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November 22, 1963 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-22

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In a last minute appeal to
the Detroit Jewish community,
prior to the annual banquet
sponsored by Detroit Friends of
Bar-Ilan University, Phillip
Stollman, chairman of the
American Bar-Ilan Committee,
expressed the hope that Detroit
Jews will provide funds for 100
scholarships for newcomers to
Israel at the Ramat Gan uni-
versity at this year's event.
"This would be the most im-
pressive way of honoring the
two women who have been
selected for special awards at
our banquet," Stollman said.
"We are honoring Mrs. Joseph
H. Ehrlich and Mrs. Theodore
Bargman, both of whom are
interested in advancing Jewish
educational efforts here and in
Israel, and we know of no bet-
ter way in which Detroit Jews
can express their affections for
them than by aiding the work
of a great university."

Stollman pointed out that
among the many thousands of
new settlers in Israel there are
scholars who must be aided in
completing their university edu-
cation.

PHILLIP STOLLMAN

Dedicate Rabbi Herzog Building in Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) — The
Rabbi Heriog World Academy
Building was dedicated here in
ceremonies attended by Presi-
dent Shazar, Cabinet Ministers,
Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim and
a distinguished gathering.
Mesdames Ehrlich and Barg-
The three-story building, one
man.
of several to be built on a five-
Edward C. Levy, who has acre tract in Jerusalem's Bayit
been among the most consistent Vegan quarter opposite Mount
backers of Bar-Ilan University, Herzy, will house the Talmudic
joined St ol 1-
Encyclopedia Institute, the In-
man in the ap-
stitute for the Complete Israel
peal for schol-
Talmud, the Harry Fischel Insti-
arships.
tute for Torah Legislation and
"I have been
the Institute for Rabbinical
at B a r-I 1 a r
Court Judges.
and have seer
The academy w:..s initiated 13
how efficient-
years ago by Rabbi Isaac Her-
ly the great
zog. It was built at a cost of
school is func
1,000,000 pounds—half of which
tioning," Levy
was raised by a group headed
said. "I have
by Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein
therefore sup-
of New York. The Israel gov-
ported the
ernment and the Jerusalem
schools since
its formation
Now I hope
that Detroi'
Jews will rec-
Ed Levy
ognize the
value of assuring scholarships
there for worthy students. I
urge all my friends and co-
workers to assist in this great
project and to provide the nec-
essary scholarships to aid
worthy scholars and to provide
added status for a great uni-
versity."

"Through Bar-Ilan University
we can make that possible,"
Stollman said. We have the
facilities, and we have the dedi-
Atlanti City
cation of great scholars who
will assist in integrating new
Tragedy as 26
students into the Israeli cul-
tural atmosphere."
Perish in Fire
Dr. Joseph Lookstein, pres-
Tragedy struck Atlantic City ident of Bar-Ilan University,
this week, as 26 aged Jews died will be the guest speaker at Israel Persistent
in the fire in the Surfside Hotel. this year's banquet, to be held
Rescue work became diffi- next Tuesday evening at the on UN Discussion of
cult as a result of fumes caused Shaarey Zedek. Irwin. I. Cohn Religious Bias
by a gas stove explosion.
is general banquet chairman.
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.,
The dead included aged Max M. Fisher is honorary
guests from a number of East chairman. Rabbi Morris Adler (JTA)—Israel continued to in-
Coast cities.
will make the presentations to sist in one of the General As-
sembly's committees that the
current Assembly discuss steps
for the elimination of religious
discrimination — and wound up
with a promise from the com-
mittee's chairman that an effort
will be made to reach the sub-
ject before the Assembly closes
on Dec. 20.
Dr. Eliezer Yapou, Israel's
REPEATED BY POPULAR DEMAND
representative in the Assem-
bly's Social, Humanitarian and
Cultural Committee, has been
proposing since the Assembly
opened, nearly two months ago,
that the 111-member group dis-
Chrome Case,
cuss two items on its agenda.
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One of these would authorize a
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draft declaration on the elimi-
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Yapou insisted that some time
be allocated for these items be-
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The committee still had nine
items on its agenda today, and
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it seemed that the religious
matters might not be reached.
Yapou proposed that the final
two meetings of the committee
be devoted to the religious
items. Humberto Diaz-Casanue-
va, of Chile, chairman of the
committee, promised the Israeli
that an effort will be made to
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Municipality provided a grant of
150,000 pounds and the balance
was donated by Sir Isaac Wolf-
son, British philanthropist, who
was guest of honor at the dedi-
cation ceremonies.

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5 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Nov. 22, 1963

100 Scholarships for Newcomers in
Israel Asked by Stollman in Behalf
of Bar-Ilan to Honor 2 Women Leaders

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