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March 23, 1984 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-23

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Friday, March 23, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Iran is topic of Wine talk

De Luca

DINING & COCKTAIL LOUNGE

Featuring The Finest Italian-American Foods
1008 N. WOODWARD AT 11 1/2 MILE • Royal Oak • 543 - 2626
OPEN DAILY 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
SUNDAY 4 p.m. to 2:30 a.m.

I DAILY LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS
• FAMOUS VEAL DISHES • STEAKS • PRIME RIB
• PASTA • PIZZA • BROILED & BAKED FISH
LENNY
AT THE PIANO BAR
RANDALL
MON. THRU SAT.

The Center for New
Thinking in Birmingham
will present a lecture by
Rabbi Sherwin Wine on the
rise of religious to-
talitarianism in Iran 2:30
p.m. Sunday at the Some-
rset Mall auditorium.
The center will sponsor a
lecture by author Walter
Jackson Bate 10 a.m.
Thursday at the mall. There

The Best.
The Biggest.

THE BRUNCH.

TOO

1920's BIG CITY BRUNCH

with Doug Jacobs &

THE
RED CARTER.

EVERY SUNDAY 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Adults $9.95 Senior Citizens $7.95
Children under 12 $5.25

Can 559-6500 for Reservations

Michigan inn • 16400 J.L. Hudson Dr. • Southfield, MI 48075

is a charge for each event.
For further information,
call the Center for New
Thinking, 546-8928.

Krickstein-Borg
Match at Cobo

Detroit tennis phenome-
non Aaron Krickstein will
face five-time Wimbledon
champion Bjorn Borg in a
challenge match April 2 at
Cobo Arena.
Also featured on the pro-
gram, which will begin at 8
p.m., is a match between
Vitas Gerulaitis and Bill
Scanlon.
For tickets or informa-
tion, call the arena box
office, 567-6000.

Spring race
in W. Bloomfield

Registration is now open
for the annual half-
marathon sponsored by
West Bloomfield Parks and
Recreation and the Henry
Ford Hospital West Bloom-
field Center. This year's
race is scheduled for April
15.
To register, call West
Bloomfield Parks and Rec-
reation, 334-5560.

ash
► sparagu
e stival

MARCH 12 - APRIL 22

Get a jump on Spring — where you can feast
on all sorts of exciting Asparagus appetizers
and entrees.

JUST LOOK AT ALL THE DISHES TO CHOOSE FROM:

APPETIZERS Cream of Asparagus- Soup • Asparagus Egg
Rolls • Fresh Buttered Asparagus • Tempura Asparagus •
Fresh Asparagus Hollandaise

LUNCH & DINNER ENTREES
Fresh Fillet of Sole with
Asparagus • Fresh Asparagus
Quiche • Asparagus and Shrimp
Bisque & Salad Lunch • Chicken
Salad Croissant with Asparagus
• Asparagus Stir Fry • Chicken
Oscar • Salmon and Asparagus

Lunch $45 0
starts
at just

Dinner
sta at
starts

just

Meriwether's.

25485 Telegraph Road • Southfield • 358-4950

8 75

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

BACK IN JANUARY
1945, Lillian Rudack and
Art Plotkin graduated to-
gether from Central High
. . . Lillian went on to be-
come a teacher of special
education in Detroit and
Southfield .._. . and Art
entered the Army . . . re-
turning to also become a
teacher.
In the late '40s, Art's
brother Marcus, who had
returned from the 15th Air
Force in Italy, met Lillian at
the student center of Wayne
University . . . began dating
. . . and eventually Art was
made Lillian's brother-in-
law.
Mark is today a highly-
regarded tax attorney in the
law offices of Plotkin, Yol-
les, Siegel, Schultz & Polk,
P.C. . . . but a very large
void remains in his life .. .
Last September, Lillian
passed on after 34 years of
marriage.
Her dedication and com-
passion for children with
special needs was enormous
. . . working many hours
after school and showing
her concern with individual
attention for the
youngsters.
Mark and her fellow
teachers wanted to do some-
thing perpetuating Lillian's
memory . . . and so was born
the Lillian Plotkin Memo-
rial Fund at Southfield Pub-
lic Schools, which will be in-
itiated, April 8, 2 p.m., at
Southfield - Lathrup High
Auditorium.
Norman Plotkin, son of
Mark and Lil, will close the
program with presentation
of a check from dad and
their three children, Nor-
man, Carrie and Sanford .. .
Proceeds will go to the
SCAMP program for dis-
abled children . . . and to the
Orchards, a program spon-
sored by National Council of
Jewish Women for support
of emotionally disturbed
children . . . Reception will
follow . . . with refresh-
ments.
Lillian was a very won-
derful person . . . and Mark
is a real swell guy who I
have had the pleasure of
knowing for many years.
GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Irwin I. Cohn . . . at
Sinai Hospital.
CAN'T PLAY on softball
team unless you're over 50
years old ... This is the Oak
Park Northwest Recreation
League . . . Guys who can
handle the bat and glove
fairly well should call Merle
Bronstein, 559-4422, or
Milt Burg, 541-8430.
DR. SHELDON WHITE
opens new Advance Chirop-
ractic Health Center, April
2, on Southfield Road. His
brother is Rabbi Brian
White in New York . . .
Their parents are Shirley
and Larry White of this
area.
1964 GRADUATES of
Cass Tech are being sought
for 20-year reunion ... Call

Paul Grzebik, 525-5524, or
Hedy (Coblentz) Jacobson,
557-8335. -
ANNUAL AUCTION by
Jewish National Fund is
April 1, 7 p.m. at Temple
Beth El ... Toby Chudnow
is fund-raising chairgal
with items that sure aren't
April Fool's Day jokes ...
Two round trip tickets to Is-
rael, year's supply of ice
cream from Swenson's,
copier, gourmet dinner,
video game, Hotel St. Regis
"Affair d' Amour," etc. ...
Call Toby between 1 and
5:30 at 548-6404.

JOANNE MARWIL re-
cently celebrated sweet 16
with a spring fashion and
style theme luncheon at
Franklin Hills -Country
Club . . . Centerpieces were
made of avant garde junior
style pictures . . . and tak-
ing a jump into spring, a
junior high-style fashion
show was arranged from In-
genue in Applegate Square
on Northwestern Hwy.

MAIL DEPT. . . . "We
are very fortunate to have
the Jewish Center at 10
Mile. It is handy for the
seniors at the Federation
Apartments. There are pro-
grams to please everybody.
The entire staff, office and
kitchen, treat us like family
and are always pleasant,
courteous and helpful.
"I enjoy going there."
S. Moore

Brotherhood
Week marked

Bonn (JTA) — Brother-
hood Week;- which fosters
amicable relations between
Christians and Jews, was
marked by West Germans
this week. The principal
ceremonies, broadcast on
national television, were
held in Worms where the
first Jewish settlement
dates back to Roman times.
They marked, among
other things, the 950th an-
niversary of the first syna-
gogue in Germany. Speak-
ers stressed the need for
Germans to outgrow once
and for all the anti-
Semitism that has ebbed
and flowed throughout
German history, culminat-
ing in the Holocaust.

Medieval armor
at art institute

The Detroit Institute of
Arts will present "The Art
of Chivalry," an exhibit of
15th-19th Century arms
from April 4 to June 17.
The exhibit, which is on
loan from the Metropolitan
Museum of Art in New
York, includes 120 exam-
ples of arms, armor and
edged weapons from the
period.
For information on the
exhibit, contact the insti-
tute, 833-7900.

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