The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 29, 1951 · Page 11
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November 29, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 11

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U. S. Steps In To Halt Strike On Air Line PITTSBURGH. Nov. 28 #)--The Government stepped in today m an eftort to prevent a. threatened strike Thursday midnight of All- Arnencan, Airways pilots. A meeting in Washington tomorrow was arranged by the National Mediation Board , with President Robert M. Love of All-American Airways and Clarence N. Sayen of AFL Airlines Pilots Association. ., About 90 pilots antf (jo-pilots of the airline in, Pittsburgh' set the strike date to back up demands for a pay increase' and s Jiew contract. If the Mediation Board refers -the dispute to the White House under the Railway-Airline Labor Law, the law would postpone the strike until a President-appointed emergency board makes settlement recommendations. ' The union; has been negotiating with the conipany since the con- tiact expired last 1 January. Pilots and co-pilots want a substantial wage increase. At .present, copilots claim . they - average $275 a month and captains get $650. Other a:rlmes, the - union' says, tfy copilots $350 a'lmonth" 'and captains $750. jj." A strike would halt 14 daily flights from Allegheny County airport. The company serves 40 cities in Ohio. Pennsylvania, Mary,land, West Virginia, New Jersey, New York and Delaware. _ . . . Gambrill State,Park . Is Closed For Season · Gambrill State Park 1 , High Knob recreation area, will ,be f closed to visitors during the remainder of this month, December, January and February, Herman A. Toms. State Forest Supervisor for this district announced Wednesday. Roads which will become increasingly washed by bad weather in the next few months will require immediate repairs to prevent dangerous erosion. Extensive road work and servicing of facilities In the recreation area would make automobile travel hazardous. Tom* said In explaining the reason.lor closing the park. The entrance to Gambrill State Park was closed last week-end and posted that the park was closed to vehicles with men working on the foads,JSunday. some vandal crashed the gate with an automobile to enter the "closed" park. A new gate is 1 being put up. Toms added. daughter Joan, XJnlonvllle: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lindsay and daugh- "itrV Joy v ~and Jo arid son Rlckie; Viern Mills,' and Mr, and Mrs. James Singer and daughter Terry of Melrose. --Rupert Chaslain, of Philadelphia/ visited with his brother, Rev, L. P. Chastain and family. Union Bridge UjSION BRIDGE--Miss Shirley Minnick returned to Madison College, Harrisonburg, Va. after spending foUr dys at the home of her parents, Mr. arid Mfsr. Charles Min- Jr. --Mr. and ,Mrs. Marshall Singer entertained "the following persons at .« -family . dinner: hei; parents, Mr. and Mrs.; Samuel King, Uniontown; Mr.', and Mrs. Stanley Eury and GIVEN FIVE YEARS BALTIMORE, Nov. 28, Hilda B. Williams, 48, was convicted by a Federal jury late today of backing a $55,000 counterfeiting operation in a suburban home. The all-male jury found her guilty on 10.counts of the indictment, but reported it was unable to agree on three other counts, which charged her with the actual making of the bogus money. Judge W. Calvin Chesnut immediately sentenced her to five years in prison. Mrs. Williams wept and pleaded before the court, saying she was a. "victim % of circumstances." Maryland-U S Approved Pullorum Clean Hatchery. Chicks available Tuesdays and Fridays. Started . Chicks available for Immediate At- { livery. 'Also, a complete line of r poultry equipment, medicines and supplies 'MARYLAND CHICK HATCHERY, INC. 100 West South St. Phone 439 OUR NEW 1952 CHRISTMAS CLUB Is Now Open For Membership Th» Nsws. Proderiok. Md., Thursday. Nowmbtr 2§, 1951 NINETEEN 9NGNMttKtUtt«^^ THE FREDERICKTOWN SAVINGS INSTITUTION .- . 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