The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 9, 1976 · Page 12
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 12

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A12 Palm Beach Post, Thursday, December 9, 1976 Fill Christmas Stockings With Apples, Professor Says GET ACQUAINTED Mm. We want you to visit our new store and we are offering this Christmas gift just for you ... ) a utsi ' UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (UPI) Dr. Loren Tukey is urging Santa Claus to use a stocking stuffer he says can clean teeth, battle common colds and relieve hangovers. Tukey is a professor of pomology (fruit culture) at Penn State University, which helps to account for his belief that an apple in the Christmas stocking can do all. three and guard against rheumatism, as well. "It's not a cure-all of course," he said, "but an apple works positively in all those directions. "Then there's the calorie count. A measly 60 for a big, juicy apple versus 120 or so calories for a very simple Christmas cookie." Tukey said the malic acid in an apple dissolves lime in human bodies and leaves behind a residue that aids recovery from colds, influenza, virus infections and hangovers. "And an apple's efficiency as a tooth and gum cleaner is 95.5 per cent," Tukey said. "That's 30 per cent better than your toothbrush." Tukey conceded that "some dentists pooh pooh the apple as a dentifrice, but one who did not was the late Dr. Fred Miller of Altoona, Pa., who came to be known as 'Mr. Apple' for his promotion of apple munching as a tooth aid." Tukey also would like to see host-, esses adopt a European tradition of serving fresh fruit, with a fruit knife alongside, for dessert. "Coring or peeling an apple at the table after dinner relaxes and stimulates conversation," Tukey said. He said some right-thinking executives have bowls of apples on their conference tables and in reception rooms. "And Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Mich., has replaced its cigarette machines with the sale of apples for relieving the tensions of doctors, nurses and visitors." Tukey says that while an apple goes to the core of the Christmas stocking problem, a gift apple tree can even top that given two or three years. ON ANY ITEM IN OUtl STOflEI A Wonderful Array of gifts from . . a l v v Ml S RENEGffiQE UPI Telophoto Tukey Is Pushing the Virtues of Apples . . . their health benefits are many, he says I, aetvie DAN POST THE PARSONAGE y j 1946 SOUTH CONGRESS i WEST PALM BEACH finest selection of INDOOR PLANTS & POTTERY dingo Nuclear Weapon Tested in Nevada LAS VEGAS (AP) - The government conducted an underground nuclear weapons test at Yucca Flats about 90 miles northwest of here yesterday morning, the Energy Research and Development Administration reported. Officials said the device produced a yield of less than 20,000 tons of TNT, and that there was no radiation leak into the atmosphere. ) blocks south of Fortst Hill Next to Winn-Diiio I tffliTTiTfriTVTin A 3328 FOREST HILL BLVD. 964-0255 (Just West of Congress Ave. Across from Cushmons Fruit) IF YOU'RE DREAMING OF A r II 1 s FX i ML. MS. 4tL4iV M GIFT-GIVING CHRISTMAS, JM HAS THESE ENTERTAINING IDEAS IMPORTED GOURMET CRYSTAL STEMWARE Look what's under wraps for the gourmet . . . Elegantly long stemmed crystal imported by Manor House " from Europe. Beautifully gift boxed set of 4. 12 oz. hock wine glasses, $20; 14 oz. all purpose wine, $18; 20 oz. gourmet wine, $20 10 oz. tulip champagne, $15; 15 oz. brandy glasses, $15 IMPORTED IITTALA GLASSWARE For the romantic frosty candlesticks from Finland lend soft lighting. 1212", $28; 9", $23; 7V4". $20. Gaissa bar glassware from Finland is handsome and practical Set of six. Highball, $48; old fashioned, $39; cordial, $27. WATERFORD CRYSTAL Exquisitely handcrafted crystal for those who appreciate the very best. Lismore by Waterford. Goblet, 15.75; wine, 15.75; champagne, 15.75; 12 oz. tumbler, $16; old fashioned, $16. ASSORTED SERVING ACCESSORIES For your favorite hostess or yourself! Old Master relish dish with glass liner, $40; Ice bucket, $60; Cheese server with copper and brass finish, teak cutting board, glass dome, 17.50; 3 qt. Etco chafing dish stainless cooking pan, copper finish, $55; tray, 14.50. Solid brass dinner bell with pewter owl top by Towle. Rings in C pitch. $15. Silver, at all jm stores except lauderhill prdan marsh A unit of Aiid Stertt FlOrtlOA SHOP ALL JM STORES MONDAYTHRU SATURDAY 10 AM T0 10 PM

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