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December 06, 1974 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-06

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Deutsch Again Heads Whanttes

Alfred L. Deutsch has been
re-elected president of the
United Jewish Charities for
a third term. United Jewish
Charities, the senior member
agency of the Jewish Welfare
Federation, is responsible
for communal properties and
the holding of endowment
funds.
The election of Charities

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officers was held Nov. 26,
during the United Jewish
Charities annual meeting.
The meeting, which was corn-

12—Friday, Dec. 6, 1974

for the Charities was headed
by Erwin S. Simon, and in-
cluded Mandell L. Berman,
and Martin E. Citrin.
Reports Of the progress of
charities' projects and the
growth of the endowment
program administered by the
agency were presented by
Deutsch and by Samuel
Schiff who with Milton J.
Miller is co-chairman of the
endowment fund.
Mrs, Philip R. Marcuse
reported on the progress of
the Joint Anniversary Cele-
bration Committee, which
she chairs.

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bined with a Federation
board of governors meeting,
initiated a year of festivities
celebrating UJC's 75th anni-
versary and the beginning of
Federation's 50th year of
communal service.
David Handleman, Milton
J. Miller and Richard Sloan
were re-elected vice presi-
dents of the agency. William
Avrtmin serves as secretary
to the group, and Irving Rose
continues as treasurer.
Long active in the Jewish
community, Deutsch is a
member of Federation's ex-
ecutive committee, its capital
needs committee, and a trus-
tee of Sinai Hospital. He was
the chairman of the 1967
Allied Jewish Campaign and
headed the first combined
Allied Jewish Cimpaign-
Israel Emergency Fund . in
the following year.
Milton S. Bosley, Avern L.
Cohn, Nathan H. Siegel and
James Wineman were re-
elected directors of the Char-
ities for additional three-year
terms, while Maurice Cohen
and Irving Rose were elected
to two-year terms.
Paul M. Handleman and
Edward C. Levy, Sr. were
named honorary life mem-
bers on the UJC governing
board.
The nominating committee



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Bronfmans Earn
Stephen Wise Prize

NEW YORK — Charles R.
Bronfman of Montreal and
Edgar M. Bronfman of New
York received the 1974 Step-
hen S. Wise Awards of the
American Jewish Congress at
a dinner Sunday in the Wal-
dorf Astoria.
Mitchell Sharp, president
of the Privy Council of Can-
ada and leader of the Cana-
dian government in the
House of Commons, was the
principal speaker at the din-
ner, chaired by Sen. Jacob
K. Javits of New York.
Some 800 persons in the
grand ballroom also heard
remarkS– by Sir Marcus Sieff
of Londo n, chairman of
Marks and Spencer Ltd. and
a leader of British Jewry,
and Dr. Nahum Goldminn,
president of the World Jew-
ish Congress.
Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg of
Englewood, N.J., president
of the American Jewish Con-
gress, presented the awards,
bronze medallions commem-
orating the late founder and
first president of both the
American Jewish Congress
(1918) and the World Jewish
Congress (1936). This year's
dinner marked the centennial
Of Dr: Wise's birth.' 4,4 .4 ,4 ,4

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