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Canton Obsrrlirr Volume 6 Number 96

Monday, June 29,1981

Canton, Michigan

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Board accepts partial hunting ban By Ariene Funk* staff writer Some Canton officials would prefer a total ban on hunting in the northwest area of Canton. But the Township Board last week approved the recommendation of a committee which called only for a ban on shooting small g a m e during the offseason. That partial ban would still allow hunting during the Oct. 20 to March 1 season, but it also would "provide a safety margin for the residents of the area," explained Bruce Andrews, of the state Department of Natural Re-

sources (DNR). The DNR has jurisdiction over hunting areas. "Generally, legitimate hunters are safety-minded," added Andrews. Township Supervisor J a m e s Poole said the partial ban is "the best I can get" right now. He said he may try next year for a total ban. "I THINK it's better than nothing," said Clerk John Flodin, an admitted hunting enthusiast. "There are a lot of good hunters and there a r e a lot of slob hunters. There are some who hunt with complete disregard for safety — those are the

ones who cause the trouble." The Township Board also has adopted an ordinance which stipulates that hunting and shooting — with shotgun and f i r e a r m s with shotshells only 4 will be allowed during the OctoberMarch season. Penalty for violation of the misdemeanor ordinance is a maximum $100 fine a n d / o r 90 days in jail, j The law stipulates that hunting i$ permitted in open areas unless it can be proven that it would be dangerous for a "prudent and reasonable" hunter ! Several northwest Canton residents

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Man rescues baby from flaming house By Arlene F u n k e staff writer » A 10-month-old baby is safe, and John Correll is a neighborhood hero — all because of a new pizza recipe. Correll, 37, was experimenting with a pork sausage recipe in his house on Holly Drive in Canton about 12:45 p.m. Thursday. Suddenly, his son William, 12, dashed in to report that a baby was trapped inside a neighbor's burning house Correll, who owns Pizzuti pizzerias in Westland and Dearborn Heights, raced across the street to the home of neighbors Wayne and Marge Cooper. The Coopers had left their 10-monthold grandson in the care of their son Kevin, 13, according to witnesses and a fire department report. Kevin was safely outside, but the infant and several family pets were still in the burning, ranch-style home. Correll punched out a screen and was greeted with a billow of heavy smoke that obscured his vision. Crawling into the window, he followed the infant's cries to a crib. Correll handed the unhurt baby out the window to JoAnne Capaldi of nearby Lynn Street. Fire Chief Mel Paulun

"I suppose, in a small way," said Correll. "He really deserves a lot of recogni-, tion," said Mrs. Capaldi. "I wish I had aj neighbor like that." One of the Cooper family's pet dog died in the fire, and another hid safel in the basement. A third dog was given oxygen by firefighters, said Correll. A pet cat escaped unhurt.

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THE CAUSE of the blaze is under in vestigation, said Fire Marshal Art Winkel. The fire started in the family room and "spread quite rapidly," Winkel said. "There was e x t r e m e heat and smoke damage." He estimated damage at $20,000. The kitchen and family room were destroyed. While the investigation continues, word of Correll's rescue has spread through the neighborhood in the Holiday Park subdivision, off Joy and 1-275. "The stories a r e incredible," said Correll's wife, Janet, with a laugh. "They had him coming through a plate glass window, unscathed." The Coopers couldn't be reached for comment. '

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Putting in a garden Rinaldo Corridore puts in a stake for his tomato plants while his grandson, 5-year-old Anthony takes a breather. Every year, Canton Township

makes available plots at Lilley and Warren for anyone who wants to work the land and grow his own food or flowers.

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By Carol Carpenter special writer Flashing red lights, crossing gates, and 125-ton locomotives didn't stop three people from crashing into trains recently. In train towns, the warning whistles of approaching locomotives signal caution. But each year, over 12,000 railroad crossing accidents occur nationally, with 1,000 people killed and 4,000 injured. In 25 percent of the accidents, cars run into trains, according to Casualty Prevention, a newsletter that is part of the Chessie system's recent safety program. Plymouth has more cause for a l a r m than other towns. It is criss-crossed with railroad tracks. Within the past three weeks, Plymouth has had thr*ee crossing accidents. One accident resulted in the death of a 24-year-old woman and the other two caused property damage. A 100-car train, traveling 24 mph, takes 930 feet to stop. "Whenever people in cars, trucks or other motor vehicles collide with a train at a grade crossing, they almost always come out a poor second," a Chessie newsletter stressed. Cynthia Sue and Robert Barnett of Plymouth were on their way home at 2 a.m. June 7 from a wedding reception at Roma Hall on Schoolcraft Although all signals at the Sheldon Street crossing were working, apparently Barnett did not see them.

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BARNETT *S CAR hit the rear of the seventh car and became lodged there. His wife was killed ID the crash. Mrs. Barnett became the first railroad crossing fatality in Michigan in

1991. "Barnett couldn't remember any-

thing," said Plymouth police officer Dan Carpenter. "But they couldn't have been trying to beat the train." Joan Keiser of Plymouth was not injured when her car was struck in the right rear as she attempted to cross the Mill Street railroad crossing at 7:05 a.m. June 13. She was issued a citation for disregarding a traffic signal. At 3:05 a.m. June 14, Victoria Truax of Canton apparently grew impatient, drove through the crossing gates, and hit the rear of a caboose at the West Ann Arbof Trail crossing. She was not injured but was issued a citation for driving under the influence of liquor. All three drivers either didn't see or didn't heed the crossing signals. Why? And what can be done to prevent further accidents? TRAINS ARE a constant threat and irritation to people in the Plymouth area. All Chessie trains coming into or

leaving Michigan must pass through Plymouth's train yard. The 10 railroad crossings in the area mean many holdups of local traffic for trains that often have 50-100 cars. Approximately "ft trains pass through daily. In terms of tie-ups, the three worst crossings are Haggerty, Sheldon and Main streets, according to Inspector Carl Berry. People most often try to beat the train during peak traffic times, 4-7 p.m. weekdays. The Plymouth police issue approximately 15 citations a month and numerous warnings to motorists who ignore crossing signals. Although the freight trains set off or pick up cars along the route, only the local or road trains stop to handle business for companies such as Ford, Western Electric, the Spartan store,

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The houses we live in Questions of where to live, how to choose a home and how to keep ahead of its cost are of increasing concern to residents of the suburbs in these days of inflation and recession. The changing housing picture affects everyone. Young families are seemingly priced out of the market; older ones wonder about the affordability and advisability o f / l a r g e homes; multiple dwellings assume larger importance; home financing impacts the nation's economics. The Observer & Eccentric is taking a close look at this housing picture, where we are now, how we got here and where current trends may take us. Findings will be published Thursday 2 in reports throughout the newspaper.

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MBA; J a m e s W i l l i a m C a l h o u n , Gloucester, MS; Ralph Curtis Held, Beech, MBA; Marie-Claire Colette Hopkins, N. H a r v e y , MA; J a m e s E d w a r d Oberling, Simpson, M?BA; P a t r i c k J . Smith, Huntington, SPA; Lois G r a c e Troeller, Sheridan, MA; Anne Elizabeth Wales, Robinwood, MS.

The following Canton students received a d v a n c e d d e g r e e s f r o m E a s t ern Michigan University during the spring c o m m e n c e m e n t : Lusty Leo Cebula, Gloucester, MS; Suzanne F i t z g e r a l d , Round Table, MA; David A. Greenwood, B u m h a m Drive, MA; Linda M a r i e Haeberle, Arlington, MA; T i m o t h y M. Kerins, Alton, MBA; Arthur J a m e s Leib, Leslie, MA; Celine Louise McQuinn, F o r e s t T r a i l s Drive, MA; Charles Michael Mulder, Queensway, MBA; G r e g o r y A. Nomland, Brookshire Drive, MBA; Bethany Sue Oxender, H o l m e s Drive, MA; Clyde T e r r y Phillips, P a l i s a d e s Court, MS; Doris J o a n Pipkens, Tudor Court, MS; William A. Robinson, F o r r e s t , MBA; E r i k a G. Sizemore, A d m i r a l t y Drive, MA; V i c t o r i a A n t o i n e t t e S t r i m e l , Brookshire Drive, MA; Alan E d w a r d Strong, Round T a b l e Drive, MA.

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BRUCE MASSARO B r u c e M. Massaro, son of Anthony and Billie M a s s a r o of Napier road, Canton, received his MD at J u n e comm e n c e m e n t exercises a t N o r t h w e s t e r n University in E v a n s t o n , 111. Dr. Massaro plans to begin his internship at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, followed by residency training in ophthalmology a t the s a m e institution. , •

AMY L Y N N E JACOBS Amy Lynne J a c o b s of N a n t u c k e t Drive in Canton, plans to use her recently a w a r d e d D r e s s e r H a r b i s o n Foundation, Inc. g r a n t to study music t h e r a p y a t Michigan S t a t e University. Ms. Jacobs, d a u g h t e r of P e t e r E.

The following P l y m o u t h s t u d e n t s received a d v a n c e d d e g r e e s f r o m E a s t ern Micican Univeristy during the spring c o m m e n c e m e n t . F r a n k J a m e s Brenny, C e d a r Lane,

Jacobs, is one of 55 new recipients t o r e c e i v e scholarships u n d e r the foundation's annual p r o g r a m f o r HarbisonWalker e m p l o y e e s ' children.

Joni M. Quenneville, d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. T h o m a s R. Quenneville of B r a n d y w y n e , Canton, and Steven M. West, son of Mr. and Mrs T e r r y West of Ann Arbor Road, P l y m o u t h , w e r e a w a r d e d Webster Scholarships to Albion.

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• WRESTLERS T h r e e P l y m o u t h S a l e m High School wrestlers, A d a m Golchuck, Bill Ward, and R o b e r t P r i c e , h a v e r e c e n t l y signed to w r e s tle a t Siena Heights College in A d r i a n f o r t h e 1981-82 s e a s o n .

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• MERCY COLLEGE T h r e e Canton r e s i d e n t s received degrees f r o m Mercy College a t the 40th annual c o m m e n c e m e n t . Cheryl L. Martin g r a d u a t e d c u m laude with a BS in health services. M a r k B. Baidel, AS in alcohol and d r u g abuse, and T e r r a n c e M. Hallett, a BS in accounting, also received degrees.

p r o d u c e available at each site, directions to the sites, and telephone numbers for additional produce i n f o r m a tion. The d i r e c t o r y also includes a m a p of the state, and a c r o p c a l e n d a r indicating the a p p r o x i m a t e opening d a t e s for a l m o s t half of Michigan's 50 agricult u r a l crops. To obtain a f r e e copy, w r i t e to Sen. R o b e r t G e a k e a t the S t a t e Capitol, P.O^ Box 30036, Lansing, MI 48909.

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Two P l y m o u t h Canton High School _ a d u a t e s w e r e a w a r d e d RegentsAlumni Merit Scholarships f r o m the University of Michigan, Dearborn. Angela P e t e r s o n will m a j o r in m a n a g e m e n t and J e a n Winans will m a j o r in c o m p u t e r and i n f o r m a t i o n science.

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On a still morning By Arfene F u n k * staff writer

When somebody invites Steve Hamilton of Canton to " d r o p in for a cup of c o f f e e , " he just m i g h t a r r i v e by air. Hamilton, 32, owns a couple of S t a r Stop convenience stores in Canton and Ypsilanti. But he's also p a r t n e r with Gordon Boring in a hot-air balloon business t h a t really is beginning to t a k e off. The f i r m is called the Wicker Basket Balloon Center. " E V E R Y B O D Y N E E D S a hobby," said Hamilton, who g r e w up in Westland and g r a d u a t e d f r o m John Glenn High School in 1966. "My hobby has turned into a business," he added. "But it's still fun. I spend 30-40 percent of m y t i m e with ballooning. It has m u s h r o o m e d so." Balloons a r e powered strictly by wind, which m e a n s they land w h e r e tiie breezes t a k e t h e m . F o r p a s s e n g e r s and s p e c t a t o r s , t h a t adds up to e x c i t e m e n t and c o m m o tion. " P e o p l e holler and w a v e their a r m s a t us," said Hamilton. " I t ' s a novelty." Ballooning c a p t u r e d H a m i l t o n ' s interest a couple of y e a r s ago, when he m e t Boring. Hamilton p r o m p t l y o r d e r e d an $11,000 balloon and began studying for a license through the F e d e r a l Aviation Agency

Steve Hamilton blasts away wNto Inflating his baHoon before launch.

(FAA). He s t a r t e d a pilot service as a m e a n s of d e f r a y i n g expenses, he said.UGH The sport has provided challenge and plenty of interesting anecdotes. Most of the ballooning t a k e s place at sunrise or sunset, when the a i r is c a l m , said Hamilton. The p a r t n e r s p r e f e r flying in the Walled Lake-Wixon a r e a , which has plenty of open a r e a s and is f a r f r o m the Metropolitan Airport flight p a t t e r n . The balloons a r e filled with a i r heated by p r o p a n e gas and reach six or seven stories in height when inflated, r They c a n be d e f l a t e d in 15 m i n u t e s and stored in a garage, said Hamilton. Hamilton has landed his balloon in corn fields, on the sides of e x p r e s s w a y s (but never on the roadway) and deep in the . woods of northern Michigan. • He has landed at C a m p D e a r b o r n , at 12 Oaks mall in Novi and in n u m e r o u s backyards. Once he ended up on a pontoon boat in Walled Lake. The delighted b o a t e r exclaimed, 'Come on down and h a v e a beer,'" said Hamilton, with a laugh. A few weeks ago, Hamilton provided t h r e e balloons for a wedding c e r e m o n y 500-1,000 feet above ground. Divided a m o n g the balloons w e r e the bride and groom, a t t e n d a n t s and photographer. "It w a s really b i z a r r e , " recalls Hamilton. Coming up July 10-12 is a hot a i r bal-

loon festival in Plymouth, sponsored by the Mayflower Hotel. P A S S E N G E R S stand in a wicker basket w h l t h r e s e m b l e s a large E a s t e r basket, said Hamilton. They pay $80 per person or $150 for two, and the ride lasts an hour-and-a-half. Gauges in the balloon indicate wind directions. "When you're in a balloon, t h e r e is no sensation of height — no sensation of falling," said Hamilton. "It's very c a l m — p e a c e f u l , " said Hamilton. "I c a n ' t think of anything to describe it other than doing it." THINKING ABOUT taking up ballooning? The c u r r e n t price r a n g e for balloons is $7,995 to $15,000, said Hamilton. Buyers generally have to pay half in advance, and the r e m a i n d e r m u s t be paid before the order is completed. Buyers m a y design their own colorful balloons, said Hamilton. It generally t a k e s t h r e ^ t o six months to prpcess an order. The most i m p o r t a n t things to r e m e m b e r a r e s a f e t y and good public relations, said Hamilton. Balloonists should ask permission b e f o r e landing somebody's property because an unauthorized landing can " really causes a commotion."

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Police arrest pair in thefts

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Canton police a r e linking five m e n and t e e n - a g e r s to n u m e r o u s r e c e n t larcenies of bicycles, snow blowers and vans. T w o of the alleged thieves, an 18year-old Taylor m a n and a 16-year-old Westland youth, a l r e a d y have been arrested. " T h e r e w e r e n u m e r o u s larcenies," Canton officer John M a c D i a r m i d said "We're still investigating. More a r r e s t s are expected."

islature but still needs Gov. William Milliken's s i g n a t u r e to b e c o m e law. The law e l i m i n a t e s $5 million in subsidies to the Detroit Water and S e w e r a g e D e p a r t m e n t . The Detroit d e p a r t m e n t now subsidizes w a t e r r a t e s to Detroit residents as well as residents of s e v e r a l oltier c o m m u n i ties t h a t use Detroit w a t e r . Canton will look a t the i n c r e a s e when it receives notification and then decide how much, if any, of the r a t e increase could be absorbed, said Township Clerk John Flodin. "It has been our position to e x a m ine what is needed and how much is necessary to hand on," he said.

Water r a t e s would go up about two cents per 1,000 gallons next y e a r if Canton passes along an inc r e a s e required by a recently passed s t a t e law Canton residents now pay 87 c e n t s per 1,000 gallons. The increase is based on the cost of w a t e r supplied by the Detroit Wat e r and S e w e r a g e D e p a r t m e n t . Canton adds its own c h a r g e s on to the cost of Detroit w a t e r to pay for local services. The increase is due April 1 of next y e a r , according to the law that has passed both houses of the s t a t e Leg-

Canton police said t h r e e adults and two juveniles drove around Canton and neighboring c o m m u n i t i e s in a stolen van to steal the bicycles and o t h e r items. Vernon LeRoy Colvin, 18, of Marvin in Taylor, f a c e s a p r e l i m i n a r y e x a m i nation on J u l y 2 in 35th District Court on a c h a r g e of c a r theft. He stood m u t e at his a r r a i g n m e n t on J u n e 25 b e f o r e District J u d g e J a m e s G a r b e r . The court entered a plea of in-

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CHESSIE O F F I C I A L S c l a i m t h a t they notify police a s soon a s a t r a i n m a l f u n c t i o n s or is f o r c e d to hold up t r a f f i c for m o r e than the f i v e - m i n u t e limit set by law. B e r r y disagrees. "The people h a v e c a u s e to complain," he said. "This town has a r e a l p r o b l e m with t r a i n s . " In fact, B e r r y himself had a complaint. He w a s held up recently for 37 m i n u t e s by a t r a i n a t the E c k l e s Road crossing and the r a i l r o a d delayed in notifying police. Chessie p a t r o l m a n L a r r y Adkinson got a n g r y when he talked about c a r s sneaking around closed gates. Those c a r s a r e often just a f e w f e e t f r o m the engine and the d r i v e r s don't realize the danger, Adkinson said. An engineer has to m a k e life and death decisions and it's s c a r y to ride in the en-

Bloodmobile coming soon A Red Cross bloodmobile will be in this a r e a three t i m e s next month. Anyone 17-65 y e a r s old in good health m a y donate a pint of blood One stop will be 10 a m to 4 p.m. Sunday, July 5, at the Livonia Donor Center, Belle Creek O f f i c e Plaza. The c e n t e r is at 29692 W Six Mile in Livonia. For an a p p o i n t m e n t , call 422-2820

The s a m e day, a bloodmobile will be at St. P a u l L u t h e r a n Church, 201 E l m in Northville, f r o m 9 a.m. t o 3 p.m. F o r an a p p o i n t m e n t , call 349-3140. • On Wednesday, J u l y 15, a bloodmobile will be a t Ward P r e s b y t e r i a n Church, 17000 F a r m i n g t o n Road in Livonia, 3-9 p.m. F o r an a p p o i n t m e n t , call 422-1150 during blood drive hours.

gine and to see all the a c c i d e n t s waiting to happen, he added. P e o p l e t a k e these risks for two m a i n reasons, a c c o r A i g to psychologist Bob Tolles of Associated Counseling Services on West Ann Arbor Trail. " P e o p l e who live in a city with a lot of r a i l r o a d crossings get used to ' f a l s e a l a r m s . ' They get i m p a t i e n t and go around the g a t e s , " Tolles said. " A M E R I C A N S A R E very i m p a t i e n t people c o m p a r e d to other cultures. Everything is g e a r e d to be f a s t . They don't like to spend t i m e in one p l a c e and so they rocket a r o u n d . " If a person's j u d g m e n t is i m p a i r e d by d r u g s or lack of attention, he m a y just drive right into the train, Tolles added. "As long as you leave an opening, t h e r e will be an opportunity for people to drive around the g a t e s and they'll t a k e a d v a n t a g e of t h a t opening," said Tolles. Tolles wondered if b a r r i e r s t h a t people c a n ' t get around had been considered by the railroads.

When asked a b o u t Tolles' suggestion, Chessie engineer G e o r g e Davis said t h a t he didn't know of such a device, although he had h e a r d about an appar a t u s t h a t c a m e up f r o m the road and blocked t r a f f i c . But did not think it was presently in use. A solid wall or g a t e blocking all lanes would be expensive to o p e r a t e and m a i n t a i n . It would raise financial, m e c h a n i c a l and s t o r a g e questions, Davis said. If b a r r i e r s closed the e n t i r e crossing, t h e r e might also be s a f e t y problems, said G e o r g e Athens, Chessie's superintendent of operations. Many people now run through barrie r s but a r e n ' t injured because the g a t e s a r e m a d e of wood, Athens said. But if the b a r r i e r s w e r e m a d e of steel, people might be seriously injured just by r a m ming the gates. " P e o p l e could also conceivably be t r a p p e d between the b a r r i e r s , " he added. IN T H E LAST few years, the Chessie system has b e c o m e increasingly sensi-

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County l a w y e r s a r e expected to present a legal blueprint for r e m o v i n g Sheriff William L u c a s f r o m o f f i c e to the Wayne County Board of Commi® sioners Thursday. A commission s u b c o m m i t t e e also voted last week to seek a c o u r t o r d e r forcing L u c a s to buy a $500,000 perf o r m a n c e bond. The c o m m i s s i o n e r s voted t o f o r c e L u c a s to buy the bond

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Gov. William Milliken's r e c e n t exec utive directive and s t a t e Sen. Donald Bishop's long-stalled proposed bills would give g r e a t e r local control of c o m m u n i t y - p l a c e m e n t p r o g r a m s for adult foster c a r e .

V Lucas' l e t t e r outlining the plan to spend $2.8 million in o v e r t i m e paym e n t s included a s e n t e n c e promising t h a t the a m o u n t would be reduced "if the c u r r e n t situation should b e resolved in a timely fashion." O v e r t i m e p a y m e n t s in the s h e r i f f ' s d e p a r t m e n t a v e r a g e a b o u t $100,000 a week, Bobowski said. A suit o v e r Lucas' f a i l u r e t o follow board o r d e r s on the r o a d p a t r o l l a y o f f s begins Tuesday b e f o r e a Hillsdale County judge. " H E ' S S P E N T money, stole it f r o m

ations on t h e $6,000 p a y m e n t , however, t h a t L u c a s is seeking a n o t h e r $2.8 million in o v e r t i m e authorizations f o r the r e m a i n d e r of the y e a r . F i s c a l advisor E d w a r d Bobowski told the board L u c a s h a s a l r e a d y c h a r g e d s o m e $254,000 in unauthorized o v e r t i m e . Bobowski said m o s t of it s t e m s f r o m 12-hour s h i f t s for deputies guarding Wayne County J a i l i n m a t e s , and the jail o v e r t i m e w a s caused by Lycas' f a i l u r e t o shut down the d e p a r t m e n t ' s road p a t r o l and reassign s o m e 250 deputies to g u a r d the jail.

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SC approves 'status quo' budget S c h o o l c r a f t College t r u s t e e s Wednesday g a v e u n a n i m o u s a p p r o v a l to a $15.6 million, " s t a t u s quo" 1981-82 t^udget. Included in the budget a r e elimination of 3Mi teaching positions and 2Vz non-teaching posts. The final budget r e s t o r e s regional and national t r a v e l for a t h l e t i c t e a m s involved in t o u r n a m e n t s , but still eliminates tennis as a college sport. Kenneth Lindner, vice-president for business a f f a i r s , said the budget as approved is b e t t e r than it w a s projected a month ago

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Lindner said. College officials f e a r e d p a s s a g e of the proposal, which would h a v e m a d e the school m o r e dependent on the s t a t e for money, would h a v e resulted in reductions in revenue. The budget p r o j e c t s r e v e n u e for the c o m i n g school y e a r a t $15.2 million, up f r o m last y e a r ' s $13.9 million. The m o n e y goes m a i n l y — about 80 p e r c e n t — to s a l a r i e s of f a c u l t y and s t a f f , and Lindner said the f i g u r e m a y rise following new labor c o n t r a c t s . T H E R E V E N U E c o m e s mainly f r o m t h r e e sources — about $6.1 million in local p r o p e r t y taxes, about $3.7 million in student tuition and fees, and about $5 million in s t a t e aid. In p e r c e n t a g e t e r m s , t a x e s will provide 40 percent of budget, tuition and fees 24 percent and s t a t e aid 32 percent. Lindner emphasized the budget had passed through s e v e r a l internal re-

views b e f o r e c o m i n g to the trustees-for approval. " I t might not be a p e r f e c t budget in s o m e eyes, but I will g u a r a n t e e i t represents a t r u e c o m p r o m i s e o r m a n y people's feelings," Lindner said. " P r i m a r i l y , this is a s t a t u s quo budget." THE BUDGET provides nearly $20,000 for r e c r u i t i n g and screening t o seek a r e p l a c e m e n t for outgoing P r e s i dent C. Nelson Grote, a $150,000 res e r v e fund in anticipation of a cut in s t a t e aid by Gov. William Milliken, $38,000 for parking lot i m p r o v e m e n t s and $24,000 for new c o m p u t e r programs. A possible flaw in the budget, Lindner said, is inadequate provisions for increased utility bills. The college buys n a t u r a l gas f r o m C o n s u m e r s Powe r Co., which recently announced huge price increases resulting f r o m its deal to buy Algerian n a t u r a l gas.

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Speakers include John Hoyt, president of the H u m a n e Society of the United States, and Kathleen Save sky, director of the National Association for the Advancement of H u m a n e Education. The course is designed for teachers, parents, grade-school students and anyone interested in a n i m a l welfare. The price is $25 for the two-day

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Out of step, out of time UCY IS 3.5 million years old and something of an anachronism to the J world's paleoanthropologists. Her discoverer, Dr. Donald Johanson, believes she is one of man's ancestors — an Australopithecus afarensis fossil, the oldest and most primitive hominid fossil yet discovered. • Lucy isn't a human — even a dead one. Johanson believes she's a step on the evolutionary scale. Those who argue with Johanson over his placing of Lucy on that evolutionary ladder find Lucy to be an anachronism — something out of place in time. Typically, one hears about anachronisms in junior high, to explain Shakespeare referring to the striking of a clock in "Julius Caesar," which takes place in the first century B.C. before clocks struck. In junior high, however, it's difficult to relate to anachronisms. Typically, adolescents make it a point not to call attention to themselves by deviating from the norm. We wore pleated skirts and knee socks in the 1950s and early '60s because girls were forbidden to wear pants to school, just as blue jeans were forbidden for everyone. DINOSAURS weren't walking the earth when schools had these rules. We had already entered the Age of Sputnik when it came to education, but no one questioned the wisdom of keeping young persons in strictly segregated sexual roles. As my cheerleading sister now regrets, girls were expected to raise spirits, along with eyebrows, in short skirts. The closest we came to girls' sports was the Girls Athletic Association, a loosely organized group in which girls played games after school but didn't compete with other teams. Competition definitely was not encouraged for young women. Neither were careers, unless you planned to become a nurse, teacher, secretary — something to "fall back on" if your husband died on you. Certainly men were not encouraged to learn to cook, draw or paint. Tennis was a sissy sport in the early 1960s. Our high school even debated whether tennis players could earn varsity letters. We didn't exactly understand anachronisms, yet we certainly began to push for some change. Civil rights, the women's movement, Students for a Democratic Society — they were all signs of people who felt out of step and didn't mind being iconclasts ready to break some images. SO WHY WOULD some of us feel more out of step now when women may wear pants to work, as well as school, tennis is a big-money sport for both sexes and men flock to cooking schools? It has something to do with pro-lifers, the Moral Majority, creationism, real estate and tax shelters, today's topics of conversation. It has to do with turning back the clock. Reactionaries want women to return to "traditional" roles, presumably cooking, baby-caring, etc. Creationists want the biblical theory of man's beginnings to be taught in public schools. I don't see much hope for those kinds of conservative proposals, but not because there's a force out there willing to go to bat for women's rights or science. It's just that everyone is a whole lot more concerned with the price of real estate and how to safeguard their money than anything else. It's easy to feel that you missed a beat somewhere. Without a handle on creative financing, forget buying a house. T^ose who don't know the going rate for money market certificates are apt to feel highly out of place at a party. Those who prefer to consider how a Reagan-appointed Supreme Court justice will affect future decisions of the court are the new minority, an anachronism in the monied world of the '80s. Like Lucy, we're out of step on a new scale and unwilling to learn the new ruletf for survival. And there's no Shakespeare around to include us in the cast, even as a supporting player. 41 What we built simply may be too fragile c to survive the brave new world.

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Mike Scanlon border. I decided to give Grafe and Franz a lift, after first making diligent inquiries as to the nature of any contraband material they might have designs on bringing with them. "I'm only going to Windsor," I said as I pulled to a stop. "Is that in Canada?" said Franz. Heh-heh, said I to myself. Turns out they were from Indianapolis. * Making a long story short, this 14th trip I got a chance to break my streak of having my car pulled apart by U.S. customs. This time I passed U.S. customs but Canadian customs asked, where were you born? And Grafe said Germany, and customs whipped out a pinkslip faster than you can believe. We were referred to immigration, where a fellow named Ray Barnais disappeared into a back hallway With Franz and Grafe, and when he returned, a very long time later, it was to tell me: "They're not admissible to Canada and, since you brought them here, you're legally obliged to bring them back." Why aren't they admissible, I meekly inquired. "That's none of your concern, ey?" So Barnais, mj^elf and a stern-faced customs woman all stood and watched Franz and Grafe pull their belongings off the floor of my trunk and stuff them back in their duffle bags. Barnais handed them a form, saying they were "Allowed to Leave Canada" because of Paragraph 20 (1) (b). What does that mean, Mr. Barnais? "That's none of your concern, ey?" SO BARNAIS and the stern-faced woman stood

and watched until they had satisfied themselves that, indeed, I was taking Franz and Grafe back to the U.S. and not making a desperate bid for political asylum. We got to the other side, where I handed the form "Allowed to Leave Canada" t o the officer. "These guys were hitchiking and they don't want to let them into Canada." I told him, thinking the unpleasantness was just about over. "Uh-oh," said the U.S. customs agent in an extremely unpleasant, phony, Spanish accent. "You have got double-trouble." So Franz, Grafe and I watched them spill their goods out onto the trunk of my car. Then we got led inside, where we had to clear immigration. "Do you know you could have been charged with smuggling illegal aliens if they turned out like that?" a customs officer said to me. "But I picked them up in the U.S.," I protested "It doesn't matter," he replied. Then we had to clear customs, where a guy took our driver's licenses and started feeding them into a computer. "Nice day, isn't it?" I remarked, venting my irony on a customs officer who could have been less responsive only if he was stuffed. "What're you hooked into off that terminal 9 " I asked. I could hear sawdust settling in place of a reply. FINALLY THEY turned us all loose I drove Franz and Grafe out onto Jefferson and let them off. I got back on the bridge and drove to Canada A grim-faced customs woman cleared me in about 12 seconds. An hour or so later, I came back to the U.S., and the same phony, Spanish-accented customs guy gave me the same phony accent and cleared me in 11 seconds. And the closest I expect to get to Canada again for a very long time is Channel 9 in my living room

Cutting through the used car jungle If I answer the phone as "Mr. Chevette" or "Mr. Omni," please forgive me. I've been cutting my way through the used car jungle in the past few months and sometimes I get the impression that the concept of free market enterprise is working against me. Maybe, it just the auto companies' strategy to . force me to buy a new car instead of a used one. In the past few months, I have taking volumes of notes on late model compact cars, buying for the first time copies of Car and Driver magazine, and pouring over Consumer Guide books which rate new and used economy cars. I'm not sure if my decision will have an impact on the current auto industry recession. But it's been an education for someone whose last three car purchases have been in the used car market. The reason for refusing to fall into the new car market in the past 11 years have been obvious. Prices of new cars have gone up substantially — along with the prices of everything else. But at least gasoline prices dropped earlier this spring when Americans drove less and/or bought smaller and more fuel-efficient cars. But new car prices have continued to go up regardless of how the market is operating. FOR EXAMPLE, foreign cars are selling like they are going out of style. But those prices haven't increased as much as American auto companies which have laid off hundreds of thousands of blue collar and white collar employees.. If the free market system worked in the auto industry, foteign car prices should increase even faster then they have while American models should drop, or at least stay the same. The problem is that American car companies aren't in a true free market atmosphere. They operate in a controlled economy — but that's another story. I first bought a used car just over five years ago

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when I needed a station wagon to take a vacation trip to Boston for the bicentennial. There was never any consideration of buying a used car until a friend mentioned that he always buys used cars for the traditional reason — it's cheaper. My first venture into the used car jungle was a three-year old Ford LTD 10-passenger with most of the extras and low mileage. I paid $3,000 which I felt was about right. IN THE PAST FEW montis, I gained a valuable education on how gasoline prices have affected used car prices. In comparing my initial station wagon purchase, I checked the Observer auto wants ads recently to see what I could get for $3,000, the price I paid for the station wagon. If you look hard, you could get a three-year-old Mercury Bobcat three-door hatchback with no options other than a radio. One used car, a 1978 Plymouth Horizon, was naked except for a radio, but was selling for more than a full-sized Dodge with all the bells and whistles, including the fancy upholstery. But it's obvious that there is no big rush by people to buy a car which gets 10 to 12 miles per gallon. ANOTHER PART O F my education in "Auto Economics 201" is that the prices of some 1978 fuel-efficient compacts are just a few hundred dollars less than what they sold for as new machines.



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tine Bono, Kristin Bouman, S a r a Bowe, K a t h r y n Brosnan, Rick B r e d a , D e v o r a C a m e , Lynda Casler, Lori C h a k r a b a r t y , E d w a r d Chevillot, Susan Clark, P a t r i c k Collines, C h a r l o t t e Cotter, Mark Culotta, J o l e n e C u r r e r i , K i m b e r l y Degrazia, Susan Dobel, M a u r e e n Dodes, P a t r i c k Donnelly, K a r i e Dorsten, Toni Dragelis, Brian Elliott, E d w a r d E n g l e h a r t , . G r e g o r y Etienne, P a u l a F a r m e r . William Folks, Mark Funk, J u l i e Galvan, Mark Gannon, Cheryl Giuliani, J o y Gornick, L a u r a Greenshields, Dawn Gresock, Kathleen Griffith, John Grotz, Kenneth Guinn, William Gutherie, Susan H a m e l , Bill H a m m o n s , Lynne H a t h a w a y , Nancy Haut, John Heid, Eileen Hess, Anita Horen^ P a u l Horton, Diane Hudson, Sharon Huyck, William Ickes, Mark Ivon, Aleda J e n n e r , P a u l a Keck, Lisa Killingbeck, Kim Sung, J a m e s Kindree, Mark Kitz, J a e m s Klaes.

Also, Sung P a r k , Hsiao Peng, Sharon Persico, Joni Quenneville, Ross Rhinehart, Kevin Santer, K u r t Schubert, J e f f r e y Scott, K a r y Seelhoff, Cindy Stebbins, Victoria Sterling, G a r y Tsiang, John Uekert, Keven U r b a n , Richard Wooley, Elizabeth Wortz and Denise Zonca.

Douglas Kleinsmith, William Kolb, Kevin Kotcher, E d w a r d Kralik, Bernadett K r o c h m a l , Alan Kurczynski, Robe r t Laird, Scott Lidak, Sean Long, David Lucas, Otto L u t t m a n n , H e a t h e r Mac l n t y r e , T e r r i Martin, Brian McAninch, Constance McCrea, Paul McKinstry, Alan McMahon, K i m b e r l y Mendenhall, Kevin Merrill, M a r y Mester, Michael Miller, Alona Mitchell, P a m e l a Morrison, Marcia Nelles, Bill Newland, Cheryl Nowak, P a t r i c i a P a i r , Diane P a l i w o d a , Sung P a r k , John P e n d e r s , Hsiao Peng, Sharon Persico, Nancy Pierce.

R E C I P I E N T S O F the Michigan Competitive Scholarship C e r t i f i c a t e include: Debra L Aldredge, Michael Asquini, J a m e s Bahr, Rachelle Baltes, Deborah B a r b e r , Andrea Bell, J a m e s Bielak, Kurt Bobcean, Ann B o m m a r i t o , Chris-

Also, Andrew P r ic e , Joni Quenneville, Shawn R a f f e r t y , Theodore Rais, Kevin Redington, Marcie Reynolds, Ross R h i n e h a r t , Kris Richards, Gina Ropperti, Marilyn R y a n , Kevin Santer, Dawn Schafer, Steven Schafer, K u r t Schubert, J e f f r e y Scott, K a r y Seelhoff, Lori Shannon, J a n e Shephard, M a r y Sieracki, David Smiatacz, Timothy Smith, Keith Sobczak, N o r m a n Sobieraiski, Cheryl Sobkow, Victoria Sterling, Kristin Stone, J e f f r e y Stopa, Steven Szilagyi, David T h o m p s o n , R o g e r Travis, J e f f r e y T r i m , Philip Tschir h a r t , G a r y Tsiang. John Uekert, Kevin U r b a n , Lynn VanArk, S a r a h Vance, Tony Vanderhyde, Michelle Wegienek, Lorin Whittaker, Linda Wochna, K u r t Woody, R i c h a r d Wooley, Elizabeth Wortz, Lisa Wroble and Susan Ying. T H E H O N O R K E Y S winners were: Art, Susan Hebert; Outstanding Athlete, David Skone and Cheryl Sobkow; Scholastic Athlete, G a r y W o r k m a n and Cheryl Sobkow; Office Co-Op, Lisa P a l isel; T&I Co-Op, Albert Wehrheim; Business E d . / O f f i c e Ed., J e a n n e Yoe; Humanities, P a t r i c k Collins; Departmental, Stanley Jenkins; Forensics, Cheryl Nowak, Kelly Hubert and Ross Rhinehart; WSDP, Ross Rhinehart;

The English d e p a r t m e n t g a v e the following d r a m a a w a r d s : P e r f o r m a n c e , P a t r i c k Collins; Service technician, C h a r l o t t e Cotter and Michael H a m monds. Foreign l a n g u a g e a w a r d s for Germ a n , J a c q u e l i n e Clemente; Spanish, Alan K u r c z y n sk i ; F r e n c h , C h e r y l Nowak and Joni Quenneville; Latin, Christine Bono. A r c h i t e c t u r a l graphics, Keith Sobczak; Engineering drawing, Anna Chiatalas; G r a p h i c a r t s , R o b e r t Schaw. M a t h e m a t i c s , Mark Culotta; Music; O r c h e s t r a , Susan Clark, Vocal, M a r y Ellen Wessels. Physical education, Cheryl Sobkow, Michael Sharp, Stephen Szilagyi, David Lucas and Kevin Kotcher. Science, Anita Horen; Physical science. Mark Culotta; Biological science, J o y Gornick; Skills for living; Clothing and Textiles, Lisa Peck and K a r e n Stahley; Child c a r e , J a n e Shephard; Social studies, Kenneth Nielsen; DAR history, Douglas Kleinsmith; History, J e f f r e y T r i m . Student council, Leadership; Sharon Persico, R e n e Slavin, Joni Quenneville, Nancy Haut, Susan Dobel, Julie Bodell, Cindy Stebbins, Linda Cole. W I N N E R S O F scholarships and other a w a r d s include: R a c h e l l e Baltes, Calvin College

Award; J e f f Michaelek, Central Michigan University Recognition of Excellence; Daine Paliwoda, E a s t e r n Michigan University Recognition of Excellence; Sung P a r k , Detroit Society of Women E n g i n e e r s Award; Hsiao Peng, U-M Regents-Alumni Scholarship; Joni Quenneville, Albion College Webster Merit Scholarship; Hfevin Santer, National Society of P r o f e s s i o n a l Engineers, Educational Foundational Scholarship, Washington University Engineering Merit Fellowship, Washington University Scholarship, C e r t i f i c a t e of Merit - National Merit Scholarship Finalist, Washington University National Merit Scholarship;

f r e s h m a n scholarship; Christine Bono, U-M Regents-Alumni scholarship, W.R. Hotchkiss Foundation scholarship; Renee Braun, Hillsdale College scholarship, Athletic Assistance a w a r d , Tennis scholarship; Nicole Cheek, E a s t e r n Michigan University Recognition of Excellence; P a t r i c k Collins, Fi r e st o n e Scholarship; Mark Culotta, C e r t i f i c a t e of Merit National Merit Scholarship Finalist, Michigan Math Prize Competition - Finalist; J o l e n e C u r r e r i , Detroit Society of Women E n g i n e e r s Award; Linda Guilds, U-M Regents-Alumni Scholarship, Michigan State University Award of Academic Excellence, Central Michigan University T r u s t e e Honor Award; Anita Horen, National Merit L e t t e r of Commendation, U-M Regents-Alumni Scholarship; Paul Horton, West Point Appointment; Kelly Hubert, Plymouth Elks Scholarship second place, Soroptomist Youth Citizenship Award, Alternate National Honor Society A l t e r n a t e Scholarship; B e r n a d e t t Krochmal, E a s t e r n Michigan University Recognition of Excellences T e r r i Martin, U-M RegentsAlumni Scholarship, Detroit Society of Women E n g i n e e r s Award; P a u l McKinstry, U-M Regents-Alumni Scholarship; M a r y Mester, M a r y g r o v e Scholar

K a r y Seelhoff, Central Michigan University Academic Scholarship; Keith Sobczak, University of Michigan G r a n t , Northern Michigan University G r a n t , Cindy Stebbins, U-M Regents-Alumni Scholarship; Victoria Sterling, Trinity University Presidents Scholarship; G a r y Tsiang, National Merit Scholarship Finalist, U-M Regents-Alumni Scholarship, Michigan Math P r i z e Competition Finalist; Kevin U r b a n , Elks Scholarship first place boys; Richard Wooley, Regents-Alumni Scholarship; Elizabeth Wortz, U-M RegentsAlumni Scholarship; Denise Zonca, Alma College P r e s i d e n t i a l Scholarship

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BUTTERMILK MARINATED KABOBS Yield: 8 kabobs MARINADE: 2 tablespoonsjirmly packed brown sugar 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 1 1 / 2 teaspoons salt 2 cups buttermilk KABOBS: 2 1 / 2 pounds armbone pot roast, approx. 1 1 / 2 inches thick Small yellow onions Green pepper squares, approx. 1 1 / 2 inches Firm cherry tomatoes Large fresh mushrooms Place meat in freezer until partially frozen, about 2 hours. Remove from freezer 4nd immediately cut crosswise into 1/2-inch thick strips; set aside. For marinade, combine brown sugar,, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce and salt in a shallow dish. Stir in buttermilk. Add meat; cover and marinate in refrigerator 24 hours. For kabobs, parboil onions in boiling water to cover 6 to 8 minutes; rinse in cold water and drain. Parboil green pepper squares in boiling water to cover 1 to 2 minutes; rinse with cold Water and drain. To assemble kabob, loop pieces of meat on skewer, placing vegetable between meat loops. Brush kabobs with marinade. Grill over hot coals* until meat reaches desired degree of don£n£tt, turning every 5 minutes and brushing with murina^e. Allow approximately 15 minutes for me<3jiujn-done meat.** •Follow manufacturers' recommendations for placement of coals. **Kabobs may also be cooked in the broiler. Broil 4 to 6 inches from source of heat for approximately 12 to 14 minutes, turning half way through cooking time and brushing with mar-

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Preheat oven to 325°F. For brownie crust, cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Add egg yolks; mix well. Stir in chocolate and vanilla. Blend in flour and salt Beat egg whites until soft peaks form; fold into chocolate mixture. Spread batter in a buttered 9-inch pie plate. Bake 30 to 35 minutes or until a wooden pick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool completely. Spread ice cream in "well" of crust Return to freezer 2 to 3 hours or until firm. Just before serving, combine whipping cream, sugar and extracts; whip until stiff. Fold in almonds. Spread over ice cream. Serve immediately.

STRAWBERRY-LIME SHAKE Yield: approx. 6 cups 1 pint lime sherbet, softened 3 cups cold milk 1 can (6 oz.) frozen limeade 1 pint lime sherbet concentrate, thawed Whole strawberries, if desired 1 c u p mashed strawberries Place 1 pint lime sherbet and concentrate in blender container; cover. Blend until smooth. Add strawberries; blend until combined. Gradually blend in milk. Pour into tall chilled glasses; top each with a small scoop of lime sherbet, and a whole strawberry. Serve immediately.

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Glorious season of fresh vegetables is here This is a glorious season for vegetarians. With all the fresh produce available, it is a p e r f e c t t i m e to break out of the protein-centered p a t t e r n of m e a l planning Even when m e a t is e l i m i n a t e d f r o m the diet, the tendency r e m a i n s to focus on the obvious protein source (eggs, cheese, and dried beans for a vegetarian) and to view fresh vegetables as a p p e n d a g e s to the m e a l , tacked on because they a r e good for you and help fill up both your plate and stomach. This second-class citizen role m e a n s that vegetables a p p e a r in only two guises: cooked frozen vegetables (even when f r e s h a r e available) and tossed salad (too often iceberg lettuce). Since most of us c o n s u m e m o r e ptotein than we need, we can a f f o r d an occasional meal in which protein t a k e s a back seat and the vegetables shine. I enjoyed a meal like this recently based on the inspiration of a new (1980) cookbook entitled "A Passion For Vegetables: Recipes f r o m E u r o p e a n Kitchens" by Vera G e w a n t e r .

doned on dinner plates. The filling of the t a r t was not the rich c r e a m and egg c u s t a r d found in quiches. It was, m 6 r e simply, a thick layer of spinach topped with c r e a m e d mushrooms. A s m a l l a m o u n t of Swiss cheese was sprinkled over the top and the pie baked briefly a t a high temp e r a t u r e to m e l t the cheesfe. T H E AMOUNT of spinach called for in this recipe is r a t h e r substantial — two pounds. I used " b u l k " spinach for this a m o u n t , which m e a n t that, a f t e r the s t e m s w e r e discarded, it would probably be closer to half of t h a t weight. If you a r e using the pret r i m m e d spinach packed in cellophane bags, then, you might w a n t to allow only about one pound. "Cooking" the spinach is as much a m a t t e r of reducing the bulk of the spinach so t h a t it fits in a pie c r u s t as of cooking it. In o r d e r to do this, wash the spinach thoroughly, since dirt tends to cling tenaciously in its folds. The best method for this is to s u b m e r g e the t r i m m e d spinach in a sink full of cool w a t e r . Drain the dirty w a t e r and r e p e a t until the w a t e r r e m a i n s c l e a r .

T H E FIRST course was green pepper stuffed with a chewy m i x t u r e of shredded c a r r o t and chopped onion bound with a h o m e m a d e , chunky tomato sauce Served cold or at room temp e r a t u r e , this could be m a d e e a r l y in the day and m a k e s an unusual, tasty introduction to the rest of the m e a l . To the extent that anything could be t e r m e d a "main course," in this dinner, it would be the v e g e t a b l e t a r t . Even the crust of this t a r t was special. Cottage cheese replaced w a t e r in the b u t t e r y crust (actually 1 replaced butter with corn oil m a r g a r i n e in the interest of cholesterol-reduction.) The c o t t a g e cheese gave the c r u s t a nice tang to c o m p e n s a t e for the loss of butter flavor 1 rolled the pie-crust t r i m m i n g s into c r a c k e r s which w e r e e a g e r l y devoured along with the pie — a s h a r p c o n t r a s t to the usual p a t t e r n of the rim of the pie crust being aban-

P l a c e the spinach in a large, covered pot with only the w a t e r clinging to its leaves and cook over medium-high heat until it wilts. P l a c e the cooked spinach in a fine-mesh s t r a i n e r and squeeze out any excess liquid, pressing f i r m l y with the back of a spoon. THIS IS T H E P E R F E C T t i m e of y e a r to be lavish with spinach. Until the very hot w e a t h e r a r r i v e s , it is in a b u n d a n t supply. Also in good supply a r e the waxy, tiny new potatoes. Unlike the m a t u r e , mealy, baking potatoes, they a r e so moist and tasty t h a t they can be enjoyed without the addition of b u t t e r or sour c r e a m . Simply s t e a m a few and s e r v e along-side the spinach t a r t e . I rounded out this m e a l with a salad of red-tipped lettuce, a v o c a d o and gra-

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p e f r u i t sprinkled with sunflower seeds dressed with v i n a i g r e t t e m a d e s h a r p with Dijon m u s t a r d . The e f f e c t was a nutritious, filling meal. It w a s a celebration of the textures, cplors, shapes, and f l a v o r s of spring vegetables.

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Cut off the pepper tops and r e m o v e seeds and m e m b r a n e s without disturbing the walls of the pepper. F o r the stuffing, heat the oil in a skillet, and cook the m u s t a r d seeds just until heated. Add and s a u t e the onion, carrots, and celery. When done but still a bit chewy, add the t o m a t o sauce, salt, and pepper and r e m o v e f r o m heat. Stir in the sour c r e a m .

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Stuff the peppers with the m i x t u r e , then stand t h e m in a saucepan. P o u r the w a t e r into the bottom of the pan, cover, and s i m m e r for about 20 minutes, or until cooked. (A little m o r e hot w a t e r might be needed a f t e r about 15 minutes.) Allow to cool, and s e r v e at room temperature. (Note: I reduced the a m o u n t of oil called for in this recipe to 2 tablespoons and w a s still very happy with the results.)

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Total cooking t i m e is about 30 minutes, and generally a t o m a t o sauce should not be cooked any longer, it m a y b e c o m e bitter. The density depends on individual t a s t e — I p r e f e r it r a t h e r while others like it b e t t e r if it is on the thin side.

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MACADAMIA-LEMON CHICKEN WINGS (•boot 20 pieces) 2 lb. chicken wings % cup water •A cup lemdn juice 1 tsp. salt, divided ^4 tsp. ground ginger l^i cups fresh bread crumbs 1 cup chopped macadamia nuts 2 eggs, lightly beaten x k cup butter or margarine Remove and discard tip portion from each wing Cut each wing in half at joint; prick with fork tines and set aside. Combine water, lemon juice, teaspoon of the salt and ginger. Add chicken pieces. Cover and

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view Ellie Graham STUDENTS IN the d r a m a d e p a r t m e n t a t the Centennial E d u c a t i o n a l P a r k h a v e a lot to think about this s u m m e r . T h e r e is s o m e good news mixed with their concerns. F i r s t of all, they w e r e delighted (and proud) to h e a r t h a t Gloria Logan, d r a m a coach at the park, will join a professional t h e a t e r c o m p a n y a t Saugatuck. She has the role of Golda in the Bed Barn T h e a t e r ' s production of " F i d d l e r on the Roof " And they wehe excited about Linda Dwyer, one of their a l u m n i , getting a p a r t in "Do Black P a t e n t L e a t h e r Shoes Really R e f l e c t U p ? " at the B i r m i n g h a m T h e a t e r . A group of the young t h e s p i a n s and their p a r e n t s went o v e r to B i r m i n g h a m on Sunday night to see the show. Now for their worries. The d r a m a d e p a r t m e n t had its budget cut along with all the o t h e r d e p a r t m e n t s in the school district. They have lost Bob Sigmon, a n o t h e r of their a l u m n i in the money c r u n c h . Bob was the m a s t e r c a r p e n t e r and an invaluable aid in their t w o annual all-school productions. T h e s t u d e n t s don't know how they and Gloria Logan can get along without him.

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The young thespians also don't know the s t a t u s of Carl Battishill, who a l w a y s conducted the pit o r c h e s t r a . Battishill has been assigned to Lowell Middle School. He w a s a s s i s t a n t d i r e c t o r of b a n d s a t the park. With the new set-up, the d r a m a s t u d e n t s m a y h a v e lost him. But they a r e not just sitting on their hands and moaning about it, they a r e doing s o m e t h i n g about it. Tbe s t u d e n t s a r e going to t r y to raise enough m o n e y to fill in the gap. One of them, Cletus K a r a m o n , works at G r e a t Scott on Ann Arbor Road a t Sheldon. K a r a m o n found a s y m p a t h e t i c e a r in the person of Ed C h u r c h m a n , the G r e a t Scott's m a n a g e r . With the cooperation of the store, the d r a m a students a r e going to set up shop this T h u r s d a y , F r i d a y and S a t u r d a y . They will be selling a hot dog and a P e p s i for just 48 cents, with net proceeds going to the Thespian Club. If it is successful, they hope to h a v e another sale on L a b o r Day weekend. "We'll h a v e m i m e s t h e r e and p e r h a p s a m p l i f i e r s , " K a r a m o n said. "If we can raise $800, we'll h a v e enough to pay Bob for two shows." F o r all those residents who h a v e enjoyed and m a r v e l e d at the P C E P d r a m a d e p a r t m e n t productions, her e ' s an opportunity to lend a hand. Those who c a n ' t buy their hot dogs m a y w a n t to send a few dollars. Checks can be m a d e p a y a b l e to the P C E P D r a m a Dept. and m a i l e d to 43646 L o m b a r d y , Canton Township, in c a r e of Cathy Handyside, who is president of the Thespian Society.

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at Canton Township Hall planned a double b i r t h d a y c e l e b r a t i o n for Dan D u r a c k , personnel chief, and Mike G o r m a n , f i n a n c e director. As well as b i r t h d a y c a k e and ice c r e a m t h e r e w a s a n o t h e r surprise. A m y s t e r i o u s lady in a tightly belted t r e n c h coat a p p e a r e d . "Hi, Dan. R e m e m b e r m e ? " she asked. Dan replied t h a t he was s o r r y , but he didn't believe he did. "Now, m a y b e you'll r e m e m b e r , " quoth she, c a s t i n g aside her trench c o a t to r e v e a l a Wonder Woman c o s t u m e . She a p p r o a c h e d Mike in the s a m e m a n n e r . And topped off her visit with a specially worded happy b i r t h d a y song, a dance, a p r e s e n t a t i o n of p a r t y hats and a kazoo solo.

PLYMOUTH Historical M u s e u m v o l u n t e e r s a r e still r a v i n g about M a r i a n B e r n a s h ' s chicken salad and h o m e m a d e rolls. M a r i a n m a d e big b a t c h e s of her f a m o u s chicken salad and rolls for a luncheon honoring the v o l u n t e e r s who a c t as guides and and donate their t i m e and skills to the m u s e u m

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Jutie is for picnics J u n e is picnic m o n t h for clubs winding up their y e a r l y schedules. The a r e a ' s oldest garden club, the P l y m o u t h b r a n c h of the Woman's National F a r m and G a r d e n Association, took to the g r e a t outdoors for its annual picnic. M a r g e DiPonio w a s hostess for the event at Saddleridge. The P l y m o u t h G a r d e n Club w a s founded in 1936. It sponsored the L a k e P o i n t e Village branch in P l y m o u t h Township and the Apple Run b r a n c h in Canton Township. Horticulture, ecology and civic i m p r o v e m e n t continue to be the m e m b e r s ' chief concerns. Their successful p r e - C h r i s t m a s g r e e n s m a r t helps fund a n n u a l scholarships for gra-

duating high-school seniors and sends two t e a c h e r s to s u m m e r s e m i n a r s at Higgins Lake. The club m e m b e r s plant f l o w e r s each spring a t Point P a r k and along the s e r p e n t i n e wall between P l y m o u t h City Hall and the lib r a r y on Main Street. They e n c o u r a g e children's i n t e r e s t in growing things by giving seedlings to s e c o n d - g r a d e r s each spring. This y e a r they g a v e a u t u m n olive seedlings to the youngsters. The club's fall festival window is one of the a t t r a c t i o n s of the P l y m o u t h F a l l F e s t i v a l . Its donations to the f e d e r a t e d clubs a t the s t a t e and national level c o n t r i b u t e to conservation and ecology a c r o s s the country.

More than 75 persons attended the event, sponsored by director Barbara Saunders and the museum, on the lower level of the museum.

PAULINE and Ragnar Blomberg are making their annual gammer visit to their home town. The Blombergs retired from their Arthur Street home to Delray Beach, Fla., seven years ago. They plan to make their headquarters at the Mayflower Motor Inn until mid-July. Friends and relatives, including a sister from Ludington, are coming to Plymouth to see them. In the meantime, they are enjoying being back. "I love this town," Pauline said. "If it weren't for the winters, we'd still be here."

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Seminar to teach respect for all life ARK, a non-profit a n i m a l w e l f a r e organization, and Schoolcraft College join in presenting Michigan's first " H u m a n e Education S e m i n a r , " J u l y 17-18, at the college. ,A. Ronny Seyler, a F a r m i n g t o n Hills resident and m e m b e r of ARK, is chairm a n for the s e m i n a r . ARK t a k e s its nam,e f r o m the words, Action, Respect and Kindness Speakers and p r e s e n t e r s for the seminar will be John A. Hoyt, president of H u m a n e Society of the United States, the nation's largest a n i m a l w e l f a r e organization, and Kathleen Savesky, dir e c t o r of National Association for the A d v a n c e m e n t of H u m a n e E d u c a t i o n (NAAHE). The s e m i n a r is designed for t e a c h e r s , parents, e l e m e n t a r y education students, youth group leaders, e a r l y childhood educators, the education staff f r o m n a t u r e centers, a n i m a l s h e l t e r s or

zoos, and anyone interested in a n i m a l welfare. "The philosophy behind h u m a n e education is t h a t people a r e not inherently cruel, but a r e uneducated, and m a n y m u s t be t a u g h t respect for all life, h u m a n and non-human," said Linda Shaffer, speaking for ARK. She adds t h a t h u m a n e education is now required by law to be taught in Michigan schools. S O M E O F T H E topics scheduled for the two-day event a r e h u m a n e education and its role in today's schools; techniques of values clarification; the m o r a l d i l e m m a s ; the use4>f c r i t i c a l thinking skills in h u m a n e education; along with a v a r i e t y of a n i m a l - r e l a t e d classroom games. The s e m i n a r will o f f e r a c u r r i c u l u m blended a p p r o a c h to h u m a n e education, a s a m p l i n g of p r o g r a m s and agencies t h a t a r e a v a i l a b l e as r e s o u r c e s for

teachers, and a review of existing h u m a n e education t e a c h i n g m a t e r i a l s and sources of background i n f o r m a t i o n for teachers. . T h e r e will be two make-it-and-takeit sessions for the p r i m a r y and interm e d i a t e levels on teaching a i d s and activities a v a i l a b l e f o r an e x t r a f e e of $10 each. Cost of the s e m i n a r is $25 for the two days which includes a v e g e t a r i a n luncheon on S a t u r d a y . One day regist r a t i o n s a r e also available. Interested p e r s o n s a r e invited to w r i t e to ARK, P. 0 . Box 65, W a r r e n , 48043 for a brochure, which includes a registration f o r m . One CEU (Continuing E d u c a t i o n Unit) credit will be o f f e r e d Tor attending the 10-hours of instruction. The CEU provides a s t a n d a r d m e a s u r e for c r e d i t - f r e e continuing education activities and gives a d o c u m e n t e d record of

personal education a c h i e v e m e n t s . The CEU also c o n f i r m s completion of educational activities to licensing boards and professional organizations, and d o c u m e n t s increased c o m p e t e n c y in a c a r e e r a r e a . u O H N HOYT, who served a s p a s t o r foil congregations in Allen P a r k and F o n i d a l e , has been president of the H u m a n e Society since 1970. As president he o v e r s e e s the organization's work in p r e s e r v a t i o n of endangered species, protection of wildlife and i m p r o v e m e n t of zoos and other animal exhibits. Hoyt t r a v e l s extensively throughout the country m e e t i n g with l e a d e r s of s t a t e and local h u m a n e groups and related organizations, the Washington, D. C. h e a d q u a r t e r s of the H u m a n e Society and its seven regional offices. • Ms. Savesky works out of the NAAHE h e a d q u a r t e r s in the tyorma

T e r r i s H u m a n e E d u c a t i o n Center in E a s t H a d d a m , Conn. She is editor of the association's quarterly, "Humane Education." Prior to this postition she w a s the principal editor of " P e o p l e and A n i m a l s, " a national model interdisciplinary curriculum guide for h u m a n e education. She is a u t h o r of a children's storybook and s u p p l e m e n t a l teaching aids for e l e m e n t a r y social studies. . J l e r work involves developing and conducting in-service and pre-service p r o g r a m s for t e a c h e r s , consulting with e d u c a t o r s f r o m a n i m a l w e l f a r e and env i r o n m e n t a l education agencies. She is also involved in p r o m o t i n g the adoption of h u m a n e education m e t h o d s and m a t e r i a l s in schools and commiinties across the country. All inquiries on the s e m i n a r will be taken by calling either Schoolcraft College, 591-6400, ext. 409, or ARK, at 649-3842.

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D^Y CAMP S u m m e r day c a m p is held at S t a r k w e a t h e r School and at the Salvation A r m y Building Monday-Friday. The S t a r k w e a t h e r group m e e t s 8 a . m . to 3 p.m., and the Salvation A r m y g r o u p m e e t s 3-5:45 p.m. The c a m p s a r e g e a r e d for working p a r e n t s of children in g r a d e s 1-5. Contact the P l y m o u t h C o m m u n i t y F a m i l y YMCA for m o r e inf o r m a t i o n at 453-2904. •

OX ROAST The* Knights of Columbus will sponsor a a ox roast s t a r t i n g at noon Saturday, Jlily 4, at its council grounds, 150 F a i r St. in P l y m o u t h , west of Lilley bet w e e n Ann Arbor Trail and Ann Arbor Road. Donation is $3.75. G a m e s for young and old. F r e e pop all day for youngsters. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n , call 453-9724. Anyone m a y attend PAPER DRIVE ' P l y m o u t h Volunteer F i r e f i g h t e r Association sponsors a p a p e r drive J u l y 10-12 If you h a v e p a p e r s you would like picked up, call 453-8123 or 4554434 A t r a i l e r will be at the Kroger parking lot on Main Street in P l y m outh.

olescent problems; J u l y 23, lung cancer; J u l y 27, disorders of the feet; J u l y 30, h e a r t a t t a c k s . All s e m i n a r s begin at 7:30 p.m. and last a p p r o x i m a t e l y two hours. P r e - r e g istration is required. Call 348-8000 or 855-3222 for i n f o r m a t i o n or to register.

— $25.50 per person — includes bus transportation, t h e a t e r tickets for the musical f>lay "The Music M a n " and a b u f f e t lunch. To register, call T r a c i Johnson at the P l y m o u t h R e c r e a t i o n D e p a r t m e n t , 455-6620. •

• S E N I O R S T O R O N T O T R I P Aug 3-5 — Three-day, two-night Toronto trip includes t r a n s p o r t a t i o n , hotel acc o m m o d a t i o n s , two b r e a k f a s t s , dinner, t h e a t e r and o t h e r side trips. The t r i p is being a r r a n g e d by the P l y m o u t h Recreation Dept. Call 455-6620 for informatiom. • WOMEN EMPLOYMENT CENTER J u n e 30 — The YWCA of Western Wayne County Women E m p l o y m e n t Center will begin a series of workshops for persons 16-21 who w a n t to learn how to p r e p a r e for e m p l o y m e n t . Sessions will be held e v e r y Tuesday f r o m 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. R e g i s t r a tion cost is $1. The YWCA is at 26279 Michigan Ave. in Inkster. F o r i n f o r m a t i o n call Veardean Watson a t 561-4110. •

• B A S E B A L L C L I N I C June 2 9 P l y m o u t h C o m m u n i t y F a m i l y YMCA baseball clinic s t a r t s Monday, July 29 and runs through July 3. Hours a r e 9 911 a.m. Monday through F r i d a y a t Middle School E a s t field. Throwing, pitching, c a t c h j n g and t e a m play will be taught by Mike Johnson to boys and girls 7-12 years. For i n f o r m a t i o n call the Y. 453-2904.

Application f o r m s for Canton's first p a r a d e , scheduled for 11 a.m. on Aug. 8, a r e a v a i l a b l e a t the Wayne Ba okmf nk, 44520 Michigan and 41652 Ford" Schwartz's Greenhouse Shop, 8201 Lilley; the Canton Public L i b r a r y , 1150 S. Canton Center, and the Canton Chamber of C o m m e r c e , 5773 Canton Center. The deadline for* submitting applications is J u l y 1. • JOBS The Michigan E m p l o y m e n t P r o g r a m is recruiting unemployed 20- to 24year-old residents of Wayne County for a job-search p r o g r a m to begin in J u n e . F o r m o r e information, call J u d y or Dia n e n t Growth Works in P l y m o u t h , 4554094.

ALCOHOL A W A R E N E S S July 7 — A series of four weekly alcohol a w a r e n e s s sessions will begin at the 35th District Court located in P l y m o u t h City Hall, 201 S. Main, P l y m outh. E a c h Tuesday session will be at 8 p.m. and deal with the e f f e c t of alcohol. The p r o g r a m is open y / t h e public. For information, call 455-2640.

PLYMOUTH PARADE E n t r y f o r m s for P l y m o u t h ' s J u l y 4 p a r a d e a r e a v a i l a b l e a t P l y m o u t h City Hall, the Dunning-Hough L i b r a r y , the F i r s t National Bank of P l y m o u t h and Detroit Edison's c u s t o m e r service office on Main Street. The p a r a d e , Scheduled for 1 p.m. on J u l y 4, is sponsored by the P l y m o u t h J a y c e e s . •

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persons aged 60 and older. The p r o g r a m , provided by the OutWayne County Area on Aging, has information about p r o g r a m s and s e r v i c e s for seniors. Call 422-1052 between 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. • HANDYMEN AVAILABLE The Plymouth C o m m u n i t y Council on Aging has senior h a n d y m e n available to do s m a l l jobs for o t h e r senior citizens. P h o n e 455-4907 b e t w e e n 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-Thursday. • JOB TRAINING Michigan E m p l o y m e n t P r o g r a m (MEP), o f f e r e d by G r o w t h Works Inc in P l y m o u t h , is w a n t s e m p l o y e r s to p a r t i c i p a t e in on-the-job t r a i n i n g with optional subsidy. F o r f u r t h e r i n f o r m a tion, contact Judy Cavell at 455-4094.



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Canton Craiger downs Riverview batters, 4 - 3 Canton Craiger rallied for two run* in the fifth inning and went on to defeat Riverview 4-3 in a Sandy Koufax League baseball game Thursday. Mark Bennett started the two-run rally with a single Tim Michalik and Tom Moore walked to load the bases Bennett raced home on the passed ball and Michalik scored on Steve Sob ditch's sacrifice fly. Craiger, trailing 2-0, tallied two runs in the third Doug Chilcoff led off with a single and went to second and a walk to John Longridge Chilcoff and Longridge then pulled off a double steal. Moore brough home Chilcoff with a sacrifice fly and a suicide squeeze bunt

by Dominik DeBello scored Longridge. John Jakabowski was the winning pitcher. He struck out eight and walked six in seven innings of work. The Canton hurler allowed only two hits. Canton is now 6-2 in league play. SALEM KOUFAX 6 NOVI 1 Pitcher Chris Belhart handcuffed Novi on one hit to power Salem to an easy 6-1 Koufax baseball victory Thursday. The Salem pitcher flirted with a nohitter. He allowed a double with one out in the seventh.

Offensively, Paul Makara led the Salem attack with two singles, a double and two RBI. T e a m m a t e s Ron Wells, Jim Rorabacher and J*ff Smith each contributed two singles./ Oq Wednesday, Dearborn Heights Crestwood strolled to (an 8-3 win over Salem. Losing pitcher Dan Rnapp was the victim of sloppy play by his t e a m m a t e s in the field. He gave up one hit on seven runs, walked four and threw three wild pitches in the disasterous third. Salem also had three errors and two passed balls in the inning. Bob Moore had two of Salem's seven hits. Salem is now 6-2 in league play. NF-WB 6 PLYMOUTH COMPUWARE 5

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Wayne State football faces uphill struggle

The school is suffering economic hardships similar to those facing the city of Detroit. Bonner hopes to cut the athletic budget by 25 percent for the 1982-83 school year. He also has to trim $9.4 million from his total budget. Football is an expensive sport. It will cost the university approximately $94,000 to run the program this fall. Rookie head coach Dave Farris, a resident of Troy, is fighting an uphill battle. But with his plan, Farris hopes he can convince the board to take another look once the 1981 season is over. His strategy is simple. He's currently working on prominent businessmen to help donate money. He wants the alumni to get more involved. He is reducing his staff (three full-time assistants to one) and will cut scholarship monies 25 percent. Farris is also counting on a big turnout in September when Michig a n holds Band Day. The Tarters will face Slippery Rock at Michigan Stadium. A crowd of more than 50,000 would bring in a good chunk of cash.

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things other than the classroom. You learn how to be on time and function as a group It's something we should hold onto. "I'm not trying to save the program because I need a job. I could have gone to Western New Mexico or Holy Cross as an assistant. I just happen to be the person battling for football." For the second straight year, Wayne State will be part of a smallcollege double-header at the Pontiac Silverdome. "I'd like to also maybe play a game out in the suburbs on a Saturday night against a Grand Valley," Farris said. "I think we could get a good crowd. I think it would be a good idea to play say, for instance, at a place centrally located like Birmingham Groves. "With these cuts, it would reduced NCAA Division II program, but I think we can still get the job done." Vern Payne, the school's basket- , ball coach, was recently named athletic director to replace the retiring Chalmers Hixon. THE BASKETBALL program, also Division II, is far less expensive than football. Payne enjoyed a great recruiting year, getting four Division I-caliber players. Payne, however, is still without a full-time paid assistant. Bonner may have his sights set on a Division I basketball program with Payne at the helm. Large crowds could be housed at Cobo Arena, Joe Louis or Olympia. But it takes money, however, to run a Division I program. You need alumni support and the most important thing — a winner. Payne is very capable, but the risk is great. WSU's neighbor, the University of Detroit, is a prime example. The Titans have a large and adequate facility and a top-notch schedule. The catch, however, is that winning generates dollars, something the school has lacked since Dick Vitale left. They barely broke even in their Please turn to Page 2C

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A lot has been written and said about the threat to drop football at Wayne State University. Bo Schembechler had his say. Now it's time for my two cents worth. Football has been a tradition at Wayne. Alumni, fan and student interest, however, has never really been strong WSU's Board of Governors is discussing the status of football today in an open discussion at the Alumni Lounge. A decision could be reached at its monthly meeting July 10. President Thomas Bonner has proposed that football be dropped. His plan favors upgrading men's and women's basketball to NCAA Division I status. He would also like to create a varsity soccer program

Plymouth C o m p u w a r e , a t e a m comprised of 13-year-olds, lost a Koufax League heartbreaker Thursday to North Farmington-West Bloomfield, 6-5. Compuware carried a 5-2 lead into the bottom of the seventh before NFWB exploded for four runs on only one hit. An infield error led to two runs. Mike Clark was the hard-luck loser. He pitched all seven innings. Jeff Rummel and Steve Dawson each had two hits and two RBI in a losing cause "We're playing much better right now," said coach A1 Dawson. "This team we played has crushed a lot of people." Earlier in the week, pitcher Tom Halmekangas fired a one-hitter as Compware defeated Northville plue 21. He walked one and struck out four. Compuware scored both runs in the first on a walk to Rummel, a hit-andrun single by John Lenders and a twoout double by Bennett. Halmekangas held on the final two innings as t e a m m a t e s Mark Stevens, k Curtis White and Dawson each c a m e up with an outstanding defensive play. Compuware is now 3-7 overall.

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Mike Battaglia became Canton's first pitcher to go seven innings Thursday as the Canton Elks blasted North Farmington, 7-1, in a Mickey Mantle League baseball g a m e (15-16 years). The Canton right-hander struck out two and allowed just five hits. He did not walk a North batter. Canton broke a 1-1 tie in the fifth inning by scoring six runs. Left fielder Mike Wall and first baseman Marty McCarthy each collected a single and a double to lead the Canton hitting attack. Catcher Tim Collins singled home the Elks' first run. "Mike (battaglia) held us in there," said Canton coach John Gravlin. "It's the first time we've let anyh^dy go all seven innings." C A N T O N E L K S 11 A L L E N P A R K 3* McCarthy, with relief help from Dave Gerish gave Canton an 11-3 triumph over Allen Park Wednesday. Steve Johnson and Bryan Capnerhurst each collected two hits for the winners. Both of Johnson's hits c a m e in the fourth inning as Canton exploded for 11 runs to break a scoreless deadlock.

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WOLVERINE FOOTBALL SCHOOL The Wolverine Football Technique School will b t held J u l y 6-10 a t the University of Michigan Athletic Complex f o r the college-bound atudent-athlete. 1 C o m m u t e r s c a n sign up f o r $60. An additional $65 will be c h a r g e d if housing is needed. Coach Glenn "Bo" S c h e m b e c h e r will run the c a m p along wfth defensive coordinator Bill McCartney. The c a m p will include individual instruction, l e c t u r e s and training films. F o r m o r e information, call the Michigan Football Office a t 763-4422.

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g a m e s at J o e Louis last y e a r . The university has been seeing its own color of late — red. . The T a r t e r s a r e on the v e r g e of having a c o m p e t i t i v e Division II p r o g r a m . But the "Big T i m e " might be a gamble. Many a r g u e that WSU would be able to c o m p e t e on Division I level, with Payne, a d y n a m i c individual, a s head coach. An a b u n d a n c e of talent is right in the T a r t e r s ' own back •Jrard. The only problem is that WSU must c o m p e t e for talent against Michigan, Michigan State, Notre D a m e , etc. T h a t ' s a tough business. Soccer, also inexpensive, should be put on the back-burner. Until football is no longer one of Americ a ' s f a v o r i t e sports, soccer doesn't have a chance, especially f r o m its c o m m u t e r - t y p e s t u d e n t s at Wayne.

TO K E E P F O O T B A L L alive, • s o m e of W a y n e s p l a y e r s have been * expressing their c o n c e r n s to the ^ Board of G o v e r n o r s They've been in Li c o n t a c t with f o r m e r G o v e r n o r „ George R o m n e y and Max Pincus, • p r e s i d e n t of Hughes & H a t c h e r Inc. "I fee! it's a real d e t r i m e n t to the university to drop football for other sports not as established," said Bob Van Gorder, a senior offensive guard f r o m West Bloomfield. "I feel sorry for the guys underneath. I S don't see basketball f r o m football as 2 the right step. K

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g r a m . Now he's trying to discontinue it." Senior J i m Spala, a Business-Marketing m a j o r and defensive back, is "pretty displeased" over the talk about eliminating football. "Academics c o m e first, but football is a big p a r t of my life," he said. "Coach F a r r i s is working very h a r d to s a v e football. "The p l a y e r s have been writing letters, expressing w h a t it m e a n s to us and how it would hurt us if they take it away. "I've definitely learned a lot about discipline and self-sacrifice. I c a m e in as an individual and found out how to work as a t e a m . "

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Other sites include Field E l e m e n t a r y (July 15), Hulsing (July 16) and Miller (July 20). The finals will be held J u l y 22 at Miller. F o r m o r e information, call 397-1000.

A Public Service Announcement KEVIN S C H N E I D E R has played football the last t h r e e y e a r s at Wayne. "I was recruited on an athletic scholarship." he explained. "I went to Wayne because it was the best off e r and right for me. Football was a way of going to college. "It won't a f f e c t me, but it a f f e c t s the underclassmen. I'm going to try to help as much as possible." Wayne is a liberal a r t s institution with a vocational-minded student body. T h e r e is little housing on c a m pus. Most students work and commute. Sports just doesn't fit into their btisy schedules Apparently Bonner has taken a stand He w a n t s to emphasize one or two sports for the s a k e of o t h e r s , n a m e l y football The slogan for Wayne S t a t e football when Bonner a r r i v e d was "The Only G a m e in Town." Now it's "Motor City Football."

Sunday, July 5 A.W.I vs Redford at Capitol. 6 L 8:30 p.m Griffin's vs. Westland aLFord, 5 p.m. Livonia vs. Westland at Ford, 7:30 p.m.

HOTSHOT BASKETBALL S E T The Pepsi-Cola NBA Hotshot basketball p r o g r a m , sponsored by the Canton R e c r e a t i o n D e p a r t m e n t , will begin at 3:30 p.m. J u l y 14 at Eriksson E l e m e n t a r y School.

YOUTH S U P E R S T A R S CONTEST The third annual Canton R e c r e a t i o n Youth S u p e r s t a r s Contest will be held Saturday, J u l y 11 at G r i f f i n P a r k . Competitive age divisions a r e as fol-

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Stan's keeps winning form Stan's M a r k e t produced a n o t h e r Canton R e c r e a t i o n Class C Division I m e n ' s slow-pitch softball win last week. - T h e first-round c h a m p s won their opener in round two with a 16-6 victory over Oakview P a r t y Store Bob Douglas and F r e d E m e r y each had t h r e e hits for the winners. Paul J e n k i n s h o m e r e d in a losing cause Runner-up C&M Truck Collision squeezed by R o m a n F o r u m , 10-9, as J e r r y Jaskoski collected four hits. John Curd had t h r e e for R o m a n F o r u m . In other Division I games, K&C Construction blanked Cherry Hill Chiropractic, 5-0. Mike O'Neil had three RBI and t e a m m a t e Ken Reilly preserved the shutout with a diving c a t c h in the fifth inning Division II first-round c h a m p E v a n s Corp r e m a i n e d unbeaten by winning its second round opener, 9-4, over Drapery Traditions Tom Rapson and Rich Gall each had t h r e e hits for Evans. Rosco Nash had t h r e e doubles and t h r e e RBI for the losei^. Mark Mullen and John Theisen each had t h r e e hits to lead second p l a c e Canton Bowling & Trophy to a 14-6 victory over Carinci's. Dan Luckhardt and Dave Hayes had three hits for the losers. In other Division II g a m e s , Construc-

tion Helicopters used t w o double plays to beat P l y m o u t h Rock Saloon, 11-4, while E d ' s Sports downed C a r t w r i g h t , 10-9. In Division III g i r n e s , f i r s t place Howell I n d u s t r i e s stayed one-half g a m e ahead of Falzon E l e c t r i c with an 11-8 t r i u m p h over MAACO. J i m Czonek h o m e r e d for the winners. Ron M a r q u e s singled and h o m e r e d for MAACO. The Classy Chassis, a g a m e back, downed winless P e n n y ' s P i r a t e s , 9-6, as P a t F a b o r singled four times. Gill F a r m s got four RBI f r o m T o m Gill to best MAACO, 8-3. Gill also b e a t the Canton J a y c e e s , 9-6. THE SUPERBOWL SLUGGERS took sole possession of first place in the Women's League with an 11-7 win over previously unbeaten SuperBowl. Kay O'Connell was the hitting s t a r with t h r e e RBIs. Lisa Idzikowski was the winning pitcher. Betsy Gwizda had four hits in a losing cause. Bartz Animal Hospital drilled Dino's Pizza, l£-0, as Irene R a e collected two hits. CLASS B Division I leader All Star P r o Shop used a 25-hit a t t a c k to subdue Rusty Nail, 23-14, as Scott Brown s m a c k e d two h o m e r s and J e r r y Hollbrock added another Bill. B a k e r led Rusty Nail with t h r e e hits.

Second-place J a k e ' s Lounge received h o m e r s f r o m Mike Plagens, Mark C r a w f o r d and D a v e Larson to d e f e a t Ovidon, 15-4. Steve Bird h o m e r e d and d r o v e in four runs to power Canton Sports to a 13-10 win o v e r D a n ' s AquanestStabwich Insurance. Willie Walker had four hits for Dan's Aquanest-Stabwick Insurance. In the only Division II g a m e played last week, Sports P a g e Lounge nipped SuperBowl, 6-5, by scoring the g a m e winner in the seventh inning. Nellie Washko had two hits for the winners.

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Division III l e a d e r Bulls-Eye blasted MIM, 16-8, as J i m Mijal showed the way with four hits and fivtf RBI. Chase Chiropractic b e a t Denny's Service, 7*3, and pitcher L a r r y Radtile tossed a five-hitter as Taylord Weatherization b e a t Dick Milder Sports Medicine, 3-0. IN CLASS A action, the Jock Shop, tied for first place with Plymouth-Canton Softball T o u r n a m e n t winner A&J Softball Club, t r i m m e d Canton Sports last week, 13-3/ as J o e Westpund homered and J i m W e t m o r e drove in two runs.

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Saturday serial excitement lives in 'Raiders' action With "Raiders of the Lost Ark" (PG), George Lucas and Steven Speilberg attempted to recapture for today's audiences the thrills of the Saturday matinee serials. They did more than that. "Raiders" is not just an action-packed movie but dazzling escapist entertainment. Zipping along from one hairbreadth escape to another, it is an exhilarating larger-than-life movie adventure. Bold and colorful, k boasts exotic places, dangerous encounters, a search for a sacred artifact with special power and a very appealing hero and heroine. They are brave, attractive and on the right side of issues. ) Harrison Ford wears the mantle of the hero, Indiana Jones, with ease. Jones is a mild-mannered archaeology professor who, at the drop of a treasure map, sheds his scholarly tweeds and spectacles for a safari outfit complete with boots and bullwhip. THE CHARACTER is a marvelous conception and Ford is in top form. He can be intense or laid back. He can stop an aggressor with his bullwhip or punctuate an argument with a shrug. More important, he can play a scene for laughs without making it a spoof Karen Allen is featured opposite Ford as Marion, another marvelous character. She is a 1980s woman in a 1930s setting. She is independent, sure of herself and can drink any man under the table. In fact, her ability to handle liquor provides some key moments in the movie. "Raiders" bursts with vitality and has more cliffhangers than you would find on a hike up Everest. For openers, there is a series of hair-raising scenes in a South American jungle that abounds with tarantulas, savages with poison darts and booby traps to protect a golden idol from archaeologists and robbers alike. Then, with scarcely a pause to let people catch their breaths, the movie swings from South America to Nepal to Egypt. The time is the mid-1930s, and the Nazis are hot on the trail of the Ark of the Covenant. The Ark, which once contained the original tablets of the Ten Commandments, has been lost since the destruction of the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem. The Nazis want the Ark because it is supposed to endow its possessor with invincible power.

Canton Township's Center Stage will soon be graced with one of America's most popular personalities. A man whose talent holds no boundaries. A legend in his own time, Rick Nelson will be rockin' Center Stage at 9 p.m. Wednesday. As Ricky Nelson he began his exciting c a r e e r back in 1948 when he portrayed himself on the family radio show. He was only 8 years old then, and at 9 he made his motion picture debut with Ethel Barrymore in "A Story with Three Lovers." In later years he also appeared in "Rio Bravo" with John Wayne and Dean Martin and "The Wackiest Ship in the Navy" with Jack Lemmon. In 1952 "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" went from radio to television which m a d e Ricky Nelson a household word. In 1957 Ricky began his recording career and there was no stopping him from there. It was n ^ m o r e little Ricky because he became one of the most successful singers of all time. Hits like "Be-Bop

preview Baby," "Believe What You Say," "Poor Little Fool" and "I'm Walkin' " were just the beginning of Rick's career. IN 1969 Rick formed the Stone Canyon Band, and in 1972 the group had a hit called^ "Garden P a r t y " which brought Rick back to the Top 10. Rick's presently "Playing to Win." That happens to be the title of his latest album on EMI/Capitol records. On one of his songs Nelson sings, " You can call it what you want, it's all right, it's rock and roll to me." The sound that Rickjcalls rock and roll is a mixture of rock and country known as rockabilly. The album even contains a song by the innovators of rockabilly, Johnny and Dorsey Burnette. The song "It Hasn't Happened Yet" b r i n p out the romantic side of Nelson that used to cause girls to scream and faint. Rick Nelson and the S t o n e C a n y o n Band appear W e d n e s d a y at Center Stage.

EMU presents variety series The Summer Michimu Band Series continues at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, with a variety of live and recorded music including jazz, blues, contemporary, country-western and rock 'n' roll. Performances are scheduled f r o m noon to 1:30 p.m. in the mall outside McKenny Union on the EMU campus. All performances are f r e e and open to the public.

The Wednesday night series presents Mike Syers (recorded),'contemporary, July 1; Footloose, country-western, July 8; Ken Schramm, contemporaryfolk, July 1; Ron Delagardo, blues; July 22; and Mike Syers (recorded) July 29. The series will conclude with a rock performance by Dwarf, Aug. 5. Opening concert in the series was a jazz performanced by Awesome, June 17.

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312 Livonia

312 Livonia

A COMMISSIONED savings by owner N W Livonia 4 bedrooms, brick quad, dining room, 2 full baths, spacious (am ily room with fireulace Appliances Pa tio and gas grill Nicely landscaped Central air Full basement 2 4 car attached garage Immediate occupancy Make an offer Terms available $13,000 Call after 1pm, 464-8871

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$41,900 Owner leaving state • brick Bungalow with full finished basement and complete with garage Nicely maintained, 3 bedrooms, 1 4 baths, gas heat Immediate occupancy HARRYS

A GREAT DEAL $10,000. assumes 114% interest All brick ranch with 3 bedrooms. 1 4 baths, family room, fire place, central air. full basement, appliances. attached 2 car garage plus more for $71,500 Call after 6pm 464 9316

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BARGAIN PRICE

WOLFE

CONVENIENT LOCATION • brick ranch, 1,250 sq feet 3 bedrooms. 4th bedroom or den, partially finished base ment. 1 4 bath Must sell $52,000 478 5653

COUNTRY FARMER

Be the first to see this 3 bedroom. 2 bath Ranch situated on a large treed lot in rural Livonia Features include a sunny kitchen, spacious family room BRICK RANCH Appro* 1450 sq ft . 3 with natural fireplace, wet plaster bedrooms, 2 car attached garage, fami walls, heated barn with tack room & 2 ASSUME MORTGAGE $56,900 You'll fall in love with this ly room with fireplace, central air, car garage Easy Land Contract terms adorable brick Ranch with full finished 14040 Woodside, 1 block N of School $88,900 basement $• oversize 2 ^ car garage, 3 craft. I block E of Levan Open Sunday HARRYS 1-6PM $84,900 L C terms or other bedrooms, tastefully carpeted thru-out types of financing possible or rent with Maintenance free aluminum trim option to buy 591-3251 HARRY S

WOLFE

WOLFE

COMPANY Fantastic LAND CONTRACT TERMS 1st offering on this beautiful spacious Colonial with 4 bedrooms, 2 4 baths + 1st floor Study, formal dining room, COMPANY CUSTOM COLONIAL family room with fireplace, full base ment and 2 car attached garage All im- in desirable Francavilla Formal dininj room, large master bedroom with ful maculately kept the Luxury of Cen A $7,000 Down, 11% Land Contract, tral Air Hard to beat at this price' bath, first floor laundry, den plus much, New construction, Livonia, 3 bedrooms much more for $117,000 LAND CON HARRY S Ranch. 2 full baths, large open kitchen, TRACT terms or simple assumption family room, fireplace, full basement, wood windows, extra insulation. 3 to choose from. Also 2 Colonials $5,000 Down. 9 4 % Interest CORNERSTONE 478-4660 478 5596 Dembs Sales Co 591 1301 COMPANY

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421-5660

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BARGAIN COLONIAL!

$74,900 TRANSFER COMPANY SAYS BY OWNER, L.C, low down payment, "SELL"' Beautifully maintained brick very clean 3 bedroom brick ranch, 2 with aluminum trim, a full finished baths, large family room, ouiet locabasement, and attached 2 car garage, tion. attached garage, large lot, immemany, many eitras. the luxury of Ceo diate occupancy Open Sat 4 Sun 12tral Air You'll love the spacious Fami- 4pm or see anytime, must sell 421 8563 ly Room with cathedral ceilings & natural fireplace. 3 bedrooms, family kitch- 19027 WOODRING, off 7 Mile Rd Face brick, 3 bedrooms, carpeted, 1 4 tiled en IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY' baths, family room, full basement, gas forced air heat. 60 Ft lot Built by Cor HARRYS nell Homes Inc For information call 477-9340

WOLFE COMPANY

421-5660

CENTURY 21

ENJOY the solitude of this cozy 3 bedroom home surrounded by large trees on 1 4 acres inside Livonia New World Hurley Realty Assoc 478-9770

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LAND CONTRACT TERMS' Spacious 3 bedroom brick Ranch with beautiful fieldstone fireplace in family room Country kitchen Cov ered redwood deck in park like setting Nicely finished basement $81,900 Call 261 5080

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9.99% 5 YEARS THIS WEEK ONLY IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY $79,990-$89,990 4 left, RANCH, 3 bedrooms, 2 4 bath, laundry main floor, 2 car garage dishwasher, family room, fireplace, nu merous extras COLONIAL, 4 bedroom. 2 4 baths, at tached 2 car garage, laundry main floor, fantastic floor plan. den. family 1. fireplace Call 464 4220 or 855-2111

LAND CONTRACT F A M I L Y ROOM & F I R E P L A C E highlight this beautifully maintained brick Ranch in Tiffany Park, 3 bedrooms, 1 4 baths, family room with fireplace, full basement, attached 2 car garage Quick Occupancy! Owner transferred HARRYS

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474-5700 LAND CONTRACT TERMS By owner. 4 bedroom. 2 4 bath colonial, on cul-de-sac Central air, first floor laundry, wet bar, 4 amenities $94,900 9b3-7160 After 5 PM 464-3327

LIVONIA. Tiffany Park Sub, drastical ly reduced, brick 3 bedroom ranch, family room, patio, many extras, 2 car attached. $67,500 L.C. 464-0843 LIVONIA- 3 bedroom brick Ranch, nice location, drapes, carpet, 2 4 car ga rage, large lot, $75,000 Call 422 5053 LIVONIA 7 Mile Inkster, 3 bedroom brick ranch, 1 4 baths Full basement Central air $46,900 537 6869 535-6972

MERI LYNN FARMS

Owner relocating & must sell this 3 bedroom, 1 4 bath brick Ranch ( E F F E C T I V E AND E C O N O M I C A L ) Featuring a large country kitchen, full basement, in ground swimming pool 4 offering easy Land Contract terms 0-1769-Rochester condo. 2 bedroom, 1Vi baths, river (view), $58,500 8*1%. $64,900 LAND CONTRACT E- 1437-Wibeek ranch, 4 bedroom, 4 baths, extras. $219,900, Land Contract HARRYS BUDGET PRICE' Don't hesitate to see W- 1864-NW Detrort ranch. 3 bedroom, low taxes. Land Contract. $38,900 this brick front Ranch with full base H-1/68-8everty Hills bungalow, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage, $73,500 ment, complete with 2 car garage. 3 R-853-Livonia ranch. 3 bedroom. 1% baths, fireplace. $79,900, L.C bedrooms, large country kitchen Low Down Payment $45,900 COMPANY MANY OTHER >>*dPE6Tl£S D&PLA YED IN OUR OFFCE HARRYS

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474-5700 MINT CONDITION describes this 3 bedroom brick Ranch Home includes 1 4 baths, wet plaster, finished basement and a new 24 x24' garage $59,900 Call 261 5080

Thompson-Brown REDFORD Three bedroom aluminum bungalow with family room and basement. Simple assumption. Land Contract terms. Asking $39,900. Call 476-9100. Ask for Dorothy. LN-2

REDFORD. 3 bedroom "specialized home," fully tiled basement Negotiable Land Contract terms immediate occupancy. Established family neighborhood. Call 4555200. (PA13). $48,900.

DEARBORN HEIGHTS Three bedroom ranch, central air, attached garage, full basement, country kitchen. Land Contract terms. $7,400 down. Asking $36,900. Ask for Lyn. LE-3

CANTON. 4 bedroom custom, Canton colonial, 2V4 baths, fireplace, family room, full brick. Offers welcome. Call 455-5200. (PB25). $86,900.

PARKWAY paradise borders this sparkling entertainment planned home with 3 bedrooms, brick construction, 2 natural fireplaces, finished basement, 26 ft. living room, 2 baths, 2 car garage, and Home WArranty. $69,900. Call: ED PRINGLEMEIR

REDFORD 3 bedroom brick bungalow, family room, fireplace, finished basement, 2M car garage, newer electric, insulation, furnance and water heater. Asking $42,000. Call 476-9100. LM-3 SOUTHFIELD Land Contract offered on this aluminum sided energy efficient home in area of higher priced homes. Asking $29,900. Call 476-9100. Ask for Becky. LS-2 LIVONIA Cape Cod with formal dining room, 2 full baths and sharp finished rec room, 2 car garage. Land Contract with $20,000 down or $30,000 assumes this low interest mortgage. Asking $69,500. Call Virginia at 476-9100. LL-6

WESTLAND. Great terms, premitum home. 4 bedrooms, V/t baths, family room, full wall fireplace, inground sprinklers. Quiet location. Call 455-5200. (PG3). $62,900.

Gold House Realtors

CANTON. 3 bedroom Forestbrook ranch. Meticulous throughout, V/t baths, family room, simple assumption. Negotiablel Call 455-5200. $74,500.

VAN BUREN. Country setting, abundant. 3 bedroom brick ranch. Features lovely formal dining room. Simple assumption. Call 455-5200.! P V1 $39,500.

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THREE BEDROOM RANCH in Super condition and very well decorated It's Brick with maintenance-free aluminum trim and fully carpeted. Don't miss this unusual value' $62,900 Call 553-8700

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313 Dearborn Dearborn Heights N. DEARBORN HEIGHTS Best buy in area St Sabina Parish 3 bedroom brick ranch Family room, fireplace, large kitchen, dishwasher, beautiful hardwood floors, rec room, garage Excellent Land Contract terms Only $65,900

TRADITIONAL 1 4 STORY HOME that invitee memories of days ite by S bedrooms. 1 4 ths Spacious living room and formal dining room The country setting is accented by fruit trees, flowers and large garden space 2 car attached garage $71,500 Call II1-S090

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PLYMOUTH-by owner $71,900 simple assumption $18,000 down. 114% in terest 3 bedroom. 1 4 bath colonial Partially finished basement, central air, swim pool, fenced yard 455 7628 PLYMOUTH, older in-town location First floor laundry, large country kitchen, garage 9 4 % Land Contract terms available $56,500 453 0996

PRIVACY PLUS

REALTY WORLD

in this very unique 4 bedroom home with formal dinUNDER $40,000 ing, all appliances in kitchen, 2 bedroom, large kitchen, living room 4 in family room, utility room, large lot W of Middlebelt fireplace near 7 Mile 272-6155 beautiful 2 level patio, 2Vi baths, basement, and at314 Plymouth-Canton tached garage. $83,900. Call: Gold Key

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Sellers are offering land contract, VA, or the P.L.A^J. which offers a new mortgage with a lower interest r a t e 3 bedrooms, 'V/t baths, with full basement,. Hurry! $48,900.

ED PRINGLEMEIR

CENTURY 21 Gold House Realtors

420-2100 Super Assumption • Brick quad offers 4 bedrooms. 1 4 baths, large family room with firelace. formal dining room, country itchen with built ins. attached 2 car garage. $14,100 assumes 10% interest, $74,900 '

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459-6000 A $5,000 Down. 11% Land Contract. Canton, 4 bedroom Colonial. 2 4 baths, family room, fireplace, full basement, attached 2% garage, move in condition, same day occupancy 478 5596 Dembs Sales Co 591 1301

CENTURY 21 Nada, lnc.477-9800 USE OUR PLAN

A 9% land contract on charming older 2 story ini Plymouth, Plymou new throughout 3 bedroom, 1 4 bath, central air, dishwasher, wood floors, leaded glass, finished basement, 2 car garage, all appliances Beautiful' $73,900 or best of ler 229 N Harvey 477-9696 459-V875

for financing or assume mortgage. This 3 bedroom brick ranch is located in Plymouth Twp., 2 car garage is nearly new. Newer carpetBY OWNER So of Joy, W of Sheldon ing in living room, partially Large 4 bedroom colonial in excellent b a s e m e n t . Just condition, 2 4 baths, formal dining, den, finished 1st floor laundry, family room with $67,900. fireplace, garage with opener and many other fine features. $88,900 459-4372

Century 21

CANTON • By owner 3 bedroom ranch with garage Quiet neighborhood Land contract terms available $47,000 Immediate occupancy After 5PM455-9575 CANTON by owner, colonial, 3 bed room, 14 bath, living room, large kitchen, family room, fireplace, attached garage, full basement, fenced yard 1with woods in back 397 0911

Gold House Realtors

459-6000 YOU WILL BE IMPRESSED with the large bedrooms. 1st floor laundry & beautiful decor in this 3 bedroom Colonial in Plymouth's Mayflower Village An 8 4 % Simple Assumption makes it perfect at $87,900

CANTON 2 year old 3 bedroom. 14 bath colonial 2 car attached garage On JUST LIKE NEW coxy In town Plym large lot with walk-out deck leading to outh location near Hough Park. 2 bed16x32 Kayak swimming pool Simple rooms, 1 4 baths, formal dining room, assumption. 104% interest Asking COMPLETELY RENOVATED Land $65,400 — 397 8334 Contract terms now available $62,500 CANTON - 3 BEDROOM Duplex. 2 baths, air, attached garage, extras Assume 7 4 % mortgage For appointment call after 530 PM 981 3830

'in desirable sub. 3 bedrooms plus den, V/t baths, family room/fireplace, with excellent terms. 2Vi car garage plus storage. Asking $72,900. Ask for.

SCHWEITZER REAL ESTATE

Better Homes & Gardens 453-6800

315 Northvillo-Novi BEAUTIFULLY BUILT & lovingly cared for and just the answer for a small family Gracious living room with fireplace, formal dining room with bay window, enclosed front poreh and sun room If 2 bedrooms fit your needs, take advantage of this rare offering Land contract terms $71,500 Call 1«1 5080

Gold House Realtors

459-6000 LAME POINTE, 5 mile 4 Haggerty, 4 bedroom. 1 4 bath, colonial. 10 X 20 screen and glass porch. Finished basement, family roam with fireplace 2100 sq f t Assumable 6% mortgage, plus land contract on balance $89,900 Home 420-0171 Office 459 2212

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315 Northville-Novi FOUR bedroom, 2 bath. air. big lot 7% assumable 11% land contract avail able $78,500 After 5 PM weekdays Anytime weekends 349 1753 NORTHVILLE-Must see' By owner An ideal location on deadend street Fea tures Cape Cod ranch. 2000 sqft, large living room with stone fireplace, for mal dining room with brick wall in arch. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, attached garage, very well maintained on 4 acre $105,000 349 5635 NORTHVILLE

NORTH BEACON WOODS Immediate Occupancy

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316 Westiand Garden City

318 Redford

WESTLAND 3 bedroom Tn-Level Family room with fireplace, attached garage, central air. corner lot, $58,900 LC terms 326-9766

302 Birmingham Bloomfield

4TH OF JULY SPECIAL 4 bedroom home with teilcony overlooking living room U r g e kitchen, family room com bination lovely fenced yard with gar den spot, garage & ample storage'

ADAMS WOODS 3 bedroom> 2 4 batKs 1st floor laundry room 2 car attached garage Earthtones $166 900 ShownJn appointment only 852 6425 or 956 5277

THE BEST brick ranch in Tonquish Village family room, finished rec room, lovely decor huge garage metic ulously landsci raped LAND CONTRACT HURRY'

A FULL HOUSE

S REDFORD TWP super sharp 3 bed WESTLAND 3 bedroom brick ranch room full brick 14 car garage base 2 4 car garage Livonia schools Land ment excellent condition nice rieigh Contract available Open Sun 1 5PM borhood Land <-ontract terms possible 538 5753 31649 Conway $52,900 421-6092 $47,900 Open Sun 15PM

348-7330

Indoor pool whirlpool u-nnis court 4 bedrooms 3 4 baths 3 fireplaces 2 kitchens alarm system Bloomfield Schools $435,000 Appointment onlv

Century 21 HOME CEN TER

316 Westland Garden City

626-4745

476-7000

A BARAGAIN BUY

$367 ' TOTAL MONTHLY PAYMENT FOR QUALIFIED BUYERS Based on Sales Price of $41,900 with FHA 235 (I) Mort of $38,000 at 154?, Total monthly payment of $631.73 less GovT subsidy of $265 11 Total Home Owner payment $366 62 Annual per centage rate 164% FULL BASEMENT 3 BEDROOMS WALL-TO-WALL CARPETING Model located 34836 Glen. Westland S of Cherry Hill, E off Wayne Rd Open Sat 1-5 4 By Appointment SELIGMAN L ASSOCIATES 355-2400 . 728 0680 BY OWNER-CIean 2 bedroom brick ranch 2 4 car garage large lot. low utility bills 4 taxes $41,000 522 1948

318 Redford BY OWNER ' S Redford Land con tract available 3 bedroom brick ranch Florida room fireplace large country kitchen. 1 4 baths, finishW basement 14 car garage $51 900 937 0105 BY OWNER S Bed f o r i Land con tract available 3 bedroorrj brick ranch Florida room fireplace large country kitchen, 14 baths, finished basement 14 car garage $51,900 937 0105 CHARMING 1 4 STORY HOME on a spacious treed lot 3 bed rooms, 1 4 baths, fireplace in living room, large dining room and a sunny parlor and break fast nook New carpeting throughout Central air and 2 car heated garage $49 900 Call 261 5080

LAND CONTRACT Low down, fantastic brick ranch. 3 spa ci»us bedrooms, country type kitchen, finished basement, bar. 2 4 car garage huge lot. , $49,900

Thompson-Brown

NEW COLONIAL

NEW WORLD 427-3200

SUMMIT

NEWLY-WED SPECIAL Why rent when you can own this beauti ful 3 bedroom home in low tax area of Redford Twp Featuring a sunny kitch en formal dining room, full finished basement & aluminum sided garage Excellent terms $42,900

Castelli WOLFE HARRYS

525-7900

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OWNER TRANSFERRED Owner anxious to sell this shard & clean 3 bedroom aluminum sided Ranch Featuring a full finished basement, re modeled kitchen & bath, large patio 4 2 4 car garage $49,900 HARRY S

WOLFE COMPANY

474-5700 SIMPLE ASSUMPTION OR GOOD BLEND Ready to move in. 4 bedroom colonial in excellent condition, brand new car petmg, full wall fireplace in family room, basement beautiful big back yard ' $61,900

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Castelli

BEVERLY HILLS Sh'". assumpdor or blended nice 3 bedroom ranch air family room 1 4 baths finished ba.Mment & wet bar $78,000 644 5387

BIRMIMGHAM SCHOOLS Decorators own home brick con tempo rary. newly decorated L carpeted in earthtones, 2 storv foyer 4 bedroom-2 4 baths, fireplace large Florida room many additional feature* lovely Wooded lot. good assumption $84 SHXi

CALL AL BUTTS 645-5800 644-7712 Earl Keim Greentrees

Heady for occupancy Aluminum sided GARDEN CITY sharp 3 bedroom 3 bedrooms. 1 4 baths $39,900 As lo* ranch, large country kitchen, finished as $2,000 down at 12 7 8% or will a< basement $48,500 525 8695 cept used home in trade GARDEN CITY - 3 bedroom brick ranch, corner lot, close to school As sumable Owner Must sell Occupancy after July 15 Asking $44,500 648 Radcliff 525 0015

ASSUMABLE 9 4 " mortgage Bloom field Hills schools 3 bedroom ranch with family room on lalrge landscaped lot Patio gas barbecue Musi sell $58,500 335

FOR SALE By Owner Well maintained 1 4 story Cape Cod on tree lined streel 3 bedroom 1 bath natural fireplace newly decorated 2 4 car garage p m ^ cy fenced yard with patio and d « k year round hot tub I .and Contract terms negotiable $76,500 Call for ap pointment. 642 7426 or 559 6161 LAND CONTRACT 20'. Down 5 Years at 11". BLOOMFIELD TWP Contemporary with cathedral ceilings skylight Decorator Perfect" I bed rooms 3 baths family room library $142 900 After 6pm 335 1934 BIRMINGHAM BY OWNER Midsal. school 4 bedroom colonial Modern kitchen 1 4 baths finished basement 2 fireplaces 2 car attached garagi $108 500 Principles only 646 578y BIRMINGHAM (Juarton School arej 1295 Chesterfield 4 bedroom colonial with bright modern kitchen living room dining room den & family room with stone fireplace opens to patio IC Illt-pisH*">ar^ central air Fenced Ulandscaped Excellentlandscaped v a r l central air Call 362nt financing by owiei $192,000 6114. or after 7I'M 647 8742

MANOR HOME , Circcl 1911

474-5700 REDFORD Assume 8 4 % or blend 2 bedroom den. full basement fenced yard, poured patio. U S Steel siding 14 car garage $38 900 For appoint ment call 255 1757

Bloomfield Hills J P|u-S actes 5 b«^ rooms, carriage house traditional eM gance Brokers mvitM $425^00

Thomas T. Demery

REDFORD DANDY

Broker ?45-S091

This attractive aluminum sided home has 2 bedrooms down, large up. with added storage area Full basement. Extra large lot. $44,000 For appointment, call Peg Miller, Realtor, 676-7660 or 538-6914

O A K L A N D HILLS 3952 Oakland Dr. 5 bedrooms, 3% baths, family room & den. automatic sprinkler system. On 18th Fairway. Oakland Hills Country Club.

589-3900

ARE YOU PA YING HIGH RENT? ARE YOU A WARE OF TAX WRITE OFFS? TURN YOUR RENT INTO EQUITY! YOU CAN AFFORD TO BUY A HOME HOW LET US ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS CALL

525-7900

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THRIFTY THIRTIES

453-2210

Aluminum bungalow on large fenced lot with 3 bedrooms, family room, new hot water baseboard heat with energy efficient furnace for only $39,900

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CENTURY478-4660 21 CORNERSTONE

607 S. MAIN ST. • P L Y M O U T H

Thompson-Brown PRIME LIVONIA area, lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath ranch home, family room, carpeting, firplace, bullt-lns, patio, Central Air, attached garage, contract possible,$83,900 O

CONDO In Livonia's Woods, a lovely unit is spacious and spotless, 2 bedrooms, fully carpeted, Central Air, simple assumption or new blend mortgage available, $79,900

NOVI LAND CONTRACT TERMS Gorgeous Custom Bi-Level, S bedroom, family room with fieMstone fireplace, centra) air. deck, large lot backs up to $13,900'Open Thursday. Friday, 7PM-IPM PM. 1M18 Nllan Dr.. Call Double D Realty Co. loc 478 5410

SHARP as sharp can be. Westland ranch home with 3 bedrooms, carpeting, recreation room, 2Vfc car garage, blend mortgage available, $49,900

NOVI- $$7,990. Open Sun 1 »PM 40471 Village Wood Owner. 3 bedroom ranch. 1 4 baths, large country kitchen 4 faro ily room. L C. available 477-1131 IF LOCATION IS IMPORTANT TO YOU. consider Ufe kip roof Colonial in Northville Commons 4 bedrooms. 1 4 bathe, (1 replaced family room and 1st floor laundry Tbe den could be a 5th bedroom. Card throughout Stta en ce garage I1M.999 Call



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DON'T MISS Uiia brand new split level on a large treed lot 1st floor laundry, den, family room 4 m»ch more A real bargain at IUS.000 Terms available Located on Coventry Rd in Carriage Hill Sub, off Meadowbrook Rd., 4 mile north of Eight Mile Open dally 1-7 or call 478-9018

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221 Porcelain Refimshmg 222 Pointing 223 Recreational Vehicle Service 225 Ftoflni8hing 229 Refrigeration 233 Roofing 234 Scissor. Saw & Knrte Sharpening 235 Screen Repair 237 Septic Tanks 241 Sewer Cleaning 245 Sewing Machine Ftopair 249 Slipcovers 253 Snow Removal 254 Storm Doors 255 Stucco 257 Swimming Pools 260 Telephone/ Service Repair 261 Television Radio and CB 263 Tennis Courts 265 Terranums 269 Trie Work 273 Tree Service 275 Typing 276 Typewriter Repair 277 Upholstery 281 Vacuums 282 Vinyl Repair 283 Ventilation & Attic Fans 284 Wallpapering 285 Wall Washing 287 Washer / Dryer Repair 289 Water Softening 293 Welding 294 Well Drilling 297 Windows 298 Woodworking 299 Woodburners

FORMAL DINING ROOM and priced RICHTER 4 ASSOC ' 522 3500 at Only $76,900 Also includes 2 4 SIMPLE ASSUMPTION baths, large lot, 1st floor laundry, 4 bed rooms, family room with fireplace, and Built 1979, only $7600 down. $485 mo a Blended Rate available on this lovely 9 4 % . super 3 bedroom ranch, country kitchen, ooorwall. carpeting thru out, Colonial spacious basement, fenced yard. $44,900 $10,000 DOWN on this neat, clean home in Plymouth Twp Land Contract terms available, large lovely family room with gas fireplace, lots of storage space $59,900

DANNY REA

Century 21

Thompson-Brown PLYMOUTH. Privacy plus In this unique 3 bedroom ranch. V/t baths, family room, fireplace, excellent terms, decorated by interior designer. Call 455-5200. (PH11). $69,900.

2 Year 11 % Land Contract, 1 Year Escrow-jn advance - on Credit Check O K 4 bedrooms. 2 4 baths, air conditioning 2,100 sq ft. Colonial, fenced corner lot 6 Mile, Levan S area $89,900 Realtors ill cooperate Only' After 3PM, 4^229

DESIRABLE HOME

CENTURY 21° 464-8881

LIVONIA Land Contract terms on this three bedroom brick ranch with finished basement, V/t baths and-priced at $50,900. Call 4769100. Ask for Barb. LB-3

l-arge 14 Story aluminum sided home, dining room, partial basement, fenced yard, walk to stores Good Assumption or terms available Asking just $49 500

CENTURY 21 CORNERSTONE 478-4660

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GARLING Realty 453-4800

474-5700

Be the first to view this sharp 4 clean California style 3 bedroom, 2 bath Ranch on elegant treed setting Featur ing a spacious country kitchen, family room with natural fireplace, large patio & Simple Assumption terms $85,900 HARRYS

314 Plymouth-Canton

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WOLFE WOLFE

BY OWNER WOLFE BUYERS .nd SELLERS

312 Livonia

Low Down Payment on this Land Con at the spaciousness of this quality 4 tract moves you into this attractive bedroom, 2 bath brick home Huge brick Ranch, complete with 2 car at- Florida room, family room with fire tached garage and a full finished base- place, finished basement, attached 2 ment, 3 bedrooms. 1 4 baths, large car garage and more for $86,900 country kitchen $59,900 LAND CONTRACT terms HARRYS

INVESTORS!! Priced for a quick sale is this 2 bed room Duplex • handy to schools, shop ping & expressways Featuring a large living room, modern kitchen, finished basement & 2 car garage Land Con tract terms $44,900 HARRYS

96 Garages 97 Golf Club Repair 98 Greenhouses 99 Gutters 102 Handyman 105 Hauling 108 Heating 111 Home Safety 112 Humidifiers 114 Income Tax 115 Industrial Service 116 insurance Photography 117 Insulation 120 Interior Decorating 121 Interior Space Management 123 Janitorial 126 Jewelry repairs & Clocks 129 Landscaping 132 Lawn Mower Repair 135 Lawn Maintenance 138 Lamm Sprinkling 142 Linoleum 146 Lock Service 147 Medical/Nursing 148 Maid Service 149 Mobile Home Service 150 Moving-Storage 152 Mirrors 155 Music Instruction 157 Musical Instrument Repair 158 New Home Services 165 Painting-Decorating 170 Patios 175 Pest Control 178 Photography 180 Piano tuning 200 Plastering 215 F'tumbmg 220 Pools

RESERVES THE RIGHT NOT TO A C C E P T A N A D V E R T I S E R ' S ORDER. O B 8 E R V E R « E C C E N T R I C A D - T A K E R S HAVE NO A U T H O R I T Y TO BINO THIS N E W S P A P E R A N O O N L Y P U B L I C A T I O N OF A N A D V E R T I S E M E N T S H A L L C O N S T I T U T E FINAL A C C E P T A N C E OF THE A D V E R T I S E R S ORDER

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BUY OF BUYS - $84,900.

3 Accounting 4 Advertising 5 Air Conditioning 6 Aluminum Cleaning 9 Aluminum Siding 12 Appliance Service 15 Asphall 16 Asphalt Sealcoating 17 Auto Cleanup 18 Auto & Truck Ftepair

312 Livonia

BY OWNER 3 bedroom ranch, large family room, hardwood floors, steel sid ing, 1 year old roof, nice sire lot 14957 Arden $47,900 525-3960

21 Awnings 24 Basement Waterproofing 25 Bathtub Raftnlshlng 26 Bicycle Maintenance 27 Brick, Block & Cement 29 Boat Docks 30 Bookkeeping Service 32 Building Inspection 33 Building Ffcmodeltng 36 Burglar Fire Alarm 37 Business Machine Repair 39 Carpentry 42 Carpet Cleaning & Dying 44 Carpet Laying & Repair 52 Catering-Flowers 54 Ceiling Work 55 Chimney Cleaning 56 Chimney Building & Repair 57 Christmas Trees 58 Clock Repair 59 Commercial Steam Cleaning 60 Construction Equipment 62 Doors 63 Draperies 64 Dressmaking & Tailoring 65 DrywaM 66 Electrical 67 Electrolysis 68 Excavating 72 Fences 75 Fireplaces 78 Firewood 81 Floor Service 87 Floodlight 90 Furnace Repair 93 Furniture 95 Gas Appliance Repair

BUSINESS DIRECTORY

800 Recreational Vehicles 802 Snowmobiles 804 Airplanes 806 Boats/Motors' 'L 807 Boat Parts & Service 808 Vehicle/Boat Storage 810 Insurance, Motor 812 Morotcycles. Go-Karts. Mini-bikes "L813 Motorcycle Parts & Service 814 Campers / Motorhomes

A l l A D V E R T I S I N G P U B L I S H E D IN THE OBSERVER A E C C E N T R I C IS S U B J E C T TO THE C O N D I T I O N S S T A T E D IN THE A P P L I C A BLE R A T E C A R D COPIES OF W H I C H ARE A V A I L A B L E F R O M THE A D V E R T I S I N G D E P A R T M E N T . OBSERVER • E C C E N T R I C N E W S P A P E R S 18251 S C H O O L C R A F T R O A D LIVONIA. M I C H I G A N 4ai50. (313) 591-2300 THE OBSERVER • ECCENTRIC

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*L816 Auto/Trucks, Parts & Service 818 Auto Rentals Leasing 819 Auto Financing 820 Autos Wanted 821 Junk Cars Wanted 822 Trucks for Sale 823 Vane 824 Jeeps/4 Wheel Drive 825 Sports & Imported 852 Classic Cars 854 American Motors 856 Bulck 858 Cadillac 86
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Extended LAND CONTRACT terms negotiable. Immediate Occupancy Sharp, clean, featuring large master bedroom, basement under family room, hardwood floors, fenced landscaped yard. $71,900

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Cape Cod with dining room, 4 bedrooms, I baths, family room, attacked 2 car garage nlos more for 171.400. All offers considered. Country atmosphere

CENTURY 21 CORNERSTONE

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Canterbury Commons

June U I ISO Doral Court E of Middle belt, So off Long Lake Exciting con temporary in Wabeek Great room with cathredral ceilings A recesaed lighting Master bedroom suite has His I Her cloeets It whirlpool tub Land contract possible 1249.000 OBHO Dolly Hill - 647 5500

(1C0) Prestigiously located charming colonial offering 1st floor den. baaement. attached garage. 4 spacious bed rooms and family room with attractive brick fireplace Early occupancy 27 acre park within the development offering stream and bicycle path for sum mer fun and recreation Wood brook Hills Swim It Tennis Club membership available at a discount Possible land contract terms Sun porch $2,500 rebate allowance from seller to buyer at closing Too exciting not get involved Call now f<\ details

DURBIN COMPANY REALTORS

FAIRFIELD DEVELOPMENT CO of lers 2 new homes at East Bloomfield Farms The English Tudor is distinctive with crown moldings, herringbone brick fireplace and bays in living room, din ing room and master bedroom 1210,000 The contemporary features a stunning entertainment center spanned by a second floor bridge $219,500 Both residences include triple glazed windows and top of the line appliances Available for Sept occupancy Bloom field Hils Schools Special financing available

642-1142 N of Long Lake. W off Adams on Westview to Westman Court BIRMINGHAM 1H stories. S bed rooms, 1 bath, energy efficient, gas furnace air, updated kitchen, private backyard, blended mortgage possible 1679 Washington, 166,000 By owner 642 3669 BIRMINGHAM, 2 bedroom Ranch, ap^ pliances. near transportation A shopping, Land Contract Terms Immediate Occupancy 139,900 851 9059

Bloomfield Hills 33 Brady Lane Stately manor home, circa 1911 $ acres, 5 bedrooms, live-in quarters, 2 fireplaces, library, carnage house. 4 car garage. 3 baths, beautiful grounds, 2 screened porches, freshly decorated $425,000 Brokers protected Thomas T Demery. Broker 645 5091 BLOOMFIELD HILLS Hidden Pine Development near Long Lake A Squir rel Rds 3 year old home of 3,800 Sq Ft in recently completed 20 home develop ment $335 000 642 3682

BLOOMFIELD HILLS III N E W H O M E S 11% INTEREST • Bloomfield Schools • 4 Bedroom Colonial • Baths - Family Room • Large Din. Room & Library • $175,000 to $199,000 Rodney Lockwood & Co. 644-4024 647-0760 BY OWNER MUST SACRIFICE Beautiful Country Estate. 6W acres 3 bedroom home. 6 stall barn, fenced pas ture with riding ring and jumps Seclud ed wooded area, convenient freeway access 852 5825 or 548 0151 BY OWNER Looking for a quality home with quality location - ' 4 bed rooms. 2^« baths. New Orleans Colonial adjacent to Wabeek. Bloomfield Hills Schools. Country kitchen, neutral colors throughoul, acre landscaped lot, as sumption of 8>.4% Loan, quick avail ability Buyers only $99,500 851 5957 BY OWNER 10 room brick ranch. 3 large bedrooms, formal dining room, living room, fireplace, family room, Florida room, fin ished basement, large lot Near Cran brook School Land contract 572 Bennington Dr . Bloomfield Hills 646 1848 BY OWNER 4 bedroom colonial in B l o o m f i e l d H i l l s , professionally landscaped, community pool A tennis court Patio with gas grill, automatic sprinkler system, 7V«% assumable mortgage or blend $123,500 334 2310

Catholic Church & School Our Lady Queen Martyr v» block away Grade school open Ranch At tractive 3 bedroom all brick house with full basement and 2 car attached ga rage Birmingham schools and mailing Peaceful Beverly Hills location Newer roof and aluminum trim Possible 5 year balloon mortgage amortized over 30 years available Too good to be true Owner transferred Realistically priced for fast sale only $81,900 (Iki)

Century 21 VINCENT N LEE EXECUTIVE TRANSFER SALES

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851-4100 W BLOOMFIELD by owner Open Houae Sun 2-5 4274 Claire Drive,:, Orobard Lake Road to Lone Pine, 5 bed rooms, plus den 2700 sq ft Pine Lake privileges 11% land contact $124,500 626 3461 W BLOOMFIELD- All brick ranch. 3 bedrooms. 1W baths, formal dining room, family room, country kitchen, . sunroom. approx 2000 sq ft 1V« acre > l r t * d lot. $104,000 14 Mile/Drake Rd V area By Owner After 5 20PM 461 2629

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FARMINGTON HILLS • 4 bedrooms. 2 h baths, library with wet bar 3 car attached heated garage, with automatic door opener, sprinkling system central air & much more $115,000 477 5675

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326 C o n d o a For Sala ARCHITECTS contemporary house on Downtown Elmwood Park. Town Square co-op, 2 bedrooms, l * baths, garage, full basement, custom staircase, hardwood floors, landscaped brick paved courtyard with built-in planters l i seating, many extras. $38,500 $306 month includes maintenance A taxes After 5 30pm 393-3322

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651-6100 307 M i l f o r d - H i g h l a n d

KENDALWOOD RANCH" with nice treed lot, attached garage, many, many nice features, fireplace, room for garden Great location' BEST BUY'' in Farmington, brickk ranch with huge kitchen. I MI baths, finished rec room with fireplace, only $48,500- LAND CONTRACT COUNTRY RANCH" on half acre lot, Ipti with indirect lighting, huge dining room A kitchen, spacious living room, sunken tub, only $59,999'

Large! trees, shade a charming 3 bed room cape cod home in Mllfora village Extremely nice, interior hardwood floors, cove ceilings, oak woodwork Fireplace. 2 car garage City water A sewer 5 minutes to GM PG $63,900 Special Terms LC or assumption Gentry Real Estate. 887 3733

308 Rochester-Troy BY OWNER • Troy near Birmingham and Somerset Assume 9V«% mortgage 4 bedroom colonial, 2 1 * baths, finished basement, fireplaced family room, for t, $116,500 Eve's, 643-7665

ROCHESTER • 2 bediuuui ranch. 1 bath, full baaement, washer, dryer, all kitchen appliance* Below market value at $51,900 • * % simple assumption available. 652 9399 hOYAL OAK - Coventry Park- immedi f t * occupancy Land Contract or mortgage assumption on this beautiful location 2 bedroom. 2 * bath, fireplace, full basement, patio, freshly decorated with new carpeting Must see to appreciate By owner S41 -2429 252-7910 ROYAL OAK - 12 Mi l i Woodward, new 1 bedroom units, $5000 down or rent with option U \ buy 2420 Benjamin. Meadow Mgt I n S B q g e 151-4070 SOUTH BLVD - BY OWNER Between Adams It Opdjjke 1 bedroom efficiency Cotado, completely carpeted Kitchen appliances Inttode dishwasher and disposal Patio, carport Low assumable 12% RRM mortgage, $24,000 (R-1794)Call 642 1620 SOUTHFIELD- AH terms considered Beautiful Contemporary Multi-Level (studio ceiling) Condo Earthtones 2 bedrooms, IVk baths, 2 balconies, attached garage Absolute Move In condimciwu garage npsoiuie move lace Love tion Family room with firepla ly view of Commons $77,900 259-8100 569 4489 Ext 242 or After 6PM

TROY NORTHFIELD HILLS Choice ranch model, 2 bedroom end unit, cathedral ceiling, fireplace, central air. appliances By owner $42,000 Land contract 8 5pm. 645-0740 TROY - Northfield Hills, 2 bedrooms, 14 baths, sunken living room, central air, appliances, pool It clubhouse, $74,900 Land Contract 9 4 % 641-9291

WESTLAND 7516 Culpepper, lust off Bear Creek Warren »een Joy Rd L Warren Close to GM Tech Center Professional- Livonia Schools 3 bedrooms, 1 4 baths, ly decorated, 2 bedroom, 1W bath, fin- [arage finished basement, stove, re ished basement, garage, enclosed deck, rigerator, air 104% assumable Must grill $76,500 Owner. 268-1364 sell $82,000 851 0692 9 4 % ASSUMABLE mortgage available 29035 W Tiffany 2 bedroom, 2 4 bath brick 2 story condo, end unit Attached garage with opener Shown by appointment only, 253-0452

327 Duplaxaa For Sala CANTON • 3 BEDROOM Duplex, 2 baths, air, attached garage, extras As sume 7 4 % mortgage For appoint ment call after 5 30 PM 453-1550

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VINCENT N LEE EXECUTIVE TRANSFER SALES

PLYMOUTH Wedgewood Village, lovely 2 bedroom, 2 story, 1H baths, f i r * place, attached garage, concrete patio. Byappt 4ft«749

SOUTHFIELD, Evergreen Woods Condominium, custom decor, 2 bedrooms, cathedral ceiling, fireplace, laundry room, garage, many extras, excellent terms Call after 5 PM 254-2621

FOR ALL YOUR LAND NEEDS Consult a Specialist Land Realty 255-2700

Snyder Kinney & Bennett

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FARMINGTON 4 bedroom house, 1 level, IVi lots By Owner $64,500 Call 477-7924

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330 Apts. For Sala BIRMINGHAM AREA 2 bedroom. 1 v, bath townhouse. 3 years BIRMINGHAM old, all large rooms, carpeting, kitchen 48 units, ideal for conversion Terms with oak cabinets and all G E appliSteve, Days, 557-0770 ances. full basement, gas heat, central Evenings. 851-3288 air conditioning, attached garage with opener, extra parking spaces Excellent EXCLUSIVELY OEFFERED BY condition $69,950 $6,950 down 11% PERRY REALTY Land Contract Immediate occupancy For appointment call 646-7991 First offering Ann Arbor, twelve 2 bed room brick, rent $415 A rare opportuBIRMINGHAM 2 bedroom townhouse nity $100,000 down, terms, $425,000 condo, fully carpeted, air, basement, land contract 886-6454 I should buy this myself " Northville, 4 BLOOMFIELD HILLS Concord Place unit (separate utilities), hot area, $10V0OO. terms, $25,000 down, 104% on Opdyke. near 175 2 bedroom, m baths, sunken living room with beamed unit Westland, $110,000 Land Con ceiling, carpeting, appliances $53,900, flexible financing By Owner 646-7318 tract or $95,000 assumption of existing Land Contract BY OWNER - beautiful condo on Wabeek Lake, priced to sell, 6 unit Garden City, $165 000, terms 335-9303 833 1600 Now is the Best Opportunity to Buy" CRESTWOOD CONDOS Plymouth One 478 7640 bedroom, ground floor, basement Good location, over 50 years only No children or pets, $46,000 455-7830 332 M o b i l a H o m a a

FARMINGTON HILLS Echo Valley 2 For Sala bedrooms 2 baths Appliances, drapes, HILLTOP VIEW Custom built 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2W bath carpeting Days, 354 0610. evenings. BEAUTIFUL MOBILE Home near Pe 553 2731 toskey is located ui Bay Shore Villa on quad level Well designed features with Little Traverse Bay with access to lake, Thompson-Brown quality throughout Wood thermo pane FARMINGTON HILLS. 2 bedroom, m bedroom It bath, large living & dining windows, ceramic foyer, brick walled bath $62,000 Open Sat A Sun 1 to 5 MEADOWBROOK HILLS" Stunning fireplace in family room, wet bar Ex room, convenient kitchen, immaculate One of a Kind" Quad lever tucked into tensive beams l i crown molding Pro- PM Call for details A directions condition. Includes custom built skirt851-8026 ing It storage shed, many extras tyicely a glorious wooded setting, lots of priva fessionally landscaped lot includes macy including a secluded sun deck off ture Blue spruce trees Balcony off FARMINGTON HILLS, lovely 2 bed landscaped yard, perfect summer or remaster bedroom 4 bedrooms. 1st floor master suite Living at it's best' room, I MI bath Townhouse, attached tirement home, $9500 616-347-6999 laundry, 2 ^ baths, family room, natu $158,900 garage, washer, dryer, many extras CHATEAU NOVI-Adult section ral fireplace, circular drive and many Well priced LC terms available Snyder Kinney & Bennett Sacrifice 2 bedroom. 2 bath, 14 x65 ft extras $179,900 553-2147 ith 7x23 ft Expando, kitchen appliEarl Keim Realty 261 -1600 FARMINGTON River Glen Condo. 1st ances, central air, make offer Mon 589-2850 floor 2 bedroom home with basement, Fri

STARTER PRICE $37,900

GALLERY of HOMES

walking distance to shopping, $47,500 COLONADE 1979- 14 Ft x 65 Ft with 474 3328 fireplace, excellent condition, must sell PROUD TUDOR 4 bedroom, formal FOR THE DISCRIMINATING BUYER In Canton area Ask for Doug 398 1446 More than just a starter home, on coun- living/dining room, open family room/ "EXTRAORDINARY" is the only word try like street, over 1450 sq ft.. 3 bed fireplace, cathedral beamed ceilings, to describe this elegant 3 bedroom. 2 DETROITER 14x70, moving, must sacbath Condominium with attached ga rooms, natural fireplace in living room, professionally decora ted/landscaped, rifice 2 bedroom, Thermal windows, breezeway & attached garage, double tiled basement. 2 car garage Simple rage This is True Luxury at a reason shed, listed at $16,900 Going for assumption/blend $107,000 879-8175 able price with Land Contract terms $13,900 Can stay on lot, Nov! 349-7403 gas grill, priced below market $96,900 Call 626 3800 GOOD LAND CONTRACT TERMS

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RICHTER4 ASSOC I 522 3500 SUPER FAMILY HOME on nearly 1 acre in prime loca Hon of Farmington Hills There are 4 extra large bed rooms, a nice library and mas sive family room with fireplace There are mihy attractive features including possi ble Land Contract terms $134,900* Call for details • 553 8700

Thompson-Brown BRIGHTON BHANDYWINE FARMS I2'4% Mortgage Money Available We Cooperate With Brokers Ix»t 26, 2800 sq ft. colonial. 5 bedroom. 2W bath, formal dining room, carpeted, walkout basement, deck, Anderson windows, first floor laundry, large acre lot $128,000

BEACON SQUARE LAND CONTRACT TERMS Wolok built 4 bedroom, 2 * bath corner house Beautifully landscaped, beam family room with fireplace, patio, den, large living/dining area, built in vacuum, electronic furnace filter, newly carpeted, central air, circular drive, ceramic fewer Buyers only Asking $108,000 Call after 6pm 353 0551

CUSTOM BRICK RANCH 3 bedroom home on V« acre lot that fea ture* 2 natural fireplaces, 2 baths, fam ily room, attached 2 car garage with electric door openers Simple Assumption at 9% Interest Priced to sell at $86,900

GARLING Realty 453-4800

651-6100

ROCHESTER BY OWNER Charming maintenance free home R e modeled kitchen, dining room, living room. den. fireplace, excellent condl tion Redwood deck, 2W car garage with opener Simple 12V. assumption $77,900 Days. 651 6200 After 6pm. 652 7853

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ENJOY YOUR LOVELY VIEW of wooded area from this 2 bedroom Condo with attached garage Immediate occupancy. also Lease with Option to Buy All appliances included $69,900 Call 626 3800

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For Sale N LAPEER COUNTY extraordinary 40 acre Mradiae of pines, birch It thousands of other majeetic trees, Encompassed on 2 sides by wide, fast flowing fresh water stream, high elevation banks overlooks stream 4 afford a multitude of outstanding building sites Accessible by private road carved thru pine forest f W e u no more scenic ex-

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BEAUTIFUL EXECUTIVE home year round ok Burt Lake 5 bedrooms, 4 car garage on 1 acre lot 7 years old. By owner (016)529-4590 or (212)711-4477

424-4024

SOUTHFIELD - Residential site 245' frootage x 240' deep $15,500

BEAUTIFUL year round country bome on 10 acres of pine, well insulated 4 bedroom cedar ranch, 2 baths room, dining room with V« in solid flooring, family room with fireplace, master bedroom 18 X 24, full baaement, attached 2 car garage, many extras. 1 Mi miles S. of Atlanta, Mich , on county maintained road Excellent hunting & fishing Must sacrifice $85,000 Photos svailable Call 421 2899

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CINDER block 1 bedroom summer home on Skidway Lake near West branch New roof, oil heat, insulated, paiwlled, carpeting 335-9924 GAYLORD - Michaywe, Total leisure community with its host of amenities It up north stmoaphere Fish, Hike. Cham pionship 18 hole golf Tennis 6 Ski Clubhouse includes saunas & indoor outdoor pool Beautiful wooded lot Price l i terms negotiable 626-0324

BLOOMFIELD HILLS

GRAYLING-ROSCOMMON-GAYLORD Secluded 2 4 and 10 acre parcels with lake or river access Low down Rolling hardwoods Write Au Sable-Manistee Realty, Inc., PO Box 565, Grayling. Mi 49738 Or call 517 248 6211

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HARBOR SPRINGS, custom built beau tifully landscaped 3 bedroom 3 bath 3 ACRE ESTATE LOT Home, in Birchwood Farm Estate, loLone Pine Rd. cated 3 miles W of Harbor Springs, fea tures include panaramic view o f L i t t l e $325,000. Owner. Traverse Bay, 2 stone fireplaces, rec room, with wet bar, thousand square feet of Cedar deck, with gas grill, heat pump L underground water system, aminities at Birchwood include Gub House, championship golf course, 2 75 acres, S E, corner Charing Cross It swimming ng pool, pool It tennis courts Price Woodward Zoned 1 acre, single family 616 526-6775 $195,000 Terms available, brokers pro $179,000 Call after 6PM tec ted INDIAN RIVER Area • 2 bedroom ranch type home, almost 3 acres, needs repair $10,000 or best offer 525-4618

352-2220

Bloomfield Hills

Thomas T. Demery BROKER

645-5091

LAKE CHARLEVOIX Enjoy the summer in this unusual resort home located on the North shore of Lake Charlevoix This buyers market wont last forever, so get up to God's country and take advantage of a great opportunity to own a part of this beautiful country For more information call Tom Molesta , Preferred Properties 957 2032 582-2950

BRANDON TWP 11 acres, excellent perc. area of lovely new homes, backs to state land $27,000 254 2780 BY OWNER. 2 acre lot, Farmington Hills, 12 Mile, Orchard Lake Rd area Ready to build on $24,900 538-7166

TRAVERSE CITY AREA

IDEAL SITES FOR SOLAR Land contract terms available Bloom field Hills Schools Each approximately one acre Sewers, water, g4s It electric Fairfield Development Co 642-1142 LARGE LOT • 100x200 near 12 Oaks Small quiet subdivision, sewers includ ed $18,000 349-5533

LIVONIA Jacquelyn near Middlebelt 616-941-4500 Large lot. $18,000 WALLOON LAKE - Petoskey area, Rillston R E 846-1030 summer It winter lakefront 2 bedroom cottage, totally remodeled, fireplace, beach t dock, storage garage, by owner, terms possible. 616-582-9468, eves 616 582-9653

WABEEK

A few choice lots remain in Wabeek North and South. Bloomfield Hills Schools. For information call

336 Florida Proparty For Sala

STUART. FLORIDA Beautiful 2 bed room. 2 bath condo, second floor end unit, furnished or unfurnished, all appliances. must sell. $58,500 313-645-1322 WEST BLOOMFIELD lake view lot, country setting, wooded, boat It beach privileges on Upper Straits lake $24,900 After 4pm 682-1582 339 Lots and Acreaga

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MILFORD Beautiful 2 3 acres on Huron River near Proud I Jke $22,500,1 .and Contract South Lyon 437 0926 437 9565 PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP 1 acre building site Fferked. pnvate road, gas A water available Land contract terms $24,900 437-5060

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Fully improved unique custom home sites located in Chambord Villas Sub Serviced by Bloomfield Hills Schools Individual and builder lots available

A.J. Macksey Co. 851-2300 (9AM-5PM, Monday*Friday)

309 Royal O a k - O a k Park Huntington W o o d s ASSUMPTION at 10Vi% or wrap around Shrine area 1605 Houstonla 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, large deck with gas BBQ, 2 * car garage, many extras $77,500 548 7457 BERKLEY BY OWNER 11Vi% financing 2 story, spacious, charming, new kitchen, carpeting, roof 2 1 bedrooms, garage. $52,000 544-5248 or Business. 642-6454 ENGLISH TUDOR Huntington Woods. 4 bedrooms, 2Wi baths, ultra modern kitchen, custom family room, screened porch Many built - ins, assumable mortgage Finished basement Recently dec orated 542-7600, 542-2970

Ed F. Johns & Associates 647-6300 LAKEFRONT CONDO exclusive, spa clous luxury condo, 2 bedrooms. 2 lull baths It every extra Attached garage L convenlent.location $87,500 624-7290 LOOKING FOR AN ATTRACTIVE LOW COST CONDO'" Here's a sharply decorated 3 bedroom Gem in Country Place With a very nice kitchen and nook, private patio, garage l i appliances Excellent Land Contract terms available $74,900 Call 553-8700

Thompson-Brown LUXURIOUS Bloomfield Hills condo. exceptionally priced at $170,500 Effective 8 I-81 $185,900 956 4328 or 839 5406

MEADOWBROOK HILLS 2 bedrooms, 1 4 baths. 2 car garage, all upgraded ROYAL OAK - Shrine, Vinsetta area, Assumable 9 4 % mortgage $92,900 Cape Cod, 4 bedrooms, m baths, large After 6pm, 275-1221 family room, formal dining room, 2 * car garage, central air, Targe treed ONE BEDROOM condo in Farmington yard, many extras $87,900 548-2052 Hills Pool, tennis, carport, laundry room Outstanding simple assumption available. $50,900 855-2188 or 968-2791

310 Union Laka Commarca

COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, assumable 7Mi% mortgage. 3 or 4 bedroom quad level, lake privileges, many extras, $84,000 778 0848

nestled In the pines. 5 bedrooms, 2 4 baths Custom designs All built-ins t Jenn Air in country kitchen Sky lights In cathedral ceiling ± many extras thru-out Cloee to skiing 4 golfing Easy access to 1-75. Price $ l i 9,000 294 1264 CLARKSTON (447) Custom English Tu dor, superior throughout Exceptional wooded, landscaped lot, 4 bedrooms. 2 4 baths, 2 fireplaces. Many built-lns Builders own home, executive luxury Arlene Dunn 694-1011 or Evenings 454-4002. Bekkerlng Realtors

FRANKLIN T€RMS! TERMS! TERMS! Spacious & bedroom Colonial. 1st floor Master Suite. 2 fireplaces, pool, beauti fully lawtocaped Purchasers Only* 552 2-2112 HEART of Metamora Hunt, quaint 1047 schoolhouae on 10 wooded acres. 400 x440' small barn, 4 bedrooms, apximately 2400sqft $75,000 land conct terms. Please call mornin^onl^r LAKE ORION I 2 bedroom ranch. 1 4 I bath, t e l l bee! 2 4 car garage City water A sewers, gas beet, lot Owner financing 900.000. lMUH'H

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PEBBLE CREEK CONDO Second story ranch Top quality Custom interior All wool carpeting, drapes 2 bedrooms. baths, 1 with whirlpool tub, plus den, large custom Muschler kitchen with built ins and laundry room Full tiled baaement, large cedar closet. atUched ;arage, intercom thru-out. 2500 sq ft $149,000 with assumable mortgage of $51,000 at 6 4 % By owner Callfor appointment after 6pm, 851-7344

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NOVI • 1980 Fairmont, 12x70, 2 bed rooms Includes fireplace, dishwasher, stove, refrigerator $16,000 After 6 248 9692 SCHULT 1978, 2 bedroom 2 bath, washer dryer, dishwaser, stay on lot Financing available $13,000 461-0854

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RHf"T WITH Option to buy Rochester King's Cove Condominiums New 2 6 2 bedroom townhouses with fireplace, full baaement. patio L garage We offer clubhouse, pool, tennis courts, etc 652 1800 after I PM (Cloeed Thursdays). Beachum L Roeser Homes. Inc

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Call Weekdays - 646-5600 Eves - Weekends - 641-8668 ROCHESTER - Kings Cove, brand new It ready for immediate occupancy, luxury townhouse, 2 bedrooms, 2 4 baths, kitchen appliances, air conditioning, garage. baaement. clubhouse. $45,900 Easy terms on LC. svailable. 204-9595 254-2194 ROCHESTER • Meadowbrook Condo By owner. 2 car u r a g e , 2 levels of living space, many oeluxe features 275-1209 ROCHESTER-South Knolls, on Great Oaks Country Cleb, 2 bedrooms, 2 full & 2 half baths, den, large family room, 2 fireplaces, 2 car garage, large aaeumable mortgage. 1 year old 052-0202

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AU CRES. Lot 50x110, 20x24 garage, new septic, new well, 150 ft from Au Gres River, excellent Perch It Salmon fishing, $7500 1-437 5839

4 SPACES White Chapel Cemetery Excellent l o 851 1456 A 10% LC. magnificent 3 bedroom. 2 cation, good price Call bath, lakefront tri-level New carpeting. great view Clarkston/Ortonvjlle 351 Bus. A Professional area $85,000 $8,500 down $780 a month including taxes or 114% mort Bldgs. For Sals gage available 627-2849 or 626 0562 DOWNTOWN PLYMOUTH BEAUTIFUL year round custom buiH Recently remodeled 9 room building 8 bome with 5 extra lots on pnvate. pa carpeted offices or 5 plus income apart trolled lake near Houghton Lake Will ment Good parking Liberal terms separate 693 7178 452-2236 or 455-9400 BOYNE CITY The Undings Condo In eluding boat slip, fully furnished, f i r e place, second floor $105,000 11% I .and Contract 313 665-8000 616-582 9845

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BRIGHTON - Ore Lake privileges FOR SALE Prime retail building in Sharp 3/4 bedroom bnck h aluminum heart of downtown Royal Oak shopping quad with doorwalls on 2 levels leading Super income potential Up U) 5000 sq ft usable area Fire damage requires to deck & patio Convenient location new roof A other repair Price $55,000 all sports lake $76,900 Call Owner 6444791 ISLAND I.AKE All sports lake Locat HARSENS ISLAND 2 apartmentv ed off Grand River near 1 23 Sharp 3 plus summer retail shop St Clair Riv bedroom ranch with super entertain er, 60 miles N of Detroit Fantastic ment areas in family room, gathering view, by owner 748 3623 room & deck 2 fireplaces ' gnll Terms availaljje HOLLY Commercial building 6 000 Sq Ft Best LA VERNE EADY ASSOCIATES INC location 3 acres Terms 626 4711 227 4744 Call Ike 634 4611 NOVI. 3,000 sq ft house Call

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80ft of your own lakefront, seawall It dock on the largest & most desirable lake in the area 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 fireplaces, perfect for entertaining A living the good life By owner $175,000 For appointment call ,482 2321

For Sale BIRMINGHAM Modern 12 unit luxurv apartment building with carports Ex celient location Full occupancy Ideal lax shelter Asking $42 000 per una I-and contract possible with substantial down Buyers only Call between 10 AM and 3 PM 64 3 6404 If no answer call 646 7535

"4 & Howell, ooe half acre 2 bedoom mod ern aluminum ranch Attached garage $69,900 537 6869 535 6972 GLADWYN AREA • 2 lake lots with plush 2 bedroom mobil bome Winter ized large utility shed, beautiful natural setting, 4 miles from city Negotiable terms 517 426-6190

INVESTMENT PROPERTY 2 acre> on 14 Mile Rd in Walled Lake Proper ly includes nice Tri level home « 13 Rental Units Easy Assignable 8 ^ Land Contract Must sell due to other inter ests in N Michigan $196 900 471 -0159

HIGH. DENSELY Wooded 14 acre on small private lake Excellent fishing. 6 miles § of Brighton on paved road, with all homes in $100,000 class $22,500 with 10% Down on 12% Land Cootract H D Weir. 231-1819

SOUTHFIELD 10 Mile Beech Area Commercial Office Site 125 i 257 $54,500 Acre Bloomfield Twp Site Located off Telegraph Rd Existing 2 bedroom home $70,000 - Terms available Lav erne Eady A Associates Inc 626-471 1

LAKE MICHIGAN FRONTAGfc Near Harbor Springs, also beautifully wooded bluff A beach view lots with panoramic view A beach access For appointment Phone 616-526-6158

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NICE Raised Ranch. 3 bedroom. 2 bath Elizabeth Lakefront Home Loaded with possibilities, $80,000 or best offer Shown by appointment only 673 0551

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CASS LAKE, Canal front in Waterford Existing Land Contracts Purchased Twp 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Franklin fire Call for Quotes Selling Your Home" place in knotty pine living room Boat Contact us for financing possibilities dock $68,900, land contract terms with DETROIT BOND A MORTGAGE $5,000 down 693-2012 INVESTMENT (X) 32969 Hamilton Blvd Suite 112 BUILDER has 3 lakefront homes Must Farmington Hills Mich 48018 liquidate immediately Ortonville/ Call 553 7545 Clarkston area No 1 Three bedroom ranch, No 2 Three bedroom. Three bath INCREASE YOUR INCOME tri-level No 3 Three bedroom. 2Vi bath Mortgage for sale 17% return for tn-level Fabulous bargains. Chuck, $6500 Secured by residential home 627 2849 or 626 0562 Monthly check 455 2901

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18252 M i d d l e b e l t Choose trom 2 Bedrooms • 2 Baths or • 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath A p a r t m e n t • Fully Carpeted throughout • Master 1 V A n t e n n a for ideal T V reception including L'Hf • Whirlpool 30" Electric Range • Whirlpool 13.8 cu. ft. Automatic 2-door Refrigerator • Whirlpool Automatic Dishwasher • Outside Vented Range & Hood Fan • A u t o m a t i c JFire Alarm System • Intercom Security Electronic Buzzer System • Practical Foyer allows entrance t o e i t h e r Kitchen oi i iving Room • Spacious Living Room adioins large Dining Room • Big Bedrooms with Walk In Closets • Very practical I N - U N I T Storage area with Sprinkler System • An individual Car Port with each A p a r t m e n t • Sound C o n d i t i o n i n g and our exterior design and "Award W i n n i n g " Landscaping 477-6448 . C l o e e to S c h o o l s , Shopping, Churches, [ ^ 1 Freeways and Fun I WUXOHUCKILfillKI

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PRICED TO SELL' OPEN SUN 2-5 In very desireable Stratford Manor 2 bedrooms plus studio/bedrootn, dramatic 2 story entrance, spacious living room k dining area Excellent large kitchen A breakfast room. Indoor/out45475 Michigan Ave (US. 12) door pools See It at 117 Stratford Lane, 2 miles West of P275 at Belleville Rd. off Walton Blvd $45,000 On L C or as- Canton sume

PARKVIEW CEMCTARY Livonia • Garden of Memory. Section 570 Two graves $795 for both Call 724 9205

WHITE CHAPEI 2 adjacent spaces, excellent location Block I. $800 Call Dey» 545 2497 Evenings 861-5310

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LIBERTY 1973, 12x25 Westland, Joy near Middlebelt Adult park Furnished.

KNOLLWOOD MEMORIAL, The Gar dan of Ragged Croea, 4 lots. $44 each Will separate Canton Twp Ford A Ridge Rds 445 2»02

CANADIAN country estate, 100' water GLEN EDEN front lot. 150' deep Excellent hunting It Garden of Victory, section 952 fishing Ready to build $29,500 Til 4 graves. $250 each bury, Ontario, Canada 1-519-682 2920 616 396 2174

APARTMENTS

If you are seeking large (over half acre) lake view residential site in one of Oakland County's most prestigious communities look no further For appointment call MR HELLIE

851-5400 or 851-1729 THOMAS & POMEROY REALTY INC. - BROKER

349 C e m e t e r y Lota

CHALET, must sell. Villa De Char TWO ADJACENT cemeUry spaces in levoix, by builder Below bank appra most desirable section of White Chapel Present cost sial, assume $45,000 bank mortgage, Memorial Cemetary 124%, 4 bedrooms, 2 bsths. Mansard $1350 Will sell $995 Call after 5 20pm 216 844 4128 roof, 1000 sq.ft. deck, wooded lot, dra penes It carpeted, fireplace, refngera tor h range e, bar, many extras, $59,900 WALLOON LAKE 212-249-0276 614-502-7544 Between Petoskey A Boyne Ctty Choice lakefront lot 150ft wide IRISH HILLS area, Lake Columbia, Phooe 614 582 7515 offshore lot with lake view in Bayview ACACIA PARK 4 lots, section S. in Shores Call between 9am-5pm, 541 8975 470-1717 Birmingham $750

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LIBERTY 1969, 2 bedrooms, window air conditioning, new furnace h water heater, skirting Good condition $7000 negotiable Southfield 252-5162

YEAR ROUND home on all sports lake 25 min from Birmingham 7 min northwest of Pine Knob Terms a r t o t i able By Owner 4J7 JJ0S

4 0 0 A p a r t m e n t s For Rent

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wooded acres. Land Contract terms, or lease with option to buy 781-9024

CASS LAKEFRONT

Ideal location with 164' on ooe o< Oakland County's most preferred lakes Perfect for year round recreation 2 bedrooms, I full. 2 half bsths. boatwell. boathouse. very large backyard 25x11' sundeck on south facing lake view 2 car remote garage, fireplace, complete landscaping, bufltln sprinklers, oversised therm<^>ane windows, aluminum siding, modernised kitchen with Jen nAire It Kitchenaid dishwaaher Contemporary furnishings 11% assumable mortgage with L C available $109,000 ' 64H>597

FARMINGTON HILLS, 131x126 all utilities, septic $13,000 356-6347

MUST SELL cheap 5.10 or 20 acre parcels Prime rolling hardwood on county FARMINGTON HILLS roads with utilities Approximately 4 Approximately 1 acre treed lot located miles to Boyne Mt Easy land contract near stream Gas. electric h sewer terms Will split call anytime 553-8314 $25,000 or best offer 528-2591 Beautiful Long Lake 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, family room, sauna. 2 garages and many extras Easy terms $50,000 down, 11% interest, land contract $209,000 Call Mike Shirley STIRKMAN It ASSOC, REALTORS 731 S GARFIELD TRAVERSE CITY,, MI 49684

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Property For Sale

FAlrfPOINT 1979, 70 x 14, Plymouth Hills Park, 2 bedrooms, natural fireplace, large lot 455 6636

CONIX) ELEGANCE at an Economy Price1 3 bedrooms, 14 baths, finished ROCHESTER. 2600 sq f t , Country recreation room, attached garage French Colonial, executive type home, Many extras Assumable Mortgage hilltop setting, 4 bedroom, den, family $65,900 Call 626-3800 MOBILE HOMES room, living room, diing room, bath, intercom, professional landscape, DON'T RENT we have a great selec many extras, $119,900 Price reduced Hon of homes in SOUTHFIELD. PLYM low for ouick sale, building new bome OUTH & WARREN Pnces start at Assumable mortgage available $3,000 2 4 3 bedrooms with very low 527-4127 or 652 1481 Among some of the finest residential down and long term financing Many properties in bloomfield, we have for sale a few luxury condominiums, each have warranties Located on 8 Mile be* TROY tween Lasher It Telegraph 252-5775 having a different design They all LOCATED NEAR ADAMS ROAD 4 bedroom colonial with large beautiful include such features as. 1 pool including spa, patio, Gazebo. 2 * • Jacuzzi baths, library, family room/fireplace, • Electronic Air Filter dining room, first floor laundry, rec • Power Humidifier room, air conditioned, oversized 2 car • Alarm System garage, large private back yard located • Pre wiring for TV on quiet cul-de-sac Close to schools, • Refrigerator with Ice Maker MOBILE HOMES Somerset A Birmingham shopping Fi • Microwave Oven nancing available Blend rate or land • Sprinkler System contract 4296 Wentworth 643-6945 • Completely Unscaped We think we have the best product TROY available for sale in the Bloomfield REPOSSESSION We have a good seRanch. $87,900 Land Contract Hills area Come by our model office at, lection of these homes ready for immeor Assumption 25% Down 4102 Golf Ridge Dr for a first hand diate occupancy and well below current 689 7983 ' inspection See why we believe in our market value Long term financing WASHINGTON, LOCKWOOD HILLS, product Will custom build to suit Built with as low as 10% Call now 352-5775 custom Ranch. 2 r o l l i n g heavily by Ed F Johns

AUBURN HEIGHTS-By owner Near Oakland Univ Sharp 3 bedroom alumi FOUR bedroom brick ranch, large lot num ranch, many features Assumable 272-2824 on Beech Rd across from Beech wood mortgage or land contract Recreation Center, call for details. BY OWNER , 257-0127 CLARKSTON Rustic conieniporary

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LAKE SHERWOOD, 150ft lakefron FARMINGTON HILLS By owner 2 bedroom ranch, country kitchen, tage, 3 bedroom brick It stone Tribasement, 2 car garage, lot 62x158 Level, 2W baths, walk-out finished famMint condition $46,000 477-1717 ily room l i dining room, living room with dual fireplace. 2 car garaget. Farmington Hills, recently Remodeled sprinkling system. $150,000 Land Con3 bedroom Ranch, new roof, new car tract • 685 7806 eting, fireplace in family room. 44.500 474-4537

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851-4100 SOUTHFIELD Nine Mile//Telegraph area 2 bedroom ranch, large fenced lot Land contract By owner 254-5465 or 521-4129

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NINE MILE/Beech area Immaculate 3 bedroom, 2W bath brick ranch, fire 851-4100 place, family room, formal dining room, large Florida room 2Vi car at tached garage, acre treed lot Assume 354-2583 Describes this spacious 3 bedroom split 8'4% mortgage $102,000 level In beautiful Kendallwood Sub , 1W baths, family room with natural fire- THREE PLUS TWO bedroom custom built and decorated brick ranch Fami place and 2 car attached K 8 ly room with fireplace, full basement firepl $89,900 11% mortgage $78,900 254-2414

LOT 72, 2650 sq ft . 4 bedroom, 2<* bath, formal dining room. Solarian floor in kitchen and dining area, family room with fireplace, carpeted, first floor laundry, large deck, on acre wood edlot $128,000 Take I 96 to Pleasant Valley Road (Exit CONTEMPORARY QUAD Builder's own 3650 sq ft.. 5 bedroom. 150), go north V4 mile on Pleasant Val3>* plus half bath, custom built home ley Rd to Burgoyne Drive, go right to Family room and guest suite, formal models dining room, custom kitchen, circular Lake Oak Builders. Inc 227-7350 drive, central air. alarm system, and for total enjoyment, an inground 20x38 BRIGHTON - 3 bedroom, gas heat, fireheated pool Land Contract 10to% or place, 2W car finished garage, full walk out baaement. marble sills, $44,900 1 3 * % mortgage available $249,000 Days 229 7594 Eves 544-7750 For appointment, call weekdays 352 2612, weekends 569 1050

BY OWNER 4 bedroom contemporary ranch, 2,400 sq f t , 2 baths, 2 fireplaces, 2 car garage Large assumable mortgage Firmly priced $115,000 6610837

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CHARMING 3 bedroom brick ranch on ivate lot with many trees Natural eplace in living room, florida room. Oil .500 StraithRealty Co lnc 559 8570

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SOUTHFIELD By Owner 3 bedroom ranch, large well treed lot, 2% garage fireplace, etc , etc $45,500 Ask for D Miller, between 10aro-5pm, 476-1700

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LATHRUP VILLAGE • EXCEPTION AL ASSUMPTION IN THIS TIME OF N.W DETROIT. 2 bedroom, aluminum HIGH I N T E R E S T R A T E S THIS I Ranch, full finished basement, Mt.MO 1 0 * % ASSUMPTION IS A 2V> c l r garage. Nice area $24,004 RARE FIND THIS ASSUMPTION IS Only Must Move 474 1922 O F F E R E D ON A QUALITY S BEDROOM COLONIAL WITH A LIBRARY FEATURING CENTRAL A I R , 324 Othar S u b u r b a n SCREENED PORCH AND NEWLY LAND6CAPED YARD. fil.tOO HomaaForSala ASK FOR DOUG WHITEHOUSE IN COUNTRY CLOSE IN # 1,400 aq ft 2 bedroom, IVi bath ranch with tvt car attached garage Fire557-6700 place Situated on 101 acres 20x20 pole barn $77,500 Lathrup Village OREN NELSON REAL ESTATE (Ira)Brick ranch offering Trooms, S 449 4444 bedrooms, and 2 full baths Special feaEvenings. 449-2915 or 449-4444 tures include wall to wall fireplace in family room, aeparate dining room, LAPEER AREA. kitchen eating space, full baaement. central air. attached garage, and much, Brick and wood bi-level vuilr in 79 with 2446 square feet of living area. Loaded much more. Approx 1750 so ft. of attractive living area This seller will at- with extra's like beat pump, fireplace, tempt to create flexible financing to oak wood work and cabinets, pantry meet the purchaser s needs Price re- central vacuum, nice pond and f t cently reduced Only $41,900 ML18312 acres. $145,000

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478-4660

BY OWNER Affordable luxury ranch. Assumable 81% mortgage 4 bedrooms, SVi baths. 3 fireplaces Finished walkout basement Gas heat, central air 1120,000 47I-J255

n-Quarton Lake Estates 1074 Suffield Charming 1 story, I bedroom colonial, library, bested Florida CANTERBURY COMMONS 4 bedroom room A large recreation room, wet pl*at«r, cored ceilings & oak floors Colonial, 2 Mi baths, den. family room, Walk to Qnarton Schools Assumable formal dining room, central air, patio, gas BBQ, extras Land contract availmortgage By owner S1U.M0 444 M l able 1120,000 151-3693

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OOIN OPERATED video game route for sale 855 9539

BR I DIAL SHOP Reasonable Fully stocked Owner leaving state Call after 6PM 420-0712

TRAVERSE CITY Party Store SDD/SDM, 130.000 down, liberal f i nancing, long lease, call after 6 PM Serious inquiries please 618-934-1740

DECORATING BUSINESS (hkmJ location. Plymouth area Asking $12.000 455 9474,453 2083 455 6686

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FOR SALE 1200 000 EDC Bonds 14% Tax (ree. Will secure Call I. Barnett 334 9514 After 5pm 698 1777 ART GALLERY needs working ig partner with capital to Invest Birmini righam location must be interested in all phases of the gallery business Call Eves be tween $-9 pm 645 2741

GROUND FLOOR' Former Amway Diamonds, have new business offering 20% retirements Join hundreds of former Directs, Pearls 4 Emeralds Windsor 519-944-5780

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Heat Included • 6 M o n t h Leases Available

645-1191 BIRMINGHAM downtown, 1 bed room, 1 bath condo on lovely Ann St $400 mo plus security. Minimum I yr lease After 6pm 645-2075

BIRMINGHAM intown Immediate occupancy 1 bedroom apartment $250 per month Professionals preferred Call after 5pm 626 8261 BIRMINGHAM, Lincoln House Apart ments Walk to Downtown, easy access to buses Deluxe 2 bedroom, fully car peted, self-cleaning oven, frost free re mgerator, dishwasher, central heat 4 air conditioning Rental from $410 a month Call for appointment 645-2999

541-3332

BIRMINGHAM Luxury Townhouses 1

3 B e d r o o m s , 2 /2 Baths

Charterhouse

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Fully Carpeted, Central air, Dishwasher, Full basemnet. Private Entrance Private Patio Great value at $495 a month Corner Eton, 2 blocks S of Maple 1911 Villa 644 1300

16300 W. 9 Mile

Southfield

IN W I X O M At I ' o n t ,ic T mm & Beck R d s ( T a k e BecK Rd E x i t n.Tth t " lies f r o m I 9 6 ) O p e n d a i l y & w e e k e n d s 11 a m 7 p m S o r r y n o p e ^ Phone: 624-6464

BIRMINGHAM NEW 2555 Maple. E of Eton 2 bedrooms with balconies, burglar alarm system, carpet, sell clean oven dishwasher, walk in closets, carports. $435 559-1355

Studio's - 1 & 2 Bedrooms CENTRAL AtR • RANGE • REFRIGERATOR DISHWASHER • CARPETING - CARPORTS HEAT - T E N N I S COURTS • SWIMMING POOL PARTY ROOM • TV CONTROLLED SECURITY

NEAR NORTHLAND, 2 X-WAYS, HOSPITAL

Century 21

WINDSOR

WHITEHALL APARTMENTS t

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• • 2 Full Baths • Carports Adult C o m m u n i t y - r e s e r v e d f o r r e s i d e n t s o v e r t h e a g e of 50

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AIR CONDITIONED S W I M M I N G POOL & DECK NEW CARPETING. DRAPES NEW LANDSCAPING GARAGE AND CARPORT AVAILABLE • INTERCOM TV SECURITY • ELEVATORS. STORAGE

557-5339

16200 NINE MILE RD..SOUTMFIELO OFFICE

557-0366.548-4800 P R A C T I C A L M A N A G E M E N T CO

WARREN PLAZA APARTMENTS 10 M I L E - H O O V E R t W A R R E N

1 and 2 BEDROCK UNITS HOT WATER HEAT CARPETING AIR CONDITIONING DISPOSAL REFRIGERATOR RANGE STORAGE FACILITIES LAUNDRY SWIMMING POOL PARKING TENNIS COURTS

Office Open Daily, Sat., Sun.

754-1100

2 Bedroom Townhouse HUNTINGTON GARDEN TOWNHOUSES BONUS: 2-YEAR RENT FREEZE! \ most p r a c t i c a l address. Across from R a c k h a m (#olf C o u r s e . ( I o > e to S o u t h h V I d , Birmingham, Troy, etc.. Freeways, Shopping, everything. O p e n Daily-

from

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400 Apartments For Rent

Large spacious units, Carports, Walk-in closets. Air conditioning, Pool. Balconies or Patios, Hampton Community Facilities

APT. HOME WITH ATTACHED GARAGE

BIRMINGHAM Walk to downtown 2 bedroom, 2 bath Apartment Excellent location overlooking Park $575 1st. last 4 Security 647 2823 or 646 2867

BLOOMFIELD LAKES APARTMENTS Why buy furniture at this time when we have beautifully furnished apartments available Look for ad under »402

585-4499 EXCELLENT LOCATION on Scboenner just North of 14 Mile Rd In Sterling Heights STERLING LAKE APARTMENTS Special Rental Rate Discounts on 2 bedroom Townhouses 'Clubhouse •Pool ' Carpet 4 Drapes ' Beautiful setting adjacent to scenic lake

Highly rated OAK PARK schools. P r i v a t e f r o n t & r e a r d o o r s & private full b a s e m e n t . Beautifully landscaped, quiet & suburban. ( S o r r y , NO pet&). Michigan's Biggest " A p t " Value!

1 0 7 1 1 W. TEN MILE/OAK P A R K / 5 6 4 - 6 0 7 3 '

BONNIE BROOK APAFfTMENTS 1 BEDROOM, $270 2 BEDROOM. $310

INCLUDES HEAT Carpeting, air conditioning, swimming pool. 19800 Telegraph Office Hrs. 9am-5pm Weekdays 9am-2pm Saturdays

538-2530 CEDARBROOKE APTS Tranquil, convenient 4 luxury all tucked away in beautiful Farmington Hills Studio 1 4 2 bedroom apts starting at $290 478-0322 Managed by Burlington Management

flznnnzK "ASK ABOUT OUR RENT SPECIAL " Now accepting applications for 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. RENT INCLUDES: Heat & Water Air Conditioning Carpeting Laundry & Storage Facilities Pool & Security

2 b l o c k s East of Telegraph on 7 Mile Road

Offict Hours 8 am-5 pm

538-2158

OAKLAND MALL APARTMENTS ONE MONTH'S FREE RENT Limited Offer New Tenants Only

ONE & TWO BEDROOMS, FROM $265 I

INCLUDES HEAT ' Carpeting, air conditioning & swimming pool

365 East Edmund St., just East of John R and S. of 14 Mile Rd, In Madison Heights PHONE 588-5558 9AM-5PM Mon. thru Fri. 10-4 Sat., 12-4 Sun.

268-9100

TWIN TOWERS APARTMENTS

Farmington Hills

WALNUT CREEK * APARTMENTS RENTS REDUCED One Bedroom Apts Now From $270 On Designated Apts Limited Offer - New Tenants Only Middlebelt, Just south of 10 Mile 477-4066

SOUTHFIELD l-arge I and 2 bedroom apartments from $334 Many features including draperies, carpeting, and indoor poof No pets Open 10-5 weekdays Sat 10-4

559-2680 Village Green

HAMPTON COURT

OF

BELLEVILLE

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY ON I AND 2 BEDROOM APTS Very spacious apartments with ample storage Swimming pool and carports available ,

WESTLAND

1 & 2 Bedrooms

FROM $285 An All Adult Community Heat Included

729-4020

699-2040

H A W T H O R N E CLUB IN W E S T L A N D

Weekdays 9 to 5. Sat 9 to 12 Village Green Management Co

IN F A R M I N G T O N ON OLD GRAND RIVER Bet. Drake & Halstead

1 & 2 BEDROOMS f r o m $270

1 & 2 BEDROOMS f r o m $320

Includes Heat, Carpeting Air Conditioning, Patio 4 Pool Sound Conditioned Walls 4 Floors

Studio & 1 bedroom apartments for mature adults

Fabulous Clubhouse with Year Around Swimming Pool - Saunas Sound & Fireproofed Construction & More

522-3364

FROM $234 459-7080

O P E N DAILY 12-6pm 476-8080 COOLIDGE 9 MILE area Modern 2 bedroom apartment, carpeting, appliances, air conditioning, parking No pels, $350 Leave message 626-4196 CROOKS 4 13 Mile area, 1 bedroom Apt for 1 person Middle age Communl ly $265 per Mo Heat, carpeting and appliances included 852-1216

Dearborn Park Apts. 26170 Michigan Ave. Just W of Beech Daly

1 & 2 BEDROOMS f r o m $240 Rental includes Heat, Carpeting. Pool, Sound proofed construction

562-4623 FARMINGTON HILLS

Stoneridge Manor New I 4 2 bedroom luxury apartments, from $335 Includes carports, carpet ing, drapes, appliances, storage area within the apartment Close to down town Farmington Freedom Rd . W of Orchard Lake Rd . S of Grand River Easy access to freeways

Days - 476-5345 After 5pm 4 weekends 477-4143 FARMINGTON HILLS Newly decorat ed studio and one bedroom apartments, from $265 Stove, refrigerator, garbage disposal carpeting, drapes, central heat and air 474-2552

FARMINGTON LIVONIA

Luxury apartments Dishwasher, secur ity intercom, soundproof, pool, club^ house Sorry no pets Adult community 1 4 2 bedrooms available IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY COME OUT 4 SEE US Merriman Rd (Orchard Lake Rd) Just one block S of 8 Mile Rd MERRIMAN PAHK AITS The most beautiful Garden apartments in Michigan FARMINGTON 2 bedroom, 2 bath apartment with balcony, heat water 4 carport included, senior citizen discount 477-5650 Evenings 474 7978

FOREST LANE APARTMENTS 6200 NORTH WAYNE RD

WESTLAND 4 2 bedrooms Carpeting, appliances, swimming pool, 2 car parking $295, heat included Close to Westland Shopping Center

'• 728-4800

f r o m $270 Central Air Conditioning Shag Carpeting Pool 4 Sauna Sound Conditioned Masonry Walls Concrete Floors MODELS OPEN DAILY 12 6pm

397-0200

FREE .

1 & 2 BEDROOOM FROM $270 Includes Heat Fully Carpeted Sound Conditioned Pool 4 Sauna Tennis Courts

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY for one bedroom apartment Air conditioned, heat 4 hot water furnished Swimming pool On 7 Mile rd W of Telegraph Senior citizens welcome 538-3684

WATERVIEW F A R M S

LARGE 1 BEDROOM Upper 4 Lower Carpeted, appliances, large closets, am pie storage, pool, ample parking. balc» nies Mature Adults - Only' Call before 7PM, 288 1544

On Pontiac Trail E. of Beck Rd.

1 BEDROOM-$270 CENTRAL AIR - CARPETED TENNIS COURT POOL 4 CLUBHOUSE

LARGE 2 BEDROOM APTS City of Rochester Very reasonable rates 651-6497,751-8536,296 9534

LIVE ON THE PARK

PLYMOUTH PARK APARTMENTS

624-0004 WAYNE APARTMENTS 33402 Michigan Ave Newly decorated one bedroom apartment $225 plus util ities Mature adults 595 8010 WAYNE efficiency apartments Private entrance, private hath $45 $60 weekly Single gentleman preferred No pets Call 10am-8pm 729 7285

WAYNE FOREST Apartments now renting One, two 4 three bedroom 1 4 2 bedrooms Carpeted living room apartments Starting from $299 month and hall Central air conditioning, kitch Water 4 gas included Color coordinat en built-ins. basement, parking, pool ed kitchen with deep shag carpeting, Ready for occupancy From $275 up central air One block South of Michi monthly, heat included See Manager at gan, off of Venoy on Forest Mon thru 40285 Plymouth Rd , Plymouth Twp F r i , 12 noon to 5pm 326 7800

ed. air conditioned swimming pool LUXURY APTS AVAILABLE $250 a mOnth includes all utilities ex 1 bedroom $465 per Month cept electric Adults preferred no pels Studio Apt - $370 per Month Call noon to 8 PM 728 0699 1 Yr lease Please call 644 6105

WESTLAND AREA

MERRILLWOOD ARMS A I T S Downtown Birmingham 2 bedrooms, 1 Spacious 1 bedroom apartment $270 bath $620 per Mo - 1 year lease Call 642-7400 monthly Attractive 2 bedroom apart ment. $295 Carpeted, decorated 4 in a MODERN 2 bedroom home on large lovely area Heat included well landscaped lot. 2 car garage, lake privileges, Birmingham schools, near inter section of Walnut Lake Rd 4 Ink ster $500 month 626 4233 NEED AN APARTMENT"• Apartment Index 552-8282

NO RENT TILL AUGUST No security deposit on one bedroom apartments to qualified tenants

Pontrail Apts SOUTH LYON All electric kitchen Fully carpeted Air Conditioned Heal included Pool 4 Clubhouse

437-3303 NORTHVILLE, Pine Knoll, townhouse. 2 bedroom. 1 bath 2 half baths, gameroom, central air, patio deck, GE appliances, $450 per month 349 4180

NORTHVILLE Spacious newer apartments, under new management Air conditioned, carpet ed, kitchen appliances, 2 bedroom $335 Price includes heat EHO

642-8686

348-6181

THREE OAKS

Troys newest luxury apartment com munily 1 4 2 bedroom apartments All appliances, carports, community build ing, pool, tennis courts 4 rural setting V. Mile E of Crooks on Wattles at I 75

TOWN 4 COUNTRY APTS Telegraph 4 7 Mile rd Accepting applications for studio 4 one bedroom apart' menu from $215 Apply managers off ice, 18615 Telegraph apt 207 255-1829 TROY Crooks/Big Beaver area Mod em 1 bedroom apartment Air conditioning, dishwasher, brown carpeting, beat included, large storage area $325 month plus security deposit Call 9AM 6PM 362 1927

Country Court Apartments 721-0500

WESTLAND AHEA, one and two bed room apartments $300 $330 month heat included Pool Mon Fri 10AM 6PM. Sat 10AM 2PM 729 2242 WESTLAND beautiful one bedroom \carpet. drapes air, appliances, heat balcony.walk-in closets low move-in cost $260 728 6047 591-0165 WESTLAND. large I bedroom apart ments with walk-in closet, includes wludes heat, and water for only $280 6 month lease, Westland Estates'located si 6843 N Wayne Rd , close to shopping and en tertainment Call now or stop in Office hours 9 6 PM . Mon Frl 721 3600

373-3426 352-8450 O A K L A N D VALLEY NO. 2 APTS.

LAST MONTHS

to Patrick Henry Dr R to office Apt 611 Studio I and 2 bedroom apart menu Sunken living room, doorwall, balconies self cleaning ovens self de frosting refrigerator, dishwashers Starting $280 per month - ^ C a l l Tues , Wed Fn 9 30 4 30 Thurs 9 30-5 30 Sat 9 30 3 30

373-2196 ONE BEDROOM apartments for rent $220 heat and water inrluded Telegraph, Fenkell area Call Barb 538 4359 PLYMOl'TH Comfortable 1 bedroom apartment on 2nd floor of older home Garage spare, stove 4 refrigerator $250 month. 1 year lease referetx-es 4 $375 security deposit No pets 349 2319 PLYMOUTH I bedroom deluxe air carpet drapes all appliances $250 a month plus security Adults No pets Available Aug I 453 0775 PLYMOUTH I b«-droorn apartment available July 1 $245 mo plus utilities 4 security deposit Call after 4PM 453 6454 PLYMOl'TH 1 bedroom Adult build ing no pets Appliances included Re tiree preferred 459 9117 PLYMOUTH I bedroom air carpet ing appliances $260 month plus secun ty Immediate Occupancy Hose to e i presswav 522 2376 PLYMOUTH I bedroom apartment stove refrigerator Heat 4 electrity in eluded $265 month * security After 3 30PM 459 8238 PLYMOUTH 1 bedroom. Plymouth Rd 4 Holhrook available July i stove re frigerator. carpeting drapes ' air adults preferred $26»plus all utilities After I I'M 453 8194 PLYMOUTH I 4 2 bedroom apts Heat, water carpeting, appliances in eluded $265 4 up • security deposil No pets Adults preferred 459 9507 PLYMOUTH 2 bedroom heal 4 water included Strtve. refrigerator garbage disposal air 5 blks from downtown $300 • Security After 5pm 455 4775 PLYMOUTH apt

877 Jiiark weal her studio 358 0099

PRIVATE ESTATE IN A COUNTRY SETTING Hunters Ridge nestled in the rolling hills of (he West Bloomfield Farmington Hills area offer* 69 idyllic acres of ranch style and townehouse condominiums for lease hv owner*

• I 2 J bedrooms w multiple baths • Shopping Malls nearby 'Privacy 24 Hour altended gatehouse • Recreational facilities • Rents from $495 • Limited number of Immediate occupancies

For Information 4 Appointment

CALL 855-2703 HUNTERS RIDGE

REDFORD

Century 21'

GARDEN CITY. Maplewood Apart ments $145 1 bedroom with appliPIETY HILL. INC. J 642-8100 ances, beat and water, ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT 417 8394 available for rent, $240 per month GARDEN CITY, 1 bedroom, no pets, Schoolcraft - Outer Dr area Call $31-8100 kitchen appliances, central beat 4 air, water paid by landlord Call between ORCHARD LAKE - 12 Mile. Banning 9 $0am-6 3 0 p m . $235 month 4213181 ton Hills, 2 y e a n old. completely redec GARDEN COURT Apartments, I units orated 2 bedroomsi, 2 batns. swimming 841-5323 800 sq ft., I bedroom. Includes washer/ pool, t e n n i s r $ 4 » s month dryer / ref riger a tor / ra nge Condo style unit, Farmington Hills, 8 Mile/I-175 area Must see 477-8431 or 477-3840

THE GLENS Brighton RENTALS FROM $275 229-2727

REDFORD Plymouth Rd A InVsier Rd area 2 bedrooms carpeting appli ances Couples preferred $320 per monlh includes heat 561 3825 464 7652 ROMULUS Metro Airport area 2 bed room appliances pool $70 a week ( all 941 0790or 381 VI84 ROYAL OAK AHEA Spacious | bedroom a p ^ t m e n i $295 monthly l»ecorated with kitchen appli ances ileal included no pets Wagon Wheel Apartments 542 83151 ROYAL OAK Rochester 12 mile Beautiful newly carpeted one two bed room apartments and townhouses $29S $385 547 2R72 or 275 4364 SEVEN MILE Telegraph I bedroom air Carpeting appliances heat 4 ter No pets $245 monthly plus security deposit 537 2956 SHELRY TOWNSHIP 24 4 4 Van Dyke deluxe new townhouse. 1I0O sq ft 2 bedroom I '•J bath, washer dryer immediate urrupaix v $395 After 6pm 781 2I2U SOUTHFIELD Maple Tree Apts I J r g e I bedroom I h.ith Sublet till Feb 82 $375 pet month plus security 10am4pm 353 3535 after 6pm 526 «325

WESTLAND Margo Capri 28408 W Warren, near Middlebelt l ^ r g e attractive one bedroom apartment Carpet heat, air, appliances convenient location on bus line 422 5390 464 6042

Stratford Villa O A K PARK A R E A

WESTLAND I bedroom efficiency apartment Recently decorated 4 car peied Appliances furnished $225 729 8 & month

3 bedroom townhouses Carpeting > entral air imnflng p>«il Rent from $180 and up plu* utilities No pets Call between 9 AM and 5 PM

WILLOW PARK APARTMENTS Spa cious I and 2-bedroom apartments available in Southfield luxury mid rise Each maintenance free apartment has fully equipped kitchen with pantry and eating space, drapes, carport balcony, individual storage area within apart ment and laundry facilities on each floor Private park inc ludes pool, tennis courts and picnic area Rents from $347 Studio apartments from $285 Models open daily 12-5PM 356 7878

Woodward Heights Royal Oak 2 Bedroom Townhouses 3388 Coolidge Hwy near Woodward » Excellent Small Family Units I Carpeting I Full Basement Storage Area i Excellent Neighborhood Come out and see'

288-5815 12 MILE LAHSER

Laurel Woods Apts.

Luxurious adult community ONE BEDROOM apartment, in-town 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, launBirmingham, beat furnished, garage, den, spacious' $375 monthly 1 year dry & storage in each unit. GARDEN CITY, large 2 bedroom bal lease Clubhouse & pool From cony apartment, carpeted, appliance*, $520 heat water paid, adults preferred $285 per month 261-4047 357-3174

HALF (Mi) Month Rent Free Attractive 1 4 1 bedroom apartments M a r Walled Lake-W Bloomfield Utilities, pool, air. IS70 4 1310 -M4-1183 or 44M049

GRAND OPENING TURTLE CREEK APARTMENTS One. two 4 three bedrooms Pnvate en trance drapes 4 carpeting kitchen ap pliances Pool, clubhouse 4 much more From $295 Two month's free rent

Joy rd near Inksler rd Very spacious 2 bedroom apartments. 1 - V / t baths, carpetLOVELY WESTLAND WOODS - At WAYNE $350 total move-in cost one tractive 1 bedroom apartment, $285 ed. air,* heated, storage bedroom, heal, cartel drapes air apmonthly Spacious 2 bedroom apart Handy location, adults preliances, $250 mo No pets Adults pre ment, $}20 monthly Decorated, carpet — 7867 729 78i erred ferred. $345 - $365 month ed 4 heat included 728 2880 WAYNE 2 bedroom apJ^tment rarpei 937-1293 or 275-4364

FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY SOMERSET MALL AREA

GRAYTON GARDENS Beautiful, newly remodeled, carpeting, appliances. Outer Dr 4 Jeffries Expressway 531-1501 557-0770

Oakland University Area

981-3888

WALLED LAKE Beautiful place to live, by the lake LAHSER 7 MILE area Modern effi- Large 2 bedroom $305 monthly in ciency one bedroom, carpeting, eludes heat 363 8892 dishwasher, air conditioning Heat in eluded, no pets Senior Citizens pre (erred 255-4953

FIRST MONTH

2200 Crooks Rd North of Maple (15 Mile) < I OR 2 BEDROOM HEAT INCLUDED Completely carpeted, all utilities ex cept electricity Pool, air conditioning 4 party room Adults No pets Also Near Oakland Null 4 1-75 Open IMon - Sat Noon loon t i l l 5 pm RESIDENT MGR 362-0720

ON Ford Rd Just E of I-275 ONE MONTH FREE RENT

IN PLYMOUTH 1 & 2 BEDROOMS from $280 453-7144

OPEN Mon thru Fri-10 to 6 Sat -10 to 4 Closed Sun Phone 362-4088

M a p l e w o o d Manor

VILLAGE SQUIRE

12382 Risman Dr. Plymouth Rd 4 Haggerty

Franklin Palmer IN CANTON TWP. ONE MONTH FREE RENT Luxury 1 & 2 Bedrooms

VILLAGE GREEN OF PLYMOUTH

HILLCRESTCLUB

LASHER 7 Mile area Modern one bed room, carpeting, appliances, laundry room, parking, adults No pets $250 538 0684

400 Apartments For Rent

Close to 1-75 expressway RENT FREE and just blocks from OakNear Oakland University N on Squir land Mall Shopping Center rel, past Walton Blvd . L of Birchfield

On Merriman Road by Ann A j p o r Trail

Next to Bonnie Brook Golf Club

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CALL NOW FOR INFORMATION

OFF PALMER RD , W OF LILLEY

Rent Includes: MOOEL

BIRMINGHAM Up-town Large 4 charming 7 room Unit Newly decorated 3 bedrooms or 2 4 den, large kitch en including appliances, heat 4 water Singles welcome $500 Bill 549-2000

$225

OFFICE OPEN DAILY, S A T . & SUN.

642-8100

ORCHARDi WOODS WOODS APARTMENTS APA One bedroom apartments in beautiful wooded setting off Orchard Lake Rd , near Telegraph 6 month lease includes carpet, air Conditioner 4 heat Security deposit 4 references required 334-1878

IN S O U T H F I E L D

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Bloomfield Area

W. 9 MILE AT P R O V I D E N C E DR 1&2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS

1 & 2 Bedrooms from $310

FARMINGTON HILLS SUBLET BIRMINGHAM PROPER From Aug 1st on 3 mo Lease Luxury 2 Large 2 bedroom apartments, carpeted, bedroom, 2 full bath terrace apt 1,250 1 year lease No children No pets. $375 sq ft , wooded setting, carport, all appliper month Call for details. 643-0750 ances, washer dryer hook-up. pool, tenBIRMINGHAM DUPLEX nis $430 mo After 6pm, 474-6030 2ND MONTHS RENT FREE 2 bedrooms. I 1 * baths, fireplace, all new carpet, all kitchen appliances $500 monthly Ask for John

557-8100

PAHK

477-8464 27883 Independence Farmington Hills

C H A T H A M HILLS

BIRMINGHAM FARMS APTS 6810 Telegraph 851-2340 1 bedroom $345 $365 1 bedroom • den $395 $415 Heat Included Adults No Pets

• Carpeting • Disposal • Range • Refrigerator # • Laundry & Storage Facilities • Parking • Swimming Pool

Quiet prestige address, swimming pool, air conditioning, carpeting, stove 4 refrigerator , all utilities except electricity included Warm apts Laundry facilities Intercom system Good security Playground on premises For more information, phone

Luxury one 4 two bedroonvapartments in highrise building.Ior immediate occupancy Within walking. distance to shopping, restaurants 4 theatre Heat included

If no answer, call 355 1673

1 Bedroom Units - Rent includes: Heat • Hot Water • Air Conditioning

HEAT & WATER INCLUDED

852-0311

DOWNTOWN APTS Luxury appliances, plush carpeting and elevators. Furnished apts available 1&2 bedroom units Now available from $355 642-2174

1127 W. F a r n u m • l l - M i l e - W o o d w a r d

PETS PERMITTED Smoke Detectors Installed Singles Welcome Immediate Occupancy We Love Children

DOWNTOWN 555 S. WOODWARD

BIRMINGHAM DOWNTOWN l.arge one bedroom, porch $420 One year lease See manager 645 9819

NORTHWOOD APARTMENTS

1 B E D R O O M For $329 2 B E D R O O M for $389 3 B E D R O O M for $449

CHARLES HAMLET APARTMENTS

$810

647-1508

BIRMINGHAM

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Inflation Fighting Prices! On Luxury Apts.

BEAUTIFUL 1 and 2 bedroom aytartments Elevator building Outer Drive CANTON, sub-lease I bedroom apartment at Stoneybrooke, Joy 4 Haggerty 4 Jeffries Manager, 533 5213 557-0770 Carpeted, central air, tennis court, pool, $250 month plip security 981-5934 BIRMINGHAM AREA 2 4 3 bedroom luxury Apts

644 4024 642 4493

A MONTH'S FREE RENT NO SECURITY DEPOSIT AT BELLEVILLE'S - Lighthouse Pointe Apts. -

J I M COURTNEY Gold House Realtors 459-6000

• Shag Carpeting

356-3780

I pay the highest dollar (or homes and will prove it. Call me last.

From •HEAT INCLUDEDCooking gas included Immediate Occupancy

Beautiful 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments from $ 225

Limited number of units Offer good thru June 30, '81.

BARBARA

Century 21

455-7200

We Pay all Heat Bills 12 Mile - Telegraph

400 Apartments For Rent

APARTMENT for sub lease available August 1, one bedroom Birmingham area No deposit. 1275 month Call 9am5pm, 223-2374. after 6 30pm. 842 8789

$660

$

Equal Opportunity Housing

To new residents of $100 per month for 3 months on a 12 month lease of $490 per month.

MYERS-HILL REALTY

F a r m i n g t o n Hills* I7S-.>.>.'W

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No Waiting - No Delays

MUIEMODD

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FORTY ACRES For new retirement center sought as grant by St. Lukes, a living memorial, t a i deductable. Call Mr Fischer, 868 1445

Spacious 2 & 3 bedroom ranch" type apartments, individual private entrance. 2 baths, large sit-in kitchen with built-in appliances 4 dining room, fully carpeted, individual laundry-storage room, carport, clubhouse 4 pool, small children welcome Sorry, no pets

OR GUARANTEED SALE Also If In Forclosure Or Need Of Repair

Joy Road at 1-275, 30 minutes to Downtown Datroit • Spacious 1 & 2 BetJroom A p a r t m e n t s • Pool-Tennis-Clubhouse • 11/2 Baths • Plymouth Schools Senior Citizens Discounts

BONNIEVIEW MANOR APTS. 8 Mile DOWNTOWN PLYMOUTH • (3 units) 1 Telegraph, 1 bedroom $275 2 bedroom bedroom partially furnished Available $310 Includes beat, air conditioning 4 July 1st 459 6444 carpeting Security deposit 4 referencEXCELLENT LOCATION es required Adult complex, no pets Near 1-75 538 5339 APARTMENTS. Luxury living. 1 4 2 Call 9am-5pm Mon.- Fri John R . Eastside between bedrooms. Just built, large rooms, lots 14 4 15 Mile Rds of storage, dishwasher, from $285 BOTSFORD PLACE Opposite Oakland Mall monthly Fourth St Wayne 464-1900 GRAND RIVER-8 MILE CANTERBURY SQUARE APTS Special Rental Rate Discounts Behind BoUford Hospital AREA LAKEFRONT on 1 bedroom Units Only 20 minutes to Southfield. Livonia. 7 DAY SUMMER SALEI • Clubhouse Plymouth, Pontiac 2 bedroom Carriage 1 RENT & SAVEII Pool House apartment. 120' of sandy lakefront, boat dock, exceptional swimPrices Never Again So Lowl • Carpet 4 Drapeee CALL NOW FOR INFORMATION ming, sunset view $450 835-6455

559-7722

CASH TODAY

STONEYBROflKE APARTMENTS

COMMERCIAL BUILDING wanted in Redford/Farmington or Livonia with 1000 - 3000 aq ft of office/warehouse space Require L C. terms with low 538-1172 down

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400 Apartments For Rent

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ABSOLUTELY TOP $CAStf$ Paid For Any Home. Any Location Call For Our Offer No Cost No Obligation CLASSIC 422 4400

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362 Real Estate Wanted

81/2 MILE-LAHSER Beautiful 1 bedroom apartment In a country setting Carpet, drapes, appliances, air. Mature adults preferred, no pets. $300. •

21110 LAHSER RD MANAGER'S APT 101 8 MILE 4 ORCHARD LAKE

VILLAGE OAKS Spacious 1 and 2 bedroom apartments in Farminfton Hills Including carpet, drapes 4 heat Adults preferred, no pets FROM MOO

474-1 ^ 0 5

967-0515 SUBLEASE Southfield 12 4 Northwestern 2 bedrooms central air dtshwather pool $145 monthly Aug 15 thru Jan 15 possible renewal 356 2657 TEI EGRAPH PLYMOUTH

G L E N COVE Desirable I bedroom a|>artment Car pet drapes heat at air Adults preferred no pet* is F From n $2fiil

SENIOR CITIZEN RATES AVAILABLE

538-2497 OVERLOOK ROCHESTER From your 2 bedroom apartment or townhouse includes all the convent ences a good apartment should have WATER (soft running, CARPET ion the floor I AIR CONDITIONING .sum mer 4 winter) HEAT (summer option al). CARPORT FOR CARS (no horses please), ICE BOX (Electric), range (oven toot DISHWASHER (For over worked husbands). OFFAL GRINDER (For Your Excess Offals) and caretak ers that care From $330 per month Little Humans welcome Call collect I 651-9751 or 1 651 8090 Furnished Apts on Request

ROCHESTER PARK APTS. PAl.MER PARK TOWNHOUSE 4Mi Mile Woodward area 3 level large 2 bedrooms, full basement washer dryer hookup parking private en trance, appliances $295 861 5010 PALMER PARK 6 Ml WOODWARD One bedroom apt newly decorated ex tja clean Quiet adults preferred $125 includes beat Leave message. 841-5018 PARKSIDE APARTMENTS Fenkell 4 Telegraph Accepting appli cations for studio and one bedrwm apts from $115 Apply managers office WI01 532-4234

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Monday, June 2 9 , 1 9 8 1

400 A p a r t m e n t s For Rent Pierre Apartments INCLUDES * SMOKE ALARMS •SWIMMING POOL •STOVE 4 RKFR1GEKATOR •FULLY CARPETED •AIR CONDITIONING •HEAT •WATER •LAUNDRY FACILITIES

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PLYMOUTH Spacious I bedroom ranch lApl carpeted, air, appliances Quiel .liuli complex $275 per Mo plus securil* 59! 2078 or 459-7684 PLYMOUTH sludio apartment Rent includes/ stove refrigerator washer, drver $260 348 8467

402 Furnished Apts. For Rent •\TTENTION Executive Transfers 14 bedioom apts. decorator furnished Located I 696 between I 75 & I 94 $200 wk $650 mo Security. 469 1075

PIETY HILL, INC

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III DOMFIEI.I) LAKES APARTMENTS I bedroom apartment available July I si or August I si al Ihe unheard of summer rale of $275 PER MONTH in a small private adult complex Beach privileges on Cass I.ake Apartment includes brown plush car pel ing GE appliances off while drapes. GE air conditioner heal and water Mam floor laundry facilities Apart ment available faces small park and pond with parking in front of building Short term lease available to qualified applicants

STI DIO APARTMENT $295 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT $390 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT $420

BEAUTIFUL W Bloomfield 2 bed room, new carpeting, carport, fenced yard, $365 3 bedroom, utility room, $375 Both lake privileges 968 3595

BIRMINGHAM brick ranch, 3 bed room. 2 bath, rec room, carpet and drapes, all appliances, 2 car garage, fenced yard. $575 646-3325 BIRMINGHAM charming 3 bedroom Cape Cod Recreation room, garage, lovely fenced yard $400 month Security deposit 646 5512 BIRMINGHAM Community house area Completely remodeled. 3 bed room. 1 bath, colonial, fireplace appliances new carpet $500 851-5914

Monthly Leases COMPLETELY FURNISHED

$595 AND UP Luxury - Birmingham Area Maid Service Available

THE MANORS

280-2510 l-AHMINGTON HILLS in private home Single accommodations for provisional lype Phone in Non Smoker i iver 35 preferred 478 5592 GARDEN CITY 3 looms and bath Adults preferred No pets $225 month 1% plus security deposit 427 5754 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY lor I bed room apartmenl furnished, utilities in i ludcd downiown Plymouth Contact. ( reon Smith Mayflower Hotel. Plym oulh 453 1620 I I VON IA EFFICIENCY Unit for Single person $225 nionlh Utilities includ .•el Security deposit $200 4212042 I IVONIA $200 per month includes utilities I'refer single working female or retired couple Plymouth Wayne Hds area 525 1976 LIVONIA Responsible working worn in furnished basement, private entrance $75 a week plus security 464 I960 I 1 XI'RY furnished apartment, one M-droom short lerm lease, linens, dish i s TV pool $475 435 4507 or 280 0398 MINIMUM rent proposition for taking care and watching properly $180 mo includes utilities. Greenfiel reenfield 5 Mile area Afler 6pm 476 0011 SOUTHFIELD furnished highrise apartments 1 and 2 bedrooms, short term lease Call 559 2680 SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES Motel Rooms 4 Efficiency Apartments $60 Singh$75 Double 17729 Telegraph Rd (I Blk S of Grand River) Mayflower Motel KE 1-9855 WAYNE. I bedroom furnished apartmenl $210 month, includes all utilities $100 security deposit Adults preferred No pets Call noon 8 pm, 326 8474, or 728 0699

Your 3 Room Apartment FURNISHED FOR

$48 MONTH

• All new furniture • l.arge selection • warehouse showroom • Short or long lerm lease • Option to purchase

GLOBE INTERIOR RENTALS TROY 1100 E Maple (15 Mile) W of I 75, E of Rochester Rd 518 1800 FARMINGTON HILLS 37437 Grand River at Halstead 474 $400 Open Mon Frt 9-8, Sat 9 5

BIRMINGHAM 2 bedroom ranch, refrigerator 4 oven range, fenced yard, close lo shopping 4 commuter train $410 month 851-9059 BIRMINGHAM 3 bedroom, air condi Honed ouality home, fenced yard, appli ances, basement, garage, quiet streel near park $495 monlh 855 3344 BIRMINGHAM 3 bedrooms, fireplace, l ' i baths appliances garage, base ment $490 per month plus security 646 5995 BIRMINGHAM 3 bedrooms, fireplace. I 1 j balhs. appliances, garage, basement $490 per monlh plus security 646 5995

BUK)MFIELD 4 bedroom ranch, large lot, new carpel ing and kitchen, Birmingham schools. $725 month 646 3260

LIVONIA • 4 bedroom Colonial Cul-desac. ravine lot. family room, attached 2 ' i car garage Call today Ast J o r Ward

CANTON- LIKE new. beautiful I bodroom colonial duplex, 1H hatha, appUances. carpeting, full baaoroeat. spa cious, |4TS 427-1/44

Earl Keim Realty

CITY OF PLYMOUTH LIVONIA • one bedroom luxury condo, New 2 large bedrooms, 1 4 hatha, fully all appliances. Pool, clubhouse Csrport carpeted, full basement 8425 monthly $828323 Call 455-8000 After $ pm 484-8918 LUXURY High Rise condominium. FARMINGTON HILLS, unfaraialMd 1 Southfield Providence Tower, 9th bedroom Duplex, redecorated 4 Clean floor, 2.500 sq.ft.. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, Garage. Immediate occupancy, $310 swimming pool, tennis court, under plus security $21-1188 or 478-1816 ground garage, very exclusive 4 protected. $725 per mo LARGE 1 bedroom duplex la nice area. 644-1318 $300 plus.utiltties Security Call a Her 5 844-1212 s f t e r 6Pm

261-1600

NORTHVILLE • 3 bedroom Colonial. 2 4 baths, family room. 2 4 car garage, immediate occupancy. Many more features, 8 Mile 4 Center $650 per mo plus security, possible option on Land Contract 348 1156 424-3592

LIVONIA, 1 bedroom ranch, kitchen appliances. basement, garage $381 plus security deposit 691-0998 NORTHVILLE 1 bedroom 1 4 baths. Available Aug 1st 148-9747 NORWJAYNE - 1 4 1 bedrooms. | M 8 4 up monthly plus utilities Security deposit required Available now 729-0917 or 691-202$ ONLY $219 Westland 2 room efficiency Ford Rd./ Newburgh area Large yard. Heat ineluded Carpeted. freshly painted 478-7840 Agent PLYMOUTH near Downtown 1 bedrooms Stove Carpeting. Rlrfrigerator Baaement Garage $175 plus security Fuel rebate Adults No pets, 453-5284

PLYMOUTH ! BEDROOM DUPLEX HEDFOf&q} 21956 Poihciana near Ink Laundry facilities 4 garage $255 ster 4 Grand River 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2 month plus utilities CalT between 8baths, finished basement, 2 car garage 7pm, 4S9-4297 Available July 4 $475 851-7679 PLYMOUTH. 2 bedroom, appliances, REDFORD. 3 bedroom, remodeled carpeted, full basement, separate utilikitchen, finished basement, garage. 6 ties. couples, no pets $350 plus securiMile Beech area $425 plus security Af- ty 421 1280 ter 6pm 5531-7350 REDFORD T W P . 2 bedroom, stove and ROCHESTER A V O N D A L E area refrigerator, utility room, $295 plus secharming clean hopie with fireplace curity deposit No pets After $ PM. Backyard park like selling, central air. call 455-2254 sharp' $400 plus security, extra for a pel 693 6954 or leave name 4 number ROYAL OAK. duplex, modem, spa lor Mike al 651-6100 cious. 3 bedroom. 2 bsths, carpeted, all kitchen appliances, basement, sttached ROCHESTER comfortable, attractive garage 541-8492 country home 3 bedroom, fireplace in basement Available August 1st Reply SHELBY TOWNSHIP 144 4 Van lo box 540. Observer 4 Eccentric News- Dyke, deluxe new townhouse. 1100 papers. 36251 Schoolcraft Rd . Livonia. sq f t . 2 bedroom, 14 bath, washer, Michigan 48150 dryer, immediate occupancy $195 After 6pm, 781-2120 HOCHESTER IN TOWN WESTLAND. Michigan - Vsnoy ReUnfurnished 2 bedroom home modeled 3 bedroom |2S$ month. $115 $350 per Month Call evenings, 652-0284 deposit, 2 children, no dogs or motorcycles Immediate occupancy 582-4451 ROCHESTER Transferees hpuse for rent until Nov 1 3 bedroom 1 4 M t h tri-level. 2 car attached garage $450 410 Flats For R e n t month, I month security Monthly BIRMINGHAM. 2 bedroom Lower FUL lease 375-0921 or 547-7052 Appliances Including washer 4 dryer Immedlste occupancy $3S6Vmonth ROCHESTER 2 miles N 2 3 bed 645 1249 or U2I394 rooms, I acre, many large out buildings, $395 month Security depos- CITY OF PLYMOUTH Charming 1 it Eves ft 651-5436 bedroom, all appliances Including washer 4 dryer, garage, beautiful priROCHESTER 4 bedroom colonial, 2 4 vate patio with fountain, gas barbeque baths, central air. fully carpeted, at- Lawn maintenance. 8175 455-8518 tractive selling, close to schools Re duced to $750 monlh " 375 0017 CROOKS 4 11 Mile area One bedroom ROYAL OAK Executive brick ranch 3 upper flat, refrigerator, stove snd utilibedroom, 14 bath, finished basement. ties included Single only. $ 2 H s month 549-8198 $475 per month Security 4 references After 5 PM Eves 259-3703 DOWNTOWN BIRMINGHAM ROYAL OAK 3 bedrooms. 2 baths 2 bedroom lower flat (or rent. $450. 544 Available July I Near Franklin School Henrietta Call between SAM 5 30PM 188 1100 $400 plus utilities Security deposit Call after 5pm,

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SCHOOU'RAFT Evergreen area - 3 bedroom home, $275 per month. $325 security 326-8301 SHARE house, $280 month plus utilities Union Lake Call after 3pm 533-5596

PLYMOUTH Area. 2 bedroom Lower, newly decorated, lerge living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen, screened porch, utilties $415 /month, 1 months rent i month security 455-0191 WOLVERINE LAKE 3 bedroom lower flat. $158 month, first 4 last months rent Call 824-8127

412 T o w n h o u s e s - C o n d o s For Rent

AVAILABLE SPECIAL DISCOUNT To new residents of $100 per month for 3 months on a 12 month lease of $490 per month. W e P a y all H e a t Bills 12 M i l e - T e l e g r a p h Limited number of units Offer good thru June 30. '81. Spacious 2 4 3 bedroom ranch type apartments, individual private entrance. 2 baths, large sit-in Vitchen with built-in appliances 4 dining room, fully carpeted." Individual laundry-storage room, carport, clubhouse 4 pool, small children welcome Sorry, no pets

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FARMINGTON HILLS room for rent, TROY • Rent wilh option to buy Colonikitchen privileges, $40 week 981 2900 al. 3 bedrooms, 14 baths, living room, dining room, kitchen, family room with fireplace $650 per month 641-9360 FARMINGTON HILLS 4 bedroom lonial. family room, new carpeting, attached garage, no pets, security For TROY • 3 bedroom brick ranch, family rent or purchase option 476 0734 room, 2 car garage. $525 plus security 689 4018 FARMINGTON HILLS Fabulous 5 bedroom. 3 bath quad level home in TWO BEDROOMS. large yard, garage. Normandy Hills Spectacular pool 4 Grand River'6 Mile area 1 child okay Jacuzzi, formal dining room, family $H75 mo plus security deposit Morti 535 0695 room, fireplace, large kitchen with mi tags 8 3 0 - l r M cro-wave, finished basement, bar 4 UNION LAKE area 3 bedroom ranch pool table, substantially furnished $1000 per monlh Call 476 8276 Lake privileges $395 month Eves. 689 8028 FIVE MILE/INKSTER - Livonia. 2 WAYNE 2 bedrooms, basement, gabedroom brick home, stove/refrigera- rage. large lot $325 plus security tor. full basement, carpeted, $300 818-7241 month plus $400 security 522 4238 WEST BLOOMFIELD - executive FIVE MILE/TELEGRAPH AREA house, lake viep, boat 4 beach privi3 bedrooms, sharp' $295 plus security leges, 2700 sq feet, country setting OpCarpeting and drapes thru-out Fenced tion to buy After 4pm 681-1542 yard After 6 PM. call 464-3575 WESTLAND - Lovely 3 bedroom ranch, GARDEN CITY 3 bedroom ranch, nice backyard, beautiful landscaping large kitchen, finished basement with $575 monthly plus security Available carpeting All appliances included. $440 Oct Call between 5PM-9PM 719-0215 a monlh 425 8204 WESTLAND. nice 3 bedroom home GARDEN CITY • 3 bedroom brick, Good schools $450 a month + $800 newly carpeted 4 decorated, 2 car ga- Security deposit 179-5887 rage. finished basement $400/mo No pets Call between 3 5 PM 421 8670 WESTLAND 2 bedrooms. 1 4 baths Rent or leaae. IN TOWN BIRMINGHAM - 3 bed $350 per Mo plus security rooms, 2 baths, new kitchen, includes After 7 PM. call: 479-0997 all appliances $500/mo Dan Comer, Kingsway Assoc , 642-4300 WESTLAND - I bedroom ranch, full basement, 2 4 car garage, central air, LAKE FRONT HOME. 3 bedrooms, some appliances, 1 year lease, first, lest basement, 2 car garage, $800 month t 4 deposit $500 month 981-4041 utilities, security deposit, references, 1 yr lease Available Aug 1. Union Lake W BLOOMFIELD 2 bedroom. Cess area By Appointment Only Call after 5 Lake privileges $175 per month PM 474 4948 Washer-dryer Call between 6-9j>m LAKE FRONT - 4 bedroom West Bloomfield colonial. 10 years old Immediate occupancy, children, pets and singles welcome Marilyn Server 646-6200

LIVONIA - great family neighborhood Three bedrooms, brick branch, fireplace. rec' room. 2 car garage Many ABSOLUTELY spotless in Birmingextras $495 1-881 3808 261-4756 ham. 3 bedrooms. I hath, freshly painted, fenced yard Walking distance to LIVONIA MALL area Short term or free lerm Is, YMCA's racquet ball 4 pool longer I bedrooms, master bedroom 4 shopping $465 monthly Lease Avail- 1 4 i l l ; m baths, family room with able now $45-1979 doorwaU to patio, Jenced treed lot. carport 1450 plus security. 425-8754 AVAILABLE NOW. almost new 3 bedroom brick ranch 7141 N Beech Daly, LIVONIA Mertiman 4 5 mile. S bod near Warren Walking distance to room, family roam with fireplace, 1 car stores and buses Adults preferred, no attached garage, fenced yard $415 No pets, $350 per month 1, J, or $ yr lease pets Deposit required 851-4199

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BIRMINGHAM • 1 bedroom beautifully furnished Walk to bus. train 4 s h o p plag. E Maple 4 Coolidge $195 month MKladee heat Will leaae with option to bay. Available July 1. Call 628-8016

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SOUTHFIELD. furnished 3 bedroom, for 6 weeks July 1 through Aug 15 Pre COLONIAL newer 4 bedroom, family fer elderly couple, no pets, $400 per mo room wilh fireplace, .separate dining plus utilities 356 0130 356-3180 room, eal in kitchen, basement, 2 4 car SOUTHFIELD Large 4 bedroom ranch, attached garage Troy 1 5pm 338 9645 3 car garage on 3 acres in W SouthDEARBORN HEIGHTS 3 bedroom field 1400 a month Singles or students 355-3797 brick ranch Country kitchen Com OK C * l after 6pm, pletelv remodeled Finished basement SOUTHFIELD Lahser 4 84' Mile Rds Quiel neighborhood first time rental $465 plus security. 455-6630 4 bedroom, hot water heat, fully insu lated. heatilator fireplace, carpeted livDETWOIT 2 homes 2 4 3 bedrooms, ing 4 dining room $400 month plus se476-5187 decoded, carpet drapes, fenced yard curity deposit Call 7 9pm storage $270 and $300 plus security Schoolcraft 4 Burt Rd area 531 5742 SOUTHFIELD RD 12 Mile Lovely 3 bedroom. 14 bath colonial with appliFARMINGTON HILLS 2 bedroom, ances $600 mo References 4 qredit basement, yard, carpeted appliances, check Mrs Warren only 559-3516 or child O K .no peLs $375 • utilities 4 548 4855 monlh security After 5pm 34%1>056 SOUTHFIELD. 10 Mile 4 Evergreen 4 FARMINGTON HILLS, Older 2 bed flWjoom, gagage. appliances, Rent $450 rooms, dining room, carpeted, appli I us security Days 545 3608 ances, $290 per mo plus utilities, $435 venings 4 Weekends 280-0286 Deposit No lawn maintenance 357 1504 TAYLOR FARMINGTON HILLS. Ramblewood 2 bedroom ranch, immaculate, immediSub, 3200 Sq Ft 4 bedroom colonial. ate occupancy, $325 plus security ate service. $1,100 per Mo 525-6442 ANTON. 3 bedroom colonial, 1st floor laundry, country kitchen, $575 553 9075 THREE bedroom ranch - central air conditioning 2 car garage $525 per FARMINGTON HILLS- Beautiful 4 month Call 478 3473 or bedroom. 2'» bath Quad Level Home in evenings, 478-7965 Independence Commons Earthtones. Formal dining room, family room with TROY Birmingham schools 4 bedroom fireplace 4 bar Large Country Kitchen colonial, brick 4 aluminum 2 4 baths, Bent Negotiable 259 8100 Ext 243 or pool and BBQ $800 a month plus secur548-9010 After 6PM 569 4689 ity 646 6443 or

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BIRMINGHAM. In town Quarton Lake NORTHVILLE. 3 bedroom Ranch, nice Estates Outstanding Georgian Colom neighborhood, large treed lot. 2 car ga al excellent condition. 4 bedrooms. 2 rage, central air. basement, all applifireplaces, all conveniences 642 1863 ances, $500 per mo After 6PM 349-9157 PM 427-4187 BIRMINGHAM schools. 5 bedroom cfr NOVI - 3 bedroom home with 2 car galonial, circular driveway, family room rage on 2 4 acres, available immedi- LIVONIA - Farmlnfton/Plymouth Rd fireplace finished full basement, wet ately. $300 security deposit. $475 mo area 2 bedrooms with 1 car g a r a e e Immediate occupancy $185 monthly bar, appliances, patio 2 car garage 525-0880 449 2202 4IM2S7 with opener. $880 mo 644-5796

CANTON, sharp ranch, 3 bedrooms, full I apartments available July 1st in a basement attached garage, carpeting, small private adull complex (In 2 bed drapes appliances, fireplace, fence. 227 3055 room apt 1 bedroom could be used for $525 month, lease, security office or deni Includes deep shag car [x-iing drapes decorator furniture by CANTON small 2 bedroom house Pre (.lot*- Interior dishes, linens, silver, fer couple No pels or drinking $250 television and radio Heal and water in monlh plus $250 security lease 981 1964 • ludcd Washer and drver available Beach priy ileges on Cass take CANTON 3 bedroom colonial 1W baths family room with fireplace Meal for executives singles or business $550 month 981-4230 !»•[softs moving into area Short term 3 bedroom colonial, m lease or longer available lo qualified CANTON baths family room. 2 car garage Short applH ants or long term lease with very attractive option to buy $525 per month 437-1871 2920 SCHRODER BLVD I . blocks North of Orchard | j k e Road CANTON 4 bedroom Colonial -• den nil Cass Lake Road Formal living dining, family rooms Drapes 2 l » baths, full basement, 2 l i You must makf appointment losee car garage No pets $675 monlh 681 9161 1.82 7495 I ' i months securilv 455-9672 EXECUTIVE APARTMENTS CHARMING QUAD l-evel with many Completely Furnished amenities 3 bedrooms, N of Maple, 352 Monthly Leases Baldwin $600 monthly plus security Birmingham Trov Area 842 0710 2 8 0 1820 EXECUTIVE APARTMENTS

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