UAW President Stephen P. Yokich, who used to head the unions' GM Dept., says he can work with Mr. Smith, but he has harsh words for J.T. Battenberg III,'s president. The UAW struck two key Delphi brake plants in Dayton, OH, during March for 17 days, effectively closing down GM. The strike reportedly cost GM $900 million in lost production, but suppliers in late June say they've already made up most of the shortfall. Saying he has "no respect...whatsoever" for Mr. Battenberg, Mr. Yokich is asked what the GM executive might do to repair their relationship. "Quit" is the union chief's terse replay.