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April 18, 1969 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-18

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'Cigarette Children's
Street' in Tel Aviv

A street in the Tel Aviv suburb
of Bat Yam was named "Cigarette
Children's Street" Monday in
memory of the Jewish youngsters
who sold cigarettes on the streets
of Warsaw during World War II to
help the inmates of the Warsaw
Ghetto. Nine . of them, adults now,
living in Israel, attended the cere-
monies. Also present were Mrs.
Rachel Ben-Zvi, widow of the late
President of Israel Yitzhak Ben-
Zvi, and Stefen Grayek, a former
commander of the Warsaw Ghetto
Fighters.

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EL 7-1799

Mrs.
3Ialtzer of Entann-E1
to Be First Woman President of

west
a Congregation in the 3lid

Mrs. Joseph (Lillian) Maltzer has on the executive committee for the
been nominated president of Tem- ; past 10 years.
ple Emanu-El, becoming one of
Among the temple appointments
the first women in the country to she has filled are those of vice
hold such an honor. She will be president, recording and corres-
the first woman in the Midwest to ponding secretary. Her interest in
become a congregation president. temple affairs was nurtured prim-
Election will take place in May, at arily through the sisterhood, of
the temple's annual meeting.
which she is past president. For
"I was as surprised as anyone," the past two years, se has served
she commented after being notifi- as president of the Michigan Fed-
ed of the nominating committee's eration of Temple Sisterhoods and
choice. However, the nomination serves on the national board.
came as little surprise to others,'
Mother of three children, Mrs.
who have seen her serve in many
Maltzer has passed on her inter-
offices at the temple. She and her
est to her children. Mrs. George
husband, a physician, are charter
(Janice) Erdstein, a graduating
members of the temple. founded in
senior at the University of Mich-
1952, and Mrs. Maltzer has served
igan Law School, has served,
along with her husband, as a
youth adviser in Ann Arbor. She
is a former officer in Michigan
State Temple Youth.
Mark, 18, who attends Oberlin
College, also was a temple youth
officer. His sister Karen, 14, who
attends Dondero High School, is
active in the local group.
Her involvement in the temple
and community issues has not
harmed the Maltzers' family life,
she said. "On the contrary, it
makes our table conversation very
interesting. Our kids have develop-
ed a sense of community and a
sense of social values through our
involvement," said Mrs. Maltzer.

She added that she proceeds with
a project only after checking with
children as to whether it will dis-
NCJW to Present Award rupt any of their own plans and
• projects. "They're good kids," she
to Judge Otto Kerner
said. "They always tell me, 'It's
CHICAGO — Judge Otto Kerner, okay, go ahead. You have an obli-
who as governor of Illinois headed gation.' "
the 1967 National Advisory Com-
A native New Yorker, Mrs. Malt-
mission on Civil Disorders, leads a , zer has lived in the Detroit area
roster of speakers who will address since 1943. Her professional back-
the four-day biennial convention ' ground is as a nurse.
of the National Council of Jewish
Although she said her knowl-
Women opening Sunday in the
edge of Jewish history and cus-
Pick-Congress Hotel here.
toms was learned through tem-
More than 700 Council women
ple adult education classes, Mrs.
from all over the country will at-
Maltzer comes from a back-
tend the convention and help cele-
ground of active participation in
brate the founding of the educa-,
Jewish
life. Her family, who
tional and service organization 75
came to this country in the early
years ago in Chicago.
active secularly, in
1900s,
was
Mrs. Leonard Weiner of Detroit,
landsmanshaften groups, she
NCJW president has announced
said.
that Council will honor Judge Ker-
Mrs. Maltzer sees her presidency
ner with its John F. Kennedy
Award when he addresses the of a leading congregation as a
great opportunity for women to
opening session.
A highlight of the convention assert roles of leadership in the
will be a reception-preview of Jewish community. "And the day
"Hebraica from Denmark" in the is not so far off when there will
Newberry Library. The exhibition, be a woman rebitzen," she added.
comprised of rare manuscripts "We have two very brilliant girls
and books from the Jewish Collec- attending Hebrew Union College,
tion of the Royal Library in Copen- taking the full course."
"The history of the Jewish peo-
hagen, has been brought to this
country by NCJW in cooperation ple is such," she said, "that wom-
with the Danish Information Serv- en have influenced the entire
ice and SAS Airlines, to com- course of Jewish life."
memorate the 25th anniversary of
Denmark's rescue of its Jewish
population from the Nazis.

MRS. JOSEPH :WALTZER

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Saturday 10 to

The Evelyn Wood Reading Dyna-
mics will be offered at the Jewish
Center beginning 7 p.m. May 6 and
1 p.m. May 7. The eight-week
course is designed to increased
reading speed and comprehension.
Special demonstration "mini-les-
sons," open to the public, will be
held on April 23 from 1 to 3 p.m.,
and on April 27, from 2 to 3 p.m.
For information, call the Jewish
Center's educational services divi-
sion, DI 1-4200, ext. 246.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 18, 1969-23

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Speed Reading Course
to Be Held at Center

MISS SUSAN STEIN

At a recent cocktail party, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Stein of Hartwell
Ave., announced the engagement
of their daughter Susan to Rick
Feldman, son of Mrs. Max Feld-
man of Miami, and the late Mr.
Feldman.
An Aug. 28 wedding date is set.

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