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)ongVille Submits New, Plan

.. }} In another development, Secre-
'~*tar4 of State James Hare suggest-
--AssOiated Press ed that the Legislature might be
PROPOSED DISTRICTS--A second plan for redistricting, sub- required to revise, the 1964 elec-
mitted by Henry Dongville, emphasizes' the "one man, one vote" t ion schedule-=including postponl-
principle. The court set Feb.,.17. as, the deadline for final submnis- ing the August primary until Sep-
sion of plans. tember--to gain time.
The court set its own 'deadline
r.::;">:.;:::<,::.:.;: ,,,..s vfor receiving and considering the
..F.. redistricting plans on Thursday,
indicating there will be nlQ decision
VtIV Y'fW b'V # before mid-March.
{ Hare's letter had told the court
the laws might have to be 'changed
unless a decision could be made by
.March 2.
1~ML Q,8t VVGThe court's" order set Feb.' 17 as
~AkE11}, the' deadline for all plans to be
( A'".> submitted and established March 2
t as the date for oral arguments.
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