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September 13, 1974 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-13

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Summerset ORT Sets Art Auction

THE NORMAN & REUBEN
COTTLER FAMILIES

Classifieds Get Quick Results

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Sept. 13, 1974-47

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Summerset Woods Chapter, Women's American ORT
members Mrs. Annette Fink, left, and Mrs. Marilyn Levin,
chapter president, preview the works of art to be featured
in the chapter's third annual art auction to be held 8:30 p.m.
Sept. 28 at Park West Galleries. There will be a champagne
preview at 7:30. The auction, chaired by Mrs. Fink, will
include 150 original works by Appel, Vasarely, Calder,
Chagall, Dali, Miro and Picasso. ProceedS will support ORT
vocational rehabilitation schools throughout the world.
Tickets will be on sale at the door.

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activities in Society

Classified Ads Get Fast Results

Marc H. Hoffman, son of Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Hoff-
man of Jeanette Ave., Southfield, a May 1974 graduate of
the University of Miami's law school ; is at home with his
parents for the holidays. He was cited by the Florida
Lawyers' Title Guaranty Fund's 1974 Law Students Awards
Program for his paper on "Moratoriums and the Florida
Land Developer."

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WSU Social Work
Lecturer Promoted

Mrs. Ruth L. Goldberg of
Southfield, a member of
Wayne State University's
faculty, has been promoted
to professor in the school of
social work.
Mrs. Goldberg, a specialist
in family diagnosis and treat-
ment, joined Wayne State's
faculty in August, 1963, as an
assistant professor in the
area of casework. Appointed
associate professor in July,
1968, she instituted the uni-
versity's first learning center
on family functioning.
She currently coordinates
that center and serves as
faculty field instructor for
WSC students assigned to
local social welfare agencies.
In 1971, Mrs. Goldberg in-
troduced a new placement
concept in social work — as-
signment of the social worker
to the family physician's of-
fice for counseling of patients.
Prior to coming to Wayne
State, Mrs. Goldberg held a
number of social work posi-
tions, including that of sen-
ior caseworker and field in-
structor for the Jewish Fam-
ily and Children's Services in
Detroit, and caseworker for
the New York Association for
Jewish Children.
Born in Russia in 1910,
Mrs. Goldberg holds a bach-
elor's degree from Hunter
College of New York City,
and a diploma from Colum-
bia School of Social Work.
Currently a consultant on the
family to the Veteran's Ad-
ministration Hospital, she
has also been a consultant to
the Livonia Public Schools,
the Detroit Psychiatric Insti-
tute and the Methodist Chil-
dren's Village. She is co-
author , (with Dr. Leon Lucas)
on the text "Fundamentals of
Family Counseling."

This country needs a sys-
tem of control for double
talk.

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- SHOFAR
ASSORTMENT

BARTON'S famous min-
iature chocolates . . .
Choice centers of nuts,
fruits, caramels, fruit
cremes and French truf-
fle. In shimmering holiday
gift wrap. $3.25

HONEY CAKE

Deliciously traditional honey
cake seasoned with plump
raisins and topped with
sliced almonds.

$1.98

And don't forget other delicious New
Year selections. Petits Fours, Gift
Packages and many more. Come see
them all.

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NEW YEAR

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