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Governor Poindexter said he would make a full report to President
Roosevelt of the boombing attacks on Honolulu by radiophone imme-
diately after his radio message to the people of Honolulu.
The governor said at 11:30 that there had been no evidence of
sabotage by local Japanese resident
Governor Poindexter this morning issued the following
Proclamation declaring a defense period to exist throughout
the territory: thereby putting into effect the provisions of
the M-Day act of the special session of the legislature:
:Under and by virtue of the powers vested in me by Act
24 of the special session laws of Hawaii, 1941, and partic-
ularly Section 5 thereof, and under virtue of all powers
in me vested by law, I, J. M. Poindexter, governor of the
territory of Hawaii, hereby find that a state(?) of affairs ex-
ist arising out of an attack upon the territory of Hawaii
and that all of the circumstances make it advised to pro-
tect the territory and its inhabitants as provided in and by
Said Act 24 of the special session laws of Hawaii, 1941, and
all other laws relating thereto; and by reason of the forego-
“I do declare and proclaim a defense period to exist
throughout the territory of Hawaii.
“This proclamation shall take effect upon promulgation
thereof by official announcement by me by means of radio
broadcast which I do further declare to have taken place at
10 o’clock a. m. on the date hereof, done at Honolulu, terri-
tory of Hawaii this 7th day of December 1941.
“Governor of the territory of Hawaii, Joseph B. Poin-
This hereby puts the M-Day bill into full effect.
Known Oahu Casualties
With eight persons dead upon ar-
rival at the emergency hospital and
at least 20 reported dead at Hickham
field, the death toll from air attacks
on Oahu this morning continued to
mount after noon.
Two identified bodies, mangled by
shrapnel, taken to the emergency
hospital about 11 a. m. brought the
total number dead there to eight.
Dead at the emergency hospital
Portuguese girl, 10 years old, un-
identified, puncture wound left
Caucasin male, 35, unidentified,
HAD initials on shirt.
Frank Ohashi, 29, puncture wound
in chest, 2705 Kamanaiki St.
Migita Taro, 26, Schofield.
Japanese girl, unidentified, age
about 9, fur on coat only iden-
Mrs White, 44 Dorsett Tract,
puncture wound in chest.
Toshio Tokusaki, 5, Peleula lane.
Unidentified, 30 to 40.
Patrick J. Chong, 30, 1457 Fort St.
A report to the police early this
afternoon was that two members of
the provisional police were shot and
killed by machine gun fire from low
flying planes at Wailupe this morn-
Joseph Akana, Chinese-Hawaiian,
George Stanley, 4, 1920 Colburn
Mrs. Ida Gouvela, 41, 2708 Kalihi-
Kaneshiro Uto, 145-A Fort St.
Thomas Fujimuro, 13, 610-I Rd.
Elton Capps, 19, signal service
corps, Ft. Shafter.
Ruth Sakamoto, 37, 44-C N. School
Alfred Moniz, 20, 298th infantry,
Irene Bradley, 15, Moanalua gar-
Cecelia Bradley, 38, Moanalua far-
Harriet Ide, 20, 1332 Nuuanu Ave.
Rudolph Bartels, U. S. district en-
H. Dallas, 18, headquarters 18th
wing, Wheeler field.
Eunice Wilson, 22, 1457 Fort St.
George Correa, company No. 1,
fire department was brought in in-
jured from Hickam field and rush-
ed to emergency hospital.
Albert Fong, 45, 627-E Waipa lane
Yoshio Ogura, 23, 1453 Fort St.
Sidney Carlson, 37, 2210 Kuhio
Glen Hinkle, 21, Ft. Shafter.
Hurt in Second Raid
Persons injured in the second
raid taken to the emergency hos-
Uso Konda, 50, 1630 Leilehua lane.
Mildred Irvine, 1113 Duval St.
Charles Harkins, no addressd.
John Kim, 989 Akepo Moana.
Edward Lilikoa, 1262 Ala Moana.
Ceasar Costa, 35, 1821 Colburn St.
Tony Oshiro, 20, 944 McCully St.
Alfred La Forge, 36, 607 Mokauea
Unidentified female, no age, no
address, both legs amputated.
Yoshiko Konda, no age, no address
R. Izumi, 19, Pelehula lane.
Abel Gleason, 32, Leilehua lane.
Toshio Tokusato, Pelehula lane.
K. Yoshiki, no address.
James Konda, Kukui St.
Matthews Kitchen, 38, 2813 Ka-
miki St., discharged.
Eishien Tamanaha, 24, 50 Peleula
Janice Koga, 20, Kukui St.
Teruya Kenichi, 18, 19 Peleula
Eddie Sakar, 38, 149 N. Vineyard
Warren Tong, 18, 911-B Luka St.
Hisao Uyene, 20, 15 Palua St.
Yoshiro Toshisaka, no age, 10 Pe-
Mida Escoler, 42, 970 Kawaiaho
Unidentified, 25, no address, fe-
Abraham Kulia, 5, 1920 Colburn
Ellen Kondo, 11, 1630 Leilehua.
An unidentified 10 years old Japa-
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Are Held Up
All Inter-Island sailings to and
from Honolulu were ordered can-
celled by President Stanley C. Ken-
Hawaiian Airlines planes remain
grounded until further notice fol-
lowing the straffing of John Rodgers
United States army intelligence
officers said this afternoon that two
Japanese aviators were captured
and were awaiting questioning by
One of the fliers was reportedly
captured in the vicinity of Ft. Ka-
mehameha and the other at Kahuku.