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February 26, 1988 - Image 80

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-26

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I LOCAL NEWS I

WHERE DO HEALTHCARE
PROFESSIONALS GO TO
KEEP THEIR
BUSINESSES HEALTHY?

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Bar-Ilan President Prof. Michael Albeck, right, presents a scroll to Melvin
Muskovitz at the dedication ceremonies.

We Specialize In

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Bar-Han Chair Named
For The Muskovitzes

The Dave and Florence
Muskovitz Chair in Cancer
Research was recently in-
augurated and dedicated at
Bar-Ilan University. The occa-
sion was the culmination of
the Muskovitzes' desire both
to perpetuate the memory of
their parents and to material-
ly strengthen Bar-Ilan
University's efforts to combat
cancer.
Prof. Michael Albeck, Bar-
Ilan's president and co-
inventor of the vaccine AS101
with strong anti-cancer im-
plications made the presenta-
tion. Melvin Muskovitz, one

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Dr. Benjamin Sredni will be
the first incumbent of the
Muskovitz Chair. He is the co-
inventor, along with Prof.
Albeck, of AS101.
The Muskovitz family ties
to the university go back to
the • 1950s when Mr.
Muskovitz's put up one of the
original first two dormitories
on campus. They established
a cancer research fund in
memory of Mr. Muskovitz's
parents.

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BUSINESS

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THE TOWNSEND HOTEL,
of Birmingham has named
Lois Shaevsky community
relations specialist. She will
assist the director of
marketing and sales in pro-
motion of the hotel. She has
served on the boards, in-
cluding the Variety Club of
Detroit, the National Council
of Jewish Women, Harbinger
Dance Company, the
Founder's Society of Detroit,
Project Hope and the Meadow
Brook Art Gallery.

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J

SHERWYN J. LABOVITZ,
senior vice president-
investments, has been elected
a member of the 1987 Chair-
man's Council of Prudential-
Bache Securities. The
Prudential-Bache Chairman's
Council consists of 90
members selected annually
from the firm's 5,500 account
executives.

THE WEST BLOOM-
FIELD CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE will have a
general membership meeting
March 16 at Lowry's
Restaurant, 1990 Hiller
Road, West Bloomfield to
hear Manufacturer's Bank
Vice President and senior
economist David L. Litt-
mann. The luncheon will
begin at 11:30 a.m. with a
cash bar. There is a charge.
Littmann joined Manufac-
turers National Bank of
Detroit in 1970. He has
developed a variety of
business activity indexes for
the regional economy in-
cluding a tourism index for
the State of Michigan.

Okun Promoted
To Vice President

Maury Okun has been pro-
moted to vice-president of
development and public rela-
tions at the Center for

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