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Hershey News (Newspaper) - July 16, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7 o Hershey Pennsylvania july 16, 1959 no. 29 James e. Bobb elected chairman of Board of managers of the Milton Hershey school e. Bobb who has been with the Hershey companies since 1927, was elected chairman of the Board of managers of the Milton Hershey school on thursday july 9. At the same time or. Bobb was elected to the Post of chairman of the Board of managers of the m. S. Hershey foundation. In both positions he succeeds d. Paul Witmer who retired july 1. In assuming the chairmanship of the Board of the Milton Hershey school or. Bobb climaxes a Long association with the school and its population providing him with an intimate insight into its Opeil action. Among the Many services he has performed in connection with the school was a period when he functioned As advisor and Dean for. The House parents and boys of the farm Homes handling problems of discipline and otherwise valuable firsthand knowledge of the schools Basic aim the education and guidance of boys. Or. Bobb has served As a member of the Milton Hershey school Board of Man agers and the m. S. Hershey foundation Board since january 1950. At that time he was also elected to the Board of directors of the Hershey Trust company which serves As trustee for the Milton Hershey school. Until his election As chairman last week he had been vice chairman of the Milton Hershey school Board of managers and of the foundation Board of managers since july 1956. In 1956 he also elected a vice president and a director of Hershey estates with his areas of administration including the operation of the hotels restaurants the Community building Hershey Dairy Hershey drug store farm and Garden Supply Center and a number of other estates divisions one of his vital interests is the youth program of the Community club and Many of the local youth projects using the facilities of the Community building have been expanded with or. Bobby a support. During his 32 years with Hershey he has also formerly headed their agricultural operations. He is a member of the american society of agricultural engineers and has served on a number of local and state agriculture committees. The son of the late or. And mrs. James g. Bobb he was born in Mechanicsburg and spent his Early boyhood there and in Harrisburg. His family moved to Hershey in 1918. He was graduated from Hershey High school in 1927, and for three years he attended the Extension night school of the Wharton school of finance University of Pennsylvania at Harrisburg. In june 1927 he obtained employment with the Hershey chocolate corporation and the following year he trans Feria de to Hershey estates. He is married to the former Alma Louise Payne of Wichita Kansas and Harrisburg and is the father of a son James Woodman Woody Bobb 14. The Bobbs reside at 278 East chocolate Avenue. Or. Bobb is a past president of the Hershey rotary club served. Tresiz. Dent of the Hershey civic club. He is an elder of Derry presbyterian Church served As president of the churches Board of trustees and was a member of the Board of deacons. Quot Pennsylvania is. Nalion Quot High school football classic shapes up for August 1 training drills Here next week looming Only two weeks away the classic contest Between the Pennsylvania big 33 stars and the National High school All americans will be a summertime prelude to the football a season and will be packed with the pageantry of a a a bowl game. Pennsylvania a finest High school stars of last season will meet the Best of the rest of the nation in Hershey stadium on saturday August 1, in the second annual Gridiron event. The game is played for the Benefit of the boy scouts and girl scouts and a year ago a crowd witnessed the first playing of the classic. The pennsylvanians last year shut out the National All americans 6-0. Adding to the Luster of the stadium event will be several hours of pageantry and ceremony highlighted by the Lively and Lovely appearance of the a big 66�?� majorettes representing area High schools. The Pennsylvania Grinders will be coached by Carl Snavely a Lebanon Valley College alumnus and one of the nation a Al time great College coaches. Names aide last weekend Snavely named As his assistant Alva e. Kelley head coach at Colgate University. Snavely coached Kelley in Kelley a playing Days at Cornell. The Keystone state squad will Check in at the Hershey Park Golf club dormitories next wednesday and the first drills will be held thursday morning. Two workouts a Day corporation announces changes in financial and accounting organization at the july 8 meeting of the Hershey chocolate corporation Board of directors l. Whitley Simmons formerly an assistant comptroller was promoted to the office of comptroller. At the same meeting Samuel n. Tan Reili formerly an assistant comptroller we As made assistant treasurer. Joseph Mastrosati continues As an assistant treasurer. Are scheduled up to the Day of the game. Snavely has written to each member of the big and has impressed upon his charges that a a in a not coming in to coach a the National High school All americans will be directed by Lloyd Jordan who has tapped former notre Dame head coached Mckeever to serve As his line coach against the . Jordan and Mckeever will be opposing coaches in the North South All american High school game at Baton Rouge la., on july 23. Jordan will Pilot the North team and Mckeever was picked to direct the South. Immediately following the Baton Rouge contest the two coaches will select the Cream of the High school All americans to make the trip to Hershey to Battle the Pennsylvania big 33. Mckeever stepped out of coaching in 1951 for a Public relations Job but has continued to keep a hand in the sport As scout for the new York of past two nation s need cooperation a real need for a labor Bill not afflicted with anaemia and the urgent necessity for cooperation in the abbr management capital picture in the United states were voiced with underscoring emphasis by president Eisenhower at a recent press conference. The president was queried on whether he thought the Congress should go Home this year without passing a a real labor Reform a i most certainly do not a Imp. replied. He continued a you know i am disturbed by what seems to be becoming habit in this country to adopt certain theories that Marx one of these he said is that a a bitter and implacable warfare Quot Between the Man who works and the Man who hires him is inevitable. A to my mind this is absolutely and completely in american a the president said. A it is not the Way a free country must work. A every last Workman Down to the lowliest the most menial task you can think of is just As important As any manager or any capitalist that invests in a company. A we have got to talk about cooperation How do labor and management and capital cooperate to produce the wealth that this country needs. That is what we mean by an expanding the labor Reform legislation or. Eisenhower told the press corps and the nation is aimed at protecting the Man who works with his hands to help create the nations wealth. A a this is not any kind of punitive Law a he pointed out adding that a senator Mcclellan himself put in a Bill of this a a Workingman a Bill of rights had the presidents support and he said he was sorry to see it watered Down As it was designed to protect the labourer from racketeering practices a practices on the part of a few men in the labor Field. Or. Eisenhower said a i would certainly like to see american thinking to be directed toward 177 million people that Are trying to get ahead and not with some internecine warfare that is and futile and plans for annual Gladiolus show in Hershey Community building one of the most color filled events of the year will be the thirteenth annual Gladiolus show of the Keystone Gladiolus society Here on saturday and sunday August 8 and 9. The huge Floral exposition will be held in the Community building. Theme of the artistic design Section of the show will be a a Flower arrangers handbook a illustrated a and special invitation classes will bring out the themes accent. The schedule of classes of arrangements open to All growers lists a wide Range of types and patterns with a special Mother and daughter class judged As a single unit and including a menus class. The schedule of classes for specimens jus been arranged a chortling to size and color. One will be open to those who grow not More than 2,000 bulbs and a special Novice and children a class is listed. Of special interest will be a seedlings class and another for recent introductions. Members of the Lebanon county Flower club Hershey horticulture society and Harrisburg Garden club will serve As hostesses clerks and registrars. General chairman of the Hershey news comm. Bldg. Hershey a. Bulk Ratt u. S. Postage paid Hershey a. Permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable
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