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In the news
BRIDGEPORT, Conn.-A jobless high school
dropout was charged Friday with setting a fire
that turned a crowded Port Chester, N.Y.,
discotheque into an inferno in which 24 young
persons died. Authorities said the young mats
set the blaze in a toy chest of a bowling alley
nursery to cover up a burglary of the prem-
ises. The building was adjacent to Gulliver's,
a restaurant-discotheque in a commercial com-
plex that straddles the New York-Connecticut
state line north of New York City.
WASHINGTON - Wholesale farm and food
prices fell sharply in June but industrial
prices continued to soar, lifting the Wholesale
Price Index 0.5 per cent. It was the smallest
increase in eight months. The June increase,
reported Friday by the Labor Department, is
equivalent to an anuual inflation rate of 6
per cent. Although far below the 1.3 per cent
rise in May when prices climbed at a 15.6

this morning
per cent annual pace, last month's increas
was still high by historical standards. Th
figures gave further evidence that inflatio
has shifted from the food area into industria
commodities. Economists regard this asa
more ominous sign because, unlike farm price
which move up and down, industrial pric
hikes tend to become locked into the economy
They also mean higher retail prices ahead.
Be sure your batteries are charged up s
you can head out to the beach tomorrow
With highs in the mid 80's and sunny skies, i
will be a great time to catch up on your tan
The night will bring fair skies and low's
around 60. Sunday will be another beautifu
day with more of the same. The chance o
precipitation is "near nil" says the weather
man and a calm breeze is expected, traveling
8-1S miles an hour.

Around A
A day long conference called
e "Women on the Job" will be
e held today on the second floor
of the Michigan League. The
n discussion is sponsored by the
I American Federation of State,
a County, and Municipal Emplo-
yees (AFSCME) and will get
e under way at 9:00 a.m. The
. program will focus on the prob-
lems women face in hiring, pro-
motions, etc.
The American Indian Move-
ment Support Committees of
Ann Arbor and Toledo have
scheduled a rally at the Custer
r monument in Monroe, Mich. to-
day at 1:00 p.m. Cars will be
t leaving from the Union at noon.
. People with room in their cars
s and people who need rides
1 should assemble at the north
f entrance.
g The Ann Arbor Cooperative
Aarens Cmmittee will hold
a #'Co-ops Care Festival" today
- to celebrate the city's sesqui-
centennial beginning at 2 p.m.
in West Park. The program fea-
tures folk singing, Hawaiian
dancing, a Karate demonstra-
tion, and other attractions.

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* anynen d
Probably not. Allthingsconsidered you do
what you do pretty doggone well. After all, no one
has taken your job. And youhe eating regularly.
But have you everconsidered what doing your
job just a little better might mean?
Money. Cold hard coin of the realm.
If each of uscaredjust a smidge more about
what we do for a living, we could actually turn that
inflationary spiral around. Better products, better
service and better management would mean savings
for all of us. Savings of much of the cash and frayed
nerves it costing us now for repairs and inefficiency.
Point two..By taking more pride in-our work
we'll more than likely see America regaining its
strength inthecompetitive world trade arena. When
the balance of payments swings our way again we'll
all be better off economically.
Soyousee-the only person who can really
do what you do any better isyou.
A Amel m.i~ rs

6:00 2 4 11 13 News
9 Taran
20 Movie
"Golden an." 199
30 University Forum
30 Star Trek
56 57 what's The Big Idea?
6:30 4 13 NBC News-Tom
7 24 Reasoner Report
11CBSt News-Dan Rather
39 asboqusari
7:00 2 CBs News--Dan Rather
4 George Meret
7 Town Meeting
S PolceS Surgeon
i nee Raw
13 50 Lawrence Wek
24 Wrestling
3 Ton Owe St To Torself
14 Masterpee Theatre
57 Behind the LInes
7:30 2Wil.WldWorideef
4 Johnny Mann's Stand up
and Cheer
7 Word of Survival
9 Beverly Bibtdlles
30 Consumerame
8:00 2 1 All In the Family
4 13 Emeegenyl
7 24 Partridge aily
S The Jury
20 Movie
"The She-Creature." 195
30 Carrascolendas
50 That Good Ole Nashville
57 Boboquivar
1:30 2 11 MOA*S*S
7 24 Movie
"Cry Panie," 1974
9 Whiteoaks of JIna
30 s6 57 Hollywood
Television Theatre
50 Merv Griffin
9:00 2 11 Mary Tyler Moore
4 13 Movie
"The Apartment"
9:30 2 11 Bob Newhart
9 Blass This House
20 Temple Baptist Church
30 56 7 Resolution of Mssie
10:00 2 11 Barnaby Jones
7 24 Owen Marshall
9 Inside Canada
20 seven Hundred Club
50 Lou Gordon
10:30 in the Mood
11:0 2 7 11 News
9 CBC News-George
24 ABC News
11:15 7 ABC News
9 A Look Back
24 Don Kirshner's
Rock Concert
1:30 2 Movie
"The Hangman." 1959
4 13 News
7 Movie
"Cast a Giant Shadow." 196
9 Movie
"Pony Soldier." 1952
11 Movie
'Sea of Grass." 1947
s0 Movie
"House on Haunted Bill" 1959
12:00 4 Johnny Carson
13 Movie
'The Projected Man."
(English, 194)
1:30 2 Movie
'God's Country." 1144
4 Saturday Rock
7 Movie
,Every Man a ing," (Israeli;
1t News
2:80 13 News
300 2What's My Line?
3:30 2 News
7 Collage
4:00 7 News
Daily Official Bulletin
Sunday, Jly 14
Day Calendar
TV Ct.: Bureaucracy. WWJ TV.
chacnel 4. noon.
Outing Club: Huron St. Entry-
way, Rackham 1:30 Pm.
Monday, July 15
WUOM: Rep. Donald Reigle, D
1G. 40th anniversary. AA Planned
Parenthood Federaton 10:10 am.
A-VC r.:"Lke Other People",
And. 3. MLB 7 pm.
Music tel.: Midsuner 'Pp'
arlllone'r, H:Ladd. Burton Tower,
7 pm.
MscSoleacety: . Johanneses.
pianist Rackham And., 8:30 pm.
General Notices
Att. veterans: deadline to request
Advance Payment on V.A. ane-
fits for Fanl term. 174 is getting
ear; veterans who wish to receive
Advance Payment should complete
request form in Veterans Oertifica-
In Oe.. 114 L A Mdg.; deadline
for Law & Dental students, July
19; fo- other students. July 31.
Volume LXXXIV, No. 40-S
Saturday, July 13, 1974
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