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City to decriminalize
WELCOMES YOU TO ANN ARBOR'S
FIRST UNION COPY SHOP
The employees of Accu-Copy belong to G.A.I.U. local 289 and
won their first union contract for job security on December 11,
1977. The union workers of Accu-Copy unanimously ratified their
contract which contained the main objectives of the strike, job
security and a union shop clause and are anxious to provide their
expert services to you.
Show the world you are in support of the betterment of
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disturbance" was left conspicuously
Councilman Earl Greene (D-2nd
Ward) was voted down when he
moved to eliminate any reference at
all to intoxication from the criminal
"I'm really concerned with people
not being arrested simply because
they're intoxicated," Greene said.
"We've come a long way to deal with
intoxication in such a manner."
Councilman Louis Belcher (R-5th
Ward) expressed concern that under
the new ordinance police would have no
legal means of intervening if they see a
drunk unconscious on a public street
'even in freezing weather.''
ACTING CITY ATTORNEY Bruce
Laidlaw informed Council that any
amendment to deal with such an in-
stance was prohibited under the new
Council also passed the first draft of a
human rights ordinance that bore little
resemblance to the one proposed at the
beginning of last night's debate.
Most complaints criticized the or-
dinance as either too all-inclusive o too
Councilman Roger Bertoia (R-3rd
Ward), who referred to the ordinance
as "a laundry list," complained that
"when it got beyond race, color,
religion, sex and national origin it was
reduced to an unworkable document."
THE HEAVILY-AMENDED ordi-
nance that finally passed omitted two
clauses outlawing discrimination on the
basis of personal appearance and party
An ordinance passed at first reading
goes into a working session and is
amended and brought before the public
before it comes up for second reading.
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friend of the court and a child psy-
chologist recommended that the girl
stay with her mother because of their
BURGOYNE SAYS she is fairly op-
timistic about the appeal. Miller,
however, admits she is apprehensive
because she had thought she had' a
strong case when she appeared for
the original trial.
Miller's ex-husband refused to
comment on the case.
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Department of Psychology
Experimental learning in over 40 different Com-
munity settings-mental institutions, hospitals,
community services, schools, geriatrics, day care
Attempting to shield himself from yesterday's vicious weather, student Pat
Gardner makes his way across a frosty campus.
Winter wind, cy cold
(UPI)- Thousands of school chil-
dren throughout Michigan got an un-
expected break from classes yester
day after snow, high winds and bitter
cold temperatures moved into the
state and created havoc on roads and
In many areas, visibility was poor
on ice-slicked roads due to blowing
snow and numerous accidents were
Authorities said drifting snow
made M-28 impassable in some sec-
tions and a portion of the highway be-
tween Marquette and Munising was
closed for several hours.
MARQUETTE WAS hit with three
inches of new snow in six hours,
bringing the ground total to 26 inches.
Detroit and other areas in southeast-
ern Lower Michigan received about
two inches of new snow.
Bone-chilling cold was widespread.
In Alpena; the wind chill reading
early today was 37 below zero while
in Lansing the index plummeted'to
By 8 a.m., the warmest tempera-
ture. in Michigan was 15 while the
coldest spot was Sault Ste. Marie at
nine below zero.
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UNDER LABOR LAW TO ORGANIZE WITH YOUR FELLOW
EMPLOYEES AND SECURE UNION REPRESENTATION; or for
any other information you may need:
CALL: G.A.I.U. local 289, Ph. 345-5965 (area 313)
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one block west
of the Uof M
Outreach Mass Meeting
Wed., Jan. 11,7:30 pm
Information and Procedures?
Come to Corner House (introductory Psychology Building)
554 Thompson St. (Corner of Thompson and Madison)
or Call 764-9279, 764-9176
HELP OTHERS TO HELP THEMSELVES
U averts possible
federal fund cutoff
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cern is that we don't monitor our affir-
mative action program from the cen-
tral office," Fleming said. "We leave it
to the departments and colleges. We
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give them a set of instructions and then
rely on them to carry them out. But
they (OCR) say that we have noway of
knowing that the plan is being adhered
to if it isn't monitored from the central
office. So," he concluded, "I suppose
we'll have to give more attention to it
BERNARD ROGERS, who headed
the team that visited the University,
agreed with Fleming that the major
problem was a procedural one.
"We're not saying that the University
has not operated in good faith;" he said.
"We're only saying that we found some
Rogers also said that yesterday's
meeting went extremely well and that
he was "very happy with the agree
Although details of the agreement
were not available, Rogers did say the
changes the University will make are
"mostly changes in how to go abouf
promoting affirmative action." Accord-
ing to Rogers, there were no real
changes in basic questions such as
goals or timetables.
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