Mrs. Kutinsky Again
Heads Women of JNF
At a luncheon, conducted by
Mrs. Julius London, social hos-
tess. and her co-chairmen. Mrs.
Louis Germansky and Mrs. Sol
Pearlman. more than 400 women,
members and friends of the Wo-
men's Auxiliary of Jewish National
t h e installation
of Mrs. Morris
other officers of
board of direc-
tors. This will
be Mrs. Kutin-
sky's second term
b e r g. chairman
of the boar d;
Mrs. Ben Nosan,
chairman of fund
Mrs. Kutinsky dames Joseph
Greenbaum and Samuel Wexler,
co-chairmen; Mrs. Maurice Knap-
per, chairman of membership;
Mrs. Morris Lachover, chairman
of trees; Mrs. Samuel Katz, chair-
man of Blue Boxes, Mesdames Irv-
ing Schlussel and Sidney Diem.
co-chairmen; Mrs. Samuel Baker,
pr o g r a m chairman. Mesdames
William Levin, Joshua Sperka.
and Max Stollman, co-chairmen;
Mrs. Sol Lifsitz. treasurer; Mrs.
George Lerner, bulletin editor,
Mesdames Joseph Rubin and
Joshua Sperka, co-editor; Mrs.
Percy Kaplan, publicity; Mrs. Ed-
ward Wishnetsky, foundation
chairman: Mrs. Morris Davis, soc-
ial contact hostess; Mrs. Julius
London. social hostess, Mesdames
Louis Germansky, Sol Pearlman
and Norman Adilman. co-chair-
men: Mesdames Jack Krass, Leo
Lesser, Nathan Rosin, Irving Arlin.
Jack Grossbart. Samuel Rosenblat,
George Bayer. Irving Bloom, Jul-
ius H a c k ma n. Morris Kraft.
Al Schneider. Albert Sima, Louis
Diamond. Sidney Katchem, secre-
taries: Mrs. Milton Winston, Sefer
Hayeled-Golden Book; Mrs. Sonia
Gertzman, donor supply; Mrs. Na-
than Rosin. VSO; Mesdames Jack
Grossbart, William Mandell, Sid-
ney Katchem. telephone squad.
Mrs. Joshua Sperka was installing
The luncheon was arranged by
Mrs. George Lerner, former pres-
ident of the auxiliary, and a group
of special hostesses.
Chair in Hematology
Named for Traitel
The establishment of a chair in
hematology at the Wayne State
University School of Medicine to
be known as the William D. Traitel
Professor of Hematology was ap-
proved at the monthly meeting of
the WSU board of governors.
Traitel. who died Nov. 6, 1961,
was a real estate broker in the
New Center area for more than
30 years. Part of his bequest went
to the university law school with
the major portion being given to
the Medical School to establish a
fund for research in the field of
The university established the
William D. Traitel Endowment for
Medical Research with the current
assets of the bequest which ap-
proximated $500,000. The income
from the fund will be used to
support the chair and related re-
Dr. Walter Seegers, chairman
of the department of physiology
and pharmacology at Wayne State's
School of Medicine, was named as
the first holder of the chair by
Dr. Ernest D. Gardner, dean of
Morris Garvett Named
to Hospitals' Board
Morris Garvett, prominent De-
troit attorney and a leader in
many congregational, civic and
Jewish movements, this week was
elected a member of the board
of directors of the Greater Detroit
Area Hospital Council.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 29, 1964
World's Fair Has a 'Definite Impact' on Michiffan Fair
Returning from a three-day tour master plan for redevelopment of 420-voice inter-school youth choir ,
of the New York World's Fair, the fairgrounds f o c u s e s upon and 10 Israel folk dance groups
general manager Walter A. Good- 'Water Wonderland.." comprised of members of Zionist
man announced that the world
Themes utilized at other fairs youth organizations.
exhibit will have a definite impact include the Unisphere (New York)
Opening the event was the blow-
on the Michigan State Fair.
and the Space Needle (Seattle).
ing of the shofar, traditional ram's
.A second result of Goodman's
The effect will be two-fold:
horn, by Zave Cohen of New York
First, the State Fair will seek a inspection visit to the New York City.
unifying theme for 1964; and, World's Fair is his plan to acquire
secondly, it will try to acquire exhibition buildings, hopefully of
certain New York exhibit struc- automotive manufacturers. "Not
tures when they are dismantled, only are they magnificent struc-
tures for display. but also it is
at the fair's closing in 1965.
"The thematic symbols em- fitting that their eventual home
ployed throughout the Fair ," , be in the automobile capital of the
For a Complete Line of
stated Goodman. "give character world."
* * *
and stability to its far-flung struc-
Napkins, Matches, Ceramics,
•More Than 700 Youths
"This suggests to me that the Salute Israel at the Fair
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More than 700 youths from the
benefit, too, from use of a central Greater New York area on Sunday
presented a "Salute to Israel at
He invited any interested citizen the World's Fair."
of Michigan to submit to him an
Nearly 10,000 persons attended
appropriate idea for the fair, the two-performance salute spon-
which begins Aug. 28 and ends sored by the American Zionist
Sept. 7. The theme should be ap- Youth Foundation, Inc.
pealing and characteristic of Mich-
Highlighting the cultural pro-
igan. "For example," he said, "the gram was the performance of the
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