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October 21, 1983 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-21

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36 Friday, October 21, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NOW OPEN
SUNDAYS

A man shall see faces,
that if you examine them,
part by part, you shall never

(The Best of Everything

(Continued from Page 35)
Kingsley Inn.
Admission is free to
guests staying at Kings-
ley ... others pay $15 per
person.
Kingsley becomes one of
the first hotels to offer re-
ntal computers . . . with in-
formation like price or
product availability ; client
files and sales reports and
financial reports obtained
immediately . . . Also, re-
ports can be filed, orders
placed and messages left at
any time of day or night in
the comfort of one's room .. .
Rental charges start at $18
a day.
What next?
GARY AMADON,
songster-guitarist, is now
Tuesday through Saturday
at Red Cedars, Telegraph
and Nine
Mile . . . His

guitar is not like the usual
. . . there are 12 strings for
From 4 p.m.
him to pluck.
GARY LICHTMAN,
Daily Hours:
president of Great Lakes
Region Superior Coffee,
Mon.-Thurs. 11-11
writes, "After all of the arti-
Fri.-Sat. til 12:30 a.m.
cles and copy which we have
Sun. from 4 p.m.
read relative to the ill ef-
Diamond Jim Brady's
fects of coffee, I thought you
PARTY PLANNING?
might like to present your
IV MEW AIMS!
readers with the other side:
From 30-500
"Serving The Best
Coffee is really a harmless
To the Best!"
Call Mary
pick-me-up! Drinking a
moderate amount of coffee
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makes you feel better, sci-
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entists say.
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"Sipping up to six cups of
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of brewed coffee per day
helps you wake up, feel
PRUDENTIAL TOWN CENTER
more alert and less
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fatigued, and peps up your
job performance.
352-8780
Covered Parking
"A major study shows
that the caffeine in coffee
ELEGANT BUT INEXPENSIVE
can make you stronger,
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fights boredom and even re-
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lieves certain types of
headaches. Said Dr. Sieg-
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VEAL DISHES • PIZZA • PASTA • ANTIPASTO sity, 'All the allegations
against coffee are ground-
STEAKS • CHOPS • SEAFOOD & MORE
less.' Drinking coffee in
moderation does not pose a
health threat to the average
American. It definitely
won't do you any harm.
"And Dr. Manfred
RESTAURANT AND PIZZERIA
Kroger, a professor of
food science at Penn
r:777,
m
State University, agreed,
`There is no persuasive
VOTED DETROIT'S BEST PIZZA BY MONTHLY DETROIT MAGAZINE (19$1-19$2)
evidence that moderate
HIGHLY RATED BY DETROIT'S LEADING NEWSPAPERS
71.•.::. -i;,..
-77:';'.',
.
amounts of caffeine are
: ,:•;;LI
LUNCHES DINNERS BANQUETS
harmful to the average
FAST TAKE OUT SERVICE
COCKTAILS
healthy adult. Sipping
DAILY SPECIALS
three cups of brewed cof-
fee per day can be an ad-
vantage. Coffee gives you
a life. It helps with wake-
fulness. It helps sharpen
alertness. And it will help
you with your work per-
.
formance.'
"Added Dr. F.J. Francis,
professor of food science and
nutrition at University of
Massachusetts, 'A moderate
amount of coffee is not going
to do you any harm. In fact,
it will actually do you some
good.' Brewed coffee con-
tains a far higher concen- .
tration of caffeine than in-
stant coffee — about twice
as much per cup — and
that's why you can drink
more instant coffee,' ex- ♦
plained Dr. Kroger.
"A study by the 20,000-
member Institute of Food
Technologists said, 'There is
no persuasive evidence that ♦
moderate amounts of caf-
feine (the stimulating in-
gredient in coffee) are ♦
harmful to the average ♦
healthy adult.' "


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