Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 15, 1941 · Page 14
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Fourteen STERLING DAILY GAZETTE. STERLING. ILLINOIS Navy Sheds Light On Greer Incident In Official Account Destroyer Warned of Submarine by British Plane, Report Relates "if t.h? mbmorine WUA beneath the (Mirfsor snrf, with fh* aid of iM ll*t- enrni? device*, fired Sn th" direction of the pound of the Amrrirain dr- 5trm-T without fakine thr tro>ib!" to Ipsrn Its Identity, then thr attack was even morr WASHINGTON — <AP> — The navy* official report on thp shoot Ing clash between th<> TJ. S. R Orocr and a German submarine disclosrd today that a report from a British patrol plane put th«- destroyer on thf trail of th*- U-boat. It also flatly contradicted the German claim that the Grt^-r started dumping depth bombs on the submarine more than two hours before the U-bont commander loosed his first torpedo. The navy stated that the torpedo was fired first, and eight minutes lat^r the first depth charge* went over the Order's side The report on the encounter in the North Atlantic was made public last night by Chairman Walsh <D-mass) of the senate naval com rn It tee. which requested the Information from Navy SecreUry Knox. It was submitted In the form of a statement by Admiral Harold R. Stark, chief of naval operations, who accompanied It with answers to a series of questions propounded by the committee with reference to the incident. The matter-of-fact recital Rave this running story of the encounter: On Sept, 4 the Oreer waa plowing along en route to Iceland with U. 8. mall, pa&senfrers and some freight. She was 175 mite* southwest of the island and '•directly In the path of communication between American ports and Iceland"—a lane Which President Roosevelt specifically ordered the Havy on July 7 to keep "free of all hostile actlvHy or threat thereof." — U-Baal It Mile* Ahead of Ship At 1:40 a. m. a British plane notified the Oreer that a submarine was submerged 10 miles ahead directly on UM course the destroyer waa following. The Oreer immediately crowded on speed and tlgsagged her way to the location reported. At 0:20, five minute* after reaching the vicinity, the destroyer's underwater sound detection equipment picked up the propeller beat of the submerged U-boat mad started to trail it, reporting the submarine's position. ' This, said Stark, "was in accord- Vermont Governor Asks Special G. 0. P. Conclave For Foreign Policy Stand MONTPKLIER. VT. — fAP>— The Republican party fnrrd n demand from the O. O. P. stronghold of Vermont today for a showdown on its attitude toward the nations foreicn polity. A-wrtin* the party lacked unitv. Republican Governor Wi.'linm H. WilLs proposed In a lettrr to U S. Rrp. CIO Calls Off Strike Snarling Tank Output Wednesday, October 15, 1941< i FUNNY BUSINESS f Continued fm m Joseph W. Martin iR-Massi. Republican national chairman, that the party hold an ' exlra-ordinary caucus" to diAcu.<w foreign policy. Wills suggested that the caucus be comprised of the national committee, Republican congressmen and governors, former President Herbert Hoover. Republican nominees for president and leading candidates for the nomination last year. ''Principles and policies need be threshed out with renunciation of personal rancor on all sides." said Wills. "This might bring about some painful situation, but we are in a painful condition." The governor quotod a New York Herald Tribune editorial advocating party leadership which would "support the President wholeheartedly In every sound measure of his foreign policy and criticize constructively and forcibly his errors at home." "There ia a divided coua-^-l which finds only individual expression, which as such lacks authority to give needed support to sound measures of foreign policy." Wills said. with her orders, that IB. to give out information but' not to attack." No further assistance, meanwhile, came from the patrol plane. However, at 10:32 the plane dropped four depth charges which missed their mark on the U-boat, and twenty minutes later withdrew from the hunt Milk Prices Up 14% In Past Three Months, Government Reports . The Oreer clung the-trail-of S',4 Hears tenaciously to hours and » minutes, always ma- atuvcrlnf to keep the U-boat ahead of it. Then at 12:40 p. m. the game of hkte-and seek became grimmer — the submarine changed course . and cloaad on the Oreer. At 12:41 an ah- bubble broke the aurfaot of the sea not far from the Oratr—« sign that a torpedo had been fired. A minute later the feathery wake of iU track was sighted, but the aim was bad and the torpedo passed 100 yards astern of the de- WASHINGTON — (AP> -- Keen competition between domestic consumers and Uncle Sam for dairy products has contributed to A 14 per cent advance in fluid milk prices for most city users during the past three months, the agriculture department reported today. Government purchases of cheese »nd evaporated and dried milk are being made for shipment to Great Britain under the lend-lease program. .The department reported today that three-fourths of the 110 city markets which regularly report have r*ise^pr|ces_either to producers or consumers, or both, during the past M days. The October retail average of 25 representative cities was 13.74 centa a quart for home delivered milk. This was an increase of .16 cent per quart over the September average, and about 1.75 cents a quart, or 14 per cent, over October average of last year. The highest price reported was 17 cents at Charles ton HS.G.-The lowest was 11 cents in a number of midwestern cities. The sharp competition for milk Is reflected, the department said, in the fact that during the first eight months of this year the production of 'evaporated milk and American Cheddar cheese—two products needed in large quantities for shipment to Britain—increased 14 and 18.4 per cent, respectively, over the corresponding output, of 1MO. t.he plant to -oprnt/ 1 u-hirh supp'v th" rity ivith the rio<s-nt<wn ypriion <*i!h ele^tri- ri!y. The CJarv works w,t.* rio^'d t<ro riay.s at. thf start of IBJ-I wrr«-fc be- rsav 39 SWOO rrartemen .'•topped work to protest against Inyofls Sinre ThurJ-'iay. H'ifrh Gormley of Indianapolis;, an AFI, oreanirer. has been .MeniriE up steel worker.-; in a ffriernl union HP prrriir'rri he would have 2 <W) npplic a lions by Saturday. The Carnrcie-Iiiin'oi.* sheet nnd tin \-i\n\f rniil. err.plovihR 11 WO. ha.> been closed tvurr and the American RririRC company, hiring 1.800. once this month by labor trouble. AFL PROTESTS TO FORD WASHINGTON — <AP> — The American Federation of Labor has asked the Ford Motor company to erase checking off CIO union dues among employes in 14 Ford feeder plants until a labor relations boart! election determines whether the feeder plant workers want to be represented by the CIO or the AFL. Herbert Thatcher. R member of the AFL's legal staff, said he made the request nearly two weeks ago after the board decided that Ford's closed shop contract with CIO's United Auto Workers union Jn Its main plant at River Rouge. Mich.. was not a bar to the holding of an election among the feeder plant em- ployes. On October 2. the board ordered an election held within 30 days, the arrangements to be handled by the board's Detroit regional office. The feeder plants are located In several small communities just outside the Detroit area, and according to labor board records, employs an aggregate of 2.527 workers. Thatcher 'Said the AFL was not challenging the Ford-CIO closed shop agreement at the main plant where CIO won exclusive bargaining for some 83,000 workers. The Ford company, in announcing the conclusion of a closed shop pact with CIO last June, said other unlLs of the vast Ford industrial empire trod* V»nd«ib«tr f»v* * history of th* Morrfwn organisation. A Hs»I- Ifficffn party irin folkw fh* n?xt Appcor in Benefit Recital at Galena 'Gosh, bul the bugler's boara- this morning!" MORRISON AMD iTCWITY NEWS Catliryn Biiiig P-Atrngrr and Helen r-!<ldif<n? of Morrison appewrerf Tuosdav :.n a DauKhtrrs of the A men can Revolution benefit ireital sponsored by th* Prir-rhla Mullens chap'rr a* 6a>ns. I.". The ho?ne o' Hrlm Soever* was oqrne-d fc*r the occasion. Mrs. Putengr-r was heard in four ero-;;« of songs. Rororr.r.amr-d hv ML-V". P-.jdfl;foot. who a_v> plavod two groups of piann soiop. The second division meeting of the D A R took p'ar* at Dixon T-jesday *;fh that chapter nf- Jio*.ts. "n-.osp from Mnrri.'^on attending «pre Mrs H W. Beswick. Mrs Carl Wildi. Mrs C. W. Barne,-; and Mrs. Marian Putenger. Hospital .News Dr. J. Van Lonhwysert Will Give Address on Invasion of Holland LaVerne Irion was divtharged from the Morrison hospital Wednesday'. Hilda Madems. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Madema. submitted to an appendix operation at the Morrison hospital Wednesday. HEAP THE CLASSIFIED ADS. Speaks on God's Laws And Laws of Society Morrison W. C. T. U. would be brought within the terms of the agreement as quickly as the CIO union demonstrated it had a majority in those units. At 12:56 the Greer counter-at- tactod with eight depth charges. CTti» Owman communique on Sept. • claimed that the depth charges "iHwraropped at 13:30 but that the U-boat Jwld its fire until 2:19). . Tbe track of the second torpedo WM sighted 500 yards away at 12:51 to tisae for the Oreer to maneuver out of IU way. THIS .time ih« uree Rome reports Hitler' s new Heinkel-113 has done 463 m. p. h., in actual combat. Phone Linemen Strike In Southern Illinois HEREIN. ILL.—(AP>—Rurther developments in the day-old strike of 100 southern Illinois telephone linemen await the outcome of two conferences today. One is planned between E. D. Brink, jr., plant superintendent of the Illinois Commercial Telephone Mrs. May Kahler was hostess U the Morrison W. C. T. U. at he home Tuesday afternoon with j good attendance pre-sent. Mrs. Min nle Bonynge presided and Hac charge of the devotions. Mtjs. William R. Alldritt. assistant secretary gave the rrport of the last meeting At the business session, it was voted to change the meeting day from the third Tuesday of each month to the second Tuesday. Plans were also discussed for attending the state W. C. T. U. convention a Streator Oct. 2* to 31. Mrs. Addle Human favored the group with several hymns on her violin, and Mrs. L. O. Coleman gave an Interesting talk on "God's Laws and the Laws of Society." basing, her thought on Proverbs 14:34. She stressed the importance of temperance in airthmgs. It was the first meeting of the new union year, when the officers who were reelected the previou! company, and Tommy Pike of Car- meeting, assumed charge for an- terville, workers' spokesman. Representatives of the striking linemen will meet earlier. Late last night, after informal negotiations at Mtrlqn. Brink withdrew—his-warning—to—the -strikers that "all would be fired" unless they returned to work today. Fike said the linemen are seeking recognition of Local 702 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers as their bargaining agent: Union headquarters is at West Frankfort. Company officials said telephone service had not been disturbed. The other year. They are: Mrs. Bonynge president; Mrs. Gertrude DeGroot vice president; Mrs. Edna Beardslee, secretary; Mrs. William Alldritt. assistant secretary, and Mrs. May Ka hler T —treasurer,—During—the—social hour, dainty refrehments were served. Visitors were Mrs. John Getty. Mrs. L. O. Coleman, Mrs firm operates exchanges in 182 Illinois, communities. Most-of the strikers were employed in Williamson, Frankljn, Saline. Jackson, Randolph, Perry, Hamilton and Jefferson counties. 11 depth charges huriting into the sea. but without observing any aigns that would indicate a hit. •rtttek Da»4raytr Offera Help During this attack a British de- atrojw was in sight five miles away •nd inquired if the U. 8. vessel wish- •tf to conduct a coordinated hunt .'.loir the p-boat The Oreer Answered "no.'" and the Britisher left the HOW-Wtrt Pricts Ksr and the rains fall Genuine RUBEROID SHINGLES Free Estimates— Easy Terms PMNE724 THE IIIITER GO. M_ the Subway The Oreer continued its search Until • p. m. and then resumed its voyate to Iceland. At no time was the submarine's periacope visible. This fact, coupled vtth the bad marksmanship, led to UM belief that the torpedoes were Jfctd Mindly by Ifctening device*. Rooatwlt avntiomd this in his ihooi-on-sight •apt. 11. B« said if the sub- bad actn its would-be prey, ttw attack was a deliberate attempt teatnk a plainly identifitd American otter hand.* he want on, Phone 110 / WIBILE — van TO El in Sterling BOSS *--pl*nty of room comfort 13c 25c 35 c AT Crmft s .For Best RESULTS WITH ANTI-FREEZE Before y«« put anU-freeme is y*«r radiator itave it efeaae4, •Mbe4»a4 cheeked f«re0U lenty. We are experienced ia that wcrfc. AIM aathariaed agency far HarriMa raAUUn. AVE. PHONE 1017 Anthony Burman cnce Sie.Hce'n. and Mrs. Clar- . History Is Given The Morrison Wa-Tan-Ye club held a-meeting Tuesday evening in the Smith bank building at which time Mabel M. Borman and Ger- Practlea to an Ooorta. Dr. J. Van Lonhuv-Ti •who rr- renfly returned from Holland, will EIVT a talk in the mam auditorium of the Morriv>n F,r><-nr/ p 'T Reformed church Thursday evrr;::ic at 8 o clock. It had previo'.L^ly brrri ^herf- "ilrd in th' 1 Chn^Tmn Rf-formrd church. The *;>< v nkrr w;,l • hon 1 pictures and !ell what he ,<.ni- riunnjr the O< f rman invasion of the Netherland.'. He ttf>.s niioned to l^nve that country b^cau.'.** hf «a.<; a citiren of t-he United Sratp.< He hru! clmrire of the sen-ires at ihe Oirftian Reformed cJiurch Sundsy njorr.inc ant spoke before the Wi'.i'r.Mde Minus terisl associntion Mondav. hers meftins Tnrsdny with Mr», MscWhi. The. club mirm- appointed Mrs. M*ck!in to the club on the ways and means cornrnlttef of the churcr Mr?. Grover Shirk presided nnd thf niembrrrs spent the afternoon at Red _Cross work and other sewing. THE Named Secretary of Presbyterian Club Mrs. Homer Watwi was electee secretary of the Ladies club of the Morrison Presbyterian church at "••CMMtfBiMwffl r Don't b* so sur*, Moftwrl •nd th» mrly rmrtumi may b* Ihrlnt Inside jrour chiW ripM n»tr. ttcrttnc trouble wlUxmt jrtmr ^rrn knowinjr it. 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