The Morning News from Wilmington, Delaware on August 23, 1955 · Page 12
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WILMINGTON MORNING NEWS, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1955 TWELVE duertlscment 'COPTER LANDING SOUGHT NEW YORK. Aug. 22 Wl. E 01 musi ire The Port of New York Author. ity today asked immediate per a shotgun off into the air, Sut- Civic Club and residents of Wil- t0R,?rdt'n , tm.a .,.,, mlngton Manor will be the guests But soon he returned again, , . . . and the Suttons fired at htm, he of tne Moose tomorrow. A sched-said. The creature fell down jule of buses to transport families from the blast, and then ran off I from Wilmington Manor to the Into the fields, according to the J Moose Home, has been arranged. Suttons. On Aug. 31 Collins Park will be Later more of the men re-j extended a similar invitation by turned and climbed about the! the Moose to a like community 45,000 Warned by Weeks On Using Jobs for Profit WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (IP!. The Commerce Department today warned its 45,000 employes, including the so-called "dollar-a-year" mon, against any use of their government jobs for personal profit. A spokesman, however, denied that the order issued by Secre mission to build a $50,000 tern m 10 BE HOSTESS porary helicopter landing strip along the Hudson Kiver irora 29th to 31st Streets. HOPKINSVILLE, Ky., Aug. day. New York City trees and on the roof of the house, Sutton said. tary Sinclair Weeks was an out- growtn of the recent coneres' of Mrs. Brown on the Philadelphia Pike. The community days' program Includes swimming in the Moose pool, 151 feet long by 75 feet wide; use of the picnic grounds, and use of spring water, all ex sional inquiry into the depart Make old fireplaces look new : How often an old-fashioned fire place ruin the efTect of ao other-. wise attractive room. September , Better Homes & Gardens shows ' you how several old fireplaces were changed from eye-torei to Inviting decorative additions to the living room. Read "New faces for old fireplaces," page 210 in big, Idea-packed September Better Homes & Gardens. It's on sale now, so get your copy today ... wherever magazines are soldi ; Mrs. Howard 1'ooiey wm re- ments use of advisers from Special to the Morning News HILLCREST, Aug. 22. -Members of the Woman's Socle-ties of Christian Service of the Methodist Churches in the Brandywine parish will be guests of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Hillcrest Memorial Methodist Church at a luncheon meeting on Sept. 20 in Fellowship Hall of the church. port on the School of Missions, private industry who serve with- IN NEW YORK CITY tended to the guest organiza which she attended in Dover out compensation. 22 (W. Hundreds of curiosity seekers tramped across Cecil Sutton's farm today after the Suttons said "little green men" from space paid them a visit last night. Sutton, his family and several relatives said they were up all night fending off the little men which, they said, glowed with an inner illumination. tions without charge 0 CTOP MOOSE TO ENTERTAIN GROUP FROM MANOR New Castle Lodge No. 1578, Loyal Order of Moose, will hold another in its series of community days at Moose Home, River Road, below New Castle, tomorrow, from 11 a. m. to 6 p. m, The "community days" are He said it was the result of Budget Bureau program start during July, at the meeting on Sept. 20. A color motion picture film, "The Shining Moun AT MOTEL ed last year to have each depart I Governor Clinton ment and agency survey its overall operations. Quality Rug Cleaning Democrats, meanwhile, kept oppeilre tnn. Station Kentucky state police and L 1200 OUTSIDE ROOMS alive the controversy stirred up when Weeks refused to give 5rli"vesttele!affairs commit of which b House investigators the records ney Renshaw is chairman. wlerd reports but were unable to find any trace of the "space Wilmington Manor Gardens of the department's Business Advisory Council. tain," aviII also he shown. The board members discussed plans for a visit to the United Nations on Nov. 4. Mrs. Robert Poole was named chairman of arrangements for the, trip. The fifteenth anniversary of the organizing of the Woman's Society of Christian Service in the Methodist Churches is being observed this fall. The Hillcrest Church Society will observe the anniversary with a special program in October. Mrs. Samuel F. Hutchinson, secretary of promotion, will be Senator OMahoney (D-Wyo), who appeared on an MBS radio Mrs. Eleanor Brown, newly installed president, will preside. Churches In the Brandywine parish include the Claymont, Holly Oak, Bellefonte. Aiders-gate, Chester-Bethel, Mt. Lebanon, and Hillcrest Methodist. Women of Calvary Epsicopal-Bishop Cook Memorial, Bethel Baptist, Presbyterian Church of the Covenant, and St. Mark's Lutheran will also be Invited to attend. Fall Programs Outlined . Arrangements for the first fall meeting and other fall activities were outlined at a recent meeting of the executive board of the society at the home from 5.00 tingle Private bath.. .4 station radio.., circulating ice water . . . tip-saving servidor ... 21" TV B & O Motor Coachci . stop at our door CONVENIENT BUDGET PUN Villi Now Pay laltrl Writo for ilmple f.rmis Box 1, Hotel Governor Clinton 7th Ave. 3 1st St., New York Adjacent to fmou 34th Street Shopping Center ... 1 block trom Otmbeli. 2 blocks from Mwy'i, SEE YOUR FRIENDLY TRAVEL ACENT in charge of the anniversary program, said Congress is absolutely entitled" to such records. He also suggested that tighter "conflict of interest" laws are needed to cover the advisory groups. O'Mahoney said a "full disclosure should be made" if any federal employe who remains on a private payroll "is in the position to throw a contract to his own company." visitors." "That is because they used lights all over the place," Sutton said, "you can't see them except in the dark." When askefl if they expected the spacemen to return tonight, Mrs. Sutton said, "That's what I'm skittedy about. They might be back." The Suttons told this tale of the nightmarish visit: About 7:30 last evening, Bill Taylor, a visiting relative, went to a well near the home and came back to the house excitedly talking of a "spaceship" in a nearby field. A few minutes earlier, "a little green man" approached the house, they said. r u"sK5r111" L- M ri: KOOL VENT l( fSctPMBEW i TwhincT HEXT JAN. 1956 J CW. : program. Making Choir Robes The Hillcrest Society menv bers are making choir robes for the Governor Bacon Health Cen ter under the direction of Mrs. I 'AW I Pooley. Persons desiring to as sist with the work may call Mrs. Pooley for additional METAL FIRM DRAWS $5 CHILD LABOR FINE About five feet from the door The local society will sponsor Halloween party for the bene Associate-Municipal Court of the house he stopped and re Judge Edmund S. Helllngs yes' treated when the Suttons fired fit of the UNICEF which provides aid for children in war- terday imposed a fine of $5 on torn countries of Europe. Chil dren attending the party will an official of J. E. Workman, Inc., a sheet-metal and roofing firm, on child labor law charges following an accident in which a 17-year-old employe lost four fingers on each hand. tongue-tied tourist first go through the community asking for donations for the fund instead of saying "trick or treat." The funds collected will be turned in to the church so The fine was imposed on Joseph E. Ncsbitt of 2 Bedford Court, president of the firm, by ciety and the party held in Fellowship Hall at the church A young lady visiting Franc ; Mtt "French gent who fell t first (land J Vie vous aime, ma ctie'rii" when the children return. Associate Municipal Court Judge , " don't d'g you", said aha Edmund S. Hellings. And nipped m we cud was . Nesbitt was charged with em ploying an under-age worker, James F. Bowdle, son of Dr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Bowdle, who ANNUAL AYR PICNIC SCHEDULED THURSDAY The annual picnic of the Active Young Republicans of New Castle County is scheduled for Thursday night on the grounds t Iff ; r of Hill Girt Farm, the home of Harry G. Haskell, Jr., near Men dinhall, Pa. live at 3218 Fordham Road, Westmoreland. T. Earle Banks, inspector for the state labor commission, testified he investigated after receiving a complaint that the boy was injured in an accident on a machine at the Workman shop on July 21, Nesbitt's principal defense Arrangements for the affair KOOLVENT Aluminum Awning Company 712 W. 9th St., Wil., Del. Hem tend me, without obligation, free estimate on outdoor SereW-m Patio Porefc. have been made by a committee headed by Mrs. William N. Cann, Jr. The program will include swimming. No speeches are NAME ,;. , . , ...... t , 4 . .' STREET .... PMON slated. Picnickers will take their own suppers. Among the guests through his attorney, David Snellenburg II, was that Bowdle had been employed by a tree surgeon firm a few weeks before, and the assumption was that the boy had obtained work papers there. will be Mayor August F. Walz of ! 1500 N. Rodney St. Dial 6-6380 CITY ZONE Wilmington. Assisting Mrs. Cann are Mrs. S At TVmfim'i Pri.il. 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