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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, August 20, 1974

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In the news this morning
off Saturday's massive explosion in a down-
4ational town industrial area. The "alphabet bomber,"
WASHINGTON - Both the Senate and House so-called because he says he is choosing bomb-
ssed yesterday a bill giving President Ford ing targets to spell the name of his organiza-
thority to set up a White House agency to tion - the Aliens of America - toldr the Los
onitor price and wage increases. The House Angeles Herald-Examiner that the group was
issed the bill, Ford's first big legislative re- responsible for the blast. But Police Cmdr.
est, 379 to 23. The Senate vote was 88 to Peter Hagan said, "We don't put any cred-
The legislation now will go to a Senate. ence into what he says. There is no evidence
Ouse conference to work out a compromise to indicate it was a bomb." Fire department
aron. officials said they were virtually certain the
blast was caused by a truckload of sensitive
WASHINGTON - U.S. District Judge John organic peroxides that was parked by a ware-
rica rejected a near-unanimous plea from house. The chemicals are so unstable they
fense and prosecution lawyers Monday and could have been accidentally detonated by any
fused to postpone the Watergate cover-up number of circumstances, fire officials said.
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tonight to hold open

trial scheduied ror Sept. 9. I=runngwas p-
pealed immediate to a higher court by lawyers
for John D. Ehrlichman, one of the six de-
fendants.
LOS ANGELES - Police said yesterday that
they don't believe the claim of the "alphabet
bomber" that his terrorist organization set

Weather
More nice days are in store for this week.
Today will be mainly sunny with a high in
the upper 80's. Tonight will be fair and warm
with a low in the mid-60's. The winds will be
from the south at 7 to 10 mph.

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negotiations
The union representing th e
University's graduate employes
and bargainers for the admti-
istration have agreed to hol d
public contract negotiations.
This arrangement - o pen
talks - differs with traditional
labor-management discussions
which are almost always con-
ducted in private.
THE.Graduate Employes Or-
ganization (GEO) requested the
open sessions earlier this sim-
mer because the union felt its
2,200 members and other per-
sons have a right to watch the
negotiations as they unfold.
As now planned, the negotia-
tions will be held every Tuesday
in the Rackham Assembly Hall
beginning at 8 p.m.
However, if both parties in
the talks - GEO and the ad-
ministration - agree any ses-
sion or part thereof may be
closed to the public.
DURING THE open negotia-
tions certain rules will be en-
forced including: no more than
50 visitors will be allowed to
view the proceedings at o n e
time: no photographs may be
taken: and only members of the
two bargaining teams may
speak.
Although the public negotia-
tion approach has not been tried
here before, at the University of
Wisconsin the administration
and a union of graduate work-
ers held open talks with rela-
tively successful results, ac-
cording to the GEO.
The contract talks should cen-
ter on a list of demands com-
piled last winter by the GEO.
At that time the employes who
inclile teaching fellows. re-
search assistants. and staff as-
sistants had no written agree-
ment with the University gov-
erning working procedures.
The union is seeking abolition
of tuition for graduate emoloy-
es, a grievance process, mater-
nity and sick leave provisions,
and other benefits.
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Tuesday, August 20, 1974
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