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Thursday, June 12, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sa Iget the job done

Page Nine
Clericals reject
I'U' contract offer

(Continued from Page 8)
TICKETS
ROLLING STONES in Cleveland,
this Saturday, June 14. Four' $20
ickets for sale. 764-4068, 665-4903
anytime. 82Q612
WANTED-MARIPOSA tickets, sane
prices. Marnie, 761-9579. dQ614
BIKES, SCOOTERS
SPECIAL limited sale. Bottecchia
professional full camp equipment.
$550. Allsport, 663-2233. 69Z14
23" TEN-SPEED for sale. $80. Alan,
662-8945. 71Z612
750 TRIUMPH Bonneville, 1973, 1700
miles. Mint condition. Make offer.
549-8394 or 881-3451. 65Z614
MISCELLANEOUS
GETTING MARRIED? If you're
planning on getting married during
July and want same fantastic pres-
ents worth nvere $1,000 and tie r ill
of your life, contact: Ned Gershen-
son, promotional director, Arborland
Shopping Center. Call IMMEDIA9E-
LY: 971-0380. 74M617
A PROGRAM is now being offered
in Ann Arbor to help combat alco-
hol and drug abuse among gay
women. For further information,
call 763-4186. All communication
held in strict confidence. 22M328.
REGENCY
TRAVEL
601 E. WILLIAM
ANN ARBOR 48104
665-6122
SUMMER CHARTERS
ABROAD,
BUSINESS INTERVIEW
TRIPS, HOLIDAY TRIPS
HOME
Corner William & Maynard
cMtc

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
USEDFENDERs s erb re rb eil
4 10" speakers. ApoloMusoic Crntee.
323 S. Main. eXtc
PIONEER cassette deck with dolby.
Sony rel-tos-reel deck TC366. Pio-
neer direct driveterntable with
two Jensen loud speakers with two
12's each. Whole shot, $750. 763-
6890 after 6 p.m. 33X613
USED VIOLINS--Good foe starter.
$89.50. Apollo Mosio Ceater. 760-
1400. cXtc
LUDWIG DRUM SET-Double toms,
Zild lta cymbals, excellent condi-
tion. Also Dyna ap with Utah
speakers Sandy, 761-9009 after 6.
72X523
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-KITTEN. S. Forest and Hill,
three months, black, rust, beige.
Reward. 761-1058, Vivian. 67A613
FOUND - Young Siamese cat, 6/9,
corner Tappan and Monroe.dCall
Bruce, 662-3024. dA6l3
FOUND-1 gray kitten with grey
nose, 2-3 months old, South Uni-
versity and Oxford vicinity. Call
persistently, 764-7969. dA612
SUBLET
WOMAN TO SHARE bedroom in
large house. Great location. July-
Aug. $45. Dahlia: 994-5012. 79U614
SUMMER SUBLET-Female needed
for own room--Abby Apts. A/C. dish-
washer, 2 bathrooms, patio. Rent
negotiable. Call 763-6560. 80U618
ROOM AVAILABLE now through
December in communal house very
close to campus. Graduate student
or working person preferred. Call
761-9441 after 7 p.m. 89U618
JULY-AUGUST - One bedroom,
three-room apartment near campus
in beautiful, old house. 662-0137.
80U614
CHEAP SINGLE in frat available
immediately. Mark, 662-9538, eve-
---g.-- 870610
JULY-AUGUST. One bedroom, fur-

WANTED TO BUY
35MM CAMERA rosc, Peitaspre-
ferred. Will pay up to $100. 663-5874
early morning, evening. 69K614
CHECK YOUR CLOSETS-I want to
buy your old Levis in any condition.
Call 761-4897 evenings. dK614
TRAVEL
MED STUDENT driving to Oregon.
I need rider(s) to help pay. Leav-
ing approximately June-16. Call 557-
4318 after 7 pm. 48P612
BUSINESS SERVICES
TENNIS INSTRUCTION
Former U. team pla pr, econdyear
in Also Arhor. Hill, 763-6140. 43J612
PASSPORT ad application photos
token Wednesday eveslngs 6 p.m
at the Michigan Daily. For further
information call 764-0552 and ask
for Pauline or Steve. dJtc
EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE. dbok, ar-
ticle, disaertatio. Howard Rootal,
665-7161, after 5 p.m. 91J612
MOVING? Call us for a reasonable,
professional job. 15 years experiece.
Preer estimates. 071-4585. rJtr
PORTRAIT painting, pastels, char-
coals, oils. Signs and posters. Banks
Art Studio, 232 Nickels Arcade, 761-
8847. 59J614
TUTORING cnseultin istatistics,
math cocuters. Call Walt, 094-3504.
cJtc
TYPING. editing, cassette trans-
cription, IBM copies. Jean Whipple.
812 S. State St. 994-3594, 10 a.m.-
10 p.m. cJtc

(Continued from Page 1)
the local's 2,030 members. But
Neff said, "It would depend on
where they went out. From that
large unit (the local), a major-
ity of the people do not work
in academic units."
Most clerical workers staff
departments such as payroll,
accounting, the registrar's of-
fice, and others which are not
directly related to instructional
operations.
Negotiations have been in
progress since late last year.
"There were some issues which
were not resolved," Neff said.
"Many of the major issues re-
solve around economics, but not
all of them."
Sick leaves and holidays are
still an issue, he noted,
T W O PROCEDURAL ques-
tions were also raised over yes-
terday's meeting. The rental
status of Rackham Lecture
Hall, where the meeting was
held, was in question, as well
as whether clericals could ob-
tain paid release time while
they attended the meeting.
Until Tuesday evening, when
University approval finally came
through, the local was uncer-
tain whether they would be

able to use the Rackham facil-
ity as they had planned.
The union paid the rent for
the hall, Neff said, "because
we did not reach an agreement
and the union's bargaining unit
could not indicate that they
would recommend - ratification
at the meeting, so the meeting
was treated as a union meet-
ing."
IF THE bargaining unit could
have recommended ratification,
the University w o u I d have
waived the rental fee, since it
would have considered the ses-
aion a ratification meeting. A
personnel office staffer pointed
out Tueaday afternoon that the
University "doesn't provide of-
fices" for people who are hold-
ing strike votes.
Also at issue in yesterday's
meeting was release time for
the clericals. The University de-
cided that clericals who attend-
ed t h e Wednesday meeting
would do so on their own time,
counting the afternoon as vaca-
tion or as excused time without
pay. In the past, the University
has granted release time to
unions to hold ratification meet-
ings.

MOVING
ow rates. 663-7690 or

Unemployment rolls drop
to three-month low point

668-8807.
0625

HELP WANTED nished, on campus. $160. 663-4594.
____ 930614
EXCELLENT lead vocalIst tmus-
vlan) wanted for rock, soul and JULY-AUGUST - Two-bedroom bi-
ccc. Phone Mark, 994-3431 or Steve, level, beautiful apartment on For-
668-6563. 851614 rst. A/C, balcony, parking, dish-
___ _____ washer. 665-1769. 500614
OUSEWOPRK-8-16 hes. pee week. ---- ------------
YARDWORK-4 hrs. per week. Apply FEMALE, OWN ROOM, large, 2-
fo ith oth pe n 3.00/ d m. iapt. $55/mo. North Campus.
br. Own transportation neessary. A va ita b 1 e immediately. 449-4553
761-3283. 8318614 days. 60U617
CLEANING PERSON needed. 1 day AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. Large,
a week. References. Call 662-2491 2-bdrm. apt., fully furnished, A/C,
after 5 p.m. 66e614 great campus location. Call 761-
2559. 62U617
SUBJECTS with 20/20 vision. $2.50/ -
hr. 764-4209 from 9-4:30. 7718613 ROOMS, summer sublet. 663-9433.
76U614
DEPENDABLE oro emst __
rp ld orng persons wth IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY for 1-2
daily activities (meals, dressing, Women in spacious 4-man apart-
ete.) weekends and lunchtime, ment. Fall option. Anne, 663-9180.
weekdays. Campus area. 662-2734 51U614
eves., weekend, 764-9149 days. 61H613 AVAILABLE immediately. 1-bdrm
GAY MEN--If you are a U.M. Stu- apt., nicely furnished, campus loca-
dent and are interested in making tion in quiet area, reasonable rates.
14.00 by participating in an % Call 761-2559. 63U617
hour research project, call the JULY-AUG.-Modern, furnished, 2-
Human Sexuality Advocate Office, JULY-ap.MA/Cfsnishpd,
763-4186 or 764-0436. Confidentiality bedroom anpt., A/C, o a mps4
assuired. 52H614 lasindry, parking, negotiahle. 004-
6008. 46U614
FOR SALE 3-BDRM. APT. Fall option. Available
now, negotiable rent, fine old house,
MEN'S GOLF CLUBS and accesso- big kitchen. 665-7586, 5-7 p.m. 39U612
aces, bowling ball. 665-4779. 86B614
-___ - 1-BEDROOM, unfurnished, available
TWO SECTIONAL SOFAS, coffee June 21 through August 15 with
table, lamp, portablestereo with optian. Rent $110. 662-4032. 42U614
cabinet, dinette art, hoe, Iwo bar . ______... -_
stools two area rugs, bean bag ROOM IN HOUSE. $50/month for
chair, 5-ft. artificial plant, miscel- summer. Call Randi, 662-0669 eves.
laneous, all in excellent condition. 30U613
Call 663-6491. 84B618 ----
SUBLET--Female Roommate needed
FOR SALE-10 speed bicycle, Portu- in two bedroom duplex. Rent $60/
guese Flandria, lugged frame, sim- month. 971-2152. Pets allowed.
Ilex derailer, 25" frame, virtually 34U613
new 27" 75 lb. tubular tires, $160 - --
not negotiable. 994-6489. dB614 SUMMER SUBLET through August
---- _- --- --Modern apt., 2-bdrms. 761-4588.
ONE SEARS 'high voltage' battery, 16U613
like new w/36 mo. guarantee. $15 -
or best offer. Call Rob, 764-0552 or OWN ROOM in 3 bdrm, apt. Pas-
694-0363. dB613 sible Fall option. $55/month. 662-
_2310. 670607
FOR SALE --Glee wedding-engage- .U
'lent rings set, yellow gold, 22-pt. MUST SUBLET - Modern, 3-bdrm.
diamond, price negotiable. 994-8017, apt. A/C, dishwasher, balcony, 1%
40B614 baths. Negotiable. June-August. 663-
7261. 060612
WOMEN'S 10-SPEED Shwinn bi-
cycle. Excellent condition. -668-6410 NEEDED-Sublessee. Share one bed-
after 4 p~m. 49B612 room, air - conditioned, furninhed
r - - apartment. June-August. Block frio
23t CUBIC FOOT REFRIGERATOR. campus. Rent negotiable. Call 668-
Excellent condition. $70. 663-$619, 7195. 915W25
5-7 pm, dB6l2 _- -- -
T'F-A-Y-d ;SUBLET--$95/mo., efficiency, quiet,
TIFFANY STYLE LAMPS for sale. mid-May-Aug., near U-Hospital. 994-
761-8827, 65B6121 5224. 70U509

PERSONAL
GEORGE willntalk to you. He can
be a friend. Union Bowling. cF613
LANDLORD PROBLEMS? Contact
Ann Arbor 'Tenants Union: 4118
Michigan Union; 761-1225. 54F614
LET US FILL your next prescrip-
tion. The Village Apothecary. eFte
FROM ONE POOL lover to another.
Pocket Billiards at the Union. cF613
ANNUAL DIAMOND SALE-Now in
progress. Sale began January 1 and
will end December 31. Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 5. University, 663-7151.
cFtc
TRANSMOGRIFYING
TYPING
All electric. Serving the academic,
professional and business communi-
ties for 15 years. PRINTING, RE-
SUMES, EDITING. TASK, 761-4146.
CJtC
A CHALLENGING GAME. Pocket
Billiards at the Union. Open 11 a.m.
Mon.-Sat., 1 p.m. Sun. cF612
BOARD EXAM TUTORING
STANLEY 18. KAPLAN
TUTORING COURSES
Enroll now to prepare for upcoming
MCAT * DAT 0 LSAT 0 GRE
ATGSBboard iens. For informa-
tion coll:c(313) 354-0685. r~tc
The ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY is
alive and well in Dexter. Call for
free pick-up. 426-8081. cFtc
WANTED-Male guitarist with good
voice to sing a mellow seven golden
daffodills, etc. Fee negotiable. Reply
Daily Box 15. 44F612
Albert's Copying
Dissertation oiality. Location: In-
side David's Books, 529 E. Liberty.
994-4028. eFte
ALL NEW STUDENTS-
wELCOME TO CAMPUS PINBALL
ARCADE, 1217 S. UNIVERSITY
OPEN EVERY DAY
cFtc
PAPERS
NOTES
THESES
FLIERS
COPIED
WHILE-U-WAIT
High Quality at
LOW Cost%
The COPY MILL
211 B SQ. State
(near GINO'S)
662-3969
cFte

(Continued from Page 3)
recession.
THE Labor Department's re-
port on unemployment benefits
showed that 5,765,300 3fOerOnls
were drawing jobless compen-
sation of all kinds in the week
ended May 24. The total was
down 354,000 from the previous
week and was the lowest 3il'ce
Feb. 15.
About 4,031,000 persons re-
ceived payments, under regular
state unemployment compensa-
tion programs, down 312,300
from the previous week.
The department also sail lii-
tial claims for all types of un-
employment programs totaled
412,700 for the week ended
May 31, a drop of 15,400 from
the previous week. The nutn-
ber of first-time claims h as
dropped steadily in recent
weeks, indicating that the beaV-
iest period of layoffs is over.
PENN CENTRAL Transpor-
tation Co. announced it is idling
U'blastedl
of minority
(Continued from Page 3)
tem for keeping track of Univer-
sity graduates who might be
eligible to fill staff positions.
Burns said another barrier
against achieving affirmative
action goals was a lack of com-
mitment to the affirmative ac-
tion ideal. Many people feel they
are in full compliance if minor-
ity persons are interviewed but
a white male is nevertheless
hired, she stated.
SHE FEARS the current Uni-
versity financial difficulty may
result in setbacks to the affirm-
ative action program. "It may
be used as an excuse," she
said. "The next report could be
even more dismal.,
Burns believes that the re-
luctance of white males to hire'
woman and minorities might
end once they get used to work-
ing with persons from these
groups.
The affirmative action report

1,200 workers in Altoona, Pa,
and at its headquarters in Phil-
adelphia, effective next Wednes-
day. The bankrupt railroad said,
however, that 550 jobs at Al-
toona would be saved if the
government comes up wiu $65
million in federal aid.
In Amsterdam, two top U S.
bankers told the International
Monetary Conference toe 5r:me
rate for business loans would
hit its low point this summer.
Walter Wriston, chairman of
First National City Bank of
New York, said the prime would
go as low as 6 per cent. Citi-
bank's rate now is 6 per cent,
the lowest of any major US.
bank.
Gaylord Freeman, chairinan
of First Natiopal Bank of Chi-
cago, said the prime would drop
to 6 per cent this summer
bst then start to rise agaia if
the Federal Reserve Board re-
strains credit to slow the eco-
nomic recovery.
f'or lack
workers
shows that women still Rake up
95 per cent of University cleri-
cals, while all minorities make
up 35 per cent of, the mainten-
ance work force but only 6.18
per cent of the instructors,
BURNS ATTRIBUTES this to
what she calls the "pyramid"
effect. "You find them (minori-
ties and women) in the lower
class jobs because we've been
second class citizens for so
long," she asserted.
In addition, she said that
many people believe women
make better clericals because
they have been doing it for so
long.
She said that 11.6 per cent of
the applicants for clerical jobs
were men while only 6.6 per
cent of those hired are male,
"Affirmative action should ap-
ply to men too.. They should
have the chance to become a
secretary if. they want," she
noted,

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