Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1954 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 16, 1954
Page 12
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH tiipples Alton Lake Events oird Roam rrte Pf/wlt Conn With ttAROtt) BKAN1> The Piasa Boating Association has invited all boat owners t in « gypsy Cruise to ttardi return on Sunday. May 30. and their passengers are req to bring picnic lunches anc their hoats ready to in waters adjacent ft :o go at 9 n to the west iway. I If Tele- W. In join and °ilots •stnd have n. m. of McAdams Highway The boats will go In a gnup at a pace of 15 to 18 miles ar hour. Hardin Is about 30 miles unsteam, and allowing for some re fueling stops, the boats should roach there about noon. The retu-n trip will begin at 4 p. m. Tiro Association would appreciate boat owners registering they plan to join the cruls« phone 2-0541 or wrilc to jll Broadway. Slmillar crakes other states have had hundreds of participating boats an<i It is hoped a large number of pleasure craft operators will join in this cruise, a spokesman said. Officers elected We nesdny evening for the Associeton are Kline Grigsby. president; Arnold Ray Woolsey, vice preside t; Mrs. Roy ;'Smith, geeretary-tn asurer; and 'directors, Chester O Clark. James Blair And E. C. Kramer. Found Mushroom* Quickly A search for mushrooms in the Godfrey area resulted In Harold Alexander, city electrical Inspector, and E. C. Kramer, 328 Dry St., finding 154 of them. The m;n arose at 5 a. m. Wednesday, ccmpleted their hunt and were home again at 7:30 a ( m. They found that the mushrooms were not as largo as la; it years crop because of the drought, Kramer said that Alexander found the mushrooms so quicklj that he believed the electrical Inspector had perfected and used soW kind of radar system to locate the choice morsels. Fish In Large SIxU Lake Alice near Totaahawk, WIs., is an excellent vacation and fishing site, especially in the fall, related Herman J. Trentech, 3407 Thomas St., who with have visited there the his wife post six I Madison, 201? Alhy St.. who fished with Steve Nowlan of Rosewood Heights. The men landed 13 crappie and numerals other species. In the fall of 1952. Madison of- frird to wrestle any game warden if it would help him get his scon- of waterfowl. Although he had no takers, he scored enough! ducks in the fall of 1953 that he withdrew his challenge. Recently, a fisherman pointed out in this column that numerous speedboat pilots are inconsiderate and fail to slow down when passing anglers in smaller craft. Madison commented that n large num'.wr of fishermi-n themselves have powerful outboard motors and fail to slow down also. While fishing in brush piles, passing boats have caused his lines to become tangled often, he said. Annual Ka.itfr KKK Hunt The Alton-SVood River Sportsmen's Club annual Easter egg hunt is scheduled for 2 p, m. Sunday on the club grounds. Pri/rs will be awarded. A special Knstrr dance is planned for Saturday evening, a spokesman said. Firemen Remove 'Hot 9 Twine From Motorists Car Alton firemen at 9:32 p. m. Wednesday answered a fire alarm that w».s classed under the" heading of "you figure it out". No. 2 engine company responded to Seventh St. and Central Ave. where they found a man seated in his car. He explained he feared that a "power wire'' lying across the hood of his paked car would set it afire. Firemen found the "wire" was a heavy piere of twine. They were disgusted, Chief Lewis said, and didn't bother seeking more information from the occupant of the car whose condition was described as "confused". (Firemen removed the twine). Earlier, Nos. 1 and 3 fire companies nt 9:45 a m. had responded to the residence of Mrs. Carl Stemm, 504 William St. whore an oil space heater had become overheated. There WHS no damage, Chief Lewis reported At 8:04 a. m. today, No. 1 and 3 cmpanles, with the ladder truck, went to the Buford Cook residence, lOOOa W. Ninth St., where an oil space heater had fired. It caused no damage, Chief Lewis said. Girls' State Named at Bunker Hill BUNKER HfI,I. - Miss .Ian- Ice Pennington has hern selert- | ed by the Legion Auxiliary to i KO to (iirls Sfatf- next summer. | The announcement of Miss prn- nington's Relation \vas marlo at the Auxiliary mprling Tuesday eveninx at the home of Mrs. Luther Mason. One thousand poppips were ordered to he sold Poppy Day. Mrs. Grrald Baird was named chaiiman of the l'o;i;jy posters which will t>e mnrto by Mghth graders. Mrs. Carl Lurking and Mrs. August KhPshamrr wore assistant hostesses. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! or, seven years. Only a few days ago, they ate the last of numerous fish caught there in Suptemtoer, with which they had filled a deep freeze. Trentsch says thai nearly all fish come in large aizes-in Wisconsin, including northern pike which his wife is an expcjrt at baking. He sold his Upper Alton business recently arid has bi en assisting the new owner. However, he hopes to find time soon to do more fishing in our Plasa Country. Challenge Withdrawn The crappie, bluegill, and catfish were biting good o\\ Calhoun Point last Sunday, related George WATE RPROOF Vour home and bmement with RrmorCoat ARMOR COAT GIVES YOU POSITIVE WATEH.pKOOt PROTECTION AND LASTING BEAUTY-EASY TO APPLY- •CONOMICAL. tOIMU'lMMMANO ADDIIII Hill) ARMOR COAT JOE BRANDT HDW. 112 E. BROADWAY To Show Picture* BIJNKKR. HILL — William Whit- flfld, .Jr., flKrifiilture sliirlrnl nt the University of Illinois, will show pic.'liires of his months slay in the rural mm* of f»r»>ere, Monday «( Hie hlijh srhnol. Whit field, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,T. L. Whit field, was In Greece under the Inter-National Farm Youth Program. The pictures will bpRin nt 8 p.m. and there will ho no Admission. FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1954 flmt f»y Bread (Mirer Klmor Middleron, 45, of 1011 K. Sixth St., a bakery company employe, war. treated at St. Joseph's Hospital Wednesday night for a finger injury, sviffored when his right lillle finger was lacer- by a bread xlirer. A Cinemascope documentary film is being made of Austrian winter sports. Bnrmn's Oil Three British companies in Burma have entered a joint venture to help that government get bark its prewar lucrative export trade in petroleum products, Rangoon reports. The newly- formed Burma Oil Co. (1954) Ltd.. was harked by Burmah Oil Co.. Indo-Burma Petroleum Co., and British-Burma pp. troleum Co. The immediate aim Is Burma's Sftlf-suffirlenry by refining 4,500 barrels n day. The three firms put up $2,100,000 as a goodwill gestur*. The government is to acquire a 33 per rent interest now find as much more as it desires in Ihr future. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! David Crivello Moving To East St. Louis Hotel | David iBmkst Crlvello, who) has managnrt Hotel St. Nicholas at Deratiir since last June, will move with his wife, Durothy, to the BroarKiPW Hotel In East St. Louis, whrre he will take over as managpr. Joseph Caldarera, who is president of the company, will remain nt the Broadview. Bernard Crivello, third member of the operating company, will take over management of the Deratur j hotel and will continue to manage the Frfsina Hotel in Taylorville. Purer Stork SI. Helena Island, near ficau-1 fort, S. C., Is populated almost] entirely by Gillian Negroes. They are of purer African stock than any other Negro group In Amer- ira and may be of entirely dif-1 ferent stock. DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK SHOP NOW-FOR YOUR EASTER SUPPLIES~(Closed All Day Sunday) ftfMh'* (ttffcntate MnMhmnllow EGGS .... 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