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Friday, December 12, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page nree

Page Three

wage hike
By AP and Reuter serieso Of major
WASHINGTON - The Team- to be renegotia
sters Union demanded yester- ministration off
day a 35 per cent wage hike cerned that if
and a hefty package of fringe ceed this year
benefits in a new three-year average level,
contract for the nation's truck inflation could
drivers. Gains won at
Trucking company officials ex- table by the Te
pressed surprise at the size of are passed on
the package and estimated it higher freight
would raise the industry's labor moved by truck
costs by 50 to 60 per cent. settlement also
William McIntyre, the chief bearing on aut
industry negotiator, said "more gaining next fa
realistic proposals" are expect- Teamsters Pr
ed in light of economic condi- Fitzsimmons sai
tions and proposed administra- his proposals w
tion legislation to deregulate the They're necessa
industry. keep our people
"It is evident we face very The proposed

reuest 35/0

...DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

t

r labor contracts
ated in 1976. Ad-
ficials are con-
settlements ex-
's 10 per cent)
a new round of
result.
t the bargaining
eamsters usually
in the form of
rates for goods,
. The Teamsters
could have a
to industry bar-
ill.
esident F r a n k
id he didn't think
vere inflationary.
ry, he said, "to
e equal."
$250 an hour

Friday, December 12 Angell, 3:30-5 pm.
Day Calendar G & S Society: The Pirates of
WUOM: Live coverage, 23rd an. Penzance, Mendelssohn, 8 pm.
nual conference on economic out- Mimetroupe: The smile; other
look, with UM profs, Saul Hymans works, Arena Theatre, Frieze, 8
& Harold Shapiro, 9:30 am. pmn.
Ski Team: (Ski Swap," bring in '11,i cfGNDW
ski equipment to be sold, Sports ' G PAttY
They note he is up for re-elec- undefined "difficulties" in the Coliseum, 2-9 m. Volume LXXXVI, No. 82
tion next year, and that he has negotiations if trucking indus- Botany: George Estabrook & Tom is ed riday, December 12, 19tdents
come under criticism from a try executives must negotiate Duncan, "Taxir Applications in at the University of Michigan. News
dissident group of rank-and-fil- "with a man (Fitzsimmons) Systematic Botany," Biological Sci- tonone 764-0562. Second class postage
dissdentgrou ofences Rm., 1139 Nat. Scl, 2:30 pm. pAdc at Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106.
ers, and that he is embroiled in whom the U.S. Department of Int'1 Ctr.: Coffee Hour, foreign ublished d a i y Theday through
allegations linking him and the Justice reputedly believes is & Amer. students, 3-4:30 pm. Sunday m'rning during the Univer-
union to organized crime. a s s o c i a t e d with organized Social work: Renata Gaddini ,si y year at 420 Maynard Street, Ann
"But the drivers," said one crime." dir., Mental Health Ctr., U. of Arbor, Michigan 48109. Subscription
p Roe, Orgnizaionof arlyDe-: ates: $12 Sept. thru April (2 semnes-
trucking executive, "won't care Under the proposed contract, Rome, "Organization of Early De- $ b ma o s r
fenses Against Anxiety in Differ- r)$1bymiousdAnA-
about these problems as long as the Teamsters are seeking wage on io-C tur ontexts," 306 r
they're taken care of." increases of $1 per hour in the Frieze, 3-5 pn. tuanmer session published Tues-
Although both sides are hop- first year of the contract and Psychology: David McCleland, ubschrtn raSatu $y50 rn Ang
ing for a strike-free settlement, 75 cents more in each of the Harvard, "The Imperial Motive Arbor: $7.0 by mail outside Ann
the Teamsters have made a next two years. 1 Syndrome: Its Consequences for In- Aror.
I veiled threat that a possible For long-haul drivers paid by dividuals and Nations," Aud. B,
congressional investigation of the mile, the proposal calls for.,
their union could affect chances a total 6 cents per mile boost"
for labor peace. in the current 18-cents-per-mile
Fitzsimmons' personal attor- rate. The -Teamsters also are
ney recently wrote Atty. Gen. asking for $37 more a week per
dward Levi asking him to dis- driver for improvements to pen r 7 IA i

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RENAISSANCE
REVIVAL
ARTS and CRAFTS FAIR
and

OPEN

MARKET

An Alternative to the Mass Produced
ARTISTIC AND HAND CRAFTED WORKS
SATURDAY, DEC. 13 -10-8
SU N DAY, D EC. 14 -11-7
UNION BALLROOM
(on State Street)
for something real

difficult negotiations" y avow statements made in the sion and health and welfare L 1.
ed. Talks neions,"tract de- represents an increase of 35 per name of the Justice Department funds, and establishment of a -
mands are due to begin on Jan- cent for the drivers, most of flleging union ties with crime new fund to finance safety m- BILLIARDS at
uary 6. whom now average' $7.11 an fgures. The letter warned of provement.
McIntyre said that hard bar- hour. Proposals for improved
gaining would be required "to fringe benefits and an unlimited M PNBOWLING
preserve our ability to provide cost-of-living f o r m u 1a could FIND BG SA VINGS A T T HE VA UL T
efficient transportation service bring the total money package at the U
to the public." to more than 50 per cent.
The powerful union's propo- Industry officials say Fitzsim- OPEN 1
sals were presented at the open- mons is under heavy pressure to TIME CLOSED ONLY DEC.
ing of contract talks between win an attractive settlement. CLOEDONL DC.
the Teamsters and Trucking - A --set A TĀ°
Employers' Inc., covering 450,- STEPS
000 drivers whose present agree- UAC/ETC. Presents
ment runs out March 31. THE NATIONAL DRIVE IN-DRIVE STRAIGHT THRU
The talks are the first in a MARIONETTE
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