Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1953 · Page 7
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April 15, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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WSDffBSBAV, APRIL IS, 19.13 ALTON EVENING TBtEQRAPH ItlfMMP Current Events on Alton Lake in* Rounin' the Piasa Country With HAKOLD BRAND m Pleasant Towboat Trip It yoy have ever thought that working on a river towboat would be an interesting Job, you are correct according to Mrs. Blanche Duff in, a cook, 2811 North St., who has returned recently from a 73-day trip on inland waterways. She prepared meals about the St. Louis Zephyr for a crew of 12. Normally, Mrs. ftuffln works for shot-tor periods of time but there has been a need for more cooks and she remained on the job until she was relieved. In fact, some crew members have been on the job continuously as long as 136 days due to a shortage of skilled river workers. , A towboat employe, who, works six hours on duty and six off around the clock, earns one day off with pay for every two they work. Mrs. Duff in has earned 36' & days loave during her recent trip. Vlflltrd Southern Ports The ' Zephyr's cargoes consisted of gasoline and oils which were transported mostly in southern waters to ports near New Orleans and as far north as Cincinnati. Mrs. Duffin related that while Al- tonians were shivering from cold weather, and often snow, she was In southern waters where trees and flowers were in bloom. The boat made many stops at southern ports but Mrs. Duffin preferred to stay aboard. Crew members would go into town to buy personal items and needed supplies for her and themselves. She said that Capt. Marion Stiles and the crew were considerate and pleasant which added to her enjoyment of being a ship's cook. Mrs. Duffin has been enjoying her leave by visiting friends and relatives. She is scheduled to return aboard the Zephyr in May, or sooner if the cook shortage continues. Popular Grapple Lake The crappie were biting so well at Lake Wappapello, Mo., last week that it was no problem to catch the limit according to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pohlman, Godfrey, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vancil, 232.1 Central Ave. The two couples caught crappie up to 17 inches in lenglh and brought back the limit of 80. The fish averaged three quarters to one-and-one quarter pounds after they were dressed. Some of their fish were caught by casting with a Weber shad plub. Pohlman related that the weather was ideal; water condition favor- able ami fish were really striking during their two-day stay. Another group of Altonians visited Lake WappapeHo, recently, and also enjoyed a successful fishing trip. They landed many crappie weighing up to one-and-a-half pounds. The group included Dr. O. I. Allen, 2422 Edwards St., his brother, Dr. Lyle Allen, 1320 Washington Ave., Milton J. Smith, 1825 Washington Ave., and Emmet Todd, 2209 College Ave. Sportsman Migration' Others who fished at the lake with good results recently, were Edgar Hoefert, 2221 Mills Ave., and Samuel Moore Sr., 2219 Mills Ave. , Reports indicate that crappie fishing Is at its best at the lake from now until June 1. Perhaps we should annex Lake Wappapello to greater Alton area so that the city sportsman population will not be deleted during the next six weeks. ' As a part of the Government's economic stabilization plan, Paraguay has greatly liberalized import and export controls, Asuncion reports. PAOSitVHf In HIM! Oftf IWf ft of fpt. ftankfi In Training Marine Cpl. James A. Hanks, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanks of 123 Cooper St.', East Alton, Is currently undergoing a specialized course In amphibious warfare training in Hawaii. As a member of a specially selected battalion from the Third Marine Division, Cpl. Hanks arrived In the Island several weeks ago from Camp Pendleton, Calif. He Is serving as rigger with an engineer company, having entered the Marine Corps in December, 1951. C. IB. Meypre on Leave Charles E. Meyers, SKSN, USN, arrived at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mamie Meyers, 2 E. 12th St., Saturday on 30-day leave from duty. Me enlisted in the navy in April of 1950 and has been aboard the t'SS Rochester since his first assignement to a ship, three years ago. Meyers is a veteran of 23 months in the combat zone, and has been awarded leveti battle stars, the Korea Service Ribbon, Japanese Occupation Ribbon, u,N. Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal, china Service Ribbon and the North Korean Presidential Unit Citation. In addition to Hong Kong, Saigon, French Indo-China, and the Phil- Ippines, Meyers has been in all major Islands of the Pacific. Upon his return to California May 8, he will be transferred to Guam where he will serve until discharged from service in early 1954. A brother, William, who has been in service 11 years, is stationed at Wichita, Kan, with the Air Force. Tonnage moving through th» New Orleans Port of Em&arkaUon has Increased 3oo per cent slftce the Communists invaded South Korea. In spite of this Increase, the port of embarkation has Increased its personnel only 13 per cent since the out break in Kora. For OFFICE FORMS CATALOGS PUBLICATIONS Bathers at Durban, South Africa, were warned against sharks when recent floods carried millions of tons of earth to darken the sea and sharks took to swimming up rivers seeking for offal from farms. PRINTim COMPANY Phone 2-0044 536 E. Broadway Alton Who Launders Sheets and Shirts Best? 909 E. Broadway Dial 3-8877 ft * \ t * *< APRS! SHOWER - BARGAINS! 1 W, dim FRIDAY - MTIIMAY «PRI| ]*, |y |* Large Reductions On .... SUITS TOPPERS DRESSES SPORTSWEAR NEW SPRING STYLES COLORS AND FABRICS 0«wnr0w« AltM 209 Pioio St. Alton Shower of Bargains! THURSDAY, 9:30 to 5 FRIDAY 9:30 to 9 SATURDAY, 9:30 to 5 FOR MEN ONLY 1 EACH White "T" Shirts with nylon-reinforced neck Ties, originally $2, $2.50 and $3.50 Flannel Pajamas, originally $5 Plastic Raincoats Slipper Sox Summer Suits Just 50 of 'em, so come in early! Smart, cool suits in 2- button patch-pocket styles. Good quality tropical fabrics in solid colors and patterns. Not all sizes in all colors.. 25 $5.50 3 for $10 Summer Rayon Slacks $5.95 Dress Shirts • . • . $6.95 Washable Rayon Sport Shirts . . 75 Fur Felt Hats Boys'Slacks, sizes 6 to 20 Students' Slacks, sizes 21 to 32 , . Boys' Sport Shirts, short sleeved . . , . BoyV T Shirts, long sleeved . . , , . Boys' Poplin Jackets . , . , . , Beys'Hosiery, 2*e pair . . . , , 4 pairs for $1 $2.97 $3.49 $7.50 . $3 . $5 2 for $3 , 79c WOMEN'S, MISSES Spring Suits and Toppers Originally $19.95 to $29.95 . . . $9ft Originally $19.95 to $59.95 . . . ^f^O $4 2fi Originally $.19.95 In S79.'/r, . . . ^f%J AL CLEAR Untrimmed Townley Winter Coats /2 PRICE! * Fur Trimmed Winter Coats *48 FOR WOMEN $3, $7, $9 HANDBAGS Limited quantity. Leather, broadcloth, corde, velvet. Come early I $12.95 to $15 Handbags $8.99 $1.50 to $5 Cinch Belts . . . . . $1 and $3 $3.95 to $7.95 Nylon and Crepe Blouses ... $2 $1 to $5.95 Scarfs ?9c, $1.49, $2.99 s 14 95 to S 39 95 Dresses Silk thantunuk, till* failles, rii.um khrrr* in print*, solid*, novHlio. One and tun- piei-e ktylei. .MUkr* and junior »ue< t $ 4 and $ 7 ••ttctee Thri&Talk* Pile up power lor future use $5.95 to $10.95 Blouses; cotton, nylons, crepes $2 and $3 $7.95 to $12.95 Skirts; orlons, rayons, wools $3 and $5 $8.95 to $14.95 Robes; quilted and wools ... $5 $19.95 to $29.95 Girls 1 Coats . , , $15, $19, $23 $5.95 to $7.95 Girls' Cottons Dress, 7 to 14 . . $3 $3.95 to $4.95 Girls'Dresses, 3 to 6X .... $3 $4.95 Girls' Denim Jumpers, 3 to 6X . . . . $3 $3.95 Sun Suits, Dresses, Boys' Suits, each , . $1.79 Sorry, No Pboiu>, Mail or C'.O.P, Orders Savin* money t« putting sway the excess energy of one period of life for. use in a less productive period later. While you're able to make money, put'some of it away for future dayi when your earnings will be less. i A good, safe, conserve. five place for, regular savings right now is the Germania Savings and Loan Association, where each account is insured up to $10,000. I have savings In Oer- mania—so I practice what I preach and preach what I practice. You don't have to put i your money there for any specified time, and the dividends will add nicely to your total savings. Dividends Poid Twice t o Year on All Saving! Accounts CURRENT RATE 3% Each account insured op t« 110,000 by Federal Savings. and Loan Insurance Corp, GERMANIA *%VI\Mi * UI4N 4««IMI4TIOJV OVS8 m tflUJOJfc 48T lUMMBWNU 41TIIW. UU4S4S

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