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Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ab-
rams of Rehovot, Israel, an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Shoshana
Lea Abrams, to Jack
Martin Simkovitz, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Wilbert Sim-
kovitz of Oak Park. Miss
Abrams holds degrees in
early childhood education
and in creative drama. Her
fiance earned his under-
graduate degree at Wayne
State University and his
_ graduate degree in Israel in
special education. An April
wedding in Israel is
planned.
* * *

atricia R. Harvey of St.
Clair Shores and Donald P.
_ a_ Harvey of Berkeley, Calif.,
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Donna
M. Galland, to Steven Jay
Raphael, son of Mrs. Hilda
W. Raphael of Southfield
and the late Mr. Boris J.
Raphael. A May wedding is
planned.

* * *

Mr; and Mrs. Carl
Leibowitz of Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Beverly
Joyce Leibowitz, to De-
nley Bruce Jacobson, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Jacobson of North Dakota.
Miss Leibowitz attends
Purdue University, where
she is a Master of Science
degree candidate in food

chemistry. Her fiance is in
the doctoral program in in-
organic chemistry at Pur-
due. A July wedding is
planned.

* * *

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Bookstein of West Bloom-
field announce the engage-
ment of their daughter,
Lori Beth Bookstein, to
Neal Alan Weinstein, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Weinstein of Oak Park.
Miss -Bookstein was
graduated from Interlochen
Arts Academy and attends
Providence Hospital School
of X-Ray Technology. Her
fiance was graduated from
Michigan State University
with a degree in physiology
and attends the Illinois Col-
lege of. Optometry. An
August wedding is planned.
* * *
Miriam
Judith
Lifschitz of Oak Park is
engaged to marry Robert
- Craig Iwrey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Jay Iwrey of
West Bloomfield. Miss
Lifschitz is a graduate of the
University of Michigan and
is currently pursuing her
master of social work degree
in gerontology at Wayne
State University. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joshua Lifschitz of South-
field. Mr. Iwrey is a
graduate of Walsh College.
A June wedding is planned.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 6, 1981 45

SPACE to Hold Forum '81 at Main Center

SPACE will present its The Total Person," "The Ides of
annual forum 12:30 p.m. March," "Journal Self-
March 29 at the main Therapy," "Making Sense Out of
Grief," "Positive Stress Man-
Jewish Community Center, agement," "Sex and Other
in cooperation with the Things," "Sharing Your World,"
"Single Parenting — The Double
Center.
Load," "Support System for Pos-
SPACE is the National itive
Living," " 'Talking Back' Is
Council of Jewish Women- Not 'Back Talk,' " "You, Your
sponsored service for Children and Sex," "What I Did
widowed and divorced men , for Love and Would I Do It
"What Is My Body Say-
and women and their Again?"
ing That I Don't Know About?"
families.
and "Why Should I Hire You?"
Nurses, attorneys, psy-
The forum will commence
with an address by Dr. .F. chologists, social workers,
Paul Pearsall, a psychol- insurance agents and others
ogist and director of the in related fields will staff
Problems of Daily Living the workshops.
For the children, there
Clinic at Sinai Hospital. His
topic will be "Survival of the will be a variety of activi-
American Family: Varia- ties. A daycare program will
be available for children age
tions on a Theme."
2-4. For children age 5-7,
The afternoon will con- there will be creative activi-
sist of a series of 21/2-hour ties.
workshops, a youth pro-
Children also will be in-
gram and dimier.
vited to participate in arts
Topics of the workshops and crafts, individual and
include:
team games, sports clinics
"Anger Without Aggression,"
and free swim. For these ac-
"Avoiding the Courtroom
tivities, children should
Battle," "Divorce, Remarriage
and Child Custody," "The Fam- bring clearly labeled gym
ily Tapestry," "Feeling De-
shoes, swimsuits and to-
pressed," "The Future Is
wels.
Yours," "Good Grief," "Helping
Youth age 8-10 will be
Children Achieve at Home and
at School," "Holistic Health —
able to discuss their feel-

ings in a session entitled,
"It's Not Fair." For 11-
14-year-olds, a program
on "I Am Lovable" will be
held. Teenagers age 15
and up are the targets for
a session, "Everything
You Want to Know About
Sex With the Opportunity
to Ask," for which the
teen's and parent's per-
mission is required in
writing.
Entertainment will be
provided by ARTY — Art
Renaissance for 'the Young,
featuring mime, art and

more.
Dinner will follow at a
separate charge and reser-
vations are required. For
registration blanks, call the
SPACE office, 557-9390.
There is a charge for Forum
'81. Registration deadline is
March 23.

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Midrasha to Begin Bargman
Talks March 18 at the UHS

The Midrasha — College
of Jewish Studies will spon-
sor the 25th annual Mina
and Theodore Bargman
Memorial Lectures on
March 18, March 25 and
April 1.
The theme for the lecture
series is "The Resurgence of
Anti-Semitism." Nathan
Belth, author and journalist
will open the series with a
lecture. on "American
Anti-Semitism" on March
18. Belth has published
widely on the subject of
anti-Semtism. His publica-
tions include: "Barriers —
Patterns of Discrimination
Against Jews," "Fighting
for America" and "A Prom-
ise to Keep; A Narrative of
the American Encounter
With Anti-Semitism.
Dr. Howard Sachar, his-
torian, Jewish educator and
author will speak on the
"Revival of European
Anti-Semitism" on March
25. Dr. Sachar is professor of
modern European, Middle
Eastern and Jewish history
at George Washington Uni-
versity. His publications in-
clude: "The Course of Mod-
ern Jewish History" and "A
History of Israel."
The third lecture in the
series will be presented
April 1 by Dr. Marshall
Sklare, professor of con-
temporary • Jewish
studies and sociology at
Brandeis University. His
topic is "Jewish Reac-
tions to Anti-Semitism."
Dr. Sklare's publications
include: "America's
Jews," "Jewish Identity
on the Suburban Fron-
tier: A Study of Group
Survival in the Open
Society."
The lectures on March 18

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The March 25 lecture will
be at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
The series is open to the
public at no charge.

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