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Daily Times, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1911, Dover, Ohio
Chi March Winner of award of Seiyei list Ohio flit weather Lulu and Wen Tomit Norn our full a based Wike of the International news service jives la Complete National aloft world a cwt volume Nii Mirr new Ducci Lulu i m f White House announces Jap air attack on Hawaii results in casualties Thailand capitulates to give Tokyo first Victory advantage of Surprise rests with Nippon Ese naval forces Many nations hasten to Aid Germany and Italy jubilant Churchill warns of japans strength had turned tall and leaving the few troop v till in hand at the merry of Anzac machine it in menu us later came bbl report Iha japanes troops an invasion of North a British protectorate in the 1 u 1 Lack into the by British forces Groin Honolulu Ramo the first Meimary Adt of a heavy sea com conunue4 o ships struck i Edwin Stein International Newt service staff correspondent More thin americans have lieu killed in ii in another president Hoo Sevelt announce today As lie infill roil Island stronghold dug out of us wreckage wrought by three japanese air Ruitu and Conui its the battleships mid Warp Nurs of flying la red insignia of Hie Lund of the rising Odoj Over the half of the Broad Pacific like i dentil and in their the advantage of Surprise rested with the minions o die shortly after Dawn plunged tin foiled slates into Al Mil War with dead i nil attacks on Pearl Manila and America Uii lots in the first Iii Igor Victory came this morning will la Speed Rapi i Illarion of Lite or attacked at Law i Uinos Liy japanese and altered from Hie air l nip ponese Milish prime minister Winston Churchill More thai Good Promise to support the uni cd slates in the Ifica Healing America to of War an new the Netherlands Liast indies and the Little Central american Republic of Cost mini already were at War with the land of Hie rising japans Axis Germany an were obviously n official mate cuts were Forl com the from Trimier Berlin or by in both capita aware of the possibility tha he Molto might invoke a 01 the tripartite Sincli Cut Belli or Nanny and Ita Law bound to go to War wit the Cinie Fleet hearts Hunt America Pacific flee from Honolulu Ami a nil in of Vei anal Britain powerful a bomb sinon on to Samp Overca of search died for the so Mot news of attacks an had come from the Axl Wahi Wikton maintained Konni Ond ominous but their wine doubt that had been planes no comment came from Kulby capital of embattled Russia mar Lite soviet far Eastern army re Mon Goth of the manned one of the most interesting of the Visent a Nuon Churchill warned the House of common n Tali is underestimating strength Robert Broo Kpou by Liiva Ait commander at bin declared his forces ready while general Macarthur and Admiral gliomas Amer can rom minders in the far pro to be ready and anxious for malay invasion nc4lrn Japan Fht Apen red to have won another Early round with successful Landing of an expeditionary Force on the malay North of but latest advices from the Jungle Battlefield said that aval Mills which landed the party Early bares heavy losses cant explain sur prise attack 8 ins the White House today announced thai the casualty list m the Island of Hawaii in All probability will amount to about nearly half of which Are simultaneously a was announced that one old battleship had several other ships were seriously damaged and one destroyer was blown army and Navy flying Fields in the Pearl Harbor area were bombed with the resulting destruction of Sev eral hangars and a Large number of it was american bombers Rushing to the scene of hostilities arrived safely from ten Francisco during the height of he engage mint it was More rein Are on the Midway and Hong Kong have been the White announcement White House read the War in in cd by president Early said there was no of Fecla sex of How the japanese Man gtd to take tie Pacific by such the consensus of How is that probably most if not ii of the planes that attacked rom the Secretary de apparently these Klinef Ive the Atuck bout Dawn and the ctr Leri Natur by had All night o the Lores then apparently took attained High us to War flashes pert a Republic of Haiti declared War on Japan at it to i fixed fighting in the Kola Itaru Ai drome sector in Northern an official communique said Mexico Dent Manuel Avilla Camacho will talc for a declaration of War be crr the Day is a High of Lola Quarter predicted tills a Ftp congressional approval was t Buenos Colombia has derided to Eede Pacific and Caribbean babes to the tailed the newspaper Crilla reported from Bogota Buenos president Ramon Castillo indicated at a Orcas conference today that Argentina would continue her policy of absolute London Quick n War move vote declaration War on Japan of Churchill and talk by phone by Charles Smith staff correspondent min ister Winton fulfilling great Britain to tin United announced to Uio Houlf of commons Thiu a stale o War exists by worn the Bra tin Empire and the met at Churchill and a cd upon of tills off Sci has been delivered to the nip ponese govern i spoke to president Roosevelt on he Atlantic phone with i n View of anti Ilni the time of of Clair Cleill the British was p icon Tinucci on Page 8 reported damaged the of the Pacific Wai reported hit by bombs and damaged during japanese attack on Pearl Nia Phoum by re hard stuff ror respondent s and planes of and Australia wore locked in far Flung naval War today with japanese for As Dawn broke Over the Honolulu emerged from n total blackout this with army and Navy planes filling the from which suicide of Jap War Planca rained and Jess auction pc vday morning in first on am Elcan details of action were lacking in the naval which presumed to is itch across o from the Philippines to the Eastern Pacific off the California Rumor Jap sunk Rumers flew thick and Ris no immediate of reports that War Craft had sunk my sub As Well As one of the arc gift carriers from which the Honolulu tit tack was o a Pant to Palms that to Dau they Luucy my iwo american Tiv Des and two tankers ther was no bomb torn Hie Savage Jap in Ese attack served to fire the Civi Lian population with a fierce deter to Jiu uly key Posl lion As the Flea therul of Pacific Honolulu and the entire Liland of ainu were under Complete Lait not the and this As a Picc nution Aga lieu further try Iasmi Slon of news dispatches and All other messages Between the hawaiian islands and the american Mainland was Prohl Ted Between and 6 Honolulu the Starling swiftness of vicious raid was taken to mean but one that the japanese had been preparing the coup for a wee or u was pointed out thai i would have taken a week for the talking Fleet to team to the taking inn account that they had to slip through the watchful Ohio troops quit Shelby Czinu Iii with live issued every the 145th composed of National guardsmen from Cleveland and today left Camp 8heky with full War Tim pucks or an undisclosed Des it was Peixi Rord but not confirmed that the part of the 37th would be assigned o Border patrol duty or to fatty re guard War Resolution passes in 43 minutes at cd request amazing Speed of action demonstrate Solidarity of United states president Given tremendous ovation asks permission to smash japanese treachery in Pacific Victory by William Hutchinson International news service staff correspondent United states today entered the second War when concern formally declared a of our Baa existed with Tinee Early sunday when launched Buu Krieg Jfrank a Niue out p the Houte and Senate Prawd the War Resolution within 43 minutes after pm Dot Roosevelt asked a joint session of Congress to smash Chery in the Pacific and pledged the United slates to an inevitable to help a the House approved the War 3m to 1 the Senate 82 to the a mailing Speed with which centres responded to the presidents request demonstrated american Solidarity in seeking vengeance for japans unprovoked Pacific and it further reflected the determination of the american asserted by the arts Denuto overcome this premeditated invasion and to win through to absolute Victory Over the nip ponese although Ilic processes of democracy arc considered it required but 43 minutes for Ilic president to Usk thai Congress declare War on Japan and fur House and Senate to approve the War the left Lite while House for the Capitol at lie was Hack there it he began talking in the House chamber at concluded at the Senate voted at and the House at Given ovation in his address to the president told his in Llusia stoically patriotic audience that hostilities exist and there is no blinking at lie fact that our our Terri tory and our interests arc in grave with Confidence in our armed lie with the a rounding determination of our we will gain the inevitable triumphs help us and in these historic the president then called upon Coit Cwi to Vole the United states into the second world War i ask that he Congress declare that since the unprovoked and dastardly attack by Japan on sunday a state of War Pius existed Between the Stales and the japanese it was a sober that heard the president Tell of initial american loss in the the while House announced specifically that there were american casualties in Hawaii alone and that there had Heen it Sivc naval losses there and in the hut Roosevelt grave Promise of absolute Victory Over Japan won a tremendous speech Brief the presidents speech was he required Only words to stale the Case against parts of it were he spoke of throughout Roosevelt maintained a deep rooted note of ultimate vie continued on Pste f county rallies quickly to prevent Jap sabotage is stress prepared for Japan Ese attacks cant verify Para Chute landings 8 the lying squarely athwart Ftp mtg would be highways of Kkt came one huge fortress announcement of series of of mtr air thrust by japanese six hours after japans initial raid upon the hawaiian nip ponese bombers attacked tin Ewe of Davao of the Southern Bland of a Landano the summer Vapi i Baguio in the Tooi Mlls behind mfr Tilla where president Manuel has been and int City m Noru o m cording to a Brif army j Twentyfive reportedly killing several none Ell no the presidential Don where Quezon u actual Les also were reported where army staff quarters mid that Hangan m my army Airfield were which occurred about t Manila apparently weft Short army wad quark ailed to firm an additional report that Small balances Moat group of the philippine i have been to by planet or a Undine the Luckl Nii Davao were believed m operating out rumours were Purkitt of by Parachute at in lated but none of the could be traced Down to a Rellma similarly confirmation were current with Popup flow were in Tobii do leu thai Row Ninf or to it tend the Furril Nephew who w44
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