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   Lubbock Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - April 6, 1941, Lubbock, Texas                                 TOTAL DAILY CIRCULATION  ^Tírst In Lubbock—First On The South Plains^^  CIRCULATION ^  22,707 Lubbock Avalanche-journal  Sunday: 19,363 Morning 13,313; Evening 9.394  Vol. 15, No. 32  46 Pages Todoy  Lubbock, Texas, Sunday, April 6, 1941  (AP) Meons "Associotcd Press'  Price  5  Cents  Latest News  Report ★ ★  Printed At 3 A. M.  )  Nazis March Against Yugoslavia And Greece To Open Warfare In Balkans  CIO Calls Stee Strike To Begin Tuesday Nigh  Settlement In Coal Dispute Is Predicted Soon  (By Tho Associated Pro*.«!  An nrcier for a work i-'nppage at plants r.f tho U. S. Slerl Cfii -poraiion went mü last nmhl tn t'K.) .stcrl workers  CIO Prcsuicnt PhiHip Murrny 5aid th'il effecti\o muimulU Tuesday Uioro woiilfl br "crssatmn of u-nrk" v.h.ch lie as;(^rtr(i war, "rnvKScd by a Inj kont "  At thai tinir'. t!io ccnipanv's rr.ntr^'-t W;'", tpr- cii > will pxpjro. On Mnjrh the u!i!f>n ajskod for « new crintrn'-i pro\!dini: for an fncrcasr nf 10 rr-nls an hour for more than 26n,f)i)() worker?, a union shop, rtu'ck-off coHpction of union du(\s. Í!beral¡/,o(i \acations with pay and jeniority rights. The rnmpany mc'uricd ¡n n rountcr-propp-ial at! nffor of a 2 1-2 ccni an h'-'ur inrrca.co. Near,nations drifted "itn u'ha! v:;is railed an "absnhüe deadlnrk" on Kr:day ni^iit.  Murray nrriered "peacetul pick-rtini:" at a;', r. S. Steel plants and ?aid there ".-hould iie no \'iolence."  Millions In Coníracís "RiU Ste«-:" holds iniihons of d<-i!!a;s HI (in'onpe contract;:;. As tlie fiirent .Trn.-.c of a >ti.'p})aE;e jn its i-iroduríuuK ani'tlicr jirolilem üfívc Hpfuute protni:-»: of .settlement— 'hat of the Ijituminous coal .strike. A!?''', maiiauetuont an(i labor laid *he ues of tin- Inn^' .sianduig Al-: ¡';-C'nnlm<'»vs st'-;ke befós e the de-'■f'n.'ie mediático iioaid.  A .sub-cnmm.'ftee of the coal op-' ¡4 u¡.i«ii¡i,«u vv. as o I fi'ired  '<•> diaft a (otstract designed to rnd the v. oik slojipa^e in the mines hiii «-nu'horn operators served fi'iUrp Tij.at there was "no po?;-of !i;f:r br^-omini; a par-!y" t'- it, prof iniably because of 'ne p' (;¡;<i<-»-fl oi rniUat M>r! nf thr-N'orth-Sf'Uth a iie rbfierenlial. i hry ; •},(•■■ i n¡<i (-"ntinuo  i r^i it , ; I'p:,! n'l-' v.  Wu'Tini S. < d'M di-  ' I'lun to B. f'liiuiun ¡y, Please  1917 APRIL  1941  ri-County Show Winners Namec  Lubbock Wins in^Hitler Orders Blitz rS 'Troops Into Action  La mesa Second In Contests; Olton And Floydada Tie  BY OPAL McMAHON Avalancho Staff Writer  A rcrMi'LATixi; ti'i p.^iu i  ^^ litoiaiv aiid .itl.liMu- <iif  I^MM.X. S\s it zcrland. .April ( Sumiay ) - - « iornin p .'ti-piios stiiasbed iptn (irnprr anri  Niijj'o^lavia sirmiltaneouslv- at dawn todáv. iu'p<»i-ts i-i^aehinj^- liorc said ib.'it of (HMirian di\i^Íops (aliout I'.'iO.noO men) niassud in l-hil^aria. half wvvv laimrhod dnuii iliu Strwma ri\or valley a^aiibsi GrcecP-and the nilicrs sot out wrstwafd across iho fromier in the dii-ertiop of the  X'ardai- \-alU\\ whicli leads to Salonika, «¡rooco.  ÜiilKaria's :i0(),(100 soldirrs woro rep'»'"'''*' ha^o joined thf^ (¡(M'nb'iiis in the lighi-nitiK Ihrust aj4aint «ireece. but Hun^'arx's iroop-, wore s;tid |o bo inactivo at Irast for t bo 1 i rn(> lu'inv..  The attack on \'uK<»lasia also was carru'd out by !b(> (¡ecnian forces ci)ncen-Lui)ljo( k won trie charnpiMti i;,p Ml J , i¡,. 1 (.ps of (d(i Austria, 11 U 11 K'a f)' a u d U u in a n ia.  I'.ii-- (icrnian f(U-ccs in Hulvaria also woro ro|M.rtod fronting alonar tho 1'urkisb moot iiehi 1-riiiax' aiiU Satuiu.iv at ' . . .. . i •!< i • . • i i *  ■l",To, hnolottii .d . I'rontior near .Adriaiioplf as all l-.nropo ;i\\aiiod lurkoy s react n.n to (tpvnmuys latr.-^l  Noat-o t rontiUidcr \ a 1. i n ,<■ - a . ; - »M! - 1 i o U a 1 inilitar\' mo\P.  vit!i f-;nHM-u . !>i !; i.e.,--; personal inesva^cs from Adol!" IhUtT. 'u-utdra-' I'topi p\or\ radio station in (ier-  Uiatr,. ordered Iiis armies of the ".^ou'li" and the ".^oiit beast" to "carry the war  1 ■ ti. H ircrtor 11; .i .ii <! \ t  (ii rier v, ot f ( )i ti >11 ,4nfl I''Viii.U:. :iu ! ....... ' ■■ i.- n > . ■.. ■ • ■ ■ ^^  I>,, !. :'(; ¡ T !>,<; li»rilam wb(n'e\or she may l)e, •  IninnMliately the lleicb's land atui air arnne^ lir^an the attacks. Tbu- the lonR-expected now front of l-jirope's war was oponed explosively and the l.iuulon reaction was thai He j'.rit i-li arruN . itax \ and air force were ready to bit the (¡erm.'iii foe \vbere\er be appe-arid. ,,,, 5 H nou.u,. •',) r-,. . i 'rbo I'.ritish inferoplia 11 v admitted ih.> rr|n.ri< winch ha\e b.'en current for weeks o reauv'vtiP-r r;,,' A 'iimti|t!iat their vrreat imperial annv CM' tlso Nile is in < ireoi-e to item tlie (lernian on^langht. •liioni. 15: verofMi iu 4.! N' I They said that the soldier« handiest to th:- new theater of war were (icnenU Sir  ' " Art hd.aid Wa\eirs hardened veteratr^ oi tin- A frican ca nt pa i^'n a i:ain-t. t he P alian?.  Informed j-bntons said tliis wa- wbv 'ho i'.ritish recently hail withdrawn irorn  [joints e;i(  SEE PICTURES ON PAGE 8  ciliHi] ^^lUti¡ If! 'I'.d il. , i I ,f (• ,uui and Mule. in.r. I'd ,  1 .Ul)bi M'k i'M V • 1 M ! U: Ui  P<M .mon:;  ji'iiior u ' ! !■>' 11 u; I. '(Cimi! i ut i, • • i ■ ,i t ion. 2, ;-cc'>nd in iumor tioy ' j-, i;:'-■ t lioot (iorlama! ,1 111, ic t.'ur'! pituor boy^,' hiitii >i l^ool (!(>( iam.i t!on, 2: siM'onti ,n Kui:-' u,.;,-!',.^ ¡n ,Uid ' tu i'fi m t rat k. ;">.  Debate Contribute«» Most C'l tot l ii)ut im !.i ri,;o t n .is ;t .c of point, o! any oi>" c. tnt lUi o;.'  .Ut!Ì)ork \','a:- ijo;, ■ (i<'b,,'f, ; r, wbirn Wcnde'l A<id:n;.;ton au'' HoIk'iI Kent of L'llihork nirli.i'il "'id C'nuton Sni'l!^  ot l)<Msvc: C'ity 111 hna!- S.Uin'ia;. moi !'iuiU.  K-o;..- t ,,,<1 , • > . •  1 ... w .u-  l.u M :r,,y ..un 1.  b.uidU' of I.,lino--.< I If ' r,( :, Mi^ Ilo;.-I. 'l . in ,i I Í ( i ; .r r H.i ! i« • V , • : i . . . If .. k  ,11 ' 1 li.I ; S .1 f ; ; ! 1 i,i >, i. ^,  I i I i :t ' .1 i ••• • ff: ! ; I- ;n . t •  * *  (Turn to PrìRp 8, Column R, Pl»«n.'.ri ♦ ^ ♦  * *  Britisli Will Hit Enemy "Where ill Appears"  Late War fuehrer Orders  Bulletins jHis Armies  Into Balkans  u p  24 YEARS AGO TODAY the I'ni'ed S'ate': .•ide'.-d Wm !d w.u- T . . . and A p. 'in'  na! ;< - n : ; i ; i ft; / a'U ( u r. f Ui h;u!d ' ; i» dc ! (-ti^f ■ . n i :o-f • ■ .i r ron'« ■ n Mf n, mot : ■ ; ;«••>  of V. /i,-! . >■ t hanyefi in , -h ^ i- ] !) ! V. Siio.\'n at..- •. e aio 'ho j'l.i-.c«-. 'nf {.ii- .dotit-. ■ , .(.'': (•• ' of ID!', ai.d ¡ !M !.  School Trustees Are Eledec  REDS. SLAVS SIGN PACT  MOSCOW. Apnl S. Send«/' .' Sfviot fUi.ssia find Yugoslavia hav- siqufil f  treatry ol Jriendship find non rtqgrefsion ajtrr s. vera] davs rf ncqoEnt ticns. T,. Sovn>; Hu5.';ian ne'.v, .-fi' ivry, .'f. nounred »».. r)y t'.-(i.i v  hs tifS! npiinpt ■'/ s;i ' .'".I'i^  the rUher Hn-i I'tut' ffi';, ......  r f> s J'- p c t ';) f-rtnd te r r; !r-r ;,s! m other.  It pr-->vidr"t tf, aqgi ..is-sion fountrie-, by h tho othf-r wou. policy r-t inr.c;  • Í a : : V r ' •  ? np  !d p'-'A-er r vf H r <• i - ! ior  I l( , H I I s o I o Ci I  I  1 -1 I Í I ; ; o i i at .S',.c  < ! (  Arniv Day Celebrated With Military Show To Impress Defense Driye Upon People  I  I  with the i'un»:  YUGO minisi:',  WAS.MIN' ; i i Su Ufi.1 ■/  J Otiten, 'i . a  'ne l! rute ■ S' ■ " -, qhl . Í ■ thp N..U, n r or'> pi 11• Í) ' ' trvifi"', v.-:o • ' t ' • h f rj • < ' ' 1.1 ort . , • ' '  .-t f  (iS V1MV.'S  nf Ou-rn "¡li  Congratulations To:  Lubbock Man Slio Woman Being Heic  I  Order U Pr.»-!  A !if  RenaniPd A? !U  Ch- irnt: Of Dr. f CjiitioM At BcilM'ie  to uno Uni • i, • 1 * V. 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