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Chicago Milk Strike
Ends With Pay Boost; Deliveries Resumed By th« Associated Press CHICAGO, May 14.—Chicago’s three-day milk strike ended today after night-long bargaining ses sions headed by Mayor Martin H. Kennelly. Dairy operators and union lead ers said deliveries would be re sumed immediately. Talks began at noon yesterday. Nearly 15 hours later the drivers agreed to a 2-year contract which would give them a $2-a-week raise, retroactive to May 1, another $3 October 1, and a final $3 May 1, 1952. Drivers also would get 6 days’ pay for 5 days’ wrork, and deliveries would be on a 7-day basis. The agreement will be voted on today by union members, and a union spokesman forecast that it would be ratified. Drivers now get $77 a week plus commissions. AFL dairy workers reached agreement with the Associated Milk Dealers after nearly 19 hours ■ of bargaining. Their agreement provides a 10 per cent weekly wage | increase, retroactive to May 1, land a $3 weekly raise May 1, 1952. Prefabricated Bridge May Be Temporary Wheeler Road Span The District Highway Depart ment is looking into the possibility of a prefabricated bridge across Oxon Run, to -carry traffic until the new Wheeler road bridge is completed next October, Residents of the area * along Wheeler road SJE. on both sides of Oxon Run have petitioned the department for a substitute for the old bridge, destroyed to per mit widening of the road. Traf fic must now detour over At lantic street. Special Span Too Costly. Department officials say a spe cial temporary span would be too expensive to construct. However, they are investigating the possi bility of obtaining a Bailey bridge, such as is used by the military. Meanwhile, District officials prepared to take their plans for the East Capitol street bridge be fore the Pine Arts Commission next Monday . The plans, tentatively approved by Commissioners, were cleared last week with the National Capi tal Park and Planning Commis sion. Federal planners approved them subject to working out some details. Must Submit Plans. The new crossing of the Ana costia River, which may cost up to $12 million, cannot be ap j proved finally by the Commis jsioners until they have submitted ■ the plans to the two commissions. The Highway Department hopes to start work by January 1. Highway officials also will ! present to the Fine Arts Com mission plans for the New York avenue overpass of the Penn sylvania Railroad and of South Dakota avenue for a connection with the Baltimore-Washington I parkway. The Highway Department has asked $1.1 million in the 1952 Dis trict budget for the New York avenue construction. Hearings to Begin Soon On Hospital Grant Bill Chairman McMillan of the House District Committee yester day announced that the health subcommittee would soon begin hearings on his bill to obtain a $2 million grant for the National Hospital Foundation. Mr. McMillan made the an nouncement yesterday over Sta tion WINX during a round table discussion of the foundation’s program of adequate medical care for Negroes. Appearing with him were Sena tor George. Democrat, of Georgia; Dr. C. Herbert Marshal, jr.,- past president of the National Medi cal Association, and the /Rev. Amos H. Carnegie, fouhder and director of the foundation. Canoe Upsets in River, 3 Youths Swim to Safety Three Georgetown University ttudents on an early morning Potomac canoeing expedition yes terday brought it to a close with an unexpected swim. Gary McMahon. 18, Canton, Ohio, Robert Limegroves, 19, Pittsburgh, Pa., and James Kin ney, 18, Jamaica, N. Y., told police the canoe turned over just below Key Bridge when one of the boys stood up. All three swam to the shore. Taken to Emergency Hospital, the boys were treated for shock j and expsoure and released. i—--— Willkie’s Son Selected As Ethics Probe Counsel By th« Associated Press Philip Willkie has been chosen to act as counsel for a Senate subcommittee to study ethics in Federal Government. Senator Douglas, Democrat, of Illinois, who heads the subcom mittee, made the announcement in a television interview on the National Broadcasting Co.’s “Meet the Press’’ program. Mr. Willkie is the son of the late Wendell Willkie. I— = 300 Attend Breakfast Of Holy Name Society More than 300 members of the Holy Name Society of the Shrine of the Blessed Sacrament attended i communion breakfast in the: Shoreham Hotel yesterday. Eugene | J. Butler, assistant director of i the National Catholic Welfare Conference, outlined the history of the conference to the gathering. Other speakers included the Rev. i E. Carl Lyon, spiritual moderator < of the society at the church, and J. 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