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THE MICHIGAN DAtLY

Saturday, August 2, 1975

AN- - -eroePat

TTV
4:30 4 13 NBC News-Tomo
Brokaw
S My Partner the Ghost
51CBS News--Dan Rather
30 Fore
57 Jean Shepherd's
America
7:002 CBS News-Dan Rather
# Profles in Black
7 24 ABC News-Ted
Koppei
15 l8e Maw
13 20 Lawrence Welk
30 One Million Strong
2057 Firing Line-Buckley
7:30 2 $25,000 Pyramfid

4 Masquerade Party
7 Treasure Hunt
9 Police Surgeon-Crime
Drama
24 Let's Make A Deal
8:00 2 11 All in the Family
4 13 Emergency!
7 24 Keep on Truekin'
9 Baseball
The Philadelphia Phillies
vs. the Expos in Montreal
20 Religious Revival
30 56 57 Philadelphia Folk
Festival
50 That Gould Ole Nash-
ville Music
1:30 2 11 The Jeffersons-
Comedy
50 Night Gallery
9:40 2 11 Mary Tyler Moore
4 13 Movie-Drama
"Goodbye Again" (1961)
7 24 Movie-Comedy
"Money from Mome"
(1954)-Martin & Lewis
6057 Charles Ives-
An American Original-

Music
50 Perry Mason
9:30 2 Bob Newhaft
- 11 Adams Family Singer
-In quest of Freedom
- 20 Temple Baptist Church
10:00 2 11 Moses the Lawgiver
-Drama
20 709 Club
30 57 Ferril, Etc.-Drama
50 Lou Gordon
56 Movie-Drama
"Port of Call." (Swed. '45)
10:30 3057 Boarding Rouse-
Music
11:00 27 11 News
9 CBC News-George Fin-
stad
24 ABC News
30 Janaki-Exercise
11:15 ABC News
9 A look Back
24 Movie-Scienee Fiction
! Vampire Mon of the
Lost Planet" (1969)
11:20 4 13 News
11i:56 2 movie'-Comedy
",Catch as Catch Can."
(Italian; 196)
7 Movie-Western "Rio
Conches" (1060)
9ovie--Tbrine
"Snake People" (Mexiran;
190) A snake cult and
zombies on a voodoo-
dominated island.
11 Movie-Adventure
"Tares Bulba" (10962)
Gogol's story of the Cos-
sack leader whose son
betrays him for love.
20 Right On-Music
50 Movie-Thriller "The
Torture Chamber of Dr.
Sadism" (German; '69)
11:5i Johnny Carson
13 Movie-Drama
"The Killing Game"
(French 1967)
1:20 4 News
1:30 2 Movie-Drama
"Stolen Fare." (English
1952)
7 Movie-Adventure
"Thunder in the East"
(1952)
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MONKEY BUSINESS

In the News Today-
National
WASHINGTON-The nation's unemployment rate took a
surprising drop to 8.4 per cent in July, the government re-
ported yesterday, giving the first hint that the nation's
recovery from recession may be stronger than predicted.
Although an 8.4 per cent jobless rate is still extremely high-
compared with 5.3 per cent in July, 1974-most government
economists have been predicting the rate would Stay close to
9 per cent during most of this year. "Perhaps this indicates
an economic recovery is just a bit further advanced than
we'd anticipated," said James Pate, assistant secretary of
commerce for economic affairs. He said he had expected a
jobless rate of near 9 per cent in July. But Julius Shiokin,
commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, said that
while he is encouraged by the drop in unemployment in July,
he is not yet prepared to say recovery from the recession Is
under way.
State
DETROIT-Editorial employes at the Detroit News over-
whelmingly approved a new contract yesterday, averting a
threatened strike at the largest evening circulating news-
paper in the nation. Willard Hatch, chief negotiator for News-
paper Guild Local 22, said the vote was 106-23. Union offi-
cials recommended approval of the contract early yesterday
after suggesting rejection of the pact just the day before.
"
Weather
It'll be hazy, hot and humid today with a good chance of
thundershowers. High's today will be in the upper 80's with
lows tonight in the lower 70's. There is a 30 per cent chance
of showers today with a so per cent chance tonight. Good
things can't last forever . . .
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