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July 11, 1986

Negotiations between Philadelphia officials and 2,000 striking white-collar municipal workers continued, and the city delayed a court hearing to today on forcing health-care and social-service employees back to their jobs in the 10-day strike by municipal employees over pay and subcontracting of city jobs. No talks were scheduled, however, with the union representing 12,000 striking blue-collar workers, including trash collectors whose work stoppage has left tons of garbage accumulating on streets, sidewalks, backyards and empty lots.

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