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   News (Newspaper) - June 5, 1958, Frederick, Maryland                                Big Army Advocates Score Victory THE XEWS, Frederick, MA., Thursday, 5, is the dandelion, the were addressed by Dr. Theo-jgrees at Yale University's 257th 'democrat of lawn and pasture. Itidore Fong. Miss Jean to be held Monday :is the true all-American flower, a'psychiatrie worker with the coua-i _ Column ;at irugsed individualist that stands !ty health department, accompaniedi i above class or creed. Or local the ministers. The tour is part of! Commencement exercises Hal Boyle ;partisanship. a special training program be held outdoors on the Uni- 1 NEW YORK America; it exports its seeds in Miss Harnish is assisting historic Old Campus (is to wear a national flower in white paratroopers that enrich ministers. [where persons are expected buttonhole, why. not make it the'with new beauty the backyards _ witness the ceremonies. Among :fae Door and the estates of the TO GET YALE DEGREE candidates for degrees Is Peter Gourmet i dandelion? i Congress is periodically peti- mighty. It is the stubborn friend1 NEW HAVEN, Wight, near Urbana, Bachelor of WASHINGTON tB Big Army'yQjjgjj name an official U.S. of all" You can't even force this eight students from Maryland are; Arts. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. advocates scored an impressive so far has ducked a pal to leave you. among the 2.014 candidates for de- Daniel E. Wight. initial victory Wednesday as the vote_ xhis issue could cause a lot in good times you can House voted to approve statesmanlike heads to roll loveliness, Ic bad times, or; in new funds for the De- ute petals at the first frost. good times, you can make vviaej fease Department. Garden lovers are a passionate'from its blossoms, salad from its: They rammed into the annually. Knock their favorite flower, leaves, all kinds of medicines and military appropriation bill an ancj. jt-s worse than kicking their a substitute coffee from its roots.' amendment to give the Army The angry sap rises is beloved of children. You can' extra 93 million dollars to keep xhe wise politician real- hold its yellow glory under your! its fighting strength at dur- i2es tnal picking a national girl's chin and tell if she likes- ing the next 12 months. This easily lead to a floral war: butter. i 30.000 more personnel than jhe The easy way out for congress! dent Eisenhower and the House; Higjjt now tnere uvo lobbies is to vote the dandelion as the! Appropriations Committee aad besieging Congress some national acclama-j recommended. from Atlanta, ardent advocates of tion. The extra money for the rose: a 3jjdwesl Army yas approved by a non-iwhich corn HOSPITAL recorded vote of 108-79, subject to tjje symbol of Members of the Frederick County possible reversal on a roll-call our land Ministers Association journeyed to! count Thursday before the bill rose jovers O{ course, are Sl- Elizabeth's Hospital in Washing-! goes to the Senate. strictlv traditionalists and are Tuesday in lieu of the regular: The House refused, however, to kinH -f wno pick Xewimeeting. Following a tour of the! Lemon-Butter Hamburger Spread I 1 yt ib. butter or margarine in bowl until sail; gradually hk.rv3 in 2 tbs- Inmost juice, drop by drop, uniil it is absorbed. Blend in 2 ibs. solaced parUey and tab. Sittiinj Salt; cream uoiil fluffy. Brush cpreftd on chops, hamburgers or meat or fbb. broils. Just before serving, bruih with addi- tional spread. Any has extra zest, extra flavor richness when cooked and seasoned with Sterling Salt! STERLING SALT approve 35 million dollars Yankees every year to section of the hospital 1 ed by Eisenhower, and denied American pennant. 1 the committee, to start work on, Against them is the opinion of a second nuclear-powered that lhe rose a gardeni craft earner. Isn6b and not democratic enough! Would Be Calculated Risk represent America. i Rep. Robert Sikes Ussel rsjs iycKi and bourbon. One: ".Is brings out the best in food I MPJ> .uwoi PLAm OR ,OD12EO The added funds for speed-up in missile and anti-sub-1. Jthe Old South. .The big problem Congress facesi selecting a national-flower is; override Eisenhower's plans to avold snowing regional fa-. reduce the size of the Army Na-j tional Guard, the Army reserve! t _ and the Marine Corps. They state it by implication of-; K lfc mes the official flower vide for .Marine Corps strength of a National Guard of 000 and reserve strength of 000. This is more Marines, morde guardsmen and more reservists than Eisen- hower had proposed. 'Better Pickin'Ends For Migrant Worker CINCINNATI (AP) For a few seconds Wednesday afternoon a migrant farmhand who wandered up here from the strawberry patches of southern Kentucky look- ing for "better pickins" was one of the most successful robbers in the annuals of Cincinnati crime. Walker James, 27, a Negro, swiped a bag containing worth of registered mail from a fends the other states. The only remaining possible! couple of Brinks, Inc. guards, po-i lice said. j There was just one thing wrong! with audacious it lacked finesse. i Police said James simply waited; for the two Brinks men to emerge; from the post office, snatched the; bag away from one of the startled; guards, fled two strides and wasj nailed. But the guards goofed too. After police took James into custody the two guards, Lester Landrimi! of Erlanger, Ky., and Robert Hall! of Norwood, delivered the regis- tered mail contained in the satchel. Police are trying to retrieve the'; least to copy for thej record. 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Noth- ing could be better for them. made in minutes with fresh dairy products T-V QUICKIE Cottage Tuna Tomatoes Hot Buttered Rolls Brownies Honey Shake COTTAGE TUNA TOMATOES Mix and season to taste equal amounts of flaked tuna and Sealtest Cottage Cheese. Heap in wedge-cut tomato "rosette." HONEY SHAKE Add tsp. nutmeg to 1 tbsp. honey and blend. Add cup Sealtest Homogenized Vitamin D Milk, a little at a time, blending. Add cup Sealtest Vanilla Ice Cream. Blend. 1 serving. FROSTY LUNCH Pear Surprise Tomato-cucumber Sandwiches Sealtest Buttermilk- "On-the-rocks Cookies PEAR SURPRISE Put a big scoop of Sealtest Cottage Cheese be- tween two canned pear halves. Dust with pa- prika, serve on greens. Garnish with Sealtest Sour Cream. BUTTERMILK "ON-THE-ROCKS" Pour Sealtest Buttermilk over several ice cubes in a tall glass. Easy, tangy-fresh treat. HOMEMAKERS DISCOVER NEW, EASY SUMMER SUPPER Ambrosia Salad Thinly Sliced Cold Cuts Tiny Brown Bread Sandwiches Sealtest Chocolate Float AMBROSIA SALAD Combine 1 cup drained pineapple chunks, 1 cup drained orange seg- ments, 1 cup shredded coconut, 8 cut-up marsh- mallows, with 1 cup Sealtest Whipped Cream. Chill and serve, SEALTEST CHOCOLATE FLOAT Float 2 scoops of your favorite Sealtest Ice Cream in a tall glass of Sealtest Chocolate Milk. iTUNCl Shirley Temple's Storybook, SLEEPING BEAUTY, June NBC-TV CHECK THESE FACTS ABOUT MILK Milk is nature's most nearly perfect food. Milk supplies some of every dietary protein, fat. carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins. Milk is the outstanding source of calcium and riboflavin in your food supply. You never outgrow your need for milk. Everyone needs least three glasses a day for children, two or more for adults. CHECK THESE FACTS ABOUT SEALTEST HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN D MILK Sealtest Milk is superior in every step of the way from farm to table. 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