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June 06, 1980 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-06

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42 Friday, June 6, 1980

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hillel Has Bowling League

Lanes West. The league will
meet on consecutive Thurs-
days. For information, call
Sora Direnfeld, 559-1577.
An oneg Shabat will be
held 8 p.m. June 13 at Cong.
Bnai Moshe, sponsored by
the Hillel Foundation and
The Jewish Singles. Rabbi
Louis Finkelman, Hillel di-
rector, will speak on
"Jewish Mysticism and
Superstition." Refresh-
ments will be served.
The Hillel Lounge, 667
Student Center Building,
on campus, will be open as
usual during finals week.
However, the cafeteria will
be closed until Sept. 2.
The Hillel House at 14400
W. 10 Mile in Oak Park will
be open as usual weekday
evenings.

The .Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation affiliate at
Wayne State University
will begin a bowling league
7:30 p.m. Thursday at Ark

A Little Gold For

I Bar Mitzva Is a Reunion

Activities in Society

The Bar Mitzva Saturday
of Herb Aronow will be the
occasion of a reunion be-
tween the Bar Mitzva's
father, Michael, and Rabbi
Max Weine, the rabbi who
officiated at the father's Bar
Mitzva 29 years ago.

* * *

The Bodzin Family
Club will meet 8 p.m. Sun-
day in the home of Yetta
Bodzin, 25300 N.
Montmartre, Oak Park. The
club will have its annual
picnic 6 p.m. July 2 at Oak
Park Major Park. The picnic
is coordinated by Pearlena
Bodzin, entertainment
chairman.

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* * *

'Dr. and Mrs. Charles
Kessler of Huntington
Woods were among the
guests at the premier open-
ing night benefit dinner
hosted by the Detroit Grand
Opera Association in cele-
bration of the annual Met-
ropolitan Opera Week in
Detroit. Mrs. Kessler is the
1980 advertising chairman
of the Detroit Grand Opera
Association.

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SHABOT
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The Aronows were mem-
bers of Cong. Beth Israel in
Camden, N.J., prior to mov-
ing to Detroit. The rabbi of
the congregation was Rabbi
Weine, a native Detroiter.
Since retiring from an
active role on the pulpit of
Beth Israel of which he is
rabbi emeritus, Rabbi
Weine joined Cong. Beth
Shalom in Oak Park.
When the Aronows
moved to the area, they
joined Beth Shalom and
renewed their acquain-
tance with Rabbi Weine.
In honor of the occasion of
the Bar Mitzva, the parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Bar-
bara) Aronow of Southfield,
will join their son on the
bima to hear the blessing
bestowed on hiln by Rabbi
Weine. Rabbi David A. Nel-
son will officiate and Cantor
Samuel Greenbaum will
chant the liturgy.

Runners from across the
state will participate in the
American Cancer Society's
third annual "Strides for
Life" marathon, beginning
8 a.m. June 14 at Hines
Park.
Participants may elect to
run the entire eight-day
marathon or just the 25
miles between Hines Drive
and Novi Road. The format
states runners must run five
miles then rest before ce -
tinuing 'with the next f
mile segment. Each runner
should have a minimum of
$100 in pledges in order to
enter.the benefit event.
Cross-state runners
will cover 25 miles a day
reaching the finish line in
Muskegon on June 21.
Food and accommoda-
tions will be provided for
these participants.
The public is invited. For
details, contact the Ameri-
cal Cancer Society, 557-
5353.






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1

Mrs. Molly Klein of
Southfield announces the
engagement of her daugh-
ter, Judy Diane, to Dr.
Howard Bruce Weinblatt,
son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Harold (Bess) Weinblatt.
-Miss Klein will attend the
University of Michigan in
the fall. Dr. • Weinblatt is a
graduate of the University
of Michigan and earned his
MD degree at Ohio State
University.
An August wedding is
planned.

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