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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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GOP

sees

(Continued from Page 1)
Shrugging off the incident
cher remarked, "I never gav
leaflet) any thought."
Armed with only a pile of
rent control leaflets and aid
an occasional friend. Unix
economics teaching fellow
Hall has confronted residents
area blanketed by Citizen
Good Housing's anti-rentc
literature. He prefers canv
in the afternoon because
wives are "more sympathe
HRP ideology than their w
husbands."
BELCHER BLAMES the
financial difficulties on the
C i t v Council's HRP - Dem(
majority. Urging the city toc
establish its priorities, he hs
ported increased street r
i m p r o v e d transportatior
stronger efforts to fight cri
Like the GOP, Democrat
assigns high priority to im
city services, but he diff
ranking human resource pr
-such as drug help projec
health care-near the top
list.
"The city is dragging her
shouldn't let volunteer g r
carry the burden," Brown
Belcher - defending the
proposed human resource sp
cutbacks - claims the city
afford the programs witho
enue sharing monies from
Fti ington.
"University and commur
ganizations should carry tli
den," he adds.
HALL HAS raised unique
contending that HRP's rent
< plan is the key to the
budgetary problems. He cla
proposal will force city la
to pay back taxes equal
size of the municipal defic
further calls for reduction.
AP Photo police personnel.
Terming crime prevention
second priority, Belcher insi
crime is aggravated by drug
who meets The solution, he claims,
acramento, coordinated citizen and po
Seal plans tacks on drug trafficking.1
tio;, he recommends the

win in fifth
specialized police units to counter
t, Bel- rapes, muggings, and burglaries
ve (the plaguing low-income housing areas.
Brown contends that the solution
f HRP is not to beef up police force, but
led by to educate citizens on crime pre-
versity vention.
Jessei ACCORDING to the Democrat,
s in an recreational programs - rec:ntly
ns for cut back by the city-'-served as a
control preventative m e a s u r e to lhcal
sassing crime.
house- "The program would provide jobs
etic to for kids who would otherwise
orking snatch purses at North Maple
Shopping Center," he says.
city's According to Hall, crime has its
1972-73 roots in poverty: "The city's solu-
ocratic tion is to improve the standard of
quickly living by providing adequate c'iild
as sup- care, housing, and health care."
epairs, BELCHER AND Brown condemn
n, and the two ballot proposals. Criticiz-
me. ing the rent control City Charter
Brown amendment as poorly written, Bel-
proved cher states, "It will only hurt the
ers in people it's supposed to prove ;t."
ograms He claims that the quality and
ts and quantity of housing will fail; in-
of his stead Belcher recommends that
exploited tenants prosecute indi-
re, and vidual landlords.
o u p s "The marijuana ordinance is
says. just another example of HRP's
GOP's screwy s o c i a ii s m," Belcher
pending charges.
cannot--

Clerical staffs move toward
unonzig, seek better wages

(Continued from Page 1)
cations of duties assigned to each
clerical classification. Presently,
a C-4 clerical could be doing the
same jobs as a C-6, yet still be
paid less.
The secretaries have no senior-
ity benefits. As Connell explains
it, "A woman could work in an of-'
fice for thirty years, and then
some young girl could walk in and
get the same salary right at the
start."
Another important issue with
the CCFA is job security, and the
power to bargain for their de-
mands.
"There is no way we can get

cording to Klein it is a difficult
task. "There are departments that
we don't even know exist," she
says.
The problem is formidable be-
cause communications is vital to
organizing tthe union. CCFA plans
to hold an election through the
Michigan Employment Relations
Commission (MERC). To be elig-
ible for an election, they need at
least 1500 signed authorization
cards.
IN THIS CASE, the cards will
be UAW union certification, but
this does not mean UAW will be
the final bargaining unit.

cilities, as well as stamps, en-
velopes, paper for communication,
and people to help organize the
secretaries.
"If we can only explain to these
women the benefits in unionizing,
we will win," says Klein. "There
are some who are scared of the
word 'union.' But if we can't con-
vince these women that they're
earning $1000 less than everyone
else for the same skills, then we
don't deserve a union."

.
.

seniority benefits, protection, or "After we hold this initial ele-
better wages," continues Connell, tion to authorize the formation of
"unless we organize." a union, we will hold another one,
the final one to decide on which
THE MAJOR problems confront- union we want to represent u3 to
ing the CCFA is communication. the University," explains Connell.
Over 3000 clericals are scattered "Just because someone signs a
through the central campus of- UAW card now does not mean
fices, north campus, and the medi- UAW will be our union. Eve:yone
cal center, and many of the de- will vote for the bargaining unit of
partments are isolated. their choice at the final election."
CCFA is trying to establish con- But in the meantime, the UAW
tacts in all departments, but ac- will supply money for renting fa-
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14. veal hearts
15. chicken giblets
1. cheese caseroe
17. sliced beef
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19.E barbecued ribs
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22. greek olives
23. green olives
24. dill pickles
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j 6. carrots
27. green onions
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29. red peppers
30. radishes
31. corn salad
32. sliced cucumbers
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33. sliced tomatoes
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35. greek bean salad
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38. sliced beets
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47. sliced salami
48. sliced cold turkey
49. chicken salad
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51. tuna fish salad
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53. sliced mushroom in
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54. eggrolls
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36. stuffed eggs bonnefeinme
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58. cold salmon
59. fresh tuna in soyu sauce
60. butter
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66 smoked pork chops
67. potato salad
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69. macaroni salad
70. telled fruit salad
71. tossed green salad
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75. russian dressing
76. tartar sauce
77M hot sauce
78. bacon crumbs
79. croutons
80. parmesan cheese
1. sliced onions
82. eggplant salad
83. cocktail sausage
84. hors d'oeuvres
85. stuffed grapeleave
86. greek feta cheese
87. swiss cheese
88. ceddar cheese
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90. rice pudding
91. crenme caramel
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