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The men were Given a huge loaf of fresh bread and chugged Champagne As the flags of their homelands flapped above them in a Strong wind. Besides Etienne the team included american co Leader will Steger of Ely minn., Victor Boyarsky of the soviet Union Geoff Somers of Britain Quin Dahe of China and Keizo Funatsu of Japan. Interviewed on Abc tvs Quot wide world of sports a Steger was asked what he intends to do now that the journey has ended. He laughed and said Quot take a the crossing was by far the longest of its Type across Antarctica but apparently not the first without motor Power. Striker killed when struck on picket line hotel workers in Hawaii strike Over wages benefits by coach a striking greyhound lines inc. Bus Driver was hit by a coach and killed on a picket line saturday and a judge in Chicago issued a court order against violence in the walkout at the nations biggest bus line. The Intel state Commerce commission began taking applications from smaller bus companies that wanted to temporarily provide service on greyhound routes. There were scattered angry confrontations Between strikers and replacement Drivers although Union leaders appealed for Calm. When the strike began Friday Many passengers were stranded As trips were cancelled and some routes halted Midway through when Drivers walked off the Job. One striking Driver was killed saturday at Redding calif., when he was caught Between a building and a bus driven by a temporary Driver police said. The temporary Driver left the Accident scene and he and his bus were stopped outside Redding said officer Gary Hughes. The victim was Robert waterhouse 59, of Redding 30-year Veteran Driver planning to retire this year said members of local 1384 of the amalgamated Council of greyhound local unions. Quot i cannot accurately say if it was intentional or if it was just an unfortunate incident a said Redding police investigator Ole Olson. He said the Driver was held for questioning but police said he Hadnot been arrested. Initial reports to greyhound indicated the Driver did no to realize he hit the picket said company spokesman George Gravley in Dallas. Company officials were told the striker was crushed when the bus backed up As the Driver tried to Man Euver around a pickup truck whose Driver was try ing to Block the Way out of the terminal Gravley said. The replacement Driver Theodore Graham of Portland ore., had worked for two trucking companies and had a Safe driving record with both of them according to his application to greyhound Gravley said. During the bus lines last strike in 1983, a striking greyhound Driver was killed near Zanesville Ohio when he was run Over while standing in front of a bus being used to train replacement Drivers. A grand jury declined to indict. The amalgamated Council which represents More than 9,000 employees including All 6,300 Drivers and most maintenance and office workers went on strike Friday after negotiators in Scottsdale ariz., failed to reach agreement on pay issues. No talks were scheduled. Greyhound chairman Fred g. Currey said saturday the company was operating 25 percent of its system and would continue increasing operations each Day. He said an additional 700 Union covered employees had crossed picket lines since noon Friday pushing to 1,800 the number of Union members on the Job. Of that number however Only about 350 were Drivers. The company also has 700 new hires. In Chicago two people were slightly injured by flying Glass fonday when a sniper fired two shots at a greyhound bus leaving the City Illinois state police said. Passengers on a bus arriving in Des Moines Iowa also said strikers fired four shots at their bus As it left Chicago. Late Friday a Cook county judge in Chicago issued a temporary restraining order restricting picketing at greyhounds Chicago terminal and garage. The order also prohibits Union officials from directly or indirectly causing the use of any violence or Force. Honolulu apr thousands of workers at some of Hawaii a biggest hotels walked off the Job saturday leaving some guests without fresh sheets and towels and otherwise disrupting the states $6-billion-a-year tourist Industry. The strike was called about 3 30 . By local 5 of the hotel employees and restaurant employees Union which has 7,500 members said spokesman Rod Rodriguez. The unions membership had voted to authorize a strike by a 97 percent margin earlier in the week in the dispute Over pay and benefits. The strike affected 11 hotels that account for one of every five hotel rooms in Hawaii and two of every five hotel rooms in Waikiki the states main tourist destination. Many hotels were forced to Cut Back on meal and room services As managers scrambled to take the places of the strikers. Most of the hotels that were struck closed their restaurants and snack shops and the hotel restaurants that remained open had Buffet service rather than waiting on tables. There Are Many restaurants unaffected by the strike in walking distance of Waikiki hotels. Maid service was Cut severely. Many guests did no to get fresh sheets or towels unless they asked and those who did get maid service waited for hours. Quot its unfortunate considering what in a paying for a room a said Jennie Peters of Huntington Hills Mich. Quot we re not thinking of leaving Union and management leaders agree even on what the last contract offer contained. Bill Crawford executive director of the Council of Hawaii hotels said the Union rejected a four year Deal that called for annual wage increases of 5 percent plus hikes in benefits that boosted the total package to around 7 percent a year. 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