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Stay tuned Who needs Tom Brokaw or Dan Rather to inform you of election results Tuesday night? So if you want to know the latest in local races, tune your television to cable Channel 8 for "Local Election ' I t , " Omnicom of Michigan will produce the program. The coverage starts at 7 p j n . and will focus on candidates in Plymouth, Canton and NorthvlUe »A«rfi«k ft towns nips. Coordinator Richard Perry also plans interviews with professors, journalists and staff members of candidates to be broadcast during the coverage. Exit polls also will be conducted and the results relayed on the air. A computer, under the direction of David Zmich, will be used to Jazz up the statistics and results.

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By Susan Buck staff writer Canton voters head for the polls Tuesday to make decisions that will affect their township and their country for the next decade. Polls are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Doris Kelley, the township clerk's secretary, expects a similar voter turnout to that of the presidential election in 1984. About half of the township's registered voters turned out for that election, she said. In addition to selecting either Michael Dukakis or George Bush for president, Canton voters will choose between longtime Rep. William Ford, D-Taylor and challenger Burl Adkins, R-Southgate. for U.S. Congress. Ford represents the 15th congressional district, which includes Canton Township, Westland and Garden City. Also, incumbent State Rep. Gerald Law, R-Plymouth, goes against challenger Democrat Jeanne Stempien

While most children viewed Halloween as a time to pig out on Snickers, Milky Ways and Pes, two Canton residents decided to take a different approach. AmyBurlson and Alisoo Kidd went to bat for the Humane Society. The girls bought . pumpkins and painted the orange to look like ghosts,


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Canton voters will decide Tuesday whether to approve a 20-year, 1.2mill tax increase to pay for an $8 million community center. For the owner of a house with a market value of $80,000, the average price of homes in Canton, taxes would go up by $48 per year if the increase is approved. "I'm not a prognosticator. but I have been hearing too many good, positive things from people." said Mike Gouin, superintendent of parks and recreation- "It's been a long time coming." The ballot question has been in discussion for more than a year As early as 1979, township officials began considering the prospect of such a center, Gouin said. Some 73 percent of Canton residents surveyed last year by the parks and recreation department said they wanted a multi-purpose

"We want Bush!" they answered, holding aloft blue and white BushQuayle signs while behind the vice president, area Rebublican candiFor one day of the 1988 presidendates took up the cheer. tial campaign, the "L-word" was Bush's appearance at 4:55 p.m. — Livonia. 20 minutes earlier than scheduled — "We need that mainstream manfollowed brief addresses by L. date," candidate George Bush told Brooks Patterson, Rep. Carl Pursell. cheering area supporters who filled and "Welcome Back Kotter" star the Schoolcraft College gym in a ralGabe Kaplan. ly Friday. SOME WAITED nearly an hour in light rain for the gym doors to open. Once inside, they took seats on risers or chose to stand and face the stage where "Bush '88" was spelled out with hundreds of balloons. Holding a Bush-Quayle sign, Livonia Buchanan sixth-grader Rodney Peteis said he liked Bush because "we'll probably be safer with him." Tom Sprader of Livonia, a furniture mover, said he liked Bush because he is pro-life and for a strong defense. "He steered out of the wimp image; he's beating Dukakis hands down," Sprader said. Bush campaign volunteer Rita Michel, 26, a Detroit nurse, observed that the vice president had attracted mostly an under-30 crowd. "The economy's good, they're all in school." she explained In his 15- minute address. Bush emphasized his usual campaign themes — no new taxes, a cut in federal spending and a reduction of poverty by creating private sector jobs He heralded new unemployment figures released Friday, 5.3 percent, the lowest in 14 years," Bush said, JOHN STORM2AND's«»ff photograph* his voice rising in volume * "I do represent the mainstream — family, faith, neighborhood . . . " he e n c e . i n t h e c o l l e g e g y m n a s i u m . S u r r o u n d i n g added, cheers drowning out his voice t h e p o d i u m a r e s e c u r i t y g u a r d s a n d p h o t o g r a - on the public address system. PREDICTTBLY, NOT everyone phers.

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For township treasurer, Democrat Carol Bodenmiller is running against Republican Gerald Brown, a oneterm treasurer. At the trustee level, six candidates want to fill four slots. In the running are Democrats Matie Ostrum and Edwin Rasmussen Jr., and Republicans Elaine Kirchgatter, John Preniczky, Robert Shefferly and Henry Whalen Jr. Voting questions can be directed to the clerk's office, 397-1000.

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Winter may be an its way tmt the Crickets will still be hopping Canton's extremely popular preschool program for ages S and 4 is accepting applications for the winte session, Jan. SO to June S. The cost for the 17-wesfe session is |0*. Crafts, games, story time, special and trips will keep the stow

or George Bush for president, Canton voters will choose between longtime Rep. William Ford, D-Taylor and challenger Burl Adkins, R-Southgate for U.S. Congress.

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community center. A swimming pool was No. 1 on residents' wish lists. "I'm convinced that the survey was accurate." Gouin said. IF APPROVED, the community center will be built behind "anton Township Hall at Canton Cente.- and Proctor. It would include a pool, a gymnasium, banquet and meeting facilities, an indoor running track and workout areas. There are no plans for an ice arena. Total annual operating costs for the community center are pegged at $335,000. This figure was obtained after review of the actual 1987 operation costs for the Westland Bailey Center and the Inkster Recreation Complex. Both facilities are similar to the proposed Canton community center. A conservative estimate of annual revenues is between 1100.500 and $167,500. "I'll look forward to Wednesday, no matter what," Gouin said.

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The decorated pumpkins were then sold to residents in the area. The $30 raised will go to the society. "Both girls have pets of their own and have a strong desire to help animal*" said Loonie Burlaon.

By now you are probably tired of trudging off to Plymouth or Wayne to pick up the latest reading materialWell, your traveling days will soon end. The Canton Public Library will open its doors to the community. A private reception is scheduled for noon Sunday at the new library, 1200 S. Canton Center. A dedication program will follow at 1 p.m. At 1:M p.m., a flag-raising ceremony and ribbon-cutting ceremony will

from Northville for the Michigan House — 36th District. Democratic incumbent James Kosteva from Canton squares off with David Dossette, R-Romulus, for Michigan House — 37th District. Four state proposals also will be addressed. e Proposal A to restrict use of tax funds for abortions for persons receiving public assistance. e Proposal B to include crime victims' rights in the state constitition. e Proposal C to authorize bonds for environmental protection programs. e Proposal D to authorize bonds for state and local recreation projects. At the local level, the township clerk post is up for grabs. Trustee Loren Bennett, a Republican, and Democrat Cindy Burgess seek to replace Linda Chuhran.

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'He steered out of the wimp image; he's beating Dukakis hands down.' — Tom Sprader Livonia resident was thrilled with Bush's appearance in Livonia. Schoolcraft spokeswoman Saundra Florek reported "some nasty telephone calls" about the large Bush-Quayle balloon displayed on the college grounds to advertise Bush's campaign appearance. Lenore Higgins, a secretary in the Hawthorne Center one block away, said "It looks like Schoolcraft College has a poliucal sign on city and state property." Florek responded: "The college would be just as hospitable if Dukakis were coming." Because some organizers only found out the day before that Bush was coming to Schoolcraft, a flurry of activity preceded the event. Starting Wednesday, when the visit became official, former Republican state Rep Jack Kirksey, now community education director with the Livonia Public Schools, was recruited to suggest area sites where the rally could be scheduled. "They were looking at the Bentley High School gymnasium, the Churchill High School Auditorium, Livonia Roma Hall, Schoolcraft College and Bishop Borgess High School," Kirksey said. Bush's staff settled on Schoolcraft because of its access to the expressway system," Kirksey said, "the Please turn to Page 3

Bush wins 2-1 over Dukakis in mock high school election Rep Carl Pursell, R-Plymouth, 678 votes to Lana Pollacks 510, and State Rep. Gerald Law, R-Plymouth, If it were up to students st Centen- 719 votes to Jeanne Stempien'i SOS. Proposal A, which would rastdct nial Educational Park to elect a U • I JUL I • • I M *' ' A nk n nmm the nee of tax fundi for abortions for women on public assistance, passed lornorTOWj QMy fl George Bush by an overwhelming 0S1 to 042. Students passed Proposal B, which margin. . would include crime victims' rights In a mock election at Canton and in the Constitution, by 774 to 111. Salem high schools last week. Bush Proposal C, which would authorise topped Massachusetts Gov. Michael bonds for environmental protection Dukakis, l i t to St7. programs, passed 147 to 140. About M percent of the 4,ISOAnd students also approved Promember student body voted. posal D, a plan to authorise bonds Other winners included Sea. Donfor state and local recreation projald Riegle. D-Mich., who collected 71S votes to Jim D a n ' s 407; VS. By M.B. Dillon staff writer

ects. The vote wss 701 to U 0 ' A 1.2-miU tax lncresse to pay for s community center in Canton was defeated. 171 to l i t . A Wayne County propoesl to prohibit gambling failed, 117 to 171 while s 1-mlll .tax increase for special educstion in Wsyns County 704 to 52* ELECTION RESULTS I oath-Canton mirrored the ABCs Good The Scholastic News, a for turn to Page 4




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Hospital, high school support 'Safe Rides' Alcohol-related auto accidents are the number-one cause of death among young people 15-19, according to the National Council on Alcoholism. In fact, approximately 14 teenagers die every day in alcobol. related auto accidents. • That's a problem that the WayneWestland school district and Annapolis Hospital in Wayne are trying to handle. The district serves southeast Canton. [ The hospital's substance abuse deit and Wayne Memorial High Jhave recognized the problem of teen drunk driving in the Wayne-

Westland area and have pulled together to do something about it, said officials of the two organizations. They are supporting Safe Rides, a program Initiated by the Boy Scouts of America that provides a safe, free, no-questions-asked ride home to any high school student who has been drinking or who might be in a position to be riding with a drunk driver, said Bradley Casemore, substance abuse director at Annapolis. The program is ran by teen volunteers from the high school and adult supervisors. Safe Rides is offered every Friday and Saturday night be-

tween 9 p.m. and 1 a.m. for teens in the Wayne Memorial School District, which encompasses five communities. The Safe Rides' number is 7216800. A team consists of three teens and one adult volunteer to work each shift at the Safe Rides base, in the Peoples Community Hospital Authority complex on Venoy and Annapolis. However, teens handle all the calls and pick up riders themselves. "With all the problems teens face with alcohol and drugs, the Students Against Drank Driving chapter at the high school wanted to do some-

thing about it," said Darlene Scott, Wayne Memorial assistant principal and Safe Rides coordinator. "Kids today find it real hard to say no, despite the television campaign. We're attempting to provide a way to save lives." "What's great about the program is that it's ran by teens for teens," said Casemore. "Teens feel a little more comfortable asking their peers jfor help than asking adults, whom they may have a hard time trusting And. in volunteering for the Safe Rides program, the teens are also sending an import-

ant message to their classmates." Encouraging use of the program is one part of the substance abuse services Annapolis Hospital offers to young adults, Casemore said. STATISTICS indicate that about 50 percent of Safe Rides calls involve alcohol in some way, Casemore said. This could mean that the student calling is either a potential drunk driver or might have been a passenger with a drank driver. Most other calls come from baby sitters who feel uncomfortable accepting a ride home from a partially intoxicated parent, or from a student

Canton doubles budget for legal fees By Diane Oato staff writer Planning and zoning problems have forced the township to approve another $140,000 for legal fees, meaning it could spend more than twice what it spent last year. The additional^ money was approved by trustees recently to cover expected overruns, said John Spencer, Canton finance director. The add-on boosts the original allocated amount of 1297,500 to $437,500 for attorney costs. LAST

1213,336 for legal fees* " The planning and zoning issues are running higher (this year) than anticipated . . . and they were going over the budget." said Spencer, explaining the motivation for the $140,000 amendment. "We don't expect to spend ($437,500) much," said Spencer. He predicts the township will spend closer to $300,000 for legal fees by December. Attorney costs are budgeted in various township funds, like water, police and fire. Legal fees from the water fund will be about $20,000 less this year than last, because the town-





ship is no longer involved in a Supersewer lawsuit. Spencer said. Supersewer is a multico mm unity plan to provide expanded sewer capacity, Spencer said. Canton pulled out of that program and booked up with Ypsilanti Community Utilities and Northville. THIS YEAR, review and legal questions on a Canton solid waste landfill proposed by Wayne Disposal ate a large chunk of the township's attorney fees. David Berry, the principal attorney representing Canton on the land-

fill issue, said a lot of research and discussion has been required. Approval for the dump is pending at the county level. "Negotiating with the county and Wayne Disposal on potential host community compensation" has taken -time. sa id Be Iry of Gust, Klein, VanZile. The firm represents the township in zoning and planning cases. "We've spent a lot of time on Wayne Disposal, there's no question," said Berry. He emphasized, however, that the township has incurred iegal costs on a number of other zoning and land use issues.

"I think the present board has the feeling the next board ought to deal with it (landfill issue)," said Berry, declining to predict how the newly elected board will a c t Canton has allocated $195,000 for legal fees in 1989. That includes nances and general legal opinions and $25,000 for labor, Spencer said. C. Gerald (Judd) Hemming of Nora, Hemming, Essad & Polaczyk gives the township legal advice and works on ordinance issues. Fitzgerald, Hodgman, Cox, Cawthorne & McMahon mainly handle labor cases for the township.

Community relations is Visibility prompted Chamber move focus of school meeting By Susan Buck slaff writer

If community relations and P l y m o u t h - C a n t o n Community Schools is a topic that interests you. you may want to attend tonight's school board workshop at the administration building, 454 S. Harvey, "We will be looking at the internal and external publics the schools are working with. We will analyze the relative importances of them," said Richard Egli, administrative assistant for community relations. A recent survey of PTO groups showed a majority of responding parents think communication between school administrators and PTOs needs to improve. The workshop will start at about 8 p.m., following a 7:30 p.m. spec i a l m e e t i n g on e m p l o y e e grievances, Egli said.

Prior to hearing comments from the audience, the board will "consider the activities we're presently doing — such things as board members speaking with PTOs, newsletter materials and that kind of thing," added Egli. "We will be looking at the materials we currently have and making the board aware of t h a t We'll consider the kinds of messages people are getting. "I think this will be an opportunity t o take a total look at the communications process within the dist r i c t " said Egli. "One of the board goals is to improve communication, so that's why it's very timely right now. It's important that they (board members) review things now so that we can improve communications throughout the year."

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stopping into the office," said Joan Bolek, executive director. "We were located across from the high school and shared the building with a little resale shop." The chamber hosted a grand opening celebration last Wednesday. An organization for local business officials, the chamber offers a variety of services. The group has a welcome packet for new residents and provides information for people who are planning a move to Canton. This includes

who needs a ride home from an unsuccessful date or boyfriend/girlfriend fight. The Safe Rides program has been successful in 70 other communities around the country, he said. The program in Wayne began the weekend of Sept. 30. Scott said the program's biggest battle right now is getting the word out . Student volunteers have given out business cards, put up posters and broadcast the Safe Rides phone number during school announcements. But, she says the success of the program doesn't lie in numbers, but in lives saved. "If we get one call, we're successful." For more information on the program, call Scott at Wayne Memorial, 595-2200, or Casemore or Laura Greba at Annapolis Hospital, 4674167 If you are a teen needing a ride home on a Friday or Saturday night, call the Safe Rides number at 7216800 All rides are confidential, said Casemore.

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HERITAGE SQUARE RESIDENT Robbi» Sertin, who lived in a unit across from Zukowski's, was eating dinner on his couch when the blast occurred. "It blew me a good 10, 12 feet in the air. I thought it was thunder and lightning." said Perrin, 33. "I landed on my face. I got up, and I seen flashes through the curtain. I heard screaming and I saw my neighbor on fire. "He was diving right through the picture window. The skin on his arms was all peeled back and his hair was gune: "Me and another guy threw him down on the ground and rolled him to get the flames out. It was like a Channel 20 movie," said Perrin, standing in wet stocking feet without a coat in the cold and drizzle outside his smoking apartment building.

BILL BRESLEfi/M*ft photograph A f i r e t h a t b r o k e out F r i d a y a f t e r n o o n at H e r i t a g e S q u a r e A p a r t m e n t a in P l y m o u t h s e r i o u s l y i n j u r e d Guy Z u k o w s k i , 25. He s u f f e r e d b u r n s to 50 p e r c e n t of h i s b o d y .

PERRIN SAID he and others reentered the apartment building and made sure everyone was out Dense smoke and flames shooting 40 feet into the air prevented them from rescuing all the residents' pets, be said.

Zukowski owned a janitorial service, and Perrin was to begin working for him Saturday morning, Perrin said. Damage to the apartment building, owned by Joseph Dylag, was initially estimated at $150,000. A dam-

By Carolyn DoMarco staff writer At least one area attorney hopes the bumper stickers Judge Edward Avadenka is handing out as punishment to repeat drunk drivers won't stick. Others with an interest in the unusual punishment think it may be a good idea And the ACLU will consider the issue. Avadenka, who is new to the 48th District bench, began recently to sentence convicted repeat drunk driving offenders to post a sticker on their bumpers that reads "Convicted: Drinking & Driving. RESTRICTED LICENSE." The punishment is handed out in addition to fines,-probation and jail time. As of Monday two convicted drunk drivers had been sentenced to put the sticker on their cars. "The response has been largely affirmative." Avadenka said. "•There've been a couple of detractors who think it's not enforceable." One of those detractors is Birmingham attorney Robert Larin who specializes in defending clients accused of drunk driving. Larin vis-

A 48th District Court judge began recently to sentence convicted repeat drunk driving offenders to post a sticker on their bumpers that reads 'Convicted: Drinking A Driving. RESTRICTED LICENSE.' ited Avadenka last Friday to check out the sticker and told the judge it was ill-advised from his point of view

"THIS CAN REALLY cause some problems," Larin said, saying the law was making a public mockery of people and would cause defendants who would normally plead guilty to demand a trial. "This is to disgrace people. In small towns they put the names of drunk drivers in the newspaper. This is the same thing." He also objected to the inconsistency of the sentence. Only drivers who do not share a car with other

members of the family would be sentenced to display the sticker, avoiding embarrassment to spouses and teen drivers. Larin said if one of his clients was ordered to display the sticker, "There would be hell to pay. I'd hand out (anti-sticker) stickers in protest of the scarlet letter . . . He's (Avadenka) a decent fellow, well-intentioned. Like any new judge or teacher he wants to do something significant. Judges with a great deal of experience haven't resorted to this." Avadenka said he first heard of the unusual sentence in a magazine and that the idea originated in Florida. He admits the bumper sticker idea hasn't caught on with his fellow district judges Edward Sosnick and Gus Cifelli.

patient services for Henry Ford Hospital's chemical dependency centers, said any consequence for excessive drinking the legal system imposes can be used therapeutically. She said the sticker could be a negative factor that brings an alcoholic into treatment, creating a positive result. "The worst thing the legal system can do," Marquis said, "is to look the other way at repeat drunk driving offenders. Obviously Judge Avadenka is not going to look the other way. That in itself sends a message."

Pat Stanton, past president and a member of Birmingham Bloomfield Families in Action said. "It could be humbling . . I hope For many drunk drivers it's difficult to be humble. Kids see time and time again adults getting away with drinking and driving with 'ittle consequence. This could be a way to point out that there are consequences and give them something to think about." HOWARD SIMON, director of the

age figure on the second building was unavailable PLYMOUTH POLICE were assisted by units from Plymouth Township, Canton Township. Northville Township and the city of Northville

American Civil Liberties Union in Michigan, said his group has not yet taken a stand but will take a look at the problem "We're trying to figure out if we have a position." be said. "It would seem to be a bit of public humiliation It's part public humiliation and part a warning to the public." The sticky issue will be placed on the agenda of the next ACLU meeting. scheduled for Nov. 17

"THIS IS TO grab some attention to the problem. It's a provision of probation so that repeat offenders will Recognize they have problems that must be addressed," he said. "Hopefully it will be an attentiongetter. There are only two or three clubs we can hold over the drunk driver — license, fines, jail time. It's a big problem." Annette Marquis, director of out-

The fourth annual used sports equipment sale is scheduled 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Dec. 3, on the third floor of township hall, 1150 S. Canton Center. Sellers can bring their equipment to township hall between 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1 Those bringing the equipment set the price and keep the

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On Thursday at the college, Robert Wielechowski's physical plant staff worked overnight laying tarpaulin on the gymnasium floor, actting up the stage and more "I think everyone seems kind of excited, it's good for the school." Clarenceville High Band Director Tony Altovilla - his hand also appeared - and Superintendent Michael Shi bier agreed that no matter what candidate you favor, this was a good opportunity for the students to see the campaign op close.




The official causes of the fires were undetermined. Personnel from Consumers Power, the Plymouth Fire Department and Michigan State Police were still investigating Monday morning. Witnesses of the Heritage Square fire said Zukowski had pulled a stove away from the wall to retrieve a fallen salt shaker. Sometime later, he lighted a cigarette, causing the explosion.

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VIOLA SHISLER of Plymouth was among those watching firefighters at the scene in Old Village. "My sister lives in those apartments." Shisler said, pointing to a building kitty corner from Heritage Square. "She called me and told me it sounded like the explosion had happened right outside her back door. It was terrible. "You couldn't see down this road, the smoke was so bad, and flames

were coming out of the windows. "We saw one woman crying. She said she was losing everything she had." Shisler said. Barbara Moore was standing on Mill Street without a coat in wet stocking feet, her kittens. Ace and Pricsilla. in her arms. "I live in the center building," she told a reporter, referring to the middle of the E-shaped apartment. "All of a sudden there was a tremendous explosion. The whole building rocked. Everyone ran out to see what the problem was. Flames were shooting out of the roof." Moore said the explosion caused TBe~wail of one apartment to cul*lapse into the neighboring apartment, which was occupied by a young girl and her mother. She said both escaped injury. BETSY MYCEK lives in the Milltowne Square Condominiums next door to Heritage Square. "I was just driving around the corner when it blew," said Mycek. standing on her front porch under an umbrella. "Flames were reaching toward the exterior of our building. I" just left my car in the street and started screaming through the streets "

WHEN CLARENCE VILLE High cheerleaders beard they would appear at the rally, "We were all really excited," said senior Jenny Styes. "We're just going to go in there and be spirited," she said.

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the building,'' said Foley, standing in wet stocking feet in the rain outside the charred building Foley said the three braved dense smoke and fire, trying to find whomever might be left in the units. He said he and saw a badly-burned man sitting outside the 30-unit apartment building while the fire was still raging. "I busted through a window and climbed through," said Foley, who received treatment at the scene for a deep gash to his arm. "I chased a dog and got him out from under the

bed. "I went back to try to get a cat from another apartment, until a police officer told me to get out." Robbie Perrin, a 33-year-old Heritage Square resident, also was searching for people and animals. Perrin said Guy Zukowski. a rescued resident who was tfcsdly burned,. told him someone was still trapped inside "He .said someone else was still in another apartment," said Perrin. "I jumped through broken windows to look for people. I had jumped through the rear window of one apartffient because a cat was But I had to hTglriall It out of there because flames were coming through."

adaptability to make It a secure setting for the vice president." Next, Kirksey lined up local bands to perform at the rally, as a 20member Bush advance team handled details, which included finding 4,000 balloons to be released from the ceiling during the rally.

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The funeral of Sue Ann Eh£rline. a prominent Plymouth Realtor, was just a few hours old. A wake was in progress at a Mill Street condominium Friday afternoon, when next door, in the Heritage Square Apartments, an explosion sounded that shook the neighborhood. Eberline's son. Derek Davis of Plymouth, her brother John Davidson from Connecticut, and John Foley, a friend from Northville, ran outside to see the the apartments engulfed in flames.

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residents stayed with family or friends Five units were gutted. Three others received minor smoke and water damage. Aluminum siding on the condominium next door was damaged.

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about the second fire, which gutted a "garage-type s t r u c t u r e " behind Plymouth Cab Co. at 454 N. Main after the fire began at about 11:15 p.m., Sincock said. Two firefighters were treated for smoke inhalation in that fire. The building was occupied by an older man, who was not injured. Sincock said. All of Heritage Square's approximately SO residents were evacuated. Five were given rooms at the Mayflower Hotel Friday night. The other

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*' Their research shows students, ' voting in mock elections nationwide, elected Bosh by a landslide. * If the past is any indication, students have once again predicted who w next president will be. ' ' "Since 1M4, students have pre' dieted the winner correctly in every • election," said Sollett Icia. Good -Horning America computer researcher. Neither the winners Dor the low *oter turnout surprised folks at CEP. "1 think a lot of people don't like ; Michael Dukakis," said John Onns' by, a Canton ninth-grader. "A lot of my friends like Bush. He's done a lot .. of stuff for our country. And he's >. been vice president, so be knows bow to handle things." «*<*

For many of the students who voted in last week's mock election at Centennial Educational Park, the ballot presented no problems, thanks to a class called Close Up Mike McCauley and Bill Gretzinger, who team-teach the hands-on government class to sophomores, juniors and seniors, scheduled presidential debates, visits from candidates and panel discussions on ballot issues Last week. Salem's upper auditorium was draped with red. white and blue Bush-Quayle and DukakisBentsen signs. 'Tax Hike Mike" posters, placards and bumper stickers. * Teams of Bush and Dukakis supporters debated issues ranging from .abortion to the homeless, drugs and neighborhoods, education and student loans, taxing churches, defense, jobs, the death penalty, health care for the elderly, tax hikes, and the Strategic Defense Initiative.


"MOST STUDENTS really didn't care. They didn't think much about it. A lot of people didn't know about • it (the mock election)," said Traci Orrys, a Canton senior. Salem senior Meriditb Strean worked the electioo as a voting di"I think that probably, most people voted for Bush because their parents are voting for Bush," she said. - - Andy Lesko, a Salem senior, didn't expect Proposal A to pass "I was surprised. I thought A would be a big deal," he said. Christina Trout, a Canton senior, and Bridgett Kane, a Salem senior, -agreed that Bush woo because he's the candidate most of their parents support "I voted for Bush because the Democrats we've had in office I don't like. Plus, my dad's job goes ; down every time the Democrats are ; in office," said Kane. MIKE McCAULEY and Bill Gretxinger, who team teach a goveminent class called Close Up. said students do a good job of reflecting their parents' viewpoints. . "I think the results reflect the leanings of students' families." said Gretxinger. "In a Republican area such as this district, I think we basi' cally have to come to grips with I that" ; "There were a lot of students who • did not understand the proposals," L said McCauley. "particularly the first one. I was astonished that that passed. It was close, but I think that was because they didn't understand the issue." The wording of Proposal A is such \ that many students probably voted t "just the opposite of the way they J, wanted to vote," added McCauley. •v "It's a classic trick that's been I played on the public." J The ballot proposals take more • . time to read than students and regisI tered voters want to spend, added v McCauley. "I don't think the average voter I will wait three hours while their compatriot votes," be said. v Name recognition also played a • big part in the choices student voters * made, McCauley added.

"BUSH IS against abortion, right9 What is he going to do with mothers who have abortions, send them to the electric chair 7 " asked a Dukakis supporter "Why not?" came the answer from the Bush camp. "It's murder. Dukakis wants to kill innocent babies, but have prisoners go free on the streets. Isn't pro-choice giving them the right to kill?" McCauley and Gretzinger said stu-' dents "have tended to mimic what each candidate has said They reflect

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the media and their parents very well." Like their mothers and fathers, students favor the country's use of "a giant Visa card," said McCauley "People want a strong defense, social security for their grandparents, help for the homeless. Medicare, and federal roads. Yet in the same gasp, they want a balanced budget and no tax hikes Bush and Dukakis reflect that contradiction." he added. CLOSE UP, a program subsidized by the federal government, emphasizes hands-on learning experiences, said Gretzinger "Our purpose is to inform people about the problems we have," he said. "We have all the candidates from all the political parties come in We go down to the courthouse, to Canton Township'Hall, to the dumps, soup kitchens and the Rouge River We went to the University of Michigan to meet with a professor who works on the unclassified part of Star Wars. "Two hundred students are going to Washington to meet their senators and congressmen in March." in Washington, students visit Congress and federal agencies. They attend seminars and quiz government officials, lobbyists, policy makers and reporters in small workshops, students meet their counterparts from states across the country. "It's a terrific program." McCauley said. "It's open to students with all levels of ability."

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Jail conditions better; question is, how much? By Wayna Paal staff writer

"CONDITIONS AREN'T the same." Ficano said. "Then, we were arguing about unsanitary conditions, now. we re arguing about whether inmates have sneakers to play basketball " Key changes, according to Ficano: • Inmates are no longer housed three-to-a cell. A 1971 Wayne County Circuit Court finding stated one inmate in many cells slept on the floor, often without a mattress or blanket. • The jail suicide rate has decreased substantially. In 1971, the court found the jail's suicide rate "substantially higher" than that of Jackson Prison Since 1985, Ficano said, there have only been three suicides in the 1,700-inmate jail — substantially lower than the rate for the general population. Ficano said. Improved psychiatric care for inmates is one of the reasons, sheriff's department officials said. • Sanitary conditions have improved In 1971, the court found cells infested with rats and cockroaches, Now, Ficano said, the jail routinely receives pest control services.

Wayne County Sheriff Robert Ficano repeatedly has said conditions at the county jail are improving; on Thursday he showed a group of reporters and elected officials why. The sheriff led reporters and a group of elected officials from Belleville, Detroit and Harper Woods on a tour of the original county jail and four-year-old Andrew C Baird Detention Facility Though the sheriff's department routinely conducts jail tours, the visits have taken on new meaning in light of an attempt to wrest the jail from Ficano's control and put it into the hands of a court-appointed monitor. Attorneys representing prisoners in a 1971 lawsuit against the county recently requested the change Ficano wasted little time in drawing comparisons to conditions detailed in the still-unsettled 1971 prisoner lawsuit.

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LEG CRAMPS IN ARTHRITIS Arthritis often brings m u c h strain on muscles as pain to 4 joints. When knee or ankle joints, b e c a u s e of inflammation, cannot move efficiently, then t h e leg muscles, which initiate and control joint motion, a r e p l a c e d under s t r e s s During the day when you must move, the leg m u s c l e s are forced to work At night, when d e m a n d s upon them a r e e n d e d , t h e exhausted m u s c l e s m a k e their protest known. The leg m u s c l e s s p e a k out' by way of night c r a m p s The c r a m p s occur b e c a u s e of e x a g g e r a t e d c o n t r a c t u r e of t h e muscle to a normal motion such a s bringing up your knee or rolling over your leg Extreme fatigue b r o u g h t on by the day's s t r e s s c a u s e s the m u s c l e to lose its ability to control t h e amount of c o n t r a c t u r e required for t h e body m o v e m e n t undertaken The result is intense a n d prolonged muscle c o n t r a c t u r e . J h e leg c r a m p with attendant s e v e r e muscle pain Taking additional medicine for t h e c r a m p s of arthritis is e x p e n s i v e a n d useless; moist heat is the best i m m e d i a t e t r e a t m e n t Long term t h e r a p y d e p e n d s on ^control of the underlying arthritic condition ^

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Solid a n d t o x i c w a s t e i s s u e s a r e a m o n g the most pressing facing America. Levin said

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overs t h a t pollute the Rouge R i v e r D a v a n z o s a i d , but the s y s t e m s h o u l d n ' t b e c o n s i d e r e d the rivers major polluter. " U n d o u b t e d l y , t h e r e will be s o m e thing t h a t will r e q u i r e m o r e a c t i o n t h a n w e ' r e d o i n g now At soro^ p o i n t , w e ' r e g o i n g t o h a v e to look a t o f f line ( w a s t e ) s t o r a g e , " he s a i d " B d t o n e of t h e w a y s i t ' s not going t o b e s o l v e d is t o b e a t u p on D e t r o i t . " D a v a n z o t o l d l i s t e n e r s he h a d k personal i n t e r e s t in the river's cleanup ^ " I ' m o n e of only a few p e o p l e w h o ' v e c a n o e d t h e Rouge, fell in a n d s u r v i v e d . " he said.

posed banning out-of-state g a r b a g e , its n e w l y p r o p o s e d solid w a s t e m a s t e r p l a n would o p e n c o u n t y l a n d f i l l s only t o t h o s e c o m m u n i t i e s t h a t promise to substantially r e d u c e their solid w a s t e o u t p u t

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L e v i n is b a c k i n g s t a t e Sen. L a n a P o l l a c k in t h e a r e a ' s m o s t h o t l y contested Congressional race Pollack. D-Ann A r b o r , is c h a l l e n g i n g G O P inc u m b e n t Carl Pursell for the seat.


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" W E ' V E G O T all t h e p r o p e r t y we need, e x c e p t f o r a p i e c e n e a r F r a n k lin V i l l a g e . " D a v a n z o s a i d Work h a s a l r e a d y b e g u n on a w e s t e r n W a y n e line t h a t w i l l e v e n t u a l l y e x t e n d f r o m t h e J o y ; N a p i e r a r e a of w e s t e r n P l y m o u t h T o w n s h i p s o u t h to t h e N a p i e r / C h e r r y Hill s e c t i o n of western Canton Township Western Wayne's w a t e r pressure problems. Davanzo said, a r e caused by t h e a r e a p u m p s t a t i o n a t T e l e graph and Eight Mile T h a t station, k n o w n a s t h e w e s t s e r v i c e c e n t e r , diverts w a t e r n o r t h w a r d to Oakland

County, simultaneously reducing p r e s s u r e l e v e l s in w e s t e r n W a y n e . " C o m m u n i t i e s in w e s t e r n W a y n e a r e n ' t g e t t i n g a s m u c h p r e s s u r e as they s h o u l d . " D a v a n z o s a i d Davanzo discussed w a t e r issues b e f o r e t h e S o u t h e a s t M i c h i g a n Council of G o v e r n m e n t s l a s t T h u r s d a y . S E M C O G is a n i n t e r g o v e r n m e n t a l a g e n c y r e p r e s e n t i n g c o m m u n i t i e s in Wayne, Oakland. M a c o m b . Livingston. M o n r o e . St. C l a i r a n d Washtenaw counties

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have notified the Detroit W a t e r syst e m t h e y w o u l d seek r e s t r i c t i o n s , possibly an a r e a w i d e w a t e r - u s e ban. if l a s t s u m m e r ' s c o n d i t i o n s r e t u r n The Detroit system. D a v a n z o said, is o p p o s e d t o w i d e s p r e a d w a t e r - u s e bans. "Cutting w a t e r use in G r o s s e Pointe won't get w a t e r to Novi." Dav a n z o said. "The p r o b l e m i s a l a c k of water mains." T o w a r d t h a t end, t h e s y s t e m w i l l soon b e l a y i n g lines in b o t h O a k l a n d and Wayne counties. The new Oakland County m a i n w o u l d e x t e n d d o w n A d a m s R o a d in Troy and e a s t / w e s t across Bloom-

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PARENT C O N F E R E N C E S Thursday, Nov. 11 — Canton and Salem High Schools parent conferences will be held 6-9:30 p.m. They Will be held in the Canton gymnasium (Phase III) for Canton and in the Salem cafeteria for Salem, and all teachers, counselors, and administrators will be present Parents who have to see teachers in both buildings will need to walk between the two facilities. The staff will be seated in alphabetical order. Parents are encouraged to limit their conference to 5-7 minutes if other parents are waiting to see a particular teacher. If additional time is needed, schedule a conference for a mutually agreeable time or check back with that teacher later in the evening. In order to avoid parking and traffic problems, parents whose last names b^gin A-L are encouraged to come between 6 and 7:30 p.m., and parents Whose last names begin M-Z are en* couraged to attend between 8 and 930 p.m. This will alleviate some of t^e waiting time to meet with staff.

T h a t line, h o w e v e r , is a t l e a s t t h r e e y e a r s a w a y Until then, resid e n t s in w e s t e r n W a y n e C o u n t y a n d o t h e r low p r e s s u r e a r e a s m a y c o n tinue to f a c e w a t e r bans. S t a t e health d e p a r t m e n t officials

LOW W A T E R pressure forced wat e r r e s t r i c t i o n s in L i v o n i a . R e d f o r d

Township and Westland last summ e r , w h e n r a i n w a s s c a r c e a n d 100 degree temperatures plentiful. A n e w w a t e r line, s t r e t c h i n g a c r o s s Troy, Bloomfield Township and eventually heading south t o w a r d w e s t e r n Wayne, will p e r m a n e n t l y inc r e a s e p r e s s u r e in t h e a r e a , reducing t h e n e e d for f u t u r e r e s t r i c t i o n s , s a i d A C. D a v a n z o , a s s i s t a n t d i r e c t o r of o p e r a t i o n s for t h e D e t r o i t s y s t e m .

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Our choices for election A N T O N R E S I D E N T S going to t h e polls T u e s d a y h a v e m a n y decisions to m a k e . J T h e y h a v e t o s e l e c t a p r e s i d e n t and d e c i d e which ttay t o vote on the controv e r s i a l a b o r t i o n issue. F O t h e r ballot p r o p o s a l s include e n v i r o n m e n t a l $ o n d s , inclusion of v i c t i m ' s r i g h t s in t h e s t a t e constitution, a property tax increase for special •education a n d a p r o h i b i t i o n on g a m b l i n g in ^ a y n e County. m Rpprpspntafivps





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IF YOU'RE an avid reader of the works of the late T.S. Elliot, recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1948, it's a pity you weren't among the audience on a recent Sunday morning to hear one of America's finest scholars, Plymouth-born Russell Amos ,Kirk, discuss from a church pulpit "The Christian Imagination" of this noted poet, playwright, literary critic and essayist. Kirk came down f r o m his home at Mecosta in the stump-country of mid-Michigan to appear as guest speaker at First United Methodist Church of Plymouth. I didn't know in advance what his topic would be, but having heard him in several settings, I was interested in learning what such a strong convert to Catholicism might say to a Methodist audience. NO DOUBT a few acquaintances of my own who were in the congregation were shocked to find me in their midst with tape recorder in hand. But in retrospect, they would have to agree that on this day the man who leaped onto the national scene with his book. "The Conservative Mind," in 1953 — the seventh revised edition of which is now in publication — wore his ecumenical hat. and wore it well. , It was three days before Kirk's 70tb. birthday. In his typical scholarly way, our "American Cicero" even provided listeners with an insight into the musical hit, "Cats." The musical was based on Eliot's 1939 work, "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats." THOMAS STEARNS Eliot was bom in St. Louis in 1888. In 1927 he

became a British citizen. He died in 1965 a f t e r a career that saw him become one of the most influential literary giants of his time. Kirk became one of his biographers with publication of "Eliot and His Age" in 1971. He said he considered it appropriate to discuss his friend "in the centenary of his birth." "More than any other man of letters in this century. T.S. Eliot succeeded in persuading a good many educated and discerning people that the Christian religion might be regarded as a credible body of doctrines." Kirk said. ."IT IS not that Eliot fancied poetr y could do duty for religion, but rather that his religious imagination opened the eyes and comforted the souls of many who had been seeking for images of truth. "The reason why Eliot's poetry moves us to think deeply on the claims of Christianity is that Eliot degree, dreaming the high dream. It should be understood that when I speak of Eliot's imagination. I do not mean that slippery word "intuition.' for Eliot was uneasy with the claims for intuition and his own creative imagination did not spring from private revelation of prophetic seizure. "There was no so-called inner voice, no computer-like private conscience. In large part his imagination amounted to the jigsaw puzzlelike capabilities of the intellect, a multitude of little evidences falling into place gradually so that in the end one discovers powerful and concurrent reasons for belief even though one cannot consciously tract the intricate process by which conviction was brought about."

through bifocals Fred DeLano LATER, KIRK said Eliot held imagination to be "the eye of the soul His critics, the speaker said, have been overwhelmed during the past decade by feline dance and song in the music of "Cats." "How is it," Kirk asked, "that these comical persons have risen to such high estate"> It never could have been Eliot's expectation that his cat poems, dramatized, would reach audiences larger by far than the combined total of persons who ever attended performances of his own plays? Indeed, that more people would pay for costly tickets for ?ats' than ever had bought his books during his lifetime 7 "I suggest, in short, that the united audiences of 'Cats' on either side of the ocean have sensed the moral imagination of Eliot in the frenzied swirl of the cats. He was a man eminently sane, a man of vision In his words. Men have forgotten all gods except usury, lust and power I can truthfully say his communication is tongued with fire beyond the language of the living " No less a publication than the Wall Street Journal once said of Russell Kirk that his "wide erudition enriches the fruits of his imagination." I wonder where next I'll encounter a sample of the fruit? Wherever, it will be a pleasure.

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Where did spirit go? To the editor: After attending a recent Salem High School football game (at home) I felt it necessay to write this letter. Our son was fortunate to have played for Salem for four years, so

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my husband and I decided to attend the game and visit with friends and parents. We always felt that the role of the school band is to entertain, be supportive and participate during the game. After the playing of the National Anthem they were not heard from until halftime. After their performance, a majority of the band m e m b e r s and parents left. _


bands preliminary competition will take place Saturday. Finalist bands will be announced at 4:30 p.m. and the finals competition begins at 7 p.m. The 15-member judging panel is represented by people from New York to California. Among the judges is Michale Cesario. He serves on the faculty of State University of New York and has been the visual coordinator and design consultant for several drum corps. Cesario also designed the uniform worn by the Plymouth Centennial Educational P a r t Marching Band. Other bands participating in the Grand National Competition who compete regularly in the Michigan Competiting Band Directors shows are Westland John Glen, Milford Lakeland, St. Clair Shores Lakeview. Linden. Montrose. Durand and Flushing.

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The Plymouth Centennial Educational P a r k Marching Band will join m o r e than 50 bands participating in the 1988 Bands of America Grand National Championship Competition at the Pontiac Silverdome Friday and Saturday. Competing bands will represent Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Pennsylvania, New York Tennessee. Mississippi, Wisconsin, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Oklahoma. The P C E P Marching Band is scheduled to perform in preliminary competition at 9:45 a.m. Saturday. This is the fourth year the band has competed in the national championship. The past two years it has placed in the top 15 bands. P r e l i m i n a r y competition is scheduled f r o m noon until 8:30 p.m. Friday. Twenty-eight bands will compete Friday and the remaining





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State school chief calls for district 'equity' the destiny of a child and all that entails be tied up with whether there's a Detroit Edison plant a mile away? That's ludicrous. There has to be some equity," Bemis told the administrators during the afternoon session last Monday at the Airport Hilton. Bemis, the former superintendent of the Utica district, has been state superintendent since July 1. Current proposals in the state legislature on school tax reform call for an increase in the state sales tax from 4 to 6 percent and a reduction in property tax. The proposals also call for an increase in funding to have-not districts.

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State Superintendent Donaid Bemis said that current spending inequities between have and have-not districts must be eliminated. tax reform. "I'm tired of going to local Rotaries and hearing 50- and 60year-old white males telling me that nobody did it for them, that they earned what they have. When people tell you that all you have to do is pull yourself up by your bootstraps, I say 'that's baloney!' "I'm here to tell you that Don Bemi^ didn't pull himself up his own

bootstraps. Don Bemis- wouldn't have graduated from college and neither would a lot of us if it hadn't been for the federal government and the GI Bill. They got federal loans for their homes and all sorts of entitlements, at)d then they tell you people should pull themselves up by their bootstraps. "We didn't make it by ourselves in

this country. We made it in this country by helping each other." Bemis used the city of Poctiac as an example of where the system has broken down "The state limits homeowner school-tax assessments to 50 mills. Pootiac residents are already at the limit, but because of a drastically reduced industrial tax base, the district can spend just $3,500 a student a year, while surrounding districts sperxf |5,000 and more. "That isn't fair. That isn't equitable," said Bemis. "We have to look at school financing in terms broader than 'how does it affect me?' or Michigan and this nation won't survive . . . We must have a new spirit of cooperation among school districts and superintendents. We have

to have a new spirit of cooperation among the government units that serve the people. "We can't continue with one third of our students being educated in sub-standard conditions. It's that clear. It's that direct. The kid who is being undereducated in Carroll. Michigan today is going to come and live in Romulus, and he's going to take from society." Bemis said that last year, 15,000 high school students in Michigan graduated from districts that offered no advanced language instruction and no advanced math or science. "We can't afford that as a state and we can't afford it as a nation." said Bemis.

No increase predicted for federal school spending • y Tom H*nd«raon staff writer

ton in Romulus, with discussions on such issues as educaUon and the federal budget; the changing role of the computer in education; and current federal legislative and regulatory issues involving elementary, secondary, post-secondary and vocational education. More than 100 educators from throughout the 15th (Canton, Garden City, Westland and part of Livonia) and 16th (Dearborn, Trenton and downriver) attended the meeting. The next day. Ford and Dingell held a conference for area municipal leaders. The conferences, which have been going on annually for more than 20 years, are held in Michigan during election years and in Washington in alternate years.

Local educators received two messages last week at an annual conference with Washington officials and education experts. One they were already aware of — federal spending on education dropped dramatically during the Reagan years. The other came as no surprise, either — no matter who the next president is, don't expect much of an increase in support from Washington. The conference, co-sponsored by U.S. Reps. William D. Ford, D-Taylor, and John Dingell, D-Dearborn, was held Monday at the Airport Hil-

The highlights of the education conference: e In his opening remarks, Ford praised today's students. "I've been talking in schools for years, and the kids today are as attentive and polite an audience as I've met in schools in a long time. I don't know why that is — maybe bigger bats in the principal's office." • U.S. Sen. Paul Simon, D-Illinois, dropped by the conference and made a stirring speech in support of more federal aid for education. He said that the federal government currently spends 10V« times more on interest on loans than it does on public education. "No one can tell me that's rational," he said.

He said there are more school districts in the U.S. than there are physics teachers, and that "fourth graders in Botswana have more foreign language training than the average U.S. college grad. As H.L. Mencken said: " 'If English was good enough for Jesus Christ, it's good enough for me.'" e Andrea Boiling, assistant vice president of the American Association of Community and Junior Colleges, said that while payment on interest on the national debt increased six-fold under Reagan, spending on education declined. In 1981, defense spending was 23.2 percent of the federal budget and spending on education was 2.5 percent In 1988, defense spending had grown more than

16 percent, to 27 percent, while spending on education had declined by more than 30 percent, to just 1.7 percent of the budget. Of Reagan's eight budgets, six had decreases in spending on education. The two increases came during national election years. Speaking of the gap between defense spending and education spending, Boiling quoted Thucydides, the Greek historian: " 'A nation that draws too broad a difference between its warriors and its scholars will have its thinking done by cowards and its fighting done by fools.' If that's the case, we're in big trouble." • Gordon Raley, assistant executive director of the American Voca-

tional Association, told the educators that it was time to examine the emphasis placed on academic education. He said the American system should mimic the European and Asian systems, which funnel more students into vocational training earlier in their academic careers. • Don Bemis, the new state superintendent of education, told the group that he will be more communicative with loc^l educators than has the state superintendent in the past. "You aren't going to like everything I'm going to have to say . . . but you will know what I know," he said. "In the past, there was a dearth of information from Lansing to give local administrators a basis on which to make decisions."

Council looks for members The State Department of Mental Health is accepting nominations for membership on the Citizens Advisory Council of Walter Reuther Psychiatric Hospital. The council is a voluntary group empowered to meet no less than quarterly to advise Reuther director Jshn Reynolds on administrative palicy and programs and to monitor ptograms, recipient rights issues and tlfe hospital's operating budget. To be considered, people should forward a letter of interest and biographical information by Wednesday, Nov. 23 to: Lois Brennan, staff liaison, Mental Health Advisory Council, Michigan Department of • e n t a l Health, Lewis Cass Building, Lansing 48913. For more information, call (517) 373-6590



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Forget about 'cute' School has been back in ses- . sion now for a few short weeks and already screams of despair can be heard coming from the kitchen. "What do you want me to pack for your school lunch?" A few of the major newspapers have recently published stories about how to be creative when packing a school lunch box. Gimme a break. Just how creative can you be with peanut butter and jelly? Yea, sure, these publications will give you paragraphs upon paragraphs about how to turn these brown paper bags into a Jewish deli, but check out the recipes. One of the major discrepancies I picked up on was that the recipes called for using Dijon mustard, homemade herbed mayonnaisse and those cute little mini-corns. My kids would trade a sliced turkey on sourdough with French mustard for a PB&J (peanut butter and jelly) on Wonder and would throw in a free milk. Let's face it. no matter how creative you try to be with kids' lunches, most kids are just as happy to settle for a slice of cold pizza and an apple "So what am I supposed to do?" you ask. FIRST OFF, put yourself on the same culinary plane as your kids. No sense cooking first class when something from a super-saver coach fare will suffice. Kids aren't interested in opening a plastic Alf lunchbox and having a half pound of pastrami leak out of half-apita. Plastic Tupperware-type containers were made for creating sand castles in the sandbox. not for holding a jambalya. Anything that remotely resembles carrot or celery sticks will be hidden by any fourth-grader, only to be tossed out on the way home or fed to the rabbits in Mr. Roberts" science class. Beware of any recipe that calls itself ants-on-a-log. Who in the heck would even dare eat an ant, let alone on a green log? (For those of you who haven't yet read anything that resembles a kids' cookbook, ants-on-a-log is a strip of celery stuffed with cream cheese and sprinkled with raisins.) Speaking of raisins — they belong in oatmeal cookies or in bags of trail mix. not in those nerdy little boxes that you can never get your fingers into.

Meal that came from the Indians By Larry J a n e e s p e c i a l writer



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A ripe bananas, mashed V* cup vegetable oil cup honey 1 cup whole wheat flour H cup cornmeal *4 cup wheat germ 1 teaspoon cinnamon Vt teaspoon nutmeg teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon baking powder teaspoon baking soda Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Combine dry ingredients and mix well. 2 eggs Add milk, vegetable oil and egg and stir to mix. Pour the batter into a lightly greased 9-inch square baking Combine all ingredients in the orpan and bake for 22 minutes. der given and mix well. Spoon into a prepared muffin pan (with or withCORNY OAT BANANA MUFFINS out papers) and bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. A "natural" treat EASY CORNBREAD 1 '4 cups all-purpose floor cup cornmeal '4 cup sugar 2 teaspoons baking powder Vi teaspoon salt 1 cup milk •4 cup vegetable oil 1 egg, beaten


CRISPY-HERBED PERCH cup cornmeal •4 cup flour '4 cup parmesan cheese 1 tablespoon Good Seasons dry Italian salad dressing mix V» cup milk •4 cup corn oil 2 pounds fresh perch fillets Combine dry ingredients and mix well. Set aside. Dip perch in milk, then roll in dry seasoning mix. Set aside. Heat oil in a large skillet until hot, add perch slowly and reduce beat to medium. Continue cooking perch until golden, flip and cook for an additional one minute. Remove and drain.

Polenta popular in past, present

SIT DOWN with the little boppert and plan out a weekly lunch menu. Incorporate the kids In preparation as much as p^siblp Today, folks are content to keep the kids quiet in front of the boob tube, but how about spending IS minutes together In the kitchen? Not outside stimuli, no music, no interruptions. Heck, even if you just make a few PB4J*i together, you can share tome stories about the garbage your mom used to fix you when you were a kid and had to walk to school in snowdrifts three feet

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TWO DIFFERENT processes are used to make cornmeal, one called a wet milling and the other called dry milling. Both processes are used extensively The wet milling process involves taking cleaned kernels of corn and soaking them in water. The water is drawn off and the corn germ is separated from the kernel. After the germ has been removed, the remainder of the corn kernel containing starch, gluten and bran is screened, and the bran i* removed.

For bread, muffins, even perch

So what's a lunch packer supposed to do? It gets pretty expensive passing along three bucks everyday for Mickey D s (McDonald's), and you know the little guys won't eat a salad. They'll just pig out on burgers and fries. Yours truly wishes he could hire s o m e o n e like J u n e Geaver (Beaver's mom). You never beard Wally and the Beeve complain about their lunch. Of course, nowadays, people like June Cleaver charge more than three bucks a day and I don't own this paper-yet

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A LL THIS HOOPLA about polenta being the trend food of the "80s, not to mention the resur/ gence of cornbread as a true comfort food, really wouldn't be happening right now if the Indians had not introduced plain old-fashioned cornmeal to the early settlers. As a matter of fact, the corn that the Indians taught the early settlers to grow was flint corn and not, contrary to popular belief, sweet corn on the cob. The kernels of flint corn are comprised of small amounts of a soft starch, which is completely surrounded by a large quantity of hard starch. The kernels are very hard and lend themselves well to grinding, hence the making of cornmeal. So where would chefs like Guiliano Bugialli and Jimmy Schmidt be without cornmeal? Tbey certainly wouldn't be cutting crescent shapes of polenta, helping resurrect the cornmeal industry. Up until last year, the cornmeal industry was relatively content with an occasional hype on the use of cornmeal. especially concerning its "natural" status and enriched varieties, which some flower children of the '60s would sneak into muffins to help make them more nutritious for children. Now, however, with the rush to make polenta —

and, as Momma used to call it, johnnycake — corn- * meal sales have risen dramatically. SO WHAT else can be said about something as basic as cornmeal? Well, for beginners, did you know that cornmeal comes in four basic colors? The major grocery chains will stock basic yellow and white cornmeal. But as you venture into the Southwest. you will notice more of an availability of cornmeal in not just yellow and white but also in such colons as blue and red. These all hail from the same kind of flint corn. However. some of the kernels are different in color, with the nutritional makeup staying pretty much the same.

OA* OCAN/aOT | a~ aia — a- »» t I ,l|. Marie and !'•*c TO COOK Inefi • PvClBfijfi with Stuffato Miato VItello (Italian Veal S t e w ) , f o r guests. By Oerl Rlnechier special writer


Food trends come and go. but the Northern Italian specialty, polenta, has been a popular dish since the first century. Food historians like Waver!y Root tail us that the earliest version of polenta, a simple cornmeal porridge, was named "puis" by the Etrascans who made It with wheat grain since cornmeal was not yet available Down through the age^ polenta hat remained a staple food throughout moat of Northern Italy. Polenta. Is yellow cornmeal that It boiled la water with salt aad stirred constantly It's often eaten hot with honey aad i

served at room temperature In slices like bread. Today, polenta Is appearing on menus la trend-setting restaurants across the country Including Detroit's Rattlesnake Ctah aad Punchinello's la ~ Polenta's versatility provides any cook with aa •ted number of ways to ssrvu i t It can be daep fried M a garnish or made Into a pie. such as polsats peattodate, which has a rich filling of smofci the broiler for a savory i MARIE AND JOHN Osborne of been setting their guests PolsaU a VltaDo (veal stew) since they wore first married. Mar turn to P a g e S

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grains while you stir constantly. Always stir in the same direction. Cook over low heat for approximately five minutes or until the mass begins to pull away from the sides of the pan as you stir. Remove the saucepan from the heat and stir vigorously Add one cup Parmesan cheese SFID continue stirring. Add egg yolks and mix well Rinse a jelly roll pan with cold water and shake it to remove most of the water droplets. You want the baking pan to be moist, so don't dry it. Using a rubber spatula, remove the gnocchi mixture from the saucepan and spread it evenly onto the jelly roll pan to a thickness of approximately inch. Set the gnocchi mixture aside. Melt the remaining butter in a small pan. Using a pastry brush, spread the melted butter evenly onto the gnocchi mixture. Sprinkle the remaining Parmesan


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After an hour of cooking, the polenta is poured onto a cutting board in a mound to cool at the dinner table The polenta can be cut with a knife when it is no longer steaming "It's much easier to cut with a long piece of cotton string." Marie said. Often the Osbornes will begin their dinner party with an Italian anUpasto plate or individual servings of cooked meat tortellini, which have been to—cd in olive oil, garlic and chopped parsley. This is usually garnished with julienne slices of roasted red pepper

Mane said. "The secret of a good polenta is to cook the cornmeal for a long time." One of the signs of a sufficiently cooked polenta is the crunchy crust, which builds up on the sides of the pot She also mentioned that her family would argue over who got to eat the crust. "It's considered a real t r e a t " Mane warned that cooks should be careful while stirring the bubbling polenta and watch out for hot splashes She said the pot of bubbling polenta resembles Mount St. Helen's when it comes out of the pot.

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lenta. Her mother was born just north of Venice, Italy, where polenta is an everyday dish; she prepared polenta often for her family when Marie Mazzacco was growing up in Warren, Mich. Now, Marie has two children of her own, Robert, 2, and Domenique, 8, and a third child arriving in February. She and John enjoy entertaining in their lovely suburban home and find polenta an easy, yet unusual dish to prepare for guests The stew can be made in advance but the Osbornes prefer to make it fresh and bring it to the table directly after cooking. John and Marie prepare and cook most of their dinners together, when he is not busy with his work as

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. Then the starch and gluten a r e removed by centrifugal force. In addition to making cornmeal, the wet milling process also produces corn starch, corn sweeteners and corn oil. THE DRY milling of corn is generally less involved than the wet milling. Two basic processes are used, degerming and nondegerming. In the degerming process, the hull, germ and endosperm are separated, and this process is used for making .corn flakes, corn grits, corn flour and feeds. In the nondegerminating process, the entire kernel is ground, with the resulting product being an oily flour that is subsequently used in the mass production of baking products. MOST COMMERCIAL cornmeal

is made from flint corn processed with the germ removed This makes for a more shelf-stable product, usually fortified or enriched with nutrients. If all this weren't enough to confuse you when you enter the market, you will also notice little ol' Aunt Jemima pushing yet another variation of cornmeal. the self-rising variety. This specific blend of cornmeal and leavening agents (baking soda and salt) is used for producing a lighter variety of cornbread and can be used when making cookies, pancakes and waffles, for a lighter texture. I've had polenta, and, to tell the truth, it doesn't knock my socks off I'd much rather have a fresh hot slice of Momma's johnnycake right from the cast-iron skillet, topped with a hunk of sweet butter

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VIRGINIA MARCH FOSTER Funeral services for Virginia March Foster. 83. were Nov 2 at First United Methodist Church of Plymouth with Frederick C. Vosberg officiating

Local a r r a n g e m e n t s were by Lambert-Vermeulen FuDeral Home Mrs. Foster died O c t 20 at Sinai Hospital, Detroit She was born J o e 20.1905 She was a homemaker . Survivors include her husband. Cedric E.; daughter. Marilyn Carl of Plymouth, three grandchildren; a brother, Raymond Brayer of Detroit a sister Dorothy McDonald of Sangatuck; and a niece and a nephew. Burial was in White Chapel Cemetery. Troy Memorials may be made to the American Lung Association.

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C A S S TECH • The class of 1968 will bold a reunion Saturday, Nov. 26. at the Westin Hotel in Detroit. For more information, call Martina at 822-5605 (evenings), Pam at 885-2574 (evenings) or Jim at 543-7303 (days).




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B I R M I N G H A M GROVES The class of 1968 will hold a reunion Friday. Nov. 25, at Fair lane Manor in Dearborn. For more information, call Lorraine Lome at 9650150 or J o (Mercur) Fetsco at 5457124


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WHOLE F R U I T is passe What kids wants nowadays are those miniboxed juice drinks. If you're concerned about quality, look for 100 percent pure juice products.-Freeze them and toss into a lunchbox with everything else. By the time the bell rings, the juice will be defrosted and your kids will be drinking their fruit allotment instead of sitting there all em harassed while peeling a banana or, god forbid, eating applesauce. I'll be the first to admit that lunchboxes are not my favorite things to stuff but, with a little ingenuity and imagination, you can at least make a nasty chore into something somewhat enjoyable. Try these recipes, and if you have something that your kids like, pass it along. I'll print the best. Bon Appetit!

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CANTON NEWCOMERS 1 The Canton Newcomers Club will b«i]d its annual Charity Auction at 7 p j n . Wednesday, Nov. 9, at Plymouth-Canton High School, 8514 N. Canton Center Road, Canton Townsi}p Proceeds from the auction will to Hospice Services of Western Wayne County Inc. For further information, call the hospice office at 528-4244 or Kim Birsen at 397-3970. •


. The Clarenceville Athletic Booster Club will sponsor a c r a f t boutique frOm 10 a.m. to 5 {>.m. Saturday, flov. 12, at the school. 20155 Middlebelt, Livonia. More than 150 c r a f t e r s will attend. For more information, ca$I 473-8926. •


Rosedale Gardens Church will have a craft show f r o m 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12. at the church, Hubbard and West Chicago, Livonia. For more information, call 422-0494. •


St. Vincent dePaul will have its Christmas Gift Sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at St. Vincent Ferrer Church. 1071 E. Gardenia, near 1 1 4 Mile, Madison Heights. Admission is $2. For more information, call 567-1910.

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• LINCOLN PARK METHODIST First United Methodist Church of Lincoln Park, 1734 Fort Park, will have an arts and c r a f t s show from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12. For more information, call 928-5250.

NORTHWEST YWCA The Northwest YWCA will have an arts and c r a f t s fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13. The Northwest YWCA is at 25940 Grand River, Redford Township. For more information, call 537-8500.

available for a Christmas a r t s and crafts fair f r o m 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Nov. 12, at the Redford Lutheran Church, 22159 Grand River. Redford. For information, call Debbie at 531-9358 or Pat at 534-2552.

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STOTTLEMYER S C H O O L The 14 th annual Stottlemyer Christmas Boutique will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at Stottlemyer Elementary School, 34801 Marquette, Westland. For more information, call 595-2630. NEWBURG UNITED New burg United Methodist Women will hold their annual c r a f t fair from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at the church. 36500 Ann Arbor Trail, Livonia. Admission is free.

H A R R I S - K E H R E R VFW Harris-Kehrer VFW will hold its annual a r t s and crafts bazaar Nov. 12 at the VFW Post, 1055 S. Wayne, near Avondale, Westland. For more information, call 326-3323 or 7228053.


Ss. Simon and Jude Church in Westland will have its annual boutique Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 1213. Tables are available at $20 for both days. For more information, call 728-4333 or 421-9084

WHITE H E A T H E R The White Heather Club. 150 Vester, Ferndale, is renting tables at $15 each or two for $25 for its arts and c r a f t show Saturday, Nov. 12. For information, call Marion Nowak at 421-4578.

S T . PAUL LUTHERAN The Lutheran Women's Missionary League of St. Paul Lutheran Church will have a Christmas Boutique and Santa's Workshop on Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 12-13. To rent a table, call 421-6704.

ST. MICHAEL St. Michael Christian Women's Guild will bold its annual arts and crafts show f r o m 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, in the parish activities building on Hubbard Street in Livonia. Crafts by 40 artisans will be on sale. •

BULMAN NURSERY Bulman Co-Op Nursery ,will have a holiday c r a f t auction and r a f f l e Tuesday, Nov. 15, in Hull Elementary, 34715 Lyndon, Livonia. A night for two at the Berkshire Hotel in Southfield is one of the prizes.

• HERNY F O R D COMMUNITY COLLEGE Henry Ford Community College Alumni Association will hold its third annual holiday arts and crafts

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MIDDLEBELT NURSING Middlebelt Nursing Centre, 14900 Middlebelt, Livonia, will hold its annual Granny Patch Bazaar from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday-Friday, Nov. 17-18, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. Nov. 19. Proceeds will benefit residents of the center.

tween Grand River and Pembroke, Redford Township. Homemade arts and crafts, bake sale, snack bar and raffles will be featured. •

ST. ANTHONY St. Anthony Catholic Church in Belleville will have a Christmas arts and crafts fair from 10 a m . to 8 p j n . Saturday, Nov. 19, and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m Sunday. Nov. 20, at 409 W. Columbia. Belleville. Table rental is $10 for both days. For more information, call 697-2538 or 697-8822

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• ST. PAUL C H U R C H O F CHRIST St. Paul Church of Christ will have its annual Christmas c r a f t show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12 Tables are available. For information, call 278-7270 or 5622805

boutique from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at the college's student center in Dearborn. More than 60 artists and crafters will participate. Admission is $1.

ST. AGATHA St. Agatha Women's Club will hold its Christmas Boutique from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov, 19, at the church. 19750 Beech Daly Road be-

SENIOR C E N T E R Livonia Civic Park Senior Center, 15218 Farmington Road, will have its annual Christmas c r a f t boutique f r o m 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Dec 2. Table fee is donation of a $10 c r a f t item to benefit S C A N For more information, call 522-2710.

GRAHAM S C H O O L The Graham School PTA is renting tables for its c r a f t show Dec. 3. For more information, call 595-6781.

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care cost containment and the cost benefits of improving employees' health and lifestyles. "During 1988, premiums for many health care plans increased f r o m 10 to 30 percent and the outlook for 1989 is no better," said Samuelson. "In some industries, health care costs account for as much as 65 percent of the a v e r a g e payroll. "'EVERYBODY HAS heard horror stories about how much of the cost of

a car is attributable to health benefits and employee absenteeism." said Samuelson. "These horror stories a r e now occurring in virtually every industry." According to Samuelson, American businesses have become very sophisticated about health care costs during the past five years. "Companies have aggressively promoted outpatient services, alternatives to fee-for-service arrangements such as health maintenance

organizations and shifting some costs to employees." he said. "Unfortunately, all of these efforts a r e falling far short of the expected costreduction goals." Samuelson encourages companies to take a pro-active approach to health care costs by improving the overall health and lifestyles of employees "Even small reductions in alcohol use. smoking and obesity can have a significant impact on the bottom line." he said.

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Chiefs easy winners in playoff opener By Dan O'Meara staff writer

Coach Rob Neu didn't have to remind his team what nearly happened the last time Plymouth Canton played a girls basketball game at Westland John Glenn. The Chiefs, who escaped with a 4442 victory two weeks ago, were determined to avoid another close call Thursday night in the opening round of the Western Lakes Activities Association playoffs. Canton, led by 5-foot-ll Susan Ferko's 24-point performance, started fast and breezed to a 64-33 victory over the Rockets in the rematch. "I think our group has done a nice job of refocusing," Neu said. "It's tournament time, and you don't have to tell them. It's time to play." . The Chiefs, ranked No. 5 in Class A, improved to 17-1 overall and will play Walled Lake Central in the second round Tuesday at Canton. Glenn, 8-9, plays at Northville. a 63-60 loser lo WLC, in the consolation round. "I DONT THINK we underestimated them the first time around," Neu said. "I think we were going through a little mid-season slump. "The middle of the season tends to be a time when it's tough to come in the gym every day. But it's the teams that come back rejuvenated that are ready for the tournament, and I like where we're at right now." Canton was definitely ready to play. The Chiefs had the game well in hand after streaking to 6-0, 11-1 and 19-4 leads in the first quarter. The game was never in doubt after Canton scored the first nine points of the second period to lead 28-6. Glenn coach Pat Bennett was disappointed his Rockets, who suffered from cold shooting and never had the chance to create any momentum, didn't have the same drive the Chiefs demonstrated. "We were definitely a little lax," he said. "Our philosophy was used more by them. We wanted to come out fired up, scrap on defense and play with enthusiasm. "But they did it to us. That's one reason they're ranked in the state and champions of the Western Division." WHILE FERKO and guard Michelle Fortier were scoring 15 and eight first-half points for Canton, the Rockets had trouble finding the

Western shocks defending champ There will be a new girls basketball champion in the Western Lakes Activities Association this year. After three consecutive years at the top, Plymouth's Salem reign has come to an end. The WLAA was guaranteed a different winner Thursday when Walled Lake Western toppled the defending champion 51-47 in a stunning upset at Salem. The first-round playoff victory sends the Warriors, who had a 5-5 record in the Western Division, against North Farmington in a semifinal game Tuesday at Western. The Rocks, champions of the Lakes Division, h^ve dropped two in a row and are 14-4 overall. Salem, which had a 12-game winning streak snapped Tuesday by Flint Powers, will play at Livonia Franklin in the consolation round Tuesday. "Our problem was that we started out slowly," said Salem coach Fred Thomann, who saw his team trailing 14-8 after one quarter and 29-22 at half time. The Rocks outscored Western by four in the third period, but the big quarter that would turn the game around eluded Salem. The Warriors held on in the fourth, making six of eight free throws — they were 13-of17 for the game — to maintain a 14-13 edge in the finale. "We made a number of runs at them, but we couldn't get the lead," Thomann said. "They're playing real well down the stretch like they did last year." He added the Warriors have a legitimate Division I player in 6-foot-3 center Michelle Hall, who shared game-high scoring honors with Salem senior Jill Estey. Both had 21 points. No others reached double figures for the Rocks, while April Blanton added 12 for Western. mark. Glenn missed its first 13 shots, was l-of-14 in the first quarter and made only three field goals in the first half. "We did force them to play out of position tonight." Neu said. Canton's defense also was responsible for setting the tone. "We're talking about a team, every time I look in the paper, they're scoring 60 points, and we held them to 33." Bennett substituted early and played everybody in an attempt to instill new life into the Rockets, but the Chiefs, as far as the outcome was concerned, were unstoppable. Canton's Candi Jones had a good second half and finished with 16 points, Fortier 13. The Chiefs, holding a safe, 49-31 lead midway in the final juarter, posted 14 unanswered points to turn the game into a rout. Glenn had no one in double fig-

ures, and center Yvette Lawrence was the team's leading scorer with eight points. Janet Ternes scored seven and Tracy Martin six. "I was pleased with the bench," said Bennett, adding his reserves had an "eye-of-the-tiger" attitude. "I KNOW THE kids had the desire to win, but on the court they didn't have that enthusiasm they had the first time we played them." The Chiefs weren't hitting their shots when the teams met on Tuesday, Oct. 18, but neither was Glenn, said Bennett, adding the Rockets seemed more motivated for that game. Canton apparently got the message. "I think Canton took us quite seriously tonight," Bennett said, "and you could tell that by the way they played. They were all business."

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on the scoreboard, too. The Chiefs won the playoff game 64-33.

Shamrocks blank outmanned Trojans By Steve Kowalski staff writer Maybe Detroit Henry Ford should have stayed home. The Trojans couldn't have had much fun Saturday in the rain and mud at Pontiac's Wisner Stadium, losing 28-0 to Redford Catholic Central in the opening round of the Class A playoffs. The win sends No. 1ranked CC (10-0) into the quarterfinal round Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Westland John Glenn (9-1). "Give CC credit, they deserve to be No. 1," Ford coach Joe Hoskins said. "I have nothing but respect for them. They beat our butts."

Ford considered forfeiting the game when 16 of its 36 players were ruled ineligible earlier last week by the Detroit Public School League because of academic woes. No doubt Saturday's weather didn't encourage Hoskins or the Trojans. There was more mud on the field than grass. CCS DEFENSE forced eight fumbles and held Ford to 56 yards in total offense, zero through the air. All-PSL quarterback Ron Woo [fork had his only pass intercepted by CC linebacker Kevin Jankowski. and be fumbled several snaps from a sophomore center playing his first game. "Every time we called a pass play today we fumbled away the ball," Hoskins said. CC

football took advantage of good field position early, scoring three of the first four times it had the ball. The Shamrocks led 21-0 at halftime, scoring on runs of 4 and 3 yards by fullback Lee Krueger and on a 28-yard pass from quarterback Scott Hauncher to Sean O'Keefe. CC completed the scoring in the third quarter, when tight end Lou Yeager caught a 3-yard pass while lying on his back in the end zone.

KRUEGER DIDN'T mind the muddy conditions. leading all rushers with 63 yards on 15 carries. The senior fullback /nose guard still had mud on his neck after taking a shower. "We're used to this because our practice field (at CC) is so bad," Krueger said. "We didn't bother getting angles on hits. We just went straight on at people or we'd lose our footing." Field position was critical, CC coach Tom Mach said. "We got field position early, which is what we hoped for," he said. "We had different things planned offensively today that we couldn't do because of the conditions. We tried to run where the field was best and

where we could get the best traction and the best blocking. "Considering the field conditions, both teams played well. Ford showed great courage and should be complimented." CCS FIRST 14 points were set up by its defense, which forced Ford to punt after three plays on the firsi series of the game. The Shamrocks got the ball at the Trojan 24, and seven plays later Krueger scored from 3 yards out. Woo [fork fumbled the next play from scrimmage for Ford and defensive tackle Ryan Bell recovered for CC at the Trojans' 28-yard line. Please turn to Page 2

Rockets post 13-6 win By Larry O'Connor staff writer

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Lincoln Park's six points in the first half might as well have been gift wrapped with a bow on top. Westland John Glenn was certainly thankful the Railsplitters didn't score any more. The Rockets made a litany of mistakes Saturday in the first two quarters, but pulled themselves together in the second half to beat the visiting Railsplitters, 13-6, in a Class A preregional football game The Rockets (9-1) will play Redford Catholic Central (10-0) Saturday at home in a Class A Region 3 title game. In the first half, a regional game for John Glenn appeared remote. The Rockets couldn't move the ball when they had IL They couldn't stop the Railsplitters when they had it, either. Jeff Elkina made amends with three minutes left in the third quarter TV senior wide receiver pulled in a pass at mtdfleid and cut ap fleid for a John Glenn touchdown The comeback had commenced When quarterback Eric Stover •cored oa a 1-yard run with *2ft left in the game. Chuck Gordon's prophecy had come true. 1 TOLD THEM at the half we had a great "-hance to win the game be-

cause nothing went right in the first half and we were only down six zip," said the John Glenn coach. Things didn't exactly look peachy at the start of the second half, either. Lincoln Park recovered a Rocket fumble on a punt and was smack dab on the Glenn 36 The Railsplitters were ready to cash in on their second touchdown, but the Rockets defense stopped them on fourth down at the 26 Three plays later. Stover connected with Elkina Kicker Wee Taylor made the extra point, giving the Rockets a one-point lead. The point-after attempt on Lincoln Park's touchdown in the first quarter (a 3-yard run by John Barws) was blocked by the Rockets' Dale Yanick. That was perhaps the only big play John Glenn registered in the first half. The normally-methodical Rockets made plenty of boo-booa, especially in the area of bad penalties In the first half, John Glenn was whistled on flue penalties for IS yards A personal foul aided the Railsplitters on its scoring drive in the first quarter, which went U yards la IS plays Also uncharacteristic of the Rock eta: Their running game was noa-esistent Tailback Bryant Setteriee had only 14 yards la 11 carries la the first half. He rebounded la the second half, finishing the day with t l yards In Hjtairiee.

"THEY WERE keying on me a lot," Salter lee said. "We just kept coming at them and wore them down." Satterlee mowed them down on one key play in the secood half, running 26 yards on a well-executed draw. The play helped set up Stover's touchdown on a quarterback keeper five plays later That play also brought Lincoln Park back to reality. "We gave up two big plays," Lincoln Park coach James Kalbfleisch said. "They had that draw play oa third and (20) and then they had that pass play for the touchdown." Elkins was particularly smiling about that one. His TD reception was one of only four p a w s thrown by Stover in the game Still, he completed three of those for 127 yards. H e has a sense for the game," said Elkins about Stover. "He Just knows where to throw i t " Elkins knew where to run with It once he csaght Stover's strike. He managed to cut sharp upfleld oa the wet grass A Lincoln Park defender slipped on the play. T saw and tone and I jest took off," Elkina said "1 felt somebody at my feet I kept going. As soon aa I crossed that (goal) line, it was the greatest thing la my i t f u " turn to Page 2



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"BRONCHITIS HAS been toagh on Bannoc the Last week-and-a-balf." DC coach Nancy Sullivan said. -She tned to do too mach m the first half. She was with one leg, with her eyes doaed, she was oat of cootroL I told her to relax and get her feet underneath ber "We've been down m big games before this year bat have come back. With oar quiet in • I don't ever feel owt of a game." Yvonne Harnett led Ladywood with 14 points, scoring eight of the Blazers last J ! points Chris Laliberte finished with mne points, all coming m the first half.

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Fame and fortune may not have changed Chrts Sabo m a c h — if at all — but they have landed him a few perks Like a spot oo the David Letterman show Sabo. a Redford Catholic Central graduate and star third baseman for the Cincinnati Reds, was the late night TV show host's final guest Thursday He &eeiued a pet feet choice for the oftimes wacky and always unusual show Why'' For one. Sabo has sold himself to Cincinnati as a blue collartype player, an on-the-field extension. if you wilL of Reds manager Pete Rose Roae was well-known for his hard-oosed play Sabo a the same. He looked the bine-collar part on the Letterman show. He wore blue jeans and a blue-jean jacket with leather t n m . .And. of course, he was sporung Jus t r a d e m a r k c i e a c u t haircut,

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HIS 79-YARD touchdown catch was added to a rather powerfal sec•ad-haif display by the Rocket oflease. The team ruaihiil with 277

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CC has shutout, 28-0 Continuad from Papa 1 who r n m p l r t f d five of the six p i a r t he threw for 77 yards, the Ford secondary with a toas to O X e e f e streaking (as best he i down the n d r t i a r for the score with 4 3 9 left in the first quarter Pete who made SO foar p l a t e m n a s , kicked the extra point to give CC a 14-9 lead. The Shamrocks third score was set up by another poor snap mmh«n»d with a heavy CC rah, resulting in a pant of mirms-5 yards that was downed a t the Ford 19-yard line. Krueger scored f r o m the 4 with 1131 left and Beaovir~s tack made it 21-4. MACH PU LLED Iliaacher in the fourth quarter The Shamrock coach was I by what he had Hen. laid the first oae a p there aice." Mach said He's Unpiuved He's been laying the ball oa the money more and oar • l i h i a g the halL" CC | I 149 yards in total offenae. with 142 coming oo tbe ground iflhact Brian Chaney was the secood-leadxi* rasher with 42 yards oa 11 c a r r i e s Dave Owens had 24 yards oo six The Shamrocks picked ap 14 first downs and limited the Trojans to

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The Plymouth Mavericks won the West Suburban Soccer League under- 14 girls Division 1 championship with an 8-0 record. The-team posted seven shutouts, scoring 50 goals while allowing only one the entire season / Team members a r e Lynette Santiago. Karen Eckout. Shawn Kelly. Kelly Kirkpatrick, KeHy Reeves, Jessica Holtz, Julie Nelson, Sara Mulder. Jennifer Werner, Stephanie Snage. Leanne Boughner, Michelle Cronan, Stephanie Darmanian and Jessica Moyer. •


The third annual Plymouth-InThe-Fall Sports Collectors Convention will take place the weekend of Nov 25-27 at the Plymouth Hilton. The show a t t r a c t s nationallyknown baseball card and sports memorabilia dealers to sell, buy and trade their wares. Tbe cost is $3 per day and $7 for a weekend pass New York Yankee outfielder Dave Winfield and Hall of Famers Willie Stargell and Juan Manchal will be on hand to sign autographs. •


A men's racquetball league, sponsored by the Canton Parks and Recreation Department, starts Wednesday, Nov 30, at Rose Shores of Canton. The fee is $82 per person for 13 weeks. Court times are 7:30 and 8 p.m The league is divided up into divisions based upon player ability. An organizational meeting will take place the first night of league play. Call 397-5110 for information.

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The Class III Compulsory team from Palastra Gymnastics brought home the first-place trophy from the Halloween Classic held in Lincoln Park Sunday. First place in the all-around went to Kim Retinoids with a score of 34.85. Teammate Kim Lewke took second with 34.70. Palastra's juniors swept tbe top three awards in vault with Lewke's 9 35, Lori Prussler's 9 15 and Retinoids' 9.05 score. Autumn Bunch placed second on tbe uneven bars with an 8.90. In the senior division. Johanna Anderson took first place in vault, balance beam, floor exercise and the all-around. Dawn Klee claimed first place on the uneven bars. For the children, Margaret Wirth was first on vault and Brie Wall finished third Mary Ellen Fournier's 8.90 on floor exercise earned her a second place. The Plymouth-Canton-based team is coached by Kathi Kinsella.



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The Plymouth-Can ton Cruisers " Swim Club welcomes any interested competitive swimmer between the ages of 6 and 14. Swimmers must be able to swim one length.of the pool. For further information, call Kathy Sonnanstine. club president, at 4596074. •


Schoolcraft College will be host ^or the Region 12 women's volleyball tournament Thursday through Saturday, with 13 teams from Michigan. Indiana and Ohio competing for a chance to advance to the NJCAA championship tournament in Tampa. Fla SC is one of the favorites entering the tournament, which begins with matches at 5, 6:30 and 8 p.m. Thursday. The Lady Ocelots won their fourth-straight Eastern Conference championship last week. They are currently ranked fourth in the NJCAA, and they have not lost a single game at home this season. Friday matches will be played at 11 a m. and 1 and 2:30 p.m. On Saturday, semifinal matches will be at 1

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Not a good situation. You can't continue to exercise this way. Tbe rate of digestion is affected by many factors. You forgot to mention what type of foods you are eating. One general digestion rule is foods higher in fat stay in your stomach longer For example, french fried potatoes would be in your stomach 2V» hours after you eat them. They also could be there the next day Through my discussions with doctors, I've learned that digestion in the stomach mixes food with secretions to form a thin, watery mixture that moves to the small intestine where absorption begins Some foods, especially fatty foods, require more stomach digestion. Low-fat foods like vegetables, fruits, grains, bread and pasta digest easily and leave the stomach quickly. Actually, a cold, soft or liquid meal would leave your stomach in a shorter period of time than a hot, fatty meal. On the average, tbe stomach empties about three hours after a meal But we a r e all different. You may need more time for digestion. Consider what you a r e eating and allow more time for digestion. If you are eating nervously, fast food also may digest slower You might consider a larger breakfast and a later lunch during tbe days you exercise at night. A light snack after exercise will probably be ample food intake for your late exercise days. A good idea for the weekends would be to change your exercise routine to mornings or early afternoons. If your stomach ache continues, please don't avoid seeing a doctor.

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Kuban and Dixoo managed to sack Lincoln Park quarterback Harold Skinner for an 11-yard loss oo one play in tbe third quarter, leaving the Railsplitters at their 1-yard l i n t Running back Jeff Graff collected &5 yards in the first half, but was held to only seven in the second Skinner had to go to the air and was stopped oo tbe Railsplitters' drive deep in Rocket territory "Our defense had to answer tbe challenge oo that one." Gordon said

• On his c r e w c u t : " I t ' s a nice landing p l a c e for p a p e r a i r p l a n e s "

But there's more Sabo has a reputation as being a genuine article, a down-to-earth type who drives a Ford Escort — even though he can o b v x w l y afford something better Why drive anything else, be has been quoted as saymg A car is a tool, that's all. and an Escort gets him to and f r o m work-

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A N N U A L AUCTION Tbe Plymouth Children's Nursery will bold its annual "Masterpiece Auction" Monday, Nov. 7, a t East Middle School, 1042 S. Mill, Plymouth. Viewing of the handcrafted items will s t a r t at 6:30 p.m., with the auction a t 7 p.m. Door prizes have been donated by local merchants.

DIVORCE G R O U P The Women's Divorce Support Group will meet 7-9 p.m. Tuesday. Nov. 8, in the conference room of the Lower Waterman Campus Center at Schoolcraft College. 18600 Haggerty, between Six Mile and Seven Mile, Livonia. The group, sponsored by the Women's Resource Center at the college, is designed to assist women in life transitions. The meeting topic will be dealing with emotional trauma. For more information, call the Women's Resource Center, 462-4443

BY M Y S E L F Members of the By Myself singles club will meet at 8:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, for wallyball at Racquetime. 36400 Plymouth Road, just west of Levan in Livonia. Price is $3 per • C L U B A U C T I O N person. For reservations, call 453The Canton Newcomers annual 3892. charity auction will be held at 7 p.m. • CAESAREAN CLASS Wednesday, Nov. 9. at Plymouth The Plymouth Childbirth Educa- Canton High School, 8514 N. Canton tion Association will o f f e r a Center Road, Canton. Proceeds will Caesarean orientation at 7:30 p.m. go to Hospice Services of Western Monday, Nov. 7, at Newburg United Wayne County. The club donated Methodist Church, 36500 Ann Arbor $1,500 last year. Some of the items Trail, Livonia. The program will in- donated are an Oriental-style rug, a clude a Caesarean birth film. The clock, a Madonna plate and gift cerorientation is for couples anticipat- tificates from area business people ing a Caesarean birth and for Admission is free. For more inforLamaze-prepared couples seeking mation, call 397-3970. information on birth options. Price is $1 per person, payable at the door • GOODFELLOWS Advance registration is not required. The Plymouth Goodfellows will For m o r e information, call 459-7477. m e e t at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov 9. at Plymouth City Hall, 201 S. Main St. For more information, call 453• THREE CITIES The Three Cities Art Club will 7284 or 453-4987. meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, in tbe meeting room of Plymouth • P A R K I N S O N G R O U P Township Hall, 42350 E. Ann Arbor The Parkinson Support Group will Road at Lilley. Tbe topic will be meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, at "Drawing on the Right Side of the the Livonia Senior Citizen Center. Brain," with Mary Jordan Ehlert as Farmington and Five Mile roads, the guest demonstrator. She has a Livonia. Marcia Potyczka, a therabachelor's degree and a master's de- peutic massage specialist, will disgree in education. Donation for non- cuss "The Parkinsonian and Masmembers is $2, payable at the door sage." The meeting, sponsored by Those attending should bring scis- the Michigan Parkinson Foundation, sors and a note pad; other materials is for those interested in learning will be provided. For more informa- about Parkinson s. Meetings are held tion, call Kay Fill, club president. the second Thursday of each month. 455-5805. For more information, call 459-0216

AMERICAN LEGION The American Legion. PassageGayde Post No. 391. will hold its business meeting at 7 30 p.m Thursday, Nov 10, at 173 N. Main St., Plymouth Veterans needing general or claims assistance, or Lhose interested in Legion membership, should call Commander Cornelius Van Boven, 453-7629

Nov. 19, at the Plymouth Hilton Inn. 14707 Northville Road, Plymouth Township. Ticket prices are $5 general admission, $4 for seniors and students. The drama includes the selection *>f jury members f r o m the audience; the defendant's fate rests in the hands of the play-goers. Group rates are available. For more information. call 420-2161.

GIBSON SCHOOL Gibson School for the Gifted will host discussion meetings the evenings of Thursday, Nov. 10, and Wednesday, Nov. 16, at the school in Redford. The meetings a r e for parents interested in learning about the educational and family needs of academically talented children. Admission is free. For more information, call 537-8688 •

COLLEGE PLANS The Women's Resource Center at Schoolcraft College will sponsor a •Thinking About College''" day f r o m 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Nov. 11, In Room RC 260 at the Radcliff Center, 1751 Radcliff, Garden City. The prog r a m is for women who are thinking about attending college this winter. The Women's Resource Center provides women in transition with career information, support groups, workshops, a speaker's bureau and other services For reservations: call 462-4443 •

T H E A T R E GUILD The Plymouth Theatre Guild will present Ayn Rand's "Night of J a n i * ary 16th," a courtroom drama. Performances are scheduled for 8 p.m. Fridays, Nov. 11-18. and Saturday,

Nov. 13. at tbe Monaghan Knights of Columbus Hall, 19801 Farmington Road, between Seven Mile and Eight Mile roads in Livonia. The dance party is for singles age 25 and older Dressy attire should be worn (no jeans). Price is $4 There will be a cash bar and a disc jockey. For more information, call Ruth. 471-1248. •

METHODIST WOMEN United Methodist Women of Cherry Hill United Methodist Church conduct their annual bazaar f r o m 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, in the church, 321 S. Ridge. Handcrafts, baked good and toys will be sold. There will be a white elephant sale. •

EASTERN STAR The Plymouth Chapter No. 115, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold its holiday bazaar and bake sale from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12. at the Masonic Temple. 730 Penniman, across f r o m Kellogg Park in downtown Plymouth. The annual event will feature a variety of items for Christinas shoppers. •

TRI-COUNTY The Tn-County Singles will hold a dance/party f r o m 8:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at the Monaghan Knights of Columbus Hall, 19801 Farmington Road, Livonia. Thf* dance/party is for singles over age 21. Dressy attire should be worn. Price is $4. For more information, call the hotline, 843-8917. •

PHOENIX D A N C E Phoenix will hold a dance /party from 8:30 p.m to 12:30 a.m. Sunday,

ARTHRITIS G R O U P The Arthritis Support Group will meet 7-9 p.m Monday. Nov. 14, in Classroom 1 of the Education Center, on the Catherine McAuley Health Center campus in Ann Arbor Exercise will be the topic of the meeting. An Arthritis Foundation exercise video program will be shown Those attending should wear comfortable clothing. For more information, call Mary Winkel, 747-0118. between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., or 434-8432 •

BIRTH P R E P A R A T I O N The Plymouth Childbirth Education Association will offer a childbirth preparation orientation at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Nov. 14, at Newburg United Methodist Church, 36500 Ann Arbor Trail, Livonia. This introduction to childbirth preparation classes will feature a birth film. Price is $1 per person, payable at the door Advance registration is not required. For more information, call 459-7477 •

COLLEGE PLANS The Women's Resource Center at Schoolcraft College will sponsor a "Thinking About College?" day from 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Nov 18 The session will be held in Room LA-200 of the Liberal Arts Building at the college, 18600 Haggerty. between

Six and Seven Mile roads in Livonia Tbe program is for women who are thinking about attending college this winter. For reservations, call the Women's Resource Center. 462-4443 •

BETHANY MEETING Bethany Plymouth-Canton will have a Mass and potluck dinner starting at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov 19, at St. Kenneth's Church hall in Plymouth Township. Bethany PlymouthCanton is a support group for divorced. separated and widowed people. For m o r e informaUon. call 9811365 or 422-8625


NEWBORN CARE The Plymouth Childbirth Education Association will offer a twoweek course on newborn care for expectant couples Tuesdays, Nov. 22 and 29. at Geneva Presbyterian Church, 5835 N Sheldon Road, Canton Classes give information on care and development of infants from birth through the age of 3 months. To register or for more information call 459-7477 •

BPW S C H O L A R S H I P The Plymouth Business and Professional Women's Club is accepting scholarship applications. Applicants should be residents of Plymouth, Livonia or Redford. Scholarships are for women interested in furthering their education and training, to enable them to enter the workforce or to advance their current career Candidates should write to the Plymouth BPW Scholarship Committee, P.O Box 5338, Plymouth 48170, for an application. Completed applications are due Nov. 30.



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public bearing on the proposed 1989 BUDG-

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Sometimes its three strikes and you're out. but for Orma Lee Robins. Building an airplane from a third-hand kit turned out to be a grand slam bomerun. "Actually, I was looking for a car kit to build so I wouldn't be bored," said the Southfield aircraft mechanic "I couldn't find a magazine for that, but I did find one for airplanes. I thought I'd try i t " Robins bought the kit from someone who failed with it and sold it to another guy, making it a third-hand kit Robins bought the kit in 1982 when he and his wife, Greta, were living in Maine and he was taking flying lessons. He had been thinking about what to fly. By 1983, they were back in Michigan and living in Southfield. Robins took three years to construct his plane, mostly in the garage, but sometimes it spilled over into other areas in and out of the bouse. "Once I astonished the neighbors when I rolled it outside to assemble the 22-foot wings," he said. "When I was done, I hoisted it up on the nose and sawed the wing* off to get it back inside." Not quite astonished but certainly shocked. Greta Robins was surprised at her husband's new project.

"He was on Air Force assignment as a recruiter then and just looking to build a car. I was taken aback. "And then there was some fiber glass work done in winter, which deposited dust everywhere." THE WHOLE family became Involved — her 23-year-old daughter. Micbele, their 4year-old daughter, Camille, and Robins' son by a former marriage. "Lee spent three years building the plane so he wouldn't be bored," she said. Born and raised in Trinidad, Robins met her husband in England where she had worked for 20 years. She is a registered nurse now employed by Care Mark Health Care in Southfield. Flying lessons and airplane building left little time for boredom for Robins, determined to get the maximum out of putting intricate parts together to make a flyable. airplane. "Now certified by the FAA, and after putting in all these years, I still have the plane and I fly i t " he said. Tbe plane is about the size of a small Cessna, small but adequate, he added.

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Potawatomi Inn is 'in' for holidays By Ilia Sanderson Jon— contributing travel editor


Q: When I was a kid tm the West, we ased to speed family holidays like Thanksgiving at resorts instead of at home, with parts of the family traveling from all over the area to be part of I t Now that I have a family of my own, I would like to explore that idea. My neighbor recommended a state park la northeastern Indiana, Just toath of the Michigan border What do yoe thlak? D.T, Rochester A: The good news is that tbe Potawatomi Inn, is Pokagoo State Park near Angola. Ind. Is a very popular holiday destination for families Tbe bad newi is that you most either be incredibly lucky with a last-minute cancellation or rmmvt two years ahead for a holiday weakend. Even regvlar weekends are booked a year in advance. If you'd like to think that far ahead and try out the place, they have vacancies midweek at this time of year. Cancellations are always possible, even


servation Corps (CCQ, which pat young men to work oo government projects during the Depression, cleared and built the park between 1934 and 1943 THE POTAWATOMI I m has been popular among Midwestern travelers ever since, so popular that It usually has 109-perceot occupancy during June, July aad Aegust and from Dec. 12 through the New Year. People come in summer to swim, hike, picnic or just relax. Winter b

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"Everybody's AH Americaa" (A-) (R) 127 minutes. In the best sense, a fine, sentimental, nostalgic look a t a quarter century (1954-61) of America. Centering on a Louisiana football hero, the "Gray Ghost" (Dennis Q u i d ) , his s w e e t h e a r t the "Magnolia Queen" (Jessica Lange) and his scholarly nephew (Timothy Huttoo). The intricacies of their relationships and the social change in that period a r e nicely blended. Excellent acting carries this long film past soap opera and should cause a lot of sighs for tbe good old days.

"Memories of Me" (A-) (PG-13). Alan King in bravura performance as nightclub comic and "King" of the movie extras His son. the doctor (Billy Crystal), comes to Los Angeles after a heart attack and tries to mend their broken relationship. King is perfect, but Crystal is just a shade miscast On the whole, however. excellent film.

"They Live" C)(R). Alien ghouls manipulate subconscious with high tech. And a very happy Halloween to you. "U2: Battle aad H a m " ( Q (PG-13) 101 minutes This is not a Him about the inside, personal views of U2 and their lives offstage. It is a movie about music, a combination of some brief, but poor documentary work and footage derived from two shows. For a band with such a social conscience, I expected more than two hours of MTV. Reviewed by Kim Brown.

A n n D u n l a p ' s ( D i a n e K e a t o n ) idyllic w o r l d i s s h a t t e r e d w h e n h e r e x - h u s b a n d B r i a n ( J a m e s N a u g h t o n ) s u e s f o r c u s t o d y of t h e i r d a u g h t e r Molly ( A s i a V i e i r a ) , a b a t t l e t h a t u l t i m a t e l y f o r c e s t h e

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Accused" (C) (R) 109 minutes. Sara Tobias (Judy Foster) is gangraped by three men, but Deputy D.A. Kathryn Murphy (Kelly McGillis) believes it's impossible to 'Win" because of Sara's background. She sells out to defense, realizes her mistake and prosecutes spectators who encouraged the rape. This poignant drama about bow our judicial system mishandles r a p e cases is too long and too slow to get tbe point across effective!" Rape scene is particularly horrible. Reviewed by Kim Brown. "Abes Nation" (R). Science fiction thriller with 300,004 immigrants from another planet "Bat-21" ( B ± ) ( R ) 100 minutes. True story of Air Force Colonel Iceal Hambletoo (Gene Hackman) and tbe 12 days be spent oo the ground behind enemy lines in Vietn a m Film's unique characteristic, the enemy is not an impersonal monster. Our beros and theirs, they all suffer together and learn what it means to be human. Good action film as well. "Betrayed" (A-) (R) 115 minutes Tense film combines political thrills and personal poignancy as FBI a g e n t Cathy Weaver (Debra

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sexual impulses focusing on a slightly shopworn singer. Jenny (Twiggy).

"Spellbinder" (•) (R). Woman tries to escape devilish cult

When sculptor Leo Cutter (Liam N e e s o n ) a n d divorcee A n n a D u n t e p fall in l o v e , t h e i r p a s s i o n a t e relationship leads the shy p i a n o teacher to disc o v e r a n e w s e n s e of p e r s o n al h a p p i n e s s in " T h e G o o d Mother," a provocative dram a f r o m d i r e c t o r L e o n a r d Nimoy.

Winger) goes undercover to track murderers of controversial radio talk-show h o s t This film will make you nervous about fascism and about personal involvement vs. commitment as Winger becomes emotionally attached to a man she's investigating, G a r y Simmons (Tom Berenger). "Bird" (R). Clint Eastwood produced and directed this portrait of jazzman Charlie "Bird" P a r k e r . "Clara's H e a r t " (PG-13). Wboopi Goldberg in touching story

of Jamaican housekeeper and her influence on life of young boy faced with harsh realities of his parents' planned divorce. •Crossing Delancy" (A) (PG) 95 minutes. Isabella Izzy' Grossman (Amy Irving) is a liberated young New Yorker with her eye oo author Ivan Maes (Jeroen Krabbe). But never mind that modern stuff. Grandma Ida (Reizl Bozyk) hires matchmaker Hannah Mandlebaum (Sylvia Miles) to arrange things with Sam the p»ckleman. Don't worry about true love, this romantic comedy will ihai in and delight everyone. "Die Hard" (•) (R). Bruce Willis and Bonnie Bedelia in story of hostages trapped in L.A. building seized by terrorists on Christmas Eve. "Eight Men Out" (D) (PG) 115 minutes. Say it ain't so, John Sayles ("Male wan," "Tbe Brothers from Another Planet"). Tell us you didn't make a film with poorly identified characters, confusing p l o t choppy editing and half-lit staccato images. But I guess you did Music track is nice, but it is hard to believe tbe 1919 Chicago "Black" Sox threw the World Series just because Mr Comiskey paid them poorly There had to be

"Mystic Pizza" (A) (R) 102 minutes Warm, wonderful comedy about three young women dealing with life's unpredictable experiences in a pizza restaurant where they work sharing the joys and pain of love and friendship Reviewed by Kathy Guyor

s i n g l e m o t h e r t o f a c e m a n y d i f f i c u l t q u e s t i o n s a b o u t h e r life, in Touchstone Pictures "The Good Mother." more to it than t h a t Same goes for the movie. "Elvira, Mistress at the Dark" (D-) (PG-13) 96 minutes. This hodge-podge tries everything and fails because you need a lot more talent than this crowd has to pull off a satiric-comedy-boirorcult-sex film. Timing is off, pacing erratic and everything is flat except Elvira. " F e d s " (•). Rebecca Demornay and Mary Gross as two young FBI recruits. "A Fish Called Wanda" (A) (R) 110 minutes. A very funny film wit1- the whackiest gang in town. Principals include J a m i e Lee Curtis as Wanda the Wonderful, jewel thief extraordinaire. Kevin Kline's inspired performance as a beserk American gunsel in London is matched by John Cleese's proper barrister. The whole thing is beyond words. The only solution is to see the movie. "Gorillas in the Mist" (C-) (PG-13) 120 minutes Welcome to the wonderful world of gorillas. Sigourney Weaver plays it like the Magic Kingdom, and the film's erratic pacing largely misses the point of Dian Fossey's life and her obsessive reverence for gorillas living freely in their natural h a b i t a t "Halloween 4"(*)(R). It must be that time of year again.

rockin' round tbe clock and think that the Beatles made major contributions to western culture, you'll still be disappointed. This film is home movies at tbeir worst, with limited music and low quality newsreel footage taken off the tube John and Yoko lying around in bed talking about peace may be a media event, but it ain't great culture.

"Nighmare on Elm Street Part 4 — Tbe Dream M a s t e r " ( Q (R) 90 minutes Looks like Freddie's power is weakening and so's the series Storyline is developed, but the expected suspense and gore a r e lacking Even "Nightmare" fans will be disappointed. Reviewed bp Jennifer Morse

"Madame Soosatzka" (A) (PG-13) 122 minutes Lush, sensuous photography, inspired music and brilliant acting plus John Schlesinger's fine direction equal an excellent film. This touching portrait of Madame Sousatzka (Shirley MacLaine) and her obsessive piano-teaching techniques also tells the story of a young genius. Manek Sen (Navin Cbowdhry). His desire to please his mother (Shabana Azmi) and his teacher, Madame Sousatzka, tears at him as does his desire for success and his awakening

"Pumpkinhead" (C) (R) 86 minutes. Mediocre monster movie with Ed Harley (Lance Henriksen) summoning up evil to punish bikers who killed his son Low-level lighting keeps the gore impact down, but this limited, unimaginative morality tak is right on time for Halloween Too bad Pumpkinhead doesn't have a pumpkin head


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RECENT RELEASES: T V Good Mocker" (A ) (R). Superb acting by entire ensemble creates m e m o r a b l e film whose haonting images will remain with j o . long a f t e r final credits. Anna Dumop (Diane Keatoo), a single parent, is liberated, in pail, f r o m a conventional background by tbe love of sculptor Leo Cotter (LUm Neesoo). However, tbeir relaxed attitudes offend ex-husband Brian ( J a m e s Naughtoo), who sues for custody of daughter Molly (Asia Viera). Sixyear-okl Miss Viera is a talented charmer in her film d e b u t Jason Robards. Ralph Bellamy and Teresa Wright a r e excellent in supporting roles. Based on Sue Miller's best seller of the s a m e name, with fine direction by Leonard Nimoy.

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IN CONCERT O EL V W B I S H O P E l v i n Bishop w i l l p e r f o r m t w o thorn u m i g h t a l l l * Blind P i j . 208 S F i r s t S t , Ann Arbor Far more i n f o r m a t i o n . c a l l 996-8555

Elvin Bishop and Bobby Thompson have one' thing in common. They're both only known for one hit. Of course, Thompson's hit won the pennant for the New York Giants in 1951 and landed him in baseball immortality. Blues guitarist Bishop would soon forget his "Fooled Around and Fell in Love" shot up to No 2 on the pop charts in 1976, earning Bishop a gold record and a slew of naUonal television appearances Problem is that's what most non-blues folk recall when hearing the name Elvin Bishop, even though it was Mickey Thomas of Jefferson Starship fame who actually sang the tune. "No sense in fighting it, really," said Bishop, who will appear tonight at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor "That's just the way the pop music structure is." Music aficionadoes r e m e m b e r Bishop jamming with the late Mike Bloomfield in The Paul Butterfield Band, which was at the forefront of the blues rock'n'roll revival of the mid-1960s Bishop then set out on his own, gaining a reputation as one of the premiere guitarists of that era. He was considered in the same class as Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton as a young up-and-coming guitarist. In fact. Bishop used to jam with Clapton and Hendrix along with B B King in legendary sessions at the Fillmore in San Francisco

" When I got to Chicago, it was amazing." said Bishop, his m e m o r y suddenly in working order. "There were about 50 to 60 blues clubs It was like falling through that hole into Wonderland " WITH PAUL Butterfield. they were able to mesh the authentic Chicago blues sound pioneered by the

Things must be getting serious. Even Gracie who guards the door at Paycheck's Lounge is starting to recognize us. Yes. it's been a year since we started covering local music on a weekly basis. We've seen the good, the bad and the ugly. One thing is for certain, Detroit is ready to break out. Minneapolis. Boston, Athens. Ga., have proved to be unlikely hotbeds for new talent. Detroit cannot be f a r behind. All it takes is for one band to get signed and make it big and the Aand-R folks will swarm like bees around an uncapped bottle of syrup. But within the perceived contenders, there are some pretenders in the Detroit music scene There are bands who think they're original, but in essence, are only copying what someone else has perfected, i.e. R E M , U2 and the MC 5. Time and fashion will eventually weed out those groups Here a r e some impression of some unsigned local bands groups who are definitely contenders.

O ONXYZ O N X Y Z . a reggae band f r o m DetroM. w i l l p e r f o r m oo Wednesday, Nov 9. at the tbe B l i n d Pig. 208 S F i r s t . Ann A r b o r For more information, c a l l 9V6-8555

O HALL A N D O A T E S O a r y l H a l l and John O a t « w i l l p e r f o r m a t 7 30 p m Sunday Nov 20 a t tbe F o s T h e a t e r in D e t r o i t T i c k e t s a r e $22 50 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a u O o . c a l l 569-3500

O THE M E K O W 8 T h e Mekons w i l l p e r f o r m a t 10 p m Monday Nov 21. a t The Blind P i g 208 S F i r s t S t . Ann A r b o r T i c k e t s are $8 50 F o r m o r e i n f o r m *

uon. call 99-MUSIC FRANK A L L I S O N F r a n k A l l i s o n and the Odd So* w i l l p e r f o r m oo F r i d a y . Nov I I . a t L i l i s 21 2$30 Jacob. H a m t r a m c k For m o r e informaUon. call 8756555

O THE W I L D C A R D S Tbe Wild Cards, a g r o u p Irocn Los Angeles w i l l p e r f o r m oo F r i d a y . Nov 11. at the Blind Pig. 208 S F i r s t . Ann A r b o r For more informaUon, c a l l 996-8555

Elvin B i s h o p p l a y s t h e t r a d i t i o n a l b lu e s s t r o n g h o l d s a n d colleges. His b a n d i n c l u d e s M i c h a e l " T h e F l y " B r o o k s , bass; Stevie Gurr, g u i t a r a n d h a r p ; Nancy W r i g h t R e y n a l d o " D a d d y Rav" Arvizu, s a x o p h o n e ; a n d Gary Silva, d r u m s .

likes of John Lee Hooker. Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf in a rock'n'roll context.

harp; Nancy Wright Reynaldo "Daddy Ray" Arvizu, saxophone; and Gary Silva, drums.

He doesn't relive any bitterness, especially that Clapton and Hendrix went on to carve bigger niches in the guitar world He just plays.

Guests on "Big Fun" include Dr John along with ex-Elvin Bishop Group members Phil Aaberg on keyboards and Norton Buffalo on harmonica. For whatever reason, it works. Bishop's not sure why. "I'm a lot better at playing than I am talking about it," he said.

Bishop plays the traditional blues strongholds and college venues His band includes Michael "The Fly" Brooks, bass; Stevie Gurr, guitar and

Elvin Bishop will perform two shows tonight at the Blind Pig, 208 S First, Ann Arbor. For more information, call 996-8555

Bishop created a country cousin "Pigboy Crabshaw" during those Paul Butterfield days, another part of his history that he cares not to reminisce about.

O SOULEOOUT Sonled Out w i l l appear w i t h special guests Strange Bedfellows, on Saturday. Nov 12. at the H a m t r a m c k Pub. 2048 Caniff. off 1-75 For m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n , c a l l 365-9760 O CHEVEO.es Tbe CheveUes w i l l p e r f o r m on Saturday Nov 12. at L i l i ' s 21, 2930 Jacob, H a m t r a m c k F o r more i n f o r m a t i o n , c a l l 875-6555 •

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LAMONT ZODIAC L a m o o t Zodiac and tbe Lovesigns w i l l per f o r m on F r i d a y and Saturday, Nov 11-12. at Alvin's. 5756 Cass. D e t r o i t For more i n f o r m a Uon. c a l l 832-2355 •

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L A D Y S M T T H B L A C K MA M S * TO L a d v s m i t h Black M a m b a z o w i l l p e r f o r m at 7 30 p m Wednesday, N o v 9. at H i l l A u d i t o r i u m in Ann A r b o r T i c k e t s a r e $16.50 and $14.

O. CHNOO B O i N O O "Oingo Boingo w i l l p e r f o r m oo F r i d a y , Nov 11. at Royal Oak Music Theater Tickets a r e $17 50 For m o r e i n f o r m a U o n . call 546-7610

a Frank Allison and the Odd Sox: This Ann Arbor-based outfit is one of the best, if not the best bands in the area. Few groups have the musical talent, the raw energy and the depth in terms of material that this group possesses Truly head and shoulders above the rest. Allison and Co. concentrates solely on the music, not the image. Other bands should take note.

a Junk Monkeys: It's no fluke that this band has been touted to make it out of Detroit. They have all the tools that would appeal to the record labels. Live, they exude energy and throw in an interesting batch of covers. The sound is raw, very raw to the point of almost shaking hands with heavy metal. Here are some diamonds in the rough — as in totally underrated;

• Funhoose: Kimba ranks as the best female vocalist in the local rock scene. She has tbe range and a dynamic stage presence that makes you take notice. Sometimes that might overshadow a band whose music is as original as their Tazmanian devil's approach to live performance.

a Shooting Club: Their songs have a way of taking permanent residence in your ear Live, Shouting Club shows tend to be inconsistent. That stems from the fact they simply don't play enough regularly on the local music circuit But, perhaps, that's to their credit Some would also rate Jim Cortez's less-than-ethereal vocals as a stumbling block Really, though, his voice could be the strongest assest of this group. Also Chris Mason plays a mean set of drums.

• See Dlek Ron: Yes, indeed These guys make it look and sound easy, which is perfect for the sweet, melodic pop See Dick Run has perfected. Further enhancing the band's stock is the strong stage presence of lead singer Jim Edwards Mark Campbell is a first-rate guitarist as well. An image is important with a band like this as long as it doesn't overshadow the music. Hopefully, it won't

O JOHN DENVER J o h n Denver will perform al $ p m Friday. Nov 25. at tbe F o s Theater in D e t r o i t T i c k e t s a r e $22 50 F o r more i n f o r m a t i o n , c a l l 549-

3500 O THE GEAR Tbe Gear w i l l p e r f o r m oo F r i d a y , Nov U . at the H a m t r a m c k Pub 2048 Caniff off 1-75 For m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n , c a l l $65-9760

MUSIC VIEWS By Larry O'Connor staff writer

F o r b e r t , at 8 p m F r i d a y , Nov IS. Bt R o y a l O a k Music Theater Tickets $17 50 F o r m o r e i n f o r m a U o n c a l l 546-7610

Bishop is setting his sights on his current tour The Tulsa, Okla.. na^ tive recently released his first album in seven years, "Big Fun." on Alligator Records

He grew up listening to the likes of Howlin" Wolf. Muddy Waters and J i m m y "Hoss Man" Allen on the radio in Tulsa, but it was nothing like the Windy City.

Tom Quids along with Johnny Clegg aod Sa vuka will perform with special guest Steve

S E N V A U G H N COtflUO Tbe Ben Vaughn Combo w i l l p e r f o r m oo Taesday. Nov & at the B l i n d Pig. 208 S F i r s t . Ann Arbor For m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n c a l l W t 8555

JUICE Juice w i l l p e r f o r m oo Thursday Nov 10, at tbe B l i n d Pig. 208 S F i r s t , Ann Arbor For m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n , c a l l 996-8555

"I don't have a good memory." said Bishop about those times. "I try not to live in the past " Those guitar slinging sessions with Hendrix and Clapton are a blip in the memory bank And so is Bishop's distasteful foray into commercial music, which included his record company folding and owing him money

The disc features Bishop at his finest, playing the guitar with all the gusto that made him an oftenuttered name in blues circles. The emphasis is on good-time, uptown boogey dance music — the kind of music that left Bishop wide-eyed when he moved from Tulsa to Chicago before joining the Paul Butterfield Band.

Tbe M e m p h i s Horns, at $ p m Thursday, Nov 17. a t H i l l A u d i t o r i u m in Ann A r b o r F o r m o * ; i n f o r m a U o n caU 423-6644 O CHH-DS/CLEQG

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o Cinecyde: Another group that keeps an open calendar as f a r as playing gigs On stage, singer Gary Riechel leads the pack with some pretty straight forward, no nonsense rock'n'roll. Also. Riechel touches upon not-often discussed topics in the songs he writes, such as chemical

warfare and the ugly symbolism of the Confederate flag for example. o Volebeats: Is this an overblown jug band, or a group teetering on something special? Having seen this group perform and listening to their recorded material, the latter rings true. Jeff Oakes and Matthew Smith make for a great musical collaboration. o Snakeout: We caught this band's act at the "Moron's of Rock" show at Saint Andrew's Hall, and by far. they were the best. Even managed to corner the lead singer afterward and bought the band's cassette. They blast forward with a surf punk sound sprinkled with humor. Great stuff. B Hippodrome: They were written off as R . E . M clones. Nonsense. Live, this is a very entertaining group. Chris Richards is one of tbe most talented guitarists and personable musicians around right now. He's a young pup, but be performs like a seasoned veteran. The band also has one best drummers in the area in Doyle Dean. All this group needs is to straighten out its act (like finding a permanent bass player) and forge ahead. Tbe spark is there, guys, take advantage of it.

IV CUFF J i m m y C l i f f w i l l p e r f o r m at 7 30 p m Thursday. Nov 17. a t H i l l A u d i t o r i u m in Ann A r b o r Tickets are $16 50 and $15 F o r more i n f o r m a Uon, call 763-8587 B ROBERT C R A Y B A N D The R o b e r t Cray Band w i l l p e r f o r m w i t h special guests. I v a n N e v i l l aad the R o o m and

COLLEGE Here are the top -10 songs receiving airplay on WORB-FM, the campus station of Oakland Community College in Farmington Hills. 1. "Walk tbe Dinosaur." Was (Not Was). (Chrysalis) 2. "Too Bad." Let's Active. (1.1LS.) 3. "Just Play Music." B A D . (Columbia) 4. "Transmission," Joy Division. (Quest) 5. "Burn Up." Sioaxie and the Banshees. (Geffen) 6. "Jane Says," Jane's Addictioa. (Warner Bros.) 7. "Charlie Dance," James. (Sire) 8 "Do You See?," H o a t e n and Collectors. (I.R.S.) 9. "Too Much," The Fee lies. (A&M). 10. "Liar, Liar," Debbie Harry. (Reprise)

O METALLIC A M e t a l l i c a w i l l p e r f o r m at 7 JO p m F r i d a y . Nov 25 a t Cobo Arena in D e t r o i t T i c k e t s a r e $1" 50 F o r m o r e informaUon. c a l l 547-4000 O R E C O R D R E L E A S E PARTY T b e B u t l e r T w i n s w i l l celebrate t h e release of t b e i r latest record, "The Butler T w i n s . L i v e in D e t r o i t , " w i t h Tbe Progressive Bines B a n d . J o h n Sinclair and His Blues Scholars a n d R e d f o r d S t e v e Pappas f r o m 9 p.m. to 2 a m Satord a y Nov 26. a l Moby Dick's. 5452 Schafer. D e a r b o r n F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n , c a l l 5*1-3650 O FREDOIE J A C K S O N Fre»idie Jackson w i l l p e r f o r m w i t h special guest. Loose Ends, oo Sunday Nov 27. at the Fox Theater in D e t r o i t T i c k n s are $22 Ml F o r m o r e i n f o r m a U o n . call 569-3SOO O R O B E R T PALMER Robert P a l m e r w i l l p e i f m m at 8 p_m Wednesday, N o v 30. at tbe State Theater in D e t r o i t T i c k e t s are $17 50 For m o r e i n f o r m a tion, c a l l 423-6666

LP The following are the top record hits as they appear in this week's issue of Billboard magazine. Copyright 1988. Billboard Publications Inc. Reprinted with permission. 1. "New Jersey." Boa J o v t (Mercury) 2. "Appetite for Destruction," G B B S & Roses. (Geffen) 3. "Cocktail Soundtrack." various artists-lElektra; 4. "Hysteria." Def Leppard. (Mercury) 5 "Rattle and Hum." U2. (Island) 6. "Don't Be Cruel." Bobby Brown. (MCA) 7. "Simple P l e a s u r e s . " Bobby McFerrin. (EMI-Manhattan) 8. "Faith," George Michael. (Columbia) 9. "Tracy Chapman." Tracy Chapman. (Elektra) 10. " A n d J u s t i c e f o r A l l . " Metallica.* Elektra)

CLASSICAL Here a r e the top 10 selections on Dick Wallace's show on WQRS-FM 105

1. 'Symphony in C," Bizet. 2. " E m p e r o r Piano Concerto," Beethoven. 3. "Holberg Suite," Grieg. 4 "Symphony No. 25," Moxart 5. "Grand Canyon Suite," Grotfe. 6. "Poet and Peasant Overture," Snppe. 7. "Flute Concerto No. 3 in D Major," Vivaldi. 8 "Piano Concerto No 2." Rachmanoff. 9 "Moldaus," Smetana. 10. "Brandenburg Concerto No. 2," Bach.


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The songs, mostly co-written by Toni Childs. mix tbe sound of Roxy Music using layer upon layer of texturing but without some of Roxy's whOrties. with the aggressiveness of Annie Lennox of the Eurythmica and Tina Turner Big and brassy are the first words that s p r i n t f mind on first hearing Toni Childs' voice

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Billy Bragg is not tbe prototypical pop star He is a socialist and poet who uses his music as a forum to express his political opinions and tell his whimsical stories On his new a l b u m "Workers Play time," Bragg balances politics with witty songs about love and its consequences. wringing buckets of emotion out of a few well-chosen words The album begins with the upbeat "She's Got a New SpeU," a frivolous tune about an obsessive love. It then slows down with "Must I Paint You a Picture.'* a heart-wrenching love song set to cocktail lounge music Bragg sings the next song. T e n d e r Comrade," a cappella His deep voice and cockney accent alone cannot make the song a s n c c — . bet the moving lyrics provide some redemption

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S t r e e t Scene reporter Charlene Mitchell is always looking for the unUsual and the unique. She welcomes comments and suggestions from readers and enterprising entrepreneurs. Write her i n care of this newspaper, 36251 Schoolcraft. Livonia 48150, or call 591-2300. Ext. 313.

Getting to gnome you It looks so easy as artist Tom Clark takes a bit of clay and gently sculpts them into what eventually become " W o o d S p i r i t s " and gnomes like this lepchrechaun, with the monicker of . Hyke. The finished product is in better gift stores throughout the area, but creator Clark will be in the area to show new releases of his work as well as those available at the present time. His appearance at 2:30 p.m. Friday will be at the Ramada Inn, 8270 Wickham Road, Romulus.

Next move is yours Chess pieces — not a political party currently in the news — were the inspiration for these shiny elephanta bearing candlesticks. Crafted of brass, they were made in India and d e a i g n e d by Mottahedeh. The New York firm produces decorative accessories, most of them reproductions from famous museums and other collections. $75 a pair. Lois Wright Inc., 239 S. Woodward, Birmingham.

So artistic Kim and Frank Yanke, longtime residents of Farmington Hills, will be showing the latest jewelry creations of Yanke Designs, when the Michigan Guild of Artists and Artisans stages its holiday arts festival Thanksgiving weekend. The arts festival provides a unique opportunity for holiday shoppers to by one-of-a-kind handmade gifts like Yanke Designs jewelry. Yanke Designs' jewelry is inspired by gem stones from around the

quilling demonstrations, a storyteller known for his knowledge of native American legends, face painting, make-and-take artifacts and cooking and tasting Indian foods. Native American Day is included in the regular museum charge of $3 for adults and $2 for students and senior citizens. For more information, call, 645-3230 Cranbrook Institute of Science, a division of the Cranbrook Educational Community, is in Bloomfield Hills.

Meaningful Thanksgiving The quints Experience a more meaningful Thanksgiving holiday by exploring our country's heritage during Native American Activity Day from 1 to 5 p.m Saturday. Nov. 19, at the Cranbrook Institute of Science. Learn through demonstrations, storytelling and games how America's first citizens lived, what they ate, how they dressed and played and why their contributions to our society affect our everyday living even now. Featured guest will be Frank EttaWageshik, a native American of the Ottawa tribe, now living in the Grand Traverse Bay area, who makes pottery in the tradition of his ancestors. By using tools left to hin. by nature, Ettawageshik fashions ancient Woodland Indian pots, mugs, bowls, vases and goblets that have become sought-after art treasures. In addition to the pottery demonstration. there will be beading and

The Lyric Chamber Ensemble will perform piano quintets in the intimate setting of the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House. 1100 Lakeshore Drive, Grosse Pointe Shores, beginning at 3 30 p.m. Sunday, Nov 20 The program will feature the ensemble's founder and artistic director. Fedora Horowitz at the piano, Stacey Woolley and Marguerite Deslippe, violins, Darryl Jeffers. viola, and Marcy Chanteaux, cello. The group will perform two masterpieces of chamber music — the romantic Piano Quintet in E Flat Major by Schumann, followed by Dvorak's moving Piano Quintet in A Opus 81. Horowitz, a well-established pianist in Romania and Israel before emigrating to the United States in 1969, has appeared at New York'S Lincoln Center and Merkin Hall. She has taught at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Eastern Michigan University and the University of ulichigan-Dearbom.

Woolley played with the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra for five years before joining the first violin section of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in 1984 t Deslippe is a graduate of Wayne State University's School of Music and also is a member of the DSO's first violin section Jeffers is in his third season with the DSO as a violist and also is music director and conductor of the Oakland Youth Symphony. Chanteaux started with the DSO as a pianist, moved to the cello section and eventually became its assistant principal Tickets cost $12 each To order or for more information, call 357-1111

Deduct-a-Ski Do you have used ski equipment you're not quite sure what to do with'' How about Subaru Deduct-a-Ski You can donate your used equipment and clothing and in return give hundreds of handicapped and disadvantaged athletes the thrill of skiing It's easy to do. Simply bring your used ski equipment and clothing to Don Thomas Sporthaus in the Bloomfield Plaza shopping center at 6600 Telegraph Road, Birmingham, between now and Dec 31 You'll receive credit for a tax-deductible contribution and all of the merchandise will be donated to ski programs of charitable organizations like Special Olympics. Boys and Girls Clubs of America and the National Handicapped Sports and Recreation Association

Creating 'dreams' from a kit Continued from Page 1 Presently, Robins works for Northwest Airlines in Minnesota. After completing a six-month probationary period there, he looks forward to coming home to his family. "One weekend I flew home, but got weathered in by thunderstorms and had to fly commercially to get back to work," he said. Robins said his plane makes life fun. "It's the topic of discussion wherever you go. They all think you're nuts, especially when they find it has a Volkswagon engine," he said. "Navigation is a lot easier now, I just purchased a special radio for this and it tells you everything you need to know."

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If those bushy-tailed varmints have been gobbling up food you've been setting out for the birds, take heart. Here comes an all-metal feeder (with the name of Hylarious birdfeeders) that lowers the boom on squirrels — and pigeons and grackles as well — the minute they step up to the feeding platform. The weight of the squirrel closes the food opening and the cagey rascals then have to look elsewhere for a free lunch. Made in White Bear Lake, Minn. 155. The Apple Wreath, 32626 Seven Mile, Livonia.

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A MAJOR event in Robin's life was attending an air show in Oshkosh, Wise. The show is considered a mecca for plane owners. "It's always a good show and this time they even had the Concorde there," he said. "There also were hundreds of home builts (kit airplanes)." Oshkosh also was a trip for Kenneth Schuman as well. Since February 1987, when he soared in a 36minute flight above the OaklandPontiac Airport, the Westland pilot has hardly come down to earth. Newly certified by the Federal Aviation Administration, he had put in 14 yArs building the BD-5, an experimental one-seater plane. "It was thrilling," said Schuman, 43. His smiling wife, Suzanne, recalls that he looked "like a kid on Christmas morning" when he came down. Schuman, who was taken with the

O r m a Lee Robbins' airplane didn't look very g r a c e f u l , sitting wingless in his driveway.

shape and smooth lines of the plane, paid $2,200 for it in 1973. After hand building every component, he estimates the plane cost more than $16,000 to build, including the engine The BD-5 is 13 feet long, has a 21foot wing span and a propeller driven by a turbo-charged Honda Civic engine, equipped with an aircra/t carburetor. It has a 26-gallon fuel tank and a cruising speed of 180 miles per hour Schuman has been flying for 10 years and is a member of the Backyard Eagles, a chapter of the Experimental Airplane Association. He

and Robins are acquainted through membership in flying clubs "After 97 hours of flying time, I'm still making modifications to the plane," he said. "You always have to improve them, though they are pretty flyable. "MY FAMILY helped me a lot in building my plane A lot of people might start and give up because it takes years, but I'm a private pilot and I've always been interested." Schuman saw one in a magazine, then saw it fly, so he signed up for a kit. While building the BD-5. he often spent three or four hours a night

working on it. investing as much as 14 hours getting a single piece to fit His interest in aviation began with building model airplanes as a child, and later was fanned by a stint in the Air Force. Schuman flew gliders while he was stationed in England, but later switched to motorized planes. Presently. Schuman. an electrician at the GM Delco plant in Livonia, flies from Willow Run Airport, which is close to the family home "It's costly," he said "Any flying is and since the plane is a single seater. I can't take my family up with me."

A tale of a car that ate the garage By Shirlee Roe* Men staff writer

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Now don't start expecting Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey to come waltzing across tbe stage. But you can expect to see some excellent footwork, by members of Michigan's premiere modem dance company at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 11-12. ...The Harbinger Dance Company will give its fall concert those two nights at Smith Theatre on Oakland Community College's Orchard Ridge Campus in Farmington Hills. The concert will feature the innovative choreography of Harbinger's exciting new artistic director, Diann Sichel, as well as works by notables Dan Wagoner and Lisa Nowak and an original composition by Detroit's jazz great, Larry Nozero. Tickets cost $8 and $10 and are available by calling the Harbinger office at 477-7014 or Smith Theatre at 471-7700

world. Its contemporary styles have built up a reputation for being not only beautifully designed, but comfortable to wear. The festival will be held in the University of Michigan coliseum from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 26, and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 27. Admission will be $2 for adults and $1 for senior citizensF and students Children under 12 years will be admitted free of charge

Cars burn oil and eat gasoline, but one car simply ate the garage Our new condominium in West Bloomfield came with a two-car garage, armed with a magic device to open and close the doors, an open sesame fantasy. On frigid winter nights, just a squeeze of a button inside your car and in one magic moment, you're warm and safe in your own garage. A comfort, coveted and appreciated, and guarded, too, it seems Six months after our move in, my bobby happy hubby moved in on tbe garage with plans to build a 1929 Mercedes from a kit When it was duly delivered and a Volkswagen chassis chosen for the "guts," Jack's own wheels were summarily ousted, bis faithful Audi left out in tbe cold. Maybe he deserved that Rut when parts and frame are laid out next to tbe chassis for work purposes. tbe car eats ap tbe total garage space So far my little blue sports car has sizzled in tbe sun for tbe summer season If auturrtn's here, who knows what comes next A lot more elbow grease and bead scratching loom ahead before tbe cream-colored, b r o w n - t r i m m e d

Mercedes will be ready to gas up and go. Right now December and January's ice storms seem dangerously near When I met Jack 41 years ago, he already had more than 10 years of doing hand-builts behind him, and he was only 17. With three brothers in service during World War II and one a Marine Corps pilot. Jack built just about every balsa wood model airplane he could find and afford and dreamed of flying himself someday JUST FOR fun, be constructed kites as a young teen When our three kids were halfgrown. about 20 years ago. Jack heard tbe hum of ham radio and went through a phase, which for him meant building bis own radio and transmitter Somehow, once he put these intricate mechanisms together. he seemed to lose interest and look for another challenge The Mercedes came into our lives last September when upon returning from an overseas trip we w hi led sway several hours at John F Kennedy Airport in New York There, on display, was tbe very Mercedes Jack later opted to build An automotive designer's delight, it was something to gaze and wooder about

the brake linings, disassembled the wheel housings and put in new rear brakes, master cyclinder, starter, distributor and carburetor

Shirlee Iden Jack speculated only about its buildability, and shortly after returning home, he ordered the kit Its arrival was akin to a feeling that we were once again expectant, except tbe baby was here and needed more than a few finishing touches Jack set out to find a suitable chassis so he could begin After he found Recycled Bugs — The Parts Place, out near the Silverdome. a chassis was delivered And when Jack got Don Waters, whose knowledge of cars and their innards is vast, things started to move. For my hobby happy hubby, it's exciting "It's dealing with things you've always left to a mechanic." he says "Working from tbe bare 1968 pan and frame, you can really learn about every part of a car." SO FAR, Don and Jack have replaced or rebuilt tbe hydraulic brakes and tbe transmission, redone

The kit car is designed for a Volkswagen chassis, and we're marrying tbe chassis to the frame in a way to make repairs practical." Jack explains There's still a long ride to the finish line and an infinite amount that I don't understand at all The day they started the engine was a real red letter day. with sparks literally flying But tasks loom ahead Every possible afternoon, the work goes on. making it a treacherous trek through the garage, over parts large and small and the clutter that has de voured every inch of the garage floor Curious friends and neighbors come by from time to time, often with generous offers to help But most of these garage gazers stand back and watch, stay for a rundown of what's going on and disappear Since 1929 is tbe year of Jack s birth, I'm cheering for him to get the car on tbe road by next April for the 60th birthday celebration of himself and his kit car. But what really worries me is what Jack's next project will be

Jigsaw puzzles date to 1760s printmaker (AP) — Scatter tbe pieces of a jigsaw puzxle oo a table and few people can resist tbe challenge. Collector Anne D. Williams was entranced by tbe compelling nature of picture puzzles at an early age and those early hours spent around a table littered with puzzle pieces sparked a love of puzzles that has continued to grow. Today, William* has a collection of more than 1,800 jigsaw puzzles and related examples. According to Williams, tbe first known jigsaw puzzles were made by London printmaker John Spilsbury during the 1760s Hand-colored maps, engraved and printed at Spilsbury's shop, were mounted on thin mahogany boards to be out with a coping-type saw into large, r>on-interlocking pieces along the boundaries of the countries. Envious of Spilsbury's success, other printmakers soon began to copy and profit from his innovation. But it was tbe mid-1780s before anyone made the leap from maps, which seemed so logically divisible, to making puzzles of other subjects.

Aithough a few purely frivolous puzzles entertained children in the late 1700s and early 1800s, most of these early puzzles were made with a child's education foremost in mind.

ly mimicked the earliest F-ngii«h puzzles, producing maps of single American states as well as tbe entire country. But after tbe Civil War, as the businesses of toy and game makers blossomed, American puzzles surged to the forefront of world puzzle art. During the last 30 years of the 19th century, American manufacturers also began to use cardboard as a backing for their puzzles, another innovation that assured tbeir success. Puzzles had always been child's play, but during tbe late 1800s new technical developments, such as the power scroll saw (later know as the jigsaw) and the invention of plywood, made increasingly difficult puzzles feasible. By 1908. tbe puzzle craze was on. A wooden jigsaw puzzle or two became a required element of every society house party.

XS THE subject matter changed, so did the cutting style. Expensive hardwoods were still the preferred material, but unlike Spilsbury's prototypes. these puzzles were laboriously cut with large interlocking border pieces that framed a series of simply cut interior shapes. It was a style that would persist for an entire century. Although a few purely frivolous AS THE public's expertise grew, puzzles entertained children in the manufacturers and individual puzzle late 1700s and early 1800s, most of makers increased tbe difficulty of these early puzzles were made with their puzzles. Manufacturers devela child's education foremost in mind. oped intricate new styles of interMaps were a mainstay, but puzzles locking cuts that included special fitaught math, grammar, natural his- gural pieces. Other makers cut puztory. religion, politics and geogra- zles without interlocking pieces at phy. all. Puzzle mania swept America By the 1850s. however, pleasure again during tbe dark years of tbe puzzles had surpassed tbeir more Great Depression, as people sought pedantic predecessors in popularity. distraction from their troubles. AmPuzzle makers in England. France ateur puzzle makers abounded as and Germany began to dissect a out-of-work men and women turned huge variety of non-educational pic- their skills to the jigsaw in hopes of tures. and soon America joined in. making a meager living. At first. U.S. puzzle makers timidWith the advent of television and

the age of electronic entertainment, tbe puzzle slipped quietly into tbe background of favored evening pastimes. But in many ways, tbe art of tbe jigsaw puzzle didn't reach its frustrating pinnacle until 1965. with tbe production of Jackson Pollock's abstract painting "Convergence" in puzzle form. This mesmerizing puzzle, manufactured by Springbok, sold more than 100,000 copies in a few months and continues to be known as one of tbe most maddening puzzles ever made. Wooden puzzles also have made a comeback. A few dozen artists are currently crafting stock and customordered wooden puzzles that rival tbe finest old puzzles in difficulty. Prices start at around 975 and rise to several thousand dollars. According to Williams, a puzzle's value is largely determined by its age. rarity and graphic appeal. Tbe quality of tbe craftsmanship, both in the picture and tbe cutting, and tbe number of pieces may have a bearing on tbe puzzle's value, as will its condition, completeness and presence of the original box. Puzzles by known^makers are preferred. PRICES VARY widely, although most available examples fall into tbe $5 to 1100 range. Cardboard puzzles for adults dating from tbe 1930s on usually sell for less than 910, but children's puzzles from this period will be a bit more. Children's puzzles from the 1800s may sell for 950 to 9400, while a complete 18th-century puzzle in its original box may fetch 9200 to 9000. A rare example such as a Spilsbury. of which only a handful are known to exist, may cost 91.500 to 93.000 or more. Missing pieces or boxes, poor condition or lack of visual appeal would lower these estimates. It's always risky buying a puzzle in an unassembled state, Williams said. Missing pieces are the most common puzzle flaw. As with most collectibles, however, it's often worth buying a less than perfect puzzle, if it's an unusual or rare example

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drums, Chris Collins on saxophone a n d Todd Ague on keyboards — at OnStage in Grand Circus Parti in d o w n t o w n D e t r o i t The group will perform t w o shows — 9 4 0 and 11 JO p.m. — every Friday and Saturday through Dec. 17. The group is known lor its fresh, energetic pop-soul music. For information or reservstions, call 965-2920.


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(AP) — Magazine editor Nick Sullivan has abandoned the bustle and commuting chaos of Manhattan to live with his family in a converted barn in rural Massachusetts — without giving up his job. Sullivan edits and writes on a personal computer, sends and receives memos on a facsimile machine and. every couple of weeks, spends a day or two in New York at editorial meetings. "I like i t I'm living in a spot I ordinarily would get to only oa weekends — semi-rural with nice beaches." Sullivan said recently "But there are almost no jobs there If I had wanted to work there otherwise, I'd have had to change jobs." Sullivan is one of a growing number of Americans — nearly 25 million by one count — who have taken advantage of a boom in information technology and slowly changing attitudes to quit commuting and work full— or part-time at home. The federal Bureau of Labor Statistics, In a one-time survey in 1985. found 18.1 million people out of the total work force of 97 7 million worked at home at least some of tbe time. By 1987, 23 3 million people worked at home at least part-time, and the number climbed to 24.9 million this year, according to Link Resources, a New York consulting firm that has begun surveying the trend Tbe 1988 figure amounts to 23 percent of tbe non-farm work force of 107 1 million.


— Nick Sullivan ALVTN Toffler. the futurist who for a decade has been predicting tbe rise of the "electronic cottage" as a combined home and workplace, said he's pleasantly surprised to find the times are catching up. The author of "Future Shock," "The Third Wave" and tbe new "Previews and Premises" noted in a recent interview that just a few years ago, he considered estimates that tbe home work force would top 15 milboo by 1990 optimistic, yet they already have been surpassed. The futurist was in town to speak to an audience of the converted — a conference for businesses which sell electronic gear to those who work at home. That itself is a measure of changing times, be said. Home workers tend to be entrepreneurs. consultants and otherwise independent types, because many of those who run big organizations are reluctant to give up control over tbeir employees, Toffler said. But traditional corporate accounting fails to note tremendous savings home work could bring society by cutting tbe time spent commuting and tbe amount government spends

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Seeing the light Cranbrook style By Dave Varga staff writer

'Most (shows) are rock and roll, designed for high school and coHege-age students. It's an age that people don't always come out to a museum, sd this brings them out.'— Doug Goudie

It's fireworks for the MTV generation. Every weekend teenagers and yuppies, bandholding couples and entire families pack into tbe Cranbrook Institute of Science planetarium to gaze up at tbe Indoor dome for a laser light show. The 45-minute show features brilliant, oooh-Inducing lines of color in ever-changing, 3-D shapes that flow and pulse to a rock-and-roll beat Results can be breathtaking or overwhelming, depending on how long your eyes can bold out. Unlike fireworks, the dazzling display only pauses between songs. Video thrills, no waiting. There is waiting to get in, though. Crowds line up on any given weekend for the three Friday and two Saturday night shows. On a recent visit to Cranbrook, the Saturday night shows were both sold out, with lines of visitors waiting among tbe museum's rows of encased quartz and other minerals. It's generally a younger crowd, just tbe folks the laser shows are supposed to bring Into tbe prestigoos Bloomfield Hills science museum. "Most (stows) are rock; and roil, designed for high school and collegeage students. It's an age that

people don't always come out to a museum, so this brings them out," says Doug Goudie, coordinator of the laser show. This night featured the "Genesis" show, with nine tunes from the British rock group varying from the days when Peter Gabriel fronted them to the more successful Phil Collins days. It continues through Dec. 10 and will be followed by "The British Invasion." Saturday and Sunday afternoon shows, meanwhile, feature "The History of Rock and Roll." (Call 645-3200 for details.) FOR MOST visitors, the music didn't matter. Young Bridget Schultz of Bloomfield Hills said she liked the show, but she wasn't a Genesis fan. Adult Frank Saluk of Royal Oak, though, is a Phil Collins fan. "I enjoy this type of music," he saia. But, his son. Cliff, and Cliffs friend, Dan Doctor, don't "Tbey didn't tell us the music until after we got here," Cliff said. Their preference? "Iron Maiden." Doctor said. David Alioa of Canton said be had seen a similar laser show in California, while his date, Shelley Rothenberg of Oak Park, hadn't. "But I enjoyed what I saw," she said. Alioa said be did too. "The only thing is I wish he'd make it louder and keep it wider," be said. Tbe siz loudspeakers in the 83-seat planetarium provided ample volume for most listeners. It doesn't reach the decibel level of a Poison concert, but Goudie said some folks treat it as a concert and sing along. As for the width of the laser lights, Mark Green of Bloomfield Hills also noticed they were kept in the middle of the rounded ceiling. "It wasn't wide enough. It was really narrow," he said. Tbe laser lights — which dance and play among stars, planets and other heavenly bodies projected on tbe ceiling — are kept in the middle of the ceiling for good reason, Goudie said. "If someone was tall enough and jumped high enough and caught a laser in tbe eye, tbey could be in big trouble."

THE PIERCING clarity of the lights can be tiring. At times people closed their eyes. The slower songs and correspondingly slower lights were relieving "My eyes got really tired and started twitching," Green said. "It's almost like looking at a strobe light" Goudie or other light operators keep the lights throbbing to tbe music. "It's a live show really." Goudie said. A Boston firm called Image Engineering Inc. creates shapes and designs that seem to fit the songs and matches them on digital quality video. Shapes on that tape can then be manipulated during each show on a control board, which adds the special effects and different colore. "We listen closely to what the audience seems to like, whether they clap or cheer. That's where tbe showmanship comes in. It's a very important live aspect that makes every show different" Goudie said. In f a c t the show operators that night Ray Koltys and Jon Barth, both kept tbeir eyes trained oo the ceiling during the performance, breaking into smiles several times at their better creations. Those creations can leave the viewer speechless, while at other times it forces some kind of vocal response. Very impressive. ALTHOUGH THE light images can look still, tbe beam actually is continually retracing each an image it projects about 30 times per second. Goudie said. Tbe system is worth about $500,000, Goudie said. B u t since it was built from scratch, Cranbrook turns a profit oo most shows, be said. Charge for the light shows is $1.50 per person over regular museum admission of $3 for adults. | 2 for students and senior citizens. "Our most popular w o e the Wall (by Pink Floyd). We added extra shows consistently for five months," Goodie said. That show may return because it was so popular.

Resort holidays prove popular with families Continued from Paps 1 Behind Tbe Porch is the large dining room, which serves a plentiful breakfast, lunch and dinner for 94-99, 91.50 and M K respectively. The meal price for children is their age multiplied by 35 cents for breakf a s t 45 cents for lunch and 55 cents for dinner THE SCENE here at Thanksgiving is very much a traditional autumn scene Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings in the dining room Daytime crowds in warm sweaters rand the hag* slide, which 94 aa boar, bat accommodates people for that price. Hayridas available through Thanksgiving You 11 find people drinking hot diocolate or hot soup In the warming hat at the top of ths slide. Hikers fo»Ww the trails, marked easy to moderate, that wander through the 1,990

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OF COURSE, all of Michigan's many inns are open to you, but they too may be booked up for this year. You can check the Bayview Inn or the Terrace Inn, Petcakay, or the Montague Inn, Saginaw. Your best bet this year might be a resort like Traverse Resort in Acme, G I verse City. Call around. You should also consider Ontario inns, like Benmiller Inn la Goderich or Elors Inn ia Elora Canada celebrates its Thanksgiving om the fcrst Monday In October, so these l a s might be a little

The Potawatorai Inn Inn is ooe of S i Indiana state park inns You will also find state park lodging ia Olio and Kentucky. If you Ilka warm, fortabie indoor facilities and but not unbearably cold, outdoor tivitiee, you might want to go as south as Pine Mountain State Park,

Thanksgiving T V Potaw iwatomi lan rhargas by the bed, not per parson. Its rates are 992.56 for a room with bed> I3T 90 with two for the tan A R R 2, 199, Ango t, lad. 49799, or call (919)999-1977.


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organizing Dorothy .Lehmkuhl Q. Even though I don't have a business, I sometimes feel I need a secretary with so much mail coming in tbe door. What shall I do with all these papers.? A Papers may seem less perplexing if you get back to basics and try my DRAFT system, an acronym for the five things you can do with paper: D Stands for Delegate (not 'Don't know . . . ) The best managers know how to delegate properly, so if you can pass a paper on to someone else for action you will have simplified your life by one step. Place it in a special file for others (your spouse?) to handle. R is for Read. Reading material m e r i t s its own special place — perhaps a bookshelf at the office or near your bed or easy chair at home. Do your casual reading when you feel like it but set aside specific study/career reading times. A means Action. Set up special folders to hold items like bills to pay, letters to answer, etc. F is for File. Each item retained for further reference must have a home of its own. Any collection of five or more papers on the s a m e subject merits its own folder. Fewer papers may be stapled together and added to similar material. T equals Toss Ask: Is there a good purpose for saving it? What will happen if I throw it out? Do I care"' (or does anyone else?) Am I the only one with this information? (or could I retrieve it at the library, for instance?) If answers a r e negative. pitch it. Start by sorting your stacks of appers into the five foregoing categories. You will end up with four, since one will already be in the wastebasket. Stack your reading — leaving three; deliver or file your "delegations" — leaving only two remaining categories. Now do your filing, setting up proper folders as you go. (You may need to purge existing filing space first). Finally, divide your action items into priority order, using folders marker " I m m e d i a t e Action," "Hot" or "Now" for miscellaneous things to do right away, and labeling other folders appropriately for work to be done later. Papers really aren't difficult to control when you categorize them and make decisions as you come to them.

Kitchens key in new home purchases


EW HOME shoppers enter the marketplace with a vast and varied list of criteria ranging from the number of bedrooms to the dimensions of the family room. When it comes to the kitchen, many people are more impressed by appearances than good design. Flaws are not obvious until a f t e r the purchase, when the new owners actually use the room. "It's ironic that kitchens and baths are the rooms that sell homes, yet many novice home buyers are unaware of what constitutes good kitchen design," said Francis Jones, CKD, executive director of the National Kitchen and Bath Association. "People tend to evaluate a kitchen on looks and newness, as they would a living room or a deck. The big difference is that the kitchen is actually a workshop, where meals- are prepared and entertaining is done. A good floor plan is critical to the success of both activities," Jones said. To help new home buyers evaluate the quality of their kitchens, Jones identified seven key areas that de-

serve special scrutiny. • COUNTER SPACE - The basic requirement is at least 24 inches of space on either side of the sink and 12 to 18 inches on each side of the range. Avoid an isolated refrigerator with no adjacent counter space. The need for "landing space" next to the handle side of the refrigerator is especially important because we usually remove more than one item at a time. Fifteen inches is the minimum recommended amount of counter space. • STORAGE — What's inside a cabinet is as i m p o r t a n t as what's outside, storage aids such as slideout pantries, roll-out drawers, cutlery dividers, tilt-out sink fronts and roll-out trash bins enhance efficiency. • P R O P E R LIGHTING - The move toward multipurpose kitchens is accompanied by more sophisticated lighting needs. In addition to general overhead lighting is a need for task lighting over the sink and counters. • ADEQUATE VENTILATION — Especially important in great

room' kitchens, adequate ventilation prevents smoke, grease and odors from circulating through the house. Range hoods maybe sufficient to do the job, or additional fans and blowers m a y be necessary

higher and removal of cooked foods takes place with arms raised above the head, at their weakest point. • ADEQUATE CLEARANCE SPACE — For safety, comfort and efficiency, it's imperative that clearance spaces be allowed for • SAFETY — Traffic patterns opening the oven, r e f r i g e r a t o r , should not interfere with the work dishwasher and cabinet doors, using triangle. The fewer people who in- the appliances, passing behind seattersect the cook's path, the less ed diners and passing other family chance for an accident to occur. members in the kitchen. When cross traffic is inevitable, at For example, for easy access, a least the range-to-sink path should dishwasher requires 42 inches from be uninterrupted by household traf- the front of the unit to the surface fic, as this is where grease spills, opposite it. An additional 20 inches steaming pots and others hazards of space next to the dishwasher is reare most likely to occur. quired for loading and unloading Other safety considerations should A common mistake is to install the include avoidance of sharp corners unit adjacent to a corner-angled sink on islands, which are usually eye- or at a right angle t o the sink, ignorlevel with children and hip level with ing the 20-inch requirement. The adults. Microwave ovens should be user cannot stand at the sink or near placed no higher than eye level. Any dish storage to load and unload

Robert M. Meisner Q. I a m a member of a homeowners association hot they appear not to be actively pursing collection of any assessments nor do they enforce the restrictions contained within tbe Declaration of Covenants. What can I do? A. Find out who the directors a n d / o r officers of the association are and write them a letter reminding them of their responsibilities. Tell them that you expect them to adhere to their responsibilities in enforcing the homeowners association restrictions and bylaws and otherwise collecting assessments from all m e m b e r s timely. Tell them that you expect that everyone in the community will adhere to the restrictions and rules and regulations that they have a fiduciary duty to ensure that this is being done. Perhaps this action will have a therapeutic effect of the members of the homeowners association. Finally, ask them if they have any directors and officers liability insurance which may send them a message. Robert M. Meisner is a Birmingham attorney specializing in condominiums, real estate, corporate law and litigation.

'It's ironic that kitchens and baths are rooms that sell homes, yet many novice buyers are unaware of what constitutes good kitchen design.' — Francis Jones designer


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J U 8 T FINISHED Carpeting ia d o w n and it'a reedy for new owners! Magnificent new con • I ruction in a lovaly area with wooded ravine and stream setting. Lota of quality extras throughout. Phone for further information and your private showing. $549,900 H-37130


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CLOISTERS C O N D O Quiet wooded setting for this 3 bedroom end unit with o p e n contemporary decor throughout! Lake, clubhouse with pool (Jacuzzi too), tennis in complex. Greet veluel $194,900 H-38177

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LOT8 OF HOME Near St. Hugo in • great family areel Spacious 4 b e d r o o m colonial with 2 full and 2 half bathe, 2 fireplaces, family r o o m plus rec room. Bloomfield Hills schools. $189,900 H-31331

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312 Livonia

A WHOLE LOT OF VALUE tor • very modeet price- Feature* m Here a a cream putt fust waiting tor i large country kitchen l i t y o u 4 b e d r o o m 2W b a t h colonial In lioor laundry, beeutltul w o o d d e c * mint condition- Hurryl $148,900 wooded lot pfcj* 4 bedrooms. Super N o r t h w e s t L i v o n i a l o c a t i o n at (130.900 HARRYS. ROW 464-7111

Attn: Transferees CENTURY 21

LEVAN 4 SCHOOLCRAFT-3 bedr o o m b n c * ranch, fk apiece. 2 car

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459-6000 The sbove telephone number is not now. nor has It been (since t 2 ' 8 6 ) . wtth Century 21 G o l d JOY a C A N T O N Center Rds 3 b e d room rench. !'•» beths. tamity a living room C o m e r lot Deteched garage r e n c o d H acre lot Can be reroned tor c o m m e r c i a l $75,900 CaE tor appointment, after 6pm961-3686 N CANTON - 4 bedroom colonial, 2 H balha. tamay roomTlrapleca. bar. Brushed basement den. sprinklers, s i r . e l e r m . M u s i sell $129,800 459-7125


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you are looki I the amarvtlee an m thle lovely Dutch colonial rooms. beths. temky room with Briplece end wet-ber. 1st Boor laundry. cantrel ac. storage shed, plus 2 car attached garage Don't went $115,900

COLDWELL BANKER 476-4660 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 410 412 413 414 415 416

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312 Livonia

312 Livonia

B4G A N D BEAUTIFUL Western U w n n 4 b e d r o o m brick coionlel with den. tst Boor leundry. 2 ' * beths. family room. Wreplece. dining room, central air 4 dec* o v e r l o o k i n g an e x t r a big lot $146,900 HARRY S

BY OWNER - Pmecree*: Sub 3 bedroom. 2 ' * b a t h ooiorial, 2 Arepleoes. cathedral ce'imgs, underground sprinkler. alarm system, large deck with gas grill, completely lendscaped. 2 y - s r s ok) & immaculate $164,900 Open Sat 4 Sun . 12-3pm 476-4757

COUPON C U P P E R S COLONIAL Heres N o r t h LXronle's beel buy m s roomy 3 b e d r o o m with temay room, Arepiece. d m m g r o o m . 1'.4 baths, basement. 2 cat e t t e c h e d garage and aluminum t r i m k n m e d l e l e occupancy $99,900 HARRYS

OVER 1500 SQUARE FEET o l iMno space m this 3 b e d r o o m t n •evel Much updating hes been d o n e to put this h o m e m tip top sh«>e. mck>d»ng fumece. roof and carpeting A l krtcher appliances are included m Ihe price ot $79,900 HARRYS



QRANO COLONIAL n t U v o n t a b i g 4 bedroom 2 Story with a 1st Boor iaunory tamay room wtth fireplace a n d aluminum trim $146,900 MARRY S

PRETTY PACKAGE loaded with e x v e a ir Western U v o nta Underground api nksars central air. aluminum t n m . itmaned basement and deck w i t h p o o l This larrwfy room brick ranch has 3 bedrooms. 1V, beths. natural flrepiece and 2 car ettecned gerage $96 900 HARRY S


WOLFE 421-5660

BY SPECIAL INVITATION V I P premier showing o l thle elegant c e n t r a l Uvonta brick ranch 1570 aquare ft. ot kvkig wtth a glamore k i t c h e n i e a t u n n g ceramic floors oak c a b i n e t s s n d more FamEy room with Aeidalone Veplace, huge sir M u s i see this one! $119,900 HARRY S






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Peck your peirtt brusn - spruce up this 3 b e d r o o m ranch tor a nice starter h o m e Finished beaement with Wrapiece, a n d a* appliances are included m ttvs low price - $46,900

FREE! YOUR CHOICE . . . • Special Financing • $5,000 in options • Or closing costs.



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U V O N I A a AREA R E D F O R D - C O N O O ! Beeutltul 2 b e d r o o m c o n d o . large dining area plus eetmg apece in k i t c h e n Neutral decor, newly d e c o r e t e d betn. comm o n * beaement A REAL CREAM PUFF! $39,500 (L41Sev> Cefl 5225333 LiVONiA-Cute a n d c o i y 2 bedroom eiuminum r a n c h o n large country lot Newer k i t c h e n , giaaa and ecreened in p o r c h . M l baaemenl a 1 car g v e p e $69,900
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WOLFE 421-5660

PRIOE OF OWNERSHIP realty shows m this 3 bedroorr b n c k ranch c o m p l e t e w i t h central air finished baaemenl a n d large c o u n t r y kitchen. Roof a n d l u m a c e heve been rapleced Just m o v e n and e r v (0* Super l o c e u o n tor only $79,900 HARRYS


The abooe t e l e p h o n e number e not now. nor hes It been (since 12/661 affiliated wtth C e n t u r y 21 Goldhouee.'

•erred $100,500 HARRYS


Large c o n t e m p o r a r y 2 story home m pr estigious Q u a k e r Town Sub Large * . acre lot wtth no neighbor backyard Tfas 3 b e d r o o m 2% bath bunt m 1966 has everything s buyer wents In s h o m e Greet room, gathering room w i t h e c o n o m i c e i (wood b u r l i n g ) stove e n d 2 car attached g a r a g e $149 ,900 CaE:

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FAMILY FAVORITE No d o u b t ttvs m the beet buy e v M atole In a 4 b e d r o o m . 2'4 betn brick colonial C e n t r a l Uvonla's Kimberty Oaks' leetursng a tamay r o o m . V e -


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474-5700 Quiet & Serene

Meticulous 3 b e d r o o m 1'e b e t h brick snd a l u m i n u m ranch, lamay room with V e p l a c e 2 car attached gerage. cm heavily treed lenced y a r d with Oec*/petto Completely Bnished besement with shower - c o u l d be 4th b e d r o o m or oMoe. plus work room area $109,900

C O L D W E L L BANKER 459-6000 T h e above telephone number is not nom. nor has n been I since 12/661. afflkated wtlh Century 2 1 GoldRURAL C U S T O M Sqrewkng 2000 aq. I I brsck h o m e on neerly an acre 3 large bedroome. formal d m m g room. 2 H balha. 23 ft. family r o o m wtth V e na. central elr a n d 2 car attached ge $144,900 HARRYS

WOLFE 421-5660

Spectacular Colonial 4 b e d r o o m e T t bathe, formal dmtng. country kitchen, tamay r o o m with Urapiece iota o l clcael speoe. 2 car attached gerage. on over an acre with p o o l Juel reduced $179,900





TOP OF THE LINE 3 bedroom brick ranch In mmt condKlon and decoraeed Its perfection You'* enjoy me IVk balha. apeooue room. Smehed baeement. pkja oantrsl ak Tine home hea a prfveM yard that back* M wooded area Now on the merket and priced to >ea al I M 900



NEW C O N S T R U C T I O N . JUST C O M P L E T E D Open i - S p m , 1500 eq.fl brick ranch 3 bedroom. 2 beth ^ e e l room with arepiece. let Moor laundry marry Wrtraa A l M a on a prtvate treed lot 1 1 4 0 000 261-5764




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WOLFE 421-5660

m M you to m pranwr showing of f w magrtitant H e a t * mod* home I s set on one ahd on^tulf xm ot m p o M . prMnc. mang. deop(y-wood«d tand on r w . sprtng-W cryrt^dear Haotwr L*e Most nmaKjMe o< * s 9w «W tm a Vh acr% hmmm n tm ym-rnni splendor tocaled in quttft Chrtaton can be yours so ratsonaUy m\ mfl 20H doom on Land Contact terms So see to "Hwf*r" <*m n% new angte contemporary dasgn. catwM caftngs and «al of windows And see how reasonably • » home ol your drums ontoeh o m o * of your dreams / //hSBSC£l/f€-J

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Beeutltul onck r a n c h rwnodeied a n d e n l a r g e d krlchan. buai-in applia n c e s newer windows, c e n i r a l a«r. B a a e m e n l end garage $61,900

CENTURY 21 Hartford South 261-4200

314 Plymouth OPEN SAT-SUN.. 12-5 Also shown by appointment New Custom Country Estates with 10 acres Plymouth schools Private Development Ceder I Cobbieetone Jacuzn a much more. 1 acre zoning 6644 Abl Lane, oft Brook viae Rd betw Gottrledeon a Salem Rd . Salem Twp M l k e F a r r e * . 453-1615

Derimg starter or retiree home - 3 bedrooms, 1% baths, with o p e n floor plan tor thai spacious look New remodeled kitchen new Stemmaster carpeting In living r o o m , hardwood Boors maintenance tree exterior and 1'4 block garage $75,500 Call

318 Dearborn Dearborn Heights G O O D STARTER HOME lor H a n d y m a n or i n v e s t m e n t p r o p e r t y o n s l a n d c o n t r a c t 3 b e d r o o m 1% story aluminum bungalow, hardwood Boors. $ 3 6 , 0 0 0 S 7 0 6

Michigan Group Realtors 591-9200 N D e a r b o r n Mgts Dearborn schools C h a r m i n g doll house amongst towing oaks Feeluree updated kitchen, central air. Bnished basement wtth m m - k lichen and cozy master sulle F H A / V A terms - $0 down $59,900

One Way Realty 473-5500

302 Birmingham Bloom fieW COLDWELL BANKER BILL RUGG 459-6000

The above telephone number
315 Northvilla-Novi A lovely 4 b e d r o o m ranch, t ' e baths, oversized garage wtth work aree, owners says. "SeE $64,900 ERA-Country Ridge 474-3303 or 346-6767 NORTHVILLE COUNTRY - 5 > b e d r o o m brick ranch. 2.100 sq. R.. 3 H car garage. $ 172.900 437-3344

316 Waatiand Garden City

Spacious 3 b e d r o o m brick ranch Carpeting Fu« Bnished besement Fenced yard Immediate occupancy Asking $67,900 I C M 397-7114


GREAT STARTER HOME! 3 bedroom, 2'e car garage a l u m i n u m s»dad. large fenced m tot $20,500 Bring all offers 525-0369


3 Bedroom brick ranch remodel i d kitchen, central air. deck. 2 ' * car garage a n d carport immediate occupancy $52,900 Can


CENTURY 21 464-7111


tamay home m one of Waatiand'e Brest auba 3 bedroom brick ranch Brushed baaemenl. 2 baths, extra mition newer furnace a roof Thle •e is a must eael $54 900

Century 21 COMMUNITY 728-8000

Price Is Right

Move nght r W i l in - e a t h e w o f f has I master beth. now k m a c a . new r o o l . decorator waapepei - It s aa here" $64 900 Caft


COLDWELL BANKER 347-3050 WESTLAMO - By 3 bedroom ranch soft 2'» car gari tot $66 900

B L M F D HILLS mailing and schools 3 b e d r o o m b n c k ranch. Ig family rm wtth fireplace, central ak 2 car attached garage, baaemenl. lerge treed lot low taxae. lota of new extras Must see-$106,000 336-7649 BLOOMFIELD TWP B»m.nghem Schools Ranch with waik-out to beeutltul lol a plenty o l privacy 3 bedrooms. beths. library, family r o o m , sewing room 2'-i car garage wtth w o r k r o o m . 2 nature! Nrepiacee. central air, many custom leeiuree $179,500 655-1376, 391-3403

room. 1600 antra large 326-9314

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Michigan Group Realtors 591-9200

METRO PASSBOOK WINNER THE O'REILLY FAMILY 17341 Kinross Birmingham PEGGY VELLA 9060 Columbia Redford Please call the promotion d e p a r t m e n t of the Observer & Eccentric to claim your Passbook a n d make arT rarigements t o pick It up

591-2300, ext. 404 CONGRATULATIONS!

BEAUTIFUL contemporary 3 bed> r o o m colonial famify room. Rra» place. I S beths. 'ormel d l n m g and kvvng r o o m flniahed basement, cerw tral aw profeesioneay iandscap«




EXCITING NEW contemporary loft model on large lot with 3 to 4 bedroome. 2 story liraplece. french d o o r s , skylight Europeen style c a d nets a 2 car side entry garage 5757 Coomer W BloomBeid $119,900 Builder 737-6017 IN-LAW SUITE Possible in this huge 5 b e d r o o m bnck colonial Family room with fireplace. forme! dmmg room e l a n d kitchen, library Bnwhed rec room, side entrance garage and more TreneSerred owners Drastic reduction $174,900 RED CARPET KEIM MIDWEST 477-0660

N«w 3 Bedroom Colonial West Bloomfield Schools Immediate Occupancy 3 bedroom 2 H baths Formal Dmmg 2 Car Gerage Our Lady of Refuge Pariah Lake Priviiegee LOW Down Payment $96,990 BYRNE BENSON HOMES 666-1116 681 5090 M o d e l Home Located Greer Rd H m a e E of Hiaer Rd O p e n 1-6 p m Set .Sim M o n UPOATED COLONIAL - 4 bedr o o m e 2** bethe c e n t r e e * . pe«o 6 screened porch $156 000 By crwner Appointment only 6 6 t - t » l 2

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b e d r o o m s . 2 baths lavs, family r o o m , dining room, place. 3 . 2 0 0 square feet LARRY HENNEY 477CENTURY 2 1 CHALET


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D O N ' T MISS THIS ONEIHJ Elegant coiornai Oversized rooms. I bedrooms 2 H bett room, living 6 lamay r o o m s / f i r e piece, first floor laundry, na/hre, room, central aa, 2 H car M a t u r e treee $169 000 Owner/broker Oays 356-3225 Eves 476-622$


LARGE TRl-LEVEL. 5 bedroom, fir* piece lerge tot, central ea. newly -s> m o d e l e d 9 Mae 6 Middlebefl area $67,900 477-3596

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New Construction' Farmington HMA location b e e u t M w o o d e d lot 3 bedroome. 2'•» b e t h * 1st floor laundry • « • - « p a n t r * some s e l e c t i o n s a r e yoursW $139 900

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O W N E R S ANXIOUS 4 b e d r o o m o n . tormel 60 * 309 m mnedleM 00 $59,900 Ca* James G cupancy $59 349-4036 Cutler Reelty ROLLING O A K S S u e - N FarmingloJ HdN Large 4 b e d r o o m cxaomai. 6 brery. c a r p e t e d roc room Neutn decor Huge deck New - o o f O w n e r / A g e n t $169,900 661-124

305 Brighton, Hartland. Walled Lake

W A L L E D L A K E - T h r e e year o M STuaiNiNG - 3 b e d r o o m contempo- rBleed ranch. 3 b e d r o o m e 2 1 rary ranch, m e r e m condition many updetes speoowa Cat a i a i W t o i aa douOie 104, • to beach P»as 553-7347


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A NICE COZY F E E U N Q While you relax b y tfw t h i s 3 b e d r o o m brick r e n c h on a c o u n t r y lot i - e r g e k r t c h e n . «xcwier< d e c o r . I amity r o o m e n d g a r a g e Onl> $114,900 B717

CITY To occupy thM C a p e C o d home o i very c o u n t r y '•> acre setting Owners OPEN SUNDAY I - 4 P M have r e d o n e tnts home m the last I 4621 Cherlng Cross. N o l 16. E ot yeers to include a new lurnece root, W o o d w a r d English Ranch on 1 electrical windows, siding anfl caracre 3 bedrooms, 2 baths pet A very spacious home wtth J $224,900 HMS 569-0070 b e d r o o m s plus large larnuy r o o m Cak t o d a y lor apoouitment $62 000 PRIVATE SALE. bloomBeld Hickory Hgts... 4 bedroom. 3 bath t n all brick Large landacaped lot. deck, encioaed swim spa New updates $264 ,500 Buyers only 646-0239

303 Watt Btoomfiekl Orchard Lake

GAROEN CITY - 2 bedroom akjrmn t * n ranch, family room w t f w o o d burner, lerge lot $44,500 Agent 522-6429


BIRMINGHAM 4 bedroom 2'* bath colonial. 22x14 master bedroom. V e p l a c e family room rec r o o m deep lot 2 ' i car attached Musi see interior $192,500 642-5636

BY O W N E R intown. 672 Watkma 3-4 bedrooms, 2 baths. A steel at $125,000 Interested buyers onfy call Collect 412-357-9570


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« I rear as/aw M > « m > v n m e n m p a w a auCyecr ro me F « » a Fa* Act wmc* w a m "any or <*acrmmefion baaed 'ace. reopen se« or - BY OWNER TraHwood •'o or " r*a w m HOME' w w Colonial o n wooded lot 4 bedaccept any a c * e r r o * v esfafe wr»cn a m roome. 3% baths, msny updated ex <* "» lew Ckr ' — o a r s are hereby " f a r m e d mar a * W i - y j acN»-rswc o tras'tl Shuttered windows, 2 wet r f w newspaper are eveaeiat on en oppoturvry bass bars, oedar d o a e t . ak conditioning, automatic sprinklers a much m o r e l A» M W l o n g puoaaned m The Observer & Eccentnc • sutxeci l o me $192,500 453-0101 conations stated m the appacebis rale card, cccxee of wWcn ere K t a M irom the A O a r M n q Deportment. Observe" 4 Eccentric Newspepers Home warranty included. Ftoride 36251 Schoolcra* Road. Lhonla. Ml 48150. (313) 581-2300 r h a room pelto fun waE brick V e p i e o e . Obeerver 4 Eccentric reeervee the nght no) lo accept en s o w r — 1 • fun sue garage. $89,500 * d » Obeerver & Eccentnc Ad-Takers heve no authority to bind ft«B ERA-Country Ridge 474-3303 or newspaper an} orey p u M c a M n o l an advertaemenl r a l constitute Vim 346-6767 order

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SUPER OUAO adorably decorated 4 bedrooms. 2 H beths, 2 car at lached • ached g e r e g e gorgeoue c o u n t r y kitchen, huge fam»y room, lull brick wan fireplace 9 ft wel-bar privacy lenoe. shed $109,500


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312 Livonia

BY OWNER: 2 b e d r o o m AJummixn aided Garage. Dreezewsy. on large lol wtth many trees Freeniy re-deco r a l e d S l o v e . hldge. window A.C . mower I n c l u d e d Exceaent I m e e l ment or sterter home immediate occupancy $49,900 344-3504

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4 bedroom 2% bath colonial, huge master bedroom. femEy room. deck. exoepuoneEy M Brushed baeement •ed garag* L o c k Ingtoroffers now* $114,900

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CLEAN. 3 bedroom. 3 beth ranch New cerpet. Iam»y room, utility room, almoet Vilehed baaemenl 2 car attached garage 463-5756




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306 Roch#il#f-Tro)f NEW FOft SACE-Aoclteater H * » CotonMl 3 bedroom. 2 * bath*. •tufly. 6 p « o d floor* 1149.990


ROCHESTER HILLS - J u M H u u t f 4 b e d r o o m . 2 k j l 2 halt • n a m 2V» i many e x t r a s C a n r a m a m i o p t i o n i Buy Buyer* only 375-974 ROCHESTER HILLS-THomrkdga Sub 4 b a d r o o m . 2't batfi colonMl Pramnam lot on pond, tuily

GREENPOINTE W. BLOOMFIELD 2 bedroom. 2't bath lownhouae 2 car attached garaga, V e p l a c e . cent r a aar. Km basement, p n v e l e weBed courtyerd. $109 990 661-4422 BIRMINGHAM LUXURY 3 bedroome. 9th green. Oekiend HHa Country Club 2^» beths. detached 540-7«« BIRMINGHAM 1 bedroom condo Nicely decoreled New kitchen, a r conditioning I 4 M M a i d Woodward W e conaider lend c o n t r a c t $48,500 Deys-645-7176 Eves 476-3772 BLOOMFIELD HILLS Immediate occupancy at The Heetners Popular Waslberry r n o d a on the Fifth Feirway 2 bedrooms. 2 baths $186,000 Caa 12-6 333-0300 BLOOMFIELD HILLS c o n d o 2 b e d rooms. 2 battis Prrvale r o e d Pool Pets Professionally designed By Owner $155,000 647-7417 CANTON

Mr conditioned. neutral decor. ca> a n c foyer witn o r c u l a r «a125 900. Opan Sunday 2 - 5 p m Evee 641-0246

909 Royal Oak-Oak Park Huntington Woods A Beautiful

RANCH HUNTINGTON WOODS 13134 TWbot. 2 n d b * E o l Cooadge Brick 3 b a d r o o m . 2 ' * batha. f v m g r o o m untfi fireplace. family room ( 2 1 * 18k lortnal dmmg room u p d a l ad. kj> baaamant Central aar. 2 car garage. attractive landscaping B u r t o n / B a r k lay schools S 107,500 I m m a d l a l a occupancy C a l lor appt. 543-5525 BERKLEY - 3 badrooms. 2 r e m o d eled batha. family r o o m , l o r m a l dmmg. h a r d w o o d floors. nautrai decor 2 car g a r a g e S55.000 398-8590

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2 bedrooms. hjB beaemani carport, l o r m a l d r u n g room, fireplace table • p a c e in huge kitchen, kitchen appea s e s remem - a l tor $66,000 Ceil RUTH MARTIN

C O L D W E L L BANKER 347-3050 D O W N T O W N ROCHESTER • Luxury residential c o n d o s bedroom. 2 bath. 1300 aq ft 335-1043 FARMINGTON HILLS 14 MILE - ORCHARD LAKE RO G r o u n d floor condo m Humors Rrtge. 1 bedroom. IV. baths. 950 sq ft opens to patio and landscaped y a r d Beige c a r p e l throughout, full basement, storage underneath garage $ security gale Prtvele owner. $69 900 Caa after 7pm 553-2130 FARMINGTON HILLS BY OWNER Sharp contemporary ranch m dearrsbw Croeewmds Condos Immaculate. 2 bedrooms. 2 baths, plus 3rd bedroom, V» bath and luB Bvtng space on basement level All appfea n c e s i n c l u d i n g washer . ' d r y e r , $119,500 Caa for appt 433-8527 or 661-9345

FARMINGTON HILLS HICKORY RIOGE CONDOS AFFORDABLE Bunder s Ciosoout - 5 Units Two bedroom unit from $64,990 Great location Middlebelt S of 10 Mae Limited time, free washer & dryer OPEN SAT & SUN . 12Noor>-4PM

CHARMING DUTCH COLONIAL laalixas 3 badrooms. I 1 * bath*. 2 car g a r a g a w i l h opanar. bright kitche n a t t h lots o l c u p b o a r d s a n d counand breakfast nook • 129.S T « M 4 F E R ) ASK FOR CATHY 399-1400 I SCHWEITZER REAL ESTATE I BETTER H O M E S & GARDENS C H A R M I N G 2 story Dutch Colonial m aeenatils area o l Berkley 2-3 b e d r o o m s . 2 baths, garaga. daalgner d e c o r a t e d Beeutltul fenced b a c k y a r d «r*h large deck ( 8 2 . 5 0 0 y. Eves 542-4390 HUHTIMGTON WOOOS BY OWNER 10644 T a f t x x . 3 b e d r o o m brtck alum i n u m t r i m . 2 batha. dining room. bar, Hrapiace. 2 car garage Super clean. Immefdate $98,500 Open Sun 2-5 OAK PARK - 3 bedroom brtck ranch, baaamant Available on eesy l a n d contract t e r m * . with 10% d o w n <38.000 after 8 p m 924-0707

855-0101 474-5564 CONTINENTAL REAL ESTATE FARMINGTON HILLS - 12 Mile Orchard area. 2 bedrooms. 2 baths, carport, n e u t r a decor Many cust o m features Pool, lenms $68 900 Owner anxious 855-2148 FARMINGTON - OPEN SAT , SUN 2 lo 8 PM Sharp, small 1 b e d r o o m upper near shopping Washer, dryer, air. low interest, assumption $39,500 473-7874 or 427-9550

W O L F E 474-5700 -


310 Wixonv-Commerce Union Lake

Oakland County AUBURN HILLS - beautiful 3 bedr o o m irMevel o n large treed lot. petto. deck, porch, marry m o r e «aatures. $72,900

NO VI Absolutely mint 3 b e d r o o m c o n d o in desirable Country Place. 2V» baths, formal dmlng r o o m natural Hrapiace c e n t r a air finished basement garage and more 1 Caa for appointment $124,500 R716


BRANOON TWP - charming rancfi located on a* s p o r t s lake lot alone worth $50 000 Priced l o sea c i $72,900

Michigan G r o u p Realtors 591-9200

O'RILLEY REALTY 689-8844 BRANOON TWP - C o n t e m p o r a r y ranch - deck, finished w a * o u t beaement 3 bedroome. 2Vi beths. 2 car . 5 acres 827-4575 OPEN HOUSE - Nov 5th-12th. by appt C o l o n e l o n roaing 3.37 acres. 3.000 SQ Met By owner 437-5811 437-7518 ROSE/SPRlNGFlELD-lmmeculate 3100 sqft t r i level 10 plus acres overlooking s l o c k e d p o n d 3 bedrooms, 2% beiha. finished w d k - o u t , 1st floor laundry. 2 car attached ga. rage, unfinished r o o m tor 4 t h badr o o m With b a t h Appliances m c k j d . e d 11099 Terrace Davtstx»g W . pass 1-75 t o N on Terrace. „ $154,500. Susan Sutton, Century .21. 825-9091 Or 6 7 3 - 7 9 6 4 S Y L V A N L A K E VILLAGE M o d a l noma c o m p l a l a d m 1968 ipr* j m Many cusleaturea. beautifully •179.900 862-3020

31t Grosse Points C L A R K S T O N COUNTRY - 1300 K ) f t ranch on 3 acres. i*aa maintained beeutltul setting Immedtole possession Owners anxious ' 1104.900 tor quick sals 825-3560 GROSSE POWfT PARK - newly bunt i r a d M o n a l borne on 1 acre O n 3 M B * Or 4 jt% am 4600 s q I t Ten- Ma court. 5 bedroome. large marble • toyar with ckcutoi stairs, upper $ - l o w e r haaamg * central a , 4 U b t M . 2 haH t

NOVl CONDO On the water immaculate 2 biKJroom townhouse Professionally d e c o r a t e d with many extras $99 900 mtertakee Realty Caa RKk 683-2900 NOVl - LAKEWOOO PARK H O M E S 3 bedroom, 1 ' * bath townhouse. custom formica cabinets n e u t r a colors, finished lower level private deck, attached garage Pool 8 tennis courts. $83,900 CROSSWINOS REALTY 661-5233 NOVl - 3 b e d r o o m ranch, fcril basemam. completely remodeled. $69 ,990 m u s l seel Caa for appoint«. 346-7473 OPEN SAT & SUN 12pm-«pm DESJREABLE BROOK FIELD CONOOS SUPERB LOCATION 32655 BROOK FIELD B e e u t l M 1500 sq ft Condo, private end unit shaded by large open nspiles, 2 large bedrooms. I ' * cearmc tua baths, fu»y e q u i p p e d kitchen, large famay room with arv e fireplace (gasi. wel bar. mlc r o w e i s Laundry room 8 extra storage t o p of m e I n e c a r p e t . k g M Nxturaa. draperies & herdware. lerge petlo with gas g r « . wearing distance everything, alagari n e u t r a decor $63,000 By owner interested buyer* only. 422-5572 PLYMOUTH-Musi tea 2 b e d r o o m Baaemenl. t car a t t a c h e d garage. katy landscaped, bank aplsed at $ 9 8 0 0 0 w i l l t a k e ,000 Caa after 5pm. 420-0036


RETIRED OWNERS M O V I N G SOUTH a n d are every anxious to be o n thee way Ttee 2 bedr o o m unIt has bean impeccably maintained Lovely yeer-round p o o l

920 Homo* Wayna County W A Y N E - targe 3 b e d r o o m baaamant. J * car g a r a g e over ' * acre M M L C $44 900 731-6333

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Y O U COLLECTING o n L a n d tract or s e c o n d w o n a i o i a n d 1 1 » — k w n i y t t i ltlL4W>y R » l » | 476-7640

NOVl - Waned Lake. Shorekne Condoe. 1 bedroom, compleeia kitchen, garage, waener 8 dryer 2 n d floor won lerge belcony. aakmg $53,900 Rent with option available Cad Bruce Lloyd at 346-5400


W O L F E 421-5660 W BLOOMFIELD - GREENPOINTE - 2 bedroom 2 full bath ranch, skylight, fireplace, custom ceramic We, n e u t r a color*, private courtyard. 2 car attached g a a g e poor 8 lenms courts, immediate occupancy CROSSWINOS REALTY 661-5233

330 Apartments CENTRAL BIRMINGHAM OPPORTUNITIES' See Investment properties Class 356 PLYMOUTH - City of. on Ann Arbor Trail. 4 unit building. 3700 sq ft Storage b a m - 1232 sq ft P o t e n t i a additional units Renovated, upgraded. mantenance free Victorian Taslefui interior decor grosses $33.900.'yr FulN occupied, year leases Owner 523-1996 451-1411

332 Mobile Homss For Sale CHAMPION, 1966 double wide 2 bedrooms. 2 baths with g a d e n tub. large living room, l a g e kitchen, fireplace. c e n t r a a r . l a g e deck 12x16. $25,500 722-4495 COLONADE 14x70, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, appkances. air. fireplace S h e d 13 Mile 8 N o * Rd $14,500 669-8964 or 261-2922

FARMINGTON HILLS LESS THAN $385 Mo Suitable tor a couple Little Valley 8 Mile 8 Merriman Rd 4 74-6500 L»VE IN CANTON C u s t o m order this 2 bedroom, 2 b a t h with lots o! extra* $ 9 t 5 down. $458 monthly including lot Call A d I Mobile Home* 942-0640

NEW SENSATION NEW MOBILE PARK COMMUNITY Sensational Locations: 1-94 1-275, U S 12, U S 23. M - 1 4 SENSATIONAL models on display SENSATIONAL lot choices ive wner ACADEMY I


(••It doesn t get any better ') T o trve m beautiful Plymouth a e a . can any of these location* 474-6500 699-2026 946-9340 397-1110 SKYLINE 1987- 14x60. appliances, air Reduced for immediate sate Was $17 995 Now $13,995 Can Bra. Days 662-6326 Eves 397-0672 SPECIAL OFFER $1,668 Moves you into your o w n home Motm Home Broker* 595-0606 VINDALE-2 bedroom, bay windows, living room expando W l x o m a e a , immediate occupancy $15,000 For details can 662-2443

333 Northern Property For Sale BOYNE COUNTRY R V /Condo Package All-season 35~ R V with huge deck extension Available for as y e a sport* base hunting, fishing. cross country Oownmk. m v r v m m g 8 lervnt* available on property $25,000 inquiries, 393-5163 C A N A D I A N LAKES Mecoeta County 3000 sq ft custom built home, y e a round, maintenance free Many e x t r a s $95,000 675-5764 T W O BEDROOM. P a m a log home with 2 c a attached g a a g e on Jewe* Lake m Alcona county $59,000. assumatwe mortgage Evee 476-8663

334 Out Of Town Property For Sale HILTON HEAO, S.C.-2 b e d r o o m 2 •+ b a t h townhouae 1200 sq f t , fireplace tuMy furnished Pool a n d l e n m s c o u r t * $42,900 353-6047 LAPEER COUNTY compare t h * attractive 5 b e d r o o m bnck r « n . 2'i baths, tam«y room with fireplace, large kitchen with 10 ft snack bar, l o r m a l dmmg room, upstairs utatty r o o m , attached 2 c a g a e g e 30 X 70 baaamant without H d e entry 2 Over 6 acre* 2 spring l e d pontf*. 2 Storage bunding* located 8 rnHea NE o l L a p a a O w n e r * relocating Priced lo aa« $100 000 Bia Schiaud 313-666-3641

336 Florida Property ANNA MARIA ISLANO 1 b e d r o o m i d o ground level p o o W d e unit, the Gulf, ex cedent rental income 876-3331 F l O N O A LIVING Helen t enjoy Ihe good I Me m Oenon a Ttos beautiful 2 b e d r o o m . 2 b a t h c e n t r a heal 8 air. low tax a * targe corner lot Minute* f r o 4 5 golf course* 156 000 407-666-5722 407-666-4431 iV F L O R » A PROPERTY - 2 l o t * . 6 0 x129 . m Port C h a W t t e $4 000 each firm 545-3205 FT MYERS i M b e m Eagi

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961-OMO W a y n s County Oakland County

FOR H A R D TO PLACE V l l mortgage or home reAnenca loans iBank Loanaj. caa M * e . leave message at , 363-9838

P L Y M O U T H TWP C u s t o m ' I to acre lots m porpepus H u n t e r * Creek These are the l a g e s t lots available the Twp w«h w a t a and sewer $65,900 and up Call Ron Cook 459-3400

340 Laka-fiivsr-Rssort Property LOTS OF PRIVACY. 40 minules f r o m Rocheeler. Birmingham a e a 3 b e d r o o m c o t t a g e on 3 5 fully wooded acres overlooking private l a i e *> northern Lapeer County 1 ' i baths, tu* basement wrth 2 car n a a g e . tua lake privileges $85,000 Call 10AM5 30PM 664-8586

342 Lakafront Property B L O O M F I E L D HILLS LAKEFRONT Enjoy all s p o r t s S q u a e Lake f r o m this 2 b e d r o o m . 2 bath condominiu m featuring a l appliances washer dryer 8 much more $98,000 Bloomfield on S q u a e Lake Condominiums. 1962 Klmgensmlth Open 1-6 Daily, Closed Thursday Model Phone 332-4344 B R I G H T O N - 100 ft lakelront. 2.600 sq ft . 5 b e d r o o m quad. 2 V baths. 2 fireplaces, wet b a new «richer appliances deck & wood fioormg Priced to sell al $169,000 Move-in c o n d i t i o n Immediately available By owner 227-2466 LAKE LIVING At It s finest m Hoay Only minutes from Birmingham 3 b e d r o o m s on a m o s t acre Sandy beach oo private lake, new dock, attached 2 car garage with opener large family room witti fireplace 8 heataiator 12 ft doorwaH to deck o n lakeside marble windowsiRs. new carpet Only a short walk to t o w n $87 900 Call Bob between Sam - 5 p m 540-3383 LOWER STRAITS LAKEFRONT C o n t e m p o r a r y ranch 2 beautiful views, lake 8 gottcourse 4 bedr o o m s . 2 baths. 2 fireplaces deck, walkout finished lower level, proleesionaay d e c o r a t e d appliances, must see $233 000 851-5993 LOWER STRAITS Lake 8 golf front 3400 E d g e w o o d 3 b e d r o o m 2 bath, fireplace, basement, a r . g a a g e . $219 000 L C 363-3334

NEW RESORT CONDOMINIUMS FUHN SHED F R O M $59,500 (Bi-Ownership) The Water Street Inn on Lake C h a levorx m Boyne City For information pieesecaM 1-800-632-8903 or 1(616)582-2111 WATERFORO TWP - Custom lake front, all aborts lake 3 bedrooms, finished walkout Ask tor Nancy, Century 21, At The Lakes 698-2111

346 Cemetery Lots CADILLAC M E M O R I A L - WEST, Ford Fid G a d e n City 3 kotsOotai 12 sights! Section A, Wish to sell all or part 623-6367 C A D I L L A C MEMORIAL GARDENS W e s t l a n d 2 lots. 2 vaults G a d e n of The Last Supper Asking $1,800 728-3562 N O V l - O a k l a n d Hills Memorial Gardens. 12 Mile 4 Novt Rd 2 or 4 lot*. G a r d e n of Atonement $995 value each M a k e ofter 561-4655 PARKVIEW MEMORIAL Lrvoma 4 lots m the G a d e n o l Faith. $1000 Call 437-1261 PARKVIEW - 4 lots m G a d e n of Ascension*. section 844 $400 each 374-1424 SIX S P A C E S - Wtiite Chapel M e m o r i a C e m e t e r y , section 191, R e t a l $ 6 . 2 * 0 will sen for $4950 Pteese reply to Box 112, Observer 6 Eccentric Newspapers. 36251 Schoolcraft Rd . Livonia. Michigan 48150

351 Bua. & Profeational Bldgs. For Sale

FOR SALE! REDFORD OFFICES 3800 - / - S O F T 100% OCCUPtED G O O O CASH FLOW FINANCING 6 TERMS AVAILABLE CM . CERTIFIED REALTY, INC 471-7100 PRIME PROFESSIONAL OFFICE LOCATION - Sheldon Rd In Plymouth Twp 85 acre* wtth over 300 ft. f r o n t a g e on Sheldon Rd . an average dally traffic count o< approx% mately 19.000 cars Asking $410,000 WEtR. MANUEL SNYDER 4 RANKE 455-6000

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BIRMINGHAM - Charming 1 bedr o o m epartment available i m m e d i atefy include* heal g a a g e $560 m c Walh to d o w n t o w n 1 months free rent c a i Mike649-1649 or r 643-0750

360 Buaineas . Opportunities

BIRMINGHAM D O W N T O W N TIMBERLANE APTS AVAILABLE N O W A RARE OPPORTUNITY Start your j 1 BEDROOM include* Water own color portrait picture translw | Brand new c a r p e l n g business Law investment high Many amenities Caa Susan p r o M potential 971 9068 | GLO INC 540-6040 B I R M I N G H A M RESTAURANT Downtown location Successful opa a t i o n . ikness forces sale1 Slater Management 540-6288 CARO A GIFT SHOP Canton - opportunity for growth Owner must self $80,000 Includes store future*.'OTventory 981 -3686 CONSIDER joining America s 6th fastesl growing franchise. Business Ween May of 88, Decorating Dan Complete t r a n m g a n d stan of assistance from $6 900 Mr Lewi*. 855-8640 HAIR S A L O N - Leading location Selling Turn-Key operation Al equipment hke new Low rent' Westland $25,000 or best 595-1444 ICECREAM Ice c r e a m parlor also serving soup plus limited sandwich m e n u Lots of room mam l e v a 10 a d d ancillary service* Huge 2 n d floor i d e a for conversion into multi-tenant rasidentia Owner retiring 8 has lowered the pnce to lust 445 0000 for everything Ask lor Vick. G e r i g FOOD CENTER Long established profitable business on highly traveled Michigan Hwy SOD 8 SOM hcenses - Michigan l o t l o machine Paved p a k m g $175 000 Terms possible Ask lor Margie Jeffrey or Vicki Gerig SAVE $ M Owner has slashed the pnce for quick sale on the only b a 8 grit in smalt t o w n Hillsdale County Ha* leased p o d table shuffle board 8 iuke box 2 b e d r o o m apartment upstairs $75,000 - smaB balance due on grill 8 ice machine Ask tor Rex Glover C O L D W E L L BANKER GLOVER REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATES 517-263-4646 INVEST IN YOU Start your o w n network marketing business $ ' 2 5 s t a r t - u p fee Call lor appoint m e n l 585-9608 LUCRATIVE/ESTABLISHED MAID SERVICE Franchise - in Prime Pfymouth/Northvifle Demographic projections vmuaffy guarantee g r o w t h ' d e m a n d tor next 10 yrs C o n s i d a e d Top 10 Consumer Industry of the future by Fortune. Money 8 Franchise Currently earnlhg $50 000 For more info please call 455-9085

BIRMINGHAM - L a g e 2 b e d r o o m available immediately d o e e to downtown. $ 5 6 0 / m o n t h - 1 m o n t h free rant C M Mike 649-1649 or 643-0750 BIRMINGHAM Luxurious 2 bedroom townhouse located wnnm downtown G a a g e and utmtie* mciuded 557-8562 A f t a 5pm 646-2199

BIRMINGHAM Newly remodeled 2 bedroon townhouse a v a i a b i e private entrance fireplace, c e n t r a air. patio Great location 644-1300 BIRMINGHAM 2 bedroom, carport a r heal included 2755 E Maple between Eton 8 Cookdge $635 per month 646-6610

C A S H FOR YOUR PROPERTY Or Land C o n t r a c t Call me last for best ofter 326-8300 CA6H TODAY OR GUARANTEED SALE Also It In Foreclosure Or Need Of Repair

555 Building Highrise, 1 and 2 bedroom luxurious a p a r t m e n t s f r o m $740 to $1150 including heat Free parking convenient !o all shopping, etc Call manager at




2 unn

ports 8 guest parking Perfect loea Son for Emprovemara/r at $ 7 2 5 000 OueaAed rvmclpeM caa B r o k a for tact sheet 8 appt 642-1731

SENIOR HOUSING OPPORTUNITY CONGREGATE CARE FACILITY CENTER • 0 u n i t * oroeeee $600 000 Excel lent downriver location 356-2600

396 Mortgage* A Land Contract*

HOME BUILDER desires small lots AH areas Days - 565-2015 Eves - 1-693-3153

400 Apt*. For Rent


A BARGA— C a a R M r E III! g

Cranbrook Place Apts P h a s e IV M o n - F n 10-6. Sat 9-5. (closed T h u r * 4 Sun|

1 B e d r o o m .'or $ 4 6 9


Please call tbe p r o m o t i o n department of t h e Observer & Eccentric Tuesd a y . N o v e m b e r 8. 1 9 8 8 t o claim your two FREE RED WING TICKETS

5 9 1 - 2 3 0 0 ,

DEARBORN HTS Excellent location - walking distance To shopping center church, etc 1 4 2 bedroom deluxe apts Newly modernized 274-4765 A Vork Management C o m m u n i t y STAY W A R M AT OUR EXPENSED Qmei living where the rent f r o m $480 include* the heal, water and air c o n d i t i o n i n g . N o w featuring * special on the securrty deposit For more information, ca* 274-7277 between 8 A M and 6 PM

Birmingham Southfield location ollermg b r a n d new luxury 1 4 2 bedroom a p t * in w o o d e d setting Include* decorator color scheme* cat h e d r a c e i k n g i microwave ovens 4 24 hour e m a g e n c y maintenance

2 7 2 0 ! Can field Or.. Dearborn Heights




Beautiful, spacious 1 4 2 b e d r o o m apartments Carpeted, d e c o r a t e d swimming pool tennis c o u r t s laundry facilities, parkmg On site rental agent Beautiful waterfront setting with spacious g r o u n d s FROM $415 Evening 4 Weekend Hours

From $425


Spacious - Great Value He*t - A * - Pool - Cable Some 2 b e d r o o m - 1 H baths Townhouses Available Just N Ol Ford Rd 5784 lnk*ter Rd



(LILLEY & WARREN) 1 M O N T H FREE RENT Private entrances One 4 Two Bedrooms from $460 Short term lease* available We offer T ransfer o l Employment Clause* m our Leases Roae Doherty, property m a n a g a 981-4490

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AMBER A P A R T M E N T COLONIES R o y a O a k / C M w » o n / T r o y t stop apert merit s h o p p i n g Something lor everyone C o m e Sunday Nov 13th. 12 45PM 4000 Crooks. Royal Oak or caa lor appt 280-2630 AN OPPORTUNITY to m o v e up to French Ouarfers Apis 1 8 2 b e d r o o m unit* from $350 m o n t h Microwave oven security alarm, 24 hour gate house Credit report 4 i e«aencee required Evergreen 4 Jeffrie* X-Way arae 83S-9066 635-9475 APARTMENT FOR RENT In Nov! Caa Rueeea Gardner or Micheae at. 476-1313 ATTRACTIVE large 1 8 2 b e d r o o m apts W M . C - * " e v - 2 - r - r area Heat atr, p o o l c a M e No pets $410 4 $475 644-1163 624-0760 AVAILABLE Large 1 badroom A p a r t m e n t wNh heat 4 weMr balcony included Greet location on 13 MSe R d n e a Greenfield Waa mamt a n e d $460 i%800 s u a *

549-7047 1

} b e d r o o m 2 b a m M x u r y Apt avaBabta N a p e M M 1 0 p a M o f l l l l l c a * 6 4 2 - 6 6 6 0 or 844- 7500

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Ouiet country asrtmg spacious sound-conditioned a p a t m a n t * Pool Sauna Cable L a g * O o e e t * Pet option available ON PALMER W o l LILLEY 397-0200 Set 4 Sun by appt

Daly 9-8

561-3593 Open Duly 12-6pm Sat l 2 - 4 p m


CANTON 1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 2 b e d r o o m - 1'y bath t o w n h o u s e * across from public golf course Newty pamted. c e n t r a air carpeted all appliances, washer, dryer No pets $350 - $475




DEARBORN S BEST DEAL DEARBORN WEST APTS For |u*t $420 you can live in an established Apartment Community n Dearborn Heights' finest area vour t bedroom apartment includes air conditioning, laundry area OE a p p l acnes wall-to-wall carpet 4 use of clubhouse 4 p o o l Two (2) bedroom apartments 4 Townhouse* also

DEARBORN Scheeter near W a r r e n Modern one bedroom c a r p e t i n g appliances heal « * i d e d No peta seniors welcome $360 leave message 360-3862 WEST OF 7 MILE - 1 b e d r o o m f r o m $350-$360 include* heal 4 water First Month Free 538-8230 EFFICIENCY 4 I b e d r o o m apts from $325 $400 Include* heat 4 water pool 8 fOOTtaan 534-9340





CANTO»»• i trot ' Bedro o m tt new •ppHaocea O n * m o n •> free rant. |47Vmo 397-2703

FROM $465 On OM Grand River bet •rM* 4

CANTON - ftaapona** l* paraon 10 k ' M M H } b e d r o o m p a n merit lor I m o n t h * 4 4 T V M O N •at uded 3«T
Open D s « y 9 s m " p m Sal 4 Sun I 2 n o o n - 5 o m

Sound 4 Flraprootsd Construction 4 More


F A R M I N G T O N HILLS S u b - L e i H u n t a s Ridge i_age*t l * t l o o - 2 bedrooms, heat window treatments included $725 per month Lease until 2 / 1 / 8 9 Sacrrhce 626-1157


FARMINGTON HILLS 3 b e d r o o m Brick Ranch, basement 2 c a attached garage family r o o m fireplace all on 1 acre treed lot $ 9 5 0 ' m o - security 6 M o n t h minimum lease 478 1238


459-6600 LOCATION M e r r i m a n corner 7 mile



Free Heat

$ 2 0 0 M O V E S YOU IN

FERNDALE/OAK PARK AREA 2 b e d r o o m apartment lu»y carpete d ail appliances at> conditioned F r o m $435 Call tor ape ' 645-2999

961-3601 Deity 9 - 7 Eve*

Set A S u n by eppt


WVER VALLEY APARTMENTS $1600 9 M S * ' G r a n d RNar s r s e 473-0006



LIVONIA Apartments One Bedroom - $475 C O M P L E T E L T REMOOELED' N e carpetirig. new viriyt floor new krtchen c u p b o a r d s , heat & water inclu<3 ec appliances, disposal air condi tiomng Adult section Par«ing Call or visii between 2 30-6 00pm 14950 FAIRFIELD 421-3776 LIVONIA Woodridgo Apts 2 bedr o o m s F R O M $550 Limited time new residents only or selected apts M o n - F n 8 30 - 5pm S*t 10 tl» 5 Sun t 2 to 5 477-6448





768 S


Mill St.

1 and 2 Bedroom

W a s h e r - D r y e r in

E a s y A c c e s s t o 1-275

Air C o n d i t i o n e d

Fully C a r p e t e d

Dishwasher & Disposal

No Pets

V e r t i c a l B l i n d s in

FROM $460







Some include

of the

• Quiet •"Spacious Apartments • Attractrvely landscaped • L a k e * Area • Near Twelve Oaks Mai' • Central Air • Poor a Carports Walk m Closets • Patios 4 Balconies Ponnac Tr bet West 5 Beck Rds 624-8555 Oaify 9 a m - 7 p m Sat 4 Sun 12-4pm

I new




Model open Tues -Sun

ranging f r o m $399 to $500 Includes ail utilities Open Mon , W e o ' Fr Tues 4 Thurs Sat 11arn-2pm

lowing: • Intercoms

• Air Conditioning

• Air Conditioning

• O w n e r paid heat

• O w n e r paid heat

• Dishwashers

• Dishwashers

• Disposal

• Disposal

• L a u n d r y Facilities

• L a u n d r y Facilities

and by appointment

OAK PARK One bedroom apt, heat hot water coin operated laundry p o o l c a r p e t e d Senior c o z e n s welc o m e No pets 546-7524

Newly d e c o r a t e d Walking d i s t a n c e to shopping Dishwasher a n d Disposal Pool Central air a n d heating

9421 MARGUERITE (Off A n n Arbor Rd 1 b* W SnokJoni

• Parking • Deluxe carpeting

• Sr. D i s c o u n t s

• Sr

PINECREST APT. H o u r s M o n . - Fri. 9 a m - 5 p m

H o u r s M o n . - Fri. 9 a m - 5 p m

and by appointment

and by appointment

F R O M $365

From $440

O R C H A R D WOODS APTS 334-1878





GAROEN City - 1 bedroom, $380 per mo with neat plu* sersxrty deposit Carpel, fresh paint, kitchen appliances no pets 565-3677


$ 2 0 0 M o v e s Y o u In ( L i m i t e d Timet • Park setting - Spacious Suite* • AC • Outdoor Pool • -immaculate Grounds 4 Bldgs • Best Value In Area Near P l y m o u t h 4 Haggerty




Park Forest Apartments

1-2 B E D R O O M

T e l e g r a p h a n d W a r r e n Rds. Dearborn Heights








On* Mil* W e s t of 1-275 off 7 Mile, Northville

i Daily 8:30-5 t u r d a y s 10-4




435 - F r e e H e a t

Great Location • Park Setting • Spacious Bike Trail • Heated Pool • Sauna Sound Conditioned • Cable & Tennis

Daily 9 - 7 - Eves by A p p t

- Sat

& Sun

Smoke detector* F R O M $420 S e a m y oepoart On»y $200



1 a 1 Bedroom A p s r t a e a i s

have covered par%«g We are l o c a l e d ai the cory « a q a o> NorthvHB* t k m a scenic nalsval setting ,c umptsta with stream 6 p e r * Leeee reqtered No pels EHO APARTMENT $466 LOFT $515



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Lakelront t w i n on Cass 8 Syfesn Lakss in largs 1-2 b e d r o o m a p t * include* heet From $4 70 fSorry, no p e t * I Opan M o n - F n » 6 p m Sal 11-4 Bun By Appt Mane

LUXURY APTS • r a n d new 1 6 2 b s d r n o m a p t * « * " • central ak peato bale a n ; v e r t W e b 6 n d * macro m m washer 6 dryer •ram $ A ' « On • MB* W s i k-VTS LAST 4 AVAILABLE P t l l l l ce« V P K O M A R 4 ASSOC 346-6700 Open B e l 6 B a n 1-4


M o t - r

A Q T I t N T - T )

S a l 16-4 Suit 11-4

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OPEN HOUSE November 12 4 13 Soecials and Prizes





30500 WEST WARREN srsA— J


• Gas heat and gas utilities in most units! • Security deposit now only $200.00 • Ideally located convenient to downtown, airport and shopping. • 19 floor plans to choose from. • Clubhouse with indoor Olympic pool. • Exercise room and saunas. • Garden patios and balconies. • Covered carports. • Childrens' play areas. • Pets allowed. • Dens, fireplaces, open floorplans available. • Laundry facilities/book-ups in townhouses. O p e n M o n d a y - F r i d a y 10-6. S a r u r d a y 10-5. S u n d a y 12-5. For further information please call 455-2424. T o visit: F r o m 1-275, exit A n n A r b o r R o a d West t o H a g g e r t y R o a d . F o l l o w S o u t h t o J o y R o a d , East o n J o y to H o n e y t r e e . P r o f e s s i o n a l l y m a n a g e d by D o l b e n .






T h e Green Hill differences: M


A York Management C o m m u n i t y



FREE FIRST MONTHS RENT WITH 1 YEAR LEASE •A/ew residents — jerfecf units onfy


1 and 2 bedroom



2 7 7 - 1 2 8 0


F i




C o m f o r t a b l e living Spacious 1 and 2 b e d r o o m a p a r t m e n t s A c o m m u n i t y setting near d o w n t o w n P l y m o u t h Heat included Full appliances

I n v i t i n g c o m m u n i t y o f f e r i n g a v a r i e t y of u n i q u e 1 & 2 b e d r o o m a p a r t m e n t s , as w e F l as 2, 3, & 4 b e d r o o m t o w n h o u s e s for rent f r o m $425 to $~75.

Limited time offer!

H u g e closets — Oas heat — 2 swimming p o o ls — A m p l e parking — Carports available — Semta at your doorstep

4 krus


Visit O u r Newly Decorated C o m m u n i t y

(3 b l o c k s E o t Carmington Road) E a s t o f 1-275

apartments - 2 bedroom, 1V4 bath townhouse. Air Conditioning — Private balconies wtth Insulated sliding glass door walls — carpeting and C A T V available

HEAT I N C H T W D EM > « 0 « r T M i r R I X T


Livonia s Finest Location 7 Mile R o a d Corner Mayfield

Brand new large deluxe 2 bedroom, 2 bath units. Laundry hook-up within apartment, carpeting, vertical blinds deluxe appliances, balcony or patio. Near shopping.

of the Rouge River

t l w r r y Httf «parrmrnu art u w w m o w h k x a i r d nrar p m i l w p p i n s n d m r Jumnrv Mt*»rm t p p l u n m laundry f x i l i i m . t i n y air ran »w i n w i ' n pools and c h i h l w u s r

A very special apartment with a •leapirip ion 4 cathedral c e t t n g thei


RIVER BEND on tbe banks

For New Retideois Only









M o d e l O p e n Daily 1-5 Closed Thursday



S t o v e 4 refrigerator Pool


M i p s

$600 month

On Ford Road, just E. of I-275 *200 Moves You In

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— Immediate Occupancy •—


1 b e d r o o m apart



QUIET l i i l


1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments

Phone: 729-5650

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A p a r t r i > e i } t s • POOL » T h r u - u n i t design for m a x i m u m privacy & c r o w unit ventilation 1 Private antrlea Convenient to Westland S h o p p i n g Center Storage In a p a r t m e n t Balcony or patio Air c o n d i t i o n i n g Laundry In e a c h building Dishwashers available




pool* 1 Tr r o y* 0office renters Somerset M a * i n d 1-75 Can 643-6644 or 643-0193 SOMERSET PARK APARTMENTS


Located or Warren Rd. betweer Vtoyne & Newburgh Ads. :n Westland Open Mon - Sat. 10 - &, Sun. 12 - 6



L a H e f r o i > t

Electric November

12 MICE 6 b e d r o o m apt wftn b l o o n y rteet ( water ewmrtMnc pool, carpet newly p a n t e d So© - L Jan to Aug U 2 S / m o 477-6130




Verticals E a t in K i t c h e n W a l k in C l o s e t * W a a her/Dryer Available • F u r n i s h e d Units Available • H a n d i c a p p e d Units Available

1-75 a n d 14 M M across f r o m Oakland M a * 565 4010




• • • •


7 5 8 - 7 0 5 0

GRANO RIVER 4 W Outer Drtv* 2 b e d r o o m a(M $ 3 ' 5 / m c include* heat 4 water 1st 4 laat mo • 1 m o n t h security r a q u v M 637-2043





O f f e r ends

Deluxe 2 bedroom units




Sat - 10-2

SCHOOLCRAFT/OUTER DRIVE AREA Newty decorated 1 b a d r o o m Mudio apartments A » conditioning, carpeting, drape* heat, garnaga aiapoeat parkmg ( p a c e From t3O0 & up Ca* after 2 30PM 531-8100

400 Apts. For Rent

H e a t e d In d o o r P o o l . S o u n d & F i r e p r o o f C o n struction. Sauna. M i c r o w a v e . Dishwasher. G a rages, Free H e a l t h C l u b M e m b e r s h i p L I X l ' R I O l ' S L I V I N G A T A F F O R D A B L E PR1CF • N O SECURITY D E P O S I T •


Daily - 9 6 p m



Model open dally 1-5 Except Thursday



I SPECIAL Fn ft-5 - Sat 8 - n o o n 557-0366



Choose a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment at a new low rate plus:

12350 Risman

• Canton •

basement, parking, beautifully

Close to downtown Farmington * h o p p m g 4 expressways


1-2 dadroom heat 6 water S e c u l t y buMang - • m o Siwmneng pool

652-0543 Daily 12-6 Sat. 12-5

O n Old G r a n d River b e t w e e n Drake vV H i i Diti\ 9 a.m. - ^ p.m. Sat. & Sun I M p n

Daily 9 a . m . - 7 p . m . • S a t . 12-4 p . m . O t h e r T i m e s By A p p o i n t m e n t 4

On« S two badroom apartmarrts 8 SO l o 1200 »q fi a**ttgM, diWuraanar pantry, walk-out Uac», Ountng room, 2 oath*, pool F r o m 1560 Wa iova w w r t Heat m d u d i»3 288 >544


Beauitiw i p e o o u a i 6 2 b e d r o o m a p a n m a m a Carpeted decorated storage 4 laundry facMtwa FROM ( 4 3 0 i weekend I WHEEL APTS $46-33 T6

S r l i c t I ItfdriHMii tan it ^ u i l h \lt;nln
• Novi/Lakes Area • W E S T G A T E VI


Free Heat


From $380 Quiet beautiful attractively landscaped, p a r * - l i k e selling 1 4 2 b e d r o o m s freshty. decorated includes c a r p e l i n g appliances atr laundry facilities, water Carports 4 cable avail A d u l l complex No pets Resident M a n a g e r 628-5444


400 Apts. For Rant







PLYMOUTH - 2 b e d r o o m . $ 4 T 5 m o Northville - 2 b e d r o o m $ 4 4 0 m c B o t h p l u s utilities a n a s e c u r i t y No pels 459-0854




N O RENT UNTIL JAN 1989 FROM $435 FREE HEAT Great values Pan. Setting S c e n i c View Air S H e a t W a l k i n g Distance 10 D o w n t o w n 5 6 8 MAIN STREET

PLYMOUTH - 2 b e d r o o m , applia n c e s 4 c a r p e t i n g S 6 2 V M O Inc l u d e * ail utilities ' b e d r o o m efficiency $395/MO 455-0391

Ott Pontiac Trail b e t w e e n Beck & West M i n f r o m 1-696. i - 9 6 . 1-275


SPECIAL $ 2 0 0 M O V E S Y O U IN


FROM * 4 8 0

MILFORO VILLAGE 2 b e d r o o m spacious walk-m pantry p o n d view balcony Convenient to X-ways 4 shopping $500 ' m o • utilities Non-smokers 313-684-5607

GARDEN CITY * Bedroom Apt New carpeting, appliances Air Conditioning heat 4 water included Laundry taciiRie* m basement No pets' C a l Agent. 478-7640

Enter on Tuiane 1 Block w of Middlemen on Ihe S side of Grand


e Roche*ter e


ROTAL OAK. i Hoepttal. charming 1 b e d r o o m , n e w ly decorated, carpeted M 2 5 m o r r m 436-3482

• F a r m i n g t o n Hills •

• Parking


O R C H A R D LAKE ROAD near Taiegraph Beautiful wooded setting 1 4 2 b e d r o o m apts Carpet Air conditioner heal included


INCLUDES Vertical band* c * r p e t m g patio* or b a i c o n i e * JMUI doorwaas Hotpomt appliances security system storage wrthm apartment


PLYMOUTH - 1 4 2 b e d r o o m a p a r t m e n t s with 2 full b a l h s a n d d e c k off Irving r o o m All ap©kance* i n c l u d i n g w a s h e r 4 Oryer in unit $ 5 5 0 l o $ 6 5 0 m o n t h C a * Ray Lee T h e Michigan G r o u p 591-9200

C a l for our HottOay Saaaor Spacaal o n Kmaly 1 * 2 b a d r o o m apta «*tn carpatmg. vertical Oimda. naat m o u d a d 286-6115 5 5 » 7 220

400 Apts. For Rent

400 Apts. For Rent

• Deluxe carpeting

F R O M $ 4 3 5 plus utilities Oaify 9 to 5 P M Closed Sal , Sun

GARDEN CITT - Adorable 1 bedroom apartment. $425 m o plus 1 m o n t h securtty Include* water MAYFLOWER HOTEL - $550 month Must r * M . available now 422-6647 starting Daily r o o m service 24 hour message service Color TV No leases immediate occupancy Conl a d Creon S mi t h 453-1620

1 month FREE rent with immediate occupancy (minimum 1 year leaseI

of the

FromS460 • Quiet • Spacious Apartments - Attrac^vely Landscaped • Lakes area • Near Twelve Oaks Mall • Central Air • Pool • Carport • Walk-In Closets • Patios and Balconies

FREE VERTICAL BL'NDS (Fall Special Only)

9am-5pm 9am-6pm Closed Sun

15001 BRANOT ROMULUS 94 1-4057


1 B E D R O O M APT.


FROM $550




p • 6 6 •

OAKBROOK VILLA 2 a n d 3 b e d r o o m townhouse*

Laundry Facilities

O p e n M o n - Fri. 9 a m - 5 p m





• Intercoms

Plymouth Square Apartments

N RO* AL OAK Sharp quiet 2 bedroom, adults- no p a l s heat included. $525 m c 526-9006


Spacious 1 bedroom




REDFORD MANOR J o y - I n k s t e r Rd spacious 2 bedr o o m a p ! m Quiet adult c o m p l e x , g o o d s t o r a g e c a b l e TV excellent t r a n s p o r t a t i o n 93T-18«0 , 5 5 9 - 7 2 2 0

400 Apts. For Rent




1 bedroom apartments, $375 per month, includes Heat 4 W*ter Office hours 9*ro-5pm Monday thru Friday only 522-0480


apartments. amenities



Oaify 12-6pm except Fn 4 Sun

NOVl Special winter price on 2 bedr o o m a p a r t m e n t s and 2 b e d r o o m townnouses M o v e m by 11 15 For new residents onfy on select«3 u n i t * Please call 349-8200

S t o r a g e Facilities




FROM $415

From $415


326-3280 1 Month Free Rent

1613 Cess l a s s Rd Or C a t 662 4460




NOVl •

S w i m m i n g Pool

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apartments PLYMOUTH •

400 Apta. F o r R t n t


C o u n t r y Village A p t s

GREAT LOCATIONGREAT APARTMENTS! GREAT RATESi bedroom from $535 2 bedroom* lronv$596 Rents m u d * heat private

3 y e a r s in a r o w .

3 y e a r s in a r o w

Deluxe carpeting

F O R D / W A Y N E RD AREA S p a o o u s t and 2 bedroom apartments Carpeted decorated 4 m a lovely area Heat included Evening 4 weekend hours


B e a u t l f i c a t i o n W 'i tn^ no e r


Park Villa A p a r t m e n t s

Beautiful spacious decorated apartments S o m e ol . our amenities include

Country Court Apts

Beautlfication Winner





1 b e d r o o m $435 2 b e d r o o m $475 •'ear Lease Heat 4 Water Paid A d u l t s No pets



Just E o l 1-275



Selective Units

Suburban Luxury


Call office

PLYMOUTH New o n * b e d r o o m close to downtown, $425 per m o n t h Available December 1st No pets 522-4302




FORD/WAYNE RD AREA Spacious i ano 2 bedrgom apartments Carpeted decorated i l n i lovely * r * a He*t included Evening 4 weekend hours

BLVMOUTM/INKSTER RD 2 bed room carpeted 1 3 8 5 ' M O piu* »e curity, include* heat 562-3796


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Royal Oak Area Large 1 8 2 b e d r o o m apartments FIREPLACES, vertical blinds 4 starling a l $515 includes central air dishwasher in many Amber Apart- pool, laundry facilities heat & hot m e n t s Royal Oak C i * w * o n 4 Troy water, p a l i o or balcony Localed at 1 4 2 bedrooms Children "> Pets7 5005 Mansfield between Crooks i A s k " Day* 280-2830 Eve* . CooUdge. N o l 14 rruie 258-6714 280-1443 presented in the fine tradrtion FORD/WAYNE RD AREA of Eric Yale LuQ 4 Associates j Spacious 1 ar*3 2 b e d r o o m apaji i T>*»nTs Carpeted. 0eco«ared 4 m a »ov«*y area Heal! included Evening 4 weekend hoors


Super Special From $540

Model open 9-5 except "hursday 477-9377

E n t a Easi oft G r c h a d Lake Rd on Folsum S of Grand River Model open daily encept Wed

FENKELL 23230, E of Telegraph Clean Studio - 1 bedroom from $300 indudtfig heal. air carpeting 538-8637

ROCHESTER - L a r g e modern 1 ROMULUS - 2 b a d r o o m apartment berjroom $445 naal «nouOud c * r - • m a r « appnancaa included S30C O M •41-0790 p v t i n g . a p p t a n c a a . l a u n d r y facflmaa TWrtthr, S «« H a « » H o u » » A p t » 62ft-3366

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FARMINGTON HILLS Sublet 2 bedrooms, 2 baths 1800 sq tl $ 8 4 0 ' M O includes heat Garage exceptionally large ciosets, tsl Boor e x t r a large patio Stephanie I Days! 362-1103 Eves 851-9713

400 Apts. For Rent

P O N T i A C s t u d i o a p a r t m e n t in a g r a c l o u * c o n v e n e d v t c t o n a n resid e n c e o n a lovely 2 a c r e a n e m t h e Franklin 8lvd HWoric Dwirlci No p e t s J t m t i e * included at $ 3 3 5 p e r m o n t h For e m p l o y e d t e n a n t * only C a n M r s Smith at 335-9190


624-0004 Daily 9 am-6pm Sat 4 Sun by appointment

• Nearby shopping


400 Apts. For Rent

PLYMOUTH NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS l 4 2 b e d r o o m apartments Balcon w a / p a U o s . central a»r inoVvtOusi f u r n a c e * C e r a m i c til* b a t h , G E kitchen large basement s t o r a g e 4 work a r e a Beautrfuity l a r v d s c a o a d s t a r t i n g at $ 4 6 0 including h e a t N o r t h siO« of Arm Arbor Trail E o» 1-275 office h o u r s Mon thru Fri 9 till 6, S a l 10 tiB 2 Call 4 5 3 - 2 8 0 0

Large Deluxe 1 & 2 b e d r o o m Units

• Pool

FARMINGTON HILLS-Freedom Fid spacious 1 bedroom carport best buy m town $480< MO would consumer 6 M C lease 478-7440

400 Apts. For Rent

PLYMOUTH L u x u n y A P T S 2 b a d r o o m * 2 bath* washer drywr, carport $600 per m o n t h * 59-6*01

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Country Selling . Lakes Area Near Twelve Oaks Man Soacious Sound Conditioned Central Air P i x w ^ e n n r s Cable Ponnac Tr t>ef W » Beck ROs


• Vertical blinds

includes appliances, rertical Winds car pel log pool, d o s e m Farmington Hills location

400 Apts. Fof Rent

P L y M O U T H - Charming 1 b a d r o o m apartment 5 m i n u t e * from downtown All appliances included $395 pm* security. 661-6260

NOVl o r v W a l l e d Lake Small 2 bedroom includes carpet, drapes stove, retrigtalor $525 per m o n t h , no pets 624-7194 •

5 9 1 - 2 3 0 0 Display Advertising

400 Apts. For Rent

f r o m $420

• All appliances

•Inew tenants only) im-nimum l year lease I (2 bedroom unit!

We have a 1 4 2 badroom luxury a p a r t m e n t available with oversized neutral decor carport balcony 4 deluxe kitchen F r o m $ 4 9 5 EHO


PARKER HOUSE APTS D O W N T O W N DETROIT Beautiful spacious 1 bedroom apartments Decorated carpeted From $340 per month Evening & weekend hour*


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T month FREE rent with immediate occupancy



Sp*c>ouS 1 4 apts waiting lo* you wtth ptusT carpet "arp* op«n d i s - c * e * n « n g ov«r 4 Pro*! rn'r»g#fato* vairtvca' blvngt *rn{>»e c a / p o f i 4 ir>' e f c o m system RENTS FROM 1475 " sefceci units only

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5 9 1 - 0 9 0 0

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348-9590 642-8686 Beneicke 4 Krue

REBATE $360 *


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Open dairy S weekends

Village Apts.

FARMINGTON HILLS Indian Cree* Apts Sublease 2 b e d r o o m 1st m o n t h tree Call Ron evenings 474-3902


CLA66IFIED Located on 10 Mile 4 Meedowbrook Roeds »n Novi


FARMINGTON HILLS - l a g e 2 bed r o o m , 2 bath carport 737-9093 258-5791






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F a m i n g i o n Hitb MAPLE RIDGE APTS 23076 MidcJIebelv 2 bedroom, 2 b a t h carpet air appliances carport a v a i a b i e $540 473-5180


547-2672 1660 Rochester Ad f o y a l Oek leestaide of Rochester Rd between 12 8 13 Mas) Chudrsn $ amaa Pels Welcome 1


FARMINGTON HILLS Mlddiebell ( 10 Mile . arge 1 bedroom Rent f r o m $435 - utilities Free color TV with 1yr lease 471-4556

Newty dec or a! ed futy c a r p e t e d Mr conditioning. Vertical blind*, celling t a n * disposal. M l besement hookup tor waaher 4 dryer water Cable Close to l-75. near Oakland Man. Birmingham Shopping 4 Hospitals

1 Bedroom k m o h e d and urrlur rushed aviaabM Single story prtabundant storage g o o d locahc Rd h s t w s s n Ford 6 Cher SM. 12-6pm, M o r v 961-6994 e x - 2 0 1

On Ford Rd Caa OMEGA

Air Conditioned

FARMINGTON HILLS - ' b e d r o o m at $445 includes heal, air appk ances 8 carpeting Cable TV avail able 4 76-9719

278-1550 After Hour* Appointments Available inkster Rd , 1 bik N of Cherry HH1

m o M h Caa A m aAar 8pm 647-4234

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LAKE ' Ra<-n**'- Va, «rpetm». large all appkances including A s h w a s h a ] antra storage space A Quiet com FARMINGTON HILLS C l e a n quiet convenient studio 4 l p i e " along «the. P a m Creek Adults pets $450 including heal 8 hoi b e d r o o m * x a t m e n t s Carpet verli 693-7797 c a bknds a r conditioning, cable reaoy No pets From $390 474-2552


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3 B e d r o o m for $ 6 8 9


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D O W N T O W N BIRMINGHAM Studio apartment $545 par M o Apt $696 p a Mo I 6 4 2 - 7 4 0 0 or 6-

MARY JANE GUTOWSKI 17490 Francavilla Livonia

large I aparliwil quiet n e i g h b o r h o o d rvear S h o p p i n g private entrance Call 937-37 18 or 665-9798


2 B e d r o o m for $ 5 4 9


Birmingham. Southfield location ottering b r a n d new luxury 1 8 2 bedroom apts in w o o d e d setting Include*

DENISE FAIZON 5880 Seville Circle Orchard Lake


Absolutely Great!

Mon -Fit


BOTSFORD PLACE G R A N D RIVER - 8 MILE Behind Botstord H o s p l t a

w of 8 Mile 8 Gia Rd 1 4 2 bedr o o m ( o v a 900 «q 1 I apartments A v a i a b i e now' Air stove r e l r i g a a lor disposal waaha 8 dryer in eech unit Tenants pe» gas 8 electricity w a t a paid By appointment only

1-75 and 14 Mile Ne«t to Abbey Theater 589-3355


Cranbrook Place Apts

C A S H FOR YOUR PROPERTY G u a r a n t e e d cloeing m 24 h o u r * Caa Commonwealth 546-9900

1 4 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS includes • Stove 4 refrigerator • Dishwasher •Carport • intercom -.1 • Newty decorated • Smoke deleciors • Sprinkler syslem • FROM $395


Century 21 CASTELLI 525-7900

A Village Green Community


642-8686 348-9590 Berwick e 8 Krue

PETS PERMITTED Smoke Deleciors Inst at led Singles W e l c o me immediate Occupancy w e Love Children HEAT 4 WATER INCLUDED Quiet prestige address, air conditioning carpeting, stove 4 refrigerator. ail utilities except electricity inc l u d e d W a m apartments Laundry facilities For m o r e information phone

362 Real Estata Wanted

$469 $535


BLOOMFIELD PLACE Modern t b e d r o o m $450 7 Months remaining on Lease Call 332-7235

$ CASH $ For Bins, Taxes Any Purpose Use your h o m e equrty Credit ProbKwn* Ok Phone Mortgage America 1-800-234-7500

CANTON C o m m e r c i a l stnp center 21 000 sq ft Owner m a t **a mmeOielety 356-2600

• S p e o a Seniors Program



BLOOMFIELD LAKES A p a r t m e n t s Why buy or lease furniture at this time When you can rent a beautifully decorated apartment for I h e same rent as most unfurnished apart • menls" 5 Check our ad under classification 3 402

SIGNATURE LOANS BY MAIL No collateral required For confident i a Iree information call Thomas Kaleta Financial 399-0177

P h a s e IV Mon-Frl 10-6 Sat 9-5 (Closed Thur* 4 Sunt


1 b e d r o o m townhouse close to commuter line 8 shopping N o pets $495 EHO

BLOOMFIELD HILLS Modan 1 b e d r o o m on l o p f l o o r , sublet through M a c h $455 Call 332-9296

361 Money To Loan - Borrow

352 Commercial / Ratail For Sal*

Mon F n 9am-5pm Sat -Sun 1-5pm Evening ^ i p o m l m e n t s available Handicapped units available

BIRMINGHAM Walking distance to D o w n t o w n shopping and transportation S p a o o u * 2 bedroom with d e i u i e appliances, carpeting, storage areas 1 m o n t h rent free 645-2999


Must sen 10 year o l d private tut bring service Plymouth a e a Service ha* been computeru:eO Accepting bids tilt Dec 15th Call The Academic Assistance Tutoring Service tor details 522-3578

• starting at $480 • Modern Vertical Blinds thru-out • C a r p o r t baiconie* • Swimmmg Pool 8 Cabana - CX»e< soundproof Construction • Close to shopping Off Warren between Sheldon•'I * e y

From $440 435-0450

BIRMINGHAM - 2 b e d r o o m townhouse, 1H baths, newty carpeted 8 decorated, new appliances g a r d e n setting close to town $ 7 0 0 / M 0 645-2437


i 8 2 bedroom Apartments


BIRMINGHAM - 2 b e d r o o m * , r » baths, washer 8 dryer m unrl AK conditioned $625 per m o n t h Days 524-2950 Evenmgs 642-2282

NATIONWIDE Advertising Firm located m Livonia Michigan seeking a w o r k i n g p s r t n a $46,000 purchases 4 9 * i o l c o m p a n y 50% of the Init i a investment will be used to enlarge c o m p a n y Company 2'y y r * Old Presently w o r k i n g over a $30,000 monthly g r o s s For f u r t h a detais 422-9393


BIRMINGHAM Newt, remodeled 1 and 2 b e d r o o m " I n I h e H e a r t of t h e L a k e " apartments a v a i a b i e iu*i Ea*t o l Adam* Rd rear downtown Bwrmng W Bloomfield School district ham R e n t a rales mOude heat water window treat men Is new kitchen. new appliances mirrored d o o r s a i d upgraded carpeting Ail new Call for more information tenants recewe one months rent 354-6303 tree tor a limited time For turther information please can 644-1300 | CHERRY H1LL AREA - 1 b e d r o o m , stove refrigerator carpeting, air BIRMINGHAM Near downtown - elegant spacious. Great tor Senior ICrtoens $350 .'MO 357-3343 2 b e d r o o m s 1'v baths, fua base- plus heal No pets ment, c e n t r a air, ceramic tee. Olympic pool, beautiful landscaping 8 picnic a e a LIMITED OFFER $595 on selected apts new r e a o e n t s orVy M o n Ml F n 9 tin 5 Set 8 Sun N e a downtown Birmingham 1 lili 5 Evenings by eppt Quiet neighborhood settmg 649-6909 855-1090 North o l 14 Mile. Ea*1 of C r o o k s BIRMINGHAM spacious d o w n s t a i r s apartment n e a town, m a t u r e aduft Ask aboul our Sr Citizens Plan $450 utilities included 649-4667 6 4 3 - 0 4 2 7

MARINE H A R D W A R E BUSINESS for- sale Been in operation for 6 y e a s Interested parties please caa Dave at 544-8335

Vou can have it a n FREE Details' PetMar 1181-E Brookiine Or . Canton, Mi 48187

GARDEN CITY - 1 bedroom with FARMINGTON HILLS I! carpel kitchen appliances 8 payee heat No Pet* $395< m t h - security Greenwood Apts I immediate occupancy 420-2439


1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom



400 Apts. For Rent

400 Apts. For Rent

400 Apts. For Rent

400 Apts. For Rent


The Apartment Group FROM $42,900 1 (6001 54 ( 2063 P O V U BALLANTlNe CORR

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BRIGHTON 1 acre w o o d e d bird senctuery m back, ready K> buad A p p r e o e d $39 000 449-2301

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HALL & HUNTER 644-3500



339 Lota and Acrsaga For Safe

BY OWNER mlown. 42 . 1 5 6 lot N O V l - 23723 Sionehenge Bhrd - with house 872 Welkins $125,000 Open Sun 2-5 $76,900 2 b e d r o o m Serious buyers onh, p i e e t t caa 412-357-9570 rench-atyle U r g e patio, g a e g e N o - Collect 6 ^ - 4 736 CITY OF BLOOMFIELD HILLS Approximately 1 25 acres m prune BY OWNER m SouthheW 2 bedlocation One lew a v a i a b i e r o o m condo with jmmerfcate occu- $185,000 pancy S e p a e l e dreaang r o o m can be reconverted to b e d r o o m mirror br-kMOs c a k n g fsn vertical blinds, all appkences including w e s h a & dryer e i c a a e n l condition $53 900 C L A R K S T O N 2 4 acres on paved 357-3804 cuKJe-sac Aakmg $36,000 Can af542-1294 SOUTHFIELD Franklin Viflage ter 5pm Condominium 2 bedr oom s 1H b a t h s , ak appkances including FARMINGTON HILLS washer 8 dryer new carpeting Beautiful l a g e wooded vathroughout, etiached garage with cant lot Exceaenl building opener •mmediata o c c u p a n c y site on guiei dirt road $75,900 Ca» for appointment, a f t * $20,000 5pm 542-7319 or 547-1657 Thompson-Brown 553-8700 TROY CONDO - Wattles Creek By Owner 2 bedroom t ' l baths, fireFREDERIC M l - 10 acres of w o o d * . place Secluded area with p o n d $4500 or best oltor 425-5066 Pool. N e u t r a tones Updated * extras Sundays Open House $98 500 362-4264 LIVONIA - Stark Rd S o l Plymo u t h W o o d e d tot 82' • 267 Zoned Rural U r b a n Farm Utilities availULTRA ELEGANT B r a n d new construction cluster style able $24,900 negotiable 525-4183 colonial m Northville. 3 ' i baths 2 LIVONIA. T12-VX 200 ft wooded lot fireplaces. 2 c a attached garage. 1st floor laundry and a complete fin- with existing foundation floor slab 8 driveway $35,000 cash or $37 500 ished a x } carpeted basement with 522-6222 walkout gn a custom 34K* leeding terms t o your lakefron! setting $255,000 MILFORO - Custom builder has 1'» acre w o o d e d lot available/private HARRYS paved subdivision.'underground utilities 685-2943

DARLING MANUFACTURED H O M E S - announces the opening of their newest sales location m Plymouth Hills 65 adult sites l o open IDEAL LOCATION Nov 15 New 8 used homes on disThis lower level condo a ideeVy situ- play m existing family a e a lor m ated ctoee l o d o w n t o w n Farmington mediale»occupancy rn s gorgeous w o o d e d setting It has 459-7333 a large walk-
ROYAL OAK - Open Sun, 1 - S p m By owner 3804 Elmhurst. S of Normandy. W o l Crooks. 3 bedrooms. 1\» baths, completely remodeled, new siding, kitchen, porches Immaculate Fu« baeement. large lot $79,900 553-4518 LATHRUP VILLAGE Engksh Tudor Style You must see1 Spacious r o o m s attached oarage private entrance Easy access lo all x - w a y s Seller wtaing lo heip buyer with d o s i n g costs $79 000 NOVI-WALLED LAKE ranch e n d una with 2 bedOPEN SUNDAY 2-5 rooms. fua basemen!. d»3545 Berberry Circle reci access garage W o l W l x o m Rd.. N o t C h a m s $64,900 Thompson-Brown Hidden Creak Sub - First o f f e r i n g 553-8700 This 1,430 aq.ft we* kept 3 bedroom beauty, full baeement. open UVONIA - 1 bedroom. 1 bath corner floor plan with Irving room, country condo m Valley Wood. Middlebelt & kachen/tamMy r o o m c o m b i n a t i o n S a MAe Carport, pool S h o w n by o v e r l o o k i n g natural hrapiace 8 appointment After 7PM. 422-7045 doorwaw leading to a 2 b a r e d deck. 2 car attached garage Ouick occu- NEW CONDO - Northville 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, fireplace. 2 car atJoaOurso 261-1400 tached garage, fua basement Occupancy Feb $122,000. 346-2494 R E / M A X WEST. INC


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ONE MONTH FREE RENT 1 and jl-^&droom apartments & terrace rentals:

Open 7 Days 9-6

F A R M I N G T O N 474-3*00


S T E R L I N G HEIGHTS 826-9601 S O U T H F I E L D 355-4330

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Cedarbrooke Apartments 2 3 8 7 0 Middlebelt F a r m i n g t o n Hills

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Who says lake living's just fun in the summer?


W E S T L A N D SHOPPING CENTER Area - 1 4 2 b e d r o o m *par1ments. $480-1555 including tieat No pets Please call 261-4830 or 646-750C

664 So A d a m * Bvirangnam Mi

J u s ' east ot D r a k e o p e n Won -Fn

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Living on Ford Lake's great 365 days a year In summer, there are all the watersports. tennis and sunworshipping pleasures In fall, the color change is spectacular when you take a walk or jog In winter, the cross-country skiing, snowmotniing, snowman-building ice-skating and ice-Poating are tops (So are the indoor pleasures of watching the snow fall through your balcony window ) It's active Year-round on the outside Quiet and peaceful on the inside See ail that the designer-decorated 1 and 2 bedroom contemporary apartments can offer you Now




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• Private, Tree-lined Courtyards • Pool/Clubhouse • Self Cleaning Oven, Frost ^Tree Refrigerator, Dish^-asher, Microwave

• Heat Included • Setter Cltheas' Special 477-5755 On Uerrmmnfi'xtd'Onlmnl Uakr *ttaarfy I S o u * of ft Mtie Road Of. " Oaifr 9 6pm \ umUr, Soon S D m





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1 BEDROOM 140 off each m o n t h for 12 months or 12th months rem FREE'

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B l R M i N G M A M A d a m & Lincoln 1460 Hoaand Sma» 2 tMHroom. d a c c a i a d 2 ' * car garaga 1595 SOort t a r m iaai occupancy



C o u n t r y s e t t i n g , lakes area, near Twelve Oaks Mall. Spacious, S o u n d C o n d i t i o n e d , C e n t r a l A i r , Pool, T e n nis, D i s h w a s h e r , L o t s of C l o s e t s .


Open Daily & Weekends

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Quiet c o u n t r y s e t t i n g - s p a c i o u s s o u n d - c o n d i t i o n e d a p a r t m e n t s Pool. Sauna. C a b l e , large closets. Pet section available


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BEST VALUE IN AREA From $425-Free Heat



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400 Apts. For Rant

400 Apts. For Rent


FARMINGTON HII.LS 1 bedroom t-jrnished all utilities paid N o pets 2 units t ' o m $600 • security immediate occupancy Short l e r m .ease available 477-7165

Birmingham-Troy Area 16 rmmacuiale building locations ic serve vout needs 220 units in n r, e e neaitfi and racquet c'uO GoU and Tennis Poo's Maict S€Kv»ce P«1 Service

A N N ARBOR- Royal 0 * k . Birmingham 2-3 bedrooms casement Kids singles eels O K Co 273-0223

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Attractive 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments

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404 Houses For Rent

SOUTHFIELO- Furmehed 1 b e d r o o m garage, fieal 4 electric included Country setting $500 per mo plu-s security No lease 352-0572

TROV 588-1800

d e s i g n e d k i t c h e n s w i t h separate b r e a k f a s t areas, m a s t e r b e d r o o m suites w i t h area,

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private entries, a t t a c h e d garages, fireplaces, cathedral ceilings,

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WATERFORO EFFICIENCY 1 b e d roo»n $385.'MO Includes a * u t » tiea No pets 642-3833





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Superlative Rental Living In The Hills of West Bloomfield

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HOME A WAV FROM HOME. INC Short lease Elegantly furmsned I . 2 or 3 b e d r o o m apartments 4 l o w n houses
EXEClTTiVE A P I S Fu-nrshed A p a r t m e n t s $450 4 j p - Shorl Term

WALNUT LAKE Frontage Beautifully furmahed Studio Apt Pnvate entrance screened porch l/t unties washer 4 dryer No leeae 655-5870

ROCHESTER-Extr* large urwjue I b e d r o o m apartment New kitchen b * t t i . etc Sorry no pets Rent includes utilities $600 338-3833

' Specia- Seniors Program

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s h o p p i n g

Fully C a r p e t e d

i>irated i w S M i l e Rd Iterwrrn Middlebelt and Inkster Rd in L i w w i a

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TROT Somerset Park Sublet 1 b e d r o o m with carport Complete*/ furnished Avaaate* to June 1 1989 $596'mo 649-0905

IMMEDIATE $850 par m o n t h No lease Waahar 4 dryer ft i n (Hues included Downtown Plymouth 2 •partmenls *v*li*bia Contact Creon Smith 453 1620

Westland "owers is 1 blk W of Wayne f i d between Ford 4 Warren Fids Caa 721-2500

1 b e d ' o o m furnished a n d unfurnished aviaiaM* Single story private entrance, abundant storage g o o d ii>^ation and more Located on Haggert, Rd between Ford 4 Cherry Hill Call or visit 12-6©m Mon-

f'NEST quality 4 locations available n furnished 4 unfurr- sfied Apartments 4 " o w t i n o u s e s

from $435 FREE HEAT


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Attractive 1 and 2 Bedroom A p a r t m e n t s Featuring:

l o c a t e d o n e b l o c k west of W a y n e R o a d ,

Presented Dy



Preferred by the Executive Ideal for Holiday visits


Pool and Clubhouse


Our 1 and 2 bedroom t u r r o b e d Corp o r * t a aclartmants l a k e t n * mcooreTMence out of your relocation transler Decorator design high rise apartments feature tu*> equipped kiichen* wflh utensil*, m a i d service, indoor ha*ted swsmming pool tan rws. e>cerise and sauna M o n t h to m o n t h e a s e avaOabre

SOUTHFIELD 1 b e d r o o m furi-usned apartment lor immediate occupancy Flexible e a s e term* $570 per m c vnckjding neat 357-2503

Daily 9-6-Sat.

Only $200 deposit •' approved c e d ' t 1 b e d r o o m from $ a i o

1 bedroom -1560 per m o n t h

9-6, Sat. &

BLOOMFIELO HILLS Our s p s r t m a r l needs a tenant 2 Dediooms 2 bams Conveniently located near I 75 or W o o d w a r d Compietery equipped N « e * p a r i m e n t . •easonably priced Rant inclue* utrtities 4 rieat 855-1S9S

Since 197?

WESTLAND ESTATES 6843 WAYNE (near Hudson's)

2 b e d r o o m - $615 per m o n t h

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$ 4 9 0

• 24 H o u r Emergency

Western Hills W E S T L A N D - Barclay House 7 2 3 ' Latners. corner of Warren S P E C I A L $200 DEPOSIT WITH AP P R O V E D CREDIT f b e d r o o m heat air conditioned p a r t i n g appliances S a i d <25-9789

Just W o l m u t e r Rd


1st M o n t h ' s Rent FREE!


Westland Area We rK>m» tiave a limited number ot o p e n i n g s at one o l area s m o * t c o n v « n « n t locations ofter • l 4 2 B e d r o o m Apartments m h e a t r * closet storage ' o o m • Free Meat • C e n t r a l Aii • ^ a r g e Pool • CXnc* access to l-9a s ITS • Quiet c o u n t r y atmosphere • M i n u t e s t r o m shopping mans d i m n g 4 en t ert am men I Office Hours 9am r p m 729 6520

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SOUTHFIELD-Large we* turnwhed 1 b e d r o o m quiet wooded setting AvaK Nov 18 to April 2 $620 * mo include* neat carport 363-1618

PINE LAKE FRONTAGE W Bioomftetd EieganUy lurn—Tied unique studio 1 b e d r o o m 1 bath kitchen 4 I M n g room Sorry TV/ cable stereo equapmeni dishes linens and much m o r s $725 m o n t h pkis electricity security dapoert 681-8479

649-1414 7560 Merriman Rd Evecurive Garden Apartments Between Warr©n & Ann ArtKK r*a-l Birmingham D O W N T O W N One 522-3364 b e d r o o m enecutrve rental w i i " all Dally 9 - 5 Sal 12-4 amenities Quiet euegam and e»• WESTLAND • cectional S n o ' t or long-term lease

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BIRMINGHAM,'Royai Oa« luxury 1 badroom condo Fully turru»n«o wiWl r « w carpat redecorated color Tv qi^e»A bad microwave 737-9298


BLUE GARDEN APTS WestLaind s Fir>a*1 A p a r l m a n H Ctverry Hull Sear Martiman Dairy 11 arr^-Spm - Sal lOarn 2pm


402 Furnished Apts. For Rent

FARMINGTON MINT CONOtTlON small 1 bedroom upper eiceaent location washer dryer au p o o l $575 include* he*) immediate no pets 473-7674 427-9550 53S-7757

Prestige l o c a l o n scenic vie» Heat Air Pool Great Value'

F a r m i n g t o n

On farmiKgion Road South cf 9 Mile


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FULLT FURNISHED i 4 > badroom apartments t h r o u g h out Metro Detroit Ail houseware* 4 utMHie* included m rant m o n t h to m o n t h lease F amines welcome MC v AE acceeted Relocation Special « 313-355-5313 or Outsroe Mi 1 800-352-0629

l o o m prime aiea CoJor TV Special winter - ate $590 590 3906 737-0633

J n r n a t c i e d personal service'


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$ 100 Secur-ty Deposit

Peaceful, L u x u r i o u s C o m r n u n m • A r r a c h e d Garage C l u b h o u s e . P o o l k Sauna Hear Included

— O n e block from Westtana Mall — Senior citizens no securtty depoatt — N e a r 1-275. 1-94 a n d m a ) o r s u r f a c e streets

private 12-acre

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S p o o o u s one a n a two bearoom aoartT e n t s ofter high-rise l i v i n g with • S p e c t a c u l a r D a ' c o n y views • Year r o u n d s w i m m i n g in t h e I n d o o r heated pool • All n e w O u o a n a G a m e R o o m • Tennis courts • TV-rnonrtored secure entrances • Ff?EE p r > « 3 f e d e a r t h c l u b w i t h exercise r o o m a n a s a u n a • An a e a 1 location

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Relocating? Temporary Assignment ' We corporate apart r r w t s tor snort term lease Fuity fumshed arttn linens nousawaras. jtinlies lel*»i*lon. stareo *nd r™cro«v«ve F r o m $850 Convanaanliy located in - e s t e r suburb. E**y access lo a« - w a r t and a.'port Cam anytime 459 9507

1 4 2 o*<3room apts Carpet patio an p o o l Heal inciudafl 1 &EDROOM S420 2 BEDROOM H 6 5




402 Furnished Apts. For Rent

BIRMINGHAM lurrasbad apart men! lor lease • b e d r o o m »ntn car port Refinances 4 deposit required 647-4390

Includes air conditioning 549-4500 heat - carpet - swimming 645-1200 (ANYTIME) pool. No pets Mature D o w n t o w n B i r m i n g h a m Troy adults call 721-6468 • WESTLAND • MONTHLY LEASES



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261-7394 1 > o r t Management Community

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402 Furnished Apt*. For Rent

SHORT T E R M LEASES Aduli 4 f a m t l y Unit* 10 prima suburban locations Utilities included Complete e-ITh rtousanware* linens color * V S w i m m i n g pools tennis courts Weekly Maid Service a.ail able MC V 4 AE cards accepted



S u n d a y 12-5 T h e r e ' s





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O F W A T E R F O R D M o n - F n 10-6. S a l B-5 Sun 12-5

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Joy & Werren

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Rents from 36« per sq 1 A lot a l a Kttte m o n e y Very large ' 4 2 b e d r o o m a p a r t m e n t s featuring neai included In some apartment styles M i c r o w a v e ovens cable hooa-up. adult a 'amily locations Planned social acthrWae a 24 houi emergency maintenance Ca*

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ONION LAKE Lakefront Ouiet 6 private AB new completely remodeled 1 bedroom $600 a mo includes utilities Lease's security deposil Call Don 478-1315


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1 & 2 bedrooms from $535


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• Beautiful carpeting


Apts. For Rent

Flaw $345 F O U N T A I N


between Crooks

6 4 3 - 9 1 0 9 Presented in the fine t r a d i t i o n o l Era: Vale Lut2 a Assoc 400

400 Aot». For Rent

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TROY - S O M E R S E T A R E A Luxurious Troy 1 and 2 b a d r o o m apartments complete with p o o l & clubhouse Carpeting heat a water included. Located t bi. N of M a p w on Axtall just E of Coolidge




75 on Wattles




5 6 1 K I R T S 1.1 Oik S of Big Beaver Between LrvamoM * C r o o k * ) 362-0290 NOON-6PM

TROY S FINEST l b e d r o o m apartments include Carport, washer & dryer n every apt heat, water c a n tral au dishwasher, c a r p a l , appkancea balcony a s w i m m i n g p o o l tor $575 Quiet secure a n d w e * maintained C h u r c h * Square 362-3177


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S o m e of our a m e n i t i e s WINTER MEAT INCLUDED FREE CARPORT HBO clude: • 24 Hr Maantenanca • O w n e r paid heat • Great Storage space • Swimming Pool • Large walk-in d o e e t s • BaKorue*. Deluxe Carpeting • L a u n d r y facilities • Indrxdual Central A i r ' H e a t • B a l c o n i e s or p a t i o s • Deluxe A p p l i a n c e s i n c l u d i n g dishwasher disposal, some units • P a r k i n g with washer a dryer • Intercoms

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OVER 806 Sfl Ft 1 B E D R O O M FROM $490 OVER ' 100 Sq Ft 2 BEDROOM BATHS FROM $560

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• Security Excellent location • Starting a l t 3 > 0 Mon


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C o m * A emparlance • ooi*t1ry rurnop environment arttfi • v>*» you a o n l M t M on 12 M * a r d j u t ! aast areas* r o o m * 4 sauna For your good health C a r p o r t * Rents from S6&0

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SOUTHFIELD-12 mHa- N W Praaugious vmaga Green 2 b a d room 1 b a t h apartment vntfi • a e n e r $735 MO 1st MO rant tree Available Dac 1 * 352-0605

SOUTHFIELD Rd naar 12 MHa 1 badroom. anmediale occupancy N*a*y decorated carport. ( 5 1 5 ' m o Waakdaya 9-Spm 569-6440



SOUTHFIELD - Studio epartmant $453 par mo avertable now FrankHn Rd 6 Northwestern Hwy 356-7678

SOUTHFIELD M w M4a- ' e M o r a p n e r a a Prtvata 1 badroom. $450 par month 3SS-0009



SOUTHFIELD- Smaa 1 Badroom garaga. appkancaa. ameher'dryer No laaaa 1375 mo haet I electric indudad 352-0572


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For a limited time only, we've reduced the rates on a few select one bedroom apartments. In addition to heat, here are a few of the main features included with your apartment at Franklin Park Towers. • Excellent suburban location • Controlled entry with intercom

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a b l e TV svsilsble Large dine-in kitchen Formal dining ares Decorator carpet snd drapes Superb maintenance (24 hour emergency service) Responsive management Clubhouse, pool, lighted tennis courts Planned social activities

Amaan^-but true! Everyone tas a mod chance of wnmng a new 1989 Ford Festiva-OR-a FREE YEAR at beautiful Scenic Lake YOUR CHOCE'


it-YOU get to WHITE' ANO-YOU WN» WINS" Because Seen* Late offers you that1 (Net puny stuff Ncie baas of potout atostandng locations with of the cf*»s. either)you1 winBIGGfTCBie'ate Your choice of 1.2 or 3-bedroom roomy apamwnts Free Ha* A loct• $1000 Cash fonnearUoTMandEMU ndEMU A sprtno teo • $500 Cash lake Jogging anbicycle d a e a s Vo#vta* • 6-months free a Seer* Lakcourts. e AATA bus ttnt stops A n d t h e • A Qunf color TV right « your street • $250 sr • A suoer soundno stereo BUT YOU MUST REQSTF* FOR THE FESTIVA OR FREE f*NT NOW" Come • A oroe-savfig tsctow in Toitey and Mnf • A Sony CO W A m s i Thnk of


Franklin Park Towers





27350 Franklin Road Southfield, M i c h i g a n ( 3 1 3 )

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BIRMINGHAM-1254 VMa. 3 - 4 BeO r o o m Caps Cod. » r i n g X * n . 2 fcJ I batha. par.•mo 442-9052 2 bedrooms, i b e u i bungalow Siove refrigerator patio, lanced yard, c l e a n 1 yr laaaa. aacurtty de644-3145 BIRMINGHAM - 2 b i e d r o o m . all apn u a n c e s Available Nov 1 4 6 5 0 / JIO C Ca« a l evenings 334-6414 2 badroom, 1 bath, to l o a n Spotless 4 u p d a t e d I applecee Available now a l $650 8Sfrfl823

$700 par m o n t h pfcjs security C a l 351-5368 BIRMINGHAM w o o d $750


CM b a d r o o m . 11* 2 bias S <* 16236 B»aacurtty 433-1489

BIRMINGHAM - 3 badroom bnck i n c h , wtth tufty finished baaamant. car garaga. aar conditioning. v M l a b t a n o * $650 645-5638 B I R M I N G H A M 007 Ruffner New 6 Comlortsbiel 2 b a d r o o m . 1 bath. 6 8ky lights, a* appHancaa. 1 car Qaraga $625./mo 846-2703 BLOOMFIELD MILLS - 2 b a d r o o m ranch with baaamant. fireplace 6 ad appkancea Lona Pine $ F r a n M n Roads, on V * acra of land Available Oae. 1, $1,175 per month. 5150 Franklin Road 626-7419 BLOOMFIELD TWP - Charming 3 b a d r o o m Living 4 dmmg rooms. 4 appliances $725/i 356-1942 661-5262 CANTON N - Available Dac. 1. 2 Badroom home, ftraplaca, mce despacious kitchen with oak catwgatry A a* atykances Baaamant. waaher. dryar. $700 mo plua aecurv % Ca* Jim Praaton. awaa. 961-4454 m l 2 badroom h o m a CANTON I garaga. gas Meat larga living m o m . $450 a month. $450 security 981-5223 ON - trim 3 b a d r o o m o o t o n M large lot, fireplace. 2 car garaga. 000 month Call evenings 363-6227





SOUTHFIELD, nice newfy dacoratad 3 b a d r o o m ranch A l appkancea plua garaga. $565 month Available Nov 15 651-2216

GARDEN C r r r - 3 bedr xxn. basem e m . 2 car g a r a g e , fxm e e d y a r d 4 5 2 5 , no p e t s R e f e r e n c e I s e c u n 422-5666 fy *

SOUTHFIELD $695 par m o n t h Vacant Move m condMlon 4 badroom Irt-ievei. 2 H batha. family room, larga tn e a t f a i r r o o m ^ r p ^ g-aga - P g g -

O A R E D * CITY - very d a e n . 3 3 b e d r o o m , all a p p l i a n c e s . 2 S 6 0 0 / m o plus security Aiso l e i 4 561-2234 last m o r e n t For a p p i . 3 or 4 b a d r o o m . 1H bath nraplaca a n d garaga Nawty d a c o r a t a d a n d landscaped $ 1 3 0 0 / m o Vary veruent to bua service and St Hoapttal Call Larry 8 3 0 to 5 p m at; (313);776-2109 GROSSE POINT FARMS 4 badr o o m carrtaga house. esckjaive araa. idaal lor profseaKmal eduita M u a l heve lelerencae. $2000/mo. Can 8 30am-5pm 331-4850 HAZEL PARK Extra d e e m Cute, cozy 3 badroom, cerpeMd. nice araa. d e h w a W a r . garaga $550 S«a Mon-Wad-Frt at 9pm 961-2793 INKSTEB - Spaoous 4 b e d r o o m ranch utility room. 2 ' * car garaga. tancad. Wayne Westlsnd schools. $550 553-9055

LATMROP VILLAGE. 2 badrooma.

WESTLANO - For d/flew tiur gh Rd area. 3 bedroom. bath, baaemenl. mat painted, carpet, no pels. ia $650 591-9163

traa Proiesaionel n o pets $600/mo $800 security depoelt 545-4479

WESTLANO - Gienwood/Vanoy. Nor Wayne 2 bedroom, newty carpeted $375 plus deposit No pets or motorcycles 562-4451

LIVONIA - Parlact 3 b e d r o o m ranch, 2V» car garaga wtth opener, central ate. n w l ) redecorated $ 7 0 0 / M O . , 1H MO. security 477-3040

WESTLANO - Uvonla schools. 3 b e d r o o m bock rsnch. i v t batha. pari M y finished beaement. i v t car g w a g e Available Dac 1 $700 Aftar Sm 425-4097

U V O N I A - 1 M O 3 bedroom colonial, appliances, p a r t i a l * furnlahed. n o pets/smofcing. m o n t e r m / 8 mo. $900 a mo plua aaoaity 344-4650 LIVONIA - 2 bedroom houaa lor lease Newty decorated $475. per month plus security Days 561-4499

W B L O O M R E L D - LAKE FRONT PINE LAKE 3 b e d r o o m s . Bloomfield Hills schools Sarxjy beach. $900 m o n t h 383-6763

LIVONIA - 3 bedroom home conveniently located. Clarencevllle Schools, fenced yard $565 pkjs security Cal: 477-2471

W BLOOMFIELD AREA-Lower Straits lakelront A golf couree. sharp 4 bedroom. 2 beth. 2 flraplacaa. deck, walk-out lower level, appliances, newly decorated $1350 851-5993 W BLOOMRELD 4 bedr o o m , I M n g / d m i n g r o o m , large kitchen A dinette, family room w / fireplace. 2 car attached garage $1300 C a l after 6 p m 363-1993 W B L O O M R E L D - 4 b e d r o o m walkout ranch C a t h e d r a l ceilings, skylight, neutral deeor. appliances On Middle Straits Lake W Btoomneid schools Immediate occupancy $1100 D A H INCOME 737-4002 W BLOOMFIELD - Lovely small h o m e with nreplace. nice yard A a l appliances 500 ft from Walnut Lake, private beach A d u b houee No pets $ 6 5 0 / M O C a l for appowitment 626-7911 642-5353

N O V l - VIAage Oaks. 3 b a d r o o m tnlevei. lamlly room with fireplace, central Mr. 2 car attached garaga. n o pets. $fl»S m o m l t i 469-4076


ABSENTEE OWNER We peraonaiue our service lo meet your beeamg A management needs • Associate Brokers - Bonded • Member O a k l w i d Rental Houalng

DEARBORN HTS. Spacious 3 badroom Upper Suit 2-3 adults Stova, ramgarator. No pats. $ 4 2 5 . ' m o * NOVl security. iele»enoos 464-4119 3 bedrooms, garage, large living r o o m , large kitchen, nice yard. $590 DEARBORN HTS - CUTE Little C a l 455-2036 bnck ranch, $500 Available n o w Appliances, very d e a n , n o base- OAK PARK: Clear 3 b e d r o o m ment. 346-5007 hoouaa. Baaamant. garage, « . yard 9 A A Coolidge $590 / m c DETROfT-Auburn off Warren, near Days, 625-4173: U o l M Dearborn 3 bedroom, baaemenl $425 per month Section 6 O A K PARK - 2 bedroom, newer car961-3884 peting. lanced yard, carport A shed $525 par month, appkanoaa includDETROIT, naar Eastland. 2 M o c k s ed Available Dec 15. 422-6737 behind Saratoga Hospital. Ir ate occupancy 2 b l o o m s . PLYMOUTH - 3 b e d r o o m bnck room. IMng room, and ranch, 2 car garaga. new kitchen A snces. F u l bsasmsnl. 1 i appkancea. In-town location, walk to $450 plus security everything Avaiabie Nov 15. 15, 1 year 348-6077 Day*1758-; 758-2080 Eves 642-5793 lease. $950 monthly

• Betora making a daemon, c a l usi D & H

Income Property M g m t . F a r m i n g t o n Hills 7 3 7 - 4 0 0 2 406

For Rant



C a m p b a f l / 9 1/2 Mas CarpeUna. «MMy room, store Tsnoed y a r d N o p e t s $425/month " 553-0175 PHANICUN.

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ROCHESTER MILLS ranch on large lot overlooking RoG o i Course $ 1 0 5 0 / M O l a . last A % security 543-8779 ROCHESTER HILLS prestigious hood, c e n t r a air. 2 H batha larga deck Available Dac I $1400'MC) d a y * : 862-8700 Eva* 375- 1B48 ROCHESTER 3 b a d r o o m 2 b a m * , central sir. 2 car o* $800/MO As* tor Eric.

Duptoxos For Rant

b e d r o o m duplex. BERKLEY 25 m o n t h plus u t m t e s C a l ctoan. $k2 after 5 p m 673-2648 BIRMINGHAM 2 bedroom, 1<* bath, tarmy room, dmmg room, rac room, appliances, garaga No smoking. s m a l dog-"?. $ 7 6 5 ' o647-3635 LIVONIA - 2 bedroom brick Basem e n I. private yard, kitchen appHancea No pats $525 plus securtty After 6 pm: 591-0998 OAK PARK 2 bedroom, f u l beaement all appliances Included. $ 5 2 5 / M O plus utilities 358-1563 PLYMOUTH/INKSTER RO - 2 bedma. Baaamant $ 4 0 0 / M O plua aecurily Carpeted 582-3796 PLYMOUTH NEWER duplex. 2 badrooma. acpWncae w/waaher. dryar. a r conditioning, a v a l a b * Dac 1 $525 * security after 6, 451-0137 TROY - 1400 sq ft.. 3 b e d r o o m ranch on 1 acre Living room. den. 1 bath, garage garaga $700 plua aacurtty 643-0427 649-4687 410


BIRMINGHAM - 1 bedn lower flat $815/MO utatiee N o p a l s DEARBORN upper flal. 2 badrooma. d i n i n g room, large kitchen, leaded glaaa. trench doors l o batoorry. • r o o m $590 with h e a t 582-1 182 FARMINGTON HILLS area 1 bedroom upper flat. «ppkancaa include d A * , $380 / m o + eeiix f t j After 12 noon. 534-2038 or 471-3831 FERNOALE - 402 EH • I Cl» i n A charming lower brick f l a t 2 b e d r o o m * dmmg room, flreptoce. shared Baaamant A garaga $525/ m o I U t a t n a 589-22*0 858-8868 FERNOALE - 935 * Clean 2 b e d r o o m lower $ 4 2 5 / m o A n d 1 Dedroonwipper $ 3 5 0 / m o t u t a i i a * . m c m a * Ippaanr aa Or Rant entire house tor $725 LAKE O R K X a a e i r o n i


a a i m e a i a i . waahar dryar A g a a g e $595/mo • aacurtty heat included

ROYAL OAK - t $475 - a 547-0056


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WESTLANO - M e m m a n / A / w Arbor Tr . Upper flat 1200 aq ft. newty decorated. 2 b e d r o o m - p o e a t u e 3. stova A Irtdge Avail Nov 10th or aoonar $525 459-06S3 or 453-5496 412

TownhouaaeCoodoa For Rant

Absolutely. P e r f e c t ! 2 bedroom townnouaea m p a r k - » e setting feeturing, private m a m entry A patio rear entry, b u l l - I n microwave A dtehwashar, rmm^Hlnds. individual mtruaion alarm, h a baeement wtth waahar A dryar connections A c h l d r e n e tot lot C o m e v a n our M o d a Center today or c a l

Village G r e e n Townhouses of H u n t i n g t o n W o o d s 10711 W . 10 M i l e Rd. (t mile W ot W o o d w a r d ) Mon-Frt. 10-6. Sat. 9-5, Sun 12-5 5 4 7 - 9 3 9 3 Announcing

YORKTOWNE Plymouth's moal elegant r e n t a community overlooking Htnea Park W a k to Town B u l l to c o n d o m t r a u m specifications Sound proofing throughout S o m e o l t h e many features m d u d e 1 A 2 car garages wtth door openers. 2 or 2 ' * b a t h * , flrapiaoas. all appkancea including washer, dryer, microwave, side-by side refrigerator, aaft-deanlng oven, dishwasher A disposal Available for Fall occupancy S t a r t i n g at $650 a m o n t h Contact Ray Lee at The Michigan Group, Realtors 591-9200 M o d e l . 455-5650 BIRMINGHAM - D O W N T O W N Luxury town home, 2 b e d r o o m , 2 ' 4 baths, every possible a m e n i t y -7762 $1500 par m o n t h



Charming 2 b e d r o o m . 1W b a t h townhouse wtth c o v e r e d parking New carpeting, c o m p l e t e knehan, ak. M l baaemenl. fenced-in privacy patio yard air No pets $ 7 5 0 EHO


1.1875 phis security S O U T H F C L O - home i m 9 Maa- Beech 3 bed r o o m * . 2 Beth*. 2 ear garage. $7SO $750 par m v M h . pkjs security no pets.


MYRTLE BEACH. S C - Luxurious 2 bedroom, 2 bath ocean front c o n d o fuly furnished Winter r e n t a $600 per month pkis utlkties J W e « ^ y 363-1 rsies a s o available


Benavke A Krue BIRMINGHAM Nawty r e m o d e l e d 2 bedroon I o w n houaa available private entrance, ftrapiaca. c e n t r a ak, patio Greet location 644-1300

Florida Rantaia

BONITA BEACH C L U B - Luxury 1 bedroom, gulf f r o m c o n d o . tennis, pool Avaiabie M a r c h A A p r ! $ 1800 par mo 363-3885 BRADENTON/Saraaota - w a d Oak Bay. 2 bedroom 2 b e t h c o n d o , near water $1,400 m o . fufty hjrmehed. 12-1 thru 4-30 349-4441

F L O R I D A - H A W A I I Northern Michigan - C a r i b b e a n Mexico U S W a s t CONDO A VILLA V A C A T I O N S Winter ski A golf p a c k a g e s Air - Car - C a u s e Reservations

MARCO ISLAND - S o u t h Saas NW. Tower 4. 1612, on the Gulf D a c c a tor furnished Avsiisble Dec 1-31 Call Diane Lamg. 1-735-7661

SANIBEL I S L A N D Luxurious 2 b e d r o o m , 2 b a t h condoe on ocean A l amenities including pool and l e n m s W k l y 645-5496

BOULDER PARK 32023 W 14 Mile Rd
SARASOTA. Florida - Siesta Kay, overlooking Gulf A inter c o a s t a l One bedroom, sleeps 4. w i t h aH amenities $1500 m o n t h 682-4845 S. FORT MYERS new. 2 bedrooms. 2 balh f u r n i s h e d c o n d o . pool, lannla. lacuzzi. A v a l monthly N o v - A p r i l After 4 p m 397-1271 TARPON SPRINGS C o n d o , fully furrushed Golf, tenrtts A p o o l Walk l o Sponge d o c k s Pappaa Restaurant J a r 5 t h r u M a r c h 23 $ 3 5 0 0 includes ut*t>es 722-2089 VERO BEACH: Luxury C o n d o , 2'A baths. 2 bedr oom s B a a u t l f u l y furnished Weekly or m o n t h l y ; 5 min 674-2929 415

Vacation Rantala

A BOYNE COUNTRY Chalet Sleeps 14-18. 2 Free Nights w i t h every rental. VCR. T V A 3 b a t h s A l / N o r a 313-484-4260 ACAPULCO - Beachfront c o n d o suite 3 bedrooms, p o o l , m a i d ser w e A cook Included L o c a t e d next to Hyatt Regency H o i a 584-0802 ATTENTION SKIERS Ski Sugar Loaf. Traverse City 3 bedroom. 3 bath townhouaaa a l foot of mountain Cross c o u n t r y A d o w n n i l night skiing. Indoor p o o l , res' rani, gambling w araa. C a l B a 476-9364 or B o b 3 9 7 - 3 2 7 4 BEAUTIFUL log c a b m n e s t l e d o n the t p n d of the Rifle RNar. W Branch. Ml Daaignad for the p e r s o n a who are reaching tor l o t a aarenity A rataxalXm thai only n a t u r e can provide Weekenda $160 625- 6447 BOYNE COUNTRY - S K I C H A L E T 4 bedroome Fuly equipped Call after 6pm 522-7805 B O Y N t H I G H L A N D S / N U B S NOB Sk»ng Luxurtoue a c c o m o d a t i o n * indoor pool. s a u n * . l a c u z n m i g h t room 10 k m o I cross c o u n t r y ski trails Trout Creak C o n d o m m i 1 -800-676-3923 COTTAGES For Rani - East Ta A Sand Lake 3 b e d r o o m s AvaMa«le •or F a l colors A deer h u n t i n g . 595-8580 1-517-382-4

NORTHVILLE - New d e t a c h e d 2 badroom. 2 b a t h c o n d o . garaga. SA75 pkja A a a o o a b o n 348-5025 NORTHVILL executive condo T a a e f u l y d e c o r a t e d AL new furniture A appkancea mcludea waahar A dryer 2 badroom. 2 b a l h immedkaia occupancy $ 1 0 0 0 m o n t h 1H months security 624-8334

NOVl Twelve Oaks Townhouses 2 A 3 B e d r o o m Ti P — e m a i l * Waahar $ dryar hook

PLYMOUTH - OM v a e o e 1 r o o m upper una In c d a r m n g V an home $418 plua utBVa* »va»" m 420-3083

N WOODWARD A R E A Luxury Duplex luxe knehen A ape*encee M iftant. 2 badrooma. m beth e x t r a a $750 / m o

TELEGRAPH A 7 Mae araa. i bedroom upper $ 3 0 0 / m o Heal Included A — I t l l 11/18 525-8784

ONE b e d r o o m c o n d o 8 garaga on Wafted Lata, a • 8 8 0 834-8138:


Dwpiaxaa For Rant

HARBOR SPRINGS H a r b o r Cove luxury condo Sleeps 9. i n d o o r pool, lacuzh Available for winter ski vacations Day* 965-9409 HARBOR SPRINGS Bedroom houee. 3 b a t h s . n Reserve tor e k i n g By < discount 879-7626 or 427-7141 HOMESTEAD C O N O O - G l e n A r b o r M K f i 2 b e d r o o m . 2 b a t h on beech O o e e Country / D o w n h a akl428-2517 HOMESTEAD Glen A r b o r on Ski Slope 4 b e d r o o m . 2'A batha. j e o u z a . g o o d Cable A v a l M r . 2nd C M I 842-7959 HOMESTEAD - new 2 - 3 b e d r o o m condo with apectacular lake vtew X-Country A d o e m h a at y o u r d o o r Avaaaba after Oae 3 1 . d M c o u n t lor prior l o Dec IS Day*. 1-832-4438 Evea 1 - 4 2 8 - 2 1 7 2 HOMESTEAD RESORT-SKIING Reserve early C h o c e 1 - 8 b a d r o o m Hdiidma " at toot a f t HUMTERS-2 b a d r o o m c o t t a g e M M tor I B s saaaon o n J e a M m Alcona ooimty Sleeps I s . osasnt hundng or $800 MINUTES FROM THE M O U N T A I N


A New






2 Bedrooms Fua Private O a e e m a n t w i t h Laundry Faculties

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• Spacious Yard

ROCHESTER MILLS da. 2 bedroome 2 bMha. » a p l a c e .

W e offer t h e comforts of your o w n h o m e P L U S the convenience of renting. O P E N 7 D A Y S M o n d a y A T h u r s d a y 'til 9 10-4 Set., 12-4 S u n .

Directions: Tafca Wayna

SKI VAIL 5 Bedrooms 3 Baths Beautiful condo Take shuttle 1 mae to G o n d o l a $200 per day Call Mary 540-6070 or PhU 682-5243

NORTHVILLE In Country Large 2 b e d r o o m . 2 kitchens, 2 batha for 2 people includes utilities $600 'mo or $400 each Must see 348-3420 NORTHVILLE-Responsibie individual l o share nice 2 b e d r o o m dupleAvail Dac l $300 pms deposit and half utilities 344-4622

ST MAARTEN - Dec 3 thru 10 5 star studio apartment al PeUcan Resort Pools beech tennis, casino, (Great deal 11 $425 752-6609

OAK PARK lemale wanted, n o n smoker. 2 share my home. $225 S utilities Karen 546-4246

TRAVERSE CITY AREA Beautiful, modern. 4 Badroom, 2 b a t h h o m e on UtUe Traverse Lake m i h e l e a a n a u Pennmauia Completely eou
P L Y M O U T H - lemale. 2 b e d r o o ms $240 plus ' 1 electric Eves 4595642 Days 591-6550 ext 0 PROFESSIONAL female to si apartment with s a m e m Far m i n ; H IBs C a i Ann days 644-6 598

VAIL COLORADO bath luxury c o n d o Oec 17th. $300

R o o m s For Rant

BIRMINGHAM - Room for rent Females only C a l 644-7192 B L O O M R E L D Hills - Square Lake A Adams Close to X-ways R o o m w i t h private entrance A privtiegea $345/ mo + ' I utilities 826-7268

FROM '410/Month

Rd. t o Qtonwood Ave. h M d East t o 2754 Acktoy.

•arm H a a s

board room, meeting room by a p p o i n t m e n t , kitchen Haggerty Rd.

478-0200 F A R M I N G T O N HILLS 2 Suites available In preatigious W» liamsburg style TaB Oaks 0tf*3e Building. 1577 sq ft A 1311 aq ft Each haa Its o w n Private entrance individually C o n t r o l l e d Heat A AV Conditioning. Private b a t h r o o m l * ofrtiis" i m p l e P a r k i n g immediate occupancy c a l l Mr Accardo 855-0080 HAGGERTY RD A PONTIAC TR 1" 2 or 3 r o o m suites Secured fenced yard s p a c e a v a i a b i e 824-6330


434 Ind. / Warehouse Lease or Sale LlVONiA - 1-96 frontage 2.500 A 5 000 S q II Office/Warehouse Gaz C o m m e r c e Center. Schoolcrafl Rd ' . mile E o l M e r r i m a n 534-5540

436 Office / Business Space AFFORDABLE OFFICE SPACE various size rooms starling at $75 including utility & (anitorial Telephone answering secretarial 4 rjfriterance r o o m 2664 7 G r a n d River 534-3306

ROCHESTER - working woman wtlh 2 friendly felines wants working w o m a n over 30 l o share 3 b e d r o o m home close to everything 1 small child ok Avarlaibe Immedtatay $300 p l u s ' s u n i t i e s Leave message 656-2374

ANNOUNCING International B u v n e s s Centers now have 4 prime locations for smaller executive office neeos From 150 sq ft with s h a r e d secrelarla. ser vices a n d conference rooms Nov. 344-9500 F a r m i n g t o n Hills 855-6450 A n n Arbor 761-9555 Now leasing B i r m i n g h a m 433-2070 ATTENTION MANUFACTURER Representatives-Come loin us at B i r m i n g h a m '.00-300 sqfl Secretarial A telephone answering services Dedicated sales Can 647-8333 ATTENTION NEW BUSINESSES M a n u f a c t u r i n g start-up center We offer tu« office A warehouse facilities for start-up businesses Full array of services Please call for complete information 4 76-3091


FREE RENT Great Business o p p o r t u n i t y for start-up or large business f r o m 250 l o 5.000 sq ft e E a s y access to 1-96 A 1-275 d F r e e on site p a r k i n g •individually c o n t r o l l e d state-ol Ihe-arl heat A air • U p filling allowance Hurry limited ofler Call Lloyd Wem garden at McKlnley Properties 313-769-8520 1-275 A 6 MILE Now leasing s h a r e d office space hi" or part time Reception area conference room, secretarial services available Please c a l Preferred Executive Offices 464-2 771 LEASE NOVl A C A N T O N Near 1-275 Off-ces ' 5 0 sq ft A up Warehousing 200 K 1 S u p Damavoletes Properties 344-9550

LIVONIA L O C A T I O N For lease by owner Beautiful newf> constructed office zoned business professional WMI finish to suite Ap pro* 1200 Sq Ft Wlil negotiate terms and length o f lease 525- 7870



422 Wanted To Rent

421 Living Quarters To Share



Southfield Prime Location

429 Garages & Mini Storage



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500 Kelp Wanted Accountants

TROY Floberi Halt arwj Accountampa will be c o n d u c t i n g interviews on Tues Nov 8 al the Monday inn at 2537 nocfvasier Court at I-75 from 8AM8 P M We need toip qualify accounting anO financial people for the greater East Detroit Metro area wtio are interested «n immediate permanent OR temporary j o b s Thle win be our last visit to the Tray area until earty 1989 M you are planning a permanent |Ob search, plan ahead am) slop by before you get bogged down with the year-end work and n o k d a r s l M isn 1 t o o early to start now for a Spring job 1

CPA'S Controllers Accountants Bookkeepers A c c o u n t i n g Clerks We will have 4 CPA s available to interview you even If you d o not have a resume Please can for an appoint-

HALF R o b e r t H a l f of M i c h i g a n . Inc.

Accountemps 28588 Northwestern l+wy , 4 2 5 0 Southfield Michigan 48034


ABOVE AVERAGE? W a n t e d Bright. articulate persona i c work m our Customer Service Office Permanent 4 temporary part time positions available Flexible hours No experience neceeaary we w a train C a l for interview SS9-6340 WAREHOUSE HELP - now accepting appUcaliona m our snipping d e p a r t m e n t Apply m parson at 12900 RichlSeld Court Livonia ACCOUNTANT CPA firm seeking person with 3-4 yrs recant pubac accounting experience lor audn 4 tax staff rieeumaa m c o n f i d e n c e to 1243 Firs' National BkJg . Detroit M l 48226

C P A / A C C O U N T ANT lor expanding S o u l M M d C P A Brm Corporate taxes. 1040s 4 at pnaaaa o l account* i g U n m u m 3-S year recant C P A office experience Exceaent potential N o r t h w e e l e m Hwy/12 Maa a r a a Pteaee e e l M f s Ruth 154-3177


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2 Bedroom: $675

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Snow Equipment Building Materials Farm Produce - Flowers Plants Hospital Equipment Hobbies-Coins. Stamps Jewelry Camera and Supplies Musical Inslruments V i d e o Games. Tapes Hi-Fi V C R TV, S t e r e o H i - F i . Tape Decks C B Radios, Cellular P h o n e s Sporting Goods T r a d e or S e l l W a n t e d lo Buy

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Household Pets Pet Services Horses Livestock Equipment

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Help Wanted Help Wanted-Dentai 'Medical Hetp W a n t e d - O f t i c e 'Clericai Food-Beverage Help W a n t e d Sales H e l p W a n t e d Part T i m e Help Wanted Domestic Help Wanted Couples Sales Opportunity Entertainment Situations W a i t e d Female Situations Warned Male Situations Wanted Maiei'Female Child Care Elderly Care & Assistance Summer Camps Education/Instructions Nursing Care Secretarial Business Services Professional Services A t t o r n e y s ' Legal Counseling Tax S e r v i c e A N N O U N C E M E N T S P e r s o n a l s (your d i s c r e l i o n t Lost 4 F o u n d i by the w o r d l Health. Nutrition Weight Loss A n n o u n c e m e n t s 'Not'Ces Glad Ads Legai Notices Insurance Transporlation'Travel Bingo C a r d s of T h a n k s In M e m o n a m Death Notices

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ACCOUNTANT for CPA firm Southfieia area Excellent opportunity for a m o t i v a t e d Individual with a m i n i m u m 2-3yrs public accounting and tax experience reQuired Call 855-4838 ACCOUNTANT lor expanding Farmington Hills CPA firm 1 year o l recent public accounting experience required This position offers an o p p o r t u n i t y to work Wttrur a pleasant & congenial environment Call Mr Grant at Grant & MIBman PC 626-5252 ACCOUNTANT Growth has created an o p e n i n g In CPA firm for Individual w i t h a minim u m o l 2 yrs c u r r e n t public accounting experience and ability to advise clients on Dusineaa and lax matters Resume to Haas & Tama. PC 32783 Middlebert. F a r m i n g t o n . Hills Ml 48018. A t t n Ely ACCOUNTANT SENIOR needed lor busy Southfield CPA firm 3 years public a c c o u n t i n g experience required Excellent benefits 4 growth opportunity CPA 26877 N o r t h w e s t e r n Hwy Suite 200. Southfild M l 48034

Recreational Vehicles Snowmobiles Airplanes Boals/Motors B o a l Parts 4 Service Vehicle/Boat Storage Insurance. Motor Motorcycles. Go-Karts. Mmipikes

813 Motorcycles Parts 4 Service 814 Campers.'Motorhomes/Trailers 816 Aulo'Trucks, Parts 4 Leasing 818 A u t o Rentals Leasing 8 19 A u t o F i n a n c i n g 820 Aulos Wanled 821 Junk Cars Wanted 8 2 2 T r u c k s »or S a l e 823 Vans 8 2 4 J e e p s '4 W h e e t D r i v e 825 Sports 4 Imported 8 5 2 Classic Cars 854 American Motors 856 Buick 8 5 8 Cadillac 360 Chevrolet 862 Chrysler 864 Dodge 866 Ford 872 Lincoln 874 Mercury 875 Nissan 876 Otdsmobile 878 Plymouth 880 Pontiac 882 Toyota 884 Volkswagen B U S I N E S S 3 4 5 6 9

500 Help Wanted

500 Help Wanted ACCOUNTANT _ countant needed immediately Foil oeneflts Please send r e s u m e to United Paint & C h e m .cai 24671 telegraph. Southfield. M l 48034 No Phone Calls piease

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Appliances Bicycles-Sate 4 Repair Business 4 Office Equipment Computers Commercial-Industrial Equipment Lawn. Garden Lawn 4

Accountant TEMPORARV CONTRACT SENIOR ACCOUNTANT National Investment Firm has an immediate cjpenmg lastmg 4-6 m o n t h s at its Ann Arbor h e a d q u a r t e r s Bachelor s Degree in A c c o u n t i n g or related field 4 2-3 years of A c c o u n t ing experience is necessary C o m puter-based Accounting 4 Public Accounting experience la p r e f e r r e d Knowledge o l G A A P is a Pius. If qualified send resume 4 salary requirements to MCKINLEY ASSOCIATES, INC Contract Position P O Box 8649 Ann ArOor, Ml 48107 8 6 4 9 ACCOUNTING COST CLERK A prestigious private d u b , l o c a t e d In downtown Detroit, is seeking an individual with f o o d coat a c c o u n t i n g experience Applicant must b e a serf starter with 10 key-by-touch - 123 spread sheet a plus Excellent oene-


Accounting Advertising Air Conditioning Ahiminum Cleaning Aluminum Siding


500 HeJp Wanted

Help Wanted



Permanent 8 temporary positions all levels Call for appointment

ACCOUNTANTS ONE 354-2410 24133 Northwestern Hwy Southfield. Ml 48075 Employment Agegcy Fee Paid ACCOUNT M A N A G E R Rapidly growing national leasing company haa an exceaent opportunity for an Account Managei Inside sales experience necessary Send resume 10 LAC. 309S5 Northweste r n Hwy Farmington Hills. Mi 48018 ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST ACCOUNTANT Accounting. Computer 4 g o o d communication skills required Send Resume and salary history to Personnel P 0 8o« 7007 Bloomfield HHIs Ml 48302


AsaemtHy Bindery Packaging Warehouse

We have a variety of long term 40 hour per week positions m Lrvonia 4 surrounding areas Day 4 afternoon shifts available No experience needed Must have own tranaporratlon Apply Mon -Fn 9 a m - 3 30pm

SOMEBODY SOMETIME 18320 Middlebelt (Parkside PavlUlonl I Between 6 4 7 Mile) 477-T262 AEROBICS INSTRUCTOR Experienced dependable 420.' hour Knowledge on NautSus equ*>ment S37-7343

call Ron.


500 Help Wanted

ENTRY LEVEL Large Fortune 500 t r a n s p o r t a t i o n company looking for recent coaege graduate Excellent wages f n n g e benefits and opportunity S e n d resume to Controller, P O Box 39420 R e d f o r d Ml 48239



Janitorial Jewelry Repairs 4 Clocks Landscaping L a w n M o w e r Repair Lawn>^ainlenance Lawn Sprinkling Linoleum Lock Service Management Marble Machinery Maid Service Mobile Home Service Moving - Storage Mirrors Music Instruction Music i n s t r u m e n t Repair New Home Services Painting - Decorating Party Planning (F o o d - F l o w e r s - S e r v i c e s i 175 P e s t C o n t r o l 178 P h o t o g r a p h y 180 P i a n o T u n i n g - F < e p a i r - R e f i n i s h m g 181 Picnic Tables 198 P l a n s 200 Plastering 215 Plumbing 2 1 9 Pool Water Delivery 220 Pools 2 2 1 Porcelain Refinishmg 222 Prinling 2 2 3 Ftecreational Vehicle S e r v i c e 2 2 4 Retail H a r d w o o d s 229 Refrigeration 233 Roofing 234 Scissor. Saw 4 Knife S h a r p e n i n g 2 3 5 S c r e e n Repair 237 Septic Tanks 241 Sewer Cleaning 2 4 5 S e w i n g M a c h i n e Flepair 249 Slipcovers 2 5 0 Solar Energy 2 5 1 S n o w Blower Repair 253 Snow Removal 254 Storm Doors 255 Sluuco 2 6 0 T e l e p h o n e S e r v i c e •' R e p a u 2 6 1 T e l e v i s i o n Ftadio 4 C B 263 Tennis Courts 265 Terrariums 2 6 9 Tile W o r k 273 Tree Service 274 Truck Washing 275 Typing 276 Typewriter Repair 277 Upholslery 279 Vacuums 2 8 0 Vandalism Repair 2 81 Video Taping Service 2 8 2 Vinyl Repair .283 Ventilation 4 Afiic Fans 284 Wallpapering 285 Wall W a s h i n g 287 Washer Dryer Repair 289 Water Softening 293 Welding 294 Well Drilling 296 W i n d o w Treatments 297 W i n d o w s 298 W o o d w o r k i n g 299 W o o d burners

500 Help Wanted

500 Hetp Wanted




Company expansion Sharp enthusiastic persons w a n t e d «i company Adia has warehouae work available advertising M u s i be comfortable near the Jeffnea |l-96^'Farmmg1on with public Age experience not as area Can for appointment important as stabilrtv and hard work Six positions to I B Call now 537 7066 AEROBIC INSTRUCTORS New 'uness center opening soon in Personnel Services Sterling Heighls Certified, experiAn Equal Opportunity Emolover enced instructors prelerred Will AEROBICS INSTRUCTOR n a m Ml hours available interviews xpenenced. d e p e n d a b l e 420/ and auditions schuduied lor Nov 20. 1988 trom 1 l o 4 PM C a i for A p p t before Nov 20 313-542-4597



O P E R A T O R Kelly Services, the leading temporary help company, has an immediate need lor a full-time printing press operator in our headquarters office located in Troy The position reports to our Reprographics Department and requires 1-2 years experience operating printing equipment such as the l-T-E-K camera and Multi1360 or Chief 217 Qualified candidates need a high school diploma or GEO and a mechanical aptitude Please send a resume, letter of interest and salary history to P«r»onnel Recruiter, Kelly Services. 999 W. Big Beaver Road. Troy. Michigan 48084. An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/H/V


Many opportunities for mature, dependable cashiers and stock help at several locations Including our newest store in Plymouth Township (formerly Family Drugs). Arbor offers employee discount, flexible hours, paid benefits and a clean, pleasant atmosphere. Cashiers must be at least 18 years of age. Apply in person anytime at:

PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP 1400 Sheklon Road/Ann Arbor Road DRUGS, INC. Fouaf Oppejetunety


World Headquarters


Promotional opportunities Flexible schedules Scheduled wage increases based on seniority A clean, friendly work environment

Apply at your nearest Farmer Jack Store and See the Store Manager for additional details.

Let GMS put you to work. Sign up today and take advantage of our top notch benefit package • Vacation/Holiday Pay • U f a Inauranca • Group Medical Inauranca • Referral bonus • Employee of the month bonua • '100. Wa are currently looking f o r • lnio#ctori ww » m p •

e Suit provided • S5-S7 per hour

You will be a most welcome attraction among the festive holiday decorations, trees ana trimmings tn the nation's largest nursery and crafts chain. Apply in person at the Frank's location nearest you. Equal

Opportunity Employer

{Frank's i Nursery & Crafts' FULL - TIME & PART - TIME

Entry Level Photo Processing Positions Starting Rate: S4.40-4.65/Hour Guardian Photo, a r e c o g n i z e d leader in Photo Processing is seeking conscientious, energetic individuals. -NO experience necessary We will tram you on the job Friendly pleasant working environment Increase after orientation period NO fancy interview. NO fancy work attire required Attractive benefits available for Full Time Positions

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500 Help Wanted ADMINISTRATIVE POSITION Exceaent o p p o r t u n i t y for e x p e r i e n c e d widnndual with high c o r p o r a t e imurwcation skills Abttty lo w m e a n d d e s i r e to M e m a n d b a res p o n s i b l e for v n a r n a f o p e r a t i o n s ol a d y n a m i c S o u t h f i e l d c o m p e n y Salary c o m m e r i e v e t e with ability a n d performance Pleeee a a n d resume to P O Box 300. S o u t h f i e l d . Ml 48037 Or c a l 353-3311. Ext 217 AFTERNOONS Dry meaner n e e d s c o u n d a n d truck aek er> p e r s o n Birrmngham Cleaners 644-4620

500 Help Wanted ADVERTtS**G S A i . E S P E R S O N E x . • • i f position • n e e d sales p a r s o n Abooe average hourly w a g e s plua g o o d c o m m r v a n d profit O a r m g


ALARM INSTALLERS E x p e r i e n c e d only i m m e d i a t e o p e n ings F t * time p e i m a n a t i i p o — n i G o o d w a g e s 4 DenelHs C x p e r f . e m b u r g l a r 4 IVe a l a r m CCTV. a c c e s s controls. 4 c o n s t r u c t i o n p r e f e c t s m a « e s you v a l u a b l e S S » - ? f 0 0

500 Help Wanted


Make merry SS at Franks

Weekend hours Nov. 25 • Dec. 18



500 Help Wanted

Frank's Nursery & Crafts is looking for large, or willing to appear large, jovial Individuals with expertise in spreading holiday cheer to small children and adults. Must be able to Ho! Ho! Hoi on command and have a strong knowledge of reindeer, elves and life in the North Pole.



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Part-time Santa Claus

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ATTRACTIVE MEDICAL Space LIVONIA - OFFICE SPACE 1476 sq ft on 12 Mile near Evw- For Lease Prime area i - 9 6 A Farm CANTON Ford & 1-275 furnished een M o d e r a t e rental m eel lent mgton Rd H i n t e r e s t e d c a l room only A b s t h P e i i e c i lor m a l e facility - good parking 422-3740 c . Wolf _ Co oul-of-towner. over 28, w o r k i n g in R O O M A T E needed to share large Robert 352-9555 , LIVONIA 19500 M«3dlebell beSixty-five a week 9 6 1 - 0 6 5 0 home in Southfield Close to Law tween 7 A 8 Mile 2 r o o m suite. 506 rence Tech Professional employed AVAILABLE FARMINGTON HILLS, furnished m a t u r e A responsible Mid twenties ; OFFICES in W Bloomfield Orchard sq ft C a l Ken Hale room for non-smoking, non-drinkIrig W early thirties preferred $350 per L a k e Rd Private entrances 2000 Oays 525-0920 Eves 2 6 1 - 1 2 1 ' gentleman air conditioning A kitch- m o n t h Call 357-7826 s q f i to 3200 sq f l 851-6555 MEDICAL SUITE in Redford 7wp 3 en privileges $250 mo 476-1706 R O O M M A T E - 25-35 years old Off B I R M I N G H A M BEVERLY Hills-up to e r a m m i n g r o o m * , nurses station FARMING TON/JOY-Furnished, prl12 Mile between C r o o k s A Wood- 0 0 0 s a l of e f r c i e n t windowed 1st doctor s office r e c a p t i o n area vaie bath Employer*daysl Non- ward $250 plus utilities Ask for floor space parking on site Storage ample parking Can 531-7093 smoking female $55 ' w * plus secur- Steve or Dave at 546-4959 m oasomenl Many premium leaity After 4 30 261-1973 , „ _ , — luros. 16205 W 14 mile 644-8660 NORTHVILLE 6 Mile Rd M«0ical General Office su«te 2 600 sq fl in SOUTHFIELD Furnished room for FARMINGTON. nice large furrwaned employed female kitchen A laundry Outstanding new building BIRMINGHAM room m a Christian h o m e private privileges N o n - s m o k e i preferred D o w n t o w n with convenient parking Ready for occupancy 349-3660 entrance gentleman only, non357-0021 New e i e c u l i v e Office Center with all smoker non-drinker 474-5635 — — — the amenities lor the smaller ProfesW E S T ^ N O m a e wishes to share_3 S e c r e t a r y phone an- OFFICE FOR RENT In Novi o m c e GARDEN CITY-1 room $50 a week c a l Russell Gardner o« Michelle at b e d r o o m home w i t h basement swering conference rooms, on261-3682 a p a r t m e n t completely furnished, 476-1313 premises restaurant, etc . optional n o n smoker, n o n drinker, male or mail A phone answering C a l Inter GENTLEMAN - Joy & Middlebelt female, $325 m o n t h $2SO deposit OFFICE FOR RENT - P l y m o u t h Old Roads area Large r o o m with kitch- All utilities paid No pets Off st eel national Business Centers. 433-2070 Village upper f l a l 6 5 0 * q ft 3 rooms en privileges 422-1691 p a r k i n g references Call Dale beplus private 'acihties 2 entrances BIRMINGHAM North Woodward $ 4 5 0 ' m o 538 N Mill S i , 459-4800 fore 3 30 PM 261-8096 local ion office available «i execu— ; — tive office suite furnished or unfurPLYMOUTH A Middlebelt. r o o m for W E S T L A N D OFFICES FOR LEASE N o n * m o k | n g f e m a l e 150 sq ft Complete secreolder gentleman (senior) a nice quiet to share 2 b e d r o o m apartment n i s n M SE O A K L A N D COUNTY tarial service teiechone answering, Up to 4000 sq ft a« or part home References A deposit $227 50 plus one half utilities fax telex 645-0741 Shared office services negotiable After 6pm. 422-2528 Call Tarn 522-2496 Excellent l o c a t i o n A accessibility . . . „ , | BIRMINGHAM Small offices avaiiLIVONIA PRIVATE ENTRANCE immediate occupancy W E S T L A N D n o n s m o k i n g female , , , 2 J 0 a 3 J C S q a l s o 12oq A balh, clean, furnished, sleeping Diversified G r o u p Inc . 6 6 1 -3000 1 • - s h a r e 2 b e d r o o m . 2 b * l h Sq F i Call t o d a y " Via 1-96/1-275 - 5 M i l e / N e w t x w g h Parkcrest apartment $270 plus ' 1 SLATER M A N A G E M E N T 540-6288 $80 weekly 464-1690 utilities Apartment includes miPLYMOUTH - large r o c m separate c r o w a v e dish,washer A l a u n d r y REOFORO/OEARBORN HTS 261-8002 entrance, refrigerator m i c r o wave r o o m Call Kathy 24350 JOY RD Space available in full service buildfor mature non s m o k i n g male. $65 WESTLAND- Roommate wanted to ing Also available full secretariat tly plus deposit 455-8464 Newty D e c o r a t e d Suites share 2 b e d r o o m apartment. $250 p a c k a g e includes office address From 2 R o o m s to 1,250 sq ft PLYMOUTH r o o m - w o r k i n g woman, m o rent plus half utilities mail services, phone answering includes ail utilities Call alter 5pm 455-5806 phone equipment kitchen A laundry privileges. $60 par Also available and U n d e r g r o u n d Parking t. 459-7246 fax, UPS Federal Express secretarial service - $ 150 .'mo PLYMOUTH-Sheldon A Joy - SpaCERTIFIED REALTY, INC clous furnished b e d r o o m wtth pri471-7100 6 4 5 - 5 8 3 9 vate bath Kllchen privilege Can W A N T E D GARAGE to rent in Roc h e s t e r ' S l e r l i n g Henghts/Ttoy Area PLYMOUTH Erik lor information A «si1 453-4372 2700 sq fl prime Dec through A p m Can 656-1210 B I R M I N G H A M HISTORIC M A R K H A M BUILDING office space in d o w n t o w n BirmingPL Y MOUTH-Sieepmg r o o m lor maA p p r o « 1000 sq ft Excellent park h a m Desire to sublet - below ture employed man Outside en455-7373 market 647-5977 ing trance No cooking 453-3745 B L O O M F I E L D HILLS at ar afford- REDFORO Twp office tor lease DEPEN0ABLE«Ert'ieT0JMO p k j s Vt utilities for rani Greet for sales r * p Prices i o n 200 aq ft $175 per m o n t h • 4 74-2390 plua security A v a i a b i e immediately 477-17S0 start at $300 477-1750 includes u n i t i e s Cal 648-7503 LIVONIA CANTON large . 2 b e d r o o m . 2 b a t h 28103 7 Mke Middlebelt 29 ft 1 29 a p a r t m e n l lo «ha r e with m a l e 4 2 7 5 ft garage $300 pa> mo Available immediately 430-4837 per M o ' l u t e i n •s G a a h e e l p a i d 451-1864

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MATURE, responsible female l o share house witf^2 other females m I b c m a i m o n t h plus utllRoyai Oak $25 335-5127


B L O O M R E L D H a s - G o o d location. 2 bedrooms. 2 baths, appkancea. baaamant. no pets $ 8 7 5 mctodaa heal A water 540-7492 642-1620


SKI COPPER MTN, C O L O R A D O luxury 3 b e d r o o m c o n d o base of s*. Hft Eves or Weekends 646-8941 Days 647-7200

PROFESSIONAL Slraigi non-smoker to share 3 b e d r o o m Madison H i s home $290 .'hall j t . l i ties Call after 5pm 547-0527

PORT CHARLOTTE c o n d o o n lake 2 badrooms 2 baths, f u r n i s h e d Waaher/dryar. p o o l A a l a m e n m e e $1200 par m o n t h 288-5733

2 b e d r o o m , c e n t r a l air. basement, parking, beautifully d e c o r a t e d . >400 a month,

STOREFRONT Excellent lor party store Immediate occupancy Canton Center-Ford Rd a ee ' 356-2600

PROFESSIONAL Female 51 non ,smoker reiiaBie clean, wants to share living quarters Call Between 2 - 4 p m weekdays 827-55'5

BIRMINGHAM 343 Elm A m o d e m 2 bedroom. 1"* b a i l , i car garaga. Air $1,125 / m o . 646-2703


LIVONIA- 3 b e d r o o m home, Female seek ing same $200 mo plus '•! utilities A $100 security After 6 p m 537-3514

WANTED l o rent - 2 or 3 b e d r o o m apartment, house or c o n d o m Aspan Colorado Mid January 10 A p r i l Near lifts 681-8294

POMPONO BEACH - beautiful ocean front c o n d o C o m p l e t e l y furnished Recreation araa Pool Naar ahopping Seeaonal rent 685-2644


RETAIL SPACE FOR RENT Mepie lnksler s h o p p i n g canter 471-4555

LONG BOAT KEY C L U B - O n t h e golt course and overlooking the G u l f of Mexico Ultimata luxury New 2 badroom. 2 bath c o n d o 662-9806 MARCO ISLAND, beautiful beachfront condo in South Saaa c o m p l e x Available wkly t a Chrtatmaa A Jan 2-15 Days 352-5469 eves 5 4 0 - 8 5 3 1

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANY - 1200 sq ft retail/office. West Bloomfield location B r o k e r s p r o t e c l e d 855-8770

LAKESIDE MALL Bras Male looking t o shs/e living quarters wilh same ages 24-30 Nice large c o n d o 263-3540

PROFESSIONAL Female 34 yrs will share 2 bedroom, l ' •> oath c o n d o In Bloomfield Hills $340 includes utilities Immediate 334-1663

BIRMINGHAM - 2 b a d r o o m . fun basement, mini Winds, all appliances carpeting, c e n t r a air. $750 964-3178

LAKE ORION AREA - lake privil e g e * 2 b e d r o o m , a l appHarv air. garage, nice d e c o r , e x t r a * , immediate occupancy. $ 8 2 5 / m o 391-2894

I NEED A Quiet (over 50) person to snare luxury 3 b e d r o o m lurntahed apart mon t m high rise In Southfield $595 m o n t h utilities included References necesssry Security deposit After 2 p m or weekends 569-6635

WAIKIKI BEACH exclusive ocean front condo beautifully furnished Pool, recreation area Near Internat i o n a market Immediate 865-2844

PINE ISLAND- 2 b a d r o o m c o m pletely furnished Home, w i d e c a n a , 15 mm Sarwba Beach by boat Gulf fishing $300 weak 258-0732

FARMINGTON HILLS - 12 m l e , fcv verrary, 1 b e d r o o m c o n d o Balcony court yard unit. A l appliancaa. avsuable Dec 1. $ 5 5 0 / m o 533-9321

HOUSE t o shsre walk to Burning h s m $375 per month, snsrs utilities 646-5242 956-4578

FT LAUDERDALE beach a r e a On the water, seasonal r e n t a . furnlahed 1 Badroom. IV* baths, d e n , $1350 month 305-370-1936


BIRMINGHAM-1 b a d r o o m oondo Nicety decorated New kitchen. Air conditioning $tOO/mo. Days-645-7178 Evea 476-3772

Farmmglon HWa. spacious 1 badroom condo. a l appMaricaa m d u d tr. $625/mc ing waahar A dryer. 2 5 / m o $800/ 855-4651 1 yr laaaa Aftar 6 p m

FOR LEASE F«rmir*gton - GrarxJ Rrvor Orcftesd Lake New contemporary shopping center Just opened Join Pizza One. Tubby s etc Only 4 stores remain Sizes f r o m 1026 sq " Competitive ale* LAKRIT2 WEBER 4 CO 353-9494

PROFESSIONAL lemale over 30looklng for same to share house in Rochester $300 m o • security, utilities Afler 7pm 651-6890

BIRMINGHAM 1 b a d r o o m , furnished Condo $500 .'mo indudaa heat, water A maintenance Available now 641-9210

FARMINGTON bedroom upper, excellent location, washer, dryar, air. p o o l $575 Indudaa heal N o p a t s Open Sal Sun 2-6pm 4 7 3 - 7 8 7 4 427-9550

FEMALE wsnts lo snsrs Somerset apt with temale 30 plus 332-6229 sfler 5pm 362-1456

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SCHUSS MOUNTAIN Reaort Chalet sleeps 8. vary nAar Ski Hill 3 bedroom. 2 b a l h huge fireplace cable TV. completely lurmshed Book now lor Holidays A Ski Season 643-3519

DISNEY/EPCOT-2 b e d r o o m . 2 bath, furmabed condo 3 pools. »BCuul. tennis, golf $30-$56 per day, long Eves. 4 5 5 - 77497 49? or short lerm.


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PUERTO V A L L A R T A , Mexico, beach condo. 2 bedrooms. 2 beths. furnished kitchen, sleeps 6. 3 pools golf, tennis. $600 week W e e * of March 4 A March 11 After 5 p m 425-5056

DISNEY/EPCOT - 2 Miles 2 bedroom, 2 bath C o n d o Pool, tennis, games. Dec 16-25 Also 1 b e d r o o m Dac. 25-Jan I Call 624-5199

MARCO ISLAND - S o u t h Seas Tower I. 2 bedroom. 2 b a t h c o n d o Oceenfronl overlooking p o o l , t e n t h floor Owner's persons! c o n d o . very n>ca Available weekly, bl weekly, monthly C a l days, 3 1 3 - 6 6 9 - 6 6 5 0 After 7pm. 313-679-1204

CANTON - S h e k J o n / W a r r e n Rd Super sharp t o w n h o u s e layout. *3 bedrooms, !'•» b a t h * , w a a h a r / d r y a r . refrigerator A Move included, no garaga or baaamant I m m e d i a t e occupancy - w o r t h * look $ 7 4 0 / M 0 C a l Marty (Day*): 522-4440 (Evea.): 421-5853

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PUERTO VALLARTA - M e x i c o Beautiful new 3 b e d r o o m 2 bath, beachfront condo Dec 24-Oec 30, A Dec 30-Jan 7 $1300 per w«ek Airplane tickets available 349-2340

DISNEY/EPCOT Luxury 2 a n d 3 bedroom. 2 beth c o n d o . washer, dryer, rracrowave. pool, l a c u r a . tennis courts $495 a n d $ 5 2 5 Week Days. 474-5150 Evea 476-9778


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Condoe For Rant W . B l o o m f i e l d Condonaraum lor rant 3 b e d r o o m e . 2% balha. f u l y e q u i p p e d kitchen, laundry hook-up Very spsciousl 661-5870


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W BLOOMRELO - 2 b a d r o o m , 2 bath, garage with opener, c e n t r a sir a l sppkancaa great location, newty r e d e c o r a t e d , 12 m o n t h s •ease $695 par month. 1 m o n t h depo*, 937-8721

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BIRMINGHAM, completely furnished snd carpeted 3 bedroom, knena. dishes, fenced yard, garaga. monthly iDon) 256-1565 642-4300

DETROIT - 5 MHe/Graydale area, PLYMOUTH - 3 b a d r o o m home tor large 3 bedroom, garaga. h a baaa- immediate occupancy Ws#ung dts* from charming d o w n t o w n mant. $350 par mo., $350 securtty deposit C a l after 5pm, 255-6082 Plymouth i d e a for working person N o pets $450 a m o n t h plus u n i t i e s EXECUTIVE styled ranch In plctur- C a l Mon -Frt . 9am-5pm 459-1000 asque Frsnkin on larga w o o d e d lot. Raur bedrooms. 2'4 baths. V e p l a c e REDFORD A Charming 3 b e d r o o m , 3-ear garaga. Huge baaamant Ex- carpeted, dming area, baaamant. cMtanl condition $1750 m o n t h . toncad yard Vary d e a n ! $535 mo L«aaa Negotiable Days 540-9080 Can M*|sstK Propemea. 332-6500 Evas. 358-1216 REDFORD - Ctaan 2 b e d r o o m on private lot. appliances included TON HILLS - Woodcrsefc $4 SO/MO 1st. last plus $600 4 bedrooms. 3 » b a t h * , over security 535-8007 3000 sq. ft.. Immediate occupancy 5-9 mo. laaaa available. Asking REDFORD- N W Telegraph/Grand $1?50/mo Can Bruce L L o y d River 3 bedroom, flraahed baaaMeadowrnsraoement 348-5400 mant. 1 car garaga. $525 utatles, 1 mo s security A f t e r 5pm 328-5992 FARMINGTON HILLS 3 bedroom with u t a t y room In a REDFORD TWP-3 b e d r o o m - r a n c h . country setting. IV* b a t h * age. w e a - o u i b e d r o o m $700 per MO 534-2246 deck, new floor coverlnga. a l appMancas including waahar A FARMXQTQN . 3 dryar. window t r e a t m e n t * $875/ ranch, carpeted, yard, h u g e M O Oava. 255-5876 garaga. good n e good 2 b e d r o o m homea w enable soon - $650 par 681-4225 FARMINGTON H a s - 3 b a d r o o m . 2 REDFORD - 3 b e d r o o m home 1« last A deposit $500/mo 557-8096 car garage, ftruahed Baaemenl. pnances included, no pet*, r e t o r t ROCHESTER-COUNTRY LIVING 1 at/aqulred $895/mo 477-6206 bedroom, m o d e m kitchen. I M n g T O N HILLS-3 b a d r o o m r o o m , laundry $575 + u t a t l e s . fenced yard, attached Couples preferred No pets. 651-8198 1st A last months rent $ 5 8 0 security N o p e t * Wnmedi- ROCHESTER downtown 2 b a d r o o m 12-8pm. 380-3977 homa. Enclosed porch. 2 car ga" F A R M I N G T O N HILLS. 3 b a d r o o m . rage. basement, attic, mce kitchen, fy room, attached garaga. $8«S w o o d floors $600 w/weter aacurtty. Eva s. 652-3012 •nth 3 badroom. baaemenl ga. $795 a month, subtact to c r a d - ROCHESTER MILLS - b r a n d new 9ort. employment letter A peat 1825 aa. ft. colonial 3 b a d r o o m . 2'A ASK FOR ROY OR baths. M baaamant. 2 car M 478-7000 1300/mo • security

i provided I d e a tor retired or lakmal c o u p t o $900 m o _ ASK FOR OONOTHY WAGNER Mi M a r r a Lynch Realty ^?«-«700 626-9 V



NOVl - 3 bedroom Tn Level, fenced yard. $1200 per m o n t h plus security deposit 348-1441

T O N HILLS - 3 badrooms. M n g r o o m with fcaplau. wn a n d kllchen on baautl-

TWELVE M I L E / S O U T H R E L D 3 b a d r o o m brick ranch, fua baaamant. 1 car garaga. lanced yard, stove. refngarator 47SO/MO + aacurtty 937-0463 Attar 5pm

WESTLAND-condo. 6mo otd. 2 bedr o o m . 1H balha. f u l Baaamant. central air, appkanoaa. garage. Available Nov 15 $ 6 7 5 / m o 455-9664

INKSTER - 3 badrooma. stove & refngerator. $600 m o n t h plua aacurtty dapcail Agant 563-9665

N O V l on w i n e d Lake S m a l 2 bedr o o m . includes carpet, drapaa. clove, refngrstor. $525 per month, n o pets 624-7194

0 6 A R 8 O R N HGTS - Attractive 3 badroom bnck ranch, remodeled Kitchen, u t t t y room 2 ' * car garage. $550 553-9055

TROY- 4 badroom colonial. 2000 eg ft ptua finished baaamant 2 car oeraga. mckjdaa appliances $1350 par m o N o p a t a 669-4309

WESTLANO-Attractive 2 bedroom. bnck home, b e a u t i f y treed 1 acre lot. an. appliances, garaga. refer encee. pay utlfttaa. available Dec 1 Days. 455-7400 r v e s . 453-0606

NORTHVILLE. 4 b e d r o o m bMevel Immediate occupancy Cleaning deposit required Ex cedent location Walking distance to d o w n t o w n area. $1,000 month .lamas C. Cutler Realty 349-4030

0 E A R B O R N HEIGHTS - 2 5 0 5 3 s n w o r d Excapttonafty nice 6 d e a n 2 badroom homa m good neighborhood. Deemed cathedral caltlng. 2 ' * c a r garaga. lanced yard, stove, refrigerator, washer A dryer Kids A p j t t welcome $ 5 7 0 / M 0 526-1293

TROY - Lwemols/Btg Beaver araa 3 b a d r o o m ranch, attached garaga. refrigerator Included 1 6 4 5 / m o n l h Can 6-9 p m 689-9367 or 660-0682

WAYNE - Sharp 2 betfcoom ranch, f u l baaemenl. carpeting, 2 * car garaga. fenced yard, immediate occupancy, $510 553-9055

bedroom brick ranch. with fireplace. Nniaheo 2 H car garage. $ 7 5 0 / m o . plus security 422-1435

COMMERCE TWP A»-aportS Lower S t r a i t s Lakefront home wtth 2 bedfboms, 1 bath $600 per mo Please c a l 698-3081

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G A R D E N C I T Y - l b a d r o o m . large Hiring. taring room. 300 ft. traad lot. appliances, $ 3 9 5 ' m o pkja utMHtaa a n d aacurtty 427-4791 or 663-1494


C U N T O N TWP - Lakeside area Executive colonial - 3 badrooms, 2 f e a r lease. $900 m o n t h Century 21. T o w n & Country Bud J. or Linda S. 524-1600




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LIVONIA - 3 Bedroom ranch. 2 car garage, sppkancaa, many extras No p e t s Immediate occupancy $650/ m o + . 1v%mo. security 422-2301

WSON-2 b a d r o o m . f i n i s h e d i. 2 car attached garage, /dryar. central air. corner lot. per month 435-6104

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ATTENTION! R e t i r e e s a n d s t u d e n t s Local firm is s e e k i n g s h a r p p r o f e s s i o n a l s m s e c u r i t y lor lull a n d p e r t t i m e O p e n i n g s in t h e W s e t l a n d , Livonia a n d S o u t h f i e l d a r e a s Ofler includes • Work s h i f t s a r o u n d your s c h e d u l e • L o c a t i o n n e a r your h o m e • Paid vacations time • Educational saaastanee • Pleasant working conditions • Career opportunities • Hearth i n e u r a n c e a v a i l a b l e For e p o s i t i v e c h a n g e in your c a r e e r ceH 422-0515


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MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES An excellent Marketing career opportunity awaits y o u at AAA Michigan, the state's largest personal lines insurer, travel agency a n d leading auto club A A A Michigan's continued expansion a n d service diversilication has provided a need to expand our marketing department's services to include the professional p o s i t i o n s of a Market Planner a n d a n additional Market Research analyst.

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W e otter an attractive salary a n d c o m p r e h e n s i v e benefits p r o g r a m including complementary club membership and 401(K) plan For c o n s i d e r a t i o n s a n d y o u r r e e u m e i n d i c a t i n g p o s i t i o n ol i n t e r e e t b y N o v . 1 4 . 1 0 8 8 t o : P. B o g g a , R e c r u i t m e n t M a n a g e r . A A A M i c h i g a n , 1 A u t o C h * Drtve, Dearborn, M l 48128 E q u a i O p p o r t u n l t y Employ-

9 Aluminum Siding

33 Bidg. A Remodeling

AAFFORDABLE QUALITY ABSOLUTE S A T I S F A C T I O N ALUMINUM 4 VINYL SIDING GUARANTEED Kitchens, baths, FREE E S T R e f e r u c ' m s additions, b a s e m e n t s O I L ENTERPRISES 4 2 5 - 8 6 0 8 AH P r o C o n s t r u c t i o n 553-4456

U v o m a & Taylor s r s a s 14 2 5 s n h o u r Day a h e r n o o n m i d n i g h t s h i f t s e v a a a b i e Merit m c r e a a e a holiday 4 b o n u s pay 4 n e e n h i n s u r a n c e C a a Now


AALUMA E N T E R P R I S E S Alumin u m 4 vinyl s i d i n g , trim g u t t e r s , s t o r m Windows 4 r e p a i r s u c Ins 8 y e a r s E x p F r e s Esl 644-3735


ALL S E A S O N B U I L D E R S KITCHENS. VANITIES. C O U N T E R S F amity o w n e d for 3 1 y e e r s N o madBASEMENTS D O O R S REPAIRS a e m e n Deal d i r e c t Vinyl siding, VINYL 4 PEL LA W I N O O W S only J 1 6 5 s q fi i n s t a l l e d No d e e i - Lie 4 Insured 2 8 Yr e x p e r i e n c e d ers pieese Expires 11-21-88 928-1304

LOWEST PRICES Alum S i d i n g 4 G u t l e r s Installed & C l e a n e d R o o f i n g 4 r e l a t e d work 471-2600

12 Appliance Service • ROSE A P P L I A N C E REPAIR e E r p e n e n c e d In-Home Service Low R a l e s . 7 D a y s s W e a k No S e r v i c e C h a r g e with R e p a i r s 5 4 3 - 8 3 J8


AFFORDABLE HOME Improvem e n t We do aa home i m p r o v specializing In eiec plumb 4 paint For tree est can Greoo at841-3819 A - 1 SATISFACTION DAK CONSTRUCTION Additions • Remodeling • Decks Finished Basements • Kitchens Doors • Windows a n d Siding DAK CONSTRUCTION 552-0210 647-7832

14 Architecture Have Next Veer s H o m e Deeign tr TOOAYI tr CUSTOM DESIGNED HOMES tr 6 8 4 - 6 8 8 7 ir

15 Asphalt DOMINO C O N S T C O INC - A S P H A L T PAVING S i n c e 1966 Residential 4 C o m m e r c i a l Free Estimates 626-1222 652-2112


24 Baeement Waterproofing ALL B A S E M E N T w a t e r p r o o f l n g C r a c k e d . l e e k , waBs a n d h o o r s R e p a i r e d Lie C o r n R e l i a b l e S v c Uvone/Neerby areaa 464-2075 All T y p e s o f W a t e r p r o o f i n g Guaranteed - Free Esttmatee Peter Mauti • 4 7 6 - 1 5 6 5

AQUA-STOP BASEMENT L E A K S REPAIRED Drains 4 S u m p p u m p s repaired 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE E a f l H Jensen 474-6224 FIFTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE Free Est Reasonable Ratee Seniors Discount 150 oft per wan Ail work G u a r a n t e e d Alec Sewer Cleaning 534-9385


B-DRY SYSTEMS 978-8277 581-2720 644-4855 M A C O M B — WAYNE — O A K L A N O

27 Brick, Block, Cement ALL KINDS of Cement Bnck 4 Block Work Porchee driveways, stepe walks Bi£/smaa - o t * S t o r e Chimney repairs, glass block 4 paving bnck 4 taa w o r k E x p , UC 4 ma Free Eat Caa anytime 534-1570 A U . TYPES OF CEMCNT W O R K Commence! 4 rieeidentie AUTUMN SPECIAL ON DRIVES DeaVmci Consturction 525-9625 BRICK DOCTOR Porchee - Stepe - Chimney Repairs CERAMIC TILE 4 REPAIRS Free Estimates 4 7 6 - 4 H I


Repaired or b u m n e w Screened C l e a r e d Roof leaks s t e p p e d CROWN C O N T R A C T I N G 4 2 7 - 3 9 * 1 CUSTOM BRICK Work - Repairs 4 New Bnck Sidewaats Oueaty work Specaaaang P o r c h 4 Chimney R e pees Free Est Karth 477-9673 DRIVEWAYS garages sr) ka. p o r c h e e taundaoone B r i e * 4 Bl Ucanead 565-7479 Free Eet UNIVERSAL C E M E N T C O

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QUALITY CARPENTRY STAIR RAILS COUNTER TOPS SMALL JOBS. TRIM 425-5930 QUALITY W O O D W O R K I N G 4 CARPENTRY Trim carpentry t 421-4673 S M A l L ADDITIONS 4 REPAIRS Basement Conversions 16 yrs experience Can Jerry Evenings 532-5148


41 Carpet

IT COSTS NO M O R E ...to get 1st class workmanship. FIRST PLACE WINNER o l t w o National A w a r d s H A M I L T O N nas been satisfying c u s t o m e r s lor over 30 years You deal directly with the owner AS work g u a r a n t e e d and competitively p r i c e d • FREE H u m a l e s • Designs • Additions • Kitchens • Porch Enclosures etc

HAMILTON BUILDERS Call 559-5590 ..24 hrs.


D4 L Carpel 4 Scotchguerd washing

SPRUCE BUILDING C O M P A N Y n a m a deling 4 Renovation Lcenaed 4 Insured n e k able Free Estsmalee 542-6108 ZACK'S Corwt C o 294-6863 Carpentry the Old C r e f t s m e n a way Lie 4 me C u s t o m o a k 4 h e r d w o o d a Batha. Kitchens. T i e t W i n d o w s

36 Burglar and Fire Alarms WIRE T A P S 4 ELECTRONIC B U G S We provide the moat sophisticated systems and servsoea. t o cotes threads to your security W e p r o a your privacy ConHdentlal coneul non bv aaaxantment only

A 4 A ELECTRIC Res 4 C o m m breaker 4 fuse panels plugs, violations Lie Low Prices Free Est Anytime 564-7969

MAINTENANCE upholstery cleaning. avaN Painting 4 wea 441-1226 or 565-7464

LOW PRICES Rug Cleaning mstsilmg Floor Striping Pokshmg. Reflmahmg 471-2600

44 Carpet Laying & Repair AAA CARPET REPAIRS Seams 4 restretchmg. aa repairs


DRESSY DESSERTS Featuring Broadway Brownies Birthday Cake. Deseerts tor aa occasions Caa Nancy 646-4822

ALL TYPES CARPET AVAILABLE Psd labor - reasonable ratee Friendly Carpet Sales 476-2222 B U D S CARPET INSTALLATION Free Estimates Restretchmg 4 repairs A l work guarsnteed 453-2281

52 Catering-Flower*

54 Ceiling Work




FRANK SINELLI CEMENT CO. EstabHahed m 1012 COMMERCUL/nCSOCNTlAL Concrete 0"i aeaye

348-3200 HOUSE L E V E L L I N G

BILL OKLER ELECTRIC Res 4 C o m m - Lie 4 ins Fresesi - W o r k g u e r -624-6713

J. C. PRICE Electric Small J o t Specialists Free Fat metes Sr Citizen O a c o u r i 48O-4206


CLEANED & SCREENED 427-3981 HIGH m a t CHIMNEY SWEEP Guaranteed n o ' e n e e d (»2778)

56 Chimney Building A Repeir ALL TYPES Of CHIMNEY WORK Rapaes. Nam C a p e Ftoe Plpaa 8 ^ *Work 471-2B00 CHIMNEYS •P O R C H E S BRICK R E S T O R A T I O N

GARAGE DOORS Steel Entrance Doors Guaranteed to beet your beat deal or w e l l give you a gerage door opener FREE' Seve money, cell us L A S T New 4 Used Parts ins. Work SHAMROCK DOOR CO 534-4653


Bring your beat deal l o me 4 I wia beel It' Owner operated 4 serviced Taylor Garage Doors New 4 Used Garage Door Parts w e remodel old garages Energy ef fldent steal entrance and storm doors Licensed bid 1 year guarantee free eat Ca« 474-3846

72 Fences CHAIN LINK FENCE INSTALLED 12 50 p e r t t Gates 4 fittings e x t r a Licensed Guaranteed Free Est C o m m I -Residential 533-9309 STEEL 4 WOOO f e n c e s stronger Prompt, proleesional workmanship Portable d o g kennels Fair prices 423-6426 356-3017

COMPLETE GUTTER WORK Sue fn iee» AJurmnmn 4 G a N a n o e d installed. Repairs 4 Cleaned 543-9196

Gutter Cleaning Serv. es rates, free eel Marty 584-1025 O H M E B GUTTER SERVICE

78 Firewood AA ANDREW S FIREWOOO Oak-Maple-Wen Seas ( 4 x 8 - 1 6 i 155 taca c o r d - 2 1100 Mixed soft wood. 130 Free del nearby 459-4655 ABSOLUTELY a l Seasoned 1 yr spat mixed H a r d w o o d s 160 lace c o r d (4 x8 x t 6 - 1 8 " V 2 / m o r e 155 e e Free Del: t N / N e a r e r 464-2433


FIREWOOO Oak. Ash. Cherry 155 taoe cord 155 -160 cut s p a t aeer(4"«8'«16')S55 Eves 395-7864 sred 4 stacked FIREWOOO wea-aeaaoned oak. maple 4 other hardwooda (2x4x8) -165 (4x4x8). 1130 Dearered 485-8965 F I R E W O O O 100* see tinned rrvxed hardwood. MO-Free 3e»very Mi B e m m g l i a m / W BkiomWd/Franken area.Northern T i — Care 826-7933

GUARANTEED Seasoned F i r e w o o d (FACE C O R O 4 *rx16-18'm length) • OAK 1 Face Cord 15 7 50 or 2 lor «110 • W H I T E BIRCH 1 Face Cord 160 or« for 11 IS W E HAVE a 1GUAUTY W O O O - C o m e aae lor yourseaALL W O O D D E L T V E R C O WITHIN A 10 MILE R A D I U S O F C A N T O N T W P

Lucas Nursery 41680 Ford Rd . Centon

New g u i t a r s - Rooi repees Free estimates 624-5357

102 Handyman Du-rr-ALL Home care a n d improvement Painting. d r y w a l . plumbing, ale Phone anytime 689 4507 D.J. HANDYMEN Electrical. Kllchen 8 Bath. sonaPM Free Est.


105 Hauling A-1 H A U L I N G - Moving Scrap metal. Cleaning basements Garages. Stores etc Loweat pncea at lown Quick aarvice Free Est Serving Wayne 4 Oakland CousUaa Central n 547-2764 or 559-8138 GENERAL HAULMG matile * outside oeen-upe. trsan to aps, i 0 a * Service Caa anytana. 537-9275 LIGHT HAULING- T R A S H Removal Fea d e e r up 4 Oemoaecm Oakland County For B E S T PfVCES CaB R o b 545-3750 TAKE - A W A Y - T R A S H Al kinds ol rutXMh ha^ed —• • - a RTMR—)*RORVAM. ircry • W A I I N W Caa Fred 334-2379


9 8 1 - 4 8 8 6 or 9 8 1 - 5 3 8 1

101 HeeMng A Cooing



ROOF LEAKS STOPPED Server Crttcen O a c a a * Ucanead 8 masead C R O W N CONTRACTING 427-3M1

OUTDOOR C M S T M A S T R « S 4 W i s e — U l M r l M M d ITS 4 up C u e t o m work ecoepsed o r d e r « 2S»-1738 6» r » - 2 S 7 0

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FALL CLEANUPS - GUTTER Ciewung. Snow Remove! 4 Lawn Maintenance North n e s t Lawn Service 478-3434

S H A M R O C K H E A T 4 COO*.

QUALITY S E A S O S 4 E D H A R O W O O O Spat - Deavered - Stacked 164 96 leoe oord. 4 x T s 16- 1 C 0 ua» anieed Oektend C*y 588-181 ISO oord 4x8x IS. I Arbor-Oan Inc. nraigj



L A W N MAINTENANCE Power r a k i n g , c l e a n u p s , shrub t n m m m g Free eet . insured Snow removal. U v o n i e exckjsrvefr Call Matt or G r e g g 530-3689

& other finishes Contract Giaaa. mc 647-4910 INTERIOR PAINTING Paper riangeig 4 removal Door 4 window IWesfwig R Woriey 647-3380



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144 Lock Service D E A D B O L T S - ETC.

150 Moving A Storage

Reasonable Ratae • Free Est

474-2258 • 624-1772

LOW PRICES PAINTING. P A P E R I N G Repairs 4 W saw earwig 47 f-2fl00 or 835-8810 LUKJI'S PAINTING 4 D E C O R A T R M Prime paint, vermeh. staai. pasrfimg. spray paait. mt /Ext C o m m . / R a e Free Eat Fi*y m e 478-2S36

EXOOUS M O V I N G LINE Local, long (Mat OfSce 4 reeideniiei. uaaty n m v e e t s low price. 138/ hr A u t u m n Special 383-3058

M S B PAINTING Manor'aetanor •eRLiepeimg. dr/aial repae. Ires eanmatae. reesonetwe prices -.6 yrs. experience CaB Mark: 261-4943


M E L C A R M A C K PAINTING C O Int./Exl Res / C o m m QuaBty 4 Guar Work/me. Owner -etparvtaad Ca8 one ol The Beetl 423-1290

ree Estimates inaiaed Ucenae s M P S C L-19678

Apeninerit. h o m e 4 office 138 per hour 309-1159

165 Painting A





ACE PLUMBING tion Read"! 4 Comfti UC 4 ma., 24 hr service. 7 days 4 hoadays A p p t 425-4559

EXPERT PLUMBING & HEATING CO. Call Peter Friedman Anytime 855-1110 cleanings 4 s u m p pumps inetaaelion 4 repairs Alao new work 4 i snicideang Electionac paging maane taat aarvice -Prompt 4 dependable ' la oie m o n o GARRAITT PLUMBING plumbing 4 dram am nice 24 hcnes PLUMBING UNLIMITED Al Work Dona Pr oaeeemneBy CaB ue lor taat. Inendfy service tar a8 your Pkjntemg needs. W a H r heaters, sewer 4 dram daarang. s u m p pumps, gerdege aepcisei l. Al repelrs 4 replacements INSURED F O R Y O U R P R O T E C T I O N LICENSED M A S T E R P L U M B E R Vies 4 Ussier carl accepted Greg M e M n



PAINT OueNty Workmanship Many References Free Estimate*

595-8968 PILGRarf P A M T M G tat P s m t m g 4 papereia C o m m 4 reel - A o t workmeaahac taee prtaaa - taa 388 H M P O P O V 1 C H Psmtmg. Plea 11 « u

233 Roofing


A - 1 C O N N O L L Y TREE SERVtCS free riemonel. Ti smiling. Saaa* 4 Land Cleertng m e 442-8617 AAAA NATIONAL TREE 4 STUMP Removal. Traieytaig. Topping INSURANCE - LOW RATES 326-0671 I no s r e . e i - 537-84T9 ROOFMQ

Deys 865-7223

S T U M P REMOV N o yard d a m a g e bushes i:leari 141 4 Free Eat Gerry Lyon.

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23 Yrs. 1 c o a ^ r r m v E P R K E S Free •ry. 478-1594 M


PAUL BUNVAM T R E E SERVICE Tiaiaieng. Tree 4 Saaep R e i i k j i e l Uc. tarn 81 r i a j i Oae. F r e e a M forkmans C o r n s — S 3 7 - 3 S M

277 J.C ' S U P M O L S T E R » 4 G . H o m e 4 offtae keiaaae beat i < W » ors I


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ALL ROOFRIG REPAIRS 4 RECOVEW pacaal On smngtae Sr Cataara aunt r i i n a n t i n 722-3 ALL ROOF LEAKS STOPPED MEW ROOFS. Saamaaas GsdMra aaaa. Ftsaaaaa, D n p L e d g e vsReys u i i ai t i l l , itatai a « e Free to c a n e e d 829-2733 A V E L A 8 C O ROOWNO • e reota. a < oeN. taai aRa T


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EXPERT Ceramic 4 Dryseal 'eases, new oaramc. t u b 4 aaoaer-. grouting 4 re-cauMng. cuetom e - I 477.1:


DANDY H A P Q W O O O * L O O * ^ > ^

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C E R A M I C 4 Q U A R R Y TILE, S m e a repairs to ooinpteae custom lamodaang. Free Eat Cal 852-4281

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ALL C E R A M I C Leaky m o w e r s re-grout, 'apses 4


PAINTING by M I C H A E L - Slrtctfy raghest quaaty Harlot Spai.— img m ssammg atuooo. laaapsriar removel. Free Eat 349-7498



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A C C U R A T E R O O F I N G 4 REPAIRS Tear ORs. Raroots. N e w Roots Uoanaad 4 meured Free Est NaighPomnnilConet C o »

Custom interior P — n t m g Done Proluarr a»i W e Heve 14 Years E x p e ranee And W e Ouaisnaaa V o w Saa•etacaon BrtgfsMn Your LMkig Envioronment During The WWHar Months Taka Advantage Ol The 1 0 * DteocMit N o w Being OMar And Cai For Yota Free Eeamaae

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LOW PRICES water demege ma e o r k . pieelarmg. pemtmg repairs 471-260C

M KELLY'S PAINTING Interior /Exterior - 20 yrs experience Exceaent workmenemp - Retarencee Free eel C a 8 M 8 w . 981-6587


FHaaiering Orywea textixe work 4 peant peels New 4 repeir 35 yrs exp Exc reI Free eat insured Ca8 Set 435-7416

PAINTING Interior exterior 4 nuatom staeied

^ 41 Decorating

SNOW REMOVAL periling lots Largs A a e Sehing siaaatjla De-


K U S T O M PAINTING C O M P A N Y Specieiosng m cuetom interior pemtmg and papering Also exterior 834-3758

BOS M O V I N G 4 SERVICE INC Any See J o e - Reesonebie Rates Short Notice Service Free Estimate - Insured 882-9172 CARRtNGTON M O V I N G OependeCHs Service Days 4 Weekends Local 4 L o n g Distance LOW RATES 538-3055




SOOAk H A R D W O O O . 9iaanr.ll 4 Free CMNary 880 lece oord |4 x 8 - s t C i » H O tor 3 leoe cords. 1150 tar 3

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EDO S CUSTOM PAINTING Residential homes 4 condo s Top qusaty pemts 4 service Cieen. neat 4 p r o m p t References metro-erea

FALL C L E A N UP Tree 4 Shrub Trimming 4 Ptanun^

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253 Snow Removal

AA SPECIALIST m smea weler demage 4 plaster repees 35 yeers experience Clean Work myself Licensed Ca« Roy 459-7197


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6 8 3 ^ 4 2 7 0 Garaga Oaaemanl-Ainc Cieen-out vard d e e n - u p 4 light damnation Household m o w n g • Rillin aula 363-9250

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A p p M M i o n e M i n e accepted M M l or part d m * operwige lor a* ( M M . paid w w o n , hoapnaKzation 4 bonus plan w n e n , chanoe tor advancement. d a r t i n g wage ( 4 2 5 / u p A p p y In person only Totol Petroleum Inc. • 9 0 A u b u r n - Rocheeter HMa 101C I A n Equal Opportunity Employer CASHIERS/ATTENDANTS For M l service Shan Auto C a r e Starting pay t*~U SC par hour wfth advancement F a r m i n g l o n Hills I: 553-3166 CASHIERS/ORUCJ C L E W Mature paraon lor to* or part-time Deerborn n i l araa Rrvar O a k * Pharmacy 271-3770

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JOES PRODUCE 3 3 1 5 2 W 7 Mile - Uvonia CASHIERS - MOBJL Service Station Matura responsible psrsons for Troy M o M Station (15 4 Crooks) F u l 1 part-Uma. sflemoone. rrwJinghta 4 w e M e n d s 302-1990 CASHIERS NEEDED - FuH & p a n tuna avertable Wt* tram If neceeaary Apply m paraon 30800 Southfield R d . Southfield or caa 647-4648 CASHIERS NEEDED Permsnent M l 4 part lima poeitions n o * opan lor experienced caahiers $4.50/1* to atari Quality benefit package svskabie For mora mlormaiton can Mr Hoffanberg 3 5 2 - 0 0 9 0


Reaponsibls people Immediate openings available tun or part time, all shifts ( 4 00-S4 25 plua bonua 4 benefit* Apply Mobile Oil. 7389 Orchard Lake a l H o r t f a e l e r n Hwy 626-5870

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COLLECTOR - F r a n M n OaMnga of S o u t M e M M looking h r l U Ome o o M c l o r to collect on daanquanl i eeioanael. commercial A InatoSm e n t loane Applicants M o u l d hawe a m i n i m u m erf 1 year o perlenoe. oood problem a a M n g PC experience Sand MMA 0 • t a P 0 Boa 5000. South40000 or tor more Information c a l Knelle at 350- 1 0 M An Equal Opportunity Employer

C O U N S E L O R NEEDED tor coaage In Troy CXiOaa M o M M oounaaang n e w a n d p r o a p a c M o students, evalu a t i n g tranacrtpta and oouraa daaenpuone. m recruiting nmm atudanta and In the o v a r M mar k a o n g e l t o n Requirements are a Bachelor s Degree wtth aapertance m higher education pralaired. M u a l poeeeea strong m H t a n arid oral c o m m u n i c a t i o n s k « s plua g o o d decision maa ing ; j u d g e m e n t M M e . S e n d leeume to: Peraonnel Dep t . W A L S H COLLEGE. 3 0 3 * U v e m o l e . Troy. Ml.. 40084 A n Equal Opportunity Employar

DESiONER/DET AILER Gage 4 flxiurs experience r a q M a d . H o w M Tool 4 Qage 41910 Joy Rd. Plymouth. M l 44170 400-0000

DISPATCHER, local c a r t a g a c o m p a ny looking tar alter n o o n t&epatcher Experience p i s k s i r s d b u t n o ! nacaa aary F M tana benaflta C M for mXunkmm Mon thru Fri 10am M 4pm

DRIVER NEEDED tor evanlnga E a r n u p l o M OO per hour Papa Six Maa.' Newbur oh, Lhro404-1130

DRIVEWAY ATTENDANT eon tor exceptional serv* Afternoons 4 i s s l n n d s / G o o d pey A m o c o Station Crooka Rd . Troy.

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COUNTER HELP FuM or p a n time Best Bakery. 0 2 5 7 O r c h a r d Laxa Rd . W Bloomfield 851-3707


C O U N T E R HELP wanted tor dry clearer localed m Sterling Hta. F a r m i n g t o n HWa 4 Livonia Fu« 4 p a n t i m e hour* e v e a a u e Apply In p a r a o n Indian VMage Cleaner* or C M Vlcki 567-0500

Affiliate of a major financial institution la aeMIng experienced collection personnel Computer experie n c e a plua! Thle a a growing organization with opportunities tor self starter* Send reeumee to: P O Box 2459. Southfield. M i c h . 400372459, Attn: Collection Manager

C o m p u t e r Operator A Farmington HM* company la seeking an expenencad computer operator The ideal candide l s should have previoua Tl/IBM. computer operetlon experience and M detail oriented Thaa poaltlon ofter* an exceaent o p p o r t u n i t y and a complete benefit program C a l 553-0200 COMPUTER OPERATOR IBM System 36 operator Financial institution environment, second shift h r s possible Knowledge of IBM SSP required, working knowledge of Query helpful Exceaent DanefH*. salary commensurate with experience Send raeume 4 salary history to Metropolitan National Bank of Farmington, 37000 G r a n d River, Suite 100, Farmington HWa. M l 40024. Attention J Taylor An Equal Opportunity Employar COMPUTER PHONE WORK A Southfield beeed c o m p a n y » l o o k i n g tor enthualastlc individuals for c o m p u t e r / p h o n e work Full or p a n l i m e poeltlona available Excellent wage 4 benefit p a c k a g e C M 10-5pm . 354-5401


CERTIFIED A u t o Technician - 2 M l time poaltlon* available Good Year. 3075 E G r a n d Bhrd A n Equal Opportunity Employer

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CHtLDCARE - Kinder Cara Learning Canter m Southfield t* accepting applications for M l 4 part time poeltlon*. opening* are available for Cook. Van driver. Substitute* 4 Infant Toddler Caregiver* Benefits Apply in paraon at Kinder Care Learning Center. 25354 Evergreen CHILD CARE Hiring now C a l Today Only Fee i S 5

p e r s o n to taech new customers Must have good c o m m u n i c a t i o n skats 4 be wWIng to travel Dental office experience a must C o m p u t e r experience s plus Send reeume l o A t t n Training/Employment. SOFTECH INC 31275 North • a s t e r n Highway. Suite 140. Farmington HWa. M i c h 48018 COMPUTER TRAINEES Bra Into field with p a i d training 4 world-wide placement Large international concern seeks individual* desiring to tram wtlh state-of-the-an equipment Muat paaa proficiency exam and not be over 30 yeers old - limited poeltlona available For more Information call M o n - F r t , 1 -000-922-1702

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CHRISTMAS TREE lot workere - lull or part Bme S6 par hour, c a M Flexible hour* tor coAege student NIGHT W A T C H M A N - M l or p a n time. From Nov 26-Dec 16. $35 per night, caa Christmas - full or part CASHIER time 15 25 par hour. caah. Must M able to w w * weekend* FARMER JOHNS GREENHOUSE 26950 Haggerty Rd 553-7141 CITY OF WAYNE METER DEPARTMENT Parking Attendant - The City of Wayne haa available 1 part time (30 h r * per wk .) poaltlon Starting w a g e $4 90 hourty H o u r * M o n - F n . 1pm7pm Must M mature An Ideal lob tor retiree or older worker The City ot Wayne la an Affirmative A c t i o n / Equal Opportunity Employer; Minority Candidate* are encouraged to apply Application* may M o b t a i n e d from: Personnel Dept.. City H a l . 3355 S Wayne Rd , Wayne. Michigan. 48104 Completed applications mu»l M submitted to Personnel Dept by Nov 10. 1908 C L A I M S EXAMINER Energetic individual warned for position that require* the ability to anafyza. c o m p u t e and authorize payment on Me and disability c l a i m * W o u l d also handte account commonicatlona Sand raeume to: P 0 Box 300. Southfield. Ml 40037 MATURE PERSON needed parttime early evening* to d o m a M i g . f l i n g a n d other clerical M i c t l o n a . 20 hours par weak 24700 Draka. la 470-1975 CLEANING LADIES to tram tor leader pueWoria cleaning naUways a n d laundry rooma in apt comptaxae Day work 0-7 h r * per day $4.00 l o 14 95 hr Paid holidays 4 vacation C a l M o n -Fri Sam-Apm 427-4343 CLEANING PERSON - needed M l time tor apartment complex In Westland to d e e r vacant unit*. Mual M r a t a b l e 4 heve reference* 455-7100 CLEANING PERSONS •aaidanllal A commercial work Day 4 midnight work C a l V k M 549-0404 CLEANING POSITIONS avertable wfth development c o r p o r a t i o n lor apartment complexes in NW Oakland county Ce* 9am-5pm. 042-0080 A n Equal Opportunity Employar CLEANING - WW tram, to t O / h r Caa Today 557-1200 O n * Fee 105 Job Network CLERK NEEDED lo do m Troy tor a computer c o m p a n y , h r * are midnight to Bam Salary M-AO-SS/hr plua benefit* Caa 879-0030


Quafefled candidatea are eligible tor T e m p o r a r y Asaignmant* m vanoua m a i n f r a m e environments Shortt e r m 4 long-term poaltlon* are available C M now tor an appointment t h a i could lead you to a challenging aaalgnmanl wtth a prolee •Kxiai temporary service 24 Hr. l l a a i a g i Center ALTERNATIVE RESOURCES CORPORATION

355-4900 CONSTRUCTION. 10 S20/hr year r o u n d work Can Today 557-1200 Only Fee S05 J o b Network CONSTRUCTION EXECUTIVE National conalruclor seeks expenencad Construction Manager tor It* Detroit araa operation Applicants must po&see* coat estimating and C M experience specifically related to renovation o l commercial txAkJIng i n t e r i o r * Prom center management Send raaume l a Search G r o u p . 940 W Ingomar Rd . I n g o m a r . PA 15127 CONSTRUCTION a 1 MANAGER o l a m M conat ruction company B a c k g r o u n d wtth commercial, industrial and vi tenors 8 2 MECHANIC lor s m M construction c o m p a n y a m M construction equipment Salary opan. F u l benefits No Fee

B HAMIL PERSONNEL 424-0470 C O N S U M E R RESEARCH Telephone interviewing poeltlona available Exceaent oral raadlng M a s a n d a deer speaking voice a must (no sasea). WW tram Evening h o u r * , soma w e M e n d a Starting I S 25 par hour C M Dana, weekd a y * . 9 30 a m l o 4 30 p m 553-4250 CONTROL DESIGNER M a c h i n e tool experience aaelrad wrth C A D experience Sand reaume C o n t r o l Tachnlqua-Waat H e 14070 Cleat Plymouth. Mich 40170

CONTROLLER B i r m i n g h a m Real Estate Oevelopm e n f a Management V m seek* h a n d s - o n . highly motivated Individual l o a a r s i s Accounting 4 Financial M i c u o n a . Compenaarww. commansurata with experience P l a i n m M raaiima 4 aalary requirement*, to: Danatopmant Corp.. 31100 Telegraph Rd . ia 200. Birmingham. Ml. 40010 Sta

COORDINATE MEASURING •ogremr CNC. mm conaldar person with manual experience Inapectlon o l autom o t i v e prototyyea Delta. 32971 Capitol. Livonia. 201-0400 wanted

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C O U N T E R PERSON. FULL-TIME Paid Holidays 4 Vacation. A p p l y B u r t o n Plaza Cleaner*. 17170 Farmington Rd . Uvoma C O U N T E R PERSON tor d r y era in U v o m a 4 Redford areas Mat u r e 4 dependeble and wWIng to follow d i r e c t i o n * Senior* moel welc o m e WW tram, part time 533-7770


CREDIT ANALYST E x p e n e n c a d credit analyst wanted for rapidly growing Arm Excellent c o m p e n s a t i o n C M Pat 855-9911 CREDIT CLERK TEMPORARY FULL-TIME A s u b u r b a n rtewapaper •* in need of an individual to work from 11-14-00 to 2 - 2 4 - 0 9 . Monday-Friday. 8 30am5 « J p m Good telephone m a n n e r * r e q u i r e d WW tram Send leeume or apply t o Obeerver 4 Eccentric Nmvspapars 3 0 2 5 1 Schoolcraft Uvoma. Ml 48150 A n E qual Opportunity Employar CREDIT 4 COLLECTION CLERK Progreealve distributor of Heating 4 Air C o n d i t i o n i n g equipment requirae an Aaaiatant to the Credit Manager Prefer 2 l o 3 >«ar* experience m C o m m e r c i a l Credit 4 Co I l e t i o n * / A c c o u n t s Receivable work Candid a t e m u s t be proficient In communication. M a t h 4 analytical skats C o m p e t i t i v e salary 4 benefits oiler ed Reeume lo Credit Manager P O Box 2970, Livonia. Mi 48151 A n Equal Opportunity Employar C R E W CHIEF 4 LABORERS - C o m m e r c i a l clean-up* t 5 50 + Experie n c e 4 tranaportahon preferred M a r k 247-4515 Bruce 471 -7875

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DIRECT CARE STAFF Needed tor group home, located m Redford 4 Canton. F u l 4 part time poertione a v M e b i e For m o r e Info C M Barb, Canton, 455-2944. or Cathy. Redford. 533-0476, or Linda. Dearborn. 502-4021 DIRECT CARE STAFF Rewarding work with d e v e l o p m e n t s * * dH adults m group h o m e s Part time, midnight snlft tor weekday rnomxng and afternoon shifts tor w e M e n d s m Redford Part time 10-24 h o u r * , flexible w e M d s y s / w e e k e n d s In Westland 255-5454 DISPATCH DRIVER D O C Optics m Southhstd haa Immediate openings tor dispatch drivers. part time aflernoona Hourty wage. Paid mileage ideal tor retirees C M Maureen 10-5pm 354-5481 DISPATCHER - For d o w n t o w n Dat r o l l law firm to direct pickup and delivery. expKMe court fWnga a n d apecial handknga m - h o u s e a n d l o surrounding c o u r t * a n d buslnaeeee F u l time position M a t u r e Individual wtlh some (uperviaory experience pialeired FtW benefit p a c k a g e Send reeume to: Office Servioea Superviaor. Butzel Long Oust KJem 4 VarvZHe 1050 First National Bidg . Oat roll. Ml , 4 0 2 2 0 DISPATCHER/SCHEDULER needeed with data entry k n o w l e d g e Please reply to P O Box 8040. Weet Bloomfield. Ml 48304

DISPATCHERS W A N T E D For larga international e x p e d i t i n g firm m RortMue. S o m e experience p i e f e r t a d Salary baaed on ezpenance Benefit p e c k a g e A l shifts Pleeee send reeume to Mr Solo. P 0 Box 7300. Dearborn, Michigan. 4 0 1 2 1

DRIVER NEEDED For a medical service. »4-05 per hour G o o d d r i v i n g r e c o r d and office experience heipM C M after 3pm. 737-8353

TO $ 3 0 , 0 0 0 FEE P A I D National company needs sharp Indlaeveral y a a r * a u t o m a t e d d « p a l c f k n g experience a n d excellent communication M W e Exceaent benefits C M S M y . 404-0009

SNELUNO & SNELLINQ DOCK WORK t i l 50 - S 1 2 0 0 / h r Tram on the )ob C M Today 557-1300 Only Fee 105 J o b Network DOG Q ROOMER to r u n established grooming practice at ralartnary carife. Muat be e x p e n e n c a d 4 patient with both peta 4 people 545-0030 DRAFTSPERSONS (2) n e e d e d lo work m the Engineering Dept 4 Application Engineering/ Estimating tor cuetom daaigr m d u e t n a l o w n * , waahar* 4 c o n n a y o r * 1-2 y r * experience or training raquired Daalgn Estimating 4 C A D a b N t y or Technical degree a plua P i m a * a n d raaume to: Moco Thermal InOuetneaP 0 B o * 330 Romukxa. Ml 40174, A t t n Engineering Manager ORAFTSPERSON/Englneertng sselslsnl tor g r o w i n g tool shop 1-2 yaar* d r a w i n g e x p e r i e n c e Southfield area . 353-7050 DRAFT SPERSON W A N T E D CxoMant opportunity tor e x p e n encad draftsperson. Includes siectrlcal and mechanical d r a w i n g Steal purchaamg. IWng of drawinga. and m a d office dutlea Exceaent benefit peckage Salary c o m m a n e u r a t e wtth experience. For interview 2 0 1 - 2 3 0 0 DRAPERY W O R K R O O M HELP needed No experience neceeaary C M between lOem-Apm 522-0160 SERVICE DRIVER f o o d d M n b u b o n c o m p a n y is l o o k i n g tor s dspendsbls p e r s o n to deliver our products The rtghl p e r s o n could eventuaPy w o r k Into a sal as poMion Excellent bet M i l s program Must be service oriented end have a good driving r e c o r d intereeied parties p l i s s s sand reaume P O Box 5534. Dearborn. Ml 40128 A n Equal O p p o r t u n i t y Employar OR1VER/DEUVERY - m u a l have excellent driving r e c o r d , over 2 1 A M for David 934-0800 DRIVER/GENERAL CLERK F M or part time poeiuon available tor responslbis mdtvtduei w i t h vaHd driver * Ucensa Rekabie t r a n a p o n a tlon 4 good driving r e c o r d Additional work wW include IWng. packaging. unloading 4 occasional bunding mamtananca 04 per hr. plua m l s a g a Apply a l S A A . 23042 C o m merce Or . F a r m i n g t o n HMa, Ml . 40024, or CM 471-7000 DRIVER/SHOP HELP - W a n t e d for Fork W1 company 0 5 / h r 477-0660

D E U V E R Y DRIVER wanted tor art 4 d r a f t i n g auppfy store F u l 4 part tune positions available Contact Norgraflc. 29555 N o r t h w e a t e r n Highway Southfield 353-5525 DELIVERY 4 LIGHT SHOP WORK KteN tor retiree P e n time Uvoma Area 474-5200 DELIVERY PERSON - p e n - t m e muat b e 18 yrs with good driving r e c o r d Apply Decker n o w a r s . 8214 M e r r i m a n . Westland 201-9000 DEUVERY PERSON F u l time Guaranteed raises Apply m person . W a t a r b e d Showrooms 2S210 Ford Rd G a r d s n City DELIVERY PERSON-For FarmmgTon HWa offlca Supply c o m p a n y Morv-Frt 7 a m - 5 p m O o o d driving record 855-0400 DEUVERY PERSON A r t S t u d i o need* person a*th g o o d d r i v i n g record 4 knowledge of M e t r o a r e a Drivers with over 2 p o i n t * - need not apply BeneAts i n c l u d e d C M Detroit Art Servioea 9 a m - 5 p m wkday* 280-0900 a r t 203 DELIVERY /REPAIR


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METROSTAFF Temporary P e r s o n n e l 425-8368 DRIVERS - T R U C K S F u l 4 part time work artth paid hoadays. vacation, I t s 4 health insurance, d e a n d r i v i n g 4 c n m l n a l record High school g r a d u a t e or GED Minimum age 2 1 GUARDIAN A R M O R E D 14000 Puritan, Detroit 40227 837-7100 An Equal Opportunrty Employar

ELECTRICIAN Wa immediate opening for 1st snd 2 n d shift electrician Requires Industrial experience. sbWly to read blueprints and knowledge of JIC symb o l * Competitive rstee. c o m p a n y paid benefits including attendance bonus and gain sharing Apply m person or aend reeiane lo 800 Junction Plymouth, Ml 40170

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ELECTRONIC MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN - progressive Troy manufaclunng firm a aeekmg an individual to mamtam electronic video. audio 4 control equipment Associate* Degree m electronic* 4 2 yr* related experience required Competitive aalary 4 benefit pack age Send q u M f l c a t i o n * to Electronic Maintenance Tech. PO Box a * 5 t . Lathrup Village. Ii 40070 An Equal Opportunity Employer

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DRIVER-WANTED tor Pick-up 4 delivery 40 ftr* per week Ideal tor recent high school g r a d u a l * Must have axe M a m driving record 4 must b e familiar with Detroit metro area 04 per hr R o o m for advancement Apply m p e r s o n at Downriver Refrigeration Supply, 31147 Plymouth Rd Uvonia on Wed. Nov 9. at 6 3 0 p m

FACTORY $10 - * l 2 / h r plus benefits C M Today 557-1200 Only Fee 485 Job Network

DRIVER WITH V A N Fo» dekverie* M u s i k n o w M e t r o area Apply wtthm: 25743 West Seven M M . corner of Beech Daly

2 FIELD MANAGERS NEEDED rn 1 month Company t r s m m a Must start immediately S t a n $ 1 . 1 2 0 / M o . ssisry/commission Must be I B - s n d own csr No experience necessary C M Mr Campbell 427-9348

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FINANCIAL SERVICES - preetigiou* national c o r p seeking executive marketing rap l o contact B u i s i r s s s n thru a p r o v e n lead generation program A p p a c a n t * must hsve coaage. •mtiativa 4 a daairs l o ba paid what you are w o r t h We provde taming, office, staff, leed p r o g r a m 4 benefits Salary plus commlssien sversgss 035 000 1st year Sand reeume lo W J Krauae. F L M I RHU District Manager 7125 Orchard L M * Sis 309, W Bloomfield. Ml 40322 FITNESS INSTRUCTOR En|oy working lor snd bslonging to one of Ihe Dee! d u b s m the country Frsnklin Fitnees 4 Recquet Club a extending IMS o p p o r t u n i t y to Join the instructional s t s l t in our Itinera center Apply M o n thru W e d , l - 0 p m Steve Fen by Fitness Director 29350 Northwestern Hwy SouthFITTER/WELDER - Experienced m structure! end or sheet metal Muat be sbie to read print s 4 do set-ups 313-624-2410

EXPORT COORDINATOR Export Arm s e M l n g experienced person to hsndls export shipments from order entry thru negotiation of d o c u m e n t * WW be responsible for p r s p e n n g M export pepers snd tracing s h i p m e n t * Excellent typmg required Please CM to *et up * h sppointment.. 557-9140

FLORIST HELP WANTED-FuH/part time. No experience « * tram W e M a n d e 4 hoaday* C M 540-3555

FIEL0 SERVICE REP . - M e d i a individual needed lo Interview delinquent h o m e o w n e r * Polaroid camera and r s k a b i s car necessary Pay baaed on number of inapections you are able to c o m p l e t e Reply to MHO inc. 525-2950

FIELD TENCHNIC1ANS lor crane manufacturers looking lor expensnced T e c h n i c * * * with mehamcal repair snd electrical trouble M o o t ing Must hsve toots snd be wWIng to trsvel E x c s l s n l tWsry s n d bsneThe world * largaat employment ear- n t * Sand raaume and aalary revice a looking for a lew g o o d people quirements to Box 99* Observer 4 Newspspem. 36251 for our staff Pleaaani i s l s * p r o N e . E c c e n t r i c people-onenied. Offering aalary. Schoolcraft Rd , Ltvoma. 48150 oommiasions, benefit*, training C M 464-0909 FILE CLERK- light typing Idesl lor SNELLING 4 S N E L L I N G student H o u r s can be flexible pert FACTORY J i O - 012/hr plus bene- time, M o n t h r u Fn , 1-5 PM 05 00 per hour Farmington HUM area A M fits Cal now lor B o b 626-3371 557-1200

DRIVER/WAREHOUSE F u l time lob With M l benefits after 6 m o n t h * Starting pay 05 per hr M u l l hava e x c e l ant driving r e c o r d Apply m person Novi M a n u f a c t u r i n g Co . 25555 Seeley Rd . Novt { M o n Fri.. 9arrv-3pm)


W a are seeking a n m d M d u a l tor an entry level poaMon m our Records Management Services Oapt Quel! fled Individual wW e o n 4 Ma active mortgage a o c o u n t t . proceee raqueeta tor racorda material. m t a r t M into exietmg accounts, and operate HgM office e q u i p m e n t The aMMy tc work wtthm an o i a o e production an•tronment a muat The m d M d u a i muat poeeeea g o o d c o m m u n i c a l i o n / organizational M W a 4 be M motivated Lifting «rtl be requved. as w M as s vaad driver* Ucensa Records, nhng or micrographics b a c k g r o u n d w o u l d ba beneficial A complete benefit package including an Employee Slock Ownership Plan is being offered Qualified candidate* M o u l d apply Mon-Fn. 9am4pm The Employment Depertment F I R E M A N S FUND M O R T G A G E CORPORATION 27555 Farmington Rd Farmington H M * M l 40018 Equal O p p o r t u n i t y Employer M / F / H

EXPANDING INJECTION MOLDING C o m p a n y has openings in the loAowing areas Plastic* O p e r a t o r * 4 Die Sailers experience preferred Excellent benefits Compelfltve Pay Rales Apply In parson Service Plastic. Inc 38700 Plymouth Rd . L t v o m a


DRIVER/WAREHOUSE - Need experienced warehouse person w t l h class 2 license Outles are Fork truck 4 tractor trailer ahuttle driver Send reaixne IP- Cal ax. 377 Ameaa. Plymouth Ml 40170

FIREPLACE INSTALLER experienced m zaco clearance, prefabrv cated hreplacaa M u * j have truck 4 t o o l * C M Oatwssn 9 a m - 5 p m Mon t h r u F n . Jeff M a r k o w t a 557-3344 FISHING EXPERTS for new Farmington retail store Retirees Stud e n t * FuH t i m e 4 part l i m e opening* Cashiers needed A M lor Veronica or Steve 1-777-7003

FLORAL OESKiNER With m i n i m u m 2 y r * experience Part time, c o u l d w a d lo M l time Farmington HWa 553-0048

FLORIST SHOP m the Fsrmmgton srea need* m a t u r e person lor counter 4 phone sale* Prslsr n o n smoksr 474-0840 FORMICA SHOP in Novl, need* person for general labor C M between 9AM-4 3 0 P M M o n -Fri or Sat 9 AM-1PM, 349-4900 FOSTER FAMILIES are needed for emotionally impaired children r o s ier fsmllies receive training 4 guidance from aocuM w o r k s r * who continue to work with these children Expenses a r * r s i m b u r s e d at 0500 per m o n t h C M Marc U n o v i Q Children's Home of Detroit. 886-0802

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EARN UP TO 10 PER H R Flexible h r * Mon-Frt. no e v e n i n g * Apply w p e r s o n between l - 4 p m . or Nation's lergeel Home Cleaning aend reeume to Company Car necessary 525-7290 CARSON BUSINESS INTERIORS ELECTRICAL 15090 N C o m m e r c e Or PANEL WIRE PERSONS D e a r b o r n Ml 48120 A w M eet abashed U v o n i a baaed Attn Operations Manager Robotics company haa opanmga tor panel wwe persona expenencad m layout 4 machine tool aArlng with S T A F F / S E R V I C E DEPT. mechanical M * a G o o d a a l w y 4 benefits Pis ass send reeume to Box $37-140,000 B972. Obeerver 4 Eccentric Mews- A n d exceBant benefit are what una paper*. 30251 Schoolcraft Rd nationwide company a o f l a n n g for Livonia. Michigan 40150 your 2 years plus engineering experience. a BSEE degree, strong c o m ELECTRICIAN Begmrana apprentice Start 05 hour munication MWs and supervisory Apply Control Technique West sbiktiee Fee p a i d Mary 404-0909 SNELLING & SNELLINQ mc 14970 Cleet. Plymouth 451-0277 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ELECTRICIAN - M u s i have 3 yrs of lor non-profit housing c o r p o r a t i o n residential construction experience serving the mentaPy retarded LeadExcellent benefits Please C M 0- ership. managsmant. M M s required 5pm • 3 5 0 - 0 9 0 0 Experience with community »vlng concepts daelrad Sand rseume to ELECTRICIAN W A N T E D C o m m u n i t y Opportunity Ctr , 10318 Residential 4 Commercial )Obe Middlebelt Livonia. Ml , 40152 I 582-7220 An Equal Opportunity Employar

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C U S T O M FURNITURE SHOP reliable persons with m i n i m u m 2 yrs e x p e r i e n c e In sssembly. lemmata 4 installation F u l Uma poaltlon Farminglon Hlls C M Keith Or Chock 471-3223

DAVENPORT OPERATOR with at least 1 year xpertenca for small Troy shop opening 2nd shift C M L o u 503-0550 or a p p l y 256 Minnesota


DRY CLEANERS m Farmington HWa seeks m e M * person l o work counter afternoona Ideal tor houaewtvee. atudants or latn aaa Exceaent pay 851-6060

DRIVERS NEEDED - Earn 04 0 0 par hour plus Hps O w n car a plue! Apply at 24133 W Ten M M . Southfield. or can after 2PM. 354-2303


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Southfield security c o m p a n y has openings lor d i s p a t c h e r s M u a l have previoua dtapetch aapaiianoa or a g o o d working k n o w l e d g e of the t n oounty area Previoua experience m any kind of route d r i v i n g Electronic background * h e l p M C o n t a c t 423-1000 or apply 20000 Southfield Rd. Soutnfleld

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DIRECT CARE STAFF needed l o work with d e v e l o p m e n t a l rWaatHed adults m Orchard L a k e g r o u p homO. Part time weekend ahift. a v a l a C l i . C M for m o r e Information 601-0192


F U L L T I M E Customer Service position. 8 30-5:30 Mon-Frt Complete benefit p a c k a g e Matrovtaion ot Livonia Cable TV Apply m person at 14525 F a r m i n g l o n Rd , Livonia 48 1 54. A n Equal Opportunity Employer

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DIRECT CARE B a c k g r o u n d or experience working with the hWK*cepped required, tor lot leaching vocational akWa l o handlcappad adults at the Madleon Hta workshop Starting pay 00.25 par hr , plue g o o d frkiga benefits Plaaas forward raeume t o Peraonnel Office. 117 Turk St Pontiac. Ml 40063 An Equal O p p o r t u n i t y Employar

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In management 4 law Part time telephone collection work with nations l o p coSection service Evening 4 Saturdays h o u r * 353-0300

ASSISTANT 4 SALES Must know IBM MS-OOS CFC Consulting 737-0528

CHILD CARE (nlant and toddler program needs loving, reliable caregiver Fua a n d part time poailione available Plymo u t h area 450-9494

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