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Ship Sunk Near Brazil

By United Press

RIO DE JANEIRO--A moonlight sea battle in which an unidentified ship reportedly was sunk and another steamed away under cover of a smoke screen was described today by travellers who said the engagement occurred Friday night in full view of the Brazilian coast.

The battle was said to have occurred within the same general area where U. S. planes and warships were criss-crossing the South Atlantic in a shoot-to-kill search for a raider which last week sank the American-owned 'Panamanian tanker "I. C. White."

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