He attended Juniata College prior to his employment with The Daily News.
He also completed numerous correspondence and advertising courses.
He was employed by Joseph F.
Biddle, founder of the modern Daily News, and his successors, John Biddle, Joseph Biddle II and the current publishers, George and Marlene Sample.
He retired in 1976 as advertising director, but continued on a part-time basis until 2000.
During World War II, he served in the U. McCartney attended the Huntingdon public schools and graduated from Huntingdon High School in 1932.
Army in the European Theatre of Operations.
While in the Army, he was trained to be a cook and served aboard a tug boat and landing craft.
At the end of the war, he was assigned as a clerk in the American Theatre, attaining the rank of Technician Fifth Grade.
McCartney enjoyed hunting, fishing, cards and house painting.
Interment will be made in the Riverview Cemetery, Huntingdon.
MILLER, 65, of Orbisonia, was pronounced dead at approximately 2 p.