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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

I hursday, April 19, 1973

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Import quota removed
to avert oil shortage
WASHINGTON (Reuter) - President Nixon yesterday suspended
quotas on oil imports as part of a wide ranging program to avert a
looming energy crisis and a threatened shortage of gasoline and home
heating fuels.
Nixon removed all existing tariffs on imported crude oil and
petroleum products and permitted supplies to enter the United States
duty free.
He also suspended direct government control over the quantity of
imported crude oil and refined products.
Under the new system, holders of current licenses may import
petroleum exempt from fees up to the level of their 1973 quota allo-
cations,
Nixon's move was accompanied by a request to Congress to remove
government restrictions on the price of newly located natural gas, used
for industry and home heating, and an urgent appeal to the American
people to conserve energy.
He said in a message to Congress industry must design products
that use electricity more effectively and that Americans must turn off
unneeded lights - as the late President Lyndon Johnson did in the
White House - make sure their cars were properly tuned, and cut
the use of heating and air conditioning.
The president's action in suspending all quotas was aimed at bring-
AP Photo ing in more foreign oil on an emergency basis for the short term,
while developing domestic production in the long run.
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GENE WILDER in the best fantasy since "Mary Poppins"!

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TONIGHT! APRIL 19th-ONLY!

7 & 9p.m.

AUDITORIUM "A", ANGELL HALL-$1. Children 50c
tickets for ali of each evening s performances on sale outside the auditorium at 6 p.m.

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Building life's molecule
Kadrian Seeman (left) and John Rosenberg, graduate students at MIT, put the finishingt
a model of a basic segment of the genetic chain of ribonucleic acid (RNA),
MAY HELP TRADE:
Sovies suspend exit tax o
Jews immigrating to Israe

WASHINGTON (Reuter) - Pres-
ident Nixon has received written
assurances from the Soviet Union
that it is suspending education tax-
es on Russian Jews who emigrate
to Israel, congressional leaders re-
ported after meeting the President
yesterday.
Proposed legislation, backed by
three-quarters of the Senate and
more than half the House, threat-
ened to block trade concessions to
the Soviet Union unless it removed
the barriers to emigration by Rus-
sian Jews.
Senate Republican Leader Hugh
Scott (R-Pa.) told a press con-
ference after yesterday's White'
House meeting, that the Russians
promised to suspend implementa-
tion of the education tax under
which some Jews with graduate de-
grees have been charged up to'
25,000 dollars to emigrate to Israel.
"I now understand permission to;
emigrate will be granted except on
very limited matters of s t a t e
security alone," Scott' said.
Scott said he understood t h e
Russian decree passed last y e a r
will remain on the books, but its
operation will be suspended.
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Nixon discussed the message
from the Russians with a group'
that included Sen. Henry Jackson ;
(D.-Wash.), author of the pend-
ing legislation that would prohibit
lowered tariffs and granting of
trade credits to nations charging
more than nominal fees for would-j
be emigrants.
The amendment has threatened
attempts to expand American-Rus-
sian trade.
Scott said: "The White House

Ronald Ziegler said Ni
group he has exchange
tive communicationsv
of the Soviet Union on
emigration of Soviet
ially with respect tot
was passed in August.
Ziegler said the Pres
ly urged the members
to work for passage o
that would grant M
Nation tariff treatmen
exports to the United S

A'R T7ROT
A Tour of Ann Arbor Artists' Studios
DISPLAYS SALES DEMONSTRATIONS
in pottery, printmaking, weaving, painting, polyester casting
APR I L 28, 29-11-6 p.m.
Brochure and Map available at THE UNION GALLERY
ARTISTS: KaIwaic-Wolfe-Pittenger-Khanno-Bear-Cole
Savageau-Dibert-Alber-Remsen-Urdang-Crowel -Furtaodo
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
April 19 and 20
Luis Bunuel's
With Catherine Deneuve. The adventures of a wife who
turns to prostitution. Surreal, sado-masochistic and
totally bizarre. It's terrific!
7 and 9:05 Architecture Auditorium $1.00

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t to Russian
tates.

is deeply concerned about a n y The President said the legisla-
action by congress which w o u 1d tion was essential for his entire
cause the Russians to reverse their policy of working to relax tensions
present policy of restraint." between the United States and the
White House Press Secretary Soviet Union.
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THE U. M. PLAYERS GUILD Presents
JOHN GUARE'S
The House of Blue Leaves
APRIL 19, 20, 21-8:00 p.m.
ARENA THEATRE-Frieze Building
ALL TICKETS $1.00
tickets on sale, days of performance,
at the door 5:00-8:00 p.m.

BASS LESSONS
STEVE CHALL, currently working with OKRA, will
be taking appointings for private instruction. Call-
Ann Arbor :Music Mart
9:30-9:00 MON.-SAT.
769-4980 336 S. STATE ST.
Project Community & Rainbow Multi- \hdi present
RAY CHARLESwSO,'73. CHARLESMINGUS
LIGHTNIN' HOPKINS.- ORNETTE COLEMAN- LUTHER
ALLISON - TheJOHNNY OTIS Sow "
LEON THOMAS + HOUND DOG TAYLOR - YUSEF LATEEF
SUN RA "J.B. HUTTO & the HAWKS - ROOSEVELT SYKES
MORE ARTITS TO 13E ANNOlUN FEO

STUDENTS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND
THE STUDENTS RIGHTS PARTY
PRESENT A
BAIL BOND BOOGIE
TO FREE PUM PLAMONDON
FEATURING
DETROIT,
WITH
RADIO KING
AND HIS
Court of Rhythm
AND
Bone Meal
TONITEI
South Quad Dining Room
ADMISSION $1

1973-74 Series on Sale

TEQUILLA
NIGHT
AT
71/e cehe
341 S. MAIN
769-5960
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Get your tickets now!
Series tickets are available during April for students who will be
out of town for the summer.
SERIES TICKETS ONLY ($16.00) available at the Michigan Union ticket
desk, World Headquarters Records (330 Maynard) in Ann Arbor, and Ned's
Bookstore in Ypsilanti. MAIL ORDER - certified check or money order
only to ANN ARBOR BLUES & JAZZ I ESTIVAL 1973, Box 381, Ann
Arbor, MI. 48107. Please include stamped, self-addressed envelope with
your order for speedy processing.

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$2.0 8:3C
MARSHALL
DODGE
downeast humor
"Bert & I"
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LAW SCHOOL FILM
"CAT BALLOU"
FRIDAY, APRIL 20
HUTCHIN HALL

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