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Air Line Pilots Association
International

April 6,1949:

Council # 28:

To All Members in New York and Syracuse:

Regarding the recent rumors on the Bermuda operation, please be advised Headquarters has assured us to sit tight and not to worry as the situation is under control.

I'm WARNING each and every one of you to stop all talking and discussion and display of anger, especially in the operations office where you are only hurting yourselves. 

IF complications really set in you have only yourselves to blame.

Sincerely yours,

(signed)

H. E. Clark, Chairman,
Council # 28.
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