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18—The Daily Collegian Monday, April 9, 1984
ealth care a problem as Egypt's best leave country
By DALIA BALIGH
Associated Press Writer
CAIRO, Egypt Thousands of Egypt's best
doctors are leaving the country for better pay
and working conditions at a time when the
government is struggling to maintain health
services for its 46 million people.
Government figures show that a quarter of
the 6,000 students graduating annually from
the country's medical schools eventually
leave Egypt for the West or other Arab states.
The Ministry of Health estimates that about
8,000 Egyptian doctors are working abroad.
'Most wanted' fugitive still being sought
By The Associated Prose '
- MIAMI Fugitive Christopher Bernard Wilder,
sought in the disappearances of eight young women
this year, once said on a dating service videotape
that he wanted "to meet and enjoy the company of
a number of women."
"I have a need to meet and socialize on a more
wider basis than I have been doing," he said on the
videotape, made in 1981. •
The 39-year-old race car driver has been charged
with the abduction and murder of one woman and
the kidnapping of a second, and is suspected in six
other disappearances, the FBI says.
He was added to the FBl's "Ten Most Wanted
Fugitives" list Thursday, but was still at large
yesterday despite a nationwide manhunt.
:The FBI released the videotape Friday to TV
stations nationwide "so young girls can know what
he looks like and what he sounds like," said FBI
agent Dennis Erich. "And God forbid, if he ap
preaches you, don't go near the guy."
The eight-minute color tape shows a smiling
Wilder describing his needs and the type of woman
he is seeking.
"It tells us a lot about his personality," said FBI
spokesman Chris Mazzella. "It's rather an impor-
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Many of the estimated 60,000 doctors who
have remained face long hours, overcrowded
hospitals and low, government salaries.
A young doctor who has completed the
mandatory six years of university courses
plus one year each of internship and "national
service" can expect to earn $55 a month, the
starting salary in a government clinic.
Most graduates have no choice but to work
in government hospitals because of the ex
pense required to set up more lucrative
private practice. Official figures for 1977, the
most recent available, show that only one of
every 45 doctors works full time in private
"I want to date. I want to meet and enjoy the
company of a number of women," Wilder said on
He complained that he has worked too hard, too
long, building his successful contracting business
arid wanted more time to play.
"This is a new - change in myself, hopefully," the
Australian-born. Wilder said, speaking with a slight
lisp but no accent. "I'm going to start doing some
getting out and away, specifically from work ...."
The FBI declined to reveal the name of the dating
service, saying the firm was promised confidential
ity. Nor would it say whether the service had
matched Wilder with any clients.
According to the FBI, Wilder approaches attrac
tive young women in shopping malls and identifies
himself as a photographer, which he has been. He
then comments on the woman's appearance and
potential as a model, and tries to persuade her to
accompany him for a photo session, the FBI said.
The FBI first charged Wilder with kidnapping a
Tallahassee woman on March 20 and taking her to
Bainbridge, Ga., where she managed the next day
to break away. The woman identified her abductor
as Wilder, said FBI assistant director Oliver Rev
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The highest salary paid to any government
employee is $6OO a month and that goes to
"We teach the students until they graduate
and then let the (other) Arab countries have
them," said Dr. Galal Mahmoud, director
general of public hospitals at the Health
vMinistry. "The best graduates are the ones
Most of them are "officially loaned" by the
Health Ministry to Arab countries, but others
leave independently, some permanently.
So far, the government has decided that it is
On Friday, he was charged in a Geary County,
Kan., District Court warrant with first-degree
murder, felony murder, aggravated kidnapping
and rape in the death of Suzanne W. Logan, 20, of
Oklahoma City, who was abducted from an Oklaho
ma City shopping center March 25.
Authorities said the Kansas case bears similari
ties to the death or disappearance of six other
women, including an 18-year-old woman who was
reported missing from Grand Junction, Colo.,
March 29, and a 17-year-old who disappeared April
1 from a Las Vegas shopping mall.
The' news of the manhunt for Wilder has startled
his associates in Boynton Beach, where his con
struction business is based, and Boca Raton, where
his auto-racing team is located.
Fred Freimann, a Boynton Beach mechanic who
worked for free on -Wilder's Porsche 911, said he
was taken in by the man.
"The man fooled me, I can tell you that,"
Freimann said. "Not even the slightest slip. Noth
ing, absolutely nothing, indicated the man had
The only thing Freimann said he considered
"strange" about Wilder was that he didn't have a
girlfriend even though he "isn't bad looking,"
owned a $60,000 Porsche, a Cadillac and a home.
better to let them go, hoping they will send
much-needed hard currency home to their
families in Egypt.
Mahmoud said the number of doctors grad
uating annually from Egyptian universities
was sufficient to serve Egypt's present needs.
But with the population growing by nearly 1
million a year, some officials fear there could
be shortages soon.
Already, the government is encouraging
specialists in anesthesia, bones, x-rays and
psychiatry to stay because of shortages in
"We are committed to providing medical
Beatle museum opens
By The Associated Press
LIVERPOOL, England A mu
seum devoted to the Beatles
opened.yesterday in the Liverpool
nightclub district where the four
rock musicians began their climb
to international fame more than 25
Queenie Epstein, mother of for
mer Beatles manager Brian
Epstein, formally opened "Beatle
City" in the former warehouse on
Seel Street that houses the exhib
its. Abbut 300 fans were present.
"The opening was an enormous
success and very, emotional for
some fans who were in tears,"
said Ron Smith, spokesman for the
He said the museum presents
the Beatle "experience" from the
band's start to the death of John
Lennon who was shot in front of his
care for all Egyptians," said Dr. Mustafa.'
Taha Hammam, undersecretary at the
But most of the nearly 200 government
hospitals are overcrowded, and lack adequate
medical equipment. „,
The United States had about one doctor for
every 500 people in 1981.
Egyptian newspapers and magazines fre;
quently criticize the health system. One re ;
cent magazine published a cartoon showing a
man scheming to get rid of his mother-in-law.
"I'll send her to a social insurance hospi
tal," the man said. "That'll take care of her."
New York City apartment on Dec.
The museum contains more
than 1,000 pieces of Beatle mem- 4.
orabilia, Smith said, and he ex- ,
petted up to 500,000 visitors by the
end of the year.
Admission is $2.85.
Exhibits include the bus from
the Beatles' film "Magical Mys
Tour," Ringo Starr's custom
ized car, guitars, stage clothing,
posters and world tour photo
Smith 'said the collection was
started by his brother, Terry, who
bought 100 items of Beatles mem
orabilia at a Sotheby's auction in ;
London in 1982. Since then, the ,
English Tourist Board and the :•J
Liverpool City. Council have con
tributed , funds, and friends and
fans of the Beatles have donated
souvenirs, he said.
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