Anselm's, Pratt, Danbury State that Brumel was an excep-
without Bus they would lose
the Cup, the two holdouts
tional athlete. He didn't stop
yielded, or at least this is
trying when he competed
Valeri Brumel, the greatest
the story as reported by Joe
against other athletes. He beat
high jumper in the world, is
Wershba of the New York
more than John Thomas; he
no flash in the pan, to mix
won from every one else and
my images. When he first beat
he kept setting records.
Wershba adds that there are
America's John Thomas, the
quite a few Jews in yachting
feeling was that it was a
nowadays and some have sailed
freak victory. But when he incredible for an athlete to go with Bus and these men, were
higher than seven feet? Well, better than Mosbacher's crew'on
about a month ago, Brumel set
a new record in Moscow-7 feet the Weatherly—but they didn't
with him when Gretel was
5 and three-eighths inches. And work
No Jews, you see,
—Love and Faith
he jumped with faulty shoes. unless you need
one to win! A
By MOSHE SHARRETT
It was only the second time he
Chaim Weizmann must be used spikes and before the gentlemen's sport, ladies and
numbered among the exception- meet, in Lenin Stadium, Brumel gentlemen!
al personalities whose mortal found a hole in his shoe. He
and transistory life is stamped took it to a repair shop, but he
with immortality — men who was told that they didn't fix
are chosen to leave their mark "special footwear." So, as Bru-
upon history during their own mel tells it, "I wangled a piece ORCHESTRA
lifetime and in full view of of twine from them and some- "Music As You Like It"
Music Study Club
how sewed up the hole myself.
Plans Rallies in
Three qualitites in Chaim I did a good job." Then, he set LI 7-0896
Weizmann accounted for his his new record.
Advance of Concert
greatness: ardent love, pro-
I have been asked whether
Music Study Club of Detroit found faith and a unique spirit Emil (Bus) Mosbacher, skipper 0 PLASTIC FURNITURE
will hold the first of its con- of dedication. He drew faith of the Weatherly, the sailboat V.
cert rallies 12:30 p.m. Tuesday and love from the depths of his that beat back the challenge of C , .
MADE TO ORDER
at the home of Mrs. Norman people's life and his own soul. Australia's Gretel for the Amer-
or READY MADE
A 11 e n, a n- . His inspiration — a divine per- ica Cup, is Jewish.
' CALL ANNA KARBAL 6
sonal gift granted by fate —
tbecame a s u p r eme national there's a little story attached
dent Mrs. A.
asset. Armed with (hose three to it. You can't be the skipper
qualitites, he emerged as his
the American sailboat un-
people's advocate in the earth- of
you are a member of the
shaking days when a new world less
New York Yacht Club. And
had never had a
spirit of Isreal—the very this Club
8:30 p.m. Dec.
member. Most of the
foundation of its national ex- Jewish
9 at the De-
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FOR THE ULTIMATE
artists will be Muriel Green- ers throughout the ages—that
IN GOOD MUSIC
spon, mezzo-soprano, and Itzhak spirit manifested itself in Chaim
Perlman, violinist. Chairman of Weizmann in all its strength
the concert is Mrs. Max Reich. and glory, marvellously fusing
And His Orchestra
Mrs. Norman Allan is co-chair- the "Schechina," the godly in-
man. spiration of the people, with
At the Tuesday rally, Mrs. the magic of its leader's person-
Maurice Morse, patron chair- ality.
In the substance of his utter-
man, will submit the patron list.
Mrs. George Terebelo, general ance, no less than in its spirit,
admissions chairman, will re- he was for his people and for
port on the progress of her all the world the symbol of the
committee. great Jew. He appeared before
Proceeds from the concert the nations of the world and
will be used to assist talented their leaders as the illustrious
music students. Rallies will be exponent and the living person-
held also on Nov. 13 and 20. ification of Jewish morality—
The Music Study Club will not an abstract type of ethics
offer prizes of $100 and $200 soaring to lofty spheres of pure
to Stop In and See
for its "Competition for Strings" thought but a morality which
in January. String instrument reaches down to the depths of
Their Fine Collection of
students, aged 16-21, are eli- human awareness.
For all his genuine simplicity
gible. For information and en-
he walked among us as a man
try blanks, call 2724058.
apart, lofty of stature, robed in
dignity, enveloped in majesty.
The impression he made was of
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ing the period of his effective
Bnai Brith Youth
Six Detroit area teenagers leadership. Those were the
have been elected to national years when soverign indepen
and international posts in the dence was our cherished, dis-
Bnai Brith Youth Organization. tant goal, as far removed from
"IF I MARRY YOU YOU'LL HAVE
Judy Millman was elected in- the realities of our life as dream
TO PROMISE THAT OUR WEDDING
ternational president of Bnai f r o m actuality. Weizmann's
Brith Girls at the recent con- royal bearing embodied and
GUESTS CAN STAY AT THE
symbolized for all men our peo-
vention in Starlight, Pa.
CRANBROOK HOUSE MOTEL kl "
Merle Weston was elected na- ple's readiness for statehood,
tional chairman of Fellowship its right to national freedom.
Just as his stature was raised
and District Six reporter for
by his serving as the spokesman
Bnai Brith Girls.
Chuck Lefton was named in- for a people with a great his-
ternational AZA religious chair- toric legacy, so the people's
status was correspondingly en-
Alan Clive became District hanced by his greatness.
Six reporter for AZA.
Richard Heideman was elect- Dr. Shifrin Elected
ed international sub-chairman
President of Fresh
for Social Awareness in AZA.
Avram Surath was elected Air Society Board
District Six president of AZA.
Dr. Peter G. Shifrin has been
Diane Shapiro is acting three- elected president of the Fresh
tor of the Michigan Region of Air Society board of directors.
BBYC; Sol Superfon is Region
Other board officers are Dr.
chairman; Mrs. Henry Onrich Oscar D. Schwartz, vice-pres-
and Bernard Panush, co-chair- ident; Mrs. Mina Bargman, sec-
retary; and Mrs. Julian H.
He that brings up the child
Maxwell E. Katzen, outgoing
is called father, not the one president, was presented a
CR.ANgROOk HOUSE MOTEL
that begets it.---Shemoth Rab- plaque in appreciation of his
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MRS. DAVID HESSENTHALER
Harriet Jewel Sorokin be-
came the bride of David Hessen-
thaler in a ceremony performed
by Rabbi M. Robert Syme and
Cantor Harold Orbach Oct. 14
at the Raleigh House.
The bride is the daughter of
William Sorokin of Ohio Ave.
and the late Mrs. S'orokin. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Otto Hessenthaler of
The bride wore a peau de
soie gown with a scoop neck
and full skirt trimmed with
Alencon lace applique and em-
broidered with seed pearls. Her
headpiece was a crown of crys-
tals and pearls.
The bridegroom is a graduate
of Brown University. After a
honeymoon in California, the
newlyweds will reside in Oak
The 1962-1963 Yeshiva Uni-
versity basketball schedule has
been released, and it has been
announced that the "Mighty
Mites" will play 20 games this
season. It is not a surprising
schedule, for Yeshiva will face
the same opponents as last year.
But the Yeshiva record should
be better than the 10-10 mark
of a year ago, for only Sam
Grossman has been graduated
and the remaining four regulars
will be back once more.
Yeshiva's opponents are (be-
ginning on Dec. 1) Kings Point,
Fairfield, Paterson State, Fair-
leigh Dickinson, Long Island
University, Rider, Pace, Hart-
wick; Brooklyn Poly, Scranton,
WHAT EVERY BRIDE
By BRUCE KRIEGEL
"Rebel Without a Cause, '
this year's fall play, will be
presented in the high school
auditorium on the evenings of
Nov. 15 and 16. The play co-
stars Terry Littmann as Judy
Brown, Mike Sklar as Jim Stark
and Marty Rosen as Plato.
Six Oak Park High students
have been awarded letters of
commendation by the National
Merit Scholarship Corporation.
The recipients include David
Savage, Elizabeth Rhein, Laurie
Levine, Caryl Morrison, Rich-
ard Feldstein and Steve Gold-
The Young Democratic Club
of Oak Park recently elected
Barry Klein, an Oak Park High
junior, as vice-chairman of the
Teachers from elementary,
junior high, and secondary
school levels will address the
Future Teachers Club Nov. 8.
Officers of the FTC include
Barbara Stern, president; Max-
ine B e r m a n, vice-president;
Bobby Siegel, secretary; and
Sandy Soloway, treasurer. The
club is sponsored by Mrs. Bar-
bara Goldsmith, English teach-
er at Oak Park High.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Green-
baum announce that the Bas
Mitzvah of their daughter, Anna-
bel R. Greenbaum, will take
place 8:15 p.m. Nov. 9 at Bnai
Moshe. Kiddush will follow
OFFICE HOURS: MON. THRU THURS., 9 to 5; FRIDAY, 9-4; SUNDAYS 10 A.M.-1 P.M.
31 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, November 2, 1962
Miss So rain [reds Yeshiva Lagers to Play 20 Games; Brumel Shods Self for Big Jump
U. RIBALOW New Paltz, C.W. Post, Melphi, kept whipping, or outjump-
cept Mosbacher. Two weren't.
David Hessenthaler By HAROLD
Bridgeport, CCNY, Hunter, St. Mg our John, it became clear
But when they were told that