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   Hobbs Daily News-Sun (Newspaper) - December 2, 1941, Hobbs, New Mexico                                Kcpo Taking Personal FariftlTalks Asks Explanation Of Jap Military Moves In IndoChina TW crisis in nktJocj between Japan and tha State reach ed a pointof new gravity liwpfAidfc to Hainan in the here m parachute China Britains new 000ton bsttie MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS VOLUME 14 NUMBER 154 President doaed to be tions which an explanation Into IndoChiaa and hmrd i i vruwu o T powerful Naval reinforcements as any lapaneM dispatches asserted that lines of Amy trucks pass British Imperial troops were massed Rangoon all vesterday ing the Thailand frontier for and last carrying newlyar i Indian troops to 4 to be astinc Japan battle Chinese and I nrfeieh for frp Wales steamed into an volunteers went into ca xpJanation wKtary MOWN to fulltime soldiering basis IndoChiaa aodliwani British Crown Colony prepa trie throughout the In thousands of Chinese and Eurasii camp on as tho ired for British China coart to proceed immediately to A Reuters l Mn1 British news eastern along the Colonys t thl ed terittrouthout Both sides appeared to be wait P Tbue radio ing for the other lo strike first that the ABCD sought to calm fears that the lit CMfii the Dsih tst lie civjrtrv i POSJAI RECEIPTS GAIN Indies would fight if Japanese ground for British and Japanese ALBUQUERQUE Dec mTTk postalreceipts China nvaded ment had investigated foreign re ed a per cent gain in Thailand is rushing largewile ports of an impending attack and defense found no country has any designs Hongkong came word that on The November total was ny Japanese newly trans tension was elec Lights Decorate The City The downtown section of Hobbs sparkled a brilliant welcome to Old Hunt a Clans h st night as elec tric lights across the streets on Christmas trees tuined Tlu lights will burn I of the civic holiday j Decoration of the exterior of stores is lieing encouraged by the committee in charge of the civic evorirreen houghs have hccn innde nvailfthla free to a f aily New DECEMBER DIRECTLEASED Standard Service Station Is Robbed Nro clues had been reported this morning on the robbery of the Standard Service eorner Turner Dunitam Sun day night Between and in as well as the was taken from the The Gulf Service across I ine sircei tne was PRICE Sc PER COPT Dollar Day Starts Rush of Christmas Buying Here I combined with a fine I Workers stringing Christmas Iaul Koach 15 iJircdinK a inovcmrnt lo place n suitable mcitm on the grave of Frank Wtml veinber over a vear former land commissioner at master John Werner It will ho a ttranitc horae 194I total wus vith n olllltv lioach commissioner ut Las CANADIAN UKltAILKB A railway locomotive engineer was killed ami 21 pasuns ware injur ed early today when a Canadian ruiiin naiii liu railed on mile easl nf The Frank Burrows n Smith was trapped in Ihe wreckage of the Tho iniurcd included 11 soldiers ind i u stringing Lnriatnuij list Dollar Day special listed lights and placing trees and ever fs uroujriii jsnn8 rw ino I orations added to the lYuletide spirit of the One merchant said that his store ma oteii filled with people aii Ive never seen so much Christ mas buying on the first day of December We always have lots of but this year they ttic its they think that if they dont buy early there wont be anything left The toy departments of some in Sunday the largest weekuay crowd to Hobbs yesterday in the memory of many of Hubba ulu iime There was no such thing as a parking space the length of the citys four block long business dis und teliteiortiicslicci ing was in order for the duration of the Cars were parked on side streets for a iblock or more in all directions and the sidewalks were fu to after sundown from 8 there still was plenty on haad for buyers Thty iihowed empty floor space luui been pueu Citur and the piles of goods stored in iiie had grown like a Most of the drygoods bouses reported that if it wasnt the best dollar day ever held in Hobbs it fii of the Many of the stores had their clerks costumed specially for the Christmas lending color to crowded stores and mikinc it of the stores showed an easy for the shoppers to find depletion of their althoughthi GERMAN TROOPS FLEE UKRAINE ARER DEFEAT FDR Board Reports Settlement Of Railroad Resident la 6e Settlement ofthethreatened road strike strengthened the poi today of House members ad of lejfis to curb in of more drastie measares held certain par t1 ond of debate opened tion This State Trooper CTMftTrto tiiftnioo j M z iifj That remarked state trooper Dale Neely suspicious has been ed he killed piggy in an attempt ed But how did you know in sisted Neelys A hbg that dipe But one that meets violent denth keeps the g4H Boy Vite With Champ Steer Honor and energy were pitted against ex perience and skill today in con test for one of rural Settlementof the dispute over railroad warts and vacation Wat announced list nirfht chairman of an board appointed by President Sopseyelt withhold Cerma Sie peace agreement onti H could 1 P1Ies bat other sources declared x the pact jfpoW add to a year to the car riers Americas rirh tional Livestock Kepresentinff the nations 4U Club mernbers in the final dayofcompetition was 15 Retreating On Front South Of Moscow Hy The Asscclalod r Soviet dispatches declared today that the retreat of Adolf Hitters Ukraine Armies from become a with the Nazis fleeing westward aloof the an end District Attorney Warns Contractors e t wun me nczis neeing westward alo To Obtain Licenses the Azov fter a defeat puu ROSWKLL The district at torneys office warned today violators of the New Mexico crrpenters and electricians cede would be n filed here ugainst unlicensed although some viola tions have but from now on thfi law will be strictly enforced a nnd are 1 RezoVh tolHorofnrii A British broadcast quoted Soviet Vice Commissar Lozovsky as saying that the latest attempt of the Ger mans to take Moscow has cost them half a million ir On the Libyan desert the British acknowledged a damaging setback for Sir Alan Cunninghams drive to knock ine uui of Dispatches from Cairo said thet i nrmsn corridor irom Kiznrn to 7lB T w lawn5triet Attorney I joining trapped Panzer r j fortes northeast of and vU uv cither as a eorpttitcr of electrici an is required to have a license and to abide by all provisions of the 500 Visit A British spokesman said the Nazi breakthrough meant that the newlyunited German Panzer di visions now hemmed in along the coast east of Tobruk could prob ably break the British encircle Ol 1 nuuuirfiign acauGi For Night Program Kivehyniired Hobbs and Lea county the class Head For LOVINGTON Royce and Joel Burns of Lovingion sold the hijB bull at the Lea County Hereford and of ainiosi continuous ship market the listihretTyearY jegotiations between the raihmd j high whool and tie with neared the final round yesterday the President board acting a i when his lowslung T0 I was adjudged ttie best actirf in a I medium lightweight Hereford and factfinding earlier had i best Hereford of the Prev recommended wage totalliously T0 Again was named line cnampion suer uC the ul plan ass rsjscica tftr of cm1 Tho Prnwninv nf a lnm kin and fcy the and selection of a grand oham of 1 non1 barrow also were on sched Uicjuie iJie imiiortant JUUK railroad managements agreed toiinz day of the 1941 exnosition the After Hie men who j velt called for farther tpartment of is more a revew of new found facts sensitive the nand In dcicr imininif cliabilitv of woven fab House measure would give Vies statutory authority to a tisns HONORS AIRMEN j f Kansas Has Mystery Of Sales Tax Tokens utninum tokens used to collect the stages two per cent sales tax were sold to scrap Qfaiers for Officials dont know what happened to the pthcr ions vi itikuiiii iiiv oliiic ul jbiiLv the retirement on Frank in of the Air I E9i General of 3rd Arny I ment and escape to the west ir i Assocmiions Ithev wish to do yesterday to Mapea The spokesman that while the Nazi success may delay matters for a few days it had not impaired British Premier Mussolinis high com mand reported the capture of 60i liritish prisoners in tile witn Utne Gyif aolph Inut ihowi i Cam Air carpi Todays Smite Jl School Isst night for the first j f Kight evehcH New command claimed that 0 Fnn nird Of than including three She high said this morning More than ranchers Southeastern New llexko and West Texas attended the sale of 70 head of purebred In the County Fair The TO head for a total of average The average for the that lust nights program had been so successful that he expected it TV 1 would become an annusl We are all very pleased with the success of tho and to all the visitors for llird The reeuiar fifth hour after I nit h jl want their so far in the 15daych i he Nazi high command also re ported the destruction of 814 British tanks and 127 Official Nazi dispatches said Uie baitii UN the Tooruk frvtiL iuui taken a favorable turn for the Axis in the Isst few cnw was sold by Jones of Roswell from his Lea County ranch for to the Tierra Biaaea Farms at WEATHER i 2 riKiil iluwn to cases on Thursday to give thanks for ils many Wai bles i n ihn I minilful that a new indus try rieiiiiiy had niuvtMi inui iius city of prnvidbg mncJi docreod that Ihe classpe was a searchj nizc the sophomore class at a mode as sinibly defeat uj Russian Tauritz the has a hobby of collecting lit of failure of ntW aathorise eoTernnjent seii ure prodactire facilities in the procedure governing the the House also would have a choice of two pro One recommended by the House naval committee would re five legal status to tte roediation Doara but auuiuniv compulsory arbitration of itrikw if are vigorously oppiadV men for both organtted ind A third sponsored fcy intiiat frretc meawTiw s coolingoff period before RrAJftttfaV DAIICIIIfl WolmmO J TT mm From Soldiers At Virginia Ariny amp By AMY PORTER CAMP 2 CAMP 2 I They laughed ant ladghed they men sponsored by USDs whistled ind thev was first tol lys laugh 1 i A 11 lasi extra turkey day is just hard coal centers way nf steer I ing a niKimeoiineroau course i in the cnntruvprsy ivirr the two I Thanltstrivinir dalra at Ihn i snmc time puttintr in an extra It started last when tho governor proclaimed the states official us the last Thurs day in a week behind that fixed by of the now familiar confusion We shal So this year when the same difference in dales arose the City of fotls ville has much to he thankful I it is fitting that three distinct but Mayor Claud The originator of the third was rcleclcd to his last thitf held the P number 1 tneatre Ust i U ucl yenypr Inland Z Pi Cre niioH uf n liUKl ilimild Navy yard in llmcmgil tvi fibTiCStu hulls and slcei parus fur that would be assembled at the Mare Island Navy yard at San was discussed today by i Denver manufacturing group and said mm when I day or nijrht Declaring that Britains crisis urrqTi tonight n Pass K crisis of and woman in would dominate the year IOCAL Maximum tempera for uiUaiiL proposed 88 fcrW conscription be hours ending at Si today officials from Afare Denver officials of the OPM said that the tentative plans call to Denver fifty mil nifrht More they nations question niluls auaoet the They liked the rtn excitement and racket of slapstick the way liked every joko Bombardier School MOFFKTT the service boys want in the way cti Thcy ked every last MOFFKTT D of entertainment even the one about Army will open a They vrsst the nf lust master of ceremonies training school at Al niffht nut on as the nn January i premiere of premkres for whole new program of entertainment for wotnerinlaw business because the existing union status in de dough for I paid 20 cents to worth nf ntff for of til students and not mnny of hoys ure marincrease the to ISO radetfi They didnt even mind paying A 12week course will be offer hsrd ed with graduates receiving com as second neiitenanis ivvi Iai Knu would require told Meroff I secret barjotinir before from ue woura oe iion1 flimi its The Senate labor committee ijc 10 to T bin to a 30day cooling j my fnrna For Bedroom Scene 2 A Superior Court jury today awarded to a couple in siilts in which they charjred a Boston police scjjrwmt niarffl x wrongful entry into their hotel room to ouest ioninR refleAing on ihcir martial Police Sergeant Smith lin Boston prich were rvrdired I oav half of the The West Coast Air Corjis trainI Warren ing center announced the school of that the for shipping Ijnn Tor The construction program would extend two off period in labor The would MUblWi a three cowmisrion and arUtn bor rho commandant of the heavy bamb likfi ardment irroun SanrH Alhurnirr but assigned to other re Rejrulatlon 100 poond bombs will I Victims Of Crash Reported Impoved Attendant at General HospiUl said this morning that conditions nf four women injured in an auto mobilrv accident on the HobbsLov hiivhway Runrtny were The injured were JJerry Kscola nf Said by to he severely hurt lowered to raised to In the RussoGerman Sov iet dispatches reported that besides the Roman defdat st Red Army troops had ulso put the Ger mans to flight through deep snow drifU around 120 EXTKNDHD KOKKCOS fortne S thrnarh Hew West Texas Tempera tures will remain above normal throughout the A light pre cipitation is indicated for northern Ariiona Wednesday or Thursday IM AiuuiLu AAU nriaonji evne5O2y Of rnUTSEtZT ies southeast of and some scattered precipitation is Taxassror lllat the GuMnail souUicrft Aiui Viiay commanded by Friday or Sator were heading back to Mar 05 of to make t new stand around that which they captured on The German high command said flitter fighting was continuing but gave no On the central a bulletin from Hitlers field headquarters asserted that German troops press ing against Moscow had penetrat F florin Elsewhere tmsre wiu or nn AP News Delivered Now With 2 Now the telegraph b iigniinc wire ieUa iTiiit in Every aftenoon about randown ROOUI KTmavwn farwas not Presi news tircait j wnile a Soviet apokesman ererf with a statement uie i v mi iionii vni in nKVCICI J I1UI L in iviiss juaniui Aili WirHant S Hstch whil n M Just as Fnnxafire is one of eleven lire ihowi starting on tour win tween now and 10 a big be used in practice on the bomb and then fron tne ordered them Department of Commerce Is that footwear production in hwwn nvw iv vi uv uicu in pmciice on the footwear prooucuon in Chrictnas prevent for the men in range 10 northwest of Cajfrtt this year will establish an Army and Navy i akfcie new high f rooSe ifcMrUn ands of awl arni Miss Evvjyn RuUi of both with less The car in which these four were dvx crashed into rear of a car drwn by Fat of during a heavy Oceoaatc of the Patton ear wen aot rmshst wound which Sheriff Law rence llnrray said was adf Jnfliet caused UM deatk of Baiaar4 aMtJMr i   

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