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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, May 08, 1942, Image 31

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D. A. R. Seeks to Ban
Schools Taught Only
In Foreign Language
State Legislatures Urged
To Act in Resolution
Passed at Congress
B> 'hf Associited Press.
CHICAGO, May 8 —Opposition to
schools conducted entirely in a for
eign language was expressed yester
day in a resolution adopted at the
51st Continental Congress of the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion.
The resolution charged these
schools had fostered divided loyalty
and had failed to teach American
ideals. It asked State Legislatures
to prohibit such institutions.
Judge Camille Kelley, who has
tried 40,000 cases involving children
during 21 years on the Memphis
juvenile bench, told the congress
that “adults must retain their bal
ance during the war and in its
aftermath children will not have to
feel its impact on their formative
years.
‘‘We must take time out to fight
for our religion and decency.” she
continued, ‘‘but we must hold it and
advance it when we are finished
fighting. Children are not conscious
of the war’s anti-civilization influ
ence. They must not be allowed by
careless or calloused adults to grow
into victims of war.”
Judge Louis Schneider of the
Common Pleas bench, Cincinnati,
said that after the war ends *'we
must be prepared to reassume and
repossess ourselves of all the privi
leges and prerogatives of a free peo
ple and accept its corresponding re
sponsibilities.
“Keep the desire for democracy
alive among our boys and girls.
Help them understand in a practical
way what is meant by the terms
‘freedom’ and ‘liberty’ and demo
cratic government.”
The sale of $20,610 in war bonds
and stamps at the D. A. R. Congress
brought the three-day sales’ total to
$251,120.
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Buy defense STAMPS and STAMP Out the Axis!
Q-Boats Off U. S. Using Trickery
To Fight Subs, Nazi Says
B> the Associated Press. ,
LONDON, May 8.—A German
submarine commander broadcast
ing over the Berlin radio said last
night that the Allies had launched
a Q-boat campaign against Axis
U-boats.
Q-boats were developed during
the last war to counteract the sub
marine menace. They were trawl
ers and other small craft carrying
heavy arms but so concealed that
the submarines were caught un
awares. The commander in Berlin
told of having similar experiences
in this war.
His crew, the commander said,
sighted a small steamer in the At
lantic off the American coast. So
innocent appearing was the cargo
boat, he added, that he did not
think it worth while to launch a
torpedo. He brought his craft to
the surface, planning to sink the
boat by gunfire.
"When we approached the enemy
to give him his death blow we were
greeted with a hail of gunfire,” the
German officer said. “'Heavy guns
and machine guns which had been
hidden by artificial sides and other
objects of the cargo boat suddenly
came into action. Depth charges
were hurled at us.
"So clever had been the maneu
vering of the cargo boat that it
caught us unawares, and as it was.
our command bridge was hit by
shrapnel.
“I was furious when I realized
that this trap might have cast us
another U-boat. For only by a mir
acle were we able to crash-dive
and escape from the heavy fire
without losing our boat.”
6 Netherlander? Doomed
LONDON, May 8 (/Pi.—'The Neth
erlands news agency Aneta reported
today that six Netherlanders had
been sentenced to death by a Ger
man court in Amsterdam on charges
of breaking into a food-control
office.
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Edwin C. Fowler Rites
Will Be Held Today
Edwin Clarkson Fowler, 79, vet
eran retired Government employe,
who died Wednesday at his home,
1540 Seventeenth street N.W., was
to be buried today in Rock Creek
Cemetery. Funeral services, con
ducted by Dr. Frederick Brown
Harris of the Foundry Methodist
Church, were to be held at the
home at 2 p.m.
For many years a member of the
board at the Foundry Church, Mr.
Fowler was a steward-emeritus at
the time of his death. He was with
the Bureau of Engraving and Print
ing for 51 years, at one time as
foreman of the plate printing sec
tion and later in the currency sec
tion. He entered the bureau when it
was located in the Treasury Build
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Mr. Fowler is survived by two
daughters, Miss Elsie L. Fowler and
Mrs. Warren McLaine. both of
Washington, two grandchildren and
two great grandchildren.
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