The Nation

Pan American World Airways concentrated on maintaining half of its international flights, having dropped virtually all domestic service in a strike by 19,000 employees. The striking Transport Workers Union predicted that a long strike would drive the airline out of business, but Pan Am said it was operating a reduced schedule "successfully." No new talks were set in the 3-day-old strike.

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