Stanley J. Winkelman, presi-
dent of the Jewish Community
Count i1, announced the appoint-
ment of a committee to select
nominees for officers and Exec-
utive Committee members. The
committee, to be chaired by
Sidney M. Shevitz, includes
Avern L. Cohn, Mrs. Irving N.
King, Hyman Safran, Mrs. Oscar
11 Schwartz, Irving • Steinman
and Herman Strassburger.
Under Council procedure, the
Nominating Committee will re-
port its selections to the dele-
gate assembly on March 20. Ad-
' ditional nominations may then
be made by petitions submitted
within a 14-day period after the
March assembly. Elections are
held at the concluding assembly
Troth Is Told
Let the father endow his
daughter so that the youths will
be anxious to marry her.
MISS SUZANNE EISENBERG
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eisen-
berg of Coyle Ave; announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Suzanne, to Dr. • Harold J.
Tobes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Tobes of Woodingham Dr.
Miss .Eisenberg is a graduate
of Wayne State University Col-
lege of - Education. Her fiance,
a graduate of the WSU College
of Pharmacy and the Chicago
College of Osteopathy, is affili-
ated with Alpha Zeta Omega and
Iota Tau Sigma fraternities and
Sigma Sigma Phi Osteopathic
An Aug. 18 wedding is
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boxman,
of Fairfield Ave. announce the
engagement of the
Barbara, to Arnold Edelstein,
of Brooklyn, N.Y., son of Mrs.
Beatrice Edelstein and the late
Samuel Edelstein of Brooklyn.
Miss Boxman is a graduate of
Vassar College, class. of 1961,
and is presently working in
Washington, D.C. Mr. Edelstein,
presently serving with the U.S
Army at Fortress Monroe, Vir-
ginia, was graduated from Co-
lumbia College in 1959 and re-
ceived his Master of Arts de-
gree, from Columbia University
in 1962. The wedding date will
be announced in the near fu-
Dr. and Mrs. Chester Lowen-
dorf of Youngstown, 0., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Maxine Frances, to
David Joseph Abels, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel E. Abels of
Glendale Ave. Miss Lowendorf
is a graduate of Ohio 'University.
Her fiance is a senior in the
University of Michigan Medical
PISGAH LODGE will present
a program for its paid-up mem-
bers 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Enter-
t a i n m e n t will be headlined
by Paul Lennon, "America's
Comet of Corned y"; Janie
Sell and Earl Fries, pantomime
artists; and Kirk Lightsey, pian-
ist. A social hour and refresh-
ments will follow. Leonard Edel-
man, president, states that dues
can be paid at the door. Com-
mittee on arrangements includes
Meyer Littky and Sol Steinberg,
entertainment; Barney Levine,
retention; and Ben Goldhoff,
* * *
DONALD FOX WOMEN will
meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Temple Beth Yehudah, 17556
Wyoming. Rabbi Israel Goodman
will speak on "Sex and • the
Bible." Refreshments and prizes
will follow. Husbands and friends
are invited to attend.
* * *
Albert Wolgin, pres. of ZA-
GER-STONE LODGE announced
that "Moral Dilemma of Urban
Living" will be the topic dis-
cussed by a
panel at the
meeting a n d
at the Labor
of Temple Israel; Rev. Scott
Paradise, pastor of Detroit In-
dustrial Mission; Robert J.
Braun, chairman, Archbishop's
Commission on Human Rights;
Edward M. Turner, president,
Detroit Chapter N.A.A.C.P.; and
Hyman Crystal, assistant execu-
tive secretary, District Grand
Lodge No. 6, Bnai Brith, who will
act as moderator. A question and
answer period will follow. All
new members of the Lodge will
receive the Short-Form Degree
at the initiation ceremonies the-
same evening under the direc-
tion of Alfred H. Bounin, past
president of the Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai Brith Men's Coun-
cil, and Hyman Crystal. A pres-
entation will be made by the
Lodge to the junior past presi-
dent, Edwin Roth, for his "out-
to Nazi Polish Crimes
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The World Jewish Congress
is at present seeking witnesses
able to give evidence against
Nazis accused of murdering
Jews in a number of areas of
Witnesses are required to
give evidenee against Nazis
charged with crimes in the fol-
1. Radom and the cities an d towns
of -Radom district, in particular
Opatow, "Sandomierz, Busko, Chmel-
nik, Lukow and Miedzyrzec. Wit-
nesses are needed against members
of the .Security Service, Gestapo,
-Security Police and the Gendarinerie.
Investigations into these crimes are
being carried out in Germany and
Austria. Dozens of Nazis are in-
volved in the crimes.
2. Kowel. Witnesses are needed
for an Investigation against two
area-commissioners and their per-
3. Lubomil. Evidence is sought
against those, responsible . for the
„various murders in Lubomil.
4. BaranoWicze and the • adjacent
towns, Hansewicze, No wogrodek.
Slonim, Lida. The crimes there were
committed by the members of the
branches of the security Police at
5. Borissow, Sembin and adjacent
localities. The investigation is con-
cerned with murders committed in
July-October, 1941, by members of
American Jewish and Israeli
music will be featured in con-
certs and recitals by more than
2,000 educational, cultural, re-
ligious, fraternal, women's and
recreational organizations in
hundreds of cities between
Purim and Passover during the
19th annual nationwide observ-
ance of Jewish Music Festival,
March 10 to April 16, sponsored
by the National Jewish Welfare
Board's Jewish Music Council.
This major Jewish cultural
event has for its theme this
year "Bridging the Continents
Through Israeli and American
Jewish Music," and "Honoring
Four American Jewish Com-
MISS SHARON NEWMAN
posers." The four composers are
Mr. and Mrs., Albert Newman Gershon Ephros, Heinrich Scha-
of Birmingham annotmce the lit, Solomon Rosowsky and
engagement of their daughter, Jacob Weinberg.
Sharon Vivian, to. Lester Kersh-
enbaum, son of , ,Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Kershenbaunr of New
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The bride-elect is a junior at
the University of Michigan. Her
and His Orchestra
fiance received his bachelor's
degree at Cooper Union and is
a Ph. D. candiddte in Chemical
engineering at the University
of Michigan: An August wed-
ding is planned.
Young Adults Plan
Skate Party at Center
Young Adults (18 and 24) are
invited to attend a roller skat-
ing and dance party 9 p.m., Feb.
24 at the Jewish Center. Skates,
of the panel music and refreshments will be
are Rabbi M. provided.
standing efforts on behalf of
Bnai Brith." Refreshments will
be served. The public is invited.
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REX CHAPTER, Bnai Brith
women, will meet. Wednesday,
Feb. 20, at the Oak Park Com-
munity Center. Featured for the
Sponsored research•at the evening will be hair designs
University of Michigan -is ex- with Rex members as models.
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