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10 / Pt» MOINES REGISTER • W«d., Au|, 27, WS AMY By JACK TIPPIT oW%tt ~'^~ , '? Well, I'm „ 'H M tint you don't tuecMO, kMp on TRY- 1(9Q oneo at«ln .., how 'bout a M||tr •!• Dill adds delicious dash to chicken By DOROTHY YEGL1N Dill has gone with "pickle" so long we've almost forgotten this seasoning has a personality of its own. Almost, but not quite. The cook who's on first-name terms with it knows that a teaspoon or two of dill seed is an excellent addition to chicken gravy, sour cream sauce, fish and seafood sauces. And that cottage cheese mixed with dill seed and allowed to stand an hour gives a bright boost to a hot- day meal. The herb is also a perfect accent for vegetables such as green beans, cabbage, zucchini and potatoes. Vegetable and seasoning are heated together 5 to 10 minutes for full flavor. Both dill seed and the leaves, called dill weed, usually are sold in the whole form. The plant, a member of the parsley family, has been used for centuries, not only as a spice but as a medicine and in would-be magic potions. Sample for yourself how dill adds dash to chicken. The unexpected hint of dill weed gives special flavor to this casserole that includes rice, mushrooms and crunchy celery slices topped with a garland of broccoli flowerets. Canned chicken gravy is the handy base. Onion and a bit of sherry also add character to this mcal-in-a-dish that easily could qualify for a company table. Make sure you use only the freshest dill weed for this and other recipes. When you open the jar, the essence should come out to you; you shouldn't have to sniff for it. Crush the leaves between your fingers just before adding to the mixture. This releases all the flavor locked inside. DILLED CHICKEN-RICE BAKE 2 packages frozen broccoli 3 cops cooked rice spears, thawed and drained 2 cups cooked chicken (or turkey) 2 caps sliced celery, cat IB %-tach slices 2 tablespoons dry sherry 1 teaspoon dill weed, crashed V« teaspoon salt teaspoon white pepper % cop batter or margarine % Ib. fresh mushrooms, sliced (optional) % cup chopped onion 1 medium garlic clove, crashed 2 cans (1<M 01. each) chicken gravy Trim broccoli flowerets and reserve for garnish. Coarsely chop .talks; set aside. In large pan, melt butter. Add mushrooms, onion and garlic; saute over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until onion is tender, about 5 minutes. Stir in chicken, celery, chopped broccoli stalks, sherry, dill weed, salt and white pepper. Cover and cook over low heat, stirring constantly, about 5 minutes. Pour mixture into ungreased 3-quart casserole. Cover and bake at 400 degrees 30 minutes. Uncover; garnish top with a circle of flowerets. Bake uncovered 10 minutes more or until center is bubbly. Makes 6 servings. Postal workers seek legal right to strike WASfflNGTON, D.C. (AP) The nation's postal workers, having ratified a labor agreement obtained under threat of an illegal strike, now are pushing for legislation to make legal a nationwide mail strike. The largest of four postal unions, the American Postal Workers Union, announced Monday that its members had 7192 Girls and hoys will Inve (o sport this stripe-happy set' Pattern 7192. Child's Sizes 4-10; cap, S, M. L. Send $1 for each pal- tern. Add 25c each pattern for first-class mail and handling. Send to: Alice Brooks Needlecraft Dept, Des Moines Register, Box 127, Old Chelsea Sta., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Name, Address, Zip and Pattern Numhpr. ratified a new three-year contract with the U.S. Postal Service. Slight Strike Chance This action,, together with the earlier ratification by the National Association of Letter Carriers, virtually rules out the possibility of a strike by the nation's 600,000 postal workers now. "Now, we are going to turn our attentions to trying to get the legal authority to strike," said President James H. Rademacher of the lettercarriers' union. Rademacher said the recent negotiations with the Postal Service were "demeaning and insulting" because the unions had no right to strike. "That is something that postal management could and did flaunt across the bargaining table at us," he said. Agreement Reached Rademacher and other union leaders threatened to strike anyway if an agreement could not be reached. But an agreement was reached July 21 with the help of federal mediators in what the Ford administration called the most important labor negotiations of the year. The postal workers won scheduled raises totaling $1,500 over three years plus continued cost-of-living increases. They also retained a clause prohibiting layoffs. The Bill The bill to allow strikes by the 600,000 postal workers is expected to come before the House Post Office Committee next month. The legislation was approved by a subcommittee headed by Represntative Charles H. Wilson (Dem., Calif.) who sponsored the bill. "In my opinion we don't yet have a majority on the full committee. We have some work to do," Rademacher said. Francis Filbey, president of t h e Postal Workers union, agreed with that assessment, adding, "I would hope we could change some minds on the committee." DR. STUART BALLfiR Tti* ftawtttr'* l*w* N*«t t*me* OSKALOOSA, IA. - Services fof Dr. Stuart Bailer, 72, of Oskaloosa, who died Sunday at his home, will be at 11 a.m. today at Cfentrat United Methodist Church here. Dr. Bailer retired as assocl ate dean of research at William t>enn College here in 1973 after seven yean on the college staff. Survivors include his wife two sons, eight grandchildren and two brothers. DR. LUMIR VANB TflV RVfnMrv IvWI MtW9 StrVlCt CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. - Ser vices for Dr. Lumir Vane, W a Cedar Rapids dentist who died Tuesday, will be at noon today at Turner Chapel East in Cedar Rapids. Dr. Vane prac ticed dentistry here for M years before retiring in 1973. Survivors include his wife, a son a daughter, four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. MRS. CLYDE McFARLAND TM MtfUHr't |*wt Ntwt f trvle* MONTEZUMA, IA. - Service., for Mrs. Clyde McFarland, 84, of Montezuma, who died Monday at a Grinnell hospital, will be at 2 p.m. today at Stef fy's Funeral Home here. Survivors include two sons, including William of Des Moines, two daughters, 10 grandchildren, is great-grandchildren and a sister. MARY AGNES LANE TIM KHftfer* lew* New* (trvic* CASCADE, IA. — Services for Mary Apes Lane, 94, of Cascade a nurse who died Monday at her home, will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Martin's Catholic Church here. She was former nurses superintendent at Mercy Hospital in Clinton. Survivors include two sisters. DOUGLAS E. WILLIAMS TIM HMIlWr't lowt Ntwt Itrvle* MADRID,. IA. - Services for Dougas E. Williams, 19, of rural Madrid, who was killed Monday in a motorcycle-train accident near Madrid, will be at 3 p.m. today at the Sund- jerg-Kirkpatrick Funeral Home here. Survivors include his parents, two sisters, a brother and his maternal grandmother. MRS. ALBERT FRIEDRICH Tht RtiliHr't Itwt Ntwi Itrvle* SIBLEY, IA. — Services for Mrs. Albert Friedrich, 74, of Sibley, who died Monday at her home, will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the First Baptist Church here. Survivors include her husband, two daughters, six grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. ARTHUR MILLER Tin Rtflittft Itwt N*WI Itrvle* HUMBOLDT, IA. - Services for Arthur Miller, 83, of Humboldt, who died Tuesday at a Humboldt care center, will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Lindhart Funeral Home here. Survivors include a son, a daughter, nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. MRS. HUBERT LANGE The *«|llt*r't l*w* N*wt Strvlc* DUBUQUE, IA. - Services for Mrs. Hubert Lange, 63, of Dubuque, who died Tuesday at a Dubuque hospital, will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Holy Ghost Catholic Church here. Survivors include her husband, a son and a sister. NELLIE SNYDER Graveside services for Nellie Snyder, 90, of 3216 First St., in Des Moines, formerly of Winterset, who died Sunday at her home, will be at 11 a.m. today at the Wintered Cemetery. She had lived in Des Moines the past 20 years. There are no immediate survivors. Fire routs 25 in Rock Island ROCK ISLAND, ILL. (AP) Fire destroyed a half-block near the downtown Tuesday and forced the evacuation of 25 residents. No injuries were reported. The owner of most of the property, Marge DePaw, said the fire caused $500,000 damage. The two-story structures housed four businesses, including a restaurant, night club and tavern, with apartments on the top floors. The fire's cause was not known, but Fire Chief Glen Ayres said he believes it started in the restaurant. 4 'Ham and Sandwich' sign post Is stolen DEAL, ENGLAND (AP) One of the world's most photographed signposts has been stolen from a country lane near here, police said Tuesday. The signpost reads "Ham and Sandwich." Ham. population 55, is a village two miles from the town of Sandwich, population 4,000, in Kent County. i Women celebrate signing of 19th Amendment RfeOlSttft *H6tO BY W. L. TAYLOR Janet Hllenun carries her son, Christopher, Itt, Tuesday while Mary Ann Campbell carries a sign during a National Organisation for Women (NOW) celebration at Seventh Street and Grand Avenue here Tuesday. The local women sang, distributed literature and presented skits on the fifty-fifth anniversary of the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment, which granted women the right to vote. NEW YORK, N.Y. - Women around the nation celebrated a 55-year-old victory on Tuesday by pledging to fight for further gains in their struggle for full equality. Most of the activities mark- ng the anniversary of the rati- i c a t i o n of the Nineteenth Amendment giving women the right to vote were low key in contrast to the fervor of previous equal rights demonstrations. President Ford declared his determination "to make our government a showcase of equal opportunity." He said Women's Equality Day "reminds us of how much more needs to be done to make equal •pportunity a reality in our na- ional life." One of Mr. Ford's staff members, Patricia Lindh, a presidential assistant on women, said in a speech in Kittery, Maine, that the federal government remains a male-dominated institution. But she said there are signs »f progress. "Bit by bit, bill by rill, case by case and decision >y decision, we are closing the gap," she said. The National Organization for Women (NOW) sponsored a series of demonstrations around he country focusing on everything from equal employment opportunities to crime in the streets. ERA Goal A major aim of some of the demonstrators in ratification of he proposed Equal Rights Amendment banning discrimination because of sex. The amendment must be ratified by 38 states by 1979 to become law and thus far has won approval in 34. Some of Tuesday's celebra- ions harked to the days of the .uffragettes. Three women who ought for adoption of the Nine- eenth Amendment and who 'oted for the first time in 1920 were special guests as Pennsylvania Gov. Milton Shapp signed a proclamation designating Aug. 26 as Equal Rights Day. Gov. Daniel Walker of Illinois prepared to sign a bill making he birthday of suffrage leader eraor, Ella Grasso of Con necticut, said in a broadcast interview that she was remiss in not takiiig an earlier interest in the women's movement. "I had gone around plodding and doing my work while all this great movement was swirling around me," she said. "I should have done more to help others." Radio station KFWB in Los Angeles featured women as guest announcers and news commentators on Tuesday. Among those on the-schedule were Superior Court Judge Joan Dempsey Klein and several actresses. Women Hosts WBUS, an all-jazz station in Miami Beach, produced 24 hours of programming with women hosts. Guests included leaders in the women's movement and from government and business. "The feedback is tremendous," said WBUS manager Joe Rico, adding that the station's call-in lines had been busy all morning. "Women are calling to say they didn't want to leave the .house because they'd miss something." The Memphis, Tenn., chapter of NOW organized an early evening "Women's March Against Violence." Julia Howell, vice- president of the group, said: "Women do not really have the right to walk the streets of Memphis at night for fear of rape. We hope to draw public a 11 e n t i o n to the problems here." And in New York, the NOW chapter planned a "street theater action" in front of the offices of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Susan B." Anthony a state holiday. The U.S. Postal Service chose Seneca Falls, N.Y., scene of the 'irst women's suffrage convention in the United States, to ssue a commemorative stamp celebrating 1975 as International Women's Year. "Some day I hope that women will be equal enough so that we don't have to issue a stamp about it," said Mirian Schott- and, who designed the commemorative issue featuring a ;olden female biological symbol against a white background. "It's a little scary that we lave to have a whole year to declare ourselves equal and we iave to pass laws and issue stamps stating that we're equal," she added. Majority All Women Women today are in the ma- ority, comprising more than ialf the U.S. population. A Genus Bureau survey also showed that almost four million more women than men voted in 1972, although the percentage of eli- ;ible , women actually casting )allots was smaller than the jercentage of eligible men who did so. Th* nation'i only woman gov- CANT IDENTIFY BLUFFS BODY By ALAN KOONSE Attempts to identify the body of a man found in the Missouri River south of Council Bluffs have been unsuccessful, Pott a w a 11 amie County authorities said Tuesday; Pottawattamie County Sheriff Lynn Ford said the badly decomposed body of the man, believed to be about 40 years old, was found about, 1:30 p.m. Monday, in an inlet on the Iowa side of the river by two Bellevue, Neb., fishermen. Officials have not determined how long the body was in the water. "We are handling it as a questionable death because, at this point, we don't know whether foul play was involved or not," Ford said. Officers are checking descriptions of persons known missing from the area with the description of the body. The body is being examined by Dr. Samuel Rosa, county medical examiner, and the cause of death has not been determined Ford said. Billings 1 burial AUGUSTA, GA. (AP) - John Shaw Billings, 77, the first managing editor of Life magazine and an early managing editor of Time, will be buried Thursday at a family cemetery near Beech Island, S.C., a family spokesman said. FOR WAN1 ADS CALL K) 00 i 00 NO TOL1 IN- ALL CALL WintMRitN J MMhai^i^r OIRIIIUII i., Ciilfornli Mint*., win • p*ny tf St. =Jg^ r ^rifi.r-rp^ kO!»ELI,-BaiEN*OB!!. Wfa^Pnti %', B^»«W»*J»IILH..i M. Imer ffl&» •unerst Horni! Mr*. .H««r Cunnlngnan East Shtridin, win M 1 wsdmidty tt th* Fun*r*1 ^HOUm II Hem*! PARK l. 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