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Friday, July 12,$

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Poge Nine

Friday, July 12, THE MICNIGAN DAILY Poge Nine

Judge voids Ypsi
$5 dope ordinance

Two convicts hold seven
hostages in D.C. court

(Continued from Page 1)
In the past the city has dis-
puted a decision similar to
Shea's when in the fall of 1972
15th District Court Judge S.J.
Elden declared the old $5 ordi-
nance unconstitutional.
The ruling was appealed to a
higher court but before a final
decision could be made City
Council repealed the law.
GRAY PROMISED to appeal
his case if given an unfavorable
ruling in Circuit Court where he
is scheduled for an Aug. 2 ar-
raignment.
Likening himself to a "guinea
pig" Gray said he planned to
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in cooperation with the Euro-
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Center.
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Switzerland rankedi first with a
trust rating of 78 per cent
against a negative tqtal of 11
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the end of 1972, the U.S. re-
ceived a favorable rating of 69
per cent against 23 per cent
unfavorable.

request a jury trial and vowed
to do "everything possible to
fight this case" adding "what.
the people voted in must be
kept."
Ypsilanti City Manager Joseph
Warren while promising to "de-
fend the city ordinance to our
best" said "I do not see what
we can do now."
Ypsilanti Mayor George Good-
man likened appealing the Shea
ruling to "whistling in the dark"
saying "the precedent haa clear-
ly hees estahlished in the past,"
referring to Elden's decision.
In discussing Shea's ruling
Ypsi Police Chief Herbert Smith
said, "I think that is a very
good decision." Ypsilanti Coun-
cilman ). Shreve Waldenmeyer
(R-Fifth Ward) approved "100
per cent whether or not Shea is
right or wrong."
Ypsilanti Councilman Harold
Baize (HRP-Third Ward) said,
"we were expecting this" and
expressed plans to fight the
judge's ruling.
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(Conunued from Pae 3)
that's all I want. We aren't
askin' the impossible."
"I need to be free," Gorham
said. "I have made freedom
my woman."
AUTHORITIES said one of the
two men apparently was carry-
ing a concealed pistol, which he
drew as the two were being
ushered into the lock-tip in the
courthouse basement. It 'was
not immediately known how the
man had obtained a gun.

It was not certain how many
hostages were being held. Hart
late in the evening revised his
listing of six hostages to seven.
The latter was identified as
William Garber, a local attorney
described as an innocent by-
stander.
The prisoners, however, said
in a telephotfe conversation that
several more civilians were be-
ing held, along with a number
of prisoners being detained.
The prisoners held their hos-

tages in the lock-up, the ate-
ment detention facility used for
holding prisrners awaiting court
appearances.
After the a i a r m sounled,
police immediately surrounded
the building. hlart said the iris-
oners' demands were being con-
sidered by himself, the FBI, the
U.S. Marshals Service and tIs
U.S. attorney.
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