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Canton OteerUrr Volume 9 Number 83

Thursday, May 10. 1 9 8 '

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Planner eyes state rep job

J a m * * Kosteva By M.B. Dillon W»rd stafl writer Canton Township Planner J a m e s Kosteva, 32, has announced his candi dacy for state representative in the 37th District, a seat being vacated by veteran Slate Rep Edward Mahalak, D-Romulus. who is stepping down due to health concerns It s Kosteva a secood bid for tbe office In tbe Democratic p r i m a r y two y e a r s ago be was runner-up with 2,100 votes behind Mahalak who . ^ a l l i e d 2,900 "Given the amount of e f f o r t that went into the last campaign by myself, f a m i l y and workers, and given Mr Mahalak's unfortunate illness and his decision not to run, we felt we had m a d e an investment in the district and should pursue this again," said Kosteva. a 1974 graduate of North Central College in Illinois "1 work with the problems of western Wayne County every day Roads, job retention, economic development, the establishment of new business property assessments and taxes to some extent, I've come into contact with these on a daily basis " said Kosteva

interference in people's lives, putting state government back into the role of being the provider of services and the protector of natural resources and the regulator of excesses It s time to re-establish some faith and reliability in government at a time when trust in government is at a low ebb An area resident for 28 years. Kosteva has served on the Wayne County Solid Waste Planning C o m m i t t e e working with Wayne County Commissioner Milt Mack to keep landfills out of western Wayne County He also has taken p a n in agricultural, historic preservation and economic-development projects Kosteva is completing a master's degree in natural resources at the University of Michigan Kosteva s career objective is to have an objective effect upon the builtin environment and to positively impact people's lives "I'VE HAD real good experience at the local level, and 1 would like to take this local-government training and have some input into decisions which affect people s lives at a higher level of policy making "It is at the local level that people and problems come face to face; a legislator needs that perspective to effectively represent their views and address their problems," added Kosteva, who in 1982 bested Roger Cadaret of Romulus and Betty Joe P r i c e of Van Buren in the primary So far, Kosteva is unaware of any other candidates vying for Mahalak's seat. Kosteva said he was rated "wellqualified" in 1982 by Civic Searchlight, a non-profit group that reviews and makes recommendations on candidates and issues As before, the township planner will seek endorsements f r o m the UAW and AFL-C10. He plans to again "knock on 4,000 doors." If elected, Kosteva pledges to concentrate on diverting what he called wasted funds into educaUon, protecting the slate's natural resources and developing retraining incentives to help diversify Michigan's industry and retain jobs

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Folks driving by t h e R o m a n Forum R e a t a u r a n t Saturday did d o u b l e t a k e s attar s p o t t i n g a c o v e r e d w a g o n f l a n k e d b y a b e v y of C a n t o n i t e a in sesquicentennial dreaa. The women celebrated C a n t o n ' s 150th b i r t h d a y at a f a s h i o n a h o w

c h a i r e d b y G r e t a P o o l e . W i n k e l m a n m o d e l a , inc l u d i n g o n e d r e a a e d a a a 1 9 t h - c e n t u r y milk maid, d o n n e d a u m m e r faahiona aa a harpiat p l a y e d m i n u e t s a n d g u e e t a l u n c h e d on a a l a d , rolls a n d b i r t h d a y c a k e .

* YOUR ADS ARE VERY EFFECTIVEI" very good response 1 Sold tne car after numerous calls-first person out met the asked 'or pnee 1 G Karpiej was very p l e a s e d with the results o' the Observer & Eccentric AUTOMOTIVE ' T RANSPOPTATiON Classified ad placed Remember

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A Farmington Hills man has been charged with a t t e m p t e d m u r d e r in the shooting of a Belleville man in Canton Township Richard Wayne Daugherty, 49. was arraigned by Judge Glenn Valesco in 3rd Circuit Court in Wayne County on two felony counts in the shooting May 3 of Edward Morelh, 39 The second count was for allegedly using a firearm in the commission of a c r i m e

Abduction bungled, victim OK According to Canton police. Morelli was in the parking lot of a shopping complex at N. Haggerty and Cherry Hill when he was approached by two individuals, one of whom he recognized Police say the two tried to force Morelli into a car at gunpoint When he

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Board tentatively OKs new heliport by Mettetal The heliport would be primarily for the shipping of industrial components for nearby light industry Tbe heliport complex would consist of two buildings, one to serve as hangar and storage space for the heliport, the other to be leased out to small businesses McMahon will operate the speculative building as well, with an option to buy Final approval by the township depends on the Federal Aviation Admin lstraUcxi which must OK the heliport a f t e r it Is built The buildings can be built without final approval, but the township w o n t allow occupancy until FAA approval of the facility P t e a a i turn t o P a g e 5

resisted, police say, Morelli was shot in the upper leg with a small-caliber bullet The alleged assailants fled the scene before police arrived Morelli was taken to Wayne County General Hospital, where he was treated and released Daugherty was arraigned in 3rd Circuit

Court, pled not guilty and was bound over for preliminary examination May 14 in 35th District Court. Daugherty was released on a surety bond of 125,000. Defendants a r e arraigned at 3rd Circuit Court in Westland on days the district courts a r e closed The other alleged assailant remains unknown Police refused to discuss a possible motive

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The Canton Township Board of Trustees Tuesday night tentatively approved the building of a p r i v a t e heliport adjacent to the Mettetal Air|Jbrt' on Liltey Road Final site plans w e r e n t ready for the meeting, but preliminary plans were discussed Final approval hinges on four minor stipulations requested by township officials, including the installation of a fire hydrant The heliport complex, on a 600-footkmg strip of land on the west side of Rhonda Drive. 850 feet south of Joy. will be built by Harold Rosin of Dearborn Realty It will be operated by Bria n McMahon, who currently o p e r a t e s out of Mettetal but said he needs to expand his operations If he is to remain in Canton

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A night of terror ended for a Detroit woman early Monday morning when Canton Township police arrested a Louisiana man who was later charged with kidnapping, first-degree rape, armed robber,' and the possession of a f i r e a r m while c o m m i t t i n g ^ crime Canton police, acting upon a request by Detroit police, made the arrest at Room 3 of the Willow Arms Motel The suspect, Jimmie Murray. 37. was then turned over to Detroit police and later arraigned before 36th District Court Judge Vesta Svenson The suspect was unable to post a cash bond of (25.000 and remains in jail pending a preliminary examination May 17 in the 36th district court According to Lt Fred Williams of the Detroit police, the woman, who was not identified, was abducted about 2 30 p.m. from tbe parking lot of the Apollo supermarket at Seven Mile and Evergreen Murray, who is on parole for armed robbery in Wisconsin, allegedly forced his way into her car a t gunpoint, then drove around for several hours, traveling first one way on 1-75 and then the other Murray registered at the Willow Arms Motel in the evening, where, police.allege, he raped the victim, robbed her of |70, tied her up with the telephone cord and went to bed Police say that while Murray slept, the victim untied herself, escaped in her car. drove to her mother's house in Detroit and called Detroit police De troit police then called Cantan, police, who nfcde an immediate wake-up call on Murray In most instances, a bond can be met by posting 10 percent of its face value Because of the severity of the charges against Murray. Judge Svenson made it a cash bond, requiring payment of the full $25,000

Arrest made in murder attempt

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E n t r e p r e n e u r s werft saluted Monday at the C a n t o n C h a m b e r of C o m m e r c e S m e l l B u s i n e s s P e r s o n of t h e Y e a r a n d m e m b e r s h i p dinner. On hand to fete thie y e e r ' s winner, greenhouse operator John Schwartz, w a s Barbara Gentry, d i r e c t o r of t h e O f f i c e of W o m e n B u e l n e e e O w n e r s of

t h e M i c h i g a n D e p o r t m e n t of C o m m e r c e . G e n t r y to*d C a n t o n m e r c h e n t s " y o u ' r e In t h e O l y m p i c s of t h e A m e r i c a n Dream," and described the m a n y n e w s e r v i c e e t h e a t a t e la offering to buelneeeee. Frank McMurray (right) waa a r u n n e r - u p in t h e c o m p e t i t i o n .

Canton Township officials are worried that residents are being misled by a company selling water purifiers door to-door Officials say the company is licensed by the township to vend its wares and is acting legally They fear, though, that the company's sales tactics may mislead unwary residents Tbe company. JNM Enterprises of Monroe, sells a combination water purifier and softener We've been getting calif f r o m people wanting to know how come their water is poisoned." said township Supervisor J a m e s Poole "I don't care If they buy a purifier or not. I just don't want them to get panicked . . Other than the (high) rate, the water is safe to drink." "The main problem is that they're not identifying themselves as representaUves of a water softener company," said Carol Quiim of the water department "They state they are there to test the w a t e r and that sounds very official ."

According to John Fkxlin, township clerk, the company is licensed to go door to door Flodin said that its repre s e n t a t i v e s must wear prominent badges of identificaUon "Under the free enterprise system, you can't stop people going out door to door making a living But you can keep control of them," said Flodin. "The township takes no position either for or against tbe product Flodin had in his possession a printed copy of what appears to be a study sheet for prospective purifier salespersons According to the sheet, the pitch begins, "Hi, my name is Mary The reason I've stopped by Is we'll be testing the water in your neighborhood over the n e j t few days, checking for impurities of any kind in the water syst e m There will be no charge or obliga Lion for the test . Township officials say such a pitch is legal, but they stress that those giving the test have no connection with any government or health agency, and they stress that the water is safe to drink

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Ice Show will open Tbe city of Plymouth Parka and Recreation Department s annual Ice Show, Music Makes You Move will open Friday. May 18

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Diane Kern. Mary Moriset and Kaihy Spackey three of the recreation d e p a r t m e n t s skating pros in charge of the basic skills number say the kids a r e excited and looking forward to tbe show

The show, which runs through May 20 In the Plymouth Cultural Center, gives students enrolled tn the city's skating p r o g r a m a chance to show what they've learned throughout the year

Show times a r e 7 30 p m Friday. May 18, 1 30 and 7 30 p m Saturday, and at 3 p m Sunday Tickets are $3 for adults and II 50 for children and senior citizens Tickets are available at the Cultural Center 525 Farmer

One of the features of this y e a r s sAow will be a cartoon medley of Mickey Mouse. Tennessee Tuxedo and the Pink Panther performed by the basic skills classes

The city offers basic skills classes year round for ages 4 through adult Summer registration for classes will be f r o m 9 a m to 1 p m Saturday. May 26. and from 9 a m to 2 p m Saturday. June 16 at the Cultural Center

Some 43 students, ages 6-14 will put In more than 20 hours of prac tice to make the cartoon medley a special number

JOHN FUNK Funeral services for Mr Funk. 57. of Calais Court, Canton Township, were held recently in the Cherry Hill Presbyterian Church in Dearborn with burial at Glen Eden Memorial Park Officiating was Dr Frank Marvin with arrangements made by Howe-Peterson Funeral Home in Dearborn Mr Frunk. who died May 5 in Oak wood Hospital. Canton, was an engi neer for Burroughs Corp Survivors include wife. Evelyn, daughter. Diane Donoghue sons Kurtis and Mark, a brother Robert and two grandchildren

of F a r m e r . Plymouth, were held recently in Schrader Funeral Home in Plymouth with burial at Riverside Cemetery, Plymouth Officiating was the Rev Thomas Cook Memorial coo tribuUons may be made to the First United Presbyterian-Church of Plvm outh

Miss Davis, who died May 5 in Ann Arbor, was born in Clarksville, Tenn and had lived in Plymouth since mov mg here in 1»«9 from Highland Park A saleswoman. Miss Davis was active in tbe Plymouth Senior Citizens She had retired form the J L Hudson Co in 1972 She l s j u r v i v e d by a brother Joseph Davis of Stanwood Mich and by two nieces and a nephew

Mr Ebert, who died May 4 in Plymouth. was born in Monroe and had lived in Plymouth for 75 years A veteran of World War I, be was a supervisor at the railroad roundhouse in Plymouth f r o m 1911-55 He is survived by two nieces and a sister-in-law PAULINE H DAVIS

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AND WHILE all entrants enjoyed their opportunity to lake a shot* at the pins it was J a m e s Steele of Northville who had one of the biggest days of his bowling career In the first game of the two-game se ries he posted two strikes and two spares for a 130 count When the sec ond strike fell, his yell of enthusiasm could be heard the full width of the 60lane battlefield He tired in the second game and finished with 84 and an avera g e score of 107 Now 23 years old. he said he has been crippled since childhood and added lhat bowling is his chief means of competitive enjoyment. Bowling with him on the opening squad were Gloria Hamilton and Deborah Baker, each representing the Association for Retarded Citixens. They tied In the scoring as each posted a two-game series of 98. The best scoring of the day was done by a mentally retarded youth from Trenton A 23-year-old who bowls in three leagues in his hometown posted g a m e s of 217 and 247. There were all sorts of deliveries in view, but one that caught attention was

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The gymnastics meet was one of three events coordinated by area Civitans Bowling was also held on Saturday while the track and field championships* will be tomorrow at the Plymouth Canton athletic field from 9 a m to 2 30 p m

Participants came from Dearborn. Wayne. Westland. Livonia Redford, Northville Plymouth and Canton

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scored better The unusual scenes went on all day and when the last ball found the g u t t e r or the last pin fell the Civitan m e m b e r s were well pleased with the day and were more lhan pleased that the event was considered the smoothest run of the series to date Winners, and there 52 of ihem. received awards and medals at the close of the day It was the second time that Super Bowl was the host establishment and as usual the entire day was one of joy and enthusiasm unmatched In regulation bowling leagues

R o b e r t K r a f t a n d I l i e e n M c M a h o n , a v o l u n t e e r f r o m Plymouth, exp e r i e n c e • J o y o u s m o m e n t t o g e t h e r a t Saturday's Special Olympica.

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For if five of the gymnasts did well enough in one of three events to place in the lop three and win medals, and 25 of them took home firsts, qualifying t h e m for the state championships at Central Michigan University in Mt Pleasant in June

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Civitan volunteers, fans, parents and 90 fiercely competitive athletes made it a special day Saturday at Centennial Educational Park, site of the Western Wayne County Special Olympics gymnastics meet

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lhat of Donna Matz of Southgate She is short in stature and wears a continuous smile Instead of releasing the ball in the usual style, she stands solidly at the foul line with her feet spread far apart Then she leans over, takes the ball between her legs and lets go And no one had more fun than she did As a m a t t e r of fact she was joyful that she didn't have a gutter ball

The grand old game o f bow ling that dates its history back more than 7000 years reached a new high in enthusiasm last Saturday at the Super Bowl in Canton The unusual event was the Western Wayne County Special Olympics sponsored by the Plymouth-Canton Civitan Club that drew an entry of 540 teams of various sizes and ages Some c a m e in wheelchairs Others c a m e with the aid of walkers and still others leaning on the arm of a friend or relative And they ranged in age from 8 to 52 years The event was most unusual for bowling in that all the entrants let loose of the ball while sunding at the foul line None of them took the legendary steps to the line before releasing the ball But from early morning until dusk the joy was unconfined Much of the attention was focused on the wheelchair bowlers who used the latest equipment as a guide This was a metal channel that was placed in front of them and they aimed the channel at the pins and then released the ball.

Survivors include mother Lela of Plymouth, sons, Richard of Dearborn and RoberLpf Florida, daughter. Linda Darrow of Pinckney. brother, J a m e s of Florida sister Anna belle Bartel of Plymouth, and eight grandchildren

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S c h o o l officials p o n d e r a d d i t i o n s , new s c h o o l PlvrrxKitfl-Canton Community SCHOOL jfficiais are studying rj>e possibility of o n s t r u c u n g a new >cboo; in Canton or enlarging Hulsing Enfcssor and Fieid Elementary schools Financing tbe project would require a bond issue ac cording to district community relations director Richard Egli Tbe initiative grew QUI of a work ibop held Monday to discuss excess:.* .•wise and inadequate space in tbe build ngs Architects designed tbe 8-year-old schools with .2-foot ceilings and eight foot walls based on tbe idea of getting away from tbe boxiaess prevalent m schools A passageway in tbe center of

*acfi building serves as an audio-visua: -enter Egli said Teachers have complau»ed about high noise levels, prompting administrative attenuor. to tbe issue Monday •be original architects I M P As»olates of Bloomfield Hills presented school board members with four schemes tbe> sav would cut down or. noise and provide more fiassroom space Costs would range between S700 000 and I'. 005 000 per bu.lding It s not known where a new scboo, would be built although a possiblity would be in an area near New Towne shopping center ->ea: Hanford off Sbei

doc Road between Ford and Warren roads Egii said Population and devel opment trends need to be studied,.and officials also will take a look at the locations of district-owned properties Egli added In each of tbe four plans tbe space used by the existing five classrooms would be reassigned to four Larger rooms each with 920 square feet Floor to-ceiling partitions would be used to retain the s a m e lund of flavor and interest I n d e r tbe first option, a 1 WO-square-foot kindergarten room would be added Egli said Construction expenses including $175 000 in remod eling costs would total $700 000

L'nder tbe second scheme, remodel mg wouid be done and four classrooms added for a total of eight Construction would cost 160 to $65 per square foot up from at tbe time tbe schools were built Egli said Tbe third and fourth plans which received little consideration, involve

If you weren t aware of it before the anion Beautification C o m m i t t e e nopes you will be May 11 17 has beer, designated clean-up week in Canton and your participation is sought It s the first of a ihreeweek program de signed to enhance the appearance of the Canton community Beginning tomorrow all residents

are asked to clean up thfeir own proper ty and any vacant adjacent public or private areas From 10 a m to 4 p m Saturday a central collection point will be set up at the gazebo at Griffin Park on*Canton Center Road just north of Cherry Hill Road Plastic bags for collection will be provided

Coottnuetf from PaQe 1 Put tbe represent back in representative will be the theme of his cam^ i g r . which he anticipates will be a challenge a lot of work and a iol of fun Mr Mahalak >erved area residents

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Five burglary suspects arrested two weeks ago by Cantor. Township po.,ee IT. three separate incidents of breaking and entering have been bound over for trial in Wayne Coun ty Circuit Coun following prehmi nary proeeed.ngs ic the 35th District Court Ronald Emery 27, waived his preliminary examination May 3 and

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Monday were proposals to revise the township zoning ordinance, to create two separate mobile-home-park districts, and to rezooe 78 acres between Geddes and Newton Roads from agriculture to mobile home park zoning. The board m a y t a k e up those items at a special meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m.

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winds last week Mobile homeowners on Geddes Road reported a missing water ski. two water sport tubes, tool box and tools f r o m their damaged shed on April 29 The goods - were valued at $500 The owner of a shed on Mott Road reported missing a power mower, electric drill, hand tools, and a boy's bike on April 30 The goods were valued between $400-500 A T O T A L Gas station attendent working at the Ford Road station reported that at 2 53 p m May 1 a customer pumped $J 8 90 of gas into a black 1972 or 1973 car and then drove westbound on Canton Center Road without paying

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A P O O R locking system on the front door of a home on Cherry Hill Street may explain how it was burglarized during the afternoon of April 25 Owners reported a misting c a m e f a , two watches, handgun, video game, and two video cassette recorders Estimated value of the goods is $1600

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Last year s reapportionment incor porated the area of Canton east of 1-275 into tbe 37th district which also includes southern and western Canton Van Buren Township. Belleville Romulus and part of Wayne Candidates have until June 5 to file for tbe Tuesday August 7 primary

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individuals are urged to ask their homeowners association or civic group to join the project Other groups may contact the committee at 45&-67M Committee members would especially like to bear from anyone able to offer the use of a pick-up truck Still to come are fix-up week Ma^ 18-24 and plant-up week May 25 Jl

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"It was also suggested that another school could be built, perhaps m tbe southwest portion of tbe district, for tbe money it would cost to remodel tbe < * b « r s E g l i added Administrators will take a look at long-term projections and at some fu ture date come back to the board with a recommmendatioc

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S C g r a d u a t e s top 11,000 mark The number of people with School craft College associate degrees will pass the 11,000 mark in graduation cer emonies at 6 p m Saturday. President Richard McDowell announced The 19th annual c o m m e n c e m e n t was changed from Sunday afternoon It will be in tbe main gymnasium at the south end of the campus at 18600 Haggerty Livonia Speaker will be Philip H Power founder and chairman of the board of Suburban Communications Corp . par ent company of Observer it Eccentric Newspapers Power spoke at the 1968 ceremony and is the first person to ad dress graduates a second time THE COLLEGE Wind Ensemble will perform for the ceremony and give a free preview concert at 5 p m The band is directed by Victor A Markovich Its 50 m e m b e r s are stu

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dents and community residents Tickets a r e not required either for the c o m m e n c e m e n t or the reception a f t e r w a r d s in the Waterman Campus Center, but those attending should ar rive early for good seating About one-third of the 860 persons earning degrees and certificates are expected to attend the two-hour cere mony Others completed their course work in fall or s u m m e r terms last year and have departed for jobs or other col lege campuses Nevertheless the event usually draws a capacity crowd Many are non-traditional students - people in their 40s. 50s and 60s who have returned to campus to earn a degree or add special skills Board Chairman Michael W Bur ley will confer four honorary degrees on people whose names are not announced until the ceremonv

POWER IS active in Michigan Dem ocratic Party circles, is a director of the World Press Freedom Committee a member of Gov James J Blanch ard s Commission on the Future of Higher Education and chairman of the Michigan Job Training Coordinating Council His wife. University of Michigan Regent Sarah Goddard Power was Schoolcraft s 1975 speaker Other platform participants will include the Rev George H Shaloub, pas tor of St Mary 's Antiochian Orthodox Church in Livonia. Conway A Jeffress vice president for instruction, and Bar bara A Geil vice president for student services Academic marshals will be Dean Ronald L Griffith and acting assistant dean Candis Martin

O a k l a n d r e c r u i t i n g in E u r o p e Detroit and Oakland County will join hands dur ing a European trip designed to a t t r a c t foreign firms to southeastern Michigan Heading the second Greater Detroit Business At traction and Expansion Council s (BAEC) trade mission to Europe will be Oakland County Execu tive Daniel Murphy and Detroit Mayor Coleman Young This is the first time Oakland County will take part in the trade mission The 19 participants will visit major industrial cities In Germany France England and Switzerland May 5 18 SPONSORED BY the BAEC and Greater Detroit Chamber of Commerce, the trip is designed to be a fact-finding mission with participants collecting data about foreign firms which already have small operations in southeast Michigan The group will concentrate on firms dealing in

automotive parts manufacture, petrochemicals and robotics Charlotte Doud executive director of the BAEC said representation by both Murphy and Young will allow Michigan to present a very united front " It's important that both city and suburbs will be represented After all we are there selling the region, explained Doud who is also vice president for economic development of the Detroit Chamber of Commerce

Michigan's Department of Commerce will be represented by its Brussels office While in France Murphy will be keynote speaker at a chamber of commerce seminar on Investment Opportunities in Michigan He will address a group of French industrialists about southeast Michigan's present status and its future trends The program is aimed at attracting investors to southeast Michigan and increasing trade between Michigan and the Rhone-Alps region

ALSO ON T H E trip which will cost each participant H,000-5.000, will be representatives of the Washtenaw Development Council, Touche-Ross, the Construction Association of Michigan, Detroit Economic Growth Corporation National Bank of Detroit. Detroit Edison Co and the Detroit law firm of Pepper Hamilton. Sheetz

Ml'RPHY SAID he is honored that BAEC asked him to represent the region on the mission The participants will meet with industrialists, labor members and governmental leaders in five major European cities

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T H U R S D A Y (May 10) 7 p.m. Kids Round Town — Nicki talks with Judith Tnplett, a student from Eastern Michigan University, about astrology 7:30 p.m. Homework Helpline — Co-hosts Jan McCarthy and Kathy Edgar, directors of Innovative Education Services discuss how to study and give students tips on doing homework 8 p.m. . It's A Woman's World Host Debbie Williams talks to the owner sof Great Shape Spa & Altair. shops located in Old Village, Plymouth 8:30 p.m. The Food Chain — Recognizing and treating Premenstural Syndrome (PMS) 9 p.m. . . Psychologically Speaking — Host Bob Goodwin talks with Mike Wickett of Growth Jc Goals, a motivational speaker who talks about bow people can change their lives with positive thinking. 9:30 p.m. Single Touch - Hosts J.P. McCarthy and Dana Von Webber talk with local singles Amanda Mair and F r a n k Laxotte Also a remote to the new "Cagneys" bar. 10 p.m. Hometown Highlights 10:30 p.m. Today s Woman

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7: JO p.m Cranbrook Hospice Sen e s — A weekly health series 8 p.m TNT True Adventure Trails - Pat's Puppets and "I'm One of a Kind " 8:30 p.m. Divine Plan - A week ly Bible study programs' p.m. Lifestyles — Diane Marti na presents Dew guests each week for a lively discussion *3® p.m Summit Lighthouse The coming revolution in high consciousness Part I in the series this week is titled "America at the Turning Point Fireworks " 10.30 p.m. Chef Bui-Carb - Tbe chef whips up yet another tasty meal

T H U R S D A Y (May II) 2pm School Daze 2 30 p.m. T a w a s High School Marching B r a v e s and Petoskey High School Marching Northmen perform at the State Marching Band Competiuon held last fali at the CEP 3 p.m. Replay CALL-IN with Canton Chamber of Commerce — Ginny Eades hosts this week s show interviewing various members of Canton Chamber Jack Coers, Frank McMurray. Boh Malek. and Deborah O'Connor 4pm -Street Fanasty - Music dance video story done via community access, produced by U-M student Debbie Gillen. edited by Omnicom intern Tim Mantyla 410 p m St Lads Play 4p m Sports Canton Rodeo. Flying Frisbees and Backgammon Hps 6 30 p.m. Canton Update — Host Sandy Preblich talks with Canton Supervisor J a m e s Poole about Canton government 7 pm. H u m a n Images — Psychologist Dr Diane Agresta discusses m a r r i a g e and divorce with student hosts 8 p.m. G a r a g e Tapes — A new wave rock video TV program featuring The New Trend " 8.30 p.m Don't Let Arthritis Stop You - Speaker MaryBeth Wright, an exercise physiologist, talks with area senior citizens about how to deal with a r t h r i t i s 9:30 p.m. Youth View - Guests are from national radio show The Children's Bible Hour 10 p.m. Uncle J a c k ' s Nite Fright - More comedy and antics from Uncle Jack and the Zoo Crew 10:30 p.m Discoveries — Zenia Biezden d e m o n s t r a t e s how to make Pvsanky. Ukraman Easter Eggs F R I D A Y ( M a y 11) 2 p.m. The Challenge of Caring - Provided by the Department of Health & H u m a n Services, this program deals with the adoption of children with special needs developmentally disabled and minority children • 2:30 p.m Hank Luks vs Crime Guest is Rusty Chambers, installer of Home Burglar Alarms 3 p.m. Sports Scope - Weekly review of college sports in Michigan 3:30 p.m. . . . G r e a t e r Detroit Enterprise 4 p.m. . . Wayne County: A New Perspective — Information on Wayne County f r o m County Executive William Lucas 4:30 p.m. Besa & Malsise — Albanians f r o m Yugoslavia produce this show about their culture p.m. Yugoslav American Friendship Hour — Yugoslav residents in H a m t r a m c k present this weekly show about their lifestyles 6 p.m. Yugoslavian Variety Hour - A group of Yugoslavians from Hamtrampk present this weekly show about their lifestyle 7 p.m Health Talks — Bill Steele talks about teenage suicide and Karen Day discusses low cholesterol diets

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C a n t o n r e s i d e n t s K a t h y and Karen P e r k i n s g r a d u a t e d r e c e n t l y f r o m Western Michigan U n i v e r s i t y The t w o w o m e n , who a r e part of a set of t r i p l e t s in a f a m i l y of seven both g r a d u a t e d with d e g r e e s in m echani cal engineering

WINS H O N O R

Robert R e u t e r of C a n t o n , a student at Adrian College, w a s o n e of 37 under g r a d u a t e s recently n a m e d w i n n e r s of a c a d e m i c a w a r d s given by t h e college Reuter son of E d w a r d a n d Ruth R e u t e r of T h o r n w o o d . C a n t o n , was n a m e d recipient of t h e o u t s t a n d i n g f r e s h m a n a w a r d given in biologv





WIN S C H O L A R S H I P S

Wayne S t a t e University recently a w a r d e d m e r i t s c h o l a r s h i p s to two local high school s t u d e n t s The s c h o l a r s h i p s a r e a w a r d e d based on s c h o l a s t i c a c h i e v e m e n t Recipients a r e P l y m o u t h S a l e m High School stu dent S t e v e n Arlow and P l y m o u t h f a n ton High School student Michael Bryi inski

GIVES RECITAL

Plymouth resident R o b e r t G r o s s e r , recently gave a piano r e c i t a l at Kala mazoo College He p e r f o r m e d w o r k s by Scarlatti, Beethoven and Chopin and concluded with a duo p i e c e by Walling Ford Riegger G r o s s e t t is a m u s i c stu dent at the college



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Three P l y m o u t h - C a n ion s t u d e n t s at the University of M i c h i g a n college of p h a r m a c y recently won a w a r d s at the college s annual s t u d e n t a w a r d s ban quel Winning Rho Chi R e c o g n i t i o n C e r t i f i c a t e s f r o m Canton w e r e I-aurie Hall Lee Ann and Anne P e a r s ? P l y m o u t h resident Theresa Michelini a l s o was

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P l y m o u t h r e s i d e n t G a r y Koch. Can ton C e n t e r Road, recently graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a m a s t e r •> d e g r e e in m a n u f a c t u r ing technology Koch is e m p l o y e d as a m e c h a n i c a ] engineer a! How m e t Turbine C o m p o n e n t s C o r p P l y m o u t h



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MADONNAGRADS

Six P l y m o u t h residents recently w e r e a w a r d e d d e g r e e s f r o m Madonna College They a r e R i c h a r d Craig P a r k h u r s t sociology C a t h e r i n e Brennan G r e e n briar business a d m i n i s t r a t i o n . J o a n n e Plank. F a r m b r o o k . business administration Judith Rudzewicz. Colony F a r m business a d m i n i s t r a t i o n Penny King Ann Arbor Trail, nursing Sondra Gillon, T h o r n r i d g e nursing, and Robin Bollv, social s c i e n c e



JOIN H O N O R S O C I E T Y

Three local Madonna College seniors have been s e l e c t e d for m e m b e r s h i p in Kappa G a m m a Pi the national Catholic Honor Society They a r e Canton res idents Sara M c K e n n a and Mary Proctor and P l y m o u t h resident Judity Hud zewicz



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Mack, an attorney who attacked the old Road C o m m i s s i o n ' s s i x - y e a r "sweetheart" coo t r a c t with 74 top administrators. said that under Lucas's proposal there is a danger an executive could do tbe s a m e thing. "Suppose an executive is defeated for re-election Tbe executive could pve a five-year contract to his top poiUcal appointments without review by he County Commission, then tell them j hang on until he comes back in four ears," Mack said

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Youths turn from hunting, fishing By Tim Rkch«rd staff writer One reason Michigan s Department of Natural Resources has money trou bies is thai young people are turning up their noses al hunting, fishing and trapping and those license fees support many DN'R activities That observation c a m e from Dr Ronald Skoog the former Alaskan biol ogist who has been DN'R director the last eight months Skoog was inter viewed after a question-and-answer session with the Western Wayne County Conservation Club We re in a budget crisis, said Skoog who fielded questions on law en forcement f r o m the club's hunters and fishermen Our fisheries and wildlife depend on license fees. We ve got a $1 8 million deficit 4 shortfall J. and next year it will be H 5 million unless there are license fee increases THE NUMBER of licenses has de clined Skoog said On a national level federal money f r o m the tax on

hunting and fishing equipment is down It used lo be that a lot of youngsters trapped to m a k e pocket money They don't any m o r e You can blame it on affluence Some blame it on TY and say kids are looking at other things than hunting and fishing But I blame it on affluence Stand ards a r e changing DN'R s u f f e r s are wortung on a maze of fee changes to propose to the Michi gan Legislature The attitude of most Michigan United Conservation Clubs affiliates is one of acceptance Until 1981, the DN'R general purpose game and fish protection fund was aid ed by oil and gas lease sales in the Pigeon River Country Stale Forest Since then, oil revenues have tapered off. and the department has been living off the surplus The fund averages about $30 million a year

different idea We could stand some help in letters to the governor's office, particularly at the time the budget is being drafted In other states each department gets about the same percentage as the year before Once the governor has m a d e a deci sion we idepartment heads* are prettymuch obligated to go along with it For the fiscal 1985 budget (beginning Oct 1). Gov James J Blanchard rec ornmended a total of $218 5 million in combined federal and state funding up about 6 percent from the current year Blanchard put a high priority on at lacking the toxic waste problem which is in DN'R s bailiwick FOR HUNTERS. Skoog had these answers • Mourning doves Has D'NR giv en up its battle with the Audubon Socs ety over a mourning dove season" Across the U S , more mourning doves a r e shot than any other bird Doves a r e a resource that should be used There a r e not many dove hunters here fin

TO A CLUB member who asked whether sportsmen should write their legislators asking for bigger appropria tions for law enforcement Skoog had a

since then one thing was a $5 s u m p ing legislative action Payne said It would require two s e p a r a t e licenses for habiUt improvement If we can tm prove our habiUt. w e l l have good i Skoog added It would only be in areas designated by the Natural Resources pheasant hunting again Ironically the f i r s t Michigan Commission and that's not across the board " pheasant Skoog saw landed in the in • I P deer Kabila I Some increase famous toxic waste site in Genesee in upper peninsula lumbering will re County • Hungarian patridge These have suit in better habiUt for whiteuil deer and ruffed grouse been stocked where the habiUt was ad equate for pheasant The Hungarian partridge fills a niche between* TO ANGLERS. Skoog said pheasants and grouse • Walleye* Not all the Lake Erie • Elk The Natural Resources walleyes which could be u k e n artCommission has approved a hunt for 50 being caught But rather than allow commercial fishermen to u k e wai elk in the northeastern lower peninsu leyes, more sport fishing seems to be la i in the front part of December D e Uils of the drawings (for issuance of tbe answer licenses] haven't been worked out An • New fish species Results of in expected harvest of 40 cows and 10 troducing a new species aren't always bulls will allow the herd to level out at predicUble The salmon was an ex 650-800 without causing damage to periment that turned out extremely farms and browse well Both Michigan and Wisconsin have introduced into the Great Lake* • Cow elk - "If we only Uke bulls we're not going to control the popula- about as many salmon as they can s u p tion If you want to control the popula- port The Great Lakes Fisheries Com missions advises against stocking any tion, the key is to control the females • Two-deer limit — Michigan's bag m e r e The amount of salmon the lakes limit on deer has been one for genera- can support depends on the supply of food fish — mainly, alewives tions, but a two-deer proposal is await

Michigan) It s a great sport and they're not an easy shot They nest three times a year, he said, indicating the population can bounce back easily They come to bird feeders There s a lot of sentiment against shooting them. Skoog said "I'm for it. and I'm running the state fDN'R) • Wild tarkeyi — Turkeys a r e de vious I went turkey hunting last weekend Tbe next day I found tracks on top of my tracks A new area of stocking around Roscommon is doing well be cause the habitat has improved 1m mensely since pristine times In south ern Michigan we'll introduce m o r e tur keys There's a much better rmilder| winter down here Tim Payne, a district wildlife biologist, said wild turkeys from states with habitats similar to Michigan's are being stocked in Washtenaw and northwestern Oakland counties • Pheasants Michigan isn't alone in noticing a decline in the popular flashy g a m e bird New York. Ohio. In diana and even South Dakota have seen declines South Dakota has built up

On my way to -the Detroit Audubon Society sanctuary in St Clair County, I travelled 1-94 toward Port Huron Ulong the way I passed jhie time by searching the [trees for hawks sitting •and waiting for lunch f The section of I 94 from the Walter Reuther 11-696) to Port Huron is •Jhe best section of f r e e way I've found so far for hawk watching In February. another couple and my wife and I drove the same section on a Satur day morning on our way to Canada We all are avid hawk watchers, and among all four hawk eyes in the car, we counted 20 hawks in 42 miles — an average of one hawk every two miles AFTER A WEEKEND of crosscountry skiing at the Pinery, north of Sarnia, and a fine s u y at Bayfield Inn. we returned via tbe same route. This time, only one day later, e counted 29 hawks visile from the road — one jpvery 1 4 miles Most hawks we saw sat weekend and those ;n around the Detroit irea, are red-tailed hawks They are large jirds with a four-foot ringspan, have nearly chite breasts and sit kbout 22 inches in a very Upright position on their erches The hawk eyes" in our car had learned to check ••the tops of telephone •poles for unusual looking

Red-tailed hawk extensions the d e a d snags of trees for stocky, white, upright branch es" and generally to look for an irregular shape in a tree I would recommend hawk watching as an activity for passengers or kids to pass the time on long trips In fact, not only can it keep young riders occupied, but they

also can practice their math if ih^v want to calculate a ratio of the hawks seen to miles driven •

THE OTHER day. I saw only six hawks along the freeway Many birds have moved north or to other areas Like the bird I saw, some are sitting on eggs in their nests

Now is the time, how rrr-—before—lea vet.—bec o m e too thick, to watch, the trees for large, flat topped nests, supported by s o m e m a j o r t r e e branches Hawk nests are made mostly of sticks In con trast, squirrel nests are m a d e mostly of leaves, a r e globular in shape and a r e frequently near the outer branches of a tre«i Hawk nests are very sturdy structures and will r e m a i n i n u c t for several y e a r s Thus, many nests you may see will not be active But if you watch closely as you drive by. you m a y see the head or Uil of the incubating bird protruding from the nest That is a sure sign of an active nest ALL HAWKS and owls a r e protected by law

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T U D E N T ARTFEST 84 a p p a r e n t l y will not take place.

And that's too bad It's too bad the community won't get a look at the talent of youngsters in the Plymouth-Canton schools It's too bad students won't get to display their art work to someone beyond their teachers, parents, and fellow students It's too bad a community wide event which has been growing in popularity won't be repeated in 1984 It's too bad there still LS the lingering of bad blood between teachers and a d m i n i s t r a t o r s f r o m last fall — perhaps a n o t h e r manifestation of the c o u n t e r p r o d u c t i v e nurtured by the strike And it's too bad the art festival in Kel logg P a r k is being discontinued primarily because of a disagreement between facul ty m e m b e r s and central administration on support for the a r t s in Plymouth-Canton Community Schools LAST FALL, in the midst of s o m e r a t h e r heated relations between union and m a n a g e m e n t on bargaining issues, district art f a c u l t y m e m b e r s let it be known they would not participate as volunteers in Student Artfest 84 unless the a d m i n i s t r a tion d e m o n s t r a t e d a g r e a t e r c o m m i t m e n t to instruction in the a r t s The desired re sponse did not come The m a j o r i t y of the music and visual a r t s instructors have de clined to p a r t i c i p a t e in Artfest '84 The Observer believes it's wrong to de prive s t u d e n t s of the opportunity to show case their talents to the c o m m u n i t y be cause of a r i f t between faculty and administration We recognize that withholding of ser vices is one of the few effective e c o n o m i c and political weapons teachers possess Only recently, for instance. F r e d Thomann has decided to withhold his services as boys basketball headcoach because of a rift between coaches and the a d m i n i s t r a tion B U T BOYCOTTING can b a c k f i r e when the " p e n a l t y " is felt by the c o m m u n i t y and or students, and not directly by the administration. In the c a s e of the a r t s faculty and the coaches, the problem is allocation of limited funds. The best solution to that is increased funds, and about the only w a y to do that is seek voter approval of additional p r o p e r t y taxes A r e q u e s t f o r 1.7 mills will be on the J u n e 11 ballot It would have been wise for the a r t in-

structors and Thomann to wart for a verdict f r o m voters before withholding services The school board has not asked for additional millage in recent y e a r s Realistically. there is no way that voters would have approved a millage increase during the past two to three years, given the economic recession Today it is not a foregone conclusion a tax request will bite the dust We must wait and see It's too bad. though, that some have chosen not to wait

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A need to preserve purpose for letters T H E OBSERVER N e w s p a p e r s of P l y m o u t h and Canton have decided to adopt a new policy regarding l e t t e r s to the editor, and we want to s h a r e t h e c h a n g e and reasons for it with our readers The Observer always has e n c o u r a g e d a f r e e exchange of viewpoints f r o m r e a d e r s with letters to the editor being a f a v o r i t e m e a n s of sharing opinions We have had some r a t h e r basic guidelines concerning letters, such as asking that they b e typed or V r i t t e n legibly, limited to 300 words or less, be original copies, and contain the n a m e and address of the senders In r e c e n t months, however, this newspaper h a s been deluged with a p a r t i c u l a r type of l e t t e r which has p r o m p t e d us to t a k e a look a t how we do business and consider a c h a n g e We h a v e been receiving, and publishing. l e t t e r s f r o m groups expressing their a p p r e c i a t i o n to individuals and businesses who h a v e contributed gifts, t i m e or money to their event — usually a fund r a i s e r We have appreciated t h e f a c t that m e r c h a n t s and others chooae to support c o m m u n i t y events and h a v e felt that public recognition ot that p a r t i c i p a tion w a s a p p r o p r i a t e However, t h e practice has been abused and w e f e e l compelled to t a k e c o r r e c t i v e action. A recent e x a m p l e is a g r o u p which w r o t e a l e t t e r to thank all t h e contributors, and then want on t o list 144 - almost tbe equivalent o l the

Yellow P a g e s for the Plymouth-Canton community. Another less e x t r e m e case was a letter thanking a list of some 90 individuals and merchants. Such l e t t e r s take far too much space in our paper, at the expense of other pieces of information of interest to other r e a d e r s Thus a good purpose is not served because other readers a r e h a r m e d in an a t t e m p t to do a favor for a single group. We believe that m e r c h a n t s and residents fti Canton and P l y m o u t h will continue to be public-spirited citiiens, without getting public a c k n o w l e d g e m e n t in print We believe business persons and residents o f f e r their support because they a r e proud of their c o m m u n i t y , not for public recognition We also realize that at most events, the n a m e s of donors a r e listed on p l a c a r d s or a r e announced, or both Out of f a i r n e s s to all our readers, the Observer will no longer print l e t t e r s listing contributors It might be fitting for a group to submit a l e t t e r to the editor thanking all supporters, without n a m i n g them individually The O b s e r v e r would be glad to publish such a letter. We do want to get back to t h e original purpose of letters to tbe pditor — to p r o m o t e an exchange of ideas and opinions. P l e a s e feel f r e e to write us a t any time; but please don't ask us to print lists of n a m e s in our letter columns. T h a n k you for understanding j — Tfce Editors

~ —— » ^ ... r Opponent George Brown, said the government should assist any Industry that wants to Improve its •take in the world trade by voluntarily converting to the metric system. Members voting yes wanted to delete money to further U.S. conversion to the metric system. Voting yea: BroocnfteM Voting no: Hertel and Levis Not voting: Paraell and Ford SENATE JUDGES: Tbe Senate adopted. 67 for and 28 against, an amendment giving federal judges the same 4-precent pay raise that was awared to other federal employes at the beginning of 1984. This occured during debate on HR 2163 (helow). The amendment benefits all 700 or so federal judges, at an annual cost of $1.7 billion. Their salaries presently range from $65,000 to the $100,700 paid Chief Justice of the judiciary Sponsor George Mitchell. D-Maine,

m—.——— said federal judges are "highly deserving . . . men and women entrusted with the most serious responsibilities • • • • " No opponent spoke the amendment Senators voting yes favored a 4-percent pay raise for federal judges Carl Levis D. and Donald Riegle D voted yes BUDGET: By a vote of 38 for and 57 against, the Senate rejected a plan to cut in half the $600 billion in deficits projected for fiscal 1985-87 This .was the moat drastic of three major plan. before the Senate for attacking upcoming deficits, which each year will raise the national debt by at least $20 billion in added interest costs. It called for deferring tax indexing, freezing moat domestic spending for one year at 1984 levels, and slowing military spending to an after-inflation growth rate of 5 percent. The Senate later rejected another of the major plans (below), leaving center stage to President Reagan's proposal. " r

While tbe Reagan plan would raise military outlays by 8 percent and retain tax indexing, it would use spending cuts and tax increases to slaah $14$ 7 billion from the $600 billion figure. Its legislative vehicle is HR 2163, which awaited final passage. Mark Andrews. R-N.D., who sponsored the plan rejected by this vote, called Reagan's propoaal 'a half-way solution" and no match for "the monstrous deficits which stand poised to . . . kill our economy within a few short years ' Opponent Pete Domenlci, R-N.M.. "Nobody wants to balance the budget on Social Security or on Social Security recipients." Senators voting no disliked this pi»* for halving the next three years" deficit growth. Levia voted yes Riegle voted no. FREEZE: By a vote of $3 for and 65 against, the Senate rejected a plan to freeze nearly all dometstic and military spenoing spending lor for one ooe year at fiscal

1984 levels During fiscal 1985-87, the propoaal would have caused an estimated deficit reduction of $260 billion It clamped down on virtually every area of federal spending, from defense to Social Security. When the vote occured, the freese was the only remaining alternative ft> the president's leas-ambitious plan, which called for $144 billion in deficit cuts over three years. Sponsor Charles Grassley. R-Iowa, said a drastic remedy is needed because "I fear tha the unfolding fiscal disorder may reach unmanageable proportions."' Opponent Pete Wilson, R-Calif., said a freeze "has an appealing simplicity about It (and) Is convenient for the members of Congress because is excuses us from doing the harder job" of making selective budget cuts Senators voting no were opposed to a one-year freeze on virtually all federal spending Levin Levia and Riegle botl both voted no

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IT IS ALSO u n f o r t u n a t e that we have teachers and a d m i n i s t r a t o r s who seem to work against each other so o f t e n It does not have to be that way Curriula. textbooks, and learning p r o g r a m s can be built with input f r o m t e a c h e r s The cancellation of the Artfest is a sterling example of why m o r e c o o p e r a t i v e e f f o r t s a r e so badly needed Recognizing the a c h i e v e m e n t of young people is a goal t e a c h e r s and a d m i n i s t r a tors share It's too bad d i s a g r e e m e n t over the means has gotten in the way of both striving t o w a r d s that goal IN THE CASE of the Student Artfest. it's ironic that faculty m e m b e r s a r e pulling out because of a supposed lack of support for the a r t s f r o m the administalion The leadership for t h e art fair c a m e f r o m m e m b e r s of the art faculty, not f r o m the administration. Artfest w a s seen as a way to g e n e r a t e support f r o m t h e community a t - l a r g e for the a r t s — particularly for instruction in tbe a r t s A community cannot be enticed to lend m o r e support to finance the a r t s c u r r i c u l u m in one or two y e a r s The e f f o r t must be longrange Two art shows in Kellogg P a r k aren't enough to g e n e r a t e such long-range support. For this reason, too. it's too bad some instructors have lost patience with the present and decided to bail out The a r t s a r e i m p o r t a n t And we believe the community, if given tim e , will support a solid p r o g r a r ^ of a r t s instruction. And time now has been shortened The Artfest did r e q u i r e a lot of e x t r a energy, t i m e and hard work by instructors, administrators, and c o m m u n i t y leaders. Volunteers w e r e walking an e x t r a mile. It was a lot to ask But w a s it really too much to ask"*

ha yTII 11 •«»•» th n* . . jt- Tn __ "Ti Kuv Wa m i«TJTuiviikina t t i M in i«»TXT MII Ji » la TPtruxnx* travagant anywhere along the line.*' Members voting no wanted to increase child nutrition spending. HOUSE Voting yea William BroomfieW. R Birmingham. NUTRITION: The House rejected. Voting no Deuto Hertel, D-Detroit, 156 for and 270 against, an amendment William Ford, D-Taylor. leader Levi* to bold spending for several child nutriD-Southfield tioc programs at present levels. This METRIC. By a vote of 146 for and cleared the way for increase* of $1.2 143 against, tbe House adopted an billion over three years It occured duramendment to delete $500,000 for furing debate on HR 7. which later was ther study of \JS. conversation to the sent to tbe Senate metric system At issue were Administration-backed Tbe amendment was attached to a cuts in the program for feeding preg - National Bureau of Standards fundings nant and nursing mothers and infants bill (HR 5172) that later was sent to the fWIC), the school lunch program and Senate. The vote took place on a Thursother nutrition outlays HR 7 restores day after scores of members had left some cuts made under the 1981 town, and the high absenteeism enabled Gramm-Latt budget reconciliation bill, sponsored to score an ifhexpected vica cornerstone of Reaganomics tory Sponsor Steve Bartlett, R-Texas, Sponsor El doc Rudd. R-Arir. said "I said child nutrition programs "are strongly oppose government's unwarbeing assisted quite well" at cur- ranted promotion and costly imposition rent levels of metric on tbe American people Opponent Carl Perkins. D-Ky., said

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No This simole i m r i r M of rrf a simple word could use the services good advertising firm to belp spruce up it's image Few words which can be spoken in public produce such a universally negative reaction For example, when parents say no young children react with tears When childen say no parents react with rage When a politician says no to anything, it's a mat ter for headlines When an employee says no it may be a matter for the unemployment lines

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Help teens survive 'rites' TAKE A DASH of w a r m weather Add an up-coming graduation Put in alcohol Add loud music Mix in some uninvited guests Bring to a boil * That's a r e c i p e for something called Rites of Spring This is the t i m e for end of the y e a r high-school p a r t i e s P e r h a p s nothing is of g r e a t e r nuisance t o a suburban community than these loud parties For c e l e b r a t i n g teen-agers, there's the danger of drinking too much alcohol and a potential f a t a l accident For neighbors of teen-agers, t h e r e a r e the a g g r a v a t i o n s of loud noise and tire t r a c k s a c r o s s t h e front lawn For p a r e n t s there's the d i l e m m a of keeping teen p a r t i e s at home and condoning the drinking of alcohol by persons under 21. For police agencies, there's the problem of restraining n o r m a l l y law-abiding teenagers WHAT CAN B E DONE about Rites of Spring? F o r t u n a t e l y , it's a problem wh,cn is being a p p r o a c h e d f r o m m a n y different angles Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) sponsored meetings in Oakland

Nick Sharkey and Wayne counties on Tuesday to recom mend safety tips for teen-agers on prom night "We're trying to g e n e r a t e increased a w a r e n e s s on the part of students and the people around them to see if we can't get drink-free and drug-free people on the highways, said Lee Landes, MADD s Michigan spokesman and a Livonia resi dent Invitations to the sessions were sent to 255 private and public high schools The p r o g r a m ' s t h e m e is Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk Be a Friend " C a r d s with that m e s s a g e will be placed in tuxedo pockets in a r e a clothing rental s t o r e s as well as at local flower shops AT SEAHOLM High School in Birmingh a m , parents a r e organizing their own all-night party a f t e r the p r o m on J u n e 10 As parent Sue Watson said, "Having the

p a r t y in one place e l i m i n a t e s all the driv ing around all evening Many schools sponsor all-night senior parties a f t e r the p r o m Most parties don't p e r m i t coming and going Once you leave, you can't get back in and you must be present to win a door prize P A R E N T S WHO PLAN parties in their homes should stay h o m e They should let the police know — in advance — of the party The police should know how to reach parents in c a s e of complaints f r o m neighbors Teens planning p a r t i e s should r e s t r i c t the number of invited guests If they a r e partying away f r o m home, a designated driver' should be appointed whose job it is to remain sober and drive that night Neighbors n e a r teen p?rty sites should keep cool and be patient if the party gets a little loud Avoid calling the police Police a g e n t s should contact a parent at a house if c o m p l a i n t s a r e received When required at the site of the party, they should try to avoid a confrontation with the p a r t y g o e r s Through use of a dash of common sense by all parties involved.the "morning after headaches of R i t e s of Spring can be kept to a m i n i m u m

Public meeting in a home? H E R E IS a c a s e where the c u r e might be worse than the disease A few upper peninsula townships close down their town halls during tbe winter, according to s t a t e Rep Willis Bollard. RMilford So the township boards meet in p r i v a t e h o m e s to conduct business Tbe Open Meetings Act provides that ' all m e e t i n g s of a public body shall be open to the public and shall be held in a place available to tbe general public " In Bullard's analysis, t h e r e a r e two alternative solutions to tbe r u r a l townships' problem: 1) E i t h e r prohibit meetings in private residences 2) or allow them in priv a t e residences, but require the board to place a display advertisement (not an itsy-bitsy "legal notice") in the local newspaper Bullard's House Bill 4850 takes tbe sec ond tack: allowing meetings in p r i v a t e homes following a display a d v e r t i s e m e n t It sailed through tbe House of Represent a t i v e s and Is now in a Senate c o m m i t t e e ALTHOUGH POSSIBLY well-intended, tbe Bui lard bill would almost c e r t a i n l y open a can of w o r m s . > Instead of m e r e l y permitting a couple of unnamed U P r u r a l townships to solve a winter t i m e p r o b l e m , tbe bill would apply statewide — in a r e a s where they have 300 inches of saow and in a r e a s where t h e r e ' s r a r e l y m o r e than a f o o t Instead ot applying to a few r u r a l gov e r n m e n t s . It would apply to all 83 county

Tim Richard It'* time for the Michigan Legislature to close a loophole by prohibiting public boards from meeting in private homes. boards, 1,200 township boards, m a y b e 700 school boards. 29 c o m m u n i t y college boards, many dozens of cities and villages and an uncountable n u m b e r of parks boards, library boards, planning commissions and so on In other words, it would be an open invitation for public bodies to meet in pri v a t e homes. It would have, to use lawyer's jargon, a "chilling e f f e c t " on public participation W H A T S WRONG with p e r m i t t i n g public boards to meet in p r i v a t e homes as long as they a d v e r t i s e it in tbe paper Plenty e Public buildings a r e mostly on main roads which a r e tbe first ones plowed in tbe winter Residences m a y or m a y not be on main roads • Public buildings a r e usually m a r k e d

with a sign and easy to find P r i v a t e residences a r e u n m a r k e d e Public boildings have a d e q u a t e parking, commonly the streets a r e lighted Not so with p r i v a t e residences e Nowadays, most public buildings a r e accessible to tbe handicapped Most private residences aren't. e At a public building, you can walk up to the door, open it, walk in and find yourself a seat inconspicuously But you have to ring and ask a d m i t t a n c e to a p r i v a t e residence You m a y have to hunt around for a chair You feel conspicuous and you probably a r e m e a n t to feel that way T H E R E IS an excellent chance for a board to abuse the open meetings requirement by meeting in private homes It's easy The board can s i m p l y conduct its most important meetings in a private residence where public participation is chilled There, with a m i n i m u m of prying eyes, it can undertake the evaluation of the school superintendent, t h e big builder's request for a waiver f r o m t b e building code, the budget and other i t e m s of m a j o r interest In my reporting experience, about onethird of local g o v e r n m e n t officials have a bad attitude t o w a r d doing business in tbe public eye They c o m e up with dozens ot excuses for closed m e e t i n g s and m a n u f a c t u r e loopholes w h e r e tbe law intended none It's t i m e for t h e Michigan Legislature to close a loophole by prohibiting public boards f r o m m e e t i n g in private homes

IT IS SO difficult to use the word no that people often use camouflage We often are told "Well call you if something opens up. * or "we'll see." or "I have a headache tonight * Nevertheless, despite the camouflage, the bottom line is still no One reason for its bad image is that the word is often the vehicle to bear bad tidings No is the word that has informed you that you did not get the new job or the pay raise, that your propoaal of marriage was rejected, that your loan application was turned down

Patterson starts drive for capital punishment • y Kathy Parish staff wrtte<* Five years ago. L Brooks Patterson toured the state to kick off a petition drive to reinstate capital punishment for murder The unsuccessful effort took three years and cost $22,000 — including $11,000 of his own money Last week the Oakland County Proaecutor hit the same trail again. But this time hie expects his efforts to be successful. His aim is to gather 400,000 signatures by June 1986 to get 304,001 valid names Last time be needed 309,000 signatures but the Board of Canvassers ruled there were Insufficient valid signatures. "I said I wouldn't do it again unless an angel caHW along And it did," explained Patterson, who now has assured funding for the effort. Friends of John Gray, a Bloomfield Township man murdered Feb. 9 in his home, have raised $5,000 for the effort. They have pledged $50,000 for the campaign. which Patterson expecta to cost $30,000 "THESE ARE successful businessmen wbo were close friends of Mr Grsy wbo are adamant in their position that his senseless death will not have been in vain" The two men accused of murdering Grsy are scheduled to go to trial May 21 before Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Robert Anderson Along With funding. Patterson also has 7.500 circulators already In a computer "Last time, we had to build an organization from scratch,'' he explained during a press conference in his courthouse office As well as Pontiac, be kicked off drives In I^anslng. Grand Rapids, Traverse City, Alpena and Flint. The prosecutor also sent out 10,000 letters asking for support "I feel confident support is increasing around the state,"' Patterson said UP FOR RE-ELECTION this year, Patterson said his capital-punishment drive Is not timed as a campaign issue In fact, the prosecutor believes It will hart him with some voters "It's an emotional issue HI win some and lose some because of it," said Patterson, who sees it as an extension of his law-enforcement duties "We don't put s premium on human life in this society." he said firmly y "Capital punishment Is necessary to deter wouldbe killers It Is a just punishment a punishment that fits the crime " Patterson believes failure by society to punish killers could result In dtiaens taking matters into their own hands "1 can't condone vigilante justice as a PGpsecutor and dtiaen ."

2nd GOP to meet Secood Congressional District Republicans will gather for their Third Biennial Policy Conference from 9 30 am. to 2:M p.m. Saturday. May 12 in James A. McDivltt Hall of Jackson Community College. 'The Economy" and "Education" are topics. The day will Include speakeri and discussion A $9.50 registration fee includes lunch. Par Information: Elaine Donnelly. 464-0999



ing on a meal, we smile and nod to the affirmative when the waitress asks us, "Was everything all right?" And bow many times have each of us served on a committee, or attended a social function, or ran an errand simply because "I couldn't say DO "

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PERHAPS TIME has come to change our thinking about this misunderstood word I don't know of a scientific study that has actually proven it. but I suspect that people who can say no tend to live longer I do know that many cardiac rehabilitation programs teach participants the simple art of saying no When we fail to say no because of our quest to appear kind and polite, we often feel resentment towards the person putting us In such a position and

The word no has a bad image for another reason We live In a society where even though unethical behavior abounds, a polite, "nice-guy" image is highly valued. Most all of us have been encouraged since infancy to be kind and polite, and saying no just doesn't •eern to be kind and polite We therefore often feel guilty when we say no to our children After chok

towards ourselves for not taking a stand. Saying no allows us to be our own person and to avoid considerable stress and frustration BEING ABLE to say no does not mean that we are excused from being kind, polite, or even loving We can indeed say no politely When appropriate, we may wish to discuss our reasons for saying no not as an apology, bat as a courtesy. Other times we may just simply say no confident that no explanation or apology Is necessary because our own wishes are as valid as anyone else's. The nice thing about being able to say no is that it also makes us free to say yes When a friend asks a difficult favor of me, and I say yes we both know that I said yes not because it was something I had to do. but because It was something I wanted to do

Dennis Sugrue, Ph.D., of Farmington Hills, is a clinical psychologist at Henry Ford Hospital He welcomes questions and topics for future articles, but is unable to answer questions on an indiiHdual basis. Questions and topics may be sent to this newspaper.

"It's very serious. But there's still hope'. " W e II s e n d y o u r d a d to t h e K r e s g e Eye I n s t i t u t e at H a r p e r H o s p i t a l right a w a y . They have e v e r y t h i n g we m i g h t need."

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O u r s t o r y h a s b e e n d r a m a t i z e d here, b u t t h e s o r r o w of b l i n d n e s s > ~ by accident, b i r t h , d i s e a s e a n d a g i n g is very real T h e w o r k of t r e a t m e n t a n d c u r e is a j o u r n e y of d i s c o v e r y into d a r k n e s s ; t h e foy of v i s i o n itself a miracle of infinite c o m p l e x i t y And h o p e s p r i n g s f r o m t h e r e s e a r c h a n d clinical i n n o v a t i o n s of a few special facilities like t h e Kresge Eye I n s t i t u t e at H a r p e r Hospital Dedicated e x c l u s i v e l y to t h e p r o b l e m s of vision, t h e Kresge Eye Institute treats t h o u s a n d s of p a t i e n t s e a c h year Its research p r o g r a m s d e v e l o p n e w p a t h s of u n d e r s t a n d i n g Its clinical practice b r i n g s n e w t e c h n o l o g y t o m e d i c i n e a n d refines p i o n e e r i n g t r e a t m e m t e c h n i q u e s for o t h e r s t o follow T h i s i m p o r t a n t Medical C e n t e r r e s o u r c e g i v e s p r e s e n t h o p e to m i l l i o n s with»impaired vision t h r o u g h o u t t h e world a n d p r o m i s e s better vision for f u t u r e g e n e r a t i o n s

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TO MARK ITS 10TH anniversary, Michigan Council for the Humanities this year revived the almost forgotten Chautauqua tradition In the early 20th century, traveling Chautauquas brought notable, important issues and unusual entertainment to small towns around the country From late April through September several different circuits toured the U.S. with shows Do you long for finer things?" asked the narrator of one Greenfield Village tent show this week Chautauqua quenches the thirst for ideas " In a large tent on the green, the village is presenting four different halfhour shows, running them back to back from 10 a m to 4 30 p.m Chautauqua continues through Sunday Other activities include a suffrage tent, elocution lessons in the Scotch Settlement School, a Chautauqua slide show and an exhibit of United States woods There is also a Junior Chautauqua featuring turn-of-the-century games and activities It's a chance for computer whizzes to try stilts, badminton and the challenge of bean bag and ring tossing.

OW ARE YOU?" Teddy Roosevelt asked a young admirer " I ' m , not born y e t , " quipped the boy, eagerly shaking the presidential hopeful's hand. That's a typical exchange this week in Greenfield Village, where kids in jogging shoes and Michael Jackson Tshirts are meeting famous people from the past And it's easy to forget what decade you're in While waiting to hear a speaker, more than one little voice asked meekly, But isn't he dead?" "Well, it's not really him" was the usual reply FOR ITS FIRST Tent Chautauqua, Edison Institute has turned time back to 1912 when the Titanic sank, women couldn't vote and Woodrow Wilson, William Howard Taft and Teddy Roosevelt were vying for president On hand for the weeklong event are some of those heroes, as well as a variety of others like lawyer Clarence Darrow. suffragist Jeannette Rankin, humanitarian Jane Addams, humorist Opie Read, dramatic reader Mrs Stafford. and even Uncle Norman, the chalktalker 'It's nice that you're here and not in the factories like the children in New York, ' said Roosevelt, portrayed by WJR disc jockey Pat McElroy And you think school is tough,"' Redford teacher Bob Hanley kidded his Stuckey School students, listening in-

WOMEN'S RIGHTS and child labor were two popular topics, running through several speeches "Do you like ice cream'*" suffragist Jeannette Rankin asked a weekday audience filled with school children "I forgot to tell you that I'm not going to

Mary H a l s t a a d , laad I n t e r p r e t e r for t h a Edison I n s t i t u t e , p o r t r a y e d e l o c u t i o n t e a c h e r Miss P a t t e r s o n . S h e c a l l e d t e a c h i n g t h e p r o f e a eion " d i s t r e s s e d g e n t l e w o m e n t u r n e d to to m a k e a living."

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let this half of tha. audience vote," she added, pointing out the "injustice ot a society that shuts out half the people. "1 want to vote, and I want to vote on more important issues than ice cream." In the suffrage tent, visitors were asked to sign petitions calling for women's right to vote "I know when you go home your husband will u k e exception to this, but you be strong," a suffragette told one signer TEACHING ELOCUTION, which she describes as the 'art of expressive speaking." schoolteacher Miss Patterson had pupils do head rolls, make "prune" faces and practice tongue twisters Together, students from Kenbrook School in Farmington Hills recited "A big black bug bit a big black bear and the big black bear bled blood " "You like it?" asked the schoolmarm portrayed by Mary Halsted, lead interpreter for the Edison Building. "Excellent I think you have it. You now have the basics and should be able to go out there and speak with effect " WHILE EDISON INSTITUTE has featured historical characters in programs since 1971, the weeklong Chautauqua called for more than ever And employees and volunteers eagerly auditioned to portray their favorites In preparation for the weeklong event, they researched their characters' positions on various issues and even their mannerisms But turning back the clock isn't easy And there were occasional slips into the 1980s

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Dan Dean "I see you're a women's libber — oops, suffrage supporter,"' one turn-ofthe-century gentleman told a visitor sporting a yellow ribbon given her for signing the women's rights petition "This is something we've never done before, and that makes it very exciting." said theater department chairman Joseph French, who portrayed politician William Jennings Bryan "We all wanted to be part of i t "

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First f a s h i o n s h o w Well we did it We had our first (ash WE EVEN HAD a few last-muiule ion show entries in both categories and Kathy Tbe crowd was a bit smaller than we helped by adding descriptions of these had hoped for. but tbe spirits were high to our commentary We had a little and they seemed to enjoy themselves trouble getting tbe lineup straight But We had guests from many com muni it was well worth it, for what we lost in ties, Garden City, Westland. Plymouth the confusion, we more than made up Plymouth Township, Belleville. Dear for in the viewing enjoyment of the bom Heights Livonia, Dexter and Defashions troit For one, Helens* Duns ton modeled a I wish I could review it all for you, gown she made herself 10 years ago but I'll just touch on some highlights with a cape made in the period which We had some learning to do First and we are celebrating, around 1850 The foremost, committee members should beautiful cape was made of velvet and not beeome ill This is very important quilted inside She also showed us tbe Having sick helpers is inconvenient, it beautiful watches once owned by her confuses everything mother and grandmother Although we Second, be sure you have someone called her name out of sequence she assigned lo EVERY job, especially if was equal to the task She tipped into you don t adhere to rule ooe Now I place and appeared on cue Thank you. won t bother you with details, however Heloise To all the models, both Sesquia few congratulations are in order centennial and Wmkelman s, how could First, as always, congratulations to you we have asked for anything more'' You who attended the show m an effort to were beautiful and took directions support our community You re terrif quickly With the brief prompting you ic Like the president of the Friends of received, you proved yourselves to be the Canton Library. Ann Colwei! and great improvisers Since time was her daughter Candi Even though the short and guests started to arrive at Friends were sponsoring their used 11 30 a m . some of tbe models dldn t book sale at the same time she made even get a run-through But you would the effort to come over and support our never have known that They were fan project tastic Then there was Kathy Freece With In approximate order of their ap^ out rehearsal Kathy came in at the pearance I can t resist naming them las! moment to help She shared the du Sesquicentennial. Shirley Winkel. Lisa ties of describing all the beautiful fash Jeffries Joan Chakrabarty. Carol Boions both Sesquicentennial and denmiller Marv Perna. Wmkelman s to our guests Not an ton. Renee Larson. Phyllis Redfern easy task if you have never seen the Greta Poole Carol Dugan. Mane Beat descriptions before Thanks Kathv He Rosemary Reiz and Jessica Boden

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NOW WHAT did you do last weekend"' * A few messages are in order To Mary Dingeldey. who had surgery just before the fashion show ione of our medical drop-outs' hope you re up and at em quick' To Jan Talbot who also had surgery recently get well soon The nice weath er is on its way Congratulations to all the kids who were confirmed by Bishop Moses An derson at St John Neumann Parish, es pecially Kim Collins Julie Donhost Scott Gerus. Richard Karpinski. Dena Sokolowski and son Alan Preblich I'RGENT message to the Class of '7i graduates of Plymouth High School a 10-year reunion is planned and they are missing E75 people The reunion will be June 16 at the Holiday Inn West in Livonia, beginning at 6 p m with dinner at 7 30 p m Cost is 125 per person and they already have responses from 100 classmates So if you or anyone you ' . —give Lisa Kelly Nicol a call at 397-0538 They are planning on a lot of fun and the more the merrier

Canton senior class party has Roaring Twenties theme Parents of Plymouth Canton High School seniorare planning a Roaring 20s party for the cradu ates The party will be 10 p m to 4 a m Wednesday June 13 in the school after graduation ceremonies The class of 84 will have a full evening of conlin uous entertainment The Krosswinds'" band will provide live music Magician Bill Helney. hypnotist David Rowe, and other surprise entertainment will offer a wide variety of fun for everyone

A millionaires party, prizes, favors and food in a 20s atmosphere will round out the celebration Advance tickets have been mailed to graduating seniors and if paid for before May 15 will cost $8 After May 15. the price will be J10 Advance ticket holders will be eligible for two prizes, a television

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BETTER THAN than the first, we all on department- and D P * , along are ready for the secood" with our township in general for bringIt's time for the Canton International ing this tournament to Canton Fantas Soccer Tournament Well, we re going Uc is tbe only word for it! to do it again, Memorial Day weekend So get ready for a weekend bf fun May 25. 26, 27 with 28th as a ram date right here It's free, fun and right in Once again it will be directed by'our your backyard Tbey will have hot able leader Phil LaJoy. wbo was noth dogs. pop. pizza, chips, pretzels, freoch ing short of spectacular last year with fries and orange juice on hand for pur the help of his well^hosen staff chase as well as a bake sale You will This year we've gone from 98 to 132 even be able to buy your own T-shirt teams and it's only our second year painter's hats or patches The Chamber Not only did last year's teams come of Commerce is sponsoring a contest back but we've added more Teams with tickets only $1 Grand prize is from Indiana Michigan. Ohio and Can- $500 On Saturday tbe Canton Rotary is ada will gather in our little land to sponsoring a pancake breakfast, a meet and be recognized for their chance to get up and started early with achievement the whole family' Tbe fun begins on at First- and second-place trophies will 6 p m Friday, May 25 Try to be there for the first whistle Let's show some be awarded in each of the 20 age divi real support for our kids and the excitsions That gives eacb and every child ing job the Soccer Club has done 1*11 no matter how old. a chance to be rec ognized Even if they don't win a tro- keep vou posted, but put this on your phy. each child participating will calendar now receive a free T-shirt, and a patch with the logo of our tournament on it. See you all next week Call me if you I hope you are all proud of the get a chance, and we'll put YOUR achievemnt of our soccer club recre ' name in my column

Simoni-Kelly Mr and Mrs Henry R Simoni of Hillcrest Court Plymouth announce the engagement of their daughter Roxanne. to Robert Allen Kelly, son of Mr and Mrs James P Kelly of Woodsboro The bride-elect graduated from Plymouth Canton High School in 19T5 She attended Eastern Michigan University for one year and earned an associ ate degree in applied science at Schoolcraft College in 1979 She is employed as a secretary in tbe Commercial Loan Department of Michigan National Bank-West Metro Her fiance graduated from Shrine High School ui 1971 He graduated from Eastern Michigan University in 1976 with a bachelor's degree in math and physics He is employed as a systems analyst at Ford Motor Co

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DR. YVAN SILVA. the singing doctor f r o m Detroit who r e c o r d s a l b u m s and recently appeared on the Merv Griffin Show, will perform in Sunday s c o n c e r t Other guest perf o r m e r s a r e Shyla Mathew, Steven Cyriac and Vidya C h a n d r a s e k h a r . Syriac Thomas of Chicago will be a s s o c i a t e music director of tbe concert To m a k e the m u s i c a l n u m b e r s m o r e meaningful and enjoyable, e a c h will be preceded by an a p p r o p r i a t e e x p l a n a t i o n and c o m m e n t a r y The concert will be f r o m 3-5 30 p.m. in the school on Joy Road west of Canton Center Road Admission i s 1 5 and 110 with p a r t of tbe profits going to Mother Teresa's mission in Detroit and the N a r g i s Dutt Cancer Foundation Tickets m a y be p u r c h a s e d at the door or in advance at Food and Flavors. Sheldon Road, and Indian S a r e e P a l a c e , Ford Road in Canton Township, and Westland India Gifts National a n t h e m s of United States and India will be sung Devotional music will include both Christian and Hindu religions

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WARD P R E S B Y T E R I A N Dr Bartlett Hess will speak on "A Mother's Pay'' at the 8 30. 10 and 11 30 a.m services Sunday. May 13. at Ward Presbyterian Church, Livonia The 120voice chancel choir will sing "O Divine Redeemer and special music will be provided by a mother-and-daughter ensemble Margaret Hess will speak on The Stages of Motherhood" at the 7 p.m Mother's Day service •

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Garage sale to aid First Step program First Step is seeking household goods for its g a r a g e sale fund-raiser to help victims of domestic violence Household items in good condition are being requested, such as appliances (in working condition only), antiques, furniture, baby furniture, china or

silverware, toys, knickknacks and homemade c r a f t s Fi.-st Step asks that donors do not give clothing or books No pickups will be accepted For information, call First Step at 525-2230

sociation has sc. juled the Wayne, Westland area s first Crop Walk for world and local hunger for Sunday. June 3 Nine churches have been involved in the initial planning for the walk Coordinator for the walk is Nancy Lang from Wayne First United Methodist, 722-2897. Publicity chairman is the Rev Kelvin Kronemeyer, pastor of Good Shepherd Reformed Church, 7210800 or 326-5220 Recruitment chairwoman is Karen Westley from Good Shepherd, 278-6056 Arrangements cochairwomen are Nancy Lang and Joyce Potvin from Grace Moravian Church. 728-9385 The development of the walk is under the supervision of Dave Bower, the Michigan director of Church World Service Crop, (517) 4847144

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FAIRLANE ASSEMBLY Dr Judson Cornwall and the "Revivaltime" broadcast choir will participate in Mother's Day weekend services at Fairlane Assembly. 22575 Ann Arbor Trail, Dearborn Heights Cornwall, a Bible teacher and author, will speak at the 8 30 and 10:30 a m services Sunday. May 13, and at the 7 p.m. services Monday and Tuesday. May 14 and 15 The "Revivaltime" choir will join Cornwall in the 8 30 and 10:30 Sunday services The choir is under the direction of the Rev Cyril McLellan. choir director for "Revivaltime." the international radio broadcast of the Assemblies of God.

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D e d i c a t i o n of t h e c a n l l o n b e l l s a t S t M i c h a e l s L u t h e r a n C h u r c h of C a n t o n will b e o b s e r v e d a t 11 a m S u n d a y in h o n o r of P a u l i n e Dividock, a m e m b e r of t h e c o n g r e g a t i o n w h o d i e d l a s t Dec e m b e r The bells a r e a gift f r o m her h u s b a n d , A n d r e w , and c h i l d r e n . L a w rence, T i m o t h y , Elaine Pilar and Kathl e e n D a v i s A s h o r t p r o g r a m of h y m n s will s o u n d t h e c a l l to w o r s h i p St Mic h a e l ' s is a t 7 0 0 0 S h e l d o n R o a d

DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA C i r c l e 764 of t h e D a u g h t e r s of Isabella of O u r L a d y of F a t i m a will h a v e a d i n n e r and c a r d p a r t y a t 6 10 p m T u e s d a y . May 15. in t h e I m m a c u l a t e C o n c e p t i o n K n i g h t s of C o l u m b u s H a l l . 30759 F o r d - G a r d e n C i t y T i c k e t s are $3 50 p e r p e r s o n T h e r e w i l l b e a r a f f l e a n d door prizes

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a t t h e 7 10 p m S a t u r d a y . M a y 12. j n e e t i n g of t h e S p i n n a k e r s s i n g l e s ^ r o u p T h e m e e t i n g will Lake p l a c e in -the F e l l o w s h i p H a l l of F i r s t P r e s b y t e n a n C h u r c h of N o r t h v i l l e , 200 E M a i n Cost p e r p e r s o n is 12 R e f r e s h m e n t s will be s e r v e d F o r i n f o r m a t i o n , c a l l the c h u r c h at 349-0911

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"An Herb S a m p l e r " will be conducted by the Southern Michigan Unit of the Herb Society of America at a symposium Saturday. May 19, at the Wayne County Extension and Education Center, 5451 Venoy Road, Wayne. Speakers will be Marilyn Ferguson, who will demonstrate herbal crafts, and Yvonne Gill, whose culinary career has spanned three continents, will present "The Culinary Use of Herbs — A C h e f s A p p r o a c h " Margaret Reed, a fourth generation herbalist from Beaver Falls, Pa., will bring "Early Amer-

ican Dyeing — Out of the Past and Into the Future " Jean Riggs, owner of Sunshine F a r m s in Milford, will discuss "The How-To of Herb Gardening." a program geared for the beginner and advanced gardener COST O F THE DAY, which runs f r o m 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. is $25, and includes an herbal lunch Registrations may be mailed to Dolores Weiss, 2877 Courville, Bloomfield Hills 48013, or call 647-0283 or 6474799 for f u r t h e r information

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Excess — a chance for us to share Sometimes everything is different, but nothing is changed Sometimes everything is changed, but nothing is different Which is only to say that any way you look at it. we have trouble handling God's providence Early reports of the 1984 winter wheal harvest indicate another b u r n e r crop This is bad news for Reagan's reelection bid and f a r m e n ' profits Nothing was said about the millions of people (there a r e reports of five million people in southern Africa alooe) dying from starvation — not having enough to eat. Most people of the western world are at least slightly aware of tbe Biblical •tory of Joeeph in Egypt Acclaimed as the i n t e r p r e t e r of Pharoah's dreams, be ia assigned the administration of Egypt's cyclical abundance and famine He docs so wisely, bet his administrative success ultimately creates po-

moral perspectives Rev. Lloyd Buss litical threats to Pharoah's rule A new Pharoah. unacquainted with Joseph, instituted the practice of Infanticide It was the beginning of the revolution known as the Exodus NO O N E IS sccusing anyone of infanticide with the early reports of a bumper wheat crop, re-election bids, eroding f a r m profits, etc It's just that with all our experience In life's way. one should be able to assume a different kind of response to the gifts of providence than election concerns and profits

The same report, predicting a bumper wheat crop for 1M4 included the statement that "there is not more than five cents worth of wheat in a one pound loaf of bread." There is so much more to bread on the table" than meets the eye SoluUons to our dilemma will obviously be difficult to fashion Some issues are legitimate political issues and others are not One of Joseph's great contributions to the experience of life was his refusal to m a k e the gathering and distribution of food into a political I

The Pharoah reigning at that time also refused to make It into one Hum s nitartan concerns took precedence over political issues It was only when political issues replaced humanitarian concerns lhat the struggle of life ended ia death. I don't have the solution tor the consequences of the predicted bumper wheat crop for, 1984 However, knowing the nature of humanity, our capacity for both good and evil and some of our experience in history, the solution of that issue will be the very test of what we deem important Making the bumper wheat crop a political #oocern. and dismissing lightly the extent of f a m i n e in the world can only be the beginning o4 disaster Instead of regarding the predicted b u m p e r wheat c r o p a s a potential pohctra) problem, it should be regarded as aa opportunity for the experience of sharing God's providence

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dubs in action ConltnueO Irom P»g« 4 • BEREAV E D P A R E N T S GROUP Self-help group for parents who have .cist a child will meet at 8 p m Monday May 21 at Newman House Schoolcraft College 1 "300 Haggerty. Livonia For information or assistance call Raymond or Gloria Collins 348 •!857 •

GARAGE SALE Oakwood Hospital Volunteers (iuild is planning a g a r a g e S a m W 5 p m Friday and Saturday. May 11 and 12 The fund raiser for the Oakwood Can ton Center will be in Franklin Palmer Subdivision, south of Cherry Hill on •iheldon Proceeds will go to community education needs diabetes class CPR speech therapy and so on Anoth er gargae sate fund raiser is planned for the following weekend in Sunflower Subdivision • PARENTS WITHOUT PART NERS Plymouth Canton chapter of Parents Without Partners will meet at 8 30 p m Friday, May 12 in the VFW Hall on Hi* Road north of Ford It will be a general meeting with dancing from 9 p.m to 1 m All single parents are welcome

85 Girl Scout registration 6 30-8 30 pm Thursday, May 17, at ibe school Tickets for the social will be on sale Friday morning, May U . at the school with a limited number available at the door the evening of the fund-ra iser • LAKE POIN'TE G A R D E N CLUB Lake Pointe Village branch of the Woman's National F a r m & Garden Association will meet at 7 30 p m Thursday. May 10, at the home of Donna Keough Theme will be "Spring in the Country, and there will be a garden tour Darlene Sommerville will chair the meeting Co-hostesses will be Holly Pederson, Virginia McGraw and Mick ey Pennybacker •

LA L E C H E L E A G U E Plymouth-Can ton La Leche League gives practical information and en couragement on an informal mother to m o t h e r basis " T h e A r t of Breastfeeding and Overcoming Diffi culti.es" will be the topic when the group meets at 7 30 p.m. Thursday, May 10. at Geneva United Presbyterian Church classroom building, 5835 N Sheldon, Canton Township For information call 453-9171 or 459-1322 Nurs ing babies are welcome

coocert. All Our Best, at 7 p m Sat urday. May 19, and Sunday. May 20. at Plymouth Salem High School on Joy just west of Canton Center Road Tick ets at $4 for adults and $2 for students and senior citizens are available at Sideways. 525 Forest Avenue tn Plymouth or Book Break. 44720 Ford i Kmart Plaza) in Canton This year s After-Glo will be open to the public for the first time, in the Mayflower Meet ing House immediately after the con cert Tickets a r e $3 50 After-Glo fea tures hors d oeuvres and a cash bar

want to crew Sailing Singles welcomes you aboard Call 455-5683 for more in formation about membership and club activities • F A T H E R S FOR EQUAL RIGHTS Group meets at 7 30 p m the third Wednesday of each month at the Oak Park Community Center 14300 Oak Park Blvd Oak Park Group is dedi cated to helping divorced parents and their children achieve a fair and balanced relationship with a minimum of intrusion from the court system For more information call Al Lebow 354 3080



SWEET ADELINES Midwest Harmony Chapter Sweet Adelines Inc sings at 7 30 p m Wednesday evenings in the community room Kirk of Our Savior. Westland Cherry Hill between Wayne and New burgh roads Women who like to sing four part h a r m o n y are invited to attend For information, call Barbara Williams, 721-3861



NEW BEGINNINGS New Beginnings, a group for adults and children who have lost a loved one through death, meets regularly 7 30-9 p m the second and fourth Wednesday of each month in St John's Episcopal Church. Sheldon Road south of Ann Ar bor Trail Registration is not necessary and sessions a r e free For information call T e r n Sweeney 459-5160 or 453 0190. or Jack Martin. 420-2947

• CANTON N E W C O M E R S FORM I N T E R E S T GROUPS New interest groups are being formed including crafts, call 453-6552 and a mah-;ong group, call 455-5848 Instruction will be given on both games

• CANTON NEWCOMERS MORNING PLAY G R O U P Watch your youngster cavort with other children while you relax with other moms over a hot cup of coffee Play group meets 10 a m to noon once a month in m e m b e r s homes For infor mation. call Cathy, 459-0897

School 1000 S Haggertv The new troop has room to grow and is looking for boys interested in learning or tm proving their outdoor skills • CIVITAN C L l ' B Tbe club meets at 6-30 p m the third Thursday of each month for a dinner meeting at Hillside Inn Men and women a r e invited to learn about CiviUns and their service projects lor the com munlvy A wrestling tournament, band boosters and Special Olympics to aid mentally retarded people a r e just a few Call 453-2206 for more informa tion • M O T O R CITY S P E A K E A S Y T O ASTM A S T E R S Motor City Speakeasy club m e e t s at 7 p m the second and fourth Monday of each month in the Mayflower Hotel Plymouth Members learn to speak ef fectively. build self-confidence and be come a better listener For more in/or mation, call Jim Rollinger 422-7385

! • BREVITIES DEADLINES B A n n o u n c e m e n t s for Bretnnes ;hould be submitted by noon Monlay for the T h u r s d a y issue a n d KJioon T h u r s d a y for the Monday isHLsue B r i n g in o r m a i l a n n o u n c e | g m e n t s to t h e Observer at 489 S |8.Vfain. P l y m o u t h 48170 Forms are gjat-aUabie upon request The Bretnn e s c o l u m n is for use by non-profit organizations m the Plymouth-Canton c o m m u n i t y



I S B I S T E R BOY S C O U T S Boy Scout Troop 1540 meetsft-730 p m Mondays in Isbister School. 9300 North Canton Center Road Tbe small troop has room for more boys wbo er joy outdoor activities . F o r more infor mation. call Ken Hauser 45»-3457 •

EPILEPSY GROUP Epilepsy Support P r o g r a m , a self help group, meets 7 30 p.m In All Saints Lutheran Church, New burgh at Joy. Livonia, on tbe first and third Thursday of each month for two hours

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• HORSEBACK RIDING. G O L F & AEROBICS Monday, May 14 - Horseback riding and golf lessons, and aerobic dance classes are being offered by city of Plymouth Parks and Recreation beginning the week of May 17 For further information on these classes call the department at 455-6620 • Horseback riding lessons in both English and Western saddle will be available for all levels of riders f r o m beginners to advanced, at least eight years of age Classes will be at the re Equestrian Academy in Wlx W iiidshir om, will be held -after school, and will run for eight weeks • Learn the basic skills of golf f r o m the professional staff at Oasis Golf Center for four weeks 6 30-7 30 p m Mondays for ages 6-12 and 7 30-8 30 p m Mondays for ages 13 and older Practice clubs a r e available or bring your own Classes run four weeks • The aerobics class is dance and exercise set to popular music, structured to improve encurance, cardiovascular fitness, and to increase muscle tone and flexibility Wear comfortable clothes and gym shoes The class is 7 30-8 30 p m on Mondays for six weeks

• P L Y M O U T H L I B R A R Y COM MISSION Monday. May 14 - The Plymouth Community Library Commission will hnlri a general meeting beginning at 7 p m in Dunning Hough Library Open to public



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HOSPITAL G A R A G E SALE Friday, Saturday. May 11-12 — Oak wood Hospital Canton Center's second annual fund-raising garage sale will be (veld in Franklin P a l m e r Subdivision from 9 a.m to 5 p m sponsored by the Oakwood Hospital Volunteer Guild to raise money for educational material 11 e . CPR equipment speech terapy for children J

SPRING ARTS FEST Saturday, Sunday, May 12-13 The city of Plymouth in cooperation with the University Artists & Craftsmen Guild is sponsoring the Spring Arts Festival in Kellogg Park The show will feature more than 130 artists from across the state There also will be live entertainment and food during show hours which a r e 10 a m to 9 p m Saturday and 10 a m to 6 p m Sunday

MIDDLE EAST & SECURITY Monday. May 14 - Richard Cleaver, Peace Education Secretary for the American Friends Service ' C o m i f t e e . will speak at 7 30 p.m at the Peace Resource Center of Western Wayne County on the topic of "The situation in the Middle East as it is related to global security " The center is located upstairs at the Newman House, 17300 Haggerty. Livonia For more informa tion call 464-7766

S T E E L E R S FOOTBALL Saturdays, May 12. 19 - PlymouthCanton Junior Football Association Steelers Football is holding a registration for players and cheerleaders ages 9-13 f r o m 10 a m to 1 p m in the lobby of Phase III. the Plymouth Canton High gymnasium-music building Registra tion for veterans only will be on Saturday. April 7. and open registration will be on Saturdays. May 12, 19 Bring birth c e r t i f i c a t e Registration fees will be $40 each for players, $25 each for cheerleaders, and $i00 m a x i m u m per family T e a m s are limited, practice starts in August The Steelers belong to the Western Suburban Junior Football League For more information, call 459-0299 or 459-6347

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CIVITAN S I N G L E S Civitan Singles meets the first Tuesday of each month for a business meeting at Emerson Junior High School 00 West Chicago in Livonia A social meeting is held the third Tuesday of each month at Hillside Inn. Plymouth. Charge for dinner is $9 Meetings begin at 6 30 p.m All singles 21 and older are welcome For information call 4271327 =





? • COMMUNITY BAND POPS •CONCERT Friday May 11 Plymouth Com munity Band, under the direction of I C a r l Battishill. will perform a Pops J Concert beginning 8 p.m in the Little j Theatre of Plymouth Canton High | School Admission ts free

• CHUCK H E I D T M E M O R I A L • F I E G E L BOY SCOUTS CONCERT • PLYMOUTH G A R D E N CLUB Boy Scout Troop 1539 meets 7 30-9 Don Sinta aaatophmvat—Brian ''nr.— — T h e Plymouth branch of tn* W'om- p m Thursdays at Fiegel Elementary nelly, pianist, and Connie Barrens an's National Farm & Garden Associa School. 39750 Joy Road Bill Cousins • CANTON R O T A R Y • CANTONJAYCETTES soprano will p e r f o r m at the Chuck tion will have its annual meeting at and his troop of 15 boys enjoy monthlyINVITE MEMBERS Canton Rotary Club meets at noon Heidt Memorial Concert at 4 p m Sun 12 30 p m Monday. May 14, at the outings learning different skills New • ZESTERS Monday in the Roman Forum on Ford The Canton Jaycettes need women day. May 13. in the Little Theater of home of Mrs Bruce Richard Juanita members are welcome Call 981-3208 Zesters. a club for Canton residents Road between Haggerty and Lilley ages 18-35 to assist in conducting comPlymouth Canton High School P r o Fenkell will chair the tea c o m m i t t e e for information 55 and older, meets at 1 p m Thurs Lunch is $5 For information, call Richmunity service programs For informa ceeds from concert will endow the days in the Canton Recreation Center ard Thomas. 453-9191 tion about meeting dates, call Lona 01 principal cello chair of the Plymouth • NEWBORN CARE • SAILING S I N G L E S 44237 Michigan, at Sheldon Member son. 981-4444. or Vickie Bush, 451-0522 Symphony Orchestra Sealing capacity Two-week course for expectant cou Sailing Singles, a metro-area club de ship fees a r e t l to join and t l per • JAYCETTESSEEK is 250 in the Little Theater Tickets for pies begins Tuesday, May 15. at Gene signed especially for active single peo month The Zesters have monthy pot • PANCAKE BREAKFAST MEMBERS the concert may be purchased in ad va United Presbyterian Church. 5835 pie ages 21 and up, with a particular lucks Bingo, movies and trips The.The Mayflower-Lt Gamble Ladies vance at Beitner J e w e l r y on Ann Arbor The Plymouth Jaycettes need womSheldon Road Canton Township For interest in sailing and windsurfing, is club is looking for pinochle players Auxiliary. Veterans of Foreign Wars, Trail for a donation of $25 Patron do en 18-35 to assist in conducting internal information call Plymouth Childbirth accepting m e m b e r s h i p applications for Lunch is served at 11 30 a m and res will again serve pancake breakfasts nation of $100 includes two tickets and community service p r o g r a m s Education Association. 459 7477 the 1984 season Scheduled activities ervations can be made 24 hours in ad the first Sunday of each month 8 a m Checks should be m a d e payable to the Tbev also need help in assisting tbe include day, evening and weekend cru vance For m o r e information about the to 1 p m at the post home. 1426 S Mill. Plymouth Symphony Society Heldt Javcees in their projects such as runaises on the Great Lakes as well as picclub call the Canton Senior Citizen off • G E N E A LOG IC A L S O C I E T Y Plymouth The menu includes pan Fund Donations a r e tax deductible way hot line, muscular dystrophy ice 397-1000, Ext 278 Western Wayne County Genealogical nic sails and windsurfing on the cakes sausage, eggs, french toast Shamrock Drive, cystic fibrosis, Kis» smaller lakes Social events are held Society will meet at 8 p m Wednesdaymilk orange juice and coffee Cost of Your Baby Week. Christmas Cheer, • A L P H A XI D E L T A throughout the year Educational proMay 16 in Carl Sandburg Library • F I E L D BOY S C O U T S breakfast is $2 for adults and SI for Fall Festival project and Haunted Alpha Xi Delta Alumnae s last meet 30100 Seven Mile Road, west of grams help sharpen sailing skills Boy Scout Troop 855 meets 7-8 30 children 5 and under Everyone is wel House ing of the season will be at 7 p m Tues Middlebetl. Livonia Guest speaker Whether you own your own boat or p m Wednesdays in Field Elementary come Call Cindy Ellison, 459-8659 day. May 15. at the home of Diane Betty Sparkman will discuss Jewish Coates 12062 Amherst, Plymouth and Eastern European sources Admis / Township They a r e planning a picnic sion is free and open to the public supper and a swim iweather permit tingl RSVP to Coates, 459-3772 or • P L U S IS T E N Wendy DuVall-Angelocci. 348-7049 A dessert reception in honor of PLUS'S 10th anniversary party will be • PRENATAL EXERCISES 12 30-1 SO p m Friday. May 11 in the Six-week prenatal exercise class be annex gym of Central Middle School. gins Wednesday, May 16, in New Bird Church al Main The reception will Methodist Church. 36500 Ann Arbor includes 4 Qts precede a parent program scheduled Tail. Livonia Call the Plymouth ChildMobil HD 30W for 1.30 p m with Peg Tracey. consult No appointment necessary birth Education Association. 459-7477 and complete lut>« ant. presenting "Color Me Beautiful " • Our o(ia meet ell new car warranty requirements for information plus 9 point car cOeck All are Invited Pineal hand-mode chocolatea. Or choose one of these other great offers truffle* and candle* • I C E C R E A M S O C I A L AT • COMMUNITY' C H O R U S ' S A SAVE $1 off regular prices! beautifully gift wrapped HULSING SCHOOL SPRING CONCERT HD30W E x p r e s s 10W40 E x p r e s s Girl Scouts in the Hulsing Cluster MOBIL For Mom The Plymouth Community Concert includes 5 qts 10W30 E x p r a a s will have an ice c r e a m social and 1984will perform its 10th annual spring Mob. I HD30W 5 4 - 4 9 5 includes 5 qts lube. Oil, Filter 2 7 9 5 Mobil Supe* T h e HUIISC of 10W40 Or Rog 10W30 LEGAL NOTICE 12 95 Rag Lube, oil, fitter 9 *\ > s 9 point car check 14 95 C H A R T E R TOWNSHIP OF PLYMOUTH 9 point car check , v \ 6 9 point car check N O T I C E O F P U B L I C H E A R I N G ON E S T A B L I S H M E N T 13 F o r e s t P l a c e O F I N D U S T R I A L DEV E L O P M E N T D I S T R I C T F O R OPEN 7 Plymouth M E T R O W E S T I N D U S T R I A L P A R K NO 1. 2 A N D 3 DAYS A WEEK 459-1990 5 MILE & LEVAN M E T R O WEST INDUSTRIAL PARK 8 AM-9 PM! LIVONIA D E V E L O P E R R O B E R T DeMATTIA

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MEN'S BREAKFAST CLUB Saturday. May 12 - The M e n s Breakfast Club of the First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth. 701 Church Street, will host the ladies at an 8 a m breakfast Speaker will be Wayne County Prosecutor John D O'Hair Public is invited Tickets are «2 per person and may be obtained at the church office

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the terrified beginner, is scheduled while children a r e in school Held f r o m 9-11 a m Monday and Wednesday. May 14, 16. it will feature hands-on experience. computer games, and exercises Fee is $20 For information call Madonna College at 591-5188



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• PLYMOUTH LIBRARY BOARD Monday. May 14 - The Plymouth Public Library Boacd will hold a general meeting beginning at 8 p.m in Dunn ing-Hough Library Open to the public • C H A M B E R CAUCUS L U N C H EON Monday, May 14 - State Sen John Engler, Republican from the 35th District in northern Michigan, will be guest speaker at the Plymouth Com munity Chamber of Commerce Caucus luncheon with cocktails served at II 30 a m and lunchoen at noon Cost is $6 50 per person For reservations, call the Chamber at 453-1540

• STOP SMOKING & WEIGHT CONTROL Tuesday. May 15 — A stop-smoking clinic will be held f r o m 6-8 p.m and a weight control session from 8 30-10 30 p-m in Plymouth Township Hall at 42350 E Ann Arbor Road at Lilley Hypnosis will also be used during both sessions Sponsored by Plymouth Community Family YMCA and provided by David Rowe, clinical hypnotist



YMCA G E N E R A L M E E T I N G Monday, May 14 — Plymouth Community F a m i l y YMCA will have its general membership meeting at 7 p.m at the YMCA office, 248 Union Street. Plymouth There will be a membership vote on a constitutional amendment •

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TAKE NOTICE that the Public hearing regarding this request shall be held oc May 22, 1984 at 7 30 P.M. in the Plymouth Township Hall. 4tJM Ann Arbor Road Plymouth, Wayne County, Michigan 48170 Telephone No 45J-S840 LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF METRO WEST NO I. 2 sod J IS AS FOLLOWS. A parcel of land being a part of the E W of Section 11. T IS., R 8E Plymouth Township, Wayne County. Michigan, described as follows Commencing at the N E comer of Section 11. T IS., R.SE. Plymouth Township, Wayne County. Michigan, and proceeding thence S 0* 24' 40" W 402 89 feet along the east line of said section to point of beginning, proceeding theoce S 0* 14 40 W 22 4 5 60 feet to the E V» corner of said Section 21, continuing thence along said east line S 0" 00' 25" W 492 M feet (recorded as S 0* 01' JO" E 492 40 feet* thence S 78* s r 42" W 1997 43 feet (recorded as S 78* SI' 14" W 1997 93 feet* theoce N 1* 00" 10" W 785 00 feet (recorded as N I* 00' 10" W 784 78 feet), said point being oc tbe E-W v. line of said Section 21. said point also being distant N 88" 41' 00" E 809 50 feet along the E-W line from the center of said section, thence N 1 * 11' MT E 925 45 feet thence N 88 * 40- 00" E 200 00 feet thence N 1* 21' 00" E 400 00 feet, theoce S H ' 40" 00 W 187 00 feet, theoce N 1* Jl' 00" E 1S21 81 feet U> the north line erf Section 21 said tine also being the centerllne of Five Mile Road; theoce along said centerline N M* 38' 00 E 1S72 87 feet, theoce S 0* 24' 40" W 185 48 feet, theoce S 07' 35 35 W 80 00 feet thence S 0* 24 40" W 158 72 feet theoce N 84 * 38 00" E 537 87 feet to the point of beginning being sub)ect to tbe rights of the pnblic in Fire Mile Road and excepting a parcel of land described as Beginning at a point distant S 0' 24 40" W 948 87 feet and N 89" OV 45" W 838 13 feet and N 0" 13" 45 E 100 00 feet from the N E corner of said Section 21 proceeding thence S M 34' 00 W 100 00 feet theoce S • ' 11' 44" W 400 00 feet theoce N M ' 38 00" E 200 00 feet theoce N 8* 13' 43" E 400 00 feet theoce S 88" 38 00" W 100 00 feet to the point of beginning The above described property contains 135 95 net acres Mile Roed and 0 M l acres of land for roadway M B T parcel

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Programs on George Orwell's novel "1984" will be offered next week at Madonna College, 1-96 at Levan, Livonia. Highlight will be a lecture by Dr Ejner Jensen, professor of English at tbe University of Michigan, a t 7 p.m Wednesday, May 16. in Kresge Hall Two films — a documentary biography of the British socialist novelist and an animated version of Orwell's "Animal F a r m " — will be shown in room 244 May 15 and 17. All p r o g r a m s a r e free. This is the last of a series ol lectures sponsored by the Michigan Council for the Humanities.

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R E A L E S T A T E CLASS Tuesday, May 15 — Attorney Richard Thomas will present a two-part seminar on real estate at the Canton Library On May 15, he will discuss the use of Realtors and attorneys, purchase and listing agreements, land contracts and enforcement remedies, closing costs and title insurance Registration will begin Monday, May 7 On Tuesday, May 22. T h o m a s will lecture on deeds, mortgages (old and new financing), probate and how to avoid it. closing costs and title insur ance, tax aspects and a d v a n t a g e s for homeowners, landlords and investors

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• CEP PARENT-TEACHER GROUP Thursday. May 17 - Tbe CEP Parent-Teacher Group will meet beginning 7 p.m. in the library of Plymouth Salem High School to discuss discipline at the high schools Representatives from administration, security, teaching staff and student body will be present to discuss the issue with residents



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Metro West Industrial Park Developer. Robert DeMattia. has presented to ibe Board of Trustees a request thai the Board exercise its Initiative under Act 198 of P A 1974 as amended, to establish an Industrial Development District uoder Section 4 of said Act, with respect to the property located in Metro West Industrial Park in tbe township, comprising approximately 184 acres The request of Robert DeMattia is oc file with the Township Clerk for public examination Act 198 requires that the Board hold a Public Hearing on the Establishment of an Industrial Development District at which any of the owners of ibe property within the proposed district and any other resident or taxpayer of the Township shall have a right to appear and be heard Written comments will also be accepted

through the city of Plymouth P a a r k s Registration begins Monday, May 14 and Recreation Department. F o r infor- Call 397-0999 mation call 455-6620 • A M E R I C A N S IN TRANSITION • Fly fishing class, taught by the Wednesday. May 16 - A Central contributing editor of AAA's Michigan American Evening will be held beginLiving magazine, will cover fly tying, ning 7 30 p.m. at Our*Lady of Good casting, rod building, s t r e a m entymolo- Counsel Catholic Church in Plymouth gy, and material selection. Tbe class Christopher Gill, f r o m Michigan Interwill run eight weeks 7:30-10 p.m on church Committee on Central AmeriTuesdays can Human Rights (MIC AH), will • Three two-hour magic workshops, speak The movie. Americans in Traneach featuring a professional magician sition, narrated by Ed Asner, will be and each including a magic show, will shown and a question-answer period be offered at the Plymouth Cultural will follow Center, 525 F a r m e r at Theodore. Hocus Pocus, for grades 1-3. will help the stu- • O L Y M P I C S O F T H E M I N D dents learn to perform magic themWednesday. May 16 - See the eduselves and bring home a bag of eight cational displays and performing arts magic tricks Abracadabra I also is for groups of the Olympics of the Mind 7-9 grades 1-3 but offers eight new tricks p m at Central Middle School. Hocus Pocus II has the s a m e f o r m a t but is for grades 4-6 Hocus Pocus I is • B E Y O N D 1984 f r o m 4-6 p.m. Tuesday. May 15, AbraWednesday. May 16 Bey one cadabra I is 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, May 22, and Hocus Pocus II Is 4-6 p.m Tuesday, May 29

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SUNFLOWER G A R A G E SALE Thursday-Saturday. May 17-19 The annua! Sunflower Subdivision Ga rag* Sale will begin at 9 a m The homeowners association and residntA are sponsoring the sale as a money making event Sunflower LS located west of Canton Center Road and is north and south of Warren Road in Canton RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE Thursday Friday May 1" 1® Christ the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Ladies Guild will be having a rummage and bake sale f r o m 10 a m to S p m at the church at 42690 Chern. Hill, Canton •

S C I E N C E FAIR Thursday May 17 Bird and Allen School TAG Centers will sponsor a Science Fair in the cafeteria of Plymouth Canton High School with 4th, 5th. and 6th graders from both schools exhibit ing The public is invited to attend from 6 30-8 30 p m •

COPING WITH A R T H R I T I S Friday May 18 Coping With Arthritis,' a workshop to better understand how to deal with arthritis will be held from 9 a to 4 p m in the Kresge Lecture Hall of Madonna Catlege. 1-96 and Levan Roads in Livonia The fee of S30 includes lunch . • BUYING A HOME COMPL'T FR Friday. May 18 Buying a Home Computer a workshop designed to assist the first-time purchaser in select-

ing a computer for the home or small business, is scheduled for 6-10 p m at Madonna College. 1-96 at Levan No previous experience in computers re quired Fee is $10 per person or 115 a couple For inforn^ation call 59! 5188

Donation of $10 per ticket No reserved seats Contact Jim Allor at 459-3371 Send check or money order to Michigan Adoptive Parent s Association P O Box 53 Dearborn 48127 Include a self addressed stamped envelope

putte of tbe U S Post Office will speak on mail fraud 1984 dues are due and payable at this meeting R e m e m b e r lo bring canned or non-perishable food for the Plymouth Salvation Army neigh borhood work







I C E SHOW Friday. Saturday, Sunday May 18 20 Plymouth P a r k s and Recreation De partment Figure Skaters present Music Makes You Move with guest skater Jimmy Santee Shows are at 7 30 p m Friday 1 30 and 7 30 p m Saturday and 3 p m Sunday Tickets are 13 for adults, and $1 50 for children and sen lor citizens Tickets are available at Plymouth C u l t u r a l Center 525 Farmer



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FLOWER SALE Saturday, Sunday May 19-20 The Canton Historical Society will have its annual Flower Sale, in connection with the Canton Rotary Rummage Sale, on the museum grounds at Proctor and Canton Center Roads adjacent to Can ton Administration Building The society will have an outside display of old horse drawn f a r m implements •

FARRAND FUN FAIR The Farrand Fun Fair will be held from 1-4 p m in the school at 41400 Greenbrair in Lakepoint subdivision. Plymouth Township, featuring games More than 30 prizes will be given away •

CAROUSEL Saturday. May 19 Michigan Adoptive Parent's Association presents a benefit p e r f o r m a n c e of the musical Carousel at the Players Guilde of Dearborn at 7 30 p m An afterglow Will follow in the theater club room

MADONNA O P E N HOUSE Saturday. May 19 An open house for nurses interested in earning a bach elor of science in nursing degree will be held beginning 10 a m in Room 185 of Madonna College I 96 and Levan Road Livonia •

STOP-SMOKING CLINIC Sunday Thursday, May 20-24 Drs Reuben Fliuck and S h e m Kovelski will be conducting a Stop-Smoking Clinic 7 30 p m Sunday through Thursday in the community room of the Metropolitan S I ) A Church 15585 Haggerty Road, Plymouth Cost of the clinic is bydona tion only No registration is required For information call 882-7348 Sponsored by Better Living Seminars as a community service, the five-day plan to slop smoking features such topics as the psychological and physical aspects of the habit, how craving can be lessened how to keep from gaining weight, organization of a group buddysystem. and other techniques designed to break the habit AARP MEETS Wednesday. May 23 The Plymouth -Northv-iIJe Chapter of the Ameri can Association of Retired Persons (AARP: will meet at noon in the Plymouth Cultural Center 525 F a r m e r at Harvey The board of directors will meet at 10 30 a m Bring your own brown bag lunch, tea and coffee available Visitors welcome Fred Vander

T R I P T Q CANADA Thursday May 24 — The city of Plymouth Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor a weekend trip lo the Land of 30,000 Islands in Canada, with departure May 24 Price of $259 includes bus transportation, three nights accommodations at the Elgin House Resort, eight meals, a different Broadway production each night, scenic boat cruises on the l a d y Muskoka or Island Queen, and an arts and c r a f t s marketplace Anv interested adult m a y call 455 6620 •

C O M P U T E R S AND N U R S I N G Thursday, May 24 Computers and Nursing'" a workshop for nurses and nursing students, is scheduled for 9 a m to 3 p m at Madonna College, 1-96 at Levan Workshop will address the role of compouter systems in providing quality health care and examine computer applications for nursing F e e is $35 For information call 591-5188



CONTROLLING STRESS Thursday. May 31 Classes on deal ing with stess, taught by John Swanson. public health specialist, will be offered f r o m 7 30 8 30 p m May 31. June 3. 5. 7 at Metropolitan S D A Church 15585 Haggerty Road, Plymouth Cost is by donation only To register call 459 0894 Classes are sponsored by Better Living Seminars of Arthur Weaver MD



A WORLD O F GLASS A World of Glass is the exhibit at tbe Plymouth Historical Museum through May 20 Examples of glass on display will be milk glass. Vaseline. Venetian, pressed glass, mercury glass candle holders, a Bristol glass rolling pin. and wine glasses of the Stiegl type The Plymouth Historical Museum. 155 S Main a t Church is open 1-4 p m Thursday Saturday and Sunday Ad mission •

V SUMMER CLASSES Monday. June 4 - The Plymouth Community Family YMCA will begin its summer classes at various locations the week of June 4 Tbe classes include summer aerobics, karate, pre-school creatives, tennis clinics and classes baseball and s u m m e r day c a m p for youngsters daily from 7 a m to 5 30 p m and backyard poo! classes To enroll or for more information call 4532904 •

MONTREAL TRAIN TRIP Friday. June 15 — Plymouth-Canton senior citizens a r e tailing a weekend trip to Montreal June 15-18 Threenight package includes rail transportation from Windsor, bellman s gratuities. tour of the city, and three nights at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel Charge of $229 based on double occupancy For further information call Gene Sund at 420-0614 or Sparky Kallunki at 4590382 •

CHICAGO W E E K E N D The city of Plymouth Parks and Rec reation Department in cooperation with Bianco Travel & Tours is sponsoring a weekend trip to Chicago July 6-8 for $165. based on double occupancy-

Tour includes three days two nights in Hilton Palmer House. Chicago cily and shopping tour, city tour of Mariuiali Mich , wine and champagne, show tick ets with iransporation, bus trans porta tion. one full break/ast, lunch at Win Schulers, one dinner, winery tour, bag gage handling, and an optional night life tour Any interested adult may con tact recreation department at 455 6620



T R A V E L E R S TO E U R O P E The Plymouth Y Travellers will be u k i n g a trip lo Europe July 23 through Aug 9 to visit Italy. Austria. Liechten stein, Switzerland, G er m an y . Holland Belgium and France The charge of $1,805 per person is based on double occupancy, price of air f a r e subject to change Includes 14 continental break fasts and eight three-course dinners For information phone 453-2
STAR T H E A T R E The Y Travelers will be seeing Jim Neighbors and Kay Starr in a musical for a Sunday matinee at the Star The aire in Flint on Aug 12 Charge of $24 includes matinee transportation and snacks

less despite the camouflage, the bottom line is still no One reason for its bad image is that the word LS often the vehicle to bear bad tidings No is the word that has informed you that you did not get the new job or the pay raise, that your proposal of marriage was rejected that your loan application was turned down Tbe word DO has a bad image for another reason We live in a society where even though unethical behavior abounds, a polite, "nice-guy" image is highly valued Most ail of us have been encouraged since infancy to be kind and polite, and saying no just doesn't seem to be kind and polite We therefore often feel guilty when we say no to our children After choking on a meal, we smile and nod to the affirmative when the wait-

So This simple word could use the services of a good advertising f i r m to help spruce up its image Few words which can be spoken in public produce such a universally negative reaction For example when parents say no young children react with tears When childen say no parents react with rage When a politician says no to anything. it s a matter for headlines 'When an employee says no it may be a mat ter for the unemployment lines IT IS SO difficult to use the word no that people often use camouflage We often a r e told -Well call you if something opens up." or •we'll see.' or "I have a headache tonight" Neverthe-





MVSTERY COLOR TOUR The Y Travelers a r e planning a Mys tery Color Day Trip f r o m 9 a m to 4 p m Oct 5 The price of $12 includes snacks and transportation For infor mation call the YMCA office at 453 2904

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that people who can say no tend to live longer 1 do know that many cardiac rehabilitation p r o g r a m s teach participants the simple art of saying no. When we fail to say no because of our quest to appear kind and polite, we often feel resentment toward the person putting us in such a position and toward ourselves for not taking a stand Saying no allows us to be our own person and to avoid considerable stress and frustration

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BEING ABLE to say no does not mean that we a r e excused from being kind, polite or even loving. We can indeed say no politely When appropriate, we may wish to discuss our reasons for saying no not as an apology, but as a courtesy Other times we may Just simply say no confident that no explanation or apology is necessary because our own wishes are as valid as anyone else's The nice thing about being able to say no is that it also makes us free lo say yes When a friend asks a difficult favor of me. and I say yes we both know that I said yes not because n was something I had to do. but because it was something I wanted to do

PERHAPS TIME has come to change our thinking about this misun derstood word I don't know of a scientific study that has actually proven it. but I suspect

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Pursell, Ford miss metric system c h a n g e vote Here« how area member? of Coo greas were reeordeed on major roll call votes April 26 through May 2 HOL'SE NUTRITION: Tbe House rejected 1W for aod 270 against, an amendment to hold spending for several child nutri tioo programs at present levels This cleared the way for increases of 11 2 billion over three years It occured dur ing debate on HR 7, which later was sent to the Senate At issue were Administration-backed cuts in the program for feeding preg nant and nursing mothers and infants (WIC). the school lunch program and other nutrition outlays HR 7 restores some cuts made under tbe 1981 Gramm-Latt budget reconciliation bill a cornerstone of Reaganomics Sponsor Steve Bartlett R-Texas said chiid nutrition programs are being assisted quite well at cur rent levels

Opponent Carl Perkins. D-Ky . said There is nothing in this bill that is e i travagant anywhere along tbe line Members voting no wanted to in crease child nutrition spending Voting yes William Broomfield. R Birmingham Voting no Dennis Hertel, D-Detroit William Ford D-Taylor, Sander Levin D-Southfield METRIC: By a vote of 1*6 for and i4 3 against, tbe House adopted an amendment to delete $500,000 for fur tber study of U S conversation to the metric system The amendment was attached to a National Bureau of Standards fundings bill (HR 5172) that later was sent to the Senate Tbe vote took place on a Thurs day after scores of members had left town, and the high absenteeism enabled sponsored to score an unexpected vie tory Sponsor Eldon Rudd R-Arn said I

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and 28 against an amendment giving federal judges tbe same 4-precent pay raise that was a wared to other federal employes at the beginning of 1984 This occured during debate on HR 2163 (be low I The amendment benefits all 700 or so federal judges, at an annual cost of $1 7 billion Their salaries presently range from J65.000 to the $100,700 paid Chief Justice of the Judiciary Sponsor George Mitchell, D-Maine said federal judges are highly deserving men and women entrusted with the most serious responsibilities No opponent spoke against the amendment Senators voting yes favored a 4-per cent pay raise for federal judges Carl Levin. D, voted yes and Donald Riegle, D, voted yes

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FREEZE: By a vote of 33 for and 65 against, the Senate rejected a plan to freeze nearly all dometsuc and military spending for ooe year at fiscal 1M4-levels During fiscal 1985-87, the proposal would have caused an esti mated deficit reduction of $260 billion It clamped down on virtually every area of federal spending, from defense to Social Security When tbe vote occured, the freeze was the only remaining alternative to the president's less-ambitious plan which called for $144 billion in deficit cuts over three years Sponsor Charles Grassley R-Iowa said a drastic remedy is needed because "I fear tha the unfolding fiscal disorder may reach unmanageable proportions " Opponent Pete Wilson, R-Calif . said a freeze has an appealing simplicity about it land) is convenient for the members of Congress because is ex cuses us from doing the harder job" of making selective budget cuts Senators voting no were opposed to a one-year freeze on virtually all federal spending Levin and Riegle both voted no

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p m along with "Starflre" a Top 40 band comprised of Livonia residents. Jack Hartley, a magician, will , be on stage 2-2:30 p.m., the Senior Citizens Kitchen \ Band will play 2:30-3 p.m Jamie Cos will take over 3:30-5 p.m. followed by disc )ockey Dean Anthony Franchi 5-4 p.m and the closing raffle announcments 5-7 p.m. • \ Various council members will emcee the day's , ' activities with the Eisbrenners taking over 5-7 p m The committee hopes to raise 1100,000 to add t o tbe fund that's grown to more than 125,000 in the < past year. Tbe fund is non-profit and provides di- . rect support and relief to abased and neglected children. More than 200 children have been helped with such basic items as food and clothing. Tax-deductible contributions to the Roaalyn Bryant Memorial Fund should be sent in care of First Federal Savings of Michigan. 19410 Middlebelt, Livonia. 48152.

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Kay and Michael Eisbrenner. the Livonia o u p l e who have championed the drive to aid abused children, are asking residents to open their hearts again 00 Saturday in memory of a 4-year-old girl who was tortured to death Last year The latest fund-raiser in the couple's drive to belp battered children happens noon to 7 p.m. in the Civic Center Park at Farmington and Five Mile A daylong picnic is planned to end six days of fund-raising throughout tbe city. Proceeds will be turned over to the Roaalyn Bryant Memorial Fund The fund, started by tbe Eisbrenners one year ago with 1500 of their own money, was named for a young Detroit child who was tortured to death by her father and his live-in girlfriend last year Tbe day's highlights include a full-day of enter Uinment. activities, food and a raffle featuring 60 prizes donated by area merchants (prizes to be raffled include a trip for two to Toronto, a Panasonic video recorder, a stereo cassette player, T-shirts, beach towels, and an auto rustproofing package). Tbe fund-raiser is being sponsored by the city of Livonia, along with various area schools, colleges, businesses and individual volunteers. Eisbrenner said Wednesday that raffle ticket sales have been slow "We hope to have a super turnout on Saturday to help that out," said Eisbrenner Rtfrie tickets may be purchased in tbe LOVE office, or from the Eisbrenners or at the picnic.

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Schoolcraft College trusires are looking for a way around ibe $2 50-per credit-hour tuition increase proposed for next fall by tbe administration "How do you rationalize a 9 4-per cent tuiUoo increase against an 8-per cent overall budget increase asked trustee Harry Greenleaf "This makes me a little nervous said board vice-chair Rosina Raymond

which McDowell. Vet resident W Kenneth Lindner and comptroller A H (Butch) Raby presented a general fund operating budget of $17 75 million for the fiscal year beginning July 1 It represents an 8-percent increase over the current year Tbe budget will be the sub)ect of two May 16 public hearings a 7 p.m. "truth in taxation' hearing on the c o l l e g e s proposal to keep tbe operating tax rate of 1.77 mils i l l 77 per $1,000 of state equalized valuation) and an 8 p.m hearing on tbe budget Trustees nodded as Raby outlined how the new budget would " leave tbe reactionary mode of the last 10 years and adopt an actionary mode of operation " They uttered no word of protest as Raby told how more staff and equipment would be put into math, data processing, electronics and instructional television

T H E PERCENTAGE increase is m o r e for residents than for non-residents. " Greenleaf protested Tbe exchange came last week at the end of a two-hour special meeting in

THE SHARP questions came when the administration proposed these tuition increases for the fall semester

County Community College expects to stay at $26.

• In-district to $29 f r o m the current $26 50. up $2.50 or 9 4 percent. • Out-of-district to $39 from the current $36, up $3 or 8.3 percent • Out-of-state to $57 50 from $54 up $3 50 or 6 5 percent About 76 percent of credit hours a r e generated by residents of the college district, 23 percent by out-of-dlstrict residents and less than 1 percent by non- Michigamans If adopted, the Schoolcraft in-district rate of $29 would put the northwestern Wayne County community college on a par with Washtenaw and 50 cents behind Macomb, which is cconsidering a $29 50 rate Oakland Community College has voted to go to $24 f r o m $23, Henry Ford expects to stay at $28. and Wayne

G R E E N L E A F asked if student fees — for laboratories, gym lockers and the like - w e r e being raised. "We haven't proposed a fee increases because we don't want to do that in the same year as a tuition increase." McDowell said. . Administrators pointed out that Wayne State University charges freshmen and sophomores $56 per credit hour plus a $40 registration fee; University of Michigan charges freshmen and sophomores $165 for the first credit hour and $88 for each additional hour, and E a s t e r n Michigan University charges $47 50 an hour plus a $20 registration fee WSU has announced it won't increase tuition for 1984-5. EMU anticipates an increase IN HIS s t a t e budget for fiscal 1984.

Gov. J a m e s J. Blancahard offered colleges and universities a 10-percent hike in state aid if they would hold the line on tuitions. N No similar offer was m a d e to twoyear colleges like Schoolcraft, but college officials generally have felt the pressure to hold the line. McDowll said the state aid bill for community colleges is in a joint legislative conference committee. Schoolc r a f t ' s increase has been estimated between 7.5 and 10 percent, the president said, but lately the state aid expectation has been "hovering" at 8.5 percentWith that expectation. McDowell estimated total state aid for 1984-5 at $5 6 million, or 31.8 percent of the budget The high-water mark in state aid was reached in 1976-77. when I-ansmg contributed 42.5 percent of the college budget

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In cooperation with Michigan Recreation and Parks Association, the Plymouth P a r k s and Recreation Department will be selling discount tickets to the following parks, starting in May Bob Lo. 19 45 chitd. $10 45 adult. Cedar Point 111 50 all ages. Sea World, $7 55 child. IS 55 adult Detroit Zoo, 75 cents child. | 3 adult; Great Amen ca. $11 75 all ages; Geauga Lake, 18 50 all ages



CANTON S E N I O R P A R T Y All parents of Plymouth Canton High School June graduates a r e invited to volunteer their help to produce the annual Senior P a r t y following graduation on June 13 More parent participaUon is needed and would be welcome Phone Gordon or P a t Eddy at 453-1431 for details The theme this year is the Roaring '20s "

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Eight s t r a i g h t Tbe boys and girls track teams at Plymouth Salem continue their mastery of Plymouth Canton in the eighth annual track and field event honoring Jeff Mangan. a Salem student who died in 1977 Tbe boys team won its half of the Mangan Relays 98-39. while the lady Rocks won 71-57. Despite unseasonably cool temperatures, the Relays featured close races, particularly in the girls meet A Salem team has yet to lose a Mangan meet "The meet really fluctuated between the two teams." said Salem girls coach Fred Thomann "It was a real nice m e e t " The two teams c a m e out of the field events tied at 18 Canton took three of the four firsts - Hollie Ivey won both the shot put (30-0) and the discus (94-3), while Carolyn Nagy took the high jump in 4-8 Kelly Bern iss won the long jump for Salem in 16Va The track events were Just as close Salem held a slim 10-point lead going into the 2-mile run The Rocks, how ever, erased all doubt bv sweeping the event

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Sure looks like the foundation of tbe athletic program within the Plymouth-Canton v o m m a n i t y School District is crumbling But. you know, who cares'' Who cares^what happens to the more than 1.100 students (almost Vi of the entire student body) wbo participate in sports at either Salem or Canton high school' Who cares about the statewide positive recognition the program has brought to the district 7 Who cares about the community pride and spirit that the program generates? Who cares about the time and the e f f o r t tbe roaches put In to ensure that their student-athletes m a t u r e and grow both mentally and physically'' Tell me. who the bell cares about the athletic department"* I'LL TELL you doesn't c a r e The board of educa tion doesn't really care Neither does the central administration Oh. publicly they'll say, as board m e m b e r Dr E.J McClendon said at a budget workshop Feb 6. "It isn't because we don't c a r e (about athletics) It's Just a question of what do we take away f r o m and that's a decision that we (the school board) have to make " So, what decisions have this ullra-coocerned board m a d e over the past five years" Well, the athletic budget has been reduced f r o m $230,000 to $166,000 It got as low as $128,000 in 1981 -82 After listening to the plight of the athletic department on Feb 6. tbe board decided to give tbe d e p a r t m e n t a lift The athletic budget was upped 15 percent for the next school year — an amount that does little more than maintain a sad s t a t u s quo for another y e a r No, whenever a budget crisis is at hand, the deci sion of the board is to slash atheltics And tbe members of the athletic department a r e bitter and fed up T h ® * grossly underpaid men, these coaches, have sat back quietly while their board of education has gradually tore away at the foundation of a thriving, successful program T H E SALARIES continued to slide lower and lower beneath the league norm Still, the coaches were only a little bothered by that Sure it was humiliating to be paid less than a coach f r o m another district, one who puts in maybe a third of the time they did, but the satisfaction for the C E P coaches came in the success of their p r o g r a m s and in the young men and women they produced It was when the board started t a m p e r i n g with the p r o g r a m s and the progress of the kids themselves that the coaches began to stand up and say, "enough is enough " The board took away the middle-school interscholastic athletic program — a devastating blow to the total athletic program Kids were now coming onto the high-school athletic scene one and two years behind in their development Tbe job before tbe coaches now was to teach the athletes fundamental skills they should have developed in seventh and eighth grades, plus get them ready to compete on a varsity level. All that, plus having to do more fund raising than J e r r y Lewis in order to buy equipment and uniforms — well, enough was enough. The coaches had taken enough time away from their families, they had sacrificed more than enough and had taken too much abuse f r o m the board and administration — "Oh. don't worry about the coaches, they love what they're doing, they'll for f r e e " Several coaches quit.

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GILLES WAS first The hugely successful coach not only built up a powerful baseball p r o g r a m , be built up and maintained ooe of the most beautiful baseball complexes in the state His e f f o r t s were appreciated only by the community, his players and by tbe prep baseball community statewide Tom Williams was next. This man could do with his cross-country programs what very few crosscountry coaches can do He got people out for the t e a m More than 50 bodies showed up for practice last fall — an amazing number and a tribute to the kindness and dedication of this man. Williams, disgruntled by tbe board's lack of support, wanted to quit last November, but was talked out of i t He had hoped the board might change its ways a f t e r bear ing tbe coaches' presentation Feb 6 No way Three weeks ago, Williams resigned — for good Last Friday, it was Tbomann The man who woo 227 g a m e s in 12 years at the helm of tbe Salem boys basketball team He brought to tbe school nine conference titles, seven district titles and one regional title All three of these men helped bring a positive athletic identity to tbe Plymouth-Canton community, one that was visible across tbe state Wbo will be next 7 Tom Moshimer, tbe Salem football c o a c h ' How about Fred Criaaey, Canton's baseball c o a c h ' Ron Krueger, Salem wrestling coach? These people are also responsible for that positive identity Ah. wbo c a r e s Not the board of education or tbe central admibistration WHY DON'T THESE people care about tbe athletic p r o g r a m ? These people, these administrators and board members, a r e oat of touch with what is going on lo their commu nity They don't know tbe value of ath . letics to tbe students, to tbe parents, to tbe community. All these people see are dollar signs.

TRISH DONNELLY, who won the mile run in 5 52 08, took first in the 2mile with a 12 52 06 She was followed across the finish line by teamm a t e s Erica Bashar and Brenda Boyd, and the meet was the Rocks' again

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Other winners for the Rocks were Kristen Hostinski in the 330 hurdles (52 78). Dawn Johnson in the 220 Ha«h (27 75). and Weast in the 440 dash (1 05 14). Winners for Canton were P a t Brennan in the 110 hurdles (17.89), Kim Bennett in the 100 dash (12.22). and Ruthann Trout in the 880 run (2 38 33) It was a bit of a different story in the boys meet Though some of the races were close, the meet itself was a rout in the Rocks' favor P a r t of the reason was Salem's dominance in the four relay events The Rocks won all four the 440 In 45 04. the 880 in 1 35 97. the mile in 3:38 81 and the 2-mile in 8 55 06 " W E ' R E ALWAYS happy to win," said Salem coach Gary Balconi But the veteran coach didn't lose sight of the true spirit of the Mangan s "The kids really get excited about this meet There was a lot of genuine c a m a r a d e r i e out there tonight The kids had a good feeling You know, you train shoulder to shoulder with each other every afternoon, then one night you square off and go at it. It's real good competition." Salem got a big lift f r o m its underclassmen Brian Waldron, a gifted sophomore, beat out t e a m m a t e Mike White in tbe long Jump, going 19-9 Vfc. F r e s h m a n speedster Brian Neuhardt took the 220 dash in 23.S1. White c a m e back and won the 330 hurdles in 40.56.

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When it rains it pours — and we're not talking about the weather here Tbe Plymouth Salem baseball team is suddenly in- the throes of a horrendous slump A slump that has rookie coach John Gravlin more than a little concerned "I'm sweating bullets, you can believe lhat." he said Tbe Rocks started fast this season, winning their first five games Losses to Redford Union and Northville didn't seem too bad, since the Rocks came right back with a win against Livonia Bentley But, last weekend, the team c a m e unglued Pitchers with good control couldn't find the plate Redhot hitters slumped Sure-handed fielders bobbled and booted Tbe result, the Rocks lost a pair of non-league games to rival Plymouth Canton, 14-4. 16-11 The games, technically, were meaningless But. judging by Salem's performance Monday against Walled Lake Central, the Canton double-header may have started an ugly trend

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P l y m o u t h S a l e m Track THE ROCKS committed six e r r o r s and gave up eight walks in an embarrassing 13-2 loss to the Vikings "I'm really worried I don't know what it's going to U k e to break out of it Clearly, we were the better team out there (Mooday) But. it was Uke everyone was playing in slow motion There was no intensity.* Gravlin said Canton's Tim Collins started the twin killing Saturday when be popped Chris Mowers' pitch over the 30S-foo< left field fence for a three-run homer in the first inning of g a m e ooe The Chiefs ac r e d five more in the third, keyed by J i m Dillon's three-run homer, and six more in the fourth Mark Bennett ripped a double to ignite that rally Cantoo shortstop John Loogridge and Collins each had three hits to pace the nine-hit attack Mike Clark was strong in his first outing of tbe year He struck out five, walked ooe and scattered nin» hits But five Salem e r r o r s enabled tbe Chiefs to run away with i t Game two was worse - for both t e a m s Canton pitchers walked IS batters. Salem 13 in the Chiefs' eight-inning triumph Salem made four more errors. Salem scored three bizarre runs in the bottom of the seventh to tie the game The Rocks took advantage of five Canton walks, three by Bennett who

Canton, which is enjoying its best season. didn't quit The Chiefs c a m e back and gutted out a first in tbe mile relay (4:22.7). With co-captains Be miss, Dawn Johnson and Mary Beth Weast doing a ton of work, tbe Rocks won the other three relay events the 440-yard relay (52 78), the 880 relay (1:52.39) and the 2-mile relay (10:44 42).

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A PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL FLASHBACK One year ago this week. Plymouth Canton's Softball team solidified their claim to the Western Lakes Activities Association overall championship by rallying for 11 runs in the 6th inning, erasing a 7-1 Livonia Churchill lead enroute to a 12-8 victory at Canton V r j m , l n < r , u c , ®d a run scoring double by Missy Aiken, a two run single by Kathy Young, RBI singles by Sue Gertfe and Marie Krashovetz and a two run double Dy Kris Harrison.

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M H S A A jury still o u t o n g r i d p l a n 9i*t1 wrlt#r J t m Abern had plenty to r*>n ih> Michigan High School Athletic Aaaocia Uon Representative Council Last Sun day The problem was, how was be going7 to be able to tell It all in 15 mm iitea I stretched it to a half-hour, but that wai about it. - said tbe Ithica High School football coach Ahem went before tbe MHSAA gov erning board to tell tbem about his plan to expand tbe high-school, football playoffs in this stale from 32 teams to 128 t e a m s

Tbe Representative Council, a board " L ^ ^ J • ' . \andS suu > c"Since * there Ibert wasn * u n tt much much discussion ducuMion comprised of schooll *principals it s hard for me to get a feel on what perintendenU. let Ahern talk for 15 they thought of the plan," Ahern said minutes, asked a couple questions and Ahern said he hoped lhat the council sent him away would at least accept the MHSAA "Geez. It went so l a s t There wasn't Playoff Committee i recommendation near enough time to explain everything and run a paper playoff for next sea tbe way I had hoped to." Abern said "I son Tbe paper playoff would be a had some things prepared to give tbem mythical format based on tbe Ahern so the presentation would be as brief as Plan possible They didn't allow much time "At least if they don't like the 128for questions " team f o r m a t , then expand to 64 teams THE COUNCIL will not make a deci- and just double the amount of t e a m s in sion for at least another week said each region That way, no schedule Ahern In fact, the council will continue changes would have to be made!" said its session through today Ahern

Under,.Ahem i 28-ieam plan, cham charr. Under Ahern s !28-team pions from league s with six or more teams would automatically qualify for the playoffs as would teams not affiliated with leagues of six or more t e a m s with 7-1 or better records Other teams would be determined by a point system The post season tournament would be expanded from three dates to five under the Ahern Plan There would be one stretch where victorious t e a m s would play three games in a span of eight days That is the cause of much concern and may cause the MHSAA to alter or reject the Ahern Plan

THIS NEWSPAPER NEWSPAPER has h*» suggested THIS an alternative to the three-game-ineight-day format Teams should play an eight-game regular season schedule and leave the ninth week as an open date Teams making tbe playoffs would begin district play on that ninth date Teams out of playoff contention could schedule a non-league g a m e to fill the ninth date Since teams will know if they will or will not make the playoffs by the fourth or fifth week filling the open date should not be a problem It may • also be a way for teams of less talent — teams that traditionally do not make

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"That s a good plan." Ahern said "Most coaches didn't like a mandatory eight-game schedule, but keeping the ninth date open would u k e care of that * The two things Ahern was striving for in his plan were to strengthen league competition and to expand the number of t e a m s eligible for post-season competition As long as those two goals are met Ahern doesn't mind modification of his plan

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Continued from P a p a 1 The Chiefs got excellent individual efforts from Jin Kim in the 220 hurdles (15 4) and f r o m senior Elijah Rogers, who ran a 10 37 in tbe 100 dash Other winners for the Rocks were Erich Hart nett in the high jump (5-9). Doug Spencer in the discus (131-9). J e r r y Smith in the 440 dash (54 08). Dean Jarski in tbe 880 run (2.10 59) and John Keros tn the 2-mile (10 27 91) Canton's winners were Rich Place in the pole vault (12-0), Brian Bogden in the shot put (44-7), and Mark Cratty in the mile (4 48 8)

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t n u m p h over Farmington Harrison The Chiefs roughed up former teammate Bob Wasczenski - scoring six times off the Hawk hurler in the first inning A bases-loaded single by Ben nett was the key blow Goulet went 2 the L2 Canton hit parade T V Chiefs a r e 8-1 overall this sen son. 4-1 In the Western Lakes

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Johnson takes top prize Dawn Johnson, a standout athlete at Plymouth Salem high school, is also a standout sports writer, according to the Detroit F r e e Press Johnson won first place in the Free Press High School Journalism Awards in the catagory of sports journalism She is the first person f r o m Salem to wm a first-place a w a r d in the competition

Her award-winning entry dealt with the current controversy surrounding the athletic program within the Plymouth-Canton Community School District - specifically, how the C E P coaches were underpaid in c o m p a r i s o n with coaches in other school districts. Johnson, a senior, will attend N o r t h - 2 wood Institute on an athletic scholar ship next fall.

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IT LOOKED like tbe Rocks would make a g a m e of it when Darryl Brees roped a two-run homer in the bottom of the second But,' while Knapp settled down and kept Central off tbe board in the third and fourth, the Rocks couldn't touch Viking hurler Scott Norris

THE CHIEFS came back to score five runs in the top of tbe eighth, aided by two walks and two errors, to win the game Tom Moore was one of the few bright spots for the Rocks He knocked in four runs with long home run and a triple Bennett homered for Canton, and Jeff Wittner and Sean Goulet each had a pair of hits Ironically, in perhaps his worst outing of the season. Bennett picked up his fourth win The worst was yet to come for Salem Walled Lake Central was 4-4-1 coming into the g a m e Monday — clearly not a m a j o r force in the tough Western Lakes Salem m a d e them look Uke world-beaters tn the second inning, the Vikings erupted for five runs against Rock hurler Dan Knapp. Tbe talented sophomore deserved a better fate. Two errors, a

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Mark Bennett worked four innings for Canton and got the loss by virtue of ooe mistake Western's Mike Bugarelli hit that mistake out of the park in the fourth inning for a grand slam home run

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Tom Soeva checked out hia rides last week The 1983 Indianapolis 500 winner paid a visit to an unassuming brown building amidst tbe vast industrial park off Eight Mile Road on Robinson Street in Farmington Hills Sneva. in town to do a motivational pitch for K m a n management trainees has joined Mayer Motor Racing Limit <*d. new neighbor and cousin of Britishbased McLaren Engines, located across the street on Eight Mile, just west of Merriman in Livonia Two Sneva chassis were being pampered by a busy group of Mayer engineers Another car in the shop* to be driven by Howdy Holmes, was also

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Fred Crissey calls Walled Lake Western pitcher Dan Gabriele the best right-hander m tbe state of Michigan Crissey ought to know His Plymouth Canton baseball team had its eightgame winning streak snapped by Ga briele and the Warriors Monday, 4-1 Gabriele struck out 13 Chiefs and al 1 towed just four Mis —

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Tk . . . ... ... .host Then came the showdown with Romulus. Sue Carlson, who had pitched the three previous wins, ran out of gas. and the Rocks fell >-7. "Sue walked eight in the first couple of innings." said Salem coach Rob Willette. "She was real Ured. I guess I just expected too much out ol her I felt we were the better team The girls knew that If we would have played them earlier, we'd have beaten them * DEN1SE TACKETT hit a three-run homer for the Rocks in the championship game and Leslie Culver knocked in a pair of runs with two hits Terri Lesniak relieved Carlson and pitched a strong game.

Just call him state champ That's the title earned by 9-year-old Canton resident Doug Stibel last Sunday in the United States Gymnastics Federation state tournament at Michigan State University in East Lansing

age division, took four gold medals two silver medals and the gold allaround medal which is the highest award a Class IV gymnast cah attain Stibel's scores were imp/essive he earned a 9 3 in the floor exercise (first place), a 9 4 in the still rings (first place), a 9.1 In the vault (first place), a

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buav and productive nmHiu-fivo weekIt was a busy end for the Plymouth Salem aoftball team Tbe Rocks took their undefeated record into the eight-team Romulus Invitational Softball Tournament and came away with their first Iocs But before t h a t they won three games and placed second in tbe tourney Salem defeated Livonia Ladywood in the opener 13-5 in game two, Debbie Glomski s three hits powered the Rocks to a 5-3 win against New Boston Huron Willow Run was the next Rock vie Um Leslie Plichta (S-for-4) and Maggie Meissoer (2-for-3) led a 13-1 Rock rout

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Timothy A. B a r r e n of Canton has Joined the staff of Michigan Business magazine as production manager A former general manager of the Community Compositor and customer service representative for Telegraphies Inc , B a r r e t t will coordinate layout and printing for the magazine Phyllip N. Hotn of Plymouth was appointed p f o g r a m m e r analyst in East era Michigan University's Computing Center A p r o g r a m m e r for Solf Sol Inc . Huhn earned his bachelor's degree in m a t h e m a t i c s education from Michigan State University in 1977

Jame* A. Boo mis of Plymouth has been named general m a n a g e r of the Steel weld Robotic Systems unit of tbe Automotive Products division of United Technologies Automotive Boomis is now responsible for manufacturing operations. marketing, sales, service and engineering

Michael J. Kelly of Livonia was elected a director of the NaUooal Association of Credit Management. Kelly has been employed at Detroit Edison since 1964 and is the general supervisor of credit and collection in the Detroit division of Detroit Edison

William Green of Redford and Arnold Hagstrom of Redford have become industrial field sales representatives with RS Electronics Green transferred from RS telephone sales, and Hagstrom formerly was with Pioneer Electronics

Norman Weajt of Plymouth was one of 75 representaUves selected to attend a broker-dealer producers' conference in Maui, sponsored by Equitec Financial Group Inc Weast earned 3,000 sales points to qualify for the six-day business conference held early in April

J a m e s . J McGettlgaa of Plymouth will retire at the end of May from AT&T Technologies Inc McGetUgan has served as m a n a g e r , installaUon. Michigan, since October 1974 McGetUgan began his c a r e e r at Western Electric (now AT&T Technologies Inc) in September 1946 in Philadelphia In Dec e m b e r 1964. he was transferred to New York City as assistant manager of systems equipment engineering, easte m region He moved to Maryland in September 1965 and was named accounting m a n a g e r for the eastern region in March 1968.

John R Fasik of Livonia has Joined the staff of the Health Care Professionals Ltd of Southfield as educaUon center coordinator Fusic is a 1982 graduate of Madonna College and has been active in gerentology, including preretirement counseling and holistic health education. Caroiya S. Weiss has been appointed information systems officer, informa-

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Panl P. Bar an of Livonia has been appointed second vice president In the Na Uonal Bank of Detroit's Trust Investment Division.

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J a m e s T. Biggs of Plymouth has been appointed manager-human resource data systems with Allied Corp Biggs directs the development and implementation of a new human resource management system to m e r g e the personnel and benefit information of Allied and the Bendix Corp.

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David C. Morrison of Livooia has been appointed president of Detroit Gasket division of Indian Head Industries Inc Morrison, who has been with the company since 1966. was previously the automotive division's vice president of operations

Cindy E. Meredith of Plymouth has been appointed clinical nurse specialist for urology at Grace Hospital Mere-' dith will belp set up the hospital's urology unit and conduct workshops for nurses She has worked in urology for three years, establishing and coordinating the Recovery Of Male Potency group, developing teaching grograms and setUng up a stoma urology clinic, the only one o f ^ t s kind in the Detroit area

William Aldlnger has been appointed quality control manager with Circuits DMA Inc, a Livonia printed circuit board m a n u f a c t u n n g company Aldinger will have total responsibility for both the company's quality control and quality assurance activities



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Michael P Irwin, named Rookie General Manager of the Year by the Brock Hotel Corp . has been appointed general manager of the Livonia-West Holiday Inn. succeeding William Mabrey. who has t r a n s f e r r e d to the corporation's headquarters in Texas

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CIVIC C H O R U S The Livonia Civic Chorus will pres ent I t s About Time al 8 p m Fri day-Saturday May 18-18, al Clarenceville High School in Livonia The theme sets the mood for memory tunes and modern songs Tickets at $4 for adults, $2 for senior citizens and students are available at the door, or in advance at $3 and $1 50 respectively from any chorus member For more information, call 427-5397 after 3 p.m. •

NEW R E V U E Phil M a r c u s E s s e r . B a r b a r a Bredius and Charlie Lattimer will perform in the p r e m i e r e of a new revue feturlng the music of Bob Dylan at 8 30 p.m Friday-Saturday, May 1819. and 7 30 p.m. Sunday, May 20, at the North Rosedale Park Community House in Northwest Detroit E&ser and Bredius a r e being joined by their old singing partner, Charlie Latimer who is returning a f t e r a five-year "retirement." For tickets at $6 call 2728099 or 532-4894 •

DOWNTOWN HOEDOWN Charlie Daniels and a host of bigname country music stars will be fea tured during the free three-day Budweiser Downtown Hoedown ex travaganza f r o m noon to 11 p.m Friday-Sun
FOLK D A N C E The Duruv Ensemble will present two performances of its international folk dance and music show, "Tour the World." at 8 p.m Thursday-Friday, May 10-11. at the John Page Middle School, 29615 T a w a s . Madison Heights Tickets a r e <3 general admission. 12 for students and senior citizens Tickets a r e available at the door, or by calling 575-3153 days •

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Rector described the university and city's upcoming s u m m e r series as "an eclectic festival of music, mime, theater and dance It's a consortium We all pooled our talents * Music and dance programs are being presented by the University Musical Society and the University School of Music The Professional Theatre Program is responsible for the theater events at the festival. T H E AMERICAN Repertory Theatre of Harvard appears the first week of the festival, performing "Sganareile" on Wednesday, July 4, and "School for Scandal," Thursday-Friday

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Despite its tongue-in-cheek assertions of e a r n i n g weighty m e s labor relations. "The P a j a m a Game" is a good, old-fashioned, fun musical Tbe current production by the Farmmgton Players is a spirited rendering of this longtime favor

E m m e r t s tremendous talent turn* "I ]! Never Be lealous Again" into a comic gem. as Hines t n e s to wrestle with his ram pant emotions In "Think of the Time I Save." he merrily pokes fun at his own penchant for efficiency and such time-savers as sleeps ing with his clothes on and shaving in bed As Gladys, the object of Hines affections P a m Clelland is de lightfully saucy, belting out "Steam Heat* or enticing Sid to "Her nando's Hideaway * Her romedic timing mcelv complements Em mert's Jack Grulke is appealing as th&Xrrepressible womanizer Prez the union president who generally forgets that he is a married man What Grulke lacks in vocal ability he makes up for in spirit in the outrageously coy "Her Is" sung to various females he pur sues and the "Seven and One-Half Cents" duet with Babe

In a small Midwestern town in the 1950s, the new superintendent at the Sleep Tite P a j a m a Factory falls in love with a member of un on ' grievance c o m m i t t e e When the workers eventually go on strike over a 7>* -cent hourly pay hike the lovers are divided bv their loyalties Jim Austin is likeable as Sid, the superintendent whose strong sense of fair play leads him to investigate the company's profits He ends the strike by exposing the factory president's financial double dealings Though Austin f a l t e r s on his first song. "A New Town Is a Blue Town, he " a r m s on numbers like the rousing "There Once Was a Man and the haunting ballad "Hey There "

LORI T l P P E R is fine as Mabel. Sid? gossip-loving secretary and she asserts a strong stage presence as she teases Hines in the duet "I'll Never Be Jealous Again "

J l ' L I E AUSTIN is well-cast as Babe, the spunky union m e m b e r who won t back down on her principles, even for the man she loves Her pleasant singing voice works well in the lively numbers T m ^ 'n Love" and "Seven and One-Half Cents." plus the duet There Once Was a Man" and the reprise of "Hey There " Lou E m m e r t is m a s t e r f u l l y funny as Hines. the companv's efficiency expert A f o r m e r professional knife-thrower Hines is a force to be reckoned with whenever his flirtatious girlfriend arouses his jealousy E m m e r t s expressive f a r e seems in perpetual motion and his eyes convey so much they almost deserve separate

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His moving "Requiem," carved on a simple tomb, reads Under the wide and s t a r r y sky Dig the grai>e and Let me lie Glad did I hve and gladly die And I laid me down unth a unii

At the base of Mount Vaea spreads Vailima, tbe spacious bungalow where Stevenson spent his final five years "Absolute balm for the weary." he proclaimed Ihe lush volcanic Samoan Islands With Treasure Island. Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and other classics behind him. he wrote finish to his career with such works as Tbe Beach of Falesa, A Footnote to History and Tbe Ebb Tide When he died at Vailima in 1894. of a brain hemorrhage while blending may onnaiae in his kitchen, grief-striker Samoans carried their beloved Tusitala (Teller of Tales) in solemn procession up tbe Road of Loving Hearts to tbe graves! te From this peaceful aerie spreads not only a wide and starry sky, but a vast and majestic Pacific At rest now, tbe Royal Viking Star, the vessel which brought us to this far-off corner, shimmers in the blinding early morning sun of Polynesia

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the world rate it a toesup between Moorea and Bora Bora, sisters with Tahiti in the French Society family Choosing between them is like selecting among fine champagnes It's purely a matter of taste A CROSS THE harbor from Tahiti's / I busy capital city of Papeete, / - % Moorea beckons, tbe South Seas of your daydreams, her sheer green mountains framed between a perfect sky and a perfect sea. Take a seven minute flight over, or savor it slowly, on a scenic ferry ride Spend a couple of unbelieveabte days biking from lagoon to lagoon. Sfctn dive among the coral reefs, in waters of turquoise. violet and lapis lazuli. Climb up into the mountains, visit the villages, watch tbe sunset turn the sea to flame, and rest assured that paradise does not exist solely in picture books No less an authority than James Mitchener himself has pronounced Bora Bora the world's champion island All arguments Vaporize as this m » « of green and gray volcanic humps, ringed by lagoons and motus (tiny islets) looms into the dawning light. Adorned by its pearly necklace of pristine beaches, sparkling with waterfalls and coral reefs, the island, about

Spend a couple of unbelieveable days biking from lagoon to lagoon. Skin dive among the coral reefs, in waters of turquoise, violet and lapis lazuli. Climb up into the mountains, visit the villages, watch the sunset turn the sea to flame, and rest assured that paradise does not exist solely In picture books.

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AGO PAGO (pronounced "Pango Pango") belongs with Timbuktu. Kathmandu, Samarkand and Casablanca, a place whose very name rings the adventure bell in us all. Early in the century, Somerset Maugham took a ship from Honolulu for this exotic backwater of what's now American Samoa Also aboard was ooe Miss Sadie Thompson, whose yeasty repute had led to forcible expulsion from Hawaii. At Pago Pago. Maugham spun a tale called "Rain" around Miss Sadie, and she thus joined tbe immortals of her profession

If you'd like to see the boardingbouse where this took place, look among the mangoes and colorful fabrics at what's now Max Ha leek Store No 3 on the main road Tbe Rainmaker Hotel honors this renowned lady with its Sadie Thompson Room Fiji takes the prize as the friendliest " m m / THILE A two-week cruise is and most colorful of the South Pacific W W / usually ample for most of Islands The handsome easy-going na¥ ¥ a*. • surprising number tive Fijians — "tbe gentle giants of the make ships like the Royal Pacific" — share their Islands with EuViking Star a virtual home away from ropeans. Chinese, and East Indiana inihome At the end of this South Pacific tially brought here by the British as incruise, for example, many stay aboard dentured servants and sail on to Singapore. Bali. Japan, "Bula!" In the village, and oc the Hong Kong. China and back to Tahiti crowded streets of Suva, the Largest and Australia city and port o' call, this exuberant For those accustomed to cruising the Fijian hello rings out time and again, well-traveled waters of the Caribbean, always accompanied by a winning the South Pacific is a refreshing new smile Away from major towns, Fijians adventure Because cruise ship calls live much as their ancestors did. In a are infrequent is these far-flung Is- thatcbed-roofed bures. where tbe lands. Polynesians «nd Melanesia™ chiefs word is life and death have not turned cynical and hostile a La As the Star prepares to sail from the Bahamas and Virgin Islands Visitors are treated with warmth and hos- Suva, the Royal Fiji Police Band aspitality, and tipping violates most local sembles at dockside Elegant in their long saw-toothed white skirts and traditions crisp blue jackets, they parade along Physically, the islands are among the pier, stirring op waves of the loveliest places anywhere aa earth homesickness with an Elvis Presley Volcanic mountains jut emerald green medley. Broadway showtunes, and and fantasy-like from waters of incred- "Georgia Oc My Mind " Finally, as the ible blues ship pulls away, they pull out all the Waterfalls cascade out ot tropical emotion stops with Tseie." the stirring rain forests Lagoons aad virgin beach- Fijian song of aloha. es are rimmed by stands of leaning The most beautiful South Pacific ispalms Orchids and bougainvillaea run land? Frequent travelers in this part of

17 miles around, seems to whisper seductively in your ear "Stay awhile with me. stay awhile and enjoy my pleasures " If you're tempted to jump ship and obey that very command, several cozy hotels and some very gracious people are awaiting to attend you. And in case you think it's impossible to leave the "real" world behind and find a new life on a South Seas island, talk with the Vietnam vet who operates the souvenir shop on the Bora Bora dock He's been here 10 years, has a lovely Polynesian wife, and couldn't be paid enough to return stateside Noumea, on New Caledonia, is hands-down the most-cosmopolitan stop on this 14-day odyssey from Tahiti to Australia Proudly wearing its label. The Paris of the Pacific." the affluent port city of 50,000 weaves a Gallic joie de vivre into a laid-back Melanesian ma nana. European women in the latest Paris styles, ample native women in colorful Mother Hubbards, move along avenues named for heroes of the Republic, darting in and out of patisseries, boulangerles, French cafes and boutiques, and open-air markets On the beaches, slinky Parisiennes in topless bikinis

pose on the sands and play on their yachts. Ah. but there's a storm brewing in this Franco/Pacific playground, taking a cue from their brothers and sisters on the nearby New Hebrides, who recently went independent as Vanuatu. Indigenous New Caledonians are agitating for their own seat at tbe U.N

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Friday, May 11 — Two touring exhibitions of contemporary art (lass, organized by Habatat Galleries of Lathrup Village, will be oa display through July 4 in the company's Fine Arts Gallery. Toledo. Ohio. This is the only t i m e both exhibits will be a t the same location. Tbe National Contemporary Glass exhibit will be Through J u n e 2. followed by the International Contemporary Glass exhibition. June V to July 4 Tbe Floe Arts Gallery is open daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., no admission charge. A book on tbe National exhibit by Fredinand Hampaon will be available for purchase.

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• FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Saturday. May 12 — "Tbe Hess American Indian Collection" will be on display in the sanctuary through May 20. Included a r e N a f a b o rugs, photographic p o r t r a i t s along with beaded and woven pieces by tbe Crow, Bladefoot and Nex P e r c e tribes. Tbe rugs date f r o m 1910-1940. The church is at 1000 Cranbrook Road at Woodward. Bloomfield Hills. For Information, call 848-4911.

• ROBERT L KIDD ASSOCIATES Saturday, May 12 — Sculpture by Gary Kulak, ceramics by John Donoghue. paintings by Doug Degood and cast paper constructions by Tom Balbo will continue through June 9. Reception to meet the artists 5-4 p m. Saturday Hours a r e 10:20 a.m. to 5:20 p.m Tuesday-Saturday. 107 Townsend, Birmingham.

• PAINT CREEK CENTER FOR THE ARTS Saturday. May 12 - "Pbotoimages '84* with all types of media using photographic imagery continues through June 9. J u r i e d show. Gallery talk on photography 2 p m. Saturday. May 19. Hours a r e 10 a m . to S p.m. TuesdaySaturday. 407 Pine, Rochester.

• HABATAT GALLERIES Saturday. May 12 - -A Show of Hands" and other works in g l a » by Mark Reiser continues through J u n e 2. Reception to m e e t the artist 8 p r o Saturday. 29225 Southfield, Lathrup Village.



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• DETROIT GALLERY OF CONTEMPORARY CRAFTS Saturday. May 12 — 'Quilts and B a s k e t s " i n c l u d e s w o r k s by 18 c r a f t s persons Opening reception 2-5 p m Saturday Hours a r e 11 a.m. to 5 p.m Monday-Saturday. 201 Fisher Building, D e t r o i t

• SOMERSET MALL Monday. May 14 — "Quilts: An American Romance," continues through Saturday with an exhibit of 25 extraordinary quilts, 21 workshops and lectures, a 40-dealer market, a film and demonstrations. Hours a r e 10 a . m to 9 p.m. Monday, Thursday and Friday, until 8 p m . Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday, Big Beaver at Coolidge, Troy. No c h a r g e



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"Spectrum >84, Color Photographs by 19 Women Photographers* continues through J u n e 10. Both straight color prints and hand-colored work a r e in the show. Hours a r e 11 u n . to 5 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday. 217 Pierce, Bir

• AURA FINE ART Area print collector Victor M Zink ks selling his collection through this gallery. Included are works by the 18th century German artist, Leonard Beck, etchli^s by Renoir, lithography by Karl Appel as well as pieces by Whistler. Rembrandt, Bates. Vasarely. Benton and Marsh. Continues through May Hours are 11 a . m to 8:80 p.m. Ta—day 18 a j n . to 1:28 p.m Saturday. 28 S Mala, Clarkstoa • ART EXCHANGE Low fire stoneware by PaoletU Bloik Krajmak will be on display through the month. Hours are lf-J« pan. Monday-Wednesday, until 8 p m Thursday and Friday. Saturday 18 a.m to 9:28 p . m . 41$ S. Washington, Royal Oak • ,_j • MUCCKHJ STUDIO GALLERY "Butterfly Watercolors* by Anna MuccioU and 'Jewelry by Nate Macdoti continue through May Hours are 11 a m . to 8 pan. Tueeday-Saturday. i l l Baauhien, Detroit • D E G R A A F F O R S Y T H E GALby Chuaag Che of Anr through the month the artist 8-9 pjn 18 a.m. to 8 p.m 201 Nickels Arcade turn to

C a r t A n g e v i n e of W a r r e n r e c o i v e d a $1,000 c h a c k a n d b a e t of a h o w h o n o r s f o r h i s a c r y l i c p r e s e n t a t i o n " D o m a i n of t h e B a s i c S h a p e s . "

fcdee J o p p i c h , a n a r t i n s t r u c t o r f o r VAAL [ V i s u a l A r t s A s s o c i a t i o n of L i v o n i a ) received an h o n o r a b l e mention for her mixed m e d i a collage "Night Lights."

J o p p i c h ' s w o r k will b e c o m e p a r t of G a l lery V, t h e a r t e x h i b i t o n t h e f i f t h f l o o r of Livonia C i t y Hall.

Art show stars home talent By S u s a n Rosiek staff writer A surrealistic acrylic presentation of shapes, painted by a Warren artist, took first prize Sunday in the third Livonia Purchase Award Invitational Art Show Carl Angevine, a painter for 30 years and an art teacher for the Detroit Public Schools adult education program, received a 11,000 check for his acrylic entited "Domain of the Basic Shapes at an a w a r d s presentation attended by nearly 200 people on Sunday in Livonia City Hall Angevtne, who recently adapted his style of painting from abstract to sur realism, said he is having so much fun with his new style that be plans to stick with it. "It's a good idea to experiment with different ideas, said Angevine. who entered three paintings in the invita tional Two were accepted THE WARREN artist has beer painting and exhibiting his work since he was 15 He graduated from the Center for Creative Studies and said hif work is a credit to such teachers a.' Sarkis Sarkesian and Guy Pallazola Angevme s work will become part oi the public art gallery (Gallery V) on tbt fifth-floor at Livonia City Hall The in vitational, entered by more than 20( Michigan artists, is sponsored by th* Livonia Cultural League, a non-profi' group comprised of members interest ed in promoting the arts in eonjunctior

with the Livonia Arts Commission SOME 93 works of art w e r e selecte< for the show which was judged by Haw kins Ferry and William Bostick both ot the Detroit Institute of Arts In addition to Angevine's painting the arts selection committee also wil purchase two works which receive* honorable mention - "Night Lights" b> Edee Joppich of Farmington Hills am " J u s t Sitting" by Mary T o m a s of Troy Joppich is no stranger to a r e a s r circles. She teaches a r t classes foi VKKL (VttttST A m Association of Ltvo nia> and is frequent lecturer and a r show judge She has amassed a host o a w a r d s for her artwork and most re cently took first place honors in th* Farmington Art Club's spring exhibit In 1978. she was named artist-in-resi dence by the Farmington Area Ar Commission "Night Lights'' is a mixed media col lage which is part of a series of si; paintings Joppich completed for a on< woman show earlier this y e a r at Mon roe Community College Joppich says the collage is somewha of a paradox The tone is s ombe r but a: the s a m e time the work expresses i high mood J O P P I C H DOES much of her work these days in North port on th< Leelenau Penninsula where she paint.'

and works part-time in a family-owne< gallery, Joppich's Bay Street Gallery Tomas, a mother of two children received an honorable mention for hei striking oil of a woman Tomas, wh< earned a bachelor's degree in fine art: from Wayne S u t e University in 1970 has been studying with Zubel Kacha doonan in his Greektown studio for th« last five years. A member of the Bir mingham-Bloomfield Art Assoc u t i o r and Detroit Focus, Tomas enjoys using a lot of color and likes to work with the human figure as evidenced in the award-winning oil, "Just Sitting." R o g e r C r a l n , TVi, of Plymouth s a e m s to b e enjoying "Kingfisher's Pride," an acrylic painted by C a r t a C. J a c k s o n .

Tomas is a former art director at Campbell-Ewald, an advetising agency OTHER ARTISTS receiving honor mention included Sherry Rhee ol Dexter for her mixed media "Brief Encounter in the Computer Room." David Aldrich of T r a v e r s e City for an oil Mare An Flander of Jackson fot "Celestial Assemblage No. 2" a col l a g e / w a t e r c o l o r with rice p a p e r Phyllis H. Holmes of Bloomfield Hills for her watercolor collage "The Oregor District," and Mary Beth McPherson ol Ann Arbor for her acrylic "Tiki (Arrangement 7)." Marilynn Derwensku? of Mt. Clemens for her watercolor "Lingering Melody," Linda Zalla ol West Bloomfiled for a watercolor collage "Soft-Touch," and Lin Baum ol Detroit for the oil painting entitled "Lee."

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Qs and As on oft-asked art questions 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 ecouragas 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 Meeeing special writer Did you ever notice bow most men talk on the phone'' There is quite a bit of "dead a i r " time, followed by short and to the point comments and then within minutes the pbooe is back on tbe book I was on tbe phooe for 10 minutes with my friend. Bob My wife, noticing tbe time said. "Boy that's a pretty long conversation for you " She then began asking questions "How are his girls d o i n g ' " Did he get bis pool installed OK?" I said. "Gee. . . I didn't ask Sandy follows with, "How's his wife doing'' Is she still working at tbe bank"*" And I said "er. . urn. . . she's fine. I think and I don't know if she's still working Somewhat puzzled. Sandy asked 'Well what did you guys talk about*" By now

wondering myself. I said "Just regular stuff What's the deal. I'm not taking a test on this." If you think I am a bit short on the phone you ought to see m e write. After I write each Artifacts column, my wife takes a pen and adds a whole bunch of amis "therefores" and "however*." I write about the way a student would take nptes in a lecture class. But this article is right up my alley and that is. short questions and answers Right to the point Since I haven't been very r e g u l a r about answering questions. I will f r o m time to time, have ooe such as this to catch up

Q: What is a good beginning color as sortmeaf A: THis is a very popular question usually asked with regards to oils, acrylics or watercolor There are, as one represent!ve told me. about 125 n a m e s for 75 basic colors. E a c h company feels they have rightly named the color regardless of the confusion it causes in the £rt stores The best way to s t a r t is to forget the n a m e s Look at the tube colors and pick the truest red. yellow, blue, orange, green, brown and violet Add to this a white and a black and it's paintin time

Q: Is it cheaper to stretch your own A; I never really figured it out but if you only paint a dozen or so paintings a ' year, it would be better to buy canvas a l r e a d y stretched I do know that onprimed canvas is more expensive than primed. So by the time you pay for the c a n v a s stretcher strips and paint on a

gesso prime coat, you are actually paying more than for the prestretehed Also in with the canvas, gesso and the stretcher strips you must figure the required tools, which are h a m m e r and tacks, pliers (that a r e made for stretching canvas), bandaids. gause, tetanus shot and asprins

Q: What's tbe difference between oils and acrylics? A: Briefly stated "oils" are pigment suspended in an oil base and "acrylics'" are pigment suspended in a resin or plastic base Oil thins with turpentine and acrylics thin with water Oils dry very slowly and acrylics dry within 20 minutes As far as ther finished product is concerned it is very difficult to distinguish between the two

Q: Are children under I I too young for art lessons? A: Not at all. Tbe mam concern is interest It is purely a waste of time and money to take any kind of lessons if a childs' interest fades One main goal for children under 10 is to learn to draw from photos or cartoons rather than drawing f r o m their imagination Children f r o m 8 to middle teens have many interests and it is exciting to see which of those interests will develop into an ability I remember ooe girl would come to a r t lessons straight from ber violin lesson She also had on leotards under ber dress because right after art was her modern dance class I also r e m e m b e r her driver. I mean her Mother, wbo usually J o t sat out In the car looking a little tired and kind of slumped over the wheel, waiting. I

think it is very important to not spread yourself too thin, even children That's why we have open end classes at the Art store Especially needed for children Their interests change so fast Students just pay when they come and tf t h e y want to take for four to eight weeks or two years it's totally up to them I think most parents can tell if their child has an interest in art. or not But to answer your question 10 is not too young

Q: How important is a portfolio? A; A portfolio is everything It is proof of what .you can do If you don't want to go to college, a good portfolio can land you a job If you plan to attend college, decent grades and a good port folio could earn you a scholarship By the way. congratulations to Tom Gould and Lisa Rigs tad couple of our stu dents at the Art Store, who won scholarships at Wayne State University

Q: What is the difference between "hot press" and "cold press." A: Hot press and plate finish, mean a very smooth surface. Cold press, kid or vellum m e a n s a rough surface

Q: What paint is best for clothing aad tee shirt etc.? A Most paints sold for textiles ar acrylic paints in one form or another Liquitex which is tbe pioneer of acrylic painting recommends to ensure permanance in textiles, add one teaspoon of gloss medium per three o r of paint Another brand name specifically formulated for textiles is Deka This paint is opaque and thins beautifully for airbrushing

Wll, I have a half a dozen more questions to answer but I have to call Bob back and see how his girls a r e dotn' and if his pool is installed yet e t c " etc

The best way to start is to forget the names. Look at the tube colors and pick the truest red, yellow, blue, orange, green, brown and violet. Add to this a white and a black, and it's paintin9 time.

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• I. IRVING FELDMAN GAL LERIES Print retrospective by James Rosen quist will continue through June Hour Tbe invitational was started by the are 10 a m to 5 p.m Monday-Saturday league as a means to display the works until 8 p m Thursday. 6917 Orchari of talented Michigan arts its and pur Lake Road West Bloomfield chase art (or Livonia City Hall Tbe • CAROL HOOBERMAN GAL arts selection commitee, chaired by LERY Emma Saley, organized the show Paper paintings and woven construc Other committee members included tions by Nancy Albertson decorate* Livonia Council Presdient Robert Bishearthenware ceramics by Angelo d op, Councilman Fernon Feenstra, Kay Petta and paper constructions by Pau German Jo Gnffing. Ruth Knight, Anne A Rotobert continue at the gallery Pritchard, Lucille McNamara. John through the month, l i i S Bates. Bir Nagy, Daniel Redstone Moya Taormimingham na and A J I"techt • G A L L E R Y BIRMINGHAM "Fashion as Art Art as Fashion" con tinues through May 28 This is an elec tic survey of work Including antique hand-colored fashion illustrations, ong ma! designer sketches, graphics bj Erte and Rosamond and jewelry b? Erte Informal fashion show at 7 p m Thursday. May 17 to showcase some o Michigan's talented designers Hour are 10 a m to i p m Monday-Wednes day, until 8 p m Thursday-Saturday 223S Woodward. Birmingham • SUSANNE B I L B E R R Y GALLERY One man show by Italo Scang; should be a charmer This internation ally known artist works in both two an< The 13th annual Mid-West Antiquarithree dimensional art and tends ti an Book Fair will be held 9 30 a m to 5 combine folk art qualities and a v e n p m Saturday at Bloomfield Township sophisticated approach Hours are 1 Library, Lone Pine and Telegraph. arm. to 6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, i i i S Bloomfield Township Woodward. Birmingham This event sponsored by the Friends • R I B I N E R GALLERY of the Bloomfield Township Library, is Recent paintings by George Mi an ezhibit and sale with many Michigan book dealers participating. Tbe yasaki continue thnigh May 29 Hour wide selection will include first ediare 10 a m to i 30 p m Monday-Fn tions. illustrated books, fine prints, fine day. until 5 p m Saturday. 7001 Or bindings, limited and signed material chard Lake Road. West Bloomfield and items related to boots in all fields • TOWN C E N T E R G A L L E R Y of collectible interest "Rhythm Rhyme and Romance" is i Michigan premiere of Uthograp® o dance figures suspended in time arx motion by Helene Guentary and litho graphs of 19th century Parisien cultun by Claude Weisbuch Hours are 10 a m to 5 30 p m Monday-Friday and 11 a m to 4 p.m Saturday, 3000 Towr Center, Suite 45. Southfield Oakland University's Lowry Early Childhood Center offers two programs • OAKLAND COUNTY G A L L E R designed for children of kindergarten IA age Juried exhibition and sale by mem The program for Young is" is a bers of the South Oakland Art Associa half-dav. five days a week class coordition will continue through the month nated to meet the needs of children Tbe gallery is in the Oakland Count} who are not ready for the traditional Executive Building, 1200 North Tele kmdergartenc classroom graph, Pontiac The program runs on the university • YAW GALLERY calendar and tuition is $110 per month Ceramics by Eva Kwong and Kirk The kindergarten program is a full Mangus will continue through th« day class from 9 a m to 3 p m (with month. 550 N Woodward, Birmingham before and after school care an option) • XOCHIPILLI GALLERY Children who are "strong is" developPhotographs by Detroiter Mishi mentally or children who need a year Gordin envelop a rather strange work between kindergarten and first grade that seems to emanate from some are encouraged to enroll Tuitioo for where deep in the secret psyche Thi» the full day program is 1243 per month provocative show continues through For information call OU at 377-4100 May 26 Hours are 11 a m. to 5 p m

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Tuesday-Saturday, 568 N Woodward Birmingham • SCHWEYER-GALDO GALLERIES Recent New York paintings by Peres Cells along with original drawings anc graphics by Cuevas, Calder Miro. Lair and Tapies in the back galleries Hour are 1 1 a m to 5 JO p.m Tuesday-Satur day 330 Hamilton Row, Birmingham • TROY ART G A L L E R Y "Michigan Artists Invitational — 1984" includes works by nine potter* and 15 painters Regular gallery bour* are 11 a m to 5 30 p m Tuesday-Sat ur day, 755 W Big Beaver. Top of Troy Concourse, Troy • CANTOR L E M B E R G New paintings by Mel Rosas continue at the gallery through May 19 Reg ular hours are 11 a m to 5 30 p.m Tuesday-Saturday. 538 N Woodward Birmingham • C.A.D.E. G A L L E R Y Paper and fiber works by John Gerard and mixed media sculpture by Ted Hadfield will be on display through May 23 Both artists have exhibited widely in this area Regular hours are noon to 7 p.m Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, 8025 Agnes. Detroit. • SACRED H E A R T ACADEMY Charcoal, pencil and pastel drawings by Sister Ernestine Smith will be on display in the gallery of the Academy through May 13 After ber retirement. Sister pursued a lifelong wish to study and make art Her still llfes. landscapes and portraits of adults and

children illustrate her unusual ability and appreciation of the beauty around her Open during regular school hours. 1250 Kensington. Bloomfld Hills • THE PRINT GALLERY Posters from the "Metropolitan Opera Fine Art Portfolio II" will be on exhibit through May These include "Pagliacci* by Karel Appel, "Peter Grimes* by Will Bamett and "II Truvatore" by Sandro Chia. Hours are 10 a m to 6 p m Monday-Saturday. Thursday until 9 p.m., 29203 Northwestern. Southfield • HILL G A L L E R Y Paintings and sculpture by Ed Rat ney will be on display through May 12 Hours are 11 a.m to 5:30 p.m. TuesdaySaturday. 163 Townsend, Birmingham • CRANBROOK A C A D E M Y O F ART MUSEUM Second student degree show runs-to May 13 Pieces shown represent the work done by the academy students during their two-year degree programs Featucfd are architecture, ceramics and design, fiber and photogra phy Tbe museum, 500 Lone Pine, is open 1-5 p.m daily except Mondays and major holidays Admission fee. D E T R O I T FOCUS G A L L E R Y "Review Committee Selections" includes never-before-shown work by sii artists. Pieter Favier. Douglass Hoagg Leslie Hoptcbo, Renee McPhail, James Stephens and Tim Terrell. Hours are noon lo 6 p.m Wednesday-Saturday. 743 Beaubien, Detroit.

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NORTHVILLE C L O S E T O LAKE location 3 bedrooms, basement, plush carpel and fireplace M o v e - m condition Mortgage ia a s aumable. $65,900 3 4 8 - 6 4 3 0

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DECEIVING is the word thet bents this epecious 3 bedroom. IVi story aluminum home, fully finished baaement with rec room den and fun bath Earthtone decor central air and land contract terms 420-2100

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SIX BEDROOM HOME Q U A L I T Y BUILT W e t plaster, sprinkler system, h a r d w o o d floors gas grid o n w o o d deck plus p a t i o on tower level d 0 0 r 477°Tia,IC ° D * n * r flh-taar a r e a ; $ 1 3 9 900

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F A N T A S T I C H O U S E ! Kitchen la a cooks daflgDI S p a c e aever micro wave, g a r b a g e oompaclor, diahwaaher A lota o l c u p b o a r d s r w a h e d b a a a m a n i 2 ear over sized garage, patio $ gas barbecue. 2 M l bathe $60,900 3 2 6 - 2 0 0 0

P W C E D T O SELL M a r b l e aWa In kitchen A bath. Petto extras you want. A vary race area. G o o d schools, double gaa o r * , garage d o o r o p a n a r Motivated seller $ 1 4 , 9 0 0 $25-0000.

SUNSHINE!! Cathedral celling towers over huge, bright greet room with lots of windows and two-way firepiace Fenced in swimming pool and patio lights make for a super p o d party Lots ot mature tree* in this country-tike aetting AN this and 11% aaaumption! 160 950 459-6000

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SPACIOUS COLONIAL With 4 r>«<]rooms 2H batha, fVsl floor laundry, formal dimng. fireplace in family room, flniahed beaement and attached g a r a g e 178.900 261-4700

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S H A R P 3 b e d r o o m brick r a n c h w i t h m a n y f e a t u r e s Very cleen. r e m o d e l e d k i t c h e n A b a t h Finished b a s e m e n t A n w e i m p o r t a n t l y .you can aaaume this h o m e L i v o n i a s c h o o l * . Wm c o n s i d e r s« o f f e r s $ 4 3 , 9 0 0 3 2 6 - 2 0 0 0

C O U N T R Y L I V I N G Lovely brick home o n 1 a c r e 3 bedrooms, 2v» baths, family room, fireplace a n d 2 c a r attached Oarage Simple Assumption $80,000 4 5 5 - 7 0 0 0

T H R E E B E D R O O M split level w i t h vary large r o o m s , g o o d assumption and large kitchen $ 3 5 , 9 0 0 3 2 6 - 2 0 0 0

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REAL PRIDE o» o w n e r s h i p . This h o m e has it aJI. 3 b e d r o o m s . 2Vt car g a r a g e Family r o o m with M l w a l l n a t u r a l f i r e p l a c e A b e a m e d c e i l i n g W a f t t h r u storage In b a s e m e n t B u t c h e r b l o c k c o u n t e r s in r e m o d e l e d k i t c h e n M u c h m o r a l $68.900.426-0090.

REDFORD L O W A S U M P T l O N 3 bedroom ranch b u m i n 1979. This h o m e oflara a minimum of maintenance a n d at v i unheal i] o l price. Completely fenced 4 4 4 . 9 0 0 4 4 4 - 7 0 0 0

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O U T S T A N D I N G 3 b e d r o o m C o l o n i a l Energy e f f t o e n t h o m e w i t h f o r m a l d i n i n g r o o m , family r o o m with fireplace, built in m i c r o - w a v e in k i t c h e n & c e n t r a l air A t t a c h e d 2 car g a r a g e Nicely l a n d s c a p e d $ 1 0 5 900 2 6 1 - 0 7 0 0 FOR D I S C R I M I N A T I N G h o m e seekers Uniquely d e s i g n e d brick & a l u m i n u m split level w i t h 3 b e d r o o m s . 1% b a t h s s e p a r a t e d i n i n g . breakfast r o o m , family r o o m w i t h n a t u r a l Brick fireplace, d e n g a r a g e m g r o u n d pool. d e c k , c e n t r a l atr & m o r e $ 7 7 , 5 0 0 2 8 1 - 0 7 0 0

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Renaissance Concerts series has been with us for several years, under the inspring leadership of it s founder director. Misha Rachlevsky It was previously announced that Rachlevsky would be resigning his position with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra to dedicate his full efforts to this venture, with a newly recruited permanent group The new group will be named "The Renaissance City Chamber Players " The schedule for next sea son under the new organization is being released The series will consist of 20 concerts, each per formed twice SI BSCRIBERS WILL have a choice of two full series options, four half series options and eight mini-series (five concerts), all performed al Orchestra Hall The hall will be divided into three sections representng different prices Prices for Section III will be 165 for a full series, *35 for half a series and $22 for a mini-series, and prices for Section I will be about twice these amounts There will be a liberal exchange policy What can one expect to get for these prices'' There will be a fair share of known compositions

Dental care is part of health care Americans, more than ever, a r e working hard to stay healthy and fit They a r e exercising, watching their diet and finding out more about what it takes to stay healthy But m a n y of those health-conscious Amen cans s e p a r a t e their den tal care f r o m their total health c a r e To them, dental c a r e means leaving a bright, pretty smile Teeth and gums, like other parts of the body, are susceptible to disease One dental disease which ts prevalent among adults, although it can occur at any age. is periodontal disease, the major cause of tooth loss in adults The American Dental Hygienists' .Association recommends you inspect

your mouth for tbe following signs of gum disease s Bleeding gums when brushing teeth, • Red, swollen and tender gums; • Loose or separating permanent teeth, • Change in the way dentures and partials fit; • Bad breath, • Change in the way teeth fit together when biting Gum disease can be prevented Brushing and flossing thoroughly at least once a day, eating well-balanced m e a l s and limiting snacks, visiting your dental hygienlat and dentist on a regular basis, and checking for any signs of gum disease are important in preventing gum disease

some as substantial as the piano quintets by Brahms and Schumann, a variety of works by M o rart. including two of his early piano concert! and Haydn's "Farewell" symphony, the concluding work on this series (but hopefully not suggesting the termination of it) There will be some profound works that are i e » er known, like the Chamber Symphony Op 11 by Shostakovich and Concerto in D by Stravinsky and works by seldom performed composers like Michael Haydn. Tartini. Dorati (yes. that famous conductor) and more THIS IS only a very partial list from a menu of more than 70 items, many of which are as significant as those mentioned There is going to be a variety of guest artists, some local and some from the outside In the latter category will be pianist Ilse von Alpenheim. wife of Maestro Dorati. whose string quartet will also be performed on that program, pianist Boris Bet-man. cellist David Genngas and violinit Emanuel Borok There will be several others who have appeared with tbe series, under it's old format, among those are Jonathan Shames, a finalist in the Tchaikovsky competition, Principal Detroit Symphony Orchestra cellist Italo Babtni Detroit Symphony Orches-

tra oboist Donald Baker and, of course. Miaba Ra chlevsky Other area musicians include pianists Pauline Martin, Leszek Bartkievicz. Cameron Grant and ooe wbo has enriched many lives for the past 70 years — Mischa Kotier Again, this is only a partial list picked in random, and it should not be coo strued that those not mentioned here a r e less quail fied

(Clara Schumann. Fanny Mendelssohn. Alma Mahler and others.), an all-Vivaldi program and an almost all-Handel p r o g r a m on Handel's 500th birthday there will also be a special extra program dedicated to Bach s 300th birthday (that will be $3 e x t r a in Section III) To illustrate how incomplete this description is — Beethoven is definitely represented even though not mentioned so far

AMONG THE special programs in the senes. one will feature Pergolesi s opera "La Serva P a d r o na." co-produced with Michigan Opera Theatre, a special program featuring women composers

By all accounts, the number of leisurely hours not filled with musical events is dwindling very fast Tbe coming slower summer season could be our last opportunity to catch our breath

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FARMINGTON HILLS - NEW

MEADOWBROOK F O R E 8 T S U B Luxurious 3 bedroom, 2-4 bath. dan. atudy. formal dining, great room, laundry room, bollt-in oak desks and bookcaaa, porch, sprinkling system, on large corner lot. microwave oven, air, energy efficient, carpating. 2% car garage, etc. 10% Land Contract.

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NEGOTIABLE LAND CONTRACT TERMS payment neg

$ 2 3 5 , 0 0 0

4 7 6 - 4 7 2 7

country

Down

"CHARMER"

on this 4 bedroom colonial In Can-

ton Country Acres kitchen

Beautiful 3 bedroom brick ranch with 2 full batha.

Family room fireplace, large

and

neutral

decora

thru-out

Seller anxious $69,900 (P-761) 453-6600

varsltlle

kitchen,

excellent

floor

plan,

spacious

finished basement wtth 4th bedroom. 2% car garage. & l o u

of storage space. $64,900. (L-065)

522-5333

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

PLYMOUTH! THE PERFECT LOCATION OFF SHELDON Rear yard back irvg Into a wooded paradise 5 bedrooms. 2V* baths, formal dining, a study, a lovely wood foyer, family room with fireplace, 1st floor laundry, finished recreation room, aluminum trim. VERY MUCH AT VALUE AT $124,900 {453-

bedrooms, formal dining, family room,

dream

finished Basement, and 2 i car garage

mica-stone

8200)

FAULTLESS AT $69,900 (453-8200)

dows

CITY

OF

PLYMOUTHI

MAINTAINED. GRADED

PRECISELY

AMBITIOUSLY

with

a

superb

UP-

location

A

PLYMOUTH! CUSTOM BUILT wtth recognizable quality and coetty extra" a. A top

location off

N. Territorial

4

bed-

brick one story wtth Ita trim covered In

rooms. 3Vfc baths, formal dlntng. circu-

aluminum

lar

yard

A

private

enclosed

A NEW DREAM KITCHEN

rear 2 or 3

staircase,

ment,

1st

walk-out

floor

kitchen,

finished

laundry, family

fireplace.

UN-MATCHED

a

base-

study,

a

wtth

a

room

Andersen $162,500

This totally refurbished 5 bedroom farm house is a

win-

WESTLAND RANCH

one of a kind" offering. Home boasts 2 IMng

party

82001

room

off

the

totally

remodeled

I n 3 bedrooms 4 the list goes on or

simple

aaaumption

Land contract

available

fiorr^B for the exceptlona buyer

bath wtth molded tub. 2 V i car brick front garage,

kitchen

Front & back stairway to bedrooms, celling fans Exceptional

bedrooms, 1Vfc baths, full basement, remodeled

3

rooms, family room f o r m a dining room & great

<453-

all aluminum trim, profeealonal landscaping, extra insulation,

roof—4

years

old,

original

owners

$45,500. (L-097) 522-5333

$172,500 (P-612)

453-6600

P L Y M O U T H ! FOREVER ADMIRED, given e x a c t i n g c a r e , nearly two acres of specimen! t r e e s o n N Territorial Outstanding q u a l i t y long since f o r g o t t e n 3 b e d r o o m s . 2 ' i baths, f o r m a l dining, (2) fireplaces, glass e n c l o s e d porch, etc A S K I N G $ 1 4 9 , 9 0 0 (453-6200)

P L Y M O U T H ! A GREAT EXTERIOR wtth a very popular location 3 b e d r o o m a , 2 H baths, f o r m a l dining, a lovefy foyer 'amity r o o m wtth fireplace. 1st floor laundry, full basement C ent ral air, e l e c t r o n i c air purifier $ 1 1 9 , 9 0 0 (4538200)

CITY

OF

PLYMOUTH!

"HOUGH

PARK".

Impeccably

cared-for

England

Colonial

bedrooms.

4

baths, formal dining, family ment

room

wtth

2Vi

1st floor laundry,

fireplace,

Central air, U G

minum trim, etc

CENTURY 21 Gold H o u s e Realtors 420-2100 464-8881

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full

V

base-

sprinklers, alu-

$145,900 (453-6200)

DIANE HILL or TOM REED

W e i r ,

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M a n u e l ,

4«W South Ma-iui Strcrt

S n y d e r Hvmouth

&

FIRST" OFFERING

BUILDER S CUSTOM RANCH M O D E L Rare And In Hough Park Contemporary H o m e — 4

3

bedrooms—4% baths, tremendous Island kitchen

fireplace, ceramic foyer, pluah carpeting, c e n t r a

wtth fireplace & built Ins

bedrooms, 2V% batha, great room wtth marble

Beautiful library, music

a r , professional landscaping wtth sprinkling sys-

room wtth fieldstone fireplace, huge family room

tem, excellent floor plan In deaireabie Farmlnglon

with bar & fireplace. Inground pool

Hills Araa. $135,900 (L-018) 5 2 2 - 5 3 3 3

floor plan

Unique open

$220,000 (P-600) 453-6600

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CITY OF P L Y M O U T H I Placed o n s pleasant t r e e - l i n e d street North of Penniman Ave . this 1W story boasts 3 b e d r o o m s , 2 b a t h s , d i n i n g srea wtth a bay w i n d o w r e c r e a t i o n r o o m wtth a franklin fireplace and 2 ' i car garage ESPECIALLY WELL P R I C E D AT $56,900 ( 4 5 3 - 6 2 0 0 )

CITY

OF

PLYMOUTH!

COLORED VINYL turdy home

ATTRACTIVE

SIDING

flatters

this

Two blocks to downtown

Handsome re-finished hardwood floors, forma

dining room, 3

bedrooms or 2

wtth a stu
$56,000 (453-8200)

PLYMOUTH! A DISTINGUISHED CONTEMPORARY Coast" tectural

4V» acres

noteworthy

batha. etc space

on

A

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location on N Territorial Archi4

badrooms.

3%

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i' i * 8

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Large 2 1 ' family room w / n a t u r a fireplace country kitchen w/large eating area

i

tached 2 car garage

First floor At-

$73,900 (P-782) 453-6600

Set up for the active family

ranch, 4 badroom. 3 full batha, pole barn, 5 acres Don't mtss this one. call today! $110,000 (P-734)

CREEK'

A

maintained

ENVIABLE

lovely 3

WALNUT

setting,

large

fauftleeefy

bedrooma.

2Vi

batha. a glazed tile foyer, formal dining, famlfy

room

laundry,

full

wtth

fireplace

basement garage

and

EDGED ing

WINNER

bath,

carpeting,

bedrooms.

side

screened

en-

$137,500

extensive

up-grad-

New vinyl insutated windows

l a floor

C e n t r a air and

sprinklers

Novt. Stonehenge condominium CITY OF PLYMOUTHI AN ACKNOWL-

2

furnace,

batha.

porch.

and

forma

Anlehed

new

roof

3

dining,

recreation

PLYMOUTH! AN IMPORTANT HISTORICAL H O M E flattered by a 1 acre safting graced bedrooma.

by age-old shade tree* 21*

batha.

forma

3

dining

room. 2Sx 16 IMng room wtth fireplace, a study, and basement

The interior a

room, and attached garage wtth open-

perleci and the aurroundtng homes are

er

substantia

TOWERING TREES

a great location

$119,900

$76,500 (45S-6200)

S ESS ED

3

bedroom.

attached garage pool 1

tennis

\ anRi 1

#

459-2430

lamlly

nice

room,

carpet

first

throughout

floor

over

brick fire-

laundry,

pro-

194.900.

MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE! Beautiful home wtth plenty of extras. B a a a m e n t «

garageflmahedIn 4" tile, immaculate condition, insulated, 3 b a d r o o m a 2

V-Wfc

Established m

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453-8200

Excellent

terms

swimming

GREAT STARTER H O M E

available

Charm abounds ta tha taatefulfy d e c o r a t e d 3 bedroom tn leva, gaa fireplace in famHy room. 1'* car garage 4 many i m p r o v e m e n t You w a

w / 2 0 % down fixed ' " t e mortgage immedi-

cotonia

Beautifully

w/18'x14'

batha. c e n t r a a r .

maintained 3 bedroom

lamlly

room,

ftrapiaca,

range, diahwaaher 6

love Itfl S41,000 (L-067) 522-5333

1%

diaposa

garage, beeutlfui neutral de-

$72,900 ( P - 6 1 1 ) 4 5 3 - 6 6 0 0

"NOSTALGIC"

h o m e wtth a famHy kitchen, p o e a b l e 3 bedrooma. m t f sewing room. M l tieaament, and 2 Older

car garage Aaktag $45,600. (L-029) 5 2 2 - 5 3 3 3

W a a r a I n t e r v i e w i n g for S a l e s P e o p l e , p l e a s e call:

Robert Bake 2 blocks wvst of rh<- M a v t l o w e r Hotel 1005 West A n n AIDOL Tr.nl Plymouth

BANK REPOS

ate occupancy $47 900 (P-633) 453-6600 Canton Twp

included. 2Va car «tt

REALTORS

$125,900

ta

1V* bath townhouae wtth

Community building

courts

cor throughout

NOVI - VERY SPECIAL TWO BEDROOM CONDO In C o u n t r y P l a c e Neutral d e c o r Loft style d a n or third b e d r o o m o v e r l o o k s Wvtng r o o m Back by t h e w o o d s $68-200 459-2430

place

batha $59,700 (1-018) 622-5333 PLYMOUTKS

(453-6200)

PLYMOUTH - SIMPLE ASSUMPTION ON THIS BEAUTIFUL Tudor Style Colonial featuring four bedrooma, two and ona-hatf batha, famWy room wtth wet bar, profeaaionalty landscaped yard.

den/offlce).

hardwood floors in most a a a a . full wa4

excellent location, newly

453-6600

underground

maiain. a Ma a.

with

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REDFORD - LARGE, CLEAN FOUR BEDROOM CAPE C O D with d o u b l e lot Newer kitchen c a b i n e t s , d i s h w a s h e r and d i s p o s e r All a l u m i n u m e x t e r i o r Priced to sell quickly. Low t a x e s O w n e r a n x i o u s $41,900 459-2430

GOLFVIEW M E A D O W S C O L O N I A L badroom

bedrooma. 2V» batha. (large maatar

(L-060) 522-5333 Northville Area

S H A R P COLONIAL* HAS FIRST FLOOR LAUNDRY and d e n . e x t r a l a r g e family r o o m , lovely patio wtth s p e c i a l l a n d s c a p i n g C o r p o r a t e Owner w a n t s It sold quicklyl $67,911 459-2430

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Inc MJL C O R P O R A T E Mlrblfae 4I1M 144-7 Ml for year Aauamr irxirtfafe !:(• MO For appt HOME MASTER round livtnf or wee»«e«J fet call TRANSFEREE S E R V I C E after • pm Ml 1 4 M away* Top naaiity lOTatranaao ui 1 BLOOM71ELO HILLS Scboola 4 bad bedroom 1 batfc -Mlet wttt frrnl SUNRISE 471-2800 room IS bait bnrt roloanal oa ra! dr 851-6700 TI ' I.taeopi » arrea of aer laded A B S O L U T E L Y A D O R A B L E BEAlTirtX Ffanmofbarx SIMPLE ASSUMPTION tor Caatrai' air family room ftraplare Oi witt Huron Rlvrr froolafe Opav Sat I V 1 badroom*. I > 4 batba Profaawooa: [>^roraioa » own ham* Jaat Ijted 1 bodroorr. ranch in Kendall w w t bat finished baaement 315 MorttiviHe-Novi FARMINGTON 11411 Brootdale wood Beaut.fa! tread kit. newly •aement 1 nlaa (a n i l . M Call Lacy Car,Ik* Mt rnJo Ja«t wan «aul you 316 W e s t l a r x j 318 Redford family room newer Larfe titrtan aat T Byowi Uua pawl Owner S bedroom bock rolonial. rd and carpetad Finiahaid basement, >M0 041-O4T4 pvea "t MM home it • i t>ad.roo«m forma, dimaf H' mf araa duuna rooan. fireplace i panel 1 fireplace la 11 living room, formal din G a r d e n City CHARLES REINHAHT <11 doora finiMerf baaaanaal 1H rar aa car attached farafe $74. M M BLOOMTTEU) HILLS Emnent now room familii room firuafc^d bunrmi -Of room full baaemeni fenced yard I SERENE SETTING *NN ARBOR A-1 B A R G A I N S rafe >117.000 !4U HaanatU 044 i M0 •of floorplaa matr ttia raart tbe place witfc bar i car detached carafe on larfe Ireed lot Wooded lot 10 urimM I) Mile Novl to lamui work play aad or loia^e Only I4» M0 &wwn by app t. 177 14M Rd irM > bedrooma. maftufkront 2] i L i v o n i a S c h o o l s BEST Bl-Y IN BLOOMPIEID TraaderrM emerfwocv 1 bedrooma I batba new kitrtaa mae Century 2 1 11 famili room formal dlBto« room. Hrm lutiai taaaulifal 1 iMdrrmi brv-t SELLER Beautiful C o n t e m p o r a r y y m f « of '.h j ) bedroom onrt Owner mat aali aaOjnf 14 71 000 ral tar bedriaan and Graal Room ail witt 303 Watt Bloomfieid PARK i«TO« IM*- ea&raars 1 car farafe ranrfc JH balJw futAMtc bumnii form J Mrom Brvk Raarfc modern liirtk FLORAL wit* family room, tltrtee built oed ot oeer M*0 M0 M Waartoa Laaa mafunrem me a teperair library ROBEC P R O P E R T I E S bedroom tn level IS Mtta over Only 171. $44 with nui roaqi (ar I.MMI ar bM ranrt ro IS ULfi* crolraJ aiir a«L*rti#d |a 1atsed For appt call after 1 lam Hi MM ita baaaensai p ' i | r ud (nor* Pnrad and :rail fmaabad beaemeat witt aaany IS car aarafe lipeo 11 Sat 4 A B r e a t h of ol S p r i n g 851-7711 roam |*r«fr and farg*w*» daror ta sail Lmrrly Yin 4 dart oil Lvmg Sao Aakinf $4' M0 walk-oat Deck pauo ftreplacr l^trw 111 llll Fraatlia alkr* 4 ba*oom ra^r Kiet-uliw Relocation ! E X E C U T I V E H O M E IM »00 BEVERLY HILLS Blrmlofha tasaa 4 utility billa HUM Laat i44br ranrt 1 full MttaW' famil room FTori room Aak for AN(iIE famify Scboc.ll MU0 Woodbaver l'p-dateri 1 EeUbLat a .eatint reuuenahip witt w*M by owner Open Sanday i 5 Ur FOtR BEDROOM. IS Mtt tpiad to Call Rachel Rioo SltM) [OWN atartar special aa dotinlr bedroom raart on I acre treed lot call for weetdai appaatment Mt-4*41 Oa room, aaany ll teller witt ratiaf SPRAWLING Brick Ranch in cLamy LMs bnct contemporary 1 story bam rated in the Win :rt Parminfton wait Sub 3 bedroom* I S Mtta IS car fa wiu dinutf roan aad garaft All 1110 .OM Act now1 t n m r |7«.0M ONLY $3,500 area lovely new dart. Maoufsl yard ~ ' m apn floor plan towennf en i R E / M A X 4 2 2 - 6 0 3 0 lot eserytlunf Newer oetrtral deror rafr Lou of treea' $tl 00® ianna available witt trees fall baaarriint central air will mm you into tba ! beddrran Hotl to mortaafe at 11 >» * Trade i laailn nil celltnfi 1» l It Isnuly room I apartlea .naidr and oat Onr bedroom 4 BLuOMF IELIi HILLS Farmiagloo Hllla Srtoola tM M0 Houa* Com plat ajy remodeled* (tina 1714010 or H»N7I PUREMOST OPEN SUNDAY, 1 TO » PM Mtt on lower level could ba in-Law CENTURY 21 tnf Mroc double lu< I car farafe Ast half »4O-lJI0or M7 40M PRIME BLOOMTIELD AREA T\ia Three Bedroom bnct raart 1 S MtM Mtta < badrooma atnnm fardaei VINCENT N. LEE Kite lilt M0 Aat for for ANGIE Today 5 3 8 2 0 0 0 family room larfe rar room, wet bar room wood trim panelled Soon aad N E W LISTING" laadarapM Mt in damrabtr Blonom E x e c u t i v e Transfer Sales BEVERLY HILLS ROYAL OAK f*l Rae R o c k a f o l l o w ififround pool J fireplace* many ea mafnl/lcant OerorslUM $141 *M n*M S«nare olfen family room Witt Sharp J bndrootn bnct rsact with (am By turner ftarmiaa Cap* Cod bom* M 851-4100 tr aa. U* too B y Owner Hi Mn REAL E S T A T E ONE t t a . Milan pantry base wrap 2 1 lly room. 1 S bstlu (i.'1/r roantn -BEAUTIFUL" witt cove cetLuvfa fireplace fall haaa aroand p*Ue Ml bnaomant 4 more Pool, Park & Lake flnlsped baaement aaai 7 rear (spotlea hum* tn prima araa offtrs 1 meat, corner lot Trwoa I car farafo MoUv*M WALK TO rifWNTtlWN 477-1111 474-6258 Stately brict basuti aloe tM lufb tltcMn. HOME CENTER SaJlar- $117.M* A PERFECT GEM land contract terms Kiceilanl Garden I tiedrooma Is MtM fireplace fami Newly remodeled 4 landacaped Lara* #d-nocrn coantrr Hyle kllrtM frouM 1 badrooma. il ft fsraity room City anaa M> M0 i44 (ol Gracioaa old bnct colonial. I 4 76-7000 ly room and Z rar farafe Larfe tread GREAT ASSt MPTION MS-0404 full finished rac room carpet through witt Ik flrspUce f:ret>Ucv forma! formal dluune din room. J bedroom* larfe master bedroom auu Call Rachel Rion OPEN S U N , 2 - 5 P M oat Uuitablr n r u a p or terma ' a! Harkedt ( KTi t nearp nio C E N T U R Y 2 1 formal dlmnf roam, arwty remodeled apanoaa > bad 11111 Willow Lanr kitrbeo. (aaraly room witt fireplace A c c e n t s O n D e t a i l s SMITH-GUARDIAN £t' £*u r2 rX» ' R E / M A X 4 2 2 - 6 0 3 0 Asftinf IM M4 ttartad fa MJL CORPORATE N of $ Mile.. E at Mlddlebell. fir* floor laondri library larfe center Tliu raor* Ikome featurva 2 W batta anTVi .Cbamunf nu>i rafe arttt opener fenced ia yard mint 478-5440 255-0037 1 bedroom Lfcitcfc C-oioCENTURY 21 I TRANSFEREE S E R V I C E entrance beaatifully decorated and main floor frr*c room with muvn an! of fen modern aril Make offer Call before I pm lit U7 kllrteo formal din maintained Owner Iranaferred full wall Btoor for»pUr« frw- form mf room apaciuaa Uviaf room witt ONLY II TM DOWN H a r t f o r d 414, inc 478-6000 ida 114 MOi - WAY WEST BLOOMFIELD built ui pooi r-eeiral vacuum mum fireplace 1 fall MtM baarmmt p 851-6700 Room* 134 HOC alumioam. 1 car (a R I T E $i».oeo uUrrrom tnrratMalunf Uadaraptac. raja, HUM lot USUI master bad- BEAlTTiyVL J bedroom Ranrt boma. DESIRABLE A R E A 4 more Oaly l-ovelv larfe lot BEVERLY H I L L S VINCENT N LEE True Contemporai foM baLhroom f jtUurea aod many morr rafe room. 1©S I 10 tllrten 11x14 bnu faUy carpeted rerreauoa room wiu BLOOMFIELDHILLS reduced to $4i 000 Low I utatinrlinf ralae 1 awry bnct home (M-cB) Hlftly Kaachl after I% Lilwii feaiurt* For Uw di»c*rmnf OasliraMy room new hsunf Garden C>ti Call E x e c u t i v e Transfer S a l e s bar lad fall batb. atLarted taraf* O P E N SAT. 1 4 4 bedroom 1 s MtM fureolacad family Rale Assumption' r. Uici LAKERLDGE OF W A B E E K 1M4 Natara! woodwork Dronrr. tfxwrr ( H U y » I W > O M for addrms Cantor? II. A B C 4&-S1M IM.OM room, first floor laundry ruusbed base SUPERBLY DETAILED 651-4100 aa iipen fraat room Library Separata 16945 Reed mere mant. circular dnve. central air ma ptllarad coMaial Larfr dintat room 1 badriaaiis ap MadLARRY B U C K M A S T E R REPOSSESSES) 4 aluminum ranrt. 1 bedrooma Marantic Uffet bnct tare planunfs and well maintained «ne wilt 1 bad Bnrt loweribf iraa* oa *M E A R L K E I M am baths Dart Barti u wooda * Only $1000 moves to lovely J bedroom ATTRACTIVE Kanrk newer formica kitrtaa panelled J O ft $107,900 422-€030 icoald be a bed a ate Dramatic Tr* rmM aaa' Owasr transferred I1L4.M0 bnck raach baaeraetu. 1 car p r a r £ £ t 4 c i ? 2 f ream raom^aaforced air. centra! air Midwest Inc 477-0880 far beat. 1 v» car | l family R E / M A X F O R E M O S T , INC 10T ft frootlga W of P*arre, So al 14 rac roam and mora Call lor mil* — rafr HUM rarnpuon (oyer annten Ufcrmry $107,900 VINCENT N LEE Mile $103,MO Ex eft i na C o n t e m c x x a c y $1M starts daal Camaryll ABC llvtnf and dialaa room, lovuk Spnctona rnlanul I bedrc ALL BRICK HOME for sale is Wood G r e e n Hill R a n c h Executive Transfer Sales LOVELY POTOMAC VILLAGE •alia aad Mtt Taateful daror batta. flmplare IDwttt IftHH CHARMING 1 badmaap Buacaiow car bott lamily room 4 crewt Hilla. Ll Mile 4 Middlefteli t bedroom IS Mil ranrt wttt tarfi tniau Great Assumption 851-4100 mttcmUmly maintained BloonlMM mooter bedroom Spnrioua kitrtem lead Farmiafloe Kilti v. art* vooM W S patlnc. bmJl ic lia»«aa»er recraatxa C R A N B R 0 0 K s Forma: dimn* room outstanding opra MM 000 pa MeOruloual? maintained S bedutf to tort Pool 4 club available Must badrooma. I * batha formaJ duunf i? STARTER HOME plan witi panoramic new catM room l*n balJft brvk raart ao bcaaltfu. floor A s s o c Inc R e a l t o r s be aold Submit roar offer today room fTMLroom witi »tor»r firrpLscr fomrnow C H U M * MARTIN Low dova LC 1 bedmuau ranrt. apa- " m a K t ^ K E TM dral ceiUafa four-net kltrMa new caa316 Westland tocaugo AtlrarOvr 70aLitT parqurt wood ftoor* in fejcdwe 4 ooofe HM cioaa lilrtaat. Iarga Uraw ream car lons Mttroom wttt Jacaizi Roman tut 645-2500 A E T N A floor cwtrtap and •rw Itaraslaa rarpelinf Utrw»fbout. walipap*r* peuaj thro owl. t-oacrad prto extra larze master bedroom Wrap Garden City ingr -aed tiirouffcout Cathedral r^xhag off Larfr wood window* rrmo6ek for V I N C E N T N LEE DAVTS-NE C RE/MAX FOREMOST, INC . uttinf X UT.SOB M4 1*00 Ileparate uwarr sacrtftnaaf IM0 aq R J U S T L I S T E D tral air dntne kitrtaa. leocwd yard, family room* pltaa A E T N A 626-8800 BKAUTWL 1 Etarvtive ccOaaial t Mdi noma imutrr 44-at, Maumom square footafr for Z j C * ** " 1 T larfa wood dart i<* car amanWad fa first hoor master I suite, IS MtM. ftrai floor Laaodry tte dollar Ov«r 1 040 sq fl la tta mi UNBELIEVABLE BUY rafr fall tiaaaniK 11S\ find rote r«no4alad kitrbaa raAaMad baU 626-4800 REAL CREAM Pimr mortaaaa arailable Only IT7 .M0 C a l l i n g All T R I - L o v e r s ! bufr kjtrteri all appuaarea fireplace yaatlc wtneed colonial witt circular room, tiled rar room, faared yard. 1 car ^ batfc colonial. beaaufuJ LOVELY 1 bedroom Raart Madera Ml Mot room 1 doornails to bufe dark drive treed and private ravine aetuag uurt |ar»|» aaralkaau koeatMa H4.W0 WOOOSTREAM FARMS (4J-COJ You wtB fall ia love wttt Uua family DOLLY HILL kitrtaa. doorwall •> Utrtaa baaa meet, 1 •« car farafa B8g caatom laaMtpua Ma at Paataraa 4 bedroom* 1 full Mtta. dee 14 Mile Ortard Lake 4 bedroom. JVa rlsar •anay bnfkt well tap! Mme at witt M7-1J1T BIRMINGHAM by own, , . pauo II l II lafrooad pool extras Mast M s*en ImmadB or St* bedroom witt ita own Mtt Coao- Ml* TuOor stale Coioaial Newly Mc» am a beaatifully landscaped slop quality HOME MASTER Ralpt Manaal Ajoonataa lac. 447 T1M uted Pombn*e Manor Mautifal enerfy effl larafa. auet ara* Motlvalad au (I aaaasi II and omsaary Baal M try kilrter, arparate duunf room fMM raiod larfe family room, separsta lainf lot Over 1 M0 a% fl ol livtnf apace IMMEDIATE 0CCTJPANCY SUNRISE 471 -2800 U4.MC Call HELEN NIION caant bnrt bvnfalow lmaf ream Witt tataa k OPEN SUN stonr fireplace overattM laaadry aad bran . Lat floor Laundry. coMral -air. Birrtuafbain Baaoty I bed- 1 food star bedrooma Is MiM. doa far over $1M 040 dminf moan, laraa I iij tl Hartford & Oafitnii Lane ooe half farafe Home in excellent condlt i n s PERFECT Bnrt Raart > baeontia. firapiara. sprtbtlinf ryatem lal Off-anna by raart. 1 Mtta family rer room, family room witt flraplar* Larfr kitrt 1-1 PM 14444 Ml> family mm. newly ramndalai IIOMI ) room Orrtard Lake in- plM aosuniable mortfafe al 7% float owner 111* Mo 1 -442-41M or 414-44M _BRANDNEW HOME tlttrtirt farafa taraa ianicapM lot an breakfast room Intercom ttj-oujpi mlla * ofor11Call kitrtaa ana farnace bnrttly - rft MO far app'i call. wait tall today Only lllt.MM K tarn bnct raart. 1 ape 44HT41 oaaL 1 doorwall* to patina Deairablr let mora I71M0 Ml 7 41S family aaiffeMrMod (ltt.MC »• mA rarnrntrj kiteta. PRICE REDUCED VINCENT N LEE BY OWNER BY o w n , 1 badroom family room, k. earpeUaf thru 305 Brtghton-Hartland OOROEOUS ml BE roadltMa Bnrt BIRMINGHAM. VINCENT N LEE raart. IS car all o*w latanor Paead atraet Fraced aatraa HIM $ 3 4 6 Executive T r a n s f e r S a l e s Raart I badrooma. toane na nnet i yard Idaal itaner Mmr $17 M0 Will E x e c u t i v e T r a n s f e r Sates South Lyon rtotta. fall fu 851-4100 4T444T1 851-4100 batta baaatifal hardwood floora I Monthly Payment, Available L.C. carafe bnrt aMewalk 4 porrt. baaau- BY OWNER NEH ON MARKET C H A T H A M HILLS "KIMBERLY" CM ttia dlamond-ia-tM-roach Want M fal ow~ batt i am t Skat* entry 4 hallway Flar GREET* LAKETRONT Deluxe bnrt ALTtTUL Coantrv Principal & Interest C a s t e l l i Jmt Mud TM perfect lamlly F^awlaarty mamtamad b n r t ortera sep- owa a I LIS 000 howar bat tally can tf call Ma mom. fireplace 4 mora $T1M0 raart 1 bedrooma 1 Mtt* tiliirr ml. («4-4r, home < bedi am rHiwaaI witt wait a ford aroand $7* M»Will take a look at Boron oaly $71,000 525-7900 Mt-4740 ar Mt-1 IM drninf room 1 Larfe badrooma. I tta 4 bedroom 14M at) ft raart TlU PULL BASEMENT I C MS-TfTt cltHlt Formai duuafroom.1S MtM arat* MM7U Mtta carpet ihroufkoat fmdatone *r. mfroaad swunmmf pool in amtMr 1 BEDROOMS 1.4M S* ft raart la ate Baaatifally dacorawd A comma fail fireplace Florida room cnrartoo*inf pa 1 M0 sq ft room FanLaatic valaa aad WALL-TO-W/flJ. CARPETING 1 1 lilriiiain ara* witt stream pet* lor na>fn aad Uo BIRMINGHAM Calwlil JUST REDUCED attached 1 car f a r a f e AMinf IS Mtta family room, laraa PMnda • Bloomfield am tt*Mtaa C*H todar Only fM aid $71M0 Baaed m lata al M M M rr ia Price M room LC M M doera H n a n room WMf Lata oat let lllf M tM: E A R L K E I M VINCENT N LEE i monatft 471 Carwy Laaa Beea. 255-0037 ol t s k l l al 1% V ^jtaa E x e c u t i v e Transfer Sales 538-8300 Re/Max Boardwalk 522-9700 CHARMING s-rr BIRMINGHAM DOWIfTOWN RITE WAY 851-4100 Gradi alar • tdfanaf I laraa •aat altar imt rear Ajaaal parcaaM REDFORD INC. COUNTRY LIVING baa jtmtj aI labia aaa rata 10 atfned ban* Mo LOW an ll. 1 b*d -OM Warla lion i mat Brat yaar DESIRABLE WOODLAND TRAILS on 14 serve witt baraa LARGE R A N C H s r a iiMaaac* fraa UVOHIA REDTOHb WBTUkND rooana wttt office poteaUaJi > be* Mtrnnm. « fall MtM I Great for kaM 14M sq ft Built bv SMel Bnrt raart witt 1 Larfe badiooma, 1*4 raoma Some faatarm on Vaa&Md call JUST REDUCED a 1*41 Hafe kltrtoo 4 Great mora t Q u a k e r Valley lac ceramic OM. MR Ufcrary wttt YEAR O U VAMUJfrr Tirtifcb Modal 1411 Mdiuiw 4 stady circular drve later i m IM Mtt* Nrmal Oata F I R S T FEDERAL for immeduu tale f I I4.M F-ni now Oat kitrtaa wttt Bay la«i • LAEETHOMT UVWG VINCENT N LEE 478-3400 cwrroM»x-sE REDTORDSOLTR Kltrtaaalda Mil I faam.fr rnaon 10 YR. L.C. Natural woodM a*n laf oa all acres wttt yowr owe ^ IM anvala BY OWNER Executive Transfer Sale* M cMBodfal ooaMW. IB »M l .Hotoi L S pana Wattoal f l l f t l ria.ema.1 pro OAxncNcrrr r a i r t m > ta* 3 Anxious Owners M aoa trepta pane m i n i , fader dart, i (Mal M*Uty i ••otroflUM. ndo. addiuona: iSTa, ft. o| Hew, 851-4100 14M sq ft oa I acres lake pnvlli CRCMLEY 1M0« •lory carafe $ 1M.0M 404-4 IM are* I flreptarta i i—ti) kitrtaa MEADOWBROOK RILLS 4 bedrooma dm formal dima« Wwt a>aM* tM sreaa Bwy aow for I S MtM kitrtaa hull I ff! ao cal-de-aa Mr* U11M EL tares aad Italian caramic'utaa Caatxal JAMB C CUTlto REALTY MMM fuaafted I S car BIRMINGHAM ;S Mart* W M IM h part air Enrlraad rear porrt Many rxtraa M paMac 4 porortlal oooooooooooo LIQUIDATION SALE I1UM Call lor >inlimn1 Srtool Daatrtrt ~ 0 a a«a - 4 ^ M UXATKW. ROUS PWCK I1M M0 9j 11 ll M • brtrt mart e i t a t 4Ma«w aad year own private Muwhn 1 > > 11 warn ataal a i n laraa flraMara" W f M4 ince lo dawMwwa WIALU I awdoood E a r l K e i m C a s t e l l i • ilrtee Ocraga F«B l l i n ill VINCENT N LEE 306 S ovtMMd-Lathrup S U B U R B A N . INC 2 8 1 1 6 0 0 |MJH Executive Transfer Seles 525-7900 earaaa of K M wfl ho I MI.L 851-4100 Abounding wltti W a r m t h Integrity 52S-4200 OPEN SAT. 1-4 MAPLEWOODS N. n a pooMMe OPAA taa 1-4 ilia A rTMJ GAINES MILL WAY N sad rtanw' TMa I badrnoni kaaaa tt S at ll MUe W at Draft* Only $17 *M Ml ol home Mr tte moaev Risandal yard tow VA 4 FHA lannar Laad Caa 7 % % IN-TOWN tract 7 down » poor aM I 4 aire 'ylnrl' Z I j L ' i$-4Mr* ' ^ ALMOST AN ACRE aty M 9 Simian

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II« »ot Bea t IIMTI Older boana converted into 2 iwo bed ^ privata haaaroaot. dtrarl areas GA lake Ast lag UVK Do roa aam In t*rp yom Oi aatniaail. 2 bath oa Main Level wtth balraay all rluha ("farming 2 O M aq fl 2 badroorr, men unita Extra large lot for poaaible All uUliUes pavud streets Eatabapptlaaroa fall haarmtnl Land Con- BARON 1M4 .2x44 I bedro^na large 2 balk farmhooae faaiuraa Huge field Lata hat VIM ta traval* Da tha rhlaji yoa RAC listed tub ot liar cotton borne Will LAKE LAPEER Juat s hour N at Bir exnaaawi 140 000 591-6660 tract tarma 174 400 lot ahad PrVad to aaD 14104 Canton atone flraylt -* etrellenl clabtouae po- custom mutt IA do MM WLTAT romr U«4MI VIM 411-7100 build or sail lots in Latewood minaham BaasUfui sandy beach M ft Fehlig Real Eatala araa »»7 1171 tanual itutbuildlngj inrloda 2 barns C*IJ O RRTKY A IRV^KMATM wr emm Eatawe from HI 4M of lake I rootage 1 bedroom cedar home PLYMOUTH DUPLEX LIVONIA TW Wooda Nrwborgt < EARL K E I M REALTY and tool abac Stooewood Ml 1444 or M7-4441 eeatled la tV woods 1141 40U Old Village •oJvr IW probl*m» al tend BAYVIE* l»TI 14 1 Tl I FARMINGTON HI1XS Mifca I badroom. 1 bath Oabbiaaaa in North. Inc area Ml M0 Terma 559-1300 R J Hoider Asaoc I 471 2)44 Gorguout Cedar chalet. IMftof Late IIS* First offering lining room title kitchan | fint floor anil with no ataira S«»l. Aak for Bill Cmilto7 4 bedrooms plat loft MO» sq PERRY REALTY" •aster A dryer, ahad A GORGEOUS PILLARED GEORGIAN WEST BLOOMFIELD hProotage daroratod I badroom rondo patio with a I aaaiad porrt PI i SOUTHFIELD I Mi Er Vll carpeted 471-7440 1171*00 Call Sherry it O'RILLEY REALTY olaaaam now hand? carport Pool porrt Located la Plymouth 721 7M1 COLONIAL oa 14 arr* milaide 4 bed Tn lerail. MAPLE RUN ESTATES Whitman A Aaaocialet ROYAL OAK plin daa. cathedra: ratling BAY"VIEW I MO 1 bedrooms 1 full rooana >004 aq ft Melamora Oxford S of Maplr between Halataad and Hag I7A12MOT Luxury Townrtouae 689-8844 ! Pnrod at 434 444 Sot It' 4244100 4-1112; area Jaat rudarad. IL4I.M* Land Coe Moatly brick 2 fltu separata otiLtie* liring room private aturanra (araga from $124,900 hatha, laraa tltrhee dact Gardan tab tract terms svallahie Call Sherry al gerty til fl frontage Magnificent pauo -Newly carpeted A decorated la cloaa Good localidB 144 KM Laitrcnrelle YOU'D NES-ER KNO» area ol prratiguw hornet Winding ic Twelve Onhi 111.404 Aaanm LUXURY RIVERSIDE HOME rludea hull ma apelianras I .'ami able mortgage Whitman A Asaoriatas ERA 141 7400 1U i hachalor > h» tbr umnwcvlau 326 Condot For Sata mads W O K * and pond in tub Nell in Compact cara-fraa uytag In an 141-1404 Spacious lamily hoane on St Clair Ri» 171404 Oar* u i 4444 Evaa 111 4SU 4TI-11M or474 212 ] Maple EJerrmnart School Land coai er in Algonar Seautlful kitchen. 11 booactacpug. taatafai naotral docar atcwpttonal lorauoa. f bod ADAMS WOODS Baa«ttf«Uy main PnraU aatraac* nppor Iml I had terms ill »M> s faniattic price hedrooma. 2 fireplace* Eatai* lite IRR« IIVM room Imm cu ba a daai. 2* MLAY CITY heaulifal 4 bedroom tract tamad ranch condomlaltam -!wa* ortgl room oomdo "In anil laiandn' Carport, STHFU) EYTRGREEN WOODS CHAMPION tta property AOd.uonal lou trail frouadt dorfcs A houu Boater l A 356 Invaatmant Proparty batha A a graal kjfc-tan with atov* rafngerator waaAe* dryer air Iredwood home oe terluded 2 3 woodedlot mal modal i I bodmoma 2 hatha rmt/al pool Supart 1AM A Taltfrapt m a 1 1 1 badroum • dee or (1) bedroom. I able some suitable for walkout lower Sportman a Dream nooA art ;aat a few ol tha 771 7T71 ahad. low lot rental Can Ray on I M arret with private L a A t Cathedral cell For Saia air 2 car attarhad gara» I1U.444 At 111.MO For ytm" 4SA41I4 bath Ranch Coodoa ui t baaatifally M.MO Wantland 417 UN 411 4144 tag it dining A living rooms granite marraloaa faaiuraa Great or evua 121 1114 For mort lafarroation call Ball treed A landnraped tetung Martha Room wtth fireplace A opine INVESTMENT CONDOMINUrMS flrapUcaa window wallt. IS hatha, tUyi H4-H44 rata SJt 444H natural fireplare laundry room gt ETNA VILLA I*T1 Holly Part VACANT AND READY MERRITT LAKE IDOfl frontap Pn al fire nil re w mnatar bad aand bears A vary aparitl DESIRABLE LOCATION lor omipanry ts Farnungtoai Hllla nanr raga Parfact Parian for •Ungbea Sang tea A A Coapiat Coapl wide 1 badrooma. 1V batha family maay paaaa •ata s wooded acre with wild fiowert L* l m great apprectauoo potential room Ira a Gam WelCloaa to lows A i wart Only In Weal ahoppug. tranaponaum and IAS 104 to 171104 Ui tMl baa room dact front porrt Caa t i l on lot home Bloomfield i Lturee Hills Sub 1100 aqftrsnrli walk out 2 bedroomt.A currant tax benefit! BnAers 1AI 04*2 < 24-g7M A l l F a r m i n g t o n H i l l s auptrt >««• Ypal area, asking I1I .M4 tAl 4441 1111 DM Rittgen Realty II" Yonr 1*« 1 Fixed Rale Financing Area of prueugKus Soma* Mum aee to 1 hatha fireplacea cathedral railing,"«>• The Fairtat is The VUlaga tjijracittr the Beauty' Pnrad to tell family room, derta Graal tetuiig ' M A X e r f r RE M A X of btrmuuham i M E T A M O R A H U N T C O U N T R Y Townhoi— Comdomimarr FAIRMONT lltll 2 cor NTH-. CLKNVS 1 badrootr, with I 404 Gat a tai braat U4-4144 aee 1*1 M0 Call mornings ifmI n 358 Mortgages I Ast for MARClA. MEISE3. 1 I custom bull] quad oe 10 from 1124.804 >or appllanrea Uc« locaUoa Nov, araa Baaatifalrolling eicairfwt .larot Inrludao refngcratdr. arra* Snap for hor*aa 114 4147 111 104 oc bant offer Miaat tall 144 4471woodad bul: tr "ran rangr A d.«awaaiirr Car Land Contracts PRICE SLASHED Sua tranaportatioc to teveral on. ale SOUTH WABEEK PINE LAKEFRONT Tbe Village < * located att 1 4 p«od A I-I»looi «M*V-a irratmonta tor aarly aak ST CLAIR oo the near rondo laxory town Btrmingham schools 1127 DUO LC terra Call forBuild your rireerr Hoane Your rhsare Mile Rd . » of Orchard Late carpcn Appriri itnatalr 114 404 to aa location Bright"I«and claaa. 2 badrooma 2H rar garage. 14% FAIRMONT 1M4 $429,000 A BARGAIN ( M i l 1 floar mora details J L Gardoar Asaoc Aak at 2 rxcluaive building mat overioating Rd Enter thru the Gatahouaa •UK* Asking 449 404 down or laumiKlf mortgage 1114 404 Caah for Existing Land Contracts laroal with 1 badrooma and 2 balta place appilanrea IH4 for Maertae Scott 1711114 or 174-1111 Open Sun 2-5PM Wabeek Golf Count Excellent land aloe age ahad SI Pabble CraeA Or Second Mortgage* eHigham Mil tit nil aaar 1-44. N O V L i atortga Covarad parting roawrart terma Priced at 170 4 M and IlllAe Matt 2672 Long Lake Rd or call WOODCREEK VILLAGE CooOo Sot. Ezctlkmt PERRY REALT? 474 7*40 Land Coaitran Tarma avaliabla Com ROMEO beautiful aacladsd rouatry 111 M tell bring o4fer* Call IM M4-4AM place THE GOOD LIFT Mode tl Opaa Evarjda. Saorloa 2 hartroom ct»do with ca®tr*l para tl *M HITWY' Utl !0« rolling I acres with woods fruit Judl Nicolazzi BaeaUTat tread rtaLaa from every room 1 air almoar arpauag and appli > lom Ipm ercapt newpt'Yhurwla* aooo to treat 2 badroom hoane ir tap coadiuoe LIBERTY Rich carpeting and window traatmanu 360 Buainaa* REAL ESTATE ONE irport i Barn, -late to Bruce Hilh GoM (Teh VertiralA grata cloth A lovely paper* A E T N A "11 1248 t atov*. refrigerator 111100 M2MB Mauilnnanr* fraat Sales 851-3500 644-4700 851-7610 GoU A tenaut 2 badrooma 2W bate Opportunities I in Canton Muet tell 4414427 library 1 >« rar garage 1171104 Wa tm. 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SHARE L I S T I N G S 642-1620

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M a i n Street Frontage O N L Y 6 0 0 S q Ft LEFT New ronacrartioa, choice k r a u o c AM Arbor R d AH or p a r t Contact JIM COURTNEY

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441 So Woodward Quality Offices 8 0 0 10 2 5 . 0 0 0 s q ft inside Parking

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