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Stollman, who serves as chairman
of the board of trustees of Bar-
Ilan University. Together with Mr.
and Mrs. Max (Frieda) Stollman,
their children and the Stollmans'
brother, Rabbi Isaac Stollman, who
now makes his home in Jerusalem,
the Stollman family was accorded
high honors as "a unique" group
of staunch supporters of Israel's
At the dedication ceremony,
Rabbi Isaac Stollman delivered
the major address. Conducted un-
der the chairmanship of Dr. Jo-
seph H. Lookstein, the ceremony
was addressed by Israel Minister
of Finance Pinhas Sapir who gave
recognition to t h e. Stollmans'
deep interest in all Israeli activ-
ities in the Diaspora, their signifi-
cant role in support of UJA, Israel
Bonds, Jewish National Fund—all
highlighted by their concern for
educational activities and their
efforts among the pioneers who
Israel Moves Ahead With Construction
of Pipe Despite Germans' Boycott Bow
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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were reported last week to have
advised the Arab Boycott Office
TEL AVIV—The Mekorot Water in Beirut that they would make
Co. has won a contract to construct no future business deals with
a 42-inch pipeline that will carry Israel. So far, about 25,000 tons
oil from Eilat on the Gulf of of pipe have been delivered to
Affaba to Ashdod on the Mediter- Israel, but it is uncertain whether
ranean coast. Construction costs the balance of the order will be
are estimated at about $12,000,000 filled. Spokesmen for the firms
apart from materials.
reportedly gave evasive replies in
The contract stipulates that the talks with Israeli Embassy officials
work must be completed within in Bonn. An Israel government
eight months and 10 days. It is spokesman said Monday that the
matter was political, not economic,
expected to start in two weeks.
and that Israel would have no
The pipeline will bypass the Suez trouble-getting the steel pipe from
Canal and will avoid the long other sources if the German firms
tanker voyage around Africa.
Unveiling of plaque to entrance of Stollman Administration
reneged on their contract.
Israeli officials said in Jerusa-
lem Monday that the two West
that he was deeply moved by the wards the construction of the German steel firms that contract-
encomia and the honors extended planned three-building department ed to supply the pipe for the Eilat-
to his family and that he wished of education project at Bar-Ilan. Ashdod line — Thyssen and Man-
nesman, have failed. so far to give
to pledge that the event was only
(A dinner in hbnor of the Stoll-
a beginning and that plans already mans was given at the Tel Aviv a satisfactory reply concerning
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are in the making for even greater Hilton May 29 for 300 people, in- their alleged surrender to the Arab
tasks of extending the university's cluding many dignitaries. Speakers
facilities to provide for the rapidly at the dinner included Rabbi Sey-
growing student population. He mour Zambrowsky of Montreal, Cabinet - Buys Defense
expressed confidence that out of who was toastmaster; Louis Aryeh
Bar-Ilan will come a message of Pincus, chairman of the Jewish Loans : Equal Month's Pay
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
peace to the entire world.
Agency; Israel Ministers of In-
to The Jewish News)
Prior to the dedication of the terior and of Social Welfare Moshe
Stollman building it became known Shapiro and Joseph Burg; Dr.
that on the previous day the Joseph H. Lookstein and Rabbi the Israel Cabinet pledged Thurs-
global board of trustees of the Max Kirshblum of New York; and day to buy Israel Defense Loan
Quality Work at
university had adopted a plan Philip Slomovitz of Detroit. Frieda Bonds for a sum equalling a com-
proposed by Phillip Stollman for Stollman responded to the greet.
the erection of a high-rise dormi- ings and reaffirmed the pledge of and other deductions. The Bonds
tory to accommodate more stu- her brother-in-law, Phillip Stoll- sales campaign committees are
dents; that the university will man, that their work for Bar-Ilan asking Israeli salaried workers to
"Get Our Price Last"
,provide for 1,000 additional. for- "had just begun." There were pledge half a month's net salary,
eign students next year and that 109 members of the Stollman after tax and welfare deductions. 46
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a $7,000,000 ordinary budget and Family, the large number now
an additional $1,000,000 building residents of Israel, at the dinner.
budget was approved for next Guests at the dinner included
Rabbi and Mrs. Herbert Eskin
Stollman also revealed that -a and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kraft of
major gift for the coming year Detroit).
will include a generous sum from
At the special convocation held
Charles Grosberg of Detroit to-
in the Bar-Ilan Schleifer Audi-
torium prior to the dedication of
the Stollman Building, the hon-
orary Doctor of Hebrew Letters
degree was awarded to President
Zalman Shazar by Dr. Lookstein.
"WE SELL BECAUSE OF OUR REPUTATION"
Shazar delivered a scholarly ad-
dress in which he welcomed
the contributions to learning by
(Special to The Jewish News)
12555 GRAND RIVER near Meyers
JERUSALEM — Phillip Stollman Bar-Ilan University and "the need
of Detroit added another mark to to deeper religious belief" in
his glorious record of aid to Israeli references to biblical teachings
projects by assisting in the restora- upon which he commented in his
tion of the famous Yad Moshe
Motefiore Jerusalem Windmill.
Stollman joined the Jerusalem
Municipality, together with Yeku-
Give your child a "ONE SCHOOL EDUCATION"
tiel Federman, the Sebag-Monte-
fiore Family of London and Dr.
Reuben Hecht of Haifa in provid-
ing funds for this undertaking.
The Montefiore Jerusalem Wind-
mill was built for the Jewish com-
munity in 1863, during Ottoman
rule in Eretz Israel, to alleviate
the shortage of flour. It now serves
as a memorial to Sir Moses Monte-
WILL BE PLEASED TO
fiore in recognition of his gener-
ous support of efforts in behalf of
Jews in the Holy Land during
SONS and DAUGHTERS
Now the windmill is considered
a crown for two of Jerusalem's
oldest quarters—Mishkenot Shaan-
anim, erected through the gener-
osity of Judah Touro of New Or-
leans, La., more than 150 years
ago, with the aid of Sir Moses
Montefiore, and Y e m i n Moshe,
built in Montefiore's memory.
The rededication of the Monte-
for school year beginning SEPTEMBER 1968
fiore Windmill took place May 30,
on the sight of the windmill, with
Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem
• KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 9th GRADE
presiding, in the presence of the
Stollman Family who were guests
• INTENSIVE HEBREW PROGRAM
in Israel that week for the dedica-
Yeshivat Akiva provides a superior secular and Hebrew education
tion of the Stollman Building at
Bar-Ilan University. Members of
during the course of a normal school day
the government a n d numerous
other notables participated in the
Ambassador Wal•orth Bar-
bour of the U.S. addressing the
Stollman Building dedication
established Bar-Ilan University
and supported it through the
Ambassador Barbour utilized the
occasion to emphasize the friend-
ship between the United States
and Israel and to acclaim the
happy relationship between the
two countries. He spoke with "joy"
of his seven years' association
with Israel as the U.S. ambas-
sador, acclaimed the Stollman
Family in behalf of his govern-
ment and congratulated the Stoll-
mans on their "successful addi-
tion to the school which has grown
with the years."
Another speaker at the cere-
mony was Mayor Avraham Krinitzi
of Ramat Gan.
Participants in the ceremony
formally opening the new build-
ing were: Max Stollman and son
Melvin, who affixed the Mezuza;
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stollman,
who unveiled the large plaque
indicating the Stollman name on
the building; Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Greenstone (Sandra Stollman),
who cut the ribbon; and Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Fang (Rochelle
Stollman), who unveiled a smaller
A highlight of the dedication
ceremony was the declaration by
Phillip Stollman, in brief remarks,
Philip S t o II in a n addresses
building dedication ceremony.
Ills brother, Rabbi Isaac Stoll-
man, is on the right.
Helps to Restore
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