The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on December 29, 1964 · Page 39
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THE CINCINNATI LNl(UKfcK Doctor Says 9 ti4 s "i 71 rase 43 LB J s tiealtli Cv jj 1 combined, the White House said, with questions submitted by 10 or 15 other reporters and answered together. Like Drs. Cain and Hurst, Admiral Burkley said Mr. Johnson now shows no evidence of the heart attack that felled him in 1955. He answered with a "no" a question whether the President keeps an electrocardiograph in his wallet to show friends. The admiral implied but didn't say outright that the President was asked to drink less milk after the trouble in mid-1963. Admiral Burkley also was asked to what he attributes the President's ability to carry on a rigorous routine, considering his 56 years and his history of heart attack. "Complete recovery with excellent general physical fitness and ability to relax on short notice," the Admiral answered. assistant to the internal revenue commissioner, will replace Mr. Cohen as IRS chief counsel. He announced, too, that Frederick K. Demlng, president of the Federal Reserve Bank in Minneapolis, will become Undersecretary of the Treasury for monetary affairs, succeeding Robert V. Roosa who is resigning at the end of the year. In an end-of-the-year report on Mr. Johnson, Rear Adm. George G. Burkley found no fault at all with the condition of the President other than in the matter of weight. Admiral Burkley said Mr. Johnson weighs about 205 to 210 and to a question whether he considered this the desirable level, he answered: "would like to keep it in 200-pound area." , This is about 10 pounds over what some other doctors say Mr. Johnson should weigh. JOHNSON CITY, Tex. P President Johnson picked a new chief tax collector Mon-csy, poured over the budget to spend the money that comes in and got a briefing at dusk on the whole International situation. All this came shortly after his No. 1 doctor pronounced the President in excellent health and predicted he'll withstand the strains of the next four years in the White House "in outstanding fashion." And the physician disclosed, in passing, that President Johnson is a bourbon-and - branch - water - before-dinner man. THE PRESIDENT announced to newsmen he picked chief counsel of the Internal Revenue Service, Sheldon S. Cohen, to be the new IRS commissioner. He said Mitchell Rogovin, President Johnson ... fit as a fiddle They were interviewed by Frank Carey, Associated Press science writer, after they had examined Mr. Johnson earlier this month in Washington. Mr. Carey also submitted written questions to Admiral Burkley. These were ""-'tl """" w in -" , TSwi,, -ftfoft i r-A"r-ii i i ii ... ecutive manager for the food and beverage services there. Mr. Nicolet comes from Switzerland. Wishing A Happy New Year The restaurateurs of Greater Cincinnati join me In wishing you the best of health and happiness in 1965. Their "resolution" and mine too, is to be of greater assistance to you in your dining out pleasure. You can rest assured that all of us, including the Cincinnati Restaurant Association and the Ohio State Restaurant Association too, are always at your service and very deeply concerned with your approval of our activities. OPEN NEW YEAR'S EVE 'TIL 2:30 A. M. NO COVER NO MINIMUM Plus tuoirb inttrtainnwtt CHESTER . BIELSKI Swiss Import GALA II NEW YEAR'S EVE PAUTY ( Wat the piano 111' ' S4' ..If J tWCIHC KTHlBEAUTirX J APPLE TREE : COCKfUllOUNSE romw ima McClain CZ3 J if uz.S tt ittM raw 141 mm -- Lamplite Patio Restaurant, 1 Shelby Street, Just off Rt. 8, Bromley, Ky. provides a quiet, relaxing destination, just a short drive from downtown Cincinnati. Elmer Graydon is the maestro behind all the good food. Party rooms are available too. Director of restaurant operations for the three Cincinnati Holiday Inns is William Attick, most recently of Stouffer's Louisville Inn. Welcome to the Queen City scene. nn . Wi wmt nmitHiHMiHT Fred Nicolet A. J. Elsaesser, proprietor of the Carrousel Inn, has announced the appointment of Fred Nicolet as ex- save on our exclusive Concord heirloom spread 9.99 rcg. 11.98, tuin size Only at Pogue's in town . . . and at a remarkable savings! This fine Concord spread in the Lady Richmond pattern, reminiscent of the colonial era . . . has boullion fringe. Machine washable and dryable . . . won't shrink, it's lint free, doesn't require ironing. Choose snow white or antique white. Full size, reg. 14.98 . . , 10.99 Domestics, Fourth Floor , . . also Kenwood & Tri-County GASLIGHT RESTAURANT v.v.vAw.v.M,.vv.v.v.... Dine Out NEW YEAR'S DAY At THE FIRESIDE BEN S. CASILEMAN'S Make Reservations Now NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE $5.50 Per Couple Cover, Favors & Smorgasbord DANCING WITH BOBBY GRAYSON'S 5-PIECE ORCHESTRA DINE BY CANDLELIGHT ON NEW YEAR'S DAY All-Whit Linen Samica-Without Coar Chargo New Year's Day Special Menu: Reiit Lonf Island duck with chestnut aVaisini, wina ef yeur choice Included: lobster Newhurg prime rib of beef au ius. chamiagno included; beted Virginia hem wiffi fruit sauce; cbeic round sleek, Swiii style; Chateau-briand I la champion saute; roast loin of pork with dressing and glued applen plus many other selections oil moderately priced. SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU WHOLESOME FOOD AND FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT 4 f. M. TO 8 P. M. NEW YEAR'S EVE 12 NOON TO 8 . M. NEW YEAR'S DAY All Other Days and Evenings-Regular Schedule 7713 HAMILTON AVE. (Mt. Healthy) call 52 1-7720 EXCEPTIONAL GERMAN, FRENCH AND AMERICAN FOOD Monfort Heights Shopping Center North Bend it Cheviot Rd. 662-6162 1501 DIXIE HIGHWAY. ROUTE 25-42 COVINGTON, KY. 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MENU ASSORTED RELISHES FLORIDA FRUIT SUPREME ROAST PRIME RIB OF BEEF au jus CRESSON BAKED IDAHO POTATO BROCCOLI, HOLLAND AISE SAUCE PRINCESS SALAD MOCHA DELIGHT ASSORTED HOT ROLLS BEVERAGE $7.50 per person Includes FAVORS, SOUVENIRS, DANCING STRIPS FILETS T-BONES OR PRIME RIB of BEEF COMPLETE DINNERS $3.95 ifitJAWtt.b r Vv iA, IfAlil mm 5. PWMi I I OPEN HOUSE New Year's Eve no cover ... no minimum . , . frea hats ana' nolsemakers. Private Rooms Available -Call 821-1764 CASUAL PARTY COCKTAIL LOUNGE 9 P.M. to 2:30 A.M. DANCE TO JIMMY WILBER TRIO No Cover No Minimum No Increase in Prices SNACKS SOUVENIRS FAVORS 12 "i.-.'t-?u. m 1 Enjoy dinner with us before!; or after seeing "My Fair Lady" I Ltif)CNerW 7605 READING ROAD JUST A FEW STEPS SOUTH OF VALLEY THEATRE MENU FOK NEW YEAR'S DAY Served 1 to 8 P. M. FRESH FRUIT CUP ASSORTED RELISHES SEAFOOD COCKTAIL CHICKEN BROTH CREAM OF FRESH MUSHROOM SOUP ROAST ?OUNG TURKEY, CHESTNUT DRESSING, GIBLET GRAVr, FRESH CRANBERRY SAUCE CHOICE PRIME RIB OF BEEF, AU JUS BAKED VIRGINIA HAM, SAUCE ORLEANS BEEF STROGONOFF WITH EGG DUMPLINGS BROILED GEORGIAN BAY WHITE FISH DICED CREAM POTATOES PARISIENNE POTATOES FRESH CAULIFLOWER, AU BEURRE CREAMED NEW PEAS BROCCOLI HOLLANDAISE SAUCE TOSSED GREEN SALAD BIBB LETTUCE SALAD FLORIDA SALAD CHOICE OF DRESSING LEMON CREAM PIE CHOCOLATE ECLAIR HOT MINCE PIE ASSORTED ICE CREAM ENGLISH PLUM PUDDING, RUM SAUCE HOT ASSORTED ROLLS & BUTTER BEVERAGE SYCAMOLIE SEHdnos j CINCINNATI'S ORIGINAL FLOATING RESTAURANT Wishes You A Very sale! PogMtc's exclusive BuPont Bacron pillows 2 for MD reg. 5.98 ea. Resilient, cloud-soft Du Pont Dacron polyester fiberfill pillows give you so much comfort! Pretty blue and white print cotton tickings, overall size, 21x27", Petite Rose pattern. 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