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Schools reopen as unions end walkout The school strike in Plymouth-Canton came to an end this week as all Striking unions returned to work yesterday. A tentative a g r e e m e n t was reached late Monday afternoon by all units at the^bargaining table. The next day the leadership of the six unions met with their members and after some discussion all units voted to return to work the next day. The contract changes will now be put into writing and formally ratified by all involved groups within the next month The economic settlement for all six

groups involves a 3-percent increase the first year and a 6-percent increase the second year In addition, teachers at the top of the wage scale will receive an additional 1percent increase the second semester of the second year. THE AGREEMENT ends the strike for some 1,200 striking employees — teachers, teacher aides, bus drivers, food service employees, maintenance personnel and secretaries The verbal tentative agreement was reached at the table at about 6:30 p.m Monday — an hour before the school

board met a jam-packed audience (see related story) in the auditorium of Plymouth Salem High The tentative agreement was announced at that meeting by Tom Cotner. chief negotiator for the teachers. and confirmed by Norm Kee, assistant superintendent for personnel Kee said then that school would be in session Wednesday if the union membership ratified the tentative agreement on the next day. After the central administration received news of the votes Tuesday afternoon. plans proceeded to open school yesterday

Word got out to parents using a fanout phone system at the middle school and elementary levels, using the school's cable television channel and the board's hotline phone reeferding <453-0271). COTNER EXPLAINED that the vote taken actually was to decide whether to return to work under the tentative agreement subject to formal ratification, a condition acceptable to the school board and administration. The teachers union voted by a margin of about 2-1 to accept the economic settlement. The union for transporta-

tion workers initially voted against the agnpement but revoted a f t e r learning that the other five groups accepted and agreed to accept the tentative contract offer. For the teachers the two-year agreement in effect extends their existing contract another year. They were in the first year of a two-year pact and were negotiating a wage reopener The other five groups have a new two-year contract which will run through June 1985. The school calendar will be changed as a result of the strike. At press-time the calendar changes were reported to

be a reduction of days off during the Christmas holiday vacation period, loss of a week off in F e b r u a r y and extension of the school year by one week in June. As part of the a g r e e m e n t the school board has agreed to dismiss its lawsuit against the teachers' union, and the union has dropped its unfair labor practices suit. The board also has dropped its lawsuit against the stafce Department of Labor and Michigan Employment Relations Commission (MERC). In all, the schools were closed 13 school days because of the strike.

Strike ends, but not its bitterness By Emory D t n i e l s staff writer

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T e a c h e r s a p p l a u d a c o m m e n t m a d e a f t e r v o t i n g to ratify a n e w contract a n d r e t u r n to work.

Announcement of the tentative agreement at Monday night's school board meeting was not sufficient to calm the emotions of many in the audience Despite the news that the strike apparently was over, there still remained feelings of anger, bitterness and frustration which resulted in criticisms of the teachers union and personal attacks on administrators and board members. The school board had convened Monday night to hold an executive session to discuss negotiations. The board held an open meeting first, however, to receive citizen comments before adjourning into the secret session. The tentative agreement had been reached with the teachers union about an hour before the 7:30 p.m. meeting began Monday. The auditorium of Plymouth Salem High was packed by residents, employees and teachers who moments earlier

were picketing along Joy Road in front of the school. There were reports that many people w e r e stranded outside, unable to get inside because the parking a r e a s were filled A board member had heard an unofficial report that as many as 100 persons were unable to get inside. T H E MEETING began with an emotional charge as teachers and other employees gave Tom Cotner. chief bargaining agent for the teachers union, a standing ovation as he walked across the front of the auditorium. Many of the teachers present booed and hissed as the board arrived at its table on stage. Throughout the meeting there were catcalls and shouts aimed at the board and speakers from teachers and employees to express disagreement at s t a t e m e n t s made by others Although many speakers expressed their views calmly, some showed anger and bitterness as they shouted their views at either the teachers union or at

the board After Cotner announced the reaching of the tentative agreement, the first speaker was a parent who expressed her desire that there never be another teachers" strike — a sentiment repeated by most of the speakers to follow The next parent to step up to the microphone commented that there were no winners but only losers because of the strike and hoped both sides could overcome the animosity built up during the strike — another opinion often repeated by others. J a m e s Stark criticized those teachers who voted to go on strike which he said was in clear violation of the law. Les Walker criticized the board for poor public relations cjuring the strike, for not informing tltt public, attd f b r seemingly avoiding public meetings where strike issues could be aired. MEMBERS O F the senior class stepped up to the mike to express their chagrin that the strike might result in their graduating late which won)ri hurt

7 hope instead of brandishing swords we will bury the hatchet.' • — Dean Swartzwelter their chances to get s u m m e r jobs and that it interfered with the timetable to flpply for college scholarships Susan Lewke of Canton chastized teachers for wasting 19 days of her child's education and pledged it would never happen again, saying she would mobilize 1,900 parents who wouldn't allow "you to pussyfoot with our kids."' . Some s p e a k s s criticized the board for hiring an attorney to conduct the negotiations with the unions, suggesting it would be better if the board conducted its own negotiations. This criticism has been made during past negotiating sessions, although the board has

Teen dies after car mishap Services were held Tuesday for a 15year-old Canton youth who died after a c o m m u n i c a t i o n s m i x u p with his brother Robert Cifaldi, 15, a sophomore at Plymouth Canton High School, died -Sunday afternoon a f t e r being struck by a car driven by his 17-year-old brother. Christopher Services w e r e at Lambert-Locniskar and Vermeulen Funeral Home in Plymouth ACCORDING TO police, the mishap occurred around 1:40 p.m. Sunday on Hanford west of Beck. The youths had been playing football with friends shortly before the accident, said Can-

ton Police Lt. Larry Stewart Robert was standing in the roadway, playfully "giving his brother a hard time" by dodging in front of the car. Stewart said Christopher, a senior at Plymouth Canton High, drove forward, assuming his brother would swerve in the opposite direction, Stewart said But Robert moved into the path of the car and was hit, Stewart said "They both, at the same moment, took evasive action." Stewart said. "Both went into each other's path That's all it was — a misdirection A rescue unit took Robert to Oakwood Hospital. He was immediately transferred to St Joseph Hospital, Yp-

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There were no other injuries Two 15-year-old youths were passengers in the car at the time of the incident, Stewart said. Police a r e continuing their investigation. Robert is survived by his parents, David and Gloria, and brothers Christopher, Daniel and Matthew "This has been a tragic year," said Stewart, noting this was Canton s 12th fatality for 1983, compared to three for the entice previous year

Bands to c o m p e t e Saturday The stale championship competition for high school marching bands will be held this Saturday at the Plymouth Centennial Educational P a r k (CEP). Some 28 marching bands will be competing Saturday afternoon and evening at the CEP athletic field on Canton Center Road just south of the parking lot of Plymouth Canton High This is the second year in a row that Plymouth-Canton has hosted the Michi-

gan Competing Band Directors Associations high school championship competition The afternoon competition will begin at 11 a m and the evening competition will begin at 5:30 p.m. The advance ticket price is 13 50 per person with tickets purchased on Saturday selling for $4 each The afternoon and evening shows each require a sepa rate ticket.

For those who never attended a band competition, the shows include stirring music, sharp marching and maneuvering. colorful auxiliary rifle and flag lines, and uniforms of all types The Plymouth CEP Marching Band will be competing in the evening portion In all some 3,000 band members will be on the field Saturday

what's inside Bazaars 5B Brevities 5A 6C Business 3B Canton Chatter 6-7B Church 4B C l u b s in Action 1E C r e a t i v e Living 8D Crossword -10C Entertainment 12B Military N e w s 8A Opinion 12B R e a d e r s W r i t e 6A 10A 1-4C Sports . 8A Stroller . 10B S u b u r b a n Life 1-5B 8B Travel 2A WSOP D-E Classified Sec

ADV ANCE TICKETS may be pur chased at the Sideways shop on Forest Avenue in Plymouth, at Hammell's music store on N Main. Plymouth, and at Mary's Mix-N-Match florist on Joy Road in Canton Township Anyone needing a large quantity of advance tickets may phone 459-1352

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Other participants include Flushing. Bishop Foley. Westlarvd John Glenn. Southfield. Bridgeport, Lakeview. Durand, the Scarlet Brigade from Windsor, Andover, Dondero. Flint Powers, Montrose. West Bloomfield. Clarkston, L'Uca Eisenhower Ithaca, St Charles, Flint Bentley, Bad Axe. Tawas Oxford, Petosky. Trenton. Flint Southwestern Linden. Clio, and Wyoming Park In recognition of the event, the Canton Township Board of Trustees has de clared11 Oct —L 16-22 to be High School nmrwj »* » r * Canton Supervisor James Poole, who attended last year's state competition m Canton, commented "If you watch their maneuvers marching and salutes, and don't get warm, you're not paying attention "

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WSDP / 88.1 P R O G R A M HIGHLIGHTS T H U R S D A Y (Oct. 20) 5:3# p.m. Chamber Chatter with host Michelle Trame, featuring topics regarding Canton Chamber of Commerce. 8 p.m. Greg Dudash helps you escape" with progressive contemporary music FRIDAY (Oct. 21) . 7:25 p.m High school football G a m e of the Week — Plymouth Cantos High vs. Livonia Stevenson. Scott Eddy and Les Smith provide the commentary. M O N D A Y (Oct. 24) Vintage Rock with host Tim Grand TUESDAY (Oct 25) 7:30 p.m.High school girls' basketball Game of the Week with Tim Grand and Rick Berberet. Plymouth Salem High vs. Livonia Bentley. 7 p.m.

W E D N E S D A Y (Oct. 26) News Magazine with Twila Graller

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T H U R S D A Y (Oct. 27) 8 p.m. Greg Dudash escapes with progressive contemporary music. , F R I D A Y (Oct. 28) High school football G a m e of the Western Lakes playoff game at Sa-

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M O N D A Y (Oct. 31) 7 p.m. Big Band music special with host Tim McGuire

The Michigan Court of Appeals has unanimously upheld the challenge of 77 suburban communities to water rates charged by the city of Detroit during 1976-81 The state's second highest court thus reversed an earlier Circuit Court ruling that the return on investment exacted by those r a t e s was "not unreasonable." "This is a landmark decision for the suburban customers of the water system." said Edward H. McNamara, chairman of the Suburban Association of Detroit Water Customers, which in 1976 challenged a 39 percent water

Plymouth Township hasn't passed on a water charge increase since 1976, according to Supervisor Maurice Breen Likewise, Plymouth didn't start passing on water increases until a f t e r 1981, according to Ciy Manager Henry Draper Instead, both communities used working capital to absorb the increase and now plan to return the refunds to those accounts In Plymouth Township, the refund probably will bolster the working capital enough to guard against increases for two years, Breen said.

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DETROIT'S WATER department now has three options, McNamara said. It could appeal the court of appeals decision. It could let the case go back to circuit court and let the Court decide the amount of damages. Or it could negotiate an amount to be returned to the suburban communities. "I think they might negotiate because that liability keeps climbing at 12 percent," McNamara said. THE CASE has been sent back to Circuit Court to determine the amount of the credit that should be granted to the suburban communities against their future water bills. Please turn to P a g e 7

"This is the first time water customers ever won an action against the water department. You could say we have been successful. "Detroit's liability to these communities under this ruling could be in excess of $35 million," said McNamara, mayor of Livonia. "There is also a 12 percent per year interest on the total." But residents of Plymouth and Plymouth Township shouldn't watch their mailboxes for refund checks. Officials f r o m both communities said the anticipated refunds won't be passed on because the increases — which caused the overcharges — were absorbed by the municipalities

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Residents can watch their TV Thursday night and learn how to protect it against theft, as well as other belongings and property A two-hour c r i m e prevention prog r a m . sponsored by P l y m o u t h Township, will be shown on cable channel 16 starting at 7 p.m. The Thursday night cable cast will be the kickoff for a 14-part series promoting Neighborhood Watch and Citizan's Band Patrols — awareness programs which help residents protect themselves against crime The series was made possible through the combined efforts of the Detroit Police Department, Schoolc r a f t College, and Omnicom Cablevision One hour of the program will be a live cablecast f r o m P l y m o u t h Township Hall; where police .officers, Neighborhood Watch volunteers. members of the Plymouth Area Citizens Teams (PACT), and homeowners discuss two videotaped introductions to the crime prevention programs. • This kickoff showing is possibly the first of its kind since it combines videotape with live cable coverage, according to Township Police Chief Carl Berry The videotapes, produced by the Detroit police and Schoolcraft College, are a new concept in training residents for crime prevention, he said. "The Detroit Police are experts in the Neighborhood Watch field They

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Deputies examine goodies Using metal detectors, the Wayne County Sheri f f s Department will assist residents this Halloween between 7 and 10 p.m., Sheriff Robert A. Ficano announced. Officers will be stationed in the Sheriff's P a r k Station, Hines Parkway west of Newburgh, and McDonald's Restaurant, 5235 M e r r i m a n , Westland. The sheriff also urged children and parents to heed these safety recommendations. • Wear light-colored clothing short enough to prevent tripping and add reflectors. • Make sure children can see well through face masks. • Accompany young children. • Go out in daylight and carry a flashlight in case of a delay. • Stay within the neighborhood and visit only homes you know • Examine candy before allowing children to eat it.

THE TOWNSHIP HAS invited representatives from the various homeowners associations to take part in the live discussions of the tapes. Berry encourages other homeowners to watch the program, with the anticipation Neighborhood Watch groups will be formed. Currently Plymouth Township has 6 such groups, with the potential for 31 "We want people to recognize that we do have crime and we want people to be aware of it and we need their help," he said Since Jan 1 some 184 homes in the Plymouth community have been burglarized, according to Berry Another 5" businesses have been broken into, while 81 vehicles have been vandalized or stolen — 11 in the month of September 'This series will educate people in what to report, so that we can better prevent crime around their homes. It's what you can do for your own neighborhood.'' he said. Although participation in the live discussion Thursday night is by invitation only, a limited amount of seats still are available to the general public, he said Anyone interested in sitting in on the discussion should call the township supervisor's office at 453-2671 Showings of the subsequent series parts will be announced in the future.

never bargained directly with any union in tbe history of the district. Raymond Masters urged the board not to increase class size "Remember as you increase production the quality of the product will suffer Tricia Enoch, speaking for an ad hoc group calling themselves "concerned • parents'' in Canton, told the board they had collected 1,900 signatures in a day and a half and presented them to Ingham County Circuit Judge Robert Bell. "We want the board, the unions, and

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HALLOWEEN PARTIES Saturday, Oct 29 — Canton Parks and Recreation Department is offering Children's Halloween Parties for children ages 3-12 at the recreation center on Michigan Avenue at Sheldon Road. Children should come in costume for the costume judging contest. There also will be a cartoon carnival and refreshments. Reservations a r e necessary and may be m a d e by calling the recreation department at 397-1000 between 8 30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Because of limited space, parents a r e asked to drop their children off and pick them up a f t e r the party is completed. The party for ages

munity," said Fred Hill of John Smith men's clothes Paul J, Sincock. chairman of the business division of the local United Way Drive, %dded " this is something really unique that was totally developed by the merchants in cooperation with the Plymouth Community^Chamber This shows that the merchants are involved in their community."

Plymouth Mayor Eldon W Martin has declared October as Plymouth Community Fund United Way month and is urging residents to support the m e r c h a n t s on this worthy cause on United Way Day on Oct. 22, 1983 P a r t i c i p a t i n g merchants include: Sacks of Forest Avenue; Tadmore's of Plymouth, Andy's Hallmark, Sportventure; Salt Box; Beautiful People Hair

Forum, Nawrot Pendleton Shop; Put up on Shop, Bed n Stead; Baskets and -Bows; Enchant®'; All by Hand, Her Closet n' Gifts; Plymouth Hobby Shop; Little Angels Shop, Collectors Shop. Plymouth Book World; Cloverdale Farm Dairy; Bluford Jewelers, Hands on Leather, Sideways; Cheese and Wine Barn; Energy Connection, Dragon Fly; Cozy Cafe;

Chic Boutique, Land & Seas; Towne & Tweed, Biran's Sweet Shop; Gail's Doghouse. The Gift Trap, Hidden Treasures; Lorraine's Dolls; Heide's — Bill Ruehr Florist; Plymouth Metal Detector, Yesterday & Today; Red Flannel & Dancewear. Before & After Shoppe, Corner Curtain Shoppe; m e and mr jones. E n g r a v i n g Connection; F a m o u s

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of Plymouth Christian Academy, and a representative of the Canton Goodfellows. The Chamber will supply f r e e cider and doughnuts

cation committee of Our Lady of pood Counsel Catholic Church is having a presentation on "Social, Responsibility and Your Conscience" at 7 30 p.m. in the gym of the school on Penniman west of Main in the city of Plymouth Sponsored by P a x Christi Chapter at St. John Seminary. Plymouth, the presentation will focus on the Pastoral Letter of U.S. Catholic Bishops The presentation is called "The Challenge of Peace God's Promise and Our Response." Admission is free and all members of the community are welcome,

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A group of Northville Township homeowners are seeking public support at a rally to protest the moving of a state prison site The Michigan Department of Corrections recently announced its intention to move a new prison site from Five Mile Road and Beck to Five Mile and Sheldon. The move, according to the corrections department, will save some $20 million - even though preliminary construction work has been completed at the original site. The Northville group. Concerned Citizens for Western Wayne County, scheduled the Saturday morning rallyin anticipation of raising funds to pay for its lobbyist, J i m Karub The group reportedly has raised $14,000 of the needed $20,000 for Karub's services In addition to raising funds, the rally is being held to inform residents about the effects of moving the site

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"WE USED to be pleased that we were represented by a man who saw the MX for what it is, a first strike, destabilizing, and utterly useless weapon, and we hope these petitions will demonstrate to Congressman Pursell that he has a great deal of support if he again votes his conscience against MX funding," Larry Hutchinson of Adrian stated "J can't believe that Pursell, who has been so opposed to the MX in the past, really feels comfortable supporting the MX using hie failed lo
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A petition containing some 10,000 petitions protesting development of the MX missile was presented last week to the local office of Li.S. Carl Pursell, RPlymouth. The 10.000 signatures on petitions against the MX were collected from Livonia, Plymouth. Northville. Ann Arbor. Jackson. Hillsdale, and Adrian by residents of the 2nd Congressional District When the petitions were presented by the 2nd District Emergency Campaign to Stop the MX, some 70 balloons were released f r o m a model MX missile at Pursell's Plymouth office at 134 N. Main. The 70 balloons symbolize the $70.2 million Pursell's District will lose in taxes if the first strike MX is built, says Johanne Fechter of the Peace Resource Center of Western Wayne County "Congressman Pursell needs to know that many constituents in the district are very seriously opposed to him voting for the MX." said Helene Ellis of the Hillsdale Center for Peaee~Xware-

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CANTON H A U N T E D HOUSE The Canton Jaycees are operating a Haunted House in a ranch-type house on the south side of Ford Road about 100 yards east of 1-275 from 7 to 10:30 p.m week days and from 7 p.m. to midnight through Oct 30

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f u n d a m e n t a l , underlying issues a r e m o r e those of m u t u a l respect, f a i r n e s s and trust. T h e r e obviously is a strong and virtually u n a n i m o u s feeling a m o n g e m ployees of h a v i n g been treated u n f a i r l y and with l i t t l e h u m a n concern or dignity by their a d m i n i s t r a t o r s and board for a long t i m e . T h i s is not a new problem. I h a v e seen it developing increasingly over a p e r i o d of years, growing and f e s t e r i n g and finally erupting into this c o m p l e t e b r e a k d o w n in c o m m u n i cation and w o r k s t o p p a g e by all of the employee groups U n f o r t u n a t e l y , w o r s e is yet to c o m e . It is c l e a r t h a t this bitterness and frustration will remain longer a f t e r the c o n t r a c t s a r e f i n a l l y negotiated and that our c h i l d r e n ' s education and the health of the school system itself will continue to s u f f e r . I have a t h i r d expectation of m y school b o a r d a n d administration. Citizens have the r i g h t to W told honestly and openly w h a t is happening in the district and to b e provided with a m p l e opportunities to e x p r e s s their opinions to the collective b o a r d and administration in an open f o r u m . It appears that during the last f e w weeks, every e f f o r t has been m a d e to avoid these responsibilities. The c o m b i n a t i o n of rescheduled board meetings, cancelled board meetings, board meetings held in

To the e d i t o r When I c a s t my v o t e for a school board m e m b e r , I e x p e c t to e l e c t someone who will r e p r e s e n t m y i n t e r e s t s a s a t a x p a y e r and p a r e n t in the m a n a g e m e n t of the school d i s t r i c t ' s a f f a i r s . An i m p o r t a n t p a r t of this e x p e c t a tion involves a c a r e f u l c o n t r o l of the district's financial a f f a i r s . H o w e v e r , an equally c r i t i c a l p a r t is t h e d e v e l o p m e n t of an e f f e c t i v e spirit of t e a m w o r k between the c e n t r a l a d m i n i s t r a t i o n a n d employees, based upon f a i r n e s s , cooperation, m u t u a l good will and t r u s t This responsibility lies e q u a l l y with the board and with its a d m i n i s t r a t o r s : the board to set the policy and d i r e c t i o n and the a d m i n i s t r a t o r s they e m p l o y to turn t h a t policy into a living, b r e a t h i n g reality by w o r k i n g openly with t h e e m ployees of the district. It is obvious t h a t in our d i s t r i c t today t h e r e is a c o m p l e t e b r e a k d o w n in the working relationship between the board and c e n t r a l a d m i n i s t r a t i o n on one side a n d virtually e v e r y d i s t r i c t e m p l o y e e on the other It e x t e n d s f a r deeper than the f i n a n c i a l issues that a r e the c u r r e n t focus of a t t e n t i o n . The

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No d a t e has been set for f u r t h e r t r i a l c o u r t proceedings. The appeals c o u r t ruled that Wex ford County Circuit J u d g e William P e t e r s o n e r r e d m a c c e p t i n g the r a t e f o r m u l a set by D e t r o i t The c a s e w a s shifted to the W e x f o r d judge in a c h a n g e of venue G e o r g e E Ward, a t t o r n e y for the s u b u r b a n c o m m u n i t i e s , explained how Detroit w a s found to have overc h a r g e d s u b u r b a n c u s t o m e r s $T 4 million a y e a r and $37 1 million over five years. " T h e trial c o u r t w a s held to have misapplied the cost of capital m e t h o d in finding not u n r e a s o n a b l e D e t r o i t ' s p r a c t i c e of m a k i n g a c h a r g e for r e t u r n on investment a m o u n t i n g to 9 p e r c e n t of the value of all capital p l a n t and equipment used in serving t h e suburbs, Ward said.

on the share of p l a n t owned by it f r e e and c l e a r w a s not 9 percent, but a p p r o x i m a t e l y 17 6 p e r c e n t "If 9 p e r c e n t is d e e m e d to be a f a i r annual r e t u r n , then the a p p r o x i m a t e 17 6 p e r c e n t a c t u a l l y c h a r g e d each year on D e t r o i t ' s equity in t h e suburban-used p l a n t includes an o v e r c h a r g e of 8 6 p e r c e n t p e r y e a r The dollar v a l u e of Detroit's equity in the s u b u r b a n - u s e d plant is a p p r o x i m a t e l y $86 4 million, t a k e n f r o m D e t r o i t ' s own financial records.

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"I D O N ' T think the business c o m m u nity is against m e — just one o r g a n i z a tion," Alio told senators. He m e a n t t h e Michigan S t a t e C h a m ber of C o m m e r c e , which c o n d u c t e d a l e t t e r writing c a m p a i g n and o r g a n i z e d m e m b e r s to a p p e a r a t t h e c o n f i r m a t i o n h e a r i n g w e a r i n g "Stop Alio" b u t t o n s Alio said the Michigan M a n u f a c t u r e r s Association and Big T h r e e autom a k e r s " h a v e d e a l t with m e f i r s t - h a n d and know w h a t I a m . A lot of p e o p l e in t h e r o o m h a v e been genuinely m i s l e d . " When Sen. Nick Smith, R - H i l l s d a l e County, asked w h a t he would to " o v e r c o m e t h e anti-business s y m b o l i s m , " Alio replied:

The six a r e a u t o m a t i c a l l y c o n f i r m e d 60 d a y s a f t e r their a p p o i n t m e n t s unless 20 s e n a t o r s vote to r e j e c t t h e m By Republican calculations, Allo's 60 d a y s e x p i r e Monday Thus, today is the final working day for R e p u b l i c a n s to f o r c e S e n a t e action

"I've been t u r n e d into a symbol, and I don't believe t h e r e ' s any reality to it, said Alio, who will serve 3 ^ y e a r s on the W o r k e r s Compensation Appeals Board unless 20 s e n a t o r s vote to r e j e c t him

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R e p u b l i c a n s t a t e senators today headed f o r a showdown vote on GovJ a m e s Blarvchard s choice to head a m a j o r s t a t e a g e n c y GOP L e a d e r s w e r e confident t h a t even if they c a n ' t r e j e c t Clifford Alio, they can expose Blanchard a s being anti-business .

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-•err? T o c u s . t h e y o u t h o f f i c e r .'or S o u t h f i e l d 7 c * * f c p . sajd be has received several inquiries ahowE m r a a n g c h i l d r e n s i n c e t h e s h o w i n g of .Adam." T o b i a s w a s a m e m b e r of t h e O a k l a n d County H o m i c i d e T a s k F o r c e — t h e o f f i c i a l n a m e of the g r o u p t h a t i n v e s t i g a t e d t h e f o u r k i l l i n g s T o b i a s d i d n ' t k n o w of a n y a b d u c t i o n s of c h i l d r e n m t h i s a r e a . rinHng t h e p a s t y e a r , h e said.— "It has not b e e n a p r o b l e m , lately. But t h e d a n g e r is a l w a y s there.E d u c a t i n g c h i l d r e n a b o u t a b d u c t i o n p o s e s a dil e m m a f o r p a r e n t s . On t h e one h a n d , t h e y t e a c h c h i l d r e n t o be p o l i t e a n d f r i e n d l y t o a l l p e r s o n s . At the s a m e t i m e , p a r e n t s p r e a c h . " D o n ' t t a l k t o strangers." W h a t ' s Tobias" a d v i c e ? •'The g o a l of p a r e n t s s h o u l d be not to t e a c h f e a r , but t o e d u c a t e K i d s u n d e r s t a n d a lot m o r e than w e give t h e m credit for. " P a r e n t s m u s t k e e p t h e doors to c o m m u n i c a t i o n o p e n so t h e y c a n f r e e l y d i s c u s s this s u b j e c t w i t h their children."

the stroller L W.W. Edgar Who could forget the Graystone, the Grande, Oriole Terrace or Webster Hall — the latter now one of the main buildings of Wayne State University? T h e m a j o r h o t e l s s p o n s o r e d d a n c i n g with the c o u n t r y ' s l e a d i n g b a n d s — G u y L o m b a r d o . Ted Lewis, H e n r y M a n c i n i , B o b C h e s t e r , G e n e G o l d k e t t e and L a w r e n c e Welk T h e s e d a n c e s a l w a y s w e r e t r e a t s , and even w h e n t h e H u c k f a m i l y o w n e d Westwood G a r d e n s on M i c h i g a n A v e n u e , it w a s a r e a l t r e a t just to sit and w a t c h t h e t w o - s t e p p e r s and w a l t z e r s d a n c e to t h e s t r a i n s of big n a m e b a n d s T H E R E W E R E o t h e r o u t s t a n d i n g d a n c e s besides the waltz T h e t w o - s t e p w a s t h e f a v o r i t e of t h e y o u n g e r f o l k s b e c a u s e it w a s f a s t e r A n o t h e r f a v o r i t e w a s t h e so hot t i s c he. w h e r e you took t h r e e s t e p s and t h e n kicked The r e a l f u n w a s t o a t t e n d H u n g a r i a n w e d d i n g s At t h e s e f u n c t i o n s , t h e b r i d e a l w a y s r e t u r n e d t o t h e hall w e a r i n g a n a p r o n and a c c e p t e d g i f t s of m o n e y w h e n you d a n c e d with h e r It w a s t h e r u l e in t h o s e d a y s t h a t t h e d a n c e r s h e l p e d set up t h e young couples in h o u s e k e e p i n g . These dances were typically called hoe-downs and w e r e r e a l f u n T h e y a r e gone, possibly n e v e r t o return T h e r e a r e o t h e r s t h a t a r e only m e m o r i e s T h e r e a r e t h e t a p d a n c i n g in s i n g l e s and s o f t shoe d a n c i n g , s t m a t r e a t w h e n you w a t c h G e n e K e l l y d a n c i n g t o t h e s t r a i n s of Singin in t h e R a i n " What a p l e a s u r e it would be t o h a v e those d a y s hack again

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and ballroom E V E R Y Y E A R a b o u t this time, when t h e f r o s t is on the p u m p k i n and t h e c o m is in t h e s h o c k . T h e Stroller c o n t r a c t s a spell of h o m e s i c k n e s s He d like t o t u r n b a c k the p a g e s and live a g a i n in the era when h a y r i d e s out to t h e c o u n t r y h o t e l s f o r a good chicken d i n n e r and an e v e n i n g of all s o r t s of dancing w e r e t h e vogue There was n o t h i n g like the old-fashioned s q u a r e dances for a n e v e n i n g of f u n And a s he s i t s in f r o n t of his television t h e s e e v e n i n g s and w a t c h e s s o m e of the outlandish p e r f o r m a n c e s of w h a t they c a l l m o d ern dancing, he c a n a l m o s t h e a r t h e " c a l l e r " b e l l o w out. Swing your p a r t n e r turn to the left turn to the r i g h t , " concluding w i t h " A l l h a n d s round." They w e r e e v e n i n g s of g r e a t f u n , but t h e y h a v e b e c o m e only m e m o r i e s Now, in s o m e p l a c e s , t h e r e is a m o v e t o b r i n g those d a y s b a c k by t e a c h i n g . s q u a r e d a n c i n g at s o m e of t h e m u n i c i p a l r e c r e a t i o n centers

plus s t r i k e w a s w o r t h a n e x t r a p e r c e n t . We n e e d to r e a l i z e that e m p l o y e e s w a l k e d out e x p e c t i n g m o r e t h a n a 1 p e r c e n t i n c r e a s e a b o v e w h a t w a s on t h e t a b l e at t h a t t i m e . W h a t t h e unions r e a l l y d e c i d e d , q u i t e r e l u n c t a n t l y a p p a r e n t l y , w a s that t h e a d d e d 1 or 1.5 p e r c e n t w a s w o r t h p u t t i n g a s t o p t o t h e strike. Thus, t h a t w a s t h e p r i c e of r e t u r n i n g to work, not t h e p r i c e of s t r i k i n g . In a n y e v e n t , all p a r t i e s involved c a n b r e a t h e a sigh of relief t h a t t h e s t r i k e is o v e r and t h e b u s i n e s s of e d u c a t i o n o n c e a g a i n is u n d e r w a y . Hopefully, t h e c o m m u n i t y c a n find a w a y t o set a s i d e f e e l i n g s of a n g e r , b i t t e r n e s s , f r u s t r a t i o n and h o p e l e s s n e s s which s u r f a c e d d u r i n g the p a s t c o u p l e weeks. C e r t a i n l y p e o p l e on both sides, and t h o s e

Regular readers of this column have asked me where 1 get my information on high technology. Basically I use the three R s - research, reading and reflection. Research includes library references as well as interviews with key informants. Reading is probably my greatest resource because I always seem to have my nose in a book or magazine which addresses some aspect of high technology Lastly, reflection is what I do when I am preparing myself to write the column. NUMEROUS SCIENCE and tech oriented magazines a r e on the newsstand I have found several to be invaluable with up to date information. These include: High Technology. Technology Illustrated, Science 83 and Discover. Changes in science and technology are coming faster and faster these days. Science news is outdated almost as soon as it is reported. If you want to keep up with newest developments, you may want to subscribe to one or more of these magazines. In most cases, local libraries also subscribe to these periodicals. All four magazines a r e less than three years old They were published during a boom in the magazine industry when many new periodicals hit the newsstand in an attempt to offer science and technical information to the general public. Not all survived. ONE O F THE first to appear was Discover. This Time-Life publication is billed as "America's leading science magazine." The writing is down-to-earth and jargon-free, similar to Time magazine Discover has regular departments on personalities, news items, essays and profiles of science people. In addition, each issue has reviews of books and exhibitions Recent articles include a feature on acid rain, super antibodies, the computer as scientist and high-tech wine making Subscription price for 12 issues is 122 per year, or $2 per issue at the newsstand. Send subscriptions to: Discover, Time-Life Bldg.. 541 N. Fairbanks Ct , Chicago, IL 60611 SCIENCE 83, also first appearing in 1980. is published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science A general interest magazine geared toward a college-educated lay audience. Science 83 includes material on developments in science and their i m pact on people. Each issue describes important and eiciting developments in all'the sciences, medicine and technology. The magazine also profiles scientists and

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from our readers Disburbed by the shorter day To the editor: I am disturbed by the change in the middle school day being negotiated by the Plymouth-Can ton Board of Education and the Plymouth-Canton Education Association. If class periods are now too short, why not schedule each class fewer times per week for a longer time, instead of eliminating one period, i.e. one subject? I hope that my student will not be faced with having to choose between a foreign language and band when he is a ninth grader. I don't consider a foreign language an elective for a college-bound ninth grader. And his musical education is equally important. The board and the PCEA should carefully consider the impact of the proposal on students Alayne Gelletly Plymouth

Questions asked of both sides To the editor An open letter to the Plymouth-Canton teachers and school board. After listening to all the emotionalism being displayed by both sides over the question once again of teacher and school system employee compensation. I find myself once again feeling like the proverbial rope in a tug of war. being tugged at f r o m both sides Since it's always easy to be critical from a distance and since I really don't know enough about the facts f r o m either side, I'll refrain from compounding the situation with more childlike rhetoric

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However, I will share- some thoughts from the parent corner of this situation • Why is it that neither side ever communicates with the parent group at-large until they are in a state of crisis? • Why is it that neither side ever communicates with the parent group at-large on anything other than compensation'' (i.e., qualify of education) • Why is it that the facts regarding the results or accomplishments of this school system are never published . . . are there none? How do our children rank in college entrance scores a f t e r 12 years here? How well do they do in college comparably to other systems? • This community is paying for the best in education . . are they getting the best? • Do teachers get a formal annual written appraisal . if so, what are the results? • Why do you both continue to use my children as "pawns" in your "game?" I don't want them in school next summer! • What is the educational truth today on class size 1 How do teaching aids affect this size? Are teachers provided modern teaching aids like computers? • What a r e the facts on maintenance personnel and administrator numbers and salaries? (i.e.. is too much money going for wages rather than educational "tools"'") • How many class hours a day do middle school and high school teachers actually teach? Finally, a note of personal emotion — please don't waste any more of your breath telling me about your workload and work burden . . you all chose your profession like we parents and I don't get home at 3:30 in the afternoon nor have three "mental health" months off each year. To all of you get your act together and earn parental support through communication and results. I want my kids back in school' Maybe we parents should keep our kids home on all the official state "count" days besides voting down additional millage until we see some of the fiscal responsibility and professionalism you all profess so strongly. In conclusion, to the Plymouth-Canton Employees Coalition . . what do you mean

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If you have little giri. or e v e r w e r e a little girl, you m a y have missed the opp o r t u n i t y of a lifetime. Younger e y e s w e r e opened to the b e a u t y and c a r e of t h e past Older eyes w e r e reminded of those h a p p y days when their f a v o r i t e doll sat proudly s m a c k - d a b in the middle of her bed and waited each day f o r t h e r e t u r n of her " M o m m y

Canton chatter Sandy Preblich How about our Historical M u s e u m ? G e t t i n g better every day, and g e t t i n g s o m e new m e m b e r s too B a r t B e r t would like to thank the " n e w b l o o d " who c a m e out to help him and Roy Schultz put up a rail f e n c e to house a n y horse d r a w n , or other old f a r m implem e n t s the society acquires.

J u s t this past week, I had the p l e a s u r e of m e e t i n g Mrs Nellie Schroeder a s she presented 35 of her time-worn collection of m o r e than 200 dolls to the C a n t o n Historical Society and guests. Shroeder, who lives m Wayne, is t h e a u n t of Tillie Schultz of Canton, who a r r a n g e d her a p p e a r a n c e at the society meeting.

The volunteers w e r e Floyd B o h m s of Denton Roack R o b e r t Boyer of B a n Road, and J i m V i c k e r m a n of G e d d e s R o a d . B a r t reminds m e t h a t a l t h o u g h S c h r o e d e r ' s collection h a s a 50-year- they a r e expecting to receive a plow old doll given to her by her daughter, and cultivator Monday, and a c o r n who had received it for her birthday. I binder is on the way, he is anxious t o believe t h e oldest doll d a t e s back to t h e h e a r f r o m anyone who m i g h t know of 1840s. Although it is not nice to m e n - any horse-drawn c u t t e r s , w a g o n s with tion a lady's age, I'm s u r e in this c a s e it .steel rims, or the like. is a m a t t e r of pride with the dolls J u s t give B a r t a call 495-0811.

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S C H R O E D E R , 82, no longer can k e e p up the tradition of taking her collection to the local schools and showing her t r e a s u r e s to the young One fascinating thing about those visits, the litt l e b o y s s e e m e d to p r e f e r t h e h o m e m a d e dolls, not the fancy d r e s s e d Genny J u n e ' ' dolls by M a r k F a r m e r of C a l i f o r n i a , or even the Indian dolls c o m p l e t e with papoose She said they liked the plain ones t h a t most people would t h r o w a w a y

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I hope that when the next opportunity to see an old doll collection p r e s e n t s itself, you'll g r a b the c h a n c e and your d a u g h t e r . Maybe you'll s e e your f a v o r ite old doll — in s o m e o n e else's c a r e .

Add to this overall f i r s t place, f o r which they o v e r c a m e s o m e o u t s t a n d i n g groups from Lakeview, Flushing. B r i d g e p o r t and Clio These g r o u p s h a v e been no easy m a t c h for our o u t s t a n d i n g bands in the past, but this y e a r they m e t their m a t c h . We also won s o m e s i n g u l a r a w a r d s for things like best color guard, best winds and best percussion.

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Daniel and Ctae'ri Boughner of C a n t o n a n n o u n c e the birth of their f i r s t child, a d a u g h t e r Sarah Kathleen. Sept 21 in Sinai Hospital, Detroit. G r a n d p a r e n t s a r e K a t h l e e n Aenis of F e r n d a l e and Leona Boughner of P o r t Huron. T o m and Lynda Z a h m of B a r t l e t t Street, Canton Township announce the birth of their d a u g h t e r , Sarah Elizabeth, Sept. 29 in St J o s e p h Mercy Hospital, Ann Arbor They have an older d a u g h t e r , Emily K a t h r y n , 1W y e a r s G r a n d p a r e n t s a r e Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Z a h m of Union L a k e and M r and M r s W.J P o l l a r d of Iron Mountain.

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F r a n k and J a n e t Ladzinski of S i m c o e Drive, Canton Township a n n o u n c e t h e birth of their d a u g h t e r , Allison M a r i e , Sept 21 in St. J o s e p h Mercy Hospital. Ann Arbor She is their f i r s t child. G r a n d p a r e n t s a r e P e t e and L e o n o r a P a r i s of South Lyon and S t e p h a n i e L a d zinski of H a m t r a m c k .

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ALONE TOGETHER St. Edith's Widow-Widower social group will meet at 8 p.m. today in the church hall, 15089 Newburgh, Livonia (south of Five Mile). Mike Best, an authority on travel will present the program, "All You Want to Know About Cruises." His talk will include film slides A question and answer period will follow. Admission is | J Open to widows and widowers only For information, call Sarah Skatikat, 464-3136, a f t e r 5 p.m.

Resource Center of Schoolcraft College, no reservation is necessary Sessions a r e free. For information. call tbe center. 591-6400 Ext 432 •

MOTHERS OF TWINS Tbe Plymouth-Canton Mothers of Twins Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct 27 at the ' h o m e of Judy Swancutt It will be a craft night with steociliag and cross stitch. All mothers of multiple births are welcome Call Joyce, 453-2729, for information.



PILOT CLUB FALL COUNCIL The Pflot Club of Metropolitan Detroit with m e m b e r s f r o m the suburbs is boating its annual fall council at the Plymouth Hilton Inn Saturday and Sunday Eldon Martin, mayor of the city of Plymouth. will welcome tbe guests f r o m the Indiana and Michigan District of Pilot International. John M. Lauter. Livonia organist, will present a concert Saturday evening. Pilot International is a service club of professional and business women.



SUNSHINE G A R D E N CLUB Sunshine Garden Club will meet at 7 30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28. at S t Michael Lutheran Church, 7000 Sheldon Road. Canton. Living wreaths will be made. New members a r e welcome. Call Cindy Decum, 453-6734, for information PLYMOLTH NEWCOMERS W E S T E R N C O U P L E S SOCIAL Deadline is Monday. Oct. 24, for reservations for the social, 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Nov. 4, at the Lazy J. Ranch. Call P a t Haliacre, 455-1255 for reservations. There will be music, dancing and chicken snack. Cost is $19 per couple Bring a guest Reservations are limited.



BOTANICAL GARDENS TOUR The docents of the Matthaei Botanical Gardens of the University of Michigan will offer a tour at 2 p.m. Sunday. Theme will be sensory perceptions No reservation is necessary Tbe gardens are at 1800 Dixboro, Ann Arbor. Admission to the outdoor trails is free; conservatory charge LS | 1 Tbe docents also give group tours Monday through Friday if a reservation is first made by calling the office. 764-1168.

• PLYMOUTH NEWCOMERS MEMBERSHIP TEA Tea for prospective m e m b e r s will be 1-3 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25 Women who have lived in the city of Plymouth or Plymouth Township two years or less are invited Anyone interested in attending should call Delores Kurtz, 459-2353, lor information.

• H E L P A HEART The Ticker Club is collecting Heinz baby food labels between now and Dec 31. Labels are worth three cents each to the non-profit organization founded to support the Children's Hospital of Michigan Cardiac Dept. Please help by sending labels to Barb Kibler. 1173 Canterbury Circle, Canton 48187



AARP MEETING The Plymouth-Northville chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons 1311, will be at noon Wednesday, Oct 26, at the Plymouth Cultural Center, 525 F a r m e r Street. Plymouth Bring your own brown bag lunch. Coffee and tea will be available. Visitors are invited. Remember to bring canned or non-perishable food for the Salvation Army. The board of directors will meet at 10 30 a.m. Tickets for the annual Thanksgiving dinner Nov. 16 at Lerights a r e available at $7.50 per person from Marian Coon. Speaker at the November meeting will be Chuck Childs who will talk about the nuclear weapon freeze movement



LA L E C H E L E A G U E The Plymouth-Canton La Leche League will meet at 7 30 p.m Tuesday. Oct. 25, at 215 Adams. Plymouth. All mothers and babies welcome. Tricks of the trade and natural mothering for ypur baby and your family will be discussed. For m o r e information concerning breastfeeding, call Laura, 4596585, or Gloria, 464-9714 • ORAL MAJORITY TOASTMASTERS CLUB Club will meet at 5;30 p.m Tuesday at Denny's Restaurant. Ann Arbor Road at 1-275, Plymouth. It is a dinner meeting and those attending may order from the menu. Toastmasters promotes communications and leadership. For reservations or information. call Phyllis Sullivan. 455-1635 C O M P U T E R CLUB The West Metro 99ers User Group will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27 at First baptist Church, 45000 North Territorial Road, Plymouth. The group is opens to all those who are interested in the Texas Instruments TI-99 4A home computer and its usage F o r m o r e information, call Roy Rennolds, 5288



CANTON K-C D I N N E R D A N C E Knights of Columbus Canton Council 8284 will have its charter dinner dance at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28 in the Fr. Daniel A Lord Council Hall. 39050 Schoolcraft, Livonia Dinner, dancing and open bar will cost $30 per couple Everyone is welcome For tickets call Marvin Schutz, 397-1359, or Vic Carabott, 397-0935



• D I V O R C E S U P P O R T G R O U P F O R WOMEN Group will meet from 7-9 p.m. Thursday. Oct. 27 in Room B370 of the Liberal Arts Building of Schoolcraft College, 18600 Haggerty Road, Livonia Group discussion shares problems and concerns, ideas and information Sponsored by the Women's



MICHIGAN A D O P T I V E PARENTS The Michigan Adoptive P a r e n t s Association will have a general membership meeting at 8 p.m, Friday, Oct. 21, at St. Linus School in Dearborn -Heights, between Beech Daly and Telegraph, off Haas The. meeting will be open to any interested adoptive parents. There will be a $1 charge for nonmembers. Gaest speaker will be Michael Katz, who has a special interest in adoption. For information, call Jim Allor, 459-3371

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Holiday craft sales in full swing • O U R LADY O F V I C T O R Y A R T & C R A F T SHOW Saturday. Oct. 22 — Our Lady of Victory Catholic School PTO will have its annual art and c r a f t show and bake sale 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The show wilj.be in the social hall of tbe church, 7770 Thayer, Northvi Northville • FARRANDPTO ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR Saturday, Oct. 29 — F a r r a n d Elementary School PTO will have its annual fair 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the school, 41400 Greenbriar Lane, in Lake Pointe Village. Plymouth Township. More than 60 exhibitors will offer f r a m e d art works, clocks, cabinets, duck decoys, fabric crafts, stained glass, baskets, folk art, weaving, dolls, woodcraft, wreaths of all types. The PTO will sell baked goods and will serve lunch throughout the fair. Admission is f r e e



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and free parking is available. Proceeds from the fair buy items for students Last year the PTO bought computers for classroom use. •

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outh Hilton Inn, Northville Road at Five Mile. Craft sale will be open to the public 9:30-11:30 a.m. and 1:30-3 p.m. Club m e m b e r s and guests will have lunch beginning at 11:30 a.m. Luncheon reservation deadline is Oct 31 The clubs welcome guests. Call Eileen Graham, 453-3906, for reservations

COUNTRY P E D D L E R Saturday. Nou. 5 — The Plymouth Christian Academy country crafts sale will be f r o m 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the school. Joy Road east of Main Street Admission is free. Wide assortment Christmas Items, dried flowers and herbs, baked goods, produce, second hand items, baskets stencils, stuffed toys and straw work. • FRIENDS OF GARDENS ANNUAL F A L L SALE Saturday. Nov. 5 — The Friends of the Matthaei Botanical Gardens will be selling artemisia, magnolia, grapevine, spanish moss, straw, dusty miller, and sage wreaths f r o m 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the auditorium of tbe gardens, 1800 Dixboro Road. Barley sheaves, suncatchers, plants, herb bread, herb tea, potpourris, bulbs, wrapping paper, mulled wine mix and others for sale.

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I n L i v o n i a — S t P a u l Ev L - t h e r a n C h u r c h 1 7 8 1 0 ^ a r m i n g t o r - ! R<3 Pastor W m f r e d K o e l p m • 2 6 ' - 8 7 5 9 W o r s h i p Services - 8:30 i 11:00 A.M.

11KK) A.M. Morning Worship 6:30 P.M. Evening W o r s h i p , HERALD OF HOPE WYFC 1520 Hoc thru Fri. 8:45 AM

TIMOTHY tWTHE«AN CHURCH

RADIO H O U R WCAR 1090 SUNOAY -.0 30 A M

9:40 A.M. S u n d a y S c h o o l

T h o m a s Pals. A s s o c i a t e

Mrs R . t ' i a r d «.av* MuS'C O"

8:15 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. S u n d a y School OFFICE: 427-2290

In P l y m o u t h — St Peter Ev Lutheran Church 1343 Per-mman Ave

°as:or .ednard Koeninger - 453.3393 A or ship Services 8 S 10 3C a m • SunCay S c h o o l 9 V5 a m In R e d f o r d T o w n s h i p - Lola Park Ev L u t h e r a n C h u r c h . 14750 Kinloch P a s t o r E d w a r d Zeii - 5 3 2 - 8 6 5 5 Worship S e m i t e s 8 30 a m S i f a rr. • Sunday School 9 45 a

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THE LORD'S HOUSE A Full G o s p e l Church 36924 Ann Arbor Trail 4 Newborgh 522-0463 Pastor J a c k Forsyth Sunday School 10 0 0 arh M o r n i n g W o r s h i p 11.00 air. Evening Service 7 00 p m Wednesday Service ' 0 0 p m Open Every Day 9 00 am Until 11 0 0 p m Children s Ministry at Every Service 24 Moor Prayer Lme 522 84 to

Anxiety has been called " t h e d i s e a s e of our a g e . " No wonder! The d e s i r e for s u c c e s s , popularity, and s t a t u s c a n bec o m e an inner ache Q u e s t i o n s a b o u t society, values, and our t h r e a t e n e d world can turn into a gnawing hetpiessn e « Day after day it chips at us. What can be d o n e ? Is there any a n t i d o t e for anxiety? Life isn't always e a s y or pleasant No one told us It would b e When J e s u s said, "I'll never leave you or f o r s a k e you," He's recognizing the p r e s e n c e of anxiety But he helps us face sguerety, dee! wtth itgs and m o v e beyond Its power H HimeeM a n d Me r e e o u r c e e t o s u s t a i n us, and h e l p u e g r o w in e v e r y s i t u a tion of Life. Ml. H o p * C o n g r e g a t i o n a l C h u r c h rah

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Sunday Schoof 9 30 A V Sunday Worship i t ' 0 0 A w Also First Sunday Monthly at 6 00 0 m Bible Class - Tues 7:30 P M All scheduled services in English P i n n i s l language service scheduled monthfv Third Sunday at ' i 00 A.M AISO available at anv time J

UNITY OF LIVONIA 28660 Five Mile 421-1760 SUNDAY 10 00 & 11 30 AM Dial s - T h o u g h t 2«1 2*40

NEWBURGH AT PLYMOUTH ROAD 464-0990 Sunday School 9 30 A.M.. Worship 10:45 4 6:30; Wednesday 7 00 P.M.

NEWLIFF COMMUNITY CHURCH

DETROIT LAESTADIAN CONGREGATION 290 Fairground at Ann Arbor Trail - Plymouth D o n a l d W. Lahti, Pastor

UNITY

"WE INVITE YOU TO WORSHIP WITH US THIS LORD'S DAY AS WE CELEBRATE 'REFORMATION SUNDAY'"

LIVONIA 15431 M e r n m a n Rd SUNDAY WORSHIP 11 00 AM & 6 0 0 PM Rob Robinson Minister Robert Duiton" Youth Minister 4?7-B743

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GENEVA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (U.S.A) 5835 Sheldon Rd.. CANTON WORSMPftCHURCH SCHOOL MO AM. t 11.00 A.M. Kenneth F. Qniebei, Paetoc 459-0013

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(All ages I 9 30 a m Mtvning Worship 10 45 a i Evening Worship & Voulh Meetings 6 30pm

UNITED C H U R C H O F CHRIST

Samuel and Cynthia Mazzara announce the birth of a son, Christopher Michael, born Sept. 19 in Annapolis Hospital. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Mazzara of Livonia and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Prange of Roseville. A daughter, Melissa Lynn, was born Sept. 10 in Garden City Osteopathic Hospital to Mr and Mrs. William E Scott Jr. of Garden City. Her grandparents a r e Mr and Mrs. Gerard R Beer of Ormond Beach, Fla., and William E. Scott Sr of Greensburg, Pa and Jacqueline Shakar of Miami. Fla F o r m er Redford residents Mark and Judie Burgess, who now live in Quincy. Mich., announce . t h e birth of a son, Evan Mark on Aug 25 The grandparents are Mr and Mrs George Mahlmeister of Redford. and Mrs Reinhold G. Kitzmann of Redford and Mark E. Burgess of Pleasant Ridge

of C a n t o n 981-0499 M e e t i n g at: Canton High School C a n t o n Center at Joy W O R S H I P 1(MX) A.M. F e l l o w s h i p - Youth C l u b s - Choir Bible S t u d y R o f o r m o d C h u r c h in A m e r i c a

C H1RC H OF THE SAVIOR

SUNOAY SCHOOL fcJO KM

3*100 Five MN* Rend. Waet of Newtourgh Rev OCRALO OYKSTRA. Paaior 4*

SALEM UNITED CHURCH Of CHRIST 33424 Oek lend Farmington, Ml 471 SMC WO*SHI»» Kk 16 AJN Barrier ^ r e e Secluary Muraery Provided

Reforrrv>d Church In America WORSHIP 1030 AM.

NATIVITY C H U R C H Henry Ruff at West Chicago Livonia 421-540* WORSHIP & CHURCH SCHOOL 10 00 AM Dr Michael H Carman

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REV LEE W TYLER REV c a m . H SCHULTZ Raelor Emerttua PARSONAGE 477-6478 YOU ARE WELCOME!

In addition to an exchange of pastors, some lay people f r o m both churches will also take part In the celebration. The Rev. Kenneth Davis of St. Andrew's will preach at the 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. services at Holy Trinity and he will assist Pastor J a m e s Spilos in the celebration of the eucharist in the last service.

SIMILARLY, PASTOR Robert Seltz of Holy Trinity will preach at the 7:45 a.m. and 10 a.m. services at St. Andrews's and assist the Rev Gary Seymour in tbe last service at St Andrews Several lay persons from each congregation will visit the other, participating in adult discussion groups and communion services. Just over a year ago, the Episcopal

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church and some Lutheran synods declared mutual agreement in their understanding of the Christian gospel and sacraments. The approved sharing of programs and worship is seen as a move toward a closer expression of their unity. Spilos said. Holy Trinity is at 39020 Five Mile St. Andrew's is at 16360 Hubbard.

A s k t h e r e s i d e n t s of t h e Livonia O p p o r t u n i t y H o u s e w h a t t h e i n i t i a l s ADK s t a n d f o r a n d they're liable to r e s p o n d : a p ples, d o u g h n u t s a n d (candy) kisses. That's b e c a u s e m e m b e r s of t h e e d u c a t i o n a l s o r o r i ty A l p a D e l t a K a p p a p r e s e n t e d the r e s i d e n t s with t h o s e items in h o n o r of n a t i o n a l A l p h a D e l ta K a p p a W e e k . T h e p r e s e n t a tion was made by Joan P o n n e r s ( s e c o n d f r o m left), G a r n e t t a V a u g h n a n d Emily Stankus. Tau c h a p t e r m e m b e r s a n d t e a c h e r s in t h e Livon i a s c h o o l d i s t r i c t . At t h e r e c e i v i n g e n d of t h e g o o d i e s a r e Donald Lowry (left) and Dorothy G r u n s t (right). Alpha Delta K a p p a is a n i n t e r n a t i o n a l h o n o r a r y p r o f e s s i o n a l s o r o r i t y of w o m e n e d u c a t o r s with c h a p t e r s in all 50 s t a t e s a n d f i v e other countries.

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Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cook of Redford Township announced the birth of a son, Jeffrey Alan on Sept. 9 Jeffrey has three sisters, Amy. Melissa and Sarah William and Janice Higgins a r e the parents of a daughter, Sara Marie, born Sept. 26. Paternal grandparents are William and Rosemary Higgins of Northville, maternal grandparents a r e Axmando and Elvera Polidori of Tawas City, formerly of Livonia: and greatgrandmother is Filomena Polidora of Dearborn

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S T . TIMOTHY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (U.S.A.) 16700 lewtiurgh • uwjnia 464-8844 Rev. Dickson ForsyttWORSHIP 9 & 11:00 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL 11:00 a.m

& Worship

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36S00 An- A-for Tra 422-Q149 Minietere

Roy G. F o r s y t h Director o l Youth 0»v« 3l*J«on®

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Terr, Gladstone

ALOERSGATE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Church School 4 W o r t h i p fc15 a.m. & 11:00 a.M

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BARBARA BYERS LEWIS

WORSHIP 9:30 A.M. & 11:00 A.M. " T H E VISION O F A W H O L E E A R T H " Rev. Lewis CHURCH SCHOOL 11:00 A.M. VI- ' «ui. Ooi- -»a*. "rfi» £>• o'6a -A-o-ei'

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FIRST UNITED M E T H O D I S T CHURCH

FREE ME T M OOI ST C MU BC M

421-8626

Sunday School Morning Worship Junior Church

Robert Grigereit

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Praise and Worship.'...6:00 p.m. Fellowship 7:00 p.m. Wed Family Night

7:00 p.m.

Larry Frick, Sr. P a s t o r

10:00 A . M . S c h o o l o f t h e B i b l e 11:00 A . M . M o r n i n g W o r s h i p 6:30 P . M . E v e n i n g W o r s h i p W e d . , 7:00 P . M . F a m i l y N i g h t C h r i s t i a n C o m m u n i t y Schools P r e - s c h o o l - 7th Nursery Available at all services

NEWBURG UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

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Of G a r d e n C i t y 6443 M e r n m a n R o a d

V I L L A G E UNITED P R E S B Y T E R I A N 2S350 W Six Mile Rd Rev. Robert M. Barcua 534-7730 Worshio 10:00 Church School 11:15 " F R A G I L E : HANDLE WITH C A R E " Thursday - Weekend Program For AH Thurs. Bible Study 7:00 P.M. Professional Nurse tn Crib Room

CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY CHURCH

Ycux Invitation church toWorship bulletin

Dan R. Sluka, Director of Music

C. Harold Weiman. Pastor Home Phone 453-7366 Church Phone 981-5350

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FOURTH C H U R C H OF CHRIST S C I E N T I S T

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2 6 5 5 5 F r a n k l i n Rd • S o u t h f i e l d M l H 696 S 1»l*grtpf- JuII Art' -/ Inn Sunday School 9 M A.M. - Morning Worship 11:00 AJM. Celebration of Praia* - 8:30 P.M. Wed. Adult Prayer ft Praia* - Youth Service 7:30 P.M

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90B3 Newburgn Rd Livonia 591 - 0 2 1 1 522-0B21 SERVICES 8 30 A M Holy Euc*WIAL 9 3 0 A M Christian

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SAIHT ANDREW S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 16360 Hubbard Road Livonia. Michigan EAI 421 MS1 Wednesday 9 30 a " * H o l y E u r ' - ' Satu'dat ' 00 c " hoi, f j c r * Sunday 7 45 | m Hf»v E u j h j i ^ 00 a Christian E due at on • i '0 00» "i - Holy Eucria' %' Sondsy Morning Nursery Caie A.a.iac The Ree KewaaeWi <* Oeela. T*a >«e» Omry * Seyrr« _ Aaeocaale «**lor T*m l e w d A. CH.II.

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ings, prayer and a sermon, which each evening will be on a theme prominent in Holy Scripture. Wednesday evening will be youth night. In addition to the evening services, the Passionist missionaries will offer Mass each morning Monday through Thursday at 10 a.m. The sermons will be different from the evening ones Mitchell is a native of Kentucky and is now stationed in Louisville He was

trained in psychology at Bellarmine College and completed his studies in theology at the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. 5- Both Mitchell and the Rev Jack. Conely will be available during the five days for personal counseling on spiritu al matters. Those who desire s a c r a mental reconciliation may go to confession a f t e r any of the Mission ser vices

• G A R D E N CITY P R E S B Y T E R I AN Dr, Johanna Bos, associate professoi of the Old Testament at the Louisville Theological Seminary in Louisville^ Ky., will lead a Bible study f r o m 3-4.30 p.m. Sunday in Garden City Presbyterian Church. 1841 Middlebelt. Bos was the Bible study leader at the national meeting of United Presbyteri an women at Purdue University in 1982, and has been commissioned to write the study for 1984-85 for Presby terian Women She will use as her study "The King dom of God is Taking Responsibility "

• PLYMOUTH FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN Dr. Kenneth Kettlewell, minister of First Presbyterian Church of Detroit, will preach at 9:15 and 11 a.m. worship services Sunday in First United Presbyterian Church of Plymouth, 701 Church. He will be speaking as part of an ur ban/suburban friendship pulpit exchange between the Detroit church, the oldest Protestant congregation m Michigan, and the Plymouth Church His topic will be "When Bad Things Happen to Good People."

WAYNE FIRST BAPTIST "StrengtheningYour G r i p " a film series by Charles Swindoll will be presented six Sunday evenings starting Oct. 23 at First Baptist Church of Wayne, 36125 Glenwood The showings start at 6 p.m. "Priorities Freedom from the Tyranny of the Urgent" is the title of the first film. Subsequent movies will deal with aging, leisure, godliness, attitudes and authority.

Rev. J o e Mitchell •

HOLY T R I N I T Y L U T H E R A N A r u m m a g e and bake sale will be held Oct 21 and 22 in Holy Trinity Lu theran Church. 39020 Five Mile. Livonia. Planning it a r e m e m b e r s of the Women's Guild of the church Hours are f r o m 9:30 a.m. to 4 p m Friday and from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m Saturday. A Si bag sale will be held Satuday a f t e r 12 noon

Golden anniversary for Plymouth Nazarene Special homecoming ceremonies this weekend will mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Plymouth Church of the Nazarene, 41550 Ann Arbor Trail. Plymouth Services will be at 7 30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Oct 21-22 and 10 a.m., 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday A fellowship dinner will be at 1 p.m Sunday at the Plymouth Cultural Center Speaker will be Dr Charles Strick land, one of six general superintendents

of the Church of the Nazarene, with offices at the International Center of the denomination at Kansas City, Mo Dr Strickland served as the first president of the Nazarene Bible College in Colorado Springs. Colo, which opened in the fall of 1967 Before that he was superintendent of the Nazarene work among the Europeans in South Africa from 1948 to 1965 He is the author of a book "Africa Adventure." published in 1&58 He also has written

Sunday school convention set An International Sunday School Convention will take place Thursday-Saturday Oct 20-22, in Cobo Hall Detroit Its purpose ts to teach how to be a more effective Christian worker Among the speakers will be Dr J

Vefnoa McGee from "Thru the Bible, and Dr Tim LaHaye from Family Life Seminars Josh McDowell will speak on self-esteem A variety of musical groups andwrkshops will also be of fered

numerous articles for church periodicals SPECIAL MUSIC will be provided by Brothers III of Plymouth on Friday and Saturday, and J i m Bohi and Co of Olathe, Kan on Saturday and Sunday The Plymouth church was organized in 1933 at the conclusion of a nine-week tent c r u s a d e at the c o r n e r of Starkweather and Spring streets Starting with a nucleus of 20 people the membership now stands af 435 After several temporary sites a lot at the corner of Holbrook Avenue and Pearl streets was given to the church in 1936 and a new building was erected •Additions over the years include a basement unit, parsonage and educa tional facilities known as New Horizons Total acreage is now 15 9 acres The Rev Carl R Allen has been pas:or since Julv 1976

Dr C h a r l e s S t r i c k l a n d anniversary s p e a k e r

FAITH COVENANT CHURCH

WORSHIP & SCHOOL

9 30AM

& 1 1 00 A . M

Nation needs a peace academy

' • WiRflfon Mill®

•THE D E P A R T M E N T O F S E C O N D T H I N G S " II. " S E C O N D C O M I N G 9:15 A 11:00 A.M. I Wor»Np Seonca and CHureh School O w n«eio.

A Cf>»nsrrtat'C Chu'Ch *here people of many cfenomirtr or>j worship T h o m a a E. Traak. Pastor

HOLY SPIRIT LIVONIA

ST. T H E O D O R E C A T H O L I C The Rev Joe Mitchell, a member of the Passionist Fathers, will conduct a Mission starting Sunday at St Theodore Catholic Church 8200 Wayne Road. Westland It will continue through Thursday, Oct. 27. A Mission is a five-day retreat conducted in the parish church. Following a tradition that is more than 300 y e a r s old, St. Theodore has set aside this week as a time of intensive prayer and listening to God's word The public is invited. The heart of the Mission is the eve ning service. Each evening from Sunday through Thursday, a Mission service will be conducted at 7 p.m. The

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453-5280

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Christ Community Church

Joline and Donald Nalepka of Whitmore Lake have a new son, Gregory Alan, born Sept 9 in St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Ann Arbor. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gary Verellen of Hamburg, and Jean Moore of Livonia and Mr and Mrs. Walter Nalepka of Livonia

ST. M A T T H E W S

SIBLE SCHOOL

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Two Livonia churches — one Lutheran and the other Episcopal — will hold joint worship-and communion celebrations Sunday in accordance with a mutual agreement declared last year that marks tbe interim communion agreement between the two main church bodies. Participating are Holy Trinity Lutheran and St. Andrew Episcopal churches.

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UNITED M E T H O D I S T

H u b b a r d at W C h i c a g o • 4 2 2 - 0 4 9 4 Gerald R Cobleigh & David W. Good. Ministers

MEMORIAL CHURCH Of CHRIST fChrisrian C^u'chi 35475 Five Miie Ret 464-6722 MARK McGlLVREV Minis CHOCK EMMERT Youth Mmister

Joint worship expresses closer unity

new voices

Jacx E Giguere

ROSEDALE GARDENS UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

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Presbyterian 26701 JOY RD Dearborn Hgts P a s t o r J o h n Jeffrey 278-9340 9:30 A.M. Sun. Sch. & Adult Bible 11:00 A.M. WORSHIP SERVICE Dial-a-ride 278-9340

R e v . William C . M o o r e - P a s t o r

CHURCHES OF CHRIST A Gar-ng i Sharing Churcn

Rev. S. Simons

Dr. W h i t l e d g e

ST. MICHAEL LUTHERAN "two Sneiaoi"

Wed Class - AH AGES

1863 During its long history, St Joseph operated a grade and high school across f r o m the Eastern Market. Featured speaker will be Msgr Francis X Canfield, pastor of St. Paul's in Grosse Pointe F a r m s Canfield, an archdiocesan historian, will talk on "150 Years . and More." The dinner will take place at the Sentinel Center, 2215 E. Jefferson at Chene in Detroit 3-6 p.m. Tickets a r e 115 per person. For information, call 393-8212.

422-1470

9:30 A.M. & 11:00 A.M. Worship and Church "School " A LAMP UNTO MY FEET" Rev. Scott Simons preaching Wed., 9:30 A..M. & 7:00 P.M. Bible Study

A'esi k>»o>-'a 4*4-0311 ,

WORSHIP S E R V C E S 8 30 A M S M O O A M Nursery Avaoaoie Sunday School - Al< Ages

Episcopals, Lutherans participate

ST. PAUL'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (U.S.A.)

4 2 6 9 0 C h e r r y Hill Canton 981-0286

HOLY TRINITY

FAITH

F r Ernest M Porcari

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THE R I S E N C H R I S T Missouri Synod 46250 ANN ARBOR R0A0

1 BJk N. ol Ford Rd. Wssttand

SUNDAY SERVICES 9:15 & 11:00 A.M.

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CATHOLIC CHURCHES

LUTHERAN CHURCH

Church & School 5885 V e n o y

2 5 6 3 0 G R A N D RIVER at B E E C H D A L Y 532-2266 REDFORD TWP

Historic St. Joseph's Church in down town Detroit will celebrate 127 years with a commemorative dinner Nov 6. The celebration coincides with the 150th anniversary of the Archdiocese of Detroit Beginning as a German parish in 1856, St. Joseph's sill has strong ties to its ancestry Every fourth Sunday of the month there is a German Mass. Accorded both city and state landmark designations, its distinctively central European Gothic structure was built in

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" W H Y R E J O I C E IN S U F F E R I N G ? '

ST. MATTHEW LUTHERAN

GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD

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Worship and Sunday School 8:30, 1 0 K » & 11:30 A.M.

PROVIDED

St. P a u l ' s L u t h e r a n HOSANNA TABOR Miaaouri Synod LUTHERAN CHURCH 20805 Middiebett at 8 Mile 9*>0C L ever ng-da. S c o c Bis-e C'aisei CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. Graces K-8 Monday € *w%e'i Schult* P int>.pa< 937 2233

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Conflict LS inevitable It arises despite mutual interest, unity of purpose or shared goals It is most intense and desruetive when aims are the most noble Many of us ignore tension or run away from conflict in a deisre for peace at any price Just as often we turn conflict into a fight we hop*' to win Everyone needs skills for coping with conflict With methods of coping comes confidence the parties and the situation will be improved by honestly facing facts Several colleges and universities have programs in conflict resolution and management Wisdom has accum lated in response to industrial tensions international problems and more ordi nary human relations in family life In addition to academic centers there a r e programs such as training people for diplomatic service OUR WORLD can no longer afford

moral perspectives Rev. Charles Erickson to let insights about conflict m a n a g e ment lie hidden in filing cabinets and dusty reports Historians will be years finding out what really worked to end the Iranian hostage crisis or to bring Egypt and Israel to the conclusion of the Camp David accords Is there any way to get practical use f r o m the scat tered libraries research skills and pro^ grams'" Yes A national peace academy was proposed 28 years ago and stands a good chance of actually being born this year Both Michigan senators and sev

pn of our U S representatives are among 153 co-sponsors A peace academy can become \ hightly repsected center for scholar ship and training People invovled in peace learning car. be both a symbol and national purpose and a practical asset all through society Imagine the visibility o( peace if the acadeirn ha>1 the finest facilities of anv <*ducaiional enterprise in the country IMAGINE alumni holding important positions all through government and business of those from the war college

for h:gh ranking military officers' 1 Teachers in all the social sciences could study at the center for wtsdom about human relations Dreams diminish during the legislative process Amendments reflect shortsighted concerns of current fears In the long perspective, the peace academv could lead us beyond mere hand wringing when conventional weapons result :n downing a civilian airliner and beyond standoffs regarding chemical arid nuclear weaponry legislators need to know our feelings when it comes to crucial funding decisions More than that we need to converse with each other to create a national climate giving prestige to p e o pie and programs pursuing peace Conflict resolution and management desi-rves Ihi filches! pri.iriin f^.r ML. i->f all aspe. ts of our society A national peace academy can help as live productiveh with inevitable conflict

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At the Fontainebleau (sigh!) and dining alone (gasp!) ' t"s 8 p.m at the Fontainebleau Hotel. a glamorous hotel on Miami Beach, but it could be any hotel anywhere in the world. If you are a vacationer or a business traveler who travels alone, you will recognize this moment, especially if you a r e a woman It is time for dinner, but the dining rooms of the world don't seem to be set up for people travelling alone There are several eating areas in this beautiful renovated hotel — on the terrace, around the pool, in the lower lobby, discos, lobby bars, coffee shops, dining rooms. TTie outdoor eating places are closed now, so I really have four choices: the dining room, the disco-cum-steak house, the coffee shop, or my room Many single women eat alone in their room because they feel uncomfortable dining out alone, but in most cases that is a mistake — an expensive lonely mistake The coffee shop is always safe, of course, but what if you want a nice dinner with the wine and ambience that only comes with an elegant dining room? Most of us are experienced enough when it comes to visiting an expensive restaurant with a man or with a group of people A thousand small fears interfere when we think of going to such a place alone Will I feel out of place Will I be lonely"* Am I dressed right? Is

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it too expensive? Will I know how to order from the wine list, how to tip. , , how to handle the maitre d'? . . . etc. Most of these a r e small surface details, meaningless fears. Get over them and you will be able to enjoy the food, music, ambience, wine, service — ail the things that you deserve as much as any couple or group enjoying a dining room HERE ARE A few tips Dress up a little, in something simple enough to make you feel comfortable and dressy enough to make you feel part of the ambience of the room. A skirt and blouse, or a simple dress, with high heels. Don't say, "Oh well, it doesn't matter," and go in your slacks. Your goal should be to make yourself as comfortable psychologically as possible This probably doesn't mean "dressing up to

the nines." It is only a dinner, a f t e r all, not a wedding Check out all the choices. The Fountainebleu has a steak-cum-bar room with booths and mirrored walls. Later in the night it will be a disco. I look in there, but I decide that I will feel more alone in that intimate, dark atmosphere than somewhere else. I can always come back if there is nothing better. The lobby has an open bar area where you can drink, and order small fast-food m e a l s or appetizers while looking out the window at the view. Very tempting, but I don't really want to be alone in a lobby bar It feels too lonely. The Dining Galleries, visible through a glass wall, tempt me, but will I be comfortable in there? I can see the room through the glass in a flicker of lights. One step takes m e to the door, where a menu is posted so I know what I am in for financially. Two steps take m e to the reservation desk I ask if I can take another four steps and see the dining room itself THE MAIN GALLERY is a gallery of lights, c r y s t a l chandeliers, candles, gleaming glasses and mirrors, flowers and fruit piled high on a table, lighted busts of m a r b l e and fake bronze, soft music and the quiet rumble of voices over the sound of forks and china

Many single women eat alone in their room because they feel uncomfortable dining out alone, but in most cases that is an expensive lonely mistake. What's really involved at this moment for most women is this: if I go in there alone, will I feel like a fool? One thing I learned long ago is that feeling like a fool, like any other minor failure, is the most painful but at least important thing that can ever happen to you in your life. I ask for a table. One will not be available for half an hour I sit down and order a glass of wine. That is a good idea, because suddenly I feel very comfortable and at home in this elegant dining room Life has so many times when you don't feel good about yourself, and a few well-deserved m o m e n t s when you feel just fine For all those moments when we are too old or too young, too fat, too unfashionable, there is another moment on the edge of a beautiful dining room, waiting to be seated I FEEL perfectly at home and comfortable, knowing that I a m dressed ap-

propriately in my simple dress and high-heeled shoes, that I know how to order from both the menu and the wine list and that I can enjoy and be amused by the ambience created to impress me. as well as by the black tie m a i t r e s d' hotel pacing pompously with their hands behind their backs. I sign for the wine and leave a dollar tip as the maitre'd leads m e to a table up a few stairs behind the piano and violin At that moment, the almost predictable feeling of deflation arrives. I am alone, a woman, and I a m seated at a table .for two on the narrow raised gallery next to the service table I try not to look at the c r u m b s on the floor, to look instead at the violins, but I am a little angry, the glorious moment of self-esteem dulled even as I look around and realize that in this dining room there is really no o t h e r place for me. SINGLES are a minority. Dining rooms are set up for couples and groups, Maitre'd's and waiters a r e trained to be courteous and obliging, but they are also used to couples, groups, and men Should I ask for another table 0 I decide that I a m being paranoid and that I will enjoy my dinner. fcilce many women, I don't a l w a y s feel like a heavy meal on the road, so I

A good dining room is a sensory experience, not just the taste, but tbe dull roar of diners' voices, the sound of music and laughter. order two appetizers, a dessert and half a bottle of wine. A good dining room is a sensory experience, not just th"? taste, but the dull roar of diners' voices, the sound of music and laughter. I was given a single rose as I entered the room, and I enjoy the texture of the rose between my fingers. When dinner is over, I pause briefly at the lounge which is now a disco Once again, uncertainty overcomes me I am older than the other people in the room. Will I be out of place, uncomfortable? Being socially brave is something that grows on you, however, so I sit at the bar and order a drink, just to get the feel of it. There may still be times when I will settle for the coffee shop or room service, but my general philosophy is this: why hide in your room and let the couples have all the fun. A hotel is your home, and you can get up and go back to your bed-book-and-television set anytime you feel like it

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Leaf line: for fall colors The Southeast Michigan T r a v e l and Tourist Association has remstituted its "Leaf Line" telephone service which carries informationcin fall color changes and tours By callingf585-7233. t r a v e l e r s can secure "up-to-date information on the changing pattern of leaves in our a r e a , " said Sidney Baker, association president.

"We will have reports from key chamber of c o m m e r c e stations around the region including Brighton, Hillsdale, Jackson. Lenawee, Monroe. Port Huron and Ypsilanti," Baker said. "Fall is a beautiful time to travel — the pa£e i s o f c n hurried and the air fresh and invigorating."

Free events book is available The Travel and Tourst Association of Southeast Michigan has for distribution a "Fall. Winter Calender of Events." The 12-panel folder depicts many of the events scheduled to take place in the 11-county

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HILE WESTLAND JOHN GLENN m a r c h e s toward a Northwest Suburban League football title tomorrow night, its boys' basketball program continues to be mired in turmoil A labor grievance was filed last week with the Wayne-Westland School District on behalf of Dan Henry, who was dismissed from his coaching position earlier this month. Henry, despite a 40-19 record during the past three years, was recommended not to be retained by a committee of four Wayne-Westland administrators. • The committee, which interviewed three candidates including Henry, consisted of Glenn principal Tom Svitkovich, assistant principal J i m Myers, athletic director J e r r y Szukaitis and Dan Slee, executive director of student relations for the Wayne-Westland schools. A new twist to the situation cropped up Tuesday when Svitkovich. despite a pending arbitration case, said that "Mr Gordon Davis announced to the students he will take the basketball position." DAVIS coached Glenn for 11 seasons before retiring in 1980. Henry, who served under Davis as JV coach, was hired for the varsity coaching job by then Glenn principal John Harrison, now executive director of Adult/Community Education Henry, who was t e r m e d "not the best man qualified for the job." has been in the news frequently during the past few years He was fired in 1980 for what was termed "personality differences" at the time. He appealed the decision to arbitration and won. giving him immediate reinstatement.

Defense. It's the one characteristic common to Fred Thomann-coached basketball teams — regardless of gender. Thomann's Plymouth Salem girls basketball team demonstrated that defensive characteristic and took the game away from Farmington. 43-25, Tuesday night

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"The team felt real good after this ofie Everybody played, everybody contributed "hie players on the bench generated a lot of team spirit And, the good thing >ras, they executed a game plan. They didn't panic and play helterskelter. They played smart basketball." Mulroy said.

Salem raced to a 16-3 first-quarter lead and extended that to 26-9 by hafftime P a m McBride. 12. and Dawn Johnson, 10. led the Rocks. Freshman Kristen Hostynski c a m e off the bench to contribute seven points for the Rocks.

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Churchill jumped ahead 16-12 in the first quarter, but Canton outscored them 13-3 in the second to assume command. "Churchill shot. I think, just 27 percent from the floor." Mulroy said "We broke down their fastbreak and that frustrated them They like to run and we played a slow, controlled ballgame" Lou Ann Hamblin added 13 for the Chiefs Canton shot a superb 14 for 19 from the free throw line

Defensively. Salem held the Falcon's two top scorers in check. Alyse Fortune, averaging better than 18 points per game, scored 11. and Rhonda Lancaster. averaging 11, got just two Salem is 10-3 overall this season. 7-3 in the Western Lakes Athletic Association Salem will host Livonia Churchill Thursday.

Splish. splash. Central took a bath Plymouth Salem won its third straight dual meet Tuesday, defeating Walled Lake Central. 114-57 Just about even,' Rock swimmer contributed to the victory In addition to the two relay victories, seven different swimmers took firsts. Amy Dunn. Cheryl Truskowski. L a w a Shaffer, and Kristal Taylor formed Salem's 200-yard med ley relay and swam a 2:03 3 to win the event. The 400-freestyle relay team — Shaffer, Taylor, B.J Bing and Cindy Elliott - won with a 4:04.7 Bing won the 200-individual medley with a 2:32.9

ing her how to post up on the big girls And that's what she did tonight." The win is the second in a row for the Chiefs, who suddenly find themselves at 500 (5-5) in WLAA play

"The ' D was very good tonight." Thomann said. "They got only nine points in the first half and two in the third quarter." Farmington coach Bruce Brown was a bit more emphatic. "Their defense just ate us up," he said. "We cc^ldn't get into our offense at all."

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Cheryl T r u s k o w s k i s w a m t h e s e c o n d leg of S a l e m ' s w i n n i n g 2 0 0 - m e d l e y r e l a y t e a m against Walled lake Central Tuesday.

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lem has an important meet at Livonia Bentley Thursday PLYMOUTH CANTON won a thriller against Livonia Bentley Monday. 88-84. in the annual "pine tar meet". It was the first time a Canton swim team has defeated Bentley The Chiefs won four events and Margaret Gilli-

CANTON 60. CHURCHILL 47: Laura Darby finally exploded Darby, a second-team p e r f o r m e r for most of the season, came off the bench to score 18 points and grab six rebounds to ignite the Chiefs

S O I T H F I E L D CHRISTIAN 41. PLYMOUTH CHRISTIAN 27: Southfield broke open a close game with a 12-6 spurt in the third quarter Debbie VanHoose had 10 points for the Eagles

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High School, the 30-year-old Henry was acquitted in August of criminal sexual misconduct charges involving a 14-year-old student. A Wayne County Circuit Court jury took only 15 minutes to return a verdict. The charges were filed against Henry in April. but he was suspended with pay. The school t o a r d lifted his suspension a f t e r he was found innocent. HENRY was hired as Redford Thurston's head football coach in 1980, but shortly a f t e r reneged because of "personal reasons." He served last year as an assistant coach at Garden City. The committee decided to review Henry's contract and conduct interviews for the varsity basketball job a f t e r the 1982-83 school term. "I had to interview for my job, which is against past practice," Henry said "I told the union (Wayne-Westland Education Association) that it was wrong. "I went through it and I shouldn't have " Although the WWEA recommended that Henry be interviewed, without representation, union president Bill Reece said, "It's our belief that the interview c o m m i t t e e is not standard practice " "The issue here is reasonable just-cause of not giving Dan the job," Reece added SVITKOVICH contends that "all decisions on coaching contracts a r e handled a little bit different "We hired a swim coach with a similar committee." he said "The coaching positions a r e open each year and Mr Henry is aware of it "This is not a personal Issue with me — it's not a grudge under any circumstances I categorically deny that it's a personal thing " But Henry cannot accept Svitkovich s explanation "that he's not the best qualified man for the j o b " "Apparently they don't know what the word acquittal means." Henry said "If it wasn't for the trial this wouldn't have happened "He tried once, and he's trying it again "Obviously I get tired of all the battles If you're right, you better s t i n d up and be counted "I'm right for the job " SVITKOVICH said he didn't want to get into the specific reasons for Henry's firing because of thf pending arbitration c a s e "It was a unanimous decision," Svitkovich said "There were no dissenters It was a committee decision " Svitkovich said he has discussed the situation with Superintendent Dr Tim Dyer But why hasn't Dyer stepped forward to clear the air'* Until we know tbe reasons behind Henry's dismissal, whether personal or professional, then I have to assume that Henry is still the right man for the job The community and faculty remain tight-lipped about the case What I know about Henry from my dealings is that be knows tbe g a m e of basketball and appears to get the mogt out of his players He's an intense competitor and wins You have to wooder why he's been reinstated as a teacher and not as a coach AND ALTHOUGH Davis is a proven and q u l l f l e d coach, M r hiring t e e m s to b t ill-Umed pending an a r b i t r a t o r ' s decision Reece said this c a s e is somewhat different than 1»M P i a a a a turn to P a g a 3 '

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with a n o . 2 —Ren&e Rudin w t e r i o u s in-the 500-free with a 6:11.2 and Sue Bonnett won the 100-breaststroke in 1:19.0. Cory Silver was the diving champ, amassing 170.5 points. Laura Shaffer (100-butterfly). Shannon Murphy (500-free), Lindsay Olson (100-backstroke), Leeann Becker (100-breaststroke), and the 200-medley relay team of Olson, Bonnett. Chrissy Kirk and K n s Graham, all took second place for Salem. The win improves the Rocks' record to 5-4. Sa-

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the 100-butterfly in 1.03 64 Lynn Massey s w a m a 26.7 to win the 50-freestyle and Kelly Kirk won the 100-backstroke with a l-i066 Gilligan s w a m a 2 11.51 to finish second in the 200-free and she swam a 1 00.49 in the 160-free. also second place. The win puts the Chiefs at 3-1 in league meets and 5-2 overall. Canton swims at home against Harrison Thursday.

Chiefs get their kicks By Paul King special writer Plymouth Canton's soccer team is on a roll It started Monday as the Chiefs advanced in the Class A preregional with a 4-1 victory over visiting Dearborn Edsel Ford Edsel got the first goal, but Canton countered with the final four as Tom Wright scored in each half Steve Morell and Brian Whiteley had the other Canton goals And on Tuesday, Canton evened its overall record at 6-6 with an upset 4-3 triumph over visiting Churchill. It was Canton's first win over the Chargers in two years Morell led the way with two goals and an assist Brad Neville and Tim Mueller rounded out the scoring Ray Galasso scored twice for Churchill (7-4-2), and Phil Lussier made it close with a penalty kick with four minutes to play But the Chiefs held on behind the goaltending of Dave Hawkins, who made nine saves SfEVENSON i, BENTLEY fc The Spartans defense proved strong Tuesday as backers Dan Divens and Chris Gem bis were outstanding, giving goalie Terry Harshfield his eighth shutout Stevenson (14-2-1) got its lone goal in the first half on a Dave Wiegel penalty kick from 12 yards out Goalie Jeff Wilkinson was the hard-luck loser, making 10 saves

Maggio wins region medal The Plymouth Salem girls tennis team made a strong showing at last weekend s regional tournament The Rocks placed fourth behind Ann Arbor Pioneer. Ann Arbor Huron and Northville "1 thought it was a good standing." said Rock coach Judy Braun "We played a lot better than a lot of people thought we could do Lisa Maggio took home a regional medal by plar ing fit at m N o t s h i f t e r She defeated Huron's No I player in the final match Barb Hanoah also won a medal placing second in No 4 tingles She was defeated by the No 4 singles player from regional champion Pioneer in the finals

Bentley (8-3-4i. however, is still in the state tournament picture The Bulldogs beat Edsel last week 8-0 as Dennis Patchett itwoj, Bill Rowan. Jeff McLeod. Tony Pulice. Abe Yaffai. Brad Mahalak and Rich Gregor scored for the winners

Rock runners win, set for showdown The Plymouth Salem boys cross country team primed for its Lakes Division showdown Thursday with an exciting 28-29 victory over talent-laden Trenton Tuesday night Trenton's Rich Galka won the meet with a time of 16 38 and his t e a m m a t e Bob Shenton followed with a 16 54 Salem's Scott Sterner (17:08) and Eric Pedersen (17 34) placed third and fourth respectively SALEM TOOK

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In a sense, t h a t ' s the s t o r y of Paul Moooey's football ca' reer In l®78, Moooey w a s a senior linem a n for the P l y m o u t h Canton Chiefs The Chiefs were the d o o r m a t of the league that year, losing all nine of t h e i r games. Still.
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ii l . w a M e ia r e . going Here, w e know ttr> o win T h e r e ' s a big d i f f e r e n c e in thinking. "In the off season, when you a r e on a losing t e a m , it's so h a r d t o get yourself m o t i v a t e d to work out. B u t h e r e , you got s o m e t h i n g to look f o r w a r d to. T h e r e is a goal t h a t is o b t a i n a b l e a n d it's e a s i e r to push yourself." His y e a r s at Canton w e r e not, by any m e a n s , w a s t e d And Mooney t h a n k s M a r k La Po i n t for t h a t . La Po i n t was t h e o f f e n s i v e line c o a c h for the Chiefs in those d a y s L a t e r , he went on to be* the head c o a c h a t Redford Thurston. A mild h e a r t a t t a c k put him but of the c o a c h i n g r a n k s p r e m a turely t w o y e a r s a g o "You asked m e w h a t I a t t r i b u t e m y success to. Well. I've got to s a y M a r k LaPoint. He t a u g h t m e a g r e a t deal. He played c e n t e r at E a s t e r n Michigan (University) and he t a u g h t m e all kinds of blocking techniques and w h a t t o expect f r o m d i f f e r e n t d e f e n s e s H e got m e on a weight p r o g r a m a n d got m e r e a d y for college," Moooey s a i d A F T E R HIS DAYS at C a n t o n , Moo-

rvsu m hf 'A oct a cr h a ni vc ^e to oey w ownwdte«r w e dl if be d get play college ball. He'd g o t t e n f e e l e r s f r o m G r e a t L a k e s I n t e r c o l l e g i a t e Athletic C o n f e r e n c e schools, f r o m C e n t r a l Michigan a n d f r o m Michigan S t a t e University. "MSU said I w a s t e c h n i c a l l y good enough to play, but I w a s too s m a l l C e n t r a l said t h a t if I w o r k e d real h a r d and built mysef up. I m i g h t get to play s o m e by t h e t i m e I ' m a senior," the 511, 215-pound Moooey said. Things looked b l e a k until be got a call f r o m A d r i a n b e a d c o a c h T o m Heckert. "He said b e t h o u g h t I could play r i g h t a w a y and t h a t I'd b e g e t t i n g t h e c h a n c e to go to an e x c e l l e n t a c a d e m i c institution," Mooney said. Moooey w a s sold. In his f r e s h m a n s e a s o n , Mooney w a s the s e c o n d - t e a m c e n t e r on a 9-0 c h a m pionship Adrian t e a m . Moooey w e n t f r o m 0-9 to 9-0 in o n e season.

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R1TT FFOOTRAf.I. IS not not the tile onlyOQlV BUT, O O T B A L L IS a r e a in which Moooey shines " P a u l is a fine e x a m p l e of a s t u d e n t a t h l e t e . He h a s typified what Adrian College is all about. P a u l has extended his a t h l e t i c c a r e e r by four y e a r s and has g o t t e n a fin* education a s well," Labadie said Mooney Ls a business a d m i n i s t r a t i o n m a j o r a t Adrian, and he has plans to go a f t e r a m a s t e r ' s degree. " I ' m v e r y career-oriented," said Mooney, who c a r r i e s a 3.31 g r a d e point a v e r a g e into his senior y e a r . "I like to do well in class. Football is i m p o r t a n t , but I realize that t h e r e a r e a lot of other things I can do with m y life. " F o o t b a l l h a s taught m e discipline and it h a s b r o u g h t m e to Adrian, w h e r e I've g o t t e n an invaluable e d u c a t i o n t h a t I m i g h t not have gotten otherwise." R a g s to riches m a y be an a p p r o p r i a t e w a y to describe Mooney's c a r e e r a s a football p l a y e r But, in d e s c r i b i n g P a u l Moooey the m a n . no e v i d e n c e of r a g s c a n b e found.

"He's so i m p o r t a n t to our t e a m . " said Adrian head coach Ron Labadie. who replaced H e c k e r t a t t h e beginning of Mooney's j u n i o r y e a r "His e x p e r i e n c e stabilizes our line. H e is responsible for r a i l i n g out the d e f e n s e , and w e base o u r blocking s c h e m e s a r o u n d his call. H e has t r e m e n d o u s knowledge of the game" Mooney m a d e second t e a m AllMIAA his j u n i o r y e a r and is heading for m o r e post-season a c c o l a d e s with bis p
AS A S O P H O M O R E , Moooey played s o m e at c e n t e r and s o m e a t g u a r d f o r an 8-1 t e a m . A d r i a n lost to Hope in t h e

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Canton's six r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s brought home two first- and t w o s e c o n d - p l a c e trophies last w e e k e n d at t h e 1983 TriCounty P u n t . P a s s a n d Kick finals. J a k e B a k e r won t h e 10-year-old a g e group with a c o m b i n e d s c o r e of 222 feet, four inches. T h a t t o t a l b e t t e r e d the f i r s t - p l a c e s c o r e in the 11-year-old division. Craig Borowski won f i r s t place a m o n g 12-year-olds He t o t a l e d 230 feet. R y a n J o h n s o n p l a c e d second a m o n g 11-year-olds, and S t e v e Nickerson took second a m o n g the 13-year-olds. Tom Baker. Jake's younger brother, placed t h i r d in t h e 8-year-old division, and Chip Wadowski p l a c e d f o u r t h a m o n g 9-year-olds •

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Salem's Ebon Nash beats Farmington's Randy Gallinger to score one of Salem's four goals in Tuesday's 4-4 tie.

Rocks? Falcons tie; The win gives Stevenson the L a k e s Division c r o w n CHURCHILL 5, HURON 3: The C h a r g e r s a d v a n c e d in s t a t e t o u r n e y play Monday in Ann Arbor with a pair of goals in e a c h f i v e - m i n u t e o v e r t i m e period D a v e Gluth's goal broke a 3-3 tie and Lussier c e m e n t e d things with a p e n a l t y kick in t h e second OT Lussier finished with t h r e e g o a l s on the day, while Gluth had two. CATHOLIC C E N T R A L 8, B I S H O P B O R G E S S 0: The S h a m r o c k s (10-3-3) r o m p e d to a n easy victory in t h e p r e r e g i o n a ! T u e s d a y at Bell C r e e k P a r k behind Andy R a m a ' s t w o g o a l s and two assists. The junior now holds the S h a m r o c k season record with 29 Other CC goal s c o r e r s included C.J

Wendt, D a n J a k u b o w s k i , P a u l M i n e r , Ken Crespi and B r e t t Wasik. Borgess ended t h e season w i t h a n 011-2 record. G A R D E N CITY 4, D E A R B O R N 1: Ron K a s p e r e k ' s t w o g o a l s T u e s d a y gave GC its 13th v i c t o r y in 14 s t a r t s . The Cougars, who led 3-0 at h a l f t i m e . also got goals f r o m P a u l P u m mill, his 28th, and Bill Hyde, w h o a l s o contributed t h r e e assists.

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Dale Lipa b r o k e a 2-2 t i e In the second half and Rich Wilkinson scored l a t e in the g a m e to g i v e the Canton Soccer Club a 4-2 victory o v e r G a r d e n Citylast Sunday. The win m a k e s C a n t o n 2-2-2 in G r e a t Lakes Soccer L e a g u e play. David Monk s c o r e d the f i r s t t w o goals f o r Canton. R o b V i p p e r m a n w a s o u t s t a n d i n g in goal.

The P l y m o u t h - C a n t o n Lions junior league f o o t b a l l t e a m won two of t h r e e f r o m t h e R o m u l u s F l y e r s last Sunday The f r e s h m a n Lions w e r e d e f e a t e d 60.

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The varsity Lions had no p r o b l e m s either, winning 39-6. Dave H a r m o n scored t h r e e TDs for t h e varsity, two on q u a r t e r b a c k s n e a k s and one on a f u m b l e r e c o v e r y c a u s e d by Rick Genrich. J o e l Riggs had a pair of scores and Doug P r a t e r added a T D and a 2point kick

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The Ocelots qualified for the s e m i f i n a l s opposite the University of Windsor S c h o o l c r a f t dropped the opening g a m e . 15-12. but won the next two by 15-10 margins. OL' faced K a l a m a z o o Vallev C o m m u n i t y College (KVCC) in the other s e m i f i n a f It took the Pioneers t h r e e g a m e s but they e m e r g e d a s w i n n e r s . 15-7, 1115, 15-12. J a n d a s e k w a s pleased w;th Livonia Churchill g r a d Beth Wesman's ail around play throughout the t o u r n a m e n t . Tina Boll's solid s e t t i n g . Plymouth Canton g r a d Missy M c M u r r a y ' s d e f e n s e and hitting and K a r e n Lamb's strong blocking a t the net LAST THURSDAY, OU won its third straight m a t c h by defeating Spring Arbor. 15-5 10-15. 15-10. 15-9. at OU The Pioneers have two key G r e a t Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic C o n f e r e n c e m a t c h e s this week, both at 01" They host G r a n d Valley F r : day at 7 p.m and F e r r i s S t a t e S a t u r d a y at 1 p m

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TINNION IS t h e h e a d coach and player for the D e t r o i t E x p r e s s Soccer Club. Mof f a t, his p a r t n e r , is also a m e m b e r of the E x p r e s s a s a player and Tinnion's a s s i s t a n t c o a c h . Both a r e a c t i v e In t h e soccer community. conducting s o c c e r clinics, ref e r e e and coaching clinics, and building youth soccer p r o g r a m s throughout Michigan "The m a j o r i t y of t h e p l a y e r s you see on the national 19 and 21-year-old t e a m s a r e f r o m St. Louis, where they have had youth s o c c e r p r o g r a m s f r o m s o m e 30 y e a r s Or t h e y a r e f r o m California, T e x a s or F l o r i d a , " Tinnion said. "The key is they p l a y s o c c e r all y e a r around Their level of play is much m o r e advanced b e c a u s e of t h a t " Thus, Tinnion. M o f f a t and the Meiers have been working to m a k e soccer a year-round sport in Michigan. And, their new IV Seasons s o c c e r facility is just the s t a r t .

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HEN T H E N A M E S of Detroit E x p r e s s soccer s t a r s Brian Tinnion and Angus M o f f a t a p p e a r in association with a new indoor s o c c e r facility, the most c o m m o n a s s u m p t i o n is that the players a r e just f i g u r e h e a d s , t h e r e for e n d o r s e m e n t p u r p o s e s only But for the last t w o w e e k s Tinnion and Moffat, along with Don and Trish Meier — all p a r t n e r s in t h e IV Seasons Soccer Unlimited Corp. — h a v e worked around the clock t r a n s f o r m i n g an abandoned indoor tennis f a c i l i t y in F a r m ington Hills into w h a t they hope will become the h o m e of indoor soccer in Southeastern Michigan. "I don't think I've g o t t e n m o r e than four hours sleep a n i g h t in the last 10 days," Tinnion said

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Two valuable lessons were learned last weekend One prep football prognosticated knows better. He'll never bet against to breaking the school record for recepFarmington Harrison again. Was the tions. score really Sl-O? What can Canton do? PICKS — SteThe other guy, meanwhile, must go venson goes to 5-2. with his head instead of his heart NORTH FARMINGTON at GAR Emons, despite the Harrison debacle, DEN CITY (7:30 p.m. Friday). Tbe went 10-2 to increase his season record Raiders are better than their 3-3 to 52-22. record indicates. McCosky was 7-5 and now trails by Garden City, meanwhile, is taking its six games with a 46-28 mark. pulse a f t e r beating Thurston in overThis week there a r e several key time last week PICKS — North beats games, including the Redford Bishop GC and the ,500 mark Borgess-Warren DeLaSalle and Plymouth Salem-Walled Lake Central fliflhfW — _ PLYMOUTH SALEM at WALLED LAKE CENTRAL (7:30 p.m. Friday). We promise to learn our lessons well Who gets to meet Farmington Harrison this week for the Western Lakes championship? Salem seems to be getting stronger, FARMINGTON at LIVONIA BENT while Central could still be in shock afLEY (7:30 p.m. Friday). Both teams, ter losing for the first time, a 31-0 beaten soundly last week, a r e trying to drubbing at the hands of the Hawks. keep out of the basement of the Lakes PICKS — It's unanimous, Salem gets Division. the bouquet Is the home fi^ld an advantage? PICKS — It's a unanimous choice here D E T R O I T COUNTRY DAY at — Bentley wins. CLARENCEVILLE (7:30 p.m. Friday). The Trojans have a chance to gain a LIVONIA FRANKLIN at WEST share of the Metro Conference title LAND JOHN GLENN (7:30 p.m. Friwith a victory. day). Glenn's defense saved the day in a But Country Day is 5-1, coming off a 6-0 win last week over North Farming71-0 victory over Grosse Pointe Liggett ton. as Brian Stevenson scored three TDs, Franklin, meanwhile, is struggling rushing only four times for 74 yards. both offensively and defensively. The competition, however, should be The Rockets can win the league stronger this week PICKS — Country outright. PICKS — Congratulations Day gets the nod twice Glenn, R E D F O R D UNION at R E D F O R D LIVONIA STEVENSON at PLYMTHURSTON (2 p.m. Saturday). RU OUTH CANTON (7:30 p.m. Friday). seems to be getting untracked finally, The Spartans' Dan Gilmartin is closing while Thurston continues to amaze the in on the 1,000-yard passing mark. skeptics His receiver, Rick Rozman, is close TTiis backyard rivalry could be clos-

LIVONIA CHURCHILL at FARMINGTON HARRISON (2 p.m. Satnrday). The H a y k s a r e hurting with John Miller (kneefc'and Bob Wasczenski Tibs) nursing injuries. Coach / J o h n H e r r i n g t o n said Wasczeprib is likely to play, but MilI^>s-S£atus will be determined on game day. Can Churchill come up with another performance like it did against Salem? Junior quarterback John Stoitsiadis is the key. PICKS — Harrison makes it 30 straight, both agree CATHOLIC

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Warrants c a n enlarge y o u r profits — a n d losses The topic of w a r r a n t s became popular when the U.S.Treasury put up 14 4 million Chrysler Corp warrants for auction. A warrant entitles its owner to buy a specified number of shares of stock of the issuing company at a stated price for a given period of time, usually sev-

rants at around $17 when the warrants were issued in September, it would appear to m a k e little difference whether an investor bought the stock or paid $17 for the warrants. But the consequences could be quite different because the warrants offer leverage. If an investor thought Chrysler

BISHOP BORGESS vs WARREN DeLaSALLE (2 p.m. Saturday at Roseville Memorial). Another acid test for the unbeaten Spartans, who came up flat last week despite a 16-10 victory over Gallagher. Borgess must eliminate the mistakes. keep its opponent honest by passing and move the ball. DeLaSalle, 5-1, is long on defense, but short on offense PICKS — Emons likes Borgess in overtime. while McCosky takes DeLaSalle ST. AGATHA vi. ORCHARD LAKE ST. MARY'S (7:30 p.m. Saturday at RU's K r a f t Field). The young Aggies play in one of the toughest C-D leagues in the state. Orchard Lake is hot and going for the Catholic League s C Bracket title after scoring a victory two weeks ago over Pontiac Catholic. PICKS — OLSM takes another step toward the playoffs

In the case of Chrysler, each warrant being auctioned entitles the holder to buy one share of Chrysler common stock for $13 until 1990 In addition. Chrysler has outstanding warrants exercisable at $13 per share until Dec. 1. 1983 SINCE CHRYSLER common stock was trading at around $30 and the war-

speculate by buying the warrants. Because of the conversion feature, the warrants will go up more or less dollar for dollar with the stock prices, but the warrants, on average, would cost $13 less. Thus, if Chrysler stock were to rise again t o l t s 1983 high of 35 H , the warrants likely would go up to their high of 23 Vj In this case, stock acquired at 30

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BUSINESS COMPUTING Basic Microcomputing for Small Business." a ooe-day session designed for the small business m a n a g e r , will be offered 9 a.m to 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21, by Schoolcraft College in Livonia. No prior computer knowledge required Fee is $30. For further information, call 591-MOO Ext 4OS •

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1 have never *old a stock short, bat a friend of mine has been advising me to sell Deta General short. He points oat that the company, while a good one. is selling at 70 times earnings and that with the slighest problem, people will start selling it, and the price will go down. He feels that the c o m p u t e r market Is in temporary chaos, and that a sell-off fcs sure to take place sometime soon. The thinking of your friend sounds good enough, but I would always hesitate to sell a stock short. Selling a stock short, to me, is just about the biggest gamble you can take There, theoretically, is no limit to the amount you can lose, and I have seen a number of individuals caught in what they thought w e r e s u r e bets that went the other way, and cost them tens of thousands of dollars The fact that Data General is selling at 70 times earnings certainly would suggest that it might be considered for a short sale, as your friend reasons. You make money on a short sale by borrowing a stock and selling it with the hope its price will fall quite a bit, and you can buy it back at a lower price and replace tbe stock you have borrowed.

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SEVEN KEYS' Tbe Greenfield Village Theatre Company production of George M. Cohan's hit play of 1913, "Seven Keys to Baldpate," continues Fridays and Saturdays through Nov. 12 at the Henry Ford Museum Theater at Greenfield Village in Dearborn. Tickets at $4.75 are available daily f r o m 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the entrance to Greenfield Village or at the museum theater box offfice one hour before each performance. All seats a r e reserved. A candlelight dinner featuring cornish hen is offered at 7 p.m. on performance evenings in Henry Ford Museum Heritage Hall. For more information or reservations call 2711620. Ext 415 •

ENCORE CINEMA "Letter from an Unknown Woman" will be shown by Encore Cinema on Monday and Tuesday. Oct. 24 and 25, at the Cranbrook Institute of Science, 500 Lone Pine. Bloomfield Hills. The film takes place in turn-of-the-century Vienna Discussion moderator will be Dolores Burdick, Oakland University associate professor. Tickets at $5 for adults and $3 for students and senior citizens are available at the door Admission includes the film and its commentary, an open discussion and gourmet dessert with coffee served at 7.30 p.m. e

AUDITIONS O P E N J i m m y Launce Productions will bold auditions for "Tribute" at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Oct. 24, at the Club on the second floor of the Hyatt Regency Dearborn Three f e m a l e roles and one male role a r e open for the show opening Jan. 20. Auditions for "Mary. M*ry" at Somerset Dinner Theatre will be beld at 7 p.m. Thursday. Oct. 27, on the lower level of Somerset Mall in Troy. Two f e m a l e and three male roles are being cast for the production, which begins J a n 27. •

LYCEUM SERIES Bess Bonnier. Detroit-area jazz pianist, will appear at 7:30 p.m. Thusday. Oct. 27, as the first performing artist in the 1983-84 Lyceum series being offered at the Franklin Community Church. Tickets a t $12 a r e available for a four-performance series. Tickets also are available for individual performances •

MAGIC S P E C T A C U L A R Ming the Magnificent and Barbara will present a new Halloween Magic Spectacular at 2 p.m- Sunday. Oct. 30. at the Southfield Civic Center, 26000 Evergren Road. Sponsored by the Southfield Cultural Arts Division, the show by Ming the Magnificent and Company will f e a t u r e such illusions as the Doll House Illusion. Houdini's Metamorphosis, the F a r m e r and the Witch, and others The troupe in-

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BEYOND THERAPY' Christopher Durang's contemporary comedy "Beyond Therapy" opens Wayne State University's Studio Theatre season today on campus in Detroit. P e r f o r m a n c e s are at 8 p.m Thursdays-Saturdays and 7:30 p.m Sundays through Oct. 31 in the theater downstairs at the Hilberry For ticket information call the box office at 5772972 •

PREMIER CENTER Paul Anka returns Friday through Monday to the P r e m i e r Center in Sterling Heights. Shows a r e at 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. Friday-Sunday and 7:30 p.m. Monday. Tickets are $22.75 and $23 75. For more information call 978-8700, 24 hours a day

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OTHER OUTSTANDING performances are given by Bob Walker and Helen DiJiulio. They portray stuffy, affluent conservatives who come on the wrong night to meet the family of their son s potential bride. Hilarious reactions are given by Walker and DiJiulio to the extraordinary Sycamores. Their performances are spontaneous and convincing. The entire cast is really top drawer. Everyone emits an enthusiasm that is contagious It's great fun seeing a cast enjoy itself as much as this one does

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N e w c o m e r s show impressive skills By Avigdor Zaromp special writer A recent progam of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra featured Hungarianborn conductor Ivan Fischer and German-born pianist Heidrun Holtmann Both of them made their debut in this country .ast Thursday. At least, this is true if one doesn't count Fischer's unscheduled and unexpected role n the opening concert of the Renaissance Concerts series (see separate review). Maestro Fischer, 32. is having an active conducting career in England and is currently one of the joint directors of the Northern Sinfonia Orchestra, Holtmann, 22. won the Geza Anda competition in Zurich last year One of the judges on the panel was Maestro Antal Dcrati The talent exhibited by both artists was very impressive, and not without some controversial elements, at least on the part of the conductor, The program consisted of works by Webern, Mozart and Mendelssohn The short opening selection was Webem's composition, Six Pieces for Orchestra Webern. who was a disciple of Schoenberg. was one of the pioneers of atonalitv and the twelve-tone system

review touchy issue Some compromises a r e inevitable. The type of piano known to Mozart was a rather weak instrument and would be inadequate in a modern concert hall. However, even without reading Mozart's mind, orchestral dimensions of the type used in this performance were unknown during his time. While the K 482 is one of Mozart's more forceful works, it shouldn't sound like Beethoven's Emperor Concerto The orchestral forces were managed with skill and expertise, but the net effect still undermined severely the fine structure of this composition In particular. the pnHing of^th*11 movement, which is one of Mozart's most intimate passages, evoked the feeling of gross intrusion, THE MOST satisfying p e r f o r m a n c e was that of Mendelssohn's Italian Symphony (No. 4). Some reduction of the orchestra was definitely a step in the right direction While I still found the first movement somewhat overblown, the rest was a good reflecton of Mendelssohn's style, in particular the last two movements.

THESE SHORT pieces are characterized by tone-color sequences, rather than melodic lines Here, Fischer demonstrated great skill and ability in mastering the complicated combinations of sound and involved "rhythms This composition was composed in 1909. when Mahler was still alive, but is considered very modern even by today's standards It is stili beyond my understanding and acceptance, however Holtmann rendered a remarkable p e r f o r m a n c e of Mozart's Piano Concerto No 22, K 482 in E Flat Major Her passages were elegant and clear for the most part. One of the few exceptions was the first movement in which the bars tended to run into one another The one aspect which I found disturbing. however, was the use of the full orchestra That, in my view, was tantamount to letting a bull loose in a china shop Authenticity, of course, is a G

The lyric third movement portrayed the rare singing quality, and the fanfares in the Trio were superb. The final movement was sparkling and shining, without compromising its cheerful characteristic. In this evening's performance. Maestro Fischer displayed an impressive ability for mastering the orchestral forces and molding them according to his will, even though the ends might not be always agreeable Fischer is scheduled to be the guest conductor this week as well, The program consists of works by Schubert, Gliere. Stravinsky and Kodaly The rarely performed horn concerto by Gliere will have its premier with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra on this program.

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from the audience, I knew there had to be some other explanation Throughout the evening we had only glimpses of vocal grandeur Though her voice retained an elegance and held out for a magnificent "Addio del Passato" in the Fourth Act. Valente's acting was sluggish and unexciting Serbo s voice deteriorated as the evening went along but his acting became more spontaneous and

• -special" writer The best thing about Friday night's opener "La Traviata" by the Michigan Opera Theater (MOT) at Music Hall Center was that I had tickets for Saturday evening also. MOT's cast of Metropolitan Opera star Benita Valente as Violetta and Rico Serbo as Alfredo turned out to be a s t a l w a r t performance by two "indisposed" singers. MOT General Director David DiChiera announced that fact a f t e r the second act. over the objections of both. Valente's voice had clarity, grace and solid control but no heighth, depth, power or enthusiasm She barely sang over a loud pianissimo all evening At first I thought I had seats in an acousticallydead section of the hall. But when her "Sempre libera" solo failed to draw an enthusiastic response

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Cass City Cinema. 4605 Cass. Detroit. $2.50. phone 832-6309 Running time 88 minutes. Borrowing from neusreel footage and U.S. government archives. "Atomic Cafe" presents the n u c l e a r a g e much as it was packaged and sold to Americans in the 1950s The film is some-

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The stage is set for theater workshops By Mary Klemic staff writer With the pulling of a curtain or the switching on of a light, Robert Oris can put you on a busy city street in t h e United States, or in a professor's library in England. Oris isn't a magician but an instructor of technical theater at Dearborn's Henry Ford Community College. And he has helped many a community theater group with their productions of almost anything f r o m "West Side Story" to "Chicago." Theater groups often think their sets have to be realistic in every detail, said Oris, a Dearborn Heights resident. "People too often tend. to take a very literal approach to it," Oris said. "They think they have to have an actual window or actual doors on stage. Our approach is how much you can fake on stage." ORIS WILL teach at a free set construction workshop, to be presented by the Theater Guild of Livonia-Redford, starting Monday through Saturday, Nov. 12. Tbe

workshop will include set construction Oct. 24-28. and set painting and decorating Nov. 10-12. It will feature basic techniques in cutting corners in scenery construction, such as measuring, cutting and fitting. Theater sets can be constructed to resemble real life, or they can suggest a different time and place, according to Oris. For a local production of the play "Chicago," set in that city some 60 years ago. Oris is preparing a backdrop that consists of enlargements of photos from the 1920s that were given an antique, sepia tint. "It will be a collage of photographs across the back," Oris said. "It will give the atmosphere of Chicago in the '20s." The Broadway musical "Evita" used a similar technique, he explained In "Evita," a collage of pictures from Evita Peron's life served as a backdrop. SCENERY CHANGES quickly through the use which wagons bring the While the actors perform the audience, stagehands

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"Flippers" can change a set by adding or removing an object. F o r example. Oris said that productions of "The Sound of Music" have turned a ballroom into a bedroom just by bringing a bed on stage. "You can go toward -the symbolic." h e said. "If you have something that gives you the feeling of a kitchen, you don't need the whole kitchen."

Community College Instructor Robert O r i s ( r i g h t ) says t h e a t e r s e t s c a n be i m a g i n a t i v e , as t h e set he d e s i g n e d for a p r o d u c t i o n of " M a n of L a M a n c h a " ( t o p r i g h t ) , or r e a l i s t i c . Oris, a n i n a t r u c t o r of technical theater, will c o n d u c t a free set construction w o r k s h o p at t h e Theater Guild Playhouse in Redford starting Monday.

The amount of money a local theater group spends on it5 sets can vary according to the theater and the budget. Oris said "You can do shows on very, very small budgets." he said. "It depends on what you're doing with the sets. The average show usually spends $150 on materials for the set. There have been shows that spent as much as $5,000 on the s e t "

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D E T R O I T FOCUS Works by more than 50 Detroit artists, a show with one of the largest entry fields for painting and drawing. Saturday through Nov. 19 Tbe gallery is at 743 Beaubien, Detroit. Hours are noon to 6 p.m. WednesdaySaturday. • ART E X C H A G E Works by Livonia potter J a m e s Krueger. a r e on display this month Hours are 10:30 a m. to 5 30 p.m Monday-Friday, until 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday. 10 a.m to 5 30 p.m.. 41* S. Washington. Royal Oak • S O M E R S E T MALL Thursday. Oct 20 - Fifth annual weaving show and sale by m e m b e r s of The Fiber Group Weaver members a r e Carole Donna, Barbara Kiger, Trudy Hartman, Hadwiga Stockier and Renee Kash Featured a r e wall hangings, pillows, throws, wearing apparel, accessories, table tops and decorative items Continues through the month Open during regular mall hours. Big Beaver and Coo•

PEWABIC POTTERY Friday. Oct 21 - "Colored Clay." a national invitational exhibit on tour f r o m the Appalachian Center for Crafts is on exhibit here through Nov 17. Hours a r e 10 a m to 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday, 10125 E Jefferson. Detroit. » D E T R O I T ARTISTS M A R K E T Friday. Oct 21 - Two exhibitions "Photosensitive" and 'Ritual. Myth and Symbol" are on display Opening reception for both S-7.M p.m. Friday At 7 JO p.m Nov 2. an Informal discussion of both shows will be held at the market, 1452 Randolph. Detroit • BIRMINGHAM B L O O M F I E L D A R T ASSOCIA-

TION Satarday. O c t 12 - Faculty exhibition continues through Nov 19 Ml instructors turn to Page 2

ORIS HAS noticed changes in theater sets in the 28 years he has been teaching and the 30 years he has been directing productions. -They're much leaa liter*l." be said. "You used to have four, six, seven big sets for a play. Now you might have a curtain thrown across h>g m „ c i r ; ) k , h a t ^

"That's all you needed," Oris said "There were no walls or windows, and it didn t bother the audience." The sets for the differenTSctnes in a play should be consistent. Oris advised "If you have one elaborate scene, you can't skimp on the others." he said Local productions have to watch costs

single set." he said "For Pippin' there was almost a bare stage throughout More and more, they're using actors to decorate the set and are keeping away f r o m walls."

"With professionals, it's no problem," Oris said. "You say, 'I need that set at this time and it's there. But here (locally), you're dealing with people who work days or nights. They might be able to make a meeting one day but not another "

A PLAY may not need e l a b o r a t e scenery if the story itself is strong enough to carry the audience, Oris said He cites the recent play "Agnes of God," which took place in the anteroom of a convent, as an example The set for this play consisted of a plain wooden desk chair, a metal a s h l r a j ' . a table and a beige backdrop

Participants in Oris' upcoming workshop won't have to attend every session. The classes will be held at the Theater Guild Playhouse. 15138 Beech Daly, just south of Five Mile in Redford. For registration information call 522-0718

Airbrush spits, clogs and fascinates This is another in a series of lessons on art and drawing by special columnist David Messing. He has taught for eight years and operates an art store, Art Store and More, 18774 Middlebelt, Livonia Messing ecourages questions and comments from readers You may write him at his store or c o Observer Newspapers 23352 Farmington Road, Farmington MI 48024

By David Messing special writer My left hand is over my heart and I promise to end my coverage of airbrushing this week There is much you can say about any media, but with airbrush there is a certain fascination Plus many people a r e interested in airbrushing even if they couldn't tell an airbrush from a ratchet screwdriver Fascinating is a good word Did you ever enjoy standing at a state fair or mall show and watch an artist draw another person's p o r t r a i t ' Well, it is just about the same with the airbrush You rarely touch the board or canvas you a r e working on and it seems as if you a r e merely watching as you. the artist, airbrush in subtle shades, colors and tints Nothing can compare to the effects and shear pleasure one can g a i n from a good airbrush in competent You can't enjoy winning unless you occasionally fail, and you can't enjoy an airbrush unless it occasionally backs up on you. When your airbrush is working well and everything seems to be going along fine, you a r e probably sing ing to yourself "Stranger in Paradise

But when it spits and glogs. quits and salvos out a gush of paint all over, then you might be singing "What Kind of Fool Am I." Painting is an outward expression of your inner most feelings and when that expression is interrupted, it is truely upsetting 1 think I am paranoid about inanimate objects If I try to touch an extension cord. I know that it will coil like a snake, and interweave like a bird's nest I also project feelings into things I might say to my clogged airbrush, "You knew 1 had to do this job today so now you decide to break down'" I'm too frugal (boarderline cheap) to throw my airbrush down. But apparently cost hasn't stopped some more violent than myself I have repaired some that were supposedly "dropped." But if they truely were dropped, it must have been f r o m a 10-story building Let m e share my most violent moment with you ALL I WANTED to do was spray a little black paint on a piece of plexiglas So instead of thinning black paint for my airbrush I figured I would just use a can of black spray paint Sounds easy, huh'' Well, first the tip clogged (of course) so I patiently sprayed the can upside down to clear the up of the spray head as not recommended on the label Upon pulling the pin out. a long squirt of paint shot across my shirt and unto our new washer, dryer and white tile floor In frustration I threw the can on the back porch and would you believe it hit down on the spray head and shot black on our then-yellow siding on the house I picked up I b i l can of paint ant threw it in the garage to get rid of it and it came to rest on my sister inlaw'! pecan table that was in storage There it silently oozed paint So much for violence A clogged airbrush Up should be cleared instantly with a r e a m e r A

Artifacts reamer is a needle which is ground flat on one side This flat side produces two sharp cutting edges With any dual action airbrush, simply remove the needle from the airbrush and insert the reamer Lightly push it forward as you spin the reamer between your finger tips Be careful to keep your airbrush rightside up or the finger button will fall out. Usually this one-minute cleaning will return your airbrush to working order But he sure to give it a good cleaning before it's next use Here are some basic tips I have learned over the past few years Remember there are two ways to learn lessons Tbe hard way is lo make mistakes yourself, and the easy way is to learn f r o m the mistakes of others ALWAYS REMEMBER to use a hanger to hold your airbrush This will prevent damage from the airbrush hitting the floor Also be sure to check the stipple adjusting screw often it works it's way loose l o c a t e d under the finger button, it's purpose is to restrict you from fully depressing the button which reduces the air pressure The loss in air pressure causes the paint to spray out in large and irregu lar dot patterns When turned down (so thai it will not touch the finger button) you should have a full air pressure which is about 30 psi If your spray still has large dot patterns then your paint t>eeds to be thinned If you still have large dot patterns then your u p is dirty and needs a reamer or a good cleaning One very common problem with dual action airbrushes is when you have paint spraying without pulling the button back

First you should check the adjusting wheel lor screw) in front of the finger button Often this has worked its way around a few times in handling and has forced the finger button back This in turn allows paint to come out even when you are not pulling the button back This little wheel {or screw) can however be your best friend If you are trying to paint a small restricted area or a straight line and have a fear of pulling the button back too much, simply adjust for the line width with this adjustment and merely depress the button The other reason for paint without pulling the button bake is the compression nut. which is inside the handle has loosened With all the backward and forward motion, it is understandable that this nut could loosen slightly enough to allow the needle to back up which in turn allows the flow of paint To fix this merely loosen the compression nut then push the neelde forward till it fits snuggly into the tip ANOTHER PROBLEM is the tip can become out of the round so much so that it does not seal properly around the needle This allows paint to seep out and form on the tip Then when you depress the button you are surprised to see paint spitting off the tip of your air brush Another big problem is that people ten works it s way loose and falls off the airbrush This messy accident can be remedied by simply twisting a r u b berband around the tip and around the bottom of the cup A few weeks ago I had my new jeans

and my new, white giow-in-the-dark canvas shoes on. all ready to go teach my class Then I said to one of my students, Here Mike, let me show you how to airbrush that." and as soon as the brush was in my hand, the color cup. full of black ink, fell off the airbrush and onto me Mike insisted it was my fault and I insisted it was his But since 1 am the one writing this column, I would like to officially state that without a doubt it was Mike's fault So there Just as I promised I will end this brief rundown on airbrushing but there is so much to cover that I will continue this in some future Artifacts installs lions R e m e m b e r also that my recommendation os Paasche was based on per formance availability and economy All "slow feed fine airburshes are great, as a r e multipurpose and bottom line models It is my opinion however that the s a m e quality is sweeter if it is at an a f f o r d a b l e price With the money I saved. I can buy another pair of jeans and white canvas shoes

\ R T F I LI. H I M For the best "r< suits always airbrush at a perpendicu lar to your artwork This reduces over spray and shows les< of the tooth of the board • y How do vou • ut s m o o t h f r i s k e t s ' 1 Mine look lik. I c u t t h e m out w ith s c i s s o r s A Their . i f v e n ifjonl.ible s w i v e l r.s/>' r b\ \.<th '• '»ur ed*;c will b e c o m e It t a k e s p r a c t i c e like anvthiriK' e l s e

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invited to exhibit. Reception 5-7 p.m. Saturday. Tbe art association, 1516 S. Cranbrook, Birmingham, is open 9:SO a.m. to 4:S0 p.m. • CANTOR/LEMBERG GALLERY Saturday, Oct. 22 — New watercolors by Electra Stamelos will continue through Nov. 12. Opening recepton 5-7 p.m. Saturday. Stamelos, past preslodent of Michigan Watercolor Society, exhibits her work throughout the United States and has won many awarda. Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 538 N. Woodward, Birmingham. • G A L L E R Y 22 "The Watercolor Paintings of Yoko Moro" continue through Nov. 10. Moro, born in J a p a n is now a Detroiter and attended Center for Creative Studies. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday, Thursdays until 9 p.m. and Saturdays until 5 p.m., 22 East Long Lake. Bloomfield Hills. • P R. HAIG J E W E L E R Rare and unusual boxes will be shown through Nov. 10. Many of these a r e from the collection of Stewart Sterling of Bloomfield Hills. His date f r o m 1880-1920. The boxes in the show a r e all sizes and shapes, wood and metal, Inlaid, carved, antique and contemporary. This one-item show could be the first of its kind. Tbe gallery is st 436 Main, Rochester. • KIDD GALLERY New paintings by Ray Frost Fleming will be on diaplay through Nov. 12. Regular hours a r e 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 107 Townsend,

Planting seeds of horticulture early I viaited at Detroit Country Day School on about 40 acres at tbe southwest corner of IS Mile Road and Lahser. Beverly Hills. Tbe school baa celebrated its 50th anniversary and its fine pattern of education was directed for many years by F. Alden Shaw, who took an active interest in tbe school into his 90s. Tbe athletic field was named for him. Tbe field was duf out In 1064 Tbe excellent condition of the grounds and tbe countless areas of beauty could be due in part to tbe dedication of Randy Raymond. He la about to get his doctorate in plant ecology from the University of Michigan THIS F I N E teacher said that while he is team working with his students toward an appreciation of nature, be gets to know them and understand their attitudes about life. An important p a r t of this educational approach has been the making and development of a Fitness and Nature Center. It is an a r e a of closely knit wild growth. The students made bridges over s t r e a m s and generous paths over rolling land, covered with wood chips to absorb the moisture after a rain or snow. There are many designated study spots where they have watched tbe birds try to control their individual territories There are deer and other animals to observe. Tbe prime goal has been to study the c h a r a c t e r 6f a woods and learn bow to respect it. Tbe site has

been used for meets to emphasize fitAs you stroll around tbe grounds you a d m i r e tbe many, many flower beda which surround the buildings. A great deal of the work has been done by the students. Red burning bushes are prominent in the landacaplng. There a r e 7,000 spring bulbs t o be planted by the students. In his classes, Raymond plans to teach the students bow to hybridise UPON completion of the walk the suggestion was accepted that Country Day would welcome program-tours by garden clubs with Inquiry m a d e to Connie Bearden.

S 1 'PAIRTCREEK CENTER It is amaxing how many young people find gardening enjoyable sifter they've had academic Instruction in their school years. Your columnist can attest to the benefits as seen in many young people. On Saturday and Sunday, O c t 2930, the Michigan Regional Lily Society will have its annual bulb sale at Tel-Twelve Mall. This is a good opportunity for fanciers to order tbe best for their 1984 gardens at this time. The costs a r e reasonable. Some gardens have s collection of gourds. They a r e ready to harvest when tbe shell is so hard that you can't easily dent it with your fingernail. Harvest before a frost. Rose fanciers are indebted to tbe All American Roee Selections for supervising the development of outstanding roses and their introduction each year. At least 5,000 years ago in China there were roses. Plant genetics is responsible for the fine specimens we see on tbe market today.

Yule show needs artists Craftsmen and artists a r e invited to participate in tbe Chrtstmaa c r a f t show 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, at Ferndale High School, 881 Pinecrest,

Ferndale. All works must be handcrafted and will be Juried in advance. For information, call the director, 399-3680.

•Rainbow Woven Forest," 300 trees woven by Michigan artist Rosalind Berlin are on display through Nov. 12. Berlin's fiber sculpture (full size) will be the background for many special events including music, mime, Jazz and art and dance workshops. For information about tbe exhibit or programs, call 651-4110. Tbe Center la at 407 Pine, Rochester. The exhibit is open daily at no charge. • KINGSWOOD LOWER G A L L E R Y "An Architectual Retrospective" by Guunnar Birkerts and Associates continues through Nov. 4. Birkerts has won 34 m a j o r awards and done local as well as international projects. He is currently a professor of architecture at the University of Michigan. The school is at 885 Cranbrook, Bloomfield Hills. Those attending Saturday reception should use the 500 Lone Pine Road entrance. • S O U T H F I E L D CIVIC C E N T E R P o r t r a i t s landscapes and stilllifes by J e r r i n e Habsburg will be on display through the month. Habsburg is a contemporary realist whose works continue to attract a sizeable following 26000 Evergreen, Southfield. • NORTHLAND C E N T E R Works by Jim Crawford, Chris Reising, Pi Bennio, Nelson Smith, Ken Giles. Linda Stewart. Otis Sprow, Mary BearcLJDetroit and others f r o m the Great Lakes area and Canada will be on display through Oct. 23. The e J i i b i t sponsored by the mall and Southfield Arts Council, will include 50 works of art and be in the Great Lakes Court and some store windows. Hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. MondaySaturday, noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Greenfield, south of Nine Mile, Southfield. • COUNTY C O M P L E X Juried exhibit by members of P a l e t t e and Brush Club continues through tbe month at the County Galleria. The Galleria is in the Executive Office Building, 1200 N. Telegraph. Displays of wood

carvings by tbe Waterford Chippers and Carvers are in the Courthouse lobbies and the Executive Office Building. Drawings and paintings by Rochester school students a r e also displayed in tbe Courthouse lobbies through the month. All of these exhibits are open without charge Monday-Friday during business hours. • PARK WEST GALLERIES Exhibit of "The Fanciful Women" by E r i e continues through October. Erie, now 91, Is considered the definitive m a s t e r of the Art Deco style created in the 20s. Tbe gallery is at 29469 Northwestern, Southfield. • J. W A L T E R THOMPSON AGENCY New works, f r a m e d and matted sculptural pieces, by Barbara Dal ton of Birmingham and owner of "Tbe Earth and Me " pottery are on display at the in the main office, 600 Tower, Renaissance Center, Detroit through October. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. • DETROIT GALLERY OF C O N T E M P O R A R Y CRAFTS Fourth Invitational wearables show spotlights knitted, woven, crocheted, quilted, appliqued, dyed and painted clothing. More than 50 artists nationwide are participating in this "Art to Wear." Regular hours a r e 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Saturday, SOI Fisher Building, Detroit. • RUBINER GALLERY Cast handmade paper constructions by Nancy Thayer of L a t h r u p Village through Nov. 1. She uses linen pulp, J a p a n e s e papers, fibers and acrylic painting. Hours a r e 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. TuesdayFriday. until 5 p rr. Saturday,-7001 Orchard Lake, West Bloomfield. • XOCHIPILLI GALLERY New paintings by Detroiter Lowell Bolleau continue through Nov. 4. Bolleau is a realist who paints factories, expressways, homes and cars in Detroit with a sense of respect. Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 568 N. Woodward, Birmingham. • P I E R C E S T R E E T GALLERY "Retracing," highllghta the works shown In the gallery's first three years. Regular hours a r e 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday, 217 Pierce, Birmingham.

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HABATATGALLERY Glass sculpture and drawings by Howard Ben Tre will be on display through the month Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, Friday until 9 p.m., 28235 Southfield. Lathrup Village. • COMMUNITY ARTS G A L L E R Y Annual exhibit by m e m b e r s of tbe Wayne State University art and art history department continues through Oct. 29. Considering tbe quality of the faculty, this could be an excellent show. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, Caas and Kir by, Detroit. • DONNA JACOBS G A L L E R Y Broad range of antiquities on display until midNovember Includes new Pre-Columbian acquisitions, Egyptian, G r e e k Roman, E t r u s c a n and NearEastern pieces. Hours a r e 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 574 N. Woodward, Birmingham, • HALSTED GALLERY Photographs by Edward S. Curtis a r e some of the most memorable In documenting the way of life of the American Indian. Photogravures and oratones of Curtis's work will be on exhibit through November. There is also a selection of North American Indian baakets. Hours a r e 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m Wednesday-Saturday, 560 N. Woodward, Birmingham, • S H E L D O N ROSS G A L L E R Y Drawings and watercolors by George Grosz. Included are 25 of his biting satires on life In Germany and two watercolors f r o m his "Stickmen" series Hours are 11 a.m, to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 250 Martin, Birmingham. • ALLEY ARTS & A N T I Q U E S Mark Chatterly is the artist featured in a show titled, *On the Wall, Off the Wall and Fountains" Hours are 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., 32800 Franklin Road, Franklin Village, • UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Watercolors by Bernlce F o r r e s t of Franklin Village will be displayed in the Commons Building Gallery, North Campus, through the month. Ann Arbor.

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Fall offers an abundance of picturetaking opportunities And you don't have to venture far from home either Fall colors can be found everywhere as they creep gently southward. Close to southeastern Michigan a r e miles of lovely roads and trails that displayrainbows of vibrant hues Here a r e some tips on how you can get better fall pictures • Time of day to shoot? Morning or afternoon. These times will produce m a x i m u m shadows and t e x t u r e and will m a k e your shots look m o r e "alive."

Try to position yourself to get back or side lighting. • Lens to use? Whatever suits you best, keeping in mind that a wide angle lens gives you a greater expanse in your shot, whereas a telephoto will "move you in close" to isolate one particular tree or capture a splash of color in a cluster of fallen leaves. With your macro lens or close-up filters, you can highlight the veins in an individual leaf or detail any other intimate subject • Film to use? Slide film will produce the most vivid colors. Use the film of your choice setting the ASA about V* to ^ stop higher than recommended by the film manufacturer. Doing this will increase color saturation. For you black-and-white lovers, don't think the fall color change won't give you pleasing results. Under an overcast sky, the contrasts and tones of fall colors will produce very exciting

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era. Cider mills a r e in full operation and are inviting subjects for your camera Halloween is just around the corner with all of its picture potential. Patches of pumpkins and the kids in their costumes will produce memorable photos for your album. Turn on your photographic vision on a quiet drive through the country and you'll be pleasantly surprised at all the picture opportunities you'll see. Let you and your c a m e r a fall into step with fall. You'll be glad you did.

3? SALT BOX COLONIAL BEAUTIFUL H O M E with 4 b e d r o o m s . 2"s baths family room, w i t h f i r e p l a c e , d e n i n g r o u n d p o o l , s c r e e n e d p o r c h , beautiful landscaping and m u c h more1 $170,900 455-7000

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S I M P L E A S S U M P T I O N on this 3 b e d r o o m brick ranch. 2 full b a t h s , 1 o f f m a s t e r b e d r o o m , f o r m a t d i n i n g r o o m f a m i l y r o o m with fireplace, large kitchen, 2 doorwalls, w o o d deck and a b o v e g r o u n d p o o l on a p p r o x i m a t e l y 1 / 3 a c r e Onlv $64,900 261-0700

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A C O Z Y 4 b e d r o o m h o m e w i t h 3 full b a i n s in t h i s d e s - a b i e sub. A perfect family o m e with p r i v a t e patio a n c w a g i n g d i s t a n c e 10 all s c h o o l s A s s u m p t i o n a n c s e c o n d m o t g a g e a v a n a b l e S 7 2 . 9 0 0 4 7 7 - - • 11

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Aafc aboal the under ltX financing that la available oe Utla foar bedroom, mint condition home with fireplace, family room, flniafced t carpeted beaemeni. Hug* deck overlooking tread yard. Price tlaahad. nicely decorated Loada of room, upper deck 4 patio Attached 1 car garage Price Ml.MO Good looking I bedroom brick ranch. 1 bathe, family room Special financing available Exceptional valae HUM Land Contract with 110 MM down at 11% for 7 y a a n A quality built home, with large lot. central air Large kltehe o f e garage WOOO

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MORE FOR LESS 1 bedroom brick ranch wtth dining room, large family room wtth natural flraolace. m batha, and 2 car garage

WESTLAND - Neat * clean la thla 1 badroom ranch, profiaelnnilly

1410 L I N D E N . CITY OF P L Y M O U T H . " H O U G H P A R K " . . . 4 b l o c k s S . of A n n A r b o r Trail East of Sheldon. Sensibly sized quality ranch with 3 bedrooms, a beautiful living r o o m with bookcases a n d fireplace, f o r m a l dining, family r o o m , a s c r e e n e d p o r c h , full b a s e m e n t , n e w e r r o o f , f u r n a c e a n d C e n t r a l Air $117,500 (453-8200)

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bechomu colonial with counCry dining room, and exceptisaial room Home rouat be aold Call:

MIKE WICKHAM

w o o d e d a n d l a n d s c a p e d s e t t i n g o n N. T e r r i t o r i a l is t h e p e r f e c t l o c a t i o n t o t h i s painstakingly created and architecturally noteworthy contemporary Unc o m p r o m i s e d quality, g o o d taste, and dramatics prevail. PRICED WELL BEL O W D U P L I C A T I O N . $289,000. (4538200)

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LIVONIA 4 AREA LIVONIA'S BEST BUY 1 bedroom brick ranch with family room and flre&

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B A R G A I N P RIICE ICED Nice 1 bedroom brick front ranch, beautiful carpeting throughout, garage Only M»,»00

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BEAUTIFUL LIVONIA MEADOWS Call now to aae thia A a r p 4 clean J bedroom brick ranch.' Featuring remodeled kitchen, bath off master bedroom, newer root, full baaement and carage Riua SIMPLE ASSUMPTION TERMS w thla one All thla for only | i l MW MANY F I N E FEATURES are offered throughout thia lovely 2 bedroom bnck ranch aUting on a large lot. Hlghllghta Include a apacioua kJtcnea. family room room

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Nice bag Lot' J bediucau brick Ranch, fireplace la living room, modern kitch« . family room. 2H garage, coveted patio ki.OOO Down. Interest.

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34458 GROVE

BURTON HOLLOW custom bcult 2 b e d room brick ranch. 2H car attached garage, family room with fireplace. 2acmed hydronic beat, natural woodwork throughout, large partitioned baaement. mint condition, tastefully decorated, many outstanding feature* Aaking MS.500 Will coamlder Land contract Call LEN GOZZARD »27-2*00 CENTURY 21 - Hallmark. Inc

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313 Doarborn Dearborn Hoights

LOVELY 2 badioom Ranch with family room, fireplace, fully carpeted, recreation room, Central Air. 2 car attached « e M7.WH) LARTIN KETCHUMfcMARTIN

CENTURY 21 314 Plymouth-Canton

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PLYMOUTH! ORIGINAL OWNER TWO STORY COLONIAL with superior development.,.exceptional landscaping, extensive plantings, and a glorious patio. 3 b e d r o o m s , baths, formal dining. family r o o m w i t h fireplace, finished r e c r e a t i o n r o o m , and 2 % car garage New roof and aluminum covered trim I N C O M P A R A B L E AT $73,900 <4538200)

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TOO RECENT FOR PHOTO P L Y M O U T H - S " B E A C O N H I L L " . Never l i v e d In. t h i s S h o w c a s e m o d e l h o m e is t h e last w o r d i n l a v i s h a p p o i n t m e n t s Opulent master bath, 3 fireplaces, a b u n d a n t c a r p e n t r y d e t a i l i n g , an expensive w o o d deck an outstanding family r o o m and island counter kitchen OFFERS INVITED$159,500 (4538200)

CITY O F P L Y M O U T H I FIRST OFFERI N G O U T S T A N D I N G , a real I n s p i r a t i o n Nothing t o d o and with a top location 3 or 4 b e d r o o m s , formal dining. 2 baths, family r o o m with fireplace, b a a e m e n t and W car garage $89,900 (4538200)

PLYMOUTH'S '"W0008ROOK '' 4 b a d r o o m a 7 f u l l b a t h s . 2 half b e l t * f o r m a l d m m g . oafc ' o y e r floor, f a m i l y r o o m w t t h f i r e p l a c e 1st floor l a u n d r y , an extravagantly finished/car paled b a a a m a n t N e w floor c o v e r t n g e . a l u m i n u m c o v e r e d t r i m a n d C e n t r a l Air. IMP E C C A B L E $112,500 (443-4200)

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Thanksgiving Special You'll enjoy every holiday In this beautiful 4 bedroom 2 ^ bath super quad. 1 at floor laundry, central air. gorgeoua wooded view from deck and formal dining room. A GREAT ONE In the low ttO'a. Call

LYNN S ol Joy, E of Haggerty •(•cover the loy« the ongmal owners have for this well maintained home Yotl'll save money with this S bedroom 1 W bath brick ranch with l u new roof and ajummum trtm, plus ao many extras the list goes oe and o c i5J>OC

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CENTURY 21 Gold House Realtors 420-2100 464-8881

Plymouth's Most Prestigious Area 5000 sq, ft. - formerty listed $299,000 reduced tor qUck sate to $259,000, Built by builder'/owner. Quality and meticulous detail throughout. Featuring 1 acre, large U-shaped drive with o v e r s e e 3 car garage and a m p l e parking, full brick and stucco extenor, lovely and private g r o u n d s Including sprinkler system and mgrouod gunlte pool, each bedroom has Its own private b a t h (4V* BATHS T 0 T A L ( . 2 FAMILY ROOMS. 2 FIREPLACES, LARGE DEN.WITH SPECTACULAR VIEW, 10 4 12 ft. ceilings, separate lounge and bar area, 2 furnace* with separate controls, electronic air d e a n e r and air conditioning. full security system plus marry mora amenities loo numerous t o mention. Just 15 minutes to Ann Arbor. 30 minutes to the heart of Detroit. For further Information ask

YOU'LL GET THAT COUNTRY FEELING A V ACRE setting frames this custom 1 story bnck borne with Ander sen wood windows polished hardwood floors k woodwork k flawless wet plaster construction A natural brick fireplace with bea tola tor a d o r a the 21x!S living room, aeparate from a 12x12 dining room. 2 airy bedroom*. I * baths 4 comfortable kitchen There's a heated den porch, full usable basement over slxed 2 car garage k newer furnace with central air The soil's ferule the trees ahady 4 the price just alastHd to Hi.SOO « t h Land Contract Terms

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CENTURY 21 Gold House Realtors 478-4660 261-4700

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MAiNTEN A.VCE FREE Colooial Mint condition, nicely decorated, plash carp e t i bedrooms. 2 full baths, formal diking r o o m modem kttchen family room basement, garage Immediate c<*cupancy

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UNCOMPARABLE1 14 400 u s a m e u 2 bedroom COLONIA1. 2H batha.. fireplace la family roam, formal dining room, covered patio, fall baaement and attached 2 car garage Super buy at only $47.WO* CalfMl-J»#0

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Timeless architecture enhances this lovi n g l y c a r e d f o r t h r e e b e d r o o m C o l o n i a l In U v o n i a . F i r e p l a c e d living r o o m , forrfial d i n i n g , a n d a s m a s h i n g f a m i l y r o o m w h a t Is truly a m u s t see Choose your terms $ 7 9 , 9 0 0 . Call 2 6 1 - 5 0 8 0

S h a r p f a m i l y h o m e In e x c e l l e n t l o c a t i o n o n e x t r a large t r e e d lot. Features a s p a r k l i n g in-ground b o o m e r a n g s h a p e d pool wtth heater. Doorwalls f r o m family r o o m present super view M a s t e r b a t h , c e n t r a l air. 2 fireplaces and f o r m a l living r o o m plus g o o d a s s u m p t i o n . $ 8 6 , 9 0 0 . CaJI 5 5 3 - 8 7 0 0 .

PULTE BUILT COLONIAL features 4 bedroom* 2} f t master bedroom, natural fireplace In family room. 2 1 * baths, fall basement attached 1 S car garage and private lot adjacent to acreage Super buy at only W3 SS0' Call Ml2»#0

W a l k t o Livonia schools f r o m this s p a c i o u s t h r e e b e d r o o m split level h o m e t h a t f e a t u r e s a large, u p d a t e d kitchen, family r o o m w i t h f i r e p l a c e a n d nicely l a n d a c a p e d y a r d A c h o i c e l o c a t i o n f o r $ 7 4 , 9 0 0 CaJI 2 6 1 5080

Custom 4 bedroom ranch Ln super location aet among the treea Is offered at reduced price Totally renovated kitchen with aelf cleaning and microwave oven. Conac n m n l e n . compactor, gnd-

CRESCENDO auper QUAD1 Open San 1-1 P M . 754* Corbett N .'Warren. W Lilley CLcrgeous home featare* 4 bedrooma, 2"» baths, 24 f t master bedroom suite with bath, formal dining room, central air attached 2V» car p rage and INGROUND POOL wtth JACUZZI Executive level home that Is prlcad to aell at a auper buy price of only »k3 »00

other per superior lag.;. akylight* fireplace* enhance living room Beautiful inm and family fan ground pool and many other amenities make thla your dream bouse. 231,000 down, 11%'interest and 1149,»00 price make the dream affordable NOVI Mr L Mrs Clean live here and offer this sparkling 2 bedroom ranch at Ml.iM with 211.000 down ao 11%, 10 land contract lat floor laundry, E rge £ e living room with fireplace and sunny dining room or den complete the picture Carage, attached workahop arx5~lOT i 200 lot in great area. Also 8% mortgage assumption HUTTV" owner going North

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HILLTOP SETTING PLYMOUTH toe t h i s l o v e l y b r i e f c f r o n t 4 b e d r o o m C o lonial. M u l t i - t i e r e d d e c k , i t a i & e d w o o d work, central v a c u u m , sprinkler system, s n d m a n y o t h e r e x t r e e i n t h i s B e a c o n Hill h o m e . $159,000.

TASTEFULLY CANTON d e c o r a t e d f o u r b e d r o o m q u a d o n lar p a c o r n e r lot. F u s s i e s t b u y e r w i l l s p p r e c i s t s the loving care given this specious home. Csthadrsl ceilings in living room snd k i t c h e n . $67,900.

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EXCELLENT CANTON l i v a b i l i t y w i t h f o u r b e d r o o m s , 2Vi b a t h s , f o r m a l dining, d e n a n d family room. Fine c o n d i t i o n , e v e n b a a e m e n t is b e a u t i f u l l y f i n i s h e d . $83,500.

SOMETHING LIVONIA special for t h e h a n d y m a n is this o l d e r home w i t h great potential. Wet piaster, h a r d w o o d f l o o r a , 2 n d f l o o r t o finish. A d ditonal c e m e n t block bktg. (34x12) o n l a r g e «• a c r e l o t . $48,875.

PRICED TO SELLI CANTON large family h o m e needa some TLC. Four b e d r o o m , 1Vj bath Colonial. New vinyl siding, central air a n d beautiful aboveg r o u n d p o o l w i t h d e c k . $54,800.

MINT CONDITION CANTON three b e d r o o m Colonial w i t h 2 car att a c h e d garaga. Taatefulty d e c o r a t e d in earth tones. Extra targe fireplace w i t h glees ertdoewre. Land contract terms. $89,500.

ORIGINAL PLYMOUTH o w n e r h o m e w i t h 4 b e d r o o m s , 2V» b s t h s . H a r d w o o d f l o o r s u n d e r c a r p e t i n g , 1st f l o o r d e n w i t h c l o s e t , n i c e l a r g e lot w i t h privsts beck ysrd. Large finished carpete d r e c r e a t i o n r o o m w i t h b a r . $112,500. FT

NICE PLYMOUTH older h o m e in " O l d Village" with three bedrooma — 1 d o w n and 2 up. Appliances and w i n d o w treatmenta remain. C l o s e t o S t a r k w e a t h e r S c h o o l . $34,800.

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HUNTINGTON WOOOS ColonISJ Fireplace wth antique mantel formal dlnlna. enclosed porch. $69 BOC M-?6«7 W A T E R F O R D - Brick ranch Florida room, rec room, large yard, many extras S61.000 L2S51

B L O O M F I E L D MILLS - 3.000 Sa Ft colonial, alarm tyslem flmsSad t>naomem. mary extras S 190.000. B-2&89

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DELIGHTFUL PLYMOUTH older 3 b a d r o o m home with original s t a i n e d w o o d w o r k . P l e a s a n t aw e d r o o m s w i t h w o o d floors. S e p e r s t e a t u d i o in b a c k ( a p p . 1000 s q . f t ) M e a l for s m a l l b u s i n s k s . Z o n e d C e n t r a l B u s i n e s s $87,500

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Betty Wiener

Doris Purvis

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Charlee Allen Broker - Owner

Kathy Brumwell

LIVONIA

L a k e f r o n t c o l o n i a l o n L o n g L a k e wtth fust $20,000 d o w n o n 7 year l a n d c o n t r a c t Four b e d r o o m s , t e n n i s court, super d e c k ing and landscaping. Florida r o o m a n d beautiful finished rec r o o m Minutes to everything. $159,900 Call 553-8700

BLOOMFIELD - FOXCROFT JEWEL Quality Ranch. G o r g e o u s cul-de-sac sett i n g F a m i l y r o o m . F l o r i d a r o o m , t w o ftreplacea, m a s t e r b e d r o o m suite, huge /oyer A M o s t Desirable L o c a t i o n $ 1 4 9 , 9 0 0 Call 642-0703

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F A R M I N G T O N HILLS - S U P E R SHARP Three bedrooms On beautiful landscaped l o t R a n d o m O a k p l a n k floor m f o y e r m d p a s s hall $86,900 Call 6 4 2 - 0 7 0 3

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D r e a m c o m e true, perfection t r o m euro a p p e a l , 10 b e l t e r h o m e s a n d g a r d e n d e c o r 1977 W i l l i a m s b u r g c o l o n i a l , i p a r k like setting - S98.500 Immediate Occupancy. 3 oedri>Q*n b n c k ranee- m R o s e d a i e M e a d o w s Near schools, parks and churches $52 500 H u r t o n H o l l o w s p a c i o u s d b e d r o o m Tr 1 level Gorgeous r a v i n e setting, ing r o u n d pool Mint condition $89,900

W o o d e d e s i a t e , 100 * 4 0 5 in a r e a 0 ' Custom h o m e s Attractive we'- maln!a>ned 3 bed'oom brie* ranch $74,900

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C A S S L A K E P R I V I L E G E S 4 D O C K A G E •Bright CeHtornis C o n t e m p o r a r y with two or thres bedrooms, 2% batha. rac room, two fireplaces, beamed caMnga c«fl lor m of E X T R A S ! $ 8 9 , 9 0 0 CaJI 6 4 2 - 0 7 0 3

11 . % f i n a n c i n g n e w l y d e c o r a t e d o n e C r e d r o o m c o n d o c l o s e 10 c i v c c e n t s i m m a c u l a t e m o v e - m condition $36 900 G r e a l starter h o m e with t h r e e bed r o o m s fully c a r p e i e d H e a t - o - U ep l a c e in l i y m g r o o m , g a r a g e S - ' i p i e As s u m p t i o n $37 900 M o t i v a t e d ^e'ler « b e d r o o m Cape C o newer -oof and driveway gas heal < c a r g a r a g e A h o m e tor ' u s s y b u y e ' P r i c e d to sen 900 i m m a c u l a t e 3 b e d ' o o m c-iek -anch o lovely t r e e - i m e d streef G a r a g e and e i I r a s t o r a g e $ 5 ' 90Ci

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Mtnt Coincrtion c u s t o m features plus many e x t r a s throughout this 3 b e d r o o m brick ranch $61,900

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c ARMINGTON HILLS - Charming two bedroom brick ranch Large family room, country setting, low taxes simple assumption terms S35 900

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NORTHVILLE TWP CLoae to 1-271 N acre corner lot. 2110 sq ft bnck

MJOJM 427-41**

Rambling custom ranch ao p i c t u r e d * treed acre 2 bedroom^ 2 full baths fireplace, formal dining room, acreeoed porch, central air beautifully decorai ed. and attached heated garage Area of fine homes Owner anxioua »W ,»00

142.1

315 Northvilk-Novi

Century 21

CAROLE or K.C

2.7 ACREBI Nice 2 bedfuuaii caro-froe •tartar home amidst mature trees and M s of room for next years garden Updated kitckan. Immediate

CENTURY 21

a nicer S bedroom N Canton colooial In neutral c o l o n with country kitchen, central air. apacioua family room with fireplace, 1st floor laundry, 2l-> attached garage with quick occupancy for only M2,f00 Call

315 Horthnlle-Novi

CENTURY 21 Gold H o u s e R e a l t o r s 420-2100 464-8881

SUPER BUYS!!

H a r t f o r d 4 2 9 , Inc.

TRY TO FIND

PLYMOUTH West Brtar ,11.- tn the woods KM I WHTTTLESEY LAKE RD Better than a model, truly Ipveiy 4 b«lroom plus den 2 ^ bath 2 story' All neutral Mcor. decorator quality throughout. tiered deck, underground aprlnClera and more Asking II 1».S0«. Call

JEANE EGGENBERGER or J O E O R R

SLINFLOWER SL'BDrVISlON' 1 1 * % interest rate - beautiful RANCH faatarua 2 bedrooms. lv» batha open fioor plan, couy family room with flreplace. full basement, attached 2 * car garage Thia very warm hoane Is a auper buy at only g72.»»«! CaJI Ml 2»00

Century 21 Gold House Realtors 459-6000

O P E N SUN. 1-4

Extra) Extra! E x t r a Nice! 2 bedroom brick ranch la .Northville Colony, central air quality throughout, acre. 2 bath*, fuuabed basement Call

315 North viUa-Movl

R E A L T Y

A substantial price reduction m a k e s thla 3 b a d r o o m C o l o n i a l in C a n t o n a v a l u e packed offering Nicely m a i n t a i n e d w i t h flrepiacad TirnSy rocrr. formal dining r o o m , c e n t r a l air. Terrific M o r t g a g e A s s u m p t i o n $ 6 4 , 9 0 0 Call 2 6 1 - 5 0 8 0

1

dluoo. .Mking 178.!

CANTON

LIVONIA & AREA

FIRST OFFERING

4 bedroom I-1 bath* - 10% down, l i t e interest rate for M years, | 7 M 7t pay ment plua taxee and insurance Beautifully finished basement 174,900

No' CANTON Br ab n c k ranch 2»% bat! Uy CilhJl i fireplace, firat floor Laundry room. Flniahed baaement Central air I

STORYBOOK SETTING

B.F. C H A M B E R L A I N

476-9100

SUPER RANCH

"I£E*XJST1NG twoutory home on Ann St, formal dining room, 3 bedrooma. full basement k 2-car garage M5.O0O Fehllg Real EsUte IS2-7MK

for

SUPER S H A R P Brick ranch featuring 3 bedrooms, I * bath*, beautifully finished basement wtth wet bar. 2 car garage and fenced rd with patio and gaa Barbecue ».»00 LF2

Gold House Realtors 420-2100 464-8881

tlEW LISTING In Plymouth Towunhlp m 100*216 ft. lot Charming m story .with J bedrooma. full basement fire. p l a r t 4 2-car garage plua screened porch **7.S0«. reklig Real Estate 4M-7t00

Charming 3 bedroom, center e n t r a n c e Dutch Colonial s i t u a t e d o n P a r k - l i k e d o u b l e l o t a t t h e a n d of a Cul-De-Sac, overlooking RED RUN G O L F COURSE In N O R T H R O Y A L O A K . A u n i q u e a n d p r i v a t e a e t t l n g , y e t d o s e t o afl c o n v e n i e n c e s . L a r g e F o r m a l D i n ing R o o m , F i r e p l a c e In L i v i n g R o o m wtth F r e n c h D o o r s l e a d i n g o u t t o l a r g e s c r e e n e d p o r c h . 2V4 c a r garage. $65,000

OPEN SUN 2-5

QUAKER TOWN

CENTURY 21

315 NorthviHo-Novi

MINT CONDITION, Colonial with « bedrocma. 2W hatha, large kitchen wtth built-Ina. dining room, family room with natural fireplace, fall baaement. anclneed porch. I car attached garage Excellent location f7t.M0

APPROXIMATELY MOOO TO ASSUME Livonia brick ranch with 1 bad roomu. large kitchen, flniahed baaement. la an eicellent location M7.M0

TOO RECENT FOR PHOTO

Century 21 Goid House Realtors 459-6000

O P E N SUN 1-4

422-6030

Gorgeoua brick ranch, 2 huge bedrooma. 2 full bath* country kitchen, Huge family room, 2 way fireplace In both family room 4 Uvug room, 1st floor laundry apacioua basement central air. attached 2 car garage Eaay a s aumpcion or terms IM ,M0

SUPER RANCH

Immaculately clean J bedroom bnck wtth ertra large family room, raised hearth ftnpiace. m hatha, full basemen! partially finish ail, aad attached 2 car garage Don't nuaa seeing this beaut y Owner anxious asking only I U 4W

Call DIANE H I L L

Owner tranfferred eo bring offer on thia auper aharp colonial on Large lot S apacioua bedroom*. 1H bath* country kitchen, buge family room with fireplace, patio door overlooking 2 level deck and gce geoua yard, attached garage, basement Asking M«-M0 Aa•ompooo possible

17H1 MAYFIELD country living In the city, beautiful treee on thia large loc 190 i 244 2 bedroocm, family room, den. and garage In thia well kept home Price r i MM Call. LUCILLE DAVID 1*7 2M0 CENTURY 21 - Hallmark. Inc

476-7000

CENTURY 21 Gold House Realtors 478-4660 261-4700

MAKE OFFER

Re/Max Foremost

HOME CENTER

Call J O A N ANDERSEN

Gold H o u s e Realtors 464-8881 420-2100

Daarborn - Otter Dr Michigan area, cuaiom built brick ranch, attached 2 1 car carage 2 bedroom*. bedroom* 2 * hath*. MI-W27 family room. 2 fireplace*.

BD PRINGLEMEIR

Century 21

J l e a r downtown Plymouth 4 or i b e d room home with lota of charm and room new copper plumbt&g. new ISO amp aeoace. freshly painted MS .NO

Livonia - Gorgeous!

Century 21

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LOCATION!

NEW LISTING

Century 21 Gold H o u s e R e a l t o r s 459-6000

Character 4 WamHh Channkag ealghhorhaod - > • ' • • • 1 bedrooms, formal dlalag n m . a c n m d - M port*. HcttaOy M M rac room, garage, aad home warranty protaction plan All aa^aa-aa aUv Wall carad lor hoane. Only H T M * A Mr BITTY BARRY

ASSUMABLEIH* MORTGAGE Low Plymouth Twp tana* Spirlnw 5 badrooma 4 1* floor library 2 7 * sq f t plea a fall finished b a i l i n g - Large 3 bedroom. 2 fall bath bontf. large fam- aacladed yard bordari a Krana 4 ilv roam wtth wood dock, completely woodland Walk to Sutfth acknol 4 downtown »1»,«W Opaa a n 4U-7W2 remodeled in l t 7 t

Quality built 2 bediomu brick ranch wtth family room fireplace. 1*» bath*, apeciou* bedroom*, flniahedrecroam, earth tone decor walk to tennis courts Must sell 144.(04 Terms

Paula McKlnley Owen REAL E S T A T E O N E 455-7000

HOUSE OF

Call: PAM YAGER

S P U T LEVEL 7 YEARS NEW Spacioae Plymouth heme ahowa like a modal Neutral decor beautiful hardwood floor • living room, ooacCry kltckea family room with natural flralaraga. country atmoa d Only Ml.HW KLIMECK] S l l MMARLENE / CENTURY 21 Today Ml 20W

LAND CONTRACT TERMS-1 Md a
Great Family Home! Room to Roam on nice lot Terms' Terms' FHA. VA. 4 bgdiuom* fenced yard. Garden City

Call Rachel Rion

OPEN SUN 1-i COVENTRY GARDENS Ravine Lot TM Lavul l*2.»0« 161-70*5

522-0200

AFFORDABLE!

Southfield Raach on premium lot with Game* room, family room wtth Oreplac*

BELL CREEK

474-5700

427-3200

M 1 U BENTLEY. U V O N U

roam Brick Ranch, large family room

lot Attractive farm Colonial. 2 full bathe ftroniace la llvng rom. den dining room, kitchen. Florida room with attached deck Basement. 2 car garage Asking MS.NM

thla charming 2 bech-oocn home In Livonia T5ua la tnr uenlyweda dream come true Hlghllgfeu Include dining area. ay, aald a 2 car garage 1 All thla for only W . i o e

Nice 1 bedioom I "4 bath bnck ranch, family room wtth natural fireplace, full baa«umit. 1 car attached garage

SUMMIT

air, X car garage All oe a tree atreet. A great buy at M1.M4

remodeled kitchen, baeiuum with

Laad Coatract tarma ROOM TO ROAM

free 1 »

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NIC* AREA! Two (I) Hamas' OBaafurtable 2 or 1 baiknocna. I * car garaga* 1 1 * Laad Contract U . » M Down - or H A M down Ml »4M

BANK OWNED k ready to deal Fantaatic financing wtth low interact M year fixed rate mortgage on thla aharp > bedroom brick ranch in beautiful Woodbrook Sob Gorgeoua kitchen. bathe, lat floor iaaodry family room wtth fireplace, baaement 1 car attached garage ( M M !

PHOTO ENROUTE P L Y M O U T H ! C U S T O M BUILT HILLS I D E H O M E w t t h s p e c t a c u l a r v i e w s of H I L L T O P G O L F C O U R S E . Nearly an A c r e Inviting 2 0 x 2 0 living r o o m with fireplace, f c r m a l dining, an impressive new kitchen, a screened porch, 2 baths, w a l k - o u t l o w e r level, a s e c o n d fireplace in the family r o o m . etc. $98,000 (4538200)

fenced

H a r t f o r d S o y t h inc. 261-4200 464-6400

T O O R E C E N T FOR P H O T O

OTV P L Y M O U T H ? TTOT t W P E N A perfectly located aluminum sided ranch 3 b l o c k s w e s t o f M a i n s t r e e t Its i m pressively m a i n t a i n e d Interior has n e w e r floor c o v e r i n g s , 2 b e d r o o m s , f a m i l y r o o m with w o o d - b u r n i n g stove a n d a 1Vi c a r g a r a g e . $ 3 9 , 9 0 0 , ( 4 5 3 - 8 2 0 0 )

large

A S S U M E 10V4%

FORMER MODEL

J Large kitchen, family M4JM

YOU LL BE IMPRESSED wtth thia delightful aad well carad for maintenance

neutral W,**

Fehllg Real EaUte

PLYMOUTH, lovely 4 bedroom. 2 * bath Tudor, dining room. daa. Maad kitchau. raiheA-af cuillag la family room wtth f i r e p l a c e , beautiful! •aatifully •ISMS* i n tni

Largs 1 badroom bnck ranck. finished rucTuation roam. 2 natural flreplacaa. aoclosad patio, attacked 2 car garage, oreralaad fenced lot. fantastic neighbora Plymouth Townskip Priaef First

IM.IN

313

• OPEN SUN.. 2-5PM

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BACKS TO WOODS Thia c w t o m buUC 2 bedroom home baa water prtCommerce l a k e Featuring room 1 v» batha. wood deck, attached car aide entrance garage abed and IMMEDIATE occupancy M 1 > M

478-3400 10 A C R E S a n d a G R A N D B R I C K A N O C E D A R R A N C H t h a t is o o e o f t h e g r e a t v a l u e s of 1 9 8 3 J u s t 7 y e a r s o l d w t t h a dramatic family r o o m and fireplace. 4 b e d r o o m s . 2'A b a t h s , a f o r m a l d i n i n g r o o m , 1st f l o o r l a u n d r y , a g r a c i o u s foyer, full b a s e m e n t , A n d e r a e n w i n d o w s a n d side e n t r a n c e 2 % car g a r a g e . S P O T L E S S AT $129,900. (453-8200)

HALF ACRE Attractive brick 4 i IM- wide lot 2 bediMUM 4 den. family room, attached garage Naat 4 Clou L

LIVONIA • >* acre woodad paradiee auiToaada thla alagenl I be*ocau ptaa dan brick mtnnlar fall walkout baaamant. formal dhatag room, country kitchen, family room wtth wood barnlag fireplace. Florida room, lanaalaie let floor laundry. I fall ptaa two <* batka. attached 1 car garage II I t . M d

10% Land Contract

available M U M

PHOTO ENROUTE

LIVONIA

SCENIC P a r t like aatting wtth i a i • gi iaea I badioocu bnck i 1M batha, mod family i aad gara^a with door (

TO SETTLE ESTATE Cuecom. Quality Brick Ranck. oak floora. wee plaster walla, Tbermo-window* aluminum trim Lovely large kitchen, family room, block '

family room wtth place formal dining. UeMc room with bey-elndne. 1 car aOaciad garage, neatled on beaatifal traed W. M U M

Sharp a d e n 1 bedroom brick ranch 1H batka. family room wttk

carpetiaa. keep lot aad a»arataa U t M p n a J l W O H M SUM M . S1M1 w a n r i E L D - & of W Chicago. E of

P L Y M O U T H ! A HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS, this c h a r m filled Historic F a r m home and outbuildings are placed o n an i m p o r t a n t a n d treed one A c r e with sewer a n d water. 3 or 4 b e d r o o m s , 2 fireplaces, i n - l a w suite, a s t u d y , e t c $119,500. (453-8200)

LIVONIA 4 A R E A

312 Uvonia

bedroom hrtek colonial with 2H hatha, dining r o o m family room with fireplace I M % flniahed t a a i m m l wtth wet bar lac floor laundry and 2 car garage m t o c

Central air, apriakier ajntam and mack, mack mora, la e n at L m a i a ' i afcaM areas Priced to aatl fast. laad contract teraa aeallaUe m m

Well Inanlated I bedroom ho&e Original owners. Borne baa Had TLC Croat area, doae to akopfiiag aad tranaportaU o o On a country u v lot. Garage Inaalatad and wired b l . » M

C I T Y O F P L Y M O U T H ! 1348 W . M A P L E , O n e b l o c k S. of A n n A r b o r T r a i l , 2 b l o c k s East of S h e l d o n . Facing coveted • ' H O U G H P A R K . " this original owner, h i g h q u a l i t y h o m e is s p o t l e s s l y c l e a n . V e r y c u s t o m w i t h a m a i n floor m a s t e r b e d r o o m suite a n d 3 large b e d r o o m s up. 2 fireplaces, Large rooms. A w a r d winning rear yard. $159,000 OFFERS INVITED. (453-8200)

312 Livonia

STONELEKJH SUBDIVISION Large I

721-0400

carpeting 55T S X J kltckea tki naghiel. family room wllk ftrapiaca. tall touted rac room arttk vat bar. (aa heat aad central air. attacked i car f*» rage, pool and patio. Aaklag IMJSS

LIVONIA 4 AREA OPEN SUN 1-4 U M l RIVERSIDE S. of I MUa. W of ParmingUa PRICE REDUCTION KMC I bedroom lVt bath coadamporary brick lit. prcrfeeaUnaltf detuiiled former model AaanmaMe I P * *

312 Livonia

314 Ptymouth-C a n ton

PLYMOUTH Sheldon Rd at Aaa Ar bor Rd. Zooad Office Service I J M aq f t Ranch home with attacked garage on ID*' lot [dual for Office Conversion til Schwotaar Real Estate IM-Udd Aak f o r Jbn McKaoa

JUST REDUCED'' 3 bedroom ranch In Plymouth Township with family room & fireplace, attached garage, large lot.

312 Uvonia

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315 Norttmlfe-Jtfovi NOVI

FIXED 1 0 . 3 5 %

BY OWNER N e w 4 Dodroom. I I bath colonial Family roan with fireplace formal dining room ft large living roam w i t t new c a r p e t Nawly carpeted k n w t r a l c o l o n Central air wtl-claaA in* electric ftove, dithwatlter Popular sob w i t t u d r w t l k Only 2 mUea froen 11 Oak* mall All t i n for only I l i MO wiU .aad c o o t r a d l e n r a Shown by i n t only MI-Hlt EXECUTIVE HOME Northville 4 bed room 2H bath. family room, library air. n n t o n lxnd»c*plng. i p r l n k l e r v m w w to a p p r e c i a t e O w * r moat tell 1120.900 Call a f t e r 3 M or week end* for appointment <20-3254

CALL FOR MANY M O R E

Vz A C R E

GARDEN CITY - BY OWNER 2 badroom Bnck Ranch. 2 bath. 2 car garaga. n a n ihnd baaement fireplace, 522 0442 new kltcken. fenced. M7.900

Century 21 R e a l t o r s

G a r d e n C i t y Is G r e a t 2 bodioum ranch. fall h o w i m t i r . T( f t corner lot. garage. a d ^ $ 4 1 . M «

4 5 9 - 6 0 0 0

BILL BELCHER

IIMO down rtm atarter bora* near V a r M Rd ttM month total payment Call for a d d r s a . Centary 11. ABC i » m »

316 Waattand Qardan Crty

GARDEN CITY 3 bedroom 2 Mory konae, large lot. half t i o m m n t . garage, much m o r e , convenient location 141,MO M i -7117

OPEN SUNDAY 1-4PM, 447 South Hawthorne. Weatlaad 2 bwkoom. attached garage formal dining room. covered patio, fall bnck a r e a E a r ! K*tm Won 5112 H I

221 ,P0® . 2 b near Wayne Rd in Weatlaad 21.100 down, not m ich caab needed Call for Century 21 ABC 421J2VI

LARGE LOT

4M-;iW

BILL BELCHER

B T * GARDEN CITY 2 bedroom b n c k ranch. I H batha. country kitchen. n > torn drapea, 2"4 c a r garage, partially finished baaement. fenced, landacaped yard, aaar Garden City Hoapttal 22100 down oe FHA 2#-B Call 2411411

Re/Max Boardwalk 522-9700

OPEN S U N D A Y 2-5 410 NORMA. S. of Cherry Hill. W of Newtwrgb Newer brick ranck with family room, fireplace. 2 badrooma. ! * batha and e i t r a large yard ISl.tOO Aak for ROW or MARY

CENTURY 21 Today

O P E N SUN 1-4

525-7700

OPEN S U N D A Y 2-5

WESTt-AND S of Cherry Hill, la off Avoodale • 1 1 U EDWIN Beaatlfal v» acre lot. 2 bedrooma, large i m o d e l e d kitchen family r o o m fireplace, wood deck. 1H c a r garage Simple a a n s n p uoa available a l 7»»% or try a 4 r e a r blend at 12% with 20% d o w n S e t l e n will coouder buy-down paying ytag t11090 of purchasers bank doatiM t-dda H B J k g f e r w o A d for

» M 1 SOMERSET S of Cherry HU1. W of Wayne T r H e r e l with 2 bedrooma plua d o and family room, large kitchen with pantry and all apotlaacea. 1W car J g r a p e Onily 241.000 Aak for MARY or

C E N T U R Y 21 Today

C A R O L E . K.C. or O Y A N N A

525-7700

H o u s e

REPOSSESSED I I . M 0 down, N of Ford Rd attractive 1 glory aluminum. 2 c a r garage overuaed l o t ( I t HX Special low l a t e r e n . 20 year fixed rale Aak for Madeline or Art, Century 21 ABC 42V 2212

SUPER SHARP batha VA or FHA. good w r a p Aaking 112,900 Aak for JEAN GOLCHUK

CENTURY 21 G o l d

H o u s e

464-8881

R e a l t o r s

420-2100

T E R R I F I C U * . % ASSUMPTION Leas than llO OOd to n a n thia * a r p b n c k ranck with 2 bedrooma. central air, apdalad kitchen with appliances, m baths, fantastic recreation room with wet bar and b e a t r J Jacuzzi garage and immediate occupanc} Now M l fWJ T Y T

459-6000 Very aenoua aeller haa priced thla i m m a c u l a t e 2 bedroom b n c k ranch lo •ell faat Move-in condition and quick occupancy plua teller la willing to aaaixt Is lowering interest r a t e with a buy down IUtetter, baa built-in dishwasher low taxes, 50x 170 f t fenced y a r d Call ARLENE or DICK BOYD

tyatetn. attached garage with door opener ptm ctrcular drive LONG TERM LAND CONTRACT AVAILABLE Aaking > « . M 0

Re/Ma* West

464-8881

CENTURY 21 G o l d

261-1400

H o u s e

R e a l t o r s

420-2100

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476-9100

Sharp 3 bedroom

natural

c e n t r a ! air, b a c k y a r d is very private, f a c e s b e a u -

fireplace,

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garage

$59,750

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r a n c h w i t h 2 full b a t h s , 18' x 3 7 ' g u n i t e i n g r o u n d

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ness

$89,900. (L-701) 522-5333

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522-0200

P r i m e a r e a 4 badrooma. kitchen updat ed. f o r m a l dining room, newer roof and furnace T e r m s 149.HOP Aak for

Paula McKinley O w e n

Eased on Sales P n c e of M2.900 MSHDA mtg of 140.700 7 » * 1st yr vmeoi 1200 71 plus taxes ins., * 35% i yr payment 122190 plus taxes ins.. 9 21% 2rd yr paymenl 125112 ploa t a x e s Ins.; 10.25% 4th thru 20th yr p a y m e n t ! 1290 00 plus taxes ins Annual percentage r a t e 10 7%

treed l o t Wi-FHA available, an AFFORDABLE home, price slashed" \ NEW HOME Hurry' MSHDA 10 25% energy effic i e n t 2 bedrooms, 1H batha. country kltcken. dishwasher, 2 c a r garage.. Affordable Financing at a great price*

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OAK PAKE REDFORD WESTLAND

22011BARRINGTON

$3000 DOWN $ 3 1 9 PER M O N T H Brand new 2 bedroom ranch Al) b o c k , full baaement Carpeted With fireplace E a r n p a n of vour down payment by painting and floor tiling G O O D M A N BUILDER 399-9034

Century

S E U G M A N k ASSOCIATES 2SV24M 750-1020 Equal Housing Opportunity

316 Radford A 5 % Dn. M o r t g a g e Sharp 2 bedroom bungalow maintenance f r e e a l u m i n u m 2 weeks old Large kltcken, 1 fall and two "» batha full baaement. possible »•>. % financing Seller motivated aaking 139.900 Call today* Ask for

BIRMINGHAM Mldvale School 2 badroom 2 bath ranch. 2 fireplaces fall baaement country kitctxn. 2 c a r garage, large l o t Assumption MtWH

H O M E C E N 476-7000

BIRMINGHAM Brick bungalow 2 bedrooma. i hatk. appliances, ( a r h g e b a a e m e n t new carpei k bllnda Quiet treeUaed slreet in convenient location Priced 10 tell - IM.900. M4-T7I7 BIRMINGHAM - I Bedroom ranck d u r m e r on large treed lot Antique oak fireplace accents neutral toned living m o m * dining room. Family room, a t ' 049-41*9 BLMFLD HILLS OPEN SUN ., 1-5PM 1090 Sherwood Glen. N of Lone Pine t off Wabeek Lake I * The striking contrast of this rsatlc Contemporary exterior k the ultra-sophisticated Interior set the tone for graclou* living k enter t a i s l n g 4 bedrooma. 2 Story m a r b l e fireplace to Great Rocen, extensive butlt-ln* k * complete gourmet kitchen. 1475.000. iH-45122)

21 TER

H A N N E T T , INC.

422-6030 R E / M A X F O R E M O S T , INC Neal clean bouse, 1 bedroom, double lot Very good neighborhood Try IJ000 down to Land Contract. Aaking Jl7,900 HOMESTEAD 5312211 P l e a s e call mornings —

646-6200 BLOOMFIELD HILLS SCHOOLS Bi-level. Oakland Hills golf course 4 bedroom* llarge masteri. 3 baths, (ami ly room. den. playroom, wet bar, 2 flreplacea Divorce force* quick sale, ask log 1115,000 042-2020

S R E D F O R D quad, mint condition, must sell 4 bedroom, attached 2 c a r u system. e x t r a s 107.000 177 2942

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, quad. 4 bed room, 2 bath, den, high on a hill In Hick Dry Height*. Locg Lake, near Adams, by owner. 1100,000 M0-9711 BLOOMFIELD HILLS Nature Lover s paradue, Dear the Kirk Open celling, skylights. J bedrooms 2791 W P e m b e r ton. off Mystic Valley Owner 044-4727

302 Birmingham Bloom fiakJ

D I C K E R ,

BLOOMFIELD HILLS SCHOOLS, 2 bedroom t n . 2v-i baths, family k dining rooms, fireplace, Pine Lake privileges 1104,»0C L C ajsumabbe 2M-2000

ABSOLUTELY Only For The Larger Family Bring tbe kids and let t h a n pick one of the 7 bedrooms f o r their very own Walk to swim and tennis club. 1179,950

CLEAN AND SPACIOUS OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM 3 bedroom brick r a a c h la all brick area 22009 Shagbark with 1 -» baths on the main floor, basem e n t newer heavy Insulation, newer S of IS Mile. W of Lahser roof and rood looking extra large 2W car wired garage. Largest model In Jane W a p l e s Sub 154,900. LN1 REAL ESTATE ONE B.F. C H A M B E R L A I N 646-1600 647-3815 476-9100 721-8400 A LIKE • NEW N Wabeek contempoDOLL HOUSE- 9011 Farley Newly rary Open Sun Just available 5 beddecorated. 2 bedroom. 2 down. 1 large rooms. I baths 2 family rooma 2 lim a s t e r bedroom up All appliances m braries. 3 fireplaces Jacuxxa. 3 story kitchen G a r a g e M'.OOfl oc land con- a t n u m , 2 c a r g a r a g e I m m e d i a t e occuCreative financing under tract or excellent t e r m s for new mort- pancy gage Most see 531-0113 or 477-0105 1495,000 G r e a t e r Bfld Rhodes042-0014

BLOOMFIELD HILLS CAPE COD 2 bedroom currently under construction 2100 Sq Ft Library, great room with fireplace, large kitchen. 1st level .a u n d o 1st level master bedroom suite, b s and bers walk-En closets 10 mina. to Birmingham shops 047-1221

bedroom.

BLOOMFIELD O P E N SUN- 2-5 4019 Parkwood, S. of Lincoln, E of Telegraph Etevated n t e complements the woodsy home setting suurrounding this elegant country colonial 4 bed r o o m s pins sitting room, 2V» baths huge family room with open hearth fireplace and indoor barbecue Qeaed t e r r a c e with skylights — • • t a irage r Quality room a t t a c hied e throughout S u p e r l a t i v e location 1104.540

Charming and coxy 3 bedroom with modem kitchen, formal dining room, family room wtth fireplace, new c a r p e t throughout, full basement, gas h eat Asking 154.500

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BLOOMFIELD VILLAGE - Monterey colonial, 4 bedroom*. 2W baths, library f a m i l y room, full basement rec room fireplace, undated kitchen 1145.900 Lease poaslbie Owner. " 0 4 2 7411 p | r m a 4 V r n ri WING LAKE ROAD Lake privilege, and view Custom built brick ranch, beautifully remodeled custom kitcber. large living room with vaulted, beamed ceiling and raised fireplace, library with fireplace, dining room, laundrv room. 2 bedrooma. 2 baths, a t t a c b e c 2 c a r garage, large lot with m a t u r e trees m a m - x x l r u . Excellent condition 1164 W0 Shown by appointment onl« 051-045! DRASTICALLY REDUCED Custom newer ranch J bedrooms, 2W baths f a m i l y room, basement I H a r at tacbed garage, central air Near St Regis Live-to cooditioc. 1112,000 Call H e l m Butler Weir, Manuel, Snyder 0 Ranke 044-0JIX) Home 040-4 HS F O X C R 0 F T CHARMER, J bedroom S bath*, cedar shake roof, all sew carpet ing. drapea, wall covering! kitchen x a j f u r n a c e 1125.000 155-2171. 040-72*5

GREAT IN T O W N LOCATION N e a r Shopping, p a r t k tennis court O i a r m i n g Cape Cod, 2 bedrocens panelled rec room with bar Tasteful neutral decor 151.100 Call Marvarme Gariepy, 040-10M

CRANBR00K A s s o c . Inc., R e a l t o r s 645-2500 IN-TOWN BIRMINGHAM O P E N Sl'N . 2-ipro 247 Greenwood (N off Wi Uju S, W of Woodward Absolutely stunning S bedroom Colon, a l »ust completely renovated New roof, exterior siding k garage Newly landacaped Skylights in bedrooms Redesigned kitchen with window greer. bou*e Fabulous dec*. Finished basement Gorgeous deep lot offer* privacy Doo't mi*s this Gem 1 1145.900

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P L Y M O U T H 455-8400

N o r t h , inc.

559-1300

2 story f r a m e home in popular Bit mingfcam location Great living ipace tn all major rooms including master Kitchen could be reworked to fit today? g o u r m e t needi Full dining room With bay window k leaded glass door Hani wood floora throughout Definite needs for renovation Great possibility for investor k or user .Area of bomes often exceeding 1200,000 BRING ALL OFFERS Ask for Shirley Gotlbelf Ralph MaDoel ,Associates 044 15"!

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CAN BE ELEGANT If you are looking for an energy efficient home with an a i r e of contemporary elegance, look 00 further We offer you 2-4 bedroom* 2 full and two H bath*. European style cabinetry multi level for m a x i m u m privacy and ! c a r j a r - t i l on a large tot in a very i p e c u l Village Cali

DESIGN 2001 559-7430 or S u s a n T e d e s c o RE/MAX 540-9700 A GORGEOUS contemporary - a o o t superb quality, huge g r e a t r o o m with firelace cathedral ceilings, recessed ghting. off-white Berber carpeting, dream atroood F o r n u c a kite bee. vert; cat*, burglar alarm, circular drive automatic t p n n k i e r s Must See' Price lowered-II11.000 For private showing cs II

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ROBEC PROPERTIES 851-7711 Executive Relocation Services

REAL ESTATE ONE 626-4256 644-4700 HIGHLY MOTTVATED1 One of West Bloomfield s finest 4 b«t room. 2*s bath California Contemporary la your dream boose Central air recessed lighting updsted titcben double ovens aad center Island All appliances. including w a t b e r 4 dryer Full fmlihed basement with wet bar k refrigerator C e r a m i c foyer 4 btths. first floor laundry and burglar 1< srookr alarm* plus much m o r e Spectacular 1S acre lot ha* 21 full grown blue spruce Must tee won t last"' l i U XHj LAYNE k ROBERT COLMAN

C r Assoc. a nIncbRre a lot o r so k 155-2100 LONG LAKE Middlebell a r e a , Bloomfield Hills school district Moving oui of S u t e I H year old custom built 4 bed room contemporary bi-level master bedroom 00,1st floor overlooking a t Utre area, designer kitchen and custom built features through
OPEN HOUSE Model H o m e Tour - Great Prices on Existing M o d e l s - in T H E P A R K at B l o o m f i e l d L a k e MONTEREY Unique floor plan with 4.056 sq fl Tremendous Master suite with fireplace 2 walk-In cloaets, dressing a r e a . Roman bath Enormous kitchen. Great room, dimna roam k library Lower Level contains 2 bed rooms. 2 full baths, Activity room It storage Beautlfuilv decoraled <1 landacaped Great Buyl $239,900 PARK VILLA Charming architecture' Exqui sltely decorated k landscaped mode! Newwt plan give* you 2 bedroom*. 2*i b a t h s S n o r mous Master suite with fireplace. studio celling, balcony 2 walk-in closets R o m a n bath with elevated tub k stall thow t r Tremendous kitchen (island k nook! 1st floor utility' Mode* Priced at $ 2 4 9 , 9 0 0

O P E N SUN. J-1PM 1245 Baca B i r m ' h a m fbetw Lincoln k North is WT In-town borne is a Charmer' 3 bee rooms. I H baths der.. large walk-ic closets k a spacious scrsened pordi off living room Freshly decorated ISS.550 lH-42164i

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OPPORTUNITY K NOCKS This spacious 4 bedroom North » " a b e « h o m e with fireplaced family roorr. panelled library k aland kitchen LS now ready for immediate occupancy Fea t a r e s Include, circular drive entry >-en tral air cooditlonliig. spnnkler It aianr. • r s t e m Walk out lower level has dance floor ii full wall fireplace for fantastic e n t e r t a i n m e n t center Owners relocsi ed buyers gain Drasticaltv reditred v Mil.000 Ask for SHIRLEY GOTTHELF DOLLY H I l i Ralpf Man nr. 044-1575 - 047 1217

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This nice 2-3 b e d r o o m a l u m i n u m ranch wtth fire-

LANO CONTRACT TERMS

THIS LOVELY, SPACIOUS. NORTHVILLE COLONIAL In popular Connemerra HWs o n a large lot has master bath, fireplace, family room, first floor laundry, and beat of all. an Assumable Mortgage! Call for details $106,900 • 459-2430

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offers! $42,900

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CUSTOM CANTON RANCH, 1ST FLOOR LAUNDRY, spacious kitchen wtth generous c a b i n e t s and working area. Cathedral celling In family room and full wall fireplace Patio prep a r e d for Florida Room A s s u m a b l e Mortgage $69,900 459-2430

'Charming center entraace 2 bedr.--' h o m e In mint condition tn Q u a r t n i [ a s Eatate* Totally refurtisbed ir. » rears l i n j o o ASK FOR JEANE'lT t E X - E I - H A R K

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SHARP TWO UNIT INCOME PROPERTY d o a e to downdown Plymouth Land Contract Terms Exterior m a i n t e n a n c e free JVell decorated trv terlor Oaa heat s e p a r a t e entrance to upper apartment $67,900 459-2430

will tell lo tne kighesi f ? . a Monwogs 001 1200 BY OWNER « BJoomflekt Hill* Vhoola < 2 >» fcatk coloaia I Tien escep tlonal family n a n with fireplace ' i t • h a d litsstnim 2 car garage lower flsed rate snortg*ge assistance p o » * x i m n iiTi fco raTTtrrsm EXCEPTION»L
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WEST BLOOMFIELD two 2 bedroom attached units with separate living quarters, entrances and t t i b u a a Large treed vard Upper Straws Lake pclvi ASK FOR DALE RICHMOND

MERRILL LYNCH REALTY 851-8100 681-0014 WEST BLOOMFIELD Slashed for quick tale No Reasonable Offer Refused New cuttom 4 bedroom. 4 bath ranch on 1 acres Gourmet kitchen, walk in pantry, full baaement. l i t floor laundry all new G E appliances, washer k dryer loo Wolmanbed 4eck Alarm k sprinkler systems Bloomfield Hills icboois Walnut Lake privileges 4791 COVE ROADS IS of Loo* Ptne Rd off Middlebell Rdl OPEN SAT I, SUN 1-5 250-7121 $55-0472 W BLOOMfIELD 4 bedroom colonial, 2-» baths finished basement, air. alarm, sprinklers sauna master bedroom. Farmington tchool district 1112,500 5S7-J025 6«1 1429 W BLOOMFIELD N of Maple. W ol Orchard Lake Rd Elegant English Tudor, 4 extra large bedrooms i n baths Dupies family room, fireplace, den formal dining room k living room kitchen-breakfast room, bulltms. 1M floor uulitv centrsl r like-new csrpets, (trapes 'Attached t a r a g e Lovely large landscaped lot Many other features Aaking IJ4I.OOO

EARL KEIM REALTY N o r t h , Inc.

559-1300

15 MILE RD W of Telegrap4i 7 room. 2 bedroom ranch, family room, natural fireplace ! car garage Central air electronic filter gas heat Refurnished kitchen k roof All m a j o r appliances I l i W down 15% interest 107 5 a month including taxes k insurance 174.>00 Broker 250-1706

Sylvia S t o t z k y

E A R L KEIM REALTY

OPEN SUNDAY 2 5 PM 222
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BUY THIS RANCH HOME Brick 4 slum 4 bedrooms- 2 first floor 1 down. 2 baths, office, gas heal, centra! air. fully I n w l a u d 2W c a r garage screened porch Full baaement with 2nd kitchen k bar 100% wet plaater circle drive City water al*o with well on outside faacet Bloomfield Schools All this k more oo 1H acres II22.M0 Call for appt 044-4001 or 042-5241

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N W BIRMINGHAM 0«i Gleoburv, t bedroom, 2 1 bath, Monterey Co.dual Fireplace, Florida room with charcoal grill, solid panelled den. full ba*eraecl with rec room By Owner Land coot r a c t possible Call l a m - 5 p m . 04V 9220 after 1PM. 044 » l i :

R E A L T O R S '

DISTINGUISHED rmry 00 i m p r — l v e Lake privileges 4 bedrooms .ncTud^w both first snd second floor master be
626-4800

IN T O W N FIX-UP

"REDUCED"

IMMACULATE! Two

West Bloom held

REALTORS

SOUTH R E D F O R D Immediate occupancy Open House Sunday 1-Opm Attractive 2 bedroom brick ranch, large living room, full b a s e m e n t garage beautifully landacaped. located S of W Chicago. W of Beech Daly Aasumable

JIM CRAVER BACHELOR'

471-2800

WESTLAND

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BIRMINGHAM IN-TOWN, ravtae setting. 2 bedroom*. 1 baths. d*n. fireplace. air, appliance*, carpeting, deck, garage, private, charm, land c o n t r a c t J h o S M Evsntaga M1-0T4

OLD R E D F O R D interior designer decorated this charming older home. Iivtng room with fire-

WESTLAND- Livonia schools 4 bed room b n c k ranch. 2H baths. 17'4'x 14'xl modern kitchen with Island sink k built-Las New roof 10 In insulation f t flniahed baaement with wet bar•' l Heated 21x12 garage Aaking ie 427-2429 K2.POO

BIRMINGHAM. Colonial* k B a n galowa. 141.000 and up Ranches f r o m M0 WO Large lavsntorv available Can a r r a n g e s p U> I W l o a n on yoar present home Dave Bsatty, Real fettle 0ns 540-MM or 040-1000

OPEN SUN 14405 ORANGELAWN Sharp 2 bediown brtck ranck home, carpeted, recreation room, 2 c a r ga• 147,700 rage Real Value V MARTTN KBTCHUM k MARTIN

MSHDA

WESTLAND A r a r e find, like Living In the country in this beautiful 2 bedroom family home with family room, fireplace, 2 car gar a g e on l a r g e private lot Ail terms available, | 2 i . « « 0

BIRMINGHAM, c h a n n i n a colonial oear Poppletoe P a r t 2 b e J u o u n . 2% batha. attacked garage, hardwood floors, aew c a r p e t remodeled kltchsa with eating area, finished basement 1122 900 041-1100

BIRMINGHAM Good h o a x for tor or single profesalenal 2 ranck. large living room/dining ™«II are* wtth fireplace, screened-in porck. kitchen, custom drapes k good a g I159.900 0404074 carpeting

FULL BASEMENT 2 BEDROOMS WALL-TO-WALL CARPETING

WAYNE

REAL ESTATE ONE 455-7000

BIRMINGHAM charming 2 bedroom brick Ranck. rtrtsiaca. w«4 plaster I car garage, fall baaement, nice loc Quality features thru-out By Ownsr Flaat fUductlon' M4,*0« 1801 Humphrey. 040-M10

NW DETROIT assumption. |SOO« down. I l l 1 mo I m m a c u l a t e 2 bedroom, appliances, patio, garage, new roof By owner Call a l t e r 0pm M4-74S0

SECLUDED a r e a 2 bedroom home, newly decorated kitchen, patio with large fenced yard, a BARGAIN at Only I3VVW

heated p o o l a n d patio. Original o w n e r s have restyled

471-2800

NW DETROIT Telegraph 2 bedroom aluminum bungalow alow with flnlahed basement k bar 1W car garage feared yard., f r t a h l y painted. 10000 down assumes mortgage Low pay m e n u Owner 52*-i«l

721-8400

7 . 3 5 %

721-8400

SUNRISE

Trl-level. large private court lot. famlfy r o o m w i t h

HOME MASTER SUNRISE

Thursday, October 20. 1983

302 Birmingham Bloom held

302 Birmingham Bkwmftakl

REDFORD I m n w t u t e occupancy' 12,700 to assume 1200 ro> p a y m e n t Land Contract, Double lot. 2 b e d r o o m a l i s garage, i t Beech a « * « " 0002

REQUALIFY al 2 1 V . * 2 bedroom bock ranch fea lures family room with natural fireplace. finished rec room, 2 c a r garage. 147 100

BLUE GRASS FARMS

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WESTLAND 11,000 moves you in .Assume present mortgage Meticulouslv cared foe 2 bedroom Ranch featuring expandtd k updated kitchen, all appliances & 2 car garage Call today Aak for Dick E a r l Keim 412-0012

HOME MASTER

NORTH CANTON

2 bed DOOR « l - haa i room b n c k ranck features spacious liv room Offering simple asumpooE

WESTLAND Super Starter or Retiree Hoow 2 badrooma aluminum siding, kitchen, all kitchen appliances inftahwasher utility room, large ard. wood deck patio, I S garage rfuny Woo l last al 22S XX or best offer By owner 712-4121

ENJOY owning ytwr own home 2 bedroom b n c k ranch, finished rec room with fireplace covered patio !<•» car garage 115 »00

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JEAN PR0CH

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DOOR floii car g a r a g e wttk door opener 120.900

B.F. C H A M B E R L A I N

| 7 0 0 0 DOWN on Land Contract buys thla sharp 2 bedroom brick rancb with family room, fantastic finished basement with bar 2W c a r garage Must see 141,900 Century 21 - Cook It Associates 326-2600

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316 Radford

Must t a c n / l c e this super sharp SM0 sq ft u-i-iavel f e a l a r t ^ large living room formal dining roan. 2 bedrooma 2 fall hatha, central air 20 f t family room with natural ftrantace. covered palio 2 S car g a r a g e Uulch occupancy and mack m o r e VA. FHA and Coav Buy down t e r m s A fantastic buy al 147 ,M« To see, call and sak for

B.F. C H A M B E R L A I N

tiqious Area of cuatsm h o m S enhanced by beautiful landacaped court yard View beautiful deck from dining room. 2 badrooma. 2 full batha. family room, lat floor laun-

R e a l t o r s

316 Waatland Qardan Crty

REPOSSESSED »M0 down. Garden CUj l « VK alumi num with baaement N of Ford Rd I I * latereat. 20 year fixed r a t a Call for i 2140 tury 21 ABC

476-9100

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DISTRESS SALE

Garden CVty. 21»71 Cheater, S of War ran. W al Mem iiiian 2 badroom bnck ranck. fall flniahed b a a e m e n t 2W car garage, corner lot Aaking M2.MC

UVONIA SCHOOLS INVEST IN THE B E S T Bnck ranch with aluminum t r i m E x t r a t m l a u o e In tktt t u p e r t l y decorated 2 b e ^ o o t u home, beautiful recreation room, with fireplace G r e a t storage throughout 1H batha 2 c a r garage Seller* t r a n a f e r r e d J i a t rndnend t o m*>o 121-4100 INTBX31RTTY

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M«M a a u o a K M payment Including tax**. 1 bedroom, new alnminam. 1H car garage New Thermo window* H i t 71x2»5 lot. excellent location Of fired by JOB 4 CoUaan Anderwn. Earl K d m Realty 522-2141

O P E N S U N D A Y 1-4

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Re/Max Boardwalk 522-9700

BRICK 4 A U n C N U M ranck with 3 bedrooma * large garage I Z l f a q f t la (>ri r s e r tnxiovt' very quiett a r e * - « 2 ?

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MERIDIAN Beit LuMfcKAped. with decks l*t floor mAJter mile G r e a t room wtth L6 cetiln* f i r r p l a e * Formal dining room with hay T r t r s e o d o u j a l a n d kjtrtxk-i with adjoining oooft This 4 bedroom home LS a loc the growing f a m i l y E i c i t mg Contemporary Living'

304 Farmington Farmington Hills

ABSOLLTELY B E A U T I F U L MOO tq f l , 4 bedroom. I * batha colonial, professalonally decorated, prime i47-«) Do *o*j have a growina family"* Sharon Meadows. N off 12 Mile. W of We have the answer Beautiful 4-1 bed- Evergreen Huge m a s t e r bedroom, liroom with 2 full bath* Located on pri- brary finished rec room, central air, 3M-4094 vate treed lot Energy efficient furnace t e c u n t y system 109.900 and hoc water tank Super aharp family room with fircplacw and hai \r®a of ALMOST A N ACRE c*d C k x m OWNER E r 3 bedroom bome on a wooded lot with ANXIOUS o b I t m . » o c lowering oak trees So*ck bar kitchen, lot* of cupboard* Attached garage In CENTURY 21 an attractive setting M9 .000 Call Vincent N Lee DONGETTS Eaeculive T r a o a f e r Sales 851-4100

Green Hill C o m m o n s 8Vi% Simple Assumption I T-cr Impreaalve E n g l n t Tudot Colonial. 4 bedrooem, 2 n batha, d m . dettrtble private court t e t u n g Large deck overlooking common* Large family room with 2 way fireplace and 2 way bar Central air sprinklers and superb decorating Subdivision common* tennis courts swimming pool, txke k logging trails 1121.000 F o r your own pertonal tour, call CENTURY 21 Vincent N Lee Executive T r a n s f e r Sale* 851-4100

Kimberly Sub A s s u m p t i o n i?-p«j J26.900 assumes l6v«% mort t a g e with 2ft year* remaining Beautif y « or S bedroom. 3 bath quad-level oo .arg* tit* with s t r e a m and ravine Poa Mble IN-LAW SUITE with aecood kitchen $504.M0 Much m o r e to aee so caU CENTURY 21 Vincent N Lee Executive T r a n s f e r Sales 851-4100 NEW TRI's with finished family r o o m a n d attached 2 car garage M S H D A 7 . 3 5 % still available.

Farmington

Builders of Michigan 363-8325

F a r m i n g t o n Hilla A.N AFFORD ABLE super sharp rancb. price slashed for quick sale clean home cathedral ceil lag family room, private yard, circle drive tbermo windows central air. professionally landscaped Land Cor tract T e r m s ' RAMBLEWOOD Gatehouse community quick occupan cy gorgeous 2100 to ft 2 bedrooms. 2 n bath Ranch, family room fireplace. Inground bested pool with Jacsxcti. central air. burglar alarm syrterr. on pn vale ravine lot' YOU LL KNOW you ve arrived when you own this spa cious 4 bedroom ranch in Farmington Hill*. 2 fireplaces m a s t e r mite family room with beamed ceiling W'on'i .as! long at this price'

21 H O M E CENTER 476-7000 A SUPER COLONIAL Stone front, stone fireplace, side entry' garage with storage area 4 bedrooms, l^v baths, lounge off master suite 2»00 tq ft Builders special I1J4.0IHI Immediate occupancy FARMINGTON SQUARE Sale* office 471-2240 Halstead No of » Mile

OPEN S U N D A Y 2-5 31810 PLAYVIEW CT . N of 12 Mile, W of F a r m i n g t o n Rd Great Kendall wood brick ranch. 3 bedrooms, m baths, fireplace, dining area, 2 car attached garage full basement, central air. new roof and furnace Asking 101.500 ASK FOR JOAN BESSINGER

MERRILL LYNCH REALTY 626-9100 O P E N S U N D A Y 2-5 22085 WALSINGHAM. N of I Mile, W of Drake Last chance" Priced to sell" Huge 4 bedroom brick r t n e h . 2 full and 2 half baths, 2 kitcbens, beautiful walkout lower level with wet bar Attached 3 car b e t t e d g a r a g e oo 3 acres of treed, ravine property A must see at only 1179.900 ASK FOR BARBARA BUTTON

MERRILL LYNCH REALTY 626-9100

flurry Extras galore 5 vear old. 4 bedroom. 2 h bate ouad Full wall bnck fireplace and birch bookshelves lit faroB a r g?ain air Hunters 1 fly room Walk-in cioael tn master bedroom, is a real t r e a t Workshop area in Lowes! pri?e m entire sub You beal the 2500 tq frontage in this com- finished garage and tn basement Great letely reconditioned 4 bedroom. 2W pnce 112,100 tth colonial oo a cul-de-sac setting ASK FOR KAREN FREEMAN Shows like a model 27 f t m a t t e r bedroom suite Better hurry' It won't laxt' MERRILL LYNCH Priced to tell with immediate occupaoREALTY T ASK FOR KAREN F R E E M A N

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BEAUTIFUL BRICK RANCH Located oo a 125x215 lot featuring 2 bedrooms, 1 b a t h s fireplace lo living

626-9100

CUSTOM RANCH ON ALMOST 1 ACRE Farmington H i l l s - T e m f i c 1 1 - * ^ fixed rate assumption on this exquisite home featuring 1800 sq ft . large living room 'with natural full wall brick fireplace, extra large f o r m a l dining room 3 large

Take a tour of these Luxurious Single Family homes at far below duplication coat Tbe*e Special Prices a r e available Only on these existing models THE PARK IS located oo Roll Ing Ridge, S off Lone Pine Rd between Middlebell k O r c h a r d Lake Rds IBloomfield Hills Schools) MODEL PHONE 120-2502 MAIN O F F I C E S20-2100 Open daily {except T b u r s i noon to 6pm Sales tiv The fterman Frankel Organisation

O P E N1 S U N D A Y 2 - 5

REDUCED New construction J bed room colonial including custom wood cabinets no-wax floor large pantrv neutral carpeting, f r e e standing wood burning stove and lake privileges 4101 Highland C t . S of Rictoardaon E of R a g g e r y |02 M)0 ASK FOR BOB J A F F R E

MERRILL L Y N C H REALTY 851-8100 OPEN SUNOAY 2-5 l-pai 8004 Pickwood N of Mapie » of Orchard Lake Fantastic bargain 32180 plus tq ft alroati new colonial i> ca ted on a private, premiurr coum wooded lot Dramatic 2-story foyer great room Located in prestigious Maplewood* North Are* of proper: v apprenatlor. Owner t r a n s f e r r e d Call

CENTURY 21 Vincent N f * e Executive Transfer Sales 851-4100

JEAN PR0CH P S Bring your checkbook' B.F. C H A M B E R L A I N 476-9100

721-8400

DRAMATIC Q U A D LEVEL SPACIOUS 1000 SQ FT BRICK SURROUNDS LARGE INDOOR POOL MANY QUALITY FEATURES Poolside suite plus 4 bedrooms 2 fireplaces balcony living room family room first floM- laundry acre hillside lot appraised value 1231 000 SACRIFICE 109. WW BY OWNER R E T I R E D * FLORIDA BOUND TRADE-IN CONSIDERED MUST SELL 470-0050 Farmington Farmington Hills

MULT! USE H O M E Investigate :br p-aaible '»9fportunjl> lo *\A>t i ur-all !>us.r*rM .r, your c-wr Some f j c e l l e n ! location 22CW n , ft « bedrooms 2 fu . '.-asemeni and rucetv ^ o r i ' ^ 3 H i >00 l ^ n d COOtract l e r r r j

Rabbling Ranch Home $ittinn aiwvi^R mature trees js a • erv jjr-.vate park like setting Courttrv a.t«rhen »»pArate lin.ng 3 b e d r ' » m s w .tr. r r j s t e r bath ft replace 2

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OREN SUN 2 5PM i i*siixn built * ^eo*n ranrti By Owner I I 4 3 900 Make offer - jutr-r ba'.h I* ft ' ^ n t r y kitcben Immediate occupancy Bk>omf>ei
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Vincent N Lee Execative T r a n s f e r Sales 851-4100 BY OWNER - 12 Mile .'Southfield area I bedrraant, Z-x b a t h coinaiiai I urge kitchen Formal dining r o o m Panelled family room with fireplace 2 c a r attached garage Treed c o r n e r lot Low eighties 557-1047 CHARMING C O U N T R Y H o m e In Southfield. almost 2 wooded acres on ravine, lots of wild life fireplace, deck. 2 bedrooms. 1 »> baths, a s s u m a b l e 12 % fixed r a t e mortgage. I71.900 114-0417

COMPANY REALTORS

OPEN S U N 1-4 Shallow Giea. r u m m r o r , M M No of i Mile, W of Halstead You will fall in love with every detail of this English Tudor f r o m the professionally landacaped setting, to the gracious floor plan and the neutral decor throughout bpecial f e a t u r e s include two freocfc doors 3 bay windows, walk in pantry massive stooe fireplace, private sitting room in m a s t e r suite Ask for Marv Swan 851-0000 THE

DURBIN COMPANY REALTORS ROLLING OAKS BY OWNER 4 bedroom, 2V> bath tudor style colonial with family room, living dining room, library 1st floor laundry, central air, large profcakooaUjr landscaped comer lot with a u t o m a t i c underground sprinkler Owner moving out of state Must sell* 1147 500 ; P r i v a t e owner's pricei 0*1-1511 ROLLING OAKS newer area, 170® sq ft colonial on cctnmcm 4 bedrooms. 2W baths, librarv c e n t r a l air. desirable extras I 1 5 I . 5 M Owner 641 1004

S p a c e For Living Sflade for loafing i > e r ar. acre plus a large b n c k ranch, full basement family room. 7 c a r g a r a g e and enclosed irc£ simple assumption ix 1 vear m) c o n t r a c t 193.900

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CENTURY 21 Gold House Realtors 478-4660 261-4700 15 Year L a n d Contract

Ivi i:>n t h a historic type o n c r u l cha lei deaagaed - a m a g e b«xise u P A M O l ' S SAHMrENTfJ VILLA MANSION LO w ixJnl t/uaker Htlia r o t a t e t i t e *tte w th n a n v ravine f t r e a m pool and valle-w i bed;rr>oma great room • i t 2~+*\ fireplace Stadio and much more or i^ver 1 w a^T^s i.Md country fTafta.-nanshjp Adjoining . S treed a r - « also avaiLabae 00C town on LS year -and c o n t r a c t For Tour "»wn pM-wioal trtur rail C E N T U R Y 21 V incen< N L>ee Executive Transfer S a k s 851-4100

326 Coodo* For Saia

OPEN SUNDAY 2-5PM

ROCHESTER By Owoer Beautiful Spaniih brick raach. 3 bedrooma, California floor plan, fireplace excellent Sub MUM tell H 4 . m 152 J513

SOUTH HILLS 2 bedroom contemporary ityle coodo Bnck enclosed patio, balcony off master bedroom. f)»eplac* finahed b«*emeot, garage aod carport. . . . . Priced under market value for quick tale. aal 174 fee

TROY BY OWNER 4 bedrooens 2H batha. first floor laundry 2 c a r garage with tectional door ceaKral air genuine wood cablneta. high ceiUnged basement. full bath and walk-in ckwet lo maater bedroom, 15x14 family room with Spanish fireplace, concrete patio, fenced yard II M l l e TDeoulftdre i Walk to t h o p p u g center e r Builders IM o d «L 4 years old 1.100 tq ft Musi sell foe divorce s e t t l e m e n t Only r 1.500 Call after SPM 97I-000S

CANTON Wind* Newe*t preauge coodo*

TROY 3 bedroom ranch Attached 2 car garage, full finished basement, wooded lot. assumable or blended mort gage By owner W . 9 0 0 524-9788

309 Royal Oak-Oak Park Huntington Woods

E a r t h too* coodo highlights 2 bed rooms. Living roam. 1 1 baths kitchen with terving bar MIJOO

HOME MASTER

SUNRISE

FARMINGTON Quaet adult complex, face* park W*ik to tosrn Cine bedroom, assume LC 11%, 130 900 Immediate occupancy Leave message 471-7027

DETROIT 0501 Scbaefer Gaslight Manor Clean, seell decoraled ant bedroom I n floor r a n c h Excellenl Buy. 111,000 0157 Scbaefer 2 bedroom townboone P n v a t e patio with gas barbecue 127.000

INVESTOR SPECIAL Chateau Vert Coodo Ypailanti Ami Arbor area I 0 t down. 9% financing. 7 unit* available Call John P» Carroll Co 434-752® LIVONIA P*rkway Cdodo 2 bedroom upper unit overlooking beautiful wooded park. Central air, pool, carport, ap rport, appliances 102.500 421-0712 UVONIA Valley Wood Coodo 1 bedroom. new carpet new appliance* iyour choicei. overlooking pool Plua ccai arport 146.900 211-7170

N O R T H V I L L E CONDO Townhouse SOUTHFEILD 25307 Shiawassee 10000 down for itm- Highland Lakes 'Clean 2 bedroom. 1 1 ple aatumption Darling one bedroom batha. fireplace finished baaement. ga rage. 100 s Fred 349-7543 I t t floor Window t r e a t m e n t s carpet Ing, all appliances, carport 132.500 NORTHVILLE 2 bedrooms. 2 1 baths custom drapes, fireplace appliances NORTHVILLE t m e o t . garage Call a f t e r 6 PM OPEN SUN 1 to 1 754 2422 421*2 Glad win W Country Place Condominiums N of 8 OAKWOOD Park Coodo* Rochester 2 Mile w of Meadowbrook Sharp 3 bed- bedrooms, 1 bath * 2 half baths Main room family room, fireplace, garage, Level deck, waik-oul basemeni overpool tennis gvra Immediate occupan- looks trees Ii Clinton River 373-2927 cy owner transferred Best offer will lake t9*.»M '

310 Union Laka Commarca

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OPEN SUN. 2-5 In addition to bomes O P E N SUNDAY, in Creative Livtng Section, the following coodc will be shown

In addition 10 bomes SUNDAY in Creative Living Section, the following coodo will be shown

24369 EVERGREEN

24369 EVERGREEN IS of 10 Mlle/X-wayi Choice Coodo • Airy Upper Unit 2 bedroom. P r i v a c y wtth nature view ASSUME 177 900

Birmingham

644-7000

OPEN SUN .2-Spin SOX75 Woodgate Southfield (S off 13 Mile <• E of Ever green i P r i v a t e k Q i a r m - d e a e n b e this Jovely 2 Story Colonial wtth BIRMINGHAM SCHOOLS 4 b e d r o o m s 2 ^ bath*, deck of f family room, finished rec room k more Move-In cooditioc' 1*3.100 IH-40003.

HANNETT, INC. REALTORS 646-6200

SOUTHFIELD. N O F U

Owner must sell B n c k coLooial, 3 master bedrooms. 1 ^ baths, c a r p e drapes. naturaJ fireplace, air. fuli ( ment. attached g a r a g e

GRANT 4 HARRY 548-3900 SOUTHFIELD O P E N HOUSE Sundav 1 to 4 PM FUMBLING ROAD I So of 13 Mile, W of Southfieid 4 bedroom quad-level with family room, dining room, a t t a c h e d 2 c a r ga"- | rtge Price reduced lo will: consider renting See You T h e r e

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O'RILLEY REALTY 689-8844

SOUTHFIELD OPEN SUN. 2-5 28538 E KALONG (S of L2 Mile, E of InkJten Circular drive leads to mag nsficent 3 bedroom 2 ^ bath brick ranch with 2 car a t t a c h e d g a r a g e 20 f t family room with fireplace, a b c fireplace ui 20 f t llvng room, large dining room, 2 lone beat, all tills oo scetuc half acre in beautiful San M a n n o Sub 1113.

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280C m f t 1 bedroom 2 * bath bnck quad with 2 car a t t a c h e d garage family room with full wall fireplace, beauu fu! library extra large dining room laundry room, c e n t r a l air Land Contract 175.000

REDDING 569-7020 SOUTHFIELD

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SPACIOUS mint r o o d i t x * B n c * R a n m 4 !»droo*na 2"^ baths 2 fireplaces den JamiJy room rec room with fireplace c a r garage MUST S E E

E A R L KEIM 538-8300 REDFORD INC. T-eea trees, t r e e s Beautiful r a v u * io< Narking ur ftixige River furroonda thu 3 bedroom bnck Ranch 2 fail batha. f a m i l y roort. finished r e c r e a t i o e room 4 office or 4th bedroom in basement 17 4 »00 RO

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EXECUTIVE DREAM

4 bedroom b o c k ranch with J first floor laundry, built-in we< bookcases, basement, attached garage Tbe uze & setting will lo executive requirements

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O'RILLEY REALTY 689-8844

We can deliver a beautiful PINECREST modeJ before that Lme Many extras include master bedroom suite with fireplace a.-vj balcony first floor laundry combination kitchen family room, 'large foyer with graceful curved staircase to aecood floor at tached 2 car garage

NEW HUDSON 3 bedroom brick 4 aluminum rancb on 1 Vk acre* Full basement 2 c a r garage Family room with fireplace Cliiiv Earl Keim Really

1199 ,00

477-8501

OPEN SUN 1-4 Berkley 371* Cumberland No of 12. w of Coolidge Colonial lovers, will be delighted with this charming, newly decorated St John's Woods beauty j . bedrooen*. family room New country kitchen QuaiitT throughout Jane Griffin. BF Chamberlain Co

645-6240

ROBERTSON BROS. BIR3HNGHAM OPEN SUN S-4PM fctKi W Brown ,S of Mapie 4 E of SoulhJieldi Luxury 2 bedroom 2 bath I'nit has cioaed circuit TV to lobby lovely Community room ampie park .ng 4 storage in basemeoi for bicycles I1W.500 .H-40247,

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TIM KAZY

422-6030 RE/MAX FOREMOST INC

646-6200

8 \ OWNER city inspection complet ed 111 500 financing flexible, large kitchen, 3 bedrooms basemen*. U ga rage Call eves 531 2527

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WINNING CONDOMINIUMS

TWO BEDROOM bungalow, fully c a r peted. excellent s t a r t e r bome on'Ryan m Detroit 15 iXW cash

520-2435

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321 Homat For Sala Livingston County HAMBURG TWP BETWEEN BRIGHTON k PINCKNEY EXCLUSIVE RANCH HOME All face bnck on 30 rolling a c r e s with pood 2 car garage large screened pa tic 3 bedrooms. 2H bains. 2 fireplaces central air. laundry room oo first floor |e basement, stove refrigerator huge wanner 4. drver included l i s hiwasber. * 1125 :100 Call Dee Monette Earl Keim Realty. Howell

354-4330 Monetary Realty Co Rachel Ryan Sales Assoc

322 Homa* For Sale Macomb County STERLING HEIGHTS by owner S l u r p 1 be 'iecora: ed Spacious family room wiUi fireplace. LH batAa 2 car atu--neo garage Priced UJ aell owner relocating Mar extraa Call a f t e r 5PM for appointment 8 " <>893

324 Othar Suburban Homa* For Sala KEATINGTON 2711 CALAIS 3 bed room. I S baths coloma'i ne^r rww .VI :">rH*i piant Familv roocr, and f.re place r r . c e d to aell a: »4* WO Lind contract terms available or rent with opuoo Lo bey tmme^txate occwpancv Sylvac JM 0100 or 224b

\ R E YO'. COLLECTING oo • tand cocLract and want tc cash OUL Perry Realty 474-T440

ASSUMPTION of low UMereal r a t e Why rent" I*ick l a k e view and prim leget Neat i 100 aq ft 3 bedroom ranch G a t tieat IJ« 100 C a m p e r s [ »

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RENOVATED large f a r m h o u t e in rolling bills of Southfieid Updated kitchen Ii bath Move- in condition Tre™. city water baaement. fireplace, b * m Moving touth. Reduced lo 171.000 Adjoining lot available, a p p r o x i m a t e 2 acre* total Land Contract. 31&-034*

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O P E N S U N . 1-4 Everything is new Ln this sharp ranch, with finished family room and fourth bedroom in lower level Central air Beautiful yard and g a r a g e Reduced to « 1 » 0 « 23*40 Tuck R o a d E of Orchard oo La.Mar So of 10 Roona Mc Coll - 337-4272 OSl-OOOO

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OVERLOOKING beautiful Fonda Lake Unfurntabed X bedroom, liviac l l n i n ( 4 family r o o m s Fireplace No peta. rat•ectulty depoelt. tXS-STIl

SOUTHFIELD - 1 badroom brick raadk. X * car ( a r a a a . first floor bnaMry. fmced yard. S i M per month p t e i Ity GA* b a n t S44-SSTS SOUTHFIELD bome. featare* f a m i l y room, fireplace, full baaemaot a t t a c k e d X car a a r a a * oa SS4?X1M SOUTH LYON, 4 fireplace, roc room. X c a r ( a r a a e . air. XXOM down oo rent with option TO bar Van R a k a n M*-4T»X S. LYON - X badroom raach, Mn. fireplace baaameot. X c a r ( a r a c e Lovely area MSC month. H c v r l t y depoatt AvailabM Immediately 4X7-CXX1

ROBERT BAKE Realtors 453-8200

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cunty 41S-97X1 R E D F Q R D TWP. immaculate J hnat room brtck buagakrw. X tiled batha. WEST BLOOMFIELD, two X bedroom countri' kitchen, cben, carpeting, no peta. onita availabM. aeparate entrance* r S Mjie | 3 » 5 »15-8155 Rent include* electricity, large yard XlnlocK R E D F O R D TWP 1S401 N o r t o n * 7 and garage Oven range CSoee to eleMile k Beech a r e a X bedroom, fenced mentary school Length of lease negotiabM 1450 a month in yard S125 a mooth. First 4 law ASK FOR DALE RICHMOND mooth and aecurtty depomt Before S.SOpm. U1-SSS4 A f t e r Spm 4X7-4SM

P h o n e 437-1773

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PLYMOLTH. 4 bedroom Imnfaiow, p a t painted, full baaement gaa beat. J car garage 1470 a month, aecuntv reference* 4M-7JM

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UVONIA apectooa town 4 country Uvln(, X bedroom 1 bath, family room, X PLYMOUTH TWP - X bedroom ranch car u r a ( c . Srd bedroom idaal a* Kudkc with immedlaM occupancy Seor pirlvau office SISO mo ML-OSSX curttT depoelt Reference* required 474-7170 UVONIA Newly decoratad J bedrocm Call Between S 4 S PM. brick ranch Full baaamant. (a* b o a t PLYMOUTH 4 bedroom 1K beth cok> rec room, fenced yard, X car t a r t i r d u u n ( room, den, family room, MIS month phi* *ecurtty MS-SX70 fireplace. 1st floor laundry J car (aL M M moath plaa aacarUy 4U-SI7S

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CARPETING P « V A T € EMIHANCE LAUNORY E A O L r r i e S PLAYSROUNO

SOUTHFIELD

J LP F R I E S carpeted.

SIM

400 Apartmanta For Rant

3-bedroom Townhouses

A I D E S

STOVE ftEFFUQEBATO* MEAT HOT WATER

642-8666

yard, aewly r e d e o o r a M day*. M4-41ST

DEARBORN Seotloa* I bedroom. 1 bath Brick Ranch, HIE a n a i t , 1M car ( a r a a a . appilanre* Tmmed oocapancy. M M 'ma.

is n e v e r -

magnificent tovvnhousecomplex

D immediate expressway access C gp or al fc tl iacaeg upeu st t ianngd gtroeuernnse y s K LI c l u b h o u s e s n d b a l l r o o m XU u o u t d o o r oool a n d indoor poo* 8 se • t e n n i s c o u r t s s u S a m t a buses to property 8 u social activities and ceiebratioos

P O I N T E

- Q R O E 8 B E C K

Leeae thle I belli uoui raach vlth u optioo to t«y 4 receive * partial rebaM at rant U yoe n * m voir optloe Walklaa dMtaao* to LAOPPLAC 4 be* Una Carpeted throafhotn with aartb ton* color* Kitehee appUancae Fancod la n r d 4 mora. Immediate occupancy Only M l per mooth EHO

ROCHESTER CONDO Felly carpeted. I tjodiuuuia I>4 batha, ctrcalar atain. deck, p i n n with door opener, all appliance* (ally decorated and f*ml*b*r1 Ckoe to ezprea*w*y* Call aftar ? j m

S Z

A\

M I L E

HIGH GATE oa the Lak* Beeatlfal colonial, X b e d i a o n a . XH bath*. FI room pla* library, rec. room, imi a t e occupancy Great area. 1700 per month or leaae option, SM.SM Centary XI - Secootla* U S SSM (TOUT, & of The Jeffrtm tamce Dr., X bodroocna, fenced, all carpeted. «ove. LNK5TER rem with poeMbM r e f r U e r a t o r . I I I « N » I L M M month *

FARMINOTON HILLS • X bedroom ranch, 1<« beth*. family room, fireplace, m c a r attached u r u t , larte lanced y*rd. I M S x aecurity MS-S7S7

t h e l e s s in t h e heart of urban

6 2 6 - 6 2 9 5

/- and 2-t>rdroom apartments

Open 365 days a year

1-2-3 B E D R O O M A P A R T M E N T S

BIRMINGHAM

tch. Day* R 4JT-4MS

CLAWSON - 1 atory M I or 1 bedroom a den. Appliancea Nov. 1 occupancy M M * aeearity depoeit. •TP-MIT

Securtty

REDFORD *rea, (mail faratahad anartmeoL. M M month. atUttle* lnded*d l r dtlam* welcome m-rni

647-1898

Evea 4 •

c o n v e n i e n t a n d c o m f o r t a b l e , this

r a * Mo heat and water w a s h e r a n d d r y e r in e a c h unit built i n v a c u u m a n d all a t t a c h m e n t s air c o n d i t i o n i n g range, refrigerator, disposal large walk-in closets s o a c i o u s . w e l l lit p a r k i n g beautiful view

4

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BHUCNORAM that aaraa* wUh door opeuera All apotl•a | T M lea** ML-Ull

P > lor ftreplace, a u u e d l a u occap cy MM mooth. 1 year Maee Aak tor Art Aaderaoo only RN-Max Boardwalk

option. XM0X Hu(0

activity, near everything. Lavish,

$

C A L L ' 2 8 7 - 8 3 0 5

PLYMOt.TH A l e w a a l o r t w e n lacat ed * a f T » M a s a n avMteMe larladMg 1 1 * • »eti aad fty c t e a a e r * C — i 1 a l .Iadl.itol P i i y H w CALL SAM DIBBLE

B L O O M F I E L D RILLS, option to FARMINGTON KILLS - S bedroom trt buy M M m. f t r • l a r i | I I I I EL I boeoe. level a a a c a t l v e bom*. Foreat Part (hat everythlaaSafeetrent u r t a S e S ML Larp* feaced l a t BMW M Oehwaehar 4 lot*at ireea. SFLM s o o t h ML-IMI BeeatlfuUy decorated S T » * pla* NOMTY Mpoalt D ^ L M H BLOOMFIELD HILLS L S RANCH, I badrooma. XM larpa b e a a t k a l Mt overloohJaf >w Lake. M M a FARMINGTON w n i a . Attractive I month. CAU DnvU Baatty, Real I bedroom. IM beta trt-Mrei on M ecre One. M T 4 M — — MVM family room wtth flreM BLOOMFTELD 1LOOMFTELD HILLS, Hilltop M-Mrel Steea. k X t e b a a t i i l a r^ aHl t H tdS X: acres acres am ~Foreet Lake Coentry CTAK LvallaMe Dec 1 lor I mo* only. .X ~badArallahM »room, den, fireplace*, U pool labM SIMS par m o b d o d a * WET mom re- CONSULT US ABOUT OUR RENTAL moval 4 all m a j o r *|n>l1anrea Need A N D / O R P R O P E R T Y M A N A G E MENT SERVICE OVER I I YEARS E X P E R I E N C E IN MANAGEMENT BLOOMFTELD HILLS Hoena ( a r a a a F I E L D C O M P E R M V E RATES. — — ^ ^ • 0 * IS acre l a t e Win oa>Qtiau rent • ui | RSssiil FARMINOTON - I SMrwaaee* - 1 badrooma. attitty roam, fenced yard, tool CANTON H O L S RANCH- I I X batha. family • p M a M M ^ a p o w t Xop& r s ^ s t u SMUIM, |*r*J nnrtty d e p o a i q FIVE MILE T a l a f r a p h ipaUlBdL c u CANTON idulta preferred Wf mo Ra& Lars* h w I badroom coioaial appli•ecurfiy Vacant ITS-MTS ance*, deck, fenced aipor a r e a Avallable Nov, 1 M M GARDEN CITY - Fsrd Rd-/lakaMr I bedroom brick. I m m a c a l a M cuetom CANTON PLYMOUTH drapea, carpeted central air, fall beaafan B m m l e t Larsa Mad. fenced yard. B T IM c a r ( a r a a a M M mo UL-SXM Nice a r e a MTI-par month pirn depoal^. • GARDEN c m - LEASE W 'OFTION fl bedroom Brick Ranch. X bath. X car CANTON • Super aharp execextee ^OAD ( a r a a a flniahed baaement. AREOLAE* T IM batha appliancea No aew kitchen N 1 0 n o . . IXL-MSX ArallahM Nov T. M M monthly plua *ec«rlty M14XTX GARDEN CITY Rent wtth option Sailor will credit CANTON - X bedroom raach with flre- "IM,'Month toward down payment piaoe. fall t m l n i n , fenced yard, 1 ' a y m e n t MSS Month X bedroom year lean* 1M month n c w i u . credit Ranch, updated kitchen, all appliancea WMYMMT rertflcatloo X c a r ( a r a f e Call TODAJR^ lmmaitlaM occupancy G F - A«aoL Joan Sturpll. Re Mai Ear! (Mia Boardwalk. 4S4-M1X CANTON - I bedroom M-level. GARDEN City Sharp I bedrbcm, fami-

f / i e > o /<

country-like area w h i c h

D o n ' t sign that lease unless you have An 18 Hole Golf Course PLUS rent from 3 5 0 plus everything below Z

F r i , 9-4

B1RMINOHAM - l a t o e n > batha. tall baaement all appliancea Newly decor*tad Available No* 1. " Jerry, S44-IITI

• LARGE SELECTION • SHORT OR LONG TERM LEAJE • OPTION TO PURCHASE

have m a d e their mark., Weatherstone is t u c k e d a w a y in a s e c l u d e d ,

NOW R E N T I N G FROM s 4 9 5

Ya* Ho

M l .

BIRMINGHAM - d o m la. 1 bedluum*. MTI m o pta* Btiliue* ^ ^

$59 Month • ALL NEW F U R N I T U R E

FARMINGTON HILLS - J BOTMINGKAM Ranch. I H both*, flrepiaoe. ettachad > h. flrlM ifl l a w . X ca yard, san S4M me SM-MTS Call I

O&E

404 Houaoa For Rent

P r i c e d as l o w as • 5 3 5

OFFICE O P E N DAILY, SAT. A N D SUN,

F R A 8 E R ,

Fireplace. Anpilaaeae Fenced y * r d 1 «occupancy MTI Oa* haat Dec. S 1-LM-MM month. C a l l a n a r «pm

FURNITURE FOR YOUR 3 ROOM APARTMENT FOR

404 Houaea For Rant

FARMINOTON HILLS

STOVE. REFRIGERATOR, C A R P E T I N G

Want la e w e and opar

EXECUTIVE L A U 7 R O N T ] bedroom carrlad* bow* a p a r t m a a t Ahoat M mlaota* trom Pootlac or Soethflald Baa* deck, (hi f r t l l , p r l r t t a tread (round*, prima MIAIL now Arallable abort term, U M par mooth UMUI

S o u t h f i e l d ' s Exclusive

c o o l i n g in e a c h a p a r t m e n t

E

m o n t h

E A S T

BEVERLY HILLS- B i r n l a t b a a i •cbool*. I b e d i o u m * family ro> p t a o a ArallahM Nov L M M U M 111 or I

400 A p a r t m a n t B For Rani

Opportunities

t o those who qualify for

WESTLAND • Wayne Rd Q a m Hill Modern 1 bedroom AM... carpet, drape* adolt complex. C T I •ppllancee Small SR S4S-1PM laclitdoo beet.

POOL & CLUBHOUSE

Grand Opening

VVatere2

• Individual heating and

900 Buatn>M

HOUSEWIVES

729-4020

M7-M1I

559-2680

2 Bedrooms with Walk-in Closets 2 Full Baths Laundry and storage in each apartment

• Quality appliances

• H E A T I N C L U D E D • 1570-2600 sq ft • A t t a c h e d g a r a g e s or c o v e r e d p a r k i n g • C e n t r a l a i r • A p p l i a n c e s , plus s e l f - c l e a n i n g o v e n • Y o u r o w n e l e g a n t r i v a t e c l u b and pool w i t h c a r d r o o m s , k i t c h e n wet a r . S w e d i s h sauna • P l u s m u c h m o r e ' Minutes f r o m T o w n Center Lodge E x p r e s s w a y i i S h o p p i n g

ELM ST., T A Y L O R

FLORIST S H O P FOR SALE Plymoatk Caakoa a r e a Call 4 U M 1 1 a r MI-4111

ELIZABETH L A X X P R O N T Coodo, (V'LF—Ireiilly daooratad. completely taralahed Short t o r n ieoe* avaliaMa.

MM N CHRISTINE Pord Rd., 1 bloc* E at W a y n

Special"

• A t t a c h e d e n c l o s e d garages

< Ea-w oi T«i«g,r»pi. SOMK^ o* Go<*dard)

A BARGAIN' for yoor e i l a l l a g Land m o t i o n s CaD first a r M a t hot c a l l P*rry Roalty 4TS-7M0

. Dan' LL-UM

WESTLAND

A PEW OT THOSE SPACIOUS 1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Taktaa application* for 1 badnx CALLTOR APPOINTMENT

t ^ S Z a L ^ f S ^ k chlldraa OK. M M a L-L Alaa,

BQUCNQHAM - Tray Claaa.

PLYMOUTH - OLD VILLAGE Farm*h*d efOcMocy, SM week. I » t i •ecortty depoelt, no pota. UW171

HAMPTON COURT

SSiHSFi

BIRMINGHAM .TROY AREA UJARY Apta c o a ^ M a l y farMahad detail. Maid M r r k c e avallabta

FARMINGTON, 4T4-HOC E A I T - U M E a a t M a p l a l l l Mil* Rd) iheatar RD 4 1-71 TROY. MS-ISM

WATERVIEW FARMS

S«t. 346-9500

BERKLEY - Coay Korea Adatta DO pat*. UTS ptaa aacwttytnum*»»0*aadH4-TMI

400 Apartments For Rent

QOODE

plea **cer1ty

yard.

W U I LAND GLENWOOD ORCHARD APTS. 1 4 1 bedroom anil* trom H H Air, pool, carport, carpeting, appliancea 'W-MM

373-1400

BEECH SCMOOLCRAFT a room*, dbtfaf room, (all _ M O A N kitchoc with ballUaa L a r a i fenced l e t M M ncartty. M M mooUL After 4PM ML-ULL

280-2S10

GLOBE RENTALS W E S T - N R Grand Rlvar at HalMdad.

400 Apartments For Rent

O f f e r s y o u t h p c o n v e n i e n c e of a p a r t m e n t living in a residential setting N a t u r a l beauty and quality accomm o d a t i o n s set The Laurels On Lone Pine a p a r t f r o m the a v e r a g e or ordinary.

-

T h e roost p r e s t l g i o o i a d d r e s s la S o u t h f i e l d O P P O S I T E P L U M HOLLOW G O L F CIA B NINE MILE ROAD B E T W E E N LAHSER 4 T E L E G R A P H

Pnvate Entrance

1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments Short Term Leasee Available

477-4464

COMPLETELY FURNISHED $496 AND UP Birmingham Area Maid Servtoe Available

WXITLAND - Available ImmadMi bedroom duplex. Kov* 4 Nice aetlhborbood I I M * CaU day*. U4-TM0, are H H M 0

Spaooaa. are'ly decorated Located coereoleaUy aaar Oaklaad b'ojveruty Pootlac SUverdotna, I-7S a Pootlac Motor

UTI, I bedroom'from H U m o e t i . EHO

ABSOLUTE LUXURY Monthly Leases

intended for the successful few w h o

the choice is yours

Managed by

2 - B E D R O O M

Walton Square

WARD L HARRJMAN REAL E8TATE 8ERVTCE8

a l u x u r y rental t o w n h o u s e communit> r

Spacious one floor

T O W N H O U S E S

Country Court Apartments 721-0500

Carpeted

981-3891

V * bare new 1 K I bedroom TANR7 anartanaou with o r e r uaod rooma. earth a n colon p a t k a k h a l c a l a * dalaae kltchaot k more. 1 bedroom haa maatar badroom v l t b v a l b - l s cioaot 4 doebKbetb

l u d l b from MM ttwothly ed 4 La * lovahr are* Ileal Inrlarted Couotry VUlaja ApartmeoB. tU-SU*

tnoothly Attractive I bedroom apartmeet. UIO Carpeted, decoratad 4 la a lovely area Haat included

C e b l e TV AvellaPla

TREE TOP MEADOWS

.AREA

Sound Conditioned Pool & Sauna

at Crooks oa Wattle* at X-TS

"> 7 2 9 - 2 2 4 2

WESTLAND AREA

SPACJOUS 1 BEQROOM $315 Kest Included Fully

i f e a

living or townhouses,

S O U T H

ON FORD RD J w t E o< I-1TI

O P E N : Mon. thru F r i . . 1 0 - 6 8«turd«y: 10-4 PHONE: 362-4088

7 Mile - Telegraph Area Call 5 3 8 - 2 1 5 8 -

Open W e e k d a y s 1-6 Sat

Rent

• Beautiful landscaping

643-9109

476-1554, 352-8450 CHILDREN WILOOMX VILLAGE SQUIRE

OPEN SAT I M

about

• Intercom Security Systems

FOR APPOINTMENT CALL

For Details

Commercial 4 R n l l i e l n TO BUY and or MANAGE

ABANDON YOUR HUNT Select R a o t a J a - A l l Area* WE Help l andlord* aad T a u n t * 4HMU0

C h e r r y Hill Nee/ Merriman

EBO

WTU D*e aod 1 BADRAN apartment* All apptlaaooa Carport* C r r . - ' i r U T balldlas. n r l i n m l a c pool

facilities, and pool.

7 2 9 - 3 3 2 8

Bayberry P l a c e Apts.

1 Block North ol of Coolldge. near

BLUE GARDEN APTS.

I H MILE k HAGOERTY NOVI

THREE OAKS

I n c l u d e s h e a t , w a t e r , air c o n d i t i o n e r , c a r p e t i n g , laundry and storage

• HEAT I N C L U D E D '

E l e g a n c e

HEAT INCLUDED

IBEPROOM WESTLAND

1 and 2 Bedrooms

1,2, 3 B E D R O O M T 0 W N H 0 U S E S

Lone

One aad 1 Bedroom Apartmenta from MOO Balconies. Carpeting. Carport*. Air Conditioning. Swimming PooL O a b -

EXTRAORDINARY SPACTOUS 1 4 1

Opaa Dally A Baa. U P M Cloaed Tbureday

ATTENTION

THE MANORS

WAYNE - 1 tor. >*oher U2C m o o t h i ; plea U M teevrtty IT

FTAHTWO AT I U 1 P E R MONTH

229-2727

om v t t b raMa-

WAYNE - larpe T larator, Move. M B LAS U U moot Days UT-44M-]

• M BATRS • OE APPLIANCES • PRIVATX PATIO • C A A P T T k DRAPES • CENTRAL ADI • C O \ 1 R E D CARPORT • PULL BASEMZNT

1 IS M

642-6686

35661 Smith

where

WAYNE FOREST 326-7800

TOWNHOUSES From $530

437-3303

I* Mil* C.

WAYNE AREA NEAT AS A PIN

ABANDON YOCR HUNT Select Rental* - AU Aree* We Help Landlord* 4 Teoaou MS-1IS*

S71

402 FurnWtad Apta. For Rent

e n ijiai L u l l local— •• • H I n e a i b a p la t i n * lac hide HEAT PAH), m l air. f a l l ; eoalpped a color coord! aatad UTCBAO. D U carpet! a carport i r e l i a b l e , are e a h b baok-ap available Prom I I M Phoo* Beth lodaf

TWELVE OAKS 2 & 3 BEDROOM

la SOOTL Lyoe oe P o e b a c Trail a e t e e e e LLHLL Mil* Cable TV available Root FROEO K T I MA-RSAT INCLUDED i p a d o e * 1 K I hedtnuui aula available wita eaatral air. earpetlh^. all a l e c t n c

I I Mile 1

c

M O N T H S

2 B E D R O O M

site

1 SLOCK 1 OT BIO REAVER BETWIXN CROOO k U V E R H O B SUNNYMEDE APT8 . Noon-FLPM 362-0290

1 MONTH FREE RENT 1 ftodrcuxu iota only Pontrall Apta.

3 7 3 - 2 1 9 6

Equal Housing Opportunity

G R O S V E N O R

A BARGAIN 1 Caah for year QDatlag land contracts Call first or last bat call Perry Realty 47S74W

C r Aaeor a n teeb Rra eot e no k

I N C O M E

R

5 2 2 - 3 3 6 4

Mall. Troy

272

Near Oakland Unlvervaty, N oo rel. past Walton B l v d . L oo ~ to Patrick Henry ft-,, R. to office Apt 111 Studio. 1 and X bedroom apartment* Sunken Uvtag room, doorwall. balcooiea. n i l cleaning oven*, aell defrosting refrigerator dlshwaaher* Starting U " 0 per mooth If yoe u g n up for * IX moothi' leeae, yoeH get the f l m month f r e e Call Tea*, Wed., F r i » MM » T b u n . » SO J M Sat H U M

KMswmiw

404 HotMea For Rant

GRAND RXVER. OE* for edelt doe* la V

Peaceful l i e u *. aA a* proeufkoei locaI badreara oalta v t t b LIE batha

^ A G ; A

L O W E R L O N G L A K E Seclaaiaa. - c w T t j ft lecntioa create oae of i t e maat l n l l i waitarfreot p r e p v t l e * • Bloomfield HUM SM f l of a a t a i f i a n t and mifini IOMJ raalata' - ' t k » wvefv tew. boaets X or 4 41 f t living I ; S 3 £ d * breotJ i n o w of l a t e , h o r nI every "room a * (CaO ew a nag t i n i N fer| 626-8700

rentals

O N E

ISSeSH

$

453-6050

"Ask

$ 1 0 0 o f f 1st M o n t h ' s R e n t Includes Heel - Carpeting Air Conditioning - P a t i o ft Pool Sound Conditioned Walls ft Floor .

356 invactmant Proparty For Sate

358 Mortgagor* Land Contracts

S O U T H F I E L D HIDDEN OAKS A P T S Now leasing 1 & 2 b e d r o o m s G E appliance*, ceramic bath*, central air (hag carpeting, c a r p o r t s tnter com*, patio.''balconies, more oo a beautiful wooded Ute. PRICES BEGIN AS LOW AS 1170

N o Pets

2 8 7 - 3 6 2 0

$340.

S P A C I O U S

Sr. Citizens Welcome

A P T S .

Jt o< Mania (11 UU*. ORAUMOOM m o w taw HKATBKXUDCD

Rural m U U n

7{/eCC&&£ey

W

from $315

400 A p a r t m e n t * For Rant

R E S O F P R I M E LAND with lake d frontage oo Oakwood Road bai Hadley ft Shashabew ia Brando* Twp II I t . N l C a n S t e r r y at Whitman ft Asaooataa l?»-X3M *7t-mi

1 9 * Senior* Discount X model* to cbooee from. Appliance*, dinette, carpeting

From $315 & Up

Century

9 8 1 - 0 0 3 3

4 7 * RETURN •qaity Doe lo seller filer top b r a c k e t bayer Greet •pot for year atadeot. toveatmeot • Asn Arbor i sought a f t e r oM a i a H l i k Net leeeed S e p t to S a p t 4 ,4-»4» m i

6 5 2 - 0 5 4 3

Beautiful 1 ft 1 Bedroom Apt*

FULL B A S E M E N T S

1 &

downtown Rochester

•OUTOTXLD

G R E A T DEAL • F R O M $ 3 4 0 1 k I BEDROOM LUXURY APTS I * DRYER

C E N T R A L AIR - C A R P E T E D

F

H A W T H O R N E C L U B IN W E S T L A N D On M e r r i m a n Rd by Aim Arbor Trail

Beautiful Park a r e a vtrtthln w a l k i n g d i s t a n c e t o

CITY OF P L Y M O U T H

2 2 4 5 9 Drive ('A M i l e N. of S o u t h l a n d M a i l )

F o c d B d . N e a r 1-275 A T

2

t r o m $305

400 Apartments For Rant 400 Apartmanta For Rent

TROY • SOMERSET

Maplawood Manor t m Crook* M .

CJPARTMTNTPL

G R A N D R I V E R ft LAHSER. I bedroom a p a r t m e n t C a r p e t air conditioned. includes gas ft water I M S month 11* 7111

0 Fully c a r p e t e d • L a u n d r y facilities • C e n t r a l air Kitchen appliances • C a b l e TV available.

C A N T O N NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR Sparioo* 1 and 1 bedmuui Apta Small, quiet, t a f e complex.

S T A R T I N G

1 & 2 Bedrooms Carpeting •Air C o n d i t i o n i n g •Range ' Refrigerator > Swimming Pool •Heat Included

2 B E D R O O M S

SOMERSET MALL AREA

O Swimming pool

Bedford Square Apts.

$169,900

House Apts

R O C H E S T E R S Q U A R E 668 MAIN S T R E E T No of University Dr 1 &

400 A p a r t m a n t a For Rant

G L E N C O V E Desirable 1 ft X bedioom a p a r t m e n t * t r o m I1T0 H E A T INCLUDED Carpet, air appliancea A dolt* No pet* QOxen rate* ft transportation available mile S of Schoolcraft on Telegraph

2-3 BEDROOMS With Private E n t r a n c e s

11 M i l e - W o o d w a r d

Sat. 348-9590

642-6686

$ 3 0 5 Call Noon to I PM 455-4721 278-8319 Men. T e e s Tbur* W e d ft F r i S e t ft Sac.

Plymouth

N o .

O P E N SAT 11-*

PLYMOUTH ION Byron S t , 1 b e * r o o m a p a r t m e n t , beautiful, quiet, adults, available No* 1 For more toformatioo call 151 -4140

From

5 4 1 - 3 3 3 2

We a r e located in the coxy village of Norikrllle aad have a *eenic natural • c u i n g c o m p l e t e wttk s t r e a m and p a r t Leaae required EHO 1155 per moolti

ffiS3r

In-mat Laundry ft m o r e CABLE TV AVAILABLE

O a k l a n d Valley

We have a new < bedroom a p a r t m e n t complete wtth balcoov ilk-In cloeet. earth tone c o l o n , deli kitchen and

GARDEN CITY, Maplewood Apart with h e a t water ft I appliancea Senior Clttoen rent la ISM Van Rekeo 4 H XMI

CENTURY SQUARE T0WNH0MES

A L L U T I L I T I E S RENT F R O M $267

BY OWNER

,

477-8464 27683 Independence F a r m i n g t o n Hills

GARDEN CITY, D u p l e t Beautiful brick single bedroom, like yonr own bome Appliances, car-pettng. laundry L P r i v a t e drive, yard, patio, newty painted I M S No petx. Security depoett Agent. 47I-7MO

F

Northwood Apartments

TREE TOP LOFTS

5 3 8 - 2 4 9 7

Refrigerator li f a i range Wall to wall carpeting LC Laandry room facility and • A G E N T ! ! • Large park lor children v a r y , fall A ateal B a r e located an a m a a a l opoor • Cable TV extra m a a t X e a r g a r a f * oa Matty at a Bargain price f j n r n t n P a r t • Woodtevec Schools f t of aaady ( n a U f t Fireplace. appti- I unit bnck, s e p a r a t e otillUa Only Senior ettisena k coeples welcome 111,000 per unit W O W M year t e r m . L u 5 : * ( 5 A t S t o n - a e w 1 4 I bed- 1 1 * I U . 0 M down 'You wlU make Hoar* Moo k T b u n 11-7 P M , Taea room rrmtm fireplace appliance* car your money at the closing.' Wed. F r i 1X-S P M , S a l 11-4 P M ?eunj^ a a e r p r ^ e m c M n C boat docks. I1X.N0 DOWN G L E N V I L L A M i Batch R e a l E s t a t e SlS-SSJ-tXSl Royal Oak
L a x v y a p a r t m e n t * Dishwasher, aeearity. intercom, sonndproof. pool, clubboose Sorry, no pet* Adult community 1 ft 1 B e d r o o m s Available HEAT INCLUDED M e r r l m a n R d fOrckard Lake Rtfl Just one block S of I Mile Rd M E R R I M A N PARK APTS T h e Most Bnastifal Garden A p a r t m e n t s lo Michigan

From $245 to $295 1H months security deposit

ABUNDANT APARTMENT OPPORTUNITIES Bay the newest edltkm APARTMENT INDEX 140 A p a r t m o n o - tri-coanty a r e a Save Time and G a . MX-«I1

CXNTON D U P L E X E S New c o k a u l a . T n Leeeia X b e ^ o o m IV. batk. XM0 so. f e e t »1.0N per moot* f o o t 1 0 " * * ftoandag. II* down MO NO Liptn Bolldera Inc W4«U

FARMINGTON • • LIVONIA

2 B e d r o o m for $ 4 1 9 3 B e d r o o m tor $ 4 9 9 PETS PERMITTED Smoks Detectors Installed Singles Welcome Immediate Occapaney We Love C M d r a n HEAT k WATER INCLUDED Qeiet preetlge addreaa. a w l m m t a f pooL air coodltlonlag. c a r p e t u * atove A ref n g e r a t n r all stilltkaa except electricity u>dndad. Warm apta. Laundry facillLoterccen s y s t e m Good aoenrtty

BROOKVIEW VILLAGE APTS P a l m a r R d - W of H a i n a n Plymouth School District 1 ft 1 Badioom a p a r t m e n t s ft 1 Bedroom. 1>* both tn s uhi a m Each unit completely air conditioned, carpeted, all applianc«a WESTINGHOUSE WASHER. DRYER to eaek todivhlnal • a i t Large walk-In d o e s t s Lower e n l t j and townkoqee with p r i v a u patMa ft d o o r w a l l s Ample p a r t i n g VtUage p a r t with play a r e a No P e t s

Abandon Yonr Ban! T E N A N T S * LANDLORDS " Rant By Referral"

LAHSER. S of 7 Mile P r e m i e r apartmenta Nice ooe bedroom. t » 0 per mooth includes b e a t , water, air conditioning. new c a r p e t i n g 1X7-9014

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525-7900

LAHSER N e a r 7 Mile a r e a Modem ooe bedroom, appliancea. carpeting, air coodttiooed, p a r t i n g No pet* MI-1X7I leave meaaage I1H1M

F A R M I N G T O N HILLS Wstout Crnak A n t s Cable available Ranlati f r o m UM Spadoua a p t s balconies •vail able Moo - Fri. 471-4M5

1 B e d r o o m tor $ 3 6 9

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PLYMOUTH, 1 bedroom. Plymouth R d ft Hoibrook Stove, refrigerator carpet tog. drapea. air conditioner, a d a l t * Available immediately C M month, pin* utilltM* Call a f t e r I P M 4S1-I1M

Modem 1 & 2 Bedroom Air Coodlttooed

Sat. 348-9590

NORTHVILLE, complex, nice a r e a n e a r town Sparion* room*, lots of atorage 1111 include* heal No Pet*! Call G e r r y . M»SMI

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PLYMOUTH. One bedroom a p a r t m e n t OM Village Village Wulk W*1 oat patio, private room, ill *ppi> y a r d Skylight i s living I and carpeted. a firwly decorated doc U N I per par month No utlliti*. b e / o r e ^ 4M-M17 evee

IN PLYMOUTH PLYMOl

Nataral beauty n o e s newer a p a r t m e n t s Take the footbridge serosa the rolling brook to the open park aree or Jaat enjoy the tranquility of the a d j a c e n t wood* X bedroom, I M S EHO

642-8686

Available ImmedLate-

F r o m $320 Sr. Citizens W e l c o m e No P e t s

Plymouth Hills

HEAT INCLUDED

Kingsbrtdge Apartments

589-3355

Beautiful 1 ft 1 Bedroom Apts

NORTHVILLE

pool. S« Mile. W of T e l e g r a p h

1-75 & 14 M I L E X BEDROOM APT A V A I L A B L E . INCLUDES T H E S E F E A T U R E S Heel DUbwaahar Stove Refrigerator Carpeting F i r e Alarm SECURITY OF HIGH RISE CABLE TV

Central Downtown Aree

455-3880

425-6070

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2 B E D R O O M - $375 FaDy c a r p e t e d - Air Conditioned Pool ft O e b t e n a e Beautiful Park setting Stop by or c a l l

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B O T S F O R D P L A C E Q R A N O RIVER - 8 MILE Beklnd Botsford Boapttal RENT & SAVE SPECIAL

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1 AND 2 BEDROOMS Delude* HaeL Water Air CeadtO Carpeting, Laeadry. P o o l ihUSHAWASlEE Betw L a t e o r ft Telegraph 1 blk. N cd 7 Mile - 538-0281 PLYMOUTH, a n aew, « M » Ann Arbor T r a i l between H • g a i l y ft 1-171 Above a party alcre X tediooma, balk, b r i n g room. W h e n , f a m i l y room, sew a p p b ancea No poU $M0 s e c u r i t y » 9 0

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2 5 5 - 0 0 3 7

TROY f o r Sale X1TI a a J t . f r e e Handing office building Ideal CPA. lawyer laaaraoce office GoodBgaage WHVPAY R E N T '

O n T h e Hill O n A n n A r b o r Trail J a a t W of l a k s t s r Rd

A * y e r book-up Apptkaacaa. Air condltioaad Oubioaae A teaatlfally

I N C L U D E S H E A T C a r p e t i n g . Air C o n d i t i o n i n g Swimming Pool

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A P A R T M E N T S 1 BEDROOM $296 2 B6DROOM $340

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400 Apartmanta For Rant 400 Apartmanta For Rant

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Diplomat & Embassy

Birmingham Area

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428 QaragosA Mini Storsgs

498 Offics

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GARAGE Specv for X c a n . Mats

• Office sharing Races. • - !««ur X X-wevs. u u v t m ^ a - - ZiS; GRAND RIVER-DRAKE pays all butphooe Gerry S4»-Sl«x F r o m 5 0 0 - 1 8 . 0 0 0 aq ft. LONG LAKE 4 Woodward area N e w c o n s t r u c t i o n . I m m e d i - approx XM to SW sq ft ate occupancy.

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HALF OF LTWBTON Aiwa LAEEFDONT FEMALE 10 Mare X storage (or W tartar M« moukk. • the • WONDERFUL boms wtth same la Canton Novi araa coodo la W Bloomflald Supsrt ccmPiupamaa. lac SSVS7M ^plete ^ • t ufurnishings r u l M l M S 1I or 1 bsianmns. famdrapea. eUrafe or 1 osQmueia. ram Ptym 4M-M10 I m (74-M70 UT-KK MOCHA YWE CHALET U; room. dan. lat floor I s — l i ) , garage FEMALE, TO SHARE X PLYMOUTH EXECUTIVE SUITES FT MYERS BEACH EBaro Island X For tbe executive or |«ideaeliinsl aaadtttsbad apartment wtth aoo-emokmg 432 C o m m o r d a l / RotaH New Private offices with phona u bedroom condo. M noar alaapa I. ckllIOL a horn* for 4-« moatka startiag Dac SOUTHTIELD female Saaithflald swertng. secretarial service 4 conferXkX-OMS BLOOMFIELD HILLS WESTLAND Rant wick opUoe to b u j 2 I W t per mootk. no pats. Xtl-MXl Coodo. * badroom coodo lor ram. IM MM Haadnw M*t lac Mlddlebelt SM aq ft. MM Mo Lower on golf and. Secluded Chalet ateans a s to 11 • 10M par mootk Call aftar 4PM H1-M7I K7-14M Brace Lloyd PLYMOUTH NEW level Mssdnw Mgt lac. WESTLAND Va Grand Tra Avallahla Stay X tttghta Xrd atght free B u s o a 477-4XM 1 or X offices Feetared oo "KELLY 4 CO " TV7 u- I > r w completsly DOWNTOWN BIRMINGHAM Brace Lloyd (6VM7I SOUTHFTELD abie rates Call lll-MVITM April 1 Additional s p a n and services available Prime commercial location la G n a t BIRMINGHAM PROVIDENCE TOWERS ispiodetad with new carpeting. No m-mi Chooae The Most Compatible Persoo American Mall al XM N Woodward FARMINGTON HILLS, desirable Iocs 4SS-4M0 SCOTTSDALt ARIZONA c.lasner hone available as? i n arte*. Colonial Coon Terrace Larfe 1 aad 1 IMk floor dream coodo 1 badroom, 1 1 badroom condo. for rent All Afas. Taataa Backxrouada. Life- Approximately 10M aq f l reasnnalila tion North a astern Hwy st IX Mile 4 KILLSBORO-X IXM par mootk p i n aecunty Call aew bedroom tu a uk uaana Walking lift i n n batka, utility room, over M M aq ft m a t Ample parking 4 other monthly All amaadftaa u>- styles 1 Occupeaoos. Call today rartibia. aaar Boca. rant. Immediate occupancy M7-71T1 (or dwwtng 4 aak about available to downtown From (S7S Including carM A S E V E R Y T H I N G Call M n SedU (SI-MM IM-AT7] parting. Season (My Available Xll-MM ports md carpeUag 444-IIM Immediate m i a p o u c y (TM par mootk eroand Office s p a n Ptaah 4 professional MOUVONIA Zoned C X Jan. Lat 3M-W7X FARMINGTON HILLS andap NO sq k . MM to M4 a - month Fall acST THOMAS - X I ISM sq ft . HOC per BIRMINGHAM Opao San 1-1 Lack WESTLAND I n' 1,701 So.Ft. can be divided l.(l*,M7 cupaacy Near expressway 4SS-4774 •le Bottomree, teoty Gaa heat, larfe aobaack design cluster bome Set la ragarage IMS mootk XOXX MMS Southfield R d . Soothfteld Condominium HUTCHINSON ISLAND rda Call before 4pm 4X4-M3 SM1XM Orchard Lake Corridor Attractive Cloae lo aboppiag. schools. etc Opaa viim 1 Mock tram Jscobeon'a, priced at Schoolcraft Rd "MOUTH - office apace lor real i building, hardwood Realty - N of P a l m B e a c h after 7pm ML-MM HONEYTREE LIVING m s . O M 7M Wtlllts (44-7(77 HouaeSun. O c t x l 12 SPM MM S. Mala X rooms. Ample parking Ud-MM working peraoo to aki NO ROYAL OAK 14 Mile 4 DeMr Ball 559-3000 O o e a n f r o n t - 4 t h floor IXM per month 4SS-XX22 ST PETERSBURG-Tronsan lalaad X HOC a mooth incladaa atllltiea ntaas lemere. almost 7M Sq. F l . aood (or WESTLAND 1 besfroom brick, flushed BLOOMFIELD m i l A Canto, available SANO DOLLAR VILLAS month or mora rental. Spectacular pbone IXM aecurtty Aftar 4, 4M-74M commercial, office or retail, pleat* of basement bar. country kllckaa wttk (aa Nov 1Mb - 1 badrooma. lake ui 11 liufaa. SOUTHFIELD - 11 F A R M I N G T O N HILLS view oa tbe water. X bedroom famlakiil P L Y M O U T H TWP. parting. ISM SSX-M4X or XM-MM §Urr* 4 doorwalL carpeted. S car ga IMt mootk ptaa aeearity H T M aaaocl araa Soactcw 1 coodo Taunts, whirlpool, swUmnUM LARGE FURNISHED room wtth pribedroom. X bath. r a f t fancod No pets MIS 1*00 aecur atkn fee. boat Included Aftar I PM 1H batka. carpeted, carpi central air. fall pool Call Days ML-MM Evea M1-C7S7 vate eotrance, kitchen prlvllefea la OPTOMETRIST looking (or health c a n XM-XXU tuahed 11000 month Laaa for ORCHARD LAKE-12 MILE i«y Immediate occupancy S2X-70X8 lovely home la Sylvia Lake. Orchard provider to share office Ia ilowutowu From MM mootk Call, ST THOMAS - US VIRGIN ISLANDS Lake 4 Telegraph area. 1225 ladades Birmingham For further Information U p t o 1 0 , 0 0 0 a q . n . o f a p a c e WESTLAND i badroom booae, IV» BLOOMFIELD HILLS 540-2163 utilities M1-7M* call batha aewly decoratad M x l M lot, !a« p e e n I In n e w o f f i c e b u i l d i n g . S p a c e New construction, choice location - Aaa noaa. fteolace car (arage Noar Wayne Rd 4 C h i l i room, 1 balk, fireplace, I1.1M 1 W per 1H I d e e i g n . s i g n a g e & f i n i s h i n g Arbor Rd All or part Occupancy fall MALE has X bedroom Tri-Level la HUTCHINSON ISLAND n a n . doerw Iktooa decor Kill. M H par mootk S87-OM1 mootk. >51 4»iS k baaamant Newly Uvonia to share wtth X females Pre- mln^tam. IM in ( l formerly lalaad Donas Coodo 4 Coontryclub COttS INCLUDED. F R E E Contact CarpetiAf 4 window treabnaati. Pool k ft CAROLINA fer over M Must be dependable ISM JIM COURTNEY N of Palm B e a a bv Thomas Cook T r t e e l frontage on WESTLAND - J bedroom briek B a n CANTON CONDO 1 bedrooma. 1 batka, tennis conrta Available Nov 1». MM baaement storage. * v> utilltiea Aftar Spm or weak- woodward Ave. Available Nov 1 Luxury ocoanfront coodo m o t Carpeted Fenced A boot Nov IX. basement. air. carport, patio, pool, ten- Mo. plaa utUlttaa. IM-1171 or M*4W7 available by wea aada call M l - M M with IM decree view of ocean 4 river Rsferenna No peta HOC mootk MM ols. fanuabed-unluratabed. wssherM7-7171 dryar MM BUI. U I M H . S17-4SS-X7SX 2 bedrooma. 2 batha, X poola. ratea start Jsa.ll. deposit 52$ 4241 TROYfan MALE r . has Sauna RacqoetbalL Teamia 1W back. Urtaa room with fireplace G o l d House Realtors shire la Garden Oty I2XS month Is- 434 Industriol/Wsrohouss WESTLAND, » bedroom. (»r«*«. Privale golt c o m e . ARIZONA taatefslly farnTatiart wttk " CANTON Ford M/I-JTS. J bedrc. 423-MI1 Wayne k Ford Rd area Beautifully funusbed Groan Valley bomae 4 villa raaitala clading eulities Mike, maota Beat. FINISHED OFFICES - Ideal Executive BLOOMFIELD HILLS coodo. stove, refnferator waab Vsn Rake® (XM0 month Laaa for longer lease available by week or eeaaoo space la Maaolactsran Southfield MATURE WOMEN. X4 X7M aq f l Warehouae dryer, fireplace, baaatorot, (arafe. : MUtll Call lor Free Brochure WO 1201 Tower for Sab-lean 1.1M sq.ft. Terms lovely 2 bedioom upper flat m dowaX7MSq. f t office WESTLAND X bediuum brtck ranck. bath. deck. MT5. MI OTT; TW-H Sau coast Id vestment Propertiea lac efOUable Contact Karen. XM-M0X Roc heeler wtth aame |1M mo. a negotiable For sale or leaae carpet. appliances. larfe lenced yard, HUTCHINSON ISLAND oceanfront lux Plym. 4SS-M10 l-M»-«74-M7» toW* half electric plus deposit Call Kim. T R O Y O P E N S U N . 1 4 •as U t t mootk pita aecurtty XM-7II* ury coodo X bedrooma X batha fur GRAND RIVER/I MILE days, 4S4-1M0 evea 1 1 ^ 1 7 1(M Bi eot wood. Lot* Lake k Cooitdfe rushed Pool, asuna. tennis , tiS-MM VAIL Pnvate office with utilities, parking, •Office s p a n 10M u> XXOO sq ft all or PLYMOUTH. X.OM aq ft laaul Outataadtac Kiacaloo model I bed- SM-X471 1-MS-MM Laxary coodo aaar Lyooa Baad st bar- NON SMOKING FEMALE »4. ra cleaning Secretarial services, phcoe part New construction Ann Arbor Rd WESTLAND 3 bedroom booae, new building 220-buaa dacta room Towiooae, wttk dtalni room. 1H eala price Sleepe up to 14. answering available Judy SJ4 1J04 W of 1-X7S Plymouth Mug Co 45S 2M1 carpeting k drapea, available No* 1 to share apartment wtth i X offices attractive 4 clean. batka, library, aataral fireplace, baaeHUTCHINSON ISLAND CaU Phil MX-SMX Oakland County 477-«I4J Larfe yard U M plua secunty Refer 14 Mile t Crooka 4S0-S210 badroom ment k attacked ( a r a f e . at Nortkfteid Indian River Plantation X bedroom. 2 PLYMOUTH races f w p e u 7X1-7XM townbooae. U r i M room, dlninc el, de- Hllla. a s arraltanl place to Itve, tXl,4M bath luxury coodo. pool, ocean. MM XOM sqft. prune office apace HOLLIDAY P A R K NOV] - I t Mile K a f f e n y . aaaumea at 10*. «t Don't mtai If kltcken. l H b a t k a Full Ideal for legal, insurance, (eneral offweakly, 2 week minimum 1-*M~M1S 418 Malta For Rant responsible, clean person to share my building with >» acre of land " K M W BLOOMFIELD Walnut Lake privi- luxerate O F F I C E PLAZA ice 458-2210 fenced paOo yard, central air. bouse Reasonable rent. Call evea leges. 1190 ao f l ranck S bedrooma, thistrtal direct US XX acceaa MM Schultes HUTCHINSON BLAND Oceanfront 1 included M»S EfiO OR. T H O M A S A. 471-4XM, . 474-«S20 month Call Marianc ot. d a n . (aa beat Birmingham 427-4M! Perfect Professional Location Suites PRIME Farmington Hllla deluxe office l a t floor corner. X bedroom. X bath cooReai Estate jer mootk. Security DOOLEY year old IXM aq ft. urUl divide X1M0 do Beautifully furnished. I100CI F * from M« sq.fl up to IXM aq ft WUl dePROFESSIONAL MALE 642-8666 573-3900 mooth. SM-UOO or eves s p a n to yonr needs L e a n lacludea IX Mile Rd., )u*t W ol Orchard Lake -1*13 K OF C HALL Share lUa luxury X bedroom home erlth 438 Offics / Businsst sign lonal. uUUUn MXX N Wayne Rd. Private (round floor eotrance. ei male or female Family room with fireW BLOOMFIELD - S bedroom n a i l RENTALS for all occaanoaa Cap to HUTCHINSON ISLAND- Indian River cellant locatloo-Days, 55J-45M d Weetlsad Call Elaine DaUey place, X car garage. |XM par month Spac* bouae. overlooking Lake with privileges FARMINGTON HILLS 2 bedroom 1 414 Florida Rontato Plantation. Stuart 2 bedroom coodo, $00 Office Hrs Moo-Fri »-X. Sal S McKINLEY PROPERTIES plus atllltiea Call Rick 474^071 2 car (ar»(«, central air. m mo aecur- bath deluxe roodo, M"S per mootk. Incompletely funuabed. ocean 4 golf, ten- Nooc PRIME TROY LOCATION 1,0X0 aq ft FARMNGTON HILLS tty depoalt ptaa let mo rest k 1 yr clude. beat. Dayi 47MIIM ABANDON YOUR HUNT nis Available Dec IS thru Jan 4 April. siuta. separate e n t r a n n , two window 2 8 9 4 5 J O Y R D PROFESSIONAL 2 offices 4 warehouse in Industrial leaae Reference! MM mo. No peta. Evea 4&M5M Florida Rentals - All Araaa X week minimum M4-9X14 offices, ooe interior office, on Big Bea tractive 4 bedroom quad. 10 mile- P a r k (00 aq ft Available Immediately Aak (or H (peocer (SI-SIMor M1-IM7 W E S T L A N D , MJCH Tenants 4 Landlords ver between Crooks 4 Coolidge WUi Mlddlebelt area 1 ^ baths, fireplace 471-SIVS Share Liatlnga MX-11X0 HUTCHINSON ISLAND, oceanfrooi 4 2 1 - 9 5 0 0 l e a n as a aulte or by the office Ideal FARMINGTON HILLS - 1 bedroom fur Evee 5 2 5 - 0 5 8 5 I N D I V I D U A L nicely decorated. Aftar 4pm. 47(-7X21 corner penthouse, beautiful view of lor lawyer or accountant Law library tuaked Coodo. waaber - dryer. walk-In A PLACE to breathe In Sarasota ABSOLUTELY UNIQUE WAY EXECUTIVE OFFICES 4 tax library available CaU Sldoey cloaet central vacuum ryatem. haat k bedroom X bath coodo, »olf, pool, 1# Atlantic 4 waterways. 2 bedrooma 2 FARMINGTON 406 Furnished Hou«m RESPONSIBLE FEMALE to share spa To your own Birmingham office adFrank MS-UK water Included IMS.. mo. 4S»-tXM minutes from airport and ocean. MM belhs. ccenpletely furnished Pool, aaoclous X bedroom apartment Union dress. business pbooe 4 secretary for K Of C H A L L WEST B L O O M F I E L D aa. tennis. Available Nov . Dec.. Jan. For Ront Lake, lots of privacy (XXX. utilities la- HOC mooth Plash offlens Conference HMO Middlebell FARMINGTON H I U S d J M aq f t coo- month, minimum 2 months After t PM II ISO per mooth plua MD0 aeearity dePRIME W BLOOMFIELD LOCATION eluded aecurtty deposit M4-44M room available, Personalised telephone For Leasing MX-M4 Air Condltioaed Paved Parking BIRMINGHAM folly furnished J bed- do. ooe bedroom, balcooy pool, teonla. posit Maximum 1 persons No peta XOM aqft. 7M1 Orchard complex Personalised, profession- Office mace. WEDDINGS-BANQUETS K2-X7SI room I bath executive bome. dtalo( la anJt Ui»dnr. coovenWnt location. BEACHFRONT CONDO. X bedrooma, Evenings Rd Between IS Mile 4 RESPONSIBLE Mature working wom- answering, profenonal typing 4 other New al secretarial aarvicn and phone aa- Lake SHOWERS-PARTIES MM month MI-X00S I * bath. pool, teooia boat dock. Sara room, central air. r«: rotxn, I car I I Northwestern Hary IXMXM an lo share X bedi oom brick home la eecretarlal aei v»cea on premises rwerlng Spacloua parking Package Dual Our Specialty JUPITER Large completely furnished raft, aeearity k r e f e r y e s W-lfli Westland |7S wk. ladadea utilities aota. X weak minimum. (X00. week i 4 8 0 N. W o o d w a r d Hall Capacity. XM REDFORD OFFICE SUITE contemporary 2 bedroom, X bath. I atoReferences CaU aftar Spm. IXMK07 O R C H A R D LAKE FARMINGTON HILLS 12th Estate Dac IS. MM week Dec. to May Moo-Fri l n . l t a evea. U U S REDFORD, beautiful. 4 rooms 4 share reception Reasonable coodo Very larfe screened in patio 9 2 0 E. L i n c o l n XM-4013 ry upper level. 2 bedioocua, I batka. laun- Bart 1M-XX4I or Call 474-11M Fri Pool 4 ocean (7 miles of beaci). AvailRESPONSIBLE PROFESSIONAL EXECUTIVE OFFICES Call 8am-S:S#pm. Mon. Tues Wed dry. balcony, carport. MM Mo root S27-S4M able Jan May 11490 mooth Call son. XX-XX. to share beautiful 7M1 Orchard Lake Road with option to boy M4-41M or MI-«1M BEAUTIFUL COMPLETELY (ur- Barry day*. S40-MM. eves MA-1448 HOLIDAY FAMILY GatberU«T Wed ham home, m a t have excellent refer atabed condo oo Gulf oo Clearwater ding" Shower? Reaerve Time Now at AFFORDABLE office apace Grand Suite XMA ROCHESTER AUBURN HGTS 1X0 encea IXXS plus H utilities S22-01H FARMINGTON HILLS IX Mile - Or- Beach. Sleeps 4 Available Dula Hall Popular Do It Yourself river and T or XM aq f l attractively furnlsbed MANASOTA KEY - ENGLEWOOO 855-0811 monthly building, all i 407 Mobil* Homo* office with large window snd use ol (Venice) New luxury coodo X bed- Hall Capacity IM ReasonableSM£3M Interna tlonal 1 bedroom, carpeted air, carport, reception ares MX-S414 eluded Ample parting, excellent locaROOMATE FOR fai aiahi ri apartmaat TOWNHOUSE at the rooms. 2 batha on Gulf Week, mooth. Tbe OFFICE of tbe FUTURE Today For Ront cooy, pool, tennis IMS MS-MM LUXURIOUS X7X-S1M 2SS-40M Lean coodo Washer 4 dryer. pooL haat ID- tion XOO-X.OOO aq ft Yacht 4 Racquet Club ol Boca Raloo Is season Info Brochure 1 or m o n offices, funuabed or eluded IX Mile 4 Telegraph area 12*5 Immaculate Conception available for the Winter Season BEST located part in Farminftor Hllla APPROXIMATELY ISM aq ft Deluxe unfurnished, sad share the la last office MARCO ISLAND reaaooabte. commonth Office M»-4M? Home XM-1M1 call S40-7I24 pletely Area 2 bedroom mobile bome Acceaa FARMINGTON Adult commoDlty Ooe 1st floor offices, Troy Wlfl be priced automation productivity tools. Psy only coodo. aleepa 4. K. Of C. H A L L to freewayi. abopptag. good ackoola bedroom, overlook! Oty part, walk to BOCA RATON Boca Inlet Coodo on screened pordt pool, tennis waaber. (or staff 4 services ssed. From IXM ROOM MATE WANTED Canton. I-27S- rlfbl depending oo use 4 needs Two (2) H a l t s A v a i l a b l e ! 474-kSlX town. Appliancea, beat Included. II"5 524-1200 month Locations la rsrmlagton Hills, E x c e l l e n t 9 2 5 s q f t . r e t a i l loFord Rd. area Larfe 4 bediuuni bouse CaU 8 Mam-4 Mpm, next to Club, furnished beautiful- dryer, weekly rates Nov-Dec Monthly M XM PEOPLE Leave meeaafe 471-70X7 water Livonia, Detroit, Troy 4 Florida. Call c a t i o n In a c t i v e o f f i c e b u i l d MS-Mtl (XM a month, all utilities Indadad ly. i t , batha I bedroom. 11.600 par rates tn season TWO BEDROOM mobile bome Prime Dates Still Available' Gary Cobb MS-4XJX Days. Larry. 424-4*45 eve. 4S1-MT7 ing. G o o d p a r k i n g & signage Beat totaled Part In Fanninftoo Hllla FARMNGTON HILLS X be«lrooroa, Mo . min 4 Moa U M I M or Ml-7Uo Special Weekday Ratea B'HAM DEARBORN. S'FIELD TROY MARCO ISLAND area 474-M12 adulta ckoe to Uvooia Mall Appli- BOCA RATON, Fully furnabed X bed- "Sea Winds fulf-front oo beach. 2 bed1-484 4 ORCHARD LAKE offices, COMPLETE BUSINESS CENTERS SOUTHFIELD 3075® F O R D RD. ancea. pool, cooveolent tranaportatioo Your own pnvate o f f m wtthoul costly wareboun. yard space available. WUl rooms Children welcome! Call for brofarm house ( I M monthly, •« irtiUtiaa room coodominlttm. golf 4 teonla avail Heal, water (410 Mi-WX« able, t l * M per mooth Ask (or Jack. chures Days. MI-M02, Eves U2-4MX G A R D E N CITY, M I C H I G A N XS4-07XX overhead Fullv staffed, latest equip- rent any combination No pets 408 DuploxM For Ront ment. beautifully appoimed 4 IB prime Daya, 414-02»8 Evea 47(-71(X MX-OlMor MS-74X3 425-8380 525-0810 FULLY FURNISHED CCWDO SOUTHFIELD. X working girls looking buildings BIRMINGHAM t bedrooma. rec room, abort or long BOCA RATON Oceanvtew MARCO ISLAND Luxury beachfront UVONIA Daniel A Lord KcrfC, 2 halls lor aame lo share centraUy located UVONIA MIDDLEBELT RD Upper X bedroom, dining room, fire- term leaae, 11000 per month coodo. X bedrooms, X batha. pooL teonla. utilltiea Included - aBswerin( ser 100-X7S capacity Ample parting, air house Rant. HIS month. (M aecvity bedroom. 2 bath coodo. a u e m e d patio EXECUTIVE GROUP OFFICES, INC AU 1 place. no peta. available Nov 1, MIS vice. XM aq ft Ample parklar Call depoalt. S utilltiea last month's rant Ung Rental Rents for ill occasions coverod parting. Olympic atae pool all boat dock Cable TV, low weekly, conditioning plua utiUUea M* IMS 61»-X&02 Al Zinfer 4M-OMO c Duya. S&-8470 427 B4S paid la advance Call aftar 4PM. amenities Seasonal ilk-MM monthly ratea F o u r 1 4 2 r o o m s u i t e s availPresently Serving Over M Companies M7-XM7 CANTON New J bedroom duplex. IH MARCO ISLAND Brand new X bedLIVONIA Office S p a n I to 1.1 a b l e n o w w i t h 1 m o n t h ' s batka, tncludee appliancea Available P i e t y H ill, I n c . 6 4 2 - 8 1 0 0 BOCA RATON Yacht 4 Racquet Club J room, X bath coodo Pool, lemtis courts BIRMINGHAM downtown beautiful Sq F t Call MARY BUSH STRAIGHT ROOMMATE ( l o r morel to bedroom luxury townkoaae overlooking Nov ! « I»K plua utiUUea at Marco Shores Country Clab Annual share large bouaa, 11 Mile 4 Woodward furnished office, available Moo thru Taompaoo- Brown FREE rent. . yacht basin, teonla court 4 aaans FURNISHED1 FOR A L L O C C A S I O N S Call 4MU1S e-ase only MM mo plua utilities 4 1 a r e a Partly funusbed Call between S F n (-S. Call Mrs Johnaoo noon to 1,M •tifully funUabed with private pa•droom haa everythlnf Pou. pans. MX-t2XX M4-XXM Livonia office suite. 4M to MO sq ft. 4 10 SOpm XM-MIX Unena. etc. All yo« need ia a nutcaae 4 tio, private ocean beach Minimum moothadeposit 479-OT2 CANTON 2 bedroom cotoolal, m top location, free standing building 2 9 1 5 5 W . 7 M i l e , U v o n i a batha wttk air ooodiuoelng. private r e f m n c e a - oo Boa Line in Birming- rental > months Maximum t months at MARGATE Coral Gate Condo 1st BIRMINGHAM OFFICES Good Sign vtsabillty CaU SXVII10 THIRD FEMALE to share nice 2 bedham Leaae MS< - or kifber for mooth 15SOO per mooth. For full Isutbaie floor 2 bedrooms. X hatha fully furbaaement k vard M40 per moolh. (E. of M l d d l e b e l t ) room home la Rochester 12IS per Adams Road Telephone answering, Ml-MM to-mootk Aak (or Dave Cox. S-40-B70© with pictures 4 ftact details, call Paul Air CoodtttosMd - Lighted Parting nished Adult community No Peta mooth including militias CaU Alesha secretarial 4 computer available ROCHESTER OFFICE SPACE S P A C E A V A I L A B LE office. M4-7701 Or bome, Ml-0174 Available Feb. thru April. ll-MO. 'mo. Large Kitcben days M(-XSXS Evenings 45X-1MS 5*0-4414 MC to XXM sq It., prestigious building, CLAWSON UVONIA furmaked Larfe l bedroom, Min. of X mos. or Nov 1MX thru March Livonia Pavilion East utilities and Janitorial service included 2 bedroom. 1 bath, newly decorated du- air, carport, pool - 5 minutes from X- BRADENTON lovely X bedroom, 2 1M4. tlMN., mo Call eves , BIRMINGHAM SX1-M74 TROY - female wishes lo share Mr luxExcellent parking. Meadowbrook UtlUtin and Janitorial included. plex for rent IMS mooth •* atilltlea. wav MM • utilities Reference* pre- bath, f l m door condo. minutea from prime area, immediate occupancy, ury apt wtth same. CaU after S.X0 Professional Plaxa 4S1-54H Support Servicna Available Call after 5 PM M7-X7M ferred MX-1M4 golf, beaches MM per mooth X month NAPLES, Gulf Shore Blvd. fully fur442-7878 plush offices, 7XS aq ft aU utilities, Call Sandra Letasi Now' minimum. After 4pm MH192 nished X bedroom, X bath coodo, TV, 418 Mobile Homos 44V 7 MC After 5pm 444 2SM GARDEN CITY Duplex Beautiful NORTHVILLE Highland Lakes, beauTWO GENTLEMEN in large West laundry pool, sauna, ecreen porch. SeaREAL E S T A T E ONE brVct alnfte bedroom, like yoor own tiful clean > bedroom 2W bath end n i t . BRADENTON, SARASOTA area, lovely son II W m o For Ront Bloomfield lakefront home have fur MX-I17S bome Appliancea. carpeting, laundry wkde open view of lake many extras 4 2 bedroom, X bath, coodo pool, golf C O M M E R C I A L . INC. Bisbed room (or 1 m o n Gentleman S40-4127 courses is area Monthly or full aeaaon NAPLES Florida's most beautiful city 1 4 X BEDROOMS. Furnished including area. Private drive, yard, patio, nevrly option to buy MX-2814 353-4400 13 M I L E L A H S E R 2 private plua reception, a s c n t a r u . only Call days. X1X-H«-11M painted MM No peta Socerlty depoail Breath taking view of the rnlf 4 a t y beet 4 air conditioning. | 1 M lo l » S Novl kitchenette, fireplace atorafe Exceleven.. Xlh-X74-44M Irom the l l t l floor of this luxsrous X mo Special price to Sr cttuena Reply WANTED Agent 47S-7M0 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 1 7 5 0 , s q . ft. 8ultea a v a i l a b l e area, aharp X badroom c a m a g t houae lent location Modest cost to box o l d , F a r m i n g t o n . Ml. 4M24 bedroom. X bath hl-rtne beachfront conmales nice BI Hills home In e x e c u t i v e o f f i c e b u i l d i n g . condo. Lake Village complex. MM. rWBRADENTON - SARASOTA. do Mlnfinum I months n a t a l Call crowave. built-uia. Nu-tooe system. family roan, beae- ereocea, aacaniy dapoait SJ7-41J4 Deluxe 1st floor Condo. foil private H I S mootk Own pbooe 4X4-IMS A l l a m e n i t i e s . A v a i l a b l e n o w . Days Mk-XOlO. Evea M1-7M0 No peta' M7-4 419 MoMIs Homo Spoco 3 . 0 0 0 sq. ft. available. Excel4X1-7M7 NOV! WEST BLOOMFIELD eauie spaoous PALM BEACH PGA National ReBRADENTON SARASOTA lent s i g n a g e , g r e a t p a r k i n g & BEST located home aad grounds, pool, lake bedroom 2 bedroom. X good identity iocailofl aew carpeting, needa decorating MXO stairs coodo Available Dec 4 Jan areas, food acboois Can accommodate lor or bscheloretu F r o m 2 r o o m t o 2 . 0 0 0 s q . ft. IS5-SM7 courses XI tenma courts. or aa ia. I l l s mooth Depoall required up to 14x70. 474-4212 SUM monthly 477-MM NOVI- X bedroom In g r e a t b u i l d i n g s w i t h i m m e W BLOOMFIELD. 5 bedroom: furbatka, end unit acroaa from CLEARWATER AREA X bedroom cooORLANDO, DISNEY World Vacation diate occupancy. niahed Coodo 2 car (arage pool, tennis 7 5 0 a q . f t . c o m p l e t e l y r e n o NEW LUXURY duplex available for coarti 4 rwlmming pool, aewly deco- to, bemtifulty furnished. East I -a leaae 11.000 mooth plua Btlllttea. DOWB- rated m m mo lachtdea heat 4M-M1X Woodlands Winter minimum S montha, Beautiful coodo. fully furnished, on 420 Rooms For Ront Will lease total unit - (875 or accept X Lake. Rent weekly. Near other attrac town Birmingham Leave name 4 ISM mooth roommates ;|X»5 ea I lacludea utill- v a t e d 2 n d f l o o r o f f i c e . 3 p r i ABANDON YOUR HUNT tlons 4 EPCOT M1-71M PEBBLE CREEK CONDO (or root X pbooe oo machine M4-MM tiea Transferred. 477-8tl#or 5XS-140C v a t e o f f i c e s . R e c e p t i o n S Select Rentals - AU Areas bedrooma with master aulta. XH batka CLEARWATER BEACH 4M West We Help Landlords 4 Tenants s t o r a g e r o o m . New every- Large 2 p r i v a t e office suite NORTHVILLE fireplace X car garage Full baaement GuO froot luxury 2 bedroom. 2 bath ORLANDO new studio coodo. sleeps 4 442-1420 422 Wantsd To Ront Beautiful 1 bedroom. 2H bath. 2 fire- (l,0M per mooth 4X4-M1I coodo Pool, beadi, walking distance to orange lake country club. Olympic pool, Share Referrals with private lav, waiting thing. Available now. place duplex MOO mooth Call after abops 4 retauranU MX-4104 tennis courts, everything furnished 4 ATTRACTIVE LIVONIA SUB room and reception-work ALL AREA APTS - HOUSES • FLATS miles from Disney Available week of PEBBLE CREEK CONDOMINIUMS Spm . MM7U ExeeU«it area by 1-M 4 I 275 GREENFIELD/9 MILE Waat BLoomfleld • Prestige 4 highest CLEARWATER beautiful double Thanksgiving. Nov I0-M ISS0 442 0 ] 12 clean-furnished-balh-private a r e a . C o u l d b e 2 n d m edical entrance security! 2 bedrooma fireplace cathe- wldefully furnished mobile home, C o m m e r c i a l Suites PALMER ME3UUMAN 4M-1IM location. SINCERE duplex. MM per Mo plua »XM defoei! dral celling Available immediately at monthly rental Available. Nov thru ORMOND BEACH Luxury Ccodo. ISC-M0 weekly, dally Ample Parking ocean froot, 2 bedrooma. aa. X^> baths.fur BIRMINGHAM Only MM mo (1) Year Lease Shorter Feb No peta 1 bediouoi will available. SSS-XS04 In-town Furnished BLOOMFIELD HILLS T E N A N T S L O O K I N G niahed Private pool. 11,300 Full M a i n t e n a n c e Calf Tom, M4-MT0 or MX-44S1 term leaae cooaldered stady Private entrance Woodward I TS corridor Lar. suite No Obligation CLEARWATER BEACH 440 Weet on IU0C over 1 moa J wk nan M1-X444 bedroom/bath, Refrigerator 11(0 mootk Call after X available 400 aq ft Excellent loci two Heat Included WESTLAND - Ford k Newtwrfh I bed- Lunary X bedroom, X ear garage Spe- the Gulf, 2 bedroom coodo fully fur SM-1749 SHARE LISTINGS for legal or medical uaers .XS7-14M PALM BEACH CONDO 2 bedrooms 2 PM F r o m $ 5 . 8 8 P e r S q . Ft room RS« inclodee heal M : SMC cial Plan . while Unit Is ao Market for nlabed Available beginning Nov list. batha. On S Ocean Blvd . luxuriously A f t e r ! PM. call Ml -1«M or SM-1MI 4 MILE area, near Sale - 4 Mo Leaae with (X) Reoewal OpFor I n f o r m a t i o n , 5 5 9 - 2 1 1 1 furnished superbly located Seascn FARMINGTON tions - If not sold A Reduced 17 M mo monthly only evea. 77»-00»2 Schoolcraft College, nice quiet sleeping FAMILY OF THREE wishes long term CLEARWATER. Magnificent Gulf 410 Flat® For Ront SOUTHFIELD room Call: Tom Steffler 471-MM or MS-44S4 view., new X bedroom. 2 balk, furTELEGRAPH-MAPLE rental lease !|9M mo.) In BirmingN e w m e d i c a l s p a c e In S o u t h NEW CONSTRUCTION CaU 591-X4S4 DEARBORN MOO Renter X bedwalk to golf X mootha or more- SANIBEL CAPTTVA Island South Seaa ham. Bloomfield I bedrooma, swim- 8 0 0 A 1 2 0 0 s q . ft s u i t e s w i t h X bedrooma raach style, niabed Plantation New 17M aq ft gull froot f i e l d & F a r m i n g t o n Hills, u p 2XSXS Greenfield, 1X00 sq f l with (sU rooma. bvtng room k kitcbeo. com- PLYMOUTH. I1.X0C per month. 4SS-IM7 ming pool tennis court Call. 477-M81 FURNISHED ROOMS baaement. carpeted carport pnvate basement, IX car parting Meadow coodo Golf tennis, swimming, full ser pletely funiiabed I27S per month plua setting great location. to 4 3 0 0 s q . ft. a v a i l a b l e n o w . Near pool 4 cluhbouee MIS CLEARWATER SAND KEY' BEACH M f i Inc Brure Lloyd, IS1-M70 vice manna 2 bedroom. 2 baths. }acux- Also- eflecMDdes available Winter HOMESOo large lots needed tn WealuUlltaea Ideal for adulta Ml-7M9 per mooth 1-MS-MX4 Gulf frontage 2 bedrooms. X bstha rl Full* equipped kitchen with micro- rates Dally, weekly or monthly IM em Wayne County with 1S-2X0C aq f t per week, no security depoalt required SOUTHFIELD. N 1 of 11 IM to 2.00C wave Large living room 4 loft, each GRAND RIVER k TELEGRAPH REDFORD CONDO, 2 bedroom town- liMfl per month, aeasonsl and monthly with Sleeper sofa Dec «th 14th MS« Color TV phones, maid service Royal for group hoene program for 4 adults I sq ft. Full Service Easy parking oa424-4721 bedroom hoene requires 140 aq ft per house style, beat 4 kitcben appliances only No peta site Mgr Priced Right' Count.", Squire 424-7421 Motor Inn. X77S! Plymouth Rd Included. Available Nov 1 for »-12 CLEARWATER First floor J bed- Dec XOthloJan«lh (1.0M LI vacua 4X2-1*11 bedroom, 4 bedroom bome required 2 Plaxa 294X9 Southfield Rd iS»'9«'. bedrooms with 140 aq ft. each 2 reNOVI downtown central business dlsmonth lease 1404 Call Art Anderson room. 2 bath furnished, pool, club- SANIBEL ISLAND - luxury oceanfront 4S»-4M1 house asuna adulta X months mini- condo furnished, 2 bedrooma X bath, LARGE tarnished room, private bath maining bedrooms minimum 10 eq ft BUSINESS OFFICE for rent Excellent Wcii Grand River at Novl Rd X-way SOUTHFIELD RD DOWNTOWN FARMINGTON - Beauti- only Re. Max Boardwalk each Separate lining aod famUy rooms location Dearborn Heights area location, near IX Oaks 2 modern prl- NEAR BIRMINGAM Get away from ful Historical X family HaU upper ,-0. ROCHESTER Ckrpatad X badi oorua mum 5SX-M78 all amenities Available Sept thru Dac required For information call Wayne 250 aq.ft, aulte or apUt complete utiU _ offices carpeted, sir conditioned. crowded high nsea Join our partake ate •le Lnkster Rds ares. bedroom, living room, kitchen. M7S 1W batha appliances. Hah waaber sep19IX. 474-X778 Community Living Services a! S48- ties included MS-I4M j j w V j M O sq"ft X44-TIM development with individual buildings W Bloomfield After Spm S1M8M Lower • 1 bedroom, den. livtna room, arate freeser large Borage room in DEERFIELD BEACH 2 8000 E r . ? XX to choon from XMX.Md aq ft Very fa apartment on ocean Covered parting, SANTCBEL ISLAND -tuxnrloua two kitcben. HOC CalL -471-1XM basement air conditioning OFFICE SPACE available M4-IXXS pool Jan thru Marc* lease II SOO bedroom coodoa. on beeotifal shelling UVONIA Furnished clean room Nice vonble rales IS7-1490 IN ROCHESTER. imaU family desirea heating 4 air conditioning S Mala S> in near 1-M and X75 EmEAST DEARBORN - 4 room upper flat, month 474-M7J beach Neer atone 4 gourmet reeue- neighborhood, ROCHESTER 2-4 bedroom hoene tkre June 1M4 Will mature person Security depoalt Plymouth 454-547; SOUTHFIELD 15844 W IX Mile Rd WESTLAND decorated carpeted. 127S mooth phn Desirable King MS-S4M ployed Cove a Coodo - 2 bed DEL RAY Beach, designer'i peraoosi I rants, pool 4 tennis Weekly required 4M-7X»X take eicellent care of your home and If comer Everett X.DM a o f t Lean aecurtty deposit Employed Single rooms. 1 -1 baths OFFICE SPACE Appliancea Neutral bedroom coodo on Inner Coastal, small SARASOTA. Sketa Kfys. Sunrise Core. X for aale will show It 4S2-8M2 3 4 0 0 s q f t . of l o w e r l e v e l o f f 111.M0 per year, net net Please call Peraon or Coapte preferred M l - X f a decor Basemen: k garage FARMINGTON HILLS Nov 1 occu- exclusive 7 unit building Exquisitely bedroom. 2 bath deluxe coodo. Gulf to LIVONIA near Madonna, clean, nicely i c e s p a c e $ 7 p e r s q ft InPeter Rlpmsster S5» w < Up to I.M0 a q f t available In o f f m TROY AREA. X-4 bedroom bome with pancy M2S month furnished bedroom 4 sitting room. FARMINGTON HILLS AREA Recent Bay. taaais. iwimming pools available itlo do bmldlni near I-«M Below Market SOUTHFIELD IX X I I ft window off baths, family room, formal '.lying c l u d e s u t i l i t i e s A J a n i t o r i a l ly remodeled 1 bedroom lower flat Oct thru J a n April X woe* minimum kitchen peivTleges Pborse 4 utilltiea in- 2H cy Adults No peta Rates For details contact Levi Smith. I n ia professional suits Secretarial 444-4414 room 4 dining room. 2H car attached - - -Gail M2-1MC HX-1174 Partly furmaked I2M mo • aecurtty Call after Spm 4SH7S* clude Ms i - -Call Havman Co 5M-SSM conferees™ room library copter aw! garage With option to buy 444-1(77 FLORIDA KEYS beautiful waterfroast depoait SM20M 4 47t-«Ml ROCHESTER Kiafs Cova, I bed- one bedroom coodo. with swimming SARASOTA Executive coodo X bed NEAR WESTLAND MALL - sleeping stonge available SS7M77 TWO ADULTS deaperately a n d 2 bed GARDEN CITY- Clean attractive I room IW belhs 1 car garage avail- pool, game room 4 marina AvaiLabls room, newly decorated on golf course room for working man Only IM week room. : beth furnished apartmeni on ly deposit Ugh' cooking svsilabie TROY Deluxe office apace In profesable about Nov I CaU between M bedroom lower Includaa garage flreNov , Dec Jen and Aprilfully equipped beach nearby Monthly CUT HICH OVERHEAD lat floor Birmingham Bloomfield 7JS-11X2 sional suite Includes upscale furnishXM-OMO After S Ik2 74*7 . place baaemeot. private yard carpet After 4pm M1-1IM minimum i u - M M or XT S-MXX and still maintain professional appear area From Nov 1 US to May 1 14 ings. IX'xlC window office, space (or drapea appliancea Adulta no peta F A R M I N G T O N HILLS TWP Large clean, fur Call collect S17-SM-2M7 ance Rent one of .our plust single officsecretary conterenre room library STANFORD TOWNHOtWES UMper month 4JI IMS 14^7X14 FORT MYERS- I bedrooma X hatha SARASOTA Luxurious 2 bedroom. 2 PLYMOUTH es Pbooe answering kitchen ropier room Working peraoo over 2S WEST BLOOMFIELD copter 4 storage 142 SltO Designed For Family Living oafurmaheid house oa canal to gulf bath condo In The Meadows Available tuahed Mi week - security depoalt 4SX-4M4 W BLOOMFIELD Troy area Reepoo- and eecmar.e service on premises New 2 aod I bedroom lownbouaas GARDEN CTTY 2 room studio apart MAPLE-ORCHARD Fireplace family room. X car ^sra^e I Dec thro April aible. mature married couple desire Perfect for single person operation TROY Individual offices within promen-. |1M mooth including utilities No Fall Basement Appliancea Carpeting CaU after 4 MPM 7X8-0M4 ROCHESTERPrime Birmingham location with amJSM_ two bedroom with garage winter fessional suite Secretary receptionist and Drapea Central Air and Individual la For Information, call Mon thru ple free parking 444 2547 rant, farmahed in SIESTA KEY New 2 bedroocn com- to B e a u t i f u l l y f i n i s h e d n e w o f - conference room library -copier and t 0AM-4PM. 42S-MM Terraces Swimming Pool Tennis FT LAUNDERDALE, weea storage available 44X 7M0 Courts aad Carporta Bike Paths for floor One block from heart pletely funuabed tow-abouae condo with privileges XSCCall DEARBORN HEIGHTS f i c e s c o m p l e t e w i t h all s e r before 1PM. 4S2-X7M Children and a Daaigned PUycrouatd room. 2 bath, laussdry garage Beach aide Pool Available -.470 aq ft former insurann offtre in TROY Maple 4 Stephenson Opportu SW DETROIT, large upper J bedroom v i c e s i n c l u d e d S e c r e t a r i a l , oy Completely fern la* art l.'ndergrouod Dec thro Feb 77g-l»M. 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