Cedar Rapids Gazette, December 4, 1974, Page 81

Cedar Rapids Gazette

December 04, 1974

View full page Start A Free Trial!

Issue date: Wednesday, December 4, 1974

Pages available: 165

Previous edition: Tuesday, December 3, 1974

Next edition: Thursday, December 5, 1974

NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions
About Cedar Rapids GazetteAbout NewspaperArchive.com

Publication name: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Pages available: 3,726,819

Years available: 1932 - 2016

Learn more about this publication
  • 2.18+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Start your membership to the world's largest newspaper archive now!
Start your genealogy search now!
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : Cedar Rapids Gazette, December 04, 1974

All text in the Cedar Rapids Gazette December 4, 1974, Page 81.

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa CKlir Rapids Cmttt: Vti.. DM. 4. H74 Johnny Appleseed Dumpling Dessert is in honor of the bicentennial of an American folk herb. Apple Dumpling Dessert Honors Johnny Appleseed By Cecily Browhsion'c Associated Press Food Editor When old-time cooks made a favorite dessert by stewing sliced apples and dropping .dumpling baiter them, they called the result Apple Slump. No wonder. When we tried one of those old-fashioned recipes, the dumplings really did slump! Not so with our updat- ed the dessert. The dumplings stay lofty. In deference to the recipe's early origin, we've named our version after Johnny Apple- seed, the legendary character who so long ago planted apple seeds over the wide territory that is now Ohio and Indiana. His real name was John" Chap- man and he was born just 200 years ago on Sept. 26, 1774.' Johnny Appleseed Dumpling Dessert 2Vi Ibs. (about) Mclnlosh or green cooking apples cup sugar 1 cup water 2 tsps. lemon juice I .cup 'buttermilk biscuit mix cup milk .1 tbsp. sugar mixed with '4 tsp cinnamon. Bicentennial Unit Apologizes for Historical Error WASHINGTON (AP) The American Revolution Bicen- tennial Administration, as- signed to see that the nation's is properly celebrated, is apologizing for an embarrassing dissemina- tion of historical misinforma- tion. like the nation's young people to know that James Madison, fourth President of the U. S., did not sign the Declaration of Independence. AN AREA pamphlet aimed at involving young people in Bicentennial programs says Madison "was 25 when he sighed his name to a radical document that changed the course of history for all mankind: the Declaration of Independence.-" Since the pamphlets already have been mailed in bulk to schools and-other organiza- ARBA issued a public correction with the hope it will catch up with the error. "Madison had been elected to the Virginia Convention in Williamsburg, and was an im- portant presence at the Con- tinental Congress in Phil- adelphia, and he was 25 at the the AREA said, "but sign the Declaration no." Pare, core and thinly slice apples there should be about 2. "quarts. In a 12-inch skillet or large wide saucepot, stir'together the apples, sug- ar, .water and lemon juice. ;ln a small .mixing bowl stir together 'the biscuit mix and milk until dry ingredients are moistened; Heat apple mixture to boil- ing; drop dumpling mixture, 'in 6 portions, over apples; simmer, uncovered for '10 minutes. Sprinkle dumplings with sugar-cinnamon mixture; cover and simmer until apples are tender and dumplings are cooked through 10 minutes longer. Serve at once- "as is" or with pour cream. Makes G servings. This combination gives lots of apple in portion to dumpling; if you prefer more dumpling, double the amount of biscuit mix and milk and drop in, 12 portions over the boiling-hot apple mixture. Germans Favor Pardoning Hess ALLENSBACII, West, Ger- many (AP) A survey by Allensbach Institute shows percent of AVcst Germans asked favor the pardoning of former high-ranking Nazi Rudolf Hess. who was chief of the Nazi party organization under Adolf Hitler, lias been In prison since he parachuted into England in 1B41 on a self-styled peace He is the last Nazi to be held in Spandau prison. The Institute said per- sons wore surveyed and the majority favoring Hess' freedom said it would he a humane act. The Soviet Union has rejected such suggestions from other World War II allies. Council Passes Anti-Baboon TIVERTON, R.I. (UPI) Judy the baboon can no longer roam the streets, at least not legally. The town council passed what appears to be the first anti-baboon legislation in the state after a neighbor complained that Mildred Manchester's pet had petrified her three-year-old daughter and tried to open the front door to her home. The town council added the words "any other animal" to an ordinance already govern- ing the roaming of farm animals. HEALTH HONEY POUND JAR WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE REG. GOOD THRU SAT. DEC. 7 KLB6 The original liquid formula of Kelp, Lecithin-B6- Vinegar 100 CAPS.. 5.95 250 13.25 PARK t SHOP FOOD STAMPS HONORED-FOOD ONLY VITAL HEALTH FOODS 324 2nd Ave. SE 362-4546 Denies Delay In Pollution Enforcement HOUSTON (AP) Tho Jan, 1 enforcement date of the Environmental Protection Agency's controls oh "Indirect sources" of pollution will not be extended, Administrator Russell Train says. Train said the agency has taken "a good hard look" at extending the date but has no present plans to changb.lt, Asked at a, news conference what would change his mind about Implementing the con- troversial new enforcement program, Train replied, "Convince riife (hat. it Is wrong." Starting Jan. 1, El'A ap- proval will be ,requlrod on construction of. major now shopping centers, 'apartment complexes and other projects with parking for more than 000'cars. The Is .prevent ctaceitritlMs tt tralfle that vitiate federal limits carbtn mwioxlde Train denied charges by Louie Welch, executive dlrec- tor of the Houston Chamber of Commerce, that (he Indirect source controls will make the EPA a dictator over Houston's future growth. "I'd be happy to assure him not 'correct on that." Train said. the KI'A Is not'out growth but, to assure that pjojodta 'so tlijitt''fedcral5tr! sta'ndards-are mit vloiiitedlj traffic Ji; He is that more preferfblyHocal govern- ments, sffduidijiadmlnlster the federal Vintage Weapon Puzzles Army (AP) A container of leftover World war I nervo KIIS found In a deserted field hour city's Interna- tional airport has army experts perplexed, 'Thoj'- ha Ven 'i the fa In test Idea how It. got1 there, Al Morris, deputy regional ad- ministrator for the 'Environ- mental Protection Agency. A special team of munitions experts from Maryland's Edgewood Arsenal arrived hero In reclaim the steel, case containing nine tiny buttles of the lethal gas. will put a dime inyour 'GROCER! redeem tt) s cou p6f) plus IDC Inndlmp whf-n icrrm Of ltiis offnf hntfe tjt-mi complied by you and tti? rOttpDtii (b CBPT K P 0 BOX 1172 CUD tOft 10W 52734 Vouppn Will be liDnort-d kubmilUJ tit a i foliar of our moi-ch.ifjdno Of approved tli .iclittfl (or, intf Iho nsh of, such J it-Hi to Of WITH IS COUPON on any 6 10 or ]3-oz package of Kellogg'Bi Rtce corea (Offer limited to one coupon per package purchased ho StiOWM tipon buloa inX; Du.pmrl by Iho .con Burner QMor KOO'J only HI itje United Sin tot Punrto Cnrjsntt lutnd 0' (UStfiCtcU 11 Cofipotl biibjoel to on COmD'lCd WiHlfi 1 20 0( U1KELLOC05AVE5 COMPANY, KnHot c Coitip Cut along dotted line whenyoiiput iceKrispiesinyour Marshmallow Treats. Tis the season to enjoy an extra savings on KelJogg's Rice Krispies and extra-good Holiday eating with Marshmallow Treats. This delicious, crunchy confection takes only minutes to make. Requires no baking. Uses just three tasty ingredients: Rice Krispies, marshmallpws and margarine. So, clip the coupon and easy recipe. Put a dime in your pocket and tasty Marshmallow Treats on your Holiday table. MARSHMALLOW y_ TREATS '.i cup regular margarine or butler 1 pkg. (6 to 10 oz.) regular marshmallows, about 40, OR 4 cups miniature marshmallows 5 cups KELLOGG'S RICE KRISPIES coreal 1 welt-.margarine in large saucepan over heat Xdd marshmallows and cook, lOW I iwai. nrn SB Ml cool Yield: 24 squares, 2 x 2 inches Proceed ns directed m slop 2 .IBO.C J t. PUT SOME SNAP! CRACKLE! POP! B INTO YOUR LIFE WITH... Vv RICE KRISPIES ;