Schwa rtzbeig-Shil pi ro
MRS. HARVEY SCHWARTZBERG
In a recent candlelight cere-
mony, Arlene Lois Shapiro became
the bride of Harvey Paul Schwartz-
berg. Officiating were Rabbi M.
Robert Syme and Cantor Harold
The ne , vlyweds are the chil-
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Larry L.
Shapiro of Stahelin Ave. and Mr.
and Mrs. George H. Schwartzberg
of Marlow Ave., Oak Park.
The bride wore a gown of
ivory peau de soie with open
neckline and fitted bodice ap-
pliqued with garlands of peau
de lange lace, pearls and silk
braid. Her crown and the hem
of her sheath skirt were trimmed
in matching lace. She carried
white roses on her Bible.
Irma Kahn was maid of honor.
and bridesmaids were Sue Aston.
Sylberta Marshak of Arizona and
Leslie Schwartzberg was his
brother's best man. Ushers were
Harvey Blavin, Shevard Goldstein
of Saginaw, Simon Kamer and
After a honeymoon in Florida
and Nassau. the couple will reside
on Greenfield Rd.
World Synagogue Council
to Discuss Latin Jewry
Three hundred delegates from
synagogues around the world will
gather in Mexico City on July 20
for the fifth international conven-
tion of the World Council of Syna-
gogues which will last for four days.
Convention chairman Bert God-
frey of Toronto
announces that a
light will he a re-
port and discus- 1'
sion on recent
developments in k
life in South
America. The re-
port will be
given by Rabbi
Marshall T. Godfrey
Meyer, director of the Council's
Latin American office, and Leon
Mirelman, board chairman of the
newly organized Beth El congrega-
tion in Buenos Aires. They will
also describe the activities of the
rabbinical seminary established in
Buenos Aires in 1962 under World
Charles Rosengarten of Water-
bury, Conn., World Council presi-
dent since its organization in 1957,
will report on his recent tour of
nine Latin American countries and
his survey of synagogue life there.
Mr. Rosengarten will project new
plans for the future of the World
The host synagogues in Mexico
City will be Beth Israel and Bet-El.
Convention delegates will meet
their members and be their guests
at worship services and at social
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 3, 1964
His Candidacy for
Temple Israel Gives
Dresser Awards to Two
Susan Shapiro and Brian Sey-
A. L. Zwerdling today announced burn were selected to receive the
his candidacy for the Board of Philip Dresser Memorial Awards as
Education of the City of Detroit. the outstanding students in the
His candidacy was endorsed by confirmation class of 117 at Temple
the Serve Our Schools Committee. Israel.
Susan and Brian were selected
Zwerdling, an attorney, with of-
fices at 3426 Cadillac To we r, on the basis of their outstanding
records in scholarship, participa-
tion and for the class essay, writ-
"The decision of three of the
ten on "Jewish Contributions to
seven members of the Board not
Brotherhood." The students had
to r u n for re-
their Bas and Bar Mitzvah and
election this fall,
were confirmed at Temple Israel.
creates a serious
They are now students in the high
problem for the
people of Detroit
Susan is the daughter of Mr.
and the future of
and Mrs. Nate Shapiro, 18601
Ardmore, and Brian is the son of
There is no more
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Seyburn,
important c o m-
19120 Parkside. Both students
are 10th graders in the enriched
and it will pre- ,
science and arts curriculum at
sent a particular
Cass Technical High School.
challenge in the
The Dresser Awards consist of
a basic Jewish library of eight
Shirley Moscow and D e b o r a h
partner in t h
Nathan won the temple's confirma-
firm of Zwerd- k. • •
tion class scholarship awards. Essay
ling, M i 11 e r,
Klimist and Maurer, Zwerdling contest winners were Kathy Wil-
was a member of the Citizens lens, Linda Bean, Helene Steinlauf
Advisory Committee on School and Carol Bendix. Honorable men-
Needs, which made an extensive tion in the essay contest went to
study of the Detroit School System. Alan Grey, Jessica Kaplan, Terri
He has B.A., M.A. and law de- Oppenheim and Myrna Gelman.
grees from the University of
Michigan. President of the Indus-
trial Relations Research Associa-
tion, Zwerdling has been an active
leader in the Bar for many years.
He is past chairman of labor
By Jesse Silver and Roy Silver
relations law section of the State
(Copyright, 1964, Jewish Telegraphic
Bar, a member of the labor rela-
Former National League base-
tions law committee of the Ameri-
can Bar Association, a member of ball star Sid Gordon is a proud
the Bar of the United States fellow. His son, Mike, signed a
Supreme Court, a member of the bonus contract with the St. Louis
American Arbitration Association. Cardinals and was assigned to
Born in Ann Arbor, in 1914, he Rock Hill, S.C., in the Western
Carolina League. Mike, a 20-year-
has been a resident of Detroit for
old catcher, has just graduated
25 years, and is married to the
former Thelma Chasman. They from C. W. Post College in N.Y.
Sandy Koufax of the Dodgers
have two children, both graduates
has the greatest number of life-
of the Detroit public schools.
Zwerdling is the son of Osias time pitching victories of any
Zwerdling of Ann Arbor, promi- Jewish major leaguer and will
soon pass the century mark? Sandy
nent Jewish community leader.
appeared in a box score for the
first time on June 29, 1955.
Columbia's 1964-65 basketball
U. S. Electronics Sell
captain, Neil Farber, lost his first
Like Hot Cakes at the
three games as a pitcher for the
Lion baseball squad but finished
Tel Aviv Trade Fair
the season with a 4-4 mark.
Turfman Louis Wolfson, owner
TEL AVIV — Nearly $120,000
in electronics products were sold of Roman Brother, figures he's
during the first week at the U.S. spent $4 million on thoroughbreds
exhibit of the Tel Aviv Interna- during the six years he's been en-
tional Trade Fair, it was reported gaged in the sport.
Don Rubell of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
U.S. Ambassador Walworth
captured the Creek Club's First
The announcement was made on Men's Invitational Tennis Tourna-
a visit to the exhibit by Pinhas ment. 11e defeated Lt. Richard
Sapir, minster of finance, com- Raskin, a Navy physician who is
the All-Navy titleholder.
merce and industry.
Ellis Tarshis of Montreal has
Joseph J. Barghahn, the exhibits been named non-playing captain
sales officer, predicted that the of the 1964 Canadian Davis Cup
volume of sales would continue team. Ellis represented the Maple
through the close of the fair. He Leaf in competition during the
based his prediction on the great 1939 Cup matches.
interest shown in the all-elec-
France's top-ranking pl a y e r,
tronics display by local business- Pierre Darmon, reached the semi-
finals of the French International
Tennis Championships b e f or e
More repercussions from l'affaire
Rodney Mandelstam, the U. of
Miami (Fla.) tennis captain by
way of South Africa, and the
DETROIT AUXILIARY and female member of the Hurricane
POST will sponsor a buffet lunch- squad. Rodney worked himself
eon at Ann Arbor Veterans Hos- into a lather when he learned
pital Tuesday for 75 to 80 pa- that the team would include a
tients and attendants, according to woman. Now, it seems, Mandel-
chairmen Fannie Kaplan and Han- stam has been bombarded with
nah Seinwel. The auxiliary will letters from the girl's home town.
service the retarded children at Says Rod: "One fellow wrote to
Lapeer on July 22, announces me that if a girl could play for
Child Welfare chairman Nellie the boy's team, I ought to shave
Berger. The next regular meeting my legs and play for the girls."
wil be held 8 p.m. July 24 at the Love-30! Incidentally, Mandelstam
Labor Zionist Institute. Refresh- was beaten in the finals of the
ments will be served.
Jews in Baseball
and Other Sports
Area Miss Wins
Top National Prize
in Writing Contest
Davida M. Rubin, daughter of
the Samuel Rubins, 26681 Hunt-
ington, Huntington Woods, won
first prize of a trip to Israel for
two in a national creative writing
contest sponsored by Barton Candy
Davida, a student at Temple
Emanu-El Religious School, also
for the temple
as part of her
Two yaears ago
Davida won 58
shares of G.U.S.
R ass c o, Ltd.,
stock in Israel by
prize in a Barton
An honor student and member
of the National Honor Society
at Dondero High School, Royal
Oak, Davida recently won a gold
medal for excellence in Latin
studies and was selected by the
faculty to represent the school
in a literary competition. She
will be a senior next fall.
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood
recently selected her as one of its
two representatives for the Mil-
dred Simon-Rosenberg Award for
her activities in Jewish affairs.
Davida has just finished a crea-
tive writing workshop at the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
Mozarteum to Put
Marguerite Chaj es'
Name on Plaque
A hazel-eyed b Ion d e has
brought beauty contest honors
to the community.
Runnerup in the Little Miss
Michigan Contest held in High-
land Park was Faith Lisa Wolfe,
daughter of the Warren Wolfes,
20067 Schaefer. One hundred six-
ty young ladies competed.
Standing 36 inches high in her
bare feet, Faith did well in bath-
ing suit competition and answer-
ed such questions as:
"What was the funniest thing
you ever saw?" (A big fish, she
"Why do you want to win the
Little Miss Michigan Contest?"
(To make my mommy and daddy
happy and proud, she replied
Faith received a marble trophy,
which stands as high as she does.
She also appeared on the Popeye
The beauteous Miss Wolfe will
start school in September. There
are more like her at home: a sis-
ter Lori, age 214.
Bnai Moshe Senior USY
Names New Officers
Senior Chapter of Bnai Moshe
United Synagogue Youth elected
the following officers at its recent
Mark Davis, president; Beth
Miller, Ronald Sussman, and Har-
riet Bakalar, vice presidents; Bar-
bara Harris, treasurer; and Rita
Keller and Elana Cutler, secre-
Marguerite Kozenn Chajes will
be the first American to have her
name engraved on the marble
plaque of the International Foun-
dation Mozarteum in Salzburg,
Austria, it was learned by the
Austrian Society of Detroit.
Mrs. Chajes' name will join
those of such world personalities
as the Queen Dowager Elizabeth
of Belgium and King Frederic X
Mrs. Chajes, who has been
honored many times for her efforts
on behalf of Austrian music and
culture in Detroit, is currently in
Europe. She was invited by the
president of the State Academy
of Music in Munich to lecture on
American music and to teach
American Fulbright students.
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