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in

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of

Ap 10, E-5-23dot Bonn-Soviet sentry who shot him may be court martialed Ap 11, c-8-2 17, A-8-3 AP same cases in similiar force pledge use not to DC-soviets Ap 23, D-l-13dot DC-Soivet denies pledge not use foree agaln

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NICKMSON, DR. IIARK: UM MEDICAL [email protected]

N

1990 23 C-3-2

Fed up with inaction by IJM regents, faculty senaLe will sponsor lecture !o honor 3 profs punished for their Conrnunist ties in '54.--Tobin D 17 A lg-l THe U-M faculLy senate rhinks Ehe universlEy owes Ehe professors a belaEed apology for infringing on their inrellMr 19 E 2-L ectual freedom-Edig 1998 Ann Arbor-Obitrdied Mr 12,81, in Ontario

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N I CKERSON

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A: AB0RTI0N HELD rN ABoRTToN oEATH or

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969

CONRAD

Suzlrr,re Bnevlen

NICKS, STEVIE :

FLEETWOOD MAC SINGER

1996

N05A2-3

IRs says she owea $851887 i.n taxesiformer Fleetwood

Mac

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ihzr

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1945

$IOIER 5E

18;

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1977

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AGENCY NOW HAS NO OBJECTION

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:

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1987

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J. :

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r986 Anthony M. Franco

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test cars

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GM

r986

AUTOS

GM

auto dealership charges with selling

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Terminal&

SKIPPM.

1991

ofSoviet coup upon entry toEcorse t sNicholsor

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oF coEDts LAST NJEI6; A_7_l AnlN ARBQR- Cr-trrono SueucRart stAo Bssiop-itaMeo Mait NAMED *DAvE, ;FoB sr{oonNc oi iob_ED;' - --Ji-i1;i:,i:A,l^*

ANN AROOR-ROOMMATE rELLS

MURDER

OF MARGARET P}IILLIPSOEATI{ TO

2

OTHEN CASEE FAIL6O

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r

r Jl17rA-11-1 poI.ctE TRytNc, To FlNo coNNEcrtoNBEhrrweeru New Jensev rtur-rr'rcs & anrrr hneon sLAYtNGs. JL E4-425 ldautEo LAKE-MRs. lruul JogrusoN RELATEs HER PAST As PoLlsH IMMIGRANT lN UiSo FoR HER FAMILYT Jt2), A-1r-1 PereR Hgnros STARTLES ANN ARBoR coEo tNvEsrtcAToRs BY OISdUOSING SLAYING FECT. JtZ!, A_1_1 ; | Peren HunroS SEES EARLY CAPTURE oF ANN ARBoR KtLLER. ANNa.naoR

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Cvct-tsr seucHT

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ts

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or

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Jt

,

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26 , A-1

YPSILANTI-HUNT PRESSED TON MISSTNG EMU COED.

-5

Jc 27,4-8-1

case-A TEsr roi psvcxlc? Ao 6 , A-1r5 vpsI-EMU sruDENT sAr{ coLLtNS HEADTNG FoR THE- D E!f'alt9?' AG tr, I TH EL I ZA B ETH KA LOMcoLLrNSr ArroRruE'rs qu tr cASE; PRETRTAL HEARIt'l G AD.JOURNEDA G B, A-1-4 i e cA,aN ANN ARBOR-MYSTERIOUS MA N I N CLER I CA!. GA RB TA LKS ti, I TH SUSPEC AB I, A-1-4LF .JOHN NORMAN COLL I NSN OLL I NSANN /IRBOR-MYSTER I OUS B I SHOP TALKS TO .'OHN NO nlqe Ac o A 9 )-1 ./, AUTHoRtrtEs sEEKtNc rHE MorI,VES oF [BlsHoPrt lN-v I S ITING Ao 10, A -20-1 coLLtNSEMU

ANDREt, MANUEL FAcES SEcoNo cHARGE lN THEFTAtR19 N G, A- ,-1 coLLtNsr NEt, LAWYERTRIcHARD RYANTwoNT DELAY ExA M INA TIONA-1 -1 COLLINS IDENTI6IED BY r,lc SHOP OtdNEn-aUA8RS6*'

Ar'rN

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co-ED sLAYtNc Ae 16, Ac 15, A-1-6 poLooE wol tT RETURN MoroRcycLE s r zEo' t t*r couL ! Ns- cAsE ordNER Eo Conueom Ac 1f , A_14_1 ArvrueneoR-pRoBE

CO-EO

srtLL

coNTINUES

tN

ANN'ARBoR

rN

To

AREA

DEATHSO

ANN ARBoR- Jonr'r

N. coLr r Ns rELLso; ,3t;rl;7-?

TcHARD RyAN

HE DloNtrT KILL KAREN suE BEINEMAN. Ae 2J, A_1_, Bnlaru Levnr BRtcHToN ATTv. r{Ao cRIMtNAL irAnnent- tssuEo AGAINST HtM FOR CONDUCT OF AFFAIRS TdI{!LE TIUSTICE OF PEACE

Ae 27, A-1-1 PoutcE oENY THEY HAVE GUN usEo BY ANNN ARBOR AREA K I LLEF or Jlrue MlxEn & lllce KatomAc 27, B-5-1 Tnlll oATE FINALLv sET lN TAx FRU AD cAsE or mRs.MAnv Mcrer I

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.rR.

oRDERED

Ae

To srAND TRrAL A-1-5

29,

Lavaru, LAt yER BARREo FRoM L.Au, pRetr I cE.

rN

NEHMAN, JOHN

F:

1969

DETROIT NEIIS WRITER

PERCY FOREMAN TO OEFEND PETER LAZAROS AGA I .JURY

THARGES-

YPSI-$'ITNESSES TESTIFY

F EO E R A L PE R-

1, A-1-5 THAT JOHN NORMAN CO LLINS FORGED CHEC S

s 5,

A-1-1

ANN ARB0R-BAR oN coLLlNs EvIDENCE soUGHr- S 6, A-r-7 ANN ARBOR-OFFICIALS MUM ON EVIDENCE rN COLLINS CASE-

s 18,

A-2O-'

ANN ARBOR-LAWYERS OF .'OHN NORMA NC OLLINS GIVEN PEftMISSIO[t TO VIEW BASEMENT h'HERE KAREN SU EB EINEMAN WAS ALLEGEDLY

K I LLEOS 2 1 , A1 0-1 NEGRO LAWYER MAX I{ARDEMAN CI{ARGES EXCLUS I ON I N AN T I -BA R SUITS 2 1 t B-1r-1 CHARLES EVERS TO SPEAK AT 19TH ANNUAL MICHIGAN .rU o I CIAL CONFERENCE IN OETROITA-r-1LF

0 7

DeTRoIT BOAT CLUB LOOKTNG FOR NEW SITE.-, 0 .TR I ES FoR c lrY Ex-t- t oN GEDMAN ls TAoKLED tN Tlrro

I OS , c-1-1 rrroN-P

l

VIETNAM

969----------o 9,

A-4-1

Eo HoNoR DETi sERVlcE,"IEN KILLED tN T{AR T!'ILL BE HELD OCT 10 IN VETEBANS MEMORIAL

mer.ronlAL sERVtcE

BulLDlNGro'

o 16, A-4-1

TALUS DrREcroR rRvrNG RUBrN AccusED By Ltvoruin mdvon r4oELr(E OF ACTIN G trlTHoUT CoLNSULTING SUBURBAN MAYOR916,

O_t9_l O 17, 8-16-1 O b2, C-7-1 AID OFFER OECLINED BY FIVE FAMILIES-

oFFERAEmral FERRv sutr MAy DELAv srADtur4-CAVANAGI{ REJECTS AUSTIN .JOB EMERGENCY

wavne coururv supeRvrsoRts uNrr oKAys,r.oroo"33ar1-l;1, rex HtKE-o 25, A-5-1 TICKET FIXING FIGURE PAUL PACIOREK REINSTATED IN WAYNE coUNrY SHERRIF DEPToO 26, B_g_1 Yours cENTERS ARE URcED AS BRAKE oN cRrME-- O 26, B-1g-1 Ctrv rREasuRERts coNrESt ls LtvENED BY DEBATES--

iruo

o 29t 8-10-4

1969

DEtnolr

coNSUMER

Alo

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N

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C. EOWEROS 111 ANO JonruvtAtNG FoR Posr oF Ctrv Cueer 5 2, B-2-1

PLATFORMS OF GEORGE

Sm

trs

l^,Ho ARE

pnEs. tS BE ING Fouct{T FoR BY Fl RE FTBHTERS HEney J MnruuEL, ANo EaRt J. BennY. N 6 t A_14_1, HUNT FOR NEVJ SHERIFF TO REPLACE ROMAN G R IBBS EgGINS. DFFA

N

7,

A-17-1

UNCOUNTEO VOTE SPARKS ABSENTEE BALLOT PROBE.

N8, A-1-6

spoKESMAN ron A&P supERMARKET cHAIN HAs oENtED Hts FtRM MADE ANY AGREEIVTENT 1.'ITI{ UNITED FARM T.'ORKERS ORG TO KEEP GRAPSES OFF PROOUCE COUNTERS. r,r 11 , A-1 -1 CtTY ADMITS SLIPUP ON UNCOUNTEO ABSENTEE BALLOTS.

Arry.cREGoRy prLL.N ADMrrs TAKTNG FOR

FEE---

cLrENrt, I*l3irB-15-1

1oo

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A-17-'l

ELABORATE PALNS TO COPE I{ITH INTERNATIONAL NEWS COVERAGE OF JOHN N. COLLINS MUROER TRIAL HAVE BEEN COMPLETEO BY COURT.

sEcnEr h,r'NESS Ah,ARo or s1000 oo,s PIi t*76'lrono* rN I ruatuo McNurr sLAY t NG. porrce ro cHAR.E 2 noaeens FREEo ,?%l;? loERcE coRcKErr o.}g,t8e e rv d,ffrEdus 13 "5,t %."t835;*. r, 13' o o F po L c E _o5A ITU 2 TOIO UP SUSPECTS IN YANKEE ROBBERY WERE TOO SEVERE! Ma

3;i;;,

D11, C-17-1 NEW STATE LAWS REGULATING PRIVATE PATROL ANO GUARO SERIVCE! To HrT soME EIoONLTGHTTNG POLIcE MENANNARBOR-!,AlL LEFE lS ACCSPTEO By trOHN017, A_24_l COLLTNS trHO lS AWAtTtNG TRIAL FOR DEAtsHS OF ANNNORMAN ARBOR GIRLS. NElr/ MARRENT TO Be REqUESTED CHiTRGGNG GEORGE SCOPAS 1{1TH FRAUD CONSPIRACY

D25, A-0-1 HARPER V'OOOOS MAYOR t

w NoRru cARoL I NA.

1969 E.Fo ,A MAvon GoencE Scopas op'Hanpen \n/ooos REALEAS ED UNOER 5000 PERSONAL BOND TO AWAIT EXTRAOITION PROCEEO lNe eY. N CAROL rNA OZA, A-16-2 POLICE DENY PLOT AGAINST BAACK FA0{XSR$ PANTHERS- tJoHANNES SPREEN oALLS GIARGE REolcuLous. D71, C-5-4 WILLIAM, LUCAS OUTLTIE{S !,AR ON DRUQ g5g.

----197A-----------Je 4, 8-6-1 cE PARTNER OF R ICHAARD WOROBEC K I LLED I N NEt'/ BETHEL lNctoENT qulrs oET.POIlCE FOREE, KEN MARLObT.JOINING LIVON - lA FORCET Ja 7, 8-17-1 PoL

I

MRS'MARYMCKEECHARGEDt.JITHcLAIMINGFAKEoEPSNDENTSFoR Ja Ir A-11-1 HER CLIENTS.-

u',i?qo]l'" ro F I LE 'FX[s.' 8r,8[fT8*8',ifi8'o'Hi?+ HASLT"TFE ero%t?r} AiJiEd-C;o s.ov, NG DEFENDAIw,ERruesrR. Bt sxopJA. r NS ol'' r w

CITIZENS

COMMO

.,A 11 , B-4-1 ----1970 S88S ASKS GOV. MILLTKEN TO PROBE SHIA

\iTASSEE COUNTY COURT CORRUPTtON. , JA FRANK KELLEY ATTYr GEN. SAYS RICHARO

oASE NEEDS MORE

woRKo

1j, C!

A_5_1 ROBISON

MUROER

Je 1{, A-2O-1

PUBLISHER \,AMES C TURNER BBFORE SPEAKING TO CITIZENS RALLY FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT. ,t A 15, c-1 1 -1 0w osso- HoTilELLPUBL t sHER TJAMES C. TURNER HURLS NET,, CHAGES f, LEGAL PRACTICE THERE. Ja 16, A-4-1 DerENse !ilA lvES FouR h,tTNESSES tN COED MUR.DER TRIALS OF ERNesr Btsr.top .rR---OITTOSSO- REPORTEO THREATS G IVEN

Je 21, C-5-1

CLASH MARKS HEARING ON OUSTER

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EX

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FRoM TEATttSTER CLEVELANO.

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1970 cLEVELAND- h/ rLL rAM p ELLETyBURG *r,lr4;ro;lr;!, poL r cE HERE- ANNouNcEo CaRL o. sroKES , " i5, n:t 6:4-' oF t/ I LL IAI'1 P ELLETJBUI?G APPO I NTI\4E[IT AS POL ICE COI'if.l FO N

oF 10 oays F1O, c-B_4. J. F. T6uuev DEPUTY oEAo- ece 4-0. F12, A-12-1 FTLES LoST ON TEAIISTER LOAN rO GtU MatNS- FRoM TgaMSreRS F 11, A-1-l Tnucrtruo uN rro Srere BAR oF M !cr-t r cAN BEG ! NS ! Nqu I RY trrrro L[ftnEN6e euRN ts oLEVELAND

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rroen pii.,,.*-J;l?Ton];l;;,.,-;[3?1r3"'?.],rr*,.

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Houleu puBLtsHeR James C.TuRreR AccusEs CnenlEvotx CLERK WITH REFUSAL TO REVEAL

sruoerrs u*o ARe pA?r{ERs ."Sr1';-l;f-lccoRo tro ro Feo. Count RULtt{o tru Dgr. "0" MR 15. A-t-l

Gneouere

\drr-r- rem EuueNsuRG sruD

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oFFERS

Mn

t6in-t:5-

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l(euLev

BRANDS

tXfit,

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1970

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--1970-- Ap 21, A-10-1

oF JoHN

NoRMAN

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.ff#rttt ttiilsR ro cr{r LLEirc E Gov M r .ii*En" }oi' iJ, iloil r rur r onr Ae 2)rA-24-1 Mt cn r olr Beuu Telepxore oEN I ED urpA tD B I LLs FoReorrEN FRorii grrrE ?.s Degs & Repues Ae 2drA-8-1 rrArlES r

LEE toWAROS GETS LIFE SENTENCE FOR l(lLLlllO BANK

[li:.R8!-A

?at#le t;?;ltt,

Bunrs suBMrrrEo REsrcNAr,S

Hor,,ELL- puarrsHER

poLr.

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ATTya GEN. FRANr Kettev rUEORGE tsLONE NEh' MANAGER-OWNER

rr**YI Or

GUARD

Ban

cHARGE'

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AGNr

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AOOITIONAL UARNING LTGHTS RECOI,IMENDED FOR RAIEFO(6"CHO3SITE HERE Ttlo roMEN KTLLED ,,N cRAsH u,asr Mn 28

T

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-1979-

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F 21, B-2-1

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-1985-

F 1, B-7-2 F 5t B-1:2

FoRo MoToB PHILIP CALOtTELL RETIRES ALLTEO SUPERMARKETS -\v(GREAT SCOTT\ ut]{S uACe-FREEZE-FROft{ ITS

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of ,

I

retai

F 14t A-1-5

HALT

cLosrNo oF

STRoH

f6 F 16, 8-6-l

I clerks union to step down after

t985 F 25,Bi.g-S President Doug Fraser at Economic Club of Detroi meeting, hits u.S. fi rms as most anti-union. F 27, B-4-5 Montgomery Ward s Co will close down its customer credit dept. in Allaen Park Mar. 29. F 28, C-6-2 peition in to dismissed as employer GM seeks to be l, Mr A-8-5 organize EDS workers. UAhl workers at GM's Buick City plant in Flint vote on Pact Ar 2, A'3'5 I Al ied Supermarkets may improve, expand Great Scott markets l4r 3, D-l-l EDS offers GM stock Former

UAW

-1985-

Mr 5, D-t-z tactics in order to organize car salesPersons. t4r 17, c-l-6 srTop brass" of Teamsters Union go to DC to join negotiators for trucking companies. M r 19, C-4-z Detroit will have its first, breakbulk freight terminal.

Teamsterrs

local to

change

tlr?l

,

C-l-6

Severance talks wi I I go on at Strohts l4r 22, B 5-2 Truck employees face temp layoffs due to switch- in firms handl ing auto parts Mr 23, A-6-l Bonuses set for clerks at Chatham.

Mr 27, B-4_4 Auto layoffs found to average 66 weeks... Mr 30,A-l 1 -1 Local 876 of United Food and Commerical tJookers picket union markets.

non

NEHMAN, JOHN

P. :

DETROIT NEWS WRITER

r985

Teamster Union filed suit for alleged fraud int takeover five competing trucking firms. Ap9, B-4-Z American Trucking Assn guides trucking renewal

AP9 B'4-z Ap 10, C-10-2 Stroh severence deal near Pickets to try politiciansr art & 11, F-l-? Bid to keep Strohrs open fizzles Ap ,3, B l_6 Late snag delays vote on Stroh severance Ap 15, D-1-2 Stroh airs $lmillion jobs plan for when Det plant will Ap 17, F-12-2 close TRW to close plant at 2981 Charlevoix, idle 185 Ap t8,C-2-4 TRW denies closing due to cheaper labor at southern plant

-1985-

Ap 20, A-16-2 severance talks Ap 23, B-4-2 Teamsters say group of mid-sized trucking employers, Regional Carriers lnc, has disbanded Ap 24, A-lZ_z AFL-C|0 offlcial seeks top AFSCME post Ap 27,B-1-z r30 and outt benefit trigger would Teamsters ratificatlon Ap 29, A-1-6 Stroh union OKs S23million sererance deal My 1, C-l-5 Redluct ion i n un i on dues for Loca I 876 recomflg1dgdr,_

Progress reported

in Stroh

f

I Unaur new pres, Local 876 batening down for wir agst unorg. nized supermarkets in se Mich My 11, B-1-2 Street name change honors Service Employes lnternrl Union

l25th anniversary

NEH|.iAN. J0HN

F. :

DETR0

lT

r985

NEWS WR ITER

My 16, D-t\-z Stroh Brewery ceased fire-brewing operationa May 4 Chatham Super Markets announced

sale

My

of its

18, A-16-2

33 De t-a rea 18, A -16-2

supermarkets-8Cain My Z-tier wage structure triggered United Airlines P i lots strike My 21, C-2- 4 Nu-Trax lnc is new owner of Chatham Supermarkets MV 22, C-1-6 My 23, C'11'2 Somerset lnn employes on strick-6llka Somerset lnn threatened to replace striking workers. My 24, A-3-5 Join-UAW rthreats' charged by dental cli[i"Zr*, 8_6_\ Union, SOmerset lnn trade barbs over mysterious flood l0th flr in Troy hotel

on

- 1958F1y25 , A 3-6 General Dynamics, UAI.I tal kse adjourned- My 26 r-D-1-2 Fed mediator W Kenneth Evans says bargaining gettlng tougher My 29, F-9-6 AMC firm on shutdown notices Je Z, C_q-3 Chatham clerks ratify lyr pact Je 4, D-1-6 Mllwauke-AMC airs proposals to avert closings

Je 5, c_6-6 Bricklayers hit bricks in dispute Je 5, D-3-6 Talks set to tackle key AMC demands Je 6, D-4-3 Cement drivers walk out Je 8, B-t-5 olant auto plans for over falter Fteetwood talks JE 8, B-r-6 Somersetlnr n staff to return to work

NEHMAN

J0HN

F:

t985

DETROIT NEh,S trR|TER

Je I I ,8-4-6 Talks set to tackle paybacks at AMC Je 12, C-8-2 Chicago-AMC talks clear big hurdle Je 13, F_1_6 Chicago-AMC job security plan put on table Je 14, B-2-\ Strikers return to Somerset lnn in Troy Je 19, A-13-4 Uncovered bal lots clouds Restaurants Employes Local 24 elec tion Je 19, A-13-5 Strikes by Det area bricklayers 6 cement truck drivers ends Je 20, F-3-2 U.S. Supreme Court held that trustees of union pension fund have borad powers

buting.

fRW employes 0K

to examine the records of

companies contr

Je 20, F-4-4

pact on severance payments.

-1985-

Je 22, B-l-5

v-p -operations at Al4C-sHiggins Je 25, g-2-l+ AMC said changes needed if UAW proposals to keep Wis plan Je 26, A'l'2 ts open UAW won industry-high wages 6 benefits in pact reached at Joseph

E.

Cappy named exec

plant Je 26, A-13-2 traded proposals on job sectrity 6 benefitgs. Je 27, F-1-6 AMC to submit revised contract proposal Je 28, A-9-4 Milwaukee-AMC offered to continue building cars in Wis in return for competitive pact from UAW. Je 29, A-t-5 Mi lwaukee-UAW to urge members to accept AMC offer. Je 29, B-t-6M0 Mi lwaukeeT.al ks hal ted. Local s to submi t of fer to AMC worker Ju 30, A'3'3tr., Milwaukee-UAW locals forced to agree to concession I aden/ new GM-Toyota

AMC

6

UAW

r985

Jl

2., B-7-2

with illegally threatending union at leaders Jl 7, D-l-5 unions must decide between cooperating with business or returning to militancy of 6ld Ut lO, A-l-2 Saturn pact may be danger to unionism Jl l0,A-9'2

4

Somerset lnn chgd

New AMC

Saturn pact

will

workers reatify

change industry relatdrons Jl 13, A-1-3 pact to preserve jobs. JI 16, 8-6-2

Jl 19, A'11-2 AMCprocl.aims Inew era' in Milwaukee Nu.Trax lnc to close Chatham Super Markets warehouse in Jl 21, D-2-4 Warren growing gulf wage earners. btwn Study disputes

UAt',-Chrysler delegates

-1985-

Jl 24, D-6-6

to make parity #l priority

Jl 25, A-1-\ Jl 26, A_g_z Teamsters from 800 locals to meet in Det Jl 27, B_l_z UAW

agreed on Saturn

7wk

strike against

drags

on

pact-EGirard

Lourdes Nursing Home in hlaterford

Twp

Jl 30, A-l-6

pact protested by Natl Right to tlOrk committee Jl 31, F-9-3 Teamsters ocnf hears memorial to Hoffa Agl, F-1-6 Jackie Presser sees no early end for Teamst6grlEftLZ GM-UAI,

Tempers

flare at auto-haulers terminals during strike

NEHMAN, J0HN

:

DETROIT NEWS WRITER

I985 Ag

I

,A-

-3

lnformerr Teamster Pres Jackie Presser, unafraid

UAW

Ag6, 8-6-5 plans aid caravan for striking coal miners

Ag7, C-1-2

to work with unions Agll, D-l_l UAt, view outsourcingas top bargaining issue with

Management urged

Chrysler

Copp.

Agll,

D-4-5

set to go its own way Agl3, B_4_z Owen Bieber wants promlse fr.Chrysler oo build Ag 15, F-l-5 Liberty plant in US. UAW wants profit-sharing program restored. Ag 16, A-12-2 Chrysler's T. Miner reacr-s to UAWIs demands Canadian

UAW

Striking

Teamster

Teamsters warned

Teamster

local2)i

Separation

ly.

-1985As 17, B-1-2 car haulers ordered to end walkout Ag 20, A-3-6

of failure to ratify

pact Ag 21, F-10-4 president PeterKaragozian opposes pact.

of the Canadian UAW from its

Ag

22, F-1-2

U.S. parent s

frie

Ag 23, A-5-4 Founding UAW members to mark unionrs SOtprU;ryyO-3-t Amer labor consultants aiding Japan in thwarting UAW attemp Ag 27, B-1-2 ts to organize UAW launched celebration of its 50th annht"Ef,rt-fO_O UAW-Chrysler talks heat up over bonus pay for hr workers.

NEHI'IAN

JOHN

:

DETR0

lT

NEUIS WR ITER

t985

Untrue statement about settlement in car haulers strike bei Ag 29, C-10-4 ng circulated Somerset lnn operators chgd with fed labor law violations. Ag 30, A-l-l Chrysler proposes changes in job classifications, work rule

s 12, C-7-2 union accedes to reducti< S 13, A-l-6 n in job classifications. Blanchard tells of list of improvements in jobs e Mich S 13, A-13-6 business cl imate UAhl must compromise on reducing job classifications says S 15, A-3'l lacocca. Chrysler may be forced to grant some of UAl,lrs job security s 15, A_12-l demands UAW e General Dynamics continued talks. UAW

feers job loss at Chrysler

if

-1985-

S 16, A-3-5

to tentative labor pact. s 19, A-l-5 UAW strikes 5 Gen Dynamics plants S 20, A-l-l History of clashes btwn UAW 6 General Dynamics contributed S 21, A-3-5 to strike. Gen Dynamics to try to meet production of tanks despite str

UAU,

ike

UAW

s

General Dynamics agreed

asks Chrysler

to

ban

S 25, A-13-2 further outsourcing-&Sorge s 26, F-2-3

Peter Karagozian removed from union committee

s 27,

A-12-5

Det Laborers Union Local tt9l is first to offer prepaid legal serylces s 28, B t-2 Labor Sec tJm Brock in Det, vows f ight over biTl s to restrict trade

NEHMAN, JOHN

F:

t985

DETROIT NEtrS WRITER

s 30, A:_5

Teamster pres Peter Karagozian challenged by former supporters Ron 0wens 8JErry Zimmers O Z, A_12_z

Chrysler workers grant

UAW

strike authorization-6

Sorge

0 3, F-1-2 #dot

3000 workers sent home; workers, Cadi I Iac disagree on 0 4, A 13-2 reasons Quality problem closes Clark GM plan for lrd day 0 9, A-13-2 Union members want to sel I Chyrsler stock.:k S0rge

st1 stri ke Chrysl er-E Sorge Chrysler-Canada makes a new offer

UAl,l may

0 13, A-l-l 0 15, A- I -3

--1985--

o 16, A-l-4

80,000 Chrysler workers in U.S. and Canada struck today.s S0rge 0 16, A-1-5 0 17, A-1-6 Blg issues snag Chrysler talks. Some progress reported in Chrysler talks.s Higgins o 18, A-1-5 Talks head for a recess at Chrysler-8 Sorge Huntsviile-No give, uAW tells chrvsler 0 20' A-l-6 SOme

0 22, A-l-4

to be nearing agreement to settle ld UAW strike asainst Chrysler in U.S.E C"5o|3!"Anr-S

Negotlatours appear

Chrysler 6

UAW

7-da)

agree on pact, workers get parity-E Sorge o 24, A-1- 5

Chrysl";r"v, strike cost $l70millione

sorge

NEI{l4Al'l' Jol{tl

F.

0EmOlT

NEI{S I{RITER

t98s

O 25, A-1'6

J{EU OOflTnAOT BETWEEN C}TRYSLEB ANO UATTCUARAN?EES DeTROtTtS ,EFFEBSoN

[vEo

ABSETiIBLY

PLAr{r rrrLL

t[n2r! [gl0g

SOBoE

)HRYSLEB CORPI RETATT{S tT9 MAirAGEr,rEr{T PFEROOATTVE tO OtitI|NUE OUTSOUBCilTO OR FAB!ilr{G OUT.& SORGE O 26, B l-5

General Dynamics talks rproductiveft new meetin!'set on 5wk strike O Zg, A_l-5 0 New pact passes 9-l at Chrysler 30, F41-6 building custodians, Service Employes Local 79, ponder strike o 3r, c-ro-2 UAW agrees to a rare ropen shoprcontract N I, A-l-5 UAW optimistic new agreemnt with Gen Dynamics will be appor ved.

-1985-

N

2,

B-1-2

Disciplinary action by Gen Dynamics agst strikers jeopardiz N 3, A-l-6 es contract approval Gen Dynamics workers reject tentative agreement UAW

continues to press

strikers

for full

5, A-12-6 for Gen Dynamics N g, A-t-4

N amnesty

General Dynamics deadlock broken,

strikes wont be disciplin N 9, BJ-6

Teamsters for a Democratic Union sues U.S Dept Labor to changes election ruleS for internatl union officers N 10, E 1-l General Dynamics, UAW squared off in grudge tatch NI2, D-1-2 Vote set on General Dynamics pac.t N 13, A-1-5 General Dynamics pact bKd I

NEHMAN, JOHN

:

DETROIT NEWS WRITER

I985 N

14, A--7-1 N 20, F-ll-q

of Local 299 Det station l.ID !V hit by strike

Rondal Owens elected pres

La Michoacana

Garcia,

N

TOrtilla ordered to pay back

unionist

27 , E-1-2 wages to Cecile

N Zg, C_l-z D 4, 6'9-5 GM workers to vote on streaml ined work-rule agreement D 7, C-l-5 L. Wright regional director accused of Former-UAW James improperly spending union funds D 17, 8_6-2 Kowalski strike ends amid threat by union against workers D 17, B 6-4 Charges by UAW delay union vote at Honda Greyhound workers

to vote on pact.

-1985-

UAWs

0wne Bieber supports WDIV

Pay-for-knowledge system gains support

Chart

of

-

D 19, F-1-2

strikers Ja 5, D-l-l

1986-

at

J.a

General Motors

12,

major national labor pacts expiring

in

E- I -

'86

1

Ja 14, B-4-2 Nu-Trax lnc to sell 5 of its Chatham stores to Allied Super markets-8Gruley -_1335-- Ja 16, C_5_z Hygrade opens amid strike. Ja 17 , B-3-3 Steelmakers seek early pacts. JA lg, A-3-6 LTV bidders for former McLouth Steel narrowed Ja 21, A-13'4 Trial for embezzlement for Robert Battle starts today

JOHN

NEH

:

D

IT

r

NEWS WRI

.

Hygrade strikers protest as 300 apply Livonia plant UAW

Ja 21, C_8-2

for their jobs at

drive adds 33,000 members

Allied Supermarkets to hire 200 displaced Hygrade strike heats up in LivoniaUAW makes deal with Hack Trucks to save

Strike at

Hygrade Food ends

IRS cutbacks may

Union

986

Ja 22, E-4-2 Ja 22, E 4-2

Chatham worEers

Ja 23, A-l-1 Ja 24, B-l+-3

plant.

Rejected Ja 28, C-9-4

after 8-wks. Ja

30, D_3_z

slow refunds, union warns. Ja 31, B 6-4

to campaign for

Coors boycott

-1986- F 1, A-3-2 for UAW sets strike deadl ine 5 Champion Spark PluyRlantsF I, B 1/2 in unfai r labor charge/against NLRB rules against UAl.t Hondaf h,/C-B-z Steelworkers union grants wage rel ief to LTV Steel but not to National Steel Corp F 4, C_g-4 over concessiont CHatham workers, Bormanrs at odds F6,Fg-2 Mazda hiring to be by mail, preference given to laid-off Ford workers, Flat Rockers F 9, A-3-2 Peter Karagozian agst Teamster Ron 0wens fires accusations F 1 l, c'8-2 plants revital Chrys6r for ization targeted 5 i

NEHMAN, JOHN

:

1986

DETROIT NEWS WRITER

Thorn Apple Val ley.

Limit picketing-6Walker F 13, D-10-2 lazda gets 80,000 applications for jobs at FIat Rock plant F 15, A-3-5 6 strike leader to meet lnc Valley Thorn Apple l.Iorkers

strike

F tg, B_5-2

strike to cripple Mich food industry in week F zo, A-3-4 Pact reached in Thorn Apple Valley strike F ZO, C_4_z Greyhirund to shut Erie, Grand Rapids terminals, U, A_11_5 Thorn Apple strikers being offered l-time 5ZO0 lump sum

Nationwide can maker

pymt

UAW

n'

workers

at

-1985G[i Fleetwood

F 25, C-g-5 plant grant strike authorizati

--1986--

local sticks with U.S. AJMPackaging Copp replaces strlking

Ontario

new

UAW

workers.-

Union wants C0nsumers Power

tlr 13 , c-7-1 3dot Mrl8, B-5-3 employees with Mr

14

,

A_12_z

to drop employee drug tests

tlr 20, D-10-2

United Steelworkers pact with LTV not a pattern says Harry Lester Mr 21, A tg-3 Mazda computers to screen jbo appl icants l4r 22, fl-Z Steel deal sought by unionist, with McLouth SteeT Products Corp Apl, B 6-5 Bankruptcy Court orders sale of assets of United Trucking Serv i ce

NEHMAN, J0HN

F:

DETROI.T NEtrS trR|TER

r986 Ap

, D-l-l

productivity lags but Ford, CHrysler show gains Ap 7, A_14-6 Paper palnt workers ok pact AP9, A-l-1 accord Great Lakes Steel, union reach Ap9, A-13-2 U.S

Ap 10, C-6-2 Nationwide RR strike threatened Natl Steel pact 0K expectedApl5, A-4-l Detroit News E Detroit Freed press and Joint'Operating Agreement stirs reactions-g Markiewicz e Baiiey McLouth risks mi I I ions from investors lf midnight "3'H:r';;-' tg , A-tz.z Ap Leaders of Detroit newspapter unions were unable to get

much information about

joint

operating agreement.

r;;,1?l';;c tet ts rotedSorll,l.l;)'-' Ap 19, B-l'2 Teamsters plan strike at Ludington News Co lnc. in Det. Ap 23, A-9-l News 6 Free Press unions to challenge JOA Ap 23, A-12'5 Teamsters reached agreement at Ludington News Service '!rwheel tax'!r rrhearens

Ap 24, D-12-2 Settlement reached btwn alternative Teamsters health insur ance plan 6 establ ished plan Ap 26, A-1-6 Ap 29, A-1-2 quarter posted loss-8Sorge lst AMC Teamsters Pres Jackie Presser to wed former secy? Ap 29. B-5-l Steelworkers to submit cost-cutting pact to members at McLo uth Steel Products My 1, C'6-2 approval for JOA union I'lm Keating to seek

NEHI,IAN, J0HN

t

F. :

Teams e r oca p ropos e s o ut s de r d S den s n un on vo te 5

t

I986

DETROIT NEWS U,RITER

Labor deal guarantees

amendmen

Iyr survival of

t

-wo u d cu rb Mv9 , A 6-4

McLouth Steel My9, A-13-6

to trim costs in clerksr contract My 18, E--l-l lnidcted chief, Jackie Presser, old hat to Teamsters

Kroger seeks

My 19, A-1-6 LasVegas-Dissident Teamster Sam Theodus to mak bid to.' MY20, B 6-2 unseat Jackie Presser LasVegas-Labor Sec tel ls Teamsters to cleanup acttly?l , A-17-6 LasVegas-bld to cut Jackle Presser's pay killed

-19U6-

LasVegas-Jackie Presser elected pres

ion

My

22, A-l-5

at TEamsters

convent My 23, A-13-5 My 2), B-l-2

LV-Jackie Presser given new powers LV-Jackle Presser took parting shots at union dissidents. My 28, A-t0-1 Channel 56 holds program pn proposed JOA My 30, A-15-z UAl,, f ires convicted di rector Frankl in Runnels My 30, A-15Mayor Young, Sam Fishman 6 others urge public hearings on

J0A. Mibh Bell accuses communications ,ng,

workers

Je 3, A-13-4

of illegal picketi

Je 8, A-9-t laid off.Je g, E_l_l GM indicating tha auto maker plans to use a lot nore plas

Warehouse Way

tic.

sold;

180 employes

NEHMAN, JOHN

:

DETROIT NEWS WRITER

r986 Je l0,D-4-3 180 laid off workers in llarhouse Way buyout may reapply. : Je 12, C-6-4 Dissedents ask U.S. to oust Teamster bossrJackie Presser. Je ll, A-l-1 Je 11, B-7-2 8 testify at hearing on JOA bill Communications Workers opened

talks for

new agreement cover

Je 18, A-15-2 ing Mich Bell employes UAl,l facing investigation into legal ity of election of Kenn Je 18, A-16-4 eth Worley as regional director Election of the Rondal C.Owens slate to offices in Teamst Jq.J%,,-G-2-4 ers Local 299 upheld Ct'lA to send striking members back agreements are reached

to

work /5? ATET

if

new

Je 24, B-4'2 -19U6Je 25 , F-12'2 Prestol i te t'li re Corp th reatens I ayof fs plant for shortAve chrysler plans to rehabil ite Jefferson Je 26, C-4'4 term oroduction of truck Chrysier warned it must adopt features of Japanese-style Je 27, A-12-5 management gets support from Det orgs. Farm Labor Organizing Committee Je 2f, A-12-6 2 rare Det newspaper unions seek hearlng- on p-roposed JOA 5

member Bd

t',t

of

new

Detroit

meeting on

JOA

Jt9,E4-2

Newspaper Agency has tsE JI 10, C -6-2

JI 11, A-13'2 Chatham will keep just 3 stores Jl 12, A-1'l JOA seeks to cut 200 printer jbos Newspaper Guild Local 22 challenges Free Press losses, sas) they were 'hV estments,

NEHMAN, J0HN

F:

DETROIT NEWS WRITER

986

Amerlcan Mazda team heads to Japan for tralSlnl4, O-t-t New Iaw extends fired employee medical insurance Jl 16, C-7-1 Teamsters strike Prince Co-Twardon JI 18, E'1-2 UAW pressures Ford on fate of Rouge plant rl 19, C-l-z R Bob retir( get Coy to new leadership, C Mich Teamsters to Chatham

lays

Union almost

off

remaining

strikes out

Edward Deeb removed from

Dealers

Ford callsg

ROuSe

650

Jl 19, c-1-3 Jl 22, A-4-5 Jl 23, C 2-4

top post at Associated Fo6d Jl 24, E-3-3

plant tnoncompetitivel

-1986-

Jt 26, C 1-2 Jl 29, D:Z-I UAW strike threats Jt 29, D-6-1 Deadl ine approaches on Jefferson plant accord Jl 30, A l-l UAIJ, CHrysler reach Jefferson agreement Jl 30, C:8-4 Unions, Dandy to.discuss reopening 9 Chatham stores Jl 31, E-1-2 Rouge, USX talks hinge on financial data Agl, E l-5 UAW, Ford extend Rouge pact for 60days- Ag 2, E-t-e

presses Ford on Rouge plans 2 wk Rouge shutdown takes edge off UAW

Allled

buys 3 Chatham markets Tentative /-year operating agreement Chrysler Jefferson Plant workers \

\y

As 6 C-l-5 to be presented to

NEHI'IAN, JOHN

F. :

DETROIT NEWS WRITER

r986

UAt, leaders back Chryslerrs Jefferson Ave. proposal. Ag 9, C-1-2 Michgan Bel I bargainers near deadl ine.

Ag 10, D-l-5 proposal Chryslerrs JEfferson Ave. stirs mixed feelings for ratl fication vote. Ag 11, A-l-5 UAhl at Chryslerrs Jefferson Ave. plant ratify seven-year aAg 12, A-lfreement. Det. will march on their own parade offlclals in Teamsters paraggg yearrs Day annual Labor route in this ff, B_l-l Mich Bell hit by strike.-6Lochbiler Ag 13, C-2-2 l,Irokers at Chrysler's Trenton Engine plant to vote on oper

ating agreement

-19U6Ag 14 ,.E-1-2 Mich Bel I E union disaqree on imoact of stiike'Ag15,E-l-6 0hio Bell pact gives hdpe to Mlch Bel, On 16, A_l_l Ag 16 , c 1-6 Settlement ends 4day Mich Bel I strike Ag I 8 , E-t-5 CHathamrs clerks reject concessions WOrkers reject Chrysler Trenton pact Ag 19, D -1-2 Trenton workers face layoffs, Chrysler says Ag 21, E 2-\ Chrysler Trenton workers petition for 2nd vote Ag 22, E-1'5 Unlons hope for big crowd for Labor Day parade Ag

Robert Holmes 74,

Steel uniqr

'

wants

22, E-2-2

to run for relectlon at Local

337Ag 24, D-1-1

glo/tto

preserve industry

NEHMAN, J0HN

F:

DETR0IT NEI^,S t,RlTER

LAsVegas-steel union

chief,

LV-Steelworkers declare

r986

Lynn Wllliams hits U.S trade Ag 27, C'7-1

all out war in lockout-strike

po

at

Ag 28, E-7-1 union organize supervisory public em Ag 29, E-2'\ LV-steelworkers Union to begin recruiting associate members s 2, D-l-5 LV-steelworkers union seek to stem export of US jobs.

Corp ployes

USX

LV-Steelworkers

to let

s 4, c-2-l

Det local of Office E Professional Employes lnternrl Union to get say on retaining trusteeship S 6, C-1-2 McLouth Steel Products Corp has not secured $15 million lin

of credit

-1986-

for future

s 6, c-t-2

exPansion to win labor agreements. S 9, D-l-2 NLRB ruling should serve as precedent for overturning Satur n pact chgs grp S 1 l, C-l-6 at Guardian workers UAV, s Steelworkers seek to rePresent plant lndustries Monroe Co S 13, C-l-z Jeep plant strike vote set S 19, C-2-\ McLouth Steel Products hit by unauthorized work stoppage S lg, c-2-4-4D07 Steelworkers Union ordered to end strike at McLouth Steel

Kroger dangl ing proposal

Products.

S2zrDl'l

Early retirement: ignoring future for short-term goals? c-z-l synder to ctose plant at 34oo E ur"y"ti.z4'

NEHMAN

JOHN

F:

DETR0IT NEWS WRITER

I

986

Newspaper Guild Local 22 chall enges Det News, Free Press S 26, E_6;5 JOA proposal Uniosn square off over merged Northwest Airlines 6

Republic

S 27, C-t-4 limbo as deadline nears0 2, E-1-2 Teamsters sue over unsettled grievances Republ ic s 30,D-7-l Rouge pact deadl ine on day-day extension 0 l, C-I-L Newspaper GUild seeks Free Press files on JOA Rouge

Steel contract talks

state studies

McLourh

steet

Ford Rouge pact bargaining

in

options 31', i-i-i

to continue

-1986-

0 6, A-l-5

0 7, D_l'z McLouth says work or close Suppliers tell McLouth to increase output or lose

credit o 8, c-l-z Ford hourly workers to get $750 each bonuses 0 8,C-l-5 McLouth job cuts blamed for slump O lO, A lZ_\ Union leaders at 2 Det newspapers upset by one Ttrira job losses-6 Newham a Smith 0 I0, E_2-1 McLouth exceeds quota for 24hrs I 1?, q-!-! 0 ?t-,. D=1-2 . Study may decide McLouth fate o i\' A-l-4 uAl^l strike at GM iech-center mav spread Det Free Press 6 News reported losi of S23 mi I I ion-sGruley o 25, C-1'2 impede settlem may industry in steel labor costs State of Rouge Fordrs 0 ent at 26, D-1-l Plant Shuffl ing of assignments amg 4 top UAW officers

r986

0 28, D-7-1 Strike averted at GMts Chevrolet-Pontiac-Canada grp headqua rters in Warren N 1, C-1-2 quits McLouth shuffle in CHairman MIlton Deaner

N6,F2-5

JOA plan will cut 100 circulation jobs, Teamsteriofficial

says

N 7, A-10-5 GM bv lavoff jobs facing 26,000 for .UAW seeks h 8, A-l-5 UAl,l asks GM to join trade f ight N 14, E Z-l

Veteran labor Ieader, James McGahey 75 Panel to

wlll retire-from N 19, C 2-5

UPGWA

son

sider offers for Phoenix Steel

-1986- N 21, E-2-1 fails to meet production quota D l, D 3-l plansbenefit reappralse may have to Employers D 1, D 3-1 gain D 11, C 1-2 lRAs 401(k) should favor over TOm TUrner 6 Frank Garrlson vle for late Sam Flshm-ants AFL-C|O jobD 12, EJ-5 TOm TUrner withdraws, Don Llndemler 6 Frank Garrison want AFL-CIO jobD 13, A-1-4 Frank Garrison elected Mich pres of AFL-Cl0 . D 17, C 7-4 Mayor Young sees hope for Fleetwood-Clark planti

McLouth

Det

news

r

D 18, c-t0-l mailers to vote on Teamster affiliation

NEHMAN, JOHN F

:

r986

DETROIT NEWS WRITER ,

to joln Teamstster o 25, A_1_6 D 31, D-l-6 McLouth Steel wont get state aid Mclouth Steel Products Corp wonrt get direct aid from state -1987- Ja 1, E-t-6 Paul Sliver, pres of Local 875 resigning Ja 1, E-2-2 20 custodial workers at Cadillac Tower office bldg loose Det Newspapers Mailers Local M-40 votes

thei

r

jobs

risls jobs in GM rii"3;"o.l]? ,on.i"" Ja 5, D'1'2 agreement Ja 6, D-l-4 Steel outlook dims Dous Ross says UAW

16 fired custodial workers chain selves inCadillac lobbv

ul,"irJ prorests practtces by Savewel

rrriif;rlair'

TOwer

-1987Ja 7, C-l-5 officlal blasts Doug R0ss for slding with GM Ja 13, B-l-5 3 downriver cities E school dists to get back taxes from Ja 14, A-l-4 McLouth Steel

Pontlac

2,100

GM

UAW

workers accept

Teamsters make

early retirement

under JOBS program

Ja 14, c-l-6

raid at Det Free Press chgs

Newspaper Guild

amg employees of Savewel supermartJtst5pOrE;g;Ea owner closed store Ja 16 , E Z-4 Ja l8 , f7-t UAW organlzing drive gains Unions go bargain-huntlng Ja 20, D_l-z Union pact as USX expected to heat up battle for sales

Election

after

Saturn plant said

to

be

at standstill

Ja 23, E 1'6

NEHMAN, J0HN

F:

DETR0IT NEI^,S trRlTER

1987

Ja 24, C-1-5

Saturn denies halt ln building Ja 27, D_2-4 Sorge labor contract-8 AMC awaits a reply on new American Motors seekd concessions

relocated composing -

staff

Ja 29, E-2-1 for Toledo plans.-Mille Ja 29, E-2-3

from North,Plaqt _tq downJa 31, A-l-l GM to shut Fisher GUide plant in Sept'89, idle 2057-eMiller F 3, D_1-6 UAW refuses to give up on Ftsher GUlde F 3; D3-4 Teamsters Local 299 tlles greivance against Commerical Ca rr I ers News

town on

third floor.

-1987-

4, C-l-z at 8800Conant F 6, A-l-l Mich Natrl Corp employees who admit snoking to pay higher premium for health coverage F 7, B-l-3 New limits on smoking at fed GSA bldgs F ll, C-3'5 central conf Teamstersr Robert Holmes reappt'd director of F 12, C-2-4 8fi3ifi3, super Markets agrees to severance pay F 13,A_t-l lJorkers at GMrs Pontiac truck plant react to move out of production-8Higgins F 13, E-1-2 NLRB wonrt issue complaint agst owners of Cadillac Tower over firing of custodial workers F 16, D-l-l AFL-Cl0 to announce legal services program for members Pollce, picketersclash at Cook Family

F

F0ods

NEHII/il|

;

J0HN

l-, :

DETRO

lT

NEWS Wft

lTEft

1987

F 17, D-l-4

BalHarbour,Fla-AFL-Cl0 exec council meet I ist

BalHarbour-NFLrs Gene

legislative

F 19, C-l-z both GOP € Dem candidates to F 19, E-7-3 Upshaw hopes players wonrt strike

riorities. BalHarvour-AFL-Cl0 to invite vie for endorsement

F18

c-l-2

p

BalHarbour-UAWts Bieber launched ad campaign ca I ing for tougher US trade policy F 20, E-1-2 BalHarbour-Hopeful GOP candidates respond to AFL-Cl0 endor sement program F 21, C 1-z

BalHarbour-job security called key issue fgr4flWaZ-f FreePress gets Teamster warning about Guild move to represent ad e buslness office employees-

-1987-

F25,C1-2

Workers union gives $l2,OOO to ZdO t'tCl F 26, A-1-3 workers laid off in Southfield Edwln Meese rules for public hearing about Detrolt paPers JoA plan-6 Katz Mr 1, D-5-l UAW's Skilled Trades Conference on Coll Bargaining sets to Communlcations

meet

Mr

4,

C-1-2

Biebercalls upcoming talks in auto industry bargaining chal lenge in history t4r 5t E-1-2 .biggest Lasvegas-uAWrs stephen yokick blasts car makers during spee ch at trades conference Ar 6, E-l-i LV-UAI^, activist Pete Kel ley warns of explosion amg workers A-7-l UAr,, leaders react to Chryslerrs plan to brytil8 ' Hr 12, E-1-2 Rouge steel g t'rclouth steer products r isted rat risk, in LasVegas-UAW!s

s

tudy

NEHMAN, JOHN

F. :

DETR0IT NEWS t,RITER

1987

r , Labor leaders welcomers Chryslerrs proposal to buy AMC-E Sorge Mr 14, C-1-5 Representation election for drivers at Redford terminal of Roadway Package System set for t[r 20 Mr 20 , E l-z Strlke threatens GM TRuck 6 Bus Group complex In Eontiac tlr 21, C-l-3 Roadway Package System drivers vot,e to join Teamsters Local 299 tlr 22, D 1-3 UAIJ stings from rlnnovative Wage Structure' frdm 1984 l4r 25,E 3-5 GM contract Det labor Ieader Rlchard Cordtz wins Menorah AwE-rd Ar 26 E-1-2 hamper introduction could GM at Pontiac Threatened strike of new truck I ine.

Talks

fail;

--1987--

UAW

shuts

GM

Ar 27 A-1-5 plants in Pontiac.-6Sorge Mr 27 E-l-z

Teamster Local 337ts 50th anniversary is Mr 2!, but will celebrate June 5 at unionrs new housing center dedication. Mr 3l C-2-3 Analyst says 4-day strike at Pontiac Truck is warning of AP 1 C-1-2 troubles ahead. News, FP won't offer wage or benefit increases in bargainir Ap 2 E-8-3 Storm brews over newspaper labor talks. Ap 7 C-l-z Union blasts GM Mexico exPansion. a Sorge ep8, C 1-4 Donald Ephlin hitrs GMrs lack of controltover ouTsourcing A*g,E-2-3 Newspapers unions mum on wage proposal Ap 9, E_2-3 U.S officlal bars 8 from JOA hearlng Ap10, E-2-3 UAW at Ford Rawsonvi

NEHMAN,

J0HN: DETR0!T

r987

NEWS WRITER

'Paperst unions turn down bid

Ap 15

c-l-5

to freeze wages. Ap 16 D-1-4 GMts Van Nuys workers want to quit rthe teamr-Nehman

Ap 18 C-1-2 massive renovation Ap 22 B-1-2 Program. Steelworkers union hopes to trim staff with incentives. Ap 23 E-t'6 McLouth turning corner toward profitability, union says.

Great Lakes Steel to display results

UAt{ f i ghts outsourc i ng.

Worker

of

Ap 26 A-16-4 Ap 28 B-3-2

role, debt write-off key to McLouth survival.

1957-

Apz9, C-+':2

Credltors study Mclouth Steel Products propoial Delco workers JOA

set strike vote

MyZ, C_1-6 My4, D-l-Z

uncertainty clouds unlon negotiations-gGruley t4y

Karl f'lark Pall, late entry in union race,

t2 c-3-3

stirs fight.

My 13 may serve as

c-l-4

basis for Ford, My 14 , E-r-z Storm brews over race for AFL-C lOts No. 2 post in Mlch. My 15, F-1-5 John Ell iott won post of secretary-treasurer of the Mich. Case-lH

GH

job guarantee program

talks'

\FL-C

10.

New AFL-Cl0 og;1.1s1 ,JOhn El I

My t6 ,C-l-z

iott,

wi I I maintain teacher

1987 My 18, B'3-2

State says McLouth employee buyout plan possible. My 21 , 8_6-3

MY 21, E-1'2 Hal DeLong68 died MY20 Ford laboi chlef Stanley Surma looks tomg")h? D-l-4 McLouth Steel Products Corp going ahead with plans for ful

MY 28, E:-3 pullout AFL-Cl0from to Det unions urge:Afscme

I

employee

wonershlP

tly 29, E_1-2 My30, A-l-3

Tqn TUrner warns'AFSCI'IE on pullout GM

to close

2900

LlvrSn"la

jobs

trlm plant, plant ln

Lenawee

Jel,

c0, cut

E-1'2

0uts6urcing plan sits poorly with UAW JeZ, D-l-6 n snet team to UAI'

-1987rdefeatlsts'-

Je 3, c t-4 Je 4 B-i:4 Beer truck drivers go on strike.-E Gadomski Je 4 E-Z-1 Newspaper unions to air demands. Je l+ E-Z-6 Ephlin criticizes GM parts division studies. Je 5 E-Z-5 Mclouth union rejects Tang offer. Je 9 D-2_l rlion to expand qual ity program. Je 9 D_Z_4 9M,. LocKed out beer truck drivers start rambulatory picketlng. Je ll A-l-1 Truckers fighting off twin economic woes. Je il A-14-2 Govt plan to sue for fed control of Teamsters is no surUAI'/

chief blasts

GM

prise to Ken Paff, of TDU. Jel4, A-2-6 Kroger sets $80 mi I I ion expans ion plan. -Jel4 , D-l-z

to success of McLouth' plan. Je 15 D-z-1 Papers, unions still split on contract issues. Agreement key

NEHMAN, JOHN: DETROIT NEWS WRITER

1987

Je 17 c-3-\ 4 small unions OK extension at PaPers' Je 18 C-1-5 Papers, unions extend pacts. Je 18 C-3-3 Beer drivers strike risks dry holiday. Je ZZ D-1-2 Negotiations drag on at Fordrs Rouge Steel. Je 26 , E-z-q Newspaper Guild to provide support to Det Local 22 ln lts JE 30, A-6-l opposltlon to JOA. Beer drlvers still on strike Jl I C-l-3 Nothing brewing in strike; dealers deny using Iockout to cut flow of beer. Jl I C-Z-t U.S. mediator calls for meeting in beer driversr talks. Jl 8 c-2-t Newspaper Guild, papers to resume O"*i, July 14.

| I

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