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PITTSBURGH NEWSPAPER UNIONS UNITY COUNCIL TO HOLD NEWS CONFERENCE

 PITTSBURGH NEWSPAPER UNIONS UNITY COUNCIL TO HOLD NEWS CONFERENCE
 A press conference has been called by the Pittsburgh Newspaper Unions Unity Council for 3:30 p.m. Friday, May 8, at the council's office, Five Gateway Center (United Steelworkers Building), ground floor, Pittsburgh.
 The unity council, representing 11 unions at The Pittsburgh Press and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, will brief media representatives on the impending crisis stemming from lack of progress in negotiations with The Pittsburgh Press.
 The council will also discuss the plight of newsboys and girls who have been fired in recent days by the Press.
 CONTACT: Dick Nussbaumer of Pittsburgh Newspaper Unions Unity Council, 412-281-9009.
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