THE MICHIGAN DAILY
In the news
OTTAWA - The United States and France
settled their long-standing and potentially shat-
tering dispute yesterday over the nature of
consultations within the North Atlantic Trea-
ty organization. The final understanding clear-
ed the way for formal release tnday of a de-
claration of principles outlining a new relation-
ship for the Western military alliance. The
ministers concurred that the declaration will
not contain a legal requirement that the Unit-
ed States consult with fellow NATO members
on such things as its negotiations with the
Soviet Union. Instead, the declaration will do
more than express a political commitment for
each of the 15 NATO members to consult
WASHINGTON - After a 24-hour delay, the
Senate confirmed John Sawhill as the govern-
ment's new energy chief. The vote was 87 to
4. The action came after Sen. James Abourezk,
D-S.D., called for rejection of the nomination
as "a clear signal to the administration that
the Congress is fed up with fuel pricing policies
that fleece the public for the benefit of the
major oil companies."
LANSING - A suburban Detroit physician
convicted of negligent homicide in the abortion
death of an Ypsilanti woman was ordered yes-
terday to stop practiicng medicine until a
formal hearing is held on whether to revoke
or suspend his license. The Michigan Medical
Practice Board (MMPB) summarily suspend-
ed the license of Dr. Jesse Ketchum, 57, on
charges stemming from a New York abortion,
for immoral conduct and for performing a.
shoddy abortion in April. The MMPB ordered
Ketchum, now practicing in Huntington Woods
under an assumed name, to appear before the
July 11 hearing to decide whether to suspend
or revoke his license, place him on probation
or merely reprimand him.
The campus outlet of Wagner's Clothing
store will close after 126 years in Ann Arbor,
it was announced yesterday. The store, locat-
ed at 313 S. State, was claimed by competi-
tors to have overextended itself financially.
Wagner's stores in Plymouth Mall, Briarwood
and in Goodyear's store will remain in oper-
Better than average? With a southwesterly
flow of mild moist air into our area today
we will enjoy morning sunshine. Since a storm
system is heading towards us we will have
mostly cloudy skies in the afternoon but little
chance of any rain. Tonight skies will be
partly to mostly cloudy and milder. Highs to-
day will reach 76 to 81 with lows falling to
56 to 61 at night.
6:30 2 11 CBs News-
4 13 NBCaNews-
7 ABC News-Smith/-
9 1 Dream. of Jeannie
20 Nanny and the Professor
24 Dick Van Dyke
30 Speaking Freely
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
7 To Teu the Troth
9 Beverly H illlies
11 To Tell the Truth
13 What's My Line?
20 Woods and Wheels
24 Bowling tor Dollars
5 Regional Citizens
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 24 Sale of the Century
7 Ozze's Girls
13 Truth or Consequences
20 enny MLain
30 French Chef
1:00 2 11 Bobbie Gentry
4 13 Chase
7 24 The Cowboys
50 Male's Navy
56 Common Ground
8:30 7 24 Movie
"A Message to My Daughter."
20 Judd oe the Defense
30 Ohio This Week
50 Merv Griffin
56 To Be Announced
9:00 2 11 Cannon
4 13 Movie
"One, Two Three" (1961)
30 Toledo City Council
56 Bill Moyers' Journal
9:30 20 Seven Hundred Club
S56Joyce at 34
10:00 2 11 oala
7 24 Doc Elliot
50 Perry Mason
56 Fear Woman
10:30 56 It's Your Turn
11:00 2 4 7 11 13 24 News
9 CBC News-Lloyd
50 Sixth Sense
56 It's Your Turn
11:30 2 11 Movie
"Seven Golden Men" (1965)
4 13 Johnny Carson
7 24 Razle Dazzle
Rock 'N' Rou
20 Jimmy swaggert-Religion
"Escape fromI Bed Rock"
12:00 9 Movie-Western
IF YOU VALUE YOUR
PRIVACY, WATCH FOR
Wednesday, June 19, 1974
Women are invited to a meet-
ing to organize a women's :om-
munity center tonight at 8 p.m.
in the Union's third floor confer-
ence room. Ideas and energy
are needed. The center could
provide a meeting house, lib-
rary, resource center, c o f f e e
house, and artistic base for lo-
Ozone House needs volunteers.
If you are interested in working
with young people, Ozvne can
train you for runaway counsel-
ing, family counseling, y o u t h
advocacy and crisis intervention.
To sign up, come to the ozone
office at 621 E. William or call
769-6540. Training begins Tues-
day, June 25.
Dr. K. Roesner will s'seak on
"Stability of a Taylor Vo=-'ex
Flow with an Imposed Temper-
ature Gradient" today at 4 p.:n.
in Room 229 West Engineering
A general meeting to organize
support for the Argus Optics
employes now on strike will be
held today at 619 S. Division
at 6 p.m. For information, call
"The Tall T." (1957)
1:00 4 Tomorrow-Discussion
7 13 News
1:15 2 Movie
"Untamed Women." (1952)
2:00 4 shadows on the Wall
2:30 4 News
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Volume LXXXIV, No. 30-5
wednesday, June 19, 1974
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