The No Dealers

New York City's assortment of political parties was enriched last week by a new one. Its name: the "No Deal" party. Its emblem: a lighted electric bulb. It also had a candidate for mayor: Yaleman Newbold Morris, Republican City Council President and protégé of Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia, who is retiring. (Morris' opponents : Judge Jonah J. Goldstein, Republican - Liberal -City Fusion candidate ; former Brooklyn District Attorney William O'Dwyer, choice of the Democrats and the American Labor Party.) The new party's name, thought up by LaGuardia, was intended to signify that no deals had been made...

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