Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 28, 1952 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 28, 1952
Page 15
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Member of The Associated Press. Sc Per Copy. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952 Established January 15, 1831, — Rivet Ripples Alton Lake Events and Roatnin* the Piasa Country With HAROLD BRAND Bout landing William D. Thomas has been issued a permit by Mayor Karl Linkogle on May 17 for 11 100-foot- wirtu boat landing at the foot of Henry street. Thomas plans to build a crushed rock roadway, wide enough for one car, leading from the river road into the river, this week. He said that sportsmen will be able to launch their boats from this roadway. Thomas will call his landing the Lewis & Clark boat docks. He plans to have 15 new metal boats available for rental beginning next week. Thomas Intends also to anchor a barge midstream below the Lewis and Clark bridge in June. The barge can be used by fishermen who want to fish in swifter and deeper water. Long-Term Loiin A sportsman loaned his fishing equipment and his mutboard motor to his brother-in-law, five years ago. The sportsman said yesterday that he hopes his relative will eventually buy the equipment and motor . . . Paul West, whose fishing score is zero, snid he could use a few fishing lessons. (Are there any volunteers?) New Towlioat A newly-designed towboat went upstream through Alton lake, Sunday. The boat has a removable bow which is placed on the lead barge when pushing a low. The bow has and electrically-controlled rudder In front for making quicker turns. The pilot house is built on an elevator platfrom which can be raised or lowered depending on bridge heights. With the removable bow on the front barge, 1he towboat looks similar to a square box. Lake Level Raisins Alton lake is slowly raising to its normal level which can make boat launching easier. Emmet Todd pointed out that the raising water is usually best for fishing. Making Doughbnlt An Illinois conservation pamphlet suggests that good doughball bait can be made by stirring and mixing dry sugar, cornmeal and white flour in equal proportions. After thoroughly mixing, add enough water to moisten into a thick mass, then place mixture in a frying pan over a low fire. Stir the mixture continually to prevent burning and fry until It becomes firm and clings together. The mixture can be left flat or rolled into a ball for convenience. From the Arabic An eminent British lecturer states that English-speaking people talk Arabic when they speak of sugar, cotton, damask, taffeta, orange, lozenge, muslin, alcohol, alembic, nadir, zenith, cipher and algebra. Telegraph Want Ad* * "CLICK" Find yourself with time to spare? Lots to see and do- but where? The Know-It-Owl says: LOOK in the YELLOW PAGES -the CLASSIFIED section of your telephone directory- tor • WOK Olllilt t HANOI .hiOMO t MVUf IMtTIVCTION Estate of B. J. Cox tn .Probale Court EDWAFIDSVILLK/ Arlminis trillion was opened Monday In pro- hnle court in the estate of Bcnja inin Franklin Cox, who died March 30, 1951, at East Alton. He left no will. Heirs listed besides the widow, Mrs. Ida M. Cox of East Alton, were seven children and two grandchildren. Six dauRhters and a son named ns heir \\ere llcssic Fatiquay, Everett T. Cox. Kdlih ' Snediger, Marjorie Walker and Ethel Henderson, all of East Alton; Blanche Wilson of Wood Kiver and Mamie ESSP.Y> East St. Louis. The two grandchildren listed were Pauline Farmer of Raleigh, 111., and Gary Lee Oglesby, East Alton. Kead Telegraph Want Ads Dally! In Homltiiv, India, vilk mills have cut lion by HO percent. I'll) artificial HUM. iMx«ui.-. CORNS eonsi Knjoy quick relief and »llly remov* aching corn* with thin, cushion- In* Ut. Scholl'l 7,lno- pad*. Co«t but * trifl*. 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