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March 18, 1960 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-03-18

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Division Chairmen Named on Eve of Allied
Jewish Campaign Launching on. Monday

With the official opening of
the Allied Jewish Campaign
less than three days away, Irwin
I. Cohn, chairman, and Paul
Zuckerman, co - chairman, an-
nounced the heads of the cam-
paign's seven trade and profes-
sional, women's, junior, organi-
zations and.. metropolitan divi-
sions.
The Campaign opens at 7
p.m., Monday, at the Jewish
Center, 18100 Meyers. Rabbi
Herbert A. Friedman, executive
vice-chairman •of the United
Jewish Appeal, will be guest
speaker.
"Under the leadership of
these chairmen," Cohn said,
"the campaign will be closing
in on the $3,000,000 mark at the
opening dinner."
Max M. Shaye, chairman of
the food division, winner of the
Detroit Service Group cup for
the largest percentage increase
in the 1959 campaign, is again
food division chairman.
Harold A. Robinson and Max
J. Pincus, chairmen of the mer-
cantile division in 1959, retain
division leadership in the 1960
campaign.
Sidney J. Bertin, services di-
vision chairman in 1959, is
chosen again to lead the divi-
sion in 1960.
Irwin Green, mechanical
trades division chairman, pre-
dicts a $1,000,000 plus year for
his division. Green, who has
-been a United Jewish Appeal
Israel Study Mission member,
is a board member of the Jew-
ish Community Center and
Community Workshop.
Arthur Howard, real estate
and building division chairman,
has also been a UJA Israel
Study Mission member.
Arnold E. Frank and Dr. I.
Jerome Hauser are chairmen of
the professional- division.
Charles F. Rosen is chairman
of the arts and crafts division.
Mrs. Eugene J. Arnfeld • is
women's division chairman..
George M: Zefez614 is chair-
man of the metropolitan divi-
sion and Bernard Isaacs is or-
ganizations division chairman.
Alan E. Luckoff repeats as
chairman of the junior division
that in 1959 had the largest
percentage increase of any divi-
sion.

Program Announced for
Opening of 1960 Drive

,

Judge Theodore Levin, chairman of the execu-
tive committee of the Jewish Welfare Federation,
will preside at the dinner meeting, at 7 p.m., Mon-
day, at the Jewish Center, 18100 Meyers, which will
officially open the 1960 Allied Jewish Campaign:
Herbert A. Friedman, executive vice-chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal, will be the guest
speaker. He will be introduced by Irwin I. Cohn,
campaign chairman.
Hyman Safran, pre-campaign chairman, will
submit a report on efforts of his division. The
$3,000,000 mark is expected to be reached by this
phase of the drive in time for Monday's meeting.
Campaign reports will be made by Jack 0.
Lefton, chairman of trades and professions; Alan E.
Luckoff, Junior Division chairman; George M.
Zeltzer, chairman of the metropolitan division;
Bernard Isaacs, organizations division chairman,
and Mrs. Eugene J. Arnfeld, Women's Division
chairman.
Rabbi Milton R6senbaum of Temple Emanu-El
will give the invocation. Isidore Sobeloff, executive
vice-president- of the Federation, will summarize
the meeting.
Opening dinner reservations can be made by
phoning WO 5-3939.

executive vice-chairman of the
UJA, asserted that "all we can
do" for the world's homeless
during the current World
Refugee Year "must be done."
Through the overseas work of
the relief agencies of the three

great faiths, he noted, "hun-
dreds of _ thousands of the
destitute" are "given new op-
portunity for lives of promise."

Jewish Scientist Directed Launching
of U.S. Pioneer Rocket Into Sun Orbit

WASHINGTON, (JTA)—The
American scientist who directed
the successful launching into
orbit of the latest United States
"instrument package" Pioneer
V, now orbiting around the sun,
is Dr. Abe Silverstein, 51, son
of Joseph and Eva Lecine Sil-
verstein, of Terre Haute, Ind.
Born at Terre Haute, Dr. Sil-.
verstein received his early

scientific training at Rose Poly-
technic Institute, in his home
city. He entered the service of
one of the laboratories of the
National Advisory Committee
for Aeronautics in 1952, and has
risen steadily to his present post
as director of space flight pro-
gr•ms for the National Aero-
nautics and Space Administra-
tion.

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