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Philadelphia Jewish Leader to Get 1950 Award of National Conference of Christians, Jews

Albert M. Greenfield, Jewish philanthropist, has been selected as the 1950 recipient of the national human relations award of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, it was announced here today. Mr. Greenfield will get the award, for his “many years of service in behalf of better human relations in business as well as in worldly affairs,” at a dinner on December 4 in the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel. Martin W. Clement, board chairman of the Pennsylvania Railroad, will head the committee in charge of the dinner.