Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 13, 1954 · Page 18
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PASE ALTOfr EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1954 *»fttt*er Ripple*, Current Events on Alton Lake ftftcf Rounfai' the Piasa Country With HAftDLD BRAND . •'It eombitfflftm of factors has fflf-boaHng season this A ittOftirmte tHntef, lack of fldnfall trMtower spring Use J*vi eneeut-ftged UKI oevclopfncivt of harbors and stimulated plans of boat owners. Dredging operations are underway at several harbors on Alton Lake, including Clifton Terrace, Harbor Point Yacht Club. Pcre Marquette Park Lagoon and a DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK new harbor was drMgprt lit PorfaRp de Sioux. i Alton Motor-boat Club rwm- hrrs assembled thrir dorks Sunday, whirh is about a month 1 earlier than last year. An added i inrrntlvp to the earlier dork ns- i sembly was that the i~lub wants i to present its best appearance to iciov. William <'•. SfratHMi when he Is taken on a tour of Mi-Adams Highway in the near future, a spokesman said. Traitor Farting ftnjw*ttaAft There is only one launching site off MrAdams Highway available to the public. Some inconsiderate boat owners block the nreaway with their ears and trailcrR In a manner which ere- ntes difficulty for others. Cars and trailers should be parkct completely off the runway so tha others may come «nrl go freely Cars and trailers should br parked on the southside( river side i of the highway only tr eliminate nossihlliles of a traf /ic bottleneck on weekends sug gested a GAAC official. PRE-SEASON . . . on this Brand New 1954 ir Conditioner Mounts Flush with Window Sill — Tokos Up No Space Inside Room I And in addition to this advanced design, Philco brings you an air conditioner that's unmatched in ita'nza for cooling, dehumidifying and filtering tha air.* Plus true automatic temperature control and a super-efficient stale air exhaust trystem. Compare with all others and you'll •ee'why more people own a Philco than any other Room Air Conditioner. Pliilco 62-K. Four-Way Adjustable Grille Air can b« directed up, down, to left or right by user for draft-free circulation. Exclusive Philco deuigu. Philco Air Conditioners all purchases before May 1st will be installed and serviced for 1 year without the usual charge of $34.50 At Low At 5*Y»ar Warranty 4 power fygtera f 500 E. BROADWAY PHONC 34013 The Piasa Boating Association will meet Wednesday to discuss further plans for the Mississippi Marathon boat race from New Orleans to Alton. Plans for a gypsy cruise from Alton upstream to another rity will be discussed also. The meeting will begin at 8 p.m. at 111 W. Broadway. Trapping Report The past season was a disappointment for trappers, according to « report from .Tim Fitzgerald, chief enforcement officer of state game laws. Only about half, or 10.000, trapping licenses were bought In 1953 as compared to 1352. Many circumstances contributed to the less successful season. Several southern Illinois streams ran dry and ice hampered Imp selling during the later beaver season. State records reveal that 332 beavers were trapped and marketed during the season. Another discouraging factor for trappers was lower prices on furs. Beaver pells sold at $n and mink nt. $14, both of which were 51 less than In 1952. Raccoon pelts at $1 and weasel at 65 cents remained steady in price while muskrat, a mainstay in the trapping industry, fell from $1.10 to 90 cents. QnJet Mfltot Experiments with the new quiet outboard motor introduced this year reveal that fishermen can approach fishing sites with much less chances of disturbing fish and therefore score greater, according to a report from Wisconsin. A bass fisherman found the motor particularly adaptable to use on his boat while casting along a shoreline. City Wildlife Habitat More permanent cover is need«d to provide a safe nesting place for song birds, game birds and animals, stated a bulletin from Hie Illinois Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs. Although rural areas are best for planting future game habitat, city conservationists can plant some cover in their yards to help produce birds and rabbits. A briar patch or some mutlflora rose hedge will save the lives of much game In town as well as in the country. Because goats are blamed for damage to mountain tree plantations in Lebanon, a bill to curtail their numbers has been introduced, Beirut reports. (ireenfield . and Mrs. Philip Strublt and children, Mary, Helen and Wayne, of Galesbtirg; Mrs. W. H.. Dams, Chesterfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ford and J. L. were guests at n family dinner Sunday nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Tendick in observance of the birthday anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Tendick. Mary St ruble will remain here this week with her grandparents. The Slruble family returned home Monday night. Struble accompanied Reid Tendick to St. Louis Monday. Mrs. Hie-more Mitchell, house mother af St. Katherine's School. Davenport, In., and Miss Grace ^iwanson, an instructor at the school, are spending their Kaster vacation at Mrs. Mitchell's home here. Mrs. Wiltetta Kesinger, who i? employed in Springfield, spent from Friday until Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Barton. Miss Esther Rives of Springfield spent the week- end with her mother, Mrs. Pearl Rives. Mr. and Mrs. Zell Shaver of Delhi visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Secor Friday night. Mrs. Glenn C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Owens, Mr. and Mrs. \JTO Koehm, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Koehm Jr., and Gregory, Robert Koehm, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Koehm were guests of Mrs. Smith's son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wood Sudbrink, in Beardstown Sunday. Mrs. Smith remained until Monday night at the home of her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gusfine and Miss Lucile Barnett visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Johnessee in Taylorville Sunday and attended christening rites for Mr. and Mrs. Gustine's only grandchild, Myra Susan Johnessee. Mr. and Mrs. B. L, Wilhite and Robert and Dennis of East Alton visited with Mrs. Jesse Wilhite Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Schild, who were married March 29, have relumed from a trip to New Orleans, La., and are residing in Jacksonville. Schild i* the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne SchiH and Mrs. Schild is the former Patsy Ore. daughter of Mrs. Glerm Ore, of Jacksonville. , Mrs. Schild is a graduate of the Passavant Hospital Sclwol of Nursing where she ti ployed. Schild returned homft last Decefnber after two years service in the Marine Corps and is engaged with his father In farming near Greenfield. 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It's a pnge . . . out of the Lincoln bonk. "The guy who buys n 7)4 Merc will be gelling a really new car, not a warmed-over old one. Sonic of Merc's competitors are . . . overdue for a change . . . the buyer of these competitors will be as out-of-date as an Indian- head penny—and when he goes to trade in, they'll talk to him in pennies." "161-HP PUSH, BUT DRINKS NO MORE GAS THAN BEFORE" Wilbur Show POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY Read these revealing quotes from Wilbur Shaw, .President of the Indianapolis Speedway. "Three years ago a Mercury engineer told us that his men would never be satisfied until they designed an engine that ate up a lot less of its own power than the ones then on the production line. Well, they've done it! "When I drove the car on the ... lesl track in Dearborn, Mich., and again on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, I was struck by the smoothness of the power pick-up." "THIS CAR IS A KNOCKOUT! ... AND REAL EASY TO DRIVE" Walt Wbron-Don MocDonofd MOTOR TREND "You'll like the 1954 Mercury, particularly if you like power that'll make you sit back in your seat when you stomp the throttle. "If there is no other reason for the increase in horsepower (now 161) the added acceleration for passing is enough. "Lincoln-type ball-and-socket joints on Mercury's front wheels eliminate familiar kingpin, reduce much front end vibration." "EXCEPT FOR LINCOLN-THERE IS PROBABLY NOT A SINGLE PASSENGER CAR ENGINE THAT CAN COME UP TO ITS STANDARD FOR SHEER RUGGEDNESS" Griff Bergeson CARS "The intake manifold on the new Mercury is definitely one of 1954's engineering highlights. No other manufacturer of V-8 engines has produced such a logically correct version. "One of the best engineered power plants in the industry, regardless of price" It pays to own America's fastest growing car ^ mER[URY TOM HARRIS Pan'l mlM H>» bl» UUvisJpn bit. "TOAST Of TUP TOWN" With Ed 8ulUv»n Tue«<U>- «venlD|. 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