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   Daily News (Newspaper) - January 29, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or THE DAILY NEWS State Library sat ion Building pa 17126 VOL 47 VTVE HUNTINGDON AM MOUNT UNION PA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 29 1969 Phone 6434040 NO 310 Promoted In Reorganisation J FRANK MATTERN Chairman rf Board JOHN M DIFFENDERFER President MARY s MCCARTY Vice President ALEVE R 5LMCOX Cashier GRACE V WE5TOVER Assistant Cashier LEE S PARK Assistant Cashier Mapleton Bank Officers Named Tet Truce Announced 3 More Yank Copters Are Downed Allies Prepare Flexible Strategy For Paris Talks Tough Foreign Policy Insue Nixon Council Discuss Treaty Solons From Taxes Promoted WASHINGTON UPI President Nixon HARRISBURG UPI The called a meeting of the National Security CourtGeneral Assembly is off and cil today to discuss what stand his from tion should how fast it should do talifs on preventing the spread of nuclear weapons GJfRS across the globe The meeting of the council was the third since Nixon took office nine days ago and the frequency seemed to indicate how deep the new President already has waded into some tough foreign policy issues The nuclear nonproliferation pact in which the nation 5 of the world are agreeing to stem the flow of nuclear the topic for todays meeting During his campaign iNison took Lhe position that he favored Lhe treaty but it should not be ratified at this time because of the Soviet Unions invasion of Czechoslovakia He said the treatys approval at that time have been inappropriate In stepping into the area of nuclear armament Nixon en The First National Bank of Maplelon with branch offices at Mill Creek and Allensville re1 ergd gnother t g organized its board of directors and named new1 SAIGON UP Communist problem he devoted time to on bank officers Tuesdav in a oair of meeting ateround fire dowtied more evils and boons of j j American helicopters in South the atomic aee usoneton military xLvon met with Dr Glenn T chairman of the Four Lane i nderpass Ordered 01 the metSaid today The Viet New Director jin the morning session to hearannounced they would observe a Atnmir Fnprev CommUsion i report IhaHruce during the Tet toSHl itne ear naa teen one Oinext month ana tne Allies cahnrir arrepri and years injhe his they had me proposal itory of the Mapleton First Na consideration uses of nuclear energy ALBERT N MASOOD Saxton Bank Board L7PI Eigntysix per Tne downing of the Jwlicoprseabora said Nixon Le stocx W33 V0ied aVier5 aircraft lossesspecificallyabout using atomic Sis directors of the First Na tne since new vear fo 31 p irfne The Public UtilityCommissioc Promotions and chanses wsreMilitary sources said the losses today ordered construction alt the order of the day in what were heavy in tight of She a new underpass to ibank personnel termed one of limited extent of fighting since take Pean Street below Penn the most extensive reoraniEathe first of the yearT i Central Railroad tracks moves ever witnessed at Communist forces have Inv Huntingdon t First Xadonal proved antiaircraft defenses Staff Changes around their strongholds in i J Frank Matternpresidenf of South and have moved FirstNational Bank of enure baiahon o anualrj pletpn for over 13 years was craf gunners into tne Cam elected chairman of its board of oocian bojder region north tha sources Continued OB Page Sixteen Tne State Highway5 Depart ment and the railroad were given 15 months to submit de tailed plans for a modern nnderpa to replace the exist ing narrow and inadenoaie c Portstown ihrouehway below larectors during yesterdays ot the tracks He was succeeded by said h line with an earlier rli Johr NI Dinenderfer as bank The president radio broaacast monitored i Diffenderfer takes over the Continued On Page Sixteen renis of bank president from a one callin for a TTflfont impost ss executive vice president about W feet west of the banking inititution a i tion he had held since 1962 i 1 In other promotions Mrs SMary Spencer McCarty was Train Vo 4 named vice president of the in istiiunon succeeded in her pas Admiral Scheduled To Testify recommend a personal income j tax as a means of closing the revenue gap created by 5493 million worth of new spending proposed for Fiscal 196970 The governor unveiled hisj billion budget and said an I income tax should be imposed perhaps with a reduction in the n TAT ASLTV 6 per cent sales tax Shafer did 1AUASKY not recommend a specific tax rate He gave eight alternative tax plans Reaction In the House cham ber where the governor delivj ered his 15minute address be1 i fore a joint session of the Lee IH islature was about the most ini 1 1 TT different he has received since he became governor in 1967 Not Talasky In New Post W D Don Talasky has been Designed To Prevent Deadlock PARIS UPI US and South Vietnamese negotiators completed today what they called a flexible strategy de signed to prevent dead lock in Thursdays sec ond Vietnam peace meeting with the Com munists Allied diplomatic quarters said they were ready to discuss any problem the Viet Cong or North Vietnamese might bring up around the round conference lable in lhe Hotel Majestic The US and South Vietna mese delegates indicated Uiey hoped the Communists would agree to discuss military mailers first such as the reestablishment of the Demilita rized Zone between North and South Vietnam Henry Cabo Lodge the US negotiating chief proposed the T appointed to the position reestablishment as first the speech mplant SUperjntendent of the Blairstep toward peace in his policy terrupted by ana heDivisjon of Weslab InCi it statement in the opening peace only loud plaudits at tne fmishhva annoimced iodav by Robertsession last Saturday The Viet came from the governor s staff c E f djvj manaper Continued On Page Fifteen ccofcH to nrte stria svt rha c i seated to one side ot the cham Tne new upeiintenden native of Altoona and a gradu Kiss of Death jate of Altoona Area High School New taxes are generally igjg of 35 He received a bachelor of scl If Gov Shafer wants this inence industrial engi come tax it will be up to him peering from Pennsylvania Chester ff Port Rep Continued On Page Sixteen Continued On Page Sixteen rional Bank of Saxion were With Three Dav Sale elected yesterday at the annual shareholders meeting Albert N Masood prominent Saxton mortician was named as a new member of the direct orate Those renamed as bank direc tors are Charles T Benner and Charles T Benner Jr both Huntingdon Has Free Park Plan Area shoppers have the opportunity tojand friends Kunz Plant Supervisor Dies At Work Fiftysevenyearold Chester H Port o Warrior Ridge Hunt ingdon R D L superintendent of the J B Kunz Company suf fered a fatal heart attack about noon yesterday while at his work at the firms Huntingdon plant Port had been an employe of Ihe company since 1929 and his unexpected passing came as a shock to his family associates rective the Hisnways Depart ment submitted four prelimi nary plan and recommended of the present underpass Continued On Pass Two Ere Garretle Penn Centred Must Continue of Saxton Coolidge A Eicheli Calif tUPIl berger of Everell formerv ofi LUhuNAuu cam iuru Cooljdae Eicheiberenjov free parking in the Huntingdon busil He was born In PorterTown i on 20 1911 a son of Howard and Harriet Kyle Port He was united in marriage to Beatrice P Brumbaugh on IIVSIDE THE IVEWS II June 8 1WO at Huff vvto re5isned mgaon committee it II Methodist Church by the Rav told how where what ano rfirprinraio wilfron are uuh a majorAlons The Juniata 24 Charles E Diehl ivene on Mondav Feb 3 to tht AnnLanders 10 In addition to his wife Is Acm Frank L Jonnson fiorganize for the new vear i the da even Classified Ads 23 1 survived by these brothers and combat otficerof the ola wr tne new Thursday and u s Port Hunt i Tne United States Navy having r its orivate rehearsal iger Jr Saxton Robert district starting this week through the Gol was attempting lodav to and Dr Chesterden Cirtle king program to the American public why lo introduce the new parking i TCQ ncimed to ins ooarn r lost the USS Pujlo j Robertpian tne memoers of the Hunt jjy Cmor Llojo M Sucher has E H ff s t resiened Committee told how where what ano t are celebrauns uuh a ma i o n Alon was called to testify in continue B port 13tfi priZEo W lit Dt1 uciNici 10 ice pi emu i piven awav as caster by Mrs Alene froPublic Uiiliey Commission today intelligence ship vhen it wasSteee IB and bank Tn0 HARRISBITIG UPI i ii Lij tu i in t Li L j 1 t LJ 11 i uciiuiuui m court as to why his command of the board Cnarles Tjtwo appropriate prize3 win be sent no aid to ls Vlce president uai Columnists SimcoxLse Snyder Park refused to permit the attack named assistant cashier Central Railroad to discontinue Korean coast off the manager of the Mill Creek it5 Juniata passenger train The answers mav reach June 1904 Prominent Vriititinrrrlnii ipffice andGrace v Westover between Philadeiphia and Continued On Page Sixteen was elected assistant cashier ourgnifinal one may be that the Woman Dies the bank were Mr Ella Wise leaves Philadelphia westboundbepnrestifvine A Dromincnt Hunursaon cr rmJ n m and Pittsburgh in Secret session iecrurer V ea i before a fiveadmiral court of arid crilic Eve M inqUUy oss of OHjLj to the rjeniiei 16 vice pre prizes are beautiful park1 Editorials North casnier j ing meter lamps valued at S75 Stock Market 2 The bank opened for Obituaries 2 Plans for the sales event and Society And Club News 14 Continued On Page Two j Sports 4 spent to rete was rouna ceaa at ner home 2b VVashineton Street yesterday Mrs Garree 72 had been in jfuai health She was found by Noed for her literary ac Mrs Garrette the auirior of several books mcudirig A Poliucsl Handbook for Women the first such vol ume of its kind on that subject which became widely used as a textbook and Red pisViiihed after a years stay in Russia n 193031 T via served as a basis of eUhi srucie3 for the Saturday Evening Post and the best sell er Seeing Red Board Reorganizes Seven were elected as direct ors of the institution Six of these were reslected to posts on the board J Frank Msuern the new chairman of the board The Juniala Train Xo 14 eastbound arrives at Huntingdon at and at Mount Union at daily except Saturday The PLC said a ar2e num Continued On Page Sixteen Ellis Pheasant Harry Metz Wber of protests on the proposed Continued On Page 22 Continued On Page Sixteen Another Life Member Is Named By Hookies The Huntmsdon Hook andlcember He cannot hold During Ladder Fire Company had its1 positions D annual lite member dinner last Port was unable to attend Cominuea On Page Tvo evening and specially honored affair last evening due to area I William ttVCassatt 2746 Warmdeath of his brother Chester THE WEATHER Springs Road the presidents absence 1 Cassatt 70 s retired Mover vice president had Minues Were rpad hv the sec Cloudy and warmer today er was presented a life memcharge of the meeting untilrej M Toni Boggs In the nrr rJ 11J uac moH t A Fill trio l30 Moiiut Union Retailers Discuss Plans A special session to transact important items of business was held by the Mount Union Retail ers on Tuesday morning in the community room of the Union National Bank Chairman Luth er Parks presided Parks had appointed a com mittee at the last meeting con sisting of Mike Dimoff chair man Robert Goodman and Jean to in were definite wiih freezing rain changing bership card and an was named to fill theabsence Ofthe treasurer Mrs to rain mid day Highs in 40s i trophy by Charles H Launlzpost Grace Knox no financial report this afternoon Cloudy and fcommittee chairman j uitintz was chairman of tnewas gjven mild with occasional light Kenneth A Brandt Huntingbuffet which was attended by t wgs decision of tne re rain or drizzle tonight Lows dons assistant postmaster beimore than members and taiiers jn attendance to have a in upper 30s to mid 40s icame of the Hookiesguests He welcomed tne groupiluncheon meeting for the regu Mostiv cloudv and mild iat the reguar Januar meetingand Hummel scssjon on February n at Thuri which foiowed thc ham at Bills Restaurant mirf J uccecds clvde L has Jefferson Street mi 7s who resigned as president sinceiife members who have a total Parks urged retaiiers lo at Liouciy windy and colder also was reelected 691 years of service Theentj as for Friday with snow flurries at annual balloting in Dej Continued On Page Six future promotions j 6 Pearl Port and Mrs Robert Port all of Petersburg The deceased as a member of The deceased was a member of the Petersburg United Meth odist Church All of his life was his area Funeral services will be held on Friday at 2 pm at Browns uneral home Huntingdon The Rev D L Brinton Shafer will officiale and interment will be made in lhe Alexandria Pres byterian Cemetery Friends will received at the funeral home after 7 pm Thursday and until Jie hour for the services There Is The Golden Circle Thats all there is fo it explains CF Ted1 English to fellow retailers Carl Fleck left and Chet Isett right as they prepare for the new Golden Circle parking program in downtown Huntingdon The new refund token program goes into effect with a big three day sales event this Thursday Friday and Saturday A token is issued when money is placed in the parking meter and this Golden Circle will be refunded with a pur chase from any of the participating stores members of the Merchants Committee of Huntingdon Business and Industry 13 Cabins Burglarized A string of 13 cabin bur glaries in Perm Township along the Raystown Branch turned up yesterday afternoon State Trooper Joseph R Ruff of the Huntingdon substa tion went to the area bo in vestigate a single burglary and uncovered a dozen other loot ings cabins are located along Penn Township Route 415 about two miles east of Aitch The investigating officer at date is not even aware of tha names of the owners of looted cabins James B Brantner Wil liamsburg R D 1 discovered yesterday that his summer cottage had been burglarized He called State Police and Ruff was assigned to investigate Continued On Page Sixteen Shop Huntingdons Of The Golden Circle   

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