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February 17, 1978 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

8 Friday, February 17, 1978

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B.A. Sobel, dean of the
Faculty of Social Sciences at
Haifa University, will
speak at several meetings to
benefit the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergen-
cy Fund.
He will address the •an-
nual cocktail reception and
dinner meeting for the Med-
ical,and Osteopathic Physi-
cians Sections of the Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund's Profes-
sional Health Division on
Tuesday.
The evening's events will
begin with cocktails at 7:30
p.m., followed by dinner at
8:15, at Cong. .Shaarey
Zedek.
Sobel will be guest
speaker at a parlor meet-
ing Wednesday in. the
West Bloomfield home of
former Campaign
Chairman Alfred L.
Deutsch.
Dr. Sobel will also speak
at a parlor meeting March 1
at the Franklin home of
former Campaign Chair-
man Maxwell Jospey. The
March 1 meeting will be the
•last of a series of eight.
The Professional Service
Division will hear Dr. Sobel
at a fund-raising parlor
meeting Thursday at the
Birmingham home of David
Hermelin.
Robert H. Naftaly is
chairman of the Profes-
sional Service Division.
Stanley D. Frankel, David
K. Page and Harry L. Sil-
verman are co-chairmen.
Associate chairmen are
James M. August, Lawr-
ence S. Jackier, Robert L.
Siegel and Isadore Silver-
man.
Muni Mark is division di-
rector.
Prof. Sobel; a native of
New York City, is a
sociologist and re-
searcher who has several
grants and awards to his
credit.
He will also speak to Wo-
men's Division contributors
of more than $100 at a de-
ssert luncheon 12:30 On.
March 1 in the • Studio
Theatre of the Jewish
Community Center.
Heading the "Koach"
Division for $100 con-
tributors is Edie Mittent-
hal. Associate chairmen
are Beth Feldman, Pola
Friedman, Evelyn Sil-
verman and Ruth Wayne.
Vice chairmen are Mar-
jorie Federman, June
Kamil, Marilyn Katz,
Diane Komorn, Donna
Maddin, Joy Nachman,
Hannah Pokempner, Marge
Saulson, Helen Shevin,
Carol Silverman and Dede
Weinberg. Debbie Altman
and Delores Farber are ad-
visors.
Sharon Hart is chairman
of the $100 First Time Divi-
sion. Linda Gershenson is
associate chairman and
Sherri Lumberg is briefing
chairman.
Vice chairmen are Bunny
Goldman, Shelly Jackier,
Carol Krugel, Myrna
Partrich, Lillian Perlman,
Doris Priver, Rissa
Winkelman.
For information, contact

Mrs. Lois Brown at the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
965-3939.

* * *

Industrial; Auto _
Division Will Meet

The Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergen-
cy Fund's Industrial and
Automotive Division will
hold a brunch meeting 10
a.m. Feb. 26 in the Standard
Club.
, Moses
Speaker will be
oses
Schonfeld, a United Nations
news correspondent who co-
vered the Sadat-Begin talks
in Egypt. -
• Joseph H. Orley is chair-
man of the Industrial and
Automotive Division. Co-
chairmen are Earl Grant
and Philip S. Minkin.

Joseph B. Colten,
Robert Kasle, Arnold L.
Kaufman and Albert
Newman are associate
chairmen. Pre-Campaign
chairmen are Herbert
Rechter, Morris .Rochlin
and Harry P. Waits.

Shown at recent parlor meetings of the Allied
Jewish Campaign are, in the top photograph, from
left, hostess Myra. Citrin, speaker Akiva Baum, host
Martin Citrin and Graham -Orley; and in the second
photograph, Dr. Milton Goldrath, speaker Eugene
Weiner, hosts_ Mr. and Mrs. William Davidson and
Jack Robinson. In the third photograph, at the Wo-
men's Division $250 Section meeting are Dulcie
Rosenfeld, Carolyn Greenberg, Janet Levine, hostess
Nancy Jacobson and Diane Klein. Shown at the
Junior Division telethon; in the bottom photograph,
are Jeffrey Bori,n, Peter M. Alter, Carol Rubenfaer,
Susan Weinman, Richard Roth and Jonathan Jaffa.
Harold Berke is executive
Goldman, Marvin H.
Goldman and Irwin Green. director of the division.
* * *
Also Daniel M. Honig-
Correction
man, Maxwell Jospey, Bar-
The photograph in last
ney L. Keywell, Jack 0. Lef-
ton, Malcolm Lowenstein, week's Jewish News show-
Milton K. Mahler, Joseph ing the Metropolitan Divi-
H. Pearlman, Donald J. sion telethon- incorrectly
Purther,. Irving A. Rubin, identified the briefers as
Joel D. Tauber, Robert S. Suzi and Burton, Farbman.
Trepeck and Philip T. War- They were Sherri and Ed
Lumberg.
ren.

Vice chairmen are Martin
Bader, Kenneth A. Dishell,
Sidney. I-. Feldman, George
Friedman, Milton R. Gil-
man, Seymour R. Jones,
Erwin Robinson, Robert. A.
Schwartz, Melvin Wallace
and Milton Y. Zussman.

Serving on the division
cabinet are Harry B.
Aronow, Martin E. Citrin,
E-dward Coppersmith, Sol
Eisenberg, Joseph D.
Feldman, Mitchell
Feldman, Max M. Fisher,
Kay G. Frank, Harry
Goldman, Harvey H.

Mrs. Malbin Wiris Heart of Gold Prize

the United Jewish Appeal,
United Service Organiza-
tion (USO), League of
Women Voters, Michigan
Cancer Foundation and the
Girl Scouts.
General Chairman for
the 1978 .United Jewish
Appeal (UJA) in Mount .
Clemens, which provides
funds for health, educa-
tion and welfare services
within the Jewish com-
munity, both locally and

Marty Malbin of Mount
Clemens was among eight
volunteers honored for
outstanding community

in Israel, Mrs. Malbin
also has been active in
other Jewish communal
causes.
Mrs. Malbin was a foun-
der of the Selfridge Field
USO and also organized-the
Army Navy Committee of
the Jewish Welfare Board,
which provides religious
-services, food and compan-
ionship to servicemen at
Selfridge. She also is active
in Women's American ORT.

Tho- Gift of Love

By DAVID C. VOKES

Retired Judge, Wayne County
Court of Common Pleas

MARTY MALBIN

Of all the gifts God- has bestowed
The greatest of them all
?the love we bear for our fellow man
Resounding chimes in Heaven's Hall. -
There is no power on earth so great
There's nothing like it in all the land
That matches the selfless gift of all
The greatest, grandest of the grand.

service ruesday at the 11th
annual Heart of Gold Award
lunchain at Cobo Hall. The
event was sponsored by the
HeartofGoldAwardCouncil
and Women for the United
Foundation.
Mrs Malbin was nomi-
nated for the Heart of Gold
Award by a group of friends
who. have worked with her
throughout the years. She
was recognized for a wide
range of community ac-
tivities, including service to

It is necessary to have a
knowledge of the world, be-
sides a knowledge of the
Holy Law.
—The Talmud

A Hebrew rabbi in ancient times
It was more than nine hundred years ago
Meir ben Isaac Nehorai wrote
The beditiful words you read below:



"Could we with ink the ocean fill, _
-And were the skies with parchment made,
Were every blade of grass a quill,
And every man a scribe by trade,
To write the love of God above,
Would drain the ocean dry.
Nor could the'scroll contain the whole
Though stretched from sky to sky."

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