THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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By SUE STEPHENSON
Ann Arbor voters will be faced
Iwith three elections during the
* The May 16 Michigan presi-I
dential preference primary;
I!The June 12 school board
! The August 8 primary for U.
S. senator, congressman, state
representative, county sheriff,
county prosecutor and commis-
sioners and Circuit Court judges.
If you are a registered Ann Ar-
bor voter planning to be away this
summer, you must apply for a
separate 'absentee ballot for each
Applications for absentee ballots
controlled . .
stations around campus.
lots will be sent out after July 19.
COLD VAULT STORAGE
for the May primary can be turn- Each of these groups will hold Voters who won't be at their
ed in now at city hall. received applications for the Au- Ann Arbor address long enough
Applications for the August 8 gust 8 primary until May 25 and to receive ballots are urged by City!
general primary cannot be ac- then hand them in. Clerk Harold Saunders to "make
cepted until after May 25. State Even though applications may a note on the back of the ballot
law requires that applications for be submitted up until 2:00 p.m. application stating an alternate
absentee ballots are not to be ac- of the Saturday prior to the elec- address where the ballot can be
cepted until 75 days prior to the tion, voters are urged to apply far mailed."
date of an election, enough in advance so that the Voters are also urged to leave a,
If an application is received ballot may reach them in time to forwarding address for the sum-;
before that date it will be re- be sent back through the mail mer in order to be notified of pe-
re evgserthss, votes wh and arrive at city hall before the cinct realignments.
ae lavin sertM y ig close of the polls at 8:00 p.m. on When voters return in the fall,
can avoid the problem by handing the day of the election. they should notify the city clerk9
Student Government Council of- Applications for absentee bal- their new address is differentR
fice or various ballot collection lots for the May 16 and August from the one on their voter regis-
8 election can. be obtained by tration cards.
phoning or writing city hall at According to the law, the city!
100 N. Fifth. clerk must be notified of a change
Application for an absentee bal-, of address before the close of reg-F
lot for the June 12 school board istration - October 6 - for the
ibe To election can be obtained by phon- November 7 election.
ing or writing Dr. Richard Creal Not everyone is eligible for an
at the Ann Arbor Public Schools absentee ballot. State law reads,
Administration Bldg., 2555 S. that those "persons who have
GLThe May 16 election ballots will of length of residence therein, and
be sent out about April 26 and the who no longer maintain an actualr
June 12 election ballots, about residence in Michigan," are in-
May 25; the August 8 election bal- eligible for absentee ballots.
-uThe law states, however, that a
qualified Ann Arbor voter who has
Billy Turner, Ypsilanti Town-
ship trustee, announced yesterday
that he will seek the Democratic
nomination to the U.S. House of
Representatives from the 2nd
Turner, former chairman of the
township's Democratic party said
"the people the frustrated be-
cause their constitutional rights
are being infringed upon and the
heavy burdens of taxation are
completely unbearable. The indi-'
vidual must have relief from the
inequitable property and income
On the volatile issue of busing,
Turner said, "forced busing takes
money and constructive efforts
out of crucial areas that desper-
ately need to be upgraded so that
all children may" have equal,
quality educational opportunities.
Turner said he is the candidate
who "will truly respect the citi-
zens individual rights." He has
joined County Cmsr. Frederick
Schwall and U-M graduate stu-.
dent Walter Shapiro who had pre-
viously announced their candidacy
for the Democratic nomination.
The Second Congressional seat
is currently held by Rep. Marvin
Along with condemning the Nix-
on administration for "leading the
country down a path of unsound
fiscal policy," he, voiced .his op-
position to the Vietnam war since
it could "conceivably reach the
point of world wide nuclear holo-
T THE MICHHI
moved to another part of the sta
within a month of the electi
may still vote in Ann Arbor pr
viding he signs the appropria
forms with the city clerk's offi
In order to be sure that yo
ballot isn't voided, keep the fo
lowing things in mind when cas
ing your vote on your absent
-leave the perforated stubso
the ballot form:
-sign your name as it is re
istered on the outside of the r
turn envelope: and
--clearly signify if the alte
nate address is on the back of th
ballot application form.
'Glass pick-up ed oa
By JIM O'BRIEN Glass will be picked up today
Today is the last day of a glass at 1:00 at the following locations:
collection and recycling project , Bursley Hall, Baits Housing, Alice
sponsored by Environmental Ac- Lloyd Hall, Mary- Markley Hall,
tion for Survival (ENACT). . a ouzenstHall, Heritage House
The glass pick-ups began as a Apartments, University Towers,
pilot program to determine the Northwood Apartments, Oxford
feasibility of campus glass collec- Housing, Tri-House Co-op, the
tion, and were planned to last Chemistry Bldg., the Medical Sci-
only until last March. They have ence Library, East Quad, and
continued because "people kept Mosher - Jordan dormitory.
bringing in glass." according to Glass for recycling should be
John Richter, ENACT's coordina- rinsed out and rings from alumi-
tor. num - capped .;:bttles should be,
The results of the program will removed. Only Bqlear and brown
be included in a report by Rich- bottle glass will,,be accepted.
ter to Secretary of the Univer- If you have cans, newspapers,
sity Richard Kennedy. Also in the or glass for recycling, the Ecology
report are recommendations for Center will accept them at 1965
next year's collection program in- Industrial Highway. The center's
eluding more pick-up stations, and recyclinz station is open Wednes-
the use of a University van to day through Saturday, and can
transport the glass to a central accept bundled newspapers, flat-
collection station. tened cans, and glass separated
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