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  • Tom Ogle says it wasn't a hoax. He insists there were no hidden fuel tanks or other alternate fuel sources used to power a two-ton automobile for 205 miles Saturday on only two gallons of gasoline fumes. Ogle isn't alone in his no-hoax statements. Carl Wright, for example, has been working on internal combustion machines for 35 years. He is a certified teacher of auto mechanics and is currently shop foreman at Peck's Automotive Service, where Ogle built his controversial energy-saving fuel system. "It's no hoax." Wright said in straight-forward fashion. "There were no hidden tanks." Wright, who has no vested interests in the invention, said at first he was skeptical of the young man's invention. "I've watched the thing from the time they built the fuel tank to the very present," Wright said, "It looks to me like it'll do what Tom said it would do." Wright said any secret fuel compartments would have required many extra man-hours by Ogle to install in the car body. "He only worked on the car during office hours," Wright said,"and he didn't have a key to the door" to get into the automotive shop during off-hours or weekends. Experts Probe Ogle Fuel System "He has not been here working on the car at nights, and the car has been locked up here every night." Wright said. James Peck, who owns Peck's Automotive, has a 50-50 partnership on any royalties from the invention. And he said he would stake his 30 year professional reputation in northeast EI Paso on the fact that there was no hoax involved in Saturday's test drive. "I personally believe he (Ogle) had some help some-where along the way developing the system, although he will not admit to that. But I can vouch that the system works. It's no hoax. It was my car hr converted. We built system in my shop. I'll put my name on the line. It definitely works. Peck said he provided financial back for Ogle's invention after he and Ogle met about a month ago and discussed the system. Frank Haynes Jr. is registered state engineer with degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and Southern Methodist University. He was at Peck's Automotive Saturday where he looked the system over and talked with Ogle. "From what I saw, there was no hoax." Haynes said, adding that he learned of Ogle's invention in The Times. " I decided to venture out and see what was going on," he said. " I'd never even heard of Tom Ogle before. But I'm familiar with combustion from previous work and wondered what the kid had come up with. "What I saw was very convincing," Haynes said. Haynes said he felt the only chance of a hoax might have been in the amount of fuel that actually was in the tank. Prior to the test drive Saturday, reporters and onlookers witnessed a mechanic at Peck's empty the special, pressurized gas tanks, and pour two gallons of fuel into the tank after it was empty. Haynes said he was additionally convinced of the system's authenticity by the fact it was difficult to start the car before heading to Deming. "The car had to be primed quite thoroughly in order to run. That gave me the idea that there weren`t any fumes in the system after drainage. "That was quite convincing for me personally. If there had been hidden fuel, there wouldn`t have been any difficulty in starting the car, according to how he (Ogle) described the system to me," Haynes said. Haynes described Ogle as an "open, earnest young man who convinced me everything he said should be true." Ogle all along has maintained nothing but simple trust in his invention. "It works," he said frankly. "There is no hoax." He described his Saturday test drive, in which a times reporter participated as a "beautiful performance." Ogle added with a chuckle that the return to El Paso from Deming was made with one pint and two ounces of fuel left in the fuel tank. "We did pretty good though. We made 205 miles on less than two gallons," he added. He said he maintained constant 55 to 60 mile per hour speeds.

  • Highlights of the 2011 Chicago Auto show at Chicago's McComick Place. Featuring the North American Car of the Year the Chvrolet Volt and the North American Car of the Year Runner up the Nissan Leaf.

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  • Jammed pack excitement at the House of Blues includes: B.B. King, Boyz II Men, Tech N9ne, Beautiful Freaks Tour: Hot Chelle Rae, SBTRKT,

  • Twisted Q BBQ at 3144 Chicago Rd, Steger, IL 60475 participated in the 2011 Dixie Dash by offering free eats to antique car owners. Owners who showed thier passports of the event where given Sandwiches, chips, and drinks. The Dixie Dash was an event that started as a road rally 10 years ago. Drivers spent the day starting at 8:00am, driving through the Historic Dixie Highway Corridor of the South Suburbs of Chicago. Starting in Blue Island, IL and working their way south to Momence, IL, drivers were able to enjoy a mid-day break at Twisted Q BBQ for a complementary BBQ with live music. As hundreds of antique car owners crueised in Twisted Q BBQ, many local residents and passing car inthusiests stop in to take photos of the many cars on display. The good smoked BBQ of Twisted D BBQ was complimited with soft served ice cream, slushes, and malts of the areas most popular ice cream shop Dari Whip (located at the same location). Homewood residents will soon be able to enjoy the freshh smoked BBQ taste of Twisted Q BBQ as the new Twisted Q BBQ and Bakery is slateed to open at 2053 Ridge Road, Homewood IL 60430 early this summer!

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  • While in Chicago, one would be wise to spend a day or two at the Museum Campus Chicago. Museum Campus Chicago houses three of the United States most popular museums: The Shedd Aquarium opened on May 30, 1930. Shedd Aquarium accommodates, 2 million visitors annually. Guests can witness 1500 species of wildlife in this enormous 422,000 square foot facility.

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  • One of the things to do in Chicago this summer is attending the Taste of Chicago start on Friday; June 25, 2011 and ends on Sunday; July 3, 2011

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  • The US Cellular Field Chicago is a great place to visit for tourists to Chicago as the stadium has various glorious sporting tales to tell. This is a ballpark owned by the Illinois Sports Facilities Authority and houses the Chicago White Sox of the Major League Baseball’s American League. This new ballpark was completed in 1991 at a cost of about $167 million and was called as the Comiskey Park, however after US Cellular bought the naming rights of the park the field was named after the US Cellular in the year 2003.

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