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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, June 3, 1971

PageSix HE IC~iAN AILYThusday Jue 3,197

DIAL 8-6416 Today at
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E mploye pickets publications bldg.

(Continsed from Page 1)
1969. As a job specifically for
students, it provided for 15
hours of work per week.
Last fall, when one of the
two student pressman's helper
positions became vacant, Pedit
was permitted to assume both
jobs. He claims his duties in-
creased to the point where he
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felt they were disproportionate
to the money he was receiving.
Pedit says he subsequently
met with Gamm several times
to discuss the question of his
salary and other grievances.
The series of discussions cul-
minated in March, when he was
fired, according to Pedit, for
telling Gamm that he was go-
ing to try to join AFSCME.
Four days later, Pedit w a s
rehired after the apology to
Gamin. He says, however, ano-
ther student had already been
hired to fill one of his posi-
tions, and he accepted a jan-
itor's position to go with his
reduced shopworking post.
AFSCME spokesmen have said
Pedit's position is considered to
be within the realms of AFS-
CME's collective bargaining jur-
isdiction.
As a result, AFSCME agreed
to pursue Pedit's case and, in an
initial step, called for the spe-

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cial conference with the Uni-
versity and the publications
board.
The union has asked the Uni-
versity for a ruling on Pedit's
student status during the per-
iod from Oct. 10, 1970 to Feb.
28, 1971, During that time, Pedit
was in transition from the en-
gineering college to the College
of Architecture and Design, and
was at different times classified
as a student employe, and a tem-
porary employe
AFSCME has also asked the
University to classify the press-
man's helper position as a union
job. The present AFSCME con-
tract excludes student employes
(students working less than 30
hours a week) and temporary
employes (scheduled to work
for no more than four months)
from becoming members of the
bargaining unit.
Manager of Employe and Uni-
versity Relations James Thiry
yesterday declined to comment
on any possible decision result-
ing from the conference, saying
"there is no way to tell how long
it might take"
Pedit said yesterday his ulti-
mate reason for picketing is "to
see that my demands are met."
However, he acknowledged that
as an immediate goal, a special
meeting of the publications
(Cotinsed on Page 71
General faces
murder charge
(Continued from Page 3)
tions in testimony last year at
a hearing of the Citizens Com-
mission of Inquiry into U.S.
War Crimes in Vietnam, an
anti-war group. The former
soldier said he would not dis-
close the names of individual
soldiers involved in the alleged
incident because he did not
want low-ranking soldiers p r a-
secuted.
The citizens commission con-
tends top military and civilian
government officials are re-
sponsible f or asy war-crimes
committed in Vietnam.
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and
NANCY FEYEN, piano
performing
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by Telemann
Sonata in 0 Op. 12 No. 1
by Beethoven _

plus a short election of officers
Refreshments: Rinktun dilty
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TH URS., JUNE 3-8 P.M.
S. Quad West Lounge
EVERYONE invited. No musical
knowledge needed.
' further Info: 761 -393 1

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