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Localunions support TEU
,cesto m ten o-ar S: tions in the area and "it seems as public employes looking for eryday and I support your de-.
workers, walked the sup- to be the same type of organiz- an equitable settlement. Public mands," she told the TEU
picket line to, "show the ation." employment should not be members. "I want the buses to
arity necessary to defeat equated with public servitude, run again and I want the AATA
agement in the Washtenaw 1, E O N A R U DUFEN- public employes have to buy to get serious."
ty area." BAUGI spoke at the support groceries too. Steve McCarger, union bar-
olidarity will help in our rally representing the Huron Also addressing the picketers gaining team member, also
struggle against Univer- Valley Central Labor Council. was Llenda Jackson, a Univer- spoke at the support demonstra-
management," Newman A member of AFSCME, Local sity student and regular AATA tion. 'We have been backed
nued. Ile said University- 2733, which represents area commuter. "I ride the bus ev- into a corner by an irresnonsi-
Saturday, July 16, 1977
traine' personnel often move
into other management posi-
county workers, Dufenbaugh
stated, "We all stand together
NATALIE WOOD in 1961
WEST SIDE STORY
The classic tale of two star crossed lovers brought
to the streets and rival gangs of New York.
Musical score by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen
Sondheim with dancing choreographed by Je-
rome Robbins. Great film to see on a bigger
screen than TV's.l
Sunday Free showing (at 8)
SANTA FE (Errol Flynn)
CINEMA GUILD &Tonit at OLD ARCH. AU.
CINEA GllD 7:50 &9:45 Admission $1 .50
ble board who left town during
negotiations," McCarger as-
p serted. "We have to keep it up
it tthe strike) and keep. strong.
toni 2t We know what we want."
McCARGAR again expressed
611 Churc A2 995 595 concern, for resolving the con-
tract issue of longevity pay-
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Saturday, July 16
Romeo and Juliet
(Franco Zeffirelli, 19681 7 & 9:30
Lovely film about star-crossed lovers. Oli-
I HAD CANCER
ments for sick, disabled and
partially disabled employes.
"When the job causes us to
lose control of our bodies we
need protection in the form of
disability payments," he stated.
TEU vice - president Tasha
Berry seemed pleased with the
turnout for the TEU demon-
"MORE PEOPLE showed up
than we expected," she said
and added, "the picketline and
rally indicated a lot of people
support us. Let's face it, in
90 heat these people are not
fair weather supporters."
Following yesterday's nego-
tiations AATA spokesperson
Colleen McGee said progress
had been made. She said all of
the issues the TEU presented
to the AATA July 11 had either
been resolved, assigned to ne-
gotiating sub committees or "at
least we have exchanged our
views on the issues, in writing,
through the mediator"
According to McGee, the AA-
TA is prepared to re-evaluate
its position on some of the un-
resolved issues and will pre-
sent a complete contract pack-
age when negotiators return to
the table Monday. The pack-
age will include restructure
economic, as well as non-eco-
McGee stressed however, that
the new AATA proposals will
fall under guidelines estab-
lished by the AATA board at
their meeting June 29. "The
board has been adamant about
our positions on the issues,"
Union negotiating team mem-
ber Betsy Folks said progress
had been made at yesterday's
negotiations and following a
brief meeting of subcommittee
members TEU bargainers re-
turned to the table yesterday
evening for further discussion
of the unresolved issues.
"The weather was one of
our major problems today.'
she stated, "and the support
picket was also a diversion
Gene Tenace, then with Oak-
land, drew 11 walks from New
York Met pitching in the 1973
World Series, equalling Babe
George Siser had a lifetime
batting average of .340 for 15
major league seasons but never
played in a World Series.
Billy Martin hit .257 for the
Yankees in the regularr 153
season but he batted .500 in
the World Series.
The all-time betting record
for a single day in the history
of SouthernCalifornia racing
was set on March 6, 1977 The
fans bet $7,495,38.
I have had breast cancer and a mastectomyj
oQre it. But it didn't change my life-or my
femininity. Of course, right after surgery, I
discouraged. But then I received a visit fror
American Cancer Society volunteer. She ga
me a ball and a rope. And she showed me h
to use them to strengthen my arm. Shegave
information about breast forms and how to
my clothes. Then she told me that she, too, f
had a mastectomy. That's when she gave m
faith. I knew then, if other women could d
so could I. And I did.
If you know a cancer patient who needs h
call your Unit of the American Cancer SoCie
We can give people information and counse
on all kinds of cancer. We can also give the:
hope. I know. Because I had cancer and liv'
American Cancer Societ
Callus for help.
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