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- J T MIHItsA IAI n

Tuesday,. June 6. 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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High turnout expected in Calif.

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black area of Los Angeles, Mc-
Govern was given a symbolic
torch to carry on the fight of
the late Robert Kennedy.
In fact, the California poll
has put McGovern ahead of
Humphrey in these crucial
areas. McGovern, pleased with
these reports, says if this was
true it would be "a significant
breakthrough."
Humphrey, on the other
hand, has had trouble gather-
ing large crowds. In areas
where McGovern has drawn
crowds of two to three thous-
and people Humphrey has
drawn only hundreds. Yesterday
in San Diego, a town once con-
sidered pro-Humphrey, an equal
number of Humphrey and Mc-
Govern'supporters carrying pla-
cards attended a Humphrey
rally.n
Another crucial aspect of the
campaign is organization, both
personal and staff. McGovern
is relatively prompt. His whis-
tle-stop tour to the San Joaquin
valley was marked by both large
crowds and good planning.
Humphrey's campaign bor-
ders on the chaotic. Yesterday
the schedule fell so far behind
that planned events had to be
cancelled. A featured trip to
Chinatown in San Francisco
turned out to be little more
than a 400 mile excursion for
lunch as the staff desperately
tried to make up for lost time.
McGovern's volunteers are
another crucial part of his
game plan. They have canvass-
ed about 80 per cent of the
state, a feat few thought possi-
ble before the campaign began.
Humphrey, on the contrary,
has relied mostly on himself
and endorsements from labor
leaders and other prominent fi-
gures to produce his vote. How-
ever, it does not seem to be ex-
tremely effective.
The styles of each are also
very different. McGovern is
very low key in his speaking ap-
pearances. He rarely raises his
voice and seldom uses gestures.
Humphrey is the opposite. His
U.S. bombs
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port of Vinh and bombarded a
petroleum depot, truck parks
and surface craft, the command
said.
In South Vietnam, govern-
ment forces reported some gains
in Kontum, saying they reopen-
ed some ground in the central
highlands provincial capital.
There was scattered fighting
along the central coast and in
the north, but bad weather
hampered airboperations. Offi-
cials said U.S. aircraft flew 269
tactical support strikes-fewer
than average in the 68-day of-
fensive but more than in recent
days.
Ind Cambodia yesterday rock-
ets blasted Phnom Penh in the
first daylight attacks on the
Cambodian capital in nearly
two years of war. Six persons
were killed and 11 wounded.
The attacks came as ballots
were being counted from the
country's first presidential elec-
tion. Returns showed incumbent
Lon Nol holding just under 60
per cent of the vote.
His lead was less than pre-
dicted, and a dark-horse can-
didate campaigning for the re-
turn of deposed Prince Norodom
Sihanouk received unexpectedly
wide support.
A rocket attack on the Cam-
bodian Defense Ministry killed
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speeches are filled with fiery has changed his mind.
phrases and his voice often "I am not running for the
quavers while he castigates his President of California," he
opponent. said yesterday. "I'm running
At one time both candidates for the President of the United
considered California a must States. I will go to the non-
for a convention victory. primary states and then to the
To McGovern the situation is convention seeking the nomi-
crucial. "It will be very diffi- nation."
cult to get the nomination," he McGovern is also expecting
said recently, "if I lose in Cali- victory in today's other prima-
fornia." ries in New Jersey (109 delegate
With McGovern leading in all votes), South Dakota and New
the polls, however, Humphrey Mexico.
Pot law goes into effect

(Continued from Page 1)
most prior laws, including a
liberalized ordinance passed by
the city last year, the two of-
fenses have been separated with
sales drawing a more severe
penalty.
The, city must still decide in
which cases, and for what
amounts of marijuana posses-
sion or sale, the new law will be
used.
According to Lax, the city
law will be used unless the quan-
tity of marijuana involved is
"an enormous amount." In cases
involving major shipments of
the drug, he said, the harsher
state law may be used.
Just what constitutes an
"enormous amount," however, is
not clear 'nd according to both
Lax and police chief Walter
Krasny more clarifying meet-
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will be held.
One further word of caution
was issued by Krasny.
"The thing to keep in mind,"
he said, "is that we (Ann Arbor
Police) are only one agency.
There is still the federal nar-
cotics bureau and the state and
county police. If their investiga-
tions carry them into Ann Arbor
they have no jurisdiction under'
the city ordinance and will have
to use state law."
Possession under state law is
punishable by up to $1,000 in
fines and one year in prison.
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CITY NOTICE
A public hearing on the Plymouth Green area plan will
be held by the Ann Arbor City Planning Commission in the
Council Chambers, City Hall, 100 North Fifth Avenue, Ann
Arbor on June 13, 1972, at 7:30 p.m. The property is located
near intersection of Green & Plymouth Road and consists
of 5.74 acres to be developed as commercial. A copy of the
area plan will be displayed in the First Floor lobby of City
Hall, Ann Arbor, Michigan for seven (7) days prior to the
public hearing.
This notice is to be published on June 6, 1972.
Authorized by
Michael R. Prochaska
Planning Director
A public hearing on the NCR Office site plan will be
held by the Ann Arbor City Planning Commission in the
Council Chambers, City Hall, 100 North Fifth Avenue, Ann
Arbor on June 13, 1972, at 7:30 p.m. The property is located
in the Greater Ann Arbor Industrial Research Park and
consists of approximately 1.2 acres to be developed as an
office and business service facility. A copy of the site plan
will be displayed in the First Floor lobby of City Hall, Ann
Arbor, Michigan for seven (7) days prior to the public
hearing.
.This notice is to be published on June 6, 1972.
Authorized by
Michael R. Prochaska
Planning Director
A public hearing on the Marathon Oil Company site
plan will be held by the Ann Arbor City Planning Commis-
sion in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 100 North Fifth
Avenue, Ann Arbor on June 13, 1972, at 7:30 p.m. The
property is located at the corner of Liberty & Stadium Blvd.
and consists of .30 acres to be developed as commercial. A
copy of the site plan will be displayed in the First Floor lobby
of City Hall, Ann Arbor, Michigan for seven (7) days prior
to the public hearing.
This notice is to be published on June 6, 1972.
Authorized by
Michael R. Prochaska
Planning Director
A public hearing on the Magnaz Corporation area plan
will be held by the Ann Arbor City Planning Commission in
the Council Chambers, City Hall, 100 North Fifth Avenue,
Ann Arbor on June 13, 1972, at 7:30 p.m. The property is
located at the corner of Ann Street and Fifth Avenue and
consists of .18 acres to be developed of commercial and resi-
dential. A copy of the area plan will be displayed in the First
Floor lobby of City Hall, Ann Arbor, Michigan for seven (7)
days prior to the public hearing.
This notice is to be published on June 6, 1972.
Authorized by
Michael R. Prochaska
Planning Director

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