Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 21, 1960 · Page 27
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

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THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-SfcVKN Wedding New Tube to Convert Heat To Electricity Refreshments Are Simple WASHINGTON - By Science Service — Electricity tat future space vehicles may be produced directly from the heat at the tun or atdinary fuels by a tie* electronic tube. Th« tube, known a« a ther- mionic energy converter, has been made at the Radio Corporation of America Laborator- tes hi Princeton, N.J.. under a contract supported by the Ad- i The device has been used in' The present device has an ef- the laboratory to produce n ficlency up to 14 per cent, watt of electricity Ftiturr- (f e .; The experimental tube was vices are expected to be cap- j developed by Dr. Karl G. ablp of use as power Reneratori Hernqvlst of RCA's technical vanned Research Projects Agen-in submarines, aircraft, mis- staff. It is capable of general- fly of the Department of De-!.«IJes, space vehicles and per-(ing either direct or alternating rsM^AA nAMB ' tiarMi tlvJf t*A***A AM*! *•«*_» • _.._*_»•_£ _i c^A^.^^^^i^a. .._. A.^. feme here. the home and car. current at frequencies up to about 1,000.000 cycles per second, meaning that It power output could be utilized to drive virtually all types of electrical equipment. According to Dr. Hernqvist, such units could be fabricated In various forms and arrange- Thousands of American Indian young men were drafted to World War TJ and distinguished themselves in all theaters of war. ments to produce whatever level of power might be required. An Awtmtan has dlswwwed the known depth In the Indian Ocean — a trench nearly flve miles deep 638 miles, watt of Cape Leeuwm, Western Australia. Many weddlngt today are planned to take place on Saturday, especially when Monday le a holiday. While a long honeymoon is the Ideal, many $>ung couples must content themselves with the weekend. It Is quite customary now. days to ask only the family, to ••the church for {the ceremony, » but to plan a simple rtceptlon * for friends at a home or hotel. The elaborate refreshments once associated with weddings are seldom offered today, especially when the number of guests will be large. There is usually a punch with toasts to the bride and groom will be drunk. This should not be too strong as glasses will usually be refilled more than once. Bourbon Is a favorite ingredient for mixing with fruit Juices, club soda, and often with Iced tea that seems to tie all the flavors together. With the punch, there are usually dainty sandwiches and, of; course, there will be a wedding cake which will be cut into small slices so that everyone may have a taste. Often, there! are plates of small cakes toj supplement the wedding cake, j A pound cake IK the traditional' for wedding service. Among thej mixes, there Is one for this! type of cake that, when flavored i with the bourbon, Is delicious.) Of course, this will be frosted j and decorated simply but at-• trectiveiy. i Wedding CtJce ! 1 package pound cake mix ! 2 tablespoons nonfat dry milk' % teaspoon grated lemon rind . ta cup bourbon 1 egg 1 cup (4-ounce can) walnuts, l chopped ' Mix and bake cake according; to directions on package except: sprinkle dried milk and; lemon rind on mix before mois-i tening and use bourbon in place! , of milk. Stir in chopped walnuts | just before pouring batter into pan. After frosting, decorate j with candled cherries and wal-j ! nut halves. I ! Wedding Punch ' ' 1 pint sweetened pineapple i Juice | 1 quart bourbon 1 pint cold tea 7 quarts sparkling water Lemon and orange slices for garnish Combine pineapple juice, bourbon and cold tea. Pour over ice in punch bowl and add sparkling water. 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