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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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FRIDAY, MARCH -1, 103S. DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA. PAGE THIRTEEN. LABOR REMINDS DEMOCRATS IT BACKS KENNEDY HARRISBURG, Mar. 4.--T h e Democratic State Committee which indorsed Charles Alvin Jones, Pittsburgh lawyer, for Governor, was reminded today that the Pennsylvania labor movement is "definitely" on record for the gubernatorial candidacy of Lieutenant Governor Thomas Kennedy. Kenn dy, secretary-treasurer of the United Mine Workers of America urged by CIO Chieftain John L. Lewis for Democratic State Committee indc:.?ment, has not announced his candidacy. The reminder that he is labor's choice to succeed Governor George H. Earlc, slated lor U. S. Senator, was issued by John A. Phillips, president o£ the newly founded Pennsylvania Industrial Union Council which replaced the State Federation of Labor, disbanded by President William Green of the American Federation of Labor, in response to "insistent demands from affiliated unions that a statement be issued giving the point of view of the labor movement in the State on the existing pol'tical situation." Phillips' statement carried the text of the indorsement resolution adopted at the annual convention of the State Federation last April 2: "Resolved That the Pennsylvania Federation oJ Labor cr" upon those eligible to cn- "tcr the Democratic party primaries to secure the nomination for Governor of Thomas Kennedy." It was reported at a special convention January 15. "Thus the labor movement definitely placed itself on record for the candidacy of Lieutenant Governor Kennedy lor Governor," Phillips said Insects Take Toll Of Million in India CALCUTTA, Mar. 4.--Insect cause the loss of more than 1,500,00 BARCLAY ON BRIDGE wanna? BXB CENTRAL PEBSS B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y -The Authority on Authorities'' JOHN H. STOUT TELLS ROTARY OF BOX MAKING . THE WEAKER PREVAILS ' WHEN TWO pnrtnera arc trying .to sign off on a misfit hand, tho one who Bounds as it ho has the weaker holding should usually be fallowed to prevail. Tho chances 'ate h« lacks sldo suit honor 'Strength which would make his cards a good dummy for his mate, whereas he probably has fair length at his own suit and can use Ms partner's stronger cards lor a 'helpful dummy. The trouble about oil this, however. Is that sometimes a player thinks a certain bid by jhlrn will sound weak to tho one 'across tho table, but does not real- [ly seem so at all. Then usually comes disaster. 4 Q J 10 6 · 2 V A 87 8 7 S + K J 1 0 9 S (Dealer: North. Neither fide vulnerable.) This deal arose in a rubber game and after two passed, South opened the bidding with 1-Club. West ovcrcallcd with 1-Heart and North put In a bid of 1-Spade. South then TCWd his clubs and North his spades. South figured that he had signed off at 2-Clubs and that a continua- of the bidding by North, who had bid over West's ovcrcall, indicated that ho wished tho bidding to jo on. South therefore put in » old of 3-Dlamonds. North responded to this with 1 3-Spadcs, which East doubled, and South rescued with 3-No Trumps, which West doubled. The contract was set three tricks. North's argument was that he had passed a fairly good hand, and as his partner was able to bid, the hand was even more valuable and he should have been allowed to play it at 2-Spadcs. South was equally sure that his bidding of 2-Clubs was a signal that he wanted to sign off and blamed North for bidding tho spades so often. After a heated argument neither would confess that he wa» In tho wrong. · · » Tomorrow's Problem *10 6 4 8 6 4 + 7 5 4 5 4 A 8 5 4 V A Q + A Q 2 V J S 7 · J 10 5 3 10 96 4 K Q J 8 7 » K 10 9 «.9 72 + K S (Dealer: West East-West vulnerable.) With the spade 10 led against his 3-No Trumps contract, what it West'* best play? lives and do damage estimated at $750,000,000 yearly in India. These figures wore given by Mohammed Afzai Hussian in an address to the Science Congress here. Sugar cnne pests caused an annual loss ot $112,900,000 and India's hide industry suffered from a loss ot $5,625,000 trom the ox warble fly, he a'dcd. Explosion Bags 10,000 Dead Crows OKEMAH, Okln., Mar. 4.--More than 10,000 crows were killed when the State Fish Game Depnrtmcn bombed a roost in the northwestern part of OkJuskee county, Game Ranger Roy Collins announced. The development of the paper carton and the industry, covering a period of some 35 years, was related o members of /the Rotary Club at ts luncheon today by John H. Stout, manager of tha plant of the Fort Wayne Corrugated Paper Company at South Connellsville. A product of waste paper and vood pulp, the material which en- ers into the making of shipping cases has practically supplanted vood itself. Interesting facts about the huge machine's used in tho manufacture of paper and cartons and, more recently containers, also the large investments n equipment were revealed by Mr. Stout. From a single plant a little more ,han n quarter of a century ago the ndustry hns grown, since the expiration of the original patents, to some 400 factories in this country, not counting many small ones. Modernization proceeds at a rapid rate, Mr. Stout said, making necessary installation of expensive new equipment when that in use has hardly been broken in. The talk was one of the most absorbing Rotary has heard at any time. Major A. Vendevillc of the Salvation Army was introduced as the 'baby" member of the club. Attention was called to the annual nomination of directors next Thursday, to be followed by election the succeeding Thursday. Members o£ the club were invited to attend the chartering of a club at Jeannette the evening of Monday, March 14. Dinner will be served al Walton's, along the Lincoln highway. BROWNSVILLE TAX LEVY UNCHANGED Brownsville borough council fixee its tax levy for 1938 at 20 mills, the same as last year. Every One A Winner! Just Arrived 1 The newest, most fashionable Spring coats . . . every one a winner 1 Figure slim oollnrless coats, chic boxy and casual Bwafrger! Fluffy far trims on fitted coats, swingback and tuxedo rever s-wagjrer'. AH well taUored, crepe lined. Your choice is eaayl All sizes. · New Collarless Coats · New Slim Box Coats · New Casual Coats · New Dressy Coats $1^75 up DEPARTMENT CONTINENTAL STORE KIN GRAFTING ODDITY BARED SYDNEY, Australia, Mar. 4.--As IB result of having skin from his tomnch grafted on his hand, Robert \shton, 18, grows fat on his hand very time (at grows on his stomach. This was revcalzd in a $5,000 amago suit which he filed against a lotorcycle owner whom he held re- ponsible for a cro.'ih with his bicycle n whi-'.i the hand injury was sus- nincd. Judge Will Expect Him in Three Years BELLINGHAM, Wash., Mar. 4.-The case of Clyde Alablc, charged with/ over parking, was called in Magistrate J. P. McGlinn's court. The judge :.ckcd: "Have you anything to sny in your own' defense?" A. My wife was having a baby. Q. Were you ever tagged for overtime parking? Yes, about three years ago. What delayed you that time? .. My wile was having a baby, ^udgc--Good afternoon. Sec you again in about three years. CHILD WON'T EAT If there is JL child In your home wha simply will not eat, Is weak, listles* has no appetite and does not caln, try Yeast Vitamins and Iron ax contained Jn VlnoL Give Vfnol before meals and watch hovr checks are made rosy, appetite and energy Improve, skinny lit- tic body fills out. Get VJnol TODAY. Union Drue Company. RES! Trio ASP Food Stora in your neighborhood it featuring an attractivo group of fins foods at prices that will appeal to thrifty homo managers. Tata advantage* of tho many bargains and itoclc up your pantry at- a big saving. K5NA BRAND CORN or TOMATOES ,,_ HENKEL'S VELVET CAKE and PASTRY FLOUR IHE SOAF OF BEAUTIFUL WOMEN THE REO HEALTH SOAF Lux Flakes WHO 10 Frevrmwe 1 SMALL WM 1H EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE FOK EVERY HOUUHCAD'CLEAMWe TASK ) pound bag 43« MIME CREAMED 1 SMALL fKGS IK «n «F«iC I-LB CAN Sic ood tasfe--good nourishment --good economy. SULTANA Pea Beans 5 »» Ann Page^,,?, 29e Apple Sauce 3.«19c DESSERTS AND 'A«*»pHd by Mi* American KUdfcal A«oci*tion CommiH«» on Foodi SPARKLE 2 £, 27c .ll.nt Rajah Vinegar 12c Mackerel JS 10c :Soups 2 o PUDDINGS from t dlin» «nd CUm Crtowd«r S.I.Kn lap* fr.,1, b, doubli wrapper. SUNNYFIELD JUICV AND JWtET-JUMBO UZI Grapefruit M^tac «^ 5c THIN SKINNED--FILLED WITH JUKI Winesap AppJes 6'^« FANCY IOXEO NUTLEY 2 n» 25C te IDEM. FOK SUCINB c O . «K- 5 · i it. ^9C PURE REFINED PRO* ftAirfORNtA CAtOEN FIBH Pink Salmon Sultana Tuna Fish Wet Pack Shrimp Spaghetti ^'^ OVEN FRBSH JUMBO 2»"i29c Domestic Sardines INOH. ... 5c 2,.M29c Holland Herring ft 75c «»17c Macaroni Dinner KIWI 2pi«29c 2'£Tl5c Swanky Swigs %t£Z 'S?19e tie*pt Old Ervgllth «nd Roqutfort Buns . . io. 10c Brick Cheese . . «. 19c WITH DELICIOUS ICING SULTANA PE^HUT BUTTER *·" 25c !»» *.«»» APrKOVED ly THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Gorton's Codfish 2 c,-, 25c In The Meat Department: Sunnyfield Stewing Apji. Wright -2 II). S-on., fully dressed ISr-mly lo serve STA3ri'JEI) STEER .8§C Ib. 15c Ib. 29c · ib. 13c Center Cuts, 17c Hi. - Ib. 23c Loose or Link BREAKFAST BACON Ib. 25c SPICED HAM Ib. 29c

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