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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, June 15, 1971

Pae ixTH _ICIGN-ALYTus-yJne15-17

Seven killed in Detroit;
'drug war' link possible

DETROIT (P) - F o u r
women and three men were
shot to death yesterday at a
Detroit home in what police
described as a gangland-t y p e
slaying apparently related to

an underworld war for control
of narcotics.
An intensive manhunt was
initiated late in the afternoon
for four men seen fleeing from
the home.

U.S. plans Alcatraz park
after Indians' eviction

Four women three of them
with their hands bound in front
of them -- and three men died
almost instantly of gunshot
wounds fired at point b 1 a n k
range into their heads. An
eighth victim, wounded in the
chest, was in Ford Hospital.
Three other occupants of the
first floor flat dove out of the
windows to escape the hail of
bullets, police said. The t h r e e
surrendered at a nearby police
station and were being ques-
tioned by some of the 20 detec-
tives assigned to the case.
District Inspector James Ban-
non said police found several
hand guns and two long guns
in the home, plus a quantity of
dope and narcotics, needles and
other paraphernalia.
Newspaper accounts said the
seven slayings brought to 25
the number of persons slain
this year in the continuing war
for control of Detroit's rich
narcotics traffic.

SAN FRANCISCO (P) - The
government plans to fashion Al-
catraz Island - seized from
American Indians who held it as
a protest symbol for 19 months
-into a wildrness-type national
park, a federal official said Sat-
urday.
No plans for a park were an-
nounced until yesterday, three
days after the island was seized
from the Indians.
Twenty armed U.S. marshals
raided the rocky island in San
Francisco Bay last Friday and
removed the remaining band of
15 Indians, mostly women and
children lunching on canned chile
beans.
U.S. Atty. James Borwning Jr.
said the seizure was touched off
after three Indians were arrested
Friday. Police said they stole
$80 of government-owned cop-
per wire, then sold it in San
Francisco.
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"A dozen parks won't solve
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John Trudell, 25, an Indian
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Trudell said however there are
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