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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tribunal Refuses)

Wallace Seeks Protest Votes

can do the same tomorrow. How-
ever, a known Republican voting
in the Democratic primary can be
challenged and required to sign
an affidavit pledging November
support to the party. Democrats
say they'll makechallenges.
Stay with Party
State Republican leaders urged
GOP voters to stay in their own
backyard where a bid by Sen.
Barry Goldwater for the prefer-
ence vote has been overshadowed
by the Welsh-Wallace battle.
It, as expected, Goldwater beats
Harold E. Stassen and two lesser
known opponents in the GOP
primary, he undoubtedly will get
the state's 32 Republican votes.
But Democratic leaders made it
plain last week that even if Wal-
lace should win, he would have
little hope of getting the state's
51 votes at the Democratic con-
vention.
Favor Romney!
Over Staebler
DETROIT (R) - Gov. George
W. Romney now is favored over
Democrat Rep. Niel Staebler by
better than a 5 to 3 margin, the
Detroit News reported yesterday
from a poll of voters.
The News said that if an elec-
tion were held today for governor
between the two, Republican Rom-
ney would get 55.3 per cent of the
votes and Staebler 30.7 per cent.
The remainder of voters were un-
decided: or not voting.
The poll showed Romney had
increased his lead over Staebler
since a prior poll in January.

'To Upset Lower Ruling
On School Boundaries

MOTHER'S DAY-MAY 10
CANDIES
for her favorite gift
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Lets Honesty
Of Intention
Be Guideline
New Action May
Have Wide Imnpact
WASHINGTON ()-The Su-
preme Court refused yesterday to
upset a ruling that school boun-
daries need not be revamped to
force integration when they have
been honestly drawn with no in-
tention to segregate the races.
While only the Gary, Ind.,
school system is directly involved,
the court's action may have a
broad impact on other cities where
compliance with integration de-
mands could force many students
to be transported by bus across
town.
The high court's refusal to hear
the Gary case does not necessarily
mean it agrees with the lower
court's decision. Thus, this incon-
clusive status is a disappointment
to many on both sides of the issue.
Could Return
The question could return to
the tribunal on other appeals and
the justices might decide then to
hear arguments and lay down
their own views.
The court refused also to review
a decision that Negro pupils are
entitled to have their entire school
system on a nonracial basis, in-
cluding assignment of teachers,
principals, supervisors and sup-
porting personnel.
The Duval County, Fla. school
board had contended that the
court's 1954 and 1955. integration
rulings dealt solely with admis-
sion of children to schools on a
nonracial basis and not to school
employes.
Let Stand Ruling
The Gary decision let stand a
ruling by the United States Cir-
cuit Court in Chicago which held
last Oct. 31 that the city had
consistently followed a policy of
requiring students to attend
schools in their own districts, re-
gardless of race.

NAACP Pickets GM

Assorted
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1 lb. $1.60
2 lb. 3.15

...always a
favorite for "Momn.

A Perfect Gift
for Mother
or
The Graduate

-Daily-John Weiler
DEMONSTRATORS representing the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People yesterday picketed the General
Motors main office in Detroit protesting "discriminatory pract-
ices" in hiring. (See related story, page one.)
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Little Ambassadors
1 lb. $2.15

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PINS
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Monogram at
No Extra Charge.
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on request
at
arcade jewelry shop
16 nickels arcade

World News
Rounadu
By The Associated Press
PITTSBURGH - Delegates to
a world-wide general conference
of the Methodist Church last
night adopted a policy calling on
all Methodist pastors and congre-
gations to open their churches to
people of all races.
* * *
MOSCOW - Soviet Premier
Nikita S. Khrushchev charged yes-
terday the Atlantic Alliance "war
bloc" was trying to convert Cyprus
into an unsinkable aircraft carrier.
He said his government opposes
all foreign interference in the af-
fairs of the troubled island.
NEW YORK-The stock market
rallied yesterday in active trad-
ing. The Dow-Jones averages
showed 30 industrials up 6.73, 20
rails up .52, 15 utilities up .12
and 65 stocks up 1.58.

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