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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 6

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• THE SANDUSKY HEOISTElt'STAR NEWS rH«ty, titttmhtt It, 1955 ' • llaiuche Will Face Labor Trouble If He is Serious In Presiden! Bid By LVLt: C. WILSON United P TMS Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Dec. 16 (UP)—Olifo> Gov. Frank J. LaiL-scliP will have labor trouble If he Is serious about seeking next yenr',s pemocratlc presidential nomination. ' Labor lenders blame the governor for at lca.st two unforglve- •"•ble sins. If he actually goes for the nomination, they will gel n long-sought chance to cut him down to size. I^au.scl)e announced IhLs week. (hat he would enter Ohio's presi- 3. The AFL-CIO. power dcntial primary a,s a favorite son,,,ou^g ^,1^^^, the railway brolh candidate. That should shoo all erhoods. was trying by popular other Democratic hopefuls away ^,^5 eon.stitution. from the state. Labor cannot ick rf,,^ an,e„(|me„( ^ould have made Lausrhc on his home grounds. He S;„ j^^ga, j„ Q,,JO unemployed been elected governor five times ,vorkers to receive unemploymcnl liy now, never with more than compensation plu.s the additional grudging labor admission that henay.p,, p^^, ,|,^. atitomobih might do, and more often without,i„^„g,,.y pri)nii.scd under its *ven that, ciO contracts. There are Democrats who argue lhat l-ausche is no Democrat but a distinguished Repulilican. There ere even more Ohio labor leaders who will insist now that the governor is no pal of the unions. Lausche, nevertheless, ha,? been unbeatable in Ohio. It is considerably more than likely that Lau,sche will win the Ohio presidential primary. Labor Eyes Convention ill other states it could be another story. Lauscbe would not offend labor leaders if he dared cross the Ohio frontier to engage them elsewhere. But it is not in .state presidential primaries that the Giant AFL-CIO. likely assisted by the railway brotherhoods, will expect to repay Lausche for past misiavors. Organized labor would expect to stop Lau.sche in the smoke-filled rooms and on the floor of next year's Democratic National Convention. The unions have a veto Iherc. There have had it ever since KDR added to the Democratic P^rly. But of them all, the aggressively Icfl-of-center labor leaders have been the most powerful. Tiicy have vetoed Democratic candidates before this and the odds that "they will be able to repeat next year are lOO-to-l or longer. •Ai; of this may be why Lausche • hesitates to enter primaries out- i.side Oliio, iGrent And Small ; I^ausciie's sins, as labor cata- ;;1ogs them, are great and small. :\nd even trivial. But two of them •are underlined in rainbow ink and lagged unforgi\able. No. 1 w a s ^marked up in 1950 when Lausche) •openly favored the re-election ofi iih; late Sen. Robert A. Taft, i\]r. | ilo'iiiblican himself, ^and co-author' of the Taft-Hartley Act. Lausche' i;itcd Taft, a much superior man to his Dcniocralic opponent, Jo.s- oph I, Jumping Joci Ferguson, and he let the voters of Ohio know it. L.'st montli Lausche committed PUCO Approves Utility Mergers COLUMBUS. Dec. 16 (UP) — The Ohio Public Ulilitles Commission today had approved the merger of the Natural Oas Company of West Virginia into the Ohio Fuel Gas Co. The merger ulll fake place Jan. I. Headquarters of the Natural Gas Company of West Virginia will be moved from Pittsburgh to Columbus. Natural Gas serves some 34,000 customers in nine Eastern Ohio counties Ohio fuel serves some 590.000 customers In 39 Ohio counties. turbines ar« now in use and by push button control, the motorist will bo able to select his lane of entrance. Guests are George Forrest, Tif -J tin; Arthur Salo. Oberlln; Burl | Stehblns, Hudson; if. S. Ludlow.,' Harold Smith. Donald Hoffman, Nelson Parsons. Ricliard N. Par sons of the U. S, Navy, wl»o is on :a holiday furlough. Lausche said he thought the idea of paying people not to work was. TKLLS OF KILLING--Ffarvcy fantastic. That word "fantastic"| I.ec Rush, 44-year-old itinerant did it. The proposed amendment was not merely defeated, it was swamped in opposition votes. Since •hen the word from Ohio has been that labor is out to get Lausche. If he's serious about the presidential nomination, labor will have! its chance. ! The present size of American bills was introduced hy the U. S. Treasury in July, 1929. worker, told Loi Angeles Cal., police that he nnirdored a 12- yrar-okl girl in Cleveland, more than three years ago. Cleveland police consider him the most promising suspect In the I011R unsolved disappearance of Beverly Potts. Beverly was lO-.vcars-old when she di<- peared from a playground at 9:'M) p. m. August 24, 1951. iNKA Telephotoi. Rotarians Hear Cleveland Speaker • Vr :RMILION, Dec. 16 - Stanley 1 Afarks, president of the Marks, Building Equipment Co., Cleveland,| wan introduced to the llotary Club I by Albert Ming. "Nothing, he said,} can stand in the way of progress, and whatever Is needed will be |)roduccd. The increase of motor cars for travel and transportation make good roads a necessity. Ohio's 341 mile of turnpike! is but the beginning of a network of roads which will bind all parts of the nation." Mark.s added, "future cars will I contain more conveniences such as i refrigeration, coffiec heaters, electric shavers, etc. Infra-red rays will remove eondesation. Gas Turn Down Plan For Re-zoning For Plant Site CULUiMBUS, UCt. IH <UP) — t.'ily Council Thursday night defeated llie proposed rezoning of a 40.'} acre tract on the city's north side for a new Ford Motor Co. plant. Ford officials, "ho have been lyoing the site for a plant which would employ 3.(100 workers and produce an annual 1.) million dollar payroll, .said the action '•semed final. " The door to future consideration was left slightly ajar, however, when Ford officials said they would confer with company officials in Dcarljorn, Mich,, regarding possible reconsideration of the rezoning issue by council in January. Quality Coal PROMPT SERVICE CALL 2520 Adelman CoaJ Co. Cblumbus A T«. Subwaf DONT MISS THIS! D l AMONDC Bsautifuliy Styled v in RintT«? — Necklaces Watches Quality Priced to Fit Your Budget Every Diamond Carrie* Bertsch Jewelers Pergonal Guarantee of Value J. Bertsch Jeweler 227 W. Washington Ro -w 57 t *M eut af <l«t*t Marsh ^^^^^ DO IT YOURSELF Plastic Wall Tile Now you can be a Demonstration Learn . . . how easy it is to install this gleaming Homort tile. Watch this educational Demonstration and you con have the savings and satisfaction of installing your own tile. 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