Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 17, 1954 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1954 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE ftippfr* Current Events Alton Lake on ond Roamin' the Piasa Country With HAROLD BRAND ..also. ! Sand In Ttmnrl* ! The twin tunnels under McAdams Highway connecting Alton Lake wirh the Mile-O-Mo Club boat harbor and creek are Marathon Rare Although the American Power Boat Association has hesitated to sanction the Mississippi Marathon boat race from New Or- ieans to Alton, because the dis- •snce of 1173 miles is too far, uncials have conceded that the race is legitmate and will advise pilots as such. Ray Kruse, Glendle Gardens, Wood River, who has entered the event with George Madison, passage is difficult. Members have tried many methods of removing the sand without much success. Their nest experiment will be with a high pressure stream of water in an effort to flush the sand away, a spokesman said. Tfee-Cllmbtnn Rabbit A picture and a story about n tree-climbing rabbit published in the newspaper at Campbell, Mo., 2017 Alby St., as co-pilot, em- j recently, was sent to us by Mrs. phasized that outboard pilots j Henry Cleve of Godfrey, who tK-oughout the nation are invited | formerly resided in Campbell. In Memory of our Father ELEUTERIO PARRA NARANJO Our thoughts are with you tomorrow, April 18, your Birthday and Saint's Day. YOUR SONS AND DAUGHTERS to participate. Twin motors were received recently by Irving Stratton, 29 Harnett Ave., Wood River, another contestant who has entered the race with Walter (Red) Sherman of Godfrey as co-pilot. They and their land crew, including Otis Releford of East Alton and A. R. Woolsey of St. Louis, plan a test run from Carlo to Alton in the near future. Cooperation Promised About 220 gallons of gasoline I The Rabbit's nest is about 10 feet above ground in the forks of a vine - covered tree. The rabbit was observed by many persons who said that the rabbit runs down the tree like a squirrel and is able to return to its nest by utilizing the vinos Scored Four Wins Earl Clagg of East Alton was the only one of several local field trial enthusiasts whose beagle hound, Slick Shave Sis placed in the Western Association Win- were used in the twin motors of Roy Smith, 111 W. Broadway, who ran the course last year and set an outboard record time He is advising the other contestants and assisting them in constructing special gasoline tanks to fit their boats. Smith has entered the marathon also. Assistance and cooperation for the pilots have been assured by the New Orleans Coast Guard Station, Southern Yatch Club, New Orleans Power Boat Association and the Chamber of Commerce. Word was received that newsreel cameramen and T V stations plan to cover the race ner States at Crah Orchard Lake SHOP MONDAY UNTIL 9 P. M. aO-tquoro porcofoi you'd novor oxpoct to find at iuch a rock-bottom price I Horo't a buy to moke your budget sit up and take notice I last weekend. The dog placed third and has been shipped to Pittsburgh, Pa., where it will compete in the International Beagle Federation Trails on April 23, handled by a professional trainer. Slick Shave Sis won a first and a second at other trails in recent weeks, and another beagle, Plain Billy, owner by Clagg won a first also. Clagg and his friends hope that Slick Shave Sis will score in Pittsburgh. Current Books at Hayner Library "Doctor at the Crossroads." hy Elizabeth Seifert-The author has written a great number of "doctor" stories. This, her latest, tells of the part the only doctor in a prairie community plays in the lives of his neighbors. Fred Rier, the doctor, is offered a partnership In a swank suburban practice, hy one of his classmates. He must make a decision which is one of the great est in his personal life. He makes his decision after carefully weighing all sides of the new position against his present one His wife, a typical doctor's wife shares his heavy burden uncom plainingly nnd, while a little mixed up concerning what he should do, accepts his decision as the best one he could have made. The action, which takes place in the story, is vivid, warm and deeply human. "The Man Who Never Was," by Ewen Montagu — Who was Major Martin of the Roynl Marines? Montagu was the main instigator of "Operation Mincemeat". This is a detailed account of one of the most brilliant ruses of World War II. Taking an anonymous corpse, he with his assistants establish an identity, supply the body with fake pa- pers and then release the body | at sea so that when found the i nformatkm will fall in German \ nands. The last few chapters shows documentary evidence the German reaction to "Operation Mincemeat." "Journey Together." hy Turnley Walker. 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