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iYEAR XVII .

NUMBER 246

MANILA. PHILIPPINES. JANUARY I J, 1942

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NUMBER 26<f

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Y4",,(,'nlay's i~rax . : 32.2 C 0[' 90 .fl 1<' at 4: 1.0 P. M.; Min.: 22 .6 C or 72.7 .F at 5 :55 A. M.

-YEAR XVII

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MANILA. PHl.L IPPINES, FEBRUARY 22, 1942

~EAR XVII

NUMBER 286

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5 Centavo

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YEAR XVII

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NUMBER 302

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES, MO NDAY, MARCH 30, J 94~ '.

YEAR XVII

. l!MBER 32l

The Weather

Yesterday's MaIC.: 86.8 C or 98.2 F at 4 :20 P .M. ; Min.: 24..2 -C or 75.6 F at 6:'W A,M.

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iYEAR XVIII

NUMBER 12

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.YEAR XVIII

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),EAR XV1II

MAN ILA. f.HILIPPINES. WEDNESDAY. MAY 6, 1942

P ictonal

NUMBER J;

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The Weather Yei<tt'J'd a,y's Max.: 38.3 C Qr 100.9 F at 3:15 l'.M., ~(jn.: 25.t\ C or 78.4 F at 7 :05. A.M.

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MANILA. PHILIPPINES,

THE WEATHER

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:YEAR XVII I

NUMBER 4i.

MAY J7. 1942

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NUMBER 51

MANILA. PHILIPPINES, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1942

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES, WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1942

YEAR XVIII

Men Join The Weather l'est~ l'day's

Centavos

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YEAR XVIII

THE WEATHER Yesterday's M ax.: ~6.~ · C 01' 9'7.2 F at 5:10 P . M.; l\1in.: 24.2 C or 75.6 F a t 6:30 A. M.

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1942

YEAR XVIII

New. Magazine Pictorial

NUMBER 63

Emperor Receives China Envo y TOKYO, June 1

(Domei) .-

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\YEAR XVIII

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MANILA. PHILIPPINES. JUNE 7, 1942

PAGES

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t4UMBER 68


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. . ~EAR XVnI

10 Centavoa

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News Magazine Pictorial

NUMBER 15

MAN'ILA, PHILIPPINES, JUNE 14. 1942

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES.

YEAR XVIII

MONDA~,

JUNE 22. 1942

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NUMBER 83

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24./; C or 76.3 F at 6:51) A. M.

~EAR

XVIII

MANILA. PHILIPPINES, TUESDAY. JUNE 23, ) 942

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THE WEATHER

Magazine Pictorial

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News

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NUMBER 84

RE·LEAS '0 ER'S F ~· .

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,YEAR XVIII

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES. WEDNESDAY, JULY I , 1942

The Weather Ycs tf'rd,lY'S Mux.: a4.2 U o r

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES. JULY 5,

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NUMBER 96'

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The Weather Max 30.1 C or

12 PAGES

Y('~terduy's

l!6.2 F at 11:1'i5 A.M .; M in. : . : 2i.6 0 0 1' 76 :1 F at 2 :55 A.M.

XEAR XVIII

MANILA, PHILIPPINES, J ULY 12, 1942

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~ YEAR XVIII

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NUMBER 106

MANILA, P H ILIP PINES, WE.DNESDAY, JULY 15, 1941

YEAR XVIII

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NUMBER Hi

MANILA. PHILIPPINES. FR IDAY. J ULY. 24. 1942

\YEAR XVIII

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( EAR XVlII

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1942

NUMBER r 16'.1

, un;ng In on Alien Station I

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Ycsterdaw's Max.: 81..9 C or 89.4 F at 2:50 P .M.; MIn.: 23.2 C or 73.8 Fat 6 :40 AM.

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MANI~ PHILIPPINES. TUESDAY. JULY. 28, 1942

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l'osteJ'(]ay's Max. 29.8 C or 85.6 F at 2:1G P.1\'C., Min. : 23.1 C or 73.6 F at 4 :10 AM.

YEAR XVIII '

NUMBER (24

MANILA. PHILIPPINES, AUGUST 2. 1942

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iYEAR XVIII

Cen/avos 6 Pages

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MANILA. PHILIPPINES.

TUESDAY. AUGUST 4, 1942

NUMBER 126

-.Naric, PI,QDS New Distribution \

. THE WEATHER YCl'iterday's ·Max.: 27.9 C. 01' R~.2 F . at 11 :5:; P. M.; lViin.: :t4.-i 0 , 01' '71).9 It', at 3:30 A . M.

YEAR XVIII

.

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NUMBER ]31 '

MANILA, PHiLIPPINES, AUGUST 9, 1942

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.YEAR XVIII

Pages

NUM BER 136

J 942

-F Il War Prisoners Li-b erate News Magazine Pictorial

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES, AUGUST 16, 1942

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YEAR XVIII

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NUMBER

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Yes lertla.v's l\1.ax., 32.1 C. (J,e 00.9 F . a.t 2:4". P . M.: Min .~ 23.7 C. 0)' 7t.7 II'. at 6:3~ A. M.

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YEAR XVIII

6 Pa g es

NUMBER. 10fl

MANILA, PHILIPPINES. THURSDAY. AUGUST 20, 1942

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YEAR XVIII

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21 , 19-42 -

LI ED AN ING R · ·E RE U SE Nippongo

Opens THE W'EATHER

YEAH XVIH

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES, SATURDAY. AUGUST 22, 1942

NUMBER '144

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MANILA. P H ILIPPINES. AUGUST 23. 1942

CUCAS,US DRIVE A SFORWAR se An other Kataka na ·Sinbu n in , This Issue •

THE WE ATHER I Yester day's l\'[a x.: sa C. or St.t F . at 4 :45 P . M.; 1\1In.: 24.7 C. or 76.5 F . a t 4:10 A . M.

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NUMBER J46

PHILIPPINES. MONDAY.:. AUGUST 24, 1942

THE WEATHE'R

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YEAR XVIII

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MANI LA, PH ILIPPINES,

TUESDAY, AUGUST 25 ;

NUMBER 14~

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1942

YEAR XVIII

Japan WiI'l

Understa,nd Japan Better. , / Officials Told

Hold Second ' Harvest Fete .TOKYO, O c t. 4. (DOJnei) Th o e igl1UI 11 a.tional >lgl'ariun thalll{s giving wee], ' lnd t h e "Niiname Sai" (second harvest festival) (\ Jllltional )lOJiday, 'whlch, 1~lIs on No"\'. 23, will be o'bsel'ved tl.ronghout the CO\IJI. try 11'OI~ Nov. 11 to 26, necor<l· lug to an official :mIlOIUlCCl. ea ua'rI;e l's of

Co l. Katuya, Vargas Speak at Malacont1n Banquet

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Stranded U. S. Citl Establish e s " Troops De(oy Farm Credit Board /For Japanese Says Marines In Solomons Will Be Annihilated

New Entity Will Give Short-Term Loans

To Workers in City farm Pro;ectJO,OOO Hectares of Land in City .dle To consolidate efforts undertal<en t hus far tow ards i n. uring Ma nila's f ood pr oduction cam pa ign, a f a r m credi t boa r d w a3 set up r ecently a t t h e City H a ll t o lend practical aid to anyone-

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NUMBFR

MANILA, PHILIPPINES, T UESDAY,. OCTOBER 6, 1942

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En{ourage

.Cultiv.ition.Of. Jute, Ramie' . 5-Yea r Produ~e

Plan 1'0 Hard

His Ma,j esty Receives

Minister TOKYO, oct. () ( Dome i ) l.in .Po. s h e JI!~, v is itin g publJ. !'ity mlniswl' of UI C N ation a l Govet' nn l<' llt of Ohina, durin!;' a 1)I'ess inte rvi e w, eXI)res~d hi s tll1J,,.c(·iaiioll for the ","ole· h Cltl"u' d b U. 1'01'1, ('xtendc d

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Genera l. Tanaka Japan- ~ Inspects Office Of Postal Servs(e Chairman Vargas Is Resum· 0

Hears Reports

On General

M1:Ii! Matters

FDR Orclers

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.Post-Ofii(es

MA NILA, PHILIPPINES, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1942 i

Will Punish Unregisferecl

Food Han,d lers

In Luzon Communication In 'sland Restored l Says Paredes

l.'he office of the ma y or ye s , terday jssued a warning- to t h e cffec t that after Octobe r 10 all l'Pl's on,. working jll luaT~ et!'l . Imblic en,ting place.,> , food storcs, food and d 'r ink laoto· l'ies and t hOSe peddling milk, "puoo" and othe r food s tuffs

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Director General of Military Adm;n istration Gives Advice __Former Sold i e rs Urged r 0

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iYEAR XVIII

Army Unseals

City School Buildings 19 Edifices Returned To Administrative

Organization

NUM3ER 19()

Japan ' Never Considered .Filipinos as Foe~ Former Soldiers Told ' at Ceremony

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Reopen 105

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1942

His Majesty ' Decor.ates Manchoukuo High OHiciols TOJU'O, Ol; t. 7 (Oomei) .- it was announced that in r&cognnion of the valullble s ervice rendered in the promotion of fl'icndship between Japan and Manchoukuo, His Impe· riAl Majest.y, Ule I!Jml,cl'Or 01 Japan, awarded the Grand CQrdon of the I~isillg SUIl to 'I'sang -Shi·hi, pl'eshtent 01 the l\'Iallchoulmo privy COIlll1cil, H s i Ohia, lUanchoukuo minist.er of the Impe l'ia l HOllsdlOJd, Yuan Chin·kai, l\fanchoukuo lord pl'ivy sea.l , Genel'al llll Chi-. hang, 0(\lIe1'81 Chang Pa,i· peng, amI als o Jj i S hao·k e ng, Ma.nchoukuo amb~sador to

NUMBE R 191 ,

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NUMBER 192

MANILA, PHILIPPINES, FRIDAY, O CTOBER 9, 1942

YEAR XVIII

Sub-Branches' Of ~ilitary . Office Olpened

His Majesty Honors N'e w Minister TOKYO, O ct. 8 (Domei) .Jlis Imj'Nial MajestY, the E m Il e l'~, WII S I,leased to )IOllor at a IUllcheon Amhassndor Li Shao.keng, n ewly ~~j'l)oint..ed fOJ'e ign ministe·l' of Ma.J.lchou1010, and Madame Li. Th.eir Imperial High Prince

Will facilitate Supervision Over

Stalin's Plea Reo.pening of P. I. Embarrassing Public Secondary Schools Ordered ·To Allies ./

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Vatican Glael Over Church Affairs Here VATICAN (,'lTY, Od. ]0, (Dllme i ) - (Joml' l' te nt Vatican drcles today declared t)lei r complf'te satlsfllctioll with the way JSI~(n, WM looking after th ~ iJlterest 4 of the Catbolic c hul'ch es in the Philippines. The d eparture o( )5 Japanese I ""T. ,'OIU' nuns lor Manila wh.ere

Soviet Army Undergoes NewShake-Up Commissar System Is Abolished-Red Fuel Supply Cut

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Scores lake Advantage Of New SerVice: I..;.

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MANILA. PHILIPPINES. MONDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1942

i'fEAR XVlll

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NU .v1BER 191 ,

.. Form Town ·" Producers' Associations Increase in Farm Production of 2 ~Pro­ vinces Assured

Wollet '$ fops Bullet Aimed At Cop's HeQ,r f A policeman' s leath er walle t eady Monday morning s a ved his lite w)len It stopped a bulle t fh'ed at h .im by one of two g'lInm enwitll whom 1le and

another J)atl'olrnan gl'aJ)l)lcd i n ~. datk alley 011 Pllch6(:O street in Tondo. The poLiceman is J?atrol.mall

8 Reforms , Made in Dep't

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Emperor, Em'press To Attend Fete Spec ...l to the TRIBUNE-

TOKYO, ()ct, l S.-Tbe\1' Ma. jesties the Emperor and th.e Empress will 'p1'oceed to t he Ya.slllro.ni S hri:J1c, Kllda'll, Tokyo, on October 16, the sccond day of the s ix -day festival of

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YEAR XVIII'

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Expect U. S. E~acuation

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Hori Amused By Belated Admission Of Naval losses

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CCC Service Inaugurated To Melp Public Branch Offices Opened in City To Buyr Sell Goods

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Intellectuals Should Lead In New'Order

Emperor Sees Conferment Of Orders T OKYO, O<:t. 14 (Domei) In recor niii.on of their distin g uish ed servioos '0 ~he Imperial A rmy and Navy &In('e t he outbreak or the Ch ina A1· l si I', H a ti sabu l'O Htrao, tormer politiClII ad vi 6e r to the Japan.

Present War C;halle n ge to Them, Says Marq u is Tokugawa

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Murata Lists Three-Point P. I. Policy Specifies Mest izo r Religious And Chinese Problems

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YEAR XVIII

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American Landings At Dakar Foreseen By Paris Radio

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MANILA, PHILIPPI NES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23 , 1942

Hokasima Empha',s iz.es Responsibili'y of P ress

NUMBER 206

Will 'Use War Prisoners For Factory W rk Experts And Specialists to Be Emplo yed in Japan


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MANILA. PHILIPPINES. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1942

NE AR XVIII

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British Drive Japan Bombers Raid .On EI Alamein 2 India Air Bases; Premuer Toiyo : .Hu ed Back 43 Pones estroyed His MajeslY . Receiv'e s . .

TOKYO, oct. 26 (Domel)His l\Ia jer.ty, t he Emper o,r, re-

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Fierce Battle Solemn Rites Held On Egyptia1n For Navy War Dead , F~ont ·Ragi1ng In the Philippines Gen. Ale xander's Offe nsive J'lo Su r .

High Ranking Army and Navy Officer s, Executive Co mmission M e m .b ers, Japanese Civili ans Attend

Emperor ( abies felicitations To Turkey TO H:YO, Od . ;!!J (D omei)l:IiS Maje8ty t he :t;mperor caWed a m essage of felicitations f<i) President-Genel'a l bmet Inonu of Turkey on the occas ioJl of the 19th a nnive1'sary of th o fOlDlding of t h e TurkisJl

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,YEAR XVIlI

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E s:f Asia Minister Named flic.e"S'e fu Is Mode Ii THE 'WE ATHER

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MA;\iILA, PHILIPPIN.ES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1942

IYEAR XVIII

Axis Stems Africa Drive

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TheirMajesties His Majesty Officiates in Person Philippines Honor Games At Annual Meizi-Setu Riles Celebrates W·Ith Presence Emperor, Empress Witness Physical Training

TOKYO, Nov. 3 (Domei).- His Majesty the Emperor t oda y will persona lly officia te' a t r ites Meizi-Setu, birthda y of the late Emperor Meizi, at t hr ee Sa nctuaries in t he Imperial

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Big British .Tank Attack

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{EAR XVIII

eighborhood Associati'ons To Be Formed City Officials Drafting R'u lesM a y or 'Makes Appeal

His Majesty Promotes Count Kiyouro S pecia l to the TRIBUNE

TOK¥O, Nov. G.-The late Count Xelgo J{lyoura's court r ank was pos thumously ele-

vate d lrom the senior second grade to the junior first grade today in recognition of hb st~rvice rendel'ed as an elder

Nippon Sin,ks Knox Makes Veiled 21 Foe -Subs Admission of U. s.

In 3 Months Defeat in Solomons 3 u. S. Air Anglo-American Naval Losses Are

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!yEAR XVIII

NUMBER 223

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YEAR XVIII

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Allies Lose 16 Warships In Invasion North African Waters Grave

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France WillTake Africa Back.-Pla,t on VIVJ(Y, Dec. :t (Dotllei)." FI'ance wlll :reconquer AfriCA and" t hen you will see the tra-itors flee. You, however, will be ' l'cwarded." Thus spoke Admiral fPlaton, who wa,<; chargc{l by Marshal Henri Petuln wlth the coordlnatJOJl of military

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES, DECEMBER J3, 1942

\YEAR XVIII

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. Night Bofubers Spain anel Portugal Ex-Usaffe Me'D 'Long-Range t olo Bo:m bers Take Loyalty Raid Syria : Again Attack Protest Anglo-U. s. ,Port Moresby . Activities 'i n A.f riea Oath De'c. 24, ,

Regist rat ion O f Soldiers Proceeds Briskly

CANTON, D ec. 17.,-Itnli:m a u thorities a nnounced tlul.t a f o rmation of I talian lon g-ran ge bom ~rs destroyed oil tanks at TrillOJi, Syrla, a.n d 011 refill&ries at Beyrouth, Syria, in ral ds on ~e two points ,yestel·day, a.ccordin g to t h e Rom e l'a.dio.

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Nippon Airmen~ Destroy 29 Enemy Planes -

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China Pre's ident ' Will Hold Series Of Parleys in Tokyo

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Japanese Bombers Attack Calcutta In Night Raid Defense Facilities Set Ablaze-Two-Houl' Air Duel Fought Ov'e r City-Blind Bombing Destroys Monastery

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Military Objedives Suffer Heavy D(jmage-Hindus Warn ed To Leave Military Zones

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Nippon Navy Fliers 'Destroy 14 Enem Planes in Solomons

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MANILA, PHILIPPINES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30. i 942

YEA R XVIII

Their Imperial Majesties Visit ,Empress Dowager T OKY O, D ec. 29 (Donlei)Theil' Majesti68 the EmpeJ'Or and the EmprcslJ, leaving the I mperial Palace this morning, calle d on H er Imperia l Hi gh n ess the E mpress Dowager at OJniya Pa1ace to offer y ea r . , e"d greetings to Her Majes ty.

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