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June 01, 1979 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-01

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28 Friday, June 1, 1919

Love Run Aids
Dystrophy Fund


Meadow Brook Concerts Listed

Meadow Brook Music
has announced the
The Muscular Dystrophy
Association will benefit artists for its Wednesday
from America's Love Run, a evening variety series and
special promotion to be held other specially scheduled
during July to aid the MDA.
On June 27, comedian
Each participant is asked
to set a personal goal of Bill Cosby will entertain,
miles to cover during the - and the music of Herbie
month of July; and then Mann and the New Family
seek •pledges of at least five of Mann will be featured.
cents per mile. Participants
Other performers in-
will be eligible for prizes.
clude: Joan Baez, July 11;
For a registration form, Neil Sedaka, July 25; -Virgil
call the MDA district office, Fox and David Snyder, Aug.

Victor Borge will ap-
pear in a benefit per-
formance July 16. Future
programs include:
Preservation Hall Jazz
Band, July 23; and "4
Girls 4," Aug. 20-22.
For information, call the
Meadow Brook office, 377-

Many a man fails to be-
come a thinker for the sole
reason that his memory is
too good.
— Nietzsche

'Two by Two'

Play at Hilberry

The Hilberry Theatre will
present the musical, "Two
by Two," based on the Clif-
ford Odets play, "The Flow-
ering Peach," beginning to-
day. There will be seven
performances, including
two matinees: 2 p.m. Sun-
day and 2 p.m. June 10.
For information, call the
'theater, 577-3010.

The Jewish population of
New York City is now esti-
mated at two million.

Danny Raskin's

The Best of Everything

of rice pudding . . . you've
probably never had it like
that made in the kitchen at
Phoenicia, Woodward and
Buna Vista in Highland
Park . . . with chestnuts,
cinnamon, honey, etc.
In fact, it's just one of the
many good things by the
folks at Phoenicia . . . a fam-
ily operation owned by Leila
and Sameer Eid . . . Sam

What it takes

to create an affair
to remember.

First it takes outstanding experience. The kind Jim Joseff
has, our new Director of Catering.
Jim has catered for many of the finest restaurants,
clubs, and hotels in the Detroit area. And people usually
remember the affairs he's catered. Because Jim is
He'll create a very special customized menu based on
your needs and your budget.
And he'll help you choose the room that's just right
for you. . Whether it's one of our 18 function rooms. Or our
magnificent ballroom. In fact, Jim will attend to every
detail. And that includes working closely with our
new chef.
Chef Jean Cosperec is well-known for his creativity.,
His culinary specialties earned him the 1977 Chef of the
Year Award from the Chef's Club of Detroit.

Now Chef Jean is here to prepare luncheons, dinners
or buffets for your special occasions. Everything from
weddings and receptions . to dinner-dances and bar
Your guests will taste an-array of Chef Jean's original
dishes. Creations you won't find anywhere else. Like
Bastion de Crevettes a la Souveraine, a very tasty depar-
ture from shrimp cocktail.
It takes Jim Joseff and Jean Cosperec to create an
affair to remember. And now they're here at the Sheraton-
Southfield Hotel.

Call Jim Joseff about your next event
He'll make, it memorable. 557-4800.

Sheraton-Southfield Hotel




does most of the cooking,
but other members of the
family are in the kitchen
You could also call
Phoenicia more or less a
health food operation plus
very good Mid-Eastern fare
. . . It is the only place I
know that serves fresh car-
rot juice . . . along with fresh
apple juice.
Everything made there is
so very tasty . . . among the
On a recent visit, smil-
ing, courteous and effi-
cient waitress Phadia
Akery brought us a com-
bination bevy of good
things to eat . . . hommus
with tahini, baba gan-
nouge, taboulee salad,
shish kafta, stuffed grape
leaves, stuffed cabbage,
felafel . . . and baklava-
that deserves an extra
star rating . . . made with
pine nuts ... not greasy
or overflowing with
honey . . . only moist
enough for good-eating.
Phoenicia is an iptimate
place . . . seats only 80 .. .
nothing fancy.
People come to Phoenicia
from all over . . . especially
for the fresh carrot juice and
apple juice . . . and most cer-
tainly the excellent rice
pudding. –
Phoenicia can't be con-
sidered a "find" . . . many
others have' already dis-
covered it . . . and return to
satisfy their delighted pa-
laths for very good Middle
Eastern fbod.
in Farrell Shopping Plaza
on Southfield and 121/2 Mile
is now open . . . Louie Marr
and The Gypsies play every
Friday and Saturday night
from 2:30 a.m. to 5:30 a.m.
big Friday and Saturday
night specials at L.J.
Loophole's at Sheraton-
Southfield on W. Nine Mile
to be a complete 1 14 to 1 1/2 lb.
lobster dinner for only $10
. . . Will start June 14 . . . so
better start making reser-
vations now . . . that's quite
a deal!
12 Mile Rd., three blocks
east of Greenfield, still re-
tains its very authentic
Hungarian cooking . . . with
Sonja Szakal, owner with
husband Bob, making those
mouth-watering spe-
It is a very Hungarian
restaurant . . . but Little
Hungaria's biggest seller is
an Austrian dish . . . wiener
schnitzel . . . or just plain
breaded veal cutlets .. .
most delicious the way
Sonja makes them.
held, June 17 by the Attic
Theater Auxiliary . . . at
the Attic Theater,' 525 E.
Lafayette . ._. with viewing
time at 3 p.m. and the auc-
tion about 4.
There'll be wine and
cheeses available . . . and
it'll be' held under cover
outdoors with special hap-
penings to entertain those
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