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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 18, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 6a High Point Enterprise thursday july 18, 1974 Senate action labor Victory Bald head British strengthen Security at Tower by Jim Luther associated press writer Washington apr the Senate has handed organized labor a big Victory that could ensure passage of a Bill creating a Federal consumer Protection Agency. By a 57 to 40 vote on wednesday senators barred the proposed Agency from intervening in any Union management dispute. Sponsors of the Bill argued that most labor management negotiations Are too far removed from the marketplace to have a direct Impact on consumer prices or on the availability of merchandise. But Sens. Sam j. Ervin jr., d-n.c., and James b. Allen d-aia., who Are leading the fight against the Bill said most of the Cost of a product is attributable to the Cost of labor. Thus Consumers have a big stake in such negotiations they said. Sen. Abraham a. Ribicoff dconn., floor manager of the Bill contended that a National labor relations Board order a for a toothpaste company to recognize a Union would have no direct effect on the Price of a this is a hoax on the consumer a Ervin responded. A labor wont take the kind of Medicine they sponsors of the Bill want the consumer Protection Agency to labors support of the Bill is considered essential to passage. The Al Cio had indicated there was no Way it could support the Bill if the consumer Agency had authority to intervene in labor management affairs. The version of the Bill passed overwhelmingly by the House contains a similar exemption for Union management disputes. The measure would create an Independent consumer Protection Agency with sweeping Power to intervene in any negotiations or actions by Federal courts or agencies in which consumer interests Are at stake. In addition to labor disputes the Only exceptions Are Federal communication commission proceedings dealing with radio or television station License renewal along with affairs of the Fri and intelligence gathering agencies. Arguments considered new Bernap . District judge John d. Gaskins or. Took under advisement wednesday arguments in a Law suit aimed at blocking construction of a Marina on Bald head Island near Southport. Larkins received the Case Ater completion of testimony in us. Eastern District count in new Bern. He gave no indication of when a ruling worm be issued. The conservation Council of Morth Carolina is seeking a temporary restraining order to delay construction of tile Marina by Carolina Cape fear corp. The Council wants an in Vitort rental Impact stat ment prepared for the project a id a review of the decision to which the . Army corps of engineers agreed to Grant a construction permit. The environmental group has of tired that construction of the 10-acre Marina would eventually result in severe environmental damage to the Island. Under an agreement Between Carolina Cape fear and the corps North Carolina would receive title to More than 9,000 acres of wetland maritime forests and he or a front London a British police put stronger Security measures in Force today after a bomb explosion in the Tower of London that killed one woman and injured 37 persons. The bomb blast was the fourth in England in four Days and police believed All were set by the Irish Republican army. Guards were strengthened at places of entertainment and government buildings. The Public was warned to watch for letter bombs or abandoned parcels in railway and subway stations and car Parks. Scotland Yard appealed to tourists who were taking pictures at the Tower around the time of the explosion to Contact them. They were already studying a film taken by Joan Halgran 29, from Minnesota who said she saw a Man running from the Tower within seconds of the explosion. The bomb went off at 2 . Wednesday in a Stone Dungeon in the basement of the White Tower where a crowd of tourists a Many of them foreigners were looking at Cannon and suits of Armor. Many others had just left the building to watch the changing of the guard. Police said Dorothy household 47, of South London was fatally injured. The wounded included four americans and a family of five new sealanders. Ten were in critical condition but the americans identified As Edward Klein 27, from Missouri and Christina Grillo 24, Jacky Ford 27, and Shelagh Gray 23, All of Boston were not among them. A number of the injured were children. Detectives found a child a foot in the wreckage. There was Little structural damage to the Tower but some of the historic collection of arms and Armor was badly damaged. The government said the Tower visited by 10,000 sightseers daily in the summer would be open today but the bombed area was closed indefinitely. It was the first such explosion at the 900-year-old Tower in nearly 90 years since Irish extremists set off a dynamite charge in 1885 and injured 16 persons. Jolly giant Sale continues now a the time to buy that Back to school Wear Jolly giant specials from our boy s dept. Jeans on group Reg. $29 each special 2/3 one group Reg. $349 each special 2/3� knit shirts famous name brands size 8 to 20 $298 to $349 tank tops special Reg. �?~5�?o to s8�� s3 49 Register for free Basket of fresh vegetables to be Given away daily. Drawing at 4 . Hours Mon. Thru thurs. To . To 5 30 . Fri. To . To 7 . Sat. 9 . To 3 . The country store 320 North Hamilton St. In in Back of Anvil brands offices directions turn at so Raton hot n. Main St. Ent Shroton pl., two Block to n. Hamilton turn loft 14 Block to country store in right. 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