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Hershey News (Newspaper) - April 16, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7 cd hers Fey Pennsylvania april 16, 1959 no. 16 fans sit in on session with sports stars Hershey area persons who attended the monday night sports night event sponsored by the Hershey Lions club were treated to a series of inside close up looks into the world of sports As provided by a panel of guests whose names read like a chapter from who a who in sports. The panel appearance of the stars was held in the Hershey High school auditorium. During the evening the audience a sat in a on a sports a Bull session a in which Joe Dimaggio the Yankee Clipper demonstrated his famous batting stance and showed the Dimaggio swing. Bill Russell Boston celtics Star discussed the Art and science of capturing the rebounds. Russells coach. Red Auerbach who pilots the world okie of Brien scored to in goal that Elisii baled Cleveland in the 4-3 Hershey Victory sunday. Willie Marshall came Back to help spark bears attack which moved them into Calder cup in Calder cup finals never say die bears who finished in fourth place in the regular american hockey league season were in Buffalo this week for wednesday and saturday night Calder cup championship round contests with the by sons the Ahl Pennant winners. Coach Frank Mathersn defending Calder cup title hold ers disposed of second place Cleveland 4-3, in the seventh game of the Semi final Best of seven eries to go into the final round with Buffalo. After the two games this week at Buffalo the bears and bosons will meet in the Hershey sports Arena in the third and fourth games on wednesday april 22, and saturday april 25. The remainder of the cup playoff schedule Calls for the fifth game at Buffalo on sunday april 26 the sixth game Back at Hershey on tuesday april 28 and the seventh returning to Buffalo on wednesday april 29. Should the series be extended that far. The battling bears qualified for the Calder cup playoff finals with a 4-3 Victory aver the Cleveland Barons in the Cleveland Arena last sunday. The Barons had topped the bears 3-1, at Hershey the previous evening to even the Semi final series at three games apiece. Tulip time30,000 blooms for Hershey gardens thirty thousand tulips in Bloom will again Delight the Eye in the Hershey gardens overlooking the chocolate Torii with the Peak of the Bloom expected to be from april 25 to May 15. Twelve new varieties will be shown at the Hershey gardens the first showing in the United states. Another 227 varieties will be displayed in solid color combinations a that is one Section of Beds is devoted entirely to reds another to lavenders and so on. All of the various species of tulips Are represented beginning with the Kauffman Lianas through the single Early Darwin Darwin hybrids cottage Triumph Parrot and breeders. A High Point of attraction this year will be three new Beds a one shaped like a dutch Windmill one of Tulip Flower design and one in the form of a dutch wooden shoe. Various colors outline the typical dutch motifs and within the colourful outlines is planted a mosaic of Floral color. Admission to the Hershey gardens is free and ample free parking areas Are available. The gardens Are open to the Public from april 25 until late october. Champion celtics illustrated proper methods of dribbling and shooting and spoke of the celtics famous offensive Maneu vers. A1 Sherman new York giants pro football team coach outlined theoretical offensive strategy to be used against the Baltimore Colts. Norm Van Brocklin Philadelphia eagles quarterback sex los Angeles ram demonstrated and discussed passing techniques. Bob Pellegrini Philadelphia eagles linebacker spoke of his assignment of halting opposing bal carriers. There was More. The sports celebrities also answered Many questions relating to their respective careers As they sat in a panel session. Moderator of the panel was Sid Luckman former Columbia University and Chicago bears great quarterback and now Backfield coach and Vic president of the bears. Luckman was introduced by George d. Mcclees president of the Hershey Lions club. The sports night session at the school attended by the general Public followed a dinner held b the Lions in Honor of thirty Hershey High school and thirty five Milton Hershey school senior athletes. The dinner was held in the Community dining room with the visiting spots celebrities present to help pay Tri on two Pat to sponsor science fair elects officers instead of their regular meeting the Derry township Parent Reacher association will sponsor a science fair for the students of the Derry township elementary school the fair will be held in the All purpose room of the elementary school from 7 30 . To 9 . On monday april 20. Richard Zimmei Man will be chairman for the affair and each student participating will be awarded a certificate. The Public is invited to attend. The Pat also announced that Frank Cifani was elected president of the association. Other officers elected were mrs. Robert Sinclair Vic president mrs. Merle Lutz corresponding Secretary mrs Glenn Fuller recording Secretary Hiram Groff treasurer. Cifani will succeed flood h. Renshaw jr., As president when the new officers Are installed at the end of the present school year on the Deans list William Larish 204 West Anomie was named on Lihe Deans list for the first half of tie Secand semester at Elizaboth Fliton College Dean Roy Mcainey has announced. Larish a graduate of Palmyra High school and Iler Shoy Junior College is a Veteran of u. S. Army service. He is a senior at Elizabethtown College where be is majoring in business administration. Who Are strikes really against a a once again Here in Hershey we Are facing the possibility of a strike. It is disquiet fire and unpleasant to think of such things especially when we consider the. Ugly situations of but a Short time ago. Who Are strikes really against who a a wins a who a a loses lets examine a recent strike in new York City to see. Last december the truck Dri piers who deliver that great City a newspapers shut Down the nine daily papers for 17 Days. At the end of that time the striking employees went Back to work for approximately the same a a package they had been offered before the strike. But they had lost $600,000 in wages from the standpoint of this $600,000, the strike was against the strikers families. From the standpoint of the five million Dollar loss in wages to non striking newspaper employees who had to be Laid of the strike was against their fellow employees. From the standpoint of the 10,000 Newsstands that had to be shut Down the strike was against the people who sell their product. From the standpoint of the heavy loss of business by the entertainment Industry the strike was against musicians waiters actors entertainers prize fighters and stage hands. From the standpoint of the profit that would have come from the Twenty five million dollars in Christmas advertising that was never run the strike was against the owners of the newspapers and the u. S. Government which would have received 52% of the profit in taxes. Other innocent sufferers were real estate , used car salesmen waste paper dealers mail order companies and thousands of Small neighbourhood stores whose Trade is largely brought in by the Sale of newspapers. Every strike has its bad Side effects although they Are not always so obvious As they were in this Case. The same penalties to innocent bystanders Are always present. Although aimed at a capital a the owners of a company most of the Price is paid by other workers. The present economic situation Here does not appear to justify the drastic action presently being planned. It is our fervent Hope that a reasonable settlement will be arrived at eliminating the possibility of widespread and hurtful effects of a of Brethren men hear or. Brel Denstone several Hundred laymen from throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania took part last saturday in the annual Eastern District Church of the Brethren menus Vork Fellowship held at the Conewago Church at Bachmanville. Featured speaker was or. A. G. Brel Denstone Dean of Millersville state teachers College. Others with Active roles in the program were Roy s. Brandt Hershey a member of the menus work Council Norman Patrick the Rev. J. R. Macdonald Hershey Earl Eshleman Palmyra or. Galen c. Kilhefner Elizabethtown and Lyan Klin Wagner Hummelstown. Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. Bulk Bati u. S. Postage paid Hershey a. 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