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THEMICHIGANDAILY

kCo-Editor Theatre
Notes
The Drama Season has an-
nounced that Wesley Addy, stage
and screen actor, will appear in
the local production of "Candida,"
opposite Nancy Kelly.
The play will be presented May
26 to May 31 at the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre. Addy will come
to Ann Arbor from Berlin, Ger-
many, where he has completed a
featured role in the motion pic-
ture, "Six to One," with Jack Pa-
lance and Jeff Chandler.
In "Candida" he will play the
role of Morell, Candida's husband.
He appeared in this role opposite
Katherine Cornell in her recent
revival of the popular Shavian
comedy.
On Broadway, he has appeared
s named co-editor of Generation, as the evil Ben Hubbard in "An-
in action by the Board in Control other Part of the Forest," a dedi-
cated atomic scientist in "The
Traitor," and in "The Enchanted"'
and "The First Gentleman."
He has appeared in the motion
pictures "The Big Knife" and
T* "Garment Jungle" as well as on
Radar Uit television.
The 65th annual May Festival
will open Thursday at Hill Audi-
for a study of possible unique torium. There will be concerts
characteristics of radar pictures featuring the Philadelphia Or-
from tornados. It can also deter- chestra and soloists Thursday
mine whether radar is adequate to through Sunday night, and Sat-
identify tornados." urday and Sunday afternoon.
ORGANIZATION NOTICES,
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NAACP Asks Residents
To Reconsider Petition

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"PERFECT!
...JUST WHAT THE
DOCTOR ORDER2ED!"
--Crowther, Times
DANNY KAYE

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Ann Arbor citizens were asked
yesterday by the executive board
of the Ann Arbor Branch of the
National Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People not
to sign any petitions now circu-
lating which concern urban re-
newal.
The board made its request
"until further publicrhearings are
held to discuss the progress of the
Citizens Committee on Urban Re-
newal."
Specific reference was made in
the statement to petitions which
are being circulated by organizers

of the "North Central Citizens
Association."
The board said it was "parti-
cularly alarmed" that signers of
these petitions are delegating the
power to "act on their behalf" in
urban renewal matters."
In the petitions, signers "give
full power to a committee to be
selected by us, to represent us and
to act for our best interests in any
way necessary or possible."
A meeting of the Ann Arbor
NAACP will be held within a week
to discuss various aspects of the
petitions, board members said.

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English Dept. Prof..F. E. L. Priestley of
.the Univ. of Toronto will speak on
"Science and the Poetic Imagination"
on Tues., April 29, in Aud. A, Angell
Hall, at 4:10 p.m. All interested per-
sons are cordially invited to attend.

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