12-CumberUif Ew'mt Times. Friday, May 26, 1967 Kohlhammer, Official Of PPG, To Address Fort Hill Graduates Harold E. Kohlhammer, man- ager of college relations for Pittsburgh Plate Glass Indus- tries since May 1965, will be the speaker at the Â· annual commencement of Fort Hill High School scheduled for 7 p.m: Thursday, June 8, in the Fort Hill Stadium. A native of the Pittsburgh urea, Mr. Kohlhammer was graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1951 with an A. B. degree in economics. He joined PPG immediately after graduation from college as an industrial relations trainee and subsequently held positions as personnel assistant, staff assist- ant, training and development and supervisor of college re- cruiting. Mr. Kohlhammer is a mem- ber of the Middle Atlantic Placement Association, the Jlid- \vest College Placement Associ- ation, the Southern College Placement Association and the Pittsburgh Personnel Associa- tion. In 1965 he served as co-direct- or of a film produced by ihc HAROLD E. KOIIMIAMMEK College Placement Council. The objectives of this film entitled "Where Do I Go From Here?" are to motivate college students to make early career decisions and to utilize the various ices provided by colleges and universities in attaining their career goals. ' Mr. Kohlhammer also cur- rently is involved in the activi- ties of the College Placement Services Inc., a non-profit organization which was estab lished for the purpose of ing predominately Negro col leges and universities improve their vocational counseling placement services. Mr. Kohlhammer is married and has three daughters and resides in Penn Hills, a Pitts- burgh suburb. William M. Thompson of Weslernport, the .newest addi- tion to the Allegany County Board of Education, will pre- sent diplomas to the 332 ates. Dr. Wayne W. Hill, Fort Hill principal now ending his first year as superinlendp.nt of schools, will attend the monies too, Edgar W. Reynolds, principal, will present awards the outstanding members of graduating class.