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Page 2-Thursday, September 13, 1979-The Michigan Daily
Cellar employees discuss
By PATRICIA HAGEN current status of the contract and several revisions prof
the board at a meeting last Monday night.
The University Cellar employees' union is scheduled to discuss The union will have "a strike authorization discussi
recent contract proposals by the bookstore's board of directors may vote at tonight's meeting, said Bill Vargo, union neg
and the possibility! of another walkout, according to a union Yesterday afternoon he said, "We came up with a w
negotiator. ratification procedure for the board." The union memb
A walkout would affect the thousands of Univrsity students discuss the board's reaction to the procedure tonight.
buying books during the current fall "book rush" period. An THE IWW MEMBERSHIP ratified a version of a c
estimated 60 per cent of campus textbook buyers frequent the September 3 after months of controversy-filled negotiatio
Cellar. Union and management negotiators expect some sm
THE 70 MEMBERS of the Industrial Workers of the World ding changes to be settled easily, but both sides ackno'
(IWW) Local 660 went on strike for three days in August to protest stalemate on the question of union participation requirem
a lack of progress in the negotiations for the union's first contract. store employees.
Union negotiators and the board of the student-owned The long debate on the issue of whether union parti
bookstore in the Michigan Union met last night to discuss the will be required for store employees has become one of1

possible
ose by issues standing in the way of s
"agency" shop structure in wh
on" and join the union but would have to 1
otiator. THE BOARD HAS proposed
workable includes a "grandfather clausf
bers will store employees from any union
Vargo said the union would tr
contract remaining contract issues at la
ns. waiting," Vargo said.
all wor- Board President Nelson Jaco
wledge a has been scheduled for next Mor
nents for pected to be present, and a final
may be reached.
"They're mad it's not settl
the final Jacobson explained, but he de
thefinlboard has purposely delayed rati

strike
ettlement. The union agred to an
ich employees would not have to
pay certain union fees.
an "agency shop" provision that
e" which would exempt present
requirements.
y to make its position clear on the
ist night's talks. "We're tired of
bson said another board meeting
nday, when the entire board is ex-
, decision on contract ratification
ed yet . .. when it's so close,"
enied union allegations that the
ification.

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From AP and Reuter
WASHINGTON - The House
ted an attempt yesterday to requ
year-old men to register fo
military drsft, something they h
had to do since 1975.
The vote on renewing regist
was demanded by Rep. G. V. "S
Montgomery (D-Miss.), a suppoi
was defeated 252-163.
THE HOUSE voted to take the
registration measure out of a
billion weapons bill and instead
ted President Carter to conduct a
on the matter.
The plan would have require
president to begin Selective S
System registration January 1, 19
males who reached the age of 18
December 31,1990.
In making the proposal, the A
Services Committee said it wa
minimum step necessary to ensu
the United States could me
military manpower requirements
EARLIER THIS YEAR THES
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registration proposal
provision to see which way the House new MX intercontinental ballistic
rejec- voted, missile. Carter already has vetoed the
ire 18- Supporters of the plan said carrier once.
r the registration was backed by the Joint The draft study was proposed by Rep.
aven't Chiefs of Staff and would help meet a Patricia Schroeder (D-Colo.), who said
major deficiency in the ability to Congress needs more information on
ration mobilize efficiently. They U.S. war mobilization needs before it
onny" acknowledged that it was a difficult can decide what steps to take.
rter. It political step to take but said it was In killing the registration proposal
required for national security. the amendment also required the
e draft No young man has been required to president to study reforms in the
$42.1 register for military service since Mar- existing registration and induction law.
direc- ch 31, 1975. The last draftee was induc- REP. SCHROEDER and other op-
study ted in June 1973. ponents of registration suggested the
THE PROPOSAL, which the House armed forces' needs were fbr skilled
ed the rejected yesterday, to renew draft technicians rather than young men.
ervice registration, but not the draft itself, Others, including some conservatives,
991, for was approved in May by the House Ar- said the rights of young people had to be
8 after med Services Committee. respected.
Carter has opposed renewing draft But supporters of registration, in-
Armed registration. James McIntyre, director cluding Rep. Melvin Price (D-Ill.),
as the of Carter's Office of Management and chairman of the Armed Services Com-
re that Budget, had told House leaders, "It is mittee, accused the House of approving
et its not necessary to impose this burden on the study "as an excuse to kill it
. our nation and its youth." (registration)."
Senate "I think that'll be the end of it," Supporters of the Schroeder study in-
imilar Speaker Thomas O'Neill told reporters cluded draft registration opponents,
shortly before the vote. "The president members who said more facts are
has the power to renew draft needed, and at least one supporter of
registration. He doesn't feel there's an renewing the draft itself.
emergency and he doesn't see a need Rep. Paul McCloskey (R-Calif.), said
for it." the study would show the need for his
FIGHTS ARE likely later in the week proposal to draft all young men and
on funds in the bill for a fifth nuclear women but give them the option of
aircraft carrier and for the proposed military or civilian service.

Stechuk...
cites financial problems
Stechuk to
remain as
LSA -SG
president
(Continued from Page 1)
tions, according to Stechuk, since more
than one-third of the 17 people elected to
the council last November are, for
various reasons, no longer members.
STECHUK SAID he would have to
review the council's election rules to
determine whether the rules require
the entire council to be elected or
whether an election can be held for only
those seats which are currently vacant.
Stechuk said that he personally
favors having the elections as soon as
possible so that his successor can be
found. He also said he is not favoring a
choice for the group's presidency.
In other action, the council
* formally removed Talib udin-Abdul
Muqsit from the council'for missing
four consecutive meetings;
* appointed LSA-SG member Dan
Soloman as a temporary member of the
curriculum committee of LSA-SG;
" discussed possible distribution
methods for an information booklet en-
titled "Michigopoly," printed under the
council's direction; and
" discussed the possibility of pushing
for a "truth in testing" law in Michigan
similar to one recently enacted in New
York., Such a law, said council membr
Dan Solomon, would require testing
services to give students taking stan-
dardized tests the corrected copies of
their exams.

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Police apprehend suspected thief

By TIMOTHY YAGLE
Ann Arbor police yesterday ap-
prehended a man who allegedly ap-
proached two University students about.
painting their Packard Road apar-
tment and later broke in and stole $400
worth of merchandise.

The suspect, an apartment main-
tenance man who police said will not be
identified until he is arraigned, was-
charged with breaking and entering.
Police said other suspects are at large.
POLICE ADDED that the loot stolen
Tuesday night from the apartment of
Paul Bonokowski and Mike Mardiros

was recovered yesterday. The pair
returned to their apartment around 8
p.m. Tuesday and found nickels and
dimes scattered.on the carpet outside
their front door; police said.
Upon examining their bedroom,
police said, the two found an outside
window screen and a piece of wood used
as screen reinforcement on the bed.
A pair of Ohio State and Notre Dame
football tickets, a 12-inch color
television, a pocket calculator, two beer
mugs, and three textbooks were repor-
ted missing% from the apartment, ac-
cording to police.
Police said the suspect has done
maintenance work for the students'
apartment building, but that the lan-
dlord, didn't authorize him to be in the
building Tuesday.

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