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Saturday, May 20, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Saturday, May 20, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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Cost o
aO a
W ASHINGTON A' -- Lower
grocery prices helped keep over-
all livinge costs 10 a retlatively
modest rise or tso-trnths of one
per cent in Aprili and the pur-
chasing power of workers' aver-
age pay showed record gains, the
government said yesterday.
Price declines for meats, poul-
try.eggs atsd Iresh vegetables
aere major factorsin the over-
all drop of two-tenths of one per
cent for groceries, said the re-
port by the Bureau of L a b o r
Statistics.
Higher prices for men's cloth-
ing, used cars, restaurant meals
and housing caused most of the
living costs rise that pushed the
Consumer Price Index up to
124.3 per cent of its 1967 base
of 100.
This meant is cost $12.43 last
month for every $10 worth of
typical family spending five
years ago for food, housing,
clothing, transportation, medi-
cal care and recreation.

Davisnear-l y 'defenseless'
Angela Davis leaves the courtroom in San Jose yesterday.
Davis' lawyers are cutting down the list of defense witnesses
and say they plan only an "abbreviated defense" in the murder
conspiracy trial.
BUSING OPPOSED.-
Platform---_from, blaek
convention diselosed-

-LAST SHOWS TONIGHT-
D.A. Pennebaker's historic performance documentary
IN COLOR
Monterey Pop
featuring: JANIS JOPLIN, JIMI HENDRIX,
OTIS REDDING, THE WHO, JEFFERSON AIRPLANE
on incredible and unique festival, a beautiful film record

7:30 & 9:30 p.m.

conspiracy $ recdr
330 Maynard free cider, etc.

WASHINGTON (A) - A Black
Agenda, drawn up at the Na-
tional Black Political Convention
at Gary, Ind., tn March, was
released yesterday amid renew-
ed controversy over two of its
resolutions.
"There was sharp difference
of opinion concerning so me
items," Gary Mayor Richard
Hatcher, one of the confer-
ence's three co-chairmen, ack-
nowledged.
The agenda included resolu-
tions condemning "forced racial
integration of schools" by bus-
ing and "the Israeli government
. . for her expansionist policy
and force of the sovereign terri-
tory of another state."
"While there was not absolute
unanimity on the total contents
of this document," Hatcher said
at a news conference, "still the
general consensus underlying its

creation ... was impressive and
unifying."
Also taking exceptions w it h
the two resolutions were Rep.
Charles Diggs (D-Mich), a co-
chairman; and the Rev. Walter
Fauntroy, congressional dele-
gate from the District of Colum-
bit, chairman of the confer-
ence's platform committee.
"We feel obligated to point
out the resolutions concerning
Israel and busing are not re-
presentative of the vast majority
of black Americans," Diggs said.
"But we vigorously support the
aims of the National B I a c k
Political Convention."
The caucus, of which both
Diggs and Fauntroy are mem-
bers, has supported busing as a
necesary tool in the desegrega-
tion process.

,NEXT WEEK: Ann Arbor Dance Theatre Company-Friday-Sunday
TUES. & WED.: Peter Sellers, Goldie Hawn-GIRL IN MY SOUP

love-
letters

ODE TO THE
PRETZEL BELL
Ever try to write an ad
You want to rhyme but every
line seems out of time
It's said-an ad that's bad.
Fortunately, the groups at
the "Bell" are never sad,
or bad, or out of time, or
without a rhyme-they're
all just fine-come on-
down and listen some time--
there's never a cover but
sometimes there's a line
if YOU'RE not on time-
any dress is fine-
But please-someone--
bring us a proper rhyme.
Sat.-Silver Wing
Sun.-Chuck Johnson
9:30-1 :00-NO COVER

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