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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, September7, 1980-Page 9

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AP Photo
Actually, the tail section belongs to a nightclub just north of the airport, not to
a pilot who took a nosedive.

Air traffic may be increasing these days, but passengers on the approaching
plane headed for Dallas' Love Field must have thought this was ridiculous.

No bargains driven between
p AATA and transportation workers

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By JOYCE FRIEDEN
Members of the Transportation Em-
ployees Union continue to work without
a new contract as a bargaining meeting
between the bus service workers' union
and the Ann Arbor Transportation
Authority Friday night ended without
compromises from either side.
"Neither side made any change in
position," said Shelly Ettinger, vice-
president of TEU.
"The meeting merely got both sides
to confirm where they stood," said
AATA Executive Director Richard
Simonetta. "Nothing definite was set
up.
TEU EMPLOYEES .are currently
working under the terms of an AATA
contract proposal made July 29th. A 42-
day strike by TEU workers, which
halted local bus service, ended August
11, but the union never reached an
agreement with the transportation
authority.
Simonetta added that TEU recently
dropped one lawsuit against AATA
,regarding its enforcement of clause

13(c) of the Federal Mass Transpor-
tation Act, passed in 1974. "The clause
deals with how we use our federal funds
. . . but TEU thinks it means we're
required to submit to binding ar-
bitration," he explained.
Although the Michigan Employment
Relations Commission has sent both
sides official notification that a fact-
finder has been appointed to the case,
both Ettinger and Simonetta said that
no fact-finder has yet arrived on the

scene.
"The state has been fairly evasive as
to what they're doing about the mat-
ter," said Ettinger.
But Simonetta felt differently about
the absence of a fact-finder from the
case. "While they (MERC) did of-
ficially appoint someone, they are
holding things in abeyance until
something else happens," he said, ad-
ding that he was fairly sure TEU was
going to push for getting a fact-finder.

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Notre Dame Game
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Price to be announced

Also Philadelphia flights

216 S. Fourth Ave. (Near Liberty St.)

Train collides with car near city

From United Press International
A car-train accident early yesterday
had State Police troopers shaking their
heads.
Someone abandoned a car on railroad
tracks just north of Ann Arbor and a
Conrail freight train smashed into the
vehicle.

No one was injured and the train con-
tinued on its way while troopers tried to
determine what charges to seek against
the owner, of the car.
Investigators said about the only
charge they could come up with was
illegal parking.

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