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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, February 13, 19741

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HRP hits
landlord
group
(Continued from Page 1) j
outside the offices of Wright, Grif-
fin, Davis, and Co., a public ac-:
accounting firm that is coordinat-
ing the efforts of Citizens Opposed,
to Rent Control.
The press conference was inter-
rupted when building manager Bill
Hobbs pulled the plug of a cable
station's television camera and
summoned the police. Hobbs ex-
plained that "nobody asked my per-
mission" when asked why he put,
an end to the conference.
HRP leaders then tried to move,
the conference into the offices of
Wright, Griffin, and Davis, but
Hobbs got there first and told the
office workers to lock their doors.
FOLLOWING their eviction from
the offices, HRP moved to City
Hall to finish the conference out-
side of Mayor James Stephenson's,
ofin esponse to the landlord effort
HRP urged city renters to with-
hold $S from their next month's
rent and divert it to HRP to help
pass rent control.

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City Con
Burger
By ROB MEACHUM
The City Planning Commission
last night held a series of public{
hearings, one of which centered on;
the proposed construction of a
Burger King restaurant at the
corner of E. Liberty and Maynard.
Of the 25 people who attended
the hearings, six spoke out against
the proposal while only two sup-'
ported it. Not surprisingly; theI
two who supported the proposal;
stand to gain financially if the
building is constructed.
The proposed structure will be
three stories high, with Burger
King occupying 5,000 sq. feet in
the basement. The remainder of
the building would be offices.
THE FIRST speaker, A student,
set the tone for those against the
restaurant. "There is no need for
another fast-food chain in the area
-one (Gin's) is enough," he said.
He added thattheabuilding would
be an eyesore, that there would
be a litter problem, and that traf-
fic in the area would become in-;
creasingly congested.I
Beth Brunton, representing the!
Human Rights Party, called the4
proposal "an obnoxious looking
three story building." She reiter-
ated that "Gino's is enough."
Commission Chairman Jack
Laird agreed that "Gino's was a
real tragedy."
BILL MARTIN, a developer and
one of those in favor of the pro-
posal, went to great lengths to
explain the history of the site.
When told that he had only 5 min-
utes in which to state his opinion,
Martin became enraged and
stormed away from the micro-
phone.
As he left City Hall with fellow
supporter and architect Lawrence
Brink, Martin was heard to say

King hearings

"I am soooo pissed."
Matt Posner, who owns the In-

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dian Summer Restaurant, ex- ANOTHER student said angrily
plained that some local restaur- "if Burger King comes, so then
anteurs held a meeting about the will Kentucky Fried, Arby's, and
proposal, and came out in opposi- other fast-food chains and before
tion to it. we know it, they'll be building a
One student went so far as to K-Mart around the corner." He
question the purpose of public said that he didn't represent any
hearings since the commission particular campus organization,
"never listens to the public any- but was merely "echoing the sen-
way." He argued that the only sup- timents of other students."
porters of the McDonalds, for a In "two or three weeks," the
proposed Maynard St. site, were commission will vote on whether
developers, yet the proposal was or not to recommend the proposal
sent to the City Council, with the to the City Council. There will be
commission's support. audience participation prior to the
He threatened that the com- vote, just as there was before the
mission "had best start listening] McDonalds vote.
French disagree with
conference proposalrs
(continued from Page 1) American oil companies operating
quoted sources who said Saudi in the Arab world and for a with-
Arabia, the largest Arab oil pro- drawal of Arab deposits from U.S.
ducer, will demand soon that four banks.
American companies give up their IN OTHER developments yes-
shares in the Arabian American terday:
Oil Co.-Armaco. 0 The Guit Oil Corp. announced
IRAQ HAS been one of the most that it earned a record $800 mil-
vociferous opponents of U.S. Mid- lion in 1973, a 55.8 per cent in-
dle East policies since the Arab- crease over the year before. Gulf,
Israeli war last October. the nation's fourth largest oil corn-
"Iraq will not take part in the pany, earned $447 million in 1972.
Tripoli conference because it is * The Federal Energy Office
designed exclusively for discuss- ruled yesterday that gasoline sta-
ing the possibility of lifting the '"tions and other fuel retailers
,anti-U.S. embargo," the broad- which sell only to their regular
cast said. customers are violating federal
Arab oil ministers gather in Tri- law.
poli tomorrow. The Internal Revenue Service
Iraq cut off oil to the United began notifying its field offices to
States last fall, but was the only urge consumers to complain if
Arab country that refused to cut they are barred from buying gas-
x back the amount of oil going to oline or diesel fuel in favor of a
Western Europe and Japan. Iraq regular customer.
has said the embargo against the " An apparent high bid of $117.8
United States was not enough to i million was offered yesterday for
"punish" Washington for its sup- the second tract of public land op-
port of Israel during last October's ened for oil shale development.
Arab-Israeli war. THE BID was $93 million lower
Iraq has since been campaign- than the $210.3 million bid for the
ing for a total nationalization of first such lease last month.

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