AT SEA: Raiders Loose

From two widely separated spots in the Atlantic—425 miles west of Eire and 500 miles northeast of Puerto Rico—two British freighters last week each reported sighting "a suspicious vessel." The Port Hobart, in the south, later reported she was being shelled, then fell silent. The Trehata, in the north, was not heard from again. The British Navy, busy searching for the killer who sank the gallant Jervis Bay on Nov. 5, could only conclude that not one but two German raiders were on the loose.


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