The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 16, 1939 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 16, 1939
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1933. DAILY COITRTRR. aONNELTSVTLLE. PA. PAGE SEVEN. BUCKNELL PRESIDENT TO SPEJ4K AT ANNUAL BOY SCOUT MEETING Plans for the annual meeting o£ the Westmoreland-Fayette Council Boy Scouts ol America have been completed by the committee in charge.' After conferences a banquet will be served at which the speaker will be Dr.. Arnaud C. Marts, president o£ Bucknell University, of Lewisburg. The affair will be held February 23 in the Penn Albert Hotel, Greensburg. The day's activities will open at 2:30 o'clock with a geneial conference in which eight discussion groups will prevail. At 4:30 o'clock a general business session will be held at which time election of officers will take place. An attendance cup will also be awarded at that time. At the banquet recognition of Eagle Scouts and their mothers will be a feature while the award of Silver Beavers for outstanding service to the work of Scouting will also take place. It is expected that about 400 will be present for the banquet and conferences and especially to hear Dr. Marts, who is well known in the Western Pennsylvania area. Dr. Marts accepted the presidency of Bucknell last April after serving as acting president of the university for two and one-half years. He succeeded Dr. Homer P. Rainey, who resigned to become head of the American Youth Commission and who has recently been named president of the University of Texas. At Bucknell Mr. Marts is a commuting president, spending half of each week in New York City, where he is president of Marts and Lundy, Inc., and the other half in Lewisburg. Since coming to Bucknell Mr. Marts has initiated and carried out a program of expanison and development in virtually every phase of college life on the campus. Old main was rebuilt, a new gymnasium for men WPS built, the women's gymnasium was renovated, faculty salaries ·were restored after a de- Witnesses Refuse To Testify; Delay SEC Investigation By SANDOR S. KLEIN United Press Staff Correspondent. WASHINGTON, Feb. 16. -- The Securities and Exchange Commission's investigation ol the Transamerica Corporation, huge Pacific Coast holding company, was delayed again Wednesday by refusal of "Witnesses to testify or produce corporation records. The hearing was adjourned until March 20 at the request of SEC Counsel O. John Kogge, who will confer with SEC commissioners before acting on "the most outrageous case of contumacy I have ever heard." Two courses of action are open to the SEC against four witnesses who yes-terday defied, on advice of counsel, the agency's right to,subpoena records. They are: ,1. Ask the Federal court to direct the witnesses to produce the records or face contempt charges. 2. Take the witnesses into court directly on a criminal charge. The 1934 Securities Exchange Act provides for a '$1,000 fine or one year imprisonment, or both, for refusal to testify or to produce .records in answer to a SEC subpoena. - The SEC began, the hearings last month to determine whether Trans- · america's capital stock* should be barred from trading on New York, I Los Angeles and San Francisco stock exchanges. The SEC alleges that, Transamerica's registration statement, contained "false and misleading', statements." pression cut, and many other improvements made. Several months ago Mr. Marts presided at a ground breaking ceremony for the start of construction on two new wings to be added to the Engineering Building at a cost of $275,000. The Bucknell president introduced the university's unique prepayment plan, by which parents may spread the costs of college education over a number of years, and also started arrangements for a faculty pension system which win soon go into effect. A native of .East Aurora, N. Y., Mr. Marts is the son .of the late Rev. William G. Marts and Mrs. Olive Cartwright Harts. He was graduated in 1919 from Oberlin College with Phi Beta Kappa honors. He holds the honorary degree, Ll.D., from Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan. Immediately after graduation from Oberiin, Mr. Marts engaged for four years in boys' work -in Pittsburgh and in 1914 entered the employ of the Standard Life Insurance Company. In 1917 he was elected vice- president and director of the company. WPA Bans Politics. WASHINGTON, Feb. 16.--1VPA administrative and supervisory officials received stern orders to refrain from taking part in political campaigns or campaign management. Nazi Flays Praeue. PRAGUE, Feb. 16.--Ernst Kundt, Nazi leader in Czechoslovakia, startled Prague with a statement that the position of Germans in the republic was "unbearable." Relieve the Pain of Quickly! Safely! To end the torturing paint of Rhrca»ti«m, Arthritis, Neuritis. Neuralgia, Lumbago, ind Sciatica, get quick-actim MYACIN, Put up itj tablets, containing ao opiates or narcotic*. Must give ^n. ~n prompt relief or your money ^f ··£ M will be refunded. Coat* only «Ml%Brw' A. A. CLARKE; 323 N. Pittsburg St. Connellsvffle. ludwig Lewisohn At Unionlown Sunday The TJniontown Chapter ol Masada (Youth Zionist Organization of America) will present Ludwig Lewisohn, noted American author, critic and thinker, in a lecture Sunday evening at the Uniontown Adelphia Club. It will be Dr. Lewisohn's first appearance in southwestern Penn- ·ylvania. For nearly a decade Dr. Lewisohn has lived and traveled through Europe and the Near East and has recently returned , to the United States and is now on an extensive lecture tour. Only % a Few Cents a Day Buys a Xelvinator Makes 72 Ice Cnbes for le. FRANK R. SWEENEY 129 E. Crawford Arcnue. Phone 977. announces tne PENNZOIL CO. that the firm of M. M. Service Station (Snm aielnick arid Wins. Mcrrls) has dissolved partnership and the remaining partner, CHAS. D. MERVIS, will hereafter operate the station under the usual trade name of M. M. SERVICE Vhoiie 120 LC'BRK'ATIO.V "West Cnnu'ord at 1st Street. PEXXZOtL PRODUCTS EXIDE RATJ'ERIES. PJ5JT*SYIiTAJflA TIRES BRAKE SERVICE RECAPPED TIRES ROAD SERVICE STAHTER AM) GENERATOR SERVICE FLOOR 24i/ 2 ib. s k.83c Pillsbury'p Best BUTTER ib. 33c Brookh'eld or Clearbrook. MILK 4 cans 22c Van fmnpS COFFEE 2 ibs. 35c Circle «W" in Margarine 2 !bs.25c King Nut Brniul BUTTER ib. roil 3k Gold Leaf COFFEE 2 ibs. 49c Chase Sunburn. Dated. 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Average - Ib. 25c Veal Rump for roasting, Ib. Veal Shoulder Chops, Ib. 22c Veal Chops, rib or loin, Ib 25c Morrell's E-2 Cut Ready to Serve HAMS Whole or String Half Ib. 31c VEAL SEOULDEE ROAST 4 Ib. or S Ib. Pieces, Ib. 16c Veal Breast lor stuffing, 2 Ibs. Veal Steak, lh 25c 35c Lamb Shoulder Roast, 4 or 5 Ib. in piece, Ib. Genuine Spring Leg of Lamb, Ib Lamb Rib Chops, Lamb Shoulder Chops, Ib. Smoked Easter Kolbasy, Ib. 20c 23c 30c 22c 25c OAST Boned and Rolled Veal'and Pork Ib. 22c Jumbo Miuced Ham, 2 Ibs. Scrapple, 2 Ibs. Club Wieaers, 2 ]bs. Ring and Polish Bologna, 2 Ibs. _ 35c .,, 25c . 35c Pure Rendered LARD 2 Ibs. 19c Homo Hade LIVER PUDDING , 1 Ifa.JSc Ham Hocks, 2 Ibs. ... Pig Feet, fresh, 5 Ibs. Skinless Wieners, Ib. Roasting Chickens Ib. 30c Spring Chickens 2J£ to 3 lh. Dressed 33c Ib. Fresh Fillets, Halibuts, Oysters 1002 West Crawford Avenue PHONE 62O Conneilsvilie, Pa.

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