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Hershey News (Newspaper) - April 23, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7 Hershey Pennsylvania april 23, 1959 no. 17 More than four Hundred bicyclists from throughout the Community turned out in Force last saturday at the Hershey High school building for the annual bicycle safety program held by the Hershey Optimist club Here one of the Busy registrars Optimist Ward Wiley signs up Bike owners As Pennsylvania state trooper Milan Slider and Optimist club president elect Russell Cutshall hold up a beckoning poster. Trooper Suder is in charge of student safety patrol work in the area. Trooper Joseph f. Petritis also assisted the optimists in conducting the Bike safety event. During the morning activity 425 bikes were registered by the Optimist registration teams 250 of which were new registrations this year. The Rev. Kermit l. Lloyd vicar of Hep hey Sall saints episcopal Church addressed the huge crowd of Young cyclists during the safety program held in the school auditorium. Prizes were awarded by the Optimist club to thirty Lucky participants with Nora a. Barnes and Emma Jean Heisey winning the grand prizes of Bike speedometers. All prizes w Ere Bike accessories.25-band Parade for Hershey the Pennsylvania band masters association has announced that its 27th annual convention to be held in Hershey May 8-10�?will feat a a Mammoth Parade of bands on chocolate Avenue As part of the associations activities on saturday May 9. The Parade is scheduled to get under Way at one thirty . John Enck Mcconnellsburg a High school bandmaster and general chairman of the convention said Twenty five of the states finest school and Community bands have registered to take part in the Parade. Local area bands registered to Parade include those of the Milton Hershey school Hershey High school Middletown High school and Susquehanna township High school As Well As Franklin and Marshall College. A band clinic will be conducted in Hershey sports Arena at the conclusion of the Parade by Donald Jacoby nationally famous Cornelist and John h. Peiffer jr., conductor of the Franklin and Marshall band. U. S. Air Force officer addresses Hershey education association it. Col. Charles f. Stack jr., chief of the office of informational services Middletown air Materiel area was the guest Spealler at the annual Spring banquet of the Hershey education association on wednesday evening april 15. One Hundred and sixty nine members and guests were present. Master of ceremonies for the program was mrs. Arlene Bucher the current Hea president. In his address to the teaching group,.col. Stack warned f complacency and disregard for awareness in our relations with Russia. He recommended that american education train More individuals who would be capable leaders of the future calling for an Active program which would provide the necessary qualities in our children to make them capable of handling the affairs of a world divided into two Camps of democracy and communist totalitarianism. Miss Max a Neill and Charles Muench were co chairmen of the banquet committee which included mis. Esther Copp miss Rachael baked miss Viola Dietrich miss Lanet Fil bin. Miss Julie Furlong miss Phyllis Gilman miss mail Cie Nagorski miss Annie Royer Ray Cheronis Eairl Edds Louis Mandes i Ancis Mccarthy Eric Phillips a Gwyn spangled and Edward cancer Campaign to be held on monday the Dexy by township cancer crusade will be conducted on monday april 27, it was announced by local chairman Ted Mandes Betm Een the hours of 9 . And 9 . Serving As captains for the Campaign. Mandes reported will be Allen fasnacht mrs. Reuel Ryman mrs. Joseph Magnelli mrs. Samuel Tan Credi mrs. Robert Sponaugle mrs. Dewitt Nunn mrs. Tohn Emerich mrs. Joseph Fischer George Horstick and mrs. Jefferson Barnhart. Volunteers conducting the Campaign will leave a Cai d at Home where the residents Are absent when the Campaign Woit Ker Calls the chairman said and a return Call will be made the following Day. Pei sons who Are missed and who wish to contribute to the american cancer society May mail their contributions direct to the Dauphin county cancer unit 211 state Street Harrisburg remember to set clock for Daylight saving lest we forgot tie a string around your Finger or write yourself a note. The clock Getis turned ahead an hour for the beginning of Daylight saving time at 2 . Sunday april 26. Hershey will again join most area towns in observing a fast All of Dauphin county will continue Daylight saving time until octo Beir 25. Chocolate corp. And Union reach contract agreement Hershey chocolate corp Oil action and chocolate local 464, american bakery and confectionery workers International Union i reached Agi element on a new Conti act settlement in a negotiating session last Friday morning. Ratification of the terms by the Union membership came at Union meetings held monday and tuesday of week. The new Conti act provides for a wage increase of eight cents per hour retroactive to january 1, 1959, with a further increase of seven cents per hour effective january 1, 1960. _ aside from the wage Inci eases the contract includes an Inci ease of one half per cent of annual earnings in vacation benefits to employees with six to Twenty years of continuous employment and an Inci ease of one per cent to employees with Twenty one or More years. Under the contract Tei is employees who Are entitled to the Christmas paid Holiday will receive four hours extra pay at their regular hourly rate. Also top rated skilled tradesmen will receive an additional increase of three cents per hour. No change was made in the previous Union Security clause. Current provisions for pensions and group Insu Tince were not affected in the recently completed Conti act negotiations. Seek Good american books for readers in free world the citizens of Hershey aide being afforded the Pix Ortun Ity to help Tell the Story of America around the free world. To offset the flood of communist propaganda the . Info mation Agency has asked for a donation of american books fit of everyone willing to help with this Woidy cause. The books will be sent throughout the free Woi old to give our International neighbors a True picture of the american Way of life. In Hershey the project of receiving the donated books has been undertaken by the rotary club during this week and next. Rotarian William e. Landis project chairman said books May be deposited in a Box marked for that Pui pose at the desk of the Hershey Community club. Books should be in Good to excellent condition. Types of books needed for Small children or those who cannot read English a picture books abcs Mother Goose Etc. For child in in who can Lead English childhood classics in easy to read editions Modem child ends books by Gootel authors. For students in secondary schools a High school and Junior College texts general works in history Geogi achy literature natural science applied science social science Aid and music books reflecting modern american life and thought. For College and research students and professional Ixer sons specialized works in the sciences history Law Lite a Ture technology. For the general adult Reader Good modern fiction and non fiction especially that which gives a Good picture of present Day american life Lite Ary classics in modern editions standi d i reference works. Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. Bulk rate u. S. Postage paid Hershey a permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable

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