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THWSBAY, MA1CH 1ST! MttLABtlfMU DAILY ItWl 24 TT" fix RaHStrikeOff For 37 Days Continued from page' 2 proposal could still be taken up later. William W. Winisinger said the strike delay law was "a catastrophe." He and other union leaders went to work immediately to notify the union locals of the development, but warned that there might be wildcat strikes or walkouts by locals that did not get the word in time. SEVERAL HUNDRED dies-el shop workers walked off the job at Penn Central's yards in New Haven, Conn, yesterday and pickets, appeared briefly today at the Penn Central Station in Philadelphia. Pickets also showed up for a time today along the Union Pacific route in Omaha, Neb.
The legislation, passed 83-0 by the Senate and 343 to 15 by the House, forbids a strike before 12:01 A. April 11. Some lawmakers appeared reluctant to take up Mr. Nixon's proposal to force a settlement until they had time to study it more carefully. The four unions Sheet Metal Workers, Machinists, Electricians and Boilermakers-Blacksmiths have been trying to reach a contract settlement covering 1969 and 1970 for more than a year.
The Sheet Metal Workers rejected the contract, despite acceptance by the other three unions in December, because of disagreement over work rules changes. fir I Sh PROUD WIVES SHARE HEROES' HONORS Mrs. Suzanne Hinchliffe (left) and Mrs. Andrea Harmon are on hand as husbands, Fairmount Park Policemen Joseph Hinchliffe and Lawrence Harmon, receive official bravery commendations at ceremony in park's "Great Hall." Officers were cited for heroism in capturing four armed suspects in holdup of Girard Trust Bank branch at 5801 Ridge ave. Feb.
17. City Solicitor Bauer Quits, Cutting Tate Cabinet to Half s42tobuy $1258tosew Need another good reason why now's the time to buy your Singer sewing machine? Anderson has held a deputy solicitor job since 1952, and in 1968 was among those considered for a vacancy on Common Pleas Court. 11 1 2 Baby-Sitters Lead 3 Tots to Safety in Fire Three young children and two teenage baby-sitters escaped injury when a 2 alarm fire destroyed the upper floors of a midcity residence and forced evacuation of 15 persons from 6 nearby homes. The fire started shortly before 8:30 last night in the home of Mrs. Helen Carlson, 31, who occupies the second and third floors of an apartment at 256 S.
Van Pelt st. A private parking garage is on the first leveL MRS. CARLSON said she was visiting in midcity and left her son. Jay, 4, and two other children spending the evening at her borne in the care of baby-sitters. They were Abigail Kunatb, 1, and her sister, Victoria, 5, of 2014 Waverly st.
The sitters, Ann Arnold and Carol Mclntyre, both 19, and both students in residence at the Franklin School of Arts and Sciences at 21st and Latimer said they were watching TV on the third Boor while the children were asleep. They told Mrs. Carlson they heard a loud noise coming from the second-floor living room and became frightened. When they investigated flames and heavy smoke were pouring from behind a sofa. BOTH GIRLS awakened the children and led them downstairs past the flames to the street.
Firemen said the blaze spread rapidly through the upper floors, but they had the fire under control within two hours. Two adjoining buildings suffered smoke and water damage, they said. Cause of the blaze is under investigation. 400 Families Homeless BUENOS AIRES (UPI). A fire destroyed 300 huts in the slum village of Saldias on the north coast near the city airport.
Continued From Page 3 announced his retirement, effective May 2. Bauer, 41, win return as a full partner to his old law firm of Ballard, Spahr, Andrews and IngersoH. He had been an associate member of the firm before taking the solicitor's Job in 1963, becoming the youngest man ever to hold it. Before taking the position, Bauer, a native of Jeanette, Westmoreland County, served briefly as executive assistant to Mayor Tate. It is reported Bauer's position will be filled by First Deputy City Solicitor Levy Anderson.
The 60-year-old Anderson is a veteran of the department and has been considered Bauer's right-band man. BAUER WAS ONE of the members of the Tate administration subjected to criticism by the mayor at his now-famous Feb. 5 news conference. The inayor rebuked Bauer for "getting away" from his people by moving his office to tie 16th floor of the Municipal Services Building, while the solicitor's office staff remained on the 15th floor. Tate also was more than a little disturbed over the campaign Bauer conducted in an effort to get the Commonwealth Court seat that Tate wants for former District Attorney James Crumlish.
Bauer claims Tate had originally promised the seat to him. THE SOLICITOR was reported irritated by Tate's criticism and for reneging on his court appointment backing. Since the February blowup, Tate and Bauer have more or less arrived at a personal truce. The. parting is considered to be amicable on both sides.
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