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C. Henry Foltz, 61 to chairman, Liggett-Stashower, Cleveland, from president-chief operating officer. He succeeds David Stashower, 68, formerly chairman-CEO, who is retiring. Terrence J. McGovern, 58, succeeds Mr. Foltz as president and also adds the CEO title. He had been exec VP.

David Wachtel to publisher, Bloomberg Personal and Bloomberg Magazine, New York, a new position, from publisher, Institutional Investor.

Roger Steckler, 66, adds the title associate publisher, Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, New York, to that of advertising director.

Chris D'Rozario to group creative director, J. Walter Thompson USA, New York, from creative account director, Messner Vetere Berger McNamee Schmetterer, Euro RSCG.

Adrian Taylor to president, Doner Canada, Toronto, from managing director of the Toronto office. He assumes duties formerly held by Dan Peppler, CEO of the agency group formerly known as Doner Schur Peppler. Mr. Peppler left the company.

David Baldwin, 35, to senior VP-executive creative director, McKinney & Silver, Raleigh, N.C., from senior VP-creative director, Leonard Monahan, Providence, R.I. He assumes duties formerly held by exec VP-creative director Pat Burnham, who left the company.

John Vincent to partner, Bozell Worldwide, Southfield, Mich., a new position, from account supervisor.

Mark Bartel to publisher, City Pages, Minneapolis, from sales director. He succeeds Kris Henning, who left the company.

Richard S. Guha to president-retail marketing division, Houston Industries Retail Energy Group, Houston, from senior VP-marketing for cable TV services, U S West Communications, Denver.

Clare McHugh to editor in chief, New Woman, New York, from, most recently, a similar title at Dennis Publishing's new Maxim. She succeeds Betsy Carter, who left the company. Keith Blanchard assumes Ms. McHugh's duties at Maxim, with the title acting editor in chief.

Alan Maguire to strategic sales manager,, New York, from product

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