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July 22, 1988 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-22

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The Homearama '88
Gets Twist Of Judaism

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eveloper Zev Garoon
wants to add a twist
of Judaism to the
sixth annual Homearama, a
showcase of new idea homes
by the non-profit Builders
Association of Southeastern
Michigan.
So Garoon, who lived in
Israel for 13 years, will place
a mezuzah on the front door
of his display home, the
Bradley, named for his son.
He and six other Jewish
land developers will join a
slate of BASM builders, ar-
chitects, interior designers
and landscapers next month
for the massive display of
homes, which will range in
price from $250,000 to
$525,000.
Most of this year's selection
of 18 homes are contemporary
— some French colonial and
Tudor with contemporary
flair. Dennis Dickstein, presi-
dent of Ralph Manuel
Associates, is chairing. the
event.
BASM members say white
is the most popular color this
year • for home exteriors.
Seven of the homes boast
white outsides. One home,
called the Saturn, combines

white brick and white-
painted horizontal cedar
siding.
Also more prevalent this
year are peaked roof lines.
The Sheffield home model
shows five separate roof levels
and the Tri-Star shows six
peaks.
Like the other homes,
Garoon's Bradley model is ex-
pensive. Cost to build a
similar four-bedroom, 2 1/2
bath 3,250-square-foot home
ranges from $375,000 to
$425,000. It is contemporary,
with brick and cedar wood
siding and boasts and
unusual, octagonal, two-story
foyer with oak flooring.
The latest in home interior
design and decor also will be
on display during the month-
long exhibit. Trends include
high ceilings, slanted studio
ceilings and eight-foot doors.
Also on exhibit will be a
tent featuring bank financing
and home improvement infor-
mation. Homearama will be
held Aug. 4-28 from 7 a.m. un-
til 11 p.m. during weekdays
and from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m.
on weekends at the Autumn
Ridge subdivision on Orchard
Lake Road, just north of
Walnut Lake Road in West
Bloomfield.

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Shirley Stern. Sinai Mis

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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1988

DOUG SCHUBOT, Presi-
dent of Jules R. Schubot
Jewelers in Troy, was elected
as the fourth president of the
American-Israel Chamber of
Commerce of Michigan. He
succeeds Jim Safran, presi-
dent of Safran Printing and
Microforms. Jane Sherman
was the first chamber presi-
dent followed by Jack Zwick,
managing partner of Laven-
thol and Horwath.
Schubot has served on the
Chamber board and the ex-
ecutive board. He is com-
pleting his general chairman-
ship of Metro Detroit Israel
Bonds. He also serves on the
boards of Boys and Girls Club
of Southeastern Michigan,
Temple Beth El, Better
Business Bureau of
Southeastern Michigan, Or-
chetra Hall.
Other members of the ex-
ecutive board include: Bill
Farber, vice president
Business Resources; Alan
Gilman, vice president Pro-
gram; Irwin Elson, vice presi-
dent Membership; Jonathan
Brateman, Secretary; Scott
Eisenberg, Treasurer.

NAT PERNICK, M.D., J.D.
has been appointed to
membership on the Oakland
County Community Mental
health Board by the Board of
Commissioners.
Pernick graduated from the
University of Michigan
Medical School in 1983 and
from its law school in 1986.
The Mental Health board in
Oakland County has a $20
million budget and provides
institutional as well as outpa-
tient services for the mental-
ly ill and developmentally
disabled.

SINAI HOSPITAL has ap-
pointed Paul Szilagyi as vice
president of finance, Larry
Greene as vice president of
operations and Michael
Lacusta as associate ad-
ministrator for operations,
management and planning.
Prior to joining Sinai,
Szilagyi served as senior
manager with Touche Ross
and Co. in Detroit.
Prior to joining Sinai,
Greene was a manager with
Touche Ross.
Lacusta was a senior con-

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