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Hershey News (Newspaper) - April 30, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7hershey, Pennsylvania april 30, 1959 no. 18receive Safe Driver award eleven Hershey chocolate corporation truck Drivers Are among the award winners announced by the motor trans i it rotation division of the National Sal Oty Council. The Safe Driver awards for 1958 Are in the form of certificates and Lapel pins and each award indicates the Nuich Ber of Accident free years of driving. Hershey chocolate corporation Drivers honoured Plant milk hauling a Charles Landis 17 years George Bomgardner 15 years Edwin Strohm 14 years r. J. Hetrick 12 years Richard c. Deaven nine years and Wilbur Haas eight years. Branch Creamery milk hauling a w. P. Yerger 15 years Harry Heffelfinger 13 years Calvin Groh 13 years and William Rittle ten years. Engineering Genei Al hauling William Wallace one chorus and Hiler win state music honors the Hershey High chorus conducted by Elwyn Spangler has once again scored a High rating in the Pennsylvania forensic and Lusic league state finals. The chorus was rated a a excellent among the class a mixed choruses. An a a excellent rating was also awarded to Richard Hiler for his trumpet Solo. Richard is the Bruce Hiler of Hershey route 2. Participating in the state finals at Pittsburgh were approximately 3,000 students from 100 High schools. National safety Council presented its award of Merit to the Hershey chocolate corp Oil action for its outstanding safety record for 1958. The award plaque is held Between j. Gei Ald Robertson from left heir Shey chocolate corporation safety inspector and coi into Plebani second from right chairman of Union members of the safety advisory committee. They Are flanked by George t. Bohner left chairman of the chocolate coi Poi Ationo a safety committee and Donald c. Shay right chairman of management members of the safety advisory committee. The National safety councils Awai a of Merit is the Luigj Ian to Honor in its no Tunal Indus i Iai safety contest. In noting this new Honor in the Field of Industrial safety Hei Shey chocolate Cox Poi action president s. F. Hinkle said. A one of the most pleasant opportunities which occasionally come to me is that of commending our employees for a Iob Well done. Certainly this award of mex it which we have aimed is evidence of such an achievement. A to those of you whose Good work and Diligence have produced these enviable and nationally recognized results i want to express my Hearty congratulations. We All Hope that the winning of awards like this one will become an unbreakable an award was also a a received by the chocolate corp of action from the food division of the National safety councils sectional safety committee. This was in the Fox a of a certificate of achievement for a Educ Long the injury frequency rate. During 1958 Hershey chocolate corporation employees worked a total of 6,600,000 hours with but twelve lost time accidents. This com Pax is with 27 lost time accidents for the year 1957. It was pointed out that the injury frequency in ate dropped from 4.12 in 1957 to 1.82 in 1958. During the same Pei Iod the National average injury frequency a ate was 6.37 for 1957 and 6.00 for 1958. Winning safety awards is not a new experience for the Hershey chocolate corporation employees. Trophies awards certificates and citations dating Back mox e than a Quad Ter of a centum y axe displayed in a Case along the visitor sex out in the Plant. School Bond to ploy for bandmaster playing the opening night concert of the band masters association annual conference promises to be a new and excite ipg experience for the Hershey High school band. The context will be presented in the High school auditorium on Friday evening. May 8, at 8 p. M. The Public is invited to the festivities with the visiting bandmaster s. Sharing the podium for the evening with Paul g. Fisher the bands conductor will be re Chat a ilex student con duct Rand Thiee members of the band masters Organiza Tion. John Enck of the Pennsylvania bandmaster association and music super visor in Mcconnellsburg will conduct his Wix March a festival Parade William s. Max cd of nox i i town the incoming president of Therba will Lead the band in a Una Tiki Al Emblem and a former member of the famous Contina cd on Fate Twe Navy band to play m. S. Hershey March with composer Atlee Young conducting the famous United states Navy band will play the m. S. Hex Shey Max Chas a Pax to of its afternoon concert in Hershey Park on sunday May 10. Conducting the accomplished musicians in the special selection will be j. Atlee Young retired former bandmaster at the Milton hex Shey school and composer of the m. S. Hershey March. The concert will be present de in the Park ban Shell at two . Or. Young composed the m. S. Hershey March in 1940, the year he joined the Milton Hershey school faculty. It was dedicated to or. Hershey and to the i industries and institutions which he founded. With its Public presentation by the Navy band Hei e on May 10, or. Young said the March will be a dedicated to the Milt Oil Hei Shey school in a Salute to the schools fiftieth anniversary which is being observed this year. J. Atlee Young or. Young came to the Milton Hershey school As bandmaster and choral conductor of the boys choir and during the War years was in charge of the entire school music pro Cootie cd of Pac two eight Hershey employees to retire a husband and wife both employed by the Milton Hershey school axe among eight persons retiring from the school the Hershey chocolate. Corporation and Hershey estates on May 1. A x. Couple Are Harry m. Hartman manager of the business division of the Isi Ilton Hershey school at the main and mrs. Helen c. Hartman who was in charge of the clothing Branch of the school at the main. Or. And mrs. Hait my have a combined total of Niox a than 72 years with the Milton Hershey school. The May 1 retirees chocolate corporation Aldorino Didomenico 41 West Granada Avenue her Shey employed since april 1, 1919 Cocoa processing department. Roy a. Keir palmy a route 1 employed since january 13, 1927 wrapping department. Harvey l. I Asty 1212 fifteenth Street so Bix Ming Ham Alabama sales department. Hershey estates Alvin w. Housein 406 South Railroad Street Palmyra employed since september 11, 1922 Hershey lumber products. Ralph d. Reigel Harri Bux g route 1 employ etl since february 12, 1924 hex Shey lumber products. Ammon s. Fausnacht Palmyra route 1 employed since apis in 22, 1929 painting Foreman. Milton Hershey school Helen c. Hartman hex Shey route 2 employed since september 16, 1922 the main. Harry m. Hartman Hershey route 2 employed since september 24, 1922 the news comm. Big. Hershey a. Bulk Rati u. S. Postage paid Hershey a. Permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable
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