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January 16, 1987 - Image 70

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-16

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LOCAL NEWS

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838-3666

(All recordings in full compliance

with Federal copyright laws)

The Julius Chajes Music Fund Concert Series &
The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit

present

An Evening on Broadway !,
Cabaret Concert
featuring
"Company Five"

singing the music of
Victor Herbert, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Cole Porter, Kern, & Sondheim

in celebration — 60th Birthday of the JCC — Refreshments
Date: Saturday, January 24, 1987
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Place: Jewish Community Center, Maple/Drake Building

Tickets: Members/$8, Non-members/$9
For information call 661-1000, extension 335

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Agronsky To Address
Testimonial For Cohan

Israel Histadrut of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will pay trib-
ute to Leon S. Cohan, president
of the Jewish Community
Council, at a testimonial
dinner at 6 p.m. Tuesday at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Agronsky has been a Wash-
ington and foreign correspon-
dent for each of the major TV
networks — NBC, ABC,. CBS
and PBS. During his caeer he
has been awarded the top
awards of his profession.
The guest speaker will be
Martin Agronsky, veteran
journalist and TV commen-
tator.
In World War II, Agronsky
served as an NBC war corre-
spondent with the British
Army in Greece, the Middle
East and Singapore. After
Pearl Harbor he was a corre-
spondent with Gen. Douglas
MacArthur and the U.S. forces
in the Pacific.
has
been
Agronsky
president of the Radio-TV Gal-
leries of the U.S. Congress and
has conducted TV interviews
with six successive American
presidents — Eisenhower,
Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon,
Ford and Carter.
At present, he is moderator
of Agronsky and Company, a
TV public affairs show.
Cohan, who was graduated
from the Wayne State Univer-
sity Law School, practiced law
in Detroit until his appoint-
ment as an assistant attorney
general of the State of Michi-
gan. Promoted to deputy attor-
ney general, Cohan held that
position longer than anyone in
Michigan's history.
Cohan came back to Detroit
in 1973 when he accepted the
position of vice president and
general counsel of the com-
pany.
Cohan is a member of the
Michigan Council for the Arts,
and he serves as adviser to the
arts commission of the city of

Martin Agronsky

Leon Cohan

Detroit. He is chairman of the
Michigan State Board of
Ethics, a trustee of Sinai Hos-
pital. He also is president of the
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit.
Featured on the program
will be Philip Marcus Esser
and Barbara Bredius. Proceeds
from the Leon S. Cohan Tes-
timonial Dinner will be used to
supply equipment and to assist
in the construction of a new
building for the Amal Voca-
tional High School in Safed, Is-
rael.
For information, call the
Histadrut office, 967-4720.

BUSINESS

CHARLES A. BALE was ap-

pointed cor-
porate mer-
chandise
manager for
Highland
Superstores,
Inc. He will
supervise all
merchandising
activity at
the company.

HAROLD BRODE, president

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Friday, January 16, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

and owner of Broder Brothers
Co. announces the following
promotions:
BARRY
ZAGERMAN to executive
vice president, responsible for
sales and purchasing man-
agement; TODD TURKIN to
vice president, director of
management information sys-

tems

and

marketing;

MICHAEL BRODE to vice

president, overseeing purchas-
ing, sales and local distribu-
tion operations; and GEORGE
MELCHER to assistant vice
president for production and
personnel management.

ALEX N. COOPER has been

appointed director of develop-
ment services for UHS Man-
agement Corp. USH Manage-
ment Corp. develops and man-
ages alternative delivery sys-
tems including preferred pro-
vider organizations (PPOs)
and health maintenance
organizations (HMOs)
throughout the Midwest. USH
is owned in part by Beaumont,
Oakwood, Providence and
Saint John Hospitals.

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