Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 27, 1930 · Page 5
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', (Spwlftl tt> Alloottft Mirror.) tyASHINCifOtt, p.' C,, May~27.— fitrbng t&lictttioA that organized labor *e|aras$h«'Vfatories of James J. Davis ana Glffofd Plnchot as Its . own trljBmph, and will carry Its ftjfc$oct,6t boih into the November election' was' contained today In an official pi/bllca* tion of tile Railroad firptherhoods. AlthbugH admitting that Frahcls SKunk Brown was endorsed by labor, the" statement says that "the returns would Indicate that the big majority of the worke'rs backed the former gojirernor, Plnchot. 1 . 1 " . •• Labor's attitude' -was regarded a» of Special significance In view of plans to oppose Plnchot with a wet relate In .the'fall election. The ralhroad brotherhoods at . the same 'time made .public a telegram from Davis In which he acknowledge their support "contributed greatly" td hi* victories. It said: "May i expr^ws" my dee'p appreciation of the- support of the railway labor organizations of Pennsylvania? The unselfish work of this fine" body of citizens was of inestimable ,value. in promoting the candidacy of myself and associates. "The action of the national executives of the various railroad labor organisations at their meeting in Washington in April was heartening; Indeed, .and the vote in the railway sections'Of Our state proved conclusively how* energetically and loyally these railway men rallied to my support. "I cftrf only show my real appreciation of the generous cooperation, of these men of the railways, by my services as a member of the senate, should I be so.fortunate as to be elected this fall. "May I repeat that I have stated many times during the campaign, that if elected I will to the best of my ability serve 1 the interests and welfare of all the' people? "While I have previously expressed my thanksNto the officials Of the railroad labon organisations, I wanted to take this opportunity to let the men In the various railway sections of the •tate know* of my sincere, thanks for ./*?^ They'll bo happy on $36 a week. That was the prediction of Dolores Ford, Smith College heiress "whose marriage to. a cabaret employe recently was annulled, pictured hero In New York with her new husband, liOUls'MaUhows, a Hlchmond, Va., plumber. This Is her fourth marriage. She was reported to have requested her father, a multimillionaire Toledo, Ohio, manufacturer, to discontinue ,her 912,000 a a year allowance. the effective voluntary work,they performed In the recent primaries. "It would'not be fair to omit from this message a note of appreciation for the special edition of labor, which was evidently and thoroughly distributed throughout the entire state. < > "I know that It contributed greatly to the victory achieved." Resorts—Atlantic City, N. J. 9OME Arkansas Ave. and The Boardwalk DECORATION DAY SPECIAL. S3, $4, 16 Each Person European Plan, ,'Thurfl. to Sun., Inclusive, or Frl. to Men., inclusive. I. N. BOYER, M. D. Prop. WOULD OF .TODAY By i. 0. HOVLfi, Staff Cottiipondent. <CApyrt*ht, 1990, by AlWoita Mirror.) WAStUtfdTOK* ». C., May 2?.— ebftstrtictidfjj Especially in the iwe of building of homes, Is showing a marked increase la the suburban, districts as compared; with city blocks. This -is Indicated plainly In the figures so far available from ijie bureau of census. These figures ''prtsent a rather difficult problem fdr analysis because of the fact that In many instances the suburbs lie vHthln -the city limits of the Incorporated town. However, Dr. Leon Troesdell, chief of the population census*. deeWtres the trend to the suburbs is unmistakable. Me is unable to say whether this Is a result of a movement from the more congested city districts or whether It represents new population. Many Of the census , enumerators maintain there is no distinct movement away from the city proper. They base this on the increased number of large apartment houses being built throughout the urban distrcts, and the increased number of people who live In this, type of dwelling. They admit, however, that more people now want t6 own their own homes, and it is this, class which have built up the suburban {districts. Construction fnl the suburban districts la largely confided to single family dwellings, but in the older suburbs, surrounding the larger cities, apartment houses have already begun to make their appearance and have part df IMS tfenU i» due ta «w«t dealt* of t»t«\ Afnertcftri ttly Co frijst oUtdo-d* *aiti8<sm«ftf*. Wflers owes 4 family was eontent w pitSnic in a city paflt, today a fAfjw number is likely to take & trip of seventy-five to 200 miles, with the picnic merely an incidental. Municipal golf links have proved totally inadequate for the growing army of golfer*. The same applies to public tennis courts, public swimming beaches and other forms of outdoor amuse- •uvent. People are now seeking these diversions- in the suburbs. Retail trade has "followed the flag." In many suburban districts adjoining large cities, the big department stbre merchants have established branches, or .warehouse* and loading stations, by means of .which deliveries are made In the suburbs as promptly as in city streets. This has involved - a tremendous Increase in wire communication, since" no small part of the business of the parent stores is transacted by telephone with these branch stores and warehouses. The trend is shown by preliminary figures in a number of cities. For example, Cleveland showed a gain of 12.6 per cent In the present census as compared with 1920, but some of the suburbs showed an increase of as high as 228 per cent. 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I3 IH STREET BUY CREDIT f ^ ™y NATIONALLY ADVERTISED CASH PRICES %ttr Mouglfrf AuOfofttNB freneve that no LAW 10 ttlt.0 COW8T1TUT10HAL WASHINGTON, to. C., May Z?.—Ths i»S» fall-laftot act, insofar &g it forbade fftltttMtds to "Interfere with, in flusnce of coerce" employes la aelec- tlo* At repre«ettt«.Uve» for dealing with the employers, waa held constitutional J>y the supreme court yesterday. Chief Justice ttughes read the court's decision. The decision wa"« given on an appeal by/the Texas & New Orleans roads, two lower federal courts having held unlawful and perpetually enjoined it from recognizing and negotiating with Idftt&tu OT tftfc brotherhood nnlotf. TB* frt*«r upheld the MW tew. Th* cftsw mrorVerJ many pefBU irfmllar to the Mfflgff "yellow-dog" contract ca**«, With tfre employers enjoined fnntead at the em- ployes. GINGRICH NEW LOCAtlOJf 1409 Eleventh Ave. Just a shake or two completes the toilet! 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