THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 9, 1966 45
Global Review of Jews in Sports
Over 6,000 sq. ft. of choice
business area on busy Liver-
nois, 60' of attractive front-
age. Ideal for almost any kind
of business. Air cond. Only
$40,000, land cont. considered.
Widow must sell. Ask for
4 stores in good shopping
area. All occupied with
leases. $5,000 yearly income.
Ask for Mr. Lerner.
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
17-HOUSES FOR SALE
Tanglewood in Souaifield
4 Models-Ranches and Colonials
Models at Corner of Pierce and Cambridge
1st blk. N. of -11 Mi., betw. Greenfield and Southfield
OPEN Sat. and Sun. 1-8; Weekdays by Appt.
In beautiful WASHINGTON HEIGHTS
2 COLONIALS w/ 2-Car Attached Garage, 2 1/2 Baths,
Large Paneled Den, Beamed Ceiling, Plank Floor.
Utility Room 1st floor
Still time to choose colors
on one house
MODEL - 18302 NEW HAMPSHIRE
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.0177E N ..D
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Y 1 -5 0R B'Y
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We will take Houses in Trade
MT. VERNON BLVD. (9 1 /2 Mile Rd.)
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17143 Mt. Vernon
Daily 1 - 8
Make Your Own Selections
LADY desires ride in the mornings
from Stoepel-Santa Clara area to down-
-town Detroit or Lafayette and 14th.
864-9193- after 8 p.m.
• Large Living Room
01311 N3 3 219
• Separate dining room
• Tremendous kitchen and
• G.E. NEW AMERICANA
dble. oven, range, dish-
• All wood insulated glass
Thermopane type windows
Two Jewish girls, Abigail Hoff-
man of Canada and Irena Kirszen-
stein of Poland, were big winners
in recent international track com-
petition. Miss Hoffman of Toronto
won .a gild medal in the British
Commonwealth Games at Kingston,
Jamaica. 'The Canadian girl clocked
an outstanding 2:04.3 for 880 yards.
Miss Kirszenstein, a Warsaw co-
ed, gave the Russians a bad time
at Minsk in a meet between the
two Communist neighbors. The
BAR-MITZVAH„ Hebrew, Bible, Yiddish, Polish girl won the 100 and 200
English; experienced teacher, 342-9254. meter runs and ran on the winning
400 meter relay. She placed sec-
"Modern Math" problems?
ond in the long jump. Her time in
the 100 and 200 was 11.4 and 23.3.
Trouble with English?
Despite this, the Soviets defeated
Weak in study skills?
Prepare now for a successful school the Poles 175-155.
• * *
Miler Ray Roseman won the
MODERN INSTITUTE OF
MATHEMATICS and ENGLISH Southern Counties title in 4:06.0
for his first major English victory
18244 W. McNichols
in 14 years of running. At the
British national championships
PIANO INSTRUCTIONS for beginners Roseman placed sixth in 4:03.4 .. .
or advance. Rock 'n' roll, popular or
Englishman Len Walters, 19, has
bests this season of 49.2 and 1:53.6
GUITAR lessons in your home. 831-4265.
for the 440 and 880 yard runs .. .
MATHEMATICS tutoring. High school Debbie Marcus, formerly of Lon-
teacher. B.S., M.S. degrees. 17 years
experience-Modern mathematics. 353- don, won the Israeli 100 and 200
meter championships in 12.4 and
26.0, then captured the 100 meters
in 12.5 at a duel meet against
• * *
CARS TO BE DRIVEN
Former decathlon great, Iry
To Philadelphia, New York City,
Mondschine, has been appointed
Seattle, Florida, Utah, California,
assistant track coach at the Univer-
Texas( Arizona, etc. Also drivers
furnished to drive your car any-
sity of Pennsylvania. The ex-Olym-
pian from NYU last worked as a
track coach at Lawrence High
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School in New York. His previous
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coaching experience includes Lin-
DETROIT, MICH. 48204
coln (Pa.) University and national
coach in Israel. Besides track,
Mondschine participated in football
Lovely income. 6 rms. dn. and
5 up. Both flats decorated. 2
fireplaces, carpeting, 2 mod-
ern kitchens, 2 tile baths, full
base., gas ht., side drive. Ga-
rage. Ask for Mr. Kalfuss.
BY JESSE SILVER
(Copyright, 1966, JTA, Inc.)
Livernois nr. 7 Mi.
• REAL ESTATE. SALES
Train for a rewarding career in
real estate at no cost to you.
Men or women. Age no barrier.
You can earn a five-figure in-
come in a profession that offers
prestige and unlimited oppor-
tunity. We are a leading sub-
urban firm that gets action.
Classes start Sept. 19. Enroll
now. Call Mr. Galperin, LI 8-
e tua ttc hdat
Coolidge S. of 10 Mile
Also All Around & Produce Person
18838 W. 7 MILE
YOUNG PERSON willing to learn fur-
niture business. Paid while learning.
2005 E. 8 Mile.
Active elderly man wants house-
keeper-companion in Ann Arbor to
keep Kosher Home. Lovely resi-
dence in good neighborhood. Excel-
lent wages. Private room and bath-
room. References required. Call Ann
Arbor, NOrmandy 3-5107, Saturday
Mark Midler of the Soviet Union
WANTED-Someone to care for my
daughters in motherless home. More
for home than salary. UN. 4-5591.
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
Learn construction sales complete
from the ground up. Training pro-
gram, salary, bonus, transportation
and benefits provided. See Bob
Shapiro, Great Lakes Lumber and
Supply. 14370 W. 8 Mile. 9 a.m. to
11 a.m. Monday-Friday.
HOUSEKEEPER wanted. Small family.
7 Mile area. LI. 8-0107.
45 - BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FLORIST SHOP for sale. Good estab-
lished business, good location. Must
sell immediately due to illness. Very
reasonable. LI 2-6742.
LARKINS MOVING CO.
A-1 PAINTING, paperhanging. interior
UN 4-0326, UN 2-3873 after 6:30.
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005.
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO.
By Hour or Flat Rate
Local and Long Distance Packing, stor-
age. pianos, appliances, nousehold furn-
UN 2 - 6047
543 - 4832
I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work. We specialize in rec. rooms. BR
3-4826, LI 5-4035.
• BIt.-in G.E. DOUBLE Oven &
• Center Pass Hall
• Paneled Family Room
• Copper Plumbing
• 2 1 /2 Baths, Large Bath Vanities
• Ceramic Tile
• Full Basement
• Vinyl Flooring
• Insulated Glass Windows
• 2 Car Aattached Garage
• Prefinished Kitchen Cabinets
• 70 Ft. Lots
• Furniture Planned Rooms
Need Tcp Money?
FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.
One of Detroit's largest real
estate offices has openings
for people eager to learn the
interesting and rewarding pro-
fession of real estate. Good
schooling and bonus plan. Mr.
VIENNA FURRIER - Re-modeling, re.
pairs. Reasonable prices. DI 1-0462.
55 - MISCELLANEOUS
FRIGIDAIRE refrigerator. Tire chang-
er jack. Norelco, Remington electric
shavers, electric log. LI. 2-7232.
MASSAGE and special exercise for
losing weight and relaxing in your
home. Call evenings 862-3286, Mr.
was a member of the Russian
squad that captured the foil team
title at the world fencing cham-
pionships in Moscow. A press dis-
patch from the Russian capital
mentioned that the 34-year-old
Midler had participated in four
Olympic Games and that he ex-
pected to make the Games again
To appear in five Olympic
Games is an outstanding accom-
plishment for any fencer, but even
if Midler makes it, it will not be a
record. Not even a Jewish record.
The all-time mark is held by an-
other Jewish fencer, Dr. Ivan
Osiier of Denmark, who competed
in seven Olympics from 1908-48.
He won a silver medal in epee at
Stockholm in 1912.
Norman Armitage of the U.S.
and Edgar Seligman of Great Brit-
ain are other Jewish fencers who
have appeared in five or more
Olympic Games. Armitage in six,
Seligman in five.
Albert Axelrod, Herb Cohen and
Mary Grafton of the New York
Fencers Club combined to win the
foil team title at the national fenc-
ing championships in New York.
At the same -meeting Dave Micah-
nil: led the Salle Csiszar of Phila-
delphia to the epee team crown.
Micahnik was runnerup in the in-
dividual epee event, while Gil Eis-
ner of the NYAC took third . . .
Edward Bourne, 17, won the Brit-
ish national epee championship. It
was the first time in the 62 year
history of the event that a school
boy won a title.
Israel placed fifth in the Inter-
national Paraplegic Games held in
England. The Israelis captured 12
gold medals, 15 silver and 10
bronze. The biggest Israeli tri-
umph came in basketball. They de-
feated the U.S. in the semi-final
32-27, and then beat Argentina for
the title 47-32.
David Matlin of Los Angeles,
first vice-president of the National
AAU, is also the general counsel
of the Soaring Society of America,
Inc. This is the national governing
body for gliding and soaring in the
Don Aronow of Miami Beach lost
the Around-Long Island, N.Y.,
marathon for power boats by one
second. Aronow raced 250 miles to
have his Donzi-Mangum lose by a
boat-length. Jerry Langer, also of
Miami Beach, placed seventh while
Bill Wishnick, of New York, took
* * *
Bob Mosbacher of Houston
placed third in the Diagon Class at
the European sailing champion-
ships in Denmark. Americans had
never done well in this sailing
class before . . . Al Levinson of
Indianapolis was runner-up at the
national senior snipe champion-
ships. Levinson's sailing accounted
for 7,305 points.
Fred Goldstein was a member
of the winning Oxford side that
met Cambridge in the annual
cricket classic in England. Gold-
stein, a freshman from Bulwayo,
Rhodesia, was elected secretary of
the Oxford University Cricket
Club for next year.
Martin Tananbaum, president of
Yonkers Raceway in New York,
and his publicity chief, Irving
Rudd, spent a weekend recently in
Moscow at the request of Soviet
harness racing officials. The Rus-
sians called Tananbaum on the
telephone from Moscow and invited
him to the International Carnival
of Trotting at the Cents-al Hippo-
drome. The Soviets, determined to
improve their horses and training
methods, hope to attain interna-
tional status in harness racing
with the help of Tananbaum.
A diplomat is a man who remem-
bers a lady's birthday but forgets