SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LABOR TALKS TO RESUME LOS ANGELES — Negotiations between seven locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union and three Southern California employers are scheduled to resume today after an 11-day cooling-off period. Talks broke off abruptly April 4, shortly after the employers issued a statement saying they would support each other if one of them was struck by the union. The union said the cooling-off period was suggested by the federal mediator monitoring the ...

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