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May 10, 1972 - Image 12

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Page Twelve


Wednesday, May 10, 19~72

t Russian disapproval
:. r kllkills German treaties

Impeach the President!'
Former Sen. Eugene McCarthy is interviewed as he walks
through a mass of anti-war protesters in Los Angeles yesterday.
McCarthy told a news conference that Congress should start im-
peachment proceedings against Nixon "as the only way to shock
th.President into a change of policy."

BONN (A) - Chancellor Wil-
ly Brandt reached a compromise
with opposition leaders yester-
day for passage of his East-
West treaties, but the deal fell
through hours later because of a
negative Soviet reaction.
Rainer Barzel, leader of the
opposition Christian Democrats,
said his party would oppose the
treaties if they came to a par-
liamentary vote today as had
been planned. A spokesman for
Brandt's regime acknowledged
"difficulties caused by the Sov-
iet reply."
The Soviets apparently were
cool to a Brandt-Barzel deal re-
treating from the view of the
pacts as "a legal basis" for the
existing borders. of divided Ger-
many until they can be perman-
ently fixed in a World War II
peace treaty yet to be negotiat-
Barzel's announcement made
an early end unlikely to the 12-
day war of nerves in Bonn's
deadlocked legislature.
The opposition chief said his
party still basically supports
the compromise reached w i t h
Brandt but needs more time to
"reach a sensible decision" on
the basis of the Soviet reaction.
He did not say how much time,
but a Brandt spokesman s a i d
Barzel turned down two re-
quests from the chancellor for
more meetings last night.
The Brandt-Barzel view is that

final border-fixing peace treaty left open -the possibility of fu-
by the four World War II vic- tore border changes by mutual
tors and Germany as a whole. consent of the nations involved.
Apparently the big question The original compromise was
was whether Moscow thought the reached in a meeting at
Bonn compromise view went too Brandt's home with Barzel, oh-
far beyond an earlier Soviet- er West German politicians and
West German declaration. That Soviet Ambassador Vaientin Fa-
the treaties do not forestall a lin
662 5903

Key witness called
in Angela Davis tria
SAN JOSE, Calif. (U) - An land, Ore., said she was att
airline ticket agent testified yes- Marin courtroom Aug. 6, a
terday that Angela Davis rush- saw Jonathan Jackson pay
ed to catch a plane out of San brief visit. She said conv
Francisco three hours a f t e r James McClain - on trial the
shootings in nearby Marin Coun- and subsequently slain in t
ty had claimed four lives. Aug. 7 kidnap-escape attempt
Marcia Brewer said she sold kt staring in Jackson's die
Davis a ticket to Los Angeles kt acksonJs sd
on Aug. 7, 1970, about two min-
utes before a 2 p.m. flight was never took his eyes off McClai
scheduled to depart. oto *
She added that she made out a
ticket, checked Davis' identifi-
cation and watched her run
toward the barding area.
at 2:20 p.m. - giving Davis
time to get aboard.
Brewer was the first prosecu
tion witness to testify about
Davis' departure that day. The
prosecution maintains that her
reported hurry to leave points
toward guilt. She subsequently
disappeared and was a fugitive
until her arrest in New York the
following October.
The state contends that Davis
and Jonathan Jackson plotted
the Main County courthouse m-
vasion to gain hostages for Jack-
son's i m p r i s o n e d brother.
George, whom Davis loved.
Jacksen, a judge and two con-
victs died in the ensuing g u n
Davis, 28, a former UCLA
philosophy teacher, is not ac-
cusd of being at the shooting
scene but is charged with mur-
der, kidnap and conspiracy un-
der a state law which holds ac-
complices as resnonsib'e as those
who ccmmit a crime.
Earlier, Lois Leiding of Port-
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