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November 27, 1981 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, November 27, 1981

The Best of Everything

SERVING GREAT MEXICAN &
AMERICAN FOOD

r HAPPY HOUR

4 to 7 8 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.
HON.-FRI.

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It's pour special night out every
- Thursday at Ilurley's. With special
prices on drinks, live entertainment
and dancing. So make Thursdays special.

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(Continued from Page 36)
"One of our friends lost a
parent. Another couple
stayed home with a daugh-
ter who was getting di-
vorced. Some were out of
town. It was a sad New
Year's Eve not being to-
gether.
"One New . Year's Eve
memory starts running
into another. We re-
member when a few
couples ushered in the
year at the Statler Hotel.
The rest celebrated in a
room at the old Book
Cadillac at a party spon-
sored by a charitable
organization. We later
compared notes. The
consensus was it would
have been more fun if all
of us were together to
toast the new year. And
we vowed never again to
break the chain of friend-
ship and festivities.
"So when the Michigan
Inn opened in Southfield
and the manager offered a
special weekend deal for
New Year's Eve, we all
made reservations. The spe-
cial included dinner, a room
for the night and breakfast.
But some of the guys in ou;
party thought it was silly to
sleep in a hotel room.
Others stayed overnight
and threw a cocktail party
in one of the suites. But
something was lacking.
"Through the yeafs,
many of us decided it wasn't
worth $50 a couple and in-
creasingly higher to sip and
sup and make whoopee in a
restaurant with wall-to-
wall merry-makers on Dec.
31. Spending $100 fora New
Year's weekend at a hotel
didn't seem worth it. And as
prices soared, the spirit of
the new year plunged.
"Somewhere along the
way we decided New Year's
Eve wasn't as exciting as it
was cracked up to be.
Everyone tried so hard to
have a good time, expecta-
tions were high and we were
often disappointed. We
seemed to have more fun on
an ordinary night when
things weren't so hectic.
"We're older now and
wiser. We don't plan too
far ahead anymore. We
never know what the new
year will bring so we may
even usher it in quietly
with a toast for health,
peace and happiness.
"One of the last New
Year's Eves we remember
spending together was
when we saw 'Superman'
and had a late supper at the
elegant Jacques restaurant
in Bingham Farms.
"We don't know what
we're doing this New Year's
Eve. And somehow, it
doesn't seem that important
to us. But we'll probably
think of someplace to go and
welcome 1982 — hopefully
together."
QUESTIONS AND
ANSWERS .. . in the
knowledge and opinion of
Healthy Jones' Joan Wit-
tenberg.
My child loves popsi-
cies. Are there any with-
out sugar?
Natural Nectar came out

with a great popsicle made
with honey and all fresh
fruit juices. It is really de-
licious.
Is there anything like a
natural toothpaste?
Yes, there are several
different brands, regular or
with fluoride.
Is there any natural in-
sect repellant?
Yes, it's called Buzz Off
and it is a blend of natural
oils and herbs specifically
formulated to repel such in-
sects as flies, fleas and mos-
quitoes.
How about a recipe for
a malted milk?
The name of the recipe is
frosted banana malt. One
cup of milk, one ripe banana
quartered, one tablespoon
malted milk powder, one
large scoop of vanilla ice
cream (from the health food
store) and one egg. Blend for
15 seconds and serve.
Why is sea salt better
than regular salt?
Refined bleached over-
heated salt which pours eas-
ily is much higher in sodium
chloride and deficient in the
dozens of minerals and trace
elements found in natural
mined sea salt.
Is is possible to prevent
senility?
Abram Hoffer, MD, PhD,
has written a book called
"Nutrients to Age Without
Senility." He feels that
senility is a form of malnut
rition and can be avoided or
even reversed by sound nut-
ritional planning and
therapy.
Does Vitamin C act as a
laxative?
Yes, it is 'very helpful for
that and, of course, many,
many other things. It is one
of my favorite vitamins.
What minerals are most
required by the elderly?
Calcium, magnesium and
zinc.
Is milk good for you?
It is basically a good food.
It supplies lots of minerals
and numerous vitamins.
However, some humans do
not digest milk well and
then it is probably wise to
avoid it. Allergy to milk and
other dairy products is
widespread and the symp-
toms may vary from post-
nasal drip, migraine
headaches, hyperactivity,
depression and severe anx-
iety attacks. If you think
you are allergic, have a
food allergy test.
Where did you get all of
your recipes for your
menu?
I traveled around the
country, talked to other
chefs of natural food restau-
rants, read, experimented
and still keep trying to im-
prove all of the time. There
are lots of really good
natural food cookbooks on
the market today.

Music Program

Violinist Evelyn Berger
and pianist Barbara Mitch-
ell will present a musical
program 3 p.m. Thursday at
the Southfield Rehabilita-
tion Center.

On their own merits mod-
est men are dumb.

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Chorce of soup or salad, potato, vegetable. roll and butter.
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Cole slaw and roll
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Soup or salad and nod.
THURSDAY — 1.11/ER & ONIONS
Choice of soup or sated, potato and roll.
FRIDAY — FISH • CHIPS
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