THIRD PARTIES: Lemke Entries

When North Dakota's bald, freckled Representative William Lemke last June announced simultaneously the birth of the Union Party and his own selection as its candidate for President, Democratic State Chairman David Lawrence of Pennsylvania promptly moved to keep him off that State's ballot by having his henchmen file petitions pre-empting the Union Party name. Last week Candidate Lemke, whose principal backer is radiorating Rev.

Charles E. Coughlin of Royal Oak, Mich, (see p. 61), got on Pennsylvania's ballot anyway when his supporters filed petitions qualifying him as candidate of the "Royal Oak"...

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