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April 26, 1991 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-04-26

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good about themselves and
to show them there are good
people out there. What we
are doing is a mitzvah," she
said.
Despite the difficulties, the
students are learning to en-
joy the experience.
"I feel like these kids here
are new friends," said Jason
Weiner, 15, whose brother,
Josh, is also in the class. "I
think they like it when we
come. I feel more comfor-
table here because I'm
among real people. We can
be ourselves here."
As for residents Charlene
and Joseph, they have
gotten used to the weekly
visits. "It's nice to have
someone to talk to. I feel like
I could be friends with some
of them," Charlene said.
"I'm learning to under-
stand other people and how
they have to live," said Tori
Stollman, who felt she broke
through Charlene's defenses.
"I feel like I can com-
municate with them," said
Marina Geller. "At first, it
was difficult. But I decided
I'm going to be who I am. If
they don't like it, they will
tell me so."
It worked. Once when she
could not go to Judson, Mrs.
Rosenzveig told her the girls
had asked for her, Marina
said. "I don't think of this as
a class project. I enjoy it,"
she said. "If I can get
through to them, I can get
through to others. It has
given me self-confidence."
Through this experience,
Mrs. Rosenzveig has seen all
of her students learn about
commitment and grow up a
bit.
"It's been a good experi-
ence for my kids and for
them," said Mrs. Rosenz-
veig, who expects the visits
to end in June. "They have
no idea how much they are
learning. I don't think they
realize it." ❑

—I LOCAL NEWS k

Contact Sought
For Emigre Family

Dora Novikova in the USSR
is trying to locate the family
of her uncle Samuel
Margolin. Samuel came to
the United States from
Belorussia before the Revolu-
tion. Dora's mother, Polin
Novikova, was Samuel's
youngest sister. Samuel lived
at 15450 (or 3) Wabash Street
in Detroit. He had two sons.
If anyone has information of
the Samuel Margolin family,
contact Bernice Lazere, Co-
ordinator of Family Location
Services, 235 Park Avenue
South, N.Y., N.Y. 10003.

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