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October 10, 1975 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Stutz Honored with Butzel Award

(Continued from Page 1)
three Federation member
agencis: the Jewish Family
and Children's Service, the
Hebrew Free Loan Associa-
tion, and Sinai Hospital's
Shapero School of Nursing.
Stutz is currently asso-
ciate chairman of the Joint
Anniversary Celebration
Committee planning the
activities to commemorate
UJC and Federation's anniv-
ersaries. He is also a JWF
governor, and a member of
Federation's Capital Needs
Committee and the Detroit
Service Group.
Stutz has been active in
national Jewish communal

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affairs for many years. He may be made by calling the
is a former board member Federation office, 965-3939.
of the national Council of Persons who wish to attend
Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds and a past
Daily—Hospital—Sympathy
member of its committees
on overseas needs, aging,
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World-Wide Delivery
committee which organ-
izes an annual assembly
for more 2,000 lay and
professional community
leaders of North America.
Stutz is chairman of the
Goodfellow Fund Scholar-
ship and Campership Pro-
gram, a past president of
the Old Newsboys Goodfel-
low Fund of Detroit, and a
former member of the
United Foundation's reorg-
anization and structure
study committee.
A past president and a
current board member of
Temple Israel, Stutz and his
wife Mary, who have four
grown children, reside in
Huntington Woods.
Reservations for the an-
nual meeting, which begins
with a 6 p.m. reception fol-
lowed by dinner at 7 p.m.,

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UJA-Federation
Women Conclude
Leadership Confab

SOUTHBURY, Conn.
(JTA) — One hundred twen-
ty-five top leaders of the
New York Women's Cam-
paign for the United Jewish
Appeal-Federation of Jew-
ish Philanthropies Joint
Campaign Sept. 30 wound
up an overnight Leadership
Conference whose purpose
was "to tune in to the Jew-
ish world in greater depth."
The women had come to
plan for the launching of
their 1976 campaign to raise
funds to supply human
needs to Jews in Israel,
other lands abroad and in
Greater New York.
They discussed New
York's fiscal crisis, the
• threat of diminished aid to
institutions that deliver hu-
man services, the effects of
recession and inflation on
local services, and how these
factors will affect the funds
they need to raise in order
to maintain the 130 federa-
tion facilities in the city.
In addition, they explored
ways of disseminating in-
formation to others in the
Jewish community on Is-
rael's interim agreement
and what the country's hu-
man and social needs are.

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DuPont Chief Gets
Weizmann Medal

NEW YORK — The Hon-
orable Sir Marcus Sieff of
England who has been in-
volved with the Weizmann
Institute of Science since its
founding in Palestine in
1934, will present the Weiz-
mann Medallion to Irving S.
Shapiro, chairman of E.I.
duPont de Nemours and Co.
at the 30th national Weiz-
mann Dinner Wednesday in
New York City.
Sieff was the Weizmann
Medallion honoree in 1966.

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