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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-20

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George M. Stutz Applauded on His 70th Birthday

!George M. Stutz represents
continuity in Jewish and
civic communal leadership
marked by four decades of
impressive contributions to
Detroit Jewry and many links
with civic agencies.
His role in the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, in Allied
Jewish Campaigns, in various
agencies associated with
these causes, as well as in

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the Goodfellows and Detroit
Emergency Relief in the
1930's, all earned for him
positions of honor.
His many roles, dating
back to the period of depres 7
sion when he led in establish-
ing relief funds are recalled
as he is being accoladed
widely on his 70th birthday.
Stutz, an attorney, has
served a long list of commu-
nity agencies and organiza-
tions: Temple Israel, Feder-
ation, Hebrew Free Loan
Association, Jewish Family
and Children's Service, Sinai
Hospital, Jewish Home for
the Aged, Fresh Air Society,
United Community Services
and United Foundation.
He has served as a board
member of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions and the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds and was founder and
past president of Temple
Israel.
Born Dec. 25, 1904, Stutz
came to the U.S. with his
parents at the age of 12,-after
their leather business in Bre-
men, Germany, was de-
stroyed by arsonists.
While a member of the
Wayne County . Prosecutor's
staff, he Was assigned to a
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Marrano history by the late
Dr. Roth.
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was printed on the editorial
page of the Nov. 22 issue of
The Jewish News uPon the
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cases and bank scandals dur-
ing the Depression.
Stutz became active in Jew-
ish affairs during the De-
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helped organize the Emer-
gency Relief Fund of Detroit.
He was elected to the Jewish
Social Service Bureau in
1931, and to the Board of
Governors of Federation in
1932, and became active in
the AJC during those years.
Stutz, of Huntington Woods,
is now a partner in a law
firm. He and his wife Mary
have three married daughters
and a son who is a physician.
Stutz recently reminisced
about the formation of relief
efforts in Detroit during the
early Depression days:
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munitywide appeal for food,
coal and clothing 'was im-
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Board has voted to continue
its sponsorship of teams of
Arab and Jewish university
students who conduct social
service projects in Israel's
Arab cities and villages. The
Project was started by Bnai
Brith Women in 1967, after
the Six-Day War.
The project is directed by
the Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion at Hebrew University in
Jerusalem. Each summer,
Arab and Jewish students go
into villages to tutor children
and work with their parents.
Students have also started
projects such as paving
streets and building schools,
with the aims of improving
secondary education and de•
veloping a. sense of commu-
nity responsibility in the
Arab villages.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Dec. 20, 1974-35

Workmen's Circle'
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Teacher -a n d educator,
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Refreshinents will be served,
and the public is invited.

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obtain a block of stores on
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"It was at this time that
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other giants of the Detroit
Jewish Community - - Julian
Krolik and Abe St/ere.
"They proposed absorption
of the program •,nd the
organization of a relief com-
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Social Service Bureau to be
known as the 'Jewish Un-
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We readily accepted, and I
became a member of the,
JSS11 board (and was elected
president in 1938).

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