21 LatinAmericans From 11 Nations
Study English Here This Summer
On 3 Saboteurs
FBI Warns That Trio Of
Trained Nazi Saboteurs
May Be In America
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON, July 25-The pos-
sibility that three Nazis trained in
the science of sabotage may be at
large in the United States led the
Federal Bureau of Investigation to
broadcast a general request today for
officers and the public to be on the
lookout for them.
The FBI began distribution of hun-
dreds of thousands of "Wanted" cir-
culars bearing the pictures and des-
criptions of the men, two of whom
lived in this country for years.
J. Edgar Hoover, FBI director, did
not say the men were in this country.
He merely announced that all three
had "received extensive training in
the methods of committing sabotage
and have received orders from the
German High Command to come to
the United States to destroy vital
It was learned reliably that the
FBI believes the men are not here.
But since it cannot be absolutely
certain, the warning was broadcast
and the job started of blanketing of
the nation with their pictures and
The latest information showed
them still to be in Europe, it was
learned. One of them was at the
German submarine base at Lorient,
France, the FBI said, at the time the
eight alleged Nazi saboteurs now on
trial for their lives before a military
commission left aboard two submar-
ines which landed them on Long
Island and Florida coasts.
Home, But Refuse
Vote On Adjourning
WASHINGTON, July 25.-(AP)--
So many legislators have gone home
that Senate majority leader Bark-
ley of Kentucky is not quite certain
J whether or not Congress is in session.
He summed up the situation in
these words to his colleagues:
"Many members of Congress
wish to adjourn, but they do not
wish to vote to adjourn. Many of
them adjourn without voting to
"It is an individual matter.
"If they wish to adjourn they
simply adjourn, but if they should
be back to vote on whether or not
to adjourn, although they had al-
ready adjourned, they would vote
not to adjourn."
West Quad To Conutine Music Hours
Featuring a program of symphonic program in the West Quadrangle's
recordings, the Straus Library Music main lounge from 6:45 to 7:30 p.m.
Hour, under the direction of C. D. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Gall, Grad., will continue its summer and Thursday of this week.
FINE LINEN TABLECLOTHES are becoming a real rarety
these days. We can still offer a fine selection of White Irish
Linen Damasks from a yard square up to dinner clothes three
yards long. Hem stitched and plain stitched.
Also Rayon Damasks in White, Ivory, and all
pastel shades in same sizes as the Irish linens.
GAGE LINEN SHOP
10 NICKELS ARCADE
"Always Reasonably Priced"
Read and Use The Michigan Daily Classifieds
of a Lifetime
The Cream of Sumer
and Spring Cots, Suits,
Dresses at Drastic
Fitted and Boxy Styles
Black - Navy Twill - Blues
Tangy - -and Tweeds
Sizes 9-17, 10-44, 161/2 to 241/2
$125 - -16 - $25"
Former values $22.95 to $45.00
One group of plaids and tweeds
at $10.00 Sizes 10-18
"Shortie" Coats of Corduroy, $7.00,
of Gabardine, $8.95
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RENTALS AND REPAIRS
0. D. MORRILL...314 S. State St.
Two Groups of SUMMER SUITS
Black - Navy - Green - Brown - Red and Pastels
in Linen - Shantung and Gabardine
$10.00 to $12.95
Sizes 9-20 Values to $22.95
Six Spring Suits in Pastels and Plaids at $10.00
Values to $22.95
Beautiful Dresses of all kinds .
Pastels - Navy - Black -- Prints - Sheers
Meshes - Jerseys. Many Suits and Redingotes.
Also Formal and Dinner Dresses at
$7.00. $10.00 $12.95
Former prices $10.95 to $25.00
Sizes 9-17, 10-44, 161/2-261/2
Bemberg &Jersey Dresses
at $5.00 $7.00
Sizes 9-17, 10-44, 1612-261/
Cotton Dresses, Jerkin-top Slack-sets of iitcher Linen.
Slack Tops Wool Skirts Culottes Play Suits
Pinafores Play Suits
Denim Slack Suits
Blouses Skirts Slack To ps
Odds and Ends at Price
in Costume Jewelry, Collar and Cuff Sets, Gloves
were $1.00 to $2.00 values
For the convenienceof Defense
Workers we open on, Monday at