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Eastern Michigan CoIl
Wins Fight with Ypsil
Eastern Michigan College in
Ypsilanti has won a fight with
that city's authorities to keep
water on- in eight apartment
buildings for married students.
The State Supreme Court ruled
Monday that a contract between
the city and the college is legal
and binding. This contract pro-
vides that the city should pay the
cost of making pipeline connec-
tions into the buildings without
charging a special sewer capital
The court had 'issued an order
on August 16 in favor of the State
Board of Education, the college's
governing body. Justice John D.
Voelkerk wrote the court's opinion
In his opinion Justice Voe
said, "The contract of 192E
plain. It is a valid and bin
continuing contract. We ... .
that the college is entitled
water and sewer connections
continuing service without pa
a sewer capital improver
charge; and plain intendm,
cannot be circumvented by
device of a so-called sewage c
tal improvement charge. We
nally hold that the college is
obligated to pay the city any;
charge nor may it pay any
charge at all."
In the course of the dispute,
city had several times turnec
water to the eight build.
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called Cold War questions, the certain issues and often vote as a
Asian-African group is divided, unit. The United States remains
with some supporting the West outside any bloc.
and some abstaining. Only occa- How will the changed balance
sionally does an Asian-African na- shape up on questions now before
tion support the Soviet bloc, the Assembly?
But the Asian-Africans usually Last week's special session on
get the'support of the Soviets and the Hufigarian situation is con
Latin American countries on col- sidered a very important yard-
onial issues, thus giving the big stick by many observers. The con-
colonial powers a rough time in demnation of the Soviet Union for
the UN. continued repressive m e a s u r e s
U. S. Remains Outside Blocs against the Hungarian people
Latin American ,nations nor- passed by 59 to 8, with 10 absten-
mally support the West on Cold tions. Russia had counted on many
War questions. more Asian-African neutralist na-
The nations of Western Europe tions to abstain this time. The fact
and the British Commonwealth are that they didn't was a tremendous
not formally organized in a bloc, victory for the West, and the
although they meet informally on United States in particular.
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