Music: Thunderer


"Please tell Mr. Copper," a grizzled old man sat at dinner aboard train, "that the meat was excellent, the salad marvelous, and the pastry better than ever." The waiter came back. "Mr. Copper's compliments, and he reminds you, sir, that the soup was good too."

Fifteen times, over a span of twenty-five years, Chef James Copper has toured the U. S., serving the palate of Pianist Ignace Jan Paderewski. His has been an important post. Importantly he has filled it. He has granted interviews to pressmen...

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