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Geneva McNeal Is Vet At Ringing Doorbells By LUTHER WEBB Confident of winning: a seat in the Michigan State Sen ate the impression given by a aiulidate office for the first time this week—desmte the fact that she entered since the prirrun Hrt. Geneva G. McNeal vol unteer political worker for the Republican "cause" for the past fourteen year*. wii elected by the executive board of the First District when Frederick Byrd withdrew following the primary. Lower tuxes. workable FEPC legislation. additional rton;e> for education are rnong the p . '3s in Mrs. McNcal s plat; :ti wh h ■he states “is drawn up to resent the needs >f segpie' f of our population, ar.i n>’ *■ group." Although youthful .n age a* politics go, she ts a veteran in ringing door bells, participating in civic efforts, and rommiwitv projects as well a* htr : love—politics. She declares that Gene: al F • enhower. when she bel;e\r- t • be an honest, since:e ..n.4 quai.- Led leader, w M give ’ho Den crats their first licking in years, come nex* Tuesday. A well-kn wn business woman she is rr.a r;ed to Leo E. McN* >1 and resides at 3111 F'Mry n heart of the F r»t S> n • District, which she expects* to 2 TRlßUNE—Saturday, November 1. 1952 MAKE HVOTE COUNT against "JIM-CROWISM” The head man in the vicious fight against the Negro Race is Alabama's Senator, John J. Sparkman, Democrat candidate for vice-president. This narrow, minded -*■ lUtherner. booster of “Jim-Crowism” and swom opponent of the Negro :s leading the move to destrov Negro rights and crush the Negro evert where. He could become President! During Sparkman's years in the l*. S. House of Representatives there were 7 rolJ-cal] votes on civil rights legislation-including an anti-lynching bill, an anti-pi 11 tax bill and a start on FEPO. SPARKMAN VOTED AGAINST EVERY ONE OF THESE 7 VITAL BILLS Since 19*> there have been 16 roll-’ Here are SPARKMAN'S exact words: V JM®* iN |o,3_ Ev ' ,yo '' 5 kno '*> th °' «* proposed (FEPCI is but a politico! football that it ™ PJ ' p3V 4 V«an and to a letter degree every 2 yeor. to try to influence the Negro vote. ,N 1950 “ °~ c 9° ,nst civil-right* proposal*—always have been and always w:i! be. i:,VN ,N ! ’ SS - w « touthern Democrat Senotor.-2l of ut-ore bonded together 1 °"d pied 9 ‘d to ute every porliomentory device potiible to defeat civil-rights legislation." FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS VOTE FOR ALL OF THESE MEN WHO OPPOSE SPARKMAN AND HIS KIND: Dwl,M D.‘Elsenhower—President tlchord M. Nixon-Vke-Presldwrt Fred M. Alger-Oavernar • Chorlos I Owen J. Cleary— Secretary es Stele Clarence A. Roid-U. Oevemer Frank O. Millard Attorney General John J Ma| ,, n Audllof D. Hale Erake-Stat. Treasure. Charles H. King-State Seorem. Ceurt VOTE ** CITIZENS FOR EISENHOWER JOHN FEIKENS, Michigan Chairman • CLARK SWART, Michigan Traaswsas -■ i . V MRS. GENEVA G McNEAL Senate Ist Dist.' • • <'*cr rani, v ! l'L>3 Serving her second term as & member of the Republican State Central Committee she is preud of a successful effort during 1949 when she succeed ed in getting the resolution committee of the GOP Central group to "include an FEPC ! clause in fheir plefform." I Born in Kentucky, she was educated in that s' I e and at Walden College in Nashville. Tenn. the Detroit Institute of Commerce and the University of M chigan Extension school. A f rmer ■»?.«t <• etnplovee. she is also an instructoi in Cosmetology. She is also a member of the f.M!«\\ ng organisations ! —Her second term a« mem . her of the Republican State I Centra! Committee -Third term as a member !of Repiib' can Women Federa ti i ■'* Michigan's Board of D rectors 3—F Mirth term as a member f the W.ivne County Republican j C Mer | 4 Second term as president, F do W 'men's Republican I Club 3 -M< n bei ■'*' Wayne County W or * Republican Club. Morn'mi Bus i>«<s and Pro •I >s. : and W 'men's Club. | Sm ' nn-omes ha\e increased ei r-udciably greater percen* ' « 'ban 1 _e incomes since 1‘ <’■ fling to a Committee j Between 190(1 and 19.30 na production per manhour 'rose from ab *ut 51 rents (in *e " of 1949 prices) to SI R3. an rd ng *o a Committee for- E n n c Development study. call votes on civil rights in the U. S. Senate. In every inst ir.ee Senator Sparkman voted against them . . . against you and the Negro Race. He is not alone In a recent television appearance, Democrat Governor Herman Talmadge of Georgia, one of Sparkman’s boys, said that the civil righta plank in the Democrat platform was, “Just so much political SOT thrown out to try and get the Negro vote.” •This is the record. These are the facts you must face. Don’t he misled by soft words intended to blind > T, u to the real danger. Fight your greatest enemy! M ke your vote count to safeguard the liberties you now enjoy ... to tight for the rights you deserve. Senator Art Wood Seeks Re-election Senator Arthur E Wood, long* time champion of social gams, is a candidate for re-election tor State Senator from the 4th dis trict. When a member of the House and Senate of the State Legis -1 lature. Senator Wood received widespread commendation for his work in originating and sponsor ing a great number of acts, too numerous to mention, but of which the following constitute a small portion: The original Old Age Pension: the repeal of the head tax; the Builders’ I.ien Law; the Insur ance anti-discr.mination law and a study committee preceeding the I’nemployment Insurance. Sen- 1 ator Wood is a champion of Civil Rights in Michigan VTA Seeks— (Continued from Page 1) its support toward such an inte grated professional meeting dur ing 1953.” Petitions Assembly When the special session of ..e .Virginia General Assembly con ' venes in December of this year, the State of Virgin a will receive an opportunity to set a forward pace in social and educational progress The VTA will urge the Gov e.nnr and members of the A<- semhly to consider and enact legislation to (I) eliminate the poll tax as a prerequisite to voting; (2) to repeal the laws • s NEW SUPERVISOR: Ulysses W. Boykin, member of the De troit Tribune editorial staff, who was appointed this week to Wayne County Board of Supervisors by Council Pres ident Louis C. Miriam to fill out the unexpired term of Paul H. Fields. Both were once as sociated "in the publishing of the Tribune and a trade mar ket directory. The new super visor. who resides at 1453 Pin gree. is a member of the Industrial Sites Committee. Regional Planning Commission? the public relations committee. O. C. D.: and the Wayne County Republican Committee. He is authcr of the "H-ndbook on the Detroit Negro.” requiring "Cgrcgatron on i m nn>n icarrirrs: (3i to iep.;il all law# I requiring segreeef on in places of public .is<emMy. and (4* to I propose .< Constitutional amend* ; ment to repeal all law s reqirring segregation n public education. In regard to education, another resolution urged non support of the Constitutional amendment to be voted upon on November 4. This would enable Srate paitici pation in the Southern Regional School Progiatn, theieby perpet uating and extending segregation in education. Also, the VTA condemns the authorization of additional work at the graduate and profesSion.il level in the separate schools when siieh courses ate already offe.ed in existing institutions within the* State Union To (Continued from Page 1) in .4 as a field of work." Consideration of his application bv the trades council came after several discussions between Clif ford Sparkman. Council presi de nt. officials of the Greater De troit Negro Labor Council and other race printers In fulfilling one of the quali- In fulfilling one of the union qualifications ..s demanded r.f employee#, two Reed company employees took examinations last week :n the Pressmen's ~nd thr Typographical unions. They are Roland Wilson a compositor for -'0 years and John Wright, fi ve ai pressman. Others Failed Numerous attempts have hepn made in the past by old estab lished race printing gums to gain the Inion label, but all have been unsuccessful for various reasons as to qualifying according to un ion standards. Several Negro journeymen in the printing trades are working in white shops, hut if the Reed company, established in 1 is uccessfnl it will mark the first t:n e that a Negro punting firm has been admitted to the printers union M C ARTHUR COLTON DENTIST MICHIGAN and GRISWOLD Orer Kinsal'a Daily Hour*. 9 to t Sunday. 10 to 12 'politic*! •dv*rtiMinv«t) Alger L rgcs Loner Costs, Not More Tax Fred Alger insists that lower costs of govern ment not higher taxes are the answer to Michigan’s present fin ancial crisis! FVed Alg«r The State of Michigan, nice you and me, can go broke too. And the State will go broke if it keeps on •pending more than it takes in,” Alger insists. KEEP MICHIGAN FROM GOING BROKE. A. E rrf T FRED M governor NOV. 4. republican. __ 'H'"**! UnnimHMi [Southerners AfrajJ GOP to Pass FEPcI WASHINGTON. D. C —“South ern Democrats, to the embarrass ment of their so-culled ‘liberal’ Northern partners, have let the Civil Rights doublccross of Ne groes out of the bag and have been forced to admit that if Republicans win the national election Civil Rights legislation w ill be passed w ithin si x months.” said. Val J. Washington, assistant to the chairman of the Republican National Committee. "All along wa hava known of this phonay conspiracy.” said Mr. Washington, "but now wa Council of Churches Hold Sixth Annual Festival By BETTIE ELLINGTON Last Sunday afternoon. Oct. 26, found the old Historic Masonic Temple filled with a larxe crowd of eager wor shipers. The meeting was the sixth Annual Protestant Reformation Festival, under the auspices of the Detroit Council of Churches. The Reverend John Arthur Visser, presided. The organ prelude playing "Lord Jesus Christ Ba With Ut Now." rang out in joyful chimtc with Edwin B. Skinnar at tha organ. Tha "Introif," "O Coma Lat U* Sing," was har monised baautifully by Mala Choir i start. Congragational voices blended together in tha Processional Hymn "Ecumen icity in tha Tuna," "The Church's One Foundation" by Gresham. The Reverend Jfomer J Arm strong, pastor. Jefferson Avenue Baptist Church, presented the | invocation. Bishop George W. Baber of tha AME Church presented tha Responsive Reading from Psalm 46—" God is our refuge and strength, a vary pleasant help in trouble. Therefore will we not fear, though tha earth do change and though the mountains ba shaken into the heart of tha seas."—and all of the rest of tha passages throughout tha 46th chapter. The Rev. Theodore J. Prctzlaff. pastor of Salem Lutheran church. . . . CAPABLE ■ K ■ « • JAMES N. McNALLY Progressive War Veteran * Do you L worry | about forgetting j to turn off t the tank? I ftIREHB MO 1 / StocdorW witollotionA N ’ ''''DDD& HKluding \ I f-J f fe / thof o#^ our hot water worries art over the moment you get the nght-sited automatic electric water beater It's clean ... care-free.. dependable... thrifty... durable... a. well worry-free and work-free. Ask about the maay con me nets of an automatic electric water heater at your electric appliance dealer's or neighborhood Edison oftce offer tha Amarican paopla pot itiva proof in tha form of an Atlanta Constitution aditorial warning tha South that a Sta vanson victory would protact tha ragion from FEPC." A spaach by Sanator Jamas O. Eastland to Mississippi Ro tarians assuring tham that ha is not afraid of Civil Rights lagialation as long as Damocrats control tha govarnmant and an •ppaal tor Southarn support by Candidata Stevenson himsalf. on tha basis that it would ba fatal for Southarn Congrass- lod "The Apostle s Cieed.” The Rev. G Merrill Lenox, executive director Os the Council* of Churches, gave "Events of Ecu menical Importance." Ty Festival Chorus Anthem conducted by Dr. Cyril E. Baker rendered “Almighty God Whose Glory." The Rev. E. Stanley Jones presented by the Rt. Rev. Rich ard S. Emrich. gave the Refor mation address, which will be long remembered by the au di e nee. *T h e Reformation Prayer was presented by the Rev. Roger Eddy Treat. Bishop Marshall R. Reed gave “The Ecumenical Offering.' The audience joined in singing "A Mighty Fortress is Our God.” The Rev. D St. Clair Campbell, vice president of Windsor Coun cil of Churches, gave the bene diction. The large choir of mixed voices of various groups of people rendered lovely music. YOUR VOTE CAN RE-ELECT James N. McNALLY Prosecuting Atty. Wayne County REPUBLICAN Former Prosecutor r *"•*» to lots Chli,.._ . Congressional Com ®**S| trtmsndou, fhorily that go Wa *h»»i*ton ujjj *».?!? ?oliow“ PdP "' ‘MH It th# Rspubij 1 fomrol o 1 CongtJ ** J I‘ka Ssnslort 7 ‘hsir^H FEPcT #r * W *'' •« ESI \T. PC law wdhis lu rji Seventh District fuS five Her.der.sun LmJH this piedicton at the of Allatoona D» m Jt C JN Wednesday. 'This sbls congrtuau. J describes hmiisif „ n -1 erat. no reluctsni r\J*l but ■ 100 per cent support of the p,„ y , 2“ h » of the principal diJs Republican victory JV] her. ... "*** If the Dt moertti * « 1 Russell. a.« one of J? po^ rfu ' niPn m the w! in the Democratic PartyT. able to continue to p r3tel . South from the FEPC ,h, «„* have benefited the region a the Demon atu admin;stjip« A Proven Fri«| RE-ELECT ■RL i ARTHUR L WOOI STATE SENATOt 1 4th District REPUBLICAN ! Senator Wood * Fought For Social Saco * Original Old Age Puma * Sponsored Insurance Regardless of Your Party Ha an (X) by Arthur E. Wood Name in the Bepubliein Cal umn.