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March 17, 1972 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-17

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American College
n Jerusalem to
Create uampus

Samuel J. Goldfarb, philanthro-
pist of New York City and Fort
pauderdale, will establish-a cam-
Zvi
pus at the Amer-
ican College in
Jerusalem to be
;
known as the
Samuel J. Gold-
farb Family Cam-
pus.
He is president
of the- - Samuel
J. Goldfarb Char-
ity Fund and
Goldfarb
Operation Truth
Inc., an educational foundation.
The new acquisition will enable
the college to double its student
body for the 1972-73 academic year.
The American College in Jerusa-
lem, with an office at 888 Seventh
Ave, New York, is the only four-
year liberal arts institution of
higher education in Israel granting
a BA degree in which the language
of instruction is_English.

Participsitg-hr the'Phanogift campaign of the-wonien'S diviiion;
Allied%JewlskCimpalgn-Israel Emergency, made calls to nearly
10,000 woinefi'in. the Detroit area for their individual gifts: Some
pledges were -larked-up by volunteers in the motor corps. Others
were mailed.; The phonogift campaign was termed "better than ever"
by the leaderahigi because "women are very receptive this year to
the reaEneed4hateilsts for their help." Adding up the totals to be
rePorted-ot the oleolog-dioner of the campaign Wednesday are (from
left): Ma. lad( Shenkman,- chairman of special handling; Mrs. N.
• Brewster Brider,-pre?campalga chairman; Mrs. Charles Snider, pho-
' nogift -chairman; and, Mrs- Morris J. Brandwine, .women's division
-eaMRatilt chairman-

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Snider's CoMposition Honors Rabbi Lehrman

Where liberty dwells, there is
my country. —Benjamin Franklin.
Norman N. Snidei, Detroit attor-
ney and composer, has been in-
From
formed that. his latest composition,
"Lehrman's Yizkor," will be
LONDON; ENGLAND
played at the-- Bayfront Amphi-
theater in Miami, on "Israeli
Night," April 12.
The 'selection will have its -pre-;
and His ORCHESTRA -
• iniere in the form of a SyinphoMc.
"Distinctewrseithq; in Music
poent dediCated to ,Itabbi Irving
Individual Taste"
Lehrman of Temple Emanu-EI of
Miami BeaCh.
Coll 557-9332
Snider attended the Yizkor serv-
ices last April at Temple Ernanu-
El and was impressed with Rabbi
Lehrman's sermon, resulting in his.
composition:
The music was arranged locally
by Edgar L. Barrow.- 'Assisting
Snider. in research and background
NORMAN at. SNIDER
were tantorlicob Harkin, Herman
Litiviii,'Nate Goldman and Joseph 4
H. Silver.'
LZA Young Adults
Snider and Rabbi Lehrman will
conducted
Plan. Bowling Party
attend the concert to be
by Caesar La Monaca with narra-
Elan Chapter, young adult group
tion by Gordon Shaw, Miami radio of the Labor Zionist Alliance, is
and TV commentator.
having a bowling party 8:30 p.m.
Saturday, at Yorba Linda Lanes.
The chapter is comprised of sin-
IC
gle and married young adults who
are interested and concerned
about Israel, Judaism and human
welfare in today's society. The
The NATIONAL BANK OF organization proyides cultural, ed-
SOUTHFIELD has unveiled a new ucational and social activities.
For infoimation, call Bernard
financing program by offering
loans on new automobiles over a Lieberman, acting director of the
Alliance,
851-1606.
48-month period: The program is
available only to new car buyers.
What one knows is, in youth, of
John P. Fitzpatrick, installment
know
loan officer, heads up the new youth, of little moment; they
enough who know how to learn.
program.
—Henry
Adams.
I I I

Friday, March 1/, 1972 33

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