THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, July 15, 1977-
TEU strikers plan picket at City Hall
By SUE WARNER
Members of the striking
Transportation Employes Un-
ion (TEU) have scheduled a
"support picket line" for noon
today in front of City Hall to
display the growing support
from other local unions their
walkout has received.
"We do have other union
people who are expressing sup-
port for us," Jim McCarger,
union spokesperson, said. "We walked off the job when the
want to get together with them AATA Board refused to grant
and show the people at City an extension to the contract
Hall we want to settle as soon deadline. TEU's contract expir-
as possible, but 'that it must ed June 30, but was extended
be an equitable settlement." ten days.
McCarger added that "hope- Labor leaders belonging to
fully the public will join the the Huron Valley Central Labor
picket line." Council will be on hand for to-
TEU's strike against the day's solidarity meeting. The
Ann Arbor Transportation Au- council, which represents 10,-
thority (AATA) has now en- 000 area workers, including
tered its fifth day. Workers over 2,000 University employes
who belong to the American
Federation of State County and
Municipal Employes (AFSC-
ME) Local 1583, has pledged
its support to TEU.
"AFSCME HAS been one of
the leaders of the Huron Valley
Central Labor Council in sup-
porting the TEU strike," Local
1583 President Dwight Newman
said yesterday. "We gave them
$100 and have been on the pic-
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Negotiators representing the
215 striking TEU workers yes-
terday presented AATA with a
package dealing with roughly
one-half of the contract dis-
pute's unresolved issues.
Although the union had com-
pleted its presentation of pro-
posals to management during
Wednesday's bargaining ses-
sion, Nancy Crumb, adminis-
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utive director Karl Guenther,
said. "There wasn't a lot of
progress made, no issues were
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TEU's McCarger, however,
"some movement" was made
during Wednesday's talks.
"TEU feels what we offered
was substantial movement, but,
except for agreement on two
minor issues, it is our percep-
tion that what we offered was
rejected," said Carol Ernst,
Union bargaining tiam member
following yesterday's negotia-
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