397 US 248 City of New York v. United States
25 L.Ed.2d 280
90 S.Ct. 1105
397 U.S. 248
CITY OF NEW YORK
UNITED STATES et al.
Marshall B. GROSSMAN et al.
AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION, INC., et al.
Supreme Court of the United States
March 16, 1970
J. Lee Rankin, Norman Redlich, John R. Thompson, and David I. Shapiro, for appellant City of New York.
Benjamin F. Schwartz and Herbert A. Karzen, for appellants Marshall B. Grossman and others.
Solicitor General Griswold, Assistant Attorney General McLaren, Howard E. Shapiro, and Bernard M. Hollander, for the United States.
Carl J. Schuck, Wayne H. Knight, Fred D. Fagg III, Philip K. Verleger, Allyn O. Kreps, Julian O. Von Kalinowski, Lloyd N. Cutler, Howard P. Willens, James S. Campbell, Ross L. Malone, and Marcus Mattson, for appellees Automobile Manufacturers Ass'n, Inc., and others.
Jerry S. Cohen, Harold E. Kohn, Aaron M. Fine, and William T. Coleman, Jr., for City of Baltimore and others, amici curiae.
John H. Larson, for County of Los Angeles and others, amicus curiae.
David Berger and Herbert B. Newberg, for County of Lackawanna and others, amici curiae.
In No. 1121 the motion to affirm is granted and the judgment is affirmed.
In No. 1122 the motion to dismiss is granted and the appeal is dismissed for want of jurisdiction.