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February 29, 1980 - Image 12

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Page 12-Friday, February 29, 1980-The Michigan Daily

Clericals launch new drive to form union

(Continued from Page3)'
committee worker Patty Schwartzman
say that no affiliation will be possible
until after an independent union is
established.
DWIGHT NEWMAN president of
AFSCME local 1583, could not under-
stand their reluctance to affiliate with
his union, saying the larger bargaining
unit could offer them much more sup-
port in terms of funding, lobbying, legal
advice, and an effective and
TORTOISE RANCH
NOTTINGHAM, England (AP)-
More than 6,000 tortoises are being bred
on a ranch near here where the weather
conditions are thought to be good for
mating.
A British newspaper said an importer
was starting the venture because the
mortality rate among imported tor-
toises was so high.

established network.
"They say they're going to prove to
the labor community that they can do it
alone, but I don't and most people don't
even recognize the OCC as an
organization," he said.
Wilsman said the group did not wish
to affiliate with other unions because of
the negative image associated with
larger labor organizations.
"When people think of unions," she
explained, "they think of Jimmy Hoffa,
Teamsterism, gansterism. The history
of labor on this campus is not all that
rosy either." It is an image both
Wilsman and Newman said they wan-
ted to avoid.
ONE CLERICAL worker, who wished
to remain anonymous, expressed other
concerns. "A couple of years ago," she
said, "the union, did go through and
destroyed itself through internal
politicking. A lot of people got turned
off. People are sort of feeling 'wait and
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