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Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Friday, July 28,1989
Nu e "We haven
Cn es from Page 1 f patints
University hospital spokesperson Universi
Catherine Cureton said that the rejec- about 20 ten
tion of the contract is a disappoint- the gap left
ment, but added "it's not a surprise."
Nurses in supervisory positions She did
do not belong to the UMPNC was costing
because they are involved in temporary si
employment decisions. financial iss
Since the strike, supervisory sion makin
nurses "are doing probably the sues."
majority of nursing care," said Stoll. "The Un
As of Thursday morning, the hire scabs to
hospital had closed 18 of 54 units Stoll. "We t
due to the strike. Patients filled only very reliable
296 of the hospital's 886 beds, agency in th
according to Cureton. fering $10
"All elective surgeries and nurses to c
elective admissions have been Stoll did noi
postponed indefinitely," she said. agency.

ot admitted the number
who would normally be
ty hospitals have hired
mporary RNs to help fill
'by the striking nurses,
d.
not know how much it
the hospital to hire the
taff, but added, "It is not
ues that is driving deci-
g, it is patient care is-
iversity will go out to
cross picket lines," said
have found out through
sources that there is one
e Detroit area who is of-
0.00 an hour to their
ross our picket lines."
A reveal the name of the

Cureton said that the hospital has
no count of RNs who have left the
hospital for other employment since
the strike began, but is attempting
to retain the RNs that are report .g
for work. She said that 35-50 percent
of those UMPNC members are
crossing the picket lines, but that
number varies from shift to shift and
from day to day.
Stoll estimates that 85-90 percent
of UMPNC members are not
crossing the picket lines.
Stoll said that "very few"
picketers were out on Thursday, the
first day following the vote. "People
are truly getting other jobs, and they
aren't available (to picket). They
can't afford to stay out of work
forever."

News briefs
Pro-choice protest
BY ALEX MAWS
Two area pro-choice groups, the Ann Arbor Committee to Defend
Abortion Rights (AACDAR) and Voices for Choice, will picket the Ann
Arbor Pregnancy Counseling Center tomorrow from 10:30 am to noon.
The Counseling Center, located at 606 W. Stadium is known for being
strongly pro-life.
"Our group's main objection to the Counseling Center is that it is a
fake clinic," said AACDAR member Michael Cooper. "It poses as an un-
biased pregnancy clinic, but it is actually a Right to Life front that uses
scare tactics and propaganda to prey on the naivete of their clients."
An AACDAR member who received counseling from the clinic will
be speaking about her experience. The director of the clinic was
unavailable for comment.
Rally against Eastern.
BY SAM GREEN
The International Association of Machinists 141 and the Detroit Metro
AFL-CIO are organizing a picket of Eastern airline's Metro Airport
terminal in response to Frank Lorenzo's announcement that Eastern will
resume flights out of Detroit.
Eastern flights out of Metro have been grounded since the airline's
machinists, pilots, and flight attendants went on strike in March.
Organizers say the purpose of the picket is to demonstrate labor solidarity
and show Frank Lorenzo that "Detroit is a union town." Mike Parker of
Labor Notes said that the protest will be "a way for the whole union
movement to send a message to employers that they can't use Lorenzo's
union-busting tactics."
Lorenzo has attempted to cut workers wages by more than half as well
as decreasing other benefits.
The all-day picket and 4:00 rally are scheduled for August 1st outside
of Metro Airport's South terminal.

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Monaghan
continued from Page 1
adding that there are links to Father
Enrique Sylvestre, who heads a
Sword of the Spirit branch in
Honduras, and to Francisco Zuniga,
a Sword of the Spirit Coordinator
and Central American Coordinator
for Domino's Pizza.
Bellant said that Sword of the
Spirit has established ties to other
groups including Legatus, a Catholic
organization "committed to bringing
a more orthodox approach to busi-

nessmen (sic)" founded by
Monaghan. Membership is limited
to men who are bishops or CEO's of
corporations which earn more than
$4 million yearly. Legatus was
started in Honduras, then in Ann
Arbor. Lew Lehrman, a key orga-
nizer of New York Legatus, is a con-
tributor to many right-wing student
papers, and RENAMO in
Mozambique.
When asked by the audience what
right we have to tell Monaghan who
to support Bellant answered, "We
have the right to buy whatever we
want, and not to buy what we don't
want."

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