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K. i Armstrong of Springfield, Mo., de clared in a statement that “we hope to have a program of economy and efficiency ready for the next session of Congress to sink its teetl* into.” • Subcommittees of the 14-member commission now are busy on specific studies, Mr. Armstrong said. A group headed by Mrs. Harold A. Strong of Washington is study- j ing methods to secure and retain better personnel in Government. j Another group, under William C Doherty, president of the National Association of Letter Carriers, is studying improvement in the Post office Department. Other subcommittees are: .In terior Department, Byron J. Brophy, j president of Ferris Institute, Big Rapids, Mich.: to develop a wora pattern for functional studies of each Federal agency, Moreland Brown, Kansas City'' businessman: research on improving methods for selecting and training civil service supervisors. Carter W. Atkins, ex ecutive director of the Connecticut Expenditure Survey, Hartford. The commission was appointed last month by the Senate Civil Service Committee. Woman Killed, 20 Hurt In Trolley Collision By th* Associated Press PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 4—A young woman was killed and more than 20 other persons were injured today in a head-on collision of an automobile and a trackless trolley. The dead woman was listed at the hospital of the Women's Medical College as Sylvia Vandegrift, about 23, employed as a secretary at the Container Corp. of America, j Joseph Fallon, 29, operator of the trolley, said he was making the bend in Ridge avenue at Scotts lane and was getting ready to slow down to let some passengers Off when the a - collision occurred. ’" i Greek Cabinet Avoids One Crisis But May Face Another Today By th* Associated ^tess ATHENS. Sept. 4.—Premier Con stantin Tsaldaris’ Populist tRoyal ist) cabinet weathered one crisis— a threatened civil service strike— today and neared another—a call for a parliamentary vote of confi dence, scheduled for tonight. The right-wing, one-party govern ment controls only 141 of the 354 votes in Parliament—37 less than a majority—and has been reported unsatisfactory to United States dip lomats here, said to be desirous of a more broadly representative setup. Greek officials said that the gov ernment had granted pay rises of 25 to 50 per cent to some 72,000 civil servants and that the latter had called off a strike set for today. Higher Pay Demanded. The workers had demanded higher pay to meet higher living costs. The government yesterday sought to meet their threat by decreeing their "mobilization" under which they might be fired or jailed for striking. The government was reported to day to have decided to discharge 15,000 civil , servants within six months in an economy move sug gested by the American mission to aid Greece with *300,000,000 in sup plies. A civil service walkout could have stopped the mail, telegraph com munication and nearly all functions of the government, engaged in a fight with Communist-led guerrillas and threatened with collapse of its cabinet. Nfr. Tsaldaris' government was set up last Friday to replace the coali tion cabinet of Demetrios Maximos, which fell in a dispute over conduct of the war on guerrillas. V. s. Officials See King. Loy Henderson, chief of the State Department's Division of Near East Affairs, and Ambassador Lincoln MacVeagh visted King Paul yes terday. Trustworthy informants j said they stressed the need for quick settlement of the government problem. Mr. Tsaldaris has offered to ne ! gotiate with the opposition toward a broadened cabinet in which Mr. i - , ACIDS MURIATIC SULPHURIC NITRIC INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS Merriam and Company 4th Cr Channing Sts. 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