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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three

Nixon

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more physicians

WASHINGTON () - Citing
"inequities and deficiencies" in
the nation's health care system,
President Nixon asked Congress
yesterday to target more money
for the training of general medi-
cal practitioners.
He also asked for a greater
voice for local authorities in plan-
ning local health programs.
IN A SPECIAL message, Nix-
on predicted that the numbers of
doctors will total 500,00 by 1985,
a 50 per cent increase over 1970.
However, he said they might not
all choose to work where they.
are most needed.
The President said he will sub-
mit legislation designed to shift
the focus of federal support for
medical education to those train-
ing to become primary care doc-
tors, and to encourage them to
practice in rural and other areas
without adequate health services.
Nixon also called for a gradual
shift from federal operating sub-
sidies to medical schools to Jirect
aid to studentsthrough loans
and scholarshiaps.

'Home, James'
John Mitchell's chauffeur holds the door as the former attorney general leaves the federal court-
house in New York City where he and former Commerce Secretary Maurice Stans are on trial for
conspiracy and obstruction of justice.
CUSTOMERS ANGR*Y:
Violence caused by ine-ups

By The Associated Press
Long lines and short tempers
are adding up to violence at some
gasoline stations around the na-
tion.
An Associated Press spot checK
yesterday showed scattered re-
ports of arguments and fi s t
fights among motorists. There
have been assaults on station at-
tendants as well as accide'its.
some fatal, in several areas.
WEEKENDS ARE the worst.
"I really don't know what hap-
pened," said Charles Wood, an
Atlanta, Ga., station attendant
as he described a series of fist
fights on Sunday. "Just all of a
sudden, all hell broke loose."
Wood said there were six sep-
arate fights - ended by police
who made all the drivers get in-
to line. "I say let 'em figat it
out," commented Wood. "If they
get bent fenders, it ain't my
fault."
A gas station attendant in San
Jose, Calif.,told police he was
attacked !by four men and a wo-
man who tried to push to the
head of the line. The attendant,
said he fended them off by spray-
ing them with gasoline.
IN OXNARD, Calif., polic'e ar-
rested a 22-year-old man a n d
booked him for assault with a
deadly weapon after he alleged-
ly ran over a service station
manager who tried to stop him
from barging in front of 130 cars
waiting for gasoline. The station
manager was treated for leg in-
juries.

A Florida service station at-
tendant, Homer Youngblood, 54,
of Bradenton,; Fla., was killed
Feb. 9 when crushed between two
cars waiting in line for gasoline,
Police said one of the autos
jerked forward, sniashinn into
Youngblood and the car he was
servicing.
Authorities in Los Angeles re-
ported fist fighis at three service
stations last weekend. They also
said that a fire station driveway
and an exit ramp from the Santa
Monica Freeway were blocked by
lines of cars 'vaitng to get gas-
oline at two difforent stations.
Rationing plans have helped in
some areas. Hoaoiulu. authorities
said they had no reports of vio-
lence since a mandatory odd-
even plan took effect Jan. 28. Be-
fore that, they said, one man was
charged with felony assault for
attacking another motorist" with
a tire iron during a wait on a
gasoline line and another man
REHEARSAL PIANIST
AUDITIONS
rehearsal pianist needed
for
"ANNIE GET YOUR GUN"
AUDITIONS SATURDAY,
FEBRUARY 23-10 A.M.-1 P.M.
Call 761-2247 for oppt.
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Building
201 Mulholland
(off W. Washington)

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Offer good until February 27, 1974
Offer good for pickup, dine-in or
FAST!! FREE DELIVERY!
663-0511
Offer good for Pickup or FREE DELIVERY
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was charged with obstructing THE PRESIDENT also said he
traffic when h refused to move would submit a bill that would
after the gasoline line was cut off authorize the Department of
just in front of im - Health, Education and Welfare
In the Borough of Brooklyn, a to support local health planning
motorist who was angry over get- boards representing the public,
tinrg only $3 wch 1of gasoline left the medical profession, insurers
the station, reaurned later with and elected officials.
a gun and shot the a: .endant in Noting that "much of our
the arm, health care is delivered in a hit-
ANOTHER BROOKLYN motor- -Or'miss fashion" with too f e w
ist was hoisted on his own petard. communities offering a balance
He refused to leave a gas sta- of medical services, Nixon said:
tion without getting more fuel. "The delivery of health care
The station owner got a tow must be planned and guided in
truck. The motorist put on his the states and communities by
brakes. The tow truck moved for- those persons who best under-
ward. And the car's front bumper Istand the health problems zf the
came off. people and localities concernei."
THIRD WORLD PEOPLE'S
SOLIDARITY CONFERENCE
EVENTS FOR THURSDAY,
FEB. 21-POWER CENTER
7:30-Introduction, opening of conference
8:00-Pat Sumi, chairperson, Third World
Women's Alliance
9:00-Chicano Theatre, Teatro de los Estudiants
9:40-Ramsey Muniz, co-founder Raza Unida Party,
presently gubernatorial candidate in Texas
10:40-Conclusion
1 1 :00-Questions
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BOOK SALE
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An indescrete sale of hardback books that have
O accumulated in Louis's attic. Hundreds of single c
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59c), politics, history, cooking and lots of chit-
dren's books. Titles are added daily to the clearance
table. A little patience in looking through the c
rubble is rewarded with some fine books cheap.
No book more than 1.98, lots at 69c, 59c, 29c. Plus ,
an expanded selection of good ones at 1.00 to
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O SUMMER SALE CONTINUES:
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NIXON ALSO spoke of rising
health care costs and asked for
continuing authority to restrain
cost hikes under economic stabil-
ization program controls.
Much of the ground Nixon cov-
ered was a repetition of mater-
ial provided in his new federal
budget or in his earlier message
on a proposed national health in-
surance plan.
Thus, he said, he has asked for
a $600 million appropriation for
cancer research "to maintain
,health, prevent serious illne s
and properly use the health ser-
vices which are available to
them."
Working toward this end, he
said he would establish an office
of health education and will as-
sist in launching a private 'N:n-
tional Center for Health Educa-
tion.
Ladies' and Children's
Hairstyling a Specialty...
Appointments Available
Dascola Barber shops
Arborland-971-9975
Maple Village-761-2733
E. Liberty-668-9329
E. University-662-0354
People! Music! Food!
PRESENTS
Tony CECERE, french horn
Frank NEZWAZKY, piano
performing
BEETHOVEN: Sonata for horn
and piano, op. 17
CHERUBINI: 2nd Sonata
for horn
SCRIABIN: Romance
GLIERE: Nocturne
EVERYONE INVITED
No musical knowledge necessary!
Thurs., Feb. 21, 8 p.m,
E. Quad Greene Lounge
Scrumptious CINNAMON
CRUNCH coffee cake
served afterward
ADMISSION Sc
Further info 482-5858

Italy's Triumph antTenror
Monumental triumphs have greeted LUCIANO PAVAROTTI wherever he
has appeared: the Metropolitan Opera, La Scala, Covent Garden,
Vienna Opera, Berlin Opera, and others. ". . . a man blessed in
multiples, beautiful full lyric voice, technique and charisma
that tells us he is in love with life," writes a New York critic
after his debut there. His first Ann Arbor appearance next week
includes arias by Caldara, Pergolesi, Durante, and Verdi; and
songs by Bellini, Gounod, Bizet, Verdi, Tosti, and Rossini.
Recital on Wednesday, February 27, in Hill Auditorium at 8:30.
Tickets from $3.50 to $8.50.
&MkUSICAL ~OIT
BURTON TOWER, ANN ARBOR
Weekdays 9-4:30, Sat. 9-12 Phone 665-3717
NOTE: Rush tickets, $2 each, available at Hill Aud. box office Wed., Feb. 27, from 4-4:30,
no choice of seat location, limit, 2 per person.

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