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Sunday, January 9, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Sunday, January 9, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven ~

Mondale t
Japan in f
(Continued from Page 1) #
pected economic summit this C
year.,c
"I EXPECT THIS trip to pro- t
vide for a frank exchange of d
viewpoints in other vital areas,a
including East-West relations, f
the European Community and g
the NATO alliance, the Middle
East and Cyprus, the world en- I
ergy situation and various trade G
and monetary problems," he!s
said. I
The president-elect said out- a
going Secretary of State Henry d
Kissinger has been informed of c
all preparations and overseas
contacts involved in planning c
the trip. He denied such spade- t
work represented any infringe- s
ment of President Ford's an- w
thority to conduct foreign poli- n
cy. l
Carter also disclosed he has
received messages from Brezh- i
nev, but said "there has been
no major breakthrough" in thec
stalled negotiations on a sec-
ond-stagerstrategic arms limi-
tation agreement.
"I WOULD HOPE we would
make substantial progress be-
fore we would meet at a (U.S.-
Soviet) summit," Carter said.#
In other news concerning the
new White House administra-
tion it was learned Carter will,

name forme
Tim Kraft a
secretary.
Sources al
designate Dr
psychiatrist
in favor of1
na, to behi.
on drug abus
BOURNE
advisory pos
when Carte
there and hea
ington office
dential camp
Sources sai
tap Kraft as
retary, makii
keeper to the
Greg Schnei
sonal aide du
asked that he
for the post.

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ise.
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aded Carter's Wash-
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appointments sec-
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Stravel to EuropeCOMMERCE DEPT. ISSUES FORECAST:
.i 77 economic growth to dip
1r t a s n Jo WASHINGTON (om) - The rate ment over the last half of 1976, million, domestic producion
of growth in the economy this when economic growth was at should hit a record-tying 9.7
S-hneiders, who joined the was delayed because of the year will probably be slower annual rates of 4.5 per cent for million due to a lower share of
arter campaign as a luggage Schneiders' development, which than last year, the Commerce the July-September quarter and import sales than in 1973 and a
arrier and rose to one of Car- caused Carter some personal Department said yesterday. But:39 per cent for the final three restocking of inventories. That's
er's most trusted aides, with- pain. it added the growth should be months. a 12.8 per cent production gain.
Irew himself from consideration CARTER SO FAR has only enough to reduce unemployment -Construction. The special-
fter an FBI check turned up officially announced two ap- without stimulating inflation. KENDRICK estimated that ists projected an 11 per cent
inancial problems i his back- pointments. Jody Powell to be The broad economic assess- even without stimulus, growth gain in construction spending to
round. his Press Secretary and Rob ment was given by chief econ- should be srong enough to cut $157.5 billion. Private residen-
KRAFT, 35, OF Noblesville, ert Lipschutz, an Atlanta at- omist John Kendrick as part of unemployment, currently at 8.1 tial construction, which provided
nd., will be one of the few non- torney who served as his cam- the agency's annual industrial per cent, to an average of seven most of the force in turning con-
eorgians on the White House paign treasurer, to be White outlook publication. It was writ per cent for the year. struction around last year, is
taff. He managed Carter's House counsel. ten before President-elect Car-j He said current policies iply still expected to be the major
fforts in several key primaries otner wno will -hold high ter unveiled his $30 billion econ- slow progress in reducing the force this year, with housing
nd was his national field level positions in the White omic stimulus package Friday. unemployment rate afer 1977. stars climbing 13 per cent to,
irector during the presidential House inner circle were Hamil- I
ampagn.Jordn i"This would suggest the need 1.7 million units.
ampaign. ton Jordan, Carter's campaign KENDRICK SAID the rise in for new economic policies if the e
Soerces said Kraft's "politi- manager, and Jack Watson, the consumer prices in 1977 is pro- nation is to return to relatively o-Retail trade. Commerce i
al expertise" led to his selec- Atlanta attorney who has been jected to remain close to last full employment by 1980 fnd s resaw a 9.5 per cent growth in
ion for the post. He was ob- in charge of the transition of- year's gain of less than six per! muraneously continue to unwind depl salesto a billion, with i
erved on the job yesterday fice. cent. from inflation," he said. spending setting the pace. Horn
hile Carter was holding a Carter also is expected to With the help of the govern- applinces, tue and oe
ews conference on the front name to his staff Margaret ment's massive computer model BEYOND THE general eccn- alances, furniture and other
awn of his home in Plains. "Midge" Costanza, Vice Mayor of the U.S. economy, Kendrick omic outlook for the nation, the cale gos were expected to
Carter said he will announce of Rochester and one of his forecast a growth rate of five Commerce review assessed the accoent f r 32 ear scent fal
is staff selections early in the! women's advisers, and Georgia per cent in the volume of total prospects for 200 major business il sal
oming week. The announement State Sen. Ben Brown, a black. economic output this year with sectors accounting for 85 per
the possibility of "somewhat cent of the naion's manufactur-
faster" growth through z tax ing shipments. Join The Daily t
rebate and other stimuli. Here is a breakdown 'he re- Arts Department!I
That's a slower pace of growth port gave on some key indus- A
DON'T WASTE than the six per cent expected tries:
for 1976 as a whole when the -Automobiles. Although sales
YOUR BREA TH final figures are tabulated. Butof 11 million for the year will
that would still be an improve- fall short of 1973's record, 11.4
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Alleged Soviet spy
jailed without bail
(Continued from Page 1) swered, the complaint said. Ro-
The official FBI statement galsky then urged Nekrasov to
said Rogalsky was interested provide classified, top tsecret
specifically in the U.S. space; documents, the FBI said, and
shuttle program. last Wednesday Rogalsky told
AUTHORITIES said Rogalsky Nekrasov that Karpov wanted
had been under surveillance for a document "containing secret
six months before his arrest. satellite communications" data.
They said he held nearly a doz- The FBI and RCA officials
en meetings with the RCA en- I refused to elaborate on what
gineer Paul Nekrasov, who was kinds of projects Nekrasov
secretly cooperating with the worked on. They said, however,
FBI. he was involved with the space
After many of the meetings,! shuttle program, an unclassified
Rogalsky reported to Karpov, project.
the FBI said. Agents said in- An RCA spokesperson said
formation was passed to [ar- Nekrasov was being guarded by
pov, but no data vital to U.S. the FBI in a secret location
national security reached the after Rogalsky's arrest.
Soviet Union.
Nekrasov, a senior project en- AT THE ARRAIGNMENT yes-
gineer at RCA's Astro Electron- terday, U.S. Atty. Jonathan
ics Division in Hightstown, be- Goldstein said that although Ro-
gan feeding unclassified infor- gaisky was unemployed he ap-
mation to Rogalsky in October! parently had enough money to
1976, the FBI said. flee if he were freed. He said
ON NO. 7,1974 RoglskyRogals ky had boasted to Nekra-
ON NOV. 7, 1974, Rogalsky svta envrfae en
told Nekrasov that Karpov was soy that he never feared being
his Russian contact and that he caught because he would be
wanted certain questions an- able to raise bail.

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