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July 15, 1977 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 Friday, July 15, 1977

Israel Bonds Honor Hoffmans

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Cong. Shaarey Zedek Men's
Club, a former sergeant-at-
arms and board member at
Beth Achim; and a former
commander of Sholom Post
537, Jewish War Veterans.
His professional affilia-
tions include the former
Northend Clinic (Outpatient
Department for Sinai Hospi-
tal,) Highland Park Gener-
al Hospital, Woodward Gen-
eral Hospital, the staff of
U.S. Navy hospitals, and
Kirwood General Hospital
in Detroit, where he is chief
of the podiatric section. Dr.
Hoffman is also the former
owner and administrator of
Edgewater Convalescent
Center.
Mrs. Hoffman is a life
member of Hadassah, a for-
mer president of Sholom
Auxiliary 537, a board mem-
ber of ZOA, Detroit Dis-
trict, a member of the Beth
Achim Sisterhood, the
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood
and the Sinai Hospital
Guild, where she is a char-
ter member.
The Hoffmans are both
members of the American
Jewish Congress and life
members of ZOA. They are
active in the Israel Bond
program, and Dr. Hoffman
is a member of the State of
Israel Bond Ambassador's
Society of Trustees.

British Lawyers
Criticize Israel
Torture Story

LONDON (JTA)—Two of
England's most prominent
lawyers, Lord Salmon, a
member of the Appeal
Court, and Lord Hailsham,
a former Lord Chancellor,
publicly criticized the Sun-
day Times article of two
weeks ago which accused Is-
rael of systematically tor-
turing Arab prisoners.

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Activities in Society

Detroiters attending the
national convention at the
City of Hope Medical Cen-
ter in California this week-
end are Beverly Benderoff,
Ida Schwartz, Goldie
Young, Arlene Cutler, Mary
Cohen, Debbie Iwrey,
Jeanne Eizelman and Lor-
raine Schubiner, national
board member. The women
are members of the local
City of Hope Helen Rose-
nberg Cancer Fighters.

Johannesburg, South Af-
rica . ***
Former Detroiter Mrs.
Elsa Kopple Berger of Bal
Harbour, Fla., is visiting
her son, Dr. Eugene Kopple
and his family in West
Bloomfield.

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Detroiters attending the
12th annual convention of
the Association of Jewish Li-
braries of North America
at Brandeis University in
Waltham, Mass., were: Mi-
chael Hurwitz, assistant to
the director of the Cong.
Shaarey Zedek Learning Re-
source Center; Ruthellen
Kass, library graduate stu-
dent at Wayne State Univer-
sity, representing its Li-
brary Science Student Asso-
ciation; Sarah Bell, librar-
ian, Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies—United
Hebrew Schools; Eleanor
Smith, librarian and histo-
rian at Cong. Beth Shalom;
Mrs. Max (Mae) Weine, li-
brarian, Cong. Beth Abra-
ham-Hillel; Rabbi Weine;
and Sher Rice, librarian,
Cong. Bnai David. Mrs.
Weine, past president of the
Jewish Library Association
of Metropolitan Detroit, led
a workshop, "Ask the Li-
brarian: A Problem Clin-
ic."

***

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rose-
nblat of Northgate Blvd.,
Oak Park, were honored
Sunday at a party given by
their children at the South-
field Athletic Club on the oc-
casion of their 50th wedding
anniversary. Their children
are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Rosenblat and Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Rosenblat.
The senior Rosenblat is a
longtime member of the De-
troit Federation of Musi-
cians, the Michigan Jewish
Businessman's Club and the
Retail Clerk Retiree's Club.
Mrs. kosenblat is active in
efforts for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
*** `
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