Fisher to Speak
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NEW YORK—The 55th annual
meeting of the Joint Distribution
Committee, major American agen-
cy aiding needy Jews overseas,
will be held Dec. 10, at the New
York 'Hilton Hotel, it was an-
nounced by Louis Broido, JDC
More than 500 .Jewish community
leaders from all parts of the
United States and Canada are ,ex-
pected to attend, Broido said.
They will review JDC's -1969 pro-
gram which provided assistance to
over 340,000 needy Jews in over
25 countries in Europe, North Afri
ca and the Middle East, including
Israel. They will also adopt a pro-
gram and budget and will elect
officers for 1970.
Principal speaker at the evening
dinner meeting will be Max M.
Fisher, prominent Jewish commu-
nal leader. Fisher, special ad-
viser to President Nixon on urban
and community affairs, is chair-
man of the United Israel Appeal
and president of the United Jewish
The Joint Distribution Commit-
tee receives funds for its world-
wide assistance programs mainly
from the campaigns of the United
Jewish Appeal, major beneficiary
of Detroit's Allied Jewish Cam-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Federation Annual Meeting Oct. 29 to Honor
70th Anniversary of United Jewish Charities
Friday, October 10, 1969-7
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The Jewish Welfare Federation Zuckerman Irwin Green Paul Erwin S. Simon and Louis Tabash-
of Detroit will hold its 43rd annual Randleman and Stanley J. Winkel- nik.
meeting Oct. 29, at the Jewish '
Center, Hyman Safran, president man. Terms of office are each for
A reception will begin at 6 p.m.,
with dinner at 7 p.m. in Shiffman
Judge Theodore Levitt is chair-
man of the nominating committee
whose members are Irwin I. Cohn,
Mrs. Joseph H. Jackier, Maxwell
Jospey and Lois Tabashnik.
Highlight of the annual meeting
is the presentation of the Fred M.
Butzel Memorial Award for Com-
munal Leadership, traditionally
given to the outstanding man or
woman whose leadership qualities,
commitment and diligence have
done the most to further the causes
espoused by the Jewish commu-
The award was established in
1951. The name of each honoree is'
cast in bronze and attached to a
tablet in the lobby of the Fred M
Butzel Memorial Building on Madi-
son Avenue In downtown Detroit.
The highest award of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, its silver me-
dallion is given to the honoree.
Election of nine members-at-
large of the board of governors
of Federation will take place at
the brief business meeting.
Nominated for re-election to the
board are Paul Broder, Martin E.
Citrin, David Safran, Richard
Sloan, Mrs. Max Stollman, Paul
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Special honor will be paid to
the United Jewish Charities which
this year is celebrating its 70th
anniversary. One of the earliest
associations in the United States
to coordinate fund raising and
budalz for Jewish philantho-
pies, i was one of the founders
of the wish Welfare Federation
and continues as manager of
communal properties and as cus-
todian of endowment and reserve
funds for the community. Paul
Zuckerman is the current UJC
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Sixteen men have served as UJC
presidents since its beginning. They
are D. W. Simons, Bernard Gins-
burg, Henry M. Butzel. Fred M.
Butzel, Joseph L. Selling, Julian
H. Krolik, William Friedman, Hen-
ry Wineman, Walter M. Fuchs,
Theodore Levin, Abraham Srere, i
Sidney J. Allen, Max J. Zivian,
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Detroiters Visit Mauthausen Camp Site
1969 UJA Young
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Clark, members of the
the former concentration
Leadership Mission, on a pilgrimage to
camp at Mauthausen, now an Austrian state monument, lay a wreath
in memory of more than 100,000 Jews known to have perished in the
camp at the hands of the Nazis between 1941 and 1945. The Clarks
meeting of the Metropolitan
will be guest speakers at the awards
Division, Jewish Welfare Federation, Oct. 19.
Jewish National, University Library
Given Valuable Mozart Collection
works and studies devoted to Mo-
JERUSALEM—The sketch of a
canon for Mozart's opera "Lo Spo- zart. his life and his work.
Letters from Paganini, Puccini,
so Deluso", a letter to his wife
Constance and a copy of a piano DrIeyerbeer, Milhaud and Gounod
sonata with the dedication to his have also been added to the col-
pupil, Teresa von Trattern, all in lection.
Mozart's handwriting, are among
Cohen's first gift to the Library
the collection of Mozart items just
presented to the Jewish National was made some 18 months ago
and University Library by Alex A. when he presented it with two
valuable volumes of the works of
Cohen, of Gainesville, Fla.
Josephus Flavius. printed in Hol-
In view of their rarity, they land in 1722.
were brought to Jerusalem person- ,
Feinberg also announced th e
ally by Detroiter Charles Fein-
quisition of an important co ll ac-
berg, chairman of the library ad -
visory council of the American tion of works on nuclear physics
Friends of the Hebrew University. and related subjects, formerly in
the library of Dr. Lisa Meitner,
pioneer of research in the splitting
Also included in the collet -
Hon is a first edition
The collection consists of some
clavichord sonatas published in
many written by Dr.
London in 1765 as the second 65 volumes,
Meitn er' former coeagues,
printed work of Mozart, who was
eta n nne . onta
i o B f olt tz
signature and per-
now in the possession of the li-
brary is one of only seven known
sonal marginal notes.
hus serve as a useful source of
exist today. t
research into the history of physics
Cohen's gift is rounded out by
at that period .
a collection of Mozart opera scores.
Donors of the collection are
many of them first editions, and
.1a1;.• Zeitlin, antiquarian
similar first and other early Hi- Sam and
tions of several works. In addition booksellers of I.os Angeles. whose
to these. Cohen is also present in; recent visit to Israel and the ew-
the library with a very eompre-. ish National and University Li-
hensive _collection of Moza r t's brat: inscOred the current gi't.
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