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Scanners' News - Issue #07

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In each issue of The Scanner's News, i will set aside space for ideas,
viewpoints, comments, ect...  If you have something to say, let me know 
and i will include it in the next issue.

The following is from the Utah IWW.

            International Workers' Day:  The REAL labor day

May 1st, International Workers' Day, commemorates the historic struggle of 
working people throughout the world, and is recognized in every country 
except the United States, Canada, and South Africa.  This despite the fact
that the holiday began in the 1880s in the United States, with the fight
for an eight-hour work day.

In 1884, the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions passed a 
resolution stating that eight hours would constitute a legal day's work
from and after May 1, 1886.  The resolution called for a general strike 
to achieve the goal, since legislative methods had already failed.  With
workers being forcecd to work ten, twelve, and fourteen hours a day, rank-
and-file support for the eight-hour movement grew rapidly, despite the
indifference and hostility of many union leaders.  By April 1886, 250,000
workers were involved in the May Day movement.

The heart of the movement was in Chicago, Organized primarily by the
anarchist International Working Peoples's Association.  Businesses and the 
state were terrified by the increasingly revolutionary character of the
movement and prepared accordingly.  The police and militia were increased
in size and received new and powerful weapons financed by local business 
leaders.  Chicago's Commercial Club purchased a $2000 machine gun for the
Illinois National Guard to be used against strikers.  Neverthelss, by May 1st,
the movement had already won gains for many Chicago clothing cutters, 
shoemakers, and packing-house workers.  But on May 3, 1886, police fired into
a crowd of strikers at the McCormick Reaper Works Factory, killing four
and wounding many.  Anarchists called for a mass meeting the next day in
Haymarket Square to protest the brutality.

The meeting proceeded without incident, and by the time the last speaker was 
on the platform, the rainy gathering was already breaking up, with only a
few hundred people remaining.  It was then that 180 cops marched into the
square and ordered the meeting to disperse.  As the speakers climbed down 
from the platform, a bomb was thrown at the police, killing one and injuring
seventy.  Police responed by firing into the crowd, killing one worker and
injuring many others.

Although it was never determined who threw the bomb, the incident was used
as an excuse to attack the entire Left and labor movement.  Police ransacked 
the homes and offices of suspected radicals, and hundreds were arresed 
without charge.  Anarchists in particular were harassed, and eight of 
Chicago's most active were charged with conspiracy to murder in connection 
with the Haymarked bombing.  A kangaroo court found all eight guilty, despite
a lack of evidence connecting any of them to the bomb-thrower (only one was
even present at the meeting, and he was on the speakers' platform), and
they were sentenced to die.  Albert Parsons, August Spies, Adolf Fischer, and
George Engel were hanged on November 11, 1887.  Louis Lingg committed 
suicide in prison.  The remaining three were finally pardoned in 1893.

By covering up the history of May Day, the state, business, mainstream unions
and the media have covered up an entire legacy of dissent in this country.
They are terrified of what a similary militant and organized movement could
accomplish today, and they suppress the seeds of such sorganization whenever
and wherever they can.  As workers, we must recognize and commermorate May
Day not only for it's historical significance, but also as a time to 
organize around issues of vital importance to working-class people today.

Workers of the world, awaken!
Rise in all your slendid might
Take the wealth that you are making,
It belongs to you by right.
No one will for bread be crying
We'll have freedom, love and health.
When the grand red flag is flying
In the Workers' Commonwealth.

                 -Joe Hill

i hope you found the above interesting.  It is defiantly something to think

Well, with that, lets get on with the scans.


=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= All Numbers Are In The 800 NPA =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

980-0002: Disconnects
200-0002: PBX
571-0002: VMB

409-0832: Pager
625-0832: Pager
316-0832: Disconnects
293-0832: VMB
391-0832: VMB
577-0832: Oscillating tones
673-0832: VMB
925-0832: PBX?
429-0832: PBX
933-0832: Iowa Communications

307-0923: Pager
449-0923: Disconnects
285-0923: Disconnects
324-0923: Pager
351-0923: Disconnects
429-0923: PBX
577-0923: Oscillating tones
909-0923: Pager
492-0923: PBX
862-0923: Oscillating tones
316-0923: Disconnects


946-2000: Dial tone
688-2000: Gives new number for AmEx Employe location.
677-2000: Disconnects
658-2000: PBX
365-2000: Dial tone
315-2000: Aspen Voice Mail
333-2000: MCI

594-2109 : Value Line Long Distance
564-2109 : Oscilating tones
931-2109 : Pager
613-2109 : PBX?
949-2109 :
359-2109 : Pager
255-2109 : PBX
326-2109 : Carrier
254-2109 : Pager
205-2109 : 'enter telephone number message'
369-2109 : Disconnects
878-2109 : Hit # then enter Allnet access code


722-2385 : Pager
627-2385 : Value Line Long Distance
206-2385 : VMB/Pager
372-2385 : Disconnects
217-2385 : Disconnects
265-2385 : Oscillating Tones
264-2385 : Disconnects
546-2385 : Oscillating Tones
767-2385 : Carrier
955-2385 : Talk and Toss (?)
501-2385 : Asks for number you dialed
292-2385 : As above
460-2385 : Pager
739-2385 : Pager

283-6820: Tone
241-6820: Oscillating Tones
996-6820: Oscillating Tones
705-6820: Pager
722-6820: MCI Customer Center
396-6820: Meeting Place (?)
484-6820: Enter 4 digit code
923-6820: Pager
275-6820: Carrier
224-6820: Pager


488-7612: Fax Mail Box
356-7612: Disconnects
753-7612: PBX
993-7612: Message Center
930-7612: VMB
843-7612: Message Center
457-7612: Spanish speaking VMB
658-7612: Disconnects
893-7612: Tone


266-9000: Tone
738-9000: Dial Tone
995-9000: Tone
355-9000: Tone
755-9000: (?) Reads back number
488-9000: Tone
492-9000: Credit Card Checker
270-9000: Tone
489-9000: Dial Tone
264-9000: Dial Tone
946-9000: Dial Tone
220-9000: Tone
741-9000: Tone


429-9023: Tone
425-9023: Pager
933-9023: Disconnects
329-9023: Pager
240-9023: Tone
251-9023: VMB
833-9023: Oscillating Tones
994-9023: VMB
254-9023: VMB
238-9023: Carrier
895-9023: Fax


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