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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IOC Cedar Kupids Gazelle; Wed.. Feb. 20, 1874 S-T-A-M-P-S Collectors desiring lo exhibit) Included arc two picturing at Stamp Expos, the semi-ai nual West Coast expositions considered among the nation' most prestigious, now have a opportunity to do so. The International Stamp Co! lectors Society, sponsors of th events held each spring in Ana heim, Calif, and each fall in San Francisco, invite philatelists de siring to exhibit in either one o both of the expositions to sent details of their collection or re quests for information to H. M Butz, Stamp Expo, Box 48806 Angeles, Calif. 90048. There is no charge for exhi- biting. Collectors have their choice of entering the compe- tition section or exhibiting in the non-competitive gallery. Butz, an accredited judge o the American Philatelic Society will chair the competition jury. Stamp Expo 70 (South) will take place March. 29-31 at the Sheraton hotel, Anaheim. Stamp Expo 74 Nov. 29-31, in San Francisco. Space exploration anc1 ac- complishments of those who have dared to pioneer our outei limits are the subjects of two sets of stamps from the Maldive Islands. One colorful set of seven stamps commemorates the ex- ploits of both the U. S. and USSR space programs. Depicted are: the followin] portrait of John F. Kennedy anc an Apollo portrait ol John Glenn and Mercury space- ship, portrait of Yuri Gagarin and Vostok I, portrait of Valen- tina Tereshkova and Vostok 6, USSR spaceships Soyuz II and Salyut, U. S. Skylab Cluster, another picture of Glenn and Mercury spaceship. A souvenir sheet bears a pro- file view of JFK and the Apollo spaceship. The second set issued by the Maldives also consists of seven stamps and hails the 100th anni- versary of the World Meteo- rological Organization. Shown on these stamps are weather sa- tellites and stations. Tiros, the weather satellite; two showing Nomad, the weathei station; one depicting Nimbus satellite; one illustrating APT which records instant weather pictures, and one for Richard's electrical speed recorder. Singapore has issued a new set of stamps depicting various animals in its new Zoological Gardens. A highlight of the zoo is a group of 12 orangutans from Borneo and Sumatra. Coming up in the 1974 stamp program for Singapore are: Eish set, centenary of the UPU, Ninth Asia-Pacific Scout Confer- ence, National day, UNICEF and International Stamp Exhibi- tion. Lawsuit Based On Truck Crash Is Dismissed lawsuit against a driver whose semi-trailer truck vas struck by a Rock Island rain on the Fourth street tracks n Cedar Rapids last October ias been dismissed in Cedar Rapids federal unless additional information is filed j by Feb. 28. In the suit, the Rock Island railroad is asking damages 'rom William Roy Daily, Fordland, Mo., truck driver, and Hirschbach Motor Lines, Inc., of Sioux City. Judge Edward McManus jranted the dismissal on the Sioux City firm's contention no diversity of citizenship is in- volved. The company claimed a sub- stantial volume of the railroad's msiness and more than 21 per- cent of its property and valua- ion are in the state. The railroad claimed its prin- cipal and general offices are in Chicago, but Judge McManus uled insufficient evidence has ieen presented to indicate the majority of its assets and actual lusiness are outside Iowa. The Rock Island must file ad- itional evidence with the court o establish its principal place1 f business outside Iowa no ater than Feb. 28 if the suit is o be reconsidered. "About my allowance, dad.. .Was your groan in the affirmative or the U-Y ear-Old from Iran Begins College Career SHAWNEE, Gkla. (AP) A .4-year-old Iranian youth has mrolled in 17 hours of pre-engi- icering courses at St. Gregory's here. Farzad Kioumehr, originally rom Tehran, Iran, is the young- est student to enroll at St. Greg- ory's. He says he would "kinda like to go for a Ph.D" in either engineering or nuclear sciences. Farzad received a head start when his father began teaching him at age three. He started school at five, two years young- er than most Iranian children. "When I went to first grade, I knew most of the stuff. That was one of my he said. "I thought I knew it all so I didn't listen to the teacher." During the fourth grade he passed a high school admission test. When his mother came to visit a daughter who was a doc- toral candidate at the University of Michigan, Farzad came along and has attended American schools since. He graduated from high school in Ann Arbor, Mich. Read Dennis The Menace Daily in The Gazette You just don't find values like these every day? 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And, it lends itself to great variety In flavor and color appeal with the many dif- ferent jams, jellies and pre- serves available. The fruit spread can be used straight from the jar as filling or topping or heated gently until warm with a dash of lemon juice or sherry as sug- gested in the following recipe. Puffed Jam Omelet 4 egg whites 4 egg yolks cup milk tsp. salt Dash of pepper 2 tbsps. butter or margarine Vi cup strawberry or other preserves 1 tbsp. lemon juice or sherry Beat egg whites until stiff peaks form. Beat egg yolks in a second bowl until thick and lem- on-colored; beat in milk, salt and pepper. With a rubber spat- ula, carefully and thoroughly :old the yolks into the whites. Preheat broiler. Heat butter in a 10-inch omelet >an or heavy skillet until golden and foamy (do not Pour n egg mixture and spread even- y lo cover bottom and sides of ian. Cook slowly over low heat mtil bottom and sides are light- y browned (about 10 Meanwhile, combine strawberry reserves and lemon juice in a saucepan; heat slowly until warm. Place omelet under broiler about 4 inches from heat source Strawberry preserves, healed with a dash of lemon juice, give fruit flavor and appealing color to this puff- ed breakfast omelet. Its moist, souffle-like texture is the result of folding beaten egg yolks into stiffly beaten egg whites. until top is light brown and no imprint remains when lightly touched with finger. Cut a deep gash down center of onelet bring careful not to cut through to bottom. Spoon half the pre- serves on top. With broad spatu- la or pancake turner, fold om- elet in half and transfer to heat- ed platter. Spoon remaining preserves over top. Serve im- mediately. Makes 2 servings. Plain or French Jelly Omelet 4 eggs Vt tsp. salt Dash of pepper 1 tbsp. water 1 tbsp. butter 1A cup tart jelly Beat eggs, salt, pepper and water together with a wire whisk until riiixed but not frothy. Do not cverbcat. Mix- ture should be stringy. Place 10- inch omelet pan over medium heat until a drop of water spat- ters or a bit of butter sizzles. Add butter and stir it around quickly to coat the pan. As soon as foaming subsides, pour in eggs. Move pan back and forth over heat while stir- ring eggs in a circular motion with bottom of fork. When liquid begins to set, pat mixture to cover pan evenly and let stand 2 or 3 seconds over low heat. While top is still moist, spread !4 cup unmeltecl jelly on top of omelet. Fold one-third of omelet lo center, then hold pan upright on its side and let the omelet roll onto a heated serving plate. Heat remaining jelly until warm, then pour over omelet. Serve immediately. Makes 2 servings. Feed the Birds Hormel Little Sizzlers 1 2 oz. pkg. 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