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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, December 8, 1972

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, December 8, 1972

WHOLESALE PRICES RISE
Hopes die for inflation r

WASHINGTON (iyp) - Wholesale
prices surged ahead sharply in
November, the Labor Depart-
ment said yesterday in a report
that almost kills government hop-
es of slowing the rate of infla-
tion to at least 3 per cent by
year's end.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics

said that the wholesale price in-
dex increased by 0.6 per cent in
November, the biggest monthly
increase since July and a con-
trast to slower price rises at the
wholesale level in September and
October.
The report revealed that whole-
sale prices have gone up 5.4 per

Court rules on labor case3
By AP and Reuters ed, the members agreed that de-
WASHINGTON - The Supreme fectors were subject to a $2,000 fine.
Court ruled yesterday that labor I Thirty-one members eventually
unions cannot fine workers who quit the union during the lengthy
quit the union during a strike and strike and went back to work. The
return to their jobs. local tried to fine them a day's
The 8-1 decision, written by Jus- wages for each day worked.
tice William Douglas, held that a The court agreed with the Na-
union has no more control over a tional Labor Relations Board that
former member "than it has over the fines were illegal under the
the man in the street." 1947 Taft-Hartley law.
The case involved a strike in In a second ruling the court held
1968-69 by the Textile Workers Un- unanimously that tenants in apart-
ion, AFL-CIO, against the Nashua, ment complexes have a right un-;
N.H., plant of the International der the 1968 federal civil rights
Paper Box Machine Co. All but one law to sue landlords on charges of
member of the local voted to discriminating against black appli-

cent in the first full year of Pre-
sident Nixon's wage-price con-
trols.
This was more than the 5.2 per
cent increase in wholesale prices
that occurred on the eight months
before Nixon froze wages and
prices Aug. 15, 1971. Controls of-
ficially started Nov. 14, 1971.
At Camp David, Md., where
Nixon met yesterday with his top
budget advisers, press secretary
Ronald Ziegler said "we do not
regard the November increase"
in the wholesale price index "as
a sign of worsening of the in-
flationary process."
While saying the fight against
inflation must continue, Ziegler
said, "we have made significant
strides in bringing the rate of
inflation down."
The administration, in the past,
has claimed that price controls
have reduced the rate of infla-
tion by more than one per cent
in the past year.
Ziegler repeated that Nixon
wants to hold federal spending

ate drop
and said efforts to do that were
on the agenda for the budget
meeting yesterday at the moun-
taintop retreat.
The November price increase
was caused by a number of com-
modities, the bureau said. Food
went up 0.6 per cent, largely be-
cause of price rises of fresh
vegetables, eggs and dairy pro-
ducts. Prices of clothing, furni-
ture, passenger cars, lumber,
leather, some textile products,
coal, hides and skins and natural
gas all were up. Meat prices de-
clined.

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