Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 4, 1929 · Page 11
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IK BUSINESS WORLD 8y JOHN T. tflYNN. NEW YOftK, Nov. 4.—Perhaps nothing is an unmixed curse. That is true of our stock market collapse. And in no line should the effect of the col- lipsa be more readily seen than the building; Industry. The trend of building has been somewhat downward. But this had been due, we have been told, to higher interest rates, more expensive credit. If that Is true, now we have about a billion and a half formerly loaned to brokers which is now available for some other use. And along with it we have a reduction In the rediscount rate which will help to make money cheaper. Building then ought to improve, if it Is money it needs. In the first quarter of this year there was a decline of 18 per 1 cent compared with the same .period last year. In the second quarter .the decline was 0 per cent. In the third quarter it was 8 pep cent. The figures so far available Indicate that in this final quarter it may be larger. I do not put too much faith in these figures. They do not, I am convinced, include all the activities of the construction industry. Nevertheless they do indicate a decline. The building materials Industry has ' been somewhat adversely affected by lower prices. Yet the prices are not sufficient to deprive it of profits—and good profits—and the price decline is due not to declining building-but to excessive production. There Is little doubt that any thing will correct this save readjustments, in, the Industries. But' there Is good .reason to believe that building will,,-improve In 1930 if credit conditions remain as they are now since the market cr'ash. The materials to' suffei' most have /^een brick, 'cement and lumber, all iffected by the competition of other lines invited into being by the bad post-war practices of these industries. Paint and specialty manufacturers have done well. .(Copyright, 1049, bj 1 U. P.-C. News Service, Inc.) WIM, ATTEND CONGRESS. Superintendents R. E. Laramy of the city schools, M. A..Dively of the Logan township schools, C. .V. Erdly of the HoIIidaysburg schools' and T. S. Davis, county superintendent of schools, will attend the annual, education congress, sponsored by prominent educators of the itate, which will be held Wednesday and Thursday in Harrlsburg in th» capltol building, A .program of great interest baa been arranged. Canoe Trip •- »> "'/•;••««„ •>; They're making an 8000-mile trip by canoe and dog- team from Chesterfield Inlet, fnr up the Hudson Day region, to Havana, Cuba, via New Orleans. Charles I'lanlnshek, his two children, Tony, aged 7. and Inez, aged 0, and Frank O'Grady, are shown, left to right, at Winnipeg, Canada, after completing the first lap of their long jaunt. In one canoe, .and carrying along their four huskies, they are to go down the Mississippi to Now Orleans and across the Gulf of Mexico to Havana. ' You Can Win ! $300 In Cash Prizes. Balanced- 1 nit Radio This superb Neutrodyne—Plus Lowboy, only $129.50 Sjcreen-Grid, $119.50. Tubes extra. Genuine Electro-Dynamic Speaker, built-in Acoustic Equalizers, and balanced to uso TWO of the wonderful new 245 power tubes, push-pull. Exclusive Radio Store 717 IZth Street W. E. BRACKEN • Christmas Treasure Hunt Contest. savory Sunnyfield Bacon is always good/Its delight-, ful snap and zest are reliably present in every, season of the year. This uniform goodness is the .result'of the careful attention accorded its preparation. |Sunnyfield' Bacon is always the choicest bacon-cut of 'tender corn-fed porkers. Its even streaking of bright red lean and firm white fat is evidence of its meat quality. It is sugar cured for 25 days, and slowly smoked over smoulder- ing hickory Iqgs. From the curing and smoking it gets its delicious flavor and fragrance. The hickory and sugar-sweet-l ness of broiling Sunnyfield Bacon will whet the dullest of appetites, £," Sunnyfield Bacon 'reaches the consumer fresh* from the 'imoking. It has all its appetizing flavor and nutritive good- Sness when placed in your market basket by the A&.P store" /fjnan.*A&.P's remarkable new Time-Control *Plan sees to that. ^.Cook Sunnyfield until it is crisp or serve it barely, /—» ' fctowned and still elastic, according to individual prefer-' L^j We. You'll find in its savory freshness, a suggestion (ffi^A of campfire health. - -$' \ • &S T ATLANTIC&PACIFIC FRESHNESS The new Time-Control flan of Merchandising in A&.P Stores is positive assurance of freshness. As applied to Sunnyfield Bacon it provides speedy handling from (he smokehouse to your" table. Lb. Pkg. .At Your Local A&P.Store INDEPENDENCE ELM TO BE CAKED FOR (By United Press.) JERSEY SHORE, Nov. 4.—Perpetual care for the historic "Independence Elm," which stands on the west side of Pine creek, in Clinton county, not far from Jersey Shore, has been arranged by the Clinton County Historical society of Lock Haven and the Fort Antes chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, at Jersey Shore. The elm fiTbelleved to be more than four centuries old. It takes Its name frbm the fact that a small group of men assembled under its branches on July 4, 1778, to declare themselves Independent of Great Britain. The Pine Creek declaration occurred purely by coincidence on the day on which the Continental congress issued its famous manlfeston. The original copy of the Pine Creek document was lost In 1779 when all the white people living in the West Branch valley of the Susquehanna ftefe forced to flee to Sunbury to eSeApe the advancing Indians who raided the valley. The land lying between Tiadaghton and Lycomlng cracks was claimed by the Indians after the sons of William Penn had bought the territory included in the province of Pennsylvania from the fed inen at Fort Slahwl*, N. Y in 1768. The native claiA ofi this bo8y of land was not given uft till 1784. in the meantime the feglSH was known as the Indian lands. Settlers were notified not to locate there, but many disregarded the warning oft account of the fertility of the soil. Delicious Dishes You've been Missing; No, 11 JUST try "FishCakes inPcppcrs"—green peppers stuffed with Gorton's Ready-to-Fry Cod Fish Cakes, sprinkled with buttered crumbs and baked in the oven. M-m-m-m! From tht new Gorton Recipe Book — Free • pn'sStCod Fish Cakes •tir, Matt. ^^ Gort * THE ORIGINAL Coffi For two generations ... the finer flavor! Tune in every Monday night on the White House Coffee Radio Concert at 8.30 on KDKA .Coffee SILVER FLEET HERE TODAY Official Welcome Ceremony Planned for Drivers Homeward Bound on Grueling Transcontinental Run Famous Goodrich Silver Fleet Will Reach City at 5:30 P. M. Today Pilots to make Public Demonstration of Tires—Have Toured Entire Country Without a Single Failure Here today! The IS gleaming cars of the Silver Fleet . on the road since January . . . now headed this way on a great nation-wide demonstration tour. Here today ... 19 crack young • pilots . . . selected college men who have already conquered muddy back trails along the Atlantic States'.. . moist warmth in a Gulf- state winter . . . heat and sand in the Southwest . . . mountain and valley in the Pacific Coast,,and the Great Northwest ... They're here today . . . and the city will turn out! For never again may local motorists have such a chance lo see the history in the making! Consider the Silver Fleet or what it is ... Fifteen stock models of the country's leading cars, making a record trip across the continent. On these cars . . . tires straight from stock . . . run-of-the-pit Goodrich Silvertowns taken from warehouse stocks for the hardest grind any tires ever faced! What You Will See • Already they have broken every record for tire mileage! Ice and snow . . . mud and sand , . . rain and humid warmth . . . these tires have already faced thousands of miles of the worst sort of going . . . with thousands of more miles in store! What a story of the stamina these tires will have to tell you! What proof of quality they will he ;.hle to offer! What guidance they can give you as a; tire buyer DAILY TIUE CHECK-UP! This picture shown Silver fleet pilots checking up conditions of tires after hard trip over rough rouds. I'HOTOGKAl'H ABOVE of wheel going over old bridge gives an Idea of the punUbment these tires have taken. THWY'M, UK H15BK TONIGHT! The IS gleaming curs of the famous Goodrich Silver Fleet are oil th«lr way! Thin picture was snapped whllo they worn crossing the Slcrrus, leaving California. City officials will jgreet them hero today with a. formal ceremony'. . you whi) naturally want to enow, in advance, what you can xpect of the casings you huy. Be on hand tonight when the 71eet rolls in. See the Tires But -iigst important of all . . . see -he tires! For here are Silver- owns exactly like those your ~oodrich dealer offers you . . . Inmonstrating their sturdy ruggedness hcfore youj very eyes! See hem. . . and remember they're lere to show you the kind of per- "onrmnce standard Goodricli Tires can give on the type of car you drive. The U. F. Goodrich Rubber Co. <:st. 1H70, Akron, 0. Pacific joodrich Rubber Co., Los Ange- es, Calif. In Canada: Canadian Goodrich Co., Kitchener, Ont. TIIIUSK GOOimiCH TIIIK8: Sllvcrtown Do Luxe for superlative style uiiil service. Tli« famous SHvertown—the standard qimllty tiro. Goodricli CuvaUur, a, low-priced tire for keen buyers. Goodrich Silvertowns THE GOODRICH DEALERS OF ALTOONA

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