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 - VOL. 57—NO. 341 MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS v N. C,...
VOL. 57—NO. 341 MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS v N. C, SUNDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 7, 1941 COMPLETE NE)A SERVICE 'PRICE FIVE CENTS Japan Declares » U. W ar Bulletins CANADIANS MEET OTTAWA, Dec. 7.—(AP)—- Prime Minister W. L. MacKenzic King tailed the Canadian cabinet to meet tonight to consider the Far Eastern situation. J1VIMAGINABLE SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 7.—(AP)—"It's unimaginable!" That was the way Joshio Muto, Japanese consul general here, reacted to word the Japanese were bombing Honolulu and Manila. "I had no intimation of it/' he cried. "I don't know what I shall do, yet, or whether there is anything I can do." ed By / Declaration Prece Surprise Possession In Pacific Despite White House Announcement, Reported Raid • '-•'.. fi'i; * 'On Manila Not Confirmed; Estimate 150 Tokyo Planes In Raid On Pearl Harbor (By The Associated Press) U. S. mH rant, to RUHM: 5200 J*p •utpott* threateningly out in Pacific, circl* U. S. at Guam, M«niU

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  1. The High Point Enterprise,
  2. 07 Dec 1941, Sun,
  3. Page 49

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