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'Nixonburger' for dinner?
containing 42 kinds
NEW CANAAN, Conn. (UPI) - President Nixon suggested fish,
and Agriculture Secretary George Schultz recommended cheese to
housewives eager to beat meat prices. Now, some housewives are ask-
ing the two to eat their own words.
They have compiled a cookbook with 42 varieties of "Nixonburger,"
including one from Donald Lovley of Winsted, Conn., which called for
one teaspoon of Watergate to be added "when no one is looking.'
LOVLEY SAID the ingredients should be fried "in a bit of special
interest oil. Serve on meatless days only, usually Sunday, Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday."
His entry was the only edible one.
The collection of recipes had its origin during the April meat boy-
cott and followed the suggestions of Nixon and Schultz. The contest
itself was sponsored by the New Canaan Democratic Town Committee.
THE BOOK is dedicated "To the man who has made meatlessness
a way of life in America," says Mrs. Lester Brooks in the foreword of
the paperbound recipes. The cover features the President sandwiched
in a bun with the words: "Let them eat fish, cheese, nuts."
Eight women put the book together and one, Marilyn Dereyna,
did the drawings. The women particularly recommended "Dandelion-
egg Nixonburger" and "Pecan Nixonburger," and the "Soy Polloi Nix-
The book, containing hundreds of recipes from Connecticut, New
York, New Jersey and Vermont, was introduced at "the great Nixon-
MRS. BROOKS said it was all well and good for Nixon and Schultz
to suggest fish and cheese, "but why should it be the consumer who
should be punished?"
The five winning entries were sent to the White House, but Mrs.
Brooks says, "We suspect they were turned over to the bomb squad."
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and no vocals. defunct group 'Meadowmuffin'),
Playing "together" now, they Larry Warner on bass and Al Hill
mix Mike's mellow and Amanda's on keyboards give out a good but
true-country gutsy voice to cre- relatively weak sound. By the
ate a distinctive sound. Catch time they do their scheduled gig
them sometime this summer- at Bimbo's on the Hill next week,
they play every Monday at however, they will have added
Flood's. drums. Eventually they plan to
Meanwhile, a new group was strengthen themselves with even
auditioning Monday at the Pret- more instruments. -
zel Bell. Big Berger and the Robison's guitar work is good
Delitones offer So's and 60's re- (esbe ossetc
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TUES., July 10-7:30 P.M..
Natural Science Auditorium
Come and hear how you can get involved in volunteer
work with people in prisons, schools, day care centers,
mental hospitals, halfway houses, homes, etc. Also, T-
groups will meet this summer.
1-3 CREDITS PSYCH 201
For more info call 764-9279 or stop by
at Intro Psych (Cornerhouse) 554 Thompson
JANE FONDA here emerges as probab-
ly the finest screen actress of her gen-
IT WAS PURE nostalgia . .
songs like "Romeo and Juliet,"
the Drifter's "Ruby Baby," Pres-
ley's "Teddy Bear" and the
Coaster's "Poison Ivy."
Jonny Robison on guitar (you
ber was a highlight to the set.-
Whether or not they'll be P-
Bell regulars is yet uncertain.. .
but do catch a bit of nostalgia
with them at Bimbo's on the Hill
Donald Sutherland mfl
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