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November 29, 2002 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-29

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ed Sondra James and some other Jews
in the company from visiting.
Harper clearly identifies with Jews.
She said playing "Marjorie Taub" in
Allergist's Wife is her third time as a
Jewish character, after "Rhoda
Morgenstern" (winning her four
Emmys) and "Hannah Epstein" in a
1985 TV movie The Execution. Harper,
who once went to Israel on a United
Jewish Appeal mission, has worked
with Rabbi Marvin Hier of the Simon
Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles. .
Burstyn, who starred in Jolson at the
Fisher three years ago, helped himself
to some of the delicious lunch (salads,
baked pasta, fruit, lox and rolls)
cooked and organized by synagogue
member Cindy Leven of Huntington
Woods. Harper was too preoccupied
to eat, signing autographs and charm-
ing the crowd.
After meeting the guests, Susie Cohan
of Oak Park said: "They are so nice."
The actors went upstairs with some
others to see the cozy sanctuary.
Services already had concluded with
Cantor Usher Adler of Oak Park and
Rabbi Craig Allen of Livonia, the
Torah reader for about 25-30 worship-
pers most Shabbat mornings.
On the bimah, Dr. Martin Herman
of Detroit, the ritual director, brought
out a Torah (the synagogue has three)
and explained about reading the text.
He also pointed out the portable ark
and reading table that travel to the
Southfield Center for the Arts, former
home of Congregation B'nai David,
for the congregation's free High
Holiday services.
All too soon, it was time for the vis-
itors to drive themselves back for the
matinee performance.
Harper departed smiling, a contri-
bution envelope in hand.
Informed of that, Kahn said, "I just
hope we made a friend and that she
liked the synagogue."
With lofts being built nearby, Kahn
says she's starting to feel a bit more
positive about her synagogue's future.
Full of encouragement, Harper pro-
nounced to everyone, "When Detroit
is reborn, you'll be here."
For sure, "Rhoda" and Mike lifted a
lot of spirits this day. ❑

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from page 19

Services begin 8:30 a.m. Saturdays
at the Isaac Agree. Downtown
Synagogue, 1457 Griswold in
Detroit. For information, call
(313) 961-9328.

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