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Hershey News (Newspaper) - February 26, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7hershey, Pennsylvania february 26, 1959 no. 9 Herliey to be Center for antique automobile club William Pollock of Potts town president of the antique automobile club of America has announced they will establish their National Headquarters office in Hershey on april 1. Site of the National fall meets since 1955, Hei Shey was selected by unanimous Schoor. Evaluation committee Heads or. C. O. Williams chairman and Daniel d. Test jr., assistant chairman Are welcomed to the Milton Hershey school on sunday As the educators group prepared to make a thorough study of the local schools Over ail program. In photo from left Arew. Allen Hammond Milton Hershey school principal or. Test or. Williams and or John o. Hershey superintendent of the Milton Hershey school. Or. Williams is assistant to the president for special services Pennsylvania state University and or. Test is headmaster of the Westtown school. Milton Hershey school is subject of evaluation program a committee of experienced professional w orders in the Field of education this week conducted an intensive evaluation of the Milton Hershey schools Over All school program. Pleaded. By dr.%,q. .0, ii Liams assistant to the president for special services Pennsylvania state University the committee represented the commission on secondary schools Middle states association of colleges and secondary schools. The committees evaluation company notified of contract termination the attorney for chocolate workers local 464, a.b.c.w.-i.u., has notified Hershey chocolate corporation that All provisions of the collective bargaining agreement with the exception of those relating to pensions and insurance will be terminated As of Midnight april 22, 1959.under the terms of the agreement either party had the right to cancel the contract other than pensions and group insurance provisions at any time after december 31, 1958, upon sixty Days notice. Officials of both the company and the Union expressed the desire to reach an agreement prior to the Date of termination. Negotiating teams have been meeting since november 12, 1958, but have thus far failed to reach Accord. Or. S. F. Hinkle president of the company in his acknowledgement of the letter of termination stated that every Effort should be made to resolve the differences and that the company a negotiating committee is willing to meet with the Union at any mutually convenient time. Was a follow up to a recently completed self analysis conducted by the Milton Hershey schools staff and faculty. The self evaluation process along with the evaluation by the visiting educators is designed to bring the various phases of the school program into Sharp focus. The twin projects serve As a stimulating Force leading to improvements in the services offered by the school to its pupils and Community. Members of the Middle states association evaluating committee who were guests of the Milton Hershey school during their study of the school on sunday monday tuesday and wednesday were or. C. O. Williams chairman assistant to the president Pennsylvania state University. Schools Reading. Or. Carl j. Manone coordinator of guidance and curriculum Abington pa., senior High school. Robert Eaton English Germantown friends school Philadelphia. Gerald l. Robinson assistant to the Dean of admissions. University of Pennsylvania. James a Shaner jr., Industrial arts Muhlenberg High school Laureldale a. Samuel b. Shirley mathematics Girard College High school Philadelphia. Alvah i Small science friends Central school Philadelphia. George w. Smith supervisor of vocational agriculture Carlisle. William p. Lear Art West Chester High school. At its annual meeting in Philadelphia. Last december following an invitation from John b. Sollenberger president of Hershey estates a committee headed by president Pollock and club director James Ladd of it. Gretna approved _ the facilities in the Hershey vote Tum Board of directors museum building and recommended to the membership of the National club that this site be selected for the National Headquarters. A the museum building is located adjacent to Hershey stadium where in the 1957 meet 636 antique automobiles w Ere exhibited the largest number Ever shown at one time. William e. Bomgardner 110 West chocolate Avenue has been appointed operating manager with offices to be in the Hershey museum building. West Derry Road. _ a the National club consists of 8,000 members who own 14,000 antique automobiles the oldest being an 1891 Model. There Are 54 member it cd Amnuel on Page Faurl special registration dates set for voters enrolment of voters for the May 19 primary election will be made by travelling registrars sitting at twelve localities in Dauphin county. The Dauphin county commissioners who function As the county elections Board have set registration hours from 6 to 9 . On special dates. The registrars will be at the Hershey Volunteer fire company House and at hummels towns chemical fire company House on wednesday March 18. Arbitrator gets Job status question the Job status of 20 her la there is grave doubt As Hershey Public Library ant chairman headmaster lists recorded music Westtown school Westtown a. C. William Donovan Vic principal Dobbins vocational and technical school Philadelphia. Miles Marie George biology Philipsburg Osceola High school Philipsburg a Rev. Joseph j. Fricker latin and athletics Central Catholic High school Reading. James i. Graham activities director Plymouth White Marsh High school Plymouth meeting a. David l. Hoffman mathematics Reading senior High school. Miss Betty Jones Library Pottsville High school miss Helen a. Kulp commercial lower Merion High school Ardmore a. M. Luther , superintendent Exeter township the her amp hey Public Library this week announced the addition of seven albums of recorded music. Grieg concerto in a minor for piano and orchestra and Schu Mann concerto in a minor for piano and Oro Helra with Dino Ripatti pianist with the Phil her Monia orchestra. Grofer grand Canyon suite Andre Kostelanetz and his orchestra. Moussorgsky pictures at an exhibition and Stravinsky firebird suite Philadelphia orchestra Eugene Ormandy conductor. Rossini a overtures Barber of Seville William Tell and outliers Abc symphony orchestra Arturo Toscanini conductor. Grieg peer gent suites 1 and 2 and Saint Saenso carnival of the animals Boston pops orchestra Artilur Fiedler conductor. Ravel a o 1 e r o and la Valse Honegger Pacific 231 and Dukas a sorcerers apprentice concert orchestra of the Paris conserva Lory. A a Prokofiev Peter and the Wolf Kleinsinger Tribby the tuba and the Piper All american Oro Helra Stokowski conductor. Shey chocolate corporation was being questioned this week at arbitration proceedings Between the company and the chocolate workers Union Abc. The question was let eing argued before or. W. N. Loucks of the University of Pennsylvania. Who is serving As impartial arbitrator for the specific matter. The Basic question before the arbitrator is whether employees who were members of local 464, Bow must become members of and maintain membership in local 464, Abc As a condition of employment. The Abc local Union has taken the stand that the employees in question have not maintained their membership in Good standing and therefore has requested their discharge. The company has taken the position that under applicable to whether the 20 employees Are required to join the Abc and maintain membership therein in order to keep their jobs and the company therefore would not justified in discharging them. Counsel retained by a number of the affected employees was present at last fridays arbitration. Considerable discussion was devoted to the right of the employees to be represented at the proceedings by their counsel. The Union contends that the arbitration is Between the company and the Union and that the 20 employees do not have the right to be represented by private counsel in this proceeding. The company is maintaining that the affected employees have a Clear right to be represented. Or. Loucks has promised a ruling on the preliminary Point after which a Date will be set to continue the hearing. Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. Bulk Kats u. S. Postage paid Hershey a permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable
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