The Sandusky Star-Journal (Sandusky, Ohio), 15 November 1919, Page 10

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The Sandusky Star-Journal (Sandusky, Ohio), 15 November 1919, Page 10  - Those Who Know Him Confident Capt. Freitas Will...
Those Who Know Him Confident Capt. Freitas Will "Make Good"; ^ . Commissioner Has No Program i Because he will be a new man on !' the city commission, never before ! having held a political office, the ! eyes ot most Sandusky people will ' be upon Capt. George P. Freitas wheu ! he takes office January 1, next. t- Capt. Freitas has been introduced S -to Sandusky people heretofore in the · : ' Star-Journal, and many who scarcely scarcely knew him before now are familiar '· with his career as a tugman, his res- '· idence in Sandusky since 1903, and the fact that he is president of the Licensed Tugmen's Protective Association, Association, one of the big labor organizations organizations of the country. WILL PAY YOU CASH For Yonr Paid and Partly Paid LIBERTY BONDS All Dealings Strictly Confidential Office Hours until 6 p. m. daily. Any evening by appointment- Room 81--3rd floor Kingsbury Building, N. E. corner Columbue-av and Washington-rw. Bell Main 1162; Home 460-R. Capt. 'George F. Freitas. Capt. Freitas was elected to -the nmmissinn^as a labor candidate, Edisons'l 0. E. SODERBERG L O. O. F. BWg. Washington-r* sVictrolas J "Justice" and yon Trout be doing doing it to yourself until you let me do your cleaning- Ole TAC Do Werner Main 2SS7. but he has not thus far outlined program In fact, he hasn't any particular particular program Those who have conversed with him, however, are satisfied that he will be an able member of the commission. And among those who have talked with him, who hold a high opinion of him, men who will be his colleagues. As a labor man, Capt. Freitas devoted to the cause, but he i* conservative, rather than raaical. Since he has been -president of the Tug- men's Association, he has been able to negotiate satisfactory agreements with employers and there has been no strike. Capt. Freitas doesn't believe believe in strikes except as a last resort, and is confident that differences differences can be adjusted if both sides will be reasonable.

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