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2 THE TRANSCRIPT Monday, June 22, Pearl SYLVIA CALER, Editor ,Management Committee Archie S, Katz, Cilairman; Samuel G. Holeenberg, Sam Prottas. Roy G. Rosenthal, Mrs. William Weirmtein -Subscription Price: $3:00 per year; $5.00 for two years :Office Hours: Monday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; ueday thru Friday, S a.m. to 1 p.m. (exeapt on press day) tltoQm I01, ,1017 Fourth Phone MAin 4-0136 Seattle 4, Wash. Istted Semi-Monthly (excep July-August, with :one edition) !lntered as second-class matter July 7, '1949, at the Post Office ,at:Seattle, Washington, under Act of March 3, 1870 , 2 PRINTING CO. UNIVERSITY 0ErH AM THEATRE @ARTY TO BE JULY 9 .S,o In e exeelh:nt ,orchestra seats are still available for th.e Temple Bth Am Theater Par- ty for the opening night per- .formance of I,conard Bern- stein's "Wesl Side Story .... at ;30 p.!n. ot ThursdaY  July 9 at the Seatlle Opera tIouse. The general fund 0T the Tem- ple will benefit from 1he sale: of tickets, fit six dollars each. Tickets may be reserved by calling Mrs. Henry Butler, LA 2-1488; Mrs. Charles Kaplun, L.A 2-654B or Mrs. Jeall Mosler, LA 2-7053. !riqkct buyer,! maY also choose to attend an exciting post perlormance party in One of tt)e beautiful rooms at the Opera ttouse. Members of ttm cast have been invited to be present at this fesliv; event. Refreshments will be served, prepared trader the supervision of Mrs. Gerald Cone and Mrs. Paul Levien. There will be a nominal cltarg(, f(}r the party, also for the benefit of Temple Beth Am. Further information may be obtained from the ticket sellers. Subscribe to The Transcript. I,ym, e Sheter Will Wed Stel/hen Green Mr. and Mrs. Edward William Shekter of Bellevue announce the engagement of 1heir daugh- tel' I,ynne Tercse to Stephen Michael (;reen, son,of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Green. 'l'tw [ride-eJect graduated June 2 from Cornish School of Altied Arts in tnterior ;Design. She alga attendedthe Univer- sity of .Washington. Mr. :Green is presently attending the Uni- versity of Washington where he is affiliated with Delta Kappa Epsiln fraternity. A late August wedding is planned. B'nai B'rilh Women In Workshop Session A woksh0p for all levels of the Greater Seattle Council of B'rmi B'rith Women was held Tuesday, June 2, 1964 in the !Panorama Room of the Catalan :Hotel. Mrs. Gilbert Denton of District Four, Los Angeles, con- ducted and demonstrated tech- niques of membership acquist- tion and retention; duties of various officers; and responsi- bilities of the organization to the membership and of the Mural and Albert Main,on Mar00. II'nai ...... .... y[ B'rilh Y0uih District l0 Meet In Palm Springs in July The annual District No. 4 B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza- tion Convention will again be held at the Riviera Hotel in Palm Springs, California, from July 2 to July 5. Over 300 youths are expected to partici- pate. Attending from Seattle will be Shelley Gomavitz, Habonat vice president; Dale Nelson regional BBG president; Beth Weiner, regional convention chairman; Sue Morhaime, Se- attle No. 126 president and re- gional corresponding secretary; Darlene DuBonsky, regional fellowship chairman; Bunny Filzer, regional recordin'g sec- retary; and Marlene Touriel regional orator. With the theme "No Man Is an Island," the girls will spend 3 days in intensified leadership training. Among the guest speakers at the meet will he Milton Senn, regional director of ADL in Los Angeles; Julius Klein, consultant to Los An- geles County Commission on .Human Relations; and John Buggs, executive director of the same commission. Pearl Peggy Mural, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. bh'ank Mutal, and Albert MaJmon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Maimon, were married June 21 at Bikur Cho- lira Synagogue..Rabbi Solomon Maimon, uncle of the groom, performed the ceremony. The bride chose a gown of silk organza and pea d'ange lace, with a fitted bodice, jew- eled lace portrait neckline and elbow length sleeves. The full Watteau back was trimmed $3.00a year. membership to the charities with panels of lace and fell B'nai B'rith Women so ably from a soft fabric bow into a APARTMENT finance, chapel train. Her four-tiered ( . Seattle Chapter will hold its veil of silk illusion was caught In Stately ,o]oma] next regular meeting in Sep- to a pearl edged, lace petaled Apartment Building tember. Board meetings will rose. She carried a bouquet of BROADWAY EAST be held regularly during the cascading phaleanopsis orchids and stephanotis. summer months. VOLUNTEER PARK AREA Linda Mutal, sister of the 7 rooms, 2,000 square feet. Sun Nerzl ,Young Adults bride, and Sue Maimon, sister room, den, 2 baths, 2 fireplaces, ' ................... 2-3 bedrooms. Top floor impres- Joining lll NW s]ve view. Carpeting and some Government Institute furnishings available- $275 per For June 27 Dance month, ,ease. The Herzl Y o u n,g Adult00 At U. of W. on July 8 joint weekend with he Van- Phone EA 1,-2913 cou,ver and Portland Young Water ResourcesDevelop- Adults will begin with a so- ment in Washington State will .cial hour at 9:30 p.m. on Sat- be the topic of the twenty- urday, June 27 in the terzl ninth annum Institute of Gov- BONNEY-WATSON Vestry. At i0 ,p.m. the Seattle ernment on Wednesday, July 8, group ill host aLdance eatur- in the Studcnt Union Building FUNERAL DIRECTORS ins live music. During the.eve- of the University of Washing- EAst 2-0013 ning, a complete schedule of ton. events for the following day Sponsored by the Bureau of "" will be announced. Governmental Research and For 96 years All Seattle Young Adults Services, the summer institute funeral services available fl'om the age of lzazenty are is co-sponsored by nine worn- to all families cox.diHy invited to join in the en's organizations, one of which regardless of incom weekep.d activities. Further in- is the Seattle Section, National formation may be had by call- Council of Jewish Women. ing Myrna Cordova at PA 5- Representing the Council on 1732 Broadway 3334 or Henry Cordas at PA 5- the advisory committee of the 0015. sponsoring organizations is '--------: .......................... Mrs. James A. Nussbaum. Gen- t oral chairman is Mrs. Mortimer COMSTOCK'S PHARMACY I,. Thomas of the League of Women Voters of Washington. --RETAIL-- Mrs. Robert J. Stuart, Spo- kane, president of the League of Women Voters of the United 7905 Rainier So. Sejttle PA. 2-0257 States, will be the luncheon ,.. ...................................................................................................... speaker. Her subject will be: "Our Water Resources--Irtheri- QUALITY SHOES FOR WOMEN Savings Up to $0% or Morel CONNOR'S $th AVE., Inc. 505-07 Pine St. SEATTLE MU. 2-4062 tance to Squander or Develop?" Mrs. Walter H. Olsen, president of the Washington State Divi- sion, American Association of University Women, will pre- side at the luncheon, which will be from 12:15 to 1:45 p.m. Moderating the morning ses- sion, which will be from 9:15 a.m. until noon, will be R. O. Sylvester, professor of sanitary engineering at the University of Washington. Roy W. Morse Seattle city engineer, will speak on "Administration and Man- agement of the State's Water Resources," followed by a pane] on "The Need for a Coordinat- ed State Water Resources Pro- gram." At the afternoon session, 2 to 4 p.m., the moderator will be Restful Manor Nursing Holr e NATIONALLY ACCREDITED-- Convalescent and Nursing Care Registered Nurses 24 Hours 3610 Empire Way South PArkway 5-2800 . . , . .... Mrs. Kenneth McCaffree, state ..........................................................................  ............. representative from the 32nd District. Subject of the panel will be: "The Development and t Coordination of the State's Wa- ter Resources Program." ' --Phoh) by Grady and Jefftoft MRS. ALBERT MAIMON of the groom, were maids of honor. Judy Levy, Betty Israel Linda Rosen and Marilyn Fein- berg were bridesmaids. Judy Israel and Pamela Uziel served as flower girls, and candlelighters were Joe Saxon and Harry Angel. Ralph Maimon was his broth- er's best man, and ushers were Jack Feinstein, Lee Benezra Larry Jaffe, Joe Saxon and Harry Angel. Following a honeyrnoon to Lake Tahoe and San Francisco the couple will make their home at 550 1041h S.E., in Bellevue. Mr. Maimon is a University of Washington graduate and was a member of Alpha Delta Sigma honorary and Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. CASCADE OF B.B.G. INSTALLS OFFICERS On Monday, June 8, Cascade B.B.G. No. 687 held its tradi, tional installation of officers at the home of Mr. and Mrs.: Azaria S c h a r h o n, 6337 51st Avenue South. The installed officers are: Esther Rae Schar- hen, president; Ruth Sondland vice president; Jan Lowen, re- cording secretary; Mari]yn Sie- gal, corresponding secretary; DiDi Banasky, treasurer; Suz Hartstein and Suzy Mctzon, re- porters; Robin Abrams, his- torian; Lorraine Goldfarb and Muriel Richland, sergeant at arms; Decna Widell, repre- sentative to counsel; Vivian Ceenberg, sh'teel; Suzy Hart- stein, counselor. Chairmen installed are Leah Joseph, social; Katie Israel service; Francine Richland, Jewish heritage; Janice Kap- lan, fellowship; Margo Wets, athletics; Natalie Barr, public- ity; Viv Markewitz, creativity; Bobbi Finkelstcin, f r i e n d 1 y notes and telephone; Jeanne Klein, citizenship. A dance in conjunction with AZA chapter was held at the conclusion of the ceremonies. GENEVA (JTA) -- Discus- dons between the Internation- al Red Cross office in Geneva and Israel on entry of the Mo- gen David Adorn in the Red Cross remained snagged over Israel's insistence that it use the Mogen David Adom and not the Red Cross emblem as a member. The Israelis want the same right accorded Tur- key when that country joined the Red Cross. Turkey uses its red crescent and not the red cross. Subscribe to Federated Fund Zeta Beta Tau Reports Many Campus Honors The Alpha Mu chapter of: the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity' has just completed one of its most successful years with many brothers excelling in all aspects of campus life. In the area of academic achievement, the freshman class won the Inter-Fraternity Council award for the highest grades of any fraternity for the year at the University of Washington. Individual members who have won high academic hon- ors include .Bruce Fisher, win- ner of the Phi :Beta ,Kappa scholarship for the h ig:h e s:t grades on campus, and the ZBT National ;Foundation ,scholar-' ship:award; Rabble Davis wonl a business .scholarship; Larry Fin egold was awarded two scholarship s 'from the School of Business; Mike Wiener is a Phi Beta Kappa and summa cam laude gr a d u at e ; Marh) Nathusius was elected presi- dent of the Foreign Student Association. During the last few months several members Of the frater- nity have been elected to cam- )us honoraries. Ron Coe and Gary Goodman have been se- lected for Alpha Epsilon Delta, pre-med honorary; Bruce Fisher, Joel Starin and Paul Puziss have won awards for outstaJading academic achieve- ment; A1 Pick, Mike Lemberg, Ron Coe and Bruce Fisher have been recently initiated into Purple Shield; Sundodgers has called Paul Puziss, Mike tern- berg, Bob Kaplan, At Pick and Dan Follette into its ranks; At Rosen and Howard Rose have oined Scabbard and Blade, the military ROTC honorary. In the area of campus activi- ties, Larry Levey has just com- pleted his term as Junior Class president, and A1 Pick has been elected to the University Board of Control Larry Finegold will be the Homecoming chairman for the University of Washington for the coming year. In athletics, Steve Brown was recently chosen captain of: the track team and treasurer of the Big W, the Letterman's Club; Lenny Robinson was a pitcher on the University fresh- man baseball team. Neway e I e c t e d fraternity offiP, ers include: Gary Denton, president;; Mike Lemberg, vice president; Steve Weinstein, treasurer; Kenny Taylor, his- torian. Mike Cohen has been chosen Rush chairman. For the fifteenth straight year the fraternity is sponsor- hag a foreign student. This year's student is Marie Nathu- sins from Guatemala. Meridian Pavers PAVING CONTRACTORS For Your Paints and Linoleum Be,,a,'oya-eoll Weddi,,g ne!d June 21 --Photo by Wallace :Ackermar MRS. MELVYN POLL Rosalind Benaroya became the bride of Melvyn D. Poll on June 21 in a ceremony per- formed by Rabbi Raphael H, ' Levine and Rabbi JacOb Singer at rremple De Hirseh..Parents of the couple, are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Benaroya of,Carmel ,California, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold,I.Poll of Mercer Island. The bride wore a 'Bianchi .gown of white peau de sol fashioned with a court train and an empire bodice detailed with a pearl and crystal:bead Civil Liberties Group Will Discuss Indians Civil rights and civil liber- ties of Indians in Washington state is the topic this week at a series of neighborhood meet- ings sponsored by :the Amer- ican Civil Liberties Union of Washington. All meetings begin at 8 p.m. Hosts on Wednesday, June 24, are: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bleakney, 3434 Perkins Lane W.; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Livengood, 980 20th W., Kirk- land; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hooper, 18324 Sunnyside N. On Thursday, June 25, the meetings will be at the homes of Dr. and Mrs. William Broxon 1228 20th E., and Mr. and Mrs. James Nussbaum, 4050 91st SE, Mercer Island. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lewis, 5033 Pullman, N.E. will be hosts on Friday, June 26. These discussions, to which any interested person is invit- ed at no charge, will provide an opportunity for all citizens to think and talk about such questions as: What are the rights of Indians? Do they in- clude the right to deplete the state's fishery resource? Is there any way to resolve this conflict? Are Indians entitled to any special concessions be- cause of past history? Or is it best that Indians become inte- grated into society--just like the rest of us? What do the Indians them- selves want? What is the effect of the law passed by the last l legislature giving the state jurisdiction over certain parts of Indian life? What abou conflicts among federal, state local and tribal governments? i The ACLU is a non-partisan non-profit organization whos, sole concern is maintaining the protections of the Bill of Rights for all persons. It sponsors neighborhood discussions on various topics of interest from time to time. Eichmann'$ Son Says He Is Nazi Head motif. She wore a. veil of Brus, sels lace and carried a prayer book and white phaleanopsis orchids and ivy. Mrs. Harvey Poll was matron of honor and Sandra C. Mc- Kinstry was maid of honor. !Bridesmaids were Elaine Poll, Susan Haslund, Jeannie Alha- deft and Donna Benaroya. Karen Mayors was the flower girl, and Michael Schwartz and Jack Alhadeff served as candle- lighters. Harvey Poll was his broth- er's best man. Ushers included Alfred and Nell Benaroya, brothers of the bride; Stuart Miller, Herschel Lawson and Robert Miller. Following a reception and buffet at the Washington Ath- letic Club, the couple left on a honeymoon trip to Hawaii, San Francisco and Carmel, Califor- nia. They will make their home in Seattle. The bride is a graduate of St. Nicholas School for Girls. She .attended Chatham College in Pennsylvania and is a grad- uate of the University of Wash- ington where she was a mem- ber of Totem Club honorary and president of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Poll is a graduate of Lakeside School and the Uni- versity of Washington. He is presently attending the Uni- versity of Washington Law School. He is a member of Oval Club and Pi Omicron Sigma honoraries and Zeta Beta Tan fraternity. ADL PLANS SERIES OF rHOME MEETING ' Frederic C. Tausend W head ;the agenda of the An' Defamation League of B' B'rith regional board meetil with a presentation of the pll for home meetings for boa: members. This will be a: nounced at the quarterly me ing of the board on dune beginning at 7:30 p.m. in tl Jewish Community Center. series of home meetings is b ins scheduled in order to gi board members the opportu ty to'discuss in depth the iss of the:day. The first series vl concentrate on.the separati! of church and stae.,doctri! and its.:application in Ame! can life. Murray Guterson, chairrn of;the regional board, will ha some special announcements make concerning other fut projebts'of the AD.L office. 'As announcdd earlier, ,I EYle"W:'Ashby,: Deputy Exe( giSe>'@ecretary of the NaticI Educaiion Association, . make: a igeaturd 'presentatit '!The' :agenda. will ,1 .inOIffde.,a i$ireseflthtion of  Vi/it.,a'fld 'albpesrances in " ,attle.,ard i:'lingham of I hed ':Of (.the ":@merican N! Party, "George L. RockW Participating in the presenl tion of this agenda topic v be Rabbi Art.hur Jacobovi Seym0tu: H. Kaplan and M ray Guterson. All interested individuals invited to 'attend. l?, .. r-l- 1 J ,00n00a00ement00 t o Dr. and Mrs. William Ste announce the engagement their son, Bruce G. Stern June Bentley of Manchestt England. A December weddJ is planned. 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GOIJMAN Child care facilities at a try , [ of thoseattendingthe institute Stree|s "Driveway, GRIN o AIRES (JTA)-- I have bee,, arranged by the SPAN'S e Frien est ore in Adotf Eichmann, Jr., the sponsoring women's organiza- second son of the Nazi war t " ns. Ttse wiJl be avai)ble EAst 4-3531 criminal who was executed in . ' "' .at the University Methodist Israel his role the anna- Seattle Spokane "," Temple, 1415 N.E. 43rd. Cribs 341 N. 148th EM. 4-4750 hilation of 6,000,000 Jews, pro- "' ! 2216 South Jackson Street claimed himself the leader of are available for infants. Each Lynnw0od Riohlan? Child should bring his lunch. SEATTLE SEATTLE lhe "Argentine Nazi Party" For further information, phone which, he said, belongs to a Mrs. Nussbaum, AD 2-2796. - .........  .......................... world union of National So- (y' Bellevue Kennewlck cialism." -  er Any interested person may FOR THE BES I Charles Addressing a press onf - .M attend the institute. 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