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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6 Friday, September 2, 1983

Sinai Hospital Sets 1984 Opening for Goldin Center in W. Bloom

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available at the center. For
information on these pro-
grams, call Sinai, 493-5466.
The outpatient physical
medicine and rehabilitation
services offered at the
Health Care Center will
also be comprehensive.
Medical services will in-
clude consultation and
evaluation of rehabilitation
and pain and motion prob-
lems, as well as elec-
tromyographic examina-
tions. Some of the physical

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therapy services will be
thermotherapy, whirlpool,
traction and exercise in a
gym.
Activities of daily living
evaluation and treatment,
exercise therapy and splint-
ing will be some of the occu-
pational therapy services
offered. In addition, adults
and children will be able to
receive testing and treat-
ment for speech and hearing
problems. For information
on these programs, call
493-6300.

The Cardiovascular
Fitness and Rehabilita-
tion program will be for
persons who are recover-
ing from a heart attack or
heart surgery or are in
danger of developing
heart disease and want to

All three programs are
presently available at Sinai
Hospital in Detroit.
Nathan Goldin, whose
generosity is helping to
make this project possible,
came to Detroit from Rus-
sia, via Winnepeg. He
attended law school here
and was admitted to the
practice of law in 1927.

start a supervised fitness
program to reduce their
risk. A thorough car-
diovascular evaluation,
including an exercise
tolerance test, will be
used to determine fitness
and establish an indi-
vidual exercise prescrip-
tion.

While using various de-
vices that exercise the arms
and legs and increase car-
diovascular capacity,
patients will be con-
tinuously monitored by
electrocardiogram and
supervised by the Sinai
Hospital cardiac rehabilita-
tion staff. Classes on exer-
cise, heart disease, diet and
stress reduction will be of-
fered to complement the
program.

In 1939, he organized

Model UN

(Continued from Page 1)
The PLO's record of
terror is ignored, and the
central issue of the Mid-
dle East conflict — the
Arab world's refusal to
live in peace with Israel
— is never mentioned. It
describes a UN commis-
sion's findings that Israel
shows a "disregard for
basic human rights" and
tells of another UN com-
mission's findings that
Israel is guilty of war
crimes, without noting
that both commissions
were stacked with anti-
Israel delegates.

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He urged high school prin-
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ministrators and social
studies chairmen of Jewish
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jail. Municipal officials of-
fered apologies to Green-
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NEW YORK — In an
interview from Tunis on
Saturday, the anniversary
of PLO forces being forced
from Beirut, PLO chief
Yasir Arafat warned of re-
newed terrorism.
He called on the U.S. to
act in its own interest to
"help solve the Palestinian
problem."
Arafat said there would
be no peace in the Middle
East by "ignoring Palesti-
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France during World War
II. The former officer was
Richard-Wilhelm Feise.

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Riverview to the north-
western suburbs, includ-
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and apartment units at
Nine Mile Road and

Coolidge, apartment
units at Seven Mile Road
and Evergreen, and a
shopping center and
apartments at School-
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In 1972, he sold the busi-
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and treasurer of Practical
Investment Co. He is a
founding and life member of
Adat Shalom Synagogue.

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His father, Louis Cowan,
was president of CBS and
created "The $64,000 Ques-
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his mother, Polly Spiegel,
was from the family who
founded the giant mail-
order house.
From Park Avenue, to
Choate and Harvard, to

political activism in the
Peace Corps, the civil rights
and anti-war movements,
Cowan knew little of his
Jewish heritage, including
the fact that he was a de-
scendant of rabbis.

After his parents' death
in a tragic fire, Cowan
began to trace their
American journey, and
that of his grandparents.
His personal exploration
led him to many unex-
pected encounters, in-
cluding those with the
Orthodox and the poor
Jews of the Lower East
Side, and with a group of
Conversos (Secret Jews)
in northern Portugal.

It involved a growing
friendship with a remarka-
ble rabbi who provided a
model of personal kindness
and understanding, a' man
who lived largely to "repair
the world." And it left him
with a new sense of himself.

There is a limit where the
intellect fails and breaks
down, and this limit is
where the questions con-
cerning God, and freewill,
and immortality arise.
— Kant

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