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SUNDAY, 14 MARCH 1965

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ORGANIZATION
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,N ationa i VoU te Use of This Column for Announce-
ments is available to officially recog-
ni'zed and registered student organiza-
By The AssociatedrPresstosol.Frsar vial nRo
1011 SAB3.
BUENOS AIRES- Two nations Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student
prepared for national elections Group, March 14, 6 p.m., Supper; 6:45
yesterday. william Stringfellow with NLC Stu-
In Argentina followers :of Juan dents, Lutheran Student Center, Hill
D. Peron, former dictator of Ar- & Forest.
gentina, and followers of Presi- Graduate Outing Club, Hiking and or
dent Arturo Illia are competing toboganning, March 14, 2 p.m., Rack-

CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE SERIES
AT THE
GABRIEL RICHARD CENTER
MARCH 14th to APRIL 4th
Sunday, March 14, 7:30 p.m.
"The Personal Encounter in a Christian Marriage"
Rev. Edward Scheuerman, Ph.D.
Wednesday, March 17, 8:00 p.m.
"How a Christian Couple Approaches Marriage"
The Courtship-Engagement-Marriage
Msgr. John F. Bradley, Ph.D.
Sunday, March 21, 7:30p.m.
"The Physical and Medical Aspects of Marriage"
Dr. John O'Sullivan
Dr. Gena Rose Pahucki

INSURES NEGRO RIGHTS:

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Johnson To Submit Vote Bill Staying on as
Chancellor

Iflnzttinimd trnYn Pa.ap 11 1 xxroliar.ea +nlrl nourema" ''T An fanl.i

tumm nue rm rag, i)
march that left 18 hospitalized,
a special federal court heard new
testimony charging police violence.
In his Washington news con-
ference, Johnson said that he had
told Wallace, "that when all of
the eligible Negroes of Alabama
have been registered, and their
economic and social injustices
halted, the demonstrations will
stop." .
However, the governor did not
appear to agree with Johnson's
plans for more voting laws. At the
airport just before taking off in
his plane with the American and
Confederate flags on the fuselage

V anace Uole wsimen, I Uto ±e
there is enough legislation on the
books with regard to voting
rights."
Strike Down Restrictions
The law Johnson plans would
"strike down all restrictions used
to deny people the right to vote.
If state officials refuse to coop-
erate in registering people to vote
then citizens will be registered
by federal officials."
The new legislation would ap-'
point a bipartisan civil service
commission to register qualified
citizens, who have been denied
the right to vote by local offi-
cials.

In Selma, Ala. policemen locked1
arms and blocked marchers head-
ing toward the town's courthouse W idraw sgao
to hold a memorial service for the W h a eignaton
Rev. James J. Reeb, a Boston At Regents Meeting
minister clubbed to death there
Tuesday night. By ROBERT BENDELOW ;
Propaganda California President Clark Kerr
Minutes after the march start- aliforng CeinCl ar
ed, leaflets from an airplane flut- and Acting Chancellor Martin
tered down on the crowd. The Meyerson of Berkeley have withg
leaflets bore an appeal for funds drawn their resignations pending
for the four white men charged further discussions, the Regents;
with Reeb's slaying. of the University of California
The marchers started from the said last night.
First Baptist Church marching The report followed a meeting
arms locked five abreast. They got which one source said earlier had
50 yards before they came to a split on whether to keep Kerr
line of city policemen. The Rev. and Meyerson.
C. T. Viban. a Negro aide to The two men had resigned last
Martin Luther King asked permis- Tuesday following regental pres-
sion to march to the courthouse. sure to discipline students involv-
The city's public safety director, ed in a "filthy speech movement"
Wilson Baker refused the request at the Berkeley campus.
On a second try a small group Faculty and student support
of demonstrators slipped through had been solidly behind a move
the police lines, made it to the ' to influence Kerr and Meyerson
courthouse, but hurried back be- to withdraw their resignations.
hind the police blockade to avoid The Academic Senate at Berkeley
15 white youths who were waiting voted 896-23 in support of such
for them. Many demonstrators a move.
carried signs. One read: "President Strong Support
Johnson send ballots not flowers." The regents are in favor of
Nausea Gas strong discipline of students re-
In Montgomery, Col. Albert J. cently involved in obscenity dem-
Lingo, commander of Alabama's onstrations on the U-C campuses
State Troopers said that nausea They passed a resolution which
gas and smoke bombs were used said that those who "fail to make
with the tear gas in last Sun- proper use of the opportunities
day's violence that injured 74 and freely given them by the univer-
hospitalized 18. sity must expect to have their
Also testifying was John Carter privileges curtailed or withdrawn.
Lewis who told U.S. District Court Prior to the meeting, individual
Judge Frank M. Johnson Sr., that regents had expressed differing
he was beaten by a state trooper opinions on the resignations. Gov.
and sustained severe head injuries Edmund Brown (D-Calif), who
and a broken arm, even though he sits ex-officio, said that he would
had no part in last Sunday's abor- do all in his power to get Kerr
tive march and was a quarter of and Meyerson to withdraw their
a miile fronm the violence, resignations.
Another Negro, George Douglas The situation caused the re-
testified that troopers chased him gents to call the "extraordinary"
and 25 other Negroes, even though session yesterday ahead of their
all were only spectators of the scheduled meeting March 25.
Selma march. Another Resolution

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f'or votes in congressional elec-
tions. Both parties hope to gain
a vote of confidence from a newly
elected congress.
French President Charles de
Gaulle will also try to gain a
firmer hold on French politics in
municipal elections all o v e r
France.
In Argentina there are 99 con-
gressional seats at stake. An esti-
mated 10 million out of nearly 12
million registered voters are ex-
pected to cast balots.
Most political observers predict
Illia's party will eke out a thin
vote of confidence. However, the
Peronist vote, traditionally strong
among the working classes, is ex-
pected to show some gains.

ham, Huron St. entrance.
La Sociedad Hispanica,BTertuli
gan todos.
* * *
Lutheran Stduent Center (National
Lutheran Conucil), Worship services,
Sun., March 14 at 9:30 a.m. and 11
(Holy Communion); evening program,
7 p.m., "Economics of Knokledge."
with Kenneth E. Boulding, Lutheran
Student Chapel, Hill St. and Forest Ave.
Guild House, Sunday evening seminar,
"History of Christian Thought," Rev.
J. Edgar Edwards, March 14, 7-8 p.m.;
Monday noon luncheon discussion on
"Viet Nam," March 15, 12-1 p.m.;
Tuesday noon seminar: "Ill-fare, Well-
fare, Abundant-fare." Resource: Eliza-
beth Converse, March 16, 12-1 p.m.,
Guild House, 802 Monroe.

Wednesday, March 24,

8:00 p.m.

"Christian Conscience and Birth Control"
Msgr. John F. Bradley, Ph.D.
Sunday, March 28, 7:30 p.m.
"The Psychological Adjustments in Marriage"
Paul Hickey, M.S.W., A.C.S.W.
Wednesday, March 31, 8:00 p.m.
"The Successful Ecumenical Marriage"
Msgr. John F. Bradley, Ph.D.
Sunday, April 4, 7:30 p.m.
"The Formation of a Christian Home"
Mr. and Mrs. John Baum
Mr. annd Mrs. John Feldkamp
The Marriage series is open to everyone, but a special invitation
invitation is extended to all seniors and those couples contem-
plating marriage within the next six months.

Previous estimates have placed Presbyterian Campus Center, South.
eastostesthmate20hav30pedIeast Asia eSries, "Political, Historical,
Peron's strength at 20 to 30 per Religious Background for the Current
cent of the electorate. However, Conflict." Leader: Dr. Merrill Jack-
Peronists have split into several son, Center for Research on Conflict
parties in recent years. Resolution, Sun., March 14, 7 p.m., Cur-
tis Room, 1432 washtenaw.
The election campaign in France
has split into a contest among University of Michigan Libertarian
Communists, Gaullists and Cen- League presents Prof. Ludwig von Mises
trist forces. of NYU will speak on "The Trade
In all, 470,414 candidates will Cycle" at 8 p.m , Mon., March 15 in
Room 3RS of the Michigan Union.
be elected municipal councilors *
who then will elect the mayors. Voice Political Party, Independent So-
Candidates getting a majority to- cialist Club and the Young Socialist
day will be elected immediately. A Alliance, Planning meeting, March 15
second ballot will be held March 7:30 p.m., Michigan Union. Discussion
. of plant for Peace March in April pro-
21. In this voting a plurality is testing U.S. involvement in Viet Nam.
enough for election. Everyone urged to come.

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-Associated Press

SELMA DEMONSTRATORS HOLD THE LINE which they named
the 38th parallel yesterday. Police have restrained them at this
spot for three days. Last night police halted a first attempt by
Negroes to break the line. In a second attempt some Negroes got
through, but were forced back by white youths waiting at the
courthouse for them.

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Another resolution was present-
ed and withdrawn at the meet-
ing by regent Theodore R. Meyer.
It would have called for:.
--The 'expulsion of' studeni
who "engage in sit-ins or other
conduct that disrupts the univer-
sity"; and
-The dismissal of "teaching as-
sistants who fail to meet their
assigned duties in an effort to
disrupt university administration,
teaching, or research."
This apparently refers to the,
teaching assistant strikes which
were held in sympathy with stu-
dent demonstrators in the fall.
Kerr said before the meeting
that all student discipline was be-
ing handled through regular chan-
nels.
Kerr emerged the apparent
winner but his reference to re-
maining "pending further discus-
sions" remained unexplained.
He is president of the nine-cam-
pus statewide university system,
with more than 72,000 students.
Meyerson is acting chancellor only
at Berkeley, which has about
27,000 students.
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