THE JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, June 3, 1966
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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The Best of Everything
By Danny Raskin
DURLNG THE MANY travels of
Mae and Phil Kramer, the high-
lights of their experiences seemed
to be centered around restaurants
* * *
THE FOOD AT THE Sheraton
in Tel Aviv is worthy of mention
. • • It has the finest dairy Smor-
gasbord they have yet tasted any-
where . . . But a bit of "together-
ness" had to first be enacted by
the couple . . Phil ordered steak
and Mae went for the Smorgasbord
. To their amazement, Phil was
given a table in the main dining
room and Mae was told to eat in
the dairy dining room . . . Phil
changed his order so they could
eat together and discovered that
dairy food could be pleasing.
A WORD OF ADVICE from Mae
and Phil . . . If you want good
food and enjoyable service in
foreign countries, go to a fine res-
taurant and let the headwaiter ar-
range your meal . .. They will go
to great pains to please you . . .
OF ALL CITIES they visited, the
most cosmopolitan and delightful
was Buenos Aires in South Ameri-
ca . . . It combines the flavor of
Old Europe and the charm of the
New World . . .
BACK IN ISRAEL they en-
countered the biggest thrill of
their trip when they met aunts,
uncles and cousins they had never
L ARC O 'S
Diary' Due Off
Press June 20
seen before ... One of the places
they were taken to was a night
club which was overcrowded and
noisy . . . You've never heard
"Diary Of The Sinai Campaign,"
"Hello Dolly" sound right, said
Mae, until you've heard it with an which created a furor of protest
when it appeared in Israel, will be
* * *
published in the United States by
IN WARSAW, two strangers Harper & Row on June 20.
were standing admiring a brand-
The author, Maj. Gen. Moshe
new shiny automobile . . . One
exclaimed enthusiastically, "A Dayan, planned and led the 1956
handsome machine, isn't it? Just assault against Egypt. A venture,
another triumphant exhibit of So- considered one of the most bril-
viet ingenuity and initiative." . . .
liant military campaigns of this
The other man said, "But that's an
American car. Can't you tell one century, which freed Israel from
the blockade placed on her rights
when you see one? Didn't you
know that?" . . . and the other of shipping in the Gulf of Akaba:
one said, "Yes, I knew it. but I_
General Dayan's book dispels
don't know you!"
the popular impression of t h e
* * *
incursion as a virtually faultless
NEXT TIME YOU'RE in New ; military exercise :. however, and
York try Benihana of Tokyo, W. , his frank recounting of military
61st St. . . . Surroundings are blunders infuriated many of his
serene, authentic Japanese with countrymen. He describes these
one of the two dining rooms over - mistakes in detail along with the
looking a charming enclosed gar-
complex strategies and movements
which won the war.
The military victory, he says,
HAL GUIST, former local deli-
catessen man now living in Florida established Israel's army as the
says it was such a pleasure to come strongest in the Middle East. It
back if only for a good corned freed Israel from the blockade on
beef sandwich. Hal says Detroit her shipping, put an end to terror-
is tops in the country . . . Accord- ism and sabotage from the Arabs,
ing to Ben Fink, another former and heightened the prestige of the
Detroit delly man, Detroit has the country with friends and enemies,
finest eating places in the country. he writes.
Ken Holtzman — Baseball's New Star
By JESSE SILVER.
lst. With the Cubs in 19615 he
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pitched four innings without re-
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Koufax is a left-hander. Holtzman the Dodgers in Los Angeles. He
only 20 has caught the fancy of pitched two hitless innings in re-
the fans because he is a full time lief against Sandy Koufax. He
college student and only a part followed this by hurling six shut-
out innings against the world's
Holtzman attends the new Chi- champions in his first major league
cago Circle campus of the U. of start. Holtzman was lifted after the
I 2 Blocks West of Livernois
Illinois, where he is an education sixth inning because he tired. The
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major with the idea of eventually Cubs went on to win the game 2-0.
becoming a high school French
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holtzman
teacher. He is also taking eco- were on hand in Chicago to wit-
nomics and business courses as he ness their son's first major league
may major in business administra- triumph. Mr. Holtzman is a ma-
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chinery salesman in the southern
Illinois-northern Missouri area.
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Holtzman's manager; Leo Du-
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sophomore year. The Cubs signed pean Zone Davis Cup tennis corn-
Ken to a bonus, reported to be petition. Eleazar Davidman led
about $65,000, and he finished the
to a 3-2 victory by winning
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both his singles matches and team-
SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING 1 league games, before being call- ing with Josef Stabholtz for a 6-3,
ed up to the majors on September 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 doubles win at Lisbon.
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