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   Daily News (Newspaper) - January 22, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIEL 6434040 or 5424641 State THE DAILY NEWS VOL 47 crvn FEB COPT HU1STINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 22 1969 Phone 643404O NO 304 Distinguished Service Award Winner Marshall H DeForresi center mayor of Huntingdon Borough and executive director of Huntingdon Business and Industry re ceives the Distinguished Service Award from Charles Grove past president of tiw Hunt ingdon Area Jayce Chapter The presents lion was the highlight of the Jaycee Week dinner held last night Looking on ai the right is Javcee President James D Hunt Hopes For Success Are Dim Union Bank Directors Re Elected nual meetings held yesterday a Huntingdon Tlw 103yearold Annual Bank Report Jjnycee irefk Dinner Peiui Central DeFoiTCSt Gets Has Biegest T Growth Year Jaycee Citation I One oi Huntingdons outstanding nsiive fciitory Perir Cental Xsison5 Marshall K DeFoLTesi the recipient lional Bank arid predecesiol the Distinguished Service Award presented 3st evening by the Huntingdon Area Jaycees Tne presentation was a hsh Buclier Tells Tuesday a 3 ockcs increased from So CAS to SC666542o or i groVui o 146 prr Of this Sam SoOOiXO is anribusa ble to the in the banks by issuance o PAKJS UPDPrime Minis ter Tran Van Huong of South Vietnam said today the outcome of the Paris Vietnam War negotiations opening Saturday will depend on political Renamed military developments in Viet nam itself It is superfluous to Ulk about the success of the conference in Paris Huong told newsmen at a reception inj Saigon Evesryrhing depends iifvxii here in Vietnam If the situation is stable if we have rhej AM directors advisory board military situation in hand if our wembers and officers of the Ln arined forces grow stronger andion National Bank and Trust fight we will have Company were reelected ai an succcss in the Paris talks Reds Stubborn Earlier in the day Huonj hadbank has its main headquarters he did not put nuichai Huntingdon with offices at j confidence in the success of the i Mount Union Petersburg and1 I Paris conference because theThree Springs Communists are stubborn and Maurice S Lsnsberry was rei will always try to drae thenamed president and chief execj conference out t length iuiive officer at the reorganiza A newsman ssked Huong if hellion m e e t i n g of the director thousht the talks would following tiie annual meet ceedT Hn shareholders which con No no at all Huonz ai bank at Pm to accordine to VPl John A Hum was reelected corresDondeiu Daniel o bank board Lansoerry Kunz and these other 16 directors were renamed by the shareholders at their ses sion Fred B Appleby Charles S Detwiler Donald G Ever hart John T Fike Robert F Fink Jay W Hazleit R Merle Hefiner Very E Horion Willi am C Huston Chester J Lang don Arthur R Neary Weslev A J improvement Porier Ira R Shafer Joseph C Shapiro Dean D Stricklef and Clair C Wible J Charles White was renamed director emeri 11 Members Of Nixon Cabinet Given Oath Contmued On Pas Eight Foster Is Slightly Improved Very slight Of Capture Of Pueblo tfohi o Javcee Week activities of Wallace R Foster i in the cornmunitv Alexandria RDI who was crmcaliv beaten over tne head aurmg a Jan to CORONADO Calif y t BUCtJer that with the additional capiui and deposits investments were of Charles Grove psst presi dent of the chapter and the Jaycee Week chairman made the presentation to the honored guest and praised his lishmenis in giving unselfishly for hi community the DeForresis presently iseas Mayor of Huntingdon Bor holdup early Sunday itus si Waterstreet rej unconscious at Cone Valley Hospital Johns President Lansoerry outlined dans for the bank for the ensu ng year and expressed apnre Continued On Page Eight counu eovernraer On Pa securities Mir G n o MSmeM ana The retired of onlv sizn f in w condjtfon is a lizht his fever membersof familv reooned todsv He listed verv critical taej is aU At Board Meeting Library Service Evaluated fnere wss no help in sight oripublic service including being be expected sJihough he of HB fr I a memo h scwe the 0 moer lcilot ihe Huntingdon County Hotis WP inj Authority and a trustee of thethe J C Blair Meniona Mrs Simpson WiU Attend Ceremonies fle was tehin the live court how ms snip a leader lion holdup Tnrouph the years he has been state Police said Hickel Is Still On Sidelines On Pzie r of US sidsd a Eishi sesa o and Evaluation Bur eau of Library Developrnen S i Library ws trie o the board of tnisi ait monthly mseuni held in the office of V i Swigarr Jr prrrcsr of the brrd Swigarv prcdtxi a he in hr ab terCf of he ihe Hon K Nfn whv is rcovsr in civic and continuing in me cornnvjnny investigation oc the robbery man i James D hum reTnej searcning for tne mpij meet ing nelQbrea5 ha wiu heip sove Continued On Pge Twenty ipuzziin crime WASHINGTON UPI President Nixon watched his cabinet sworn in today and served notice on them that they will be a working cabinet Chief Justice Earl Wanen administered the oath indivi dually io the 11 departmenf ieads who were called to the While House ceremony at 8 am EST Walter J Hickel Nixons choice for inferior secretary was ai the White House Senate con could not yet take the oath Nixon presided at the ceremo nies Cabinet Names Pointing out that cabinets of other presidents have had various names in the past Andrew Jackson called his the kitchen cabinet Theodore Roos evelts was called the tennis cabinet and Herbert a medicine brll said Due Io he fact we started with an 8 am swearing in well call it a working cabinet Nixon stood beside each man as he came forward with his wife to take an oath swearing to defend the Constitution of the United States against aU enemies foreign and domestic and accepting their obligations menial reservations or secret evasions1 At one point Nixon instinctive ly raised his own right hand as though to take the oath too then caught himself and low ered it As Robert Finch former lieutenant governor of Califor nia and now the secretary of the Department of Health Education and Welfare was Stockholders of the Union National Bank and sworn in Nixon added a Trust Company honored Chester J Langdon ofjhistorical footnote This is the first time in the history of the nation that the Continued On Page Two Starts 50th Year As Director At the start of his 30th year yesterday as a director of the Union National Bank and Trust Company of Huntingdon Chester J Langdon of Huntingdon was preseted a handsome wall plaque The presentation was made to the 86yearold retired coal operator by Judge R Merle Heffner right The plaque noted Langdons long service the banking institu tion Langdon Feted By Union Bank Mrs Mae J Simpson wife of i the late Congressman Richard M Simpson of Huntingdon will a special guest at pound s i5 j breaking ceremonies Friday jfor the Kaystown Dam and today they Reservoir their full scale For many years CongresslHuntingdon yesterday as the 86yearold retired Qireclor of the bank Food Service Director To Be Instructor Community Center Offers Food Preparation Course A The Huntingdon Cornmunitv Center will of irr5rprsrd fer a food preparation course starring Thursday January 50 Charles Bliven director of food svaiuadnTciJslservices Junisla College will serve as insiruc1 tor Bliven has served as head of nice anc required Dr Ellis To Be Honored At Luncheon Simpson a in the House of Repre was the represents live from the 18th Coneresj n i TheJ Hon Hffnjer sional District which includes Pre5ldenl of Huntingdon u j r County and a bnion National di Hundngoon County reciolr presenled a handsome OrnciaJs ot Huntingdon Busi I rivfk PlorKa wall plaque to Langdon in recog ness and Industry sponsors of J JcU13 njtion o his long service lo the the groundbreaking program 103 year old bank The pres extended the invitadon to entation took p 1 a c e during the Simpson to be present for the Union Nationals annual meet historic occasion I plsrij for Eastering She presently resides in Sea Campaign March 1April The j r i s t noted Ihat Washinsion DC i6 were in inabanks deposits were less nan Mrs Simpson went to at a bimonthlysi000000 when Langdon first nations caoirll in iqifi to of the Easter Seal Sobecame associated with the Un vw rt for Crippled Children and Hon National in 1920 Judge fluecor a me of Huntlngdoil c o u n IvlHeffner also emphasized the frce of Save a Fnend In Monday nieht in the positions Langdon has Special Guest an E and Ear Pe a par of rarcj jesEion c voice ars o be county Crcon W H a ver chair man o he Building rewrK that he iibrar has beer cbsed since Monday noon te Page Eghj LX51DE THE NEWS Almanac A Ions Tne Junsata Ann Landers Classified Ads Ccimics Crossword Psizze night in the headquanXmany positions Lanedon jburope a relier packaging ers 401 Penn Street Huntingheld during his relationship I organization sening Western don Ronald E Detwiler 1969 i with the bank vice president j European refugees She mari campaign chairman announcedlpresidem and chairman of the Dr Cslveri N Eliis president ried Mr Simpson in 1943 ia number of his drive Committee a post he has foxi preparations at the colemeritus of Jurists College will Just this week she wound at the session conheld since the department was lege since October Iftro Prior be honored at the 21st duties as vice chairman for1 ducted by Mrs Clifford Scrievoriianied in io coming to Huntingdon he Citation Luncheon of the Ail the District of Columbia voluner president i The of the bank from was snpioyed by Protty BrothPennsylvania CoUege Alumteer of the 1969 In Campaign plans shared the under 51000000 in 1920 to the ers a food man a 2e mem comns Association of Vaihington D spotlight with a fine report on present total assets of Obituaries And Club News SoDrts 81125 Loss In 3Iishap No person were darn 15 13 19 7 19 6 6 Bliven faJier o three children Tne class L open 4 1 Continued On Page T pany in Boston Mass 3sveling chef for ne at the Marriott Twin Bridges in Saturday is serving as the prasi ilhe Professor To Talk Praver Week Service idem of the League of Republii D Elis will be the Wonle1 Dc and state i umamed and tne fg president DC Federation of contribution toward preservingjKepubucan id extending the American Other duties include serving eals of education jon the executive committee of The luncheon will be attendedthe National Board of Womens by many presidents faculty andj Medical College of Pennsyl officers of various Pennsylvania vania and a member of the na county the Clergy Seminar 953 was mena0npd by Judge Major vnll aiong wjln the growth Duke North Atlantic Division 5 ilin TXn n 111 rt n t n J r rr i n ft Q T If Q 4 TTin V Continued On Page Two io all Veliicle Is but rojy on The ksi community of Prayer senice in Huntingdon this held at the Church of toe Brethren wjh Dr Jskob J Amstuiz zz the preacher The theme for world wide prayer for Christian Unity An Alexandria Star Route colleges and universities Haroldjtional advisory board Womenjmans auto was demolished in a B Brumbaugh vice president for and the exei cartruck accident near Water for development at Juniata committee Culture andistreet tnis morning but he es Street in near Third Siree Orr sedan vas demolished Wilbur Harris reported tha Sirs Dorothy S Jone Mill Crec Rouie operatLH a Rirnbrr ASS pulling from 1S To Freedom It is the HorriE parkins lot or sppropriate that Dr Am the iOjih side ofVashkgor should be one of the travel on Washington speakers in these community 43 for not only is reiigi Corrie5WflT eastbound wous freedom a baming issue in VBXMgvr at pm Vorld today but the speak a 1M1 Mercury station waef vj jyjjy preparing for his wor as one of three chairmen5 Tfi Mercury ano tne Ramolcr coiiided n the riza easCHXind traffic iane As z result of the of rte Congress of the In tematiora Association for Re hed hit iVJW4t impact the Rambler swung SIOJS Freeoom around ZM crashed into the left next Juv j side o Chevrolet Chevelle His theme tonight will bej parked on scJth side oilIndividual and Community Continued Oil Page Twenty Continued On Page Twenty represent the college along m Arts for John T Yates Jr of Washing ton DC president of the Wash ington Chapter of the JuniaU Alumni Association Dr Ellis chairman of the As sociation of American Colleges i retired in June after as its president for 23 i years During that period Junia la became one of the leaders in hhe United States among liberal arts colleges in the production of Fn D candidates DR JAKOB AM5TUTZ Named PresiHent WASHINGTON K Ignatius 43 secretary the lVavy under former President B Johnson has been named president of the Wash ington Post Ignatius will also serve as executive vice pres ident and as a member of the board of directors and executive committee of the Washington Post Co 5 Directed To Report For Physicals Huntingdon County Draft Board No 75 sent notices to five registrants today directing them to report for preinduction physical examinations on Thursday Feb 6 at 8 am The board has been di rected to send six men for induction that same day The two groups will travel together via train to New Cumberland Army Depot The February call for men for physicals was re ceived by Ihe board this morn inf caped injury in the 5400 crash State Police said James E Wheriey 31 Hanover was west bound at am driving a White truck tractor hauling a Strick semitrailer Kenneth E Hatch 22 Alexandria Star Route was eastbound driving a 1962 Pontiac coupe Wheriey was attempting to ov ertake and pass a pulpwood truck on a curve on a of the Trust Department to S4 Continued On Page Eight THE WEATHER Cloudy with chance of light rain or drizzle today and to night High today near 40 and the low tonight in the mid 30s Cloudy with rain Thurs day High Thursday low 40s little change Friday Engineer US Army Corps of Engineers will be a spe cial guest at groundbreaking ceremonies Friday for the Raystown Reservoir The West Point graduate has a masters degree in civil en gineering from the California Institute of Technology Prior to his present assignment he was Commanding Engineer Troops Vietnam Mitchell Set To Fight Crime On All Fronts WASHINGTON hill oneGen John N has mile west of Waterstreet HatchPromised lo fight crime on all arrived on the scene at including by wiretap time and pulled off the road inping and possible tightening of an attempt to avoid hitting thejbail procedure But he says he Wheriey rig but his car collidjwill be surprised if the crime ed with the left rear wheels oi the semitrailer rates drop immediately And two of Mitchells newly The collision with the rig dej appointed assistant attorneys molished the left side of thejgeneral say the Nixon adminis Hatch car while the simultan ecus collision with the bank de tration would provide enforcement of antitrust and his first news conference since his law stroyed the right side of theeivil rights laws coupe The P b n t i a c was aged 400 Mi value i1 I the New York bond damj lawyer wfw managed President appointment to announce staff and talk about enforcement Approves Wire Taps Tuesday Mitchell told the newsmen he personally would approve any wire taps or other forms of electronic surveillance He said he would make sure nothing is done in any invade the privacy of those not directly involved I would be very much Nixons campaign Tuesday held Continued On Page Twenty   

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