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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, High Point, North Carolina National labor Law urged to cover Public workers covering state county and City employees. A the big crap game is now in the nations capital a said Jerry Wurf head of the Al Cio american federation of state county and municipal employees. Would be willing to Experiment with voluntary arbitration. He said the question of How to resolve deadlocked disputes has been the biggest problem in seeking new Laws. A an interesting thing has happened. Labor has tradition by Neil Gilbride a labor writer Houston a the president of the nations biggest Union of Public workers urged leaders of his 550,000-member organization today to switch their lobbying emphasis from the states to Congress in an Effort to win a National labor Law women join police class Hershey a. A the Pennsylvania state police Academy will end 67 years As an All male institution in july when 14 women join the class of 135 cadets graduating from the school after six months unfair Law training. Employers a _ a they lugged and fired serv la the Only Way we will get Gaj by Csc int his Union has More ice revolvers threw each other Justice is when we get a nation than doubled in membership in around in self defense class and a1 Law he said. State Laws Jaq years be said took criminal Law courses like still give the upper hand to the one 0jr Bis in Jon a officials the rest of us a a male Cadet Howard Benedict was jailed in said. The Union has been lobbying an Illinois labor dispute several tors of the City. One source said of the 15 women originally in Congress for a Bill that months ago Wurf said and the promotion would also make selected one has dropped out would require states and their while he was in jail a the Organ they were chosen from More political subdivisions to recon Jed All the officers in the than 150 applicants on the basis Nize and bargain with unions. Of age height physical fitness Wurf said his Union also in and education. Lists on the right to strike but Wurf told some 1,500 Dele ally. Opposed compulsory agates to the unions convention traction a Wurf said. A i have that membership in Public pm Nevis for you the Bosses we ploy unions is growing by work for Are scared to death of leaps and Bounds despite state it a a a they have seen third Par Laws that frequently discourage to neutrals Grant some Exun ions and sometimes Send Tremley fair and reasonable their leaders to jail for striking Quot All the Laws being passed in he,531 1 american unions recall the states Are Lousy Quot Wurf resent pub c employees have w 7 fewer Legal rights than labor 1 some states have eased their go ups a Quot a11 Quot on comm Laws against unions As a result Ufra of a Nso Nahum no of Union pressure a but the Best .,.aop an vhf he Law in these United states is an other provisions do tilted in favor of not cover state county and dl7 said workers. 1 despite the absence of this in defender of Korntum is honoured Korntum Vietnam a president Nguyen Van Thieu flew into Korntum under fire today to pin a Star on the Field commander defending the provincial capital in the Central Highlands. Thieu came in a Light observation helicopter that flew in at rooftop level and put Down at the 23rd division Headquarters a few Hundred Yards from North vietnamese positions. Several rounds of artillery landed in the compound just before the president arrived and during his 25-minute stay. Thieu came to promote col. By Tony a to brigadier general. He commands the 23rd division. Which has been fighting inside Korntum since the City a defences were breached last thursday. It was understood that one reason for Thieu a visit was to encourage a to take More aggressive action to rout the enemy forces holding on in the Northern and Southeastern High Point Enterprise tuesday May 30, 1972 a official Ira Wing suspends attacks guerrillas Battle troops bomb Plant Belfast apr guerrillas District in an attempt to Cap the provisional have been fought a series of gun Battles with British troops in West Belfast and bombed a factory today a few hours after the official Wing of the Irish Republican army announced it was suspending its attacks indefinitely. Soldiers claimed they hit four Ture provisional Leader Martin responsible for most of the Meehan. More than 70 men bombing and guerrilla attacks were arrested but Meehan was in Northern Ireland and a not reported among them and spokesman said the faction most of the men were released. Four armed men planted four bombs in a big bottling Plant on the outskirts of Belfast. Two of them went off badly damaging wont Stop them until All political prisoners Are released and the British army leaves Ireland a six Northern provinces. The officials announced in gunmen in 13 firefights in the the Plant but there were no Dublin that they will Conine Ardoyne District a roman casualties. Themselves to political and a de Catholic stronghold of the a so far As we Are concerned pensive a military actions to iras provisional Wing. The the fight goes on a a provision provisional accused the offi a1 statement said. A we look dais of surrender and vowed to upon this surrender As a Gigan fight in Confidence trick aimed at at least one Soldier was be giving firmer control to the of piously wounded. The shooting if Ocial Wing of their und Isri erupted As troops went into Thel lined head off civil War Between the protestant majority and the particularly by Catholic anger at the recent murder by the officials of a Londonderry youth Home on leave from the British army in Germany. A we expect a huge swing from the official Wing into our command As a result of this ill considered move a said the provisional statement. The official cease fire was welcomed by political figures from All parties in Dublin As a major breakthrough toward roman Catholic minority. It peace after nearly three years was obvious that they were of conflict that has left at least prompted by cease fire de 364 persons dead. Mands from a growing segment r aroused Jess optimism of the Catholic population and Belfast in son fills in Clear bags authority Over other colonels working with him. Ilfe weather to evict a a a a a of 9��?��>.,��?��?���?��?� nit Lorf Laaure cd in la a Al a a a a a a More understanding urged by Gardner Wallace improving slowly Silver Spring my. A Snider quoted Wallace As say ing with the governor Snider a gov. George c. Wallace is said Wallace reiterated his in the third Oarth decision would improving slowly his doctors Tention to be at the democratic be left us to Wallace com say and has his Choice of the National convention in Miami Hospital menu. In july. He said doctors As Ulley the Alabama chief exec William Craig Leader of the militant protestant Vanguard movement which claims the support of More than 200,000 potential fighters said he did not a attach very much importance to it. He said it was designed a Only to gain favor in sure him that the Alabama besides Snider the governor Tives abdominal wound Doc Ichie 4 executive would be Able Aiso was visited by sen. De tors attending Wallace said in a to attend the convention in five Ward m. Kennedy brother of daily medical briefing monday weeks. Two assassinated politicians shows less drainage of abscess although Wallace has i daily. Dictated he is totally committed to securing the democratic presidential nomination Snider Kennedy who recalled that after a 1964 air plane crash doctors told him he probably would they said the governors con action a continued to improve in did not Riahy nlleri.i1 permanently paralysed in in slowly and gradually. Third party candidacy if Wal coura8ed a Ace never to give Charles Snider Wallace san lace is not the democrats up h0 walking again. By Melvin Lang that the Asheville citizen associated press writer my opinion is the worst news Statesville . A paper in North cd he he i. In Miami Snider said Republican gubernatorial Hope a another newspaper equally Jav in Ful Jim Gardner urged North As bad As the Asheville citizen carolinians today to work for is the Raleigh news and of More effective communication server a Gardner said and understanding among re accused the newspapers themselves. Of a distorting everything Jim let North Carolina be a Gardner says All for the Pur and the governors son George ing the governor wishes that jr., 20, would go to Appeal for americans will quickly forget votes in the California and new that he has been shot. Mexico primaries. Following a 45-minute meet showers Likely Leader As we stand on the Brink of anarchy in showing that we can work together a i Gardner told a breakfast gathering of supporters in Statesville. Gardner noted racial violence that has occurred in Concord the sniper killing of three persons and wounding of eight others yesterday at a pose of defeating Jim in Wilkesboro John Walker the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor joined Gardner in the attacks on the news Media. Walker accused the Media including wire services of providing a Over information on Early morning fog variable cloudiness and precipitation will continue in North Carolinas weather picture through wednesday. The local forecast Calls for variable cloudiness with a Chance of showers or thundershowers through the Day becoming More Likely tonight and wednesday. Chance of precipitation will be 60 per cent tonight and wednesday. Yesterday at a Raleigh events occurring in the nation lows dropping Only into the shopping Center and continuing he said the a onslaught of the Low 60s tonight. Problems Between Blacks and Media creating turmoil is. The Long Range forecast Whites in general. Causing us to believe we have Calls for a Chance of showers a in my administration we re Tost the american Over the state thursday but so info t0 of11 the door a a Gard with the precipitation being nor said. Confined to the Eastern half of a Elf each Community will Start the state on Friday. Saturday today realizing How close we is expected to be fair. Highs it \ Iuva of a governor a to thinks doing the right thing is More important than health and influence. Its not just Pat Taylor a fight. Its yours too. There s a difference a vast difference to your pocketbook compare our Diamond and watch prices against All others not Only will we save you considerable Money but you can. It our very convenient Loy away plan a email Deposit will hold. Over 40 Yore experience in Tho Diamond Bue note. Quality diamonds 25 t.2, Nash jewelry co. 127 n. Main a Smau Deposit will noid Quot remember a Mash saves you Cash a so during the period should be in Are to losing communication and Start working to Correct it. Forecast highs wednesday will be in the upper 70s to Low 80s, with station Asheville cloy Augusta cloy Charleston cloy Charlotte cloy Columbia buggy Greensboro cloy Greenville,s.c., foggy 76 64 79 60 83 67 More numerous Over state Limington Clear 79 61 tonight and wednesday. Highs three Day forecast mostly upper 70s to Low 80s. N0rth Carolina extend the Low 80s, with lows in the then we Are going to have a 60s great state he said. Gardner renewed his attack on North Carolina newspapers today As he did monday in Wil temperatures North Carolina scattered showers or thundershowers statewide today but More numerous mountains. Showers Raleigh cloy or thundershowers becoming Savannah p c by the associated press 24 hours ending at 7 . Est h l or 73 60 .37 83 64 82 67 79 65 81 67 79 63 Desboro and Asheville accusing the news Media of distorting facts. A the press is the most dangerous thing facing us in this 43 nation today because they Are 7 the shapers of opinion a he said 06 in Asheville. 05 Gardner told a newsman lows 50s mountains mostly 60s c j elsewhere. Outlook thursday through i saturday Chance of showers Over the state on thursday and South Carolina Konoid Eastern half on Friday Fairi Erable cloudiness with a Chance saturday. Cooler West Little of showers and thundershowers temperature change East. Highs today and tonight becoming will average mid to upper 70s % More Likely wednesday. Highs in the mountains and Low 60s today and wednesday Low to elsewhere. Overnight lows will mid 80s. Lows tonight Low 70s average 50s in the mountains South coast to 60s Inland. And 60s elsewhere. Owners songs 2ns mortgage $1,500to $5,000 no commission a no Points a phone write or come in now a Liberty financia1. 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