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Saturday, September 6, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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INFLATION MAY RISE:
Job scene

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WASHINGTON (P) - The na- slower
Lion's job picture showed some cent an
encouraging improvement in July bu
August but wholesale prices historic
zipped ahead, deepening con- puce i
tern that the economic recovery flected
may bring a return of high in- FOR
flation. ists sai
The over-all unemployment suggest
rate last month remained at 8.4 back f
per cent, the same as in July, since t
the Labor Department reported
yesterday. However, joblessness
in key areas-among adult men
and household heads-improved sat
*and total employment increased is edite(
for the fifth straight month at the 1
OFFICIALS said the figures phone 7
workerspaid at
indicated that many factories Publish
were recalling workers laid off Sunday
during the depths of the. reces- rty yea
Arbor,P
s1on. rates: $
In a separate report, the gov- $11 ioca
ernment said wholesale prices $12 non
rose eight-tenths of 1 per cent fo reign
as increases for industrial com- day ti
modities morerthan offset sharp Subscrii
declines for farm products. (campu
IThe rise -- equal to an annual (Michig
rate of 9.6 per cent - was at a
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rate than the 14.4 pert
nnual rate of increase in
ut still extremely high by
cal standards. Wholesale
ncreases usually are re-1
later at retail.
D administration econom-
d the employment figures
ted the economic come-
rom the worst recession
he 1930s might be accel-
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVI, No. 3
turday, September 6, 1975
d and managed by students
University of Michigan. News
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ghtensi
erating. But they voiced con-I
cern over the price report, par-
ticularly the six-tenths of 1 per
cent jump in industrial com-
modity prices.
An indication of the improv-
ing job picture was the contin-
ued gain in total employment,
reaching a seasonally adjusted
85.4 million last month, fa figure
275,000 higher than in July.
The August figure was 1.6
million higher than the 83.8 mil-
lion Americans who held jobs
in March, the month before em-
ployment began to advance.

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UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (P) approve placing the American the United Nations' expanded
The Kremlin has complained technicians in the Sinai buffer role under the new Egyptian-
about a provision in Secretary of zone. Israeli agreement, signed Thurs-
State Henry Kissinger's latest day in Geneva with the Soviets
Middle East accord that would "I EXPECT that when the So- boycotting the ceremony.
place about 200 U.S. technicians viet foreign minister comes to Well-placed sources said So-
in Sinai, but Kissinger yesterday New York, that he and I will viet Ambassador Jacob Malik
predicted he would be able to have an extended conversation indicated his government was
persuade the Soviets to drop! on the subject of Sinai and I displeased that the provision on
their objections. believe that at the end of that the U.S. technicians had been
Kissinger also told newsmen iconversation we will reach an Iagreed to without the Soviets
during a visit to the United Na-' understanding . . . I don't ex- having been consulted.
tions that he was "fairly op- . . One U.N. source predicted
timistic" that Congress would pect that we will face an in- that the Soviet Union, which
soluble problem." disapproves of the agreement,
Asked whether he expected might refuse to pay its share of
I O te d the Soviets to raise objections the cost of the U.N. force. But
a tanother source said the Rus-
at the U.N. Security Council, sians could hardly object to
s e which oversees U.N. peacekeep- something both the Egyptians
ear ing operations, Kissinger re- and the Israelis agreed to.
plied, "I think that by the time -
it gets to the Security Council
surge we will have talked to the So- COMING
viets and others and gotten it to the Union
DETROIT (') - Fuel-stingy straightened out."
foreign cars grabbed a near- Soviet Foreign Minister An-! Jim Rempe
record share of the U.S. auto: drei Gromyko is expected in
market in August, as sales of Ne a laeransmonth for POCKE BILLIARD
domestic models slumped to aNe Yokltrtimnhfr PO K TBIL AR
five-year low for the month. Ihis annual appearance at the' EXH IB ITI ON
While imports chalked up an- U.N. General Assembly. THURSDAY, SEPT. 24
other strong sales performance,
Ford Motor Co. announced KISSINGER met for over an 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Thursday it would import a! hour earlier today with Secre- IBALLROOM
minicar from Europe to sell in
the United States during the tary-General Kurt Waldheim on 1
1977 model year.
Chairman Henry Ford II said!
the new car would be his com-!
panys longtermdresponseo -
both the recent import invasion
and the new U.S.-built minicar s s "
which General Motors Corp. is 0
debuting this fall. G Nielsen's has been into growing many of our
On the labor front, _GM said .
Thursday that special unemploy- , own plants and flowers since 1934.
ment benefits for thousands of 0
blue-collar workers still on long- Located by Island Park, we are closer to you
term layoff have been exhaust- A
ed for a second time this year. than you think. We feel you'll find it worth your U
The mostly small imports
captured 21.8 per cent of the while to hike, bike, or bus your body down to get
American market in August. It 1
was their highest share this year acquainted. All are welcome to stroll through our
and just missed their all-time two acres of greenhouse, use our free Peoples'
record penetration for a single t
month of 22 per cent set in Potting Bench, or linger under our India Rubber
Eight of 21 imports set sales Tree.
records for the months includ-
ing four reporting all-time Our staff is here to answer plant questions,
monthly sales highs. .,
Japan's Datsun had record and we have a wide assortment of plants and care
sales of 30,978 last month to be-
come the No. 1 importer for the , accessories.
first time ever. Toyota, which
was the import leader in June
and July, fell to No. 2. 1 ru I .L V

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