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September 15, 1995 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-15

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THE ENTERTAINMENT
EVENT OF THE YEAR

ZIONIST ORGANIZATION of AMERICA

Metropolitan Detroit District
is •

Honoring

Starring

sa

Peace Accord
Offers Challenge

THE KING OF ENTERTAINMENT

Dr. Milton J. and Freda Steinhardt

Who Will Receive ZOA's Prestigious
Justice Louis D. Brandeis Award

There are few comedy stars better known from New
York to London to Las Vegas to Atlantic City to Detroit than
Alan King; Radio star; TV star, Stage and Screen star, plus
command performances for Queen Elizabeth. He
is author of three books and founder of
the Alan King "Diagnostic Medical Center"
in Jerusalem. Come, see, listen and laugh
with Alan King for a joyful fulfilling evening.

Eminent allergist and psychiatrist, Dr. Steinhardt was Medical Officer
with the U.S. Army's First Division in World War II, landed at Omaha
Beach on D-day and was awarded a Bronze Star for "duty-under-
fire." He participated in the liberation of the Nordhausen concentra-
tion camp. He served on the teaching-staffs of Grace, Sinai and
Wayne State University's Medical School. Served as President of the
Maimonides Medical Society and the Detroit Zionist Federation. Was
cited by Histadrut and the Zionist and psychiatric community with
the establishment of the "Adolescent Psychiatry Annex" at Beilinson
Center in Israel. Author of scientific papers on psychiatry and
Zionist-related subjects, fought against misrepresentation of Israel in
the media. The late Philip Slomovitz referred to Dr. Steinhardt as "a
man of great respect in the medical profession and a scholar of
note." Dr. Steinhardt endowed a perpetual scholarship fund for area
students to study in Israel.

Also Featuring the Distinctive Vocal Talent of

JULIE BUDD

Experience the exquisite song interpretation of
Julie Budd. She is definitely the voice of the
nineties. New York Post says: "It's her up
tempo songs that are the.show surprises."

Freda Steinhardt shared her husband's dedication to Zionism and
Israel and was a member of a number of Zionist and communal
organizations.

ACCOMPANIED BY
MACK PITT and his "Big Band" orchestra.

WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. • OCTOBER 18, 1995 • AT THE FOX THEATRE

STEINHARDT TRIBUTE COMMI l'hE

HONORARY CHAIRS
Harold Berry
Louis Berry
Hon. Avem Cohn
Carol Rae Cooper
Gerson Cooper
Max Fisher
Bethea Green
Irwin Green
Irving Laker
Sidney Silverman
Philip Slomovitz'
Rabbi M. Robert Syme
Anne Gonte Silver
Dr. I Walter Silver
'Deceased

Norman Allan
Eugene Applebaum
Leonard E. & Nancy Baron
Dr. & Mrs. Lary R. Berkower
. Melvin & Diane Bernstein
Paul & Marlene Borman
Dr. Sander & Beatrice Breiner
Dr. Richard Brown
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Chandler
Manny & Natalie Charach
Drs. Michael & Claire Colman
Sam & Jean Frankel
Sarah Friedman
David B. & Doreen Hermelin
Arthur Horowitz
Sylvia lwrey
Alan & Carol Kandel
Dr. Jerome Kaufman
Dr. Sidney Z. & Marion H. Leib

Dr. & Mrs. Irving Miller
Julius S. Meskin
Philip S. Minkin
S.M. Nivy
Mr. & Mrs. David Pollack
Saul S. & Marjorie Saulson
Melvin & Rita Seidman
Irwin Shaw
Max & Bertha Sheldon
Marvin & Done Shwedel
Robert & Donna Slatkin
Dr. Emanuel Tanay
Joel D. Tauber
Irving & Barbara Tukel
Drs. Leon & Diana Warshay
Vera Weinberg
Louis L. Weinstein
(Mrs. I) Beryl Winkelman

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FAX 810 569 9945

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Jerusalem (JTA) — With the sec-
ond anniversary of the signing of
the Palestinian self-rule accord
approaching, difficulties contin-
ue to plague the negotiations for
reaching an interim phase agree-
ment on extending self-rule in the
West Bank.
More than a dozen issues re-
main unresolved in the ongoing
talks between Israeli and Pales-
tinian negotiators in Eilat. The
head of the Palestinian delega-
tion, Ahmed Karia, put the num-
ber of problematic areas even
higher.
Mr. Karia, also known as Abu
Alaa, said in a weekend radio in-
terview that there were more
than 150 differences between the
two sides, some of them on word-
ing, others more substantive.
Israeli and Palestinian sources
expressed doubt that they could
meet a the new deadline for a
Sept. 18 signing in Washington
of the interim agreement.
In August, the two sides were
speaking of a Sept. 4 signing cer-
emony, but that date has re-
peatedly been pushed back.
Israeli sources hope the that
ceremony will take place before
Rosh Hashanah, which falls on
Sept. 24.
Implementation of the next
phase of the Israeli-Palestinian
accord, signed in Washington on
Sept. 13, 1993, has been held up,
at least in part due to heightened
Israeli security concerns in the
wake of repeated terror attacks
launched by militant Islamic
groups opposed to the peace
process.
After the weekly Cabinet meet-
ing, Prime Minister Yitzhak Ra-
bin held discussions with his
"security cabinet," as well as with
senior security and foreign min-
istry officials, to discuss the
Israeli-Palestinian negotia-
tions.
The "security cabinet,' which
oversees issues related to the still-
evolving peace accord, was told
of 18 points of difference still re-
maining between the Israeli and
Palestinian sides.
These included the questions
of security provisions in the West
Bank town of Hebron, who would
have control over water sources
and electricity grids in the West
Bank, the release of Palestinian
prisoners, and issues related to
the holding of Palestinian elec-
tions — problems that have be-
deviled the two sides for months.
In a sign of slight progress, Mr.
Shahal also said that the two
sides had agreed to set up a tele-
phone hot line between the heads
of their respective police forces
and to cooperate in criminal in-
vestigations.
Israel lifted its closure of Jeri-
cho on Aug. 30.

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