COCA-COLA HEAD SILENT OVER STRIKE SETTLEMENT

The president of the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Boston would reveal little yesterday about the negotiations held during a month-old strike which ended Wednesday.

The dispute over "wages working conditions, and fringe benefits" was supported by all the employees of the company, However, authorities were reluctant to indicate whether all the demands were met in full.

In Cambridge, Mike Cahaly indicated that his store was inundated with over 150 cases of empty bottles. He does not know when they will be removed, since stores will not receive new supplies until all machines are serviced.