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Strike
continues
at. local
~beater
By RICK BLANCHARD
anstead of a smooth exchange of
1opey for ticket, followed by a.
urely seat selection, those who at-
td the Ann Arbor Theater are asked.
..striking projectionists union mem-
jrs to spend their entertainment time
%d money somewhere else.
J(xployees of the theater, formerly
,Fifth Forum, had union represen-
ion for '13 years, according to
,hard Beckerman, business agent for
jhe International Alliance of Theatrical
.ge Employees and Moving Picture
9perators (IATSE) Local 395.
THAT REPRESENTATION ended
en Robert Goodrich (Goodrich
Theaters Inc.) bought the theater,"
Beckerman said. "We were knocked
oiLjof three jobs."
lIr t Goodrich said after buying the
pter and making projection system
chges, he was unwilling to hire
ple he did not know well. "I brought
people that have worked with me in
"pters for years," he said.
aeodrich said that the job of a projec-
ttist is an "antiquated position. What
th- union is trying to do is hold the
tis-quo to what it had been ten years
" he said. "We no longer need
npople waiting around in the projection
X'an waitingfor something to go wrong
pAto firemen waiting for a fire."
T1hACCORDING TO Beckerman, when
pnion members met face to face with
{ odrich a month ago, he said he was
sjllngto consider a union contract for
a manager-operator and that he would
;s~po a ,copy of his current contract to
X union.. But Beckerman said the
,# Wion has not yet received such a copy
bpd has decided to send a proposed con
Itract of their own to Goodrich.
,~I1TSE members said they would like
negotiate a contract with Goodrich
1ut -would represent the manager-
operator system used by the Ann Arbor
Theater. Beckerman said that the union
is "going a long way" by proposing
,ob a ;contract. "Our local has only
represented projectionists, not
manager operators," he said.
The new and increasingly popular
Xenon bulb projection system installed
by Goodrich is considered. to require
less attention than older systems. In
hmulti-sreen theatres like the State-;
Theater and Briarwood Movies, the
need for a full-time projectionist is
uestioned, according to Becker-
f But in a theater like the Ann Ar-
Theater,'where there is presently
J one screen,. Beckerman said he
e ould attempt to agree with Goodrich
,in I.,his use of a manager-operator.
ratis why weare willing to negotiate
th Goodrich to represent a manager-
erator system," Beckerman said.
T .he IATSE presently represents
s~ojectionists in all the University film
9I oops and all local commercial
,,ea'Qters except the Ann Arbor Theater.
n.Although the boycott has continued
ls~Ice June, Goodrich said there has
"no significant decrease in atten-
.lAnce.
M Jhe Berlin Blockade began in 1948.
v -en the Russian military, government
I o0ermany's eastern zone said it would

.,t ,road, rail and canal links between
.,Wrlin and the western zone. Western
ir forces flew in more than two million
togs of freight to the city during the
year-long blockade.

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