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Hershey News (Newspaper) - May 21, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7hershey, Pennsylvania May 21, 1959 no. 21 Milton Hershey school Carillon will be dedicated with recital by guest artist distinguished musician John Klein will present the first Public Ropital on the Milton Iler Shoy schools new a can ill a americana a Bells when the instrument is dedicated As part of the . Baccalaureate service on sunday evening May 31. A one of the nations most eminent organists and car idiom nears air. Klein won International acclaim when he presented fifteen once nos in cob Ireland at the International festival on the a Carillon americana in 1958, and during the worlds fair at Brussels last year when he presented two Carillon concerts Laily from May 9 to july 2. He has appeared with major orchestras in the United states including the Columbia broadcasting symphony Bernard Herrman conductor youth orchestra Leopold Stokowski conductor Firestone Howard Barlow Bell Telephone Donald Vorhees Omaha sym Tony Joehester civic orchestra Rochester philharmonic and others. Or. Klein has been Arranger orchestra on a your hit Parade Abc from 1944 to 1957 and was a pianist on the same program. He was Arranger for Frank Sinatra from 1944 to 1947, and More recently for june Valli Dorothy Coll ins Aind Gisele Mackenzie. He has performed and arranged Columbia record albums titled a caroling on the Carillon and a around the world on a Carillon a the latter an album of Twenty folksong from Many natio is. He has also been organist on radio and to shows from 1944 to 1957, including a spot of Gold a Stop the music a music for millions and has composed music for films for Pali he Rio. He has Many published Worl announce Tennis instruction program a program of instruction in Tennis during the coming a months was announced this week by Ralph l. Hoar director of the Hershey Community club. Tenuis lessons for children and adults will be available with regular instructions Given three evenings a week on the Hershey High school courts at memorial Field. Instruction will begin june 1 and will run throughout the summer each monday wednesday find thursday evening from 6 30 to 8 30. A instructions for girls will be held wednesday evenings for boys on mondays and thursdays. John Mccool Hershey Community club Tennis coach who will be the instructor said that special arrangements for individual lessons can be made for adults and children who cannot conveniently participate in the regular classes. The individual sessions will take place on the Community continued on Panje four the Lovely music of Carillon Bells will soon ring out from the Tower of the Milton Hershey schools Junior senior High school building it was announced this week. A Carillon americana Bells have been installed and will be dedicated on sunday evening May 31, As part of the schools baccalaureate service. The people of the Community Are invited to attend. At the conclusion of the baccalaureate service there will be a recital from the school Tower by or. John Klein distinguished carilon Neur organist and composer. The dedication of the Carillon will be a prelude to fiftieth anniversary year activities of the Milton Hershey school. Music of the Carillon can be amplified so that it May be heard anywhere within a radius of two Miles and the Indi Vidigal hell tones and Many Lovely tonal effects will provide an audible Beauty comparable with the magnificent surroundings of the school the Rose Larden hotel Hershey and the entire Hershey Community. The Schulmerich a Carillon americana Bells were select of the Milton Hershey school Board of managers headed by d. Paul Witmer. The Carillon will be played from a console placed in the school auditorium. The instrument itself consists of Small Bronze tone generators which when struck by Metal hammers produce Bell tone barely audible to the human ear. Resultant minute Bell vibrations will be picked up electrostatically amplified to any desired proportions and then report Lucid from Stentor i laced in the school Tower. Application can Send the music Over an area within a two mile radius. Final Bell tones of the a Carillon americana Bells Are just As Rich and deep As the finest Bell music produced by world famous european Carillon. The Bourdon or Bass Bell in the Carillon will provide the same tone As would be Given by a cast Bell weighing forty thousand pounds. This is the note of c below Middle c of the Standard piano keyboard. The Range will be five Complete chromatic octaves extending from c below Middle c to the fourth c above Middle c. It will be playable from either of two 61-note manuals on the console. The first 32 Bass Bells will be playable from a Standard pedal Board. The musician at the console can achieve the Beautiful sound of Harp Bells. The Range of the Plait Bells is four full chromatic octaves. The Silvery sound of the celesta Bells is also achieved on the a Carillon americana a utilize Coati and a a pm e four it what american democracy Means what is american democracy what makes it something special. It is a Way of life in which you the individual is important. That is one thing that sets it apart As lets think about some of the things we would lose As individuals if we Ever surrendered our Way of life. A in our american democracy you have the right to decide for yourself. If you done to like your Job your Boss or the company you work for you Are free if you wish to change jobs take up some other vocation or go into business for yourself. Under communism you work where you Are told and coldblooded men Tell you every move you dare make in our american democracy you have the right to vote right to work right to live and what is equally important the right to be different and speak freely about anything you wish. In communist countries your a rights a like everything else belong to the state you Are Tom what opinions you May have and you can to voice any others. In our american democracy you have the right to be free free not Only from coercion and regimentation but free to worship god As you see fit. In communist countries Public worship of god has been practically eliminated and supplanted by worship of the state in our american democracy you have the right to discuss issues even argue the issues. In communist countries All solutions to issues Are state ordered there can be no discussion in our american democracy you have the right to save Money if you wish or s it end it freely. Under communism you never have the Money to save or to spend freely. Long hours of toil barely provide the Necez is tics of life in our american democracy you can look to a policeman and a judge for Protection of your rights. In communist countries the police and the courts Are feared the people have Learned of their a in our american democracy you have the right to rear your children As you believe Best. Under Corn air for stance tells you Foi your meaning what is Best for the state. Respect for the family and parental love Are held in contempt living in our american democracy Means you have the right to be yourself a person with recognized human dignity instead of a faceless nameless number in a Large mass bossed by a few despots. How great a ibis it would be if it were Ever taken from us. Plan Junior Golf clinics Hershey Golf professional Jay Weitzel this week announced the annual Golf clinic for youngsters will open Friday june 12, with subsequent clinic sessions each Friday from 9 to 10 a. M. At the Hershey country club practice Fairway. Boys and girls who Are members of the juvenile Golf club and children of Hershey country club members Are eligible to take part in the clinic program and May report to the country club practice Fairway at 9 a. M. On june 12. There is no charge for instruction. Following the instructional Perio it is the group will go to the juvenile Golf course for various types of tournament play. In announcing the 1959 clinic Weitzel said a we have arranged a sound and interesting program for the Junior golfers for the coming season. We Are real proud of the Large classes in past years and Homie for an even bigger program this various tournament events Are to be announced news comm. Big. Hershey a. Tulk rate u. S. Postage paid Hershey a. Permit no. 133547 requested if undeliverable

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