The text under the photo reads:
TARGET OF ATTACK-- Man identified by IUE publicity agent, Ray Hansen, as Alec Leith, a one-time writer for the Communist newspaper, The Daily Worker, is shown above standing at right on the steps of UE local 931 office in St. Joseph. Hansen charged over WHFB last night that Leith was formerly known as Alex Goldmann and that he wrote a "greeting" in the booklet entitled: "Two Decades of the Communist Party in New York State." Leith, said Hansen, is handling UE publicity during the local struggle to retain bargaining rights at Whirlpool. Standing on steps with Leith is Robert Mounsey, route 2, Eau Claire, one of the UE's most ardent local supporters. Man with back to camera is identified as Henry Batke, who took a trip to Soviet Russia three years ago.
If you wish to enlarge photo, double click on image. To read Henry Batke's March 5, 1955 response to the photo and the following article, click on letter-to-the-editor.
The following article adjoined the photo on page one of The Herald-Press, March 2, 1955.
BALLOTS ON UE