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July 17, 1987 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-17

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ed by John Wiley and Sons,
Inc.

DENNIS R. GREEN &
ASSOCIATES has been ap-
pointed the advertising and
public relations agency for
Pazazz/Thingz, a retail chain
of gift and novelty shops.

STONE, AUGUST AND
CO. of Birmingham has been
appointed advertising agency
for Federal Broadcasting
Corp. Federal Broadcasting
owns and operates radio sta-
tions WIRJ-AM/WJOI-FM in
Detroit and WMCA in New
York.

Leo D. Maxbauer

LEO D. MAXBAUER has
been promoted to second vice
president in National Bank of
Detroit's financial services
division. Maxbauer, an NBD
employee since 1982, is a com-
mercial loan officer in the
division.

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SHELDON L. FREILICH

has been appointed to the
position of director of provider
network by SelectCare, Inc., a
health-care consortium own-
ed by Beaumont, Oakwood,
Providence and St. John
Hospitals.
Freilich will be responsible
for both the PPO provider
network and the HMO in-
dividual physician and
medical group provider net-
works consisting of over 2,500
physicians throughout
Southeastern Michigan.

DR. MARTIN BOGROW,

NAME

CITY

Sheldon L. Freilich

former Oak Park resident, is
now a full partner with
Broward Chiropractic
Associates of Ft. Lauderdale,
Fla. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Bogrow of East
Lansing.

MARTIN M. SHENKMAN
of New York, formerly of
Detroit, has just had his book,
Real Estate After Tax Reform:
A Guide for Investors, publish-

'1"1 LOCAL NEWS h"

Israel Cancer
Fund Sets Event

The Friends of the Israel
Cancer Association and its
newly established youth
group, The Hanoar, have an-
nounced that its eighth an-
nual dinner will be dedicated
to the memory of Sonia Klein,
who was an active member.
The dinner will be held on
Oct. 4, 1987 at Mat Shalom
Synagogue.
The main purpose of the
association is to aid in
meeting all of Israel's cancer-
related needs. This year's pro-
ject is to finance the purchase
of a $100,000 laser beam, a
piece of equipment which is
critical to combatting the
disease.

Mayors Elect
Rothstein

Mayor Charlotte M. Roths-
tein of Oak Park who is the
president of the Michigan
Association of Mayors (MAM)
was elected at the United
States Conference of Mayors
annual convention in
Nashville to the advisory
board.
Mayor Rothstein recently
received the Michigan Non-
Profit Homes Association
Public Service Award for her
role in securing the funds for
the Jewish Federation
Apartments.

Health Aides
Are Sought

The American Red Cross,
Southeastern Michigan
Chapter, is looking for per-
sons who wish to be home
health aides. Students com-
pleting the course will receive
a certificate.
Classes will begin July 28
at 9 a.m. There is a fee. To
register or for information,
call the Red Cross, 494-2876.

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