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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-11

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rabbi says to the priest "Is this
going to help him any?" The priest
replied "If he can fight, yes!"
The list of organizations that
Sosin has 'been affiliated with
reads like an encyclopedia of
Jewish services in metropolitan
Detroit. These affiliations include
the Jewish National Fund, B'nai
B'rith, Men's ORT, Jewish Com-
munity Council, the Jewish Home
for Aged, Chabad Lubavitch, the
Red Magen David for Israel and
Sinai Hospital.
"It's not so much my reputa-
tion," he laughed, "but I think a
lot of it is because I don't charge
anything."
Although he is involved in all
aspects of the Jewish community,
his special love is Cong. B'nai
David. He is a life member and
has belonged to the synagogue for
nearly 40 years. He has held every
office available at the synagogue.
During these years, he has been a
valued member of the choir and is
featured as a solo performer dur-
ing services.
Rabbi Yolkut fondly refers to
Sosin as "Mr. Israel Bonds." As
synagogue activities chairman,
Sosin heads the synagogue di-
vision of Israel Bond appeals. He
is also involved in the national
leadership of the High Holiday
campaigns for Israel Bonds and
attended its convention held early
in September at the Hyatt Re-
gency in Dearborn.
He is directly responsible for
coordinating the Bonds syna-
gogue program for all of the Met-
ropolitan Detroit area and also
outstate areas of Michigan in a
nationwide effort of more than
1,000 congregations in the United
States and Canada during the
High Holiday appeals.
"I think he is certainly one of
the few in our community who has
been involved or participated in
selling more Bonds than anyone
else that I know of," Yolkut said.
Sosin has been a favorite as
master of ceremonies for the an-
nual Balfour Celebration and
Concert of the Metropolitan De-
troit District of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America. This year he
will once again be emcee. At the
celebration two years ago, Sosin
was called on to ad-lib for 15 min-
utes until the entertainers were
ready.
Twice a year, Sosin entertains
for the retarded citizens. "It's
probably the most gratifying pro-
gram that I do." The League of
Jewish Women sponsor the proj-
ect in which they.have programs
for retarded adults at Chanukah
and Passover. He started
entertaining for this program
many years ago and has de-
veloped a special rapport with this
audience. He found that he could
not entertain as he conven-
tionally does, so he incorporated
the audience into his show and es-
sentially they entertain them-
selves.
Sosin currently serves as trea-
surer of the Jewish Family Serv-
ice and thus has become involved
in the Resettlement Service. He is
involved in their program that
serves as a housing alternative for
seniors. This relatively new pro-
gram houses seniors in private,
individual apartments.

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Every summer Sosin is invited
to entertain the seniors who are
on a two-week retreat at Camp
Tamarack at the Butzel Center.
Cantor Hyman Adler of Cong.
B'nai David and the Eric Rosenow
Orchestra accompanied him at
this year's program.
Canter Adler and Sosin have
been performing together for
more than 15 years. Sosin kib-
bitzed with the audience. "There
aren't too many cantors who you
can do things with as you can with
Cantor Adler. He's a regular guy

Twice a year, Sosin
puts on programs for
the retarded and
every summer he is
invited to entertain
seniors on a two-week
retreat at Camp
Tamarak's Butzel
Center.

and I want to tell you that it's easy
to work with him because he is
really a very nice man. How did I
find out he was a nice man? He
told me."
Their duets of Yiddish and old-
time favorites left the audience
wanting more and brought them
to their feet. "I want to tell you
that I've been around long enough
that a standing ovation doesn't
excite me. I know the truth ... It
only gives you a chance to rear-
range your shorts a little bit!"
Finding the time to contribute
to these organizations has posed
no problem for Sosin. "Well, of
course, partly retired now, so I
have plenty of time. And in a way,
it stands me good right now be-
cause when a time comes that I
don't have much to do, I'm very
busy."

They tell a story that a man had
a son who was a doctor. One day he
figures he'll stop in and see how
his son is doing. He goes into the
office and it is full of people. He
waits until arybody is taken care
of and he walks into his son's •
office. "Mein kinder, I have so
much naches, kein ayin hare, you
are doing so well. What do they
come to you for? I mean are you a
god or something?" The son re-
plies "Dad, now-a-days the hor-
mones are very popular. They can
help you out a bit." "As long as I'm
here . . . If it will help." So the doc-
tor gives him a shot. The man
takes out $10 and wants to give it
to his son. "Pa, you I wouldn't
charge. I mean, after all that you
did for me. I should charge you?
No, no, this is free."
A couple of weeks later, the man
comes back to visit his son and
says "You know mein kinder, the
shot wasn't bad. If you don't mind,
I'll take another one." The son
gives him another shot and again
the man takes out $10. "Pa, I told
you, you don't pay". "Oh, no, no .. .
It's a present to you from mama."
His devotion to, the Jewish
community is equaled to his devo-
tion as husband, father and

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