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Atty. Milton R. Henry, City Commissioner, Pontiac HI tell you why I’m going to vote for George Romney on Nov «. I'm sick and tired of people who think that Negroes should always vote for Democratic candidates. A lot of people talk about h ovv nu.c.l uuicr tilings are since me Democrats took office. But for thousands of Negroes right nere in Detroit, things can’t get any worse. Some people who have been out of work for months are beginning to realize that talk is cheap. We need action!! It’s about time for Negroes to wake up. If the Democrats feel they will be less quick to do any thing constructive about our prob lems. But my vote is not only a pro test vote, for it is also based on my sincere belief that George itomney is the best man for the job. I believe he is honest on the issue of civil rights and I believe he knows enough about business to get more jobs for Michigan citizens. ACTION! JOBS! LEADERSHIP! t2sCP*9"lk S ' J. ;|I PAIL) FOR UY I.OIS V NAIK CAMPAIGN t'OM.MITTKE DETROIT TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1962 Why Be Taken For Granted By One Political Party? "It is my firm conviction that all men are equal under God. God has said in the Holy Bible that HE is no respecter of persons and that we are to judge no man. "Under the fatherhood of God, all mankind are brothers and I esteem every man as myself, regardless of his race, creed or color. ★ "I am dedicated to complete religious free dom and one of my major objectives is the elimi> nation of discrimination and human injustice politically, ecoomically, and socially. "As Americans, we must make our practice equal our principles if we are to w.n the minds of men for freedom in the conflict with godless tyranny." Michigan Needs A FRESH And New APPROACH WE NEED AND MUST HAVE MORE JOBS Vote For GEORGE ROMNEY Nov. 6th We'll . fS shar,W5 har,W F Whitten I have been concerned for years > *rs aoout the role of special iciest groups m government. I of \i u- UUKra;s n «w in control L " polil cs < ■"!> a «p< it TK ! WlSl Par,y ' a,1,ml ' i, 1 V rw,rd b, “ rs " »5N H'il from this omossivo show '( favor, hr offic ncy of Kovorn 'i * dvt ' r *‘ | V an,l soriously ih , i haw s "ar,-,l anil 1 B,ao continues to mount higher and higher. I believe George Itomney will ' r "‘' ailmini. tration i la ß V Sk '< ’ M chl an ! ,s Promises to tliis effect ar e '.V <f Scarcer •n tnc field of business and vir fy ‘ . lii.illy every area of civic en deavui Ills leadership has meant the difference between success •ind failure in numerous instances There are many reasons I think the voters will east their ballots foi George Romney on Nov. However, my chief reason for supporting Romney is that I be lic\e he is the only man who knows how to deal with the critical problems in this state. Elect.. LOIS V. A 1 tit To CONGRESS VOTE TUES.. NOV. 6th Republican l4th District # Civic Leader for 20 years. • Preferred by Civic Search light Vote for ROMNEY I Mrs. Thelma Roldon, Housewife w< noia a governor who can get! hings done, a Governor who can f ' a w '*b the fiscal, administrative political and economic chaos in ' l,l and promote govern- No on? can deny that Romney 1 in gets t -lings done. Anyone who <an do wh..t he did for American Motors is the man the people need .in lansing. His record if leadership in vari- I w V* ■' v . jfc\ u\..w v *+ - ous Michigan organizations can neither be questioned nor matched by Governor Swainson. Get out and vote for George Romney on Nov. 0. Michigan needs a man like George Romney in the State House in Bansing. In his campaign, he has pro mised. in unqualified terms, to get rid of the evils of discrimina tion and he has promised to bring jobs to Michigan. If problems in these areas did not exist, such promises would be meaningless. But there is unemployment, par ticularly in the Negro community. And there is discrimination which, in many instances, is just as ram pant as it was 20 years ago. It’s time to stop ’ negotiating’ VOTE FOR... Robert BLACKWELL - FOR CONGRESS - 13th Congressional District Ballot No. 82 ENDORSED by THE DETROIT FREE PRESS 3 Mr. Charles M Tucker, Realtor Roptiae aoout civil righis and jobs. I believe George Romney will provide the leadership necessary to break the partisan deadlock in Lansing and prointe govern ment in the interest of all Mich igan citizens. Robert Royal. English Teacher, Wsk llipp|B <- leer in the 14th Congressional Dis Jj; >' «&■ **'*' Jgjigpf' f : >-gKfeS|i[S\ I WU • 4 vC f \ ;ji C' *' ; v. ;V^■: .■f iwlfc. ■ 'J j«( 4. Vj -~~ J V/‘;, 'J\ : Do Not SEGREGATE Your VOTE!! , George Romney t r! c\ he* more volunteer 'u.urj working on the campaign thar any itlmr person in the 14th is i a ll.’udq'jartcr*. Mr. Royal, i English eaeher at Mackenzie i:<»h •s«.r to .,i j n Detroit I've* at 1K24 Nardin, Detroit, lie pre I lights a st bhct he feel* will *c given tup eansid 'ration by Mr. 'omney. Rev A A Ranks. Minister. Vv’n n a political party has a nonopoly on votes, then that par- V b c lines less responsive to the reep'" This is the case in Michigan, "he Democrats respond to the n ’ds ii ihe Nero community with words and no deeds, and r v then wh *n they are forced to do so. . G • r e Roinn 'y has the kind f ability and experience that *& i -fc lu'-Sti convinces me that he is the best man to serve as Governor of the stale of Michigan. The position of the Negro com munity in a political campaign is unique. For the last 14 years, our support has been solicited. (Continued on Page 8) SET MICHIGAN STRAIGHT iDiaisia m 'aoivNas aivis Apauua)| |||9 joj a*OA around the town ... with Lee Ivory Thu Jazz Messengers will be departing fur Europe immcdatrly ♦ » Irorreni 10 day stand al the Minor Key over on Dexter. Alhough Art saya the contracts aim t firmed up, there is a movie in the offering “Eva" —to be f.lmed in Italy. The musical score has been completed with Wayne Shorter handling most cf the composition and the group gave an earthy interpretation cf Wayne's writing cf the title tune. 0 # »> Something new was added to the newstands of Detroit last week in the form of “Soul Maga 7; ne"—a magazine for and about Soul-Folk. Mtapy Exhorts Public To Vote AFL-CIO President George Meany recently called for a “rec ord vote” on November 6 as a means of “demonstrating to the world that Americans are arous ed, alert, determined’’ in their de fense of freedom. In a letter to all AFL-CIO af filiates and subordinate organi zations, Meany said labor must redouble its get out thc-vote drive, “not as a partisan undertaking but as a contribution to the na tional interest. "Let us drive, the mess«9e home to every union member end to every citizen: "Vote es you please, but for the nation's sake., please vote." Are You Satisfied With Things As They Are? "I believe the same considerations should be applied to all, without regard to race, religion, color or political affiliation. "Because of my practical experience in get ting people to cooperate with each other, I be lieve I can do more to correct the problems of racial discrimination and human injustice in this state. ★ "I will fight for full freedom, equal oppor tunity, equal recognition and justice for all. "Actions speak louder than words. My ac tions throughout my public and private life in areas of human justice and non-discrimination speak for themselves." The cover is intriguing and the articles are well-written, though*- provoking dissertations on th‘? plight, humor and sadness of the | original soul people. • <• <• The Reverend Malcolm Boy*!, along with Woodie King. Jr. an 1 Cliff Frazier, will be appearin ' at the Will-0 Way Apprentb * Theatre in Bloomfield Hills com mencing Friday night, Novemb* r 2, in his own original “Study ill Color’’—an evening of theotr Rev. Boyd says: “ Study in Color’ concerns race relation . It consists of three one act plaj . 1 have written these plays b - cause I believe that some of tl • most powerful messages of o- ' time and culture arc to be found in the theatre, the novel an I occasionally in the medium < f film “Many people do not attend t church or synagogue; some p< sons who attend seldom listen in depth to sermons, or are serious! moved by them. Therefore, I have employed the medium < the theatre to speak about race, in human relations.” it-** mL «*» At CLIFF FRASER, WOODIE KINC MALCOLM BOYD Rev. Boyd, Episcopalian Ctyp! lain at Wayne State Universit has been very active in th fight against segregation an< knows whereof he speaks. Thes three plays will no doubt shqc * and disturb many—but this is ■ their main purpose and we ar* 1 eagerly looking forward to open Ing night. There will be eight initial per formances of the play, on three successive weekends commenc ing this Friday. The Will -0 Way is located at 785 West Ixing Read. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. *. * * Next week, we will try to inter view Detroit’s newest and most exciting folk aiager—Phyllis Bai'- ley. Till then, set you around the town..,.