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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-02-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SPACE Lists Schedule of Its
Support Groups for March

SPACE, the National
Council of Jewish Women's
Greater Detroit Section -
sponsored service for di-
vorced and widowed men
and women and their
families will conduct sup-
port groups for the month of
March.
At 8 p.m. Monday, there
will be a four-week series of
divorce support groups for
men and women.
At 8 p.m. Tuesday the
continuing divorce support
series will meet for persons
who have previously par-
ticipated in a divorce sup-
port group. There also will
be a widowed support group
meeting for men and
women. These are four-
week series.
Beginning March 10 at
5:30 p.m., there will be a
children's support group
for those children who
have lost a parent
through death. This is a
weekly program for teens
age 14-18.
Drop-in discussion groups
will meet every Wednesday
evening at 8 p.m. through-
out the month. Both
widowed and divorced per-
sons are welcome. There

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Miss Salzberg
to Marry in June

also will be a four-week
series for men only.
At 8 p.m. Thursday, there
will be a drop-in for mature
widowed men and women
and on March 31, the young
widowed will have a drop-
in.
There is a charge for all
sessions. All meetings are
held at the offices of NCJW,
16400 W. 12 Mile, Suite
106, Southfield. For infor-
mation, call SPACE, 557-
9390 between 9 a.m. and 2
p.m. daily. Pre-registration
for widowed and divorced
support groups and work-
shops is required.
Meetings for the yearly
Forum '81 will meet 8 p.m.
March 12, 19 and 26 for
those who would like to vol-
unteer.

Readers
Forum

Materials submitted to the
Readers Forum must be
brief. The writer's name will
be withheld from publica-
tion upon request. No un-
signed letters will be pub-
lished. Materials will not be
returned unless a stamped,
self-addressed envelope is
enclosed.

Shylock Answer

MISS SALZBERG

Dr. and Mrs. Clarence
Salzberg of Birmingham
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Mindy
Sue, to Harry K. Siegel, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Siegel of Huntington
Woods.
Miss Salzberg earned a
BS degree in dental hygiene
and is pursuing a DDS de-
gree at the University of
Michigan. Her fiance is a
master's degree candidate
in business administration.
A June wedding is
planned.

Cystic Fibrosis
Bowl-a-Thon

The Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation's annual Bowl
for Breath will take place on
March 8 at 30 Detroit-area
bowling centers.
The event is open to all
kids and adults, bowlers
and non-bowlers alike.
Prizes are awarded to the
people who sign up the most
sponsors who pledge a
penny (or mare) for each
point scored in three lines of
bowling.
Prizes will be awarded.
Sponsor sheets can be
picked up at any of the par-
ticipating bowling centers.

Editor, The Jewish News:
The Vanessa Redgrave of-
fense taught me that net-
works maintain an attitude
of "art above all" and will
not censor nor inhibit the
flow of that art in any way.
And I suspect the BBC and
PBS will adhere to this atti-
tude and show "The Mer-
chant of Venice" as
scheduled, without as you
suggested, a follow-up edu-
cational program to counter
anti-Semitism.
Instead of hoping for the
networks to fight our battle,
we should initiate a pro-
gram, or series of programs,
dealing with anti-Semitism
as well- as the hatred for any
other ethnic group.
Instead of reacting, it's
time we acted.

Dorothy Mahlin

U-M Bus Tour
for Students

The University of Michi-
gan Alumnae Club of Bir-
mingham will conduct its
annual spring high school
bus tour of the Ann Arbor
campus 8:15 a.m. April 11,
meeting in the back parking
lot at Seaholm High School.
There is a charge, and
pre-registration is required.
For details, call Corinne
Opiteck, 645-2692.

Hillel Forming
Alumni Group

Hillel Day School is form-
ing an alumni association
composed of graduates and
students who attended the
school, but did not graduate.
Interes t ed persons should
contact Anaruth Bernard,
569-5605; Martin
Shenkman, 355-0350; or the
school office, 851-2394.

Business
Briefs

W. B. Doner and Co. for
the sixth straight year won
more awards than any other
Detroit area agency at the
Creative Advertising Club
of Detroit's 1980 annual
awards ceremony. Donor
received six gold Caddy's,
eight silver Caddy's and 23
merit certificates.

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• Choose From A
Large selection of rings
t :* watches and other fine jewelry
14 and 18 K GOLD

Friday, February 27, 1981

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Diamonds and Fine Jewelry

Thee services done on premises
• Jewelry Repair

• Watch Repair
• Restringing

No Job Too Small

* * *

Heidi's Salons will open
locations in the Fairlane
Mall in Dearborn in spring
and in Southfield in sum-
mer, respectively.

W El N T RAU

* * *

Wine Addition

"Where the customer comes first"
Quality jewelers for 3 generations

NEW YORK — Kedem-
Royal Wine Corp. an-
nounces the addition of Bar-
tenura Asti Spumante to its
catalogue of kosher wines.

All bankards honored
Mon.-Fri. 9 to 5 Sat. 9-3
23077 Greenfield Advance Bldg. suite 389 Sfld.

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