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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bar-Han Honorary Doctorate Recipients. Announced

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in France.
A practicing Jew, he has
headed the Ecole Normale

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Israelite Orientale of the
Alliance Israelite Universe-
lie in Paris and taught at
the University of Paris in
Naterre and in the Sor-
bonne. Among his many
honors is that of Knight of
the French Legion of Honor.
Dr. Moskowitz is an
outstanding supporter of
Zionism, Israel and
Jewish causes. With his
wife, he established the
chair for the study of his-
toric Eretz Yisrael at
Bar-Ilan. Prominent in
the U.S. medical world,
he has received many
awards and honors for
his work for Jewish and
Israeli causes.
He has held high office in
State of Israel Bonds, the
Jewish National Fund
and the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America. Resolu-
tions of appreciation and
commendation to him have
been passed by the Califor-

nia Senate, city of Long Be-
ach, city of Hawaiian Gar-
dens and city of Los
Angeles.
Dr. Emanuel Rackman,
president of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity, presented the doc-
torate citations.
Some 1,400 students and
candidates for higher de-
grees received their awards
at the ceremonies, which
concluded with a dinner in
honor of the major awardees
and eminent government
and foreign personalities
attending the functions.

An important feature

of the ceremonies was an
address by the Minister
of the Interior Dr. Joseph
Burg.
Other participants in the
program were: Dr. Meir
Gruzman, who delivered
the response for the
graduates, and the Bar-Ilan
University and Vocal
Workshop, under the direc-

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tion of conductor Josef
Friedland.
The presentation of the
doctorate to Slomovitz, who
was unable to attend the
ceremonies due to an illness
in. the family, was made in
absentia to Phillip
Stollman, chairman of the

Ashkelon Power
Plant Proposal
Draws Protests

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The

municipal council and resi-
dents of Ashkelon, as well
as ecologists, are up in arms
against a decision of the Na-
tional Council for Planning
and Building to build Is-
rael's next and biggest
coal-fired electricity
generating station on the
outskirts of their town.
They say the decision, op-
posed by many experts, will
damage the town and have a
serious effect on tourism in
the area. They demand that
the station, to be the biggest
in the country even though
only two of the projected
550,000-kilowatt units in-
stead of the original four are
to be installed within a de-
cade, be located further to
the south, on the border be-
tween the Gaza Strip and
Israel proper.
Ministry of Energy
sources say the projected
generating station would be
the last to be built on the
coast, as no g further sites are
available.

Hagana Joins
Palmakh for
a Reunion

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Some 40,000 veterans of the
Hagana and Palmakh
gathered on the lawns of Tel
Aviv's Yarkon Park re-
cently, and spent time look-
ing back to their fighting
days in the pre-state under-
ground army.
The rally was organized
by Moshe Rivlin, Jewish
National Fund leader and
chairman of the Hagana
Veterans Association,
under the slogan: "60 Years
Hagana, 40 Years Pal-
makh."
The Hagana, defense
force of the pre-Israel
Jewish Agency and Vaad
Leumi, was formed in 1921.
The Palmakh, was formed
in 1941.

.

from the metropolitan De-
troit area, in addition to
Stollman and Mr. and Mrs.
Feinberg, were Max and
Frieda Stollman, Dr. Leon
Fill, Mrs. Bernard (Bar-
bara) Stollman, Gary Ran
and Emma Lazaroff-
Attending the ceremonies Schaver.

global board of Bar-Ilan
University, who turned it
over to Charles Feinberg,
also of Detroit, the nation-
ally prominent bibliophile
and art connoisseur, for the
formal acceptance.

* * *

Citation to Slomovitz

By PRESIDENT RACKMAN

In the industrial world Detroit is known as the city
which revolutionized the mobility of humans. It gave the
automobile to the race of man and thus radically altered
character of our lives. In the Jewish world, however,,
troit is known as the city which gave to Jewish journalioin
its most respected personality — a gifted writer and heroic
champion of every worthy cause, a man whose outlook and
performance demonstrate his profound commitment to the
loftiest values of his dual heritage as an American and as a
Jew.
In your adolescence you immigrated from Russia to the
United States. English was not your mother tongue but you
mastered it rapidly. At the University of Michigan you
studied journalism and acquired basic experience as a re-
porter for its daily newspaper. However, when you did
enter the field of Jewish . journalism almost half a century
ago, you brought to it not only your professional skills but
also a deep understanding of Jewish life and the impera-
tives for Jewish survival, as well as a firm resolve to ad-
-Vance every cause that would fulfill those imperatives.
Consequently there was no area of Jewish enterprise in
which you were not involved, and indeed I know of none
that did not honor you upon one occasion or another.
The list of Jewish organizations that bestowed honors
upon you is a veritable catalogue of Jewish organizations
the world over. It was impossible for you to share all their
views but once you were impressed that an organization
could contribute to the survival of the Jewish people or the
Jewish heritage, you rallied behind it.
However, even as you served Jewish causes gen-
erally, it was especially to Jewish journalism that you
gave your very all. You wanted Jewish journalists
and their newspapers to rise above the standard of
the marketplace. You understood well the power of
thp press for both good and evil. And you directed and
inspired colleagues to exercise their power for good.
Therefore, among your greatest awards are those
given to you by your peers.
Yet, the non-Jewish world also appreciated your ex-
ceptional gifts and dedication. Catholics and Protestants
appreciated your stance on every issue that affected hu-
manity at large and Americans in particular. As you did
not pander to the taste of the multitude in journalism so you
did not surrender to the demands of the powerful. You
never compromised the right. The founders of Bar-Ilan
University can attest to that. When the school was first
projected and many refused to acknowledge the need for it,
you helped the fledgling school to become the mighty bea-
con of learning that it now is.
For these reasons and many more, on the eve of your
85th birthday, the trustees and the senate of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity have authorized me to confer upon you the degree of
Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa, with all the
rights and privileges appertaining thereunto. In token
whereof I cause the hood of the university to be placed over
your shoulders, and I hand you this diploma.

Changes at Israel Consulate.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Changes in the staff of the
Technion Unveils Israel Consulate General
here will take place during
New Projects
HAIFA — Kislak Park, the next several weeks.
Paul Kedar, Israel's con-
named in honor of the late
New Jersey realtor Julius I. sul general here, will return
Kislak, was inaugurated to Israel in mid-August. He
recently at the Technion — will be replaced by Naftali
Israel Institute of Technol- Lavie, presently director of
the press department and
ogy.
envi- spokesman at the Foreign
first
Israel's
ronmental wind tunnel Ministry in Jerusalem.
was also dedicated at the Kedar has been serving as
Technion recently. The Consul General since
tunnel has been named in August 1978.
Benjamin Abileah, de-
memory of the late M. David
puty consul general, was
Lipson.
The Toronto Chapter of appointed a counselor in the
the Canadian Technion Israel Embassy in Wash-
Society, together with the ington. Abileah will be re-
Urban Development Insti- placed here by Uri Bar-Ner,
tute of Ontario, supported who has been serving until
the Environmental Wind now as deputy director of
Tunnel in memory of Lip- the North American di-
vision of Israel's foreign
son.


ministry.
Another new appointee
iri the Israel Consulate in
New York is Yitzhak
Oren, who replaced Dr.
Emmanuel Lotem as con-
sul for academic affairs.
Lotem was appointed
first secretary in the Is-
rael Embassy in Sc
Africa. Gideon Shorn.
a counselor on Christian
issues and churches here,
was transferred to the Is-
rael Embassy in Wash-
ington as a counselor.
Meanwhile, Nachman
Shai, Israel's spokesman at
the United Nations is in as
spokesman for the Israel
Embassy there. Judith
Varnai-Dranger was ap-
pointed the new Israel
spokesperson at the UN.
Slavery is a system of

complete injustice.

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