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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1964

THE MICHIGAN lAILY

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rOR' NOTE: This is tie sec- The resolution came under the nesty for conscientious ob
f two articles on the Demo- heading of civil liberties at the
State Convention held June deprived of their voting pri
13. Democratic State Convention. The The convention, however, d
body declared that "These Com-
By ROBERT SELWA mittees not only serve no useful call for elimination of m
Special to The Daily purpose in the fight against Com- conscription.
SING-For the first time munism, but their excesses weak- Earlier, the convention
ory the Michigan Demo- en anti-Communist efforts by precedent by coming out in
party came out flatly op- blurring the differences between of the seating of the Miss
the House Un-American genuine liberalism and totalitarian Freedom Democratic Party;
es Committee and the Sen- extremism. national convention.
ernal Security Subcommit- The Michigan Young Democrats, This move is expected to
a separate organization, have tra- tension in what will be an
ditionally taken a similar stand. wise cut-and-dried conv
JrDe* Staebler, Hart The regular Mississippi Den
7. Jet Defes Other convention action gave ic Party is under pressuref
party support, both written and supporting the national ph
iet W arning oral, to President Lyndon B. John- and civil rights laws.
son, Senator Philip Hart and gub-
ernatorial candidate Neil Staebler. F a
LIN (P)-Ignoring a Soviet Resolutions praising the three F a e, V
g, an American jetliner and supporting their candidacies
few York flew to and from were adopted by the convention,
across Communist territory which does not have to endorse a
ay without being molested. candidate. The most vivid presen-
Soviets Monday protested tation of support was an enthusi-
United States and Britain astic 20-minute demonstration
use of the Berlin corridors that erupted when Staebler, the.
hts to other countries than only one of the three at the con-
zermany." The Soviets call- vention, rose to speak.
gal the New York-Berlin The demonstration sharply con-l
inaugurated May 31 and trasted with the dullness of the
:ed responsibility for con- rest of the convention, an affair
ces if it was continued. that lacked controversy.
British apparently were in- Massachusetts Referendum=
in the Soviet protest be- The convention chose delegates
3f British flights to London and alternates to the Democratic
cause of chartered flights National convention, launched a
g vacationists to Spain and petition drive for a referendum on
servicemen and their fam- the Massachusetts ballot and:
Britain. adopted various other liberal poli-
king on behalf of its East cies.
.n satellite, Moscow said the One of the motions called for re-
air corridors were only for form of Congress along lines pro-
urpose of supplying the posed by Senator Joseph Clark
n allied garrisons in Berlin. (D-Pa). The resolution specified
U.S. and Britain say they eliminating the power of the NEWLY-ANNOUNCED D
he right to fly whatever House Rules Committee and House of Representatives
s they like through the cor- changing Senate rules which per- {iueno AnRe r a
They insist on dealing only mit filibustering. (including Ann Arbor)
he Soviets over access to Conscientious Objectors Gerald E Fay. Both mer
Another resolution urged am- executive, ran for City C

Redistricting To Aid
jetors Democrats Suburbs
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Democrats and suburbanites iparties so evenly that the single,
seem to be the victors in Mon- vote of the lieutenant governor
day's decision by the Michigan could decide key issues.
Supreme Court to accept a one-! Two important features of the

man, one vote reapportionment
scheme.I
At the same time, traditional
domination of both houses of the
Legislature by rural Republican
forces may virtually disappear.
Democrats are promised control
of the House, where for years they
have suffered under a GOP ma-
jority, and the 38-member Senate
might be split between the two

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Democratic - backed redistricting!
plan are the enlargement of out-
side area districts and the elimi-
nation of multiple-member House
districts in Detroit. Both features
will greatly complicate the race
this fall as many more incumbents,
and hopefuls from the same partyl
face each other as well as their
other-party opponents.
Rural Decline

Book & Lyrics
by Alan Jay Lerner
Music by
Frederick Loewe

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8:00 P.M.
Featuring
Prof. Ralph Herbert
as
Henry Higgins
Adopted from
George Bernard Shaw's
,Pygmalion'
Box Office open
12:30-8:00

Performances nightly through Saturday
All My Fair Lady performances sold out

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for 'U. S. House
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A study of rural-urban popula-
tion figures for Michigan shows
that the predominantly Republi-
can rural population declined from
29.3 per cent of the total in 1950
to 26.6 per cent in 1960.
More legislative seats will now
be assigned to the growing, heav-
ily populated areas-mainly in
southeastern Michigan-at the ex-
pense of the declining outstate
farm regions. But many former
urbanites have become suburban-
ites, and in the process some have
switched from Democratic to Re-
publican in their political incli-
nations.
GOP leaders are hoping this
factor will help lessen the ex-
pected blow that will befall their
ranks from reapportionment.
33 Per Cent in Cities
Census figures for 1960 also
show that suburbs now embrace
a larger population than do the
big cities in Michigan. Forty per
cent of the people live in the area
surrounding the central cities,
while only 33 per cent live in the
cities themselves.
The authors of the plan con-
tend that it is so evenly balanced
politically that whichever party
wins the governorship probably
will also capture both houses of
t he Legislature.
X Whatever else the plan does, it
narrows the population difference
between the largest and smailest
Senate districts to 2000, compared
with 634,400 under the present
system.

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Michigan Sailing Club
OPEN MEETING
Everyone Welcome
movies slides
Wed., June 24..7:45 P.M.
UNION BALLROOM4

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DEMOCRATIC candidates for the U.S.
from the Second Congressional District
are, left, Weston E. Vivian and, right,
are city residents. Vivian, a corporation
ouncil in 1958 and 1959 and was chair-

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man of the local Democratic Party in 1959 and 1960. He is a
member of the state and city parties and the NAACP. Faye has
been a political science teacher at the University and recently
completed a year's internship with the State Senate. He is a
former precinct and ward chairman as well as former vice-
chairman of the Ann Arbor Democratic Party. He is a member of
the NAACP and the American Civil Liberties Union. Both are
emphasizing the elimination of poverty and injustice in the
nation.

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B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, Mixer,
Wed., June 24, 7:30 pm Dancing, re-
freshments, 1429 Hill St
* * *
Michigan Christian Fellowship, Lec-
ture: Alvin Hoksberge, "Christianity:
Intellectual Suicide?" Wed., June 24,
7:30 p.m., Michigan Union (3rd floor),
Social to follow

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