David Hays Sulzberger, a prominent Jewish investment broker and active Jewish communal leader, died here yesterday at the age of 64. Immediately after the Second World War, Mr. Sulzberger went to Europe on missions for the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. He was a brother of Arthur Hays Sulzberger, chairman of the board of The New York Times.
Mr. Sulzberger was born in New York. He had served on the executive committee of the American Jewish Committee, and was vice-president of the Jewish Social Service Association in 1938. He was also chairman of the Greater New York Coordinating Committee for German Refugees at the outbreak of World War II.
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