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Tokyo News No. 4,623-A

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Four New Policies Decided for Re-Shaping of Government's Economic Plans; Liberals Would Introduce Non-Confidence Motions Against Nishio and Matsuoka; Fist-Fights Take Place in Lower House Over Quorum Issue Last Night; Democratic Members of Mining & Industrial Committee Oppose Coal Mines Bill 6-3; Bill Planed to Prohibit Former Zaibatsu Man from Becoming Company Officers; Second Supplementary Budget of ¥10 Billion Planned by Cabinet; Labor Standards Law Fails to Interest Both Labor and Capital, Their Indifference Traced to Fire Major Causes; Pork on the Free Market, As Result of New Ration System; Used Schoolbook Scandal, Managing-Director Matsuoka Nabbed; Hanni Ito in the Limelight Again, Heads the "Revolutionary Committee"; Summary of News in Japanese Press (items not included in translations)
Date: 
1947CE Nov 21st

Tokyo News No. 4,561-A

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Exchange Rate May Be Set By Winter With Yen 130 to 140 for One Dollar; Big Increase of Supplementary Budget Seen Inevitable; Comment on Current Topics; Foreign Minister Ashida Leaving for Kansai Area; Communications Minister Miki Also Leaving; Hoshino Continues His Fasting at Sukiyabashi, for Repatriation; Yonekubo Lectures on Economics to Emperor at Nasu Villa; 'Popular Bars', Opening Shortly, Alleged Not Popular, Prices High; Coal Mine Control Bill Now Ready for Diet, Control for 3 Years; Professors Tsuchiya & Kamigawa to be Purged, Notices Served; Summary of News in Japanese Press
Date: 
1947CE Sep 6th

Tokyo News No. 4,557-A

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines includes: Serious Cleavage Between Nishio and Hirano Becomes Important Cabinet Issue, Speaker Matsuoka Mediates; 'Blackmarket Train' Stormed by Police at Tokyo Station, 600 Caught; Food [unclear word] of Essential Goods for July Shows Little Improvement; Few Transactions Noted in Tokyo for Export Trade; Priority Production of Coal & Steel for Third Quarterly Period Planned; Effects of Soaring Prices as Seen in Pawn Shops and Goods Barter Shops; Summary of News in Japanese Press
Date: 
1947CE Sep 2nd

Tokyo News No. 4,608-A

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include Hirano Affair May Come to End Today, Speaker Matsuoka Trying Amicable Solution; Comment on Current Topics; Radio Workers Decide to Stop Sabotage, Negotiations Continue; Red Cross Hospital in Saitama Destroyed by Fire Yesterday; Blackmarketeers boycotted by Prospective Brides as revealed by Checkup of Matrimonial Agencies; 1,200,000 Marriages in 1947 of which 2,500 20, 25,000 in Tokyo; Full Rations for November & December Equal Distribution of Rice Throughout the Year; Benefit Concert in Aid of War Orphans, Accommodated in "Zama Farm"; Summary of News in Japanese Press (items not included in translations)
Date: 
1947CE Nov 3rd

Tokyo News No. 4,646-A

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News excerpts from the Economic News issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines include: Socialist Party Decides to Abandon 4-Party Policy Agreement of Last Spring; Speaker Matsuoka to Make Interim Report on Study of Hoarded Goods; Power Situation Will Not Worsen, Comm. & Industry Minister Declares; State Minister Takeda Suggested for Head of New Constitution Board; High Procurator's Office to Make Thorough Search for Hoarded Goods, Estimated at ¥1.2 Billion; Stock Exchange May be Re-opened Next March or April, Kurusu Says; Man With Dozen Previous Convictions Elected on Public Safety Committee; Rally for Maintenance of Minimum Standard of Living Adopts Resolution, Protesting to the Government; Communication Workers Union Opens New Negotiation with Government Through Chairman Tsuchihashi; No More cut in Train Service; Public Officials Doing Side Jobs to Cover 'Red Ink' Household Budgets; Summary of News in Japanese Press
Date: 
1947CE Dec 19th

Tokyo News No. 4,649-A

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News excerpts from the Tokyo News (focused on Economic Issues) issued by Tokyo News Service, Ltd. Headlines includes: Suzuki Criticizes Cabinet, Says it is Democrat's Ministry, Wants Policies Enforced; Zenno Head Issues Statement, to Support New Party; Community Chest Drive Closes December 25, Saga Prefecture Shows the Best Record; A Boy Raises 10,000 Yen Single-handed, Moved by Father Flanagan; Ban on Electric Heaters Lifted by Intervention of Commerce Ministry; Allocation of Donations for Community Chest (Letter to the Editor); Summary of News in Japanese Press
Date: 
1947CE Dec 23rd

Press Release 1330

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Topics include: SCAP Control of All Entry, Exit and Flights Over Japan Announced; Small Craft to be Turned Over to Japanese Civilians; Expert Named Police Administrator in Public Safety Division; New BCOF Commander Entertained at Luncheon; Civilian Couple Wed, Honeymoon in Kyoto; Korean Industry in Midst of Reconversion; New Chief Counselor for Korea Foreign Affairs; Seoul Area Urged to Conserve Water; Department of Communications to Retrain Employers; General Hodge Issues Statement of Dependents to Korea; Families Warned to Await Official Call to Embarkation Port; Two Ships Scheduled to Sail Later in Week; Encephalitis Shots to be Given All Troops in Japan; International Treaties, Documents to be Introduced at First Day of War Crimes Trials; Defense Requests Tribunal to Disqualify Philippine Judge for Personal Prejudice; 9 More Suspected War Criminals Admitted to Sugamo
Date: 
1946CE Jun 11th

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