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Page 2-Saturday, May 26, 1979-The Michigan Daily
PERSONAL WEEKLY EARNING LEVEL DROPPED
Fuel prices boost consumer prices 1.1 per cent
By UPI and AP50 per cent annual rate, based on in- months after the president's anti-in- Department, was a shade worse than
creases since the start of the year. flation program was instituted, there's March's one per cent; a shade better
WASHINGTON-Fueled by the THE HIGH inflation rate gouged a "not ahell of alot" the government can than February's 1.2 per cent.
highest jump in gasoline prices since big hole in the typical consumer's do to moderate rising costs for those Last month's readings put the Con-
the 1974 Arab oil embargo, consume pocketbook in April, as real weekly necessities sumer Price Index at 211.5, meaning it
prices soared by another 1.1 per cent in earnings declined by a record 2.6 per Kahn gave this advice to consumers: took $211.50 to purchase goods and ser-
April-and the government said cent from March, the department said. * "Buy pork, not beef." Beef and veal vices that went for $100 in base-year
yesterday it is largely up to the pur- Real weekly earnings refers to how prices took a 4,1 per cent leap in April, 1967.
chasing public to stop the spiral. much money a consumer has to spend but pork went down 1.7 per cent. * AFL-CIO President George Meany,
Gasoline prices shot up six per cent in for goods, services and taxes after . "Use less gasoline." Gasoline pr- recalling the administration's plea last
April but food, housing and other taking inflation into account. .ices rose 6 per cent. October for six months to prove its in-
energy costs also continued to advance President Carter's chief economic * "Don't speculate in new houses." flation-fighting effort could succeed,
rapidly during the month to sustain in- advisers blamed surging energy, food Housing prices rose 1.3 per cent in said that April's report "proves that the
flation at a 13.2 per cent annual rate and housing prices for the high inflation April, and mortgage rates increased 1.9 program is a flop."
through the first four months of 1979, rate. per cent. CHARLES SCHULTZE, chairman of
the Labor Department reported. But Alfred Kahn, Carter's chief in- THE 1.1 APRIL rise in overall con- the Council of Economic Advisers, said
Gasoline prices alone were rising at a flation adviser, admitted that seven sumer prices, reported by the Labor "substantial rises in energy prices in
the U.S. and around the world are oc-
curring with the end not yet in sight."
Kahn said the government is unable
to do anything directly to stop oil-
exporting countries from jacking up
prices or to force food and housing
prices to ease. That is because the main
causes for rising energy, food and
j housing costs are beyond the reach of
Carter's voltntary price guidelines, he
CAMPUS CHAPEL LORD OF THE LIGHT LUTHERAN STUDENTS said.
(One Block North of S. University CHURCH Join us for Sunday School and Worship One thing the government will do,
and Forest) (The Campus Ministry of the ALC-LCA) PACKARD ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH said Kahn, is investigate whether the
1236 Washtenaw Ct. Gordon Ward, Pastor Packard & Stone School Road oil industry is violating either the
Rev. Don Postema, Pastor 801 S. Forest at Hill St. Sunday School-9:45 a.m. government's mandatory price con-
10 a.m.-Service of Holy Communion. 11:00 a.m.-Worship Service. Worship-11:00 a.m. trols or Carter's voluntary guidelines
6 p.m.-Service of Reflection on the * * * For transportation-call 662-6253. for refining.
Psalms. UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL SEPARATELY, THE Agriculture
* * * Serving the Campus for LCMS * * * Department asked yesterday for a
ST. MARY STUDENT CHAPEL Robert Kavasch, Interim Pastor FIRST UNITED METHODIST special inquiry into why food prices
(Catholic) 1511 Washtenaw Ave. CHURCH jumped so much in April. Department
331 Thompson-663-0557 663-5560 124 S. State St. officials said they were surprised to see
Weekly Masses: No midweek Worship. (Corner of State and Huron) that prices during the month jumped 0.9
Daily-Mon.-Fri. 5:10 p.m. One Sunday Service at 9:00 a.m. Worship Schedule: per cent-nearly twice what had been
Saturday-7:00 p.m. Holy Communion every other Sun- 8:30 a.m.-Holy Communion in the expected.
Sunday-7:45 a.m., 9 a.m., 10:30 day. Chapel. The Labor Department also reported
a.m., noon, and 5 p.m. * * * 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.-Morning Wor- that the buying power of an average
Right of Reconciliation-4 p.m.-5 AMERICAN BAPTIST CAMPUS ship in the Sanctuary. blue-collar, non-farm, production or
p.m. on Friday only; any other time CENTER at FIRST BAPTST CHURCH Church School for All Ages-9:30 non-supervisory worker with three
by appointment. 512 E. Huron St.Cu63-9376 a m. and 11ga.m. dependents declined 2.4 per cent
* * * Jitsuo Morikawa, Minister Choir Rehearsal Thursday-7:15 because of inflation in April, and has
CHURCH OF CHRIST ntC. dropped 4.5 per cent over the past 12
CHURCH.OFSCHRIST Worship-10 a.m.-"Church Growth: pM.emonths.
Acrossrom Pioneer High) Growth in Unity-Mr. Morikawa. Dr. DonasljB. Strobe Officials said the buying power drop
Schedule of Services: * * * Rev. Fred B. Maitland was due largely to two unusual fac-
Sunday-Bible School-9:30 a.m. Dr. Gerald R. Parker tors-the April trucking strike, which
Worship-10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Education Director: Rose McLean reduced the number of hours worked,
Wednesday-Bible Study-7:30 p.m. William M. Ferry Intern: Carol Bennington and the fact that Good Friday fell
Koinonia Carl R. Geider during the week of the department's
(A Bible Study for college students) Carl R. Ge idermonthly survey.
Qevcso vusip

For information call 662-2756
Wilburn C. Hill and Larry Phillips,
Evangelists
Transportation: 662-9928

Services of worsnp
Sunday 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.
Student Fellowship meets at 7:00
p.m.

Do a Tree a Favor:
Recycle Your Daily

"WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?" '
Psalms 2:1 and Acts 4:25

E phesians 2:8,9, says: "For by grace are ye saved through
faith; and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God: not of
works, lest any man should boast." Time and again have
heard great men, and good men, quote this passage and
follow it up by saying: "There Is nothing you can do, ab-
solutely nothing to get saved, itIs the gift of God." Such ad-
vice usually brings to mind the passage where a man asked
Christ if there were few that be saved, and His answer."Strive
to enter In at the straight gate: for many, I say unto you, will
seek to enter in, and shall not be able."-Luke 12:24. The
writer is not concerned about upsetting anothee's doctrine,
unless it Is a doctrine that uses one Scripture to cancel
another Scripture. In the "temptation scene" when the devil
quoted a Scripture to offset the Scripture Christ acted upon,
Christ told him he was "tempting God" We should all be
greatly concerned lest any be found tares and offensive and
"food for the furnace fire" in that day, when they are sup-
posed to be, and think they are, good wheat for the Master's
garner. The Bible does not contradict itself. Apparent con-
tradictions are the result of our blindness, stiff-neckedness,
and uncircumcision of the hearit
"And, oh, what a weeping and walling, when the lost were
told of their fate. They cried for the rocks and the mountains
to fall on them and hidethem from the face of HiIm thatsitteth
upon the throne, andfrom thewrathoftheLamb.Theycried,
but their cry was too late."-Rev. 614-17.

"Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter. Fear God
and keep His commandments; for this is the whole duty of
man. For God shall bring every work Into judgment, with
every secret thing, whether It be good, or whether it be evil."
Eccles. 12:13, 14. REPENT, TURN FROM EVIL, AND MAKE
YOURSELF A CANDIDATE FOR "THE GRACE OF GOD
THAT BRINGETH SALVATION!"
Once heard of a Negro woman who got up in a Church
Testimony meeting and spoke about as follows:"God put the
Rainbow in the sky to tell us He was not going to drown the
world again with water.But justlabout sver sinceHe has been
advertising that He is going to 'BURN HER UP WITH THE
WICKED' WHO DON'T REPENT ANID QUIT THEIR EVIL
AND DEVILMENT! HowIs it that we keep loving and serving
the devil and this evil world?"
In the Sermon on The Mount, Matthew 5:48, Christ sald:
"BE YE THEREFORE PERFECT, EVEN AS YOUR FATHER
WHICH IS IN HEAVEN IS PERFECT!"
The writer wishes to make a special and urgent request of
any who may agree with him 100%, and that Is that daily you
"TAKE TO THE LORD IN PRAYAR THE MATTER OF OUR
WORLDS IMMORALITY, VILENESS, LACK OF CHASTITY,"
remembering The Scriptures reveal souch things provoke the
visitation of THE WRATH OF GOD BY FIREI Remember the
NegroWoman'sTestimonyl ItisFaithfultoGod'sTestmonyf
timonyl

REMBRANDT SHOW
NEW YORK (AP)-"Rembrandt and
the Bible," an exhibition focusing on 50
prints as well as some drawings and
paintings that illustrate both Old and
New Testament subjects, is on view at
the Metropolitan Museum of Art
through June 10.
The museum says, "The exhibit will
explore Rembrandt's lifelong
fascination with Biblical themes and
will provide an opportunity to study his
brilliant achievements as a graphic ar-
tist."
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
(LISPS3441900)
Volume LXXXIX, No. 19-S
Saturday. May 26, 1979
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