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V 2 THE TRANSCRIPT Monday, December 4, 1951 SYLVIA CALER. Editor Management Committee Archie S, Katz, Chairman; Samuel G. Holcenberg. Sam Prottas, Roy G. Rosenthal. Alfred Shyman, Mrs. William Wemstem. Office Hours: Monday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tuesday thru Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (except on 15tess day) 727 Seaboard Bldg. Phone MAin 4-0136 Seattle 1, Washington Issued Semi-Monthly (excepting July-August, with one edition) Entered as second-class matter July 7, 1949, at the Post Office at Seattle, Washington, under Act of March 3, 1870  UNIVERSITY PRINTING CO. JEWS IN SPORTS By IIAROLD U. RIBALOW (Copyright. 19fil. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) Paula Su.ssman00Weds Sanford Rose been the founding father of the American Basketball League. A year and a half ago, Saperstein, a dynamic and imaginative man, sold his stock in the Philadelphia War- riors (Wilt Chamberlain started to play for pay when he joined the Globetrotters, you will recall). And Saperstein established the new circuit. It has two dvisions. The East- ern has teams in Pittsburgh, Washington, Chicago and Cleveland. The Western has clubs in Kansas City, Los Angeles, San Francisco and hear this! Hawaii. SAPERSTEIN'S THINKING Abe Saperstein has devoted his career to the hoop sports and is not a later-comer to the game. He knows talent and he is capable of whipping up interest in players. The Globetroters have gone everywhere--including Israel --and delighted basketball fans all over the world. Saper- stein has been responsible for this remarkable team, and he is by no means a babe in the woods in competing with the NBA. In an interview with Murray Robinson of the New York I Journal-American, Abe said, "I picked out the cities and I I decided to stay out of New York because the only place I to play here is in Madison Square Garden and the Garden / owns the Knicks." Obviously the /(nicks weren't happy / with the formation of the new league, and Saperstein, as its Commissioner, isn't too popular in New York among t Garden officials. Still, Saperstein is not giving up. ] Theyve thrown a lot of rocks at us, he says, but they haven't stopped us. Organizing a pro basketball league' is easier than organizing a third major league in baseball, or expanding the majors. This is so because the colleges turn Out first-rate players in far larger quantities than the pros can use them." Saperstein is an optimist about the game. He insists that "... you can have ten pro leagues right now--and all would be about equal in playing strength. Players go right from college into the pros. There are no minors as in baseball. Our league has 96 players on the eight rosters and only 20 of them are former NBA men, Cleveland and San Francisco had 57 and 67 players respectively on their rosters before they cut." As the season progresses, we shall discover if Saper- tein is right; that is, if the caliber of play in his league is up to the quality displayed in the NBA. Will bis players do as well as Oscar Roberson and Jerry West and the dozens Of authentic stars of pro basketball? It is an interesting question and we shah follow the progress of Abe-Saperstein's American Basketball League. A NEW BASKETBALL LEAGUE Although professional basketball players are better than the collegeians, it has only been in the past decade that the pro game has caught on as a popular, crowd- pleasing sport. Years ago, when the Original Celtics played for pay, they didn't make the same impact as the college teams. Now, however, the Boston Celtics, for example, do a lot better in every respect than the college squads in the New England area. And even the New York Knicker- --Ackerman Pirate bockers who are in the lower rung of the hop ladder MRS. SANFORD S. ROSE get more publicity than most New York college quintets. Paula Jean Sussman daugh-'honor and brzdesmmds" " were Professional basketball is here to stay, for the Wilt ter of Mr and Mrs Leslie Philip Sharon Rose Elaine Hudesman, i Chamberlains, Elgin Baylors, Bob Cousys and Dolph " o  "" ,, ,. _ Mrs Richard Maizels, Mrs.[ Schayes are national heroes, and fans like to follow the ussman oI tacoma, wasnmg- Freer  ': olaerg .......... ana Mrs. alpn! exploits of great athletes, ton, became the bride of San- Schoenfeld, Jr. So it is also natural that the National Basketball Associ- ford S. Rose on November 19, Best man was Gary Schwartz ation should pick up competition, and this year the Associ- in Temple Beth E1 in Tacoma. and ushers included Stanley Si- ation is about to get it or at least the start of it. Abe His parents are Mr. and Mrs. dell. Alan Sussman, Alan Thai, Sapers.tein, who created the Harlem Globetrotters, has Alec J. Rose Richard Rose and Jay Bloom. WAREHOUSE PRICES on HOTPOINT APPLIANCES cdl ROSSOE BONNEY-WATSON FUNERAL DIRECTORS For 93 years funeral services available to all families regardless o income 1702 Broadway EAst 2-0013 The bride wore a gown of Following a wedding trip to white silk brocade, styled with Hawaii the couple will reside a portrait neckline and a panel skirt with back fullness which fell to a court train. She wore a veil of silk illusion caught to a pearl and blossom wreath, and she carried a white satin prayer book holding a garland bouquet of white roses with velvet leaves. Suzanne Molt was maid of in Seattle. The bride attended the Uni- versity of Washington where she affiliated with Alpha Epsi- loa Phi Sorority. The groom, a graduate of the Univers,ty of Washington, is a memSer of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, Sun- dodgers, and Scabbard and Blade honorary. To Wed Soon Mimi Funes in Cast Of "Music Man'" Coming This Month When "The Music Man" ar- rives m Seattle for a four-day stay at the Orpheum Theatre, Wednesday through Saturday, December 27, 28, 29 and 30, Mimi Funes, daughter of Mr. land Mrs. Sol Funes, will be one of the principles. She will be part of the huge company with Harry Hickox in the title role and its fifty actors, singers and dancers, seventy-six trombones, plus some twenty-five mum- clans, who will be seen when the curtain goes up on the open- ing night, t The 19-year old Miss Funes I won her role as the Mayor's / oldest daughter, while in New York .studying with the New / York City Ballet. She was tak- | --Images by Edy ling part in an open audition for BETSY ANN GARAWAY L another play when the director of tte touring company of "The The forthcoming marriage of Music Man" saw her. After the Betsy Ann Garaway to Dr. Ed- audition he immediately asked win Menkes of Vancouver, B.C., her to report for rehearsal the following day. Tickets for all performances including a matinee Saturday, Deeelnber 30, at 2:30, are on sate at the Sherman-Clay Con- cert Office, Walter's in the U District, Farmers' in Burien and Bell, Book and Candle in Bellevue. was announced at a tea given by her mother on November 18. Miss Garaway is the daughter of Mrs. Louis Garaway and the late Mr. Garaway and his par- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Men- kes of Victoria, B.C. Miss Garaway attended West- ern Washington State College and Dr. Menkes is a graduate of the Los Angeles College of Optometry. The wedding date has been set for December 30. THE JEWISH QuIz BOX -- By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Dance for Sial / Copyrigit, 1961, __n.,_e Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) People at Herzl QUESTION: Why do some in Saturday, Dec. 9 lhale the aroma of the smolder- The first of a series of in- ing wick after it has been 9 formal dances for single people, doused in the wine. 18 to 25 years of age, will be ANSWER: Some claim that this held in the t-lerzl Congregation demonstrates our delight in hay- HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING, ,O C APPLIANCES #., MAin 4-4545 ; ,,,,y 42, FA'RVlEW NO. HEATING OILS v  u L o II Aud00t00iu'00 00hiS cmin00 satu00- ] day evening, December 9, from SUPPORT ISRAEL THROUGH the PURCHASE 9:oo to 12:00 midnight. STATE OF Music will be supplied by the Overtones Quintet for the de- light and pleasm'e of all who ( ISRAEL BONDS omo. Donation is fifty cents per person. Refreshments will be served. A1 Katz, chairman of the dance committee, extends a cor- dial invitation to all single people to come, stag or drag, for an evening of fun. New Synagogue To Put On Lathes Party Yavneh Synagogue will soon- sor a gala Supper Lathes Party, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Russak on Sunday, De- cember 10, at 7:30 p.m. Admis- sion is $5.00 per couple. There will.be latkes and other tasty food galore, plus a variety of games for everyone's pleasure. For reservations please call Mrs. Ben Willner. PA 2-3221, or Mrs. Samuel Graudenz, PA 5-5224. YOUR INSURANCE may be out of date, too! ing performed the religious act. Others claim that this is an omen to protect one from harm- ful gases and odors. Others :;ay that it is significant of the fact that when the light of the Sab- bath l-ms faded and the liquid of the wine has been consumed, the Jew .lives through' the week to come with the memories and inspiration of the preceding Sabbath which.stays with him' as the sweeL aroma of the can- dle doused in the wine. QUESTION: Why is it custo- mary to rub some of the wine over the eye lids, after dousing the candle in it? T r ANSWER: Froln the passage in the I salms which is read when doing this, the motive can be gleaned It is-customary to say. "The Commandment of G-d, is pro'e, enlightening the eyes" (Psahns 1.9:9) when doing this. This shows that the observance of the Ahnighty's command- ments brings enlightenment. It is also taken to mean that man, upon setting out to begin his week's work, should be careful to use his eyes properly so as to evaluate the situations that confront him in their proper Be sure your insurance plans will meet today's higher costs on home furnishings and personal property. See us for up-to- date insurance coverage for all your needs. LIPMAN & ESFELD CLASSIFIED ......................... perspective. The eyes can lead; Beautiful ermine coat, petite they can also mislead. Rubbing size, back length 38 inches, thdln with the wine represents Had wonderful care. Ve*ill sell our attempt to use them wisely. for $500, 1/., value. WE 2-7091. FOR RENT: Downtown Hall, suitable for dances, receptions, parties, business conferences. Good parking. Moderate price. MA. 3-5967 r401 Smith Tower MA. 4-2631 MORTON PINCH  ABE J. GOLDMAN Busy Month Ahead At Kline Galland Home Several activities are planned $or and planned by the residents "bf'*Ltle Kline Galland home for December. On December 5, the Esther Levy Guild will give] their annual Chanukah party I for the residents. Gaily wrapped t gifts for all and refreshments] will be provided by the Guild. t The residents will have their] own Chanukah party on Decem-t ber 6 for which Cascade B'nai ']3'rith Women will be on hand to join in the festivities. Mrs. Klara Einstein will light the candles and Mrs. Sarah Herman Will explain the meaning of CHanukah. There will be games with prizes, singing, and refresh- ments provided by the B'nai B'rith Women. The Home will be decorated with handsome ar- ticles made by the residents in th-e: arts and crafts class under the. guidance of Mira Zimmer- mar/ and other volunteers from the. National Council of Jewish Women: The highlight of the Decem- ber program will be the annual staff party on December 18, at which time the residents will honor the members of the entire staff of the Galland Home. A spontaneous skit in which the residents wil impersonate mem- bers of the staff, in their own ifiimitable way, will feature Mrs. Rose Epstein, Mrs. Emily Liehtenstein, Mrs. Rose Alt, Mrs. Fanny Hoffman, Mrs. Sarah Olswang and Mrs. Hed- wig Meyer. The residents will direct their own performance. .The Chanukah party spon- sored by the Jewish War Vet- erans for residents of the Home onDecember 3, was the initial event of the Holiday Season. Mintz-DuBonne Nuptials Held I I NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN NEWS --Metal Photo MR. AND MRS. DAVID MINTZ The marriage of Eileen Du- illusion veiling and she carried Bonne and David Mintz took a cascading bouquet of white place at a family ceremony in roses and stephanotis. The bridal party included the home of her parents on Sun- Rochelle Blumenthal as maid day, October 22. Rabbi Sholom of honor, and Joseph Mintz, the Rivkin officiated. The bride is groom's twin b r o t he r, who the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. served as best man. ': Harry DuBonne and his parents The new Mrs. Mintz attended are Mr. and Mrs. John Mintz. the University of Washington The bride wore an original where she affiliated with Phi gown of white Aleneon lace and Sigma Sigma Sorority. He is a peau de sole, with a fitted be- graduate of the University of dice and voluminous skirt. The Washington School of Meehani- The Evening Branch, National Council of Jewish Women, will hold their annual C h a n u k a h Party at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, De- cember 5, at the home of Mrs. Sol Fisher 6345 Wilson Avenue. This event is planned to provide a "barrel" of fun for members and a box full of gifts to send to children in Israel. Each member is to bring an unwrapped gift for a child to be sent overseas, and a wrapped but not signed "white elephant" as an exchange gift. The program is a surprise and promises to be fun for all. H o s t e s s e s are Sadie Follette, Elsie Weiskind and Lucille Bar- ansky. The Council Volunteer Pro- gram provides leadership for the many activities at the Kline Galland Home. Reva Levine is the instructor for the painting class and is assisted by Merica Abrams. The Motor Corps, until recently was co-chairmanned by Dorothy Muscatel and Joan Furman. Joan's services are no longer available and it is hoped that a new volunteer will be found soon to replace her. The weekly Arts and Crafts program has included new items already in the making for the Home's coming oazaar in April. Plans to have English classes begin shortly are under way. These activities are made p, os- sible through Council's V, olun- teer Program. But, more volun- teers in all areas are desperately needed if Council is to continue in this much needed service. Volunteers may call AD 2-8470. portrait neckline reflected seed cal Engineering. .pearls and rhinestones and the After a honeymoon in Cali- F--ed n.era long tapered sleeves formed fornla and Nevada, the couple ?:::" "qF  7 calla points at the wrists. Her will make their home in Seat- Will Appear in Seattle tiara was of seed pearls with tle. HADA;SSAH DATES American Medical SET FOR DECEMBER Society Auxiliary Hadassah Group meetings for To Meet Dec. 13 . December have been listed as The next regular meeting, of follows: the Seattle Ladies' Auxiliary of Central Group: Luncheon at the American Medical Center at 12 noon, Monday, December 18, Denver will be held on Wednes- at the Jewish Community Cen- day afternoon, December 13, at ter. A birthday cake commem- the Eastside "Y", 29th and "East .... iii:!!iiiii ii ! orating Henrietta Szold will be Cherry. The usual noon time lit. There will be a drawing for snack luncheon will be served a door prize. A movie of interest during the social hour preced- to all will be shown, ing the lneeting proper. tilde Zadek, in the title role of "Tosca," when she appeared With the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, London. Hilde Zadek, leading soprano of the Vienna State Opera, will be presented by the Jewish Community Center in a concert of opera favorites on Saturday, January 6, 1962, at 8:30 p.m. Gustave Stern, musical director of the Seattle Park Department l an6 the Aqua Theatre, will be her accompanist. Miss Zadek has appeared with the leading opera companies of the world and was one of the featured soloists in the concert dren of all ages are cordially Tickets are twenty-five cents performance of "Tosca" under invited, and may be ob{ained from Dimitri Mitropolous at the Mann Auditorium in Tel Aviv. Suburban: Luncheon at noon, Herzlite members, the Herzl of- Monday, December 18, at the rice, or at tte door. Membership Sponsoring her Seattle per- home of Mrs. Jeffrie Kay, 3637 is not required to attend the af- formance is a committee made up of Mrs. Leonard Aronson, 81st S.E., Mercer Island. "Cook- fair. Mrs. Benjamin Asia, Mrs. Elsa ing like your mother's" is the 3ocial dancing as well as theme for a demonstration by square dancing to a professional Ballo, George Brandt, Mrs. A1 Mrs. David Pass, assisted by caller' and refreshments are on Brite, Mrs. Herman Chaim, Mr's. Mrs. Harry Lipsett, featuring lthe program. Dress will be hill- Benjamin Cole, Mrs. Fred En-. the preparation of strudel,billy style. gel, Mrs. Charles E. Fine, Mrs. knishes, blintzes, etc. Bring pad/ Herzlites is made up of boys Alfred Fast, Mrs. Abby Frank- and pencil for recipes, land girls of junior high school lin, Mrs. Bob A. Friedman, Mrs. Walter Hoffman, Ernest Jack- son, Felix Rosenbaum and Mrs. Edith Rosencrantz. Tickets, at $2.00 each, will be available at the Center. Tele- phone reservations can be made through the program office, MA 4:8431. While in Seattle, Miss Zadek will be visiting with her nar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Zaclek. Pioneer Women To Hear Mrs. Hillman On Trip to Israel Mrs. Lena Hilhnan, member of the National Board of Pio- neer Women, will be the guest of honor at the annual Chanu- kah Luncheon of Seattle Chap- ter Pioneer Women on Tuesday, December 12, at noon at tbe Eastside Y, 29th and E. Cherry St. Mrs. Hillman, who recently returned from a trip to Israel, Will show a color travelogue of the work being done there by Pioneer Women. A hot lunch will be served and door prizes will be given. Mesdames Harry N. Broadway: Latke Lunch- Program, decorations, and re- con at 12 noon, Monday, Decem- freshments will all be in a ber 18, at the home of Mrs. Chanukah motif: Most important Lawrence Sadick, 1251 22nd E. item of business on the agenda There will be a birthday cele- will be the annual nomination bration in honor of Henrietta and election of officers. Szo]d. Proceeds of the "Simcha Mrs. Nathan Becker, Presi- Table" are earmarked for linen dent, urges all members to at- supplies for the Hadassah Medi- tend and bring friends. cal Center. Members are asked .... to make up their own tables {:h uk h "Hillbilly and to bring cards or sets for an a their game of bridge, pan, mah-Hop" To Be at Herzl jong, or whatever they wish to play. The Herzlites will hold their North End: A Chanukah second major affair of the year party is planned for Monday, "Herzlite Chanukah Hillbilly December 18, at 3:30 p.m. at the Hop," on Saturday, December Carnation Milk Plant, Univer- 16, from 7 to 10:30 p.m. in the sity Village. Mothers and chin Vestry of Herzl Synagogue. Brandeis: This newest addi- tion to the Hadassah roster, de- signed for young-marrieds, will meet on Tuesday, December 19, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Morgan. Barokas, 3447 36th W. (Magnolia). The program will consist of a dessert recipe ex- change, with a home economist as the featured speaker. Bring your favorite recipes plus samples thereof, to serve as re- freshments for the meeting. Anyone interested may contact the membership chairman, Mrs. Norm Greenbaum, at LA 2-6284. Ilenrietta Szold: Monday, De- cember 18, at the home of Mrs. Samuel Tobin, 1871 40th Ave. E. Lunch will be served at 12 noon There will be the usual monthly doorprize. Mrs. Sholom Rivkin, a new member and wife of the spiritual leader of Congrega- tion Bikur Cholim, will present a book review on "A Woman of Valor." Meeting notices of the re- maining groups will be found in the Hadassah Herald and in the individual group bulletins. Mesher, Jacob Bienn, Benjamin Jaffe and Molly Caplan are Mizrachi Women To hostesses for the affair. ' 'Mrs. Dave Fuxon, president, extends a eordial invitation to all to attend. Have Affair For Chanukah Dec. 9 The Bessie Gotsfeld chapter of Mizrachi Women will have their annual Chanukah Party on Saturady night, December 9, at 8:15 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barber, 3856 Young People Of Bikur Cholim To Have Lathe Party : The Couples Group of Con-39th South. All proceeds will gregation Bikur Cholim will go towards the maintenance of hold its Annual Latke Party on the children of Kfar Batya in December 9, at 8:30 p.m. in the Ranana, Israel. Synagogue Vestry, 17th and ,Yesler Way. There will be a 1 n ,e fol which g'ft excha g , " ' each couple is asked to bring a wrapped gift not exceeding 50c in cost. Entertainment will be Tim evening will include a variety of games. Members are asked to bring relatives and friends. The next regular meeting of the Bessie Gotsfeld Chapter will be held at the home of Mrs. So- phie Werner, 173 23rd Avenue. Apl.. 6, on December 19, al. 8:15 p.m. Members are urged to at- tend. MONTREAL (JTA) --The number of Jewish immig/'ants to Canada during the January- Sepelnber 1961 period fell to 1.077 as compared with 1,8,10 provided by Mr. and Mrs. Elisha who arrived in the correspondr Rachovitsky of Israel. The cost ing nine months of 1960, tim of. the evening will be 50c per Canadian Jewish Congress re-couple. All interested young ports, couples are invited to attend. Mizrachi Party Set For December 5 The Deborah Chapter Mizra- chiWomen will have a lunch- eon-card party on Tuesday, De- cember 5, at 12:30 p.m. at the Rainier Beach Community Club, 61st South and Pilgrim Street. Baby sitter will be available. Anyone interested should call Mrs. A1 Calderon, PA 3-8431, or Mrs, Joe Peha at PA 3-6661. HEATING OIL CO. JAKE ROCKOV CJeanest Heating OiJs Auotomatic Service and Complete Furnace Repair 24 Hours a day--ME. 3-3410 ACCURATE DRY CLEANERS "WE-CLEAN WITH PERCHLORETHYLENE OR SOLVENT vou CHOICE O LAVE i WITH US Finest Cleaning in the Northwest 2510 E. Cherry EA. 3-8844 ORDER NOW ! 1961 AUTOS At Tremendous Savings (Not 1960's--We said 1961's) Immediate Delivery Any Make or Model--American or Foreign RALPH GROSSMAN & JOHNNY McFADDEN age and is open to all Jewish boys and girls in the city. whether they are members of Herzl or not. Subscribe to The Transcript. $3 a year. 6th and Blanchard DENNY REGRADE, SEATTLE 24 Hrs. 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