Attack on Pearl Harbor

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n Evening Times i Watch for The Evening Times 6:00 A. M. Extra Monday IRA VOL. L NO. 212- 212- SAYRE, PA., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1941 EX ;. ... aim 'Expect FDR 'To Seek War Declaration lo) MioHg MM) M lfH ! U(n) Jui to a fitful and flickering conclusion. conclusion. Tokyo's two ambassadors here, Kichisaburo Nomura and Saburo Kurusu, were seeking an appointment. appointment. They arrived twenty minutes minutes late for it and Secretary of State Hull kept them waiting for fifteen more .before receiving them. ' ' ". " ' Gone was ' the blithe, breezy aplomb, which had characterized their numerous previous visits to the department. There was a tight-lipped, tight-lipped, tight-lipped, almost embarrassed smile for newsmen, and an absolute absolute refusal to answer questions Kurusu paced the diplomatic reception nnnrin nnn-nn nnn-nn nnn-nn maiwp m A! LEAST IRE OF IlfIS nil Some from Area on Warships U. S. FLEET STEAMS FROM PEARL HARBOR; GUNFIRE IS HEARD Sayre, serving his second enlistment; enlistment; Stanley Seek, son of Frank Seek of 127 North River street, Sayre, second enlistment Thomas Lynch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomps B. Lynch of 414 Desmond street, Sayre, also second enlistment; enlistment; Bernard Hughes, son of BULLETIN NEW YORK, Dec. 7 (UP) A Japanese aircraft carrier was sunk Qff Honolulu today, according to a broadcast by the Panama radio heard by NBC. 350 Men Die In Bomb Hit On Barracks Set Afire in Other Ships

Clipped from The Evening Times07 Dec 1941, SunPage 1

The Evening Times (Sayre, Pennsylvania)07 Dec 1941, SunPage 1
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