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March 08, 1974 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-08

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Friday, March 8, 1974-35
Israeli Students Find U.S. Peers Cindv Arelkin Bride THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friendly, Curious About Israel of jack 11-1. Shields June Wedding Set Gail Ressler to Ired
By HEIDI PRESS
Yael and Moti said stu-
for Fran Pfeffer DavidAlan Amster
"How come there are only dents in the black and Catho-

Israel Study Tour
,Set by American U.

Applications are being ac-
'epted for the American Uni_
versity's study-abroad pro-
gram in Israel at Tel Aviv
University for fall. Deadline
is April 1. For information,
write the Israel Year Abroad
Program, McCabe Hall 214,
the American University,
Washington, D. C. 20016.

10 Commandments and not
20? How many trees have
you planted in Israel?
Mordechai (Moti) Cohen,
18, was asked these and other
questions by second and
third grade students at Hillel
• Dr. Maury Seldin has been Day School on his tour of
/ named resident director of
the program. Professor and
director of the urban de-
velopment program at The
-rican University, he suc-
.s Dr. Harvey Lieber.
• The university offers un-
/ dergraduate students 40 col-
lege credits during an 11-
month academic year at Tel
Aviv University. The pro-
gram includes sightseeing
trips and visits to kibutzim
Aviva
Ilan
9.nd Arab villages.
Jewish, Catholic and black
schools in the area.
l YOUR WEDDING —
Moti, Yael Tamir, Aviva
BAR MITZVA
Schachner and Ilan Glanz,
all of Israel, were in Detroit
last week visiting schools
under the auspices of the Is-
WILL BE
rael Foreign Ministry. Their
visit here was arranged by
the Israel Consulate in Chi-
cago and the Detroit Zionist
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY
Federation.

lic schools asked similar
questions: What are your
schools like? What are your
parties like? Do you have a
drug problem in Israel?
When do you start dating?
and What kind of music do
you like?"

"I enjoyed every minute
in the black schools," Yael
said. "In the white schools,
I had to talk for five min-
utes before anyone asked a
question. In the black
schools, hands went up right
away."
She said black students
asked the kind of questions
that trouble them—questions
on crime, drugs, racial preju-
dice and religion. Through-
out, she said, the students
were friendly and anxious to
learn about Israel.
At a Catholic high school
for boys, Moti was asked
about the Palestinians. A re-
ligion teacher asked him to
be "objective" about the
Arab-Israeli situation.
"How can I be objective
when I am an Israeli?" he
replied.
Moti found the students at
Hillel Day School particular.
ly nice. "I felt as if I was
in Israel. The students asked
me to speak in Hebrew."
During the war, Moti was
sent home from his boarding
school to be with his family.
Yael, however, helped pack
uniforms with letters in the
pockets wishing good luck to
the soldiers. She also helped
package food.
Asked their reactions to
America, Yael remarked on
the vastness of the country.
"There is a lot in front of
you to see. You can travel
and cross (state) borders
without fear." Moti said he
was surprised at the Jew-
ish community's involvement
with Israel.
Following their visit in De-
troit, the four will visit Flint
and Columbus.

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Cindy Fran Nelkin became
the bride of Jack M. Shields
in a recent ceremony at
Cong. Beth Shalom. Rabbi
David Nelson officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nel-
kin of Marlow Pl., Oak Park.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Shields of Bridegton, N.J.
Linda Jacobs was maid of
honor. Mr. Shields was his
son's best man.
The bridegroom was grad-
uated from Franklin and
Marshall College in Lan-
caster, Pa. He is a student
at the Universidad Autonom a
de Guadalajara, Mexico.
Following a short honey-
moon, the couple will live in
Mexico .

Mazel Toy!

Readers of last week's
paper who were amazed by
the facial similarity between
Albert Vorspan (page 42)
and Robert R. Nathan (page

MISS FRAN PFEFFER

MISS GAIL RESSLER

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pfeffer
of Monica Ave. announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter Fran to Ralph Cohen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Cohen of Blackstone Ave.,
Oak Park.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ress-
ler of Kenwood Ave., Oak
Park, announce the engage-
ment of her daughter Gail
Ava to David Alan Amster,
son of Mrs. Sol Amster of
Addison Ave., Southfield, and
the late Mr. Sol Amster.
Miss Ressler, daughter of
the late Mr. Marvin Ressler,
is a senior in Wayne State
University's college of edu-
cation. Her fiance is a junior
at the Pennsylvania College
of Optometry.
A July wedding is planned.

Miss Pfeffer is a senior at
Wayne State University ma-
joring in sociology. Her fian-
cee earned a bachelors - de-
gree at the University of
Michigan where he is a ead-
uate student.

A June wedding is planned.

Cultural Calendar

of Events in Detroit Jewish Community

Week of March 8-14

March 11-8:15 p.m.—Opening session of Spring Seminar
Institute at Adat Shalom Synagogue. Free. 851-
5100.
—8:30 p.m.—Humanistic Judaism Lecture. Rabbi
Sherwin T. Wine: "Jewish Identity," at Bir-
mingham Temple. Admission.
12-8:30 p.m.—Shaarey Zedek Spring Lecture Series.
Arthur Cohen: "The Great Myth of the Jews:
the Coming of the Messiah." Free.

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Berniker has just returned
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