Clipped From The Indiana Gazette
f/n Every IS Jap Citizens Horn/ess From Air Raids .Continued from page^ one; those areas affected by the enemy J air raids are very limited in scope." He reported that "much headway" Is being made in digging both In- dustry and homes underground in bomb-ravaged cities as protection against further strikes, Japanese have already been warned that these would be extended to smaller cities , and towns. This prediction was ful- filled by today's three-way attack. .Akashi and Naruo were the small cities struck by the B-29s. They are both near the oast end of Japan's in- land sea. Nagoya is about 30 miles! farther east, on Honshu's oast coast land 105 miles southwest of Tokyo. At Nagoya the B-29's rained their; explosives on a former watch andi precision instrument factory now i producing aircraft engine parts—the' i Atsula plant of the Aichi Aircraft: in the city's southwest corner, At Naruo, on Amagasaki Harbor Osaka Bay, the Marianas-based raiders attacked the Kawanishl Company's main production! .plant for the manufacture of navy fighter planes called "George" by the Americans. | At Akashi, west of Kobe, the Ani-, erlcani bombed the Kawasaki craft factory. It was their second! set!strike at the plant. lalven j t Today's raiding B-29s bombed in daylight from medium altitude, It was the first raid since May 19 in! which only high explosive' bombs! were dropped. Marianas - based' rained both explosives fire! on the Japanese home island twice this week. About 450 struck Kobe Tuesday, and 450 hammered Osaka Thursday i The Japanese broadcast made no ! mention of Nagoya. and as to re-, made of the war results and damage th»t "an ; holnff< being, suffered.'