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May 15, 1987 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-15

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Friday, May 15, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BUZ HOLZMAN of the Bir-
mingham Pho-
tographers has
been named
president-elect
of the Detroit
Professional
Photographers
Association.
Holzman, who
is owner and
chief photo-
grapher of
the Birming-
ham portrait
and wedding studio, has been
active in the photographic com-
munity for the past 18 years.
He will also serve on the board
of directors for the next three
years.

STANELY J. WINKELMAN
has joined Real
Estate One's
panel of ad-
visors. Win-
kelman spent
38 years as a
merchant with
Winkelman
Stores, Inc., a
chain of 90
ladies fashion
specialty
stores located
Winkelman
in Michigan,
Ohio and Illinois. During his
career with Winkelman's,
Winkelman served in various
capacities including president,
chairman and chief executive
officer. Since 1985 Winkelman
has operated his own manage-
ment consulting firm.

STANLEY L. CAPLAN has
been appointed president of
Haas Financial Products, Inc.
Caplan's responsibilities will
include the research, review
and analysis of products being
introduced into the financial
market. He makes recommen
dations for their use to clients,
both individuals and
companies.

MICHIGAN CENTER FOR
HIGH TECHNOLOGY in
Detroit will begin a series of
workshops, "In Business in
Detroit," at 6:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the center for high
technology. There is a fee. To
register; call Wayne State
University, 577-4850.

Akiva Teacher Gets
Curriculum Award

-

Flo Ziffer, the third grade
Jewish Studies teacher at
Akiva Hebrew Day School is
one of the two recipients of the
Rabbi Isaac Simon Annual
Curriculum Award for de-
velopment of innovative edu-
cational materials for the
teaching of Bible. The award
carries a cash prize of $1,000.
Rabbi Shmuenopin, princi-
pal of Akiva Hebrew Day
School, accepted the award on
behalf of Ziffer at the annual
National Torah Umesorah
Convention in New York State
on May 9.
The Rabbi Simon awards
were initiated by his two
daughters, Dr. Tamy Chelst of
Oak Park and Avivya Stohl of
Jamaica Estates, N.Y. along
with their husbands, Dr. Ken-
neth Chelst and Dr. William
Stohl. The family members ex-
pressed a desire to encourage
Chumash teachers to upgrade
and develop materials that can
be published and disseminated
widely.
The Chelsts and Stohls chose
to commemorate their late
parents, Rabbi Isaac Simon,
Jack and Sarah Chelst and
grandparents Moses and
Esther Chelst, through
encouraging these curriculum
presentations.

-

THE BERLINE GROUP'S
1986 Super Bowl "Brick Drop"
commercial, developed for
client Durakon Industries, has
won another award for creative
excellence, it was announced by
Jim Berline, agency president.
The commercial, which has
already been honored by the
U.S. Radio and Television Com-
mercial Festivals Association
and the Michigan ADDY's,
received a Merit Award from
the Creative Advertising Club
of Detroit.

COLUMBIA MEDICAL
CENTERS have opened two
new centers at 3281 Rochester
in Troy and 16910 rIbn Mile in
Southfield. Columbia Medical
Centers provide primary
medical care as well as
specializing in non-invasive
treatments for chronic and
acute pain. The centers also
deliver support and treatment
for various nutritional
disabilities.

Young Couples Club
To Dine In Windsor

The Young Jewish Couples
Club will travel to Windsor for
dinner at La Guardia, 8 p.m.
Saturday. Carpooling with
parking in a guarded lot is
available. For information and
directions, call Jo Greene,
661-1000, ext. 344.
Couples wishing to join the
group and get on the mailing
list should come to the next
planning meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, at United Hebrew
Schools, Conference Room A.

Student Named
Summa Cum Laude

Jeffrey Avram Davis, son of
Marcia and Donald Davis of
Oak Park, was graduated
summa cum laude from Albion
College.
A four-year honors student
who was elected to Phi Beta
Kappa, Davis will study in
Jerusalem at the Machon
Shlomo Yeshiva prior to pursu-
ing graduate studies.

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