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Hershey News (Newspaper) - April 9, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7 o Hershey Pennsylvania april 9, 1959 no. 15 Bike safety Day plans announced by Optimist club the annual Community wide bicycle safety program sponsored by the Hershey Optimist club will be held on saturday april 18, at school Plaza it was announced this week by Bob Hollyday and de Smith co chairmen for the event. All owners of two wheel bikes in Derry township were urged to take part in the safety program. Optimist Smith said a and particularly those in the age bracket from five to a this age group has come to be known in safety circles As a the vulnerable age a Smith said a and we Are anxious to help them to become aware of Bike safety at the Bike safety Day program each owners Bike will receive a thorough safety inspection and will be registered. The Optimist club is recommending that All cyclists regardless of age have their bikes inspected. In the past four years some 1600 bikes have been inspected and registered by the her Motiu Iii a. The a ppr Tance of the registration is revealed in the fact that an average of forty two wheelers per year have been recovered for owners As a direct result of the annual registration. The inspection and registration period will begin at nine . And will continue until All Bike owners present have their vehicles inspected. Four five Man inspection teams composed of local optimists and aided by state troopers will examine the two wheelers for operational defects and will submit through the owners a report to parents for their information. Optimist Hollyday inside activities chairman said that More than $100 Worth of by continued on Paie two Louis p. Shannon manager of the Extension division of e. I. Dupont de Nemours and company addressed the Hershey rotary club on monday on the subject of americans economic and technological a a musts for the future in View of the nations a a explosively rising population. Among pressing needs cited by Shannon was an urgent Call for a climate of thinking that will Foster Strong individual ability among the nations youth the Chance to team its Talent and elimination of any a climate of a former educator and school administrator or. Shannon has been with Dupont since 1942. Before joining the Extension divison he was engaged in personnel training and Industrial engineering work. Hershey students win music laurels three High school in the Pennsylvania Southern District music and league events at Central Dauphin High school last weekend won High Praise from the rating teams. The schools senior chorus directed by Elwyn f. Spangler received the rating of a a Superior Richard Hiler trumpet soloist a a Superior and the vocal quartet was rated the senior chorus and Hiler with their top ratings in the District event Are now eligible to enter the state forensic continued on Pafe four National Library week puts spotlight on books and music special displays of new books and albums of recorded music Are being arranged at the Hershey free Library As part of the Observance of National Library week april 13 18. The week has been set aside As a time to urge the Public to make More use of the resources offered by the Library a a the Peoples another feature of the local Observance will be a Fine free Day a monday april 13 a when overdue books May be returned without the penalty fee. During the week the Hershey Library will be distributing lists of notable books of 1958 containing 47 titles 30 of which Are available Here. The list was compiled by a committee set up by the american Library association and is a guide to Good Reading. In addition to its wealth of Reading material the Hershey Library is also a source of for music lovers. There Are now seventy records in the Library a collection. Staffing the popular Community facility Are miss. Irene heaps librarian mrs. Marguerite Brannigan assistant librarian and part time assistants miss Mary Darlington miss Anne Bierstein and miss Sandra club plans All Star cast for sports night fete an impressive array of celebrities in the world of sports will l e in the spotlight Here on monday april 13, when they appear As guests at the Hershey Lions clubs annual sports night. The big event honouring some sixty six senior athletes of Hershey High school and the Milton Hershey school will begin at the Lions sports night dinner program in the dining room where the All Star cast of sports figures will join the local service club in saluting the school athletes and their coaches. At the conclusion of the dinner the gathering will move to the Hershey High auditorium for an evening program to which the Public is invited. For the program at the school there is no admission charge and no tickets Are required Lions club president George d. Mcclees said. Sports world luminaries who Wilt come to the chocolate town for the event Clipper representing baseball. The Chicago bears Sid Luckman Norm Van Brock Lin of the Philadelphia eagles and Art Donovan of the Baltimore Colts representing football. Bob Cousy of the Boston celtics and his colourful coach. Red Auerbach representatives of basketball. Topflight athletes and former , d r a w n right from Hershey will be on the program to represent their own particular Brand of sports. They include Jay Weitzel Hershey Golf professional. And from the Hershey Lears playing coach Frank lathers general manager Lloyd Blinco and business manager Baz Bastien representing ice hockey. The Public program in the High school auditorium will be preceded by a period of entertainment by professional magician Doc Marcus from eight until eight thirty ., while a panel of the sports stars and area sportswriters and sports casters will be organized. The big event sponsored by the Lions is being handled by the clubs athletic committee chairman Charles Eyler Frank Kamus Henry Lauzon Harry Smith. Charles Down in Charles Hummer Harry Richards Richard Reese and Ernest Accorsi. Every american a capitalist the russians have made at least one observation about americans that is True. A russian government representative in new York said in recently a the trouble with these United states is their capitalists a they All have a workers background. And even worse the trouble with these United states is with the workers every last one of them has capitalistic the Kremlin spokesman was right. Americans Are capitalists. Twenty five million of our people own heir own Homes and Over 109 million hold insurance policies. More than Twenty one million americans own savings accounts while ten million Are shareholders in Industry and business. When you put your Money in a Bank account or buy insurance a Home stocks or Bonds you become an investor a capitalist. The Money you save and invest supplies the capital on which Industry thrives. Builds new plants and products and services. Creates employment for the million Young americans who need new Job opportunities every Yea in a that a Why it is important to remember that every american is not Only a citizen worker and consumer but also an investor in the that keeps our nation growing. A remember that the american system is the most promising of any system devised by Man Xith Tor the development of Justice and the distribution of the rewards of the Prosperity it creates. Public to join in civil defense Drill Derry townships civil de Ense mechanism a civil defense officials fire company personnel and in ice a was set to go into action on april 1 7 As part of the 1959 National civil defense Alert exercise. The april 17 a Public participation exercise Here will be geared to the statewide a take cover Drill designed to familiarize the Public with Alert signals Derry township civil defense director Louis c. Smith jr., said. The Public participation Drill will take place Between to hold science fair an elementary school science fair Viu be held Here on monday april 20, replacing the regular monthly meeting of the Derr it township Parent teachers association. The Pat announcement said that the Public is invited to visit the science fair and see the projects displayed by the pupils of grades one through six the exhibits will be set up in the All purpose room of the Derry township elementary school building and will be shown from 7 30 to 9 Choir accompanist j. Atlee Young of Hershey instructor in Organ at Elizabethtown College will serve As accompanist for the 34-voice College mixed choir during a series of april concerts in the Philadelphia area and in West Central Pennsylvania. 0 30 . And 5 On Friday april 17. The exact time of the Drill will not be announced prior to its actual occurrence state cd officials said. The Derry township cd director called for Public cooperation in conducting the local a phase of the exercise. Upon the sounding of the local sirens horns and whistles in the three minute pulsating signal members of the general Public should immediately follow the established a take cover procedure. The local Drill will be a part of the nationwide operation Alert 1959. In Pennsylvania it will test the Overall effectiveness of state county and local attack warning systems provide the Public with further opt Ortun Ity to become familiar with the Standard Public action signals provide further Opportunity for the Public to practice Basic self Protection measures and to test civil defense communications and emergency operations. Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. Bulk rat u. S. Postage paid Hershey a. Permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable

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