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September 12, 1980 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

42 Friday, September 12, 1980

Professional, Communal Salutes
for Steinhardt at Histadrut Fete

Under Supervision of
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

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Leaders of the psychiatric
fraternity and prominent
activists in Labor Zionism
and the community joined
Sunday in honoring Dr.
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Steinhardt at a testimonial
at Kingsley Inn.
The more than 250 in
attendance provided a fund,
supplementing the gener-
ous gift of the Steinhardts,
toward the establishment of
the Steinhardt Adolescent
Psychiatric Care Annex at
the Geha Psychiatric Hospi-
tal in Petah Tikva, Israel.
Appreciation for Dr.
Steinhardt's services to
the community was ex-
pressed in the keynote
address by Dr. Peter
Martin, who emphasized
the value of giving as a
continuing blessing in
Jewish tradition.
Similar sentiments were
expressed in scientific pap-
ers read to the gathering by
Dr. Joseph Fischoff and Dr.
Emanuel Tanay.
The three major ad-
dresses were notable con-
tributions to the psychiatric
science.
In his response to the
tributes, Dr. Steinhardt
traced his personal interest
in the advance of psychiat-
ric medicine and his com-
munal labors with em-
phasis on Zionism.
The introductory greet-
ing was by Dr. _Harry
August. Irwin Shaw was
the toastmaster.
An official plaque honor-
ing Dr. and Mrs. Steinhardt
was presented by Morris
Lieberman, chairman of the
local Israel Histadrut Cam-
paign, the sponsor of the
Steinhardt testimonial.
Frederick Steinhardt

Senators Protest
Emigration Cut

WASHINGTON — Sen.
Donald Riegle (D-Mich.)
has joined with 25 other
Senators to ask President
Carter to publicly condemn
the Soviet Union for drasti-
cally reducing the emigra-
tion of Soviet Jews.
Emigration averaged
4,000 per month last year,
but is expected to be less
than 700 this month.
President Carter said the
U.S. would raise the issue at
an international meeting in
Madrid in November where
compliance with the Hel-
sinki accords will be re-
viewed.
In New York, the
Greater New York Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry
reported that Alexander
Landsman, a 16-year-old
Jewish boy, is suffering
in a Moscow hospital bed
with acute leukemia.
Physicians throughout
the United States and the
world have appealed to
Soviet authorities on
humanitarian grounds ask-
ing that Alexander be
allowed to be treated for this
deadly disease in the West.
The requests have been re-
peatedly denied, the confer-
ence said.

Weep for the man who
knows not his good fortune,
and laugh for him who
knows not his destiny.
— Talmud

spoke for the family in
greeting his parents.
The invocation and bene-
diction were given by Rabbi
Efry Spectre and Rabbi Max
Weine.

If the memory is more
flexible in childhood, it is
more tenacious in mature
age; if childhood has some-
times the memory of words,
old age has that of things,
which impress themselves
according to the clearness of
the conception of the
thought which we wish to
retain.
—Bonstetten

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