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November 06, 1970 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Music Program at UHS Donor Event
to Feature Ruth Gill, Jerome Rosen

The Woman's Auxiliary of the
United Hebrew Schools Is offering
a two-part musical program at its
annual donor program and petite
luncheon noon
Nov. 18 at Cong. we
Shaarey Zedek.
Ruth G I I I, a
fifth - generation
Israeli who
teaches art at
Mel Day School
and music at
Shaary Zedek He-
brew School, will
lead off the pro-
gram withHebrew Mrs. GM
and Yiddish folk songs, accompany-
ing herself on the guitar. Mrs. Gill,
who was assigned to the entertain-
ment division while serving in the

Israeli army, has appeared on local
radio and TV programs.
Jerome Rosen, assistant concert-
master of the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra and conductor of the
Oak Park Sym-
phony Orchestra,
will take over tne
classical portion
of the program.
Rosen's piano
accompanist will
be Lawrence La-
ore. Among the
selections to be
presented will be
the Baal Sbem
Suite by Bloch.
For tickets and
information, call
Mrs. George
Rosen
Gantz, 861-1315.

Friday, Mersaber 6, 1870-23

Evelyn de Rothschild to Address
Detroit Technion Dinner Sunday

Attracted by the eminence of the
world-renowned g u e s t speaker,
Evelyn de Rothschild, an audience
of business, professional and finen-
attendance records at the annual ,
cial people is expected to break
251. Merrill, cor. Woodward
meeting of Detroit Chapter, Ameri-
can Technion Society, 6 p.m. Sun-
647-5730
day, at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
De Rothschild is a director of
many leading corporations in the
United Kingdom and overseas, as
* FOR AMERICA
well as a partner in N. M. Roths-
*
FOR YOU
child and Sons. He is a member of
Technion's international board of
governors, and chairman of the
British Technion Society. He is vice
*
president of the Norwood Home for
Jewish Children, and plays a
prominent role in Jewish educa-
tional and charitable affairs.
Yeshiva PTA Board
He combines his industrial in-
with many of the engineer-
Schedules Plan Meeting- terest
ing and scientific disciplines in Political Science, and is a trustee
A board meeting of the Parent- which the Technion specializes. He of the Mental Health Trust and the
Teachers Association of Yeshivath is on the court of governors of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Associ-
Beth Yehuda will take place 8:30 London School of Economics and ation.
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
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men that will weigh all major
Mayer Victor Rothvrhild, the third
programs proposed within the
Baron Rothschild, has been named
government, consider the costs
by Prime Minister Edward Heath
and consequences and render an
to head a new key advisory body
analysis directly to the cabinet.
of the British government.
According
to most observers, the
The 60-year-old member of the
Melons
Del. Hawaiian
new
body will be one of the most
House of Lords, though a member
Fniferesf
larbri
S sieli rl::ecial
nd
of the famed banking family, spent powerful within the Conservative
much of his life as a biophysicist administration. Lord Rothschild
at Cambridge and joined the Shell will be paid the top civil service
Oil Co. in 1959 as director of re- salary of $33,601.
The Sunday Observer described
search. He has just retired from
HI Proteln-Le-Fat
him as "brilliant." The Daily Tele-
the latter post.
Ir
graph
commented that Lord Roths-
He will be in charge of the
Central Policy Review Staff, a child "is known for the breadth- of
We Reserve
his views. An able organizer, he
:
Right to Limit
questions everything and that is
Quantity
why Heath picked him."
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Lord Rothschild's paternal. great
Stoketrs Finest
Relaiesh
grandfather, Lionel Nathan, was
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the
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French Cut
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peer in 1885, was the first profess-
ing Jew in the House of Lords.
The present Baron Rothschild
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Mt
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ity College, Cambridge. A fellow of
the Royal Society, he was awarded
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War II "for dangerous work in
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hazardous circumstances." Presi-
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Sandra Schwartz Plans
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But — wherever you go — be sure to see
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MISS SANDRA SCHWARTZ

Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Schwartz
of Scotia Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Sandra Frances to Robert H. Sel-
witz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Selwitz of Windsor, Conn.
Miss Schwartz is a graduate of
Wayne State University's college of
education. Mr. Selwitz was gradu-
ated from Clark University in Wor-
cester, Mass. He attends the col-
lege of dentistry at the University
of Detroit, where he is affiliated
with Alpha Omega Fraternity.
A spring wedding is planned.

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