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March 30, 1984 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-30

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52 Friday, March 30, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Judith Hertz, a vice
president of the National
Federation of Temple Sis-
terhoods, will be in Detroit
to address the NFTS Dis-
trict 11 biennial convention
slated to take place April
10-12 at Temple Beth . E1.
NFTS is the women's
agency of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations, central body of Re-
form Judaism in the United
States and Canada, and is
affiliated with the World
Union , for Progressive
Judaism and works in sup-
port of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion.
Ms. Hertz is the NFTS
chairman of the department
on human relations, vice
president of the commission
on social action and serves
on the critical issues task
force.
She has been president of
the Union Temple Sister-
hood, vice president of the
Central Synagogue Sister-
hood and a founder of the
Central Synagogue library.
She was president of NFTS
District 3, New York State,
Eastern Canada and South-
ern Connecticut Federa-
tion, one of NFTS' largest
federations.
She is a member of the
executive committee of the
New York Federation of Re-
form Synagogues and is a
member of the UAHC board
of trustees. Ms. Hertz also is
vice president of the Com-
mission on Synagogue-
Federation Relations,
United Jewish Appeal.
Ms. Hertz is active on be-
half of women's rights. She
is chairman of RENEW
(Religious Network for
Equality for Women) and is
a vice president of the Na-
tional Organizations Advi-
sory Council on Children.

Sunday concert,
children's films
in Southfield

The Southfield Cultural
Arts Division will present
the Beethoven/Brahms Trio
as part of its "Concerts in
the Garden" series 10 a.m.
April 8 at the Prudential
Town Center.
For tickets or information
on the Sunday brunch and
concert, call' the cultural
arts division, 354-4717.
The Southfield Public Li-
brary will show three films
for children 7 p.m. Wednes-
day. No registration is re-
quired for the free program,
which will last approx-
imately 45 minutes.

Rabbi, author
lecture at mall

The Center for New
Thinking in Birmingham
will present a lecture by
Rabbi Sherwin Wine on
"Positive Realism" 2:30
p.m. Sunday at the Some-
rset Mall auditorium.
Author Edwin -Wilson
will speak for the center's
Thursday Forum series 10
a.m. Thursday in the mall
auditorium.
There is a charge for each
event. For information, con-
tact the center, 546-8928.

Judith Hertz

Ms. Hertz is a secretary of
the Vassar College Club of
New York and is a graduate
of Vassar. She has a mas-
ter's degree, with honors,
from the New School for So-
cial Research.

The April 10 schedule in-
cludes sisterhood awards, a

presentation by Temple
Beth El archivist Miriam
Kushner, a tour of the tem-
ple and a talk by Pearl
Hachen. -
On April 11, there will be
seminars, a talk by Rabbi
Dannel I. Schwartz of Beth
El, a talk by Rabbi David
Hachen and a presentation,
King David's American
Sons: The Music Makers of
Broadway, by Helen Rowin.
A banquet and installation
also are planned.
The convention will con-
clude on April 12 with a tour
of the Jewish Life in
America exhibit at the De-
troit Historical Museum
and a talk by Sonia Syme.
Susan Lepler is conven-
tion chairman. Lorraine
Gard and Eleanor Roberts
are local arrangements co-
chairmen.
For information, call
Ms. Roberts, 647-3918; or
Mrs. Lepler 399-2150.

European singer to appear
in Masonic Temple concert

European pop vocalist
and composer Enrico
Macias will perform at 8
p.m. Saturday -at the
Masonic Temple. Tickets
are available at the Masonic
Temple box office and at all
Ticket World outlets.
Macias has reigned as one
of the top pop singers, com-
posers and recording artists
in France for more than two
decades. He has composed
more than 300 songs and
has recorded more than 175
of them.
Born and raised in
Algeria, where he was a
school teacher and a musi-
cian, Macias, whose real
name is Gaston Ghrenassia,
emigrated to France in
1961, a victim of Algeria's
war of independence.
Through the years,
Macias has concertized in
France, England, Romania,
Belgium, Japan, Israel,
Brazil, Italy, Spain, the
United States and Egypt. In
1979, Macias went to Egypt
at the personal invitation of
President and Mrs. Anwar
Sadat and in doing so be-
came the first Jewish

Enrico Macias

entertainer in more than
three decades to perform
publicly in Egypt.
Macias made his Ameri-
can debut in 1968 at Car-
negie Hall in New York
city. In 1974, Macias star-
red on Broadway at the Uris
Theater for two weeks of
performances.
Macias was_ born in Con-
stantine, Algeria, the son of
an Andalusian father and a
French mother, Sylvain and
Suzanne Ghrenassia.

Israel Ballet dedicates
dance to Raoul Wallenberg

Untitled, a ballet dedi- the Ford Auditorium box
cated to R a oul Wallenberg, office and at all Ticket
the Swedish diplomat cre- World outlets.
dited with saving thousands
of Jews during the Southfield group
Holocaust, will be per-
formed by the Israel Ballet seeks nominees
The Southfield Parent-
at 8 p.m. April 26 at Ford
Youth Guidance Commis-
Auditorium.
The Detroit appearance is sion is seeking nominations
part of the 40-city U.S. and for its annual Youth Recog-
Canadian tour. nition Awards.
The awards cite youths
The ballet was founded in
1967 by Hillel Markman from Southfield and Lat-
hrup Village for volunteer
and Berta Yampolsky.
The evening's highlights services in four areas: serv-
also include: Dvorak Varia- ice to the community, serv-
tions, music by Dvorak; ice by an individual within
Concerto Barocco, music by a club or organization, out-
Bach; Serenade, music by standing humanitarian acts
Tchaikovsky; Opus 35, and achievements by an in-
music by Shostakovich; dividual in overcoming per-
Mendelssohn Concerto, sonal probleps.
For 'nomination forms,
music by Mendelssohn;
Opus 1, music by Webern. contact the commission
Tickets are available at office, 354-4864.

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