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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, May 16; 1972

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, May 16, 1972

Davis prosecution rests

SAN JOSE, Calif. (A') - The
prosecution, winding up the
presentation of its case against
Angela Davis, called final wit-
nesses yesterday and gave jur-
ors a closeup look at evidence
purportedly pointing toward the
defendent's guilt.
Only two prosecution wit-
nesses remained to testify.
Prosecutor Albert Harris Jr.
handed to jurors some of the
more than 200 items entered in
evidence, including guns used
in an Aug. 7, 1970 Marin Coun-
ty Courthouse escape attempt
in which four men were slain.
Three love letters written by

Davis to Jackson were handed
to jurors for the first time for
a brief look. They will be allow-
ed to examine them at length
during deliberations on the
verdict.
Miss Davis, 28. a black mili-
tant and former UCLA philoso-
phy teacher, is charged with
murder, kidnap and conspiracy
In seven weeks of testimony,
the state has sought to prove
she plotted the Marn Court-
house invasion bent on gaining
hostages to exchange for im-
prisoned convict-author George
Jackson.

CITY NOTICE
A public hearing on the Arbor Lodge Motel (revised)
site plan will be held by the Ann Arbor City Planning Cons-
mission in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 100 North Fifth
Avenue, Ann Arbor on May 23, 1972 at 7:30 p.m. The pro-
perty is located at the northwest corner of Washtenaw Ave.
and Huron Pkwy. The property consists of 1.06 acres and
would be developed as a motel-hotel.
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.
Michael R. Piochasha,
Planning Director
Publish May 16, 1972
A public hearing on the Woodbury Gardens Tower
(amended) 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 May 23, 1972 at 7:30
p.m. The property is located at S. Industrial Highway and
Astor Drive. The property consists of 5.06 acres and would
be developed as multiple-family dwellings.
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.
Michael R. Piochasha,
Planning Director
Publish May 16, 1972
A public hearing'on the Plymouth Medical Office Bldg.
site plan will be held by the Ann Arbor City Planning Com-
mission in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 100 North Fifth
Avenue, Ann Arbor on May 23, 1972 at 7:30 p.m. The pro-
perty is located on Plymouth east of Huron Parkway. The
property consists of 1.43 acres and would be developed as an
office building.
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.
Michael R. Piochasha,,
Planning Director
Publish May 16, 1972
A public hearing on the South University Office Bldgt
site plan will be held by the Ann Arbor City Planning Com-
mission in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 100 North Fifth
Avenue, Ann Arbor on May 23, 1972 at 7:30 p.m. The pro-
perty is located at the northeast corner of South University
and Forest. The property consists of 0.133 acres and would
be developed as a commercial-office building.
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.
Michael R. Piochasha,
Planning Director
Publish May 16, 1972
A public hearing on the Howard Cooper (amended) site
plan will be held by the Ann Arbor City Planning Commis-
sion in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 100 North Fifth Ave-
nue, Ann Arbor on May 23, 1972 at 7:30 p.m. The property is
located on the East side of State Road North of Waters Rd.
The property consists of 4.5 acres and would be developed
as an automobile dealership.
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.
Michael R. Piochasha,
Planning Director
Publish May 16, 1972
A public hearing on the Maiden Lane Car Wash 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 May 23, 1972 at 7:30 p.m. The pro-
perty is located at 923 Maiden Ln. east of Broadway St. The
proprety consists of .50 acres and would be developed as a
car wash.
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.
Michael R. Piochasha,
Planning Director
Publish May 16, 1972

Okinawa returns to Japan
Vice President Spiro Agnew joins Japan's Emperor Hirohito
yesterday for ceremonies in Tokyo marking the formal reversion
of Okinawa to Japan.

Germans
to decide
on treaty
BONN, Germany ( ) - West
Germany's opposition dropped
final objections to Chancellor
Willy Brandt's treaties with the
Soviet Union and Poland, op-
position leaders announced yes-
terday making it fairly certain
that the pacts will be ratified
in parliament Wednesday.
The opposition C h r i s t i a n
Democrats, who forced post-
ponement of the vote on the
treaties last week, cleared the
way for their acceptance at a
five-hour meeting of its leader-
ship.
Opposition chief Rainer Bar-
zel's Christian Democrats, who
forced Brandt to postpone the
crucial vote from last Wednes-
day after a Soviet move upset
a Brandt-Barzel compromise to
approve the treaties, finally
cleared the way for their ac-
ceptance in a five-hour meeting
of the opposition leadership.
The party's federal executive
voted 24 to 1 that government
assurances that Moscow will
hold to bargain - keeping guar-
antees on the treaties satisfied
party conditions for a "yes"
vote.
The friendship pacts with
Moscow and Warsaw are the,
keys to a wider detente process
in which Moscow, Washington,
WesterEurope and the Soviet-
led East European Warsaw Pact
all have major stakes.
Failure to ratify them would
considerably delay or even
block this East-West under-
standing program besides al-
most automatically unseating
Brandt's government.
The ruling Socialist - Liberal
coalition late last month barely
survived two successive show-
down votes which left the par-
liamentary lower house split
down the middle. Brandt needs
the opposition votes to get the
treaties ratified.
In the nearly two years since
the Moscow and Warsaw trea-
ties were signed, the opposition
has hammered away at fears
t h a t acknowledging existing
German borders even tempor-
arily might cement them for all
time and prevent Germany's
future reunification.
Only tomorrow's vote will
show whether these fears have
been removed among Christian
Democrat rank and file as well
as the party leadership.

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