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August 13, 1965 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-13

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Community Movements, Religious Groups Join
in Farewell Affair for Rabbi Isaac Stollman

All local Orthodox groups, the
Zionist movements and other com-
munity groups this week in the
sponsorship of the farewell affair
of Rabbi Isaac Stollman, to be held
at Imperial Catering, 18451 Wyom-
ing, at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 24.
Sponsoring the event, in honor
of Rabbi Stollman who is leaving
with Mrs. Stollman the end of this
month to take up permanent resi-
dence in Israel, are the Council of
Orthodox Rabbis of Detroit, Miz-
r•chi-Hapoel HaMizrachi of De-
troit, and a group of co-sponsoring
organizations, including the Jew-
ish Community Council, the De-
troit Zionist Council, the Jew-
ish National Fund Council of De-
troit, Congregation Mishkan Israel-
Nusach Hari, Young Israel Council
of Metropolitan Detroit and the
Israel Bond Organization.

The sponsoring organizations is-
sued statements expressing grati-
tude for Rabbi Stollman's many
years of service to this community.
Active for 40 years in many
local causes, one of the most dis-
tinguished leaders in orthodoxy,
Rabbi Stollman served as national
president of Mizrachi, the religious
Zionist movement.

The Rabbi Stollman Farewell
Affair Committee is headed by
Judge Theodore Levin and in-

Locally, he was one of the or-
ganizers of the Council of Ortho-
dox Rabbis, starting with its serv-

eludes Rabbi Leizer Levin, David
I. Berris, Al Borman, Tom Bor-
man, David J. Cohen, Irwin I.
Cohn, Morris Karbal, Julius Ro-
tenberg, David Safran, Hyman
Safran and Philip Slomovitz.

He has been a delegate and
has addressed World Zionist
Congress sessions in Jerusalem,
and he has served on many com-
missions that took him on num-
erous trips to Israel in behalf of
the Zionist movement.

6—Friday, August 13, 1965

To Our Beloved Leader

ices when it operated from offices
on Lawrence and Dexter, later
moving to Linwood, back to Dex-
ter and now on Seven Mile Road.
He was one of the leaders who
inspired the Young Israel move-
ment here, served as president of
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah and was
is a leader in religious Zionism.
Rabbi Stollman's activities in
the Mizrachi movement included
important roles in behalf of Miz-
rachi educational projects at Bar-
Ilan University.• His brothers,
Phillip and Max, are among the
most active of the country's lead-
ers in behalf of Bar-Ilan, and his
sister-in-law, Mrs. Max (Frieda)
Stollman is president of the Na-
tional Women's Committee for
Bar-Ilan University. His son, Rab-
bi Samuel Stollman, of Windsor,
who last year earned his Doctorate
from Wayne State University, also
is a leader in the religious Zionism.

Rabbi Isaac Stollman

In behalf of the large combined membership of
the major traditional groups in our community, we wish
you and Mrs. Stollman a safe journey to Medinat Israel.

You are leaving our community with our blessings ;
and with our deep appreciation for all the services you
have rendered our people—both here, in all efforts to
advance Jewish learning and piety, and in behalf of
Israel's redemption.

Your name has been linked with the Jewish national{
cause during your entire lifetime, and now you are
leaving us to take up residence in the homeland you
helped redeem. May you be blessed with good health,
with a life of joy and a continuing share in israer$
creative activities.

Experiment in Learning—Bar-Ilan University

By a Special Correspondent

The lab looks much the same
as a lab in any part of the world—
to the uninitiated—the same mass
of pipes, dials, instruments, the
same peculiar conglomeration of
smells, the same hieroglyphics on
the blackboard—but the difference
lies in the students. For these
young men and women, and their
instructors, are all Orthodox Jews,
the men in skull caps, the girls a
little more modestly clothed than
most other students — and the
university is Bar-Ilan in the gar-
den city of Ramat Gan, Israel.
This university is the youngest
of Israel's fully fledged academic
institutions — it celebrates its
tenth anniversary in 1965. Since

its foundation it - has grown from
the original handful of students—
less than 100 — to a student en-
rollment of 2,000 for the current
academic year. Yet there are few_
plans for Bar-Ilan to expand much
more in numbers — 4,000 is the
figure envisaged as the optimum
desirable number of undergrad-
uates — both in the interests of
high teaching standards and by
virtue of the special class of re-
ligious student that Bar-Ilan at-
tracts.
The academic body presently
numbers 168 professors, lecturers
and assistants — many drawn
from leading universities in Eng-
land, America and Canada. In-
struction — 528 courses in the

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

current year — is offered in Jew-
ish Studies, Languages and Litera-
ture (with classical Greek and
Latin appearing side by side with
English, French, Hebrew, Arabic
and German), Mathematics and
Natural Sciences and the Social
Sciences.
It is in this latter field that Bar-
Ilan is making a unique contribu-
tion to Israel's day to day life.
Approximately half of Bar-Ilan's
graduates are destined for the
teaching profession.
Though a young university, Bar-
Ilan has already won State recog-
nition from the government of
Israel and the scope of Its post-
gradUate schools is constantly ex-
panding.

COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX
RABBIS OF DETROIT

MIZRACHI-HAPOEL HAMIZRACHI
OF DETROIT

YOUNG ISRAEL COUNCIL OF
METROPOLITAN DETROIT

CONGREGATION MIS'HKAN
ISRAEL-NUSACH HARI

An Invitation to Use Entire Community



to join in honoring one of Detroit's and American Jewry's most distinguished leaders

AB I IS C STOLL

at the farewell evening prior to his and Mrs.

AN

Stollman's departure for settlement in Israel

TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 8 p. m

AT IMPERIAL CATERING,

18451 Wyoming

Community leaders will participate in a brief program, after which all

attending will have the opportunity of extending personal good wishes to

Rabbi Stollman. Refreshments will be served.

Rabbi Stollman's local, national and world leadership in Zionist and corn-

munal affairs have elevated him to a high role in Jewish ranks. The affair

on August 24 provides an opportunity to express to him the affections

of our community.

Farewell affair sponsored by:
Council of Orthodox Rabbis of Detroit and Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi of Detroit.

Co-sponsoring organizations:
Jewish Community Council of Detroit
Zionist Council of Detroit
Young Israel Council of Metropolitan Detroit
Jewish National Fund Council of Detroit
Israel Bond Organization
Congregation Mishkan Israel-Nusach Hari

RABBI STOLLMAN FAREWELL AFFAIR
COMMITTEE

Judge Theodore Levin, Honorary Chairman
Rabbi Leizer Levin David J. Cohen Julius Rotenberg
David I. Berris
David Safran
Irwin I. Cohn
Al Borman
Hyman Safran
Tom Borman
Morris Karbal
Philip Slomovitz

Admission Free. No Solicitation of Funds. Refreshments Served.

This announcement paid for by friends of Rabbi Stollman.

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