THE JEWISH NEWS
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The Best of Everything
By Danny Raskin
PHIL FOSTER. who played the supply and that the British are ac-
Fisher Theater recently along with tually used to these portions . . .
George Gobel in "The Odd Couple," A few months later, Phil's cousin
tells the true story of his cousin has occasion to visit New York
who actually looks very much like for the first time on a brief busi-
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Phil right to the curly hair . . . ness trip . . . Phil invited him to
Phil's cousin lives in London, Toots Shores for (you guessed it) !
England, and while Phil played a steak dinner . . . When the food
Dinner at DARBY'S
the Palladium, he was invited out arrived, Phil's London relative was
one of the better restaurants to literally hypnotized by the huge
is a real treat
enjoy a steak dinner . . When steak . . . He finally exclaimed,
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the main course arrived, Phil look- "Back in England you could feed
ed down to a very small cut of a whole Bar Mitzvah with this!"
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meat as his cousin explained that
AL ROSENBERG of Albert of
choice meat is still not in plentiful
Birmingham-Bloomfield, also has
the catering concession at Ramble-
wood Swim & Racquet Club . . .
Howard Rosenberg, 16-year-old son
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
of Al and Sarah, is the managing
director (over one employe) and
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EXTREMELY CLEVER part of
pianist Joel Nash's act at Aged 'n
Rare in the Harlan House on W.
Grand Blvd., is an extrasensory per-
IN AN ATMOSPHERE
ception bit whereby he plays re-
OF ELEGANT SPLENDOR
quests written on a piece of paper
by his listeners . . . Joel's good—
at the Piano Bar from 8:30
no doubt about it
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, Jane 30, 1967
Excellent Book for Diabetics
Sufferers from diabetes will find
great aid in a very illustrative vol-
ume, "Diabetes for Diabetics," by
Dr. George F. Schmitt, published
by Diabetes Press of America, 30
SE 8th St., Miami.
The major value of this excel-
lently produced book is that it is
for the layman. Its story is told
with great simplicity, while cover-
ing all aspects of the problem
It is a dietetics volume and its
explanatory terms of food neces-
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Thus, It is an educational work
which will be found of great value
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At the same time, its excellence
emerges from the fact that it is
educational in every respect, that
it guides sufferers from diabetes.
The food values the book enum-
erates, the multicolored pictures
which illustrate the book, explain-
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evaluations of medicines and medi-
cal terms—all combine to give spe-
cial merit to .a most necessary
book on a vital subject.
DARBY'S WAS THE scene of
much clamor night of Wayne U.
graduating exercises recently . . .
Folks were lined up from one end
to another, all around the large
coffee shop and dining room sec-
El tions .. . The Skylight Room was
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also filled as Tommy behind the
bar and fine waitress Chris did
their usual excellent jobs of satis-
Discovered the secret years ago on how to cater
El fying the people . . . Charlie Dubin
on the piano is always good to
a perfect affair. Today only AL ROSENBERG
see and hear.
has that secret !
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AN ITALIAN DINNER at the
home of Kerry and Al Stutz is
exactly that, from the gourmet de-
light appetizer to the authentic
9 very thin bread sticks, Chianti
and garlic bread . . . From
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a most unusual spaghetti sauce
we've never tasted before ... Very
delicious and exceptionally tender
chunks of all-style meats are heap-
ed on the spaghetti with their base
of pure tomato sauce ... The des-
sert of chocolate eclairs were home
baked by Kerry, too . . . No won-
der Union Tire bossman hubby Al
Stutz is so particular about his food
whenever eating out .. . he's got
quite an example to follow in
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"What's so awful, he asks! Re-
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