Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 29, 1960 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 29, 1960
Page 26
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ALTON sWffifENG TELGGtUfM iLi ^ A _.oi t natdMr 5 woHrlntl 9JJWWB, i..,.!^...,.., .. ^fn fl W|> tJniwgfi iwftotion fttft*, ^ ( ; This Is' tfte' total.bWy radio, activity . cxftntinc,, jMbni. it) operation at tn«' UMvirslW' of Designed for a study of thfe medical and biolo|rtealv*roblemfl of the atomic ..age,the facility was built with 'ftifttfft jrovided by tho Atomic Energy Commission. Dr. Noman S. MacDonald of the Depatmaifi ot Biophysics and Nuclear MetBctee at,UCLA is a dtrectbf 6f 'the fftcUlty. The unusual laboratory con. slats' oi an eight', by - eight • by eightJdbt vault with : slx.inch thick ate*l • wall«, . ceiling and floor and a battery of some of the most. sensitive .radioactivity detecting devices and recording instruments. •Hie heavy steel of the vault shield* its interior from practically all background radiation, permitting the sensitive radiation counters within to detect the total radioactivity present in the human body. Clinical studies will be car- tied out with the new total body Counter in collaboration with titie radiology -department and other Medical School departments. These will -include: I. Studies of the more subtle phase • of body chemistry in- ALTAR BOYS OF $2 YEARS AGO Altar boys of St. Patrick's Church were photo- iphed about 52 years ago with their pMtor, the , 5V. Father F. B. Kehoe. In front is a statue of St. John Berchmans, patron sahit of.attar boys. Seated are; from left—Ray Scheier, Lester Oeltz, John Hammond Jr., John,Roach, Frahk Bennes. Standing, see- 5nd row, Harry Kelly, Charles Bund and (at right) Dave Lawless and (behind Lawless) Joseph J. Drum- goole. Third row—Richard Fitzgerald, Frank Manning, Richard Roach, Wilbur Hammond, Leo Cum- tilings, Roy Winchester, James Gormley, Marvin Hellrung, John 'Kennedy. Top row—Alex McBrlde, Phillip Kennedy,, (unidentified), William Roach, Joseph Dwyer, Gilbert Smith. (This is a copy of the original photo Jn the possession of Charles Bund.) volvlnp infial inns. ••>. Bon<'stu-(diagnostic procediares ie(|uirin«| ' Swnden is almost .1,00 miles] The Dead Sea in Palestine is dies involving calcium and strontium. 3. Work on new only infinitesimal-ramouni.s of \ long.' though seldom wider than;about 46 miles lona and 10 miles radioactive materiafls. , :}00 miles. ! wide. ' HILL BROS. Ti? i *4Vlj 2£ .°«w ""one ALL WOMEN'S , AND CHILDREN'S CANVAS OXFORDS & CANVAS FLATS: ilk &: PAIRS FOR ' • T-- :-i; ; ^r&. ! !•< Single Pair 2.19 Comparable to 2.99 and 3.«>9 v«lu*?s* Childn;ii> tut-.t 5 thru 8; 8'. ihiL 3 Wofnen'* »iio'» 4 thru 10 canvas 'TIL 'TIL DAILY SUNDAYS FO* 409 ST. LOU IS •lu»t at iu JULY 'Til HINTY OP WHI D\* Hill /SELt- SERVICE SHOE SiCRES 4 A ALTON TELEGRAPH I960 COOK BOOK RECIPE CONTEST IN PRIZES WIN $ 600°° FOR YOUR FAVORITE RECIPES IN THESE CATEGORIES 1. Salad and satad dressings 2. Vegetables (including soups) 3. Casserole dishes 4. Meats 5. Fish and poultry 6. Desserts 7. Cakes and cookies 8. Pie 9. Breads 10. Outdoor cookery $100.00 Grand Prize far Best Recipe In each category: $25.00 First Prize $15.00 Second Prize $10.00 Third Prize * 2960 Cook Book Recipe Rules 1. £nter as many recipes as you wish, in one or all categories. 2. Write your recipe careiuliy, in this order: a. Nome oi recipe, and category. b. List ingredients in the order they are added. c. Method of mixing. d. Special instructions when necessary, example—(chill ior 12 hours). i e. Baking temperature, and time required ior bakery products, i. Name, address and phone number of contestant. 3. Write plainly. Use only one recipe to a sheet of paper, and write only on one side of the paper. 4. All entries become the property of the Alton Evening Telegraph. (No entries will be returned). Decision of judges will be final. 5. Only one cash price will be awarded to any individual. 6. The contest opens Monday, June 20,1960 and closes at midnight Saturday July 30, 1960. Winning recipes will be published in the Alton Evening Telegraph Cookbook Section, Monday, September IX 1960. 7. Address, your recipes to Cook Book. Alton Evening Telegraph, Box 298. Alton, Illinois. If you prefer, entries may be brought to the office. 111 East Broadway, Alton. i 8. Anyone in the entire trade area of the Telegraph is eligible and may send in as many entries as desired. Only employes of tho Telegraph and mem* bora oUheir immediate families are ineligible. 9 MAIL YOUR ENTRY NOW! ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH

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