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February 10, 1989 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-10

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introduces a staged
reading of a new play


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"A KIND OF MADNESS

a dark comedy about Russian Refuseniks

A two-act play
by Nikki Harmon



telepathically. "I then
started researching .
parapsychology."
He also became very
interested in the Jewish
community. When an
Israeli reporter came to
Mercy College, he went to
listen. At the dialogue, he
interjected and helped the
reporter convey his points.
There he met Sister Carol
Rittner, and they became
friends with their common
interest in brotherhood.
After exchanging views,
Sister Carol wanted to
teach about the Holocaust.
Golden then got her an
invitation from Haifa
University to visit Israel.
Sister Carol became very
dedicated, and today works
in New York with Elie
Wiesel.

Golden's next project will
be working on the
Cranbrook Hospice
Community Advisory
Committee. He continues to
work in the community
behind the scenes living up
to his childhood nickname
— "Golden Boy."
Golden remembers his
grandfather's philosophy:
"You have to be an
ambassador for your
people."

TIDBITS

ROSEN BAR MITZVAH

Temple Beth El in West
Palm Beach was the recent
site of Joseph Rosen's bar
mitzvah. Proud parents are
former Detroiters Sandy
and Marvin Rosen.
Marvin Rosen is the
managing partner in
Florida for the legal firm,
Honig-man Miller Schwartz
and Cohn. Many Detroiters
attended including
grandmother Rachel
Rosen, aunt and uncle
Elliot and Arlene Rosen,
and friends Ronna and
Fred Bluford, Manny and
Roz Katzman, Laurie and
Jerry Rosenthal, Sharon
and Larry Schwartz,
Nattie Reinstein and
Sonia Pone. The weekend
included a Shabbat dinner,
services, dinner-dance and
Superbowl party for a super
weekend.

HEALTHY HEART

February is national heart
month and Chef Duglass,
of Brasserie Duglass, Mel
Rubenfire of the Center
for Cardiovascular Health
at Sinai Hospital, and
Marge Devine, a
registered nurse want to
spread the word. Doug
Grech a.k.a. Chef Duglass
recently apologized for
clogging his patrons'
arteries in the past. At a
dinner party at his home,
he demonstrated his new
low-cholesterol culinary
treats. Some of the people
concerned about their
hearts and tasting the low-
fat foods included: Pola
Friedman, corporate
director of-public and
community relations at
Sinai Hospital with her
husband Howard, Sinai
President Bob Steinberg
and his wife Cynthia,
Shirley Eder, Linda
Solomon, J.P. Mcarthy.
The restaurant Brasserie
Duglass will offer a special
heart menu, analyzed by
Sinai Hospital, all this
month.

SUNSHINE SPLASH

Another winter gathering
and benefit for the Archives
of American Art/Smithso-
nian Institution will take
place during the weekend
of Feb. 23-27 in Coconut
Grove, Fla. Event chairmen
include Detroiter Marilyn
Schlain, and former
Detroiter Joan Peven
Smith. Some of the
Detroiters planning on at-
tending the "Splash of Sun-
shine" benefit include:
Marcia and Gene Ap-
plebaum, Myrna and
Spencer Partrich, Sheryl
and Jack Kaufman,
Sydell and Doug Schubot,
Edith and Alvin
Wasserman.

February 16th

Performed by: Professional Actors
Admission:
Directed by: Hal Youngblood
$5 per performance

—A discussion will follow the play

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