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January 13, 1995 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-13

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president of the
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ation of South-
eastern Mich-
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Irvin Yackness

Peter Burton

Robert Hal-
perin, president
of Robert Hal-
perin Builders
in Farmington
Hills, and Scott Scott Jacobson

Jacobson, president of S.R. Ja-
cobson Development in Birming-
ham, have been elected treasurer
and secretary, respectively.
Peter Burton, president of Bur-
ton Katzman Development in
Birmingham, and Abe Ran, pres-
ident of Somerset Development
in Farmington Hills, have been
elected vice presidents on the ex-
ecutive committee.
Irvin Yackness will continue to
serve BASM as executive vice
president in addition to his duties
as general counsel.
BASM includes more than
1,950 professional builders, de-
velopers and associate members
in related industries throughout
southeastern Michigan. It is the
third largest association of the
more than 800 state and local
home builders associations that
comprise the National Associa-
tion of Home Builders.

AN EMPLOYER job bank has
been launched by the Berkley
School District Community
Schools Advisory Committee.
Local business owners who are

seeking full- or part-time employ-
ees are being listed on WBSD, the
Berkley School District's cable
channel. WBSD is Channel 58 in
Berkley and Huntington Woods
and Channel 33 in Oak Park.

FIRST TIME home buyers will
have an opportunity to learn the
how-to's of purchasing a home at
a free program from 6:45-9 p.m.
Jan. 23 at the Jimmy Prentis Mor-
ris Jewish Community Center in
Oak Park.
How to apply and qualify for a
home mortgage, choose a lender
and real estate agent, fill out a pur-
chase agreement, budget and un-
derstand a credit application will
be discussed.
Reservations are required for
the workshop, which is sponsored
by the Neighborhood Project of the
Jewish Federation of Metropoli-
tan Detroit, First Federal of Michi-
gan and the Michigan Group. For
further information and to regis-
ter, call the Neighborhood Project,
(810) 967-1112.

-

MARTINE GILBERT, the BIRD

Foundation's director of trade and
development, will address the next
breakfast meeting of the Ameri-
can-Israel Chamber of Commerce
of Michigan. The meeting will be
held from 7:30-9 a.m. Feb. 3 at the
Skyline Club in Southfield.
A kosher breakfast will be
served if requested. To make reser-
vations for the meeting, call the
American-Israel Chamber of Com-
merce ofMichigan, (810) 661-1948.

KENNETH ROGERS, director
of the Oakland County Depart-
ment of Community & Economic
Development, will be the guest
speaker at the Jan. 17 monthly
meeting of the Detroit Chapter of
the American Society of Apprais-
ers (ASA).
The meeting will be held at the
Rivercrest Banquet Hall in
Rochester Hills. A 6 p.m. cocktail
hour will precede dinner at 7 p.m.
For further information and reser-
vations, call ASA Detroit Chapter
secretary Mike Kurschat, (810)
816-9166.

DAVID LITTMANN, first vice
president and senior economist at
Comerica Bank, will speak on
"What's Ahead in the Economy"
at 7:30 a.m. Jan. 18 at the Com-
munity House in Birmingham.
A continental breakfast will be
served at the event, which is free
of charge because of the sponsor-
ship of Proctor & Associates mort-
gage bankers. Reservations are

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