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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, February 16, 1973

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, February 16, 1973

INFLATION SETBACK:
Wholesale

price

By AP and Reuters gest jump in 22 years.d
WASHINGTON - President Nix- The administration has set as itsa
on's anti-inflation program re- target for this year an inflation ,
ceived another setback yesterday rate of two-and-a-half per cent or '1
with the announcement that the less by the end of 1973. o
Wholesale Price Index rose sharp- Rising fears of growing infla-Ia
ly once again last month. tion was one of the factors whicht
During January the Index rose
1.3 per cent, with food prices
again responsible for most of the
increase.;">>«:.r<<t
The Bureau of Labor Statistics x
(BLS) noted- significant price
rises for meats, fresh vegetables,
eggs' and processed poultry. ..
Also, there were big rises in such
farm products as livestock, live
poultry plant and animal fibers,X
m ilk and wheat...::.::..:::...::::: . - '£::---i;
The BLS said the increases inz ~>:=:='4s<
farm products could be blamed on
the effects ofysevere weather
and exceptionally strong export
demand . .";
The rise in farm products alone
The only declines wvere for fruit h. n.-r
and oil seeds and grains other than MARSHALL MASSEY
wheatDISCIPLE OF GURU MAHARAJ JI
One of the main reasons for WILL SPEAK AT
concern with the figures released
by the Labor Department is that Friends Meeting House
over the past six months the Index 1416 HILL STREET, ANN ARBOR
has been rising at a seasonally ad- SATUR DAY, FEB. 17
justed annual rate of 8.9 per cent. 730 P.M.
The Nixon Administration has ADMISSION: FREE
expressed its determination to re- INFO: 663-5988
duce the substantial gains in food
prices at both the wholesale and
consumer levels and has taken a
series of actions to increase the }
supply of raw agricultural products
and meat shipments, on which im- n
port quotas have been lifted FRI DAY FEB 1E
But it still expects that food r 6
prices will continue to increase
during the early part of this year ON
until the supply measures have
time to take effect.
The only glimmer of hope in
the figures was that the rise was
less than that in December, when
it gained 1.8 per cent - the big

s rising
depressed the stock market and,
according to some financial ex-
perts, was one of the factors con-
tributing to the dollar's weakness
overseas, which eventually led to
a devaluation of 10 per cent earlier
this week.
"There is a musk deer
which has musk hidden in its
belly button, always giving
off a scent, and this scent {
intoxicates the deer.sn
He is naturally attracted to
it, yet does not know from
where it comes. So he looks 4
everywhere for the source.
You are just like, this musk
deer. You run around search-
ing for the light, the abode
of peace and understanding, a
and all the time it is inside
you. But you don't know it.
Come to me, I will give j
you peace.
-Guru Maharai A
AT NOON'
HEART OUT-

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with
KAIMOWITZ
HRP MAYOR FEB. 19
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THEN BE SURE TO COME TO THE
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SUNDAY, FEB. 18 -1:00 p.m.
MICHIGAN UNION BALLROOM
Learn about student-owned housing on campus.
All Campus Co-ops will hold open houses for all
those interested in visiting them after the Mass
Meeting.
14 Houses on Central, Campus(f
~~ 9 Houses on North Campus
Inter-Cooperative Council

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ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE!
SINCLAIR IN THE SECOND
"If we get out and
vote, we can begin to
t take over City Hall.
That's what it means
to say ALL POWER
TO THE PEOPLE!"
"HRP will be a real alternative when people are involved both before and AFTER
the election."
1 Dave will hold regular informal meetings in dormitories and in neighborhood
houses for people to discuss their ideas and to find out what's going on.
2. He will make his telephone number (761-1729) and his address (1520 Hill
St.) available so people can bring their problems and suggestions to him.
3. He will help set up public hearings to deal with specific issues like police mis-
conduct.
4. He wil help create "community control" commissions in areas like budget pri-
orities.
WHO SUPPORTS DAVID SINCLAIR?
BOB BEYER-Professor of Chemistry BARBARA RICE-Children's Community Center
LEXA BROOKS--Children's Community Center DAVID ROCK-Book Dept. Manager, U Cellar
JOHN BUTLER--Pass Ii, On Freedom School LINDA ROSS-HRP Steering Committee, RPP
STEVE CARTER-Black Student Union BOB RUDNICK-HRP Steering Committee,
JOHN COLLINS-HRP Steering Committee, RPP WNRZ-FM
JOHN CURTIS-Black Student Union LENI SINCLAIR-HRP Steering Committee,
ELLEN FRANK-Teaching Fellow, RPP
American Studies LEONARD SKLAR-HRP Steering Committee,
MADISON FOSTER-Professor, School of Youth Liberation
Social Work DREW SPARKS-Organizer, Ozone Parade
ALEX HAWKINS-Director, Off Campus MARIA TENORIO-Coordinator, Project
Housing Community Child Care Program
JESSE HOOD-Founder, Native American DONNA WALDERMAN-Trainer Women's
Child Protection Council Crisis Center
JIM HOOD-Chief Steward, Local 1733, MARY WREFORD-Counselor, Platt Road
International Association of Firefighters Juvenile Home
BOB HAUERT-Program Director, gMICHIGANeCOMMITTEE FOR PRISONER'S
Office of Religious Affairs RIGHTS

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Pictures talk.
Some little boys don't.

Some inner-city ghettos have special schools. For little
boys who don't talk.
Not mute little boys. But children so withdrawn, so afraid.
of failure, they cannot make the slightest attempt to do any-
thing at which they might fail.
Some don't talk. Some don't listenL Most don't behave. And
all of them don't learn.
One day someone asked us to help.
Through Kodak, cameras and film were distributed to

to hide." They began' to explain, to describe, to communicate.
And once the channels of communication had been opened,
they began to learn.
We're helping the children of the inner-city. And we're
also helping the adults. We're involved in inner-city job pro-
grams. To train unskilled people in useful jobs.
What does Kodak stand to gain from'this? Well, we're
showing how our products can help a teacher-and maybe
creating a whole new market. And we're also cultivatin

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