Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1958 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 9, 1958
Page 19
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**»•*, EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, IMS River Hippies AM* Outdoors with Harold Brand Me didn't walk into do6f, nor did he stand up when he should have shut up, but AH- BOt WfTtBLS, 419 Foulds i« gjtortinf; i shifter. Me acquired the black eye last Friday morning in * manner which tflilte* him * nominee for the Softer* Club, Wtttel* w«* water skiing on Afteft Ulrt with IRVING WISE- MA», WO Alton St., at the wheel of thi »M tow boat. When Wise and children, Mtttfi and MR. LtSSA. 2302 Morning Star Dr., Illinois and Mississippi Rivettj GL* _-«.-»!-,_-, about opposite th* Srafton Boat SCOrClCSS Works. In pleasant weather on weekends during, summer months, dozens and dozens of pleasure craft anchor there while passengers, hathe, *wim, wade, water ski and otherwise frolic in the water. A potluck picnic with the public especially invited is scheduled on Miller aml crivello's Bakery play- the Island Sunday July 13 begin Registered In City Corkball In City Corkball play Russell- ning at 10 a.m. ed to a twelve Inning scoreless tie. and ED fAtCMTO, his wife. NAN- "The Island was leased to de- CV, and childrrn PMIMP andivelop it into a fine recreational MM of 2662«. Rodgers Ave. Tlie,ai* n ." related C. WAV ROB- youngsters caught numerous small ifcRTS, 2317 Henry St. corpora- blueglll and small turtles. |tion president. "We are solicit- Newton and Paeltz failed tojlug membership at $10 yearly catch any fish themselves hull dues plus two days work. Althey didn't come home empty handed. They brought home dozens of chiggers — wearing them. Cornered Minnow Market Buying lots of land Or stock man's boat crossed he wake'tnighi make a person a tycoon from another craft, he lost speedjbut buying lots of bait Doesn't causing Wittels to loose his bal- assure an angler of success. Howance. Wittels fell forward but ever, that didn't stop Alderman forgot to leave go of the towjBILL PARKER,^ City Treasurer rope. The result was a smack in 1 " ** —**-"• "••- "•—•- -*"• the eye as he fell and the ski came up to meet him. In the confusion, Wiseman apparently reversed his motor because he wound the ski rope rope around the propeller. In doing so, he also became a nominee to the Boners' Club. Even though Wittel's eye was throbbing, he had to cut the slfi rope loose before being taken aboard. The men didn't give up. They went right to a nearby harbor and bought another ski rope, .-Successful Trip A fiiHihg trip to Beaver Dam State Park last weekend wasn't entirely unsuccessful for ART NEWTON, his wife SHIRLEY M. 0. ELLIOT. City Clerk PAUL PRICE, and' HOMER HENME- MAN, and electrician, from buying a stock pile of minnows last weekend at Ham's Kottage Kamp, Lake of the Ozarks, Eldon, Mo. The men purchased 22 dozen minnows, 264 in all, and they landed only six or seven keepers which they gave away. They were rained in all day Friday but had no excuse on Saturday when the weather was pleasant. Island Picnic for the Public One of the most popular Island-beach areas on Alton Lake has been leased to the newly formed non-profit Ski Island Improvement Corp. the five-acre island is at the junction of the ready we have cleared the beach 200 feet inland and eventually will have mor.e semi brought up on the beach to make It much larger." ' Take Pictured The swimming area between Ski Island, and the next island, is closed to boats and only open to swimmers by permission of the U.S. Coast Guard and the U. Crivello's had six hits. Saunder* had five hits, and Mossrrtan 'and Clark had four hits each for Russell • Millers. K, Terpening had three hits and E. Rushing had two hits for Crivello's. Pearl Market beat Lomac's Nursery 3-0 even though Lomac's out hit Pearl Market 11 hits to eight. Whorle and Dawson had four hits each for Lbmac's, Warren had sy access to the Island. Brush will be cleared from the island but shade trees will remain. We need help in labor and in finances for this new organization and would like to see all Interested S. Corps of Engineers. Robertsjpersons at 'the picnic Sunday. lias internatinally stripped orange and white painted barrels to anchor at both entrances of the chute to warn off boats. Violators may 'have a picture taken Robert's wife, MARY E., ROB ERT8 is t r e a s u e r, and his daughter, MRS. J. (Lois) at. WOOD is vice president. Roberts said the officers are in his fam- of their boats and themselves|u y to assume risks and respon- which will' be sent to the Coastlsibility, Directors are DR. ED KOZICKY and NKLSON MILL- Guard. , "The purpose of the picnic is to acquaint everyone with the island and Its wonderful possibilities," reported V. L. CLARK, 4109 Alby, membership chairman. "Dues will be used for improvements. Boatowners and all water recreationists will have a base for operations. A boat dock will be built to provide ea- ER, both of Godfrey. SHIRTS Custom Irtntd Bachelor Bundle* fctnlshed (tame Day Service BENDIX LAUNDRY - DRIVE-IN - IS50 E. BKOADWAf three. Huber, Schwegel and Neikirk had two hits each tor Pearl Market. The kentuckians edged the Steelworkers 2-1 getting a total of 14 hits. ft. Willis and Cambron had four hits each, and G. Rubenstein and G. Willis had three for the Kentuckians. For the Steelworker« Buettner had three hits, Hogel and Crides had two each, and Mattingly had one hit. Bird's Eye Maple Bird's eye maple is a variety of the wood of sugar maple trees which derives Its name from spots In the grain that looks like a bird's eye. Stu Miller Looks Like An Executive By JACK SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Glance at Stu Miller to street clothes and you might classify him as a young business executive, not a major league baseball pitcher. His appearance proves deceiving but so do the pitches, of this 165- pound San Francisco Giants hurler who capitalizes CD fooling hitter* with tantalizing curves and change-tips. Opposing batters might swear he has a string tied to the bait, or they might just swear. His won-lost record is only 2-4, but the little righthander has allowed just 1.88 earned runs tot each nine innings he has pitched, second in the National League only to Philadelphia's Dick Farrell. San Francisco Manager Bill Rig ney uses the 30-year-old veteran of nine organized baseball campaigns both as a reliever, and spot starter. "I'm going to use him more as a starter," Higney declared after The Saivttlfln Army hftl 491 senior binds, with a membership of tnote than 6,000, in the United States. 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