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November 26, 1965 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-26

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Popular Star of Israel's 'My Fair Lady,' Ina Flashner Becomes
Airs. Arthur Baker
Rivka Raz, to Appear for Histadrut

The 1965-66 Israel Histadrut
Campaign will officially open
Thursday with a program featuring
Rivka Raz, star of the Israeli pro-
duction of "My Fair Lady," and
Akiva Eger, director of Histadrut's
Afro-Asian Institute, 8 p.m. at the
Labor Zionist Institute.
The Detroit campaign will once
again concentrate most of its ef-
forts on helping Histadrut and the
Israel government alleviate its
problems resulting from dynamics
and growth.
One of these problems is juvenile
delinquency. As part of the Hista-
rut program to engage youngsters
in purposeful activities, 25,000

stardom as Eliza Dolittle brought
her the acclaim of public and
press and her album of the
Hebrew version of "My Fair
Lady" on Columbia is a hit.
After completing a 12-month run
in Israel as the star of "My Fair
Lady," she recently arrived in
the United States to do the Ed
Sullivan Show.
Miss Raz will share the spot-
light at the program with Akiva
Eger, director of Histadrut's Afro-
Asian Institute. The Institute has
an annual enrollment of hundreds
of trade unionists and cooperators
from the developing countries. The
Institute also gave a one-week
course for an agricultural delega-
tion from the Japanese Workers
Movement. AFL - CIO President
George Meany is co-chairman of
the Institute, and international
presidents David Dubinsky, George
M. Harrison, Jacob S. Potofsky
and Walter P. Reuther are on the
board of governors.
A social hour with refreshments
will close the evening. There will
be no reserved seating. While tick-
ets are available at the door, the
public is asked to obtain tickets in
advance by calling the Histadrut
office, UN 4-7094.

Sinai Hospital Offering
Nursing Scholarships

RIVKA RAZ

young people were involved this
year in the summer camp and
work programs organized by Hista-
drut's student and youth movement.
Histadrut also is in the forefront
of agencies trying to do something
about the acute shortage of teach-
ers and counselors. Supporters of
the Israel Histadrut Campaign will
be assisting such projects. This
year's campaign quota has been set
at $150,000.
Miss Raz's skyrocket rise to

The Shapero School of Nursing,
a program in practical nursing at
Sinai Hospital, has announced that
a number of tuition scholarships
are available for qualified appli-
cants entering in March.
The practical nursing program
is a full-time course of training,
40 hours per week plus study, for
12 months. Upon completion of
the course, the graduate is eligible
to take the Michigan State Board
of Nursing licensing examination
to work as a licensed practical
nurse.
For information, apply to Mrs.
Ruth B. Edelson, R.N., principal,
Shapero School of Nursing, 6801
W. Outer Dr.

MRS. ARTHUR BAKER

Ina Claire Flashner- became the
bride of Arthur S. Baker in a re-
cent ceremony solemnized by Rabbi
Benjamin Gorrelick at Beth Aaron
Synagogue. A reception and can-
dlelight dinner followed at the
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel's Book
Casino Room.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. John Flashner of Bev-
erly Ave.. Oak Park, and Mr. and
Mrs. Al Baker of Woodingham Dr.
The bride wore a floor-length
gown with an Empire waist and
long sleeves, accented by lace re-
embroidered with seed pearls. The
shoulder-length bouffant net veil
was held by an imported rose.
She carried a bouquet of roses.
Best man was Dr. Will Phillips,
and maid of honor was Deanna
Dunsky.
The couple will honeymoon in
San Francisco and Las Vegas.

World Jewry Honors
Maurice Perlzweig, 70

NEW YORK—Dr. Maurice L.
Perlzweig, director of the World
Jewish Congress department of
international affairs and the or-
ganization's permanent representa-
tive at the United Nations, cele-
brated his 70th birthday this month
with a pile of messages and tele-

Scholarship Plea for Bar-Ilan
Made by Cohn; Annual Banquet
at Cobo Hall Coming Tuesday

Emphasis on the need for many
scholarships to enable American
Jews, and scores from other lands
to enroll for advanced studies
at Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity in Ramat
Gan, Israel
marked the last-
minute c all for
participation
the annual Bar-
Ilan banquet to
be held at Cobo
Hall Tuesday
evening.
The call for
scholarship gifts
to Bar-Ilan was
made by Irwin I.
Cohn, chairman
of t h e scholar-
ship committee
and an active
supporter of the
Cohn
Bar-Ilan programs.
Samuel Frank-el, chairman of
the banquet committee, reporting
on his visit at the university only
five weeks ago, urged community-
wide participation in the banquet
and stated that reservations still
are available by calling DI 1-0708.
The banquet Tuesday will honor
Governor Romney with an hon-
orary fellowship in the university.
The evening's speaker will be

Rabbi Morris Adler.
Philip Stollman, chairman of the
national committee for Bar-Ilan,
reported that increases in the stu-
dent body and faculty of the uni-
versity necessitate expansion, and
he expressed gratitude for the re-
sponses to calls to aid the univer --\\
sity made by Detroit Jewry. ‘,

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Nov.20—To Mr. and Mrs. Isidor
Bass (Susan Joan Sandler), 13300
Vassar, twin sons, David and
Michael.
* * *
Nov. 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
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4404 Webster, Royal Oak, a daugh-
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* * *
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ome Olson (Jeannette Gerstl),
15341 Oak Park Blvd., a daughter,
Susan Joan.
* * *
Nov. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Dan-
iel S. Marks (Judith Weisman) of
Elgin Ave., Oak Park, a daughter,
Nancy Faye.
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Nov. 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin Bronstein (Madeline Cohen),
23080 Cloverlawn, Oak Park, a son,
Robert Steven.

They came from all over the
world.
Dr. Perlzweig's half century of
:'Air devotion to Jew-
ry have coincided

with all the ma-
jor issues, the
trajedies, the tri-
umphs that have
marked • that 50
years. When
Jewry's voice re-
luired raising in
chancelleries or
international
councils, Perlz-
weig's presence
has been fre-
quently sought
Dr. Perlzweig and readily given.

Dr. Joachim Prinz, president of
the American Jewish Congress,
stated "Dr. Perlzweig has become
an invaluable servant of the Jew-
ish people. His eloquence from
many a rostrum in the world and
his unequaled ability to draft the
most intricate documents concern-
ing international Jewish problems
have been admired by delegates to
the United Nations as well as by
his close collaborators."
In New York, Dr. Perlzweig was
honored at a luncheon attended by
Jewish leaders from the United
States, Canada, Mexico and other
parts of the world.

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