The Nation

Federal mediators ordered Pan American World Airways and its striking mechanics back to the bargaining table in New York, and both sides said they would comply by meeting Wednesday, the 14th day of the strike, a federal official said. Union and company negotiators have not met since 5,800 members of the Transport Workers Union, including baggage handlers and food service workers, walked off the job in a pay dispute Feb. 28. Pan Am, which ordinarily operates about 400 flights a day, has been flying one-third to one-half of its flights during the strike.

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