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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, March 23, 1972

TH IHGNDAL hrdy Mrh2,17

Congressman from New York
switches to Democratic Party

ART SHOW
Banners, paintings, and other artwork done
by faculty and associates of Calvin College

NEW YORK (P) - Rep. Ogden
Reid, scion here of one of the na-
tion's leading Republican fami-
lies, became a Democrat yesterday,
saying he could not "in good con-
science" support the re-election of
President Nixon.
Reid said he would seek the
Democratic nomination for Con-
gress from the 26th District in
Westchester County, which he has
represented for 10 years as a Re-
publican.
Max Berking, Democratic chair-
man in that suburban county, said
he "knew of no opposition to
Reid's nomination."
Berking was with Reid when he!
appeared with his wife, Mary
Louise, at the Westchester Coun-
ty Board of Elections in White
Plains to change their registration.
At the same time his son Mi-
chael, 18, registered for the first
time and enrolled as a Democrat.
Although Reid, 46, gave his op-
position to Nixon and Vice Presi-
dent Spiro Agnew as the' main
reason for his switch, there was
no immediate comment from the
White House.

Democrats were jubilant, how-
ever, especially as they felt Reid's
personal popularity might help
them carry Westchester - tra-
ditionally a Republican strong-
hold. It is the home base of Gov.
Nelson A. Rockefeller and Lt. Gov.
Malcolm Wilson.
Former Gov. Averell Harriman
called to wish Reid luck, as did
Rep. Hale Boggs, (D-La.), and
Rep. Emmanuel Celler of Brook-
lyn, Democratic dean of the
House.
Lawrence O'Brien, Democratic
national chairman, called to say
he looked forward to a long and
close working association.
OSCAR WERNER
and
BARBARA FERRIS
in
"INTERLUDE"
Stockwell Hall
Thurs., Fri., Sat.
9 P.M.

Mayor John Lindsay, a recent OPEN DAILY FROM 4-8 P.M.
convert from the Republican to
the Democratic party, said at a Gn display at
news conference that he consid- CAMPUS CHAPEL
ered Reid's move an act of enor-1236 Washtenaw
mous courage and an act of con-
science.
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Marijuana Commission talks
Raymond Shafer, right, chairman of the National Commission on Marijuana and Drug Abuse, dis-
cusses result of his panel's study in Washington yesterday. With him are commission members Sen.
Jacob Javits (R-N.Y.), left, and Vice Chairman Dana Farnsworth, former health services director at
Harvard University.

'BAD FOR KIDS':
Commissoners hits
TV's evil influence'
WASHINGTON (P) - F e d e r a 1 ing the brain" can be a more last-
Communications Commissioner Ni- ing adverse experience to a young-
cholas Johnson accused some pro- ster than molesting of the body.
ducers of commercial network And, he added as he pounded the
television yesterday of being "a committee table, "history will
vicious, evil' influence." prove me right . . . no words
Johnson met brisk opposition would be too strong to describe
from a member of the Senate this."
Commerce subcommittee which isI
i ti tin TV violence when he itTV I

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compared broadcast officials with
child molesters.
"The broadcasting industry now
stands charged with having mo-
lested the minds of our nation's,
children to serve the cause of cor-
porate profit," said Johnson. 4
"If you molest one child on the
school playground during the weekI
you are driven off to' prison in a'poi ec r"h sad
police car," he said.
"But if you do it Saturday morn-
ing, in the living room, to millions
of young childern, you are just
driven home by a chauffeur in a
long black limousine," said John-
son alluding to violence on chil-
dren's cartoon programs.
Sen. Howard Baker (R-Tenn.) ofI
the subcommittee on communica-
tions said he thinks it "unbecom-
ing of a federal official" to make.
such an accusation.
"No amount of slick talk is go-
ing to make me equate child mo-
lesting with responsible- network
men," said Baker.
Johnson countered that "molest-
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Thursday, March 23
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