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June 12, 1987 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-12

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BUSINESS

ANDREA ROSENBERG
has been
promoted to
risk manager
of Schostak
Brothers and
Co., Inc. Mrs.
Rosenberg
joined Schos-
tak in 1984.
She served as
project man-
in
ager
of
charge
Rosenberg
overseeing
the company's move last
March from offices in the
Honeywell Building in South-
field to the First Center
Office Plaza, also in South-
field. As risk manager, Mrs.
Rosenberg is responsible for
identifying the company's ex-
posure to loss, reducing or
eliminating - risks, and pur-
chasing the necessary insur-
ance protection.

GLORIA P. RIVKIN of
West Bloomfield, has been
appointed a director and sec-
retary of the Matthew
McNeely Neighborhood
Foundation.

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Friday, June 12, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

HARRY L. JACOBS of
West Bloom-
field,
president of
Congress Col-
lection Corp.,
was elected
president of
the Michigan
Association of
Collection
Agencies. The
MACA regu-
lates business
Jacobs
practices,
prescribes ethics, and prom-
otes proper conduct of its 108
members.

CONTINUUM CENTER OF
OAKLAND UNIVERSITY
will preseiit a three-hour
workshop for dual career
partners at 7 p.m. Thursday
at the Oakland Center on
campus. There is a fee. To
register, call the Continuum
Center, 370-3033.

THE FUDGERY has opened
at Tally Hall/Hunters Square
in Farmington Hills. The
store combines entertainment
with candymaking. Workers
double as part-time song-
and-dance entertainers while
concocting the confections.

JANKA ASSOCIATES, a
training and communications
company, will conduct one-
day seminars on employment
interviewing for health care
personnel July 7 at the
Ramada Hotel in Southfield,
July 8 at the Botsford Inn in
Farmington, and July 10 at
Weber's Inn in Ann Arbor_
The registration fee includes
all seminar materials and
luncheon. For information
and registration forms, con-

tact Janka Associates, 399-
3233.

SHELDON S. BROWN
AND ASSOCIATES of Oak
Park has been appointed to
handle all public relations ac-
tivities for Norman J.
Ochelski, CPA.

ELLIOTT SHEPARD, co-
owner of Shepard Drugs, was
appointed by Governor James
Blanchard to the Michigan
Board of Pharmacy.

DENNIS P. DICKSTEIN,
president of the Builders
Association of Southeastern
Michigan announced the
naming of business people
and residents to the
Homearama committee, buil-
der's corps and liaison group.
Among those named were:
Gerald Brody, Jeffrey Cohen
and Steven G. Winkler.

LAWRENCE S. JACKIER
has
been
elected to the
board of di-
rectors of
Louis-bas d
Germania
Savings
Bank. A prin-
cipal in the
suburban
Detroit-based
law firm of
Schlussel, Lif-
Jackier
ton, Simon,
Rands, Galvin and Jackier,
P.C., the 44-year-old corpo-
rate business attorney was
elected to the board of the
$700 million-asset financial
institution at its annual
meeting in mid April.

Canadian Court
To Allow New
Thal For Zundel

Toronto (JTA) — The
Supreme Court of Canada
last week rejected a request
for appeal by the Ontario
government, aimed at restor-
ing the conviction against
pro-Nazi propagandist Ernst
Zundel. Following the
Supreme Court's decisiOn,
Ian Scott, Ontario Attorney
General, promptly announced
Zundel will get a new trial on
the same offense.
Zundel was found guilty in
1985 of breaching a "spread-
ing false news" section of the
Canadian criminal code by
publishing a booklet denying
the truth of the Holocaust.
He was sentenced then to 15
months in prison and ordered
not to publish anything on
that subject.
Last January the Ontario
Court of Appeal, in a
five-judgepanel, unanimously
rejected the conviction on
grounds of irregularties in
jury selection and not permit-
ting certain items of evidence.

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