Elyse Salinger Bride
of Michael V Kline
MRS. MICHAEL KLINE
Elyse Barbara Salinger, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Sallinger
of Appoline Ave., and Michael V.
Kline, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Kline of Miami, were married re-
cently at Beth Shalom Synagogue.
Rabbi Mordecai S. Halpern and
Cantor Ruben Erlbaum officiated.
The bride wore a gown of peau
de soie, trimmed with Alencon
lace, and appliqued in seed pearls.
A crown of crystal and seed pearls
held her veil, and she carried her
Bible covered with orchids and
Mrs. Sheldon Salinger was ma-
tron of honor, and Susan Salinger
maid of honor. The bride's broth-
er, Sheldon Salinger, was best
Following a Carmel honeymoon
the couple will live in Berkeley,
8rtg a yements
Announcement is made of the
engagement of Beverly Please to
Murray David Stern. The bride-
elect is the daughter of Mrs. Sub
Please of Lauder Ave. and the
late Mr. Louis Please. Her fiance's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Stern of Appoline Ave. An April 4
wedding is planned.
* * *
An August wedding is planned
by Stephanie Renee Reiner and
Aaron L. Dresser. Miss Reiner is
the daughter of Mrs. Rita Reiner,
17360 Kentucky, and Mr. Robert
Reiner, 20450 Strathmoor. The
prospective bridegroom is the son
of Mrs. Jacob S. Dresser, 15539
Arbor Pl., Southfield.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, for-
mer Detroiters now of Miami
Beach, announce the engagement of
their daughter Barbara Ann to
Charles J. Nadel, son of Mrs. Celia
H. Nadel . of Miami. A March 28
wedding is planned.
Brandeis Women Linda Ann Wayburn,
Mr. Grossman to Wed
to Launch Its
Detroit Chapter, Brandeis Uni-
versity National Women's Com-
mittee, has joined forces with
chapters in 121 cities in the most
ambitious membership campaign in
the national organization's 16-year
history, it was announced by Mrs.
Eugene P. Sims, chapter president.
The library now contains nearly
400,000 volumes, and the com-
mittee is pledged to increase its
holdings to 1,000,000 volumes by
1972. This spring a library of
science is to be completed on cam-
pus and stocked with 125,000
The National Committee is
calling upon each life member
throughout the country to en-
roll one annual member. There
are no fund-raising campiagns,
but the group maintains the uni-
versity library with annual dues,
life memberships and voluntary
Detroit Chapter has designated
March 21 as "Lifeline Day," when
life members will telephone pros-
pective annual members and make
personal visits to their homes. Mrs.
Oscar Band, membership vice-
president, and Mrs. A. Alfred
Taubman, life membership chair-
man, are directing this project.
Through the terms of the sec-
ond $6,000,000 grant from the
Ford Foundation, the university
will receive $4 for every $3 it re-
ceives from dues and contribu-
tions. If each life member enrolls
one new member, it is anticipated
that the Women's Committee will
present in June a roster of 90,000
members, and the library's future
will be assured, advises Mrs.
Yolanda Ann Cohen
to Wed New Yorker
MISS LINDA WAYBURN
Mr. and Mrs. Leon S. Wayburn
of Outer Dr., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Linda
Ann to M. Glenn Grossman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Gross-
man of Sherbourne Rd.
The bride-elect has . attended
Lang Island University and will
continue her studies at Wayne
State University. Mr. Grossman
was graduated from the University
of Michigan Law School.
A July 11 wedding is planned.
Mrs. Martin Naimark
Heads Workshop Plan
for 'Beautiful Detroit'
buys and will not last long at these
low prices. . . • Come in today or
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MOSS-WILSON: Terry Wilson be-
came the bride of Lawrence Elliott
Moss in a recent ceremony at the
Kingsley Inn, Bloomfield Hills.
Rabbi Leon Fram officiated. The
couple's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
William Wilson of Freeland Ave.
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moss of
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, March 12, 1965
WASHINGTON—More than 600
delegates and alternates are ex-
pected to attend the National Wo-
men's Division biennial convention
of the Air.,rican Jewish Congress
The convention: -at the Shore-
man Hotel, will deal With numer-
ous issues affecting Jews';.t home
and abroad, with • major emphasis
on the role Jewish women can
play in these events.
The three-day meeting will hear
from national and international
figures prominent in government,
civic and Jewish affairs.
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NEW YORK—(JTA)—The na-
tional board of Pioneer Women,
organization of Labor Zionist wo-
men, adopted a program for its
50,000 members throughout the
United States and Canada, calling
for "education and social action"
in support of medical care for the
aged under Social Security; liber-
alization of immigration policies
by the U.S. government, broader
civil rights legislation and equal
status for women in job opportuni-
The board also approved a spe-
cial $50,000 allocation to be sent
to Israel immediately to aid in the
expansion of new development
areas. Mrs. Blanche Fine, national
president, said that the allocation
was made in response to an appeal
from Moetzet Hapoalot, Pioneer
MISS CYNTHIA CORMAN
Women's sister organization in
Israel, indicating that increased
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Corman of
funds were urgently needed to Onyx Dr., Southfield, announce
service educational and community the engagement of their daughter
centers in immigrants centers.
Cynthia Adele to Michael Stan-
ford Newman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
For Warm Friendship
Louis Newman of Greenlawn Ave.
Seagram's V.O., Canadian
A Sept. 4 wedding is planned.
whisky at it's very finest, has just
Mrs. Martin Naimark, president
of the Keep Detroit Beautiful
Committee, announced that the
Mayor's K.D.B. Committee will
hold its annual workshop in the
Veterans Memorial Building 7:30
p.m. March 30.
Heading up the president's 1965
workshop committee are Mrs. Mat-
tie J. Myers of the Ralph Bunche,
Neighborhood Council and James
F. Day of Michigan Consolidated
Gas Co., co-chairmen of the event.
Mrs. Naimark will discuss "Civic
Pride, World Wide" as she saw it
in action in Europe. Other major
speakers and a panel of City of
Detroit department heads will
Mrs. George Romney and Mrs.
Jerome P. Cavanagh, will official-
ly open the program. An attend-
ance of 1,500 is expected.
Detroit Farband is planning two
events in the near future to which
the public is invited: an evening
with Jacob Katzman, general sec-
retary of Farband in the U. S.
and Canada, and the annual Far-
MISS YOLANDA COHEN
Katzman will be honored at a
dinner at the Labor Zionist In-
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert. H. Cohen stitute, 6:30 p.m. March 30, after
of Chesterfield Rd. announce the which he will speak on recent
engagement of their daughter events in Israel. A musical pro-
Adas Shalom Couples
Yolanda Ann to Kenneth W. Si- gram, including singing, will fol-
to Celebrate Birthday
mon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Justin low the 9 p.m. program.
Members of the Adas Shalom Simon of Woodmere, Long Island.
For banquet reservations, call
Young Marrieds Club will cele-
Miss Cohen received her bache- the Institute, DI 1-0669.
brate the club's birthday with a lor's degree in language at the
Farband's concert, 8 p.m. April
brunch 11:30 a.m. March 21 in the University of Wisconsin and is
3 at the Jewish Center, will fea-
working on her masters degree in ture a musical review, "Zu Singen
Featured will be the WXYZ the field of counseling and guid- Un Zu Sogn," based on current
news analyst team. For reserva- ance at the Illinois Institute of events and games of Jewish folk-
tions by March 15, call the syna- Technology.
lore. The concert is under the
gogue, UN 4-7474.
Mr. Simon received his BA and auspices of the Detroit Farband
MA degrees from the University City Committee, Harry Schumer,
of Rochester. He is presently fin- chairman. Morris Gelfand and Os-
ishing his doctorate in philosophy car Rappaport are ticket commit-
and psychology at the University tee chairmen.
A June wedding is being AJCongress Women Set
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