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School counseling praised Plymouth-Canton Community Schools' new elementary counseling program is being judged a success, based on the 1,315 students who have taken advantage of the p r o g r a m so far. Five elementary counselors, rotating among 12 schools, have serviced the district's 7,000 elementary students since September Individually, and in small groups, counselors have addressed subjects ranging f r o m divorce to self-esteem and dealing with ramifications of the Persian Gulf War. Jeff Fordell, who is coordinating the program for the district, told the school board Monday night that while the pilot has worked well, there's potential for improvement. "The addition of one elementary counselor, raising the total to six. would ensure that all elementary buildings have equitable access to a half-time counselor. "Currently," he said, "two coun-

selors service t h r e e buildings each, resulting in scheduling difficulties and the reduction of the number of classroom visitations, support groups and individual classrooms otherwise possible in those buildings" Counselors also need informational literature, videos and other resources to share with parents and students. "UlUmately, counselors would like to have a budget so they could build up their own library." Fordell said. ' We need to s h a r e the wealth; hopefully we can get a small budget. We are seeking other funding sources." Financing for the counseling program comes f r o m the district's community block g r a n t fund. Dick Egli, the district's community relations director, said elementary counselir^g "is not only important, it may be imperaUve. While e l e m e n t a r y counseling

would have been useful 20 years ago, the need now is greater than it was back then. "What we've done is to put counselors at the high school and middle schools — and they're an important part of an elementary education. because they can do so much with young people in their formative years. It works well with the students who a r e at that level. We can gain a great deal from having elementary counselors "

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Fordell said the major goal of the program is to prevent "risk behaviors through classroom lessons, small group discussions and individual counseling " More than 275 children have joined counselors in support groups to discuss such things as divorce, self-esteem cooperative skills and problem solving. An additional 1.038 youngsters have been referred for individual counseling.

School support urged from Pursell Plymouth-Canton Schools Superintendent John Hoben planned to spend yesterday with U S. Rep. Carl Pursell. R-Plymouth. visiting the University of Michigan and getting a look at s o m e of the educational technology in use there Pursell recently b e c a m e the ranking minority member on the Labor. Health. Human Services. Education and Appropriations House subcom mittee. The subcommittee wields a $57 million budget This m a r k s the first time a Michigan m e m b e r of Congress has held the post, and Plym-

outh-Canton school officials a r e hopeful some of the money will arrive in the district in the form of federal grants P U R S E L L M E T earlier this month with William Heath, a Plymouth Canton counselor and a representative of the National EducaUon Association's Congressional Contact Team Heath asked Pursell to push for increased financial support for federal educaUon initiatives and passage of key legislation affecting students and schools

Heath is concerned about "artificial spending caps" and" limitations created m last year's budget resolution Heath also asked for P u r s e l l s support of the Civil Rights Act of 1991 and the Family and Medical Leave Act, both of which were vetoed by President George Bush after they were passed by Congress The Family and Medical Leave Act would protect teachers and other employees from being laid off during pregnancy leaves or periods of family crisis due to illness. Heath said.

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staff writer The W a y n e - W e s t l a n d S c h o o l Board will borrow $2 S million because of s budget crunch it blames on state officials The move, approved Monday night, marks the first time in five years the district has had to borrow money to keep operaUng The district serves southeast Cantoo El wood (Woody) London, the d i * trict's finance director, blamed the budget problems on a delay of 32 3 million that the state had been ex-

pected to turn over to the district by Aug 1. That payment has been delayed unUl Oct. 1 as s t a t e officials grapple with their own budge* crunch. London said Board member Kathleen Chorba gian. addressing the audience during Monday's board meeting, said much of the district's financial woes can be attributed to the state i f you have blame, some of it must fall on Lansing." she said Chorbagian voiced dismay that the district will be forced to pay interest on the loan that would not have been necessary had the state paid the 12 3

million to the district on time The last time the school board was forced to borrow money, it took out a 32 million loan One year earlier, the board had borrowed 35 million IN OTHER financial matter* Monday the board approved a 3 V percent wage increase this year for the 180 para -professiona Is employed by the district The pay increase c a m e after the district and the employees union reached a negotiated settlement on a salary reopener that had been called for in the third year of a contract.

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permitting their loved ones to just pass away."

The state Senate moved toward making assisting a suicide a fouryear felony amid warnings that the bill goes too far. Senate Bill 42 was passed 26-8 last week hut faces an uncertain future in the House. "In enforcement, it's going to be obvious the only ones you can prosecute are doctors and hospitals,'' said Sen. George Z. Hart, D-Dearborn, who voted no. "People every day are

THE BILL also w a s opposed by Sen. David Honigiman, R-West Bloomfield, who advocated a study commission to look a t ethical, legal and scientific issues in helping a dying person end life. "I got 16 votes to tie my study to this bill." Honigman said, indicating that support for tbe bill is softer than indicated by the vote. All other area senators voted yes except Democrats William Faust of

A murder charge against Kevorkian was tossed out of one court, but a circuit judge has slapped an injunction on his further use of the heart stopping machine.

Westland and J a c k Faxoh of Farrnipgton Hills, who had excused absences. Sponsored by Sen. Fred Dillingham, R-Fowlerville, Senate Bill 32 would make it a felony to encourage or help anyone to commit suicide. Penalties would be a $2,000 fine, four years in prison or both The target of the bill is Dr. J a c k Kevorkian, a retired Royal Oak pathologist who used his "suicide machine" to help a fatally ill Oregon woman end her life in an Oakland County park

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anybody who provides means or access — not just Kevorkian or doct o f t ." u In tbe House, the bill will likely go to the Judiciary Committee, beaded J>y-Rep. Perry Bullard, D A n n Arbor. Bullard sneers openly a t - a n y bill supported by the "so-called Right to Life" organization.

SUPPORTER Jack Welborn. RK a la ma zoo. warned that without a new law "we'll make a new industry We'll have a motto: t in this- state 'Welcome to Michigan We'll help kill you,' " Welborn said. "Dr Kevorkian is the lightning rod," said opponent Debbie Stabenow, DLansing. "This t>ill says

7n enforcement, it's going to be obvious the only ones you can prosecute are doctors and hospitals.'

One possible scenario Bullard will seek action on his living will" in exchange for support of Dillingham's assisted suicide bill Tbe living will allows a person to prescribe the lim-

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Tighter state licensing for proprietary schools By Tim Richard staff writer In an era of deregulation, customers and businesses agree one area needs tighter state licensing — proprietary schools. • "In nine months, we were supposed to cover 15 a r e a s of law." Terry Lemerand of Waterford Township told a state House c o m m i t t e e last week. "We covered five areas." The former Clarenceville resident told a series of horror stories about a now defunct school for paralegals in Pontiac: . • An entire course was started over after new students enrolled. • Only three students in a large class ever were able to get jobs as paralegals, and there was virtually no counseling. • Students were promised judges and lawyers as teachers, but only one person ever taught all the classes. , • The school turned out to be unaccredited by any accrediting agency. • 40 percent of the material on a criminal law test was never taught in class.

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It's somewhat different for professional football. Of the 17 National Football League stadiums used for football only, seven are in suburban sites. But it's one of those stadiums — the Pontiac Silverdome — that gives suburban leaders the most pause. Built in the mid-1970s with the assumption it would bring business to its financially troubled host city, the Silverdome has instead proved to be a money loser Slightly more than a decade after its opening. Pontiac was kicking in more than * 1 million a year to keep the Silverdome solvent. Nor did the stadium give any boost to Pontiac redevelopment Even though the Silverdome recently landed regional finals for the NCAA men's basketball tournament, city officials still complained that too many fans stayed, dined and shopped in other suburbs, ignoring Pontiac completely Perhaps with that in mind, suburban leaders hope that they're the ones who will be ignored when it comes time to pick a site new Tiger Staidum site.

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discourage the Tigers from picking a Plymouth Township site. "We were getting calls f r o m our residents on it, so we just wanted to put it to rest," Supervisor Maurice Breen said. In Canton, officials believe no such resolution is needed " Our feeling is they could only loc a t e in tbe Ford Road. 1-275 area and with the wetlands and multiple property owners out there it would lake them five years or more to even put anything together," Supervisor Thomas Yack said. "Personally. I feel most stadiums belong in. a central city s e t t i n g , ' Yack added. Though Canton is attempting to create a downtown of its own, Yack said a stadium clearly isn't p a r t of thay>lan. "We're talking about a 35-acre site, that's hardly enough," be said. Though Northville Township .is considering changes to its zoning ordinance. township Supervisor Georgina Goss said changes have nothing to do with the Tigers. "We said all along that Tiger Stadium isn't coming to Northville

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—W 30EaEmK ut • students, . are • being misled. They are being taught' that censorship is acceptable, even preferable. Weary educators, beaten down by a system which demands conformity, are declaring that a free press really isn't all that important or practical. STUDENTS too often are learning that your right to know what the powerful of America are visiting upon the disenfranchised and poor is inappropriate. And these same young minds are rapidly making their way into the newsrooms and classrooms of America where they are determining that it is better to go along in order to get along with tbe establishment. They have lost the distinction between editing and censorship. It's a dangerous trend, one which, if continued, will surely erode our freedoms.

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bULcw«U& jnteodvoaLw -tte legislature by Rep. Lyn Jondahl, DOkemos. The bill is in response to a 1988 U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing school principals to censor student expression. With Jondahl's initiative, students would be provided with free expression rights when working on school publications or other events such as plays, bulletin board postings and petition distribution. For many folks that's a scary thought. If our children are going to learn how the press works in a free society they must be allowed to operate in a free environment, no matter how . frightening it may be to some. THE IDEA that our children are being taught press censorship as acceptable is ludicrous, irresponsible and very simply dangerous. A person

from our readers to the editor and from other sources appear to imply that the Plymouth MADD Rotary Club has endorsed the proposal that Plymouth Township and mothers the City of Plymouth acquire and operate Mettetal Airport. This is simply not true and I would like to try to thankful correct that mis perception. To the editor On behalf of the Wayne County Chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving. I would like to express our thanks for the generous donation of $1,115 to our chapter from the patrons of the Mayflower Hotel. We are grateful for the willingness of Mr Creon Smith from the Mayflower, to coordinate this "fun raiser" caricature event. We feel It was a good way to call attention to MADD"! goals, while emphasizing the responsible serving policies of the Mayflower Hotel Community support such as this is important to help the efforts of MADD and helps us to remind people to drive sober Seadi Wolf. Administrator MADD Wayne Comity

Club didn't endorse Mettetal To the editor Some recent comments in letters

In accordance with the Policy of Plymouth Rotary Club not to endorse political candidates or political issues, we have neither endorsed nor opposed tbe airport issue. I would appreciate your assistance in communicating this fact to the citizens of the Plymouth community E. J. McCleodoo, president Ply month Rotary Clab

Mettetal a question of rights To the editor Evidently tbe Observer feels the discussion about Mettetal Airport should end with the editorial s t a f f s last word. We, The Plymouth Concerned Citizens. have been called rabbler o u s e r s , nincompoops, s t o r m troopers, ignorant and other deroga-

Steve Barnaby learns by doing, not by doing tbe opposite. The responsibility for turning around this situation rests in the hands of our educators, with support from school board trustees and par Educators, in particular, must show tbe common sense and courage to develop journalism programs which are meaningful. They can begin by hiring experienced teachers who know the basic tenets of journalism, libel law ramifications and First Amendment rights. At the present, journalism is held in such low regard at most high schools that typically some freshman teacher who very well may not even read newspapers is thrown into the task. Support of the Jondahl bill would force fearful administrators to sit up and pay attention to our Bill of Rights, a sometimes forgotten part of American freedom. Steve Barnaby is managing editor of the Observer & Eccentric Newspapers

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WHOM DO you trust — the pro- • secutor who argues one side of the story or the judge who listens to both' sides 7 That's one core of the debate in Lansing Tbe question is whether to Tim ease up the law giving drug couriers mandatory life sentences without Richard hope of parole when they're convict- ed of dealing 650 grams or more of in robes, in front of a shelf of law cocaine or heroin. books In Oakland County, tbe circuit The judge has no discretion. Only judges campaign as a fake "team" to the prosecutor has discretion — freeze out potential competitors when be or she decides bow to In short, if a judge were a bleeding charge the arrested person. heart or a hangman, you the voter The bill before the House Judiciwould never know it. ary Committee-would continue to provide for mandatory life but allow SO WHOM should we trust? judges to mete out as few as five Neither years for good reason. Instead, consider the law on its merits. It requires a lifetime in prisNATURALLY, Oakland County on without hope of parole for anyone prosecutor Dick Thompson and the caught dealing, or even talking about hard liners were -favoring the prodealing. 1.4 pounds of drugs. secutor Thompson recalled how Common sense says we should judges gave "revolving door" prisons Judith Doner Berne is assistant provide some "light at the end of the sentences in the early 1970s. managing editor for the Oakland tunnel." some hope 10 or 20 years County editions of the Observer & Ingham Circuit Judge James R. later for the convict who gets an edEccentric Newspapers. Giddings put the other side well: ucation. gets clean of his own drug "The law transfers discretion habit matures and'seems ready to from the courts to prosecutors. go back into society Court decisions are subject to public U.S. District Judge Avern Cohn scrutiny and judicial review. said elderly prisoners often are no "Many (big drug dealers) are buylonger a threat to society. It's a fairing their way out (of life sentences) ly good argument At 40, a prisoner some cases. Put in any program you with forfeiture procedures (surrenisn't the same person who was senwant without enough money, noth- dering property in return for more tenced at 20. People change with ing changes. lenient prosecution). These decisions age are made behind (tbe prosecutor's) BESIDES, THE key to quality edu- closed doors. A DETROIT judge. Gershwin cation lies in highly trained and Drain, did the judiciary more harm "Discretion in private is more subqualified teachers with sufficient ject to abuse. We should return these than good with his testimony Of the supportive materials and equipment decisions to tbe public arena." five drug couriers who have come as opposed to theories that come and before him. Drain said be would i go. have liked to give a term of years to THAT REASONING is music to four. Until this country makes educathe ears of believers in open governtion its number one priority and ment. That didn't set well with lawmakspend more money, we can have ers Tbe bill would allow judicial disThe Open Meetings Act applies graded, ungraded, junior high or cretion in a fairly tight set of cironly to legislative bodies, not to admiddle schools, long-range or stratecumstances. and here was a judge ministrators like the prosecutor or gic planning or management by ob- to judges. But you get Giddings' « admitting be would use discretion 80 jectives and nothing will change point Judges operate in open courtpercent of the tune. I am proud to be an American seerooms. Their decisions are almost Michigan's law. one of the most ing bow we stood up to the madman. automatically appealed to higher severe in the world, simply isn't Saddam Hussein courts. helping us capture the drug "kingpins." whatever that means. .We're Nevertheless, it will be a great Bui prosecutors cut deals behind coming down oo a few "mules" like day when education gets enough closed doors Ergo, we should trust a ton of bricks Myself. I would be money and tbe Department of De- the judges more than those wheeling, inclined to make tbe minimum penfense has to bold a bake sale to build dealing, secretive prosecutors, he alty 10 years rather than five yeais its tanks. says or mandatory life. Well, maybe James "Doc" Doyle is a former But not because I trust judges Yet we must remember with disTroy Schools administrator. His Tim Richard reports on the logust bow judges campaign for re-' column on educational issues ap- election They never talk past cases. cal implications of state a n d repears regularly gional events. They have themselves photographed standing major policy questions behind the immediate chaos? So far they're only pointing the finger. Republicans blame the Blanchard administration for overcommitting the state. Democrats attack the Reagan administration foe cutting federal aid and forcing the state to pick up tbe slack. SOLUTION: Norris Lee, a retired Burroughs Corp. executive from Birmingham, asked legislators to apply business principles to the issues. If sales are to business what taxes are to tbe state government uf tough times you wouldn't advise a company to cut sales, be argued. He urged them to cut non-essential instead of human spending especially pork barrel items. "If a person went up there with a non-partisan attitude they could do i t "Lead us." be commanded.

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tory names. "Fanatical" is just another stick or stone. We, oo tbe other band, have made no personal attacks on any commissioner or resident (or newspaper publisher or editor). Our presentations to tbe city commission have been objective and polite. Since Mayor Bila resigned. Plymouth taxpayers have had no reassurance from the city commission that the scheduled vote on the acquisition of an airport will be binding. The issue is no longer whether the commission is convinced that Mettetal is the best thing for this community, it is a question of the rights of the people of Plymouth. Without an irooclad escape clause In the Joint Operating Agreement, purchase of the airport prior to a vote of citizens will deny permanently Plymouth taxpayers the right to have their vote implemented.

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Fairy shrimp are probably the tiniest sign of spring Harbingers of spring come in many forms and shapes. To some the first crocus to bloom is a sign of spring. Others look to the first robin or first red-winged blackbird Whatever sign it is, when we see the first one of the year, there is a sense of security and stability — nature's infinite cycle has returned again and we look forward to a future we know from the past. Most harbingers tend to be large and showy, but there is a less conspicuous reminder that can be found in small pools of water. Fairy shrimp are found in ephemeral pools formed from snow melt waters in fields, or in ponds that have'recently thawed. I remember walking through an old fallow field and looking into a pool that I was about to walk around, when I noticed that the water was moving. Despite the cold weather there were hundreds of delicate % to one inch long fairy shrimp beating their legs furiously. Upon closer examination I noticed that they were swimming on their backs, or sides, as it sometimes appeared. When their rapidly moving legs stopped, they began to float downward. Then all of a sudden they would start beating again. Their feathery legs have gills connected to them, which are used for respiration. ' In back of the legs and gills was a narrow body section that one associates with a typical shrimp. A large black colored eye at the head end was very noticeable. If a few are collected and transferred to an aquarium, their beating heart and internal organs can be seen

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K i m b e r l y Balluff s h a k e s a plastic Easter egg to s e e what's inside.

J J o h n M e y e r t a k e s a big b i t e o u t of a h o t d o g d u r i n g t h e p a r t y (above). Catherine Lorenz c h e c k s out the Easter g o o d i e s s h e f o u n d o n t h e c h u r c h lawn ( l e f t ) . : i .

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HE EASTER Bunny's a busy fellow this time of year, but be still found the time to visit Plymouth on Friday, March 22. The bunny was the guest of honor at an Easter party for the Plymouth Newcomers Moms and Tots group. His arrival was eagerly awaited by the youngsters. "Oh sure, it's the real bunny," said Charlotte Barnett, president of the

Plymouth Newcomers Club. "We're having an Easter egg hunt." Gub members were able to get their request in early enough so that tbe Easter Bunny was able to fit it into his hectic schedule. Barnett and her husband have four children, including 4-year-old Spencer, who was at the party at S t John's Episcopal Church in Plymouth Township. Spencer and the other children ate lunch and enjoyed a crafts activity. The Easter Bunny's arrival was the highlight of the day. Children

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took their baskets outside to search for goodies on the church lawn. THE PARTY is one of a number of Moms and Tots activities throughout the year. The Canton Newcomers Club also has a Moms and Tots group. "It just gives the moms a chance to be with tbe child," said Barnett, a Plymouth resident. "It makes the child feel special." Moms and Tots members from Plymouth meet monthly to enjoy different activities and the pleasure of

each other's company. "It's fun, just having fun with your kids," said Nancy Lashlee-Darragh. Moms and Tots coordinator for the Plymouth Newcomers. She and her husband have two sons, Adam, 5. and Ruthven, nearly 2 Both were at Friday's get-together. "IT'S JUST a time for the moms to socialize." said Lashlee-Darragh. a Plymouth resident. Children play together, leam new things and enjoy such activities as

fire station visits and holiday parties " Mostly it's a good time for tbe moms to chat and run after tbe kids," she said with a smile. ABOUT 70 people came to the spring party and Easter egg hunt at St John's Episcopal Church. Most children arrived with their moms, although a few grandmothers came -along for the fun. The excitement level was high at the party, particularly when children knew the Easter Bunny's arriv-

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al was imminent Noise levels rose accordingly, although most of the moms are accustomed to such sounds ."It doesn't bother me." said Barnett, who used to teach first grade in Texas. "So I'm used to the noise."

Sharing Sequel tells a heartwarming tale By Julie Brown staff writer Author Kathryn Osebold Galbraith has written eight books for children Her latest, "Roommates aod Rachel," is the first to qualify as a sequel. Galbraith, who grew up in Plymouth and lives in Tacoma, Wash. published her first book for children in If76. More recently, she wrote • Roommates" (Margaret K. McElderry Books MacmilIan) For tbe first time. Galbraith felt as if she hadn't finished a story "Roommates" tells of two sisters. Beth and Mimi. who are waiting for the arrival of their baby sister "I just felt like the story wasn't quite over y e t I really wanted to finish the stcry," she said in a recent telephone interview. "It just seemed like a very natural thing to do."** In the earlier book; Beth and Mimi weren't thrilled to learn they would have to share a room when their sister arrived "Everybody's affected, right down to the dog," she said

"Roommates end Rachel" is author Kathryn Osebold Galbraith'• newest book. Galbraith grew up in Plymouth and lives in Tacoma, Wash.

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LEARNING TO live with a baby is frustrating for the girls, but they find they love their little sister "Roommates and Rachel" (Margaret K McElderry Books/Macmillan) tells of the ways life changes after baby Rachel arrives. I V book's for children in first

through third grades or thereabouts who can read on their own but need a little help from illustrations to follow the story Writing isn't a full-time pursuit for Galbraith, who also serves as executive director of the Tacoma Philharmonic "It's a nice combination." she said She attended Our Lady of Good Counsel School in Plymouth and graduated from Plymouth High School. Galbraith. daughter of the late Charles and Gertrude Osebold, attended the University of Michigan, earning a bachelor's degree in English literature and a master's degree in library science in 1970. Galbraith and her husband. Steve, live in Tacoma She sull has family Ues to Michigan Two brothers live in Plymouth and another lives.in Livonia. ."I try to get back once a year." she said "It's remained a beautiful little town It's kept its small-town Character with its park HER MOST recent book "isn't set in Plymouth, although it could have been "Of course, those are my memories " She grew up as the only girl in a family with four brothers "Someday. I'm going to have to write about that." She remembers being able to walk to school and to other places in Plymouth

"It was a very warm place, a safe place " She finds it easy now to think about such a place when writing. Galbraith doesn't have children although she does have four nieces and a nephew The youngsters have been known to take her books to school One niece found it difficult to convince a somewhat skeptical teacher that her aunt had written a book "It's hard for people to believe that real people write real books." Galbraith said She frequently speaks at schools and gets some unusual questions One boy asked if-ber hand didn't get tired from writing all those words, he thought she had t o do all the printing for each copy of each book Her earlier book. Roommates.'* did well and will be out in paperback this fall. She's pleased she was able to continue with the story of Beth and Mimi. and wants to write one more story about the family That story will be set in the summertime Roommates and Rachel' tells how the two girls adjust as they get used to having a baby sister In one chapter. Beth Mimi and their mom take the baby to school for a Christmas Hanukkah party. GALBRAITH DECIDED to include the Hanukkah celebration, just as part of wanting to show what a rich culture we Americans have She wanted to show the varie-

7 really wanted to finish the story. It just seemed like a very natural thing to do.' —Kathryn Osebold Gabratth children 's author ty of ways in which people celebrate the holiday season Illustrator Mark Graham did the art work for both Roommates and "Roommates and Rachel" The drawings of Beth. Mimi and their mother are based on his neighbors The dog in the book. Willie, is baaed on the dog of another friend of Graham's "I think he really did a lovely job with the book GaibraiUi said of Graham s illustrations She hasn't considered writing a book for adults . "There are still stories for kids that I'm eager to write It certainly gives me a tremendous amount of pleasure She's found that there are many first-rate children's books available these days The combination of a competitive marketplace and excellent illustrations means children's literatsre isn't the stepchild of the publishing world

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clubs in action WESTSIDE DANCE Westside Singles will have a dance/party 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, March 29, at Roipa's' of- Livonia, on Schoolcraft west of Inkster Road. The dance/party is for singles age 21 and older. Dressy attire should be worn (no jeans). There will be snacks and a budget bar. For more information, call the hot line. 562-3160. SATURDAY NIGHT Saturday Night Singles/Westside will have a dance/party 6 p.m. to 1 a m. Saturday, March 30, at Roma's of Livonia, on Schoolcraft west of Inkster Road. Tbe dance/party is for singles age 21 and older Dressy attire should be worn (no jeans). There will be snacks and a budget bar. Admission price is |4. For more information, call the hot line, 277-4242. DOG OBEDIENCE Dog obedience classes for all breeds are offered by the Detroit German Shepherd Dog Obedience Training Club. Classes are Monday and Wednesday evenings at the American Legion Hall, 31775 Grand River, Farmington. Novice classes are offered 7 and 8 p.m. Monday, advanced classes 7 p.m. Wednesday, followed by opien and utility classes 8 p.m. A health certificate is required. Classes are for dogs 6 months and older. The next session will begin the week of Monday, April 1. For more information, call Diane Sachs, 4762477, or Sue Filer,. 459-3856. •

BUILD YOUR ROAD Single Place will present a "Build Your Own Road" program 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 3, at the First Presbyterian Church in Northville, 200 E. Main. The speaker will be author Lois Wolfe-Morgan. Donation is $3. For more information, call 3490911.

AFRICAN VIOLETS An Afripan violet display and sale will be held 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, April 6-7, at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens, 1800 N. Dixboro, Ann Arbor. Tbe event is sponsored by the Michigan State African Violet Society. Admission is free. For more Information, call 4373833. There will be exhibits on growing and an educational session 2 p.m. Saturday, April 6. CLUB LUNCHEON Tbe Plymouth Newcomers Club will hold a business/luncheon meeting Thursday, April 11, at the Steak and Ale, 40347 E. Ann Arbor Road, Plymouth. Hospitality time will-be 11:30 a.m., lunch noon. New residents of Plymouth or Plymouth Township may attend. Price is 810.50 with a choice of bacon-Swiss burger or Hawaiian chicken. Dessert, coffee and tea will be served. Jeff Jones of Plymouth Nursery will present a program on perennial gardening. Reservation deadline is noon Tuesday, April 9. For reservations, call 459-8046 or 459-7943. •

BETHANY NORTHWEST Bethany Northwest will hold an amateur square dance 8 p.m. Friday, April 12, at the Our Lady of Sorrows Social Hall, 23615 Power, at Shiawassee in Farmington. Price is 13. Bethany Northwest i& a Catholic group for divorced, widowed or separated people, and is opentothose of all faiths. It sponsors a support group for people who are recently divorced, separated or widowed. For more information, call 471-2708 or 478-0533.

CLUB SCHOLARSHIP The Canton Business and Professional Women will present the organization's annual scholarship in May. The scholarship is for women who are entering or re-entering the workforce. Applicants should demonstrate financial need and should be seeking to improve their educational status. Michigan residency is required and applicants most be over 21. Applications will be available through April 1 and deadline for receipt will be April 12. Application forms are at the Canton Public Library, 1200 S. Canton Center, and at First of America Bank, 41652 Ford, Canton. For more information, call Kaye Woodbeck, 454-0033.

ART AUCTION • The Plymouth Newcomer^. Club will hold an art auctiprTSafurday, April 13, at the Plynyuth Cultural Center, 525 Farmer. Preview will be 7 p.m., the auction 8 p.m. Proceeds will support First Step. Hors d'oeuvres and champagne punch will be served. There will be a door prize, and the winner must be present Items in many price ranges will be available, and all are framed, matted and ready for hanging. Local checks and major credit cards will be accepted. Donation is $5. For advance tickets, call 451-0486 or 459-9877. Tickets will be available at the door.

W O M A N ' S CLUB The Woman's Club of Plymouth will meet 12:30 p.m. Friday, April 5, at the First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth, 701 Church. The "What's Your Color'" program will be presented by Tami Bid well, a color consultant who works through Sandy's Fashions.

DAR CHAPTER The Sarah Ann Cochrane chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will meet Monday, April 22, for a sandwich luncheon at the home of Mrs. ItS. Shattuck. Delegates and members who attended the 100th Continental Congress in Washington. D.C., will discuss highlights and resolutions. For more information on the Daughters of the American Revolution, call 453-4425 or 348-2198.







CLOTHING SALE The Western Wayne Comity Mothers of Twins Club will hold its semiannual sale of children's clothing noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 6, at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 30650 Six Mile, between Middlebelt and Merriman in Livonia. Spring and summer clothing for infants and children will be sold, along with toys, baby goods and furniture. A bake



MEET THE DIRECTOR "Meet the Director Night" for the upcoming Follies production will be 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 23, at Pioneer Middle School, 46081 Ann Arbor Road, Plymouth. The "Moments of Madness" Follies will be presented Friday and Saturday, May 10-11, in the auditorium of Plymouth Salem High School in Canton. The production highlights the talents of local

meet 8 p.m. the fourth Thursday of each month at the Plymouth Cultural Center, 525 Farmer. The non-prof - it organization is dedicated to community service and individual development. For more information, call r a m Miller, 453-1915, or Ronnita Kreiling, 455-8676



DAR CHAPTER The Sarah Ann Cochrane chapter, Daughters of tbe American Revolution, will meet noon Monday, May 20, for a sandwich luncheon at the home of Mrs. Albert Heindryckx. A slide program on the Ellis Island restoration will be shown after lunch. For more information on the Daughters of tbe American Revolution, call 453-4425 or 348-2198.

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Tea time Tea c a d d i e s , u s e d t o s t o r e t e a , a r e a m o n g i t e m s f e a t u r e d in t h e It's T e a T i m e exhibit at t h e P l y m o u t h Historical Mus e u m , 155 S. Main. T h e exhibit will c o n t i n u e t h r o u g h l a t e April. M u s e u m h o u r s a r e 1-4 p . m . W e d n e s d a y , T h u r s d a y a n d S a t u r d a y , 2 - 5 p . m . S u n d a y . For m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n , call 455-8940.

amateur performers. Tuesday, April 23, people will be able to sign up to perform on stage or to work behind the scenes. There will be a number for senior citizens and for students in sixth through ninth grades. For more information, call 455-8238. The fund-raising project supports the PCAC. •

FASHION SHOW The Catholic Central Mothers' Club will present a ~"Puttin' on the Ritz" fashion show Tuesday, April 23, at The Ritz Carlton in Dearborn. Cocktails, will be served 5:30 p.m., the doors will open 6 p.m. and dinner will be served 6:30 p.m. The Twelve Oaks fashion show will follow dinner. Cost is 832.50 per person. Entertainment will be provided, by students. and there will be guest appearances by Catholic Central students and their mothers. For reservations or more information, call 474-8735.



POLISH DANCERS The Polish Centennial Dancers will present their annual "Polish Extravaganza" 6 p.m. Saturday, April 27, and 2 p.m. Sunday. April 28. at Livonia Churchill High School, 8900 Newburgh. north of Joy. Dances from different regions in Poland, American polkas and a "Roaring "20s Revue" will "6e featured. Students, preschool through adult, will perform to live music by "Pan" Franek and the Muskegon Polka Towners. There will be a reception featuring dancing to live music after both performances. Donation is 15 in advance, $6 at the door. For ticket information, call 453-7161 or 427-2636. •

FOLLIES FUN "Moments of Madness" Follies performances will be 8 p.m. Friday and. Saturday, May-iO-ll, in the auditorium of Plymouth Salem High School, on Joy west of Canton Center in Canton. The Plymouth Community Arts Council presents the Follies, highlighting the talents of local ama• GARAGE SALE The Plymouth-Canton Civitan teur performers. Ticket price is $9 general admisClub will hold its annual garage sale 9 jhtn. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 27, sion, $6 for balcony seats, | 5 for senat The Gathering in downtown ior citizens and students. Tickets are Plymouth. Proceeds will be used to available 9 a.m. to noon weekdays at support local charitable projects, in- the PCAC office, 332 S. Main (above cluding Special Olympics, youth ac- Wiltse's Pharmacy) in Plymouth. tivities. senior citizen activities and Tickets are also available at Beitner Jewelry, 904 W. Ann Arbor Trail in others. Donations are needed, including: Plymouth. For more information, clothes; books and magazines; dish- call 455-5260. es; glassware; figurines; novelty items; lamps; furniture; sporting • BETHANY DANCE goods; tools; auto equipment; toys; Bethany Northwest will hold a and small appliances (operable). "Don't Worry, Be Happy" dance 9 Large appliances, such as refrigera- p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, May 10, at the tors and stoves, can't be accepted. Our Lady of Sorrows Social Hall, To arrange for pick-up of donated 23615 Power, at Shiawassee in items, call 464-1129, 455-0004 or Farmington. Price is $6. Bethany 459-0234. Northwest is a Catholic group for



SINGLE P R O F E S S I O N A L S The Single Professionals meet 6:45 p m . Tuesdays for wallyball at Racquetball Farmington. on Nine Mile between Farmington and Drake roads. The group also has tickets available for the opening day of the Detroit Tigers season. (Reservations required.) For more information, call 478-9181.

DAR TO MEET The Sarah Ann Cochrane chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will meet Monday, June 17, for a picnic-luncheon. Mrs. Louis Hopping will be the hostess. Participating members will explain their family roots. For more information, call 453-4425 or 348-2198.



TOASTMASTERS A Toastmasters Club meets 6:30 p.m. every Tuesday at Denny's, on Ann Arbor Road east of Haggerty. Plymouth Township. Participants improve their communication skills and make new friends. For more information, call 451-1241 or 455-1910.



CIVITAN CLUB The Plymouth-Canton Civitan Club is a community service organization for men and women. It meets 7:30 p.m. the first Thursday of the month for a business meeting at the Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce office. The club meets at 6:30 p.m. the third Thursday of the month at the Italian Cucina, 39500' Ann Arbor Road, Plymouth Township, for a dinner meeting and program. For more information, call 464-1129 or 455-9720.

LAMAZE EDUCATION The Lamaze Childbirth Education Association of Livonia offers a variety of classes. Participants learnabout pregnancy, labor, delivery and other topics. There are six-week classes for new parents, two- and four-week refresher classes, and a monthly breast-feeding class. Weekday classes are 7-9:30 p.m., Saturday classes 9-11:30 a.m. For more information, call the registrar. 937-0665 -

PLAYGROUPS 'v • v •f • MUSEUM FUN The Canton Newcomers Club . The Plymouth Historical Museum sponsors play groups. Groups meet is at 155 S. Main, Plymouth. It is Thursdays and Fridays. For more in- • " open to the public 1-4 p.m. Wednesformation, call 981-9197 or 397-270$. day, Thursday and Saturday, 2-5 i p.m. Sunday. • DUNGEONS AND ; j The current exhibit, "Tea Time," DRAGONS r, includes tea pots, tea sets, children's A group for advanced Dungeons sets, tins and caddies. Antique silver and Dragons players meets Friday ^ lace and linens are also featured, as nights in Plymouth. The group is for are Victorian napkin rings Museum adult players. For more information, j admission price is $1.50 for adults, call 454-0134. v) 50 cents for students ages 5-17, free for children under 5. Family rate is • JAYCEES For more information, call 455The Plymouth-Canton Jaycees 8940. •

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Trish Anne McMahan of Plymouth and Jonathan Carl Skidmore of Northville were married Jan. 5 at St. Kenneth Catholic Church of Plymouth.. The Rev. Eugene Krzeminski 1 performed the ceremony. Parents of tbe couple are James and Maria McMahan of Plymouth and Claris and Louise Skidmore of Old Hickery, Tenn. The bride is a graduate of Plymouth Salem High School and of Eastern Michigan University. She is employed by Estee Lauder-International. Her husband is a graduate of Rossville High School in Rossville, Ind., and of the University of Alaska. He earned a master's degree from Purdue University and is employed by General Motors-International. LouAnn Hamblin was the bride's honor attendant. The bride's other attendants were Sarah Wallman. Nancy Paige. Ellen Brass. Sally Smith and sister of the bridegroom Donna Johnson. Amber Johnson and Britni Johnson were the flower girls. Brother of the bridegroom David Skidmore was the bridegroom's honor attendant. The bridegroom's other attendants were Mark Johnson. Ron

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Joe and Sally Veltri of Canton announce the birth of a son. Joseph Nicholas. March 9 at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Bill Veltri of Warren. Sally Conktin of Brighton and Edmund Conklin Jr. of Westland. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bielman of Palm Springs. Calif Joseph Nicholas has a sister. Sara Nicole. 2 ^ .

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H0SANNA UB0R LUTHERAN CHURCH i SCHOOL 9600 leverne • So Bedford • 937-2424 Rev Glenn Kopoer Rev Lawrence WitIO WORSHIP WITH US Sundays 8:30 4 11 00AM Monday Evening 7 00 P.M Sunday ScMXX A BiW. Clateet » *» A M Chnsnan SigwcM Pre Scriooiairi Grade Mrs Pal Sadler 937-2233

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ST. J O H N NEUMANN 44800 Warren • Canton • 455-5910 Father George Charnley. Pastor MASSES Saturday 4 30 & 830 P.M. ". Sun 7:30. 9:00. 11:00 AM I 1:00 P.M. ST. MICHAEL PARISH 11441 Hubbard • L i v o m a - 2 6 1 - 1 4 5 5 Father E d w a r d J Baldwin, Pastor

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Church School & Worship 11.-00 AM.

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ST. PAUL PRESBYTERIAN Holy Week at St. Paul Presbyterian Church. 27475 Five Mile, one block west of Inkster Road in Livo-. nia. will begin with a communion service 7 30 p.m. Maundy Thursday, March 28. There will be three onehalf hour services 12 30-1 p.m., 2:303 p.m and 6-6:30 p m Good Friday. March 29. Easter Sunday, March 31, Dr Thomas Eggebeen will preach on "Is the Resurrection Real?" at 8*30 a m. and 11 a.m. services. •

HOLY TRINITY. A Tenebrae " Service of Darkness" will take place 7 30 p.m. Good Friday. March 29. at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. 39020 Five Mile, between Newburgh and Haggerty. Livonia. Lights and candles will gradually be extinguished as the drama ot Jesus' passion and death unfolds. Two fesUval ICaster services with the Holy Eucharist will be celebrated 8 and 11 a m Sunday, March 31. at the church. An Easter breakfast will be served between the two services 9 30-10:30 a.m. Music will be provided by the Adult Choir, Bell Choirs, the Choristers Children's Choir and instrumentalists. The Rev. Dana Runestad will preach and the Rev James Spilos and the Rev. Robert Seltz will be the celebrants. For information, call 464-0211. •

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Holy Week at First Presbyterian Church. Plymouth, will be marked by the following services: communion will be observed 7 30 p.m. Maundy Thursday. March 28 A time of remembrance will be observed for those who have died since last Maundy Thursday An account of the Lord's suffering and death will be read Music will be provided by the Chancel Choir. On" Good Friday, March 29. a Plymouth community service will be held 12 30-1 30 p.m. The Rev. Philip Rodgers Magee's sermon Will be "Famous Last Words." Three services will be celebrated Easter Sun-

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TIMOTHY LUTHERAN Holy Week services at Timothy Lutheran Church, 8820 Wayne Road. Livonia, will begin noon Maundy Thursday, March 28, with worship services followed by a luncheon, and ' 1 p.m. a worship service will take place. At 1 p.m. Good Friday. March 29, a joint Lutheran worship will take place at the church followed by a 7 p.m. Tenebrae service. On Easter Sunday. March 31, worship and communion will take place 8:15 and 10:45 a.m. Breakfast will be served 9:30-10:30 a.m.



ST. TIMOTHY An ecumenical Good Friday service will take place noon Friday. March 29. at St. Timothy Presbyteri an Church. 16700 Newburgh. south of Six Mile, Livonia. Sponsoring congregaUons include: Church of the

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"Films For Women About Wom- ...writers and actresses. "HALF THE Kingdom" is a story en,'' Oakland University's 10th Annual Film Festival, will be held from 9 about the quest of seven Jewish a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 6, in women who try to blend their 20th room 156 of North Foundation Hall. century lives within a traditional reand riipwtAd by Sponsored by the OU WomeB's Stud- ligion. ies Program, the festival will fea- Francine Zuckerman, it has been ture three award-winning films by called a "must see" film for its inwomen along with discussions with sights on the moden Jewish feminist experience. two ef the filmmakers themselves. "No Need to Repent," by Ann AlCalling the Shots" will be shown ter, tells the real-life story of the in the morning and "Half the King dom" and "No Need to Repent" will Rev. Jan Griesinger, an ordained be shown in the afternoon. The film minister in the United Church of showings will be interspersed with Christ. The work focuses on how Rev. Griesinger integrates her minformal and informal discussions. Films chosen for tbe festival have istry, politics and personal life. Admission is $12 for non-students, earned international honors, including the Candian version of an Emmy including lunch. Students with IDs and an award at a Ftench festival will not be charged admission to the for films by women. "Calling the films; an optional lunch will be Shots" is an acclaimed documentary available to them for $7. The deadby Janis Cole and Holly Dale about line for mail-in registrations has alwomen in the film industry. Clips ready passed. Registrations can be from films, including "Desperately made at the door the day of the proSeeking Susan," and "Dessert of tbe gram, but luncheon cannot be guarHeart," are mixed with interviews anteed. For further information, call with women directors, producers. 370-3180.

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The Detroit Film Theatre (DFT) of the Detroit Institute of Arts will present Chechoslovakian director Jiri Menzel's film, "Larks on a String," this coming weekend, from Friday through Sunday. Unseen anywhere for more than 21 years, this comedy/drama from the maker of "Closely Watched Trains" and "My Sweet Little Village" was made in 1968 and banned after Soviet tanks rumbled into Czechoslovakia. Set in a city near Prague in the 1959s, it tells of the romance between a man and a women sent to "re-education prison" for their political misdeeds. Dave Kehr of the Chicago Tribune said "Larks" was "surprisingly lighthearted and funny." J. Hoberman of "Premiere" said of Menzel that "none of his other films exhibit so severe a disjunction between the sweetness of the story and

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S U C C E S S SEMINAR Professional actress Pat Carozzo will lead a seminar for people from a variety of professions who would like to expand their flexibility in using their voice, body or face in communication. "Explore tbe Channels for Success Using your Voice, Face and Body" will take place 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 20 and 21 at the Radisson Hotel in Plymouth. Call Barb Jones for more information, 9815018.

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BALLROOM DANCING Tbe Southfild Cultural Arts Division of the Parks and Recreation Dept. is introducing a ballroom dancing class to run during May. Directed by Art Leonard and concentrating on the waltz, the class is designed for future wedding participants and their guests Classes will take place on five Friday evenings in May 8-9:30 p.m. on the lower level of the Parks, and Recreation Building, 26000 Evergreen Road in Southfieid. The five classes will cost $80 a couple. For information, call 354-4717.

TROY PLAYERS Troy Players will bold open auditions for Neil Simon's comedy, "Prisoner of Second Avenue" at 7 p.m. on April 2 and 3. Two men and four men are needed for tbe play. Auditions will take place at the Troy Community Center, 520 W Big Beaver Rd. Show dates are May 31 and June 1, 2, 7 and 8. For information, call 879-1285. • CIRCUS COMING The Royal Hanneford Circus returns to The Palace for nine shows Thursday, April 18, "to Sunday, April 21. Performances the circus are at 10.30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m Thursday and Fnday, April 18 and 19; at 10 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 30 p.m. Saturday, April 20. and 1 and 5 p.m. Sunday, April 21. Tickets are $12 and $8 reserved. and $5 general admission. They are on sale now at The Palace Box Office and all Ticketmaster outlets Tickets may also be charged by calling 645-6666 All tickets are

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$2 for tbe Thursday and Friday school a seniors matinees and are available through Tbe Palace Group Sales Department at 377-0100. Opening Night tickets are "Buy One-Get One Free." Groups of 10 or more receive $3 off, scout groups of 10 or luups U1 AW U1 more receive $4 off and children and under and seniorsad children 12 receive $2 off $12 and i 62 anckarfer $8 tickets Tor all shows except Thursday and Friday matinees. • IRISH DRAMA "Translations," Brian Friel's lyrical Irish drama, opens at tbe Bonstelle Theatre at 8 p.m. Friday, April 12, for a two-weekend run. Performances are at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and at 2 p.m. Sundays, through April 21. A special performance at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 14, is sponsored by the Ancient Order of Hibernians. Among those playing principal roles is James Killeen of Birmingham. Tickets can be purchased at the Wayne State University Theatre box office at the Hilberry Theatre for all regularly scheduled performances. The telephone number is 577-2960 For tickets to tbe

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C E N T U R Y 21 - C A S T E L L I Put a l t o w o r k for y o u Discuss the FREE t r a i n i n g for new, inexperienced individuals 8 the ong o i n g r v h o u s e i r a m m g tor t h e e x p e rienced sales p e r s o n 8 EARN M O R E C a l tor d e t a i l s 8 c o n f i d e n t i a l interview regarding 100% commission p r o g r a m C a l Jack Lucas or D o n C a s t e M for personal interview

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MANAGEMENT S75K pfcJS National company with offices m Troy. Grand Rapids 8 Taytor seeking quakty m o t i v a t e d P W » w h o can tram 8 manage s sales force A l •raining provided Benefits, perlormanoa. bonus 8 car s l o w a n c a after quMifytng C a l M o n t h r u F n 9am-5pm 981-2619

FURNITU^S.SALES - Full/Part Time Salaa p e r s o n e x p e r i e n c e d m seWng traditional and country furniture M u s t have s o m e B a c k g r o u n d m Int e r i o r d e s i g n B t o o m h s l d HWs a r e a Send reeume to Box 466 Observer 8 Eccentric Newspspers. 3 6 2 5 1 Schoolcraft Rd . Livonia. Michigan 48150

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LINEN 8 INDUSTRIAL SALES L o n g established g r o w t h c o m m u t e d L i n e n 8 I n d u s t r i a l fcenlal C o . * m | persona Proven success m m e n 0 Industrie! or r o u t e sasee. o r a i l e d fields a a d w r w e advantage Opportunity lor future advancement l o Marketing Manager Competitive salary 8 coiianiaaions ptoe a n att r a c t i v e b e n e f i t s p e c k e g e is o l t o r e d interested sales professionals s n o u l d s a n d t h e * r e s u m e to H u m a n Resource Dept P O B o . 420240 Pontiac. M i 40324

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A d v a n t a g e Award winning office has positions o p e n M e m b e r o f 5 B o a r d s of R e e l tors E x c e l e n i training 8 support Ask for Mr Anderson. 528-0920

W O R K IN DETROIT'S THEATRE Ostrict Jimmy S c h m i d t s restaur a n t , T r e e V i t a is l o o k i n g f o r • Busssrs • w a i t Staff - Host Persons A p p l y imn ip e r s o n b e t w e e n 3 a n d 5 p m 2 2 Q 3 1W o o d w a r d / F o x T h e a t r e

GENERAL MANAGER ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER H l # i v o l u m e full service r e s t a u r a n t w f t h d i n i n g 8 liquor looking for ex p e n e n c e d restaurant managers Excellent growth potential. 130.000/ y e a r * b e n e f i t s (Joor c h a m r e e t a u rant experience a plus Sand res u m e t o : C A Piefcarski. 2 0 6 5 W Big Beever R d . Troy. Ml 48064

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WAIT STAFF, two openings. Fn. S u n e v e n i n g s a l s o l u l tinvs c o m b i nation day a n d evening shifts May flower Hotel m Pfymoulh 453-1632

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CAN YOU SELL? Me 8 health agents High contracts 8 lead generation p r o g r a m Cm 473-6823

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FLOMST SALES i m m e d i a t e o p e n i n g s tor f u l l a n d p a r t - r i m s sales M u s t be available t o w o r k w e e k e n d s s n d day t i m e h o u r s If y o u h a v e g o o d c u s t o m e r s e r v i c e ak Wa a n d I o n e f l o w e r s , s l o p b y l o b e corwdered EngMh Gardens 4 FeSrlene F l o r i s t 6 3 7 0 O r c h a r d L a k e Roed. West B i o o m f i e l d N o Phons Inquiries

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WAIT STAFF E x p e r i e n c e d hW t i m e A p p l y w i t h m al Morels 30100 Telegraph. B k m m g h a m . between 2 - 5 p m daily

EXPERIENCED COOK Cell tor s p p o m t m e n t Royal Oak 541-2228

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WAIT P E R S O N Part time, experienced Apply person R J s Pub. 288 W Tienken. R o c h e s t e r HWs

D I S H W A S H E R , tua lime, day a n d e v e n i n g shifts Must have valid drivers license Mayflower Hotel m Ptymouth 453-1632

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Expanding local catalog/ear business W o M e x i c o Need motivated people with contacts m b o t h USA 8 M e x i c o seeking Hnancia by u a m g Spaflfah/EngNeh s p e a k i n g •kWa For m t o r m a t t o n c a r .

SHENANOOAH COUNTRY CLUB now hiring experienced U n a Cooks WW a l s o b e u s e d m s s u p e r v i s o r y role Seasonal, salary position Pleeae c a l (313)683-6363

D E P E N D A B L E dietary aide needed. 3-8 p m 7 days. * 4 60/hr Plymouth Court Nursing Center 455-0510

WORO PROCESSING secretary Multlmete preferred, cross training II n e e d e d I n l s r n s t i o n a l a d v e r t i s i n g sgency. J7 50/hr. Call Ruby at UNIFORCE 646-8500

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D E L I V E R Y 8 INSIDE H E L P N E E D E D Days and Evenings Appfy si person 3 3 5 2 3 West Eight Mile Livonia 471-6070 3 5 4 6 8 G r a n d River F a r m m g t o n HWs 471-3733

T H E LETTER WRITER - part t i m e Typing 7 0 - w p m , literacy on w o r d p e r f e c t a n d or m i c r o s o f t w o r d . Cal. 455-8892

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National f o o d Cham • seeking • f r i e n d l y d e p e n d a b l e p e r s o n to b s •he asa.slant manager m t h e n h o i o p e r a t i o n This c h a l e n g m g p o e m o n o n e r s you s g o o d competitive salary • commission On the i o b i r a m m g •s p r o v i d e d if i n t e r e s t e d . apply in p e r s o n . S u m m i t Place M a i .

C O O K - 4 nights/week Gnll experie n c e A p p l y m p a r s o n only, Satur1 0 a m - 1 l a m . al: Mlchno s C a t o . d a y . 10 2 5 5 2 4 \W 5 M i l e . R e d f o r d

SECRETARY T o t h e p r e s i d e n t of a u t o m o b i l e d e a l e r s h i p to h a n d l e all s e c r e t a r i a l d u ties Must be non s m o k i n g , wen org a n i z e d , self s t s r t e r WordPerfect 5.1 experience s plus! Resume a n d s a l a r y r e q u i r e m e n t s to: B o x 5 7 8 O b er 8 Eccentric Newspapers. 36251 Schoolcraft Rd.. Uvonia, Michigan 48150

S ECRETARY/EX PERIENCEO Ful/part time. Salary surata with experience Please send r e s u m e t o R o s k o 8 A s s o c i a t e s . Inc.. 26555 Evergreen. Suite 1513. S o u t h f i e i d . MJ 4 8 0 7 6

RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY tor s m s i l S o u t h f i e i d l a w o f f i c e Macintosh experience pretotTed 352-0838

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COOKS 8 GENERAL KITCHEN H E L P 8 D i s h w a s h e r s Day 8 N i g h t p o s i t i o n s available, fua t i m e Apply m p e r s o n b e t w e e n 9 a m - S p m Norm a n a E t o n Street, 245 S Eton. B * m t n g h a m . a s k tor J e f f o r D e r m

S E C R E T A R Y - Real E s t a t e M a n a g e ment Company needs experienced secretary with lypmg. f » n g a n d w o r d proceasing skills Legal experie n c e a pius> N o n s m o k i n g o f f i c e S e n d resume and cover letter w i t h salary requirements to: JFK. 1370 N o r t h O a k l a n d Blvd.. Suite 130 Walerford. M . . 48327

SECRETARY - experienced with die t a p h o n e , t y p e 5 0 w p m . WordPerfect Neat m appearance. S e n d reeume to: R o y a l O a k M e d i c a l C e n t e r , 5 1 3 0 CoolKJge H w y . Royal O a k . 48073. No phone cans

R E C E ° T l O N i S T / S E C R E T A R Y - talephone. clerical 8 bWmg skWs. Southfieid office. M o n . thru Fn. 8:30-5:30. 350-3733

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S E C R E T A R Y - P A R T T I M E F a r m m g t o n Sales office reqmree ex casern technical typing, spelling d i c t a p h o n e 8 t e l e p h o n e skills C o m puter experience a plus Flexible h o u r s 12-15 per w e e k A l s o r e q u i r e s v a c a t i o n c o v e r a g e l o r fuH t i m e p a r s o n S u b m i t l e t t e r 8 r e e u m a to: Box 5 W . Observer 8 Eccentric Newspapers. 36251 Schoolcraft Rd.. Livonia. Michigan 4 8 1 5 0

SECRETARY - Experienced, perman e n t . 12-20 hrs.. 9 - 5 p m . F o r s l o c k b r o k e r 12 r A 8 C r o o k s . W o r d p r o cessing. numbers oriented Casual dress 435-2900

RECEPTIONIST-PAHT TIME Must have typing skWs Send resumes t o C C M E . 33975 AUtry. Uvonia. Ml 48150

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SECRETARY Oetroit baaed financial maWutton h a s a n o p e n i n g for a ton t i m e h a r d w o r k i n g . self s t a r t i n g p e r s o n w / a c c u i a t e t y p i n g s k M s 8 w o r d processing experience (WordStar a + ) . P e r s o n s h o u l d h a v e Ih e a b W I y to l a k e o n venous reeponsibWUes 8 have a n excellent p h o n e menner Candidates have the potential tor a d v a n c e m e n t i n t h e f i n a n c i a l m duetry For consideration pleeae s e n d r e s u m e to. S e c r e t a r y . P O B o x 779. Oetroit. Ml 48231

SECRETARY - Dedicated professional l o provide secretarial 8 a d mlmstratlve support to H u m a n Resources Typing 8 PC skills essential ( W o r d P e r f e c t 5.1) S e n d r e s u m e box 550 Observer 8 Eccentric Newspapers, 36251 Schoolcraft Rd . Uvonia. Michigan 48150

RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY F u l l t i m e A p p l y In p e r s o n . 8 a m 3 : 3 0 p m . at: 2 1 4 7 M a r i e . W e s t l a n d 595-7200

L E G A L S E C R E T A R Y , full t i m e , exp e r i e n c e d . f t * i lawyer office. t a B * m i n g h a m . c o m p e t i t i v e salary 8 oerte h t s P l e a s e r e s p o n d «wth r e s u m e to Box 544 Observer 8 Eccentric Newspapers. 36251 Schoolcraft Rd , Livonia. Michigan 48150

PERSONNEL SYSTEMS

SECRETARY / B O O K K E E P E R Full c h a r g e , m a t u r e , t o r O u t d o o r Power Equipment Dealership sponsibivties mcfude: a c c o u n t s payable 8 receivable, payroll, typing, etc Competitive salary 8 benefits F a r m i n g t o n HWe A s k for M r W n n n at: 471-3743

RECEPTIONIST - EXPERIENCED O p e r a t o r for fast p a c e d g r o w i n g company. Competitive salary snd benefits Please c a l 927-8214

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C O O K - GRILL/SMOflT ORDER Experienced, d o w n t o w n Detroit Steady lunches 5 days 396-1584

E s t a b l i s h e d lew Nrm s e e k i n g e x p e r i e n c e d legal secretary Excellent benefits/tee paid

SECRETARY/BOOKKEEPER S e a s o n a l For busy t r e e c o m p a n y M u s t be aggressive, m o t i v a t e d w i t h computer knowledge (WordPerfect) G o o d benefits 437-9320

RECEPTIIONIST WANTED for F a r m i n g i o n HWs c o P B X p h o n e syst e m a n d light typing experience nece s s a r y FuH b e n e f i t s C a l J a n e f r o m 9 a m tn n o o n . Mon-Fri. 478-8759

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opportunities tor early neers with experience Delivery 8 Set-up Counter Sales Breaktaal Cook. Baker a n d Bua Person Apply m person Fbcherd 8 Reiss 2 7 3 P i e r c e St D o w n t o w n airrr„r.gn,lr.-

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S E C R E T A R Y A t t e n d i n g to c u s t o m e r s Is o u r job B u s y sales o f f i c e T e l e p h skills WordPerfect 8 Lotus experience preferred Excellent starting salary wfth review WW T r a i n Res u m e to: 300 N W o o d w a r d . S u i t e 250. Birmingham. M l 4 8 0 0 9

SOUTH FIELD L A W FIRM seeks receptionist 55 wpm., some word processing experience a n d professional t e l e p h o n e skllla r e q u i r e d 569-3191

LEGAL SECRETARY - U v o n i a Exp e r i e n c e d m WordPerfect, personal miury. general practice, organizational skills Joe 354-4490

LEGAL SECRETARY

SECRET ARY/Administrative Assistant. experienced, with g o o d organiz a t i o n a l s k i l l s 8 flexibility . n e e d e d tor multi-faceted real estate investment f i r m Must have M i c r o s o f t W o r d L o t u s 1-2-3 Please s e n d r e e u m e to: Personnel Director. 300 E M a p l e Rd . Suite 370. Birmingham. M l 40009

RAPIDLY G R O W I N G TROY BASED retail design firm seeking aggressive. mghfy o r g a n i z e d d e s i g n department secretary Responsibilities include set up a n d m a n a g e m e n t ol r e s o u r c e library, p h o t o Wes a n d art department supplies G o o d typing a n d p h o n e skWs a m u s t S e n d resume to Box 556 Obeerver 8 Eccentric Newspapers 38251 Schoolcraft Rd , Livonia, M i c h i g a n 4 8 1 5 0

L E G A L SECRETARY - Experience litigation. Birmingham, work for m a n a g i n g p a r t n e r , small, informal office, free parking 540-7680

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S E C R E T A R I A L P O S I T I O N - IS O p e n for a n individual p o s s e s s i n g g o o d communication and organizational s. t h e a b i l i t y t o s u p e r v i s e p r o j ects and work directly w i t h m a r it Computer experience required w e are a sound, expanding equipment supply a n d service f i r m l o o k i n g for an m d h n d u a l w h o c a n v i s u a l i z e e n d r e s u l t s a n d a s a i s l ve desk, cradanza. computai burgundy chair, lobby sofa table conference labia dusty ro Left and n g M h a n d r e t u r n K i m b a l l walnut aecret a n a l desks, c o m p u t e r I a!Mr_ cf^wrs

F I S H E R P L O W Package. 10 n.. good Kan 2 0 limes, a p p r o x $ yrs. o l d 9 3 7 - 0 6 6 0 . 313-6877 * £ 3

G o W . 0 l a m o n d . 6 Ga Watches Sterling Costume J a a a m

M O E R S O L L - Ci 1990. 12 HP. ueed 5 firs 44 In deck. $2500

ELECTRONIC SCALE Toledo 6430 J O H N DEERE l a w n tractor. 2 0 HP. $ ••Hydrauac w/acoop. 6 to capacity Waa $ 4 7 5 ft cut. 5 H M a d e , extras, m m i 650-8523

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M O W E R C R A F T S M A N ridsr. good length. • Queen Anne lags Aaking $400i/bast 566-9385 chains o n wheals Both KJhp. 2306 $200 each 537-2 I T S G O T T A GO* • 3 0 x 6 0 d e s k s f r o m $289 . S E A R S RIDING M o w e r . 7 h p p u i • 4 6 x 6 0 panels I r o m $79 s t a r t . 2 5 " exit G o o d c o n d i t i o n • S l a c k chairs f r o m $35 $250 • Phoenix w o r k s t a t i o n s t r a m $ 1999 C O R T RESALE CENTER S T I H L F S 8 1 brushcutlsr Southfieid 356-4303 U s e d 1 hour $ 3 0 0 28720 Troy

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TRAILER -_4xS. $475

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A M S T R A D P C MOOD O 6 4 0 K . c o l o r 326-2153 m o n i t o r , d u a l d a k d r i v e mouse, toy stick a n d start u p s o f t w s r s W E E D E A T E R - aXRSOA 1 7 " c v t . $600 464-624 i n c l u d e s g a s c a n 6 oM m i x . Ska new. $65 553-7421 A P P L E IIC w i t h c o l o r monitor. Rmegewriter II Printer. M o u s e 2 J o y W O N D E R I N G W h e r e lo gat Gravely Slacks, m a n u a l s , software o a l o r a . Tractors 6 Equipment? CaH u e at Hke n e w $799 4 7 6 - 1 2 4 3 W r i n n Industrial Equipment Gravely Tractors. Parts. Sales 6 Service A P P L E Ha * 2 T V S . PFS + 50 In Farmmgton HWs 471-3743 d a k programs s n d games CaN Pete after 5 p m 464-9341

718 Building Materials

A P P L E H G S c o m p u t e r with printer 1 m e g a b i t e of m e m o r y . 2 d a k d r i v e , A T T E N T I O N BUILDERS. c o l o r R G B m o n i t o r $1500 5 3 6 - 8 4 5 6 L A N D S C A P E R S 5 - 6 ft scotch pines Great for green belts A P P L E I m a g e W r n e r II S h e a r e d 6 c e r t i f i e d W h o l e * ale W i t h aheef feeder and I prices Slock bridge Area Good condition (517) 548-3187 559-5547 E N T I R E t r i m 8 3 d o o r s I r o m 1900 A P P L E M A C I N T O S H Plus C o m p u t e r e r a h o m e . $ 1 , 1 0 0 10 Interior d o o r s . with 2 0 M B h a r d d r i v e . I m a ^ w n i e r $ 1 5 e a c h CaN after 5 p m 355-5679 p r i n t e r 6 s o f t w a r e $1600 800K d o c drive $250 Lfcenew 647-9837 FREE V I R G I N FILL S A N 0 Y o u toed a n d haul C O M M O O O R E 6 4 C - d a k dnae. )oy s l i c k , b o x full of p r o g r a m s . $ 2 0 0 591 6656 G A R A G E D O O R 10x10. $250 NatC O M P A Q LTE l a p t o p . 20 m g h a r d u r a l g a s furnace. $ 1 0 0 d n v e . m o u s e , m o d e m , printer, s o f t - C a « 3 4 9 - 0 7 1 3 or 349-7955 w a r e $ 2 2 0 0 9 4 6 - 4 5 7 5 Or646-6232 3 folding doors. 6ft x 7". D E L L 366. 105 M e g a b y t e h a rd d riv e . 350 p i e c e s o n M a g o r c a isoie floor 3%, 5 % d i s k e t t e , t a p e b a c k - u p . U e . Hght g r e e n 533-5661 12x12 t a b l e t . 3 6 " p e n plotter T o t a l d e s i g n s t a t i o n $ 7 6 0 0 Arm Pleas 6 0 year o l d h a n d hewned b a m caa after 6 p m 623-047 b e a m s (for m a n lets, or d e c o r a Wont $ 9 per f o o t 243-6579 IBM L A P T O P W a r r a n t e e d $500 Can J i m WadeH. 356-8660

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T O P PRICES PAID 855-0053 L A D I E S c u s t o m designed m a r q u i s w e d d i n g r i n g $2*00. D i a m o n d isnms bracelet $475/beet 563-3265 M E N S 16K gold Rolax Oatofuat. mint condition. $3,900 Musi aaff Aak for John 9 a m - 5 p m

724 C A N O N T 8 0 . automatic toaaa exposure 6 wind. Z o o m Isnaaa 35-70. 70200 M m i . $ 1 2 5 M I N O L T A M A X X U M . 7000/70001. a u t o tocue. 35 m m . bodies, lane. Itaan A J K e n e w 961-5243 R C O H X R P with zoom, multl prog r a m . 3 5 m m . flaah. caaa 6 power grip Like n e w . $ 2 0 0 525-4125

726 Musical Instruments BABY G R A N D PIANO with bench, vary mce condition. $ 1 8 0 0 BABY G R A N D PIANO 4 l e a l 8 lochee. ebony, reconditioned. $ 1 8 0 0 . 622-7106 B A L D W I N P I A N O - Soad oek. 3 years old Like new $2500 652-7162 B A N J O - N o l e brand. 5 strings, good condition, at least 4 0 years old W e l taken care o l $ 5 0 0 421-4633 BEAUTIFUL Baby Grand Piano. Louta XV $ 3 5 0 0 Bast oflsr Must sea 288-0949 B E A U T I F U L HIGH G L O S S Baby G r a n d P M i o a Rafmiahed to sry F r o m $3496 delivery, tuning and warrsnty Mtchlngan imgen Piano Co. 546-2200 CHICKERING $600

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upright piano. 645-5187

C O N S O L E PIAfUOrf Very dark wood, with bench, tuning 8 moving $690 MICHIGAN PIANO C O S46-2200 G E M G 6 0 Electric Organ, with musi coder (casaette player I. fruitwood bench, barely ueed. $1650 469-8664

K I M B A L L B a b y G r a n d . French Provincial . c h a r r y w o o d . mmi c o n d i t i o n , $3500 752-6062

»OOL sand filter 24" arlth IBM P S 2 / 2 8 6 / O O S W o r k s 8 W i n d o w s , e x t e n d e d k e y - b a c k w a a h valve 6 1S»HP S t a - W e D u r a G l a s p u m p c o m p l e t e , plua e x b o a r d . V G A c o l o r monitor t r a s $ 4 0 0 3 5 6 2 410 $1,500 or b e s l 788-1184

B A L D W I N G R A N D P I A N O Modal L. 6 ft.. 3 m l . e b o n y Exceaent condition Must s e l . $9,800 652-8643

TOSHIBA T3100SX - lap top. mouse, p a d . r m c r o - s o f l w i n d o w aH b r a n d new. over new A s k i n g $ 2 5 0 0 486-0444

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720 Flowers-Plants Farm Produce

M X N electric guitar, caaa. G o r U a 3 0 watt a m p $150 453-3615 P E A R L 5 p i e c e d r u m set w i t h c r a s h $ high hat Naw $500 476-9355

ANTIQUE ESTEY B a b y Grand P i a n o , g o o d c o n d i t i o n , wining t o negotiate 433-3637 PIANO, concert upright $1250

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P I A N O , full size upright, i condition. Grand Piano s o u n d board $1000/beat 691-2514 P I A N O - Kimball studio upright 6 - t o years o l d Good condition Bast offer 420-0502

C O M M E R C I A L FREEZER, u p r i g h t all stainleaa shelves. 4ft. wide. 6ft KiMh -a —- n "y f >. 4 n O00p. e * C 6 W i o p e r a i i n g c o n d i t i o n $500 427-5678 C O M M E R C I A L r e f r i g e r a t o r s , (3k. M o d e l D L T 2 3 2 N U T , T r s d s a n . stainless s l e e i e x t e r i o r / i n t e r i o r . 2 d o o r C O M F O R T Lift C h a i r , power Bedlike n e w . m a k e offer Days. 4 7 6 - 7 6 6 7 s i d e S t a n d W h e e l c h a i r Walker After 4. 476-7774 N e w c o n d i t i o n C o u c h $49 6 4 6 - 1 1 3 3

PRETTY C O N S O L E PIANO, natural finish. Uke n e w . g o o d l o n e , w i t h b e n c h $9g5 6 4 6 - 0 9 6 7

717 Lawn, Garden, Farm, Snow Equip.

E L E C T R I C LIFT c h a i r , rust tweed. $ 3 0 0 G e n d r o n wheelchair. $200 F o l d i n g w a l k e r $10. D i a p e r s / b e d pads $10 464-1061

S E E B U R G organ, with 1 Leake speaker built in rythm section, besl ofter Fender R h o a d e electric piano - 6 6 k e y s Beat offer 477-9314

B O L E N S Tractor - I 6 h p . profeeaionafly rebuilt e n g i n e . 5 0 c u t t i n g d e c k , s n o w p l o w , Shams $ 1 5 0 0 9 3 7 - 0 7 3 3

E L E C T R I C LIFT B E D W i t h a t t a c h m e n t s 8 H o y a lift Exceaent C o n d i tion- $ 9 0 0 C a l . 689-2908

STEINWAY Grand Pano D u o A r t . n o p i a y e r . $4500

C O M M E R C I A L L A N O S C A P E Equipm e n t M o w e r s , e d g e r s . a n e d eaters, •era. r o t o t itters. m a c tools, i s n d s c a p e 6 c o n s t r u c t i o n trailers, cars, t r u c k s , o f f i c e e q i a p m a n l . o t h e r m a c p a r t s 8 e q u i p m e n t S. of 12 , W ofl N o r t h w e s t e r n H w y C o m e In o n Frank Im Rd to 2 6 3 3 7 Meitrott Soulhfield 354-3213

LIFT c h a w , u s e d t a n . Uke new. $ 4 5 0 646-1672

S T E I N W A Y . 1925. M o d e l L. super By o r i g i n a l i v o r y 8 e m b o n y keys, c o r r e c t Steimarsy f i n i s h 616-452-0963

721 Hoepital-Medical Equipment

DIXIE C H O P P E R , w o o d vac 6 assorted lawn maintenance equipment Excellent condition 471-5366

T . E . N . S U n i t . new. used 1 time, e x c e a e n t c o n d i t i o n . $ 6 5 0 or beat Offer. 531-0532 VISTA WHEELCHAIR with foot p e d s . Uke n a w $ 2 0 0 No m o t o r Caa Judy 7-9pm. 537-2125

V I D E O M O V C S VMS • $10 eech SETA 15000 a enema) - >7 each 4 1 5 3 Orchard LK R S . Orchard Lk

72f VCR, TV, Stereo, Hi-Fi, Tape Decks A L P W E C A R STEREO « 7 1 S S . a m / f m caeeette 6 A m p M e r a 3817. 4 78 - 6 1 3 1

A M E R I C A N E S K I M O Puppies

PIONEER STEREO

BEAGLE Fua brad female apeyed aa shots -1473

T W O S P E A K E R S - RT R Senee «. 13 In Deep 18 m wada. 44'-s in ragh. 020-M45 e . c e k e n l condition.

B E A G L E PUPPY Male. 11 weeks old $50 to good ma 255-6618

730 Sporting Goods

BRITTANY P U P S - A K C . $300 • .

WANTED 1 NordcTrack For S d a 1 D P Body Toner Rcwmo Machine 461-05M

D I A M O N D P E N D A N T tor I 4 3 c a r a t s . A p p r a i s e d s $1250 M A R K W a l k b e h i n d 46 ". S a s k i n g $ 5 0 0 M u s i sea' i d 12 h p B r i g g s l / C . M s n e w C a l l a f t e r 6 p m 624-8639 $ 1 , 7 5 0 A l s o . 5 x 6 l a n d s c a p e trsMer ESTATE JEWELRY! heavy d u t y . $ 8 5 0 475-3286 A t Very Reasona d i a m o n d soat aire K U B O T A L 1 7 5 . 17 H P t r a d o r 5 ft m d u d m g 2 d 356-8222 m o w e r 6 b l a d e , tow h r s . excellent r i n g 8 5 5 - 0 0 5 3 condition $5500 781-6387 FINE W A T C H E S Roles - Piaget - C a r t i e r - C o r u m - E b e l L A W N T R A C T O R - Bowlens X L I t . a n d o t h e r s 2 S S - 4 0 S Off Retain 42 snowblower 3 Made cutting 569- 2828 deck. $1,000 3 3 2 - 4 9 3 5 Me also e x c e p t t r a d e s EX

C O M P L E T E FREE - e l g h t g y m , 1000 lbs d weights bar bars and m o r s $ 4 7 5

ed c o l o r s

P I A N O , S p i n e t . Winter, with b e n c h . M a h o g a n y , g o o d c o n d i t i o n $350 476-5515 P L A Y E R P I A N O w i t h rolls. $ 1 7 0 0 879-9140

1926.

U P R I G H T PIANO G o o d condition. $350 or beef offer 537-6946 W U R U T Z E R C O N S O L E SPINET pia n o , e x c e a e n t . m e d i u m oak. $ 7 5 0 YAMAHA organ. 3rd keyboerd. P e a v y XRSOO w i t h SP-2 8 LaaMa 145 speakers $2,900 535-4453 Y A M A H A P I A N O , conaole. c h e r r y finish, p e r f e c t c o n d i t i o n . $ 1 7 0 0 781-8342

727 V ideo Games Tapes A Movies CLASSICAL RECORDS (L P s) w a n t e d G o o d c o n d i t i o n 921-5788

$200

G O L F Clubs- Pmg d yto. new custorn hat a d . $230 » aron Grsphits 450-2400 irons. $ 2 4 5 comptoto

• a Ciwieee O r w i a i m g . f m c k j t t n g greet E i g K a h •MM a p * * » r i and w l a i e n n m m m i nin aght « x * x w a OM kiaeh-

C O C K A T O O (GOFFINI. 9 months old Hand tamed $350 w i t h c a g e . 455-0667 C O C K E R L A B n e e r n ».gnrn1 home. Female 2 years o l d 937-3356

METIS G O L F C L U B S - bag. aroods. Hogan Irons. $ 6 5 644-7603

COCKER SPANIEL pups 14 w e e k s o M . c h a m p i o n sired, shots/wormed. $350 669-4546

NOVI O A K S G O L F & S P O R T S CENTER

COCKER SPANIEL registered Blond shots $100

Now open da*y Irom 10-7. weather permitting Leeaons available Paul M o r a n . P G A Prolsasional 4 6 6 4 4 12 M O a R d 346-0258

Puppy, AKC male puppy 531-5208

Odagon

game

tab*

6

4

474-1*40

BOAT W E L L S tor rent Orion $ 1 0 0 0 a service Marina Playground tor kids 1076 O O C K A O C - S U N * S W MARW4A Tired o» welting m ane el the launch ramp? If you're looking lor convenience 8 mora time o n the M t e r 6 lees on shore then G E T O U T OF DOOOE (Parky L e i us store your •Ms Summer W e currently available o n 2 lakes

HONOA 1966 S h a d o w 700 2 . 2 0 0 mdea. 2 Helmuts leather s a d d l e b e g s $ 3 0 0 0 or m a k e cater 2 6 1 - 4 6 9 4

BAJA 1967 - 18 It new $14,500 u e e d last year M m i 150 M a r c Baking $10.5O0 377-2059 BAYLINER. 1966 - 16 ft . C o b r a 125 h p . tow h r s . a i c e h e n ! c o n a t i o n $ 9 0 0 0 / b e s t offer 624-6319 B A Y L I N E R - 1 9 6 9 1950 C u d d y . 130 m b o e r d / o u t b o a r d , e x c e a e n t condition $8,900 453-2061 BOWRIOER 14 f o o l . 5 0 horsepoaaar. w i t h trsder a n d e x t r a s $ 1 7 0 0 595-4418

H O N O A 1968 S h a d o w 6 0 0 V Twin. 5 . 0 0 0 maas Pay b d a n c e or t a k e 532-2363 HONOA 750cxl C U S T O M . 1676 W i n d s h i e l d sissyber. 4 . 0 0 0 m . e x ceaent c o n d i t i o n $ 9 5 0 522-5796 H U R R I C A N E 800. 1967. 5 0 0 0 maea. $3,000 or best 562-0476 KAWASAKI-1 5,200 maea n $1,700

K A W A S A K I 1990 Z X 1 0 2 7 0 MHaa. Hke new W a r r a n t y $ 6 2 0 0 After 6 p m 726-5720

EASTER POOCH-E p u p s , a p r i c o t , red toy. A K C . $ 2 0 0 / $ 3 0 0 Mom $100 C o o i e y - U n i o n L a k e 3 6 0 - 2 4 3 1

C H R I S - C R A F T . 1973. 2 3 ft " g g e o tor f o h m g O n e o w n e r r e i v e d Many e x t r a s AS m A - i c o n d i t i o n $ 7 , 1 0 0 463-5444

S U Z U K I 1990 G S - 5 0 0 . o p t i o n s t a n * b r a . lairing, helmet, tow m e s s Hke n e w $3000 b e s l 453-4452

EASTER P U P S Alaskan Matamute A K C 6 w e e k s . f a t 6 healthy 522-6056

C H R Y S L E R R u n a b o u t 1974 1 5 V W a r d s d r o p trailer, s t e e r i n g 8 t e a t s windshield $950/beet 476-7591

S P A L D I N G registered t o u m e m e n i d u b s , stamlaae steal Irons. 2 - S W , woods 1-4. Macgregor bag. $ 1 7 5 647-3362

ELDERLY G E N T L E M A N tookmg for Springer Spaniel h o u s e b r o k e n tor comperuonship 676-7252

URGENTLY NEEDED HOCKEY CARDS

G E R M A N SHEPHEROS A K C A d u l t s Puppies C h a m p i o n S t u d Service Wsideslusi K i n e r t 474-3974

CL-11 SAILBOAT. 1967 board, sloop n g g e d . c u s t o m cover e car-fop. aaoaiani may b be 644-7751 $1300

S p e c i a l H o c k e y 8 BaaebeB c a r d s »0% o f f aaith t h a s d O p e n daily 10-6. d o e e d W e d . Sun 12-4

H I M A L A Y A N K I T T E N S CFA. shots. 6 months $300 Canton Evenings 961-0006

154 P i t t s St w W i n d s o r . O n t a r i o . N9A 5L4 519-252-6910

M a l e 8 female a s a o n s d c o l o r s 6 aaks o l d Absolutely A dJoror le'" 8 5 5 - 4 136

POOL TABLES AJI stale, a n t i q u e , ultra m o d e m , bar s o e Floor m o d a l d e m o s 399-7255 Evas.655-1314 S E A R S DUAL a c t i o n i Hke n e w C o s t $200. i e a $ 1 0 0 477-3134

bike.

Border City Coin

C R E S T L I N E R 1966 - 1 7 H ft o p e n b o w d e e p V. 9 0 m e r e , 3 2 h o u r s S h o n a n d r e Traitor. l o a d e d 5 7 4 - 0 4 6 5 C R E S T L I N E R 1976 - 15 ft 4 0 h p E v m r u d e . traitor e x c e a e n t condihon $1750 722-4121 D O R Z l 1 9 7 2 - 18 Ft 2 i 3. 3 5 1 / 2 7 0 horsepower New trailer $9500 Days 383-2272 Eves 671-6950

LABRADOR PUPPtES - AKC. OFA E B C O ' C A P R I 1978. 17" B o w r i d e r Yellow 8 black, s h o t s , w o r m e d I40hp I/O MerCruiser trailer. $150 Howell 5 1 7 - 5 4 6 - 0 0 4 4 . $3,500 356-4200

735 Wanted To Buy ALWAYS BUYING promotional m o d e l cars. kits, a u t o salaa literature 8 magazines 276-3629

LET THE C U T E EASTER B U N N Y b r i n g a c u i e C o c k e r Spaniel Many 0U« cotors $75 471-4769

F I B E R G L A S 16 T R l - H U L L 5 5 H P E v i n r u d e . trsaer. first $ 1 , 6 0 0 t a k e s 961-9273

B A S E B A L L , tootba*. h o c k e y , baak e t b a a c a r d s A n y spc M i a T o p e cash hW I I B t r sa v e l 4 7 7 - 2 5 6 0

LHASA APSO beautiful akc. non shed p u p p i e s s h o t s ' * vet c h e c k e d $225 753-9622

FISHING B O A T I S ' F i b e r g l a a M o t o r lar $750 A l s o P a m c o traitor $500 WW s e p a r a t e 356-4955

C O L L E C T O R W A N T S T o BUY M e c h a n i c a l or St a T o y B a n k s , o l d W a t c h e s . C o m or S t a m p Collsct i o n s CaR. 566-0464

L H A S A A P S O p u p p y 9 m o female, s p a y e d $ 100 t o g o o d h o m e 522 6 6 3 1 1.HASA A P S O p u p s A K C s h o t s , c h a m p i o n p e d i g r e e heeHh g u a r a n tee Dearborn Heights 563-4426

FOR C A S H $ $ $ _ _ S w o r d s . D a g g e r s . Flage. U n i f o r m s . M e t a n . E t c Jap ansae or G e r m a n W W I I Caa. 781-9267

LHASA APSOS beautiful AKC, non-shed puppies shots. Vei c h s c k s d $225 753-9622

L A N O S C A P E e q u i p m e n t . MK3. TIG. engine welder, outboard motor, shop machinery, 532-2280

MAINE C O O N C a t s 2 neutered male brothers Suppkes. shots. $50

P I N B A L L M A C H I N E S - any corxktton w « pay cash C m o n . d e a n out your baaamantt C a l Jkn . 6 2 6 - 7 7 9 7

MALTESE Easier beat Male pick of t h e H l e r A K C $ 5 0 0 542-4229

W A N T E D L A W N T r a c t o r ( n e e d not run>. s h o t g u n riRev, t o o l s , b r o k e n V C R . caa P a u l 421 -6273 used

baby

logger

W A N T E D • 10 m c h t a b l e s e w with iron table Livonia 464-6015

A D O R A B L E Kittens to g o o d homes 6 w i n o l d . m i x e d c o l o r s Osech 6 9 M M area 352-1797 A K C B O X E R - Female, e a r s not cupped 5 mos old housebroksr. $250 531-2607 or 532-0045 A K C C O L U E S . shots 6 w o r m e d g o o d w i t h c h i l d r e n S t u d service 722-6714 A K C G o l d e n Retriever p u p p i s a 2 females, one male A v a i l a b l e AprM 1 669-2194

DO YOU... Have so many un-needed items you don't know what to do? THEN CLASSIFIED IS THE PLACE FOR YOU. Classified will find a buyer ...for your bike, banjo, blender, bed, binoculars, boat, and leather coat...for your car, camper, clarinet, * couch, camera, cat and top hat...for your tent, typewriter, trumpet, T.V., table, tires, tools, and bar stools...for your stereo, saxophone, scooter, swingset, stove...

O RA NG E TABBY male bag m s u e personality

>

Long haired, neutered good 855-4136

PERSIAN C A T AKC. f l o r l o r t e shea color $ 1 2 5

yrs

old.

625-7346 P E R S I A N - Registered black l e m a l e w c o p p e r eyes, d e d a w e d 1 yr o l d M u s t sea d u e t o I irgies 56 4 7 - 5 4 3 6 PUPPIES 4 months lemale C a m t e r r i e r meie a p r i c o t Toy P o o d l e S h o t s $ 150 - $200 b e s l 534-9338 ROTTWEILER PUPPIES A K C r e g i s t e r e d shots, w o r m e d reasonably p r i c e d 437-7811 SCH N A U 2 E R S - M i n i a t u r e - A K C 4 Males M a c k , salt 8 pepper black $ silver Caa ' 425-7915 S H E P H E R D ' H U S K Y MIX P U P S 6 - 6 weeks old 3 m a l e s 3 females $50 n e g o t i a b l e After 6 p m 729-2341 SHIH-TZU PUPS ' M e d . people lovmg

AKC nome 573-7064

TO L O V I N G H O M E S - 4 cute a m e n s • v pay for s p a y m g ' i n r t i a l s h o t s 945-1543 TOY P O O O L E S - A K C . a p n c o l r e o $350 313-334-6634 T W O H a n d - F e d a f t e c « o n a i e goldc a p p e d C o n g e s with 18 a 30' cage $500 661-5773 -661-5226 TWO yr o l d Shav Tzu. p a p e r s m a l e n e g o t i a b l e Evenings 569-2541

FOUR W l N N S 1966 195 H o r i z o n Cuddy c a b m Loaded. i T O h p mere c o n d i t i o n L o t s ot e x t r a s $ 1 0 , 2 5 0 or b e s t offer Eves or leave m e e s e g e 487-5267

SEARAY 1967 2 1 f t c u d d y 2 0 5 h p trap t o s h o r e c o e s t g u a r d p e c k a g e fiat c a n v a s E 2 L o a d e r traaer $14 0 0 0 or beat oftor 360-1306

TERRfOR

3 Pel h o m e 726-5701

YELLOW L A B B e e u t a m wet b e 6 yrs OM N e e d s l o v m g h o m e Greet with t u t s To a g o o d h o m e 2 5 6 - 3 4 5 2 r O R k l E F E M A L E - Akc 9 w k s Short h o m e r e r i e d R e a d y t o b e •oved $ 4 2 5 563-4426

740 Pet Services A BETTER TRAINED DOG Oog obwdwnce trammg ciaaai 3 locations 532 6 7 6 3 ONLY

Y O U c a n save your OOG s

N f C H O L S VETERWIARY C L l M C • 12 V a n S o o v S rm W of W a y n e

744 Horeee, Lhreetocfc Equipment G O O O F R O A V SPECIAL

W A N T E D O l d m o t o i c y c l e s special interest or vintage E u r o p e e n 6 661-7992 Y A M A H A 1973 E n d u r e 3 6 0 2 smaa seels, very g o o d c o n d i t i o n . $375 / best ofter 347-4179 Y A M A H A 1963 V i r a g o 500, g o o d c o n d i t i o n $ 6 5 0 ' beat otter 473-7064

(©bsferijer & Eccentric

SEA RAY 1967 - 2 1 B 205 h p Hke new l o e d b d E - Z loeder treaer. $ 1 8 5 0 0 ' o t t e r s 841-4096 SEA RAY 1969 22 H P e c h e n g a red. 454 M e r c 3 3 0 h p 3 0 h r s M a i l s N p to s h o r e

522-7820

1966 y e e l

C A R A V A N 1990 SE M a c k cherry automatic. 'power steenng/brakea an. 7 peeaenger 6 cyknder s t e r e o Chrystor-Ptymouth 437-0797 456-6740 961-3171 $ 1 1 4 5 0

FOX HILLS

CHEVY S 1 0 - 1 9 6 6 4 x 4. 6 cyknder C H E V R O L E T 1966 conver w o n , « n 4 i p . a d 79.000 maas, l o o k s $ r u n s L o a d e d , w d u a l aa 8 h e e l 2 5 0 0 0 $12,700 421-8603 Hke new $6 000 b e e l 464-9590

B L A Z E R 197$ Power s l e e r m g braAea e u l o m a h c . $650 565-0187 B L A Z E R 1968 S 1 0 T e h o e r e d loede d exceaent c o n d i t i o n $6250 662-7416

toning s e r o u s s o u n d System $5 200. best C a a a n y t « n e 649 1932 B R O N C O II 1969 - L o a d e d low maas e x t e n d e d w a r r a n t y E i c e k e n l oondrtion $ 1 1 500 879-1222 B R O N C O 1966 11 p o w e r s l e e n n g / brakes aa automatic captains chairs, a s k i n g $ 6 6 0 0 291-4061

CHEVY 1978 - 6 cylinder i * e new CHEVY F U L L SIZE 1968 Conver •aon TV. V C R . very g o o d c o n d i t i o n custorncred. n o rual $ 4 9 0 0 / b e a t $13 000 9am-5pm d e y s 326-6220 e v e s 6 6 1 - 0 7 9 6 o a k interior 346-6202 Evas 346-0435 CHEVY 1965 "1 t o n t r u c k l o o k s CHEVY 1979 2 0 Sariea V8 ladder r u n s greet. 40.000 m l new n ban $ 3 9 0 0 bes: Eves 642-6954 582-7220 CHEVY 1969 S i o 5 s p e e d . 3 0 0 0 0 ira . bedkner stereo aspen blue, e x C H E V Y 1962i o n Van runa good ceaent c o n d n i o n . $5 500 476-2678 Price n e g o t i a b l e Caa after • l a m CHEVY 1960 S- t o low maea b e d 453-6737 k n e r . blue c a p $ 5 2 0 0 737-6679 C H E V Y - 1 9 6 5 C - » V8 automatic or 421-7 very g o o d c o n d n i o n runa exceaent DOOGE 1965 R A M 150 SE - 318 au- $2 950 624-1971 t o m a t i c . air cap. onfy $ 4 7 8 6 CHEVY 1966 A S T R O - a u t o m a t i c Mines Park L m c o k v M e r c u r y f d l p o w e r , a * . 7 pasaanoer g r e a t 453-2424 e x l 4 0 0 tor t o w n o r c o u n t r y F r o m $9996 355-1600 F O R O F - 2 5 0 P i c k - u p aafth p l o w V6 P A N I A N C H E V R O L E T e n g i n e automatic, power a t e a r n g CHEVY 1966 M a r k IM conversion a n d b r a k e s 17 500 maea $ i r , 9 6 6 14.000 m a e e l o a d e d $13,500 981-2947

CHEROKEE 1969 L i m n e d A» options e x t r s s i n c l u d e s s u n r o d eatended warranty mmt conditior mustsea $14,999. 852-4102

BLACKWELL

DOOGE-1971. B200 g o o d c o n d n i o n Runs g o o d L o t s d new p a r t s $750 626-7918

FORO 453-2663

FORO F-BOO 1969 d u m p . 215 h p dieeel. 2-5 speed tranarmaaion 7 y a r d b o x . tarp. w a r r a n t y . $36990 o i best ofter 227-4364 FORO R A N G E R - 1 9 6 6 XLT. Sharp 2 9 Mar 5 speed 31 0 0 0 maea $ 5 700 firm 853-6619 FORO. 1976 '1 t o n p i c k u p straight 6 3 speed , $ 5 0 0 or b e s t offer 722-0726

DOOGE

i 9 6 0 work van $500 h r m 421-1889

DOOGE 1966 C a r a v a n SE 7 p a s senger 2 6 « e r moat o p t i o n s «ery g o o d c o n d i t i o n After 8 p m 4 5 5 - 6 6 1 8 D O D G E 1986 • L o o k s a n d runs great' $2,266 MARK S AUTO o« G a r d e n Crty 427-3131 D O D G E . 1966 R A M 250 c u s t o m s t r e t c h c a r g o van Whrte d e a n a » 6 3 000 m . $ 5 200 647-7462

Imported CATS

A U O l - 1 9 6 6 4000S. a u t o m a t i c p o w er s t e e n n g / b r a k e a / s u n r o o f E x c e l lent c o n d i t i o n $ 5 5 0 0 689-3422 A U O l 4QOO 1967 O U A T T R O C S L o a d e d w h i t e w h i t e aaheert 6 bleck interior 4 Uoor exceaent c o n d i t i o n 74 0 0 0 nary m $ 6 0 0 0 647-6748

C H E W 1987 uam SIO 4x4 loeded e u t o m a t * e a c H a m cond>turn $6250'or best o f e r 645-5460 D A K O T A 1967 - 4 x 4 - o n g b e d aut o m a t i c V - 6 only $ 6 9 9 5

FOX HILLS Chryator-Plymouth 455-8740

814 Campers, Trailers

FORO 198: 1 XLT 87,000 m l crmae $3500

automatic a k cb. t a o e deck 453-1562

F O R O 1965 C l u b W a g o n . XL 1 o w n e r a u t o m a t * overdrive cass e t t e a l e r e o mt m a n y m o r e opt i o n s C l e a n l o o k s g o o d $5200 M o n - F n days 526-3020 F O R D 1966 fua s u e Van Express c o n v e r s i o n ven. low miiee. exceaent condition $6500 427-7020 F O R O 1966 C u M o m v a n Expreas 2 3 . 0 0 0 m a e a exceaent e p p d r u o n loeded $12,900 " 3 9 7 1848 G M C 1966 S l a r c r a f t conversion van l o e d e d . shoawoomi c o n d i t i o n inaato 6 out $ 5 9 9 5 683-3256 GMC 1967 S t a r c r a f l Converswm V a n 7 pa.aeniger 4 c a p i a a i s c h a a s F d t y L o a d e d ' A l a r m 49 000 maea Exceaent! $10,000 349-6156. G M C 1990 Satar, an 5 SLT. L T . 7 pea ear get tow msiaga. perlect 642-7471 G R A N O V O Y A G E R 1969 LE. V6. rytwer nerfeWM (Jual aar $ 1 2 , 5 0 0 A f t e r 5. wk e n d s 540-9604 G R A N D V O Y A G E R 1969 - A M F M s t e r e o a a . c r u e e . rear d d o g tat V6 with o v e r d r i v e exceaent c o n d i t i o n After 5 3 0 p m 546-4 138 UM NA m

DOOGE 1989 R A M C H A R G E R LE 4a 4 power l o c k s 8 w i n d o w s cruise tat o n r , $ 8 8 8 5

FOX HILLS

Cnryeier-Ptymouth 455-8740 961-3171 FORO R A N G E R STX 1990 super c a t 4 i 4 4 0 later e i t e n d e d warranty rust p r o o t o d loeded 14000 miles 1 1 3 5 0 0 b e s i 562-0476

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MAZDA. 1990 MX6LX 18.000 m l e a Blaze r e d loeded. exceaent c o n d i t i o n $10 6 0 0 Eaee 4 4 2 - 9 2 7 2

C E N T U R Y "1965 Automatic 4 cyl aider aar 130.000 m Motor r e - b u R at 7 0 . 0 0 0 Dnves Ska new Cleen $1350 531-2634

M A Z D A 6 2 6 1968 excellent c o n d i tion aa. c r m e s A M FM c e e a e n e n e w tirea. b r s a e a $ 6 9 0 0 545-9929

C E N T U R Y 1965 - W a o o n ex c o n d n n n t u . power 1 2 5 0 0 or beet oner Muatesa 471-1762

MERCEDES BENZ 1988 190E b l e c k neese or b u y out M a z d a 1965 R X 7 - G S . r e d B o t h are l o a d e d a n d 254-5677

CENTURY 1966 LIMITED - F , R power w a d e d . a c s s . n t u a i d R i o n $ 4 2 5 0 or beet Ottor 476-0525

M E R C E D E S 1962 3 6 0 S L c o n v e r t s b i e b r o w n 4 7 0 0 0 maea «ery s h a r p c a r ' $27,500 961-6451 M E R C E D E S 1963 300D t u r b o spver b k i e sunroc« fus power m o t w e p h o n e d e a n $ 9 9 9 5 256-5147 Evas 6 8 6 - 9 1 9 2 M E R C E D E S 1967 56« 35.000 n a europeen headlights p a c k a g e N e w tirea N d d r i v e n m wmter $36 000 Ca« b e t w e e n 9wn-5om ,. MERK J R 1968 XR4T, 5 s p e e d %ir W e t h « Meek b e a u t y $7 995 i r e s Perk L o c o a i M e r c u r y 4 5 3 - 2 4 2 4 ext 400 MiTSUBfiHi. a u t o an maea $6750

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M I T S U B I S H I 1965 Mighty M a c P « k - u p . a u t o n t o n c e x t r a d e a n tow maea $4990 PANiAN CHEVROLET 355-1600 M I T S U B I S H I 1963 4 door a j t o m a l K air g o o d C O n a t i o n $450 451-7262 M U S T A N G 1968 LX Corraerttole 5 0 e n g i n e a u t o m a t * loaded 26 0 0 0

P O R S C H E 1968 9 1 1 L - saver e x ceaent c o n d n i o n B u u p u n k t S t e r e o , $8500 Sieve 526-6300 546-1623 P O R S C H E 1968 944 T u r b o - Stock expaaent aaaesome s t o r e d w i n t e r s $17 900 852-4115 P O R S C H E 1967 944 interior 5 | condition Eaiendefl 19.000 m i $18 0 0 0

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L e S a b r e 1965 C u e l o m V6. loaded. e x o e H e m c o n d n i o n . m. 4 door naw tires $3500 455-9576 LE S A B R E . 1967 power windows 8 e a r A M - F M cas$ 5 5 0 0 '• Eves 3 5 6 - 7 4 4 2 LESABRE 1967 T-type loeded whale 4 d o o r . 2 5 0 0 0 m i s . c e k e n t b o u g h t n e w Off lot ai 1668 $ 8 , 5 0 0 or work 3 5 3 5 4 6 0 eat 3 6 977-7347 1968 w 57.000 rm ar $8150 REGAL 1961. g o o d I i r e s new i R E G A L 1963 u m t e d - aar * vinyl t o p 75 000 $2450

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(31») 9 6 1 - 1 9 5 6 ft 175 m e r e $ 3 5 0 0 f i r m J e « very d e e r $8650>oftor 7 0 * m p h immaculate With 101 0095 M a e p e 4, test offer 559-6251 COMBi-CAMP camper • k e new. ueed twice $ 1 7 5 0 FORO 1009 R A N G E R S. 7000 n a . 541-3693 I M P E R I A L B o w rider 1965. 1711 . 326-6541 1903 $5500 120 h p . i n b o a r d o u t b o a r d $5200 F O R D 1966 G e t a w a y 525-1390 s t o v e fridge, hush t o n a l , tots ol exFORO 1909 XLT- 4 m e w d n v e . tras. $ 12 0 0 0 or ofter 4 2 7 8 2 6 1 28 0 0 0 males. 33 b r a a Crsgsrs I M P E R I A L 1964 B o w r t d a r 1 9 ' * ft $ 9 9 9 5 ' besl 421-0482 Eagle traitor. 120 m b o e r d / o u t b o a r d New $5600 G r e a t family b o a t 6 6 9 - 3 3 1 5 H O M E T . 2 b e d r o o m traaer s k i r t i n g 8 B a t h r o o m e n d o e u r e M u s i F - 1 5 0 1968 - g o o d w o r k t r u c k g o o d sea Quick $5700 7 2 6 - 2 1 0 3 t r a n s p o r t a t i o n $4995 JET S K I For Sato - 1969 North Brothers Ford 421-1376 300SK. less t h a n 7 h o u r s o n m o t o r M A L L A R D S P R I N T E R . 1966 - 3 3 f t . Showroom quality " Must see Uke n e w . b u n k h o u a e awnings. $ 2 0 9 5 ' b e s t Caa D a v i d 646-6979 $ 9 0 0 0 Caa a f l e r 6 p m . 7 9 5 - 1 4 6 4 aar priced l o aa* at $ 10 295 North Brothers P d d 421-1376 JET W I N 0 S A I L B A O T - I 6 ' » ft P R O W L E R 16 FT Exceftent C o n d i 3 p e r s o n like new w i t h c a r t o p F - 2 5 0 1990 - orVy 1200 1 tion Swaps 6 Fu»y e q u i p p e d earner $500 399-9336 $ 1 8 0 0 Caa 7 2 2 - 0 0 1 5 last l o n g ' $ 1 0 , 2 6 5 North Brothers Ford JOHNSON MOTOR 1963 7 0 h p P R O W L E R 5TH W h e a l 1990 2 6 ' 1 Electric start controls battery ft aa o p t i o n s $ 1 3 , 2 0 0 i n c l u d e s G M C 1961 p i c k u p 6 cyl snort box. $ 1 7 5 0 Ca» 9 a m t o 5 p m 326-1106 h i t c h After 5 7 5 2 - 5 7 4 3 n e e d s rearmam. b o d y $ chassis are s d i d Best oftor 532-2363 JOHNSON OUTBOARD - 3 hor»e, RALEYE 1966 d u a l sar ewrwnge power r u n s g o o d $ 2 5 0 Ptoaae caa G M C 1985 SIERRA afler 5 p m 3 2 6 - 6 9 2 6 sleeps 6. fua b e d 2 0 . 0 7 6 a c t u a l m. . d r i v e w c a p l o a d e d exceaent c o n man condition $20,900 535-6111 d i t i o n $4800 729-2065 R E N K E N 1987 - 17'» ft b o e m d e r SIERRA T R A V E L T R A I L E R b y C o I M h p m e r e cruiser Alpane s t e r e o G M C 1987 SIERRA C L A S S I C , b r a 1969 26*1 air sleeps 7 excelan skis a n d e q u i p m e n t $ 6 5 0 0 or 4 5 5 - 7 2 7 4 t o n a u t o m a t * V8 stereo tut best ofter 7 2 8 - 0 1 1 2 lent c o n d i t i o n $ 6 750 s n a r p c a p 6 m o r e $7795 S O U T H W I N O 1969 Class A 3 0 n r a n k d n 1967 2 0 ft b o w r i d e r E2 sleeps 6 earning, g e n e r a t o r aa. PONT-.AC.GMC TRUCK loader traaer 165 h p m e r e cruiser many many extras Non-smoker Ptymouth 453-2500 M a n y extras, aery l o w h r s $ 8 0 0 0 A s k i n g $40,000 427-4&41 Ca« after 6 p m 476-5039 G M C . 1988 S I S . 5 STARCRAFT 1978 POP-UP great bednner $ 3 2 0 0 RINKER 1986 23 ft c u d 4 y c a b m Sleeps 8 ncioOes s t o v e 8 a w n i n g 175 h p l o a d e d Iraaar. Good condition $1 200 425-0766 $11800 522-6645 GMC C S m TRUCK C A M P E R T o p tor 7 ft b e d w S E A R A Y S e v M e 1964 16W c u d d y 2 side w i n d o w s t h a i o p e n 8 f r o n t A c a b m 140 M e r c - C r u n e r 1969 C o n - w i n d o w skdea o p e n 3 mo oid t i n e n t a l traaer exceaent c o n d n i o n ON S taeck $300 After 4 397-2826 G M C m a n y e x t r a s $ 9 0 0 0 beet 1 4 7 - 4 7 9 8 mm w WALDENWOOOS MEMBERSHIP S E A R A Y SXL. 1967. 2 1 ft bow A f f o r d a b l e , mua) sea ridea Oyster 8 b l u e d e c o r l o e d e d . 517-351-2121 am-fm radio'4 speakers dual beiMA DA B E l e n e s hardly u s e d -wry g o o d c o n d - W 1 N A B E G O 1879- 2 4 n ( n o n M a n y e x t r a s M u s t sea beet m e t sleeps 5. 80 000 m a e e very offer Caa eves n a u p m 6 6 1 - 6 6 7 4 g o o d c o n d i t i o n $10,000 553-2606 GARDEN C Y

VERY Tiny A K C v o r k i e ready for Easier Please cafater 4 PM 363-4505

WEST H I G H L A N D WHITE TERRIER Traaged p u p Femaae 3 n*>e . AKC. c h a m p ime 7 6 1 -4587

A S T R O C L 1665 7 , meat a $6,465 PONT I AC r G M C TRUCK Ptyanou». 4 6 3 - 2 5 0 0

GLASTRON/CARLSON CVX-16. 140 M e r c u r y . S S p r o p ski t o w traaer. e x c e l l e n t c o n d i t i o n $ 5 5 0 0 Days 5 2 4 - 3 7 5 3 eves 375-0203

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EX500 white, I e x t r a s M u s t seal 737-6638

S U Z U K I 1967 Intruder - TOOoe, b u r 9 u n d y , 1600 maea. Mke b r a n d n e w After 5 5ip m 336-6065

EASTER K I T T E N S 6 weeks. SOkd white o r b l a c k , also S i a m e s e $25$75 534-9336

TO A G O O D H O M E , b l a c k l a b 10 - t o e o k } h o u s e b r o k e n all shots, male After 4 595-3925

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HONOA 1967 - V F 7 0 0 M a g n a . Hke new. 300 maea. $ 3 5 0 0 o r b e e l otter days 478-4016 After 5 p m 422-6666

C 6 C . 3 3 ft . 1965. very d e a n g o o d sad i n v e n t o r y a n d e q u i p m e n t kst Family o w n e d 879-6506

P I N G I R O N SET. 3 - W . brand new. true aqukre groove d u b s $560 540-6919

S I B E R I A N H U S K Y Puppies 6 w k s first s h o t s blue eyee A K C 562-8007

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HONDA 1964 Nighthawk-S 700CC. black. 9 7 0 0 m a a s exceaent condition $ 2 1 0 0 Deytime 9 5 3 - 2 1 6 0

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R o w b o a t . 14 f! $500 $ 1 8 0 0 best B o t h wfth 477-66(7

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B R O N C O 1667. XLT. loaded tow C A R A V A N 1665 maas. e a r p h o n e . $ 1 0 , 5 0 0 4 5 5 - 0 2 2 1 HONOA. 1963 SILVER W I N G 6 8 0 g o o d shape 420-0506

HONOA 1964 S H A W D O W 5 0 0 I k n t condition, helmet included $950 or b e s l oiler 442 7264

ALUMINUM 14 ft 40 h p trsaer C a l .

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AERO G L A S S 16ft Evanrude 100 h p outboard New seats 6 carpet Greet c o n d i t i o n M u s i sea- $ 2 0 0 0 or beat Caa. 352-6607

ALL A U T O S 6 T R U C K S Junk wrecked, running Top Do6e E 6 M Auto P a n s 474-4425

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S U Z U K I 1966 I n t r u d e r 700, Hartoy emc a e l m g -966 Chevy p«-a t * 7 » Toyota S t a t i o n . a g o n OkJa T o r o n a d o .1 i n n L o a d s ca a q n o u e a n e r a Was wc SALE BY DIANNE

Bob Atorecht - 5 2 2 - 9 3 6 0

E X E R - C Y C L E BIKE - leiuxe 2 speed 47*^626 motor. $ 6 6 0 .

IBM L A P T O P 6 4 0 K . d u a l 720K diskettes e x t e r n a l CGA m o n i t o r $795 I B M P S / 2 m o d a l 3 0 - 2 6 6 / E 2 1 E S T H E R W I L U A M S 15x24 ft O v a l color VGA m o n i t o r . $2295. m o r e P o d Excellent C o n d i t i o n Ladder. available. 4 7 6 - 1 5 0 6 C l e a n e r . Flier, e t c Y o u m u s t $500. 456-2S36 IBM PSK - 3 0 / 2 8 6 . VGA color m o n i tor. 3.5 d i s k e t t e , mouse, aoftware. F L O A T A T I O N TANK - C o m p l e t e H P desk jet p r i n t e r , p o r t a b l e BOM s y s t e m , s t e r e o speakers, salt i n c l u d 852-1495 oak w o r k station. $2600. 745-24C-6 e d U k a new Best offer

M A C I N T O S H It c o m p u t e r . 4 M B Ram. 40 M B HO. 14 m color m o n i tor. m u s t sen. can Chria a l 3 70-0883

AKC I D A C H S H U N D S or S C H N A U Z E R S Champion Sired Puppies

Oriental Ruga. Furs 6 Q u a t y Furniture

G R A N D P I A N O , laght cream color, g o o d condition, moving, musi se«. $1000 626-6330

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o n l y 3 3 . 0 0 0 a c t u a l mOaa. $ 1 , 9 0 5

C A M A R O 1001 - V«. a u t o m a t i c . new v « vary g o o d c o n d i t i o n . S I 900 901-7221

B O B J E A N N O T T E PONTiAC 'GMC TRUCK Ptymouth. 453-2500

C A M A R O '90S • « cylinder. autom a u c , i-tope M M . d e a n , S7200 Oawd. 650-08G6

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G E O S P E C T R U M 1900- 5 spaed, c r u i s e , an. a n r t m . k m m a e e g e . aiceBent coodltioc. $5500. C M before 3pm. . 470-0772

C A V A L I E R 1900. a u t o m a t i c . 1 o w n e r air s t e r e o m M i n l c o n d i tion, n o f u e l 4 ' 6 6 0 . 522-7945

STORM 1990. GSl. Iu0y C A V A L I E R . 1007. R S - 2 d o o r . o r a y ; G E O q ru i p p e d , p a r t e d c o n d i t i o n m u m a r . t i r e a . $ 3 , 2 0 0• o 737-3022

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C A V A L I E R 1900- R a d . I b r a k e s / s t e e r i n g . $ 4 5 0 0 M u s t aa*. 255-2040

G E O 1990 P R I 2 M LSI - A u t o m a t i c , air p o w e r , t a p e . 0 5 0 0 m i . I k e n e w . G M Executive. $0500 079-0103

C A V A L I E R ' 9 0 0 A u t o m a t a , air c o n dition. ona owner. 27.000 m $4995

L O O K I N G FOR S M A L L A U T O M A T ICS priced $1,500 and below? Tyme has m a n y l o chooea Irom. 4 5 5 - 5 5 0 0

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ESCORT 1907 L W a g o n , automatic. M. 4 1 0 0 0 maaa. W H l l i l C O L T . 1900 - C x c M a n t G r a y . air;, c o n d n i o n . very clean. $ 3 5 0 0 / b a s t lereo casaette. 4 speed, low • h a r t * $3775 356-1534 ESCORT 1990'* GT - $ 6 9 9 0 D A Y T O NMA A ^1900 Shelby VILLAGE F O R O 33.000; COT 2 " 278-4700 $7905 I knee Perk Uwcokv Mercury E S C O R T . 1990 O T 453-2424 extSOO c a s s e t t e , o n e o w n e r $ 4% s r Hmes Perk Lincoln-Mercury D O O G E 0 0 0 . 1906. G r e a t c o n d i t i o n , 453-2434 ext 400 m a n y e x t r a s $1700/Baal offer C M 422-0004 ESCORT 1906H Pony drnon 40-S0mpg. 4 L A N C E R 1906 - 4 door, automatic, , , .« . a w a i M CA or 561*955 very clean $2900 4 7 0 - 9 3 9 0 K O U j i q w o an ESCORT I960 SPIRIT 1909 - M . cassette, cruise, condition. New t&ea. brakes, tat. rear t o g . 2 6 ooo maaa. exceaent shocks. U-rodS. $ 4 5 0 0 591-9310 • 7 9 0 0 . C M Craig OOMTOO ESCORT. 1909 G T . s m - f m stareo cassette, cnaea. t « . 2 3 . 0 0 0 maes. 868 F o r d m m i $6.300/negoltaMa. 522-1006 $2,500 or beat ShaBe,.

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L E B A R O N 1903 - 43.000 power windows & locks, exceaent condition. $2500/beet 455-3000

C H A L L E N G E R . 1971 - Fast car T o o m u c h t o M l $ 4 5 0 0 or best offer 250-9356 C H A R G E R 1903 S H E L B Y - 5 Spaed. 72.000- miles, good condition. •1000. 470-1506

C O L T 1962. r u n s o r e e t . 4 L e B A R O N 1990 C O N V E R T I B L E , a u - g o o d condition 50.000 tomatic. power, balancm e i l e s $ 6 5 0 or offer. o l 7 / 7 0 warranty, naw car financing L A N C E R E S 1907 A u t o m a t i c , a i r 10 t o c h o o s e I r o m . s t a r t i n g a t c o n d i t i o n , feether. M p o w e r . $ 5 4 9 5 $12,995

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ChryaMr-Pfymouth 455-0740 901-3171

455-2595

E S C O R T 1903 - slick, n o rust, runs & drives exceaent. $650 595-0107 E S C O R T - 1 9 0 3 4 d o o r , p o w e r steer •rvs & r a » e s . s t a ereo, manual transmission. 72.000« 459-0312 ESCORT 1963 - 4 speed, nice looki n g c a r . a i r . 0 3 , 0 0 0 rmfee. $5007tSsa». C M between 9-2:30. 937-J —

M U S T A N G G T 1999 C O N V E R T I B L E 50

E S C O R T 1904 G T . 2 d o o r . 4 s p e e d floor Shift. 72.000 m i e s . $ 1 0 0 0 645-0619

453-2693 M U S T A N G L X 1007. S M H cruise power locks, g o o d condition. $3 000 Leave m a s i s g i 435-6049 M U S T A N G . 1996. 2 p l u s 2 blue printed 2 9 9 / 3 5 1 W . healthy runner, low m l l s a g i . 4-5 spaed. 391 1 tree-lock. Shelby Nema. n e w inferior, naw radial tirea. p o o d c o n dition Extras Black on black $5500 525-2776

E S C O R T 1964 4 s p e e d , black, very lie. m a n y n e w p a r t s . s M . $1100. 522-4399 E S C O R T 1965 • automatic. 4 d o o r h a t c h b a c k , e x c e a e n t o n ggaaaa.. > 1 . 4 9 9 . T h i s o n e c o m e s w i t h M• t h e g a s y o u c a n uaa (or 3 days T Y M E A U T O 455-5506 E S C O R T 1965 L wagon. A u t o m a t i c , p o w e r steering I brakea. eferao. •1200. 462-9324 ESCORT 1 9 6 5 ' * New brakes, exh a u s t . rims. Urea, a m - h n c a s a e t t e stereo, exceaanf. (1995. 563-3394 ESCORT 1 9 B 5 > - 2 door, automatic. 1 o w n e r , excellent ( 2 6 0 0 . days. 326-6220 eves 961-0796

- "SubaruS Are Cheaper In Ann Arbor"

E S C O R T 1965- 4 i p a a d . a m / f m stereo. < 1 7 0 0 C M after 2 p m 624-6054

body wor*. M U S T A N G 1971 - nee 3 0 2 e n g m e . 4 7 . 0 0 0 a c t u a l rnlev 421-4448 r u n a g o o d , beat o n e r V6. a u t o m M MUSTANG '943 OL IC. 4 9 . 0 0 0 males. r» m t i r e a , r u n e 471-3144 greet. t B 0 0

M U S T A N G 1965 LX C o n v e r t i b l e , r e d / w h n e l o p . a u t o m a t i c , c r u i s a . air V-6. 3 8 mar. California car. original owner, m m t c o n d i t i o n , p r i c e reduced. $4,500 344-4457

EXP-1905. Sport M U S T A N G 1906 - G T c o n v e r t i b l e , w h i l e . 2 9 . 0 0 0 mHee. w i n t e r e d , l o a d ad. 5 speed $10,200 6494791

F A I R M O N T . 1990. S t a t i o n W a g o n 0 Cylinder automatic, g o o d condition, h j g M m l e e g e Ib u t v e r y n l l a t U . 471-7140 FESTTVA 1 9 6 8 L - P l u S . a i r . r e a r d e fog. A M / F M cassette. 4 spaad. 3 1 . 0 0 0 >p»sa. e * a s c a r . e x c e a e n t • 3 5 0 0 After 5pm. 349-1721

G R A N A D A 1977 - 3 0 2 V 9 . a u t o m a t i c . v a r y g o o d Dree, r u n s g o o d . $ 6 5 0 or bast J e f T a f t o r 7 p m . 937-6373

M U S T A N G . 1987, G T . c o n v e r t i b l e . •9.000 42.000 maei 525-1795 After 5 P M

L T O . 1976. l o a d e d . 4 d o o r , a s Is. runs but needs w o r k Dependable t r a n s p o r t a t i o n lor s h o r t d i s t a n c e s $ 3 7 5 or bast 592-6261

M U S T A N G 1987 G T - w h i l e , p r e y tertor bleck B B S r i m s . 35.006 mil M l y l o e d e d . air. t i n t e d w i n d o w * , S6.600or b e d 595-7126

Wagon, i der. meny option*, s x t M e n l corxkt ion. $3100 b e s t days. 326-6220 avas. 661-0796

1987. L X a u t o m a t i c , MUSTANG s t e e r i n g « b r a k e * , ak. VS. , mini u r > * v dy. aiceaenl condition 20 0 0 0 meee. 4 1 3 J S 0 0 - 474-7191

PONTIAC

C E L I C A 1 9 4 7 O T - u n e a c * gray auto, aw New 4 1 4 . 4 0 0 . aarnng 14500 Ca«-541-7034

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brakea. d e e r n i n e 4 d r w e e lent 6 2 . 0 0 0 mdea. 4 2 6 5 0 5 4 6 - 0 1 4 7

G R A N O A M . 1964 S E V - 4 . r e d 4 door, anoaaeru o o n d W o n 43.500 450-1444

C A L A I S 1946 . 4 d o o r a u t o A a d c a m n n n . a l e r e o tape, o r u a e . n t condition. 4 5 2 0 0 9 9 5 - 2 7 7 3 CIERA 19ft . l e e r m q / P r a M e . aunrool. anoadant an. 42995 953-0943

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alereo 5 >e m a d a i 631-7581

H O R I Z O N 1947 - rune g o o d 4 2 5 0 0 29-1-7121 L A S E R R S ' 9 9 0 black 5 a p e e d low maaa. a x v a d e a n 4 9 4 0 0 or b e e t ofter 547-4445 LASER ' 9 9 0 R S T t r b o m m t c o n d i tion alarm M l y l o a d e d 3 2 0 0 m l a a r t t o e c o n t r a c t after 6 p m 6 7 4 2 0 5 2 1946

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T U M S M O 1443. new d M c f t M a a . m j f l l e r C l e e n 75 0 0 0 m a a e 4 1 5 0 0 or beet after 937-3532 VOLARE ' 4 7 6 4 door 6 cyander •meuc g o o d ciondMior oreen 4 7 0 0 Jak anm 7 p m 9 3 7 - S 3 7 3 V O L A R E 1 4 7 4 4 cyl 34 0 0 0 m i . i goodoondann 4750

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BOB JEANNOTTE

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Automatic Transmission. Custom Wheels, Air Conditioning, AM/FM Stereo Cassette.

T O Y O T A 1442. 2 door l a t c v b a c * traneponelion new u n M or beat oHer eat 427-4i"

G A R D E N CITY

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LEASE FOR ONLY

1990 OTI

T R A N S A M 1909 - V 4 1-tope power aendowt 4 l o c k * M l . c n a a e caaa e n e r e d 4 aa*r 49995

P O N T I A C / G M C TRUCK Plymouth. 453-2500

C U T L A S S 1946 C i e r e i n t e r n a t i o n a l 2 door 6 cyknder Loaded* Excellent condition 3 1 . 0 0 0 m a a a 4 6 3 0 0 CM. 241-6207

a l u m i n u m

# 1 0 7 8 1 .

P 0 M T 1 A C / G M C TRUCK PtymouM. < 5 3 - 2 5 0 0 SUNBMO

C U T L A S S S U P R E M E . 1944 B r o u o h e m - V 6 engine, exceaent c o n d i tion. immecutateiy d e e n M u e t a e e C M 464-3442

A M / F M

r e a r

BOB JEANNOTTE

C U T L A S S C I E R A 1945 Brougham, learner, w a d e d 4 4 6 6 0

Sale Price * 4 9 9 5

Lincoln

BRAND NEW '91 DODGE B250 VAN CONVERSION

S T A N Z A 1947 O X E - Air m o o n r o o l . aBoya. l o a d e d 43.000 irdaa. EacaBant o o n d n o n 4 S 4 - 5 6 S 0

Blecu moorvar 4 4 9 0 724-1447

BOB JEANNOTTE

OONTIAC/QMC TRUCK Ptymoum. 4 5 3 - 2 5 0 0 ,

S E N T R A 1900 X E • 2 d o o r , a u t o metlc m. M a r e o 1 3 0 0 mt. u n d e r Barrenly S7500 4 2 4 - 0 4 4 2 9 4 1 - 4 3 6 1

1479

G R A N O P R I X 1 9 4 9 L E - Air. V « power M n d o w a 4 locka. W . crulee d w n l n u m eUaal.. 4 more 44995

3 t o cNooee.

BOB JEANNOTTE —

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P o w e r Air,

auto-

T M U N D E R B I R D 1900 T u r b o C o u p e a u t o m a t i c , loaded bteck $4900

•7.000

'91 1991 GMC S-JIMMY 4x4 DICK SCOTT USED CARS GRAND AM 2 DR.

excellent werranty 349-4310

T H U N O E R B I R D 1900 - V - 0 a u t o m a t i c . d u a l power t e a t s power wind o w s & locks $0795 N o r t h Brothers Ford 421-1370

T O P A Z 1949 L T S 27.000

B U I C K

30500 Plymouth Road • Livonia

'90 LEMANS LE SEDAN

T M U N D E R B I R D 1903 T u r b o C o u p e P o w e r w i n d o w s , l o c k s , wm. c r u i s e 5 s p e e d Under average maea Celt. 201-2027

V-0

G R A N O A M LE C O U P E S . 1 9 8 9 a u -

C U T L A S S C I E R A 1946 B r o u g h a m , loaded. M J O O maee. 1 o w n e r - * k x v Oa car 4 4 5 0 0 449-6739

R I V I E R A

G R A N O PROt.

S U P R A 1446 d e r * M u e / a M v w . w 7 0 OOO m m u x aon. l o a d e d 44.260 D a y * 3 6 4 - 7 0 V *

PONTIAC/Q64C TRUCK Plymouth 4 6 3 - 2 5 0 0

G R A N O A M 1990 LE Ouad-4 e v l. l o a d e d vary d e a n . 1 1 . 0 0 0 •a. O M e x e c 4 4 4 7 5 474-3071

PONT I A C / O M C T R U C K Plymouth. 4 5 3 - 2 5 0 0

5

9

8 0 0 0

T E M P O 1991 - 3 t o c h o o s e , eutomatlc, an power windows & locks, save $ over n o w $9395 North Brothers f o r d 421-1370

THUNOERSIRD 1999 c o n d i t i o n . tu»y l o a d e d $ 9 4 9 9 Caa M a r k

LTS •crMlo 664-1444

C U S T O M C L A S S I C 1974 W a g o n S t e r e o w t t i C 8 M l power L o o k . 4 rune greet 1 7 5 0 5.900 553-2952

MAROotS.

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T E M P O 1907 G L S p o r t 4 d o o r . ak. 5 s p e e d , aa p o w e r . A M / F M cassette M u s t sen 390-0743

BLACKWELL

DKJK S C O T T U S E D C A R S OAROENCITV

533-0724

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PROBE 1990 GT - b l a c k / g r a y mterto r . l o e d e d . r u s t p r o•ooffe d $ 1 2 S too 549-9167 days. 323-9332

LS.

COROLLA

1447 - O T

o u r * r alarm, d e r a r e d 14.000

T O P A Z . 1064. . L S - L o a d e d . 5 speed, sunrool new drive train, new tires 6 struts $2000 h r m 422-2060

C O U G A R 1 9 0 4 - Ex.

Loaded

Looks

S A B L E 190rf W a o o $7000 Ca« Chuck at

R E G A L

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C O U O A R 148! • l o a d e d , n a w a r e e . braaae. runa a i cedent. 43000 o r b e e t oRer 444-9674

H T 7 44 0 0 0 m a e e . $1000 362-0134

8 7 4

interior TOWH CAR

COUOAR

1960

476-6674 TOWN COUPE

T O W N CAB ' 9 8 2 jgnetura Senee 6 0 . 0 0 0 maea o u t . l i x l i r v g c o n d i t i o n L o a d e d 43400 aha 5 p m 464-9407 T O W N C A R 1944 -

MOO $10,900 3 (

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4 7 8 - 8 5 5 5 L O C A L 4 5 3 - 4 6 0 ( W T * O

R o a d

9 3 6 - 3 0 2 5 .

421-1379

T A U R U S 1990 S H O b l a c k , l e a t h e r m o o n r o o f . CD player M opnona, lady d r i v e n . $ 18.000 M0-1042

Hum blue

brake*, low m i l e * • d e Price: S7799

greet fem-

' 1 2 , 9 9 5 CHOOSE NOW f i « 7 ^ 25 Others at ™°m « 1 5 , 6 9 9 V I ! Similar Savings M U S T SEE TO BELIEVE Factory air. power windows. door locks, cruise, tilt, cassette. 4 captain chairs. day-nite shades, first aid kit. 11' »> mats, vacuum system, cup holders, aluminum wheels. running boards. V8 engine. luggage rack, bi-told seat.

21999 Farmington Road Farmington Hills fm toum et Hn M*

P R O G R A M R

T A U R U S 1989 W A G O N l y value lor only $6995 North Brother. Ford

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• N e w vehicle cosl schedules so y o u can n e g o t i a t e ydur b e s t d e a l f r o m p e a let cost up instead ot sticker price d o w n

' 8 8 CAPRICE CLASSIC BROUGHAM F

T A U R U S 1989 L - a u t o m a t * . M . cruise, stereo, non-smoker ahanj. •6200/best 522-1140

M A R K VH 1946 O e a r n e r e d m o n loaded J B L A u t a o deen. 70.000ml 940-0724 M u e t a M 4 1 0 . OOO

CAR

COUOAR

1664 L S - 0 0 . l o a d e d . o o n e u o n . needa I g M mawork $2900 best days. evee 601-0790

SALE ENDS FRIDAY MARCH 29th 6:00 P.M,

• Expert U s e d C a r Reconditioning A d W c e

C A R S

Dark

591-0971

T A U R U S 1999 G L 4 door. V t , 3.9 engme. many options b e e u W U condttion Owner 1 0 1 0 0 / b e s l days. 326-6220 eves 6 6 1 - 0 7 9 9

1969 G L

BRAND NEW '91 DODGE B250 127" WHEELBASE VAN CONVERSION >> BY MARK III

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COUOAR

1991 LUXURY VAN FOR 1990 PRICES

• Financing & Leasing C o n s u l t a t i o n

'85 REGAL COUPES

casaette.

1999 G L

T A U R U S . 1999 S H O C r a n b e r r y red. e * n r o o i : leather exceaent condition $11,500 C M Sam at 261-7970

4

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'88 CHEVY SILVERADO

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PROBE. 1909. G L • A u t o m e t l c , sunroof. cnilea. c a s s e t t e 33 0 0 0 m l Recently detailed $7,200 4 2 7 - 0 7 9 3

H O T U N E

WORLD WIDE

85 S U B A R U CL

2 t o choose, fully loaded

'88 TAURUS

j

P r i c e d f o r q u i c k sale.

5

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20,858

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•90 C A R A V A H

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extra d e a n , only 2 0 . 0 0 0 miles.

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1989 Plymouth Horizon

3 0 7 7 7

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300

C O U R T E O U S .

I * $ 1 5 9 p a r m o n t h o r l e e s . 0 0 m o . financing a t 1 0 S * A P R w i t h l • 4 0 0 d o w n s O l a p p r o v e d credrt 7 Year. 7 0 . 0 0 0 Mrie W a r r a n t y |

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$

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C O N T I N E N T A L 1907 • N a w Urea, b a t t e r y . Brakea. m a l a J S L . W e r n e r gorgeous. $0450/beat 306-0077

C R E D I T , B A D CREDIT. G O O D C R E D I T .

DETROIT'S

T A U R U S 1998blue. M p o w a r w M m a m t a i n e d . v e r y d e a n In 6 out Wives car $3,000 maaa. $5996. 464-6790

YES!! 1500 N E W .

1989 Sundances & Shadows

!

M U S T A N G 1990. LX. l o a d e d 2 6 . 0 0 0 • 11.200

• 7 2

Lincoln

Y o u C a n B u y A n A f f o r d a b l e C a r or T r u c k F r o m T h s

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T O W N CAM 1900 Wether. 3 1 . 0 0 0 won. burgundy. E M * 10.000 alter 7pm. W W O

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MUSTANG 1990 L X c o n v e r t i b l e . 2.3L. 5 ( p e e d . air. p o w e r steering, brakes, windows, excellent condi730-0949

-Area's Finest N e w

1990 Shadows & Sundances

ANN ARBOR SUBARU 4 2 5 5

SALE!!

Look what5 1 5 9 or less a month buys you!

S e l e c t i o n

W I L L

A N Y

$ 0

M U S T A N G 1967 - G T . 4 2 . 0 0 0 new t l r e a / b r M e s . loaded, great c o n dition. $7,500 455-1931 M U S T A N G . 1967. G T . 3 4 . 0 0 0 m a a s . good condition Sunroof ak. e x t r a * 1 o w n e r female 3 4 9 - 4 6 7 2 o r w o r k 346-6900. Ext. 24

CONSTRUCTION

L o w e s t

• P l u s t a x . title & d S B L . s a f e t y i n s p e c t i o n S O d n . t o q u a l i f i e d b u y e r . 6 0 m o . f i n . (« 1 2 . 2 5 % A P R

M U S T A N G I960. 6 6 . 0 0 0 ml., air •peed, sunroof, power door locks, crulee. $2000 4B3-9556

FESTIVA 1968 L F 1 owner. 34.000 condition $3500.

mo. • »

M U S T A N G . 1996. L X - V 6 a u t o m a t Ic. air. naw tires/battery/paint. $ 4 0 0 0 or best offer 564-7530

MUSTANG I960 LX. S crulaa. axceaent c o n d i t i o n . $ 5 5 0 0 459-3933

REB) U Ti

CONTINENTAL 1900 LSC with m o o n r o d . »ght g r e y . 4 4 . 0 0 0 tnftee. $ 1 4 , 0 0 0 or beat oftar

172

MUSTANG 1 9 0 B H Convertible $14,000

BLACKWELL torn

E X P . 1907 S p o r t C o u p e , l o e d e d . new Ivee-txafcaa. exceaent condition. 50.000 maes. $ 3 , 7 5 0 201-1244

06.000 420-0499

M U S T A N G . 1990 O T . white, automatic. loaded. M warranties. 3.900 mHee. sunroof, stored winter $13.500/beet offer 722-0726

26.000 maas. Whne w i t h r e d trlrr $13,906

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Cliff-hanger P l y m o u t h S a l e m a t h l e t e Cliff L e e h a n g s in t h e a i r m o m e n t a r i l y a f t e r c l e a r i n g t h e h i g h j u m p b a r in a m e e t l a s t y e a r . L e e , a s e n i o r , is o n e of s e v e r a l q u a l i t y h i g h j u m p e r s f o r t h e R o c k s ,

w h o e x p e c t it t o b e a s o l i d e v e n t f o r t h e m a n d a n t i c i p a t e a s u c c e s s f u l s e a s o n . S e e s t o r y o n P a g e 3D.

T H E ' E N D of the season is not something Pye or Beaufait is dwelling upon. They have two common goals — extend the season as far as possible, ahd end it with a victory. Problem is, there a r e three other teams with the same aim. But with both University of Michigan and top-ranked Lake Superior State eliminated, NMU — which was rated second in the last NCAA poll — must be considered the favorite, even if the team's players don't agree "When it comes down to the Final Four. I don't think there is a favorite or underdog." insisted Pye. Beaufait echoed those thoughts: "All tbe teams a r e good. Anyone can win i t " Both players will have to produce for the Wildcats to succeed in capturing the school's first-ever NCAA title. Pye. in particular, will be in the hot seat; goalies always are. "Goaltenders win championships.'' he said And senior goalies a r e depended upon even more.

Head, Lady Vols expect success By C J . Risak staff writer

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Success is a relative concept. Winning more than losing is enough for some teams; for others, anything less than a national title isn't enough This season's Nevada-Las Vegas' basketball team is a p r i m e example. So is Tennessee's. That's Tennessee's women's basketball t e a m , which will be appearing in the NCAA Final Four for the fifth t i m e in tbe last six years this weekend in New Orleans. Included in that run a r e two NCAA championships. Dena Head, a junior f r o m Canton (Salem HS), re-( members the second one. Head start* ed at point guard as a f r e s h m a n when the Lady Volunteers beat Auburn for the title in 1989. That tradition is what lured Peggy Evans, the 1989 Miss Basketball and

basketball a Detroit Country Day graduate, to Tennessee. Like Head (another former Miss Basketball). Evans has contributed greatly as a freshman. She is hoping her f i r s t year at Tennessee ends as successfully. Certainly, E v a n s first year of college basketball w a s difficult to anticipate. "I probably played more defense the first day of practice here than I did in four y e a r s of high school." she said. SHE ALSO learned very quickly that to play for coach P a t Summitt, she'd have to keep playing a lot of defense. "Our team really focuses on defense," said Evans. "The people

Wildcats go extra mile to win AAU state crown By Steve KowaleM staff writer The Western-Wayne Wildcats found out what it's like to reaUy work overtime Sunday in the Under16 girls basketball AAU state tournament. After losing in overtime. 61-59, late Sunday morning to the Michigan Defenders, tbe Wildcats went on to win three more games within the next six hours and capture the state AAU championship a t . Plymouth Canton. The title earned the Wildcats a berth in the national tournament, scheduled for June 28-July 6 in Johnson City, Tenn Coach Fred Thomann's team deserves the time off. The Wildcats were 7-1 throughout the three-day tournament. "This team did not fold at all and was very resilient (after losing the first game Sunday in the doubleelimination tournament)," Thomann said. They did a great job putting that loss behind them and going on to the next game. At that point and time in the tournament it becomes a game of who's got the best conditioned players and the where-withall to play in adverse conditions Four games in eight hours is tough " Livonia Franklin's, star junior guard Dawn Warner and Flint Powers' center Lisa Negri sparked the Wildcats' Sunday rally. After losing the overtime game to the Michigan Defenders, the Wildcats ousted the defending-champion Brick-City Bombers, 64-53, to reach the final round against (none other than) the

girls basketball NEGRI SCORED 19 points and Warner 16 as tbe Wildcats handed the Defenders their first d e f e a t . 5545. In the tourney's final game, the Wildcats jumped out to a five-point ha If time lead and behind Negri's 19 points, defeated the Defenders. 5951. Warner's most-impressive g a m e might have come Saturday when she scored 21 in • 63-54 win over "her former teammates, the Brick-City Bombers Other Observerland players who excelled for the Wildcats included Salem's Darcie Miller. Franklin's Patty Shea. Canton s Julie Nicastri and Farmington Hills Mercy's Mary Bieniewicz "(Warner and Negri) a r e awfully good, and t h e other thing is w e had good balance from other people." Thomann said. "Nicastri didn't score a lot, but did a lot of other things nicely, like keeping the ball alive on the glass, playing defense Miller made some Mg free throws and rebounded real well." The weekend, which also Included the IS-Under championships, about 600 to 1,0*0 fans for the end at the three sites (Salem. Plymouth Canton and Northville), Tho-

'jl'm already looking forward to next weejc (April 5-7 when Salem. Canton, Northville and Mercy host the 13-Under. 12-Under and 11-Under championships)," Thomann said. THE 16-UNDER championship was won by the Michigan Defenders, a team coached by West Bloomfield's Ronna Greenberg. The Defenders cruised through the tourney with no losses in six g a m e s After winning the opener Fnday night over the Oakland County Lady Knights. 92-66. the Defenders won their next five g a m e s by an average of 21.6 poin ts Six players averaged in double figures for the Defenders, including North Farmington guard Eve Claar, who scored at an 11.0 clip Claar scored 19 in a 90-65 win Sunday over the Michigan Royals when the Defenders clinched the title. Tbe Defenders alao a r e scheduled to play in the national tourney. June 28-July 6 at Johnsoo City, Tenn. "Eve Claar had a very, very good weekend and was real consistent," Greenberg said Claar was the first guard off the bench, playing behind this year's Miss Basketball, Markita Aldridge (Detroit King), and next year's leading candidate for the award. Tannisha Stevens (Mount Clemens) West Bioomfield guard Amira Danforth. who missed her senior year with a severe knee injury, played four minutes over the weekend and is eligible to play in the national tournament Livonia Ladywood players Rebecca WUley and Leslie Catanarite also contributed

who play the best defense will probably play the most." It is a philosophy Evans endorses completely. "I just think P a t is one of the best coaches around If you work hard and show her what you can do, she'll give you a chance. She's very fair." Evans was convinced of that early. She got into Tennessee's seasonopener against Stanford, the defending NCAA champion, and responded by scoring 20 points. For tbe year. Evans has averaged 8.5 points and 5.7 rebounds while playing 19.2 minutes a game. She has started nine times. Of course. Evans would love to repeat that performance Saturday, when the Lady Vols meet Stanford again in the NCAA semifinals. It's the third time this season the two teams will clash; Tennessee won the

A SHARPER Pye will be necessary this weekend. In last weekend's sweep of Alaska-Anchorage, the offense was unstoppable, scoring 13 goals in the two games. But the defense surrendered five goals in the

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ETHAL WEAPONS. No, not Mel Gibson or Danny Glover, but tbe 199091 All-Observer hockey team. This year's squad is pretty potent. State-ranked Redford Catholic Central, a Class A regional finalist with a 15-7-1 overall record, leads the pack with three first-teamers and a pair of second-teamers. Suburban High School Hockey League champion Livonia Churchill (17-4-1) and city rival Stevenson (1111-2) each placed three players on the top two teams. It w^s an off-year for Livonia Franklin (4-18-1), but the Patriots are also represented. Churchill coach Rudy Varvari, now in his ninth season, was named Observerland Coach of the Year. A Dearborn Fordson High graduate, Varvari w a s a scholarship player f r o m 1877 through 1981 where he played goalie for the Michigan Wolverines.

F I R S T TEAM Jesse Hubenschmidt, forward, Redford CC: The senior cenler made secondteam All-Area last year (28 goals and 38 assists) and was one of the state's top point-producers this season with 25 goals and 41 assists He led the Michigan Metro High School Hockey League this year in scoring with 39 points en route to All-Metro and West Division MVP honors.

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The first-team All-Stater had only 20 minutes in penalties and a plus-47 rating. "Jesse is very competitive, he dislikes losing." CC coach Jack Gumbieton said. "He's a very tenacious player who never quits. He's also a team player as the 41 assists show." Hubenschmidt is also on the Michigan All-Star Team. Jamie Allen, forward. Churchill: The junior scored 20 goals and added 19 assists for 39 points. He also excelled at winning face-offs. Allen was second on the team in hits with only 14 penalty minutes. His final rating was a plus-39 He also made All-League and honorable mention All-State. "Jamie is an extremely hard worker and a team player, very unselfish," said the Churchill coach. . • Chris Rennie. forward. Stevenson: The junior left winger-center finished with 41 points (13 goals and 28 assists). One of the Spartans" tri-captains, Rennie was a good puck-handler and effective set-up man. "Chris is a finesse player (eight penalty minutes) and a gentleman." Stevenson

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had. He worked as hard as he could and played beyond his skills He was a real mainstay." Surowiec was an honorable mention All-State pick and is a member of the Michigan All-Star squad Mike Brusseau. goalie. Redford CC: Only a freshman. Brusseau had an impressive goaJs-against average of 2.4 and a save percentage of 90. The third team All-Metro pick played jn all 23 CC games with three shutouts "Mike's-.got ice in his veins, he didn't play like a freshman," Gumbieton said. "He got a lot of plaudits wherever he went and he did everything we asked him to do One of the hardest workers we had in practice." .

coach Paul Ferguson said. "He was one of our sparkplugs and one of our big players who led our power-play and penalty killing." Colin Gallagher, def&nseman. Churchill: A second-team pick last year. Gallagher was a three-year letterman for the league-leading Chargers. The senior captain had a plus-51 rating and only 22 minutes in penalties. "Just a great person, one of the best leaders I've ever had." Varvari said. Gallagher scored 10 goals and added 23 assists for 33 points. He is also an excellent student, carrying a 3.5 grade-point average. The defenseman was also named to the All-League and All-State (Coaches Association) teams. He is also a member of the Michigan All-Star squad.

S E C O N D TEAM Scott Johnson, forward. Stevenson: Tallied 17 goals and added 20 assists for 37 points. "He made it happen offensively and defensively." Ferguson said.- "The thing that sticks out is his toughness. He went into the corners and wasn't afraid to mix it up." Johnson, an All-Leaguer, had 50 minutes in penalties.

Matt Surowiec. defenseman. Redford CC: The senior was named best defenseman and first-team All-West Division in the Metro circuit.He had two goals and 14 assists with a plus-24 rating. Surowiec had 28 minutes in penalties. "Matt's all heart and never quits." Gumbieton said. "He gave everything he

Livonia Churchill Jetl King Bin Sayeti. Mark Mycek. Mike Johnson. Bedford Catholic Central: Mike Kasper. Kevin DonneH, Pat Casey. Scott Johnson: Livonia Stevenson Kevin Bush. Dave Labadie. Mike W.i terns, Livonia Franklin: Bob Batty. Ric* Bernard. Bryan Berger

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had a very strong year. He was definitely Paul Schloss, forward, Redford CC: a missing Ink in our season, it's too bad The junior left winger started the season slowty. but became one of the area's top .We only had hhn one season " scorers with 17 goals and 22 assists for 39 points v \ ' . Nick Sata, defenseman. Stevenson The Spartans' Iri-captam scored 10goals The honorable mention All-Metro pick and added 15 assists lor 25 points. had a plus-37 rating. A third-year player came around as a "He has a lot of skills and is just a great senior. skater." Gumbieton said. "He had a good shot from the point on the power-play. Ifs . ."He was always in the right place at the so quiet you don't hear it. He's a strong, • right time." Ferguson said. "He scored intelligent kid " some big goals. He's a hard-nosed, phys cal player." Bill Baaki. forward, Redford CC: The All-Leaguer accumulated 45 minRanked only second to Hubenschmidt on utes in penalties the CC team in scoring with 23 goals and Joe Huber. goalie. Franklin: The jur » 24 assets for 47 points. All-Leaguer and Patriot co-MVP stood h The second-team All-Metro pick regisground despite being under siege most o' tered a plus-38 raling with only six penalthe season ty minutes. His goals-against average is only A 25 "He can put the puck in the net." said but his save percentage wal impressive the CC coach. "He's not as strong as a lot of players, but he plays pretty well for '(90.1). a sophomore " "His (goals-against) stats are misleading because he was facing 50 to 60 shots Tony Dyplowski, d e f e n s e m a n , Churchill: The senior All-Leaguer made In some games." Franklin coach Terry the most of his only varsity season with 15 Jobbitt said. "He's a flopper, he likes to rrtake the big play. I rate him right behind' goals and 18 assists for 33 points. Danny Murray (former All-Area goalten"He played out of position." Varvari der from Franklin) said "He's basically a forward, but he

Sports firm connects athletes with schools ByBradEmone staff writer

Ohio-based College Prospects of America Inc. has arrived in ObV Sfj^erland. Two area baseball coaches, Mike Keller and Rodger George, joined forces last December to connect high school student-athletes with college scholarships Their franchise encompasses Wayne and Oakland counties. Their job, as scouts, is to make sure the above-average athlete, or "shadow player," is not overlooked. George, head coach at Wayne State, focuses on Oakland County, while Keller, t h e qoach of the Walter's Appliance team in the Livonia Collegiate s u m m e r baseball league, covers Wayne County. A perfect example of a recruiting nightmare is the story of quarterback Keith Myers, tbe all-time passing leader in Ohio high school football history Coming from a small school, he received no college o f f e r s and only $500 in financial aid. "The best time to get involved with us is your junior year," said

Keller, an employee of the Livonia Public Schools. "Most schools have limited recruiting budgets, especially non-revenue sports. Except in football and basketball (revenue producing sports), m a n y good athletes get overlooked. F o r example, there a r e all kinds of opportunities in girls tennis and cross country. A lot, too, in girls soccer . . . all sports. We can contact up to 150 schools for you." ON COLLEGE PROSPECTS' latest news release, Dakota State needed a fullback. West Virginia Tech was looking for softball pitchers and infielders. Coastal Carolina had scholarship money for two women's tennis players. Texas-El Paso was in need of two 6-foot women post players. New Hampshire College ately needed pitching help. Based in Logan, Ohio, College Prospects has more than 300 scouts in 40 states who a r e reporting to about 1,500 colleges and universities monthly on outstanding local-area high school athletes. "We go in the athlete's house and explain the recruiting process, then we contact coaches," Keller said.

ciso '49ers, who was nearly lost in the recruiting process before he landed at a small division I school (Mississippi Valley). "Most a r e overlooked and settling for less than what they deserve, so we try to leave no stone unturned," said College Prospects President Keith Fox in the video. Fox adds that the first reason athletes get lost in the recruiting process is because some a r e simply not good enough to play a t the college level. The other reason is that the right school has not heard about the player. "Our job is to target the college level where the athlete can compete, search our data bank for every college in America in that category, and send a detailed report to each

"We make an appointment with the parent to explain tbe p r o g r a m . Being new in the area, some people a r e skeptical, but this is the first investment toward a kid's education. There is a fee (around $400) and I get a comjnission." Keller compiles a profile for his clients and sends all athletic and academic information to College Prospects' computer bank in Logan. Mailings a r e then sent to prospective colleges. K E L L E R ALSO presents a short videotape to parents and athletes explaining the program. The film, narrated by f o r m e r N F L player Preston Dennard, talks about J e r r y Rice, the All-Pro receiver of the Super Bowl champion San F r a n -

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SOME OTHER Observer products are enjoying quick starts. Included is Redford Thurston graduate Art George. Playing for the University of Evansville, George was batting 324 through 11 games, with four doubles, one home run. six runs batted in and six stolen bases in seven attempts. His batting average was second among regulars on the Aces, who were 7-3-1 Tim Dowd's C e n t r a l M i c h i g a n University team wasn't off to a great start, going 5-6. But Dowd, a senior from Plymouth (Salem), was doing his share The outfielder had played eight games and was hitting 417. His 10 hits, two doubles and eight RBI were tied for second among the C h i p p e w a s . . .

The fate of Parrish Hickman s Michigan State basketball team was widely witnessed. The Spartans bowed out in the second round of the NCAA tournament with a doubleovertime loss to Utah. Hickman, a junior f r o m Redford Bishop Borgess. filled his sixth-player role by averaging six points and 3.7 rebounds a game His best games 15 points in a win over Northwestern. 10 boards in a loss to Nebraska. Jill Estey. a sophomore at the University of Illinois, saw her team struggle to a 9-19 record (6-12 in the Big Ten), but she had a solid season Estey averaged just 3.7 points, but the point guard also dished out 5.5 assists and made two steals a game Her best games: 14 points, seven assists and five rebounds in a win over Minnesota, and twice dishing out 11 assists in a game . .

SOFTBALL IS well underway, too. So is University of Detroit junior Denise Tackett, another Salem HS graduate Tackett was third in batting in the Midwestern Collegiate Conference at .375^ her 15 hits ranked second She had six RBI for the Lady Titans, who were 8-7 overall . . NOW BASKETBALL. We'll start with academics. Jessica Haodley. a senior at Saginaw Valley State from Salem HS. was named to the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference all-academic squad. Handley, who set a new school career record for assists, carries a 3.70 grade-point average, with a pre-law major. Most schools hoop season has concluded. so here a r e some final stats on Observer players. Katie McNulty, f r o m Livonia Ladywood, averaged 6,5 points and 5.4 rebounds a game for Bowling Green State, which finished 14-15 overall (9-7 in the Mid-American Conference) She led the team in blocked shots with 30 and was second in rebounding, despite averaging just 17 7 minutes a game. Sue Ntssen. f r o m Redford (Dearborn Divine Child), completed her collegiate basketball career tbe same way she played it throughout

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OMBINING BRAINS and talent, state Class A champion Livonia Churchill leads another talented group of AllOtoerver vollyeball players lor 1991. Tbe Chargers, coached by Mike Hughes, placed three honor students, all tbe first team. Hughes, who guided Churchill to a 47-1-1 record, was also selected Observerland Coach of the Year after leading his squad to three invitational titles, along with conference (Western Lakes) and division (Western), district, regional and state crowns. The 14-year veteran coach has an overall record of 399-116-32. Wayne Memorial, Class A quarterfinalists and Wolverine A League champions, also garnered t h r e e firstteam berths along with Livonia Stevenson, the only team to beat Churchill this season. Meanwhile, Catholic League A-B Division and district champion Farmington Hills Mercy landed two - players on. the first team. Area coaches gathered recently to select the top players in the area. Here is a look at the first-team selections. FIRST TEAM Brandy Caincross, Wayne Memorial; Named lo the Michigan High School Volleyball Coaches Association Dream Team, the 6-foot-1 Caincross was the area's most feared spiker. JSt The 9en»or co-captain played in 69 ' games (missing 42 because of a thumb injury). but still managed to rack up impressive totals for kills (251), solo blocks (95) and ace serves (27). She had a spiking percentage of 850 anda-Mfl percentage of .345 Caincross will attend Ferris State on a tuH-ride volleyball scholarship this fall after turning down an offer from South Carolina. "Brandy was a dominating force in the front row" Wayne coach Ann Kolnltys sak). "She was the most talked about high school player in the state. Brandy is a gifted young lady with more polential than any player I have ever coached." I Caincross ended her career with 20 kills _ in a state quarterfinal loss to 65-0 and V top-ranked Holland West Ottawa. Wayne finished 41-6 overall

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crowns, a pair of district championships and a berth m the 1990 final four (Mercy was 130-21 during her stint.) PauWn registered 352 kills In 909 attempts (.290 percent) along with 316 digs The 5-8 outside hitter.w&s selected second-team All-State (Class A)- and firstteam All-Catholic. Paulin also carries a 3.2 GPA She was also MVP at the Ltvdnia Stevenson and Madonna mutationals, along wilh team MVP "Maureen is simply one of the finest young ladies I've been fortunate to work with, and is arguably the best volleyball player Mercy has produced," Mercy coach Tim DeBeliso said. "Maureen em-_ erged as our leader in both work and deed Her commitment to her coach, team and school was extraordinary. Her competitive fire and relentless puruit of excellence were without a doubt, the driving force behind our success ."

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Christina Garry. Liv. ChurchW: The senior middle hitter made.second-team Class A All-State and Academic All-State (4.29 grade-point average) \ The 5-8 Garry, $n All-Western Lakes pick, recorded 315 kills with a kill percentage ol .352. "Christina is an extremely competitive person and takes pleasure in both the detersive and offensive responsibilities of her position." Hughes said. "Through much effort, she became a line passer and defensive player "There, was never a time in either a practice or a contest when she does not give her very best. She has improved all aspects of her game is one of the outstanding players in the state "Her attitude toward the team epitomizes what Churchill volleyball is all about." Atyssa Beiaire. Uv. ChurchW: An AOWestern Lakes selection the past two years. Beiaire was the Chargers' other senior middle hitter who excelled " The 5-7 Beiaire paced the ream in service reception (94.1 percent) and block-

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HONORABLE MENTION Livoma Churchill S t e p h a r w SpW>. Jfcnme Sp«oul and Juhe Cam©®u. W a y n e Memorial V«Ju R u n . a t Denoe W a M Farmnnflton Mills Mercy Nora Hand Livonia L a d y w o o d ' Jannel Memme. L t l Gunn..- Vaierw A d o m a Livonia Stevenson: A«cu> Srmltv Andiea w.iwock. CoHelle Bock we" Westland Joftn Glenn. Kara Beery Wafted Lake Central S t a c e Barrel. J a o e Fnend. Cindy MuTia. Walled Lake Western Dawn Qodlrey. Lrvoma Franklin Sue Bona. Coieen Lai. Kan ZaOe«: Redf o r d Thurston: Carle Harmon. PatTy Haney. Sandy MuMlOwstu North Farmington: Eve Oaar Plymouth S a l e m Amy K/aie*ski. And. WeHmg. Martha Boi. Julie Thomas. Shelby Carey. Garden City Carolyn Shanks. Jenny Horosko. Farmingion Deooie Scrvopder. Ptymouth C a n t o n Lorena Seniors Livonia ClarencevHIe: Leandra Hoftman. D a r k l e Rose. Farmington Harrtson: Amanda Autl

ing percentage (88.1). She was also second m digs (82.4 percent) and hitting ( 279 with 255 kills). and third in serve percentage (94 2). "Alyssa is arguably Churchill's finest all-around player." Hughes said. "She also has fine hands, and with her quick feet, could easily play at the outside hitting position or set at the college level." Beiaire. a secood-team Class A AllStater, is also an excellent student, carrying a 4.0 average in a rigorous academic program. Amy Baron. Liv. Churchill: The 5-foot4 senior was the "field general" of the state championship squad. The first-team All-Western Lakes choice was the setter in Churchill's 5-1 offensive attack, responsible for handling the front and back rows. And outstanding defensive player. Baron had a dig percentage of 84.2. She also led the Chargers in serves (96.3 percent) and recorded 1.184 good set In 1,203 tries (98 percent). Baron, the team MVP by a unanimous vote, is also a superb student, maintaining a 4.0 average "Amy is both creative and intelligent in apportioning the ball against differen! defenses and players." Hughes said. "Most of all, she is the quarterback and there is no question who is running the Chargers offense when she is on the floor Her competitive attitude and control of the offense is what makes the Chargers tick." Maureen Paulln, Farm. Hills Mercy: A three-year starter since her sophomore year. Paulin never missed a game, powering the Marlins to two Catholic league

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Suzie Atchinson, Farm. Hills Mercy: The 5-7 senior setter was an honorable mention All-Stater and reaped first-team honors in the Catholic League and Region. Atchinson was also named *to the alltournament teams at Madonna College and Stevenson. She had 854 assists this season and 255 digs Atchinson had only 18 service errors in 341 attempts and 23 reception errors in 355 attempts. "As a first-year setter. Suzie quickly understood what was expected ol her." DeBeliso said. "Regularly, she was the first to arrive and the last to leave practice. Her greatest attribute, though, is her mental toughness. "Her dedication, discipline and refusal to accept nothing less than her best, catapulted Mercy to the second best record in the school's history (48-6-2) Atchinson is also an outstanding student. carrying a 3 974 GPA Keli Haeger. Liv. Ladywood: The 5-9 senior setter and middle blocker was an honorable meniion All-Stater and AllCatholic League pick She led the Blazers to a final record of 43-11-3 en route to tournament victories at Delta. Dearborn Edsel Ford, EssexvilleGarber. With a jump-touch approach of 9 feet, 4V inches. Haeger averaged five kills and 12. assists per game Haeger. a three-year starter, was a member of Ladywood' 1989 state Class A championship squad As a )unior, she helped the Blazers to a Second place finish al state "The past year Keli has improved her arm swing enough to be one of the top spikers around," Ladywood coach Tom Teeters said "But more importantly, her setting skills have improved If Keli continues down this path she will be one of the bett&r collegiate volleyball student-athletes . as a setter, spiker or a combination of both." Sue Bell. Liv. Stevenson: The thirdteam Class A All-State pick led Stevenson to an unbeaten record in the Western Lakes Activities Association and a district crown Bell was also an All-Western Lakes selection. The 5-7 senior outside hitter recorded 248 kills in 684 attempts (.268). 127 ace serves in 465 attempts, along with 326 total digs "Sue was a tremendous three-year player for us," Stevenson coach Lee Cagie said "It will be a great void to fiH, not ohly for her abilities, but also because

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10,. sophomore setter recorded 664 assists in 2,306 attempts (.963 percent) She also added 258 digs. 42 soto blocks and 47 ace serves for the Spartans. Diamond was named to the All-Western Lakes team, as well as all-tourney at Stevenson and Bedford. "The most enthusiastic, effervescent player we've had in years." Cagle said "Patty has done a tremendous job as a first-year all-around setter. "Potentially, she is one of the best setters in the state She deserves a tremendous amount of credit for our success this year. A true team player." Laura Fisher. Wayne Memorial: The 57 junior setter was the Zebras' co-captam and was voted Most Dedicated. Fisher also made the All-Wolverine A League and All-Region teams. in 111 games. Fisher recorded 54 ace serves, 73 kiBs (.284 percent). 197 digs. 1,009 kill-aswsts and was good on 2.726 out of 2.734 sets. "Laura is the most dedicated player i have ever coached." Kolnitys said. "She has only one focus — the team. She goes to all limits for the ?ake ol her teammates "She's an excellent 5-1 setter who has taken her team to the slate (quarterfinals) the past two years "Laura was a young lady that listened to every work a coach had to say and continued to improve and mature with every match." / Gerri Ruffing. Wayne Memorial: The 5-10 outside hitter was voted Wayne's MVP and received honorable mention AllState accolades In 111 games, the All-Wolverine A League selection had 295 kills (.279 percentage) . 117 ace serves. 417 digs and a 92 percent serve reception. "Gerri is a young lady that has to work very hard to be good," Kolnitys said She developed into my best defensive player She pulled my team together when we lost a key player early in the season. She is a great server (93 percent) who took pride in being the first server of the game She gave the team a lift by starting many games with one or more ace serves." Ruffing is also an excellent student, carrying a 3.5 GPA while planning to attend the University of Michigan.

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If cruising is on your list of dream vacations, this may be your year Winter is a high season for northerners who want to flee the snow and enjoy the sun. but summer is still peak travel season for Americans, especially families, and cruising is part of that. Travel bookings for every destination have been soft because of Desert Storm, and soft bookings encourage discounts. Bookings are picking up. but -cruise ships all over the world are still eager for passengers. On top of that, cruise ships that normally sail the Mediterranean in "summer have repositioned themselves to North America this year. You will find them in the Caribbean, on the Alaska runs and even in the new and growing New England market Cruise ships have always had discounts for people who book early, but they have extended their early-booking discounts this ' y e a r You might have to hurry, because many have extended only until April 1. but there are others that will be cutting cruise rates for a much longer time Where to go? Hawaii almost never offers cruise discounts. Alaska is a fairly expensive market. and the early-booking discount is only about 5 percent. But there is a new wrinkle in the Alaska market Several of the European ships have repositioned some of their sailings to Alaska this yearPaula Sucaet. cruise manager of Only By Sea I n c , in Birmingham. says Holland America is still offering $350 per couple off their sailings, book by April 1. Regency has extended its earlybooking discounts to 90 days before sailing, whiph means you can book in May and sail in August. You can book an Alaskan cruise for as little as 11,700 per person, including airfare, but $2,000 and u p is more realistic." Paula said- -Regency is a good example It's a casual ship. At their early booking rate, you can sail for $1,300 plus $475 per person for a i r f a r e to Vancouver. British Columbia and home from Anchorage, Alaska.'' Paula highly recommends crui lses to Bermuda this year. You ' can sail for $1.10JJ,out of New York. I sailed the Horizon to Ber; muda last summer and highly ! recommend that itinerary too Bermuda is very expensive, but one of these week-long cruises gives you a day and half of sailing time, coming and going, as well as four days jri Bermuda with ^ o u r ship as hotel The best deals a r e still in the j Caribbean The upscale Renais; sance Cruise Lines has reposi tioned to the Caribbean this summer Buy one passage and the 1 second person in the cabin is free The midscale Royal Caribbean ; Cruise Lines offer 50 percent off an air-sea package for the second person Buy your own air and the j second person costs $199 for the 1 cruise. Bud get-priced Regency Lines I offers 50 percent off an air-sea package for the second person in the roum Buy your own air and ,the second person cruises free' You won't find many bargains on New Kngland cruises, which are mostly fall cruises Paula [ says most people in Michigan are • used to changing fall colors so | they don't book fall color cruises I as eagerly as southerners do t What about the k i d s ' Try three- or four-day cruise on PreI mier, Carnival. Royal Caribbean. Norwegian Cruise Lines, etc You can't beat Premiere, because of j its ties with Walt Disney World ! And Premiere has a single-par i ents plan applicable to some but not all cabin eatege^ies Single ! parents can bring a child under age 17 for the much lower rate usually paid by tly third and fourth persons in the room Remember It doesn't cost you a penny to talk to a travel agent or to book through a travel agent The travel - industry pays tfcelr commission

Taste the Old South in Mississippi mansions By Phyllis Kr*g«r Stillman special writer

"Gone with the Wind" created beautiful and selective images of antebellum plantaUon life: An elegant home reflecting opulence and plenty. A lifestyle characterized by chivalry and the southern belle. Mint juleps on the veranda. As for the slavery that made it all possible, well, we'll think about that tomorrow. A number of antebellum plantations along the Mississippi River between New Orleans and Baton Rouge have been restored as elegant bed and breakfasts where you can spend the night steeped in the history and reliving the romance. Guests a r e usually housed in outbuildings, but a few have rooms in the "big house." Madewood

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When I first arrived at Madewood. I thought I had made a mistakeThere was«no paved parking lot. no guide in antebellum dress, and the entry way looked, frankly, a little seedy. But Madewood turned out to be my favorite of all the plantations I visited. It feels like a home, not a hotel. It may be the closest we'll get to experiencing life on a 19th century plantation Overnight visitors to Madewood a r e treated like friends of the family, welcome to explore the home with its beautiful antiques and impressive art work! and actually use the rooms. Nothing is roped off. Guests have the run of the grounds, including a quiet and peaceful family cemetery, shaded by a massive oak tree, with graves dating back to tbe 1820s. An overnight stay begins in the library, with fruit, cheese, wine and conversation with other guests. I t ' s a t dinner', s e r v e d by candlelight in the main dining room, when the romance really begins. In the flickering candlelight, with one of the guests acting as the m a s t e r of the house with a small bell to summon the staft. the years melt away and you become part of history. The food is fabulous Dinner is a home-cooked, four-course m e a l

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T h i s is t h e M a d e w o o d m a n s i o n o n B a y o n La F o u r c h e n e a r B a t o n R o u g e . La. G u e s t s h e r e h a v e t h e r u n ot t h e g r o u n d s , i n c l u d i n g a q u i e t a n d p e a c e f u l f a m i l y c e m e t e r y , s h a d e d by a m a s s i v e o a k featuring regional specialties like gumbo, sweet potatoes, southernstyle vegetables, seafood pie and bread pudding with whiskey sauce. After dinner, coffee and brandy a r e served in the parlor. In the morning, guests are awakened with fresh coffee and juice in their rooms, followed by a continen-

tal breakfast (most often including homemade biscuits and jam). The mansion is Greek revival style with six supporting columns in front and long porches on the second -floor, front and back. It was designed by architect Henry Howard with 365 windows and doors, one for each day of the year And it is beau-

tree, with g r a v e s d a t i n g b a c k to t h e 1820s. T h e G r e e k revivals t y l e m a n s i o n h a s 365 w i n d o w s a n d d o o r s , o n e t o r e a c h d a y o t the year. tiful. so beautiful that it was used in the TV movie "A Woman Called Moses." There a r e four bedrooms and a Suite available in the main mansion for overnight guests Some bedrooms have bathrooms within, others have private baths down the hall. (None of the rooms have telephone or televi-

Set a spell Virginia towns.are wonderful places to leave hubbub behind Editor's note: Betty Taylor of B i r m i n g h a m learned fishing from her father and antique collecting from her mother. She doesn't go fishing as often as she. likes, but is very involved with antiques She is a member of the steering committee for the Birmingham Antiques Festival, which previews 6 p.m. to 10 p.m Thursday April 11. and will be in operation 10 a.m. to 9 p.m, Fnday April 12 and 10 a m -Co-5 p m S a t u r d a y April 13 at the Community House in Birmingham. Her lot* of antiques also lakes her traveling She recently escorted a group of antique lovers to Leesburg. Va , and then

reader's report on to l he annual antiques forum in colonial Williamsburg. In £his_ story she tells us about a weekend getaway in Leesburg. By B«tay Taylor special writer We approached historic Leesburg through a maze of fast-food chains, .but disappointment disappeared when we viewed the heart of the town Chartered in 1757. it

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still boasts some original buildings as well as old brick walks Leesburg has many good inns and bed-and-breakfasts, but I prefer to stay at The N o r n s House Inn ' My prejudice may well stem from the fact that my daughter Libby is the innkeeper' But the inn is charming Rmlt in 1806. it has been lovinglyrestored by owner Amy DeRemer to the 1850-80s style it had while occupied by the Norris_ brothers, famous Virginia builders and craftsmen The restoration is most evident in the library where guests gather by the fire to read, sip tea. or talk The bookcases, furniture, and pale yellow walls create a cozysetting The bedrooms a r e well appointed but guests should expect to

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share -a bathroom Three of the bedrooms have fireplaces, so I like to arrive Friday evening after dinner, unpack, and begin my relaxing weekend by curling up with a treasured book by the fire Guests a r e left pretty much to their-own, but do gather, for a huntstyle breakfast in the well-proportioned dining room A typical breakfast includes fresh fruit." juices, homemade muffins, quiche, sausage, toast and endless pots of coffee laced with cinnamon This ample breakfast is included in the $68 to $112 a night charge^ The Norns House Inn is. at 108 Loudon St SW Leesburg. VA 22075. (703s 777-1806 A needlework sign at the inn reads George Washington slept next d o o r " The adjacent stone bouse is called Washington's Headquarters. because it is believed that Washington quartered here during the French and Indian War Saturday we explored Leesburg The town has an understated look so sweaters, slacks and comfortable shoes are right for a country weekend Shops are set in wonder ful old brick or stone houses built in the late 18th and early 19th centuries At the foot of the hill stands, my favorite shop The Guest Room. Ltd . owned and operated by P a t Ewalt, who left horse raising to open a shop full of old laces and quilts It »s Mecca to the horsey set who flood the town during hunung season The nearby town of Middle burg a weekend retreat for government leaders, is smaller and has all the shops centered on one road Stop at the B and A Grocery for a chat with Mrs Edwards who has been in business for 57 years She says 800 people live tfl Middleburg plus "a lot of folks who walk around on the weekends' Buy her chutney, and damson jam, or order P l e a s e turn to Page 6

sion, but TVs are available if you ask.) Rooms in the main mansion a r e $159 per couple per night and include the aformen tioned amenities, plus a guided tour of the mansion Other accommodations are available Please turn to P a g e 6

Reader has handy tips on Alaska and Florida E d i t o r ' s note: Reader Edna .Alexander was real intrigued' uith t h e s t o r i e s on Key West and Alaska that appeared on these pages March 7 She has traveled extenatveiy in both places and would like to o f f e r the following tips to other tourists By E d n a Alexander special writer ^ ALASKA Very rarely in any travel plans do I see or hear the " f o p of the World Highway"' mentioned It runs f r o m Dawson in the Yukon to Tok Alaska The high-country scenery is fantastic, but traversing it requires good driving and care Dawson is special too. in that so much of the gold mine equipment remains where it was left when mining operations ceased In the Kenei in lower Alaska is the Russian River In June, thousands of fishermen line tbe banks to catch high salmon What a sight' Alaska visitors don't have to ride expensive c r u u e ships to enjoy themselves In June a n d - J u l y of 1988. six of us traveled just about every m a j o r road in Alaska in a new Ford van with pop-up camper We ate well, enjoyed a lot of salmon bakes, the University of Alaska and seeing glaciers by boat Total cost per couple for 60 days was just under $3,000 We drove the e n u r e Alaska highway on the way north, and returned by the state f e m e s from Haines with stops of several days at Juneau and Ketchikan, coming ashore at Prince Rupert That was our third and best trip to Alaska Most people just get to t h e "front door" of Alaska with the cruise ships However, additional Canadian U s e s have driven up the cost of t i m e spent in that c o — p y . Pteaae turn to P a g e 6

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Taste the Old South in Mississippi mansions Continued from P a g e 5 in outbuildings for $90 per couple, which includes breakfast and a tour, but not dinner. Dinner may be reserved though at $27.50 per person. Madewood is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. Contact Madewood, Route 2, Box 478, Napoleonville, LA 70390/or call (504) 3697151. Nottoway Nottoway is not as homey as Madewood. An overnight stay is more like staying in an elegant hotel What I r e m e m b e r best is the scolding birds that woke m e in the morning. Here, about 40 miles from New Orleans, 1 was truly in the country. Another memorable part of my visit was the chance to explore the mansion on my own. after the guided tours were finished for the day. The lights were dimmed. There was no one to guide or hurry m e along, and I was free to linger in what felt like a private museum. Nottoway was built using the best wood available on a 7,000-acre sugar plantation. Completed In 1859 and designed by the Madewood architect, the mansion was built by the John

Randolph family. It's the largest plantation in the area, with 64 rooms, 53,000 square feet of living space and, like Madewood, 365 openings. Italianate and Greek revival in style, the mansion has 22 supporting columns and two flanking staircases leading to the main entrance. A beautifully restored home, tbe gentlemen's study features curtains that a r e replicates of those used by Scarlett O'Hara to make her dress In Gone With the Wind." There a r e 11 bedrooms and two suites available for overnight guests, including the master bedroom and a bridal suite with a Jacuzzi. Each has a private bath, and all are furnished with antiques and decorated with fresh flowers. There is also a pool for the use of overnight guests. Rates range from $125 to $2S0 per couple, including wine and snacks upon arrival; a morning wake-up with coffee, juice and a wonderful" sweet potato biscuit; a country breakfast on the ground floor of the mansion; and a guided tour. Randolph Hall restaurant is open for lunch and dinner across the grounds f r o m the main mansion. It's large and elegant, with impressive

Reader has tips on Alaska and Florida Continued from P a g e 5 them by mail from Box 242, Middleburg, VA 22117. Stand in front of Tirvelda Real Estate and read the house ads. All of them state "Price upon request." which translated means, "If you have to ask, you can't afford it." The town's laundromat includes a machines if you're washing horse blankets." The Red Fox, a famous and historic inn, provides late lunch, tea, a beer, or early dinner. The lowbeamed > tavern room with open hearth, polished plank tables, copper pots, fresh flowers, whitewashed walls and recessed windows create a perfect ambiance." The food is excellent and the overnight accommodations outstanding, well worth the focus of another weekend. Another detour from Leesburg is to nearby Aldie, home of The Little River Inn and th* charming owners. Tucker and Mary Ann Wither. The inn includes the main house with five bedrooms, living room, dining room and two small cot-

tages as well as a no-frills inn called Woodburn. With their own home, their antique shop, their involvement in the restoration of the old mill and son Calder's tomato stand, it's evident that the Withers own most of Aldie. A goat, several sheep and a donkey add to the ambiance of this small town Rooms are $75 to $125 a night, breakfast included. For reservations call (703) 327-6742. We returned to Leesburg for dinner a t The Limelight, across the street f r o m The Norris House Inn. Owned and operated by Christina and George Vetsch. it offers a delightful combination of gourmet meals and the simple pleasure of George's w a r m cheese bread. The service is excellent, the dining leisurely, and the surroundings pleasant. Christina, a knockout brunette, greets the guests in a classy tux and spends .me at ea :h table, chatting with the pairons and carefully explaining 'he items on the menu. This is dining at it's best! Res»»rva! >ns «re suggested (703) 777-74°2

Visitors to Madewood are treated like friends of the family, welcome to explore the home with its beautiful antiques and impressive art work, and actually use the rooms. chandeliers and a grand piano in the main dining room. Service is attentive and the food is wonderful; small portions beautifully prepared and presented. Nottoway is open daily, except Christmas. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information, write P.O. Box 160. White Castle, LA 70788, or call (504) 5452730. Other plantations with guest accommodations include Oak Alley (which is straight out of "Gone With the Wind"); Tezcuco, a small sugar plantation with simpler accommodations; and Ormond Plantation, which I haven't seen. The 28 oak trees f r o m which Oak Alley takes its name dominate tbe landscape and, in some ways, eclipse the mansion. Planted by a French

settler in the early 1700s to f o r m a path to the Mississippi River, the trees a r e now so big that limbs extend to the ground. The mansion. Greek revival with 28 columns duplicating the oaks along the drive, was used as the setting for the TV movie, "The Long Hot Summer."' The back yard features more large oaks along the pathway to the slave cabins, some of which have been made into cottages for overnight guests (The cottages rent for $75 to $100 per night and include a continental breakfast.) For information, call (504) 265-2151, or write to Route 2 Box 10. Vacherie. LA 70090 Tezcoco Large oaks covered with moss also greet visitors to Tezcuco, built in Greek revival style in 1855 with a Creole influence. The mansion is fur-

nished with antiques, some of which belonged to the original owners. Most overnight accommodations a r e restored and converted outbuildings and slave quarters, and include kitchens. Many also have fireplaces The price range is $60 to $95 per night. A suite with kitchen and two bedrooms is available in the main house for $185 per night. All rates include wine in your room upon arrival, a tour Of the mansion and a Creole breakfast served in your room. Tours are conducted daily by guides in antebellum costumes f r o m 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The grounds include a chapel, a carriage house and a children's play house. There's an antique and gift shop in the mansion basement. For information, call (504) 562-3929, or write Tezcuco Plantation. 3138 Hwy 44. Darrow. LA 70725. Houmas House Named for the Houmas Indians who once owned the land, Houmas House was built in 1840. The original dwelling, a Spanish-style home built in the late 1700s, was preserved and later attached to the main house by a carriage way. The house is near Convent. La., (504) 473-7841.

Virginia towns are wonderful spots to leave hubbub behind Continued from P a g e 5 which translated means, "If you have to ask, you can't afford it." The town's laundromat includes a sign that reads, "Only use the green machines if you're washing horse blankets." The Red Fox, a famous and historic inn, provides late lunch, tea. a (V-or early dinner. The lowbeamed tavern room with open hearth, polished plank tables, copper pots, fresh flowers, white-washed walls and recessed windows c r e a t e a ^perfect ambiance. The food is excellent and the overnight accommodations outstanding; well worth the focus of another weekend. Another detour f r o m Leesburg is to nearby Aldie, home of The Little River Inn and the charming owners, Tucker and Mary Ann Wither. The inn includes the main house with five bedrooms, living room, dining room ana two small cottages as well as a ..^-frills inn called Woodburn. With their own home, their antique shop, their involvement in the restoration of the old mill and son Calder's tomato stand, it's evident that the Withers own most of Aldie. A goat, several sheep and a donkey add

I prefer to stay at The Norris House Inn. My prejudice may well stem from the fact that my daughter Libby is the innkeeperI But the inn is charming. to the ambiance of this small town. Rooms are $75 to $125 a night, breakfast included. For reservations call (703) 327-6742. We returned to Leesburg for dinner at The Limelight, across the street frorti The Norris House Inn Owned and operated by Christina and George Vetsch, it offers a-delightful combinauo• - • -et meals and the simpic px^surc- of George's warm cheese bread. The service is excellent, the dining leisurely. and the surroundings pleasant Christina, a knockout brunette, greets the guests in a classy tux and spends time at each table, chatting with the pitrons and carefully explaining the items on the menu. This is dining at it's best! Reservations are suggested: (703) 777-7492: Sundays are leisurely in Leesburg. After breakfast there a r e many his-

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Old Nankin Mills schoolhouse: It's rich in history ITS NAMESAKE, the 135-year-old PerrinsviHe School at Warren and M e m man in Westland, the first brick schoolhouse in what then was Nankin Township, is better known But Nankin M i l l s / P e r r h i v i l l e School, built by Henry Ford I in 1937 at Ann Arbor Trail and Farmington Road for workers at his nearby village mill, is still a Westland landmark brimming with history Tbe two-room schoolhouse. in the old town of Perrins^iUe. w a s expanded in the '50s Livonia Public Schools acquired it in 1989 when the Nankin Mills School District dissolved Uvonia later converted It to a curriculum development c e n t e r when elementary enrollment declined. The school's name was changed f r o m Nankin Mills to Perrinville

. . . I'm delighted to hear that the Westland Historical Commission is contemplating the Nankin Mills area as the first of many historic districts it hopes to establish . during the '90s. (minus the "»") after a new Nankin Mills school opened nearby in 1957. Within this backdrop. I'm delighted to hear that the Westland Historical Commission is contemplating the Nankin Mills area as the first of many historic districts it hopes to es

Bob Sklar tablush c g t ie JOs l O M BROWN, who chairs the commission, says the area is ooe of the city's most historic. "Ann Arbor Trail was the high road so lt could be .traveled year-round by stagecoach between Detroit And Arbor " If Livonia Public Schools ever decides to close the curriculum development center, I'd urge it to work out an agreement with Westland so the city could restore the old tworoom schoolhouse and use it as a mu-

seum of . a r t i f a c t s from the village mill era and early 20th century classroo^ The original part of the schoolhouse boasts a slate roof, a bell tow er. hardwood floors and a coal room "The core of the building, it's in pretty good shape.' says Sue Grigg. head custodian "The school's not in bad shape inside And outside, it's in great shape " Henry Ford built the school for kids of workers across the road at Nankin Mills, now offices for the Wayne County parks system Driven by water power from nearby Nankin Lake, the mill produced engravings, carburetor parts, rivets and bear ta*. DURING T H E 20s and 30s, Ford, ever tbe innovator, bought old grist mills as part of a grand plan to build

village industries along the Rouge and other small rivers He believed farmers working in an atmosphere of cleanliness and tranquilty would restore * proper balance between the industrialized city and rural communities During the slack season, f a r m e r s "could work in the small plants in the farming communities, thus resulting in year-round work, providing the security of f a r m life with the increased income afforded by industry," Ford said Ford's experiment, which intrigued American and European planners, proved unprofitable Nankin Mills closed after World II. It became a county nature center In 1950 closed in 1980 when funding ran IN ITS heyday about 1850. tbe

town olfpernnsville flourished as a small commercial cenler at Ann Arbor Trail and M e m man Road It was a stagecoach stop between Detroit and Ann Arbor The coming of the railroad farther south to Wayne spurred the town s decline in the late 19th century The crossroads became part of tbe new city of Westland in 19M Last year, the city applied for a 150.000 state equity grant to help restore the original PerrinsCille School at Warren and M e m m a n Plans call for Western Wayne County students to attend day-long classes in that school ooce it's restored Harper Readers and reproductions of early textbooks would highlight the 1890s curriculum Bob Sklor is assistant mawaping editor for special p r o j e c t s

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Nippon means Japan; chocolate set German Q: Enclosed is • picture of a tea set that is marked with a maple leaf and "Nippon - H u d Painted." It to very delicate and trnnalncent when held op to tbe Ugkt. Anything yon can tell me wonld be appreciated. A Your 11-piece J a p a n e s e tea set was made in tbe early 1900s. ("Nippon" means "Japan.") It would probably sell for about $225-1235. Q: Tbe attached m a r k to on tbe bottom of my chocolate set, which consists of a pot with six caps and saucers. It to decorated with large pink roses oo a brown and white background. Can you tell me who made this and how much it is worth? Ar This mark was used by the Carl Tielsch Co. in Altwasser, Germany, about 1900. Your 13-piece chocolate set would sell for about $325-$335

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Q: Someone told m e that old plastic-case radios a r e valuable. I have an old Bendix radio in a black and green marbelized plastic case. Tbe model number to 526MC. It still works, but the quality of the sonnd isn't very good. Does my radio have any valne? A Small plastic-case radios of the 1930s have become extremely popular with collectors. "The Antique Trader Antiques and Collectibles Price Guide" lists your radio for $600-1800 Qt.'I wonld appreciate any information you can provide about a ceramic figurine marked "WW-Made in Austria." It to a girl sitting on a rock with a drape aronnd ber kips and legs. Tbe fignre is 6 4 inches tall.

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Estate auction to offer Bird collection The lifetime personal collections. of George Bird, fine a r t s curator at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn from 1953 to 1977, will be auctioned Saturday-Sunday. April 6-7. The 600-lot estate auction will be at Schmidt's Antiques, 5138 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti 48197. Hours are 11 a.m. Saturday. April 6. and noon Sunday. April 7. Call 1-313^434-2660. \ Bird was well known for his expertise in early china, ceramics, early American and contemporary glass, and early American antiques. His collection reflects his broad range George Bird of interests.

T h e W i n t e r g r e e n q u i l t , 70 by 70 i n c h e s , is d o n e in s h a d e s of gray a n d g r e e n w i t h a c c e n t s of v i o l e t , r e d a n d t a n g e r i n e . T h e S4,800 p i e c e w i l l b e o n e x h i b i t at A r t p a c k Services.

Quilter's magic bold and bright By J a n i c e Tigar-Kramer special writer Quilter Karen Kratz-Miller may have been drawn to her craft as a child resting on her mother's old bedspread. The quilt artist memorized the pattern and the colors of the bed covering as she ran her fingers over the lumpy, well-worn quilt each day at nap time. And even if she didn't sleep, tbe familiar lines of the quilting were as relaxing then as they a r e today to the Farmington artist. "I was so familiar with my mother's old quilt. Looking at the pattern every day, I'd see different pictures. I felt like I made that quilt myself," said Kratz-Miller. who will show two quilts at the Wetsman quilt exhibition through April 27 at Artpack Services in Farmington. Kratz-Miller. who designed and sold ber own Une of clothing, accessories and wallhangings in San Francisco, retired her apparel line, in 1978 when she began quilting. That year, her first quilt. "Sundance," earned two awards (one for innovative design) at the National Quilt Contest in Santa Rosa, Cajif— Since then, the fabric artist has picked up a w a r d s throughout the country at local and national quilting shows. Though quilting techniques haven't changed much over the years.

Saturday's agenda includes 18th and 19th century country furniture and accessories. Sunday's includes late 19th and early 20th century items.

modern quilting is considered an a r t form, said Kratz-Miller. whose innovative quilts include dramatic combinations of colors and designs. "I DON'T go for safe color combinations. I like surprises and I enjoy the magic that happens when I put fabrics together," she said. "Quilting doesn't have to be serious business. It's fun." It's obvious the artist enjoyed cre' ating the Maple Street Series, a collection of quilts depicting the four seasons. "Maple Street Rag," depicting fall, was inspired two years ago when the artist moved to Michigan f r o m California. "I was amazed by the change of seasons. When we first arrived, I lived on the front porch and watched the leaves turn." Kratz-Miller said. "Maple Street Rag," named for the street on which she lives, features leaves antj splashes of bold colors and patches of plaid on black background. Like her other quilts, the back is quilted with a complimentary pattern of colors. •Wintergreen," measuring 70 x 70 inches, is done in shades of gray and green with accents of violet, red and tangerine. It's boldly highlighted by a black background. Fan and cable quilting suggest snow drifts and gusts of wind. "EMERALD SPRING," 74 x 54 inches, includes dozens of plaid and

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Ouilter K a r e n K r a t z - M i l l e r u s e d v i v i d c o l o r s s u c h as t e a l g r e e n , orange, r e d a n d g o l d a g a i n s t a b l a c k b a c k g r o u n d t o c r e a t e " F i r e w o r k s , " a q u i l t m e a s u r i n g 53 by 71 i n c h e s . T h e p i e c e is landscape. After selecting a theme, she pins fabric pieces on a layer of quilt batting, which is hung on the wall of her workroom. Seeing the pattern unfold vertically gives the artist a clearer perspective of the work.

solid greens, some hand-dyed, on a black background. Tbe piece is random quilted, giving it a feeling of breeze, or air. The artist is still planning the summer quilt. "Wintergreen," priced at $4,800, and "Emerald Spring," $4,300, will be part of the Wetsman exhibit. When the artist is searching for fabrics to add to a quilt, she's not above using her own clothes or her boys' shirts. She literally conducted a "green hunt" while making "Emerald Spring," even using p a r t of the dining room tablecloth to finish the piece. Kratz-Miller, a native of Pennsylvania, learned early on to appreciate the simplicity of Amish quilts. Like the_ Amish, she generally uses black as aunifying color. "What makes a quilt unique is the play between the colors and fabrics," she said. "Black brings the work together and makes the other colors pop out of the quilt."

machine quilted with variegated metallic thread. "Fireworks," p r i c e d at $3,900, is a v a i l a b l e t h r o u g h t h e J a n i s W e t s m a n 20th C e n t u r y D e c o r a t i v e A r t g a l l e r y in B i r m i n g h a m . Using 50-100 fabrics in each quilt, she is able to finish a project in fourto-six weeks. The artist often becomes attached to a quilt as she makes it but becauseshe can't repeat the creative process, she never attempts the same

design twice. "I love fabric and color and it seems so natural to put them together," she said. "Each quilt is very different and somewhere during the process of making it, it takes on a life of its own.

Exhibit spotlights quilts, as art Continued from P a g e 1 The dramatic move f r o m c r a f t to art also is apparent In tBe shapes and subject matter of contemporary quilts. Arturo Sandoval, a professor in the University of Kentucky's College of Fine Arts, will show his 64-by-66inch "Ground Zero » 8 , " which takes on an oval appearance i r o m a f a r . "Fm inspired by the things I see and feel," said Kratz-Miller of Farmington, a full-time artist who has fine tuned her quilting over the last 15 years "You're not going to see landscapes or recognizeable

KRATZ-MILLER, who attended Rhode Island School of Design, creates her quilts like an artist paints a

forms." Harris, a Detroit interior designer, inspired by African themes, agreed "It's not narrative," she said of "Homage." a 50-by-90-inch geometric that features projections, or streamers, that reach to the floor. The quilt is dominant with black, purple and turquoise. THE EXHIBITION also will feature the work of F a y e Anderson. Elizabeth Busch. Lia Cook, Caryl Breyer Fallert, Sharon Heldingsfelder, Nancy Herman, J a n e Kaufman, Terrie Mangat, Ruth McDowell J a n Myers-Newbery, Elizabeth Newbill. Esther Parkhurst. P a m e l a Studstill.

Jane Sassaman and David Walker. Founded in 1984, the Design Industries Foundation for AIDS was started by interior design, furnishings and architecture professionals. It now encompasses all aspects of design. Its mission is to raise and distribute money to AIDS groups and projects nationwide. It so far has distributed $5 million to 250 groups providing AIDS education and services in 32 states. The design industries also have donated millions of dollars in furnishings and design services to community AIDS groups, both through the foundation and independently.

House's renovation a fulfilling experience Continued from P a g e 1 Taking time from his job as lead singer of Steve King and the Dittilies. he began the tedious demolition. often working 12-hour days. He finished 18 months later, filling more than a dozen 30-yard dumpsters with debris. Much of the red brick was salvaged and donated to Liovnia's Greenmead Historical Village, where it was used to pave the walkways. Besides exceeding his $100,000 construction budget. Steve did more demolition than he originally planned. "I wanted to save walls, but t r e alized the finished project would be much better if they were installed new The project became larger and larger." he said. O e b b i e a n d Steve K i n g r e a d t o 2 - y e a r - o l d A l l y s o n in t h e i r great room, decorated in black and white with a white l e a t h e r s e c t i o n a l sofa.

AS WET plaster was replaced with drywall. he faced the problem of how to route air ducts a f t e r converting from steam heat to a forced air beating system. For example, since head room in

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the basement was a premium, ducts had to be concealed and boxed into the north wall. The firstfloor hallway ceiling was lowered one foot just to accommodate coldair returns. The couple changed each room's original design, except the library, which still includes the handsome, dark-walnut paneling installed in 1927. The couple also reused the original front door and restored the marble entry. Since the Kings wanted an open floor plan, they raised the original nine-foot ceiling in the great room through the attic, vaulting it to t h e roof. Dramatically decorated in black and white, the room is flanked by expansive windows on the west side to allow in afternoon sun The room also includes a zero clearance, mirrored fireplace. A platform kitchen with walls of storage and a work island over. looks the living area. Boldly decorated in black and white ceramic, the kitchen includes cabinets of pickled alder wogd. a black halo-

THE TWO first-floor bedrooms for Casey, 5, and Brandon, 8, include the original oak floors, which Steve pickled for a more updated look. Both have nine-foot ceilings, pickled woodwork and closet doors, plus a pair of lofty, double-hung windows. The first-floor bath, decorated in navy ceramic with gold and white accents, includes a step-up tub with a narrow window overhead for natural lighting. Tbe couple saved the old pedestal sink, reglazed and fitted with gold-tone fixtures. The second-floor loft, formerly the attic and a dormitory-style room for Steve and his brothers, is a departure from the contemporary first level. Overlooking the great room, it includes the original red oak floor and is supported underneath by an exposed structural beam The loft has four large skylights, a walk-in closet and a whimsically

decorated bath with a corner shower and a vaulted ceiling. The loft leads to a fourth bedroom for 2T year-old Allyson. born during the renovation. THE FINISHED lower level, decorated in gray tones, houses a spacious recreation room, a possible fifth bedroom, a bath with spa. storage and a concealed furnace room. Debbie took on the job of decorating. Neutral, off-white walls a r e dramatically highlighted with colorful balloon shades, shirred-on valances and mini blinds or pleated shades The children's rooms are decorated with colorful wallpaper borders, matching bedspreads and coordinated accessories. "We don't like heavy window treatments or an over-decorated look," Debbie said. "The house is very bright and we've been able to take advantage of the natural light." The Kings, who've always enjoyed touring the annual Homearama

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Remerica

H O M E T O W N REALTORS

420-3400 M A P L E HILLS OF NOVI •3 m o n t h s " o l d . R a n c h style b e e u t y . a t t a c h e d 2V* g a r a g e , b l e e c h e d o a k k i t c h e n f i r e p l a c e In C a t h e d r a l celling greet r o o m , 2 bedrooms plus e d e n o n m a m floor plus a b o n u s r o o m U p s t a i r * w i t h * fun b a t h ( n o t t o t a * y d o n * y e t ) a l $ 1 1 5 , 9 0 0 It I * a G O O O BUY! 41522 Cornell BILL WILLIS

MAYFAIR

522-8000

N A M E YOUR TERMS A R o s s i ' s m o d e l h o m e in " B r a d f o r d O f N o v i ' 3 4 0 0 s q ft o f k i a u r y Irvi n g w i t h aM t h e i n c l u s i o n * I m m e d i a t e o c c u p a n c y tor t h i s m o d e l o r w e • n i l b u i l d t o suit Building sites m Novi. NorthvMe $ Plymouth

RED CARPET KEIM SUBURBAN 261-1600 NORTHVILLE VACANT property w a t e r a n d s e w e r b u M h o m e on 9 0 b y 3 0 0 lot $ 3 4 , 9 0 0 H E L P - U - S E L L REAL ESTATE 454-9535 NOVI

OIGNIFIEO C O L O N I A L o n over 1 a c r e grves a w o r m w e l c o m e t o your F A R M I N G T O N HILLS - 3000 sq fl large family Over 3.600 sq ft plus a tudor Colonial o n c o m m o n s 4 bed2 7 a 3 9 finished lower level with wet rooms. family formal dining bar S e c l u d e d w i n g separates maer o o m . 2V» c a r a t t a c h e d g a r a g e S i m ter b e d r o o m , l a r g e m a r b l e e n t r y A ply f a n t a s t i c 1 $ 1 8 4 9 0 0 = 5 0 . m u s i aee hornet $ 2 9 9 , 9 0 0 N - 4 1 L L - N LIVONIA - S u p e r s u e d h o m e lor the large family 5 b e d r o o m colonial w / 2 hill b e t h s la-ge family r o o m w'ftreptaca. f o r m a l d m m g r o o m c e n t r a l air $ 1 3 4 , 5 0 0 = 4 3

RUTH MARTIN

T h r e e b e d r o o m . 1'A b a t h c a p e c o d . d o s s to downtown Ptymouth and A l a n Elementary 2 car detached g a r a g e F o r m a l Irving a n d d i n i n g r o o m W o o d b u m m g fireplace, e a l - m kitchen |P97Brol $103.0004515400

REAL E S T A l C A N T O N N E W LISTING! - Ouiet location with private backyard. 3 bedr o o m C o l o n i a l , fun b a s e m e n t . 2 M c a r a t t a c h e d g a r a g e . 1*1 floor l a u n dry $119,900 » 1 7 7

Gracious Livf 3 b e d r o o m . 2 bath brick, c e n t r a air. attached garage, storage galore f i r e p l a c e m s p a c i o u s lemily r o o m , patio t deck, neutral decor. S t i e . 0 0 0 (OS119PI C a * .

S p a c i o u s 3 0Q0 s q u a r e n . 4 b e d r o o m * . 2 ' * beth*. new construction colonial with o p e n b r i d g e stairwey overlooking family r o o m Formal dmmg room, large master bedroom with M * and hers walk-in doaets a n d b e t h d e n a n d vaulted celkng $259,900

H O M E T O W N REALTORS

P L Y M O U T H - S p e c i o u s o p e n Boor plan m this i m p e c c a b l e 3 b e d r o o m home Recently lemodeled kitchen, huge family room, finished basement. central air. m a i n t e n a n c e tree • l i e n o r $127,900 < H

ROBERT BAKE Realtors 453-8200

COMING SOON... ...NEW HOMES W E S T M I N S T E R VILLAGE • • • • • •

Novi Schools 3 4 4 b e d r o o m s - S U baths L i v i n g r o o m & family r o o m Dining r o o m . Library Kitchen w'nook 2 car g a r a g e

R O B E R T BAKE Realtors 453-8200

H a r t f o r d South

COUNTRY-LIKE SETTING' Immacul a t e 4 b e d r o o m . 2't bath tn-tevei with Tudor elevation Neutral decor, n e w e r c a r p e t i n g , m a r b l e sitls a n d m o r e o n a g o o d s i z e d k>t> M u s t s e e ' $149,900 651-0900

RALPH MANUEL

R E D C A R P E T KEIM M A P L E . INC. 553-5888

GAROENOTY Bnek r a n c h m great location. 3 I

T H I S 16 IT - S p e d o u a 3 b e d r o o m b n e k R a n c h w i t h flraahed b a e e m e n l .

Century 2 1 Cook & Assoc 326-2600 IMMACULATE HOME U p d a t e d t o a lee* N e w e r k i t c h e n windows, M n a c e gutters end trim. throughout reAniahed floors $78,500

COLDWELL BANKER

NOVI - O P E N H O U S E Sal 2 - 5 p m Built 1 9 8 6 2 5 0 0 a q ft. 4 b e d r o o m . 2V» b a t h , air p r i v a t e lot. e x t r a s M u s i sail. $ 2 2 9 , 9 0 0 349-9479 N O V I - o u t s t a n d i n g 4 b e d r o o m t» level, 2 fuH b e t h s . c e n t r a l a i r . 2 f i r e places new large deck. 9 Mile A Haggerty a r e a $ 129.900 346-5154

3 b e d r o o m brick colonial, beeutiful lot. l o r m a l d m m g r o o m w / l e r g e bay window, open kitchen w/dming area, f a m i l y r o o m w / M I brick wall fireplace, professionally finished b a s e m e n t . 2 car attached garage. 2t i e r e d d e c k , c e n t r a l a n . all t o r o n f y $159 900

STEVE S T O C K T O N

347-3050

nr. The Prudential pami and carpel $72 900

Harry S. Wolfe. REALTORS

462-1660

Quality describes this Northville C a p e C h a r m e r location plus 3 b e d r o o m s . 1'A b a t h s , l o r m a l d i n ing r o o m Fireplace in living r o o m Hardwood throughout 3 r d floor could b e finished Newer ' roof and f u r n a c e B n n g all o f f e r s ( P 0 4 H o r > $142,500 451-5400

independently Owned end Operated

INVESTORS G a r d e n City ranch. 2 car g a r a g e t » 1*142 lot Liberal terms B r p g * • o f f e r s $ 5 2 , 5 0 0 A s k for

4 b e d r o o m t u d o r located on a quiet c o u r t G r a n d f o y e r wrth spiral staircase: t r e n c h d o o r s thai lead l o den. gorgeous living r o o m and dming room $325,900 (P2IPORl

,453-6800

COLDWELL BANKER S c h w e i t z e r R e a l Estate

SUBURBAN 261-1600

FRESH A S SPRING P o t a h e d 4 or S b e d r o o m ( M e e d b r i c k ranch h o m e with 2 M l betha Large country kitchen, d m m g room. Nvtng A f e m t f y r o o m . N e w e r f u r n a c e A root A l o t o f h o m e f o r t h e m o n e y al $79,900

ERA ACCENT 421-7040 GORGEOUS 1 6 0 0 e q ft . V A s t o r y b r i c k h o m e 2 ' i car garage, central an. newer windows. 1 6 s 2 l greet r o o m with f i r e p l a c e . 2 fun r e m o d e l e d b e l h . u p $ 8 2 , 9 0 0 O p e n Set 2 - 6 9 9 0 0 S a r a • o l a . E o t B e e c h Oefy. N o l Weaf Chicago C a * today! 536-9459 GREAT STARTER HOME' Updated 3 bedroom ranch on Lola Park Hurry* W o n t Lest! $ 4 7 9 0 0 SUPER SHARP Redlord ranch 3 bedrooma 2 baths With U p d a t e d k i t c h e n a n d b a R i e N e u t reify d e c o r a t e d low maintenance. oversized garage $09,500

CENTURY 21

SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE O N E 455-5680 464-0205 565-3200 274-5394 LIVONIA S C H O O L S - immaculate 3 b e d r o o m , i'A beth brick r a n c h with fireplece. n e w w i n d o w * A c a r p e t i n g By Owner 8265 * c k i e $61,500 O p e n Set l 2 - 4 p m 422-3521

REAL ESTAT

Look No Further this * it' i m m a c u l a t e 3 b e d r o o m brick ranch, remodeled inside A out U p d a t e s galore! Great floor p l a n Giant dining r o o m eatra d e e p 2 ' 4 car garage, nice landscape greet neighb o r h o o d FHA A VA b u y e r s welcome Home werranty included A s k i n g mel $62 900 ( « 5 1 0 # S B I

316 Westland Garden City A B O V E THE C R O W D JUST LISTED - Sharp 3 bedroom bnek Ranch wrth garage and m o r e CENTURY 21 TOOAY 538-2000

S H A W N BELL

Absolutely Gorgeous

NEWLYWED SPECIAL 3 bedroom bnek ranch f u l finished baaement w'bar A w o o d b u m m g s t o v e a t t a c h e d t o f u r n a c e . Marge kitchen, seperete d m m g room, n e w ar c e r p e t m g . I ' l car g a r a g e , m e n y e » t r a s M u s i aea By o w n e r P r i c e d t o se« $69 900 721-0075

ROBERT CUFFE

O P E N H O U S E Sat 1 4 Attractive T b e d r o o m r * « h located m quiet r e s i d e n t i a l n e i g h b o r h o o d P r i c e d at o n f y $ 5 6 , 0 0 0 For m o r e i n t o c e a Sherl or T a r r y Ozak 561-0900

Remerica

H O M E T O W N REALTORS

OPEN MOUSE AFFORDABLE. COZY 3 b e d r o o m 2 betha. w o o d stove;gas heel 1% c a r g a r a g e $66 900

420-3400 Absolutely Gorgeous

LAND CONTRACT 6 bedroom colonial. 2 7 5 g a r a g e , t a r g e lot. d e c k 1.656 a q f i $ 8 1 9 0 0

Farmhouse complete with Olde W o r l d c h a r m Feeturmg newer roof, n e w e r steel e n t r y d o o r s n e w e r vinyl windows'-patio, deck. Florida room, k n o t t y p m e w o o d A l o c a t e d o n almost ' 1 acre lot Aakmg $77,900 I5036P) Gall

D O L L H O U S E 3 b e d r o o m brick ev e r y t h m g n e w . w i n d o w s air c a r p e l roof F r e n c h d o o r s $65 900 O P E N MOUSE. Garden city, huge 101 3 b e d r o o m r a n c t i femMy r o o m w fireplece 2 car garage $ 6 7 ,900

ROBERT CUFFE

Remerica,

SHARP 4 b e d r o o m newer carpelmg. fhermo windows k r i c h e r cabin e t s ail a p p l i a n c e s $ 6 6 , 0 0 0

H O M E T O W N REALTORS

420-3400

FREE. W E E K L Y L I S T OF " PROPERTIES for sale BY O W N E R " wrth p r i c e s d e s c r i p t i o n s addresses owners Rhone n u m b e r * . *tc

A W o r l d of Living in this b e e u t i M r a n c h L o a d s of c l o s e t s p a c e m aa 3 b e d r o o m s Large greet r o o m , specious but intimate dining r o o m and a slap saving k i t c h e n that m a k e s c o o k i n g simple $116 900(P01BRY) »

SAVE THOUSANDS H e l p i n g s e l l e r s satt B y o w n e r f o r $2950' HELP-U-SELL REAL ESTATE 4S4-9S3S

453-6800

OUTSTANDING This t n offers so-so m u c h . 3 b a d r o o m s . tv> b a t h s f a m i l y r o o m , m m t c o n d i t i o n ' W o n t last' $76 9 0 0

COLDWELL BANKER

RED CARPET KEIM

S c h w e i t z e r Real Estate C A R B U F F - H u g e 3 car a t t a c h e d garage 3 B e d r o o m bnek Ranch, family room/fireplace, finished b a s e m e n t 6 9 % A R M f i n a n c i n g if qualified. $7900 c a r m o v e you m ONE WAY REALTY 473-5500 or 522-6000

SUBURBAN 261-1600 PICTURESQUE AREA G u a r d e d by great irees' P r i v a t e yard with m g r o u n d pool a n d cabana a p p r o x i m a t e d 2.600 s q fl 5 b e d r o o m r e n i n 2 fireplaces tormal d m m g r o o m d r e e m K i t c h e n tamwy r o o m d e n 2 car garage., l o a d e d w i t h e i t r a * a n d fuH o f c h a r m ' $167 900 Can

EVERYTHING NEW in W e s t l a n d t o o A m u s t see1 C o m p u t e t , remodeled 950sqtt 2 bedr o o m ranch $52 900 453-1219

EXCEPTIONAL VALUES

I N V E S T M E N T POSSIBILITY - Soed 3 b e d r o o m bungalow, baaement. garage, d e e d and street Nice O t d Redford $12,000 caah 537-1666 IT S A C R E A M PUFF F o l k s y o u ' r e g o m g t o Hke t h i * o n e met W e d Beautiful 3 b e d r o o m wrth aa newer c a r p e t , k i t c h e n d o n e m 1969. d m m g r o o m . M l tvnahed beaement. plua family r o o m , ! • * car g a r a g e s o l 5 M u a . W 6f B e e c h " CALL BRIAN SCHWARTZ

MAYFAIR

HOT N E W LISTING - spectacular 3 b e d r o o m b r i c k r a n c h . 1 full A 2 h a l l bains remodeled kitchen, doorwali patio, finished basement wet b a r , ) tamiff r o o m with fireplace premium i l o t . c e n t r a l air a t t a c h e d 2 c a r ga- [ rage with opener home warranty | d**ck o c c u p a n c y $92 900 |

CENTURY 21 ROW

464-7111 WESTLAND

Century .21

WE MOVE HOMES! EVERY M O N D A Y A N D T H U R S D A Y IN OUR CLASSIFIED SECTION, "CREATIVE LIVING REAL ESTATE" H e r e is a n e w s p a p e r section that regularly f e a t u r e s t h e largest selection of s u b u r b a n real estate a d s in S o u t h e a s t e r n Michigan. P u b l i s h e d twice e a c h w e e k o n M and T h u r s d a y for an a u d i e n c e of m o r e than 3 adult r e a d e r s in 24 a f f l u e n t c o m m u n i t i e s , tl* section h a s b e e n tailored for o u r s a t i s f i e d Real to w h o c o n t i n u e to be pleased w i t h the r e s u l t s t h e y receive.

CASTEU.I

525-7900

1990 C E N T U R I O N A W A R O WINNING OFFICE E X T R A C L E A N - 3 b e d r o o m br«c* ' a n c h Newer windows A d o o r s energy efficient. } car j a r s g e m a n , e.tras included $76 M O C A L L KATHY BERRY R E / M A * 100 I N C 425-6769

EXTRAS GALORE

REMERICA H O M E T O W N 420-3400' NEWLY REMODELED 2 bedroom 8 0 0 s q ft r a n c h , lot A Vt. l ' i c a r g a r a g e . f r e e h f y p e m t e d . 116S3 B e r w y n M u s t see $ 4 9 500 537-0331 RE D F O R O S T A R T E R LOLA VALLEY PARK ONLY $3900 M O V E Y O U IN' 3 b e d r o o m , a p k i level, s h a r e Kitcfve n . b a a e m e n i . m m o n d o l l a r v i e w o< park Ca* lor a personal preview C A L L ENZO A R O E R O

MAYFAIR

r D o n t overlook this neat A c l e e n 3 b e d r o o m h o m e with u p d a t e d aitcnen with d m m g r o o m M l finished b e s e m e n t w i t h b u n c h e s of s t o r a g e ' f a c e s a n d 4th b e d r o o m Afso pool I m b a c k y a r d p l u s a 12«10 pane [ Mama warranty

Century 21 J. Scott. Inc. ...J522-3200 i"Ak|T A S T l C 3 b e d r o o m 2 ranch with unoetaovabie ferrwly o o m M l brushed baaement L t v o NIA S C H O O L S a n d s o m u c h m o r e Can today U r your private showing $95 900 ILSOGan CaH 4 6 2 2950

O C A O U N f 8:

TUCSOAY * O R THURSDAY € OtTlON /5 P M

r U t O A V F O B M O N OA Y C O l T O N

$6900 MOVES * O U IN Popular Curtis W o o d s Subdivision 3 B e d r o o m R e n c h new t h e r m a l windows newer roof. 2 car g a r a g * Home Warranty A s k For M C C A R T E R O r R I C H A R D S

$65,900 1500 s q ft 3 b e d r o o m bungalow HUGE 2 4 . 1 6 famify r o o m tweplace Om.rig newty d e c o r a t e d

REOFORO 5 M»e and tnksler New listing G o r g e o u s 3 b e d r o o m Dunoaiow 2 M l baths newly d e c o r a t e d S h o w s Uka B e t t e r H o m e * A G a r d e n ' $ 6 6 6 0 0 C a » J o e Bariey Maytair 522-6000 S T A R T E R S DEUGHTfl Gorgeoua b u n g a l o w with leeturea galore, doub l e lot. attacfied g e r a g e b e a e m e n t . Maw t a a e e . F l o r i d a r o o m A c o p p e r p l u m b i n g t o o C a * t o d a y o n true f a n t a s t i c o p p o r t u n i t y at o n l y $ 4 6 , 5 0 0 < L25WOO) Ca* 462 -2950

R E A L ESTAT

Better H o m e s & G a r d e n s W e s t e r n Golf C o u r s e Affordable 2 b e d r o o m bnek ranch, basement, yeer-uxmd Florida r o o m , a n d 2 car g a r a g e $ 5 4 , 9 0 0

First Offering Pnd* of ownership is shown t h r o u g h o u t this 3 b e d r o o m brick r a n c h 2 0 ft e n e n d e d k i t c h e n is a h o u s e w i f e ' s d r e a m 1' You move a - 421-0472

AUeUMN HKXS

$ PRESTIGIOUS $

Harry S. Wolfe. REALTORS

421-5660 independently Owned and Operaled $4 2 0 0 TOTAL C O S T On thi* 2 bedroom i w n u n n ranch B a a e m e n t A 2 car g a r a g e CaH l o r d e t a i l *

REALTY WORLD FIRST CHOICE 532-2700 $46,500 RANCH 2 fuU baths, w o o d burner m family r o o m . 3 b e d r o o m s , g a r a g e onfy $ 9 0 0 d o w n . 15760 Leoore " BILL W I L L I S

MAYFAIR

A MECHANICS DREAM ande 2 ' i c a r g a r a g e

T h r e e b e d r o o m n a r r o w from r a n c h Central m Fionda room, fmwnec

"JERFWSTILL" THE R E O F O R B S P E C I A L I S T

RE/MAX WE 0 C O L D W E L L BANKER S c h w e n z e r Reel Estate

Century 21 J. Scott. Inc.

B L O O M F I E L D T W P c o n d o . mealy d e c o r a t e d . 2 b e d r o o m s 2 betha. e a s y a c c e e i t o 1-75. B i o o m f i e l d H « * school district 333-7264

522-3200

BRIGHTON

Wayne

A New Community

Make An Offer

WOOORIOGE MILLS Ni 'sncfies and lownhomaa 2 bedr o o m * . 10ft. 2 b e t h * 2 c a r g a r a g e baaamant. some waft-outs. Ireplace. air c o n d i t i o n i n g , deck From $11$ 500 T o m o d e l * L I S - 2 3 * i n 56. t o R i c k e t i R d l u m r i g h t . O e f c n d g * Dr M n l e f t . to niitQeriaai Model 22^-6776 Office 229-5722 A D L E R H O M E S INC Bngfiton. Mich

H o m e h a * new roof, new carpeting, k i t c n e n f l o o r A hot water tank B a i n r e m o d e l e d L a r g e 22a32 g e r a g e . finished baaemeni thermal windows $62,500 I5095P)

INVESTORS 2 b e d r o o m , t a r g * lot M I K S iieighDorhood Great cash flow property B r m g a n y Offer $ 3 4 , 9 0 0 I B 5 0 7 9 P 1 For m o r e information c a l

C A N T O N - BY O W N E R

E G O N LEWKUT

2 bedrooma. 2 betha nrmhed pne* 397-3674

Remerica

C A N T O N N - 1 b e d r o o m loft, vaulted caning*, finished besement. lots of - s t o r a g e space, w i n d o w treet m e n t * . an a p p h a n c e e . c e n t r a l a i r . p r i v a t e e n t r a n c e $ 5 3 ,900 4 5 4 - 4 6 0 1

H O M E T O W N REALTORS

420-3400

CASS LAKE CONOO 2 bedrooma 2 baths gerage dock. uUity r o o m washer/dryer. microwave et afler 663-5222

323 Homos Waahtanaw County NORTMFIELD TOWNSHIP - 5 acre* house with ixiflrwsned addition 2.BOO s q ft . no*da m a j o i w o r k . $65 000 729-6512

C L O S I N G C O S T PAID! 2

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o o w i c o n d o AM carpet

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$64 000

DELIGHTFUL TOWNHOUSE

324 Othor Suburban Homos For Sota L A P E E R H o u a e for S a l e B y O w n e r * 3 b e d r o o m Rancfi new root, new seepege bed. 1/2 baaemeni. carp o r t t u g g e r a g e A * o n 140 A C R E S ot Roamg Land' $200 000 Owner R e t i r i n g . L e t s Talk 1 313-464- 3812

4 . 6 A c r e s of Tranquility

W e d g e w o o d VMege Neutrai decor, verticals, g e s tog V a c ace larganewwr c e n t r a l mr $103,000

347-3050

and muOt more

DOWNTOWN PLYMOUTH W a * to shopping, vtce* Better than dated kitchen end taffy re-pamted $79,900

enchanting rancti with

views of trees ponds and ravine* Thi* h o m e provide* l u i u n o u * comfort end abundance $350 000 IN32MAPI

feetivaia e n d * e r new TofaMy upc a r p e t 1B91 T o and decorated

459-6000

COLDWELL BANKER S c h w e i t z e r R e a l Estate

COLDWELL BANKER

FARMINGTON HILLS condo with 2 bedrooma 2 bath* Twelve A M i d d l e b e f t a r e * P n c e d t o a a * at $59 900 CTK MAX eROOCK626-4000

S c h w e i t z e r Real Estate

F a r m i n g i o n HMa

W y n d h a m Place Condominiums

32S Rod Estate Sorvicos

All R a n c h F l o o r Plans

N E E D H E L P with property managem e n t ' For detailed information on our computerized management s y s t e m C M V a n t a g e Realty I n c 313-557-5544

$189 900 L o a d e d with Luaury. Featurea Pnone 851-7740 Locat ion - M idd-eoen Roed M a e S o u t h o f 14 M i l e

SALES & SERVICE Robert Bee REAL ESTATE ONE 963-0914 Beeper 709-0466

F A R M I N G T O N HILLS Brand new ranch c o n d o home, prv vate entrance 2 bedrooma. 2 beths f o r m e l d m m g r o o m , l e t floor l e u n dry central mr. Ml baaemeni d e c k s , e i e r c i e e trade, small qmet c o m m u n i t y Convenient to expressways A shopping F r o m $96 900 With c e r p o r t $ 1 0 6 9 0 0 w i t n at

326 Condos A D A M S WOOOS - BLOOMFIELD

473-6

LOWEST PRICE IN TEN YEARS

Evea 3 4 6 - 1 3 3 6

$114,990 2 b e d r o o m a . 2 ' i belTis 2 car attached gerage Fireplega. central mr. p r h r a t e p e t i o a n d n w h m o r e

$139,900

GREENPOINTE "

A SELLER S LOSS The p o r t i n g of ways f o r c e * *e*er l o p r a c t i c — y give away flue c o n d o . 2 i n c l u d i n g waaner A dryer Living r o o m h a * doorwafl l o pmrate balcon y c a r p o r t aft for t h a l o w p r i c e o t $55 900 CMI

AT C O P P E R CREEK

553-4800 FANTASTIC PENTHOUSE Land contract terms a v a M b w 2 / 2 batna E i q m s - t * C " h o u s e Wet and w d d p o o l $ 6 4 9 0 0 Aak l o r O a v W Blalt Century 2 1 Pr*rrvere 626-6600 F A R M I N G T O N H I L L S 12th E S T A T E 1 b e d r o o m t b e i h n e u t r a l dacoa a d appkencee * apace-lever micro weaher.'dryer, mirror b i - M d s . welkin closets band* pool fern* c o u r t * carport, dock onto alienor courtyard Greet location $65 900 During busmee* hour* . 427-4749

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FARMINGTON HILLS

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643-0370

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Y o u ' l w o n d e r h o w 1400 s q f l . c a n b e priced at $49,500! Including And e r s e n w i n d o w s , w h i r l p o o l t u b , finished baaement $89,500 (N22BRY)

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473-1127

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taher a dryar in e a c h apartment Carpeting, vertical bknda. deluxe appliances balcony patio swimming pool, t e r m s courts c o m m u n i t y r o o m N e a r shoppsrig

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CANTERBURY PARK 7 M a s R d . corner Mayfield between F a r m i n g t o n ft M e r n m a n A d a

HEAT INCLUOED * R E N T F R O M 1495 SECURITY DEPOSIT $150

473-3963 775-8200 M o d e l o p e n daHy 9 - 5 except Wednesday

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N O R T H V I L L E i ft 2 b e d r o o m a p a r t m e n t s avaSable $ 5 0 5 to $ 5 6 5 p a r m o n t h n c h M k n g h e a t 1 year leaae 348-9250

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PLYMOUTH. Mayflower Hotel. $450 Madison Heights m o n t h DaNy service. 24 hour G R E A T message service Color TV No leases immediate occupancy G R E Creon or Marie 4 5 3 - 1 6 2 0

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Baal value 1 Great location! Minutes f r o m 98-898-27S - Enjoy your privacy ideal 2 badroom. 2 bath. XL s r o e . p a r t e d tor • • Individual laundry wearier 4 dryer Private antrancee W a f c - * l cioeets ' Sell-cleaning i • Froet tree r e i n arator 4

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400 Apta. For Rent

TREE TOP LOFTS

W o n - F r t 10 30-8 30 Sal. ft'Sun. Noon-5 O n G r a n d « ~ e r between Novi 4

• Walking distance to M«o(XMne. restaurants 4 house* ol w o r s h i p • Easy access to 3 expressway* • Hot water

N O V I . sutMet 1 bedroom, large wltft den. waartar dryar. alehmasher, m i crowave. can be t u r m * n e d 4560. N o w I B Sept 30 347-1957

These units are trs*My painted, clean as a whistle 4 offer g o o d values a l great pncas EHO

N. ROYAL OAK - Large 1 b a d r o o m . c a r p e t e d 4 appliance* Plenty o l storage, No p a U N o n - i m o k e r $450 m o heal 4 water Included 540-6336

1 badroom: $535 2 bedrooms: $505 Ask about our specials

OLD REDFORD A R E A • bedroom, air. private parking. 531 -2885

Open weekly 10-« Sal 10-5 Son. 12-5 By appointment Tuaa 4 Thurs

So....Special Imagine bamg so d o e e to a babbling brook thai I M trickling sound o l w a i e r m«s you l o sleep at M f l h l Imagine an apartment with its o w n n e a p i n g loft that opens to t h e living a r e a below T h » one-of-e-kind Uvmg experience la loceled m the cozy vWage o f NorthvWe EHO Flats from $465 L o f t * I r o m $525 Conveniently loceled t o three expressways o n Novi Rd N Of 6 MMe

Parkview

Beneicke & Krue 348-0500 347-1600

Hours: M o n - Thur*. 10-6. Fri. by app o i n t m e n t . S a l 10-5. Sun 12-5

Lovely 1 b a d r o o m a p a r t t n e n t * . starting at $360 Gas 4 water metodad.

NOVI - t oedroom. neutral d e c o r , first floor Available immediately Sublet S415 m o Furniture for sale days, 356-6570 eves. 9 8 0 - 1 5 0 1

WINTER SPECIAL

CONCORD TOWERS 1 4 2 B E D R O O M APARTMENTS

- PLYMOUTH -

• Stove 4 refrlgerelor • Dishwasher • Carport • • • •

BROUGHAM MANOR APTS.

Nearly d e c o r a t e d Smoke detectors Sprinkle- System FROM $405 1-75 e n d 14 Mile Next to A b b e y Theater 566-3355

1 B E D R O O M $445 2 BEDROOM $485 Year Leeae Heal 4 Watar P a r t Adults N o p a l s

455-1215

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348-0626

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356-8844 7600 Werson. Detroit

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Absolutely The Best

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Plymouth Square Apartments 1 BEDROOM APT

• Spacious i 4 2 bedr oom s • Heat 4 Bttnds included • Prrvata balcony

TWIN ARBORS

453-2800

$455 PLUS UTILITIES 0421 MARGUERITE

P L Y M O U T H - A mee 1 b e d r o o m newly d e c o r a t e d , an carpal, heet/ w a t e r / a p p l i a n c e * Prtvele parking 4 entry Pats OK $ 4 2 5 m o 451-0226

(Ofl A n n Arbor Rd. 1 Mock Weal o l Sheldon]

MON THRU FRI 0 TO 5 455-6570

P L Y M O U T H - C o u n t r y Uvmg. immace. 2 b a d r o o m . large b a t h 4 kitchen, appuancee. large yard, free h e a l 4 laundry $650 45S-2748

PLYMOUTH M A N O R APTS

P L Y M O U T H - Lovely 2 badroom, basement, garage, appHancae. walk to I own. excellent c o n d n i o n $700 per m o n t h 453-1353

Outal Distinction C o m f o r t a b l e living spacious 1 * 2 b e d r o o m apts A c o m m u n i t y settn o minuies f r o m d o w l o w n Ptymouth. heat included. FuB a p p k e n c e *

PLYMOUTH HOUSE APTS.

ASK BOUT OUR SPRING SPECIALS

M o d e r n decor m a serene setting

455-3880

Spacious 1 4 2 b a d r o o m a p i * P " v a t e c o m m u n i t y atmosphere Minutes f r o m d o w n t o w n Plymouth Heat Included

A York Properties C o m m u n i t y Plymouth - N TEKRITORIAL-SHELOON -

ASK ABOUT OUR SPRING SPECIALS

S P E C I A L 'A m o n t h security deposit 1 F R E E m o n t h rent, h e a l i n c l u d e d

453-6050

Plymouth Heritage Apts.

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Private E n t r a n c e s Individual W a s h e r s / D r y e r s j Fireplaces D r a p e s Mini-Blinds Microwaves Small Pets Welcome

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455-4721 278-8319 PLYMOUTH Spacious 1 b e d r o o m apartment. hMt inckxM $460 a m o n t h 456-9507

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1 Bedroom A p t s $450 1 Block E of -K>finR Just S of Oakland Mall

585-0580 H A R L O

pontiac ORCHARD LAKE R O A D near Telegraph Beautiful w o o d e d setting. 1 b e d r o o m apt Carpet, Air conditioner, heat included

A P T S .

1 Bedroom A p i $450 Warren. M i c h West side of M o u n d R d Just N of 13 Mile Opposrts G M Tech Center

FROM $375 ORCHARD WOOOS APTS.

939-2340

SPRING SPECIAL

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

$ 3 9 0

HEAT & WATER INCLUDED Spacious I & 2 bedrooms • 24 Hour Maintenance • Carpeting • Appliances

Habr^Bointp tillage A A Pt T M E N T s •PLYMOUTH MICHIGAN ONE * T W O B E D R O O M A P A R T M E N T S $

4 8 2 I N C L U D E S :

BLOONTIFKELD/UNION L A K E S NATURAL WOOOCD SETTING Enjoy individual private entrances, free carport with each Ranch terrace apartment Town houses wrth basements, garages andfireplacesPlu* Balconies Cable T V W a s h e r St D r y e r H n o k - u p (Laundry facilities a l i o available) '

Park a Nature T r a i l S w i m m i n g Pool Tennis Court W a l k - i n Storage i n Your Apartment

M O N T H R E N T

REDFORO TWP AREA COUNTRY HOUSE 1 4 2 b e d r o o m apartments Heat Carpet Verticals K i t c h e n appliances Pool C a M e ready FROM $420 1ST M O N T H S RENT * OFF 533-1121 Hours M o n - Frt 9 - 5

6 7 8 M a m Street

652-0543

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A M B E R GROVE APTS Greal Value 1 2 b e d r o o m apts m Royal Oak F r o m $ 4 6 9 ' m o m d u d mg heet vertical Winds dishwasher 4 morel 6 m o n t h s lease? Ask260-1700

ROCHESTER DOWNTOWN I bedr o o m c o n d o . newly decors t e d 4 c a r p e t e d o u t d o o r pool Heat 4 w s ter Included. $450 m o n t h £56-9584 ROCHESTER DOWNTOWN-Upper 1 b e d r o o m w / n e w appkancae. air. Window furnishing* Access to laund r y 4 p o o l $ 4 9 5 / m o n t h include* h e e l 4 wster Cell Jackie. 543-7459

R O Y A L

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1-800-777-5616

356-6570

SOUTHFIELD FINEST APARTMENTS

THE MT. VERNON TOWNES

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2 & 3 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES r i O M $795 HEAT INCLUDED Luiuriou* 1402-1761 SQ fl town houses featuring Central air condition fu#y equipped kitchen wtth pantry and eatmg area master bedroom suite with W*»in close!. 2% baths - much more1 On Ml Vemon Bi«d (9 » Mile Rd t Just W ot Southfieid 569-3522

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561 KIRTS

729-6520

ONE MONTH FREE

& RECEIVE 2 TICKETS TO HAWAII On Maps* Bareean f a r m i n g t o n 8 Drake

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CHATHAM HILLS

O n O l d G r a n d River b e t w e e n Drake & Halstead Daily 9 a.m.-7 p.m. • Sat 11 a.m.-5 p m. • Sun. 11 a.m -4 p.m

• P - v e i e entrance • utility room l o r storage • Eaay acoeea to major t r e e w a , * « Her l i s I r o m • 7 2 ^

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Cherry Hill & N e w b u r g h Limited S p e c i a l WAYNE - COLUMBUS API S 1 i 8 2 bedroom* treahfy pamiad « I WES'LANO 130C Oepoei' ,wnr apappsancaa «375/S450 Credit -slsr proved credit, Heet ar carpa« «v encea required 328-5207 lercom 2 car parking no pets 1 oedroom t*20 42S-97B9 WAYNE/WESTLANO •

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722-5155

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362-0290

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WESTLAND rvenoy-PalmerL mce 1 oedroom apt iipve,-efigeretor IOW move-«n cor-s t350'mo imme individual mtruaion alarm* CLINTON TWP 791-6444 SQUARE APTS ' Through floor plan wtth 38870 Garfield . over sued window* $ mm binds 2 bedroom - 2 BATH • Pool wtth waterlea & 1-BEDROOM 4 a e r o b e atucfro F R O M S525 APARTMENTS • Clubhouse with large screened UNLIMITED TV > party tecdmes Charming apartment wnih a neighThe EasMsi W*y to Find borhood teeiing needa you We have Rentals Irom M20 a GREAT PLACEI aa emenitie* ol home - mouding •12 WOe between Telegraph shopping and transportation withm 4 Northwestern Hwy walking dietaries Come and itay with u* Greenfield Roed F R E E 1ST MO. R E N T 1 Bloc* N ol 11 Mile NORTHAMPTON APARTMENTS Office open daey . Sat & Sun I Wiser Road near Civic Center of Southfieid Ortve Oehiie 2 bedroom 557-6460 apartment* tMOIBRANOT.

Ambassador East 1 Mk S o u t h ol 13 Mile on G r e e n h e l d Rd Lovely 2 b e d r o o m a p a r t m e n t s New carpet ing. v e r t i d e blinds Free c a b l e REDUCED RENT FIRST 3 M O S L O W DEPOSIT

288-6115

400 Apts. For Rent

novAi OAK'CLAW SON Doggy Doggy where mm you »«e? Al Amber Apartments Pemvawon they ghrei 280-1700 ROYAL OAK * CLAWSOM Fireplace* mrtical Wind* & ion* m many Amber Apts 1 *"2 bedroom* Open Mon . Wed . Frt ftam-ipm Tue» li Thurs «am-6pm A studios Washer'dryar hook-up*' 280-1700 Set 11am-2prri Cloeed Sun Pet? Aak I

N O R T H R O Y A L OAK - C l e a n , quiet little 1 b e d r o o m a p a r t m e n t Great lor 1 p e r s o n Fresh p a m i . new carpel $395 • utilities 547-4981

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400 Apts. For Ront

Bomume O A K B R O O K VILLA 2 and 3 bedroom townttousea Ranging Irom »3M lo $500 Includes 1

SOUTHFIELD

From $455

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• L a u n d r y 6 Storage Facilities

453-7144 Daily 9-6 Sat. * Sun. 12-4

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River s Edge 2 b e d r o o m lusury t o w n h o u s e rental* Resort living 4 beautifully w o o d e d setting on t h e C l i n t o n River 1200 Sq Ft. {tool tennis court, fitness center, a n d n a t u r e trails HsmMn/Crooks R d s Minutes f r o m « * » 5 6 4 1-75 652-8080

PLYMOUTH

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4 2 5 - 0 9 3 0

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ROCHESTER - K i m s h e d . unique l a r g e 1 b a d r o o m apt . new kitchen b a t h 4 decor Rent Include* utilities 4 garage $«70 338-3833

A P A R T M E N T S BY C O N S O L I D A T E D I N V E S T M E N T S

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S200 Security Deposit

Charles Hamlet A p a r t m e n t s

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$ 2 0 0 SECURITY-SELECTED UNITS PLYMOUTH - Spacious 1 4 2 bedr o o m sot-quiet c a m p l e * A p p l i - • FREE HEAT ances. heat included, a * • Large 1 4 2 Bedrooms $445 1 b e d r o o m $465. 2 b e d r o o m • Cable Reedy 346-6077 4S9-2S23 • W a l k - m Closet • L i g h t e d Parking PLYMOUTH - Two - 1 b e d r o o m • j or 2 Year Lease a p i s Newty decorated, f r l o s t o v e , • Intrusion Alarm System dishwasher large closets Near Old GLEN COVE Town Upper unit $500 TELEGRAPH • . mile S of 1-68 Lower unit w/baaement 4 deck $600 • utilities N o pets 3 4 6 - 7 1 4 4 538-2467

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P L Y M O U T H - PARK M A N O R APTS O u M . newly decorated. 2 b e d r o o m . PTOSIS entrance. $460 m o i n c k j d e * h e a l 4 water No p e t * 1 parking apece per a p i * 4 4 Plymouth R d B e T ^ e n V M U l Heggerty 454-6274

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C E N T R A L L Y L O C A T E D IN W E S T L A N D 1 4 2 Bedroom • Fireplaces Available • Pool • Tennis Court • Clubhouse • Central Air • Dishwasher • Disposal • Laundry Facilities Beautifully Landscaped Minutes from Westland Shopping Mall & All Major Highways F R E E

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CANTON - S U N F L O W E R SUB Clubhouse * pool B e a u t t M 4 badr o o m quad. 2 w bath. 2 fireplaces 2 c a r a t t a c h e d g a r a g e t a m e y room/ w e t b a r . air d a e k . > 1 0 0 0 m o . 352-3666; 766-0963

TROY R A N C H caning, ' u s t c fireplece. 2 9 * 1 6 lamHy room 3 bedroom deck, garage $1200 rant with option 4 6 3 7602

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N W O E T R O I T - P l y m o u t h 6 Burt, n i c e area, n a a l 3 b a d r o o m bung a l o w g a r a g a . $ 4 5 0 ' m o „ - security C a H a l t e r 4 p m 534-5466 OLD REDfORO - Extra d a a n 3 b a d r o o m . b a a e m e n i l a n c e d yard, m e e n e i g h b o r h o o d . 1 4 7 5 per m o n t h 533-6756

TAOY - small 2 b e d r o o m remodeled ranch, attached garaga. appkancae, B"fl B a e v e u C r o o k s a r e a $ 5 9 5 * security 7 649-4667 643-0427

BIRMIN C o m p l e t e l y fctfrmshed l o w n houses 20 aeHghttul 2 b a d r o o m i m r t l TV. d a l l e * linens Extendable 30 day leases Great location

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G A R D E N CITY - 3 b e r o o m brick ranch finished b a s e m e n t t i e baths. 2 c a r . g a r a g e r e d e c b r a l e d a new c a r p e t i n g , n o p e t s $ 7 5 0 / m o First, last, c l e a n i n g a s e c u r i t y d e p o s i t 421-8670 HIGHLAND LAKEFRONT M - 5 9 AH S p o r t s W h i t e L a k e F u r nished. 4 b e d r o o m . 2 b a t h new carp e l . a p p l i a n c e s . 1 y e a r lease. $ 1 2 0 0 m o No pats. N o n - s m o k e r 651-7403

W e e t l e n d T o w e r s a 1 Wk W of Wayne Rd between Ford 6 Warren Rda CaH 7 2 1 - 2 5 0 0 W BLOOMFIELO LOCATION L u x u r i o u s 1 6 2 b e d r o o m FuHy furnished garaoa. special from $990 Asaeen m Apt Guide

404 Houeat For Rent A U B U R N HILLS near OU, 3 bedr o o m r a n d i o n •» a c r e . 2 c a r g a r a g a . appliances, no baaamant $675/mo S e t o r e 5 p m 9 5 3 - 0 1 5 6 or 786-9554 6 0 I K L E Y - 1 2 MHe/CooAdge area 3 bedrooms newly remodeled. B a s e m e n t $ 7 0 0 p e r m o n t h 1st last A security 546-2964 BEVERLY HILLS - small 2 bedroom den. laundry r o o m fireplace. 1 * ear garage. appMances No baaamant. n o p a t s $ 6 5 0 m o 16228 KirkstMre 14 M e e / P w r c a 644-4544

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W Bioomfield S W I M . FISH, BOAT O n all s p o r t s U p p e r S t r a i t s L a k e Gorgeous iakefront home, private dock 4 bedrooms 2% baiha. can. tral air. 3.200 sq.ft.. 3 car o a r a g e a morel Available now $2,495 RICHTER 8 A S S O C 348-5100

G E T S BETTER NEWLY DECORATED 2 or 3 B a d r o o m A p t s

B L O O M F I E L D HILLS Live on beautiful Square Lake, luxury c o n d o m i n i u m s . 2 b e d r o o m a . 2 b a t h s , p r i v a t e b e a c h , aH a p p H a n c a a . including washer a dryar. vertical bknds. gorgeous H a w and m u c h m u c h m o r a . D o n ' t rrvss out. $ 1 1 0 0 a m o n t h , c a l l n o w a n d aak a b o u t o u r $ 6 0 0 s a v i n g s CaH 2 3 0 - 0 7 2 0 or 939-2152

B L O O M FJELO M I L L S " h e Heathers. 2 badroom. 2 bath, f i r e p l a c e , g a r a g e . CaH. 882-5003 BLOOMFIELO HILLS 3 bedroom. 2'n b a t h . p a n a H e d f a m f y r o o m , f i r e place garages basement, pool, d u b house $1275/mo 335-4642

NOV! 3 b a d r o o m ranch on 1 3 a c r e s aH a p p H a n c a a s p o t l e s s $ 9 0 0 month 624-0307

B I R M I N G H A M - Charming 2 bedr o o m . d i n i n g r o o m s u n r o o m , fireplace. a n * s t o r a g e fenced yard, garage $750 a month 565-1655

OAK PARK - S h a r p 4 badroom. 2 b a t h b u n g a l o w FuH b a s e m e n t flood s room, garaga $675/mo. C M Mon-Fn. 9 a m - 5 p m 557 57-4970

B I R M I N G H A M - Just unpack and enjoy our updated 2 o e d r o o m 1 bath h o m e Naw dopr wan*, deck g r e e n h o u s e w i n d o w garaoa. baaement wrofftoe $870/mo >37-2445

PLYMOUTH 2 b e d r o o m s , g a r a g e 1 y e a r lease $ 6 0 0 per m o n t h N o p a l s

B I R M I N G H A M R E N T A L that l a d s Uka h o m e 2 B a d r o o m with c u s t o m closets t b a t h naw kitchen overl o o k i n g e m M f a m i l y r o o m wrth deck a lanced yard F M basement 1'* m o n t h s security deposit No pets $ 9 5 0 par m o . plus u M t l e s 644-«748 BIRMINGHAM 1606 Bmwood. near 14 m u a a P i e r c e 4 b e d r o o m s . V * bams 2 car garaga. baeement f e n c e d d e c k , d i s h w a s h e r , r a n g e refrigerator. eirnvng-harschools $900 m o n t h 625-4668 B I R M I N G H A M - 3 badroom rench M * c a r p e t e d drapee. 2 car garage f e n c e d yard, near schools 643-4626 B L O O M F I E L D MILLS T n - l a v d large tread M . family room, 3 bedrooms patios 2'» bath dec* •"apiece No pats «1.200/mo 565-5091 B L O O M F I E L O MILLS Ranch 3 bedr o o m 3 b a t h new c a r p e t a paint 335-2639

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BLOOMFIELD TWP i c h . 2 ' * b a t h fat r o o m , fireplace 2 car egarage cunty alarm $1500 m o 8S1791J BRIGHTON

C A N T O N - F O R RENT OR SALE hear c u s t o m b u m 3 b e d r o o m Of 2 0 0 0 s q ft $ 1 2 5 0 a m o n t h Security "

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T O W N H O U S E S AT Amber's Timber Lodges near Troy Large b a d r o o m a loft, hrepieca Most wtth washer/ dryer h o o k u p s M u s t see t o a p p r e c i ate 280-1700

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R A M S H A W REALTY . Marketing a Management Co Qualified tenants, great results 540-4270

407 Mobile Hornet For Ront F A R M I N G T O N MILLS. 1 bedroom. $ 7 5 per w e e k Security d e p s o i t N o pets Quiet park 442-7887. or Days 751-5590 FARMINGTON LOCATION. 1 badroom. references a security required N o pets C M between 5pm 8 4pm 624-1454 D u p l e x e s

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R O C H E S T E R H I L L S 1400 * ) f l . J b a d r o o m Ranch. 2 baths. b M I M * . M O n > a c r e A u b u r n Rd $ 7 5 0 / m o Reedy CMI. r 543-5244

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S O U T H L Y O N - 2 b e d r o o m newly carpeted appkencas No C $ * 3 0 m o CaH D i a n e ( D a y s ) 443-5400 (Evas > 4 7 7 - 0 5 4 5

FARMINGTON HILLS OM OAEI C o n d o P'Ofe • featuring con t e c h a p p a a L J t e r M e fireplace. cm b a n d s 2 b a a u t f 2 ear g a r a g e w / e u 3ulet n e i g h b o r h o o d fit 553-3033

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R O Y A L O A K N o t e d r i v e by* O M flooring c-wmwd, c s m n g hrepieca m o d e m kttefien I badroom M a * M d o w n t o w n « 7 0 0 V untitles ' m o security S h o w n A p m tat 544-4347 Birmingham 1-* b a n s .

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pats allowed » T i 0 SOUTHFIELO 12 MWe'Frervmn aree 2 b a d r o o m ranch garage s e d u d e d «K. 9 4 7 5 m o n t h rent wtth option 5*9-6440 335-7651 T A Y L O R - 3 b e d r o o n i - « * i h d e n . ges area No pets rage large y a r d A v e e a t n a A p r e l e i 4 5 4 5 - ' m o • se937-0001 cunty -

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OF A R R O R N - 2 b e d r o o m Rat - « m # y d e c o r a t e d n a w f i x t u r e s nmm a p e $ 4 6 5 ' m o C M 4 7 7 - 4 0 4 $ or 943-4100

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S O U T H SHORE Little Glen Lake Beautiful views of S l e e p i n g Beer 3 bedroom, 1 bam. charming cottage New appliances 2 cable color T V s (HBO 4 ShowTime) Boat, beach bikes one family u p to 5. n o pets $450 w e M 703-273-4016

Rentals

A C K E R S RESORT Battle Creek/Kalamazoo Golf, Sailing. Skiing. Fiahmg. S w i m m i n g Canoeing W e e k or w e e k e n d rates 6914 A c k e r s Point R d Delton, Ml . 49046

(616)623-2129 T O R C H L A K E cottage - Traverse ARIZONA LUXURY TOWNHOME I C l t , a r . w 2 bedrooms w e » o s 6 . 1 porch, dock AvsAads m T e m p s 2 slory. 2 beth. 1 bedJune-6ept »SOO/wk 313^66-2334 r o o m fully t u r m e h e d m S e m e Fa d e cor Vaulted cailinga. nraptaca. TORCH LAKE. t s c u z z i . c a b l e p o o l t mon Greal 1ST location across from Tha Points q o " available Juty a n d A u g u s t . $ 4 0 0 per resort $475/wfc 619-755-2713 k Evenings 301-449-4725 B U R T L M a f r o n t Get-sway Beautifully e q u i p p e d + fireplace a d e c k Sailing, fishing a swimming Reserv a t i o n s n o w b e m g tHken 642-7742

T O R C H L A K E , r a n c h h o m e availa b l e w e e k s of 8-10; 4 - 1 7 : 4-24; grest vacation spot $750 week C M D o n

CADILLAC/MANISTEE. Sand Lake, n e w 2 l e v e l ViHa. tuH d e c * , s e d u d e d a m o n g pines o n sandy beach, boat, 6 $750.Wk 313-474-0494 C A L L T H E f r e e 2 4 hour g e t a w a y hotline for vacation properties m Northern Michigan 932-4666 CASEVILLE LMafront cottage. 3 Bedrooma, sleeps 7. sandy beech (517) 8 5 6 - 3 9 0 6 CHARLEVOIX - L M d r o n t condos S l e e p s 2-8 plus, d o s e t o t o w n J a c u z z i , c a t r t e , p o o l , atr 855-3300 363-3845

W E S T L A N 0 - 2 Badroom c o n d o U v o n i a schools, apdlanoas, p o d . heat. $ 5 2 5 ' m o C M Dave 5 2 5 - 7 9 0 0

H A L E - Family g e t away w e e k e n d m the n o r t h woode. 5 b e d r o o m cot lege .ndoor p o d . wooded area 517-345-0711. 517-473-3501

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ROOMMATE WANTE0 2 bedroom 2 bam apartment Soulhfieid Female preferred 25 yrs a older 354-0249

PRIVATE ENTRANCE Bath, clean, furmshed sleeping Via 1-941-275. 5 mile 4 N e w b u r g h , $40 weekly 464-1690

ROYAL O A K - female l o share mee h o u s e with- 2 o t h e r f e m a l e s $ 2 6 0 ' m o 4 1/3 untitles 335-5127

REDFORD AREA • Baeemant room side e n t r a n c e new carpet, w o r k i n g m a l e 3 5 or older K i t c h e n privilegee. $45/wk References 537-4147

ROYAL OAK - female graduate stu d a m seeking female g r a d u a t e / p r o t e a a i o n a i t o s h a r e 2 b e d r o o m Hat. $235/ m o C M Ms Car on 547-5747

R O O M F O R r a n t - FuH h o u s e p r i v i leges For m o r e m i o r m e t i o n cell al ler a p m a n d ask tor S u e 255-7043 S O U T H F I E L D - 12 a T e l e g r e p h G e n t l e m a n furnished, n o n s m o k e r off street p a r k i n g , $40 per w e e k '354-2489 L r v m g

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6 4 4 - 6 8 4 5 30115 Greenfield Rd , S o u t h f i e i d A L L CITIES • SINCE 1976 P A Y N O F E E Until You S M Listings d QUALIFIED PEOPLE S H A R E LIS TINGS ' 6 4 2 - 1 6 3 0 FREE C A T A L O G U E BERKLEY AREA - lemale r o o m m a t e w a n t e d L a r g e r o o m w i t h '.v b a t h n o n - s m o k e r $ 2 5 0 per m o n t h C M Cheryl 543-2475 BIRMINGHAM, professional female non smoker. 2 Bedroom I M bath apt . washer dryer, p o d $325 p l u s 449-3726

FARMINGTON HILLS - Nonsmoking p r o f e s s i o n a l l e m a l e 10 s h a r e l u x u r y 2 bedroom. 2 bath apartment with same $313/mo 474-6243

T R A V E R S E BAY CABIN. 2 bedroonii^ lieeps 6 M conveniences b a c k y a r d s a n d y b e a c h , g r e a t tor k i d s S u m m e r ranting n o w Plymouth. 455-4925

FARMINGTON HILLS - shars 3 bedr o o m i n level. 2 car a n a c h e d gar e g e . 2 p a t i o e an a p p l i a n c e s $ 5 0 0 / m o n t h Dennis 347-3147 FEMALE roommate needed IC s h a r e F a r m m g t o n t-hrts t o w n h o u e e H a a l t h y p e e c a f u l l e n v i r o n m e n t , port e d for prdessionai non-smoktno young adult 471-2619

T R A V E R S E C f T Y EnfOy a s p n n g break or a s u m m e r vacation Separate cozy cottages on Lake Leelanau B e e c h a harbor For ervations C M eves 614-946-9457

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p«oe C o n d u c t s g r o u p e n d training s e m i n a r * m g p r o c e d u r e e on-aH t o p r o m o t e poaftfva. eftoctive programa o i membership lapqrttng MinHnum 2 years In a h n a n d M or %ierfcMmg service area, m d u d a i g oral p r s * * n t s l i o n a RaqMiaa hmNy J e • M o p e d l a M p f t o n a s e r v t d n g Saaibtnty. tect a n d poiaa K n o w l e d g e o l PC M i d Lotus t - 2 - 3 la b e n e f l a e l Ex ) b e n e f i t s Reepond m confidence to: HUMAN RESOURCES/FR P.O. Box 2 2 3 S o u t M l e l d Michigan 44037 An EquM O p p o r t u n i t y Employer FITNESS E V A U L A T I O N F i a n k k n Fitneea 4 Racquet C m b la seeking a * e i f - m o t r v s t s d service n u n d e d individual wrt c o m m u m c e t i o n skMs M u s t Strong a c a d a m w f o u n d a t i o n m exercise s c i e n c e / p h y s i o l o g y Appfy m p e r s o n M o n t h r u T h u r * afler 1 t a m a a k - f o r Stmrs Fenby/Fitneea • v e c t o r 29350 Northwaelern Highway Southfieid

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RETIREE - F a r m m g t o n HMs - Lrvom s area q u a l i t y - p a r t t i m e consultn e e d e d tor quality assistance analyst s u p p o r t M u M b a t a m l i s r wilfi F o r d M o t o r C o F M E A p r o grams. C a l M o n t h r u T h u r s 9 - 3 473-9305 ROOFERS NEEDED Working foreman 6 experienced r o o f e r s M u s t nave o w n t r a n s p o r t a tion 961-6363 ROOM ATTENDANTS F u l 4 p a r i l i m e g o o d salary 4 bsneM s A p p f y m p e r s o n Hobday Inn. 3 8 1 2 3 W 10 Mile at G r a n d River Farmingion Hits An Equal Opportunity Employer ROUTE DRIVER Jom s growing d (M i Mt rrttbbuu tl o r tor lc sales. delivery a n d A s p t o y of dairy p r o d u c t s Posithra a t t i t u d e a n d a C- 1/CDL-B Experience helpful S e n d r e s u m e to R o u t e Driver. PO Box 3 8 1 0 6 D e t r o i t . 4 6 2 3 8 RUSTPROOFER F u l t i m e Mart immediately N o e x p e r i e n c e required Must have g o o d drtvwo r e c o r d D e t r o i t area 476-0640

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SPMNKLER SYSTEM INSTALLER Some expartneca helpful Hourfy wage b a s e d o n e x p a r t n e c a T r o y 6 6 0 - 1 0 6 2 or 9 6 7 - 0 6 3 7 S T O C K P E R S O N - self s t a r t e r , s h i p ping 4 receiving able to run s m a l business M o c k r o o m fufl t i m e H o w a r d s Beeuty 476-1955 STORE M A N A G E R S l o 4 2 4 0 0 0 Previous e x p e n e n c a m h e e f t h 4 b e a u t y a i d s g r o c e r y etc Employment Canter mc * ^ i » - c »

TELEPHONE INTERVIEWING M a r k e t reeeerch hrm s e e k s mdnndu a t t for p a n l i m e D a y 4 E v e n i n g W o r k in d t v id u a M m u s t h a v e e x c e l lent p h o n e s k M s T y p i n g a n d c o m p u t e r e x p e r i e n c e • Pkis i d e M tor h o m e m a k e r s . s t u d e n t s , i stir aea a n d re-en taring the to*> market No I l e i involved C a l Sandy lOam827-4021 •days

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