Hershey News in Hershey, Pennsylvania
30 Apr 1964

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30 Apr 1964

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Hershey News (Newspaper) - April 30, 1964, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 12hershey, Pennsylvania april 30, 1964 no. 9 groundbreaking ceremonies for a 12-room Parish House to be erected by the All saints episcopal Church were held recently with the it. Rev. John t. Heistand Bishop of Harrisburg presiding. The Parish Hall will be built in Back of the main Church facing Valley Road with m. L. Haldeman and son inc. As general contractor. In the photo left to right Are mrs. George Booth episcopal Church women president mrs. Alexander Stoddert the Rev. W. Lyndon Hess or. Edwin f. Weaver senior Warden the Bishop and the Ven. Kermit l. Lloyd Rector. Mhz alumni hold annual senior Fellowship dinner the Milton Hershey school alumni association held their tenth annual senior Fellowship dinner in the Blue room of the Hershey Community Center last saturday night. Speakers for the evening were Arthur r. Whiteman president of the Hershey estates and a graduate of the school in 1927 and William e. Dearden a member of the class of 1940 and products manager of the Hershey chocolate corporation. Program chairman for the evening was Kenneth v. Hatt class of 1941 and comptroller of the Hershey estates. Following the dinner the spartan orchestra under the direction of w. Purnell Payne furnished the music for dancing from 8 30 to 11 . General chairman of the Din Ner dance is Charles newcomer. Officers of the alumni association Are Herbert Huebner class of 1949, president Warren Shaffer class of 1937, president elect Levi filepas class of 1945, vice president Charles newcomer class of 1950, Secretary and William Schmehl class of 1939, treasurer. Assistant chairmen Tor the event were Warren Shaffer and Levi filepas. Chapter presidents assisting were Bernie Mescan of Harrisburg William Fisher of the Homestead chapter in Hershey William Moore Lebanon Lester Good Lancaster Edward Mitchel Philadelphia Richard Lewis Pittsburgh Alfred Adams Coatesville West Chester Dino Stella Susquehanna Valley and Robert Naughton Pottstown the Hershey Community Center has announced the following As the new summer schedule Cocoa Avenue Plaza Pool beg. May 30 a All Ages recreation swim sundays and monday thru Fri. Except thurs. Evening 1 -10 p. M. Saturday a 12 noon to 10 p. M. All Ages water Ballet girls Mon. Thru Fri. 12 noon to 1 p. M. Starts june 15 8 to 17 aau team beg. June 15tues., wed., thurs., 10 a. M. To 12 noon 18 -7 recreation swim thursday 7 to 10 p. M. Community Center Pool beg. June 15 a girls 8 and 9 year Olds. Beg. Swim instr., Mon. Thru Fri., 10 to 11 a. M. 10 to 12, Mon. Thru Fri., intermediate 11 to 12 noon. Boys 8-9, beg. Swim. Instr., Mon. Thru Fri., 1 to 2 p. M. 10-12 intermediate Mon. Thru Fri., 2 to 3 p. M. Boys and girls 12 to 17 adv. Swim instr., Mon. Thru Fri., 3 to 5 p. M. 12 to 15 Junior life saving 8-3 Mon. Thru Fri., 3 to 4 p. M. 16 and up. Senior life saving 8-3 m. W. The. F., 7 to 8 p. M. Adults swim instr., . 8 to 10 p. M. Center team 6-98 to 17, Mon. Thru Fri., 5 to 7 p. M. All Ages family Nite tuesday 7 to 10 p. M. Under the social and cultural events to happen this summer the Community Center lists a Day Camp to be held at the Community Camp from july 6th to the 31st. Youngsters from 8 to 11 years of age Are invited to attend. Morning cont need on Pavo four postal service changes announced limited adjustments in some of the postal services which were ordered in Washington on March 10 by postmaster general John a. Gronouski to save $12.7 million will begin to take effect in Hershey and other cities on May 4, postmaster Merl seavers said today. Service changes planned locally include the following or. Seavers stated first a window services saturday services will be limited to stamp sales acceptance of parcel Post cod registry and general delivery service. Domestic and International Money orders will not be issued on saturdays. The following cannot be accepted on saturdays Box rent collections meter settings claims and inquiries. Saturday hours for service tenth annual senior Fellowship dinner was held last saturday in the dining room of the Hershey Community Center. Front Row left to right Are Herbert Huebner president of the Mhz alumni association Arthur r. Whiteman speaker and president at the Hershey estates James e. Bobb chairman of the Bard of managers of Mhz. Back Row a Bob Sweigert president of the Milton Hershey school class of 1964 William e. Dearden speaker and products manager of Hershey chocolate corp. And Kenneth v. Flatt program chairman and comptroller of the Hershey estates. Will be 8 . To noon. Counter service will be tendered by one clerk patrons should make maximum use of the stamp vending machine in the lobby. Second a parcel Post deliveries parcel Post delivery service will be provided live Days a week instead of six Days. This office will not be delivering parcel Post on tuesdays of each week. Special delivery parcels will be delivered in accordance with present policies. The Only other Type of parcels that will be delivered on tuesdays Are first class parcels air parcels and perishable articles. The postmaster emphasized that no essential major services Are affected under the . Band amp singing sergeants at Hershey Park the u. S. Air Force band will appear in free afternoon and evening concerts with the famous sing ing sergeants at the ban Shell of the Hershey Park on sunday May 3. The 100 members selected for the band were auditioned from More than 1,400 professional musicians who played in outstanding symphony orchestras and a a name bands of the country. A staff of expert arrangers have come up with new sparkling arrangements eliminating the use of hackneyed a a Stock publication. Careful selection of music allows a wide variety of compositions to be presented on each program. As a result the pro Grams Are productions in the a sex trav Aganza class and contain music to satisfy every appetite from a a opera to a a marches and a sym phony to concerts Are scheduled for 2 and 7 . In the event of inclement weather programs will move indoors to the sports Arena. Tulips and Spring Flowers Are expected to be in full Bloom Over this weekend according to an announcement made by John p. Meszaros director of Hershey gardens. The 30,000 tulips 500 varieties will be looking their Best As will 150 varieties of daffodils ranging in color from White Pale yellow Pink Golden yellow to deep Orange and Orange red. In the photo or Meszaros looks Over a bed of Golden yellow daffodils. Indianapolis 500 closed circuit telecast at Arena for the first time since the first race in 1911, millions instead of thousands of people across the country will witness the 48th annual Indianapolis race by Way of Mca tvs closed circuit telecast to be seen saturday May 30 at the Hershey sports Arena starting at 11 40 . Est. The significant feature of this historic entertainment venture is the fact that audiences will be guaranteed a full 4 hours of Speedway spectacle. Unlike some closed circuit to coverage of sports events when a sudden turn of events can bring the show to an abrupt end in a mat ter of minutes the worlds greatest Auto race will be televised right from the time when Speedway president Tony Hulmon delivers his famous a gentlemen Start your engines to the lowering of the Check ered Flag As the Winner crosses the finish line. Two screens will be set up in the spacious sports Arena to allow More Tolian 6,400 fans to View the event. Arena general manager Lloyd s. Blinco said that reserved seat tickets Are now on Sale at the Park office As Well As agencies in Harrisburg York Lancaster Reading and Lebanon. Among the Many youngsters who registered and took advantage of the annual bicycle registration held by the Hershey Optimist club and the Derry township supervisors last saturday morning was Cynthia Price of Trindad apartments. Left to right on the photo Are Charles Schofield boys work chairman of the Optimist club James Albrite chairman of the registration Day program Cindy and Milan news comm. Bldg. Hershey a. Bulk rat paid u. S. Postage Hershey. A. Permit no. 3

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