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Senator Ervin Explains
His Opposition To Foreign
Aid Measure; Need New Bill
WASHINGTON?I voted against
the Foreign Aid Bill which passed
I stated on the floor of the Sen
ate why 1 could not support the
bill bofore me. 1 should like to
vcte for an aid bill which gives
reasonable technical assistance to
underdeveloped countries to help
the to to help themselves. I should
like to vote for an aid bill which
gives military assistance to those
nations which have manifested a
willingness to stand by the free
world in any possible conflict with
the Soviet bloc. 1 should like to
vote for an aid bill which gives
economic assistance to countries
like South Korea and Formosa,
which are incapable of self-sup
The concoction of international
slumgullion embodied in the bill
befnre the Senate was more than
1 could support.
Under the bill. I could not vote
frr technical assistance and eco
nomic aid for those countries
whk'h are in need of those things
arid which are friends of America
without voting for economic aid
for countries which have constant
ly manifested their hostility to this
Under the bill. 1 could not vote
fo~ military aid for those nations
w hich have shown their w illingness
to stand by the "free world in any
p< ssible conflict with the Soviet
bioc without voting for military
aid for one nation whose leader
stated a short time ago that he
would never, again be separated
from Russia, and without voting !
military aid to oilier nations which. !
according to the sworn testimony |
Which has been adduced before a
Committee of which I am a mem
ber. are selling strategic materials j
to Russia and to the other coun
trip* of the Soviet bloo?material*
which can be used to destroy the
lives of American boys in the
event of hostilities between Amer
ica and the Soviet bloc.
TOO Ml't'H FOR MF.
That i* just too much for my
conscience to stand. For those rea
sons 1 voted against the bill.
The bill increases authorizations
for foreign aid in the 12th year
after the end of the Second World
War. over the appropriations for
the 11th year, by 1.9 billion dol
lars. It docs this at a time when
those In charge of the administra
tion of the foreign-aid program al
ready have unexpended funds total
ing 6 8 billion dollars at their dis
NORTH CAROLINA'S SHARE
The appropriation authorized by
the bill would take at least 99
million dollars out of the pockets
of the taxpayers of North Carolina
at a time when this money is
needed for education and other
pressing matters. A part of this
money would be given to Tito and
tc. countries which ure selling
strategic materials to Russia. That
is too much for me,
NEEDED A NEW Bit.I,
1 regret fhat the.Senate did not
turn down the bill. Had it done
so the Administration would have
sent to Congress a more realistic
bill I would lfke to have had at.
opportunity to vote for an Intelli- J
gent bill which I could have
Search For Cancer
Cure In Folklore
EAST I.ANSINO. Mich. (API ?
Plant folklore is not being over
looked in the warch for a cancer
Dr. Eugene 11. Lucas, professor
of horticulture at Michigan State
University, says "Medicine then,
witch doctors and just plain peo
ple have handed down medical
recipes from generation to genera
tion by word of mouth. In all that
time a process of elimination must
have taken place, so what is left
South American Indians treated
malaria with quinine for centuries,
and ancient India know of drugs
only recently used to treat insan
iy. he pointed out.
Some peoples use earthworms
It's Time For Blueberry Shortcake
PASTRY SHORTCAKE?Fxcitlnc blueberry dessert treat.
By CECILY RlOWNRTONE
Associated Prf? Food Editor
made with rounds of rich pa?fry,
has Rained favor at oni house
Use your own favorite recipe
for flaky pastry; a large cookie
cutter will cut out the nounds for
the Blueberry Shortcake nicely.
The cutter we used was one w'e
improvised: we saved a can (12
ounces! from whole-kernel corn,
cutting oil both ends with a wall
tvpe can obener so they would be !
smooth This gives a cutter 3*4 :
inches in diameter that works'
Ingredients; 1 cup heavy cream,
sugar, 1V teaspoon vanilla. 16
rounds <3 to 4 inches in diameleri
baked flaky pastry, 1 pint basket
cultivated bin'berries (washed
and weil drained, i
Method; Beat cream until almost
stiff, add sugar to taste and van?
I ilia; beat until sugar is combined
| and cream is Just stiff; do not over-j
l>eat Reserve a few dozen of the i
largest blueberries for garnishing:
fold the remaining blueberries
into the cream. Arrange H of the
baked pastry rounds on individual
plates or a serving platter. Spoon
about two-thirds of the blueherry
cream onto the rounds; place re
maining pastry rounds over the
cream. Top with remaining bliec-1
berry-cream and the reserved ber
' ries. Serve aT once Makes 8 serv
Next time you bak? blueberry'
muffins, try adding a teaspoon of
grated lemon rind to the batter Or
after yap have spooned the blue
berry muffin batter into the wells
of the baking pan. sprinkle it with
a tablespoon of sugar mixed with
a teaspoon of grated lemon rind.
Want a wonderful Sunday break
fast1 Serve blueberry griddle
cakes with maple syrup and crisp
?trips of bacon, pan-fried ham or
golden-brown sausage links.
A blueberry sauce will add al
lure to old-fashioned cottage pud
ding. vanilla pudding or custard,
paper-thin French pancakes or
French toast. Serve any of these
combinations for dessert;
Baking an open-face ' blueberry
pie. Use the scraps of pastry left
from the crust for pretty decora
tion. Roll out the pastry leavings
and then cut out in leaf shape us
ing a cardboard pattern. Put the
pastry leaves on a small baking
sheet and bake them at the same
time as the pie, removing them
from the oven when they are gold
en brown. Arrange the pastry
leaves over 'the pie just before
serving. Vanilla ice cream eats well
with this pie!
Quiek and easy: beat heavy
cream until stiff adding sugar and
vanilla to taste; fold in a generous
amount of blueberries. Spoon into
sherbet glasses and top with crush
ed macaroon crumbs.
Roll out rich biscuit dough and
spread with soft butter. Sprinkle
the dough with sweetened blue
berries and roll up jelly-roll fash
ion. Bake, cut into slices and serve
warm with cream.
Fill cream puffs with a custard
Filling into which you have folded
Good luncheon salacl: fresh
pineapple, bananas and blueber
ries. Serve with crisp greens and
Stork May Make It?Yet
WORLAND. Wyo, <AP> ? Mrs.
George Wood delivered a daugh
ter in the back seat of her car 5fl
miles from a hospital recently
while her husband was trying to
convince a deputy .sheriff they were
in a hurry.
But Mrs Wood is nudging a little
closer to the hospital for each baby
Four years ago she delivered an
other daughter on a prairie road
60 miles from a Riverton. Wyo.
The Woods live on a remote
ranch 88 miles from Woriand. Four
years ago they lived 100 miles from
the nearest hospital at Riverton.
Under The Boss's Eye
HARRISBURG. Pa (APt ? The
Superintendent of Pennsylvania's
capital buildings decided state
workers were lingering a bit toe
long in the capitol cafeteria dur
ing the coffee break period.
So Secretary John S Rice, Of the
Department of Property and Sup
plies, posted a notice in the cafe
teria that tables would be occu
pied only during a 2-hour break
fast pdriod and a 3-hour htneb
Coffee breakers may still get
their coffee at the counter but
they must take it to their offices
and sip it under the watchful eyes
of their immediate superior.
"Delighted to moot you. Todt*y
here told m? all ? but all ?
It per tfl.A
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? Got a swap session
with an alligator later ... or with a
crocodile after while? Make it
over a dish of r-e-a-1 c-o-o-1 PET SHERBET
.. . Or, pour pop over PET SHERBET
for a real smooth shake ... that's the kind
of tonic that makes for the rabid rock n' roll!
rfan, it's the coolest thing in town! So
don't be a square . .. keep plenty of PET
SHERBET on hand and you got it made, man!
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:l ^ HAM . . 69c lb
] PORK LIVER . . 25c lb
? BEEF LIVER . . 29c lb
POTTED MEAT 3 cans 25c
; VIENNA SAUSAGE 2 cans 33c
CORNED BEEF HASH 29c
CORNED BEEF 49c
TREET 3 cans $ 1.00
2 for 25c
5 lbs 49
' 10 lbs 97c
I JELLY GLASSES ggc doz.
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BANANAS 2 25
BEANS AND PEAS
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