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Syonan Shimbun, 25 August 1944

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Syonan Shimbun Flying-Bombs Rain OnSouthcrn England Domei LISBON. Au)f. 21.—Approximately 7.250 l!yins-!i( ni'is have been launched by Ormany en Southern Fn^-'anc from the middle of June, when the attacks started, to ihr end of •the third week of August, thf British Air Ministry revealed today, according to a London

British C.-in-C. Blamed For Burma Stalemate [ARTICLE]

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British C.-in-C. Blamed For Burma Stalemate uomci STOCKHOLM, Aug. 23.-In a critical editorial entitled "Blunders in Burma", the Chicago Tribuno charges Lord Mountbatten with responsibility for the inaptitude of the Burma campaign and its inability to get going. Assailing the tight British censorship, the newspaper says that American newspap9rmen returning

TO COMBAT CRITICISM [ARTICLE]

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TO COMBAT CRITICISM IIPFON. Aim. 23—With U)« object of combating outspoken criMeifms of the Labour Government rnd labour movement. New Zealand Ifihruritrs have decided to br^in nublicntion of a I r.Lcur daily for entire New Zea'rnd. accoHiuq to a Washington d?sratch today

PUBLIC HEALTH [ARTICLE]

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PUBLIC HEALTH ZSditoiiaO, IT 13 of the utmost importance, for (ho maintenance of public hraltb, (li.it the oilicial notice calling foi measure-> to b-» taken to prrlect anti-mosquito installations in Syonan should be mail? widely known. We are in the threes of a campaign to ei-'.v more food, and in

Nippon's Three-Point Post-War Program Given [ARTICLE]

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Nippon's ThreePoint Post-War Program Given Dome! TOKYO, Aug. 23—The Committee for the Study of Postwar Programs today made public a draft program which it adopted at its meeting on Aug. 18, advocating three fundamentals of good neighbou. '-•.ess, right of self defence, and economic selfsufficiency for the establishment of a

Chinese Navy Holds Manoeuvres [ARTICLE]

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Chinese Navy Holds Manoeuvres Domel NANKING, Aug. 24.-The Chinese Navy has made great strides toward improvement and faces a bright future as indicated by the recentlyconcluded manoeuvres held between Woosung and Tinghai. according to Jen Yu.m-tao. Navy Minister of the National Government of China, following his return here from his

TINIAN, OMITASHIMA BATTLE [ARTICLE]

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TINIAN, OMITASHIMA BATTLE Oomei A NIPPON BASE in the Central Pacific. Aug. 23.—Fiphting seems to continue to rage in both Tinian and Omiyashima (Guam* Islands as huge fires and flares illuminate the skies over these two islands. Numerous flare bombs were ssen bursting over both Tinian and Omiyashima Islands during

Roosevelt's Pacific Tour Cost Criticized [ARTICLE]

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Roosevelt's Pacific Tour Cost Criticized Domei. LISBON, Aug. 23.—Representative IV vi W. Sl.afer, Republican from Michigan, suid that he plans to seek congressional investigation of President Roosevelt's recent Pacific tour if the House Naval Affairs Committee fails to conduct such an inquiry. Estimat ng the cost of the rresidenti:.! trip

Two Foe Planes Downed In Vain Raid On Padang [ARTICLE]

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Two Foe Planes Downed In Vain Raid On Padang Uomel BUKIT TINGGI, Aug. 24.Two enemy aircraft were brought down by Nippon forces today when more than a score of enemy carrier-based planes twice attacked the Padang area, on the west coast of Sumatra, according to an announcement issued by the

UNREST IN PALESTINE [ARTICLE]

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UNREST IN PALESTINE Domei ZURICH, Aug. 23—Unrest in Palestine today was reported In a dirpatrh from Jerusalem wrtl-.li said a number of small bombs explocisd in Tel Aviv last night covering attacks on two police stations on the Jaffa-Tel Aviv boundary. Two constables were said to have been hurt seriously,

FRUITLESS RAID [ARTICLE]

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FRUITLESS RAID TOKYO, Aug. 24.—Our garrison unit en Chichi, hlma, C«aiaw rara (Benin) Group, shot down one enemy heavy bomber this mornine when two B-24's attempted a raid on our positions there, according to dlvpatches received here. The enemy's attempted raid is reported to have proved a total failure.

SKY OVER LONDON FILLED WITH FLYING BOMBS [ARTICLE]

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SKY OVER LONDON FILLED WITH FLYING BOMBS i Dotnel LISBON, Aug. 23.—A London dispatch said the Germans fired an unprecedented number of flying bombs last night. The bombs came in such masses that the sky seemed to be filled with them. British and Canadian divisions are following hard on the

Fight With Perseverance.. Courage Till Victory, Premier Urges Nation [ARTICLE]

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Fight With Perseverance.. Courage Till Victory, Premier Urges Nation Domei TOKYO, Aug. 24.—-Premier Kuniaki Koiso, addressing the governors' conference yesterday, called upon the entire Nippon nation to fight until final victory with perseverance and courage, and thereby live up to the glorious tradition of their race in emerging triumphant in

U.S. Bomber Crashes, 35 Children Killed [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Bomber Crashes, 35 Children Killed Domrt lIFEON. Aup. 23.— Thlrtjnve British children are known to hove been killed today when an American bomber plunged Into the infants' wing of a school at Preckleton, eight miles from Preston, and rebounded Into the nearby premises, including several houses, according to a

Chungking-Soviet Border Clash Reported [ARTICLE]

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Chungking-Soviet Border Clash Reported Dnmei PEKIXG, \ag. Arrordin;,' V> a report recently received here, there was anotV.-r s' rlous clash between ChunjjV' lg and Soviet forres in the n >'*h-\r^s'rrn border ?rra in May. The chsh between ♦he ChunKking 42nd Anßf Soviet forres was M mtk a «c<!e lhat Soviet

Djawanese Ships Visit Nippon: Epochal Marine Event PROOF OF NEW DJA WA 'S RISE [ARTICLE]

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Djawanese Ships Visit Nippon: Epochal Marine Event PROOF OF NEW DJA WA 'S RISE OSAKA, Aug. 24. (Domei(--Shortly after noon on Aug 21. wooden ships cast anchor outside Osaka harbour. These ships were constructed exclusively by Djawanese under trw guidance of Nippon experts and their crews axe made up of

Minsei-Bu Cho Inspects Forward Service Corps [ARTICLE]

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Minsei-Bu Cho Inspects Forward Service Corps H> Syonan shimbun Staff Eeperter MEMBERS oi the B.S.A. Special forward Sen-Ice Corp« numbering 400 strong and representing men of many Afiath races have made rich food progress in their training: that they ere no* cmMdered fully caoaMe of peTforminx Imoortant duties in tn

All Religionists To Co-operate For Dai Toa Victory [ARTICLE]

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All Religionists To Co-operate For Dai Toa Victory By Syonan Shimbnn Staff R«i>t»ict FOLLOWING ne t ot.ati»iu be Uveen the ohiel of tht Ednc*ti«M» Department. Syonan Toaubetu-ai. »ad the leaden and representative* of varioM irlifioiu fallowed la Malai, it has bean decided to convene a conference of all religious denomination*

Nippon Ambassador Tributes New Thai Premier [ARTICLE]

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Nippon Ambassador Tributes New Thai Premier TOKYO. August 24. tDarnell After paying due respect to the accomplishments by Field-Marshal Phibun Songlthram. former Premier, M. Kumaichi Yamamoto. new Ambassador to Thailand, declared last night that he has full confidence that new Premier Major Khuang Aphalwong is best qualified to carry on

Semi-Final Results In Amateur Boxing Tourney [ARTICLE]

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Semi-Final Results In Amateur Boxing Tourney By Syoaan Shimbun Staff Reporter YESTERDAY'S semi-finals in the S3. A. amateur boxing champion•hlpa at the Jalan Besar Stadium resulted m follows: Junior flyweight: Jackie Campbell (k.o.ed Lee Kok Ming, second round; Heng Geok Ghee beai Lac Keng Jean. Flyweight: Ronnie O(yn beat Tan

Tomorrow's Boxing [ARTICLE]

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Tomorrow's Boxing By Syenan Shimbon SUIT lUportei ALTHOtTOH not the principal j event of the evening, plenty o" in-1 terest is being taken in the return contest between Jimmy Bird and W. Smith a>. the New World to- j morrow. Smith, it will b-. recalled., caused a sensation when he

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT TAN SIANG YIW and family of ».he late Madam LJin Sens Neo aged 76) who died on 19-8-04 at 44. Grange Road. Syonan. wish to thank* all relatives and friends who sent wreaths, paid visit*, lent c&ri and attended hpr funeral on 23rd August., j«O4 WANTED A CLERK with

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STUDENTS TO MAIM TETITDO KYO SM SYO. NEW BATCH to join the Railway raining School invited as under.---i ommrn. emrnt of Training: M)th September, 2604. Qualifications: (i) Any nationality', strong and healthy, age 14 to 35. (11) Educational qualification not essential. Training: From 2 to 6 month* at the Tetudo

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SYONAN TOKUBETU SI NOTICE NO. 113 Re: Protection of Anii .\|os-|in'<» Installations 3ide by side with the opening up of agricultural farms all over the island, a great deal of damage has been done to anti-mesquito installations with the result that a number of cases have been found of Malaria

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Tnttav'i Synnan Radi* 6 p m. nuh nets in Malti, Temu and Oantonese: 6.16 p.m. Syonan'i local hour followed by the next day'« program unmary; 6.30 p.m. new» in Nippon-Oo for beginner*: 5.401 p.m. Malai Children"! Hour; 7 p.m new* in Malai: 7.30 p.m. instrumental interlude; 7.50 p.m. piano recital