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Canton €>torber Volume 15 N u m b e r 81

T h u r s d a y , April 26. 1990

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Parents give 'suicide' film mixed reviews ~Bf Mary Weehko staff writer „ TVs reviews were mixed Tuesday when parents and residents in the Plymouth-Canton School district for the first time viewed the controversial film "Nobody's Useless." . The film has been blamed by the parents of 8-year-old Stephen N alepa for the child's March 24 hanging The youth's mother, Debbie Nalepa, has contended since viewing the film that her son was mimirfring a suicide attempt in the movie without realising the consequences. The couple has hired an attorney to investigate the death, and a law suit against the board could be filed. THE NALEPA family didn't attend the showing. They saw the movie shortly after the death.

One mother, who asked not to be identified because her daughter was in Stephen's second-grade class, said after seeing the movie: "I think it's a shame the teacher didn't discuss or explain what went on in the movie afterwards. "I have mixed emotions, though. I didn't like the suicide scenes but there's a lot of violence on cartoons and TV shows that kids always see." Now that she has seen the film, she Mid she will speak with her daughter about i t Julie Withrow, a Plymouth parent, said, "I think the age group was too young to see it and I think those suicide scenes should have been ex9 plained." Withrow said she believes it may have been possible a child would act out what he saw In the movie. Please turn to Page 2

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Man faces murder charge for By Mary WaaMco staff writer Carlos Mayberry, 21, of Ann Arbor was bound over to Washtenaw County Circuit Court on a murder charge Wednesday after the beating death of 21-year-old Robert Moore of Canton Township. Ann Arbor Det Jerry Reynard said a date for an arraignment in circuit court has not been set

Moore died April 17 at the University of Michigan Hospital in Ann Arbor. He had been hospitalised since April 13 in critical condition with brain stem damage anda skull fracture. After doctors told the family be was brain dead, they agreed to removed him from lifesupport systems. Ann Arbor police said Moore was kicked in the head repeatedly by Mayberry after leaving Dooley's ba>

Moore and a group of friends were confronted by another group of young men, including Mayberry, while entering a parking structure after leaving the bar. Moore had reportedly gotten into an argument with Mayberry's younger brother, Christopher Mayberry, 21. Police speculated the attack may have been in revenge of that argument. Mayberry was originally charged with assault to commit great bodily harm less than

murder. -« Police reports said daring Mayberry's alleged attack on Moore, Mayberry's friends prevented those with Moore from helping h i m Mayberry, police said, then cornered Moore in a concrete wall and kicked him in the abdomen and bead. Moore a 1985 graduate of Plymouth-Salem High school, was an electronics student at Wayne County Community College..

Neighbors oppose plan to fence in By hLB. Dillon staff writer

Lori J o h n s t o n s a y s t h s $16,000 c h a i n link f e n c e t h a Kiwanis C l u b w a n t a t o p u t u p a r o u n d Millar W o o d a w o u l d d e t r a c t f r o m t h a a p p e a r a n c e of t h a i

No one disagrees that the Miller Woods, a 10-acre forest in Plymouth Township, should be preserved. But there's plenty of disagreement about a plan to accomplish that goal. Owned by Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, Miller Woods is a climax forest which includes plants ranging from young seedlings to flora dating back 500 years. Hundreds of students and teachers, including many from the University of Michigan botany department have visited the site off Powell Road Just east of Beck. The Colonial Kiwanis CTub of Plymouth and Friends of Miller Woods want to enclose the area with a 818,000 chain link fence to prevent motor vehicles from entering the area. Plant specimens have been ruined by youths on motor bikes and by people who've dumped appliances and garbage In the woods, said members of the Friends of Miller Woods. Founded IS years ago, the organisation has about 78 members. Bob Evans and Harold Fischer of the Kiwanis Club presented the

It should be preserved tor posterity. We don't went to restrict access, but knowing ett the development taking piece ell over, there will be kide who could damege this with wheeled vehicles. We'd tike to put up a six-foot chain link fence with a cable top for strength.' — Harold i Kiwanis Club j plan to school board members londay night Mont "The woods need to be protected, and fencing is the only way I see to do t h a t " said Evans. "It should be preserved for posterity," said Fischer. "We doot want to restrict access, but knowing all the development taking place all over, there will be kids who could damage this with wheeled vehicles. We'd like to put up s six-foot chain link fence with a

cable top for strength." Kiwanians and Friends of Miller Woods also want to construct s parking lot for visitor*. PEARSE AND LOfU JOHNSTON, whose backyard-^orders the woods,-strongly oppose the plan. Pearse~Johnston said he'd like time to gather the opinions of area residents. The board, however, voted unanimously to approve the fence. "We feel that l f s a natural area. Putting a chain link fence in sort of defeats the whole purpose of a naturalized area," said Lori Johnston. "We've left our backyard that way intentionally. I think it would be unsightly to have that type of chain link fence." Johnston said she understands the concerns about refuse, "but we've never seen vehicles in the woods. People enjoy walking in there. I would hate to see it locked up with limited access." Preliminary plans doot call for a locked gate. Instead, a baffle — metal poles placed at angles to prevent vehicles from entering — would be seed. Pearse Johnston said he's enjoyed the woods for 88 years, and would like his son and daughter to Ptesss turn to P a g e 4

After s few hours of heavy rain T.S. Malooey looks out his window and magically be has lake front property. Every couple of years the road in front of Malooey's bouse on Durham Drive in Carriage Hills subdivision floods past the curb sometimes as high as two feet after a heavy storm. The worse part is that his basement fills with water. "I never had t h e problem until six or seven years ago," said Malooey, adding that new construction limits the amount of space the water can be absorbed into the ground. "It creates additional runoff and all that water has to go somewhere," The solution is for the township to clean the drains so that they will be free to accept most of the excess water. But when township employees try to clean the drains some residents resist so vehemently that it stops them from doing the job. according to Aaron Machnik, municipal services director. Some of those residents want to save the habitat for a flock of ducks that live near their homes. "The last couple of times we've tried going in there we were booted out" said Machnik. He said he would send out a mail survey asking residents if they would be willing to participate in a drain ci the drain. A BIGGER problem behind flooded basements, though is insufficient sewer capacity, said Glen Roberts, of Wade It Trim, the engineering firm representing the township. "When the storm water gets into the sanitary system it becomes a major source in flooding homes," Roberts said. "TV long awaited sewer plan spawned by the Western Township Utilities Authority will take Canton, Plymouth and Northville townships sewage to an Ypsilanti treatment plant "The basement flooding occurs, because the storm waters are getting in the sanitary sewer, the programs going on now are addressing that very problem," Roberts said. The three communities will hookup to the plant In IMS and construction starts this summer, according to Tom Yack, Canton supervisor. Canton will pay about 888 million of the 8M million project _ Other programs are underway to help elevate the sewer problem. For instance, the township requires all homes that have been built since 1878 to have sump pumps. And the township is constderii* a pilot program for residents, in 1878, offering a turn to Page 2

Residents in financial need win tax breaks what's inside on Saxony argued that his tax assess ment went up 44 percent which was 88 percent higher than the 11 percent township average The petitioner provided the board with 1888 and 18M bouse sales la Us neighborhood that i

staff writer tax breaks^ this year for a lot of dal need tape the Bad ts, lack of sewers. i r a d n t t y to groop the most popular srlng this year's beard of revie w appeals heerd March 18-18. This year 2M W i n c e d IBs Board of Review tkatthey tested a break. And of tl pttcsats 188 app«mis were hard*ip cassa, according to board sf review e mads available The boerd of r

lowered his property valae. The argumeat convinced the three-member Canton Township Board of Review and the i on the Saxony Road 48.1M to 841.8M for 18M taxes A 87-year-old the board to

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stereo equipment, tools from storage bins At least fix storage bins at America's Budget Storage oo Joy Road ware broken into last weekend, according to police reports. Om bio reportedly had 913,000 of goods Including Nintendo tools and and car equipment were stolen from other bins, police sakL

BAD TIMING: A 15-year-old Westland boy was picked-up by Canton police at 1140 a.m. last weekend for breaking a curfew ordinance. The boy waa taken home to his parents, police said. Canton's curfew ordinance says anyone under 12 years old, unless accompanied by an adult, must be off the streets by 10 pjn. and anyone un-

der 17 years old must be in by midnight BAD SHOT; A Canton officer suffered an Injured eye and strained shoulder after rcspcMlng to a family depute cn Applewood ust weekend. A woman called police and said: "Help me. Help me." Then the phone

When police arrived the woman, who was holding a baby, waa arguing with a man who refused to leave the home saying that it was his property. Police said the man had alcohol on hisbraatiL Afraid that the man was going to strike the woman, the officer stood between the couple. The man, who

Reactions m i x e d t o controversial film Michael Barnes, an elementary education student at Eastern Michigan University, said: "After I watched it I realized I saw it when I was about 14. But I don't know ESTHER STEVENSON has put five children through if it should have been shown to kids that young without the Plymuuth-Canton School district and said the school an explanation." board is "tettin* a bad ran." " "My heart goes out for the family, but I think it was a Helena Vak> doesn't have a child in school yet but positive movie oo dealing with a handicap," Stevenson wanted to see "Nobody's Useless." ' said. min Hi* film — floe except for the two suicide . scenes, and added: "It bothers me that it showed a said friend helping him and never showing the end result" But, she said, 'if we attack things like this why not or other shows that are violent?" School board candidate Diane Stamp attended the Elaine Attridge said she almost walked out on the showing and said, "I don't think they should have shown film when the boy started talking about "doing himself i t I feel it's totally inappropriate." to." Richard Egli, community relations director for the "I cannot believe how offensive this film was to me," district said afterwards, "The opinions seemed to vary. I beard people who had cooceras and others who didn't" she said. The film was shown again Wednesday at 7 p.m. and "An 1-year-old is not going to think of suicide to begin with (without) putting thoughts like that into their inno- will be shown tonight at 7 at Gallimore Elementary ' School cent minds." she said.

Residents win t a x breaks Continued from Page t PROPERTY TAX should reflect SO percent of true market value. The millage rate is applied to the assessment to arrive at the amount of taxes paid. A 51-year-old widowed Windsor Park resident complained that her taxes increased $717.59 during the past two years. * "Unfortunately my salary has, by no means, kept up with these in-

creases," she wrote in a letter to the board of review. A Holiday Park resident gave a shopping list of reasons why her tax assessment should be lowered. Her "backyard," she said, has "37 trains" going by carrying "dangerous chemicals;" an apartment complex abvtts her property, 1-275 is directly behind her tot;-her bouse is in the path of Mettetal airplanes and trees were taken down; which removes a noise barrier.

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sewer improvement plan.akmg Warren Road from Sheldon to Haggerty free samp pump to extract Storm using s low Interest state loan. water before it gets in the sanitary "This will insure the pipes are big system and floods basements. It enough and the flows are taken out would also reduce the amount of of the system and there won't be a sewage going to the Ypsilant] plant flooded basement" said Roberts and cut down on Canton's costs. adding thti »il| «njnilftw»nt th» Also, Canton recently approved a WTUA project

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BH.L BRESLER/«t«ft photograph overwrapped cellophane-covered package with individually-wrapped servings. Or using cloth rather than paper towels. And, using Tupperware-style containers rather than plastic bags to carry a lunch. "It takes more energy to produce plastic than to reuse a plastic container, Hoffman said. "It takes 11 trees to make 500 paper bags." Hoffman called plastic foam "an evil commodity." She held up a plastic foam cup. "Even as we speak, this Styrofoam cup is releasing CFCs," Hoffman said. Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) are chemicals which destroy the ozone layer. "Styrofoam does not biodegrade which means it does not return to its natural state," Hoffman said. "CFCs

Americans everywhere are doing their part to protect the environment by conserving energy and natural resources and avoiding pollutants. Here are some tips. a Think about what you i^ant before you open toe refrigerator. a Turn off the lights when you leave a room. a Remind family members to let

dishes air dry in the automatic dishwasher. a Challenge drivers in the family to develop a weekly car-mileage budget, then stick to it a Give a prize to the family member who takes the quickest showers. a Run dishwashers and washing machines for full loads only. a Limit the number of cookouts using charcoal briquettes. Their fumes produce ground-level ozone

are like Pacman, only they love ozone. Birds and fish that eat Styrofoam, get poisooed. Don't support fast-food companies that use them." Eighth grade students had their own ideas about recycling, too. "Some schools have their own recycling area right inside the school," Suzanne Campagna said. Heather Millikin said that ber brother is participating in a contest to see who can use the same brown lunch bag the longest. "We learned that if we tarn off the water while we are brushing our teeth, we would have saved enough water for another shower, Rob Kowakyk said. "Laziness is the issue, isn't It?" asked Denise Falconer, an English teacher and group leader. "Are you as a group willing to make those changes?"

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e Send a letter to a local business requesting that it use washable mugs instead of throwaway cups. e Wrap s present in used wrapping paper or mail a letter in a used envelope. a Return wire hangers to a dry cleaner. a Encourage a gardener to pull weeds instead of using herbicides.

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Ernie Archer h e l p s piani a tree in honor of AIDS victim Ryan White at Central Middie School. T h e youths in the b a c k g r o u n d a r e m e m bers of t h e s c h o o l ' s s t u d e n t council.

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We asked this question at Harvard S q u a r e Shopping Center in Canton.

By Judith Doner Berne staff writer

' W Will Livonia resident Marilyn Rowens run for office? What about Linda McCabe of Canton Township? The two were among the more than 300 people who turned out to hear Molly Yard, president of the National Organization for Women, urge more women to run for public office in a speech at Birmingham Temple in Farmington Hills Monday night. The unanimously supportive, largely female audience gave Yard a standing ovation as she walked to the podium and another as she finished. "Women have got to be in public policy-making positions in this country," the imposing, gray-haired Yard implored. "You're needed in the legislative halls of this country. I urge each of you to see where you could fit in." "We're more than half the population. We should share the privilege of

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Dr. Walter W. Hammond of Plymouth Township, once in charge of sorcery at the U.S. Penitentiary hospital in Lewisburg, Pa., died April 19 in Ann Arbor. Memorial services were at Schrader Fonder*] Home April 21 with burial in Riverside Cemetery. Dr. Hammond, a graduate of the University of Michigan Medical School, started a medical practice in Plymouth in 1938. He worked on the staff of Plymouth State Hospital, Sessions Hospital In North ville, ML Carmel Mercy Hospital in Detroit, Beyer Memorial Hospital in Ypsilanti, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor and St Mary Hospital in Livonia. For a relative working on the fam-

ily tree some time ago, Dr. Hammond penned a "Brief Synopsis of Life Activities of.Walter Wesley Hammond Jr." Dr. Hammond said be was born at home in an upstairs flat in New York, N.Y. on Oct 1, 1904. At age 2, the family moved to Pennsylvania, where he later joined the Boy Scoots and worked in the Palmerton Foundry after school and on Saturdays. He took "all the subjects offered in the genera] course and one in the commercial course in the Palmerton High School. He knew when he entered high school that he wanted to be a doctor, but was never sure he was going to make it," wrote Dr. Hammond. At Cornell University, Dr. Ham-

Continued from Page 1 have the same privilege. If a barrier is necessary, Johnston said he'd favor "something more in keeping with the surroundings." "Maybe there is another way," said Trustee Barbara Graham. "A chain link fence isn't too attractive." Bev McAninch, president of the Friends of Miller Woods, said the group has made an effort to contact

mond was in ROTC for a year and a half. He was "excused from farther military training because he was oo the Cornell track and cross country teams." A member of the literary fraternity Delta Sigma Phi, Dr. Hammond graduated from Cornell in 1927. He married Eleanor Inez McGee in 1920 while attending medical school at U-K. He received his medical degree from U-M in 1921. Dr. Hammond Interned in the U.S. Marine Hospital administered by the U.S. Public Health Service in Baltimore, Md. He became an officer in the Public Health Service and was assigned to the surgical service at the Marine Hospital in Baltimore.

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residents. "Ve leafleted the entire area,' she said. Evelyn Edgar, who founded the organization, said the woods "is there for people, but people who will take care of i t " Associate Superintendent for Business Ray Hoedel asked for a copy of the proposal so that the district can notify the Department of Natoral Resources and Plymouth Township.

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Anna Giragosian remembers the rives and the snakes that followed family's steps as it made its way its Turkish village to the Inland ition camp that awaited Ar^ in 1915. ; Now in her 80s, Giragosian recalls * e events clearly. "I remember calling, 'Mama, oo't leave me,'" she said. "Even ears later, people wondered why I 'as still calling that, 'Mama, don't tave me.'

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bearing destiny and passing the equal rights amendment which will put the burden of proof oo the discriminator are Yard's main agenda. But other areas also need attention: • Child care: "We still need to get a good child care bill — it's as important to men as to women." e Family medical leave: A bill to allow either parent to take an unpaid leave but keep their job in case of an ill child, adoption or birth is languishing. and now has been whittled down from 28 to 10 weeks. e Pay equity: "We got it through the House twice — can't get it through the Senate." e Sez education: "I can't lell you how angry I am about the way we treat our teenagers. Why wouldn't we do everything,wecanto keep them from gettijig pregnant'

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"I was very impressed," said Bob Roether of West Bloomfield. "She has a message for'everyooe " "I think its interesting that a woman her age was so involved," said Barbara Roether. "She was saying a lot of things I've beard lately," said McCabe, a member of Western Wayne County ROWENS WAS one who took Seri- NOW. ously Yard's message to run for o f f ^ McCabe was also there to plug a ice. musing whether or not she her- ^demonstration at 3 p.m. Saturday on self was too old. the University of Michigan-Dearborn "She had a lot of spirit, a lot of campus, where a memorial service strength," Rowens said. "It just wilrte held for "women who lost makes .you feel good that she's say- their lives through back alley aboring those things for us." tions."

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It's being remembered — with tears — in homes and churches throughout western Wayne and Oakland counties. Even though it happened long ago, the Armenian genocide remains an issue of profound global importance to this day. This week, survivors and their descendants mark the 75th anniversary of its beginning. For President George Bush the event represents a "crimeagainst humanity". But for the estimated 50,000 metro Detroit residents of Ar"SOMETIMES, you can get too menian ancestry, the events of 1915- hung up over wording," he said. 23 are a reminder some old wounds Earlier this year, the U.S. Senate are never even recognized, much tried in vain to pass a resolution acless corrected, and could be repeat- knowledging the slaughter of Ared, even in a modern, arguably more menians living in what is now modcivilized world. „ em-day Turkey. The resolution died "WE CALL it the first Holocaust," amid heavy lobbying and much acrisaid Livooia city assessor Ronald mony. Mardiros, whose parents escaped Turkey's modern government from Turkey at the time. warned the resolution would "inThough historians say an estimat- flame nationalist passions and hised 1.5 million Armenians perished toric grievances and incite further during the purges, even the term violence." "genocide", a systematic -plan to But the real issue could be reparaeradicate a race or ethnic group, is tions. controversial. "Clearly, something is due," DerJ The phraseology is that of Arme- derian said. "I mean, the UJS. recentaains themselves. Modern Turkey, ly repaid Japanese-Americans who descendant of the Otttoman Empire lost their homes and property during $ which the massacres occurred, World War II. As bad as that sitoaclaims no responsibility. And Tur- tion was, this was even worse." key, site of U.S. military bases, is a Reparations, either to individual t a b l e ally in an unstable region borfamilies or to the people of Soviet dered by the Soviet Union to the Armenia as whole, could help the renorth and Iran to the east. gion rebuild after its devastating / Even Bush's statement of April 20 1988 earthquake. f perhaps the strongest of its kind — " W i t h the e a r t h q u a k e , it ( r p p a r a By any American president since tions) certainly would be welcome," Woodrow Wilson — avoided using Derderian said. Sie term "genocide" and any menFor other Armenians, recognition ion of modern Turkey. alone could be enough ; What area Armenians say they "We're pot anti-Moslem, or anti^rant most is recognition the events anyone," Mardiros said, referring to Occurred. The president's statement, traditional hostility between Chris(hey said, was a beginning. tian Armenians and neighboring J "What we want is recognition, just states. "But we don't want people to as East Germany recently recogPlease turn to Page 7 nized the Holocaust, just as the Sovi-

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"It's not that people died, it's how they died," said Harry Zartarian, the home's administrator, whose mother survived the killings. "People were butchered." Men were the first to be killed, Helen Mooradiah recalled, often cut down by the sword. "Some men even dressed as women, but they coujd not escape," she recalled. Violence eventually included women and children as well, survivors said. One resident, Baidzar Aznavorian was the only survivor from a family of M. While most of the killing occurred in 1915, Armenians living in what is now modern-day Turkey were subject to periodic violence until the early 1920s. One woman described her brother's death i n , l 9 t t , after her city passed hack to Turkish control from Its post-war Greek protectorship. » ; The events of 1911-13 and the courage of its survivors were remembered last' Sunday hi the area's Armenian churches. Ths Armenian Congregational Church, in Southfield, held services honoring its It. survivors, some ss oM as i l l . I t was a very emotional time, not only the oldar onss were crying but the ones, ton," — Rev. Vahan H. Tootikian. "It waa a time of sadness, but it was also s time of jey, a time te look, ahead " Those who were there, however, can't help looking back. 1 still have dreams . Gfcrago-

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pa ting in the cleanup project "I'd say it's really good," said Andrea, a seventh grader at Lowell Middle SchooL Sunday was the final day of spring break ior PlymouthCanton Community Schools students, and the kids were glad to help. "1 think it'll help the life," Andrea said. "If we have too much garbage out there, we might end up having to live somewhere else and not live here." Some of the students have participated in Earth Day projects at school, and some school PTO groups have been involved, Potochick said. At Sunday's cleanup, the Scouts put up bluebird nesting boxes, designed to attract birds to the area. Scouts and parents concentrated on cleaning up the trash, and Plymouth Township trucks then went through SHE WAS born in Plymouth the area to pick up large items. Jeremy Hamrick, 9, thought the Township near the site of Sunday's cleanup, still lives in the area, and cleanup project was a good idea. has strong feelings about preserving Jeremy, a Cub Scout and a third grader at Farrand, would like to see the environment "It ought to be in its own natural a park in the area. Andy Weiss, 11, was also enthusistate," said Potochick, who has an 8year-old son and a daughter who's astic about the cleanup. Andy's a nearly 10. "Hopefully, itH remain fifth grader at Allen and a former undeveloped. Td like to see some Scout B e said the project was needplaces just remain natural in their ed "because right now the world isn't the best place to be." own habitat" Peter Jesuale agreed. Jouppi, who has a 10-year-old son "I hope it's going to be clean and I and an 8-year-old daughter, agrees. hope we don't have to have another She knows i f s important for children Earth Day," he said. to learn about recycling. "Start them young," she said. "This is the future. The kids, it's second nature, they do It now." Getting BEAUTIFUL GALLERIES into the recycling habit as an adult can be difficult Jouppi said. Andrea Brackney, 12 H, a Cadette Girl Scout enjoyed her time partici-

Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts learn about the need to protect the environment. Girl ScoOts who participated in the project got a patch for their efforts Sunday and throughout the year. The girls have been participating in an Earth Matters environmental project and have been working on recycling. Girls toured the Fermi 2 power plant in Monroe to learn more about energy, said Lori Potochick of Plymouth Township, an organiser of the Earth Day project Some girls also toured a sewage treatment plant Potochick's the troop services director for the Farrand-Tanger area, and Is the leader of Junior Girl Scout Troop No. 243 and Cadette Troop No. 367.

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Despite optimism over independArmenians cannot escape a past that makes them suspicious of any change. Priding themselves as the world's first Christian kingdom, Armenians faced attacks from Persians centuries before coming under the rule of Ottoman sultans and their successors. A post-World War 1 republic lasted a brief two years. "As a people, our luck has been bad," said Harry Zartarian, who administers the Michigan Home for the Armenian Aged in Livonia. "We're known for our beautiful churches,

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Bat others, including Michigan's forget this is something that oc- Carl Levin, said overlooking existing curred." documentation smacks of 1984-style Remembering is hard, even for politics. Armenian-American themselves. . "In a sense, we do feel distanced JS "ORWELL'S VERSION of history from it because it was something being rewritten for the convenience that happened a long time ago in a of current geopolitcal strategy has land far away," said Marilynn Var- become a modern-day reality," Lev•bedian of Bloomfield Hills, who just in said. completed her second term as that For Dennis Papazian, the Armenicity's mayor. "But we must remem- an genocide isn't.a matter of historiber this is an event on scale with the cal speculation, but of fact Holocaust and the Killing Fields (of "This has been one of the best docCambodia)." umented events of human history," Three-quarters of a century later, said Papazian, director of the Areven the events themselves are still menian Research Center at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. open to question. Some Senators, including Georg- "Even our own ambassador docuia's Sam Nunn, argued more histori- mented it as far back as 1920." Recongizing the deaths of Armenical data need be presented before ans at the hand of Ottman Turks, Pathe U.S.

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Mrs Kirby is survived by four daughters Joyce Peer of Pinckney, Services were bekl for Mrs. Clara Sue Robinson of Tennessee, Helen J. Zubick, S5, of Canton oo Mooday, Clifton of Ypailanti and Mary MontApril 16, at Our Lady of Good Coun- gomery of Westland, two sons Eusel Church. Burial was at Hillside gene of Theodore, Ala., and Cloyd Cemetery in Belleville. Kirby Jr., 13 grandchildren, 31 Mrs. Zubick is survived by her BOO great-grandchildren, four greatThomas Zubick of Canton, six grand- great-grandchildren and a sister children and three great-grandchil- Bessie Shaw of Tennessee. dren. Mrs. Kirby was born Feb. 3,1907, Mrs. Zubick was born Dec. 2,1904, in Tennessee and died Friday, April in Detroit and died Thursday, April 13, at Hope Care Nursing Centre in 12. She moved to the Plymouth com- Westland. She was a cook and memmunity in 1959 from California. She ber of Plymouth Praise Chapel. was a member of Our Lady of Good Tbe Rev. Ron Trusty officiated the Counsel Church. service. The Rev. Matthew Ellis officiated MILDRED L TAPP tbe service. Local arrangements were , made by Schrader Funeral Hotbe. Memorial contributions may Services were held for Mrs. Mil'"be made in the form of mass offer- dred I. Tapp, 75, of Plymouth on ings. Wednesday c April 18, at the Schrader Funeral Home. Burial was in HELEN EGNER Parkview Memorial Cemetery, Livonia. Services were held for Mrs. Helen Mrs. Tapp died Sunday, April 15, Egner, 84, of Plymouth oo Monday, in Detroit. She was born July 17, April lft, at the Schrader Funeral 1914, in Murray, Ky. She was a Home. Burial was in Rural Hill Cem- homemaker. etery, North voile. Mrs. Tapp is survived by her two Mrs. Egner was born O c t 17,1905 sons, Phillip W. Tapp of Northville in Youngstown, Ohio and died Fri- and James F. Tapp of Livonia, seven day, April IS in Plymouth. She came grandchildren and two great-grandthe Plymouth community in 1962 children. X' irom Wyandotte and was a homePastor Jack R. Williams officiated -maker. the service. Memorial contributions £ Mrs. Egner is survived by her has- may be given to the Plymouth Unitband, Rudolph Egner, of Plymouth; ed Assembly of God Church. three sons, Rudolph Egner Jr. of Plymouth, Richard Egner of NortbWOOK K. SUNG •ville and Robert Egner of Riverview, five grandchildren; two greatServices were held for Mr. Wook grandchildren; a brother George K. Sung, 77, of Plymouth Township •Olah of West Bloomfield; and a sis- oo Saturday, April 21, at Lambertter Erma Olah of Sun City, Ariz. Vermeulen Trust 100 Funeral Home. The Rev. Kenneth F. Gruebel offi- Burial was at United Memorial Garciated the service. Memorial contri- dens. butions may be—made to the AlMr. Sung is survived by three sons, zheimer Disease Association. Ki S. Sung of Plymouth, Ki H. Sung of Germany and Ki Ho Sung of Ko•W' • rea, two daughters Ki S. Sub of JaRUBY M. KIRBY Services were held for Mrs. Ruby pan and Yang Neo Yoo of California, M. Kirby, 83, of Plymouth on Sun- eight grandchildren and one sister. Mr. Sung was born Nov. 24, 1912, day, April 15, at Lambert-Vermeulen Trust 100 Funeral Home. Burial in Korea and died Tuesday, April 17, was at Cobbs Chapel in Horn beak, in Plymouth Township. He was a drug store owner in Korea and a Tenn.

member of Sung Rak Baptist Church in Ann Arbor. Tbe Rev. Samrang Bae officiated the service ROBERT C. MOORE Services were bekl for Mr. Robert C. Moore, 23, of Canton on Mooday, April 23, at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. Burial was at United Memorial Gardens. Mr. Moore is survived by his brother Davjd F. Moore of Canton, parents Robert L Moore and Linda L Moore, two uncles David Smith of Farmington Hills and Charles Moore of Troy, an aunt Bernice Hart wick of Bradenton, Fla., grandparents Frank Cerne of Dearborn Heights and Charles Moore of Florida, and a cousin Kelly of south Lyon. Mr. Moore was born Dec. 17,196«, in Detroit and died Tuesday, April 17, at University Hospitals in Ann Arbor. He was an electrician. The Rev. Robert C. Seltz officiated the service. Memorials may be given to the Michigan Cancer Foundation. Arrangements were made by Lambert-Vermeulen Trust 100 Funeral Home. BESSIE M. COX Services were held for Mrs. Bessie M. Cox, 81, of Wayne on Saturday, April 21, at Lambert-Vermeulen Trust 100 Funeral Home. Burial was at Parkview Memorial Cemetery in Livonia. Mrs. Cox is survived by three sons James Martin of Hersey, Mich., Robert Martin of Fowlerville and Richard Martin of Plymouth, three

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Services were held for Mrs. Alice E Preston,ft7,of Garden City. Mrs. Prestoo died Sunday, April 22 at Annapolis Hospital Mrs. Prestoo is survived by two sons. Sieve Prestoo of Canton *nd Chris Preston of Dearborn Heights; five daughters Julie Alcala of Westland, Joyce Blevins of Romulus, Andrea Depowski of Dearborn "freights, Laurie Davis of Garden City aad Lyn ! Gunn of Westland; and two sisters, EULAG.GYDE Lorraine and Gloria of Boston, Mass. Services were held for Mrs. Eula Mrs. Preston was born Feb. 1, G. Gyde, 78, of Canton on Saturday, 1923 in Boston, Mass. She came to April 21, at the Schrader Funeral the Garden City community in 195ft Home. Burial was in South Lyon from Escanaba (1952-195ft) and pre- Cemetery. viously Boston, Mass. (1923-1952). Mrs. Gyde is survived by four sons She was employed at Fisher Body GM — Livonia for 13 years and re- George Gyde of Utica, Gerald Gyde ..a^Ypsilanti, William C. Gyde of Ann tired in 1985. Artibr and Butch Gyde of Ypailanti. Arrangements were made by Har- one daughter Gladys Davis of Canry J. Will Funeral Home in Livonia. ton, 11 grandchildren and 12 greatgrandchildren. SALVADOR P. ANDRADA Mrs. Gyde was born O c t 12, 1911, Services were held for Mr. Salva- in East Bay Township and died dor P. Andrada, 88, of Canton on Wednesday, April 18, in Ann Arbor. Tuesday, April 17 at S t Thomas She came to the Plymouth communiA'Becket Catholic Catholic Church in ty in 1921 from Coldwater, resided Canton. in South Lyon 1985-1978, and in YpMr. Salvador died Friday, April ailanti 1979-1988.

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Jennifer McHutchion of Livonia and Tim Carter of Canton were prize winners in the sixth grade poster Contest Melanie Loyd of Garden City was a prise winner in the fifth grade essay and story contest McHutchion attends Fairlane

Christian Schools, Dearborn Heights. Carter attends Lowell Middle School in the Plymouth-Canton school district Loyd attends Douglas School, Garden City All three received a 950 prize. Contest judges included Blanche Glimpc, school of education chairwoman, Mary grove College, Detroit; James Crawford, dean of the School of Natural Resources, University of Michigan, and Wayne-Westland Schools art teacher Larry Weitrella.

Dinner to honor SC chef A tribute dinner has been scheduled for Schoolcraft College pastry chef Leonard Stec, who is retiring this year after 24 years with the college. Stec, a nationally recognized taker and culinary arts professor, is regarded as an enthusiastic, patient

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SEMCOG joins incinerator battle By Tim Richard staff writer

Detroit has one million people, Lake Angel us 400, but both won help from the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments in their regional battles. SEMCOG's Ezecutive Committee last week voted to: • Ask the state Air Pollution Control Commission to reconsider its 0-4 decision to shut down Detroit's trash incinerator. • Endorse state legislation allowing Detroit to continue levying a 5-percent tax on utility bills. • Object to tbe federal government's giving a "demonstration grant" for road work in tbe Auburn Mills megamall project area north of Pontiac without a SEMCOG regional planning review. Lake Angel us is fighting what many call an "urban sprawl" project TWO CHIEFS of SEMCOG blistered the April 17 action of the

Air Pollution Control Commission in ordering the shutdown of the Greater Detroit Resource Recovery Authority incinerator, an east side trash-toHsnergy burner serving the city and some suburbs. ' 1 almost fell out of my chair," said SEMCOG Chair Milton Mack, a Wayne County commissioner who represents Canton Township. "They made a mistake. If you wanted to harm the environment, you'd shut it down. If you wanted to improve the environment you'd let it operate. "The Sierra Club representative (on the MAPC) made the motion and said it was ber duty to control air pollution. What they (Detroit) did with trash was up to them." Mack said there would be a "ripple e f f e c t " with Detroit trash haulers lining up at landfills, where the trash could contaminate groundwater. Tbe continued use of landfills throughout the region would do more harm than the in-

cinerator, Mack said. SEMCOG Executive Director John Amberger said the MAPC audience was "a very strong anti-incinerator crowd. Tbey behaved abominably toward our (SEMCOG) staff, saying 'I hope your children have cancer some day.' There was a lot of abuse. " f A VOICE VOTE was about 20-2 in favor of asking MAPC to reconsider its vote to close the incinerator. SEMCOG noted the city and state Department of Natural Resources were agreeable to a consent order under which the city would install new equipment to remove excess amounts of mercury from the emissions. THERE WAS NO controversy over SEMCOG's resolution asking the state Legislature to pass a permissive law restoring Detroit's 5 percent tax on natural gas, electric and telephone bills.

"SEMCOG has a long history of supportrfor local government home rule and empowering local governments to address their own fiscal situations," the resolution said. Wayne Circuit Judge Marvin Stempien in February ruled the tax uncollectible after mid-1988 because of a "sunset" provision in theenabling act. Detroit is now before the State Court of Appeals. If Stempien is upheld, Detroit would have to 1) refund $100 million in back taxes and 2) lose $60 million a year in future revenue. The Democratic-run House has passed a new enabling law, but the Republican-run Senate is holding up action until Democrats agree to pass GOP property tax cut plans. Another question, unaddressed by SEMCOG and the Legislature, is whether the new utility tax would , have to be approved by Detroit voters under the Headlee tax limitation amendment to the Michigan Constitution.

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ing specific threats of retaliation. Modeled after the U.S. Declaration of Independence, Lithuania's movement to freedom has created a dilemma for the United States. U.S. poliUcians have demanded freedom for the BalUc states of Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia ever since Josef Stalin absorbed tbem info the Soviet Union in 1940. Resolutions condemning Soviet occupation of tbe "captive nations" are rituals in Congress. LITHUANIA'S FIGHT for independence seemed to satisfy those demands. as it fit into the pattern of what many see as tbe historically inevitable disintegration of Soviet empire. But tbe countries action also came at an embarrassingly inconvenient time for the Soviets and the West. Though there is much concern. Udrys is very optimistic about Lithuania finally receiving it's independence. "At worst in five years. At best, by the sumjner," she said. "The people have been oppressed for 50 years. How much oppression can people take?" All of her tasks — at Scboolcarft and for Ateitis — a c e handled, "with great difficulty," said Udrys with a smile and wink. "It's a lot of juggling. In tbe long run I feel enriched because of it," said Udrys, who holds a master s degree in arts and sciences from Wayne State University. Udrys, who teaches calculus and algebra has been on staff at Scboolcarft College for 17 years. She received a Presidential Recognition award for teaching in 1987 and an Excellence In Teaching award in 1989. And while she continues to work and enjoy ber life in America, the independence of tbe Lithuanian people is in ber thoughts each day. "We really live in two cultures. We are as American as you. and yet we are all Lithuanian.'

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h • recant letter to Detroit police, an 11-year-old Detroit firl described life with ber dru*-addicted mother. Sbe told of ducking bullets fired by dope dealer*. She told of hiding dmgs for her mother when police were near. She told of how ugly ber mother looked after living ber life oo city streets. News accounts said tbe girl, who now lived with ber grandmother, wrote tbe letter after seeing a film about drugs at school. "I called to see what film it was, and found out it was mine," said Plymouth resident Tom Van Dyke, a producer of video films for industry. "You have no idea how that ma.de me feel When you have something that works, you hope the right person sees it, so that it can have tbe impact you intended. I made this film so that it would make a difference for young people." THE MOVIE tbe girl saw, "Are

'The movie shows that recognizing you have a problem is the key to being in control of yourself.' — Tom Van Dyke You Talking to Me?," was filmed two years ago in various spots throughout the metropolitan Detroit area. More than 300 local students from all backgrounds — suburban, innercity, black, Hispanic — act in the movie's 60 scenes. The movie opens and closes with big, bold words printed on the screen. "Think about i t Talk about it. Deal with it before it grabs bold of you." "The most important person in your life is you," Van Dyke said. "You can't save the country, tbe state or your friends. But you can save yourself. You have to maintain control. Tbe movie draws you in and makes this statement: You have to

take control of your life now." The first scene takes place in Westland's Maplegrovc Cemetery, at the graveside ceremony of Tony, a teen who has died from drug abuse. Tony's friends can't believe he's dead. "I'm going to miss you little brother," said Tony's brother Jack. The teenage actors (and a few adults) in the scenes that follow all tell tbe following story: e Alcohol and drugs is part of the lifestyle of some high school students. "Pass these out to your friends," says a crack pusher in a Jeep. • There's no one typical way students get involved with drugs. But, once involved, tbe one thing teens all

have in common is that they're no longer in control of their own lives. "What's tbe big deal, it's part of growing up," say* i Hcc at a beer party in a park. e Futures are set during high school years. "High school's tbe key, you can't replay i t " says Tony's brother. e Once students lose control of their lives, the quality of their life rapidly deteriorates. "It was one big lie. I lied all tbe time," says a boy in a wheelchair. e But help la there, if students want i t If students don't seek help, they face a bard life ahead, and maybe an early death. "Killer!" shouts a group of angry teens at a drug pusher. VAN DYKE bristles at the phrase. "Say no to drugs." "By the time a kid is Involved with drugs, there's no Instant fix. If you can 'just say no,' then why are there so many overweight people, or people who smoke? The kids who use

Short video draws widespread praise "Are You Talking to Me?", tbe 2 minute film that has won numerous awards at film festivals, also has won praises from educators, drug counselors, school districts and law enforcement officials throughout tbe country. One letter of praise came from the Wlite House, signed by Barbara Bdsh. Another came from the California-based Scott Newman Center, a drug abuse program set up when ador Paul Newman's son died from drfeg abuse. Jtmong the many accolades are these from the following: • Michigan Sheriffs Association

in Lansing. The film is one of the few realistic and street smart drug education films that I've had tbe opportunity to review," said Joseph Bohatynski Jr., public relations coordinator. e Novi Police Department "It's the best anti-drug film on the market" Officer Robert Gatt said. J • Boysville of Michigan. "It contains a clear and believable message about drug abuse that our youths need to hear," ?aid Gene Hausmann, director of values education. e Livonia's Holmes Middle School.

"Education, no drug use, healthy lifestyles, dealing with problems and planning for the future are all promoted in this video," said Cynthia Abbott, a teacher at the school. • Livonia's Community Commission on Drug Abuse. "I pointed out to a large audience of parents that every situation in Mr. Van Dyke's film, including incidents of violence and criminal activity, had taken place with families on our caseload, and our client population is basically middle class and suburban iiy composition," said John Farrar, executive director. • Michigan Police Chiefs Associ-

ation Newsletter. "Skillfully woven throughout the film is the underlying theme that education and today's choices are key to tomorrow's successes." e Michigan- Students Against Driving Drunk. "Tbe (student actors) perform real-life situations ranging from experimentation with alcohol and other gateway drugs to involvement with cocaine, crack and heroin," said director Larry Rotta • Wayne-Westland ivne-W Community Schools. "The message is in kids' language. It's hard-hitting, relevant to-tbepoint and timely. Tbe message is -»n unequivocal and emphatic missive to stay away from drugs," said Jim Couillard, a counselor.

drugs lack the confidence and security and self-esteem to be bigger than tbe drugs." Van Dyke sees tbe teenage years as years when kids, bent on experiencing something new, seek out new experiences. "They're changing every day, trying to discover who they are and .like themselves. They move in and out of groups that offer them a variety of personal experiences. "Drugs may initially be just another investigation. Some will try them and say, this is not forroe.They'll say they don't need this and move on to experience something else. Drugs don't necessarily evolve from bad situations. It's easy to get trapped in stereotypes, such as coming from a broken family." However, Van Dyke, in his talks with students, teachers, police and counselors before be made tbe film, did find one common denominator leading to teenage drug abuse. Parents today often aren't there to talk to their children when the use of drugs beckons. "They've loving, caring parents, but they're not spending time with their kids. Mom and dad are working to afford things that they think they want or they think they need. "Parents are not there today, they're not spending the time and their kids are undirected, unsupervised. Kids today are not being taught today by parents, but by oth-

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ers. This movie accurately portrays the social fabric that exists today * and allows drugs to continue." THE MOVIE also shows actions parents do which can lead to drug use by their children. For example, in one scene, two ~ girls watch their drunken mother. In another, a daughter helps herself to her mother's pills. "Substance abuse is a media event '• we don't get close to until it touches " us," Van Dyke said. "The drug commercials put us at ease because we *; see it as someone else's problem. *' "The film is dedicated to "Tony.' c At the end of the film, we ask, 'Does '• anyone know a Tony?' In tbe suburbs, one-half the class knows a Tony. In the inner city, 100 percent of the students know a Tony. * ' T o not talk about this is sense- less. The movie shows that recognii- • ing you have a problem is tbe key to 1/ being in control of yourself." Van Dyke,' who spent $100,000 of \ his own money to make the film, J would like to see it shown to young- » sters across the United States. "Many schools want one, but don't } have funds to buy it. It costs $195. If : a corporate sponsor would like to • adopt a school and buy one, I'd be happy to give them a name. My goal is to put this movie in every school in k America." Van Dyke can be contacted at 420- i 0200.

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T'S TOO BAD Jack Farrow felt the need to drop out of the race for the PlymouthCanton school board, but we understand his decision. Farrow was afraid the large number of candidates, nine before he dropped out. would increase the likelihood that a Citizens for Better Education candidate would win one or both of the seats up for grabs in the June election. We have the same fear, too. We don't want to see a school board dominated by CBE. The group claims it's concerned about education, but we're afraid that their so-called concern will end in censorship of school material. If everything in our political system worked correctly. Farrow wouldn't have felt the need to drop out of the race. O u r system is supposed to allow the majority to rule, but that just doesn't happen.

Small groups that don't represent the majority can through determination and hard work can inflict their minority views on the majority. They can make their system work because the rest of us just plain don't vote. School, elections during years when there are no millage questions on the ballot often only attract 10 percent of the voters. However, you can bet that nearly 100 percent of the CBE supporters will be at the polls. According to records, school elections in nonmillage years attract about 2,000 voters. There are about 2,000 CBE supporters in the Plymouth-Canton school district. • That means CBE could easily elect two more board members in June. To us there are only two solutions: "A large voter turnout or a fewer number of candidates. The latter isn't a real attractive solution. But then again, this is the real world of politics.

Canton New events improve festival HERE'S GOING to be more to do at this year's Canton Challenge Fest. And we're glad to see the annual event adding those new events because it means there will be more to do for Canton residents during the fest set for May 28 to June 3. Organizers expect that the new events will help boost the crowd from about 10,000 to 15,000. The new events are the Flying Pilgrims Model Airplanes, a kite-flying exhibition, a therapeutic Recreation Fitness Day, the Van Esley Softball Tournament, an ice c r e a m social, a songfest, a *bowl-a-tbon and a r e m o t e control car competition. And if that isn't enough, the Canton Arts Coun-

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ROTEST, an essential part of maintaining liberty, is being threatened in our communities. Residents should be deeply disturbed at and resent this dangerous intrusion into our rights of assembly and free speech. Recently a handful of suburbs have enacted urdinances 10 curtail picketing in front of specific persons' homes. The guise under which these ordinances are being adopted is to maintain privacy. . In West Bloomfield, Bloomfield Hills, BloomI fieJd Township and Birmingham the situation revolves around the ever-controversial abortion issue. Pro-life forces are putting the squeeze on individuals who work at abortion clinics by picketing their homes. "* Having someone stand in front of your home and protest has the potential to be annoying, embarrassing and maddening. But these inconvenie n c e s we must bear. - Our freedom to protest is too important to f r i t t e r away because some would rather restrict •the noise in their subdivision to the incessant din lawnmowers After all. nobody ever said that maintaining a society would be easy. Unfortunately exlency for the sake of mediocrity-is toorapidly acing militancy in the defense of freedom. While sketching out the parameters of "disturbing the public repose,'' Edmund Burke put it jbest: "the firebell at midnight disturbs our sleep;

but it keeps you from being burnt in your bed.'" In truth, these ordinances have nothing to do with protecting a person's right to privacy. The street in front of your house is just as public as those in front of township hall and the White House. For somf timp, now, suburbanites' right of assembly and protest have been hindered by shopping malls whose management maintains that their enclosed areas are private. Hired security forces prowl the corridors seeking to quash any sign of divergence from the norm. —Malls at squares of America, subdivions a r e replacing neighborhoods. And at each stage of suburban development, those in charge of the status quo wrest a bit more <^f freedom away from us. - What these ordinances do is reflect an attitude in our society which says that political protest is somehow vulgar and beneath those who can afford to keep it out of their sight. The issue over which the protest is taking place is insignificant — today pro-life, tomorrow pro-choice, the next day ecology. The cause matters not, the right to assemble, demonstrate and speak out is foremost. Using privacy as a scapegoat is not only threatening to the right of protest but to the legitimate right to privacy. If everytime someone inconvenienced by protest raises the issue of privacy, the meaning of privacy will become blurred beyond recognition.

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bHard work pays off for local theater HEY-VE KNOCKED ON dozens of doors, sent hundreds of letters and made more telephone calls than they could ever count, but a group of hard-working voire can be proud of the community support ve mustered for a longtime but littleBirmingham organization. Saturday's Theater Arts Ball, a fund-raiser for s Village Players, is the finale to a "week of activities orchestrated to involve the community in this theapian organization, one of the oldest in Michigan. Tbe group was chartered ia 1923 and has been producing first-class productions ever since Like most of the m a n y community theaters in our suburbs, this group relies on support of its the people who live next door to those take tbe starring roles on the stage as well as behind tbe curtains, for its continuing support. Volunteers rained enough money to cover nearly all of tbe Ball's coats, so that everything

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that's raised through ticket sales and the evening of the event will be profit used to renovate the lobby of The Village Players building. They also persuaded many downtown merchants to turn over display windows to the group during Village Players Week The windows became living scrap books, showing photographs and costumes of prior Players productions. An open house brought community residents into the theater to see the building renovation completed to date, as well as to watch rehearsals of the group's upcoming production and the set building that goes with i t There are many community theater groups in the metro area who could take example from tbe activities and enthusiasm of The Village Players. These grassroots organizations can't be successful without the support of their communities. Our hats are off to the Players and to tbe local businesspeople and residents who've made Village Players Week a

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Future sure to be bright with a new generation FACING THE FUTURE — it can hold their helmets. I never forgot it." be poignant, it can be rewarding, it A. few weeks before the son had can be frustrating. But dbe thing is been rummaging through some old for sure, we should revere it for the memorabilia and found the autosymbol of hope it represents for us graph of former University of Michiall gan quarterback Rick Leach. He reIt's a good feeling to see it happen. membered the thrill and wanted to The phone rings and a friend is at share that same feeling with the the other end. Usually we do busi- next generation, the future. ness but today he calls just to talk. But the son also brought home He talks of his son, an obvious source some disturbing news. Having of pride. For my friend, his son rep- forged some close friendships with resents the future. He is a symbol of minority students, he was faced with that hope for a better world. the personal tragedy of a society His son, a college student, recently which prefers to keep cultures sepadonned the school colors to work out rate. for the football team. College teams He was upset that his minority do that, you know, practice in tbe friend dropped out from pledging for spring for fall football. Beats me a fraternity. But be was confused at why, but they do. the reason. His friend dropped out "You know, Steve, it was fun not because the fraternity turned watching him out there after prac- away minorities, but because other tice, talking with the little kids who minorities put pressure on him not to" were asking him for his autograph. associate with whites. My wife and I just stood for a Nothing's simple when you're moment and took it all in." he said. growing up. Just when you think you've figured out the world, someTHE SON took a lot of time with thing else comes up to confuse the each starry-eyed kid. As. he signed situation — even when you have a autographs he would have each friendship with someone who happens to be black. young fan hold his helmet. "Why'd you have the kids hold My friend finished his stories and I your helmet?" asked the father. told him about my secretary, a very The son replied; "I remember talented young woman. A few weeks when you used to take me to these ago she walked into the office and games and the players would let me announced she had found another

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QUAKING IN THE aftershocks of Earth Day. The way I see i t if all of those trees that were being distributed were actually planted and grew, by Earth Day 2010 we'd all be attending rallies pnd teach-ins about "The Over-Foreststioo of the Planet." I mean, think about It Everybody . . . but everybody . . . was giving away trees. Supermarkets, department stores, auto companies, newspapers. I read somewhere that the goal (I don't know whose goal) was to get a billion trees planted around the world. That's ONE BILLION. The number 1 followed by nine zeroes. That's a lot of trees. If they were all planted and reproduced normally, in 20 years those same companies would be passing out little hatchets with mimeographed notices attached: "Help Save the Earth — Cut Down a Tree." Now don't get me wrong. I'm not attacking Earth Day. It's nice to see a worldwide movement dedicated to doing something positive. And if there was a bit of over-reaction involved, better that than shrugging our shoulders, saying "Who cares?" and tossing another candy-bar wrapper out of the car window. It's just that when the frenzy dies

Q: I recently saw my son s teacher shopping at an area mall one afternoon at 2 pjn. It was a regularly scheduled school day. She saw me and I know she went out of her way to avoid talking to me. I do volunteer wprk in her school and see ber almost every week. I've heard teachers get personal business days but this didn't look like personal business to me. Should I mention it to her principal? A: It is Impossible to justify playing hookey but it has gooe on since I began in education. "ITse majority of teachers and administrators do not abuse tbe use of their sick or personal business days. But a few do. However, most teachers and administrators with whom I've worked ttod to come to school when they are not feeling well and probably should have stayed borne. The genesis of sick days and personal business days from the preteacher contract era to today needs to be reviwed to address your question. When I started in education back in the 1950s we received three sick days and no personal business days. U you were on your death bed the

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child's death for politics To the editor: To set the record straight: Immediately following our son's death, we requested the Plymouth-Canton School Board to allow my husband and I to see the film that was shown to our son's class. We were told that we should not view the movie for at least a week. At this point, we called Mrs. Daskalakis for assistance so that we could see tbe film as soon as possible. Mrs. Daskalakis then telephoned the board office oo our behalf and requested viewing privileges. Tbe people from CBE were involved at my request and at no time has any member tried to exploit this family. People have to start believing this is not the religious fanatical group that the media portrays tbem to be. Through my recent asaodatioo with Citizens for Better Education, I have discovered their focus Is not censorship but parental Involvement in their children's education. 1 did not like Mr. Jack Farrow's comments tn the local papers. He seems to feel that his expression of sympathy gives him the right to use our son's death like a political football.

To the editor » Judith Doner Berne's article oo the Broomfleld Legacy struck me as being peculiar. Buildings, such as the Capital Hill Club, will come and go, but his real legacy will be found in his voting record. Since April 22 was Earth Day I think it would be appropriate to review tbe environmental legacy VS. Rep. William Broomfield would have us live. Tropical rain forests and their Inhabitants are disappearing around the globe at an alarming rate. The United States, in a leadership role, most demonstrate, not just preach, a conservation and wilderness protection ethic. That opportunity came last year in the form of the Nevada Wilderness Protection Act Tbe act would establish 1.03% of Nevada a federally protected wilderness Mr. Broomfleld voted for an amendment that would cut that area almost in half. Fortunately, the rest of the House saw the wisdom in protecting It all. In an effort to stem the destruction of the Tongass National Rainforest Congress offered a MB to replace ths outdated »*-y«ar harvesting contract, which Is heavily subsidised by taxpayers. Mr. Broomfield voted for a weakening amendment that would permit high levels of harvesting from this ancient for-. ecosystem. TTili for-

est, once cut, will be lost to the work forever. With the Alaska oil spill still free! on everyone's mind. Congress at tempted to strengthen legislation responsibility. An amendment tha would have made an oil spiller for the total cost of the cleanup voted against by Mr. Broomfleld. « Time and time again Broom? field has demonstrated his contempf for most environmental legislation According to tbe League of Conserl vation Voters, a non-partisan organic zatioo that reviews environmental voting records, it has been his history. In 1985-86 he voted against the environment 82% of the time. In 1987-88 be did it 69% of the time.; Finally, last year, be voted against the environment a devastating 80% I of the time. I With all of the ecological threats; facing the world, as well as tbe Unit-< ed States, we can not afford a votingrecord such ss Mr. Broomfleld's His real legacy, if be had his way, would; haunt our ancestors forever. James A. Corcoran, West

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A COLLEAGUE here at work likened the whole Earth Day movement to a religious revival. He's right, although there were plenty of merchandising techniques employed, too. One department store advertised "Free seedlings to the first 1,000 customers making a purchase in each store." A supermarket chain introduced s "green line" of products

superintendent had the right to decide if your sickness was legitimate. He then could grant a teacher more than three days. Otherwise, your pay was docked. When negotiations were legitimized in the 1960s, sick days increased from five up to now 10 per year in most districts. Tbe days also accumulate and can now be carried over. Many teachers have more than 200 days accumulated that they have never used. Personal business days were then negotiated Into the contract initially ooe or two a year. These days originally were to be used only for a death in the immediate family and each day had to be approved by the administration. As years rolled on, the number of personal business days Increased up to four and could be used for other

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Earth Day 1990 was largely orchestrated and led by that wmp establishment. And not all the purposes were completely noble and altruistic this time, either. Being environmentally conscious — taking better care of good old Mother Earth — is something we need to do. But let's do it for the right reasons, not because we're caught up in the spirit of the revival or because we're being manipulated by the techniques of Madison Avenue. Jack Gladden is a copy editor at the Observer & Eccentric Newspapers. He lives in Canton Township and celebrated Earth Day bp planting two trees and a rosebush.

situations where a teacher is not in control of setting the dates and times (for example a doctor's appointment). In many of todays' contracts teachers do not have to declare what personal business they are going to be about. It is their business and it would be considered unethical to infer a teacher would ever play hooky as some kids do. Frankly, as a teacher and administrator, there were a couple days it seemed I was mentally and physically burned out and I did stay home. However, those days were few and far between. Unfortunately, there are a few educators who view both sick days and personal business days as vacation days. Having reviewed attendance patterns of staff members for years, they are easy to identify. Tbe most famous day to be sick is a non-payday Friday. This choice grants the long weekend and tbe next Friday to pick up the check. Days just prior to vacations also are popular. Deer hunting seasoo often

causes another period of extended illness. Teachers who abuse this fringe benefit think only the building principal and central office are concerned. Wrong. Teachers within each building know who tbe abusers are as do union leaders. And although they say nothing to their face, they have strong personal opinions that are expressed In private. Since you wonder about your child's teacher being in the mall at 2 p.m., you have choices. You can mention it to ber, mention it to ber principal or decide it is none of your business. You say she is an excellent teacher, seldom absent, so consider these factors before making your decision. Dr. James Doyle is a former assistant superintendent in the Troy School District. Questions for this column should be sent to Doc Doyle, c/o Observer & Eccentric Newspapers, 36251 Schoolcraft, Livonia 4825Q.

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ONSTRUCTION VEHICLES are easy to spot all around the Miller Woods, but the wooded area itself remains untouched. Evelyn Edgar, past president of the Friends of the Miller Woods, thinks that's just fine. "Definitely," said Edgar, a Plymouth Township resident ' T o r ooe thing, just to have a place like this when everything is built up. It's been kept this way for so many years. I think that says a lot for the kind of woods it is." Tbe Miller Woods site, a hardwood forest Is on Powell between Beck and Ridge roads in Plymouth Township. The land is owned by the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, and Friends members and other volunteers help maintain the woods. Edgar used to teach English at Plymouth Salem High School and retired In 1972. She remembers visiting the woods a number of years ago with another teacher. • AT THAT time, the woods were full of rubbish, including appliances, tfres an^ other lauge items. "We were just getting into the idea that we bad to have some preservation here when Earth Day came along," she said. Friends members are planning their annual spring walks, and consider this year's walks their contribution to the 20th anniversary Earth Day celebration. Tbe land had been owned and farmed by the Miller family, and was bought by the school district in 1968. This year marks the 15th anniversary of the formation of the Friends of the Miller Woods. Tbe spring walks will be held 1-4 p.m. Saturday, April 28, and 1-4 p.m. Sunday, May 8. Tbe walks will include guided tours of the woods, and participants will be able to see many spring flowers in bloom. Participating in the spring walks is free of charge, and those wbo plan to attend should dress for tbe weather. Those wbo are interested may join the Friends group and" dues are now renewable for current membars. Dues are $10 for individuals, $25 and up for patrons. Dues may be sent to: friends of the Miller Woods, Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, 454 S. Harvey, Plymouth, Mich. 48170.

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His mom, Ginger Krueger of Plymouth Township, is membership chairwoman for the Friends group. She's also studying to become a master gardener through the Michigan State University Cooperative Extension Service and is a member of the Trailwood Garden Club. Her family's home backs up to a wooded area, and they know it's essential to preserve natural sites like tbe Miller Woods. "I think it's important to keep it intact for future generations because eventually there's not going to be a n y t h i n g like this

Plymouth Township resident Evelyn E d g a r is p a s t p r e a i d e n t of t h e F r i e n d s of t h e Miller W o o d a . said. Learning about nature is beneficial for children and adults alike. "And it helps us in learning a little m o r e about r e c y c l i n g , " s a i d Krueger, a homemaker who does accounting work at her husband's offIce. Many Boy Scouts have contributed to maintenance of the Miller Woods over the years. Scouts have created signs and benches at tbe woods for Eagle Scout projects. Garden club members have also worked to make people more aware of the woods, Krueger said.

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PLYMOUTH AAUW Th* Plymouth branch. American Association of University Wc will meet at 7JO p j t April 26. at Ernesto's (formerly The HiUsidek 41C61 Plymouth Road, Plymouth. The speaker, Dunne Lit tie, will chscuss Women A c n » tbe Little's preeenUtloo will include information and a display of historical coetamee. Guests members may attend, of accredited, four-year colleges and universities are eligible for AAUW membership. For more information, call 4S1-6996.

bor Tbe 16th aonaal sale to sored by the F i e n d s of the Matthaei Botanical Gardens. Tbe selection of more than 25,006 plants will perennials, rock herbs, wildflowers, kets, ornamental ferns. The sale, a major for the gardens, to by Michigan Radio WUOM. For more information, call Margaret Vergith at the gardens, 996-7081. •

MEXICAN DINNER Single Place h a s p h a n e d a Mexican dinner at 6 p m. Saturday, April 28, at the First Presbyterian Church of Northville, 200 E. Main Tbe dinner will be catered by The Don Carlos Restaurant of Dearborn. Dancing and dance l e a r n s will follow at 7 JO p m. Reservations should be made by sending a check for $6.50 (payable to the First Presbyterian Church in Northville, 260 E. Main, Northville, Mich. 48187) by Thursday, April 26. Reservations are required for dinner. Separate price to $5 for dance l e a r n s aad refreshments, payable at the door, and those attending tbe dance only dont need reservations. For more information, call 349-0911.



MOTHERS OF TWINS The Plymouth/Canton Mothers of Twins will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 26. The speaker will discuss kindergarten readiness. For more information, call 455-9637. •

MEMBERSHIP C O F F E E Tbe Plymouth Newcomers Club will have a coffee for prospective members at 7:36 p.m Thursday, April 26. Those who have lived ia Plymouth or Plymouth Township for leas than two years may attend. The social club provides members with opportunities to meet people and to participate in many interest groupa/ activities. For more information, call 459-5593. •

MOMS TO MEET . MO M (Meet Other Mothers) will meet 9:30-11:30 a . m Friday, April 27, at the First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth, 701 W. Church. M.OJL is a support group for mothers. Tbe speaker will be Delores Eiden, a handwriting analyst Low-cost child care is available during meetings For more information, call 459-7465. •

PLAYGROUP Tbe Play Group of tbe Canton Newcomers Club will meet 10 a m . to noon Friday, April 27. Children will play and mothers will be able to relax and drink coffee. For more information, call 453-6116. •

LUNCHEON OUT The Canton Newcomers Club will sponsor a "Ladies' Out" at 12 30 p.m Friday. April 27, at Kenny's, oo Canton Center in Canton. For more information, call 453-5773. • BETHANY DANCE • •Bethany Lakes will have a dance 8 pan. to 1 a m . Friday, April 27, at fee Knights of Columbus Hall, S t Council No. 4401, 21900 Uebelt, Farmington Hills. - Lakes is a support group for separated a£d widowed people. For more information, call 422-8625. • WESTSIDE H •Westside Singles H will bold a *Think Spring" dance 8 p.m. to 1 k m . Friday, April 27, at the Livonia Elks Lodge, on Plymouth Road east of Merriman. Tbe dance is for singles age 21 and older. Dressy attire should be worn (no Jeans). For more information, call the hot line, 5623170.



TR1-COUNTY SINGLES Tri-County Singles will have a dance/party 6 p m . to 1:30 a j n . Saturday, April 28, at the Airport Hilton inn, 1-94 and Merriman in Romulus. The "Astrology Dance" for singles over age 21 will include readings. For more information, call the hot line, 842-7422. • ACADEMICALLY TALENTED Tbe Plymouth-Canton Association for the Academically Talented will meet 7-9 p.m Tuesday, May 1, in the cafeteria of Pioneer Middle School, 46081 W. Ann Arbor Road, Plymouth Township Barb Church of the Plymoutb-Canton Community Schools will discuss the new focus in mathematics Church, science and math coordinator for the district will include some audience activities la her presentation. A short hmlneas meeting will follow the presentation and will include nomination of officers for the 1990-91 school year. At the meeting, math, science and art projects created by Talented and Gifted students will be displayed

Area Association, Huron Valley Girl Scout Council, will meet at 7 pan. Wednesday, May 2. The m e e t l y will be held at Pioneer Middle School, 46081 W. Ann Arbor Road, west of Sheldon in Plymooth Township. Tbe meeting for volunteers to being held to recognise leaders of honor troops and honor dusters, and to recognise people who have helped promote Girl Scouting. Graduating Senior Girl Scouts and thoae wbo hhua earned the Silver Award or Gold Award will attend. Those who plan to attend are asked to bring their own coffee cup, to help protect the



CLUB LUNCHEON The Plymouth Newcomers Club will have a luncheon Thursday, May 3, in the Terrace Room (downstairs) at tbe Radtoson Hotel of Plymouth, 14707 Northville Road. Hospitality time will start at 11:36 a m . , with lunch set ved at noon. The d u b to for residents of Plymouth or Plymouth Township wbo have lived in the community two years or less. Luncheon price to $10. Chicken crepes, vegetables, muffins, cole slaw and b e n r a g t a will be served. Deadline to make reservations is noon Monday, April 30. For reservations, caD 459-0694 or 459-6046. Club officers for 1990-91 will be Installed at the luncheon. •

WESTSIDE II Westside Singles n will have a dance/party 8 p j n . to 1 a.m Friday, May 4, at the Livonia Elks Lodge, on Plymouth Road east of Merriman. The dance/party to for singles age 21 and older. U jssy attire should be worn (no jeans). For more information, can the hot line, 562-3170.



WILDFLOWER SEARCH Ths docenta at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens will conduct a spring walk at 2 p.m Sunday, May 6, at the gardens, 1800 N. Dixboro, south cl tbe Dixboro Road-Plymouth Road intersection in Ann Arbor. P a r tidpaats will look for spring wildflowers Those who plan to attend should dress for the weather and meet the docents at 2 p.m. on the front steps of the conservatory. Tbe walk wUl last 1 * -2 hours. •

60-PL U S Ares senior dtiaens may attend the 60-Plus potluck luncheon at nooo Mooday, May 7, in fellowship hall of the First United Methodist Church of Plymouth, 45201 N. Territorial, Plymouth Township. Those who plan to attend the monthly luncheon should bring a dish to pass and their own table service. The lecture on the Big Band era wUl be presented by Dr. Wddon Petx. •

INTEREST G R O U P S The Plymouth Newcomers Club has a number of interest groups for new residents of Plymouth and Plymouth Township. The Couples Social group has planned a "Mystery Dish and Grill Night" for 7 p j n . Saturday, May 19. For reservations or more information, can 455-3315. Tbe Play Group for mothers with infanta, toddlers or preschoolers meets 10 a.m. to nooo tbe secood and fourth Monday of each month Meetings are In members' homes and give mothers and children a chance to make new friends A get-together is planned for Monday, May 14. For more information, call 455-8708. The club's Golf League meets Wednesday mornings at Fox Hilfat

Country Club. Those who would like to play or be a substitute may call 453-5088. •

RUMMAGE SALE The Canton Historical Society will hold a spring rummage sale Friday aad Saturday, May 18-19,_ Items to be donated may be taken to tbe Roy Schultx farm, 7854 N. LUley, Canton. Arrangements can be made to have larger items picked Bp*. Clothes aren't needed for tbe rummage sale. Donations are tax-deductible. For more information, call 453-6084. •

BETTER PARENTING A free seminar on "Love Is Learning to Be a Better Parent" will be offered 7-9 p.m. Thursday, May 24, at Livonia Churchill High School, 8900 New burgh The seminar is being underwritten by tbe Independent Order of Foresters, a non-profit fraternal organization. Featured speakers will be Jimmy Williams of the Detroit Lions and Dorothy and Robert DeBolt whose story of raising 20 children won an Academy Award for Best Documentary. Tbe DeBolts founded and developed Aid to Adoption of Special Kids, a national adoption program for children with special needs. For reservations for tbe seminar, caU the Independent Order of Foresters, 478-8230.

Northville, Mich. 48187. Tbe group has planned a Sept 21-23 trip to Toronto to see "The Phaatom of the Opera." Price of $264 includes lodging at the Sheraton Center, transportation, play tickets and other expenses The $85 deposit to doe Mooday. April 30. payable to the First! Presbyterian Church in Northville For more information, call 349-0911. •

CIVITAN CLUB The Plymouth-Canton Civitan Club a community service organization for men and women. It meets at 7:30 p.m tbe first Thursday of the month for a business meeting at the Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce office. The d u b meets a t , 6 30 p.m. tbe third Thursday of the month at the Italian Cucina, 39500 Ann Arbor Road, Plymouth Township, for a dinner meeting and program. For more information, call 981-2411 or 981-7259.



CHURCH COOKBOOK A cookbook has been compiled by members of Tbe First Free Will Baptist Church of Plymouth. Cookbook price is $5, plus $1 for handling. Tbe cookbook includes recipes, cooking information, pictures and more. For more information, call 326-8255 or 561-4502. •



TRIPS FOR SINGLES Single Place has planned a weekend for singles July 27-29 at the JJ Resort Ranch in Roth bury, Mich. Price of $164 includes lodging, meals, horseback riding, entertainment and other activities. The $50 deposit Is due by Monday, April 30. payable to the First Presbyterian Church in Northville, 200 E. Main.

PACT-REACT Tbe PACT-REACT Team Inc. is recruiting members to volunteer for a Plymouth area citizens' mobile patrol. Volunteers also operate the emergency radio system Meetings are at 7:30 p.m. tbe secood Wednesday of tbe month at Plymouth Township Hall. For more information, caU 453-5015 or the central base, 459-0020.

50-UP CLUB Tbe S t John Neumann Sentors/50Up Club wffl meet at 7:30 p j n . Toesday, May 1, at the church, on Warren between Sheldon and Canton Center roads in Canton. New members and guests may attend. For more information, call 495-1307 or 459-4091. BPW SCHOLARSHIP The Canton Business and Professional Women will offer an annual scholarship again this year. Applicants should be women entering or re-entering the work force wbo need financial assistance. Applications are available at tbe Canton Public Library, 1200 S. Canton Center, and at tbe First of America Bank-Wayne, 416M

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Post office substations from the United States, Canada and the United Nations will sell current stamp* at face value at the show. Tbe West Suburban Stamp Club win continue its support of the Shriners Crippled Children's Hospital rehabilitation program Dooors of stamps wiU receive a special souvenir card. Several philatelic societies will participate in tbe show. The Plate Number Coil Collector's Club, American Association of Philatelic Exhibitors and Peninsular State Philatelic Society will present programs. Junior stamp collectors win find many thing* of interest including stamp-related games, programs oo beginning stamp collecting a n ^ free stamps for each collector. Raffle drawings will be part of tbe weekend's fun. This year, the club wUl also offer a set of two covers saluting the Detroit Pistons. Each cover will have a separate cachet the 4 cent basketball stamp, and a cancel shaped like a backboard and basket Collectors may buy the set of two covers by sending $3, plus a No. 10 stamped, addressed envelope to: West Suburban Stamp Club, c/o Hal Williams, P.O. Box 843, Plymouth, Mich 48170.

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—The West Suburban Stamp Club wUl boat its 21st annual Plymouth show Saturday and Sunday, April 28-29. The show will be held 10 a j n . to 7 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 pm. Sunday at Central Middle School, Main at Church in downtown Plymouth. Admiasioo and parking are free of charge. Michigan Gov. James Blanchard has issued a proclamation declaring tbe week of April 23-29 Michigan Stamp Week. His declaration coincides with the show dates. The exhibit portion of the show win consist of a 2,800-plus page exhibit judged by a panel of judges accredited by tbe American Philatelic Society Tbe Plymouth show is a qualifying national show in tbe APS's "World Series of Philately." The grand award winner wUl compete against winners from the 33 other national shows this August for the 1990 championship in Cincinnati, Ohio. The grand award winner will also receive a framed duck drawing by wildlife artist Larry Hillard.

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AT THE TIME her niece was diagnosed. Villemure was working as a hair dresser and teaching. She found there wasn't much available in the way of wigs for children who'd lost their hair due to anti-cancer treatments. Villemure works with many people who've lost their hair due to chemotherapy, radiation therapy or o * e r reasons. Wigs and hairpieces in synthetics and human blends are



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THE SWIM suits cost $60 to |72, and coordinates — skirts and jackets — are available. An ensemble runs about |150, Villemure said. Tbe swim suits are designed to accommodate a prosthesis. Suits are available in a variety of styles and fabrics and don't look any different from those worn by women who haven't had surgery, she said. Villemure hasn't had cancer but has a niece wbo had leukemia. Her niece, who was 3 when she was diagnosed, is 10 and in remission. "That's how it got me involved in doing i t " Villemure now works with a number of people who've had cancer.



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N FIRST PASS It looks like the epitome of yupptedom — a workout place for Infants and toddlers. But Gymboree. it t u n a out, is mare than the Vte Tanny of the diaper s e t It's not another dropoff center for parents to liberate themselves temporarily from their offspring. It's a place for baby to play, develop and grow with mom or dad right there at his/her side. Jim and Kathy Cornell of Farmingtoo Hills opened their fifth Gym boree franchise earlier this month at the Orchard Mall in West Bloomfield. Tbe location features an open space with dozens of specially designed play equipment pieces. Child and parents) enroll in a 4 5-minute class once a week for 12 weeks to play on equipment, engage in activities, and sing songs and chants with 15-20 other youngsters in their age group and accompanying parents. Tbe Cornells also operate a Gymboree tn Plymouth, In the Lilley Executive Plaza, 9357 General Drive, Suite 195. Tbe facility opened In January 1989. "Plymouth has really done very well," Kathy Cornell said. The first

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Gymboree session in Plymouth attracted 175 children. About 250 youngsters are- now enrolled at the Plymouth facility. • "So we're very pleaaed with the growth of the center," she said. "The of tbe community has been Many of the participants are working parents wbo bring baby in evenings after work. "We get a lot of suits and ties," Jim said. » Some fathers come in reluctantly, encouraged by their wives to take the baby just once during tbe 12 weeks, she said. They often become part of the workout threesome. A $75 charge for the 12 weeks Is for the child and either or both parents. Grandparents, often the daytime caregivers, are also Gymboree frequenters, as are other child care providers. CLASSES ARE offered for five different age groups: • Baby gym (3-12 months) — This is an introduction to colors, textures, sounds and rhythmic songs for baby, parent education for mom and dad. Gentle exercises are choreographed to music. • Gymboree I (10-18 months) is a time to explore. Top priority is developing balance and btfllding confi-

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dence in new-found mobility. • Gymboree U (10-30 months) — In this class, balance is practiced and body movement* refined. Weekly biemes like up, down, under and through teach coocepts. a Gymboree HI (2%-SVfc years) — Movement to music and activities with imagery is featured. Youngsters sing their own ^ n g s and take an active role in activities and games. a Gymgrad (3-4^ years)— Creative movement, pre-sport activities, special equipment and non-competitive games are designed to enhance skill development. Using special props, parents and kids explore creativity through movement. The Gymboree "play with a purpose" concept was created in California and spread to the Midwest. Kathy Cornell was a new mother when she first sought something the Cornells could do with Katie, now 4 years old, and found a local Gymboree. She and ber husband were retail managers for the Waterford Mei jer's store. "We were into the '80s style of parenting to the 'nth' degree," Jim said. "We were a threesome. We did it as a family."

boree area franchise was for sale in late 1987, she quit her job thinking she could take over the business and nin it two days a week. Since then they've taken over or established businesses in a church in Northville, tbe Mcrcy Center in Farmington Hills, the community room of Livonia Mall, and the Plymouth and West Bloomfield sites. At the same time, they've added Maggie, 2Vk, and Robbie, 1, to the family. "We had an office in the home and a computer. It just snowballed. It was more successful than anticipated," Jim said. Mostly tbe job is fun. "If you're going to start a business, make sure it's ooe you can wear tennis shoes and sweat suits to," Kathy said. The

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difficult part is hiring. Staff mem- which parents get to participate in bers don't have to have college de- activities with young children, she grees, she said, but eight of nine do said. "This is something the parents are have early education background. In addition, all receive a six-week on- out there together with their chilsite training which includes first aid dren." Children wbo take Gymboree classes have a chance to learn some and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. 'We look for a personality, a type socialization skills while having fun,_ that is warm and affectionate — she said. As a franchise bonus, enrolled vaparents look upon them as resource cationing families may attend a people." While the child is the main benefi- Gymboree in the spot they're visit-' ciary of the class, parents also bene- ing, if available. Day and evening classes are' fit at the Gymboree in "It's kind of a place for people to available connect I think," Kathy said. Partic- Plymouth For registration infor- • ipating in Gymboree gave her, as a motion, call 473-1845. . i first-time mother, a chance to meet Staff writer Julie Brown contrib- • other moms. There aren't a lot of programs in uted to this story.

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Thomas and Constance Alonzo of Canton announce the engagement of their daughter, Lori Ann Alonzo of Cincinnati, Ohio, to William J. Cotton of Cincinnati, son of Charles and Margo Cotton of FraniJort, Ky. The bride-elect is a graduate of Plymouth Canton High School and of Eastern Michigan University. She is employed as a computer programmer/analyst with Carlson Marketing Group of Dayton, Ohio. .Her fiance is a graduate of Frankfort High School and of the University of Kentucky. He is employed as a legal account specialist with Syntrex Business System. An early September wedding is planned at Good Shepherd Parish in Cincinnati.

Mr. and Mrs Roy B. Strid of Northville announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristen Anne, to Gary E. McLellan. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McLellan of Brighton. The bride-elect is a graduate of Plymouth Canton High School and of Cleary College, where she received a bachelor of business administration degree. She is employed as the cash management administrator for Lear Siegler Seating Corp. of Southfield. Her fiance is a graduate of Brighton High School and of Cleary College, where he received a bachelor of business administration degree. He is employed as an account executive for Multi-Communication Systems of Livonia and also is tbe owner/operator of Starflight Productions, providing bands and disc jockeys for functions. A June wedding is planned at Geneva Presbyterian Church in Canton.

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Marshall-Collins Robert and Katherine Marshall of Plymouth announce the engagement of their daughter, Pamela Ann, to Michael Thomas Collins of Livonia. Son of John and Mary Collins of Northville. The bride-elect is a graduate of Plymouth Canton High School. She is employed by John Hancock Insurance of Farmington Hills. Her fiance is a graduate of Northville High School. He is employed by Shaver and Time World in Redford. A mid-September wedding is planned at St. John Neumann Church in Canton.

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DANCE RECITAL Tbe Polish Roman Catholic Union Syrena Dance Ensemble will present its recital, "Positively Yes," at 7 p.m. Friday, April 27, at Cherry Hill High School, 28500 Avondale. between Inkster and Middlebelt, Inkster. Admission price is $4. For information, call 565-9865. e CHURCH WOMEN Church Women United of Suburban Detroit will bold a fellowship breakfast at 9 a.m. Friday, May 4, at Rosedale Gardens Presbyterian Church, 9601 Hubbard, Livonia. Donation is 64. For information, call 464-7727.

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Joy, Canton, will show tbe film. "A Father, a Son, and a Three-Mile Run," at 6 pm. Sunday. April 29. For information, call 455-0022. •

FAMILY WEEK Tbe Pastoral Care Ministry of Ward Presbyterian Church is sponsoring tbe annual Family Week Sunday, April 29, through Sunday, May 6. Opening services begin on Sunday, April 29, with tbe Rev. Brian Tweedie discussing "Family Life in White Water" at tbe 10:45 a.m. and 12:05 p.m. services. For information, call 422-6865. Ward Church is at 17000 Farmington Road, Livonia. •

8 RUMMAGE SALE Hosanna-Tabor LSlheran Church will hold a rummage sale 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 5, at the church, 9600 Leverne, Redford. i FILM SHOWING Calvary Baptist Church, 43065

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KITE FLYING DAY Good Shepherd Reformed Church, 6500 N. Wayne Road, Westland, will hold a "Kite Flying Day" 11 a.m. to 4 pm. Saturday, April 28, at the church. Complete kite kits will be available for a donation_of $3. For information, call 721-0800.

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OPEN HOUSE Tbe Detroit First Church of the Naxarene, 21260 Hagferty, ington Hills, is botdtng a house, beginning at 830 a m . ; May 6. Holland Lewis's special message will be "Tbe Cross Leads the Way." •

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION Tbe Westland Full Goepel Assembly of God, 34033 Palmer, Westland, will present "Educating F o r Eternity." beginning at 7 p.m. Friday. May 4 Tbe program will train people to Please turn t o Paga 8

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Signs of strife start surfacing Recent reports from Eastern Euis an indictment of (he hamaa rope have included distressing! Not front page material, nor subfor failing to leant from the pe jects for evening newscasts. At least More than 48 years of Jota* i for tbe time being Bat the l a n e is by too important to ignore. It will not Eastern Barege to go away by thinking it tnconeeqnen prwaelnw of I tial. ated experiences of 1 Major religious groups in Eastern aace of one another la i Europe have reported incidents of tknal identity. Forty »«f*«a^fna^_ and even conflict, in fighting a < their anfokting relatiomhips with ed bonds of ooe another. The new experiences of easily d i a r t athefaceefi freedom in religious life I Some of conflicts directed by stronger personalities Some are pert of the position!^ for power within the new orders of public life. Some open wounds that go bock and cat lathe faith CON I EN HUMS AND strife within the faith iminiansltj of

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SPAGHETTI DINNER Tbe Ambassadors of Village Presbyterian Church, Redford, will serve a spaghetti dinner 4-7 p.m. Saturday, May 5, at the church, 25350 W. Six Mile. Admission price is 84.50 for adults, $2.50 for children. There will be an auction at 7:30 p.m. For information, call 534-7730.

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SINGLE POINT Ward Presbyterian Church, in cooperation with Single Point Minis- • HOMECOMING' is hosting a 'Special Shuw- — T h e Aldersgate Uuiled Metbodlsr case" concert by soloist Penny Church, Redford, is having a "HomeStockwell at 8 p m Friday, May 4. at coming" at the 8:30 and 11 a m. sertbe church, 17000 Farmington Road, Livonia. For information, call 4226865.

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Wednesday and Thursday, May 2-3, at tbe First United Methodist Church of Plymouth, 45201 N. Territorial, west of Sheldon in Plymouth Township. Hours will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday. 9 a m . to 5 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. Thursday.

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IN SOME cases, both husband and wife are ordained. One such pastoral pair is tbe Rev. Randy Whitcomb and his wife, tbe Rev. Michelle A Gentile of Canton Both are United Methodist ministers. They have no children. Whitcomb is pastor of tbe 145-member Cherry Hill United Methodist Church in Canton. Gentile is pastor of the 124-member Denton Faith United Methodist Church in Belleville. ' ~t "The church doesn't have that many expectations ^ when tbe spouse is male," Whitcomb said. Nationally, some 2,300 women have been ordained in the United Methodist denomination. Gentile said. Many marry other ministers. While barriers are dropping, many people still expect more from the women. Gentile said. Gentile, wbo is from Rochester in Oakland County, met and married Whitcomb while tbey were in the seminary He's from Rochester too, but a different state — Minnesota.

ONE ISSUE that they must periodically grapple with is church assignment. In their denomination, it is customary for pastors to be ordained and assigned in a designated geographical area, called a conference. Whitcomb gave up his conference and relocated to Michigan to be close to his wife. . Pastors are reappointed each year. BILL BRESLER/staft photographer "Our bishop, Judith Craig, was wonderful and made e d M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h a n d h e ' s p a s t o r of t h e sure we had jobs together," Gentile said. "Tbe church C h e r r y Hill United M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h in C a n and the clergy couples are still learning — walking oo new ground." ton.

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SINCE COMING to Livonia, Susan Sanders has taken a full-time job in an insurance office to help meet family expenses. Although that limits ber free time, she is active in a church group that corresponds with missionaries. She also teaches Sunday school to preschoolers.

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The Sanderses, wbo have been married almost 22 years, have two children. Their son. Dale, 14, attends Livonia Franklin High School. Muriel, 12, is a student at Riley Middle School.

Sbe hopes to initiate a claas for pregnant women, aimed at laying tbe foundation for children's spiritual needs. "Many baby boomers have dropped out oi church," she said. "Whether we like it or not, tbe kids who go te church get into leas trouble. Of course, there is no | an tee We can build a support group to help you the rough times of raising tbe child." Tbe Sanderses have talked about becoming missionaries overseas, perhaps after retiremeoL said sbe has no desire to become an ordained minister, although there are a few Baptist women |

BECAUSE THEIR respective duties keep them so busy, "we have to schedule time together," according to Whitcomb. "The hardest part is that we don't get to worship together," said Gentile, 35. Occasionally, tbey will switch pulpits and preach at the other's church, which is enjoyable for tbem and tbe congregations. "In all the churches we have served the people have been gracious," Gentile said.

GRUEBEL AND his wife. Sue, were high school sweethearts in New York. In the early days, Sue's potential role in his ministry wasn't discussed much. However, in the ensuing years tbey "talked about it innumerable times," said Kenneth Gruebel, 42. "We decided early on that this was my calling, and not hers She would pick whatever (church) projects were important to her. Tbe congregation has been very accepting."

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THE REV. Gilbert Sanders, a Missouri native, became pastor of the 500-member Livonia Baptist Church last June. Sanders, 43, said his wife, Susan, accompanies him to many church functions and he relies on her counsel

But, ftAid Sanders, his Southern Baptist denomination informally encourages each pastor to aee his wife as "a person in her own right" and not simply as a helper. "Before we got married, I felt I bad a calling to church work." said Susan Sanders, 42. With a strong interest in Christian education and music. she studied at tbe Moody Bible Institute in Chicago for two years before quitting to marry. "It wasn't as mandatory (thai) to have a career," sbe said.

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Garden City Public Schools to tbe Livonia Public Schools, where she's an adult education teacher. Their son, David, 16, a junior at Plymouth Canton High School, plays percussion in tbe Centennial Educational Park Marching Band. Daughter Melissa, a fourth grader at Gallimore Elementary School, swims and plays soccer and basketball. "I have opted to not take a leadership role (in church) at this time because I have so many irons in tbe fire," Sue Gruebel said. "Tbe members have been very supportive," she said. "Before, we were in a church on Long Island. It was more traditional, but my time schedule was different. Things were different then, all around."

NOW THE Hal bo ths' son, Timothy, 27, serves as associate pastor at Grace, where he was ordained last June. Another son, Mark, a Livonia dentist, and his wife. Charla, also are active. The Halboths, who are in their mid-50s, met while Victor was in training. Blanche always expected to be involved. She was less active when her sons were busy with school and extracurricular activities. "You just grow with the job," said Blanche, who has taught vacation Bible school, sung in tbe choir and served as chairwoman of church committees. In 1983, her denomination honored her for her many activities. For the past 10 years, Blanche has been the church's full-time secretary. "We're active because we want to be," she said. "Our members are like family."

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Once upon a time — a generation or two ago — pastors were men and their wives often were unpaid "assistant ministers" in tbe church. Times have changed. Nowadays, being tbe spouse of a pastor doesn't rule out a career or interests apart from tbe church. And with more women becoming ordained in some denominations, tbe pastor's spouse is a man. "I think probably tbe whole understanding of clergy and spouse has changed." said tbe Rev Kenneth Gniebel, pastor of tbe 400-member Geneva Presbyterian Church in Canton. In some cases, the spouse of tbe pastor is deeply involved in church projects. Others are less visible as they attend school, hold jobs and cope with family needs "It's just a way of life for me," said Blanche Halboth of Redford. "We're a church family." No wonder. Halboth's husband, Victor, has been pastor of the 2,000-member Grace Lutheran Church of Redford for 33 years. Victor's father served there before that.

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ALCOHOLISM WORKSHOP Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church, 14175 Farmington Road, Livonia, will boat an alcoholism April 24. Dorothy Miller, a specialist oo the topic, will be tbe speaker. For information, call 522-4830



CHANCEL CHOIR The Chancel Choir of St. Patil Presbyterian Church will present a concert at 7:30 pm. Friday, April 27, at the church, 27475 Five Mile, Livonia. Included in the evening's music

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DO-IT-YOURSELF St Edith Church will have master handyman Glenn Haege and master gardener Ernie Bedard at a ' 7:30 p.m. house and garden do-it-yourself program Thursday, April 24. There is no admission charge. Prizes will be given away. The church is at 15089 Newburgh, Livonia. •

LIFE CARE MIHISTRIES People who have a problerrj and need someone to talk to can call a Christian telephone listening service operated by Life Care Ministries. Tbe service is operated noon to 11 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Tbe phone number is 427-LIFE•

A.C.T.I.O.N. MINISTRIES A.C.T.I.O.N. Ministries is an auxiliary of Single Point Ministries, a

Single Adult Ministry of Ward Pres- Thursdays in Fellowship Hall and 1 byterian Church, 17000 Farmington - p.m. Fiidays in Room A-5. Ward Road, Livonia. Tbe group is open to Presbyterian Church is at 17000 all single adults. It provides educa- Farmington Road, at tbe corner of tional and support services to meet Six Mile. For information, call 534the needs of individuals during ca- 6383. reer transitions. The group meets at Alcoholics for Christ is a Christian 7 p.m. tbe second and fourth Mon- fellowship and support group for aldays of tbe month in tbe Lighthouse coholics, their families and conof Ward Church. For information, cerned people. call 422-1854. The group also meets at 7:30 p.m. Fridays at Detroit First Church of the Nazarene, 21260 Haggerty, north • HOMECOMING of Eight Mile, Farmington Hills; at Aldersgate United Methodist 7:30 p.m. Fridays at Westland Full Church is planning a homecoming Gospel Church, 34033 Palmer, WestSunday, May 6. Former members land; at 6 p.m. Tuesdays at Church of can call 937-3170 for information. God in Christ, 3844 Harrison, Inkster, at 7:30 p.m. Mondays at Fairhaven Assembly of God, 876 • ALCOHOLICS' SUPPORT Beech.Daly, Dearborn Heights; and GROUPS Alcoholics for Christ, Alcoholics at 7:30 p.m. Saturdays at Fair lane Alliance Church, 905 Mason, north o f for Christ Family Group and Adult Michigan Avenue, Dearborn. For inChildren of Alcoholics meet weekly at Ward Presbyterian Church in formation. call 399-9955 between 9 a.m. and 1 p . m weekdays. Livonia. Groups meet at 7:30 p.m.

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Photography experts will be sponsoring group tours through Scotland this summer. Photo enthusiasts are welcome to of Lewis where they will spend two join the group June 24-July 7 and days taking shots among tbe 3,000capture shots in the Western High- year-old Standing Stooes of Callanlands of Scotland. Tbe group will be- ish, which is considered to be the gin tbe excursioo In Girvan, Scot- finest stone circle in Scotland. land, a fishing village and photoBack to the mainland, the group graph several castles and an abbey will take a scenic route to Inverness ruin. A visit to the Robert Burns and spend a free day to sightsee, Center will also be made while in shop and relax. After two days in the Girvan area where photogra- Inverness, they will head south phers can shoot the bridge over tbe down tbe coastline of Loch Ness, River Doon (tbe Brigadoon of keeping an eye out for Nessie. Lerner and Lowe fame.) The photo tour is 91.950 and inThe trip includes a drive through^.-xlndes round-trip airfare, all transthe valley of Glencoe where ooe porta Lion within Scotland, 12 nights night, while tbey slept, the Mac- accommodations at bed and breakDonald clan was murdered by their fast establishments, all breakfast guests, tbe Campbells. The next stop and dinners and admission into hisis in F t William, the gateway to tbe torical sites. Western Highlands and in the mornThe trip also includes instruction ing the group will then head for the by photography experts such as Isle of Skye. Nancy Goff of Ann Arbor and Two days will be spent photo- Cheryl Hogue of Saline. For more information and resergraphing Skye, tbe rugged island, home of tbe Clan MacCleod. A ferry vations for the trip, call (313)9731251 or (313)429-0594. will then take the group to the Isle

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The holy path to Mecca Tbe first time I saw the sign it was inside a bureau drawer in tbe Rasa Sayang Hotel, one of several beautiful high-rise beach hotels in Penang. Peoang is an island connected by bridge and ferry to the northwest coast of Malaysia, on tbe southernmost peninsula of southeast Asia. Tbe sign was ooe word: KIBLAT. It was printed inside the outline of an arrow that pointed towards tbe rear corner of the drawer. Malayia 1« a Muslim montry, hwt ha« la? minorities of many religious persuasions, so we had been taking our shoes off all day: to enter the state mosque, to climb the hill to tbe Pagoda of Ten Thousand Buddhas, to creep into the Snake Temple and to admire the 100-foot-long Reclining Buddha. Tbe secood time I saw the sign was on the ceiling of oar room in the Perdana Hotel in Kota Bahru, -across the peninsula oo the South China Sea. We had photographed Malay fishermen pulling colorful boats through the surf oo to a wide sand beach, watched the top spinners, the drummers and the K elan tan dancers, before falling into bed, so I didn't actually see tbe sign until I was flat on my back, ready to turn out tbe light. THE SAME word: KIBLAT. Tbe same boxed arrow. Only this time it was on the ceiling of our hotel room, pointing toward the corner. "It must be something to do with electricity or fire escapes," I said. Malaysia is a small country, but we spent a lot of time traveling from one place to another aboard Malaysian Air Lines^so tbe mystery wasn't solved until we reached the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. Our guide, Anuar Haji Abdul Hamid, took us for a walking tour around the minarets and domes of Masjid Jame, tbe public mosque, built on tbe very spot where Kuala Lumpur was founded centuries ago at tbe junction of tbe Klang and Gombak rivers. "Why are the men stretched out all over the floor?" somebody asked. "They look like they're napping." "Muslims must pray five times a day," Anuar said. "Today is Sunday, these men don't have to work and they are waiting for tbe next prayer." "Do they pray facing to the east?" "Tbey face the holy city of Mecca," Anuar said. — T h e question kept nagging ctTH graphed the mosque, the old colonial buildings of Kuala Lumpur, the war memorial high above tbe Lake Gardens. How does a devout Mmiim know the direction of Mecca when he travels? It was a rhetorical question, long forgotten by the time we checked into the Hyatt Saujana Hotel and Country Club, eager to leap into the swimming pool. I pulled a stack of clothes out of my aaltcaee, opened a bureau drawer and there it waa: KIBLAT. And an arrow pointing nowhere. By that time I had bought a Malay-English dictionary. I dug it out of the bottom of my carry-on luggage and flipped through to tbe letter "K." "Kiblat. Here it is," I said. "You're not going to believe this!" "What does it mean," Micky asked. "It means 'the direction of Mecca.'" He looked puzzled, but any devout Mwiim would know exactly what it meant when be prepared for prayer at 6 a.m„ at 1:30 p.m and 4:30 p.m., at sunset and at 8:30 p.m. It ia how you know the direction of Mecca when you travel in Malaysia.

T H E BIG, SMALL TOWN THE RIVER By Carolyn DoMsrco staff writer Welcome to SL Louis, Mo. — a big. small town Or maybe i f s a small, big town, pressed up tight against the Mississippi River, halfway between Canada and the Gulf of Mexico and proudly referred to as the. "gateway to tbe west" It's also the location of the world's largest brewery, site of tbe 1904 World's Fair, birthplace of sliced bread, borne of the National Bowling Hall of Fame and tbe eastern border for all radio stations that start with K. We took our trip during the midwinter season which offers cheap travel rates and a break from tbe hustle and bustle of tourist season. However, most river boats and outdoor tourist sites are closed for tbe winter. Most Mississippi sidewbeeler excursion boats run between May and October as well as the Six Flags Over Mid-America amusement park. If you go this summer check them out and don't forget St Louis Cardinals baseball — the heart of S t Louis tourism. HOTELS ARE plentiful in S t Louis. The Hotel Majestic, a historic pearl of a hotel, is $180 a night for two persons, according to the AAA Tourbook, 3100 a night per a long-distance inquiry, and only 305 per night when you actually confront the desk clerk. Other hotels have similarly discounted for the quiet times. A trip to St Louis is not a trip to S t Louis without a visit to tbe famous Gateway Arch, this country's tallest monument and one of its most- visited sites since it was built in 1905. It's all part of Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, a national park commemorating S t Louis as tbe Gateway to the West For $2.50 (3.50 for kids) you can travel to tbe top of the arch. Allow ooe hour for the wait and the ride. While you're Museum on the site and learn more about the trend that Lewis and Clark started and nouveau Calif ornians continue. While down by the riverside, you can stroll the cobblestone levee (per Webster, an enbankment to prevent a river from flooding bordering land). Many excursion boats double as restaurants — inohxting a floating McDonald's! IN 1704, a French fur trapper, Pierre Laclede, established a trading post on this western bank of the Mississippi. Today it's a tourist attraction — restaurants and shops. Among tbem are Gibbol's Novelties and Costumes, a fun shop with adult novelties, stage makeup and magir tricks; Missouri Peddlers, a showcase for Missouri crsfters with quilts, toys and folk art; and Swias Village Book Store Antique Annex, a browser's dream of old and rare books and artifacts. After dark tbe parking lots fill with funseekers there for the good music and fun times and the streets fill with strollers and horse-drawn carriages. Young locals consider Muddy Waters the most popular nightspot Hannegan's Pub features jazz. Tbe Blarney Stone houses a dinner theater. JUST ACROSS town at Market and 18th is a spectacu-

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T h e Old C o u r t h o u s e (1839) in front of t h e Gateway Arch ia a p e a c e f u l spot for relaxing in d o w n t o w n St. Louie. lar tourist attraction and prominent landmark. Union Station. In its beydey, tbe mammoth station was the largthc world with more sengers through each day.' Shops In the station include all tbe upscale regulars you've come to know and love — Eddie Bauer, Crabtree and Evelyn, Banana Republic, and some interesting independents as well They include the Great Train Store, which sells O, N and H gauge to kids wbo never grow up ss well as whistles, cassettes, books and mags for train lovers. Near it is America's National Parks, a store devoted to books about U.S. national parks, history and ecological topics; Joy of Ireland, all the obvious Hibernian imports like woolens, Irish oatmeal and heraldic keychains and posters; a computer genealogy kiosk, and Top It Off, a small hat store. GO TO THE HOME of the world's largest brewery and not visit? No chance. Tbe tour takes you outside through blocks and blocks of Anheuser-Busch property tnciwHing the famous Clydesdales' stable, packaging plant and the ever-popular hospitality center. A large gift shop caters to logo lovers of Bodweiser and Michelob brews. Beer lovers are often baseball lovers as well If you fit into the category, not far from the btewety is Busch Stadium, home to the (St Louis) Sports Hall of Fame. Stan is still The Man here, 40 years later Musis I Is immortalized with a statue outside, and a near—shrine inside You can also follow the careers of baseball greats Lou Brock, Kan

Boyer, Dizzy Dean and Red Schoendienst AH other sports take a back seat National Bowling Hall of Fame, depicting the history and heroes of the game, an old-fashioned bowling alley and other exhibits. Ho hum. INSTITUTIONS on the grounds of the 1,400 acres of Forest Park Include the S t Louis Art Museum, S t Louis Zoological Park, St Louis Science Center and the Jefferson Memorial, which chronicles St Louis history. The art museum is the successor to the oldest art museum west of tbe Mississippi and ranked as one of the top 10 in the United States. Admission is free. There is an admission charge to the strikingly modern science center — the combined McDonnel Planetarium, Museum of Science and Natural History and tbe Medical Museum Tbe Discovery Room allows children the opportunity to see, feel and touch. Monsanto Science Center provides 34 larger-than-life exhibits in an outdoor setting. Tbe Missouri Botanical Garden is the oldest botanical garden in the United States, conceived in the 1850s by Henry Shaw, and still referred to by St I ^uisans as Shaw's Garden. The 79-acre garden is built around Shaw's country home. Tower Grove House, which can be toured.

Festivals: from tulips to trout By Iriei contributing travel editor The Michigan festival season will be launched In a burst of color when the annual tulip festival takas place Msy 14-19 ia Holland. TULIP TIME "00 celebrates the Dutch heritage of this western Michigan city, where millions of tulips bloom every The festival includes 1,400 costumed Ktempen dancers, eight miles of tulip lanss and a full i ate of Land-iah attractions You caa beat ths by atUinWiH some of ths events, which start with a cabaret called The All Night Strut May 9 and free performances la Centennial Park May 10. The traditional Tulip Time Market opens May 11. This warm-up Is deeigaod to attract visitors a weak ahsad of ths

SHOWS INCLUDE the Llvtaw End Singers, 110 teens singing Christian music in a multi-image stage; the Annual Band Review, the Tulip Time Salute; a vaudeville show g ^ t e d ^ o w s t o p ^ t h e S t a r s of rede; folk music; Victor Herberts T h e Red Mill"; Netherland folk dancae; and a patriotic show called America Stags. Year-round Holland attractions will be opsa aad b a a y d a r i * ths festival, including the Windmill Island attraction* They include De Swaan, the only windmills, a Dutch merry-gocalled ths draaimoten, and pfctureuqos Dutch attracttena ths tulips of Windmill IsMunidpal Park In

e HERE IS A LIST of othsr Michigan events to be celebrated through May: Two maple syrup festivals will be this wssfcmd la Shepherd April 1739, and Vermontvilte April 38-39. M a d v o o a festivals also flourish ia May: InMssick Msy 4-0; and the National Mushroom-Hun tin onships In Boyne City May 13-13. The Highland Festival will bring ths dans togsthw with a wail-of bagpipes May 30-37, but not all Michigan festivals are that weO There 11 be a Uve rta and crafts at the Festival May 1-0 in Bed Aad s Pssty Bake In S t lfsnce May 37. where they'll try to bake ths world's largest pwty^for ths Culm isi Beak of

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By R J . King Special writer With dramatic social and political chances sweeping eastern Europe, the mood of corporate America is anything but lethargic. General Motors, McDonald's and ^evi Strauss recently have set up businesses behind tbe Iroo Curtain, and tbe stream of larger American • m B n g joint ventures is accelerating daily But for smaller area companies such as Concept Analysis Corp. in Plymouth and the Air Gage Co. in Uvonia, getting into foreign markets is proving to be risky as well as enticing. "We were the ultimate neophytes," said Dave Rourk, a research engineer for Concept Analysis, which designs and tests reinforced composites and plastics for use on everything from satellite antennas to patio furniture. "We wanted to expand into Hungary, and we gave serious thought to sending a sales team over. But we didn't know where to go or who to see. Yet we knew if we could sell one contract for 920,000 it would pay for the whole trip and we could build from there." AND THEREIN lies the risk. Whether to take a gamble and get a jump oo the competition or play it safe and wonder what might have been. So where to turn for insight? r . "That's where we come In," said John Chichester, director of tbe Community Export Alliance Office at Schoolcraft College ia Uvonia, which assists and evaluates area companies with exporting questions at no charge. "We give companies straight talk about whether to export or not, and when we're finished, they haven't spent one dollar, they haven't gotten lost and tbey have an idea of where they stand." Through a $20,000 grant from the Michigan Department of Commerce

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UP AND RUNNING since March, Chichester said CORE prepares companies in northwestern Wayne and Oakland counties for the stiff competition ahead, not only in the Eastern Bloc but against a unified Europe in 1992, Canada and the Japanese-dominated Pacific Rim. "I think the Pacific Rim offers great growth potential. Canada is very attractive. But nine out of the 10 calls we get are interested in tbe European Community," Chichester said. "I suppose that makes sense given the fact most companies who call u^ are industrial-service firms and automotive suppliers. Everyone wants to rebuild the second Europe, but companies shouldn't forget about Latin and South America, which is a huge marketplace." Even for companies already established on foreign soils, Chichester said tbe Community Export Alliance Office could offer guidance with expansion plans or access different markets in the same country. For instance, Dave Joslyn, executive vice president of Air Gage, which employs just under 300 people Please turn to Page 2

Bank's value not reflected by stock price — chairman has been indicted." he Mid. In the first quarter of 1990, Standard Fed's net income dropped 24 Despite shareholder complaints percent- from 42 cents ($12.9 milabout the skidding stock price, a Lion) to 32 cents ($9.7 million). two-year decline in earnings and a But he said four cents of that drop "Taj Mahal" of a new headquarters was due to a single factor — the fedin Troy, the chairman of Standard eral Financial Institutions Reform, Federal Bank sees "better days Recovery and Enforcement Act ahead." which took effect last fall. Thomas W. Ricketts said core FIRREA means higher premiums earnings — mortgage loans, con- oo deposits, higher examination sumer banking and credit cards — costs and a lower dividend oo Stanplus tight management make his thrift institution one of the best in dard Fed's Federal Home Loan Bank investments. the state and the nation. "It's costing us 10 cents (per share ' Ricketts called tbe recent $7.50 stock price "goofy," adding that the annually) to bail out those bums in 11*-branch bank In Michigan and In- Texas, although we had nothing to do diana is on the federal list of ap- with i t " Ricketts said. Here are other shareholder quesproved buyers of troubled thrifts. A * • - - - - „l„ a l L. ^ — L P-J tions and Ricketts' iui uici TTTuiuai uariK, autnuaru rrueral converted to stock at about $10 Q. Why are yos "so glowingly optithree years ago and has been priced mistic In s company that seems to be as high aa $12.50 oo tha market slkUag o f r ? Net lacoaM fell frem TERRIBLE PUBLICITY" has $07.4 million In 1937 to 383J million been partly to blame, Ricketts told In '88 to $45.7 million Inst year. the annual meeting Tuesday, citing A. Look at the middle lines and nothe failure of thrifts la Texas and bad commercial reel estate invest- tice there are no flash In tbe pan earnings from sale of assets. For exments by New England thrifts. . "The thrifts in Michigan have net ample, gains on sales of originated Nobody in Michigan loans dropped from $8.8 million to staff writer

II 1 million to >410.000 in those years. "We've been trying to build core earnings. We have a marvelous branch network. We dominate tbe home lending field. We have no troubled loans," setting another state mortgage lending record. Q. What is tbe cost of this Taj Mahal of a new bnilding? A. $95 million for the land and building at 3800 W. Big Beaver Road, and it could be sold at a gain but won't be. SF has its operations and headquarters in a single building, in contrast to Comerica, First Federal and NBD, which have separate operations buildings. "We're in the golden corridor, near Somerset Mall, K mart and VW. We have w r country club memberships, no chauffeurs." Besides being efficient to heat cool and light the "no nonsense, state-of-the-art" building helps attract employees. Q. Are yoe planning any mere acquisitions and mergers after the 1989 acquisitions In Kalamazoo and Monroe? Please turn to Page 2

Dates set for 1991 auto show The North American Auto Show, which drew soms 888,888 spectators dpriag a siae isy run this year at lhe Cobo Exhibition and Convention Center, will begin one weak later next year to better accommodate the foraian media Ci Next year's show will run Jan. 1238. Public viewing started Jaa. 8 this "Puttta* the show on so does to New Year's ths first two years has affected tha ability of European and ; to cover the; co-chairman of the* •• TMa extra weak win to comfortably cover our Aew while "We had 183

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anything at the show," said Daniel Hayes, executive director of the Detroit Auto Dealers Association, sponsor of the show. "It wouSd appear that the UAW will be well ad at the show next year. Show organisers will the next few months to come up with fresh Ideas to keep the show's momentum going. "We're still working on some new things. They're not solidified yet," Hayes said A decision hasn't yet on ticket prices for 1991. this year was 38, with 13 accompanied by adulta and people at least 85 years of age admitted "It's s relatively Inexpensive public show," Hayes said. "We d like to bold the line."

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who's been there and wants to go back." — AS FOR ISRAEL, Joslyn said he would consult with tbe Community Export Alliance Office and have a CORE evaluation made to assess the feasibility of expanding into, or selling products directly, to that country. In addition to the Export Office, the Business Development Crater at Schoolcraft assists area companies with . procuring government contracts, developing management and training programs #ik> assistance in receiving funding fentraining employees. For more information, call 462-

Chairman optimistic Continued from Page 1 A. "We're a mid western company." based in Michlsan and Indiana. Possibly Illinois and Ohio thrifts will be acqtaed "but not Arkansas or Texas or Florida." The credit card business will be housed in the Troy headquarters, not In a state where the usury interest rate limit is higher. Q. Your ownership of stock Is less

than 59 percent of your earnings ef 1600,900. A new member ef (he board owns 199 shares, less than S percent of a director's A. "Every penny I have in this world (other than home) is in Standard Federal Stock and CDs. I own no other stock." Historically, SF has paid low executive salaries. "We do not nominate directors on the basis of the amount of stock they buy," but for their services.

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Geroge ML Gurgauiaa, representative in the Garden City office of American General Life and'Accident Insurance Co., retired after a 33year career. Burganian began working for the company in September 19S7 as an agent at the Detroit West Central district office. He was promoted to sales manager in 1M1. Later that year, he transferred as sales manager to tbe new Detroit Central office. In 1977 be was named field training supervisor, then made district manager at the Cleveland North office and then an account representative. He was made district manager at the Flint Central office in 1978, transferring in that position to Redford in 1934. He returned to an agency there in 19M, promoting to sales manager at Graden City in 1987. Gurganian returned to an agency in that office last year. During his career be qualified to attend 17 of tbe company's annual national leaders conference, twice as a member of tbe President's Council, which is made up of tbe company's top producer. Dona R. Wilmot was named technical sales manager at AE Piston Ftojlhcli Inc. in Plymouth. Before joihiag AE Piston Products, Wilmot Was a sales engineer with Farnam TeaTTsg SyStams, a division of Colt Industries in Troy. He also spend more than, seven years as senior project engineer with Detroit Diesel Wilmot is a graduate of Iowa Oorp. W State University in Ames, Iowa, and the University of Michigan. Robert L. Bochenek of Livonia was named director of operations

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Gurganian Wilmot analysis with Lear Siegler Seating Corp in Southfield. Bochenek, who has been with the company since 1984, had been an accounting executive. He is a graduate of Wayune State University and Henry Ford Community College. He had also served as finance director of Lear's Fentpn and Romulus plants. Bochenek participated in 10 new plant start-ups. Jennifer R. Stansberry of Livonia was promoted from senior account executive to director of public relations services at tbe Bo-line Group Inc. in Birmingham. Stansberry joined tbe agency in December 1986. Sbe had been associate editor of the Tri-County News in Fen ton, Mich. A graduate of Michigan State University, sbe is a member of the Public Relations Society of America. Thomas Hitz of Livonia was promoted to vice president of tbe health/research group at Barton Malow Co. in Southfield. Hitz has more than 10 years of experience in tbe industry. He received a bachelor of science degree in Civil Engineering from Lawrence Technological University.

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Daa Williams of Livonia was appointed general assignment reporter for WKBD-TV's "Ten O'Clock News.'* Williams has been a freelance reporter for the station since June 1989. Before joining WKBD, Williams was a consumer reporter for WJBK in Detroit for more than four years.

Elise Benedict, owner of University Moving and Storage in Livonia; will participate in the President's Forum of NorthAmerican Van Lines Inc. Please submit black-and-white photographs, if possible, for inclusion in the business people col* umn. While we value the receipt of photographs, we are unable to use every photograph submitted. If you want your photograph re* turned, please enclose a self-ad, dressed, stamped envelope. Indicate in a margin on the front of the photograph that you want it returned. We will do our best to comply with your request. Send information to: Business Editor, 36251 Schoolcraft, Livonia 48150. Please include city of residence and a daytime telephone number where information can be verified.

The following local sales associates recently were made members of the Better Homes and Gardens Medallion Club. Sales associates from the Livonia office were Don Karnes, Linda Brtocat, Scots Casey, Bill Harrison, Kathi Lee Kobylarz, Faith McOormick, Fern McCortnick. Carol Martha, Ken Ray and Masrees Troost From the Plymouth office were Yvonne Teeveus, Barbara Crowley, Lynn DeJohn, Ruth Devine, Shari Johnston, Leon Kelly, Chris Kaight, See LeBlaac, Patsy Rollins, Judy Rumpel and Patricia Zubatch.

: tenninofoer sad principles wfll be discussed. • Additional information about Great Plains Software Co. wfll be presented. • Additional information about Accountasystems will be presented. WHO we are and WHAT we do. r you have experience or no experience with software or even ifjrou doot own a computer, this seminar can be of value to jou The seminar win be at the Uvonia Public Library (Civic Center Branch) In the Jenkfet Conference Boom on the third floor.

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PUBLIC SPEAKING Thursday, April 26 — Toastmasters Speecbcraft seminar begins at 6:30 pjn. in Denny's banquet room, 7725 N. Wayne Road, Westland. Information: Phyllis K Sullivan, 4551635. Sponsor Holy Smoke Masters Toastmasters Gub. •

ROBOTICS C O N T E S T Sunday, April 29 - Tbe Society of Manufacturing Engineers will host Its fourth annual Student Robotics Contest at Henry Ford Museum In Greenfield Village in Dearborn. It's the largest such contest in North America. Competition will be in five classifications and will be open to students at levels ranging from those In middle school to technical institute and

college graduate studies. The contest is designed to complement classroom instruction by giving students the chance to apply _ classroom knowledge in problem-solving situations. Each competition tests students in a particular area of robotics and automation. Last May's competition attracted teams from 26 schools in 10 states. • MANUFACTURING CONFERENCE Tuesday-Thursday, May 1-3 Manufacturing conference in Cobo Conference/Exposition Center in Detroit Information: Patrick Cantini, 271-1500 E x t 356. Sponsor Society of Manufacturing Engineers. • MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS Wednesday, May 2 — Society of Manufacturing Engineers sponsors annual "Maxwell Event" In Detroit Information: Helmut Lint 352-3742. • COMMUNICATION TRAINING Thursday, May 3 — International Training in Communication club

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PUBLIC SPEAKING Thursday, May 3 — Toastmasters Speecbcraft seminar begins at 6:30 p.m. in Denny's banquet room, 7725 N. Wayne Road, Westland. Information: Phyllis K. Sullivan, 455-1635* Sponsor: Holy Smoke Masters Toastmaster Club. • HEALTHCARE CONFERENCE Friday, May 4 — Health care conference 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Deafborn Inn. Fee: $90 for eight hours of continuing professional education credit. Information: 955-2298. Sponsor Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants. •

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daughter of Dr. Vince and Mary Louise Greeson of Bloomfield Hills, decided to get married. Wilson soon found himself working as an agent for William Morris. In the 1980s, be moved to California to work for the company. Thai he worked for Creative Artists, where be met Marcy Carsey, an executive producer on "Roseanne" and "The Cosby Show." "I ran creative affairs for Marcy Carsey for like three years," be said. "When you're writing creative affairs, you're not writing, but what you're doing is meeting with writers, you're getting scripts in and you're evaluating them. "Everything I know about halfhour I learned from Marcy Carsey." Carsey and Wilson did work on some scripts together, such as tbe pilot for tbe 1981-84 series "Oh, Madeline," which featured Madeline Kahn and James Sloyan. WILSON REALLY started to write for himself when he and Brooke got together again about two years ago. Tbey had divorced after a few years of marriage. "Tbe weirdest thing that happened in my life was when Brooke and I got back together. When we started living together. Brooke really encouraged me to write. I mean, I really have to give ber most of tbe credit for all ber support and encouragement with me." They now have a IS-month-old son. Perry. In June, Wilson's writing-producing contract expires with Grant/Tribune Productions, one of two companies that produces "Sydney." His options, be said, are to renew with Bad Grant or got to another company. But, be added, "who knows what's going to happen."

"SYDNEY" IS officially Wilson's first writing job. He did get some journalism experience at Groves High School, however, and he did study rengii«h and film at the University of Michigan, where he received a bachelor of a r t s degree in 1975. After college, be abd his girlfriend moved to New York. Wilson held a variety of jobs till his father helped him get work in tbe mailrootn of tbe William Moris Agency. In New York, he and Brooke, the

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BIRMINGHAM THEATRE Adrian Zmed will star as Jesus in the Birmingham Theatre production o(.tbe Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice musical "Jesus Christ Superstar," opening Wednesday, May 16, ftfr a five-week run through Sunday, June 17. Zmed is best known for his TV series " T J . Hooker" and as host ol TV's "Dance Fever." For ticket information call the box office at 6jl4-3533. i• • e CHILDREN'S CONCERT /The Creative Center for Young Children will sponsor a children's concert, 10-11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 28. Children's entertainer Maureen Schiffman will perform with music, movement and puppetry. The concert is open to children 2 years I and up, accompanied by an adult, is $3 per child. Tickets are mailable at tbe door. For more inition, call 348-3820.

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ODD C O U P L E ' The female version of "The Odd Couple" by Neil Simon opens Friday, April 27, at the Farmington Players Barn in Farmington Hills. Performances run through Saturday, May 19. For tickets at $6 call the box office at 538-1670. e

RHYTHM NATION Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation World Tour 1990 returns to Detroit to play the Palace at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7. Opening the show will be Chuckii Booker. Tickets at $22.75 reserved are oo sale at tbe Palace bex office and all Ticketmaster outlets.

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Cranbrook P.M. will present a program of music which runs the gamut of emotions from jazz and blues to gospel. The George Benson Quartet returns to tbe Salon Series, joined by vocalist Sandy Patton on Friday evening, April 27, at Cranbrook House in Bloomfield Hills. A light supper will be served, followed by tbe performance in the Craabrook House Library. For further information and reservations, can Cranbrook P.M. at 645-3635. e PAINT CREEK Singer/songwriter Robin Lee Berry appears at 7:30 pjn. Friday, April 27, in tbe main gallery at the Paint Creek Center for the Arts in Rochester. Berry will perform jazz, folk, blues, country and rock. Much of tbe music sbe sings is original, and many of her songs address enviornmental concerns. For ticket information, call 651-4110

e JOINT FUND-RAISER "All That I Am," a one-women play performed by Roberta Noblemand and written by Sister Irene Maboney, will be presented as a joint fund-raiser for WSR and Womancenter at 7:30 p . m Tuesday, May 1, at Oakland Community College's Orchard Ridge Campos, Farmington Hills. Tickets are $10 for individuals and $8 for students. For reservations call 722-5485. e NEW SHOW Tbe international cast of Up With People brings its new show "Face to Face" to Athens High School in Troy at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 2. Tbe two-hour musical extravaganza, featuring a cast of 150 young people from around the world, is sponsored by Troy Town Hall Celebrity Lecture Series. Tickets at $8.50 for adults and $7.5* for students/senior citizens are oo sale at NUes Continu-

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tion tapes are being accepted until Tuesday, May I. The quarter-final rounds wUl begin>• Wednewlay, Aug. 29, at the Smith Theatre at Oakland Community College, Orchard Ridge Campus, Farmington Hill*. Applies tion forms are available at WJR, Detroit-area Dodge dealers or by calling 873-9780. • MUSIC FESTIVAL Radio station WDET will hold its Uth annual Musk Festival on Sunday, June 3, at the Meadow Brook

Music Festival site on the Oakland University campus in Rochester Hills. Music and otter entertainment will be presented at three different performance areas. Headlining this year's event oo tbe Mainstage are Leon Russell, Buddy Guy, and Bela Fleck and the Fleckstones. The Traditional Music Tent and the Children's Area will feature folk, blues and bluegrass music, as well as storytelling and dancing. Scheduled to appear are Sally Rogers, Secood Opinion, Tzimmis, Memphis Ex-

press, New Old Stock and the Crosstown doggers, Michelle Mckinney and Betsy Clinton. The Ann Arbor Morris Dance Team will perform English folk dances oo the lawn. Volunteers wul be oo hand to do children's face-painting Tickets are $13, or |18 at the gate, children 12 and under will be admitted free. Tickets are available at all Ticketmaster outlets; Sam's Jams, Ferndale and Livonia, and at ScbooUads' Records, Ann Arbor. To charge tickets by phone, call 845-6668. Gates will open

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1990 PRODUCTION The Redford Suburban League Theatre Guild's 1990 production of "Almost Phantom of the Opera" will be presented at 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday, April 27-28, and 7 p.m. Sunday, April 29, at Thurston High School Auditorium in-Redford. For ticket information call 538-0840 or 9378599.

D r a m a looks at c o m p u l s i o n s Performances of "Serenading Louie" continue through Saturday, April 28, at the Smith Theatre cm the Orchard Ridge Campus of Oakland Community College rn Farmington Hills. For ticket information call 471-7700. By Richard Marsh special writer

Show extended The Peanut ButttorPlayer* h a s e x t e n d e d p e r f o r m a n c e s of the musical "How t o Eat Like a Child (and Other L e s s o n s in Not Being Grown U p ) " at t h e Players Club in Detroit. Additional s h o w s will h e p r e s e n t e d Saturday, May 12, a n d Sunday, May 20. For ticket information, call 559-6-PBP. In the show a r e Sutton Foster of Troy (back row, toft), Ian Kesler of Birmingham a n d Mark Teich of Livonia; Courtney Belt of Lathrup Village (front row, left), David Burka of Canton and Kim Ramsey of St. Clair S h o r e s .

Everyone is compulsive in ooe way or another. It just depends on the degree, as to how dangerous it is. This is the basis for ''Serenading Louie" at the Smith Theater. The play is more of a character study than story. It focuses oo two couples who have been longtime friends, and each of them has a compulsion of ooe kind or another. Alex, whose only true interest is in himself and his ambitions for the future, is played intensely by Jim Cook While Alex is a tense character, Cook, who doubles as tbe show's director, makes him seem like he could go over the edge at any moment. Alex's wife, Gabby, only wants a borne and family, something Alex really does not have any interest in. Carrie Bickner as Gabby is probably the most convincing of the foursome in the show. Bickner's emotions really make the audience feel for her character and ber character's dilemmas. Gab-

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Carl's wife, Mary, is mainly interested in biting a nice home, a nice daughter, a nice cyeer and a good time. Carl Just happens to be the only way she can maintain her lifestyle. As far as the good time goes, she has no shame in getting it any way she can, including having an affair with her husband's accountant. Lori Lipten is somewhat bland as Mary. While the character of Mary is not exactly exciting. Lipten does little to add much feeling to the role. Despite the few shortcomings of the cast, the performers are still suc-

THE MAIN PROBLEM of Carl, Alex's next-door-neighbor, is that he is food of liquor and drinks to excess as often as is convenient Keith Chimiel, wbo plays Carl, seems uncertain as to bow he wants to play tbe role. when Carl has a distinct accent, of their characters and in delivering while at other times, be speaks with the play's message to tbe audience. DO accent. Chimiel's display of emoThe stage features a simple space tion is similarly variable. set. The couple's homes are on oppo-

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St Mary Hospital also celebrates its 30th year of service to Livonia and surrounding communities. AMONG EMPLOYEES honored for 30 years service will be: Modesta, Sister Mary Edward, Sister Mary Frederick, Sister Mary Irma; Christine Meunier, a registered nurse, of Westland and Rene Nassar, a registered nurse, of Livonia. Zofia Sordyl will be honored for 25 years employment Those receiving awards for 20 years employment will be: Sister Mary Klaud^ana, Dennis Bielecki, Ethel Brantley, Cecilia Butts, Patricia Carrel, Betty Feehan, Louise George, Rose Marie Graff, Ursula Grecki, Geraldine Heintz, Valda McFarling, Lois Miles, Barbara

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Adult trips French Canada Teeeday-Monday, May 8-14 City of Plymouth Parks and Recreation Department will offer a trip to Canada, $619. Call 455-6620.

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WASHINGTON - Here's how area members of Congress were recorded on major roll call votes in the week ending April 20. I HOUSE: PRICE-FIXING ISSUE - By a vote of 235 for and 157 against, the House sent to tbe Senate a bill to help plaintiffs win lawsuits against vertical price-fixing, which occurs when manufacturers seek to enforce a minimum product price. The bill (HR 1236) eases Supreme Court-set standards of evidence that make it easy for judges to dismiss such suits. It gives plaintiffs a better chance of advancing their case to a jury. Tbe bill is backed by discounters such as Burlington Coat Factory and K mart and opposed by business groups such as the Chamber of Commerce and National Association of Manufacturers, according to floor debate. Members voting yes supported the bill. Local congressman voting yes were: Dennis Hertel, D-Harper Woods; William Ford, D-Taylor; and Sander Levin, D-Southfield. Voting no were: Carl Pursell, RPlymouth; and William Broomfield, R-Birmingham. '

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STANDARDS OF EVIDENCE By a vote of 192 for and 204 against, tbe House rejected an amendment to HR 1236 (above) toughening the standards of evidence in verical price-fixing cases. This retained tbe bill's objective of making it easier for plaintiffs to avoid dismissal by a judge, and gain a jury trial, of their suits accusing manufacturers and distributors of conspiring against (bem because of their low prices. Supporters said the amendment protect manufacturers who off discount dealers for reasons • than pricing policies. Foes said n ti-trust policy is best served wben 1 price-fixing cases are decided by juries. J Members voting yes wanted to ' i It easier for judges to dismiss price-fixing cases for lack /evidence. Yes votes were cast by: Pursell _J Broomfleld. Voting DO were: Hertel, Ford and SENATE: TARIFF ISSUE By a vote of 90 r and 3 against, the Senate agreed allow the president to suspend taron certain Imports If tbe product ncontroversial aad Congress has at least ooe year withoet acting a rtqiwt for Coo• M miiniaw «m1 bv the CoUStitato regulate foreign commerce critics say It too often Is unNMMive to US. or tariff snspensi< nent was attached to a trade bill HR ISM) that contained 194 refer daty ropwiom Tbe hill

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ANDOVER 1980, Sept 15, Pootiac. Info: (800) 397-6010. • 1970. Info: (S00) 397-0010.

DEARBORN LOWREY 1960, July 28. Info: Larry Krupa, 565-7893. _ • 1965, July 7. Info: Sharon, 9373156.

EDSEL FORD 1980, Aug. 10, Dearborn. Info: (800) 397-0010. • 1965, Aug. 4. Info: Robyn, 5611428.





DETROIT C A S S TECH 1964-1966, Oct 6, Warren. Info:

746-9643

EISENHOWER 1980, Nov. 23, Mt. Clemens. Info: 465-2277.

• 1980, Aug. 17-19.- Info: 4916985





ANNUNCIATION All c l a n reunion, Feb. 23, 1991. Info: Allaleta Demnoti-Polyzois, 8817352.

DETROIT CENTRAL 1940, Sept 15, Troy. Info. Elaine Kadashan, 355-1773, or Bill YoUes, 401 S. Woodward, Birmingham 48009. • 1959-60, Aug. 24-26. Info: 8621396. • 1980, Sept 1. Info: 773-8820.







DETROIT CHADSEY 1969, April 28. Info: 773-8820. • 1940, Sept 30. Info: Lucille, 843-0229.

AVONDALE 1980, 8:30 p.m. Aug. 11, Southfield. • Info: (800)397-0010 I • 1985, May 19. Info: Stacy Mooohan, 377-2988.

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DETROIT COOLEY 1955, May 19. Info: 773-8820. • 1940, Sept 14. Info: 773-8820. • 1950, Sept. 15, Troy. Info: 4652277. • January and June 1965, Nov. 23, Novi. Info: Lynn and Bob Rivers, 981-5185. • 1980, Sept 22. Info: 773-8820.

BERKLEY , All-school reunion, April 28, Royal Oak. Info: Barbara, 543-9367, or Sharon, 842-3229. •

BENEDICTINE 1970, Aug. 18. Info: 773-8820. • 1959-81, Sept 8. Info: Vince R o tole. 489-1239. • 1980, Aug. 25. Info: 773-8820. • 1965, Oct. 27. Info: 773-8820.



DETROIT DENBY 1970, Sept. 29, Fraser. Info: 4652277. • 1940. Info. 646-3318.

BIRMINGHAM 1955, Sept 28-30, Uvonia. Info: • Midge (Clark) Wilson, 626-0673 •

BIRMINGHAM BALDWIN 1950, June 2, Bloomfield Hills. Info: Phil Savage, 647-8094. • 1940, June 22, Birmingham. Info: Ross Fisher, 661-9211.

DETROIT FINNEY 1980, Oct 6. Info, 773-8820. • 1965, Oct 5. Info: 773-8820.

DETROIT HENRY FORD January, June and summer school 1970, Oct. 13, West Bloomfield. Info: Denise (DriesfGlinz, 356-6375. • 1980, June 15. Info: 773-8820. • BIRMINGHAM GROVES • 1975. Info: Send stamped, selfJ 1970, Aug. 24, Southfield. Info: addressed envelope to Henry Ford * 468-2277. Reunion, P.O. Box 681, Hamburg, • 1965, Aug. 4. Bloomfield Hills. Mich. 48139. Info: Bill Richards, 433-2362. • January and June 1971. Info: Gail, 453-0613. • BIRMINGHAM SEAHOLM ' • 1960-61, June 29. Info: Fred, 1965, July 21. Info: Jane Simmons, 464-3163. 642*2427. • 1970, June 29. Info: 773-8820. • DETROIT MACKENZIE • 1960, Sept 21. Info: 773-8820. 1949,1950 and 1951, July 21, Westland. Info: Mackenzie Reunion Com• BISHOP G ALLAGHER mittee, 24267 W. Seven Mile, Detroit 1980, Oct 13. Info: 773-8820. 48219. • January and June 1940, Sept • B L E S S E D SACRAMENT 28, Farmington Hills. Info: 348-0348. 1940, Detroit Info: Helen, 938• 1980, Aug. 24. Info: 773-8820. 1728. • DETROIT MARTIN LUTHER • BLOOMFILED HILLS KING 1965. Info: (800) 397-0010. 1970, Oct 20. Info: 773-8820.



• BLOOMFIELD HILLS LAHSER 1970. July 14, Bloomfield Hills. Info: (800) 397-0010.



DETROIT MUMFORD 1980, Aug. 4. Info: 773-8820. • 1954, 1955, 1956, Sept. 16. Info: 837-6133. • 1970, Nov. 24. Info: Cill, 2554254, or 20274 Chapel, Detroit 48219.



BOWLING GREEN Alumni golf outing, May 20, Troy. Info: Gerry, 641-1499.





BRABLE C 1970, Oct 13. Info: 773-8820.

DETROIT MURRAY WRIGHT 1980, Aug. 25. Info: 773-8820.

• DETROIT NORTHERN 1940, Oct 5. Info: 773-8820. BROTHER RICE/MARIAN • 1963,1964,1965,1966 and 1967, 1970, July 28, Troy. Info: (800) 397- Nov. 3. Info: 837-5880.

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CHIPPEWA VALLEY 1980, Oct 13, Mt. Clemens. Info: 465-2277.







CLARENCE VILLE 1960, Aug. 25, Farmington Hills. Info: Don Catlett, 477-7433. • 1970, Aug. 24, Livonia. Info: Dennis Cogo, 476-3921. •

DETROIT PERSHING 1960, Sept. 15. Info: Ulk) Greer, 244-1379. • All classes reunion and dinnerdance, Oct 6, Detroit Info: 689-5012. a 1955, March, 24, Info: Marie Simonte Canzoneri, 464-7043. • 1950, Nov. 10, Fraser. Info: Pauline, 651-5176.

CLAWSON 1868,6:30 pjn. June 30, Troy. Info: Cathy Weston, 641-9658.

• COMMERCE/EAST COMMERCE 1918-1966, April 28, Detroit Info: 963-4716 •

CRESTWOOD 1976, Sept 1, Dearborn. Info: (800) 897-0010.



DETROIT REDFORD January and Julie 1965, Aug. 11, Plymouth. Info: Kathie Zajic Shankie, 455-4145. • 1970, Oct 27, Novi Info: Laura Hendry Meyers, 887-0843. • 1971. Info: Lee A. Williams, 535-4886. • 1980, September. Info: Mr. Segal, 533-1900. • 1950, Sept 28. Info: 773-8820. • 1960, Sept 28. Info: 773-8820.



DEARBORN Janaary 1965, Aag 11, Dearborn. Info: Kathy (Bielski) Dace. 348-7188. • June 1968, Aag. 3, Dearborn. Info: Carol (WlaamaDer) Malewska, 168-6871. • 1940, Aag. 3. Info: 773-8820. • 1988, Oct 6, Dearborn Heights



DETROIT S O U T H E A S T E R N 1940, Aug 4, Bloomfield Hills. Info: Gerry Bohn Jaglois, 775-5435. • 1933-35, June 8, S t Clair Shores. Info: 882-2342 or Jane Amluxen. 1060 Whittier, Groaee Pointe 48230. • 1980, July 14. Info: 773-8820. • 1953, Sept 21. Info: 776-1361.

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• I — a r y aad Jane 1848, June 30. Iafo: Shirley Tynsr. 888-8774. • 1976, Jane 88. Iafo: (808) 387-

iMflk' • 1878, Jaly 28, Daarfeora. Iafo: Dominic Maltese Jr., 274-8888. • 1988, 6 4 6 p m Jaae 88, Dearborn Heights Iafo: (812) 887-8816. • 1884., Iafo: Diane (Stephens) FUder, 888-8224. • 1943. Aag. 3. Iafo: Joha L a w , 422-8816.



FERNDALE 1965 Aqg. 25, Southfield. Info: P.O. Box 291, Mt Clemens 48046, or 4652277. * a 1970, Aug. 18. Info: 773-8820. a 1980, Sept. 28, Warren. Info: 465-2277.

DETROIT S O U T H W E S T E R N 1946, July 6, Lincoln Park. Iafo: Lorraine Penny DUkiway, 427-3829. DETROIT ST. MARTIN 1946, Jane 21. Harper Woods. Info: 881-6135 •

DETROIT W E 8 T E R N January aad June 1886, Taylor. Info: 566-17M. • 1848, Oct 7. Info: 773-8820 •

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LIVONIA CHURCHILL 1980, 6:30 p.m. Aug. 25, Plymouth Radisson Hotel. Info: (800) 397-0010. •

LIVONIA FRANKLIN 1970, 6:30 p.m. Aug 3, Laurel Manor, Livonia. Info: (880) 397-0010. a 1975, June 9, Maybury State Park, Northville. Info: Jamie (LaVine) Poppenger, 476-6975, or Bev (Blankenship) Lyons, 360-1882. LIVONIA STEVENSON 1970. Info: Class Reunions, (800) 397-0010.



LIVONIA LADYWOOD „ j 1966. Info: Send name, address and telephone number to Toni (Maniaci) Knechtges, Dept. 2000, P.O. Box 39114, Redford 48239. •

UVONIA STEVENSON 1970, 7 p.m. Aug. 17, Holiday InnWest Uvonia. Info: (800) 397-0010.

FERNDALE LINCOLN January and June 1940, Sept 7-8. Info: Gwen Berger Straight, 1255 Wakefield, Birmingham 48009.

MERCY All alumnae reunion, 11:30 a.m. April 28, Mercy Center, Farmington Hills. Info: 476-8020. •



516TH SIGNAL C O . Members of the 516th Signal Co., 1953-55, June 8-10, Branson, Mo. Info: Edward Blinn, 526 Kirkby Road, Elmoot, N.Y. 11003, or (516) 358-7852. •

GARDEN CITY 1960, Sept 8, Westland. Info: 4211066 (days). a 1965. Info: Judy, 421-1811 (after 2 p.m.). * a 1970. Info: (800) 397-0010. a 1980, June. 15. Info: (800) 397-

MILFORD 1970, Aug. 4. Info: 773-8820 or P.O. Box 1171, Mt Clemens 48046.



MOTT 1980. Info: (800) 397-0010.



MOWHAWK-FULTON All class reunion, July 7, Allouez Township Park. Info: Mowhawk-Fulton Reunion, P.O. Box 297, Mowhawk, Mich. 49950, or Carol (Winquist) Patrick, (906) 337-2642, or Jane (Luokkanen) Bjorn, (906) 3370580.

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GARDEN CITY E A S T 1970, Sept. 14-16. Info: Sylia or Ken Hinzman, 525-3732, or Diane (Howe) Green well, 464-1659. •

GARDEN CITY W E S T 1980, 6:30 p.m. J u n e 15, Hawthorne Valley, Westland. Info: (800) 397-0010. • GEORGE FORD ELEMENTARY 1960, May 5. Info: Ray Fray, 2719205 (before April 7) •

G R O S S E POINTE 1959. Info: Tom Teetaert, 3432205. a January and June 1940, Sept 8, Lochmoor Club. Info: 823-2293, or 819 Park Lane, Grosse Pointe Park 48230.



G R O S S E POINTE S O U T H 1970, Aug. 4, Grosse Pointe War Memorial. Info: Jim Bayes, 8846461, or Carol (Anderson) Wagner, 737-2819. HAMTRAMCK February and June 1940, May 27, K of C Hall, Edwin and Conant, Hamtramck. Info: Walter Marfee, 264-4236, or Tom Yagieca, 852-1358.



MOUNT C L E M E N S 1969, July 21. Info: 773-8820 or P.O. Box 1171, Mt Clemens 48046. NEW HAVEN Annual alumni banquet, July 28, VFW Hall. New Baltimore. Classes of 1940 and 1965 will be honored. Info: Mary Jenks, 749-3572, or MerleneThompson, 949-3469. •

NORTH FARMINGTON 1970, July 20, Holiday Inn-Uvonia West. Info: 465-2277 or 263-6803, or P.O. Box 291, Mt. Clemens 48046. a 1980, Sept 28. Lynn (Held) Hagenbush, (616) 243-6685, or Bob Hood, (517)694-4304. •

• HARDING ELEMENTARY/ JUNIOR HIGH 1961, July 1991. Info: June LaPierre Weaver at 525-2695. HAZEL PARK . 1965, Aug. 11, Club Monte Carlo, Utica. Info: Hugh and Cherry Haag Smith, 731-2526, or S h a r o n BlackweU Chrest, 528-1072. a 1980. Info: (800) 397-0010. •

HIGHLAND PARK 1954-56, June 23, Marriott Inn, Ann Arbor. Info: 624-4299 or 5322800. •

• ROCHESTER/ROCHESTER ADAMS 1970, July 21, Rochester Elks . Club. Info: Barry King, 373-0734. •

ROMEO 1980, Sept. 1, Info: (800) 397-0010.



ROMULUS 1970, Aug. 18, Marriott Inn-Airport Romulus. Info: Nancy, 9416758, or Marsha, 941-5245. ROOSEVELT 1980, July 28. Info: (800) 397-0010. a June 1970. Info: (after 6 p.m.) Mary Jo, 282-2897, Alana, 282-4494, Kathy, 283-5794, or Debbie, 2833686. •

ROSARY 1966. Info. Nina Sinatra Hric, 7123 Buckthorn, West Bloomfield 48033. a 1970, Aug. 11, Park Place, Dearborn. Info: Karen (Jbara) Paczas. 261-4368, or Barb (Hyduk) Nagarah. 478-9895. a 1965, Aug. 25-26. Info: Judy Boh]en Kline, 435-2016, or Sharon Pinke Konarski, 981-1572. •

ROSEVILLE 1975, Oct 13, Athena Hall. Roseville. Info: Tammy, 537-9584. a 1965, July 20. Info: 773-8820 or P.O Box 1171, Mt. Clemens 48046.

ROYAL OAK 1960, Oct 20. Info: 773-8820 or P.O. Box 1171, Mt. Clemens 48046. a 1940, June 15. Info: 773-8820 or P.O. Box 1171, Mt. Clemens 48046. •

ROYAL OAK DONDERO a June 1950, Oct 20, Marriott Hotel, Troy. Info: 548-7128. a 1980, June 23. Info: (800) 397a 1965, July 28, Van Dyke Park Hotel, Warren. Info: 465-2277 or 2636803 or P.O. Box 291, Mt Clemens 48046.



OUR LADY O F S O R R O W S 1970. Info: Kerry Feiten, 453-0043, or Nancy Theisen, 227-2180. •

PLYMOUTH 1950, Sept 8, Plymouth Radisson Hotel. Info: Barb Peck, 453-3427. a 1970, July 14, Sheraton Oaks, Novi. Tickets: 840 each. Info: 4534572. a 1955, July 6, Mayflower Meeting House, Plymouth. Info: 459-6594 or 453-7377.

HOLY C R O S S LUTHERAN An all-school reunion, April 27-29. • PLYMOUTH CANTON Info: Send name and address to Holy ' 1980, Aug. 25, Novi Hilton. Info: Cross Lutheran School, 14213 Carol McCuUy-McGlinn, 541-4060. a 1985, with Plymouth Salem Whitcomb, Detroit 48227. 1985, 7:30 p j n . Aug. 24, Laurel* Manor, Uvonia. Info: Sue Moyer, • IMMACULATA 1968, Nov. 24. Info: 773-8820 or 9839 Hillcrest Plymouth 48170. P.O. Box 1171, Mt Clemens 48046. • PLYMOUTH SALEM 1980, 6:30 p.m. Sept 2, Mayflower • JOHN GLENN 1980, July 27. Info: Kevin Ko- Bed A Breakfast Plymouth. Info: (800) 397-0010. zlowski. 595-7353. a 1985, with Plymouth Canton 1985, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 24, Laurel • JOHN KENNEDY 1970. Info: John F. Kennedy 1970 Manor, Uvonia. Info: Sue Moyer, Class Reunion, P.O. Box 805, North- 9839 Hillcrest Plymooth 48176. % ville 48167-0805. • PONTIAC January and June 1848, Aag. 17• LAMPHERE 19, King* ley Inn, Bloomfield Hills. 1970. Info: (800) 397-0010. Info: 682-3719 or 382-2798. * • LINCOLN • PONTIAC CENTRAL I960, July 21. Info: (800) 397-0010. 1965 Aug. 28, Northfleld Hilton, Troy. Info: Send a stamped, self-ad• LINCOLN PARK dressed envelope to 320 W. Iroquois, June 1970. Info: Sae, 459-2064, or Pontine 48053, or 388-8636 or 678Vic, 281-0880. 2843. • UVONIA BENTLEY 1969, August. Info: Emily Serafa • PRECIOUS B L O O D Manschot 347-4609, or Kathy Kor1945-46, Aag. 8. Info: 7784820, or Maureen, 488-6754. sets, 391-1386. • 1888. Info: Sandy (Brumm) Rockwood, , 591-0783, or Gloria • REDFORD UNION (Schalek) Goraay, 478-0258. • 1946, Oct 13. Info: 773-8820 or • 1980, 6:88 p.m. Jaly 28, Shera- P.O. Box 1171, M t Clemens 48046. ton Oaks, Novi. Info: (800) 887-0010. • 1976 Aug. 11. Info: 7784828 or • 1876, Sept 18, Embassy Suites, P.O. Box 1171, M t Clemens 48846. Uvonia. Info Debbie (Rails) Fulga January and June 1941, Jaly ham, 427-9299, or Jill (Winstrand) 1881. Info: 787-6808 or (117) 838Notarianni, 427-8811. 7827. • 1884, Aug 18, Embaasy Suites Hotel, Uvonia. Info: Nancy (Cho- • RIVERSIDE miak) Smith. 881-1218. 1878, March 24, NovL Info: Bob

SALINE 1980, July 14. Info: (800) 397-0010.



SOUTHFIELD 1970, Aug. 18. Info: Pam (Garbarino) Mikkola, 356-1047, or Reunion Committee, 45200 Dun barton Dr., Novi, 48050. a 1965, Aug. 25, Sheraton Oaks. Novi. Info: (800) 397-0010 or Betty Rotberg Ellias, 352-1940. a 1980. July 21. Info: (800) 3970010.



SOUTHFIELD LASHER 1970, July 14. Info: (800) 397-0010.



SOUTH LYON 1980, Sept. 15. Info: (800) 397-0010.



STERLING HEIGHTS 1980. Info: 689-6528 or 1-294-9218



TAYLOR CENTER 1960, May 12, Radisson Hotel, Romulus. Info: Donna Cory, (800) 248-4056, Ext. 602, or Helen Collins, 386-6587. a 1970, Aug. 18, Hilton Hotel. Romulus. Info: Ken Pates, 462-2074: •

TAYLOR KENNEDY 1980, Aug. 17. Info: 773-8820 or P.O. Box 1171, Mt. Clemens 48046. •

325TH BOMB WING 315th Bomb Wing, Sept 27-29, Colorado Springs, Colo. Info: Ernest J. Short 2347 Foster Ave., Grand Rapids 49505, or Earnest Barrett, 1130 Rosalie Ave. NW, Grand Rapids 49504. •

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TROY 1980. Aug. 11, Royal House of Warren. Info: (800) 397-0010. •

TROY ATHENS 1980, July 14, San Marino Club, Troy. Info: Amy Gross, 583-1292.

• TOWER ROYAL OAK KIMBALL 1963. Info: Class Reunion, CBC, 1980, July 14. Info: (800) 397-0010. Box 287, Orionville 48462. a 1980, Aug. 4, Somerset Inn, Troy. Info: P.O. Box 291, Mt • TYLER ELEMENTARY All school anniversary, 7:39 p.m. Clemens 48046, or 465-2277 or 263.April 26, Churchill High School, 6803. a 1979, Dec. 23, Roma's of Uvonia. Info: Tim Daniel, 474-3250. Bloomfield. Info: (312) 397-0010. a i960, June 16, Red Run Country • UNITED HEBREW Club. Info: 435-5212 or 528-3403. 1928-89, June 11. Info: 354-1050. ROYAL OAK SHRINE 1955, July 28, Fox and Hounds, Bloomfield Hills. Info: J a n e Balousek, 335-5030, or Bill Wischman, 583-6953, a SACRED HEART 1955, July 28, Fair lane Club, Dearborn. Info: Dolores, 464-1873, or Jane, (517) 484-7498. a 1950, June 2. Info: 773-8820 or P.O. Box 1171, M t Clemens 48046. a 1955, Aug. 11, O^elly K of C Hall, Dearborn. Info: Micki, 5911871, Judy, 563-6784, or Pete, 2741333. •

ST. ANDREW ELEMENTARY School reunion/open house. Info: Holy Family Regional School, 1246 Inglewood, Rochester 48063, 6561234, or Karen Mooaekian, 652-2561.



U S S SYLVANIA 1967-68. Info: John D. Pierce, 6631 Halloway Lane, Lansing 48917. •

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Marci Rich wasn't ooe of those people who couldn't figure out what tbey wanted to do for a living. For as long as sbe can remember, she's had a mission in l i f e to groom dogs. "It's all I ever wanted to do. It's what I wrote my high school term paper on," said Rich, wbo since last summer has owned the Posh Pup grooming shop on Middlebelt just south of Ann Arbor Trail. Rich says she feels at home in Westland, near the Garden City boundary. Sbe grew up in Garden City and attended West High School, for one thing. For another, business in her first store has been excellent. i absolutely love it here," said Rich. "I grew up in Garden City and my dad worked at Ford for 20 years. So I can relate to working-class people."

UTICA 1969, July 27. Info: (800) 397-0010.

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WATERFORD KETTERING 1965, July 6-8. Info: Blanche Bosch Teatro, 334-0840, Diane Jarvis Hol• ST. BERNARD comb, 334-6456, Edwins Delbridge, June 1940. June. Info: Leona, 1- 666-3647, or Tammy Rosegsrt Tal296-0127. lenger, 623-0331. • 1870, Nov. 24. Info. 773-8826 or P.O. Box 1171, M t Clemens 48046. • ST. BRIGID • 1948-52, Oct 12, K of C Hall, Uvonia. Info: Jean (Todd) Gorskl at 1- • WAYNE HIGH 463-6002 or 977-6800. 1950, Sept 8, Roma's of Garden City. Info: 721-3643. • ST. CLEMENT 1969, March 3. Info: 773-8820 or • WAYNE MEMORIAL P.O. Box 1171, M t Clemens 4804*. 1888, Oct 13. Info: 773-8820 or P.O. Box 1171, Mt Clemens 48846. • ST. DAVID All school reunion, Oct 13, Roma's of Bloomfield. Info: Charlene Sam- • WAYNE MEMORIAL 1876, O c t 6, Radisson Hotel ma, 641-8077, Geralyn Lesscxynski. Plymouth. Info: 468-2277, 263-6863 71-6358, or Judy David, 648-7823. or P.O. Box 281, Mt Clemens 48044. • 1888, Nov. 24, Airport Holiday • ST. FRANCIS DC S A L E S Inn, Romulas Info: Janice (Vtekers) 1870, Oct 20. Iafo: 387-9728. Fluhart 729-4927. • • 1988, O c t 1 1 Info: 773-6820 or P.O. Box 1171, M t demons 48046 • ST. HEDWIG 1880, September. Info: Joan (Staftej) Dreske at 8444083. • WH8UR WRIGHT COOPERATIVE • ST. J O S E P H 1848-47, Aag. 11, Pagaaw Banquet Alumni association reunion din- and Conference Center. Detroit Info; ner-dance, 6 p m May 11, Da La Norma Finch Wright 884-1214, Salle Collegiate, Warren. Info: 778- Mary Cisco Parkinson, 284-1417 (al8488. tar 8 p m.), Charias Henry, 481-1188, Mary Moore Gibha, 134-4361, Albert Hartmaa, 542-4873, or • S T . MARY O F REDFORD 11-1188. 1844, June 28, Botaford Ian, Farmington Hills. Iafo: Joan, 474-4124, or Garry, 844-8816. • W I S T BLOOMFMLD 1878, Jaly 28 Iafo: 7734826 or P.O. Box 1171, M t i • ST. RITA 1848, J a a e 16. Info: Rosemary Reilly Ray, 888-8842, or • YPSILANT1 1888, Jaly 7. Iafo (888) 887-6816

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NORTHVILLE 1970, May 19, Sheraton Oaks, Novi. Info: Patti (Ely) Tomasak, 3495694, or JoAnn (Crupi) Schlott, 4768560. a 1980, May 26. Info: Pam Bingley Ellis, 478-4736, or Dave Zabinski, 360-0194. a 1955, June 30, Wyndham Gardens Hotel, Novi. Info: Peggy Meyer, 347-6846.



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BIRMINGHAM MOVING SALE. fn. Sat. 9-5 1307 Devi*. I bat. W of Woodward. 3 beta N of 14 Furniture. Tww bed. ctofNng. toy* BLACK LACQUER Wei Unit: Plcturae. aofa. «*lng room kwrature, toeaeneoua houeehold goode. Apm 27th thru 29th, Twelve Eatatea 30070 W 13 Mae, Apwlment 129. Farmington H I belt 4 Orchardl BLOOMFIELD HILLS ESTATE SALE 464 Kmgeley Tra«. E ol Woodward, take Eastwvya N off Long Lake. French Chlppendele heevay carved Burled wakmt d M n g aet. $4500 Oriental rug*, bunk bad 5ft diemeter treatte table. 6 captain* chair* Chendeaera. Microwave, toy*, chadrena cloth aa, antiquee. miac F r l , 9-5. BLUE Plato *ofa-$400: 2 racHner chair*, eoad bkje-$300 each, chma cabinet-$200 476-3133 BREAKFRONT. Recknlng chair formlca 4 braaa (Snene aet. cheat coflee tabM. 4 mlec 557-8045 BRONZE FLOOR LAMP. Baby Grand piano. Executive daak: Baker cheat* (pair) Robert Irwtn cheat. Highboy*. 19th Century Taa Caaa d o c k : Large Chippendale boolicaao w/c*aw Met. Mahogany d m n g room aet* (CMppandaM 4 Ouncan f y t e t 4 chair*. French a aeat: Eafronts 4 china cabinet*. Sokd braaa lampe: 6 a u ef Mahogany Chlppandlnlng room chairs: Chlppanaofa 4 wing chairs. Bai?>etor'a cheat*. Karaatan Orient al ruga (100% woof) 9x12. 12x14. 2Hx4. 4x9 SPECIAL PRICED ITEMS OVAL Mahogany and tabM $30: Petite Pembroke tabM I S O CTiiniaa CMppandaM coffee tabM 4 i tabM $S0 each: 1930 a French tray lop key tabM $60 Antique Engkah open-arm chair $100: Mahogany $75. Mahooany KneahoM . $100. French bed (w/ on R) $200: Mahogani Blue 4 whfte chintz lova aaM $200. Ouaan Anna highboy chaM (patna) $300: Large Mahogany chma c a b l e t $300 MAHOGANY INTERIORS (Groeee Pomte Area) 842-5422

Sun onh, I C M p m Foa Run an Sub W Dtoomfteld S Ol Walnut. W of Farmington 5509 N. PicadWy O d e . M1-10S2 COUNTRY TRADITIONAL 90" aote. moeOy blue with mini print, almoel near, won t M In new condo Altar 7pm or leave meeeaga. 660-1944

laciibiee. etc L o u o l houee itema 4 furniture Dig until you llnd aomaOwnar 87 yaer* old!

ESATE SALE 22722 NORTH BELLWOOD SOUTHFIELD NORTH BELLWOOD r u n s e a s t off of Bell Road. 5 s t r e e t s north of West 11 MHe R o a d & 969. Bell Road to half way b e t w e e n Lahser & Telegraph R o a d s . FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY

at 9:30 wBbet SALE BY DtANNE BROWNE 441-4240 lumber 271 — 8 1

ORIENTAL RUGS

• UP TO 70% OFF RETAIL • MONEY BACK GUARANTEE •FREE CONSULTATION

ESTATE SALES GEMS & JUNK Call 8 6 1 - 8 2 6 6

ESTATE SALE STERLING HGTS.

HERITAGE HOUSE ESTATE SALES 254-2150 ETHAN ALLEN blue ehek 4 ottoman. $400 Seer* Redwood deck f t m M w e mcludea round tabM. 4 chair* w/pade. umbrala 4 atand Paid 4700: aacrthce 4400 430" aght oak badilaaa bar tooM 435 each Twm matraaa M t >135 Blue fabric wing chak 4100 373-4534 ETHAN Aaan Oaaalc room lurnltur*. tabM chak*. 42.400 FAMILY ROOM. Bedroom lumlture. RMiiuaiaaui . ( 435-4175 Beat FURlWTURE-10 place 3 way twm bed * M CMw ft Iron bath tub 4 piece 40'a rattan m t More&45-0441

A & T SALES

Allan/838-0083/Toby

E of Woodward. S. i

DuMouchelles 963-6255

ESTATE SALE FRI., SAT.. SUN. 10-5 2 8 4 3 5 BROOKS LANE SOUTHFIELD 4 Telegraph off 12 ma*, turn aouth on Baa Road, MR on Brooks Lanai • R. atoto po< refrigerator. dryer. i M | M keaai era ware. Stakmora I eat. daak tabM 4 chak, pair of lamp tabM*. I M i n cMn a f f o r 12L ping pong tabM ci . m n bed. b % i a draaaar.

HOUSEHOLD S A L E Many Kivtzman grand piano, g o o d Hon, 41900 Gaa atove *Mh warn avocado. 4250 WMM baby crib t maaraprlng inalli aaa. 4100 Pak

LILLY M & COMPANY

562-1367 560-2929 HOUSEHOLD SALE Friday 6 Saturday Aril 27 6 26: 10-5 LMng room: Bleep sofa, matching chair 6 ottoman. RecSner 6 better's reck. TatXee 6 lampa.

BEDROOM auna Triple w/2 mirrors. 2 mghtstand* 300 651-0669

EDrORDnt

|

CERTCO MOVING SALE

T h u r a d a ^ T A^rH

aryar.«

EVERYTHING OOES •66-0063

Sal. A p r ^ 4 . « M 4 Sun. A p r J B . 11 M S 31444 SUMMERB. L/VONtA (1MB N of SuhuuMraR. take S o o n off of Mwriman) AUCTION T O M HELD ON A U . UMSOLD ITEMS ON SUNDAY AT S M L I ataa


UNIVERSAL

SEWING CENTER 674-0439 SOFABED 4 loveaeal Maple bunkbed HltacM stereo component •et *«00/beet offer 643-6195 SOFA BED. quean aaa. beige. « t ceaent condmon. aMdoni uaad. paid 4800. aakmg 4300 or beM WhMe 1 braaa oaamg tan. 430 645-9629 SOFA DINETTE aM with matching i t canter. 354-5186 SOFA-4 ft, bkae velvet and bkie 4 i n a l - Good condition. green la lOMi 4300/mafcec 477 SOFA BB". chak. 3 tabMa tradMonM. 4150 tor a4 855-3149 STUOIO COUCH 4150 HumkBBet 420. o mattrsas. boa aprmg S75 rack4T5. 10 apaad bare BST-

TAKE

NOTICE!!

THE STATUS EXCHANGE ESTATE FURNISHINGSANNOUNCES OUR LARGEST SALE EVER! Frt.Sat.Sun. A p r 2 7 . 2 8 . 2 9

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ORESSER 4 CHEST, c o u n t r y French., good oondltlon. great lor bedroom 4175 397-0429 FOR SALE couch, end tabMe. bad Iramea. and baby (umlture Keroeene heeMr OMna. 455-0196

HENREDON rial chaet. braaa trim. 4275 48' round oak tabM. 4200 4 Bruar chak* 450 Antique oriental coffee tabM 4100 Mr 4 M r * Windsor chairs. 4210 pak Karaatan contemporary wool rug. 4»6ft. ( 1 5 0 Karaatan onanlM atyM wool rug. 4*8ff. $100 After 5pm 344-4778

bed/mirrored book ahMves Include* temperature control, heater. Knar 6 *heet* 4299 256-1622 QUEEN SIZE SOFA 'Sleeper 4 matching w e a eat Coca tea table. ~ hanging. A l 1 yaer oM. nt condmon 255-7771 SECTIONAL Sofa, camel. 4500 Mt. tompe. aide chak. aawtrng machine. 450 each Light tbiiura. f u l 4 twm matlraaa 4 boxspnng 336-2348 S O F A LOVESEAT. chak. 2 tabM* matching, very good cundWori. 4450 464-0972 SOFA: Loveeaat. chair 4750 Couch. 4250 Contamporai* AM m Rionl SB6-172B SOFA 4275. 2 powdeied blue chairs 475 each Bench 430 1 ooffee table 4 end table 450 each. 2 black aRMf units, glass doors on top ahafve 4 aghf 4 7 5 ^ c h Eaeredae Mke 450 Formica Burtwood dmmg room tabM. 2 leaves 18 "each. 6 leather 4 chrome awlial chak a 4750. A l aa274-7020

BUYING & ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS 356-8222 TELEPHONE TABLE- Having aaM 4 aaoraga apace. CnisMai I tciMMon. CaB 786-7148

rver 3 y r s oM. Ra 11,700 f r o y 6BBTROY

Two couchaa. 2 stove. JMhweahai Garden CMy 522-1963

WATERBED-King eoe with 6 diaaiar pecMetal 4390

CompMM 1 yr. old. 531-1646

WATERBED. Queen a n . aoft a l d a d Brand naw from Art Van WR aacrv ftee $600 awn -4pm. 643-9010 Weeunghouee k X 6.000 BTU oer boot eace Hon. raaeonebto

CONTEMPORARY

a r v r r r a

• 3 9 " ESTATE SALES A UOU*OATK)NS - CONDUCTED BY •

'THE Yellow Rose

cm

421-2141

SEAKING. 7HP autboard motor a M euvRary tank. 4150 6x8 tat bed amobae trader. 4200 Boto good amon 422-1773 SOUO OAK BOARDS- From C h u n * 4 Knulari 462-1 BOO SWIMMIMG POOL Redwood above ground wfth deck Deck needs some rapak Soa 16ft > 32ft Pump, later, and equipment 4300 422-3408 TWO CAR GARAGE door wWl perta Very good condition 4250^ beM offer CaB after 5pm. 126-8368

2 matching aide arm chairs. 2 room dividers Largs ooM rack Oak ootttorence labia w/B arm aid* d i m . Comer recspwon room MbM w/2 0-

Al Pnoes You Won t Central

715 APPLE COMPUTER wffh 2nd drtva • $250 EaoaBant conM1-1614 Commodore Amlea 500 traa $1100/offer

712



dmon. ~ atove Wove 475. f'ekluaralor •" $100. $100. dryerr $100 424-7222 ELECTRC CLOTHES ORYER. Smgar s a w i n g m s c h i n a . p o r i a b i * ELECTRIC

RANGE $100

DoubM

$150 Toaata 4 alnka 425 each GE da by Mds wM< dto851-7156 GE ELECTRK STOVE cm roBan. avocado. 30". good oondmon, 4*6. CaB BS7-10e2. GE REFRIGERATOW. GEWVcMenm; 1*^00

HOL2-HER 1403 ECga Bandar. 36 hdurs. i oonauon. $15 ,500 17

717 Lawn-Garden ' r — Wmm Equip. start. 4 ftp- angme 4150 GoodcondBton RUon 113 BBBB BRIGGS 4 STRATTON power 2 T cuL SVWtp. 4 years oM

GE S O E BY SIDE 23 5 cubic R. rafrtgarator Iraazar. $495 GE doubto safe cleaning oven. $250. Both harv a M g o M Hotpokit m m u w e . e oven. aa 1-WB2 aavy My aaMiai 4 vary good CiMaMlmi. I rapak Boot tor 429S 525-6416

FARMAL TRACTOR 1962-63. 2 1 plow*. 1 d r a t 1 scoop aplow anachment fo.OOO^baM CaB PM or Cary after 4pm. 5*2-4315 back lathe. 4 M M loader. FORO $N Farm Ti

JOHN DEERE •or. 1 4 H P H

JOHN Q g R E MAGIC CHEF W B M I 4 dryer 20 pd capacity 5 yr extended a n aw ty. 3 mo. dM MOO 422-5761

110

» kp. iracMr.

oondMon*$112S E v a * . ' JOHN DEERE

TORS

tors

Guaranteed.

722-1242

LAWN MAINTENANCE a q u M m ^ l Trailar. ST

ft- aide by Wto BBB 1872 .4250. R E F R I G E R A T O N / F r a a i a t . 17.4 froaUraa G E . haraaM gaM 4130 Mill n i l '3.000 b . L u . ^ ^ H 4250. Both •iioMiml- CaB aM

W O O O e u R N M G STOVE Mr tight. aB Vie piping. CjicManl condition SSOO/beM dflar.

A l 9MM bunding* M ctoae out prtee * . New 8 ueed Any aM* 100a 100. S2SJOO. 40x60. $6,560 100*100. $ 15.900 427-8657 5T-Red-4200.00. J T BWj^TMaa

WHIRLPOOL mmtm 4 dryer. $136. each, ranok. 4124. lahluaTakji. 4200.72B-W7B 687 7222 TORO ROE-ON I M 4 2 4 . 8 k-p. a f f h r

LadM-* GoB CMba and Bag - B47-27BB After 5 P M

n a a M M M A F i a a AMTtQUB

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Livonia Schwinn Bicycle & Fitness Center 476-1818

Laraa. i M r d y . oonA - Piaiaa. I R i k l i •manga 824-2434

— W a ^ c leataaar Orchard u Rd M M FmmaiaMn Rd « e a f M a p M ) a t Loaded Sato

AIR-DYNES - USED USED BIKES MOST SIZES AMO. M l Schwann s c r

IBM Bectrlc TvpewrNer - $120 00 Drum SM - 4300 00 LadM'a Goff Shoe*, naw. ana 7 -

ELECTRK A M M O i

AM CONOrXMMS 0» fyae • e e e a a a e ^ B

POOL:

451-

TWO FINE SALES BY BAYNARD

LIOUOATORB 4 ARRRAJBERS 8*69- S 5 S S n m m t i * * AT %*M

MR •STATES

SWIMMING

116*32

VERTICAL BLINDS-Cloud gray. 94x84 and 44x44 $400 or baM fl$tor CaB aRar 4pm. 422-2568

S1 One Day <**,. P H 27. 9-8

EDMUND FRANK & CO. ,

iaaea* LI | ' l l ' S * & ! ^ r » Yrs Ci a l l M HahaahaMBaMMamt. . ^ R R A J B A L 4 • AuCTioflsV

REDWOOO

- White, tabM w/4

TOWLE Royal Yindaor aMrang alrerwara 76 pieca * , piece aatilng lor 12 Waaeoe Ba roque 5 piece akver tee aermca. 882-1419

TRADITIONAL

& Co.

ESTATE SALES BY IRIS

PATIO FURNITURE wrought Iron, round 4120

E O U R M E N T

ShaMng 4 radung. ofBca chaars. t»-

SOFA - 84" betg eerth tones. 3 cuehaon, traditional Myto. good CondWon. $1W i38-3621

7 H KOHLER

n*doorMM < aaad *.'lQ V < ( g ! $ R a

SCHWINN BIKES ALaoueaDse$-4ae-i

EVERGREEN TREES

MaaakkML I f i o M . w . mm ^ dar4*MMr.aMdke$iWB«BB 8 4 j | POOL - Far B ^ M Y a *

aay. W M a . Back N t o Spat

Lilly M .

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KAYAK POOL. 12*20 I Offer You remove

$100 Tonaol«Mqua4 : a n art at 4 M l 8 na mckxang L a m o a 4 WuaernhM.

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HAJR STYLIST S hydrauBc ehaks 4 cabinetry CaB 463-5264 GREAT SHAPE SALON 4 SPA

ABOVE GROUND POOL LmiJMmi, muet t

" O f f L D CRAFT PukaiMuie - U » t Oak. ortb. changing MbM. 4 drawer i n n . • » i ia a a a , tr an i liabM 441-4414

•19" • 5 9 ° °

DININO SET- Pine TreeOa tabM. china. bufMt 2 eaienawn leevee, 2 benche* 4 2 chairs Beeutlful condition 4450 Must aacrthce 722-4063

710 AMscFor 8ala Oakland County

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DINING ROOM SET- Couch 4 chairs, dryer 4 refrigerator 45»-542«

GARDEN WAY CART-20 to. . antra urea $ i 2 5 / a r m CaB after 6pm.

WOOD BURNER STOVE Northwlnd. Model BL M a n * wood dr

s w a r s & n r a s

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ATTRACTIV* SOFABB). KarpMn.

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DINETTE SET 4 2 " round tabM. dark perQuel lormlca lop 4150 RoB-top daak 4200 Both good condttkm Altar 6PM. 421-4904

SINGER

ZK3 ZAG sewing machine, dial model, in cabinet. $ 5 3 cash or monthly p a y m e n t s . GUARANTEED

BMULATION I roBa. R-19JB M s

BCAUTVUL

solid oak., aang o 4300 C a l after 4pm. 344-0523

^SjRcfcoefirTaBR M w«. 4 chma

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DESK,

vsvs.

APPROMMHTfLY 100 S%TYdk of

S r e a ^ S T i T E :

CURIO CABINET - GM * . ightad 3 a d M t s b M • altar 4.30 427.5723

NEW PrtncaWn LS 300 «MI 300 DPI. 32 A D M I R A L Rafrlgaralor. b r o w n . 4200 30 eMctnc aiove. avocado Moving & Estate S a l e s ware. PC pamtbrukh $660 Itojais $125 Antique china bultot. 4200 on-site or TO portable automebc waahar^ 1200B eaL modem $12&. 312 •BBS dryer. $400 Bath vanity with akkt. TANDY 1000MX B U CompaUbM. 2 In our showroom 991-7578 LIVOMIA-Ghme cebnet leak am a a. 430 EJI I: alanl conkon Tha moat complete and 36 m Matching drop leef tabM with AIR CONOfTIONER. Kanmora.autopeds and 2 chairs, n aaa aft aofa bad. t window mount. 18.000 BTU. 474-7355 a. 427-0144 lamp, ton a vent oontrato. wood ROCHE-eoeois gram. 2BWa1BH. $300 Window LIVONIA-moving 3 p a c e leather group Sofa, chair In I n • l i l .1 C i H i i n mourn. 6.000 BTU. lamp, ton 4 nam ottoman 4 month* oM. aicaaani 16172 r inousmai equip. controls, wood grsM. $200 275 Quakanoem Sub Apr 24-28. condmon 44300 433-3064 CEMENT MOCEP Eva* 522-9155 10-5 Furniture, chairs. TV. tabM. oason EMctnc. B c u t * ft 47BB SECTIONAL. 2 piece (one piece * o M lampa. anack trays. A d d t dothee. BUILT-IN OVEN. EMctnc W f t k ^ o o l good Chrtetmea. lewe w/blaek gMas front, continuous condition 2 yr*. old 4500 5BB-•2971 ctoanlng. LI taken I c u a a t l o n Beet MAPLE COUCH, Early CLARK UFT TRUCK (amaB) - 2000 offer. AAkr 6pm. SECTIONAL. 5 pMce. gray green wneMte stripe* 2 toa. capacffy. LP gaa. feme 4 a u i k * rocker tecaner Both «ka new Set Exoeaant condtoon 4175 455-3926 DISHWASHER- Kenmore G o o d great $2400 47$ 8880 men'a WBaon iron* metal wooda n o * 430. Cenop earner Even* 477-17B4 ORIENTAL RUG. 9 X 12. 1 0 0 * WOOL 532-4641 FORO. BB1. tractor. Baa poaaer. naw handwoven. apprataed M 45.000 loader. 88700. nognffaPM 36 FerouSHERRILL aofa 4 rocker. Henredon Aakmg 44.000 After 5 30 674-2279 DRYER- Montgomery Ward. Bkc. 5 ft- Woods, Brueh hog. $2900 lab lea. —aBMB oondltlori GienyM c . gold BeM offer. C a l after Bpm Vw 11law TS30. tree apada. traaar Deys. 553-9433 Eva * 464-4961 OUASAR micro wave. 9 month* oM. i W M i t , $5500 $47-1147 700 watts. mMB power Mvela 4 programmabto level* 4160 Sokd oak ELECTRIC APPLIANCES, good con-

RE-SELL-IT

a. I .a— U J U i A n « III i l l r i a l d m room, m i n e Krov^noai

set. complete double bed, mirror, cheat 6 Conducted By: ANNE CAPP: 363-0376 Lots of woman'a cJothfcm. LOUIS KAY: 366-6427 Including: Dreeeee aijee 20-46 ESTATESALE OlouBBBBteaa 20-46 Huntington Woods Coat*/Jackets stzee 20-46 ONE DAY ONLY Slacks atzea 20-46 SAT .April 26 10-6 Tone ot coetume Jewelry 10414 Vernon

FOLEY BaMaer aharperknc a » d p • 4 a w a a a complata. 42.000 UOBly trader 4X8. aatra heavy duty $360 464-0178

GAS STOVE. Oder, good condition 430 Wa i i m waterbed total peck4150 422-5761

436 Varata* 960 W o r d | 4200 Ta monitor. 475. Raooon Mr 4200.

HOUSEHOLD SALES CONDUCTED BY

CANTON HOUSE lua o l lurnltur*. must aaa. alao adda 4 anda Cad. 373-1740

ORIENTAL RUG 4 ART GALLERY •55-4756

R E S T A T E SALE FRI t SAT . APRIL 27 & 26 na. Fiaeta. crystal books, dolhfna. paper goods, much mMc- No eer>r birds Nianbars 4:30am. G 4 E

711 Misc. For I Wsyns County

FURNITURE CompMM Houae. Mr •eeher 4 dryer. 4 5*2-4568

"SMS

HOUSEHOLD/ESTATE SALE Frt Sat. Apra 27-24. W a m - 5 p m

7M Household Qoods Wsyns County

Psrais. Pakistan.

Salectiona from Chma. MdM

QUEEN

(10 a.m. t o 4 p.m.) FURNITURE m Ci caaant condition. I k e new Very rsaannabla TOTAL LIQUIDATION OF CLASSIC CaB between 3-4pm. 447-4038 TRADITIONAL FURNISHINGS INGREAT BUYS' M i r r o r * 7 6 X4'. CUJOE STUNNING CHIPPENDALE DINING ROOM WITH CHINA CABI- 16X15' tan pluah carpel, neutral NET ON CABRIOLET LEGS. BUF- aofa. ne*t of FET. SERVER. TABLE 4 4 CHAIRS: LIVING ROOM HAS MARBLETOPPED TABLES. LAMPS IN HENREDON wea unh. pecan amah. WATERFORD STYLING. VENETIAN 11,050 Matching dmmg room tabM. GLASS LAMPS. FORMAL SOFA 6 ivom_l«tKX_phair*. (1.750. 2 ratw r m SILK COVERING: SMALL Ian bar atOOM 4220. Contemporary 442-3140 DESK. QUEEN MASTER BED- gMaa coffee tabM 4225 ROOM: R-WAY SET FROM 1940 s: HENREDON BRASS BED; JUNIOR DINING room o o d a r v ROOM SET IN DINETTE ANTIQUE 4480 Eve* BRASS 4 CRYSTAL CHANDELIERS, CHINA: CRYSTAL. COLLEC- HIOE A BED Sofa. I S inch, tan TiBLES. ANTIQUES; CLOTHIMG; corduroy Good condaton 4150 JEWELRY: 525-7826

(East of Woodward. N. of Big Beaver) reMurlng: Fine crystal. poreaMm. aterHng. CybM. Wadgewood. annqua American docks, oa patntlng*. Oriental rugs. Woodard wroogn; iron. O f g f i Deak. ThornaaiMa
la Maaurea Duncan PhyM d M n g wRh droplaM tabM. 4 herpbeck chairs, buffet 4 oMna. Henredon eeer. c h e a t night stand. Lane r k a t cheet. P r o w d a l M n g room nature with mertkaaop tabM* xbapomt chairs. Mdaabad. itae ooneoM 4 m k t o r . mirrored deco vanity 4 much, much more. ACCCaSORKB. 12 pMoa aett Royal OouRon chma. 12 piece i ang Read 4 Banon aMrang. Lands.

MAPLE HUTCH, piano mattreee 6 k e u . china. 4 « M d beck dmmg aprtng. chars, atove. daek. Ironer, 540-9120 chairs, aaver Me aaryloe. doa*. cor- dotfiea. lots mors ner whM-knot. quits, imana. Penrvayhrene Houee cherry hutch. Ham- LOVESEAT. excellent condition. 647-4038 mond organ, naahw 4 dryer, c u l neutral color* 4175 • tna oak treadM aeanng MOVING SALE - 11 PC leek dmmg act. $1,700 New 2 pc curved corner ooueh. $850. • miac 681-0149 4 bookcaeoa Conducted byThe White Elephant Antique Shop Banytou Maartn. C - A 543-5140

DINING ROOM CHAIRS. 4. tuBy up3 0 4 3 REESE DR. hoMtered. bone arm d i. 3 y * (Between Ryan and Dequmdre. H on OM. $50 each. $325 naw. 353-4:>244 CMka. off 14 Ml ) FrLSM.Sun. Apr 27.26.29. 9-6 DININO ROOM Sat (Baeeett) pecan, FULL HOU8E CONTENTS INtable with pad. 4 chair*, aghtad CLUOE: 4 piece tweed aectlonaM; hutch. $300 646-4928 Simmon* aofa-bed: 7 pMca dmetle; DINING ROOM SET. aold leak Bedroom aet; Bar atooM; Wood table. 4 chairs, matching 3 piece burning stove; Oraaeera. cheMa. china cabinet. $ 1000 979-7744 Smgar commercMI awning machine. Plan 4 Kanmors machines. Sewing DINING ROOM' Sat- W/table, 4 labrics 4 aupp4aa. Ceramic aupchairs, china cabinet Owha*. pots/ pk**. Bay Reuth 4 Schumann China: pans, kitchen utenels 354-1241 2 refngarator*. 2 Move* Bectrlc dryer, F r a e a r . Pota. pane; CryatM: DINING T A B L E no chairs, p a r t e d Storage cablnaC Ber atgn*. Bed 4 condKlon. 4 4 " round oakazlends lo tabM inana; DoBaa. M j cape: La120" with three 24 leevea. mduda* diea clothing. J e w e l ^ . Doa* Books: custom pad*. $750. Original $1200 Garage m a d . Thousands of a a » Antlqu* wtckar t a * cart 4 rocker. uonafiti BOlMr 851-0591 NO CHILDREN ADMITTED FRIDAY TERMS CASH

BROWNE

No Slgna Herat Entrance a weet off Greenffpto balw. M w a g n 4 Rotund s Take MMdMbury lo WoodMnd Or.

ESTATE SALE SAT . APRIL 24. 10-4 uonel dkang room tabla. per quel 1410 YorkaMra. Bkiianuri top. 2 arm chaks. 4 •da chMr*
mahogany). Furniture 4 tum)*. Old looM 4 garden equipment Everything o o e * Nwnber* el 7AM Thur*. 9AM-4 PM 244 Crenbrook Croee Rd.. S off MapM. batween Cranbrook 4 lahaar

ESTATE SALE

3309 Wtacaaaeh. A p t 204 Sprtrigwea P a r t Apt*.. Dearborn

LARGE 3 pieoe eecbonM m beautlfil

DARK PINE Hutch w/marror end drewer*. $300 Antique pump organ. works, naada below. $400 Leave meeaege 540-0001 ESTATE SALES 6446 Feuet. 4 Mock* W of Southfield. S OB Warren at the Vght FrtS e t . 10-4 Number* et 9 J 0 F u l houee aaM antique*. lerge 9 piece oak dining room aet. 4 piece cherry

701 HouaahoM Goods Oakland County

ESTATESALE 24-24. 9-4pm. CryatM an-

ESTATESALE SO yaer

5441 Long Meadow Roed

Aprtl 27-24, 10am lo 4pm A LOVELY SALE)

Apr*

CUSTOM MADE aofa ml4 paneM of matching* drape* in country print (Navy/Batg). $400 643-9415

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BERNHARDT SOFA. Contemporary beige color, good condmon $356 456-4352

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EDITORIAL O F F I C E S : i 3 6 2 5 1 Schoolcraft. U v o n i a . MI 4 8 1 5 0 8 0 5 Eas * ^ a p l e , B l r m l n g h a . MI 4 8 0 0 9 2 1 8 9 8 F a r m i n g t o h Rd.. F a r m i n g t o n MI 4 6 0 2 4 7 4 4 W i n g Street. P l y m o u t h . MI 4 8 1 7 0 4 1 0 Main. R o c h e s t e r . MI 4 8 0 6 3

BEDROOM SET - haw. 3 dreeeer*. vanity, gray 4 white, contemporary. 3 / y r * old. Hke new. $900 Ca> after 4pm 544-1938

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S u b m i t all i n f o r m a t i o n to E t h e l S i m m o n s , e n t e r t a i n m e n t editor?

Steve B a m a b y is Managing Editor o f T h e Observer & Eccentric Newspapers; 5 9 1 - 2 3 0 0 ext. 3 0 0

BEDROOM aet. queen. 4 piece, quality wood. $500 or beel offer Dkvtm room aet. 17 5 0 / b e *t offer E Eve* 474-9405

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P l y m o u t h . 2 lamPy. prannova. Apr 24-27. 9-6; Sat . 9-1: 10667

BUILDING S C E N E 591-2300 ext. 302 C o n s t r u c t i o n a n d building n e w s a p p e a r s every M o n d a y a n d T h u r s d a y . All i n f o r m a t i o n r e l a t e d to t h i s s u b j e c t should b e s u b m i t t e d to M a r i l y n F i t c h e t t . editor, o n e week p r i o r t o p u b l i c a t i o n .

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AINSLEY-PEN BROOK china 10 place aattmga + aervtng piece*, mint condition: atfvwr (Wabater 4 WSoox) coffee 4 tee aet • tr 4 other aervtng •wing machine w«h •ooden dreeeer. cheat. 4 3 mght at and* 737-

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PLYMOUTH BKS SALE L o u of toy*, h m t u r e . anttQuaa. , lovefy glrta clothing Apr9 26 29 9am-4pm. 15147 Bradner i SchoafciaW 6 5mae

OBITUARIES We p u b l i s h o b i t u a r i e s of local r e s i d e n t s a n d former local residents. Most obituary information is received from a r e a _ funeral h o m e s . If a local funeral h o m e is not involved, please • call t h e c o m m u n i t y editor at t h e a p p r o p r i a t e telephone "5 n u m b e r . All o b i t u a r i e s a p p e a r at t h e discretion of the c o m m u n i t y editor. Obituaries are p r i n t e d without charge.

WESTLANO - Huge tale Baby lurrtiture. refrigerator, pool table, womene dothee. lot* of MMc Apr 24. 27. 4 3fl. end May 3. 4 4 5. lOerrv 4pm 1TTO W M e m . E of Merrtmen, 8 of Avondela 334-3181 WESTLANO MuftMemdy garage aate. Furniture, adult 4 children * ctothee. baby name. toy*, houaehoid Heme. 4 M a c Thur*-Sat 9-5 33051 YorkdM* Off Farmmgi Road, between Ford 4 Warren

708 lloiisohoM OuMwft Osklsnd County

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KITCHENAJOE 4150. atove - 4150 HarOy uaad. ExarcycM • ^ • ^ • • a n d a aet o f ^ ^ H - 440 3tame, - Tour Hwaca paean bound IBMUIJ or our Country Ev-I bedroom aet. 4200 AMo amad furmarythine muel go Caah only 14446 447-5077

BEAUTIFUL Baker Bombay chest. sorator sleep aofa. loveeeet. hand painted accent pillow*

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CHMA CABINET Pine dmmg M L Pine dry amfc. couch, ic — al. rac•32-3747

• Chart Large oriental painted break tront Lovely aaver tee aer»tca. inane, ledy-a dothee 14-20. costume l e e a k y k n d tor*

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We p u b l i s h p h o t o g r a p h s a n d a n n o u n c e m e n t s of weddings, engagements and major anniversaries of local r e s i d e n t s or former local r e s i d e n t s . These a p p e a r a s soon a s possible, d e p e n d i n g u p o n available space. F o r m s for a n n o u n c i n g these events are available from any of o u r local offices, or you may model y o u r a n n o u n c e m e n t on a n e x a m p l e you've read in t h e newspaper. The best r e p r o d u c t i o n can be m a d e f r o m a 5" x 7" black a n d white photo, b u t o t h e r s are accepted. Please avoid regular or color Poloroid pictures.

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CREATIVE LIVING News of t h e a r t s a p p e a r s every T h u r s d a y . Notices of gallery s h o w s m u s t b e legibly w r i t t e n a n d s u b m i t t e d b y the 5 p . m . M o n d a y deadline. For m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n , call the a p p r o p r i a t e Creative Living e d i t o r .

Maple. 1 Canton 7 4 4 Wing. P l y m o u t h . MI 4 8 1 7 0 r F a r m i n g t o n 2 1 8 9 8 F a r m i n g t o n R d . . F a r m i n g t o n MI 4 8 0 2 4 G a r d e n City 3 6 2 5 1 S c h o o l c r a f t . U v o n i a . MI 4 8 1 5 0 Lakes 8 0 5 East Maple. B i r m i n g h a m . MI 4 8 0 0 9 Livonia 3 6 2 5 1 S c h o o l c r a f t . LivonTaTMl 4 8 1 5 0 Plymouth 7 4 4 Wing, P l y m o u t h . MI 4 8 1 7 0 Redford 3 6 2 5 1 S c h o o l c r a f t , Livonia. MI 4 8 1 5 0 Rochester 4 1 0 S. Main. R o c h e s t e r ! MI 4 8 0 6 3 Southfield 8 0 5 E a s t Maple. B i r m i n g h a m . MI 4 8 0 0 9 Troy 4 1 0 S. M a i n . R o c h e s t e r . MI 4 8 0 6 3 West Bloomfield . . 8 0 5 E a s t Maple. B i r m i n g h a m . MI 4 8 0 0 9 Westland. 3 6 2 5 1 S c h o o l c r a f t . Livonia. MI 4 9 1 5 0 SPORTS Each c o m m u n i t y h a s its own s p o r t s e d i t o r t o report scores, call t h e a p p r o p r i a t e e d i t o r

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WEDDINGS. ENGAGEMENTS. ANNIVERSARIES TASTE 591-2300 ext. 3 0 5 This is o u r food s e c t i o n a n d a p p e a r s in the Monday paper. Any questions r e g a r d i n g recipes s h o u l d b e directed to E t h e l S i m m o n s , food editor.

701 Housshold Ooods Osklsnd County

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70S 'Household Oakland County

CONTEMPORARY FURNITURE . Friday 3 30-7 30. and Sat- • 0 * 4 0 gleea & mar Ota dmmg room urday K> am lo 4 pm Knob m ma H I pickled pine chaira Wooda A p t * 20713 Camden Square (2000 Sola tkbto to match MOO 7 ' 1 0 4 Enter oft of Lota L n S o l 11 placa aacttonal with recBner t hMaM M 4 E o l q o u f h — a and loo* tar ad $1200 2 J i i l i U MOO each AS furniture nautral oolor* Cocfcta* labia $200 Rot-toe daak CRYSTAL. CHINA. 4 COUECTI- $150 Tkkkwood entertainment canES LIMOGE BAVARIAN AND ter $1000 • cubic ft cKaet/treaaar STAFFOROSHfftE, maacuBna $50 Moving out of stete aalet CaBB-Wpm 683-7221 buried wood. bad. a n u r i a tabM . chair. $275 3 bar

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738 HousshoMPets

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822 Trucks For Pais 46 s. Ota come*, carta. DOOOC 10M DIM - Cap 6 md. Ma . W W EMs. IliNl, now, M.OO* mMs. MOOO. ACROSOMC Bp Ca* E « ~ " k M1-01M 30 yrsoM. 877S s w . DOOOe MMstaaptahnp •UBftA R«5€R 1 9S2-013I II in all, onfy 88.9*6 BBt-1600 OUJB.. opan bow. m FOX HILLS CHMA DISHES- Fua/PWIM San. Cta) BUYING! SORRA SUNftPORT 10*5. 4*4. HUM,tomaoa.lacks, naw 30 gal-436*740 la *N Maaain ll*a— j BM a«ii - - - aw F O R O F ISO XLT LAMAT PICKUP keytward Maal lor smM dmrch. EARN UP TO S 1.000.000 10*7 - Air. onMs, power window* S wMaquSd «U500.baai .ZL2£ E t i i T •1.000 AMtarVirginia Ftapwtnck That * riant, being us a itMBon dollock*, caaaafta. 2 tana S mare • -- i KVPM ft 1 MM I lars worth of scrap end we wM pey CSC. 33ft. 10*6. good Clearance Price 67.9M . .. yaVAN 18FT.. daap V. Supar NOMAD. 1M7: x l youtarftOr. bring ua S5 aor«i ofWISH WOLFHOUND Mix. ama* 117 * opfton —. i odaal PIANO CABLE conoolo. InwanaoSnappw, l n . f t dapth flnoar. muon. ftaar badr we can hondto « . We buy tor TOP PRICES PAID CRESTWOOD old lamala. m ahota • wormad. 55P- " " " I oonaota. oarpatal 2Qhp mmyartraal WMBCO. MI-KOO c o n d i t i o n , f r u i f w o o d c e b l n e t •crap. recyclng: Aluminum, coppar braaa. mo PICK-UP CAMPER DOOOE 437-3444 Good wWiodtar doga. 129 368-0377CCLEWVTY. 1967. 16MM span bow.SYLVAN&18*6traMr1*S4200 720-3006 ft.M hp MarcuryMaapa 4. lacks Inckatad. MOO BALDWIN ACROSONIC ExcMsnl < 1 . 0 0 0 C M e v e s V-6, 20 hra, loadad. tr*tar, «M D 0 0 Atamtman canvaa. dowrwvoar*. raCal aftar Spm •ton. Asking •2230. -JBtaBLEftSCfrOftEXCHAMSsB P1ANO-GRINELL Concert Grand 421-5700 K I T T E N S Vat chackad 8 vaodnaiMota. 476-0714 dio. Icr. BMrte troina molar. traMr. HAGGERTY METALS. 14018 Hag- ad. HaaWiy mctataad babtaa rataad Upright Exodtant c o n d m o n 8125/mo. ta- tsndM books Cad IS*. TOO. 477-0361 PICK UP CAP M In. high, amaI SFORD 18*4 ha*ton.4*4, kom OA M Sd Schoolcraft wtai lowa. Alao; calico 1 yaar oM. Canaury 2 6 1 - 4 9 2 6 party Rd.. m To Marldtan W4 277 Aft CabBALDWIN ACROSONIC spkld p4- 8 4 6 » r 720-5202 490-09*0 aatad homaa onlyl 344-0181 m MO Ham kMdad,to*can-THOMPSON 10M aaa R^a^ttft.. S T FarmtagkonHM*.6t PIANO-Sankcfc consols. U k e now. 791-1206 cuddy cabta. 170 ^•taa. W o n d s r k i tone <1250 or b o d oftar. • moa old Playful. Mand- vaa.tt0.900/oftar. GREAT CASH PWCES B II mi mi in Lota of axtraa >10.000. 5*6-4216 FORO. 1073. F-100 Cuatom. Naw . 847-6IM imatalolo jood CENTURY ir 1079. maroon/whAa, PAID FOB USED ALBUMS - COlySA* whrtatamata T* whaal. al opUcna. Including gMa- tkao. 422-3*35 255-24 140 I.O. Marcury, low hourm. traMrTHOMPSON 18 ANO CASSETTES WILL PICKUP ouf room. 32 fl 10*7 Ford, craw cab totsd exiaa oneyeer. 1290. Cal ovea. SAMICK upright piano. b e o u M d •8700. Garaga Morad. 274-1804 LARGE QUANTITY atao a' r aMtila 522-3640 F ORO 1979 - pick up, F-1M. V-8. c o n d i t i o n , c h e r r y w o o d . 42- t a * . LAB PUPPIES, t S A M S J A M S automatic cap sicsl8nt condmon p o d d e d bench After Spm. 7 3 7 - 6 8 3 8 -V64679 PUNA POP UP CAMPER W78aaMhguar- CENTURY 1976. 1*H IL ata|MOFerndeto 547-7287 malaa * lamMaa. AKC. ham. •2500 or bed oBar. 647-9236 l/O. 168 hp 822-6296 ahora. a-z TRACKER 10M 522-3472 amaad 822-0231 - O n M t c o n d l - Lwonl* 40hpH ISS?*™ Sta^.tomaca.Varygoodo»h^ FORO 1M1 F150 Pickup, banc*. doHvory. tuned « warranty tSt oPrI tN E T1 PF Ir Ae nNcOhS. (2) ? 1-7*36 Won. •4.006 721 CANNON tor 630 1 Cont*nipor*ry. L A R G E D O G C R A T E Ai m na atyta W t Trolkno r ••00. MKNgon> Piano Co. 5*8-2200b o t h b t a c k . Y o u r c h o i c e M M I n orlglnd owner. >1300 or O P E N 7 D A Y S . •90. Good condition CENTURY 1970- T«*> anglnaa, 24 ww. ii r, powar SOUTHWMD 18*6 - 27 IL. Ctaaa ».oftar After 5:30PM. 70-2 c k x t a e delivery 647-4597 6*3-8736 R. Cabin Crulaar. Do avaryWng. »0«M.«T700 FANTASTIC TECHMCKSH » many axtraa 6. tuny sal cona tranar Taka ovar paymanta TROJAN - M IL Sadan.724-9006 Ksyboerd Digital sound Ongmeify STE1NWAY - 45 INCH CONSOLE, 4 KW Onanr-t3 5 ttk id. mlor FORO 1M2F1M O L D O R I E N T A L R U G S L H A S O APSO-blond. tamtaa 1 V 4 • 170 mo/baat534-0*07 261-3010 •8600. Ml tor <1900. CM 32^2177 SETSS W a n tad i •ft. cr walnut. H k a new. now 14500 mt a d an* aaa or condi crutaa. daak ak. am/lm/ V*. 4 speed. 6 cyknder. ak, stsrao. yaara old. <100. Ca* ahar 7pm 8 SONY km VUn i Cal 1-600-443-7740 394-6293 CENTURY. 10*4 - 20ft,170 hp, toMloaM cap. good eorii truck. S1800. Mrt 8 MM «M I KBMALL ORGAN. smsil 3*3-4727 SMILEY BROS. Marcury inboard/ outboard Naw vary low hour*. Cal: 313-032-1709U HAUL, 721-M chargor CM lamer mcxtaL MM Arm. PINBALL MACHINES wantad Any MATURE YORKK Tamar AKC. traiar. akTa. 87000 Evaa 645-5027 Dstrott 875-7100 condition. Ctaan your baaamanl M STARCRAFT 1072. 6 FORD 19M F350, dud rears. U 1 yr mala with ahol* Graat with kaat w V O O N G : 1967 44 fL Ooubta Cabin. 8 tires, atove. Icebox, aank data utMty body, automatic. V*. SPECIAL SALE 628-7797kida. 8390/baaL 647-1177 WM pey cosh Jim 3444796 CHAPARRAL 19*7- 23ft.270 Motor YacM. Varytowhours. Twincanvaa <6.200 CM Mon. thru Frl. grands. consotas 6 spinels. Birmingham cuatom irakar. aaoal- Oatrolt Otaaata. Fu»y Loadad' RaadyLots of Slorage. <1350 MINI-SCHNAUZER. 12 Yamaha. Stemwey. Kmv Birmingham Open Sun. 1-5 WE PAY CASH lor any type torkim. •23,900 476-5225 STARCRAfT, 1M7, StsrHyar pop- 8am-Spm tor Saaaon and PartocOy Makv truck*, machinery and equipment graa. AKC. Altar Spm USED UMOMT Piano Qraal tor up E»oa*ant condWon, Ska now. e»781 FORO 1*69 Ranger Ptdus. VS. 4 oravaa.MINI-SCHNAUZER. 12 CHAPARRAL 10*6 218XLC. tatnad Ca* 10 ontaald Store Opan Sun. 1-5 begrmmg laaaoni Baat Jftsr over Cal. aaktorTG. 544-7804 heM drive. M. 90.000 mla* 870-7225 graa. 2*0Marc. m ini Cuatom traaar WAYFARER - SMtooat. 16 ft. traa. M*00. Altar Spm 471-4302w 711 HMcai 433-39*3 AKC Aftar Spm 82800 Rune good EVOLA MUSIC Extra*. <10.900. Muat aaa. 686-1633 STARCRAFT-10*9. Sxoelent popMs, outboard motor. traMr, (2200. • 334-05*6 VIOLA 16m . wrm COM Only uaad738 * 4 up. staapa 6. oarao* kept Screen P E K I N G E S E PUPPIES 64*-1914 FORO. 19*6, F- ISO Pickup.OOO, 300 I• Household Pals 486-4*77 months. Excdtant condmon 4 6 CHEETAH TOM Mft.bow rUar. WHACRAFT 10*7 Antigua 2*6. aftroom S3500 After 2PM 456-0461 * cylinder. 4 apeed. ki I3M Mtod £ 7266970 450-2847 ADORABLE HIMALAYIAN kittens AKC. mala 8 lamala BaauWul • T H » WEEK ONLY A * 931-6128 SOhptaroa.traMr. LCQ dapth Und-cabin. MOOO/oftar 644-0029 67 lira., loadad. aacaMm SUNUNE. 1978. 20R. sleeps 6. bath, CdMMWporary Cong » • 334-5223 POMERANIAN YAMAHA D6R-2000 condition <31.000 8*0-3663 oven, s W V k . refngerstor. * • > 8 mora •4500. F O R D T O M F-150 • Cyanoer 4 • Tow choice offcMh- weinut. black I with sequencer. drum maicMna and ADORABLE KITTENS to good tan. S3S0. 522-743* apeed. overdrive, with cep. M.4M BUY IT HEETAH 1066- 16H ft bowrldw 525-0444 C 32ft.twin 270"*.•3.000 , axlras. Uka naw *1400. 895-1525 homa . Caa and Man 75 horaa powar outboard. Starao. WBXCRAFT-10*7 VILLAGE FORD 77 hours, alr/haal. mlcrowava. SUPER BUYI 24 ft Kayo* motor 4?5-717t ROTTWEILER PUPS 8 ADULTS traMr IM no— ksvt-aarc SELL IT 6 antraa. 84,000 501-9103 Loran. starao CMssfts. riosOsrit home 446 MemaUonel angina. Ful-LOT 2 Champion arad 276-S700 rd pacta 727 Vidso Games condmon Aakmg S72.500.397-2674 A K C D A C H S H U N D S or ly m H contained Generator Layaway or larma avaltatla. CHTttSS CRAFT 10M 1M LTD Oack FIND IT mintaiuras. Homa rawed pupplaa aacrtftoe, MOOO 6*4-6699 FORO 1119 F-150- Super Cab. 6 502-1229 • AlMKMy VCR's - Tapes boot with roOar traMr. Marcury crucylinder. automatic. 8ft.box Champion alrad stud sennce. terms. Classifieds laar Inboard/outboard, 200hp V-8, 807 Boat Parts LER - 6 waaka old. 5 toTERRY TAURUS 19*6, 23ft. travel < TO. 400 Grooming. Bob Albracht 522-03*0 ROTTWt SEE NEW laaaa Mdaoa m tha priva»11,900/baat. Mr " 2 mataa. J250 931-2406•rtraa. traMr Clean, a*. *ke now. (7000 or cy d y O u r own home bdore tha 591-0900 344-8332 (SI T) BASSE T7 HOUNO-6 month old beetoftar 061-093i FORD. 19M. Ranger. Super Cab," lo 12783 gsnerM pubMc. Wrtla to San-Mac. mala power (tearing 6 brakes, AMFM * Brown 6 white (150 SAMOYED puppy. AKC. S300 P O. 727. Plymouth, Ml 48170 Chry*tar.t078.Conquaror.ir. tM •OAT HOIST - Shora Station. Ona TIOGA. t9*6 -2flfl 644-1070 cassette, tl 1.000. 258-28*0 ' Old. <1500 hp.mboard/outboard. 316 V6. traa1 421-7650 Uonl Top notch partormanca. ataapestereo :SMILEY BROS. 1 ssat 607-04*0 S H E P A R D C O L L I E , mala. 1 M . yrv ar. ««o*Mnf•5.000/baal 538-1668 852-3222 FORO 10M - XLT. 5 Her. automatic, 6. loadad <127.500. 644-5791 loaded, 87s-7wo BEAGLE PUP - AKC. tan la. 12 old. nautarad Room to run. Good 728 VCR, TV, 8tereo, with or without i •47-1177 old. <150 CaU 474-8672 watchdog G A L A X Y too*. 10ft win bowrWar, C R U I S E M A S T E R T R A I L E R RAVEL TRAILER-Royal Supreme 081-0622 12O0to.capacity, oalyanttad. ^7a? . Open Sun 1-5 Hi-Fi, Taps Decks BOUVtER. AKC. Tofloodhoma 140 HP. Marcury, mint, axtra aqulp-T 1M7 32 It Excelanl condition Air SHEPHERD COLLIE mil. Ian) condition #426 721-6786 manL M.7M or baat dftar 032-0075 MITSUBISHI. 1085 Great runnmc 6. <8 995 PICA COLOR VIDEO camera. (Not only a 3 yr. old. mala, neutered. *t dog. naada room lo ru truck. <3.499 453-0027 888 Boat* A Motor* camcordar) bcilirl condtaon with Good vrtth children 442-04*3 companion, to good homa. 52 EBBTIDE 10*7- 170 808 VaMda A boartl/outboard. 2.3. w/traiar. taw FOX HILLS : BOUVIER daa FLANDRES Raapon- SHEPHERD MIX 6 month old. hra.. UTIUTY TRAILER - t il' ^89-8483 M am/fm caiaaoi, Chrysler-Plymouth bto homaa wsntedtor"Raacuad"apayad, a* ahota. ahy awaat paraon- dapth Ibidar. Boat Storags •7.700. with MdM8 light package. Uk* now496-8740 M1-3171r k dogs. Ca* 372,-0437 or 881-0200 akty Cat. lortolaa ana*. 6 montfia A A A S T O R A G E 729 CB Radios BKO 1070. ir. 140 amp Mercury good paraonaty. a* E WOLVERINE 1076 alda-ln camper. NISSAN 19*4 King Cab 6 Traders. Trucks CANARIES. 2 mala, baautllul cage old lamala. IMnad. IO. open bow. EZtoadtraMr. nioa Outdoor, wal 855-4136 condmon. 11ft.Staapa 4. aaM oontamod unit. 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CMM nsMs. 8660 REGAL 1 8 M S T A T I O N W A O O N 81150 or bed ml . oods Marm. M M . n o red d n t e r 643-8700 ACURA. 1M7 Integra LS. 6 apeed. FOX HILLS Low nMosgs. M M o o n d m o n , loodMl-0*53 FLEETWOOO 1 9 M Bra.igham. new S l 3 . 8 M / b O M 429-4541 darao rtantti. aunrod. red. FORO. 19*5. CLUBWAGON. <3*50•79M. e d <5000 4 6 4 - 3 * 3 1 p o i n t , n o w Urea, rasn i o a c o n d t a o n . C H E V E T T E 10*3 very good cond^ 537-0133 11-31^1 Bob Jeannotte Cal aftar 3 M.OM 4 7 7 - 6 7 2 * C A P R C E 1677 - P o w e i steering/ •9 M A Z D A B2200 P I C K UP aon. l o w mMs. automatic. 4 door. 261-3414 ACURA IM* Integra LS Sun-rod. SE 9 pec*.age Save Now ONLY Rm IBV ME R UF k. e m1 t9a*t3 t a- n Loooal odri I d E. a 5o o2 B. 0s MM S E D A N DEV1LLE I M 7 , W h i l e / N e d u p . 6 2 9 0 / o f t a r PONTIAC GMC • 10M After* 340-2978 L E B A N O N C O N V E R T I B L E 19M 4 7 7 6 2 3 2 <7.450 FORO. 1M6 XLT. 2 k amoaRaiii oondmon. M.OM. condHton After 4pm: Ptymouth, Ml 642-1079 Wether M . 0 M m M 8 1 1 M 0 CfTATION 19*3 - 2 door. au*oma*lc. chairs 6 1 traMr pack. 4 CM 4 7 6 - 6 M 1 C*FRCt tO 77. 2 tone BkJ* powar 34, 0 M m M a S2.4M 67 N I S S A N P U L S A R SE RJV1ERA 1 * 7 2 , M O S B d M c o n d M o n . 453-2500 brakM stndowe. steering. Am/lm AUOH9*6, 40008 M200 4 door. TOWN 6 COUNTRY DOOGE cruMe. only 17 jOM « M • 11.4M Twin cam. 16 vakie engine, t-tope. k M y l o a d o d . I M c u o n g l • M s t o r e d S E D A N D E V H . L E starao Naw brsfcM 6 trsns. Looks 6 Grand M.000 CM after 5pm 456-04*68 spaed. M. *ter* , Rhmr/Orchard Lake Rd. HONOA 19*6, CMc SI. 9 apeed, akl low mMs. only S7.0M Muat see <5600 15* 127* < 1 9 0 0 0 C M M a n t h r u F r l . 8 p m - Runs Good M75 CRESTWOOD 427-0020 stereo rmitle Sun rod Exce*em 47 FORO. 1M6 Club Wagon 30.000 Mud SM. surgery Evee. 656-4806 B p m . S a t . > O o m - 2 p r n. corxMon <6300 RIVIERA 1BM. loaded. was m a m mMa.>10.2M CAPRKE 1078 0 p 663-66*8 *7 M A Z D A RX-7 Sport A U D I tM7 50006 C O R V A I R . T O M . Z-24. 56. S M rMtas. S E D A N DEV1LLE I B M . l o a d a d . L a w mMs. loadad. Only SlOMO on. arad t Norih Brdhsrs Ford 421-137* 2 421-5700 Mfe.kha i 4 7 6 6 4 2 8 or 2 2 6 - 6 I M g o o d oondMon. 5 7 M 0 m L 85600/ HONOA-1M7. CMC. 4 door M TOYATO CEUCA OT L.B MM 422-3215 loadad. new nras. S46M er bad. Af•12JM0. FORD IM* Club Wagon XLT. *( _. b a M Oftar. A l t a r 5 p m 422-3375 5 speed. AM/FM rstsilli. tl LEBARON 1079 - VS. M RIVIERA I B M n u b y r e d. l o a d e d . oondmon M7M3aM» crutae. •anger 302 eutomaUc overdrive, AUDI 6000. IM*, CS Turbo CAPRK* IBM Clinic. baauMd low m M a <8 960 AM/FM stereo 75.000 e x e c u t h w c a r . tactory e x s • n d o d w e r S E D A N D E V H . L E 1 9 M , p M O n u m . c o r . d r i v e * race t o o < 2 8 0 0 C M d - E L C A M * I O . 1976. Au*Oim a d e w M t traiar lowing, loaded 54K mMa. tatmacuiate Mud aad HONOA 19*7 - CRX HE. Exdtant TOYOTA CEUCA GT* m the gsadtas S 7 M Rrw . C M S d renty <16.500 2 4 7 - 3 6 5 1 w e t h e r m t a r i o r . toa •dod. low rdtoe. Naw Uras.brMM M100. M7-06M After 8pm tor 6 P M 593-2414 2SS-6453 oondmon. imnwoiaw M. am/lm M d t a m o o n only 581-6438 <19.800 Aftar 6 p m 363-0317 Loaded with a* ma toyd M. O M L EBARON 1*62. Mk. power S K Y H A W K 1 9 * 4 P o w a r s l s s r i w e . d SM. 6*0-0207 FORO, 1M6, Window Van. E-150. CAPRICE. 1BM. CLASSIC V-8. «6* X-10. G E O M E T R O I B M 9 *P4a d . a o c a t - Myted whM brakes, automatic, am/fm. M . SEVILLE 19*3. Skje 2 tone, axesiXLT. 1 own*r. loaded MOOO or hard lop. stored 2*.000ml. HONOA 19*7 CRX. 5 speed. M. 65 TOYOTA TERCEL M n t c o n d t t o n . 17.000 m*M 15.DOC •MOO. Marm, Vary g o o d o o n d m o n . 7 7 . 0 0 0 M M ahepe. <4100 b o r a eon 6 3 0 a m <3.750 A l lor 5 p m 72B-30M 437-8245 5 speed menud.winters. M300/bed. d b o o t . C A I 5 p w t - * p m 722-W71 CM*Ml*. 27.0M adud mMs, mint Low mMa Greet krat i , Now only m M s J S I . B O O . 453-6364 4:30pm. 398-4039 651-7880/861-0707 condmon. MMO 032-0*67 M.OM C A P R I 1 9 7 6 M i l e rud. < 4 7 5 FORO 1M7- Bivouac Conversion, LE ARO N 19*4hd- C« M P A L A 1*78. t r a n a p o r t a B o n car, C SKYHAWK 1 9 8 4 - Turtoo. V e r y S E V I L L E 1983 m o j n r o o f , c o m p u l rOBM Edition, power. 4*K. Ike M7-2BM loaded. Cotor TV, much more. BMW. 1077. 530L <2900 or reooorv n a w brakes. M M After 2 p m 1M7 Wagon. s h s r p 75.000 h w y m M s . S 4 5 M o r o r . M w e t h e r >oe>s e d , Brat < 4 2 0 0 64 HONOA ACCORO LX 647-9611 • 11.0M or bed oftar Sbta oftar 4*6-0641 HONOA53.000, 522-2236 496-1366 5 * takes Days-Mr K M a k . 568-4884 Automatic, power everything Mud b a d FORO, 1M7 - FtaMfted Inside, exceiLEBARON 19*6 runs CAVALIER CONVERTIBLE 10M - 5L O O f U N G F O R S M A L L MW 1000 - 7331. high mMa. loadl thM one. S K Y H A W K . 1 9 6 6 - A u t o m. a r d s s . lent oondMon. tranatarabia warrarv- B we* A M / F M *EV*i£ f*M OMy 52.220 lady ML <3000 ad. m brakes, good condmon. HONOA 10M Accord. LX 4 door, SUBURBAN TOYOTA AUTOMATICS? W e hev* many to am/lm r i a i M l i . power ty. >7.500. CAI M7340-4838 M. 4 M bed oftar CM Pam, 737-60M automatic, low mlaa. axcManl o chooM f r o m C a B N o w b r M M n e w Ures. M t o c t a r&zi S7M8 643-6500 TYME AUTO Bob Jeannotte FORD. I9M. XLT. dub wagon. V*.B8j dmon.t11.5M 932-3443 m u f B s r S2.BS0. 786-IBM HtaM Part UncoSn Marcury MW Ml 3201. 51.700 EBARON 10M Plymouth 466-5686 L t*ssingn. many options ndudCT rwarMtehelne. TOP PAK> FOR CLEAN MPORTS S K Y H A W K 1 9 M . l o a d e d , g o o d o o n 463-2424 art. 4M aunrt PONTIAC GMC HONOA 19M - CRX SI. Mos. ceetraiar tow. axcMant c C A L L ERIC: 643-85M ExceMnt <4.500 271-4378 M A L M U 1*74 C l M S l c . M s « c s M n t ssoe. Comp.Ta' a . 37.000 mMs. exd m o n . • 4 0 0 0 / n o o o B a b t a S E V I L L E 1864Stack. Mather. * 16.000 mMs. »T2.700. 346^479 Ptymouth. Ml SPITFIRE- Red withD e b b y . 6 4 7 - 7 3 0 0 / 3 7 3 6 6 1 1 loaded LaaMsni condltton. M.8M LEBARON-1M7. Coupe. S I I C M M I 10*3 3201 While, aunroof tras. exoaaam condmon. 761-07*3 TRIUMPH 1973top < 1 5 O 0 A » s t 543-6682 2*1-6645 453-2500 FORO. 1060 Aaroetar XLT. 8 pes- BMW -mlM, or bed oftar 640-1940 conddon. loaded turbo, automatic, baauttKM) maintained.HONOA. 19*8 - Prelude SL loadad. SKYHAWK IBM Ltd Wagon aangar. loaded, naming boerds/ 75,000 M.6M. 429-8973 w/grey « M*ent condmon. MjXW MONTE C A R L O S S 1 9 M - T-tops. sun roof. Black w/bieek Intsrelor. 4 4 . 0 M m M s , m o p t i o n ) e x c M n r i l 8EVILLE 1965 - whMa. rod mtarior. CAVALIER RS 10M stnp^g. 16.750 rMtas. r Days 332-7400. or Eves 5466714 20K m*M. <12.900 M1-2004 VOLVO, 1978. 2 door. MM or beeto o n d m o n S 4 2 M 8 4 4 - 3 2 1 6 MrndOMd top. NJOO mMa. mM M. sm/lm :ssi We. sherp 6 tporty b u c k e t s w / c o n a o t a . VS. p o w a r wlr. 949-7783 43.000 r a. S6400 <12.565 After 5:30pm dows 6 locks. M L crums. c n i i t l i . 84.777 531-4*75. S M to sppradMM. 863M 466-2172 MW 1003 52OE S K Y H A W K . 1687, S I M s t a r a o . M . LEBARON 1M7W CONVERTIBLE MONOA-1988. Pcskids. wtMe. a •nmacuMM condmon (AVE. S7.4M FORD IBM Aaroatar. Eddie Bauer B 75.000 nk Bob Jeannotte mint condition. 16,OM mMa. VOLVO 1083 244 GL auto loaded:r o a r w i n d o w d a f o g < 4 4 M o r b o d turbo loadad Low M. power locks/wlndowo nicMsnl record. Reduced lo MOOO 553-5029rod, B 4C Qfl 4 fl 888 Chavrolet <11.000 737-2*06 sunroof,to*powar, 88.000m. rm. ExcMExcel- o f t a r C M CRESTWOOD <12.500 PONTIAC GMC 446-6424 S K Y L A R K TB77 - r a M DOOOE HONOA-MM. ACCORD LX 4 door,lent condition S4.500^^^^MMM B E R E T T A O T 10M Sherp. black Plymouth. Ml FORO. 1989 conversion by Unrver- BMW • 10*3 638CSI 56.000 mMa.loaded. 9 000 IMM. MCMWH con-VOLVO T9M 740. MB, TurHO sd. Loaded. 11800 mMs. Me now. 421-5700 453-2500 cared tor. to • 12.900 Evee. SSM, M down loadad. black cherry. 42.000 LWM'Si^r-Plymouth 929-7004 <14.900 346-3052 SKYLARK I B M - Noodt Iront and MM9 . A M tor Don d M O N T E C A R L O 1 9 8 1 a • a n . g o o d sBgnmoM. cracked M nd MMdd. HONOA 19*0 CRX SL loadad. OMC SAFARI 19M SLE. 8 | condMon. s u t o m M i c . 1 0 • n o r . V-6. <1200 C M DonrM. 478 I M 6 power daarlng 6 brakae, ML starao. warranty, exodlent condition. VOLVO TOM 7401 Turt» NEW YORKER 19*6 FWh Ai gar Loededn Lxcekeni co <2 W O 3466923 Mah red. IneneciMaa condmon B M W 1004 2 door. 31M. naw M.4M. 346-3264 Black, Ian Mat h si . Take-over 33 mo. Mnt condWon. 58 .000 H •900 mMs. <13.500. CM 867-7663irsnanMMaii 6 brakes. *unrod, SKYLARK I B M UilMod. 4 d o o r . a u CtaaranM Pnca SS.4M d 48 mo MOM MM mo. 644-8161 Hon. Clearance Priqa M 805 MONTE CARLO tomaBc. M . A M - F M tereo cee0. V6. HONOA 10M GMC STARCRAFT. 10*2 - Conver-stereo MOOO tMok. M.4M ml s o f t s . M L m a n y e x t r a s M u d ooe. x. m. o CRESTWOOD NEW YORKER. 19*7. Turbo sion Van. M OOO mles. loaded, now Mud be seen >U CRESTWOOD <2800 852 Classic Cara 296-202* MW 1064 533.. perfect oondmon. •11. OM. fVYVtf ed. am Maiil • i — B k llraa <4.000 or baM oftar 2*8-5453B tow mMs. M options. Si 1,OM or M O N T E C A R L O 1S*7H SS Haded, gray manor MMO/bad 462 B U I C K 1071. Centurion ConverttSKYLARK. 1 9 M . O w n ML 10*616. H Y U N D A I . 1M7. GLS 3 door. auk>PLYMOUTH VOYAGER 19M - Ao- M Oftar. 474-2406mebc. sunroof, sm-fm tape. 23.000bta. TotMy reatored. triple while. 421-5700 varytawmMs. traMr hMch. extend421-5700 ed warranty 810 .SMfkvn 422-4233 SUNDANCE MW 19*9 316- 2 door. 5 mMa. Mud sad MOM 655-4105 power. 494-4 berrta. Me naw. 3 7 , 0 0 0 m B M M J 0 0 / o f t e r 8 6 4 - 6 2 4 0 BERETTA 10M GT- Rod. Mnt eon-CAVAUER 19*4 TOWN 8 COUNTRY OOOGE B 21.000 mMs. • 12.500 CM: 858-2230 632-7437S O M E R S E T 1 9 * 7 - 2 d o t w. a h a r p . 1 Mirk. M.OM mMs. encsMiil power atsartng. M Grand RKer/OrcMsrd Lake Rd. condMon. MONTE CARLO tB04. 61.0M mMs. M.6M 477-8375 JAGUAR 1077 XJ6L- Mini condl- CADILLAC. 10M - 4 door, mint Inte*L high mM*. medtUcdh e 474 o w n e r ,towttataa, b t a a , M l i n s s r i Hon, 51,000 orlglnd m 522-2131 l aannt w/equaMar. power door*, <1900. CM eves 2 6 ^ BMW, 1085, 325E. 2 door, Mtom Mnco 10M M.OM/besJ 003-7332 rior. garaged Mnce 1967. Origind o r . tody o w n e d M J M . 8 M 0 7 * 2 wtadoaa, VOYAGER 1M4 LE - 2.8, 7 trunk 8 brsfeas. S11.0M CAVAUER 1004 CSlow mlaa rleafl* work. M900/baeL M. kM NOVA 1078 - 2 door. 306 V-6. am/ gar. M. «. cnMe. slsreo. 73,OM C JAGUAR 10M - loaded, dark Mue AJr. em/fm stereo kn. 4 apeed. naw battary. good rubmMs. sacMsnt condWon <4900 • 12.790 dark B E R E T T A I B M - GT. loadad. aun bar SM SM or Sun S4i0 425-30*2ARCS 19*9 - 4 door automMic. M 429-2332 BMW 10M 329E. 2 door. 24.0M ADILLAC 1076 - Redwood brouor o d . Mumlnum rod. mud eM. Bed o«er. 348-01MC ham Unique factory linlMtO CS/ miss, one owner. snoeOsnt VOYAGER 10M. Automatic" •7.4M Rod. 1 9 . 0 M m t a i. M . 9 0 0 779-0274 M.NOVA XJ-6. Loaded, goodam/fm Mereo on oondmon. <11.800 640-7645 JAGUAR 19*3 FM TOWN 6 COUNTRY DOOGE crates. :mmi, M. c safei,523.OM Mtae. A-1 oondmon.B E R R E T T A 1981 O T . v * . 5 a p e e d . CAVAUER 10M RS. autamanc. rear deioc <8500 Mud aM. vinyl top. 22.000 body good.S2750/or bad seal siicMsnt. M2M. 626-4640 BMW. 10M. 329 Coupe, 5 speed, ocondmon. M 453-3457 Grand RNar/Orchard Lake Rd 30*-0646 or 661-4236 wheals. IlrarrML 48.000 mMa. no BROUGHAM. IMS. i 450-9165 l o a d e d . M . O M r s e s < 8 8 0 0 or b e d 474 . <4.250 •unroof. M. CxoMsnt condmon njd. remerkable condmon. M O M VOYAGER. 19M. 9,500 mMs. i««derlud tuned up. S17.5M 540-20M MAZDA 19*2 RX-7 Only 40.000 oMer A f t e r 6 P M 346-12M 642-MM CAVAUER 10M Z24 coupe. Excdwarranty. 2.5 liter, must SOU ASPEN. TS78. 4 Door, powar slssrmMs.64.4M C A M A R O I R O C . 1 9 8 6 - R e d . s t o r e d Mnt condtion. wltae car. SMVod. »ia.7M. 552-0715 BMW 10M. 7354. 48.000 ml . black Ing/brskM. M. em-fm t*t EaCeMM UvorM Owysler -Plymouth 52V7804CHEVY NOVA 1980. V-8. 2 door. wtaMrm. M a m M . 16.OM mMs. mechanic M MM/bad 961-0652 w/btack Interior, loaded, phone. MAZDA 10*2 RX 7. toronedo diver. Orlglnd ownerl ExceMnt condmoni <10,506 466-3183 4966*71 7S.0M rd. SM m if|. CxosMnt con-5 spaed. AipMa stereo. 85.000ml 42.0M mMs- <2001 824 Jasps A Othar NOVA 10M ASPEN 10*0-ftmgood ki good dmon <33.500 433-3789 300-2317 Good oondmon <2700/bed. After CA66ARO 1070 2-26. 23.0M oriMndCAVAUER 10M. V24. loadad. taw ow mMs. a shape. Good 1 CHRYSLER. 19M ImparieL Ariione COUPE OE VILLE T064- RWD. load4-Wheal Drives •Mas. garaga ML Me now S7M0 M.700 lbrakM. M. <5700 •4M ar baaL -CHEVROLET CORVETTES ' •1M0. ed good condmon. ar bad aftar. dtar noon. 406-1124 640-1038 BLAZER S-10 10*4 Red. V-6, 5 daMlnpa, Mather, power win 353-20*6 Dsrk btos. MJSO MAZDA 1062 RX7, Ikefhom red. - sm-kn Miiii. M, speed. 87.0M locks, stamlnum wheels, period 6 with CAMARO. 1082. Z-2*. V-8. 4 apeed. CELORTTY 10B2-V*. M. . deep red Interior, automatic. CORVETTE 1076, rod. black SI nud aM. S17M d <4000/tied Mud origind condmon. SAVE. Si 1.4M M, loaded mod opoans. now Mas. 74.M0 Rune good. Mud M option* Indudng or. loaded. S75M Rhrtars Converb-ELDORADO. 1*7t gara^kapt^l MBM, ttMB/booL 478-0724 MLenn boat CMi •n. - 531-1751 Before 2pm n. 326-4791 moon rod. <2.809 CM Snanoe withbta 19*3. ceded MSM. M1CRESTWOOD MIVM?""' * 966M44 smM down. No co-wgner* BLAZER 19*0 K-6 4X4 Rud-frea, t£io C A M A R O 10M Z M Blue, taw C O L T 1 M B GT. i D O O G E FORO 1990 F1- Rsatnred. QriginM ELDORADO 1975^* Florida beauty, spar* ore n* TYME AUTO VILLAGE FORD Show winner 3 yrs. S7.5M 421-5700 426-6973 LOT 2 276-6700 JEFF BENSON MAZDA 10M 626LX • Loaded. tTRUIUMUBBja -OV1C. 19M WAGON. Honda: Gray. IMP ALA 19*0 - Convertible, buefc9 speed. M. cmmi. 5.800 m*se. <3500 S Q S O k M * . WW I am,. Like now <0.500 496-63*7 MAZDA ISM. RX-7 Air. power Me new. 390-4 band. M.OM. A* BLAZER 10*7 S-10 Spori. loadad,CONQUEST 1087 TSL SM. Bur- sunroof. apeed. add! owned 6 sunroof, newer brakM, I tree, gandy Mother Merior. 20.000 mMs.mamtemed5 Ntoa. MlM 776-14*6 HtaM Psrk Lincoln Marcury shock*, MOOO/oftar 427-07W Mmttl Warranfyfl Quick BeM M600MAZDA 1M7 RX7. red. 5 463-2424 ext 4M BLAZER. 1M7. S-10 Tahoe. V-6. 2.8 i. Garden City 522-1228 apoiisr ptbtt-. iter M E R C E D ES 1676 450SL. brown an tlon. <9.500 or beel 453-8730 r. r HI 31" CONQUEST 18M TBI red. Ma Mi option Aftar Bpm. 963-00*7 12.0M MAZDA 1067. RX-7. 63.0M mMa. it. mud SMta*ppf*c'M*, <11.600 mkss. < 15 400 or bad aftar hbMML toadad. gray. <7300 BLAZER 10M S10. 4J VS. Tafto, M. powar Msarmc-brsnes. * 1075 STING RAY. Days. 471-0700 Evas 9*1-4735 Days. 030-6SM Eves 6 WMlft 16.0M itMSS. <11.500 427I oondmon. 350 MAZDA 1967, RX-7. diMCOd gray. BRONCO H 1064 - On* owner, v-6. 8 Meed, new ttras 8 exhoueL rhaud. 8420& after S weekday* % 397-8400CORVETTE. 1976 Stingray. T-tops.MAZDA 1967 - 62*GT-turbo, loadOOEL A REPLICA ROADSTER M.OM mOss. origlnM owner. M.OMad. naw Mras. 46.0M mMs. exosi- M 471-4172 Only 1.640 34*-0114. Move milisgi CORVETTE 1*76 - Stai automatic. 1-lops. M700 BRONCO 8 IBM Eddta 461-564*: 453-5020 taw mitaaps. »7.350 I M.OM mMs. M options, as warranty, rud proof 6 pekit nalint. 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MUSTANG I S M GT- Dark gray w/ Air. auto alarm, caaF-150 I S M XLT. SuparcM. auto35,000 m M s $7,300 matic. crutoe. air. radto. 1: asaslts. — 254-2646 cap. traMr package V-6. dual tanka *7OOm0ek$13.8M 421-5515 MUSTANG. I S M GT Rad. Bunrool loadad. non-smokar. must ba sasnl GRANAOA. 1S7S - Powar > M staartng 6 JEFF BENSON shapa. $650 or OUAUTY AUTOMOBILES 667-6261 562-7011 GRAND TORINO. 1675 Florida car MUSTANG. 19M LX Coupa. Dark Runa 6 looks good. Air $1650 or Mua. automatic, many sxlraa. beM 442-0114 Baspar. 240-1561 $4,780 LET US SELL YOUR CARI On Conaignmanl aMUng tor a l Chovy anaad. bonded di MUSTANG 1M7 - Automallc. Mr TYME AUTO am/lm caesatte. cruise, power PtymouM locks, candy sppn rad Snarp

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W A S : $17,034

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Air conditioning, 2.9 liter V-6 engine, automatic overdrive transmission, 215 outlined white lettered ail s e a s o n tires, stereo cassette, power steering, tachometer, rear sliding window, c h r o m e s t e p bumper, cast aluminum wheels, tinted glass, cigar lighter, d o t h split bench seating. Stock # 1 7 9 7 .

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1990 F-150 XLT

1990 ESCORT LX

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NOW: 10,495*

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W A S : $10,617

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"Our whole defense did well except for Russell hurting us with her speed," Johnson said. "1 thought Marshall bad a great game. Sbe had the job of marking Russell, but there wasn't anything sbe could do on the free kick (on which Russell scored ber first goal). "We had a lot of chances on pressure, but we could easily have lost by one. Emmett made some big plays, too. Tbey were good on breakaways. We'd play down there for 10 (minutes), and they'd get a breakaway."

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The final score was the same so it was not unusual that the two coaches had the same impression of Monday's girls soccer game. Don Smith and Ken Johnson applauded their defenses and talked of the valuable experience gained by their younger players after stateranked powers Plymouth Canton and Plymouth Salem battled to a 2-2 draw. With both teams returning from spring break and not having played a game in 14 days, neither coach was unhappy with the tie, either. "This was our first really big game," Johnson of Salem said. "After tbe holiday, we have some adjusting and catching up to do. "Whoever had lost would have been thinking they were a little unlucky. No team really grabbed bold of it."

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'We know we can play with anybody now. Nobody is going to blow us away by any means.' — Don Smith Canton soccer coach

SALEM SCORED early in tbe game wben Erin Harvey used a header to convert Amy Krajewski's throw-in, the first of two assists by her.

BOTH COACHES attributed that, in part at least, to the play of their defenses.

Salem pulled even early in the second half on sophomore Lisa Ferguson's goal, but tbe Rocks, wbo scored both goals off corner throw-ins, continued to press the attack but without additional success.

"Sbe did that three or four times last year," said Johnson of Krajewski, "and she got into a routine of doing that It's one of the strongest, for a girl, that you'll see. "Amy had a good field game, too. Sbe was kinda the hero, because (allstate forward Micbele) Minton was pretty well held."

The Rocks (1-0-2) scored first but Canton (2-0-1) took a 2-1 ha If time lead on a pair of Jenny Russell goals. Salem, however, had tbe advantage for much of the second half, but the Chiefs survived the pressure.

"I THINK we got tired," Smith said. "Usually, we come on strong in tbe second half. I think they wore us down. We'll have to work a little harder.

Russell, following an interfe call against Marshall, tied tbe game with ber direct free kick, and sbe later took a pass from Connell in front of the Salem goal to put tbe Chiefs ahead at ha If time

"Our freshman sweeper and keeper did a good job." Smith of Canton said. "This was a good test for us. We know we can play with anybody now. Nobody is going to blow us away by any means. We felt bad about tying, but we know we're ready."

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Playing No. 5-rated Salem, Smith said, was good experience for Kathy Bahr, the new sweeper, and goalie Jori Welchans, wbo stopped 10 of 11 shots in the secood half and 16 of 18 for the game. Their play on defense, as well as that of stopper Erin Morgan (senior) and fullbacks Danielle Meyka (soph-

omore) and Laurie McNamara (junior) was crucial to preserving the tie, according to Smith.

"They had a little momentum in the second half and were taking it to us, although we could easily have won it there." Ninth-rated Canton broke out of its end late in the second half for ooe of its few chances, a good ooe that was foiled by defender Jennifer Marshall and keeper Jenny Emmett Freshman forward Colleen Connell and Russell bad a 2-on-l breakaway, but Emmett came out of to snuff a shot by Connell. then screened off Russell, tbe AllAmerican. to keep her from scoring while Emmett was out of position.

"She's a tough player," said Smith of Russell, wbo played all but a few minutes. "I have to get ber out of there and give her a break, but wben tbe pressure is on we need tbe offense. "But wben we're tired we're not going to get any offense, either. She'd never admit to being tired, but I have to get her out for a rest" Welchans tipped the throw-in leading to Krajewski's secood assist but couldn't bold it, and Ferguson redirected the rebound for tbe tying goal at 57:30 in tbe secood half.

Chiefs regain relay title fey Dan O'Meara Start writer rPlymouth Canton's girls track team relied oo superior depth and possibly its youth to win the Lady Chief Relays for the second time in three years Saturday. Canton scored 69 points to edge runner-up Adrian ((5) and distance itself from contenders Farmington Hills Mercy (49) and Plymouth Salem (40). Defending chamfgon Livonia Stevenson was fifth with 39 points. 'The key point is that we scored in 12 of the IS scoring events," Canton coach George Przygodski said. "In a meet with so many teams and individuals, you have to score in a lot of events, and we had the depth to be able ts do that" With tbe meet taking place on the final weekend of ^ r i n g break this year, the Chiefs might, ironically, have enjoyed an advantage with the number of young but talented athletes on their team. * "I can't speak for the other teams, but we have a young team," Przygodski said. "And when you have young kids they tend to stay in town as opposed to the Older kids. "WE MD have our share of kids who weren't there. You have to run with tbe kids you have, and obviously y t were pleased with tbe results." Tbe Chiefs won only one event — tbe shuttle hurdle aelay in which Karina Kilpelainen, Angela Fountain, ghristina Korach and Michelle Lee comprised the wini n g foursome — but tbey were secood in four others and finished no lower than fifth in seven others. In addition to the shuttle hurdle unit that set school

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"WE WERE in the meet tbe whole way," Przygodski said. "We were scoring in every event, so we didn't fall behind by a lot We had a lot of thirds, fourths and fifths that kept us in position to finish where we did." turn to Page 3

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Like A via, a pair of Redford Catholic Central High grads are No. 2 and trying harder. Both Eric Knuth and Pete Elezovic each feel more of a part of the - University of Michigan football squad after their respective performances Saturday in tbe annual BlueWhite spring game. Knuth, a second-year player, has improved his stock immensely and appears to be ready to back op returning starter TJ. Osman at middle guard. And Elezovic, in his first full season with the Wolverines, apparently has moved up In the kicking race behind retumeeJ.D Carlson. Elezovic kicked a 48-yard field goal in the first quarter and came Eric Knuth back with a 36-yarder in tbe third period to account for all of the Blue team's points in a 31-8 loss to tbe be may have been trying too hard. Every time you kick In practice, it White at Michigan Stadium. "JIX's the No. 1 kicker," Elezovic has meaning, but not like it does said. "He had a great season last wben you're out in front of an audiyear. I'm just going to have to wait ence. "Carlson will probably be our for a chance. It's Carlson's job and only his to lose. But hopefully in tbe kicker, but you always need a No. 2. future maybe I can do some With-his performance today, bell probably be our No. 2 kicker. It gives kickoffs." him an advantage, but I don't know ELEZOVIC undoubtedly moved if anything has been cemented." Knuth, Elezovic's teammate on - ahead of John Albertson with a tbe Blue squad, saw limited action strong snrine showing. And tbe CC grad showed be could last fall for tbe Wolverines. He wss boot the ball from a distance through used in goal line situations against the narrower goal-posts, which will both UCLA and Ohio State and also played against Maryland. be of pro-dimensions this fall. He recorded three solo tackles and I t didn't look that much smaller," said Elezovic, a Farmingtop Hills one assist, but was far from satisfied native. "I didn't notice a difference. about the Bines' outcome in tbe You still have to put it in there. I feel spring game. "I couldn't believe it, tbey (White great about what happened today squad) kept putting it in the end and overall I had a good spring." the Plymouth native with Elezovic, an All-Observer per- zone," said perspiring off his face. "But former two years ago as a punter, sweat fun. Once you get out there ifs turned down a football scholarship it's intense. You get to tee off on to Central Michigan to walk on at U- pretty people." M "I wanted to got to a school in Michigan and Central called me on a Sunday night and said tbey wanted 7 wanted to go to a me to make a decision right away," " school In Michigan, Elezovic recalls. "Coach (Tom) Mach (of CC) made some calls for me and and Central called me Michigan State finally said tbey on a Sunday night and would take me as a walk-on, hot I said they wanted me to always wanted to go here (Ann Ar. bor). I just wanted a chance I told make a decision light Centrall was gb&felniwlMn Michiaway. Coach (Tom) gan decided to take me as a walk-on on I changed my mind." Mach (of CC) made Coach Gary Moeller also came some calls for me end away impressed with his new-found Michigan State finally kicker. ••

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f o o t b a l l WITH OMAN, a fifth-year senior and fixture at middle guard, Knuth's wish is that bell be used as a swingman. His main competition is Eric Graves. "Last year T J . swung with Mike Teeter (wbo graduated) in certain situations," Knuth said. "I hope something like that works out for me. Tm hoping that's what the plan is — t f f o n j string." Knuth is also finding out what life is like without Bo Schembechler. "Everybody respects him (Moeller) because he's been around here for 19 years, but then again he's not Bo and we're going to miss Bo," said tbe former CC All-Stater. "But whoever is coaching, we've got something to prove. We're,still Michigan. There haven't been too many structural changes. Tbe first three weeks we had some marathon practices. We had s 140-play scrimmage last Saturday (April 14)." The 6-foot-2, 248-pound Knuth finished spring term Wednesday and will spend the next term taking eight credit hours before heading up north to his parents' summer home. For two other Wolverines, tbe summer will be spent doing rehabilitation in tbe weight room RUNNING BACK Tony Boles, s fifth-year senior from Westland John Glenn, began light running last week after undergoing knee surgery in December. "Boles is like hitting the lottery if he plays," Moeller said. 'That would be like a big bonus. Right now we're going as If be wont play." Another starter, fourth-year linebacker Alex Marshall of Redford Bishop Borgess, sst out the spring game with a partial ligament tear to his knee. Surgery, however, is not in Marshall plans. A summer of strengthening will be sufficient, according to U-M tea doctors. And like Elezovic and Knuth, both Boles and Marshall may find themselves In backup roles wben fall drills begin. _Tbey too, will have something to shoot for.

said they would take me as a walk-on, but I always wanted to go here (Ann Arbor).' — Pete Elezovic former CC kicker

Kowalski. who entered with the score tied 2-2, pitched to six batters and struck out three, allowing no hits and raising his record to 3-0. "He really pitched well," Salem assistant coach Dale Rumberger said. "His velocity has picked up a lot I Can't remember wben I've seen him faster." Rumberger added he was pleased with Paluk, too. Paluk walked two batters in the bottom of the first inning when Central took a 2-0 lead, but be retired the next 11, eight on ground outs. He allowed three hits, struck out two and walked four in five innings. "He got to 67 pitches, and this time of year that's about as many as he needed to go," Rumberger said. Eric Nielson was 3-for-4 and had the game-winning hit, a two-run single, in the seventh inning. Brian Rudolph, Scott Niemiec and Kevin Craggs had two hits apiece. Niemiec bad a leadoff double in tbe seventh and scored two runs, and Craggs knocked in the tying run (2-2) in the fourth Tracy Ewald drove in the first Salem run in the secood inning. The Rocks bad 12 liiis but left too many runners stranded, Rumberger said. Salem left the bases full in the third, fourth and sixth innings, and they loaded them again in the seventh but moved the runners around that time. Salem dropped a double-header on Saturday, losing 11-3 to Lansing Everett and 3-2 to Lansing Eastern at Centennial Educational Park. Jeff Be lisle and Mike Makowiec were the losing pitchers, respectively. Dave Makowiec started the Eastern game and left with a 2-1 after throwing 70 pitches In the Eastern game, Niemiec had an RBI fielder's choice, and Nielson drove in the other ran with a sacrifice fly.

Geoff Allen pitched a no-hitter Tuesday to lead Plymouth Canton to an 18-0 pounding of Northville in Western Lakes Activities Association baseball. Allen walked a man with two outs In the seventh inning to just miss recording a perfect game. He struck out 11 and has gone 21 innings without giving up an earned run. Ron Groh (three hits and four RBI), Chris James (two hits and two RBI) and Jason Demby (two hits and two RBI) were tbe leading offensive performers for the Chiefs. Tbe win moved Canton's record to 5-2 overall and 3-0 in tbe Western Division of tbe WLAA. At home on Saturday, Canton split a pair of games with two tensing teams, losing 5-3 to Eastern in the first and winning 8-0 over Everett in the second. The Quakers woo the first game with two runs in the seventh inning via three walks, two errors, a hit batsman and a single. John Anthony went 8% innings for tbe Chiefs and took the loss. He gave op ooe earned ran, allowed two hits and struck out five. Scott Kennedy relieved Anthony in tbe seventh and finished up. Tbe Quakers scored three runs in the first frame and made them bold up until the sixth. Chris James homered in the first Inning for Canton, and the Chiefs tied the game in the sixth inning on a two-ran single by Dave Makara. In the nightcap, Coleman Flaskamp tossed a shutout in his first varsity game for tbe Chiefs. Flaskamp allowed two hits and struck out 10 while going the distance. "He pitched a marvelous ballgame," Canton coach Fred Crissey said. Tbe Chiefs got oo the board in the fourth Inning on a single by Shawn Branam, a stolen base and a single by Ron Groh. They padded their lead in the fifth inning on a tworan double by Jason Dembny. Makara (five hits) and James (four hits) were tbe top hitters during tbe double-header

MANISH NANDANI pitched out of a jam in the seventh inning and led Plymouth Christian to a 7-8 victory Tuesday over host Warren Bethesda. Bethesda put runners on second and third with none out in the seventh before Mandani bore down and ROB KOWALSKI earned his third pitching victory struck out the side. Mooday as Plymouth Salem rallied to defeat host Mandani gave up eight hits, walked six and struck Walled Lake Central 4-2 in Western Lakes Activities out 12 on his way to the win. Association baseball. He also contributed offensively, banging out two hits, Kowalski, wbo pitched the last two innings in relief of starter Jeff Paluk, has the decision in all three of scoring three runs and driving in a pair of runs. Salem's victories. Tbe Rocks are 3-3 overall and 2-0 in Keith Majeski scored two runs and drove in the the Lakes Division. game-winning run in the fourth inning with a double.

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Chiefs rout Plymouth Canton opened defense of its Western Division girls track title Tuesday with an impressive victory over Farmington Hills Harrison. The Chiefs hope to win their sixth consecutive championship, *nd the visiting Hawks were expected to be among tbe challengers again. After breezing past Harrison 80-48 at Centennial Educational Park, Canton could be beaded for another first-place finish. Tbe Chiefs, 1-0 in dual meets, had double winners in Ifoema Okwumabua and Amy Smith. Okwumabua won the shot put (SO-10) and the discus (96-8), and Smith excelled in the distance runs, running the 1600meter race in 6:08.3 and the 3200 in 14:03.8 Canton swept the field events with Stephanie Gray winning the high jump (5-0) and Jessica Souter the long jump (15-10). Karina Kilpelainen had tbe best 100 hurdles time at 16.5, and the Chiefs had two other winners in opening events. Alicia King won the 200 dash (29.2) and Kim Gudeth the 800 run (2:31.2). Canton, however, won only ooe relay — the 3200 in which Gudeth, Christie Saffron, Monica Pellow and Adrienne Garrow combined for a

Plymouth Canton opened its Western Division softball campaign with a pair of impressive victories Monday. The Chiefs, undefeated with a 5-0 overall, swept a double-header from defending Western Lakes Activities Association champion Northville, 8-2 and 10-7. Stacey Thompson was the winning pitcher in the first game, while freshman sensation Kelly Holmes, who has allowed Thompson to move td catcher this season, won the second game. "It was a league game and I thought we needed an established pttcher in the first game," Canton coach Dave Racer said. "I didn't want to throw Kelly right in there fjiey were the league champs last $ear, and I wanted to go with a more ficperienced pitcher." Thompson pitched a two-hitter, lked three and struck out two. Tbe istangs managed just one hit off

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Tbe Rockets woo five, events, but more importantly got off to a good start thanks to the efforts of their throwers. HAROLD RANKEY, Garnett Woody, Jason Key and Dave Arbour won the heavy-man 400-meter relay in 51.8. Tbey also teamed up for a second in the shot put relay with a combined toss of 165 feet, 10 inches. Key, Woody and Arbour added a first in the discus relay (153-3). v "They got the momentum going early, especially winning tbe heavyman relay, that got us pumped up," Gordon said. In the 800 relay, Carl Lowe's 200meter split of 21.9 carried Glenn to a first place finish. He teamed up with Chris Gumke, Randy Seach and An-

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6. Salem. 15:38 2. 400: 1 Bishop Borgess (Angle HoS*. Chaquese Sears. Florence Pugh a n d Erica Shepard), 53 6: 2 Divine Chid. 54.6: 3 Bnghton. 55 O. 4 Steveneon. 55 6: 5 (tie) Mercy and Inkster. 56 2 e a c h Sprint medley: 1 Adrian (Crowe. Shanavas. Roesch and Hickman). 3:06.7. 2- Canton, 3:07 9: 3 Mercy. 3:14 5: 4. Inkster 3.20 1, 5 Franklin. 3:22 1: 6 Salem. 3:22.3 300 hurdles: 1 Salem (Jenniter Harris. Theresa Giacheno, Sue Vlj and Clndi Planer). 3:32.6: 2. Canton, 3.35 9: 3. Adrian. 3 4 4 9: 4 Franklin, 3:44 8. 5. Mercy 3534

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PLYMOUTH SALEM fell to 0-2 in the Lakes Division and 0-5 overall Monday after being shut out by visiting Walled Lake Central, 5-0. Cathy Cassinski went the distance for the Vikings and tossed a twohitter. She walked three and struck out three. Jenny Garvey went the distance for Salem and allowed six hits, but Central had only one earned run. Sbe fanned five and issued three walks. "We beat ourselves," Salem coach Rob WUlette said. "When we were on base, we made base-running mistakes, but that's due to inexperience." Kelly Glennie had two hits, including a triple, and ooe RBI for Central, and teammate Nikki Converse also had a three-base hit

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FARMINGTON HILLS Mercy won its second Catholic League dual meet Tuesday, thumping Harper Woods Bishop Gallagher 105-29 at Continued f r o m Page 1 Mercy. Can too finished second in the The Marlins swept the relays and distance medley — the ninth won every individual event with the event — but still trailed Mercy by exception of the 100 hurdles, tbe high ooe point. jump and the long jump. But the Chiefs finished strong, Jeanette Turner. Kim Cook and scoring 29 points in the last four Lauren Hood were double winners events. They were second in the for Mercy. sprint medley and 300 hurdles, Turner won the shot put (31-8) and tied for second in the high jump discus (113-10), Cook the 100 dash and placed third in the 1600 relay. (13.6) and 200 dash (28.1) and Hood Redford Bishop Borgess woo tbe 400 run (1:02.2) and 800 run the 800, 400 and 1600 relays, and (2:56.7). Salem was first in the 300 hurdles Heather NoU was first in the 1600 and high jump. Mercy woo the run with a 5:49.9 time, and Carrie eight-mile run. Livonia Franklin Walton woo the 3200 at 12:54,0. the 3200 relay and Stevenson the Mary Beth Strand did tbe 300 hurshot put. dles in 53.2. The foursome of Cook, Kristin >ff Lewis, Strand and Kathy Cook won the 400 and 800 relays in 54.2 and 10:53.5 time. Harrison's Colleen Heinzmann 1:57.9, respectively. captured the 300 hurdles (51-5), Heather Sullivan Megan LombarHeather Conley the 100 dash (13.6) ds Kathleen Gerigk and Hood and Audra Cockerham the 400 run comprised the winning 1600 relay (1:04.4). team (4:30), and Judi Rosowski, Walton, Brooke Mansour and Cara The Hawks, 0-1 in the division, had McDonagh won the 3200 relay relay times of 53.7 in the 400, 1:53.1 (11:32.5).

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By CO. staff writer Henry KUmes didn't like what be saw, but be wasn't completely surprised by i t The Farmington Hills Mercy soccer team, which Klimes coaches, hardly looked like tbe state's sixthranked Class A team during Mooday's match with Harper Woods Begins. Still, the Marlins did manage to win, posting a 2-0 victory. "We flat-out didn't play," said KUmes "We've played much better." There were all sorts of reasons why Klimes expected tbe poor showing, but the overwhelming cause was spring break. Tbe Marlins hadn't practiced In nearly two weeks; most of the team spent tbe break in Florida and didn't return until Sunday. Also, tbe match marked the grand opening of Mercy's new fiekt Indeed, the Marlins hadn't even practiced on it prior to Monday's game. Their previous home matches had been played at Pioneer Park in Farmington Win* on a field measuring 55-by-100 yards. Mercy's field is U-by-115. The bigger field and lack of practice bad tbe Marlins looking weary. "We were very lucky to get that outcome," said Klimes. 'Tor tbe first 60 minutes, Regina was taking it to us, but hick was with as." Tbe match was scoreless until midway through the secood half, when Kathryn Dudley, a senior forward, popped a shot over tbe Saddlelites' keeper and Into the n e t Carrie Bowler got the assist; the scoring play started with Kathy McDonald's superb throw-In to the front of the Regina net Carrie Dzaidosz, a freshman midfielder, got an insurance goal 10 minutes lata- when she regained control of a thwarted pass and bounced It into the Saddlelite goal. Dudley got the assist Zena Garmo got the shutout making an excellent save early in tbe secood half on a Regina breakaway. The victory left Mercy at S-0-2 overall, 2-0-1 in tbe Catholic League.

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CHURCHILL 11, WJL WESTERN 0: Oa Mooday, Uvonia Churchill (J-0-1) blitzed visiting Walled Lake Western- as junior Mechelle Brazin and sophomore Carol Jackson each scored two goals. Other Churchill scorers include Shelly Hamby, Tracy Lingeman, Lori Place, Kristy Thurston, Marcy Woloch, Daniel Priebe and Nlkki Johnson. FRANKLIN 6, W i . CENTRAL 0:, Livonia Franklin earned its first victory of tbe season Monday, ripping bost Walled Lake Central. The Patriots, who jumped out to a 5-0 half time bulge, were led by sophomore Patty Shea, who scored twice. Sue Barooe, Jenny Whitfield, Jenny Rettiog and Keri MacKay also scored goals for the Patriots. Goalie Erica Sundeck, wbo faced only two sbots, posted tbe shutout

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Shannon White, a former Livonia Ladywood pitcher, won two games in relief Sunday for tbe Oakland Community College women's softball team. White raised her record to 3-0 as sbe guided the Lady Raiders to a double-header sweep of Southwestern Michigan Community College, 10-4 and 5-4, at tbe Orchard Ridge Campus. White relieved Amy Edward in the first game and pitched the final four innings. Amy Knapp and Jackie Patrick had two hits apiece for OCC, which has won its last eight games. Knapp also had two RBI, and Patrick scored two runs. Jenny Pichlik added a two-run triple. In the second game, White entered in relief of Pichlik and also had tbe game-winning hit, delivering a two-out single in the bottom of the sixth inning to drive in tbe deciding run. Edward had two hits, including a triple, three stolen bases and two RBI, and Kelly Koss contributed one hit, three walks and two base thefts. The Lady Raiders, the first-place team in tbe Eastern Conference, are 7-1 in tbe league and 14-5 overall. OCC plays Henry Ford Community College at 3 p.m. today at King Boring Field in Dearborn.

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said. "If a job comes along that piques my interest and presents a. challenge to me, I would apply for it,, but those jobs don't come along very often. "I have an interest to coach at the college level, but I've never been one to go out and politick for a job at tbe expense of not getting my neat team ready." In applying at WMU, Thomann had to weigh the appeal of that job against the time he has invested in his career as an educator. He has taught and coached for 25 years and can retire in five years with retirement benefits. "I would have been giving that up, but I also would be in a position to be doing what I want to be doing five years from now," he said, adding a teacher in that situation has the option to buy those remaining years. "MY LONG-range goal is to get those five years in and coach basketball somewhere. This job opened up unexpectedly. It took me by surprise, but it's also a job that has some untapped potential." Thomann added the WMU experience was good, because it helped him to prepare for that time when he, does look to coach full time. But he reiterated he is content with his present situation at Salem. "I feel good about what I have," he said. "We're going to have a helluva team next year."

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The Northville Soccer Association will sponsor a team in tbe Western Suburban Soccer League's Select Division for boys born in 1978 beginning with the 1990 fall season. Tryouts will be on Friday, May 18. and Saturday, May 19. Individuals interested in trying out should call Larry Schlanser at 4200285. •

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Sophomore Tami Brozek of Canton. a graduate of Dearborn Divine Child and member of the Western Michigan women's track team, finished sixth in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 1:07.8 on April 14 at tbe Miami-Reebok Invitational in Oxford, Ohio. She also was a member of the 400 relay team that placed fourth in 50.24. •

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Tbe registration deadline for the Plymouth-Canton C o m m u n i t y Schools pre-participation physical exams is Monday, May 7. TTie tests will be given at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 7, in the upper commons at Plymouth Salem High School. The fee is $12 per student-athlete Physical exam cards may be obtained through the middle and high school athletic directors or trainers. Tne cards must be filled

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non-profit event, which will benefit tbe Canton Community Recreation Department. Class C and D men's and women's qualifiers are eligible to compete. Games will be played from 9 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. each day. The tourney is sponsored by the ASA Qualifier, Canton Challenge Festival and Van Esley Real Estate. For information and registration call the Canton Recreation Department at 397-1000 or Van Esley at 459-7570.

Tbe Plymouth-Canton Steelers Junior Football League will register players and cheerleaders on Saturday, April 28, from 10 a m to 2 p.m. in tbe Canton High School cafeteria Boys and girls age 8-14 are eligible. The cost is $50 per player, $40 per cheerleader. There is a $135 family maximum. For information, call Sue Herman at 455-7299. A birth certificate, signed and dated by a parent or guardian, is necessary.







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The Kids For CATCH Summer Mite Hockey School will t a i e place in late July and August. All proceeds will benefit tbe charity Caring Athletes Team for Children's • and Henry Ford Hospitals. There will be one school for mini-mites (ages 5-6-7) and another for mites (ages 8-9). The fee is $65 for 12 skates totaling 24 hours. The schools begin Monday, July 23, and continues through Friday, Aug. 17, with sessions every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The mini-mites meet at 6:30 p.m. at the Plymouth Cultural Center, tbe mites at 7:30 p.m. For information, call instructors Chuck Moore at 532-1887 or Harold Vella at 525-0335. •

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LIONS FOOTBALL The Canton Lions Football Club will r e g i s t e r p l a y e r s a n d cheerleaders for its 1990 season oo Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the McDonald's on Ford Road. Boys age 8-14 and girls age 9-14 are eligible. The Lions will have a football camp in June. Call Debby Bradley (397-1720) or Cindy Russette (981-4856) for information.





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Canton Parks and Recreation Services is offering six weeks of tennis lessons from April 30 to June 6. The sessions are open to children age 8 to adults and players of all ability levels. The fee is $23 for Canton residents, $25 for non-residents. The age groups are youth (8-12). juniors (13-18) and adult (18 and over). All class times will be in the early evening. once a week at the Griffin Community Park courts. Kristen Harrison, a certified pro-

GOLF LEAGUES A Tuesday morning seniors golf league begins play at 9 a.m. May 8 at Fellows Creek Golf Course. Tbe league is open to any area golfer age 50 or older.. The fee is $10 to register plus weekly greens fees. Registrations are being taken by mail or in person at Canton Parks and Recreation, 1150 S. Canton Center Rd., 48188 There will be a league meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday. May 1. at tbe Canton Township Administration Building.

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Doug Kurtii of Northville and Laurel Park — not the shopping center in Livonia but the runner from Ann Arbor — each thought they'd use the 14 th annual West Bloomfield half-marathon as an easy training run. Each ended up racing to victory and walking out of the awards ceremony with the first prize of a color television. Park didn't even know till race day she'd be running in West Bloomfield. A friend called and asked her if sbe wanted to race, and since sbe was planning a long run, anyway, she figured why hot do It with plenty of company. It wasn't until the twomile mark that Park, 27, found out, much to her surprise, t h a t she was in the lead in the first half-marathon of ber career. Her time of 1:25:21 w a s good for a four-minute win o v e r - Maureen Carter, 25, of Brighton. Kurtis, who last year set the world record for most sub-2:20 marathons in a single year, 12, w a s hardly an upset winner. After all, he had set the course record here a y e a r ago, in 1:07:22. But with another marathon just a week away, Kurtis, a former standout at Livonia Stevenson, planned on a cruise-control run at 1:10 pace. Instead, he ended up in a heartstopping, crowd-thrilling, back-andforth stretch duel with Don Johns, 25, a one-time NCAA runner-up

KURTIS SURGED to a 10- to 15yard lead just after the 12-mile mark and seemed to have it wrapped up. But here c a m e Johns, churning furiously, and when be passed Kurtis at 12Vk, he had the look of a runaway winner. Kurtis, who won the Barcelona, Bangkok and Detroit Free Press marathons last year, knows how to find his way to the winner's circle. He used his superior strength to muscle up the last quarter-mile hill to the finish line, blowing past Johns and winning by 10 seconds as the crowd went wild. Tra]Iliig~lilm were 744 other entrants. Another 425 entered the inaugural E a r t h Day 3.5-mile walk. "I didn't want to run that hard. I saw Don at the starting line and I said, oh-oh," said Kurtis, wbo in tbe spirit of E a r t h Day wore a longsleeve T-shirt to the awards ceremony which declared on tbe back: "The answer is very c l e a r Stop polluting the atmosphere." Kurtis and Johns ran together till about 11 miles, acting more as if it were a training run than one of the top races in Michigan. But from 11 on, it was serious. When Johns went by him half a mile f r o m the end, Kurtis nearly packed it in. "I was almost ready to give up. I didn't want to kill myself. Then I thought, if I'm going to run faster than 1:10, I might as well make the effort."

The heart of Oakland Community College's men's basketball team last season will be pumping life into a lot of different programs next season. Three key m e m b e r s of OCC's team have received scholarships to continue their education, and three others a r e considering options. Toine Murphy was t h e top Raider prospect As OCC assistant coach Chris Peponis said, "All the coaches liked his versatility." They also liked his 6-foot-6 height, as well as his deft ball-handling and shooting (19 points a g a m e last season). The team that won out was Austin Peay, an NCAA Division I school in Clarksville, Tenn. Other finalists on Murphy's list

were Arkansas-Little Rock, L a m a r , Butler, Eastern Michigan and University of D e t r o i t Murphy also averaged 6.8 rebounds and 4.5 assists. Hell have junior eligibility. Austin Peay, a member of the Ohio Valley Conference, was 13-16 last season. There will be another addition to the Tennessee-based team. Peponis has accepted a graduate assistant coaching position. A MAJOR reason for OCCs success last season was Mike Bailey, a 6-3 forward who led the team in scoring (20.2 points) and rebounding (10.4). Bailey has signed with Norfolk State, an NCAA II powerhouse from Norfolk, Va. Bailey will have

M E N 17-UNDER: 1 Ban Goba. 17. Farmington, 1 23:23 ; 2 Eric Crawlord. 17. Farmington, 1 33 35. 3 Mike Richey 14. West BWomheKJ. 1 38 47

M E N 1S-29 YEARS: 1, D o n Johns. 25. Brooklyn. 1:07 55; 2 GeoM Ctoodening, 23. Troy. 1 12 03; 3 Mark Heal 28 Rochester. 1:12:17; 4 John Springer, 28, R e c o r d 1:12 33; 5 Date Mart, 28. Delrolt. 1:13:08. 6 Ken Osmun. 21. Davtstxjrg. 1:16:26: 7 J o h n Murphy. 29, Waterlord. 1 17 41. 8 J o h n Brick er. 21, GrandviHe. 1:17 45

M E N 30-39: 1 Doug Kurtis. 38. Northville. 1:07 45. 2- Alan VanMeier, 33 Southfield. i 14 06. 3 Jack Khne, 39. 1 16 23. 4 Terry Elsey. 36, Farmington Hiks. 1 16 39. 5 Ken Price, 32. Ml Clemens, 1:17:17: 6 G r e g GrUson. 30, Windsor. 1 17 37; 7 T o m Taylor. 35. Plymouth. 1 17:40; 8. Mark Weiltiausen. 30. Ml Clemens. 1 17 56. 9 Art George. 34. Ypsdanti. 1:16 20; 10 Scott Kuyawa. 31, Fen ton. 1 18:37; 11, Peter Wilson. 37, Lansing. 1 2 1 29; 12 Dave Lehto. 3 J Hart land. 1:21:34

M E N 4 0 - 4 9 : 1 Paul DeOdurantaye. 44 Riverview, 1 16 57; 2 Larry Hromek, 40. Lennon. 1 19:02; 3 Larry Oteewskl. 42, Detroit, 1:19:30; 4 BiW Benton. 40, West B l o o m f i e l d 1:19 59. 5. Jtm Huff. 42. Bloomfield HiHs 1:21:41. 6 Ellis Boai, 45. Detroil, 1:22 4 0 7, T o m Henderson. 41. St Clair Shores, 1:22 57 8 Al Gtnvack. 42, Bloomfield HiHs,

ways come as a rude awakening. "I always forget how hilly this course is," be said, moments after his 1:28 finish. Paul Deladorantaye, 44, of Riverview, easily won the master's division, with his time of 1:16:57 good for a two-minute win over Tarry Hromek of Lennon. June MacDonald, 41, of Detroit, topped the master's women in 1:33:10, beating Joan MurphyWalker of Windsor by nearly two

college sports two years of eligibility left for a team that went 27-2 last season and was ranked as high as second nationally. The third Raider to commit was Ed Pasque, a 6-3 off-guard who averaged 10.4 points, 5.2 rebounds and 5.3 assists for OCC last season.

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W O M E N 18-29: 1 Laurel Park, 2 7 . Ann Arbor 1 25 21. 2 Michelle Groeches, 26, F Hills, 1 3 1 26 3 Kim Bruce. 27 Allen Park 1:31 54 W O M E N 3 0 - 3 9 1 Maureen Carter 35 Brighton. 1 2 9 33, 2 M c h e i i e Fields. 3 1 New Hudson, 1 31 45. 3 R o b y n Frankowicz 37 Westland 1 33 46

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CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF CANTON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing will be held oa Mooday, May 7. 19M, at 7:M P M at 1150 S Canton Cater Rood to consider a leanest for the following special land use as provided for In Section TIM C of the Canton Township Zoning Ordinance. Request for special land u * to allow aa automobile rental establishment to he located at M03 N. Lilley Road ia the Goldsa Gate Shopping Coaler located oa Lilley Road between Joy and Warren Roada Written comments will be received until 7M PM. at 11M 8. Canton Center Road. A Public Hearing on the special laad eeo may to requested by aay property owner or the occupant of any sUuctere located within M0 feet of the boaadary of the property being considered fer special use.

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get energy.) I walked to ths window and everything looked bright again. The grayness w a s gooe." His health returned tapidly and he began losing the weight he'd tried for so long to get ride of. Last July 7 be weighed 250 pounds This week, be weighs 210, with s goal of I M pounds. When be reaches that h e l l be restudied to see If his problem is improved by weight loas.

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"THEY CALLED ME wben I was 00 vacation in Florida to give m e tbe results," said Bloom "My body was deteriorated. Everything was being affected from my head to my toes. I was so weakened I felt worse every day and I just knew I was dying." The date be remembers most. Last July 13, is the day he got his CPAP (continuous positive air pressure) machine. The CPAP includes a mask be straps on his face wben be goes to bed. live machine forces the obstructing tissue out of the way pushing air down through his nose. "The next morning I woke up and 1 wasn't hungry. I got rid of the Twinkles f r o m under my car seat and the M&Ms out of my closet. {He'd been eating them to try and

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Can you imagine the thrill of reading in old books, in spidery steelpenned P a l m e r Method penmanship, inscriptions such as: "For the best decorated hat at the December 1882 Grange meeting," "A birthday present from myself — Berlin Germany Free Library 1950," Thanks for a Most Memorable Evening," or " F r o m Grandma and Grandpa April 1913" ? Such inscriptions have been and could.be found among the thousands of books that will be on sale for tbe Friends of the Livonia Public Li-

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"EVERYBODY IN MY family started clipping articles from newspapers and magazines about sleep apnea. Or I'd get a call from my sister and she'd say 'Turn on TV,

there's a program you should s e e , ' " he said. "I believed I suffered from sleep apnea My relatives and friends believed I had i t " He asked a couple of doctors be consulted if he had it »nd tbey told them he didn't. "They just told me to lose weight. I tried, but I'd put on five more pounds/' Finally last spring be m a d e an appointment with Dr. Michael Roeen, a Livonia internist his sister had started to work for. "She'd told him about my symptoms and I went in we sat down and talked. He told m e I suffered from sleep apnea and sent me to a sleep clinic at Henry Ford Hospital to confirm the diagnosis. It did. The study oo Bloom found he experienced 84 apnea episodes an hour. "Having 10 or more isn't normal," Rosen said. "His oxygen saturation went from 98 percent when he was awake to below 60 percent in REM (deep) sleep." X-rays showed that the cause of his apnea was the small site between the base of his tongue and the posterior wall of his pharynx. "It measured 3.5 to 4 millimeters. The nor-

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sleep for. five minutes, 10 minutes, maybe ah hour." "Even my speech was affected. My wife would tell me I was stuttering and mumbling." Bloom also maintains that it affected his hearing.

"That's when my family started telling me about my snoring. I've had some tell m e I sound like a wild animal and I've also been compared to a diesel truck. "Blood pressure h called tbe silem kiliei. I call this the noisy killer." The first time he felt something was really wrong with him was was when he was 28. A physical and blood tests checked out as normal and a few weeks later ue felt back to normai. The progression was slow through the years. "Again and again I'd tell a doctor I just didn't feel as good today as I did yesterday Then in 1886 my system went out of whack and everything went crazy for me." He was putting on weight, tried desperately to lose it but couldn't. He weighed 195 pounds when be got married in 1974 and at ooe point went above 260 pounds.

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prolonged episodes when breathing stops during sleep, especially deep sleep. In serious cases it can lead to tbe physical and mental deterioration of the victim. 'Since I wasn't getting any deep sleep at night, - I'd fall asleep throughout the day. I'd sit in my office and sleep. I became forgetful. As a salesman. I work by appointment and it got to the point where I was even forgetting to look at my appointment book. "Once at Vic Tanny I not only forgot my lock number. I didn't even remember which locker was mine. "I'd get so sleepy while I was driving to work and back, Td have to pull

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E F F O R T — THAT was the key word on this hot, sunny day. on this grueling course with its uphills, downhills and endless turns. Greg Gillson of Windsor had done the Boston Marathon the Monday before and thought West Bloomfield might be a nice little race. Welcome to reality, Greg. "That course is tough. I've never run it before because it's usually the same week as Boston. Td beard what a nice course it was and wanted to see it. Whew! I don't think I'll pull that trick again (running West Bloomfield six days after a marathon). "There were times I wanted to stop and walk. That's what you_get for being brain dead," said Gillson, wbo finished 13th overall in 1:17:37. "What neighborhoods, eh?" he said. "I couldn't believe how big those houses were. I said to someone: 'I don't think we're running through the welfare district.'" Bob Sklar, editor of the Farmington Observer, was making his first appearance in West Bloomfield, too. "With all those ups and downs, it's hard to get into a pace," he said. He'd hoped to break two hours. He gladly settled for 2:03. Some runners complained of the heat, though serious problems were negligible. Most of the complaints — fond complaints — were about those hills. Bill DeChant doesn't see many hills on his Troy postal route. Even though he's a veteran of the race, those steep uphills and downhills al-

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Notice is hereby giveo that the City of Plymouth will accept sealed bids until 2:00 p.m. on Monday. May 21,1990 for JANITORIAL SERVICES City HaU, Department of Public Works Specifications, bid documents, and proposal forms may be obtained from tbe Office of the Purchasing Agent during regular office boors. Tbe City Commission reserves tbe right to accept or reject any or all bids, in whole or in part, and to waive any irregularities. A bid bond in the amount of one thousand ($1,000) dollars most accompany this bid Address bids to: Deputy City Clerk City of Plymouth 201 S. Main Plymouth. Ml 44170 ia a sealed envelope bearing tbe inscription "BID FOR JANITORIAL SERVICES". CAROL A. STONE. Purchasing Ago* PnWah April U . 1*M

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS " " i f p i m r F pp CfrRPFTRFPlACF.MF.NT MAIN S T R E E T E L E M E N T A R Y SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL SERVICE C E N T E R NORTHVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS F A C I L I T I E S R E N O V A T I O N AND N E W E L E M E N T A R Y NORTHVILLE, MICHIGAN INVITATION Sealed bids will be received by NORTHVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS for comptetioo of portions of work in their current bond issue. Bid proposals will be received at: - Northville Public Schools Administrative Offices Ml W Main Street Northville. MI 4S147 Attn: Dr. Burton S. Knighton Bids will be received until 10 00 a m Local Time on May X, 1M0. and will to publicly opened and read immediately thereafter. Bids shall be in sealed envelopes as per AIA "Instruction to Bidders" aad sackoed in separate outer mailing envelopes addressed as shown above. A proposal is being requested for tbe following bid category: CATEGORY # DESCRIPTION •1 BIDDING DOCUMENTS Proposals shall shal be made as prepared to NORTHVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. av be hfjwmnr Anril 2$ ISM Md mi. ^ obtained from the Barton Malow Field Office located at Cooke Jr. High (Classroom No. II* 212M Taft Road; Northville, Michigaa 4S1S7. Phone S1I/S44BID BOND REQUIREMENTS A satisfactory hid toad or certified check ia the la required aad agree not to withdraw bid prapoeals for a period of sixty (M) Says aftar date af receipt of bids. GUARANTY BONDS All accented-bidders with priortotbe execution ef thecoatracL toatote of oae

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W e don't cover world news, but we care about the world. The Observer & Eccentric Newspapers

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CITY O F PLYMOUTH (Plymouth r e s i d e n t s only) 4 : 0 0 p . m . to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday a n d T h u r s d a y 10:00 a . m . to 4:00 p.m. S a t u r d a y 201 S o u t h Main (next to Fire D e p a r t m e n t behind City Hall) 453-1234 Newspapers, corrugated cardboard, glassfclear, green, brown), tin. aluminum.

LIVONIA LIVONIA RECYCLING CENTER 4.00 p.m. to 6 : 0 0 p.m. Fridays 10L00 a.m. to 3 : 0 0 p.m. S a t u r d a y s Glcndale. East of F a r m i n g t o n Road. S o u t h of 1-96 (Jcffcrics Freeway) 5 2 2 - 1 6 2 0 or 5 2 5 - 3 5 4 9 Newspapers, glass (clear, green and brown).window glass, tin cans, aluminum, batteries (household and vehicle) anti-Jree/e. motor pit Plastics, office paper and computer paper coming soon. Bring your magazines to the re-use shed.

LATHRUP VILLAGE First S a t u r d a y of every m o n th 10:00 a.m. to 2 : 0 0 p.m. 19101 Twelve Mile (in front of SouthfleldL a t h r u p High School) 591 -OOO 1 Newspapers, frosted-type plastic, motor oil household and automotive batteries.

OAKLAND COUNTY CITY OF SOUTHFIELD RECYCLING CENTER O p e n d a w n until d u s k 2 6 0 0 0 Evergreen (behind the Civic Center Ice Arena) , 3 5 4 - 9 ISO Newspapers, glass (clear, brown .and green), tin. aluminum, plastic (IIDPEonly. coded '2'). household batteries only.

BIRMINGHAM RECYCLING CENTER O p e n 2 4 h o u r s , seven d a y s a week, with a s s i s t a n c e b e t w e e n 1 1:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m on S a t u r d a y s Holland Street ofT Eton (south of Maple) 642-6888 Newspapers, glass (clear, green and brownj. tin. aluminum, batteries, plastic (half-gallon or larger or smaller coded ')' ot '27, batteries, (automotive arid household), cordless appliances

TROY CITY OF TROY PUBLIC WORKS FACILITY Seven d a y s a week. 2 4 h o u r s 4 6 9 3 Rochester Road. (south of Long Lake) 524-3399

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(Newspapers, glass (clear, green and brownj, all metals including large appliances, batteries (automotive only), cardboard, motor oil. paint (only Jrom Canton Township and Plymouth Township residents), grass clippings (only from Canton Township residents), concrete, bricks, dirt sod (fee may be charged).

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Orchestra's \ percussionist innovates with sounds By Carolyn BarMtt-QoWttoin special writer F r o m p r i m i t i v e beats to musical effects characterizing outer space, tbe symphony orchestra percussionist produces the sounds and r h y t h m s the composer writes. I n fact, many times the percussionist must create the instrument to prodace a p a r t i c u l a r sound. " Y o u have to be a carpenter, a mechanic, an inventor, an engineer. Y o u have to be able to put thing* together — to design things, come up w i t h new ways to bold things, new sounds. It's v e r y interesting," said Robert Pangborn, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's principal percussionist, as be describes his l i f e and work. He is sitting in the l i b r a r y of tbe expansive, B l o o m f i e l d H i l l s home be and his w i f e , Brenda, designed to accommodate their pursuits, interests and collections. His collections of figurines of percussionists f r o m pre-Columbian periods to modern day m e t a l , outs and bolts sculptures, along w i t h his collection of instruments f r o m various cultures f r o m around the w o r l d , show an appreciation of c r a f t s m a n ship and the use of materials. He, himself, uses the same metals, woods and stones to create instruments. H I S H O B B I E S A R E an extension of the skills be needs as a percussionist The model room, dominated b y the workbenches be made, is set up w i t h their bobby of t r a i n modeling, and his of dollhouse remodeling and m a k i n g miniatures. He said that as bead of the fourm a n percussion section his m a i n responsibilities a r e " t o direct and to organize it, to understand every-

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Robert Pangborn, p r i n c i p a l percuaaioniat w i t h Detroit S y m p h o n y Orcheatra, drawa on a amazing variety of akilla to come up w i t h many unuaual sounds c a l l e d for in aymphonic scores. HE BEGAN STUDYING D R U M S at 9, played professionally i n high school and joined the DSO i n 1963. Through the years he has continued to l e a r n new i n s t r u m e n t s and techniques. " T o d a y , " he said, " m a n y composers are t r y i n g to use percussion instruments in a w a y to a f f e c t elect r o n i c sounds." I n the Schwantner composition f o r instance, be said, " W e resin the h a i r on the s t r i n g bass bows v e r y heavily, and, then, use the bows on the edge of the vibraphone bar. I t v i b r a t e s the bar, and i t gives almost a n electronic sound." The " r i n g i n g p i t c h e s " of the f o u r crystal glasses " f i t r i g h t i n w i t h outer space. " W h e r e they are not u t i l i z i n g instruments t h a t a r e already i n existence, many t i m e s they're c r e a t i n g instruments, and a l o t of percussion instruments a r e designed and created out of a composer's desire f o r a certain sound." This is where his " b a g of t r i c k s " comes in. F o r both studio and s y m phonic percussionists this repre-

sents their personal c o l l e c t i o n of instruments, their searches and successes over the years to play sounds and effects. I t holds t h e i r secrets. Pangborn remembered, ' " W h e n I recorded for M o t o w n years ago, and that was a v e r y basic k i n d of recording, I already had q u i t e a c o l l e c t i o n of d i f f e r e n t sounds. Some of the producers w e r e a l w a y s interested in some kind of new sounds to get something going. So I would b r i n g in w e i r d things. I remember m y f i r s t set of A f r i c a n log drums I bought in New Y o r k . I brought t h e m in. They used them. They w e r e fascinated . . F o r the symphony his " b a g " includes c h r o m a t i c scales of tuned stones, and " t h i n g s c a l l boobams, long tubular drums, w i t h a v e r y distinctive sound. Such i n s t r u m e n t s derive out of H o l l y w o o d studio orchestras. Somebody c a m e up w i t h a sound. They w e r e p l a y i n g around. A composer heard i t , l i k e d it, and w r o t e f o r i t , that's how a lot of percussion s t u f f we use today in

the 20th century music had its beginnings." He said that, w h i l e other musicans m a y dispute t h e i r v a l i d i t y , "they've found their w a y into tbe f a m i l y of percussion instruments, into our large bag of t r i c k s . " I N T H E B O X E S on his studio shelves are Balinese gongs, cup bells, Oriental bell trees, clay drums and m e t a l chains. One of John Cage's pieces calls for wood blocks — not Chinese, " W i t h the help of m y father, who had special equipment, I ended up m a k i n g blocks (in graduated sizes). Of course, they a l l bad a certain pitch. But where was I to get blocks that w e r e n ' t "Chinese?" What kind of blocks wouldn't be "Chinese?" So we designed and constructed blocks t h a t d i d n ' t sound "Chinese." So t h e y weren't Chinese. We d i d i t I t worked. To me it's one of the fun things about percussion, c r e a t i n g sounds, creating tbe instruments to p l a y some of these sounds. Y o u c a l l upon your

own abilities, to put some thing together. Sometimes they (the instruments) are a l i t t l e b i t crude look ing, but tbey w o r k . I always enjoy ed that p a r t of being an orchestra percussionist — the challenge." T H E P E R F O R M A N C E itself has b u i l t - i n pitfalls. He said, "One of tbe most d i f f i c u l t things about being a percussionist is to know w h e r e you are a t a l l times, because of tbe f a c t that you're not p l a y i n g that much. Yet, when you m a k e your entrance, it's d r a m a t i c — and i m p o r t a n t I t ' s an accent point i n the music — and i t had better be in the r i g h t place. So you've got to count The cannon e f f e c t for next year's p e r f o r m a n c e of T c h a i k o v s k y ' s "1813 O v e r t u r e " is already a concern. W i l l i t be the bass d r u m , a shotgun f i r e d i n t o a barrel backstage or Pangborn's "super huge bass d r u m — tbe k i n d they have to put on a c a r t w i t h wheels to take onto a f o o t b a l l field?" Stand by.

African-American quilts may steal the show By Corteme Abett staff writer Three outstanding local q u i l t collections w i l l be on exhibit at "Quilts! Quilts! Quilts!" 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday and F r i d a y , M a y 3 and 4, a t E v e r g r e e n Center, 13 M i l e a t E v ergreen Southfield. The show, hosted by BASCC, B i r m i n g h a m A r e a Senior Coordinating Council and tbe Center, is coordinated by M e r r y Silber of B i r m i n g h a m , c u r a t o r of q u i l t shows throughout the country. I n addition to the q u i l t display there w i l l be a m i n i - m a l l , ongoing q u i l t i n g demonstrations, q u i l t i n g supplies and f a b r i c s , films, books, c r a f t s and appraisals. The a w a r d - w i n n i n g film, " H e a r t s and Hands," w i l l be shown several times d a i l y a t no charge. " B r i n g

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Y o u r O w n Q u i l t " a lecture/appraisal, w i l l be presented at 2:30 p j n . both days. A new quilt, " I n d i a n Maiden," made especially for this show by members of tbe BASCC Quilt Club, w i l l be given as a prize at 5 p.m. F r i day.

" E v e r y a r t f o r m has its R e m brandt — M a r i e Webster was the R e m b r a n d t of q u i l t m a k i n g . Sbe created original designs a t M a r s h a l l F i e l d (Chicago) and w r o t e the first full-length book oo q u i l t i n g , 'Quilts: Their Story and How to M a k e Them.'" '

MOST O F the quilts to be displayed have not been shown before, Silber said. They are f r o m the Jean Conway, K e m p f Hogan and A l b e r t and M e r r y S i l b w collections. Silber discovered Conway's r i c h q u i l t treasure only recently when she was called in to appraise and date them, she said. The 10 quilts were made by Conway's t w o grandmothers f r o m o r i g i nal designs of M a r i e D. Webster, foremost q u i l t m a k e r and designer who reigned supreme during tbe earl y 1900s, she said.

Several of Conway's q u i l t s a r e i l lustrated in the book. Some of Webster's sample patches and h a n d - w r i t ten instructions w i l l be on d i s p l a y a t the show. A N O T H E R C O N W A Y q u i l t i n the show is one made b y her g r e a t grandmother, Sarah M o r r i s M c G r e -

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gor of Springfield, Mo., w h e n she was 18. The needlework is e x t r a o r d i nary. Silber had Conway bold her q u i l t up before a w i n d o w and pointed out the cotton seeds l e f t in the f i l l i n g . "That's one w a y w e date q u i l t s — if they have seeds, they m a d e before the cotton g i n . " H O G A N , W H O M Silber described as " c o l l e c t i n g e v e r y t h i n g , " is now acquiring A f r i c a n - A m e r i c a n quilts, which Silber called " a phenomenon, the hottest new c o l l e c t a b l e . " The A f r i c a n - A m e r i c a n q u i l t s are reminiscent of slave-made quilts,

she said. Tbe quilts a r e the " compl et e antithesis of tbe q u i l t s in tbe Conway collection or Silber's quilts, which were recently in a M i c h i g a n State University t r a v e l i n g exhibition." HOGAN'S Q U I L T S are to Conway's and Silber's as jazz i s to Haydn, he said. The A m e r i c a n F o l k A r t Museum of New Y o r k C i t y recently had a slave q u i l t exhibition, but quilts such as those are e x t r e m e l y hard to find — for one thing, they w e r e made to be used u n t i l they w o r e o u t Silber said.

Tbey are not as finely made as others, doubtless because the m a k e r s had l i t t l e t i m e to w o r k on them, but they are highly expressive and exciting in content and originality. " U n t i l 1971, these quilts were not recognized," Hogan said. Silber w i l l have posters a v a i l a b l e at the show of the q u i l t i n g p a i n t i n g by R o m a r e Bearden that was used f o r a mosaic at D e t r o i t Institute of Arts. A d m i s s i o n to " Q u i l t s ! Q u i l t s ! Quilts!" is $3. Refreshments w i l l be available. P a r k i n g is free.

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Monte Nagter used a telephoto lens to move In dose for impact. The use of a large aperture blurred an unwanted background.

I N I T I A L L Y , W H E N m y Chinese subjects held out t h e i r hands a f t e r being photographed, I thought they w a n t e d t o be paid. As I reached into m y pocket f o r some yuan (Chinese c u r r e n cy), they shook t h e i r beads. T b e y d i d n ' t w a n t

m o o e y — they w a n t e d tbe photograph. M a n y Chinese t h i n k t h a t a l l c a m e r a s are t b e P o l a r o i d v a r i e t y . Well, t h r o u g h sign language, body gestures, and d r a w i n g of p i c t u r e s , I let i t be known I wasn't shooting i n s t a n t f i l m w h i l e promising, t o send a p h o t o g r a p h t o those who gave m e an address. A t a l l times, I felt p e r f e c t l y safe a n d c o m f o r t able w a l k i n g tbe streets of China i n search of photographic m a t e r i a l . And a t t i m e s I had tbe l u x u r y of a t a x i d r i v e r who c o u l d be h i r e d f o r an a l l - d a y photo excursion f o r j u s t a f e w dollars. H e r e are some tips t h a t w o r k e d w e l l in China: • Wben photographing people t o show chara c t e r , use a telephoto lens t o get i n close. A l a r g e a p e r t u r e w i l l b l u r out a d i s t r a c t i n g backg r o u n d and a l l o w f o r a f a s t e r s h u t t e r speed. e Sneak some candid shots, but i f your subj e c t knows y o u ' r e there, ask p e r m i s s i o n to take a

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have great audience appeal with v their folk dance character. The tunes of the "Polvetsian Dances" by Borodin conclude the program with several very familiar tunes that are recognised from their adaptation ia the musical comedy, "Kismet." TO FOSTER a comprehensive and cooperative fine arts experience, the PSO has arranged with the Plymouth-Canton schools' art departments for a display of selected high school student works. t More than 200 pieces in a variety

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SPRING FESTIVAL



The great success of last fall's Ap-. plefest in Plymouth's Old Village has prompted the creation of a full festival event where a previous smaller "spring w a l k " had been held. The festival, 10 a.m. to ft p.m. Sunday, w i l l include antiques and c r a f t dealers, free entertainment, food dealers and children's entertainm e n t Most of tbe shops in tbe Old Village area w i l l be open. Residents of Old Village w i l l be holding their spring yard sales. For more information or Old Village walking maps, call the village hot line, 455-7011 or 455-4189.

CHRYSANTHEMUM SALE

The 30th annual chrysanthemum plant sale of the Greater Detroit Chrysanthemum Society w i l l be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 19, at the Livonia home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Slesak Sr., 33451 Rayburn, north of Five Mile. Plants are potted and ready to shift to containers and gardens. There w i l l be many varieties and colors, including cushion mums, tall upright, exhibition and football mums. Members with many years of experience w i l l be at the sale to assist with selection and growing suggestions.



A ceremonial k i m o n o shown i will b t a m o n g the handpainted fashions by Livonia artist Cynthia Wayne Qaffield on exhibit this weekend at the annual invitational art fair at Somerset Mall, Troy. The show is open to the public, at no charge, during regular mall hours.

PERENNIAL SALE

Perennials, rock garden plants, herbs, flowering baskets, ferns wildflowers, ornamental grasses and oldfashioned roses w i l l be some of the offerings at the perennial sale 10 a m to 4 p.m Saturday-Sunday, A p r i l 28-29 sponsored by the Friends 'y of Matthaei Botanical Gardens at % the gardens, 1800 N. Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor. Tbe plant sale is conducted under a giant tent as well as in the auditorium. For more information, call 998-7081.

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The fourth in this season's concerts, " A n O r c h e s t r a l C e l e b r a t i o n , " w i l l begin at 8 p.m. F r i d a y , A p r i l 27, i n a u d i t o r i u m of D e a r b o r n H i g h School, 19501 Outer D r i v e , by the Dearborn Orchestral Society I n c . Several musicians f r o m tbe o r chestra w i l l be f e a t u r e d under t h e d i r e c t i o n of Leslie D u n n e r i n t e r p r e t ing the music of W o l f g l n g M o z a r t a n d Robert Schumann. T i c k e t s p r i c es a r e $10 f o r adults and $ f o r students. F o r i n f o r m a t i o n , c a l l 501-5782 o r 505-2424.

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Depression glass enthusiasts w i l l gather a t Oakland U n i v e r s i t y t h e weekend of A p r i l U-29 f o r the 15th annual show and sale of the G r e a t Lakes Depression Glass Club. Dealers f r o m s e v e r a l states w i l l be on hand f o r the sale that takes plac e f r o m 10 a . m . to 5 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. t o 4 p.m. Sunday. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n , c a l l c l u b president C a r o l K o r n , 651-2279, o r B e c k y B r a n d e n b u r g , show c h a i r m a n .

Tbe F a r m i n g t o n A r t i s t s C l u b Spring E x h i b i t of F i n e A r t w i l l be W e d n e s d a y - S a t u r d a j T M l y 9-12, in Nardin Park United Methodist Church, 11 M i l e , west o f M i d d l e b e l t Reception f o r the a r t i s t s begin a t 7 p.m F r i d a y . There is no a d m i s s i o n charge E x h i b i t hours a r e 3-8 p.m. Wednesday; 10 a j n . to 9 p.m. T h u r s day and F r i d a y ; and 10 a.m. t o 3 p . m . Saturday.



P r e v i n g u e s t One of A n n A r b o r ' s g r e a t musical t r a d i t i o n is a b o u t t o begin w i t h the opentag-orthe'1990 U t i y ' F e s t i val co-sponsored by the U n i v e r s i t y M u s i c a l Society and the U n i v e r s i t y of M i c h i g a n f e a t u r i n g the Los Angeles P h i l h a r m o n i c O r c h e s t r a w i t h Andre P r e v i n as guest conductor and pianist.

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Friends of N a n k i n M i l l w i l l b o l d a j u r i e d a r t show and d a y of f u n noon to 5 p j n . Sunday. June S, a t tbe m i l l , Ann A r b o r T r a i l at E d w a r d Hines Drive, Westland. Tbe g r o u p is looking for a r t i s t s to display and sell a v a r i e t y of a r t work. F o r m o r e i n f o r mation, c a l l 467-3183.

A l l concerts a r e a t 8 p.m. i n H i l l A u d i t o r i u m . T h e schedule follows: e Wednesday. M a y 9: music by George G e r s h w i n , P i a n o Concerto in F R a c h m a n i n o f f . Symphony No. 2 in E m i n o r . e T h u r s d a y , M a y 10: John Har-

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Power Center f o r the P e n o r m i n g Arts. F e s t i v i t i e s begin at 5:30 p.m. and conclude i n t i m e t o w a l k to H i l l A u d i t o r i u m as the c a r i l l o n announces the o p e n i n g concert. Prelude supper tickets are available this y e a r at various sponsorship levels: $60, $100 and $200. T w o area w o m e n are on the musical society a d vi so r y c o m m i t t e e : Joann G a r g a r o and JoAnne Hulce, both of P l y m o u t h . F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n regarding tickets, c a l l 764-2538 (by phone w i t h Visa or M a s t e r c a r d only) or 763-TKTS.

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BLOOMFIELD • OPEN SUNDAY. 1-4 4097 WMTEHBET. S. of Long Laka. W. of MtddtobaH. 4 bedroom Tudor. 2 M l bam*. 2 h M bathe. 3 ta apiece* $329,000 T0779W! $34-6679 WONDERFUL HOME) Locatod on a lovely M a d M W a 4 badr o o m . 2 H bath Colonial apealta of ataganoe through ita

BLOOMFIELD HILLS • OPEN SATURDAY. 1-4. SM0 N. ADAMS WAY. N. of Ouarton. E of Tatagrapft CONDO a4M 2 bedroome and 2 H batfia. S189 M 0 6«$ SM6 • OPEN SUNDAY. 2-8. 3740 MILLSPRING S of Long Lata. £ of Squirrsl 4 badroom atak But 9275.000 9 0 9499 • OPEN SUNDAY. 1-4. 1400 TIMBERVIEW TRAIL. N. ol Spuare Laka. E. ol A d a m * A D A M S WOODS RANCH CONOO wftfi 2 badrooma. 2 b a t h * $174,900 M M W • OPEN SUNDAY. 1-4 1198 STONECREST. S ol Lona Plna. W. o l Taiegrsph STONE HOLLOW CONDO with 2 badrooma aod 2 bath $194,900 _

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• OPEN S U N D A Y . 1 - 4 . 29884 HARROW. N of 13 WW*. W ol Drska Tha beeuliM 4 badroom. 2 full and 2 H bath Contamporary coma* comptata with drat floor laundry and braMfaal nook. Formal d M n g room and 2 car allachad garaga. $287,850.

DESIRABLE COLONIAL- Thia ona haa It a9 - 2800 aq. «_ 4 badrooma. 2Vt bath*, with dan. mat bar. maalar bath. w * * - m cloaaL famBy room with Vaplace. 1al lloor laundry and mora. $142,600 « M M

• OPEN SUNDAY. 1-4. 9324 FAWN VALLEY. N. o l 1-75. E. of M - 1 8 . P R E S T I G I O U S DEERWOOO Elegant 4 badroom. 3'<4 bath ColonM backing 7 acra park $249,900

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FARMINGTON HILLS NEWLY CONSTRUCTED BEAUTY. Brick ranch on larga U l Europaan cabinet* Opan floor plan. 1900 aq. fL 3 badroom. 2 bath, atlachad garaga 1*1 f l o o r laundry $148.000 490-1911

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COUNTRY ESTATE o n almoet 4 acra* HBI top aettlng. 8500 aq. ft. Indoor healed ofympKatted *Mmming pool. Cuatom quaaty. 3 bedroom*. 4 balh*. 5 car garaga. $347,900

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GREEN O A K T W P • OPEN SAT. 8 SUN.. 1-8 10044 AYLSBGRV DR.. S. of BUfLPMOOEL 3.174 aq. ft. n room* 3 bam. library, dmmg room, lantasbc Bnfahed lower •aval waBi-out. 2 fireplace* $ 2 2 9 M 0 347-3999

HARPER WOODS • OPEN S U N D A Y . 1 - 4 . 21421 BOURNEMOUTH. N. of Moro4* E. of 1-94 X-way Larga 5 badroom homo, flnlahed beaamem. central M . formal dining room. $83,500

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• OPEN SUNOY. 1-4 9301 MAYFLOWER COURT. S Of Ann Arbor R d . W of Sheldon LARGE BEDROOMS 3 bedroom. 114 bath famBy home, beautiful fireplace, attached garaga. conveniently located $148,900 >47-9999

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• OPEN SUNDAY. 2-£ 40608 NEW PORTE. S Ot Ann Arbor Rd- E. of Haggerty Entoy spring m this 2 bedroom buck ranch condo located m the mtddta ol roBIng green with flowering Ireea outside your window Freehty palnled m neutral*, central M . flntehed basement with haft bath $78,900 M l BOOB

CANTERBURY COMMONS DISTINCTIVE brick CotonM on q u M street Spactou* 4 ~ badrooma. Bbrery, lamBy room w»th plank floor. b*am oeBtog. all a a Brepiec* 2H b a t h * 2 car attachad garaga. $179,000 CB018 737-9923

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• OPEN S U N O A Y . 1 - 4 . 27821 GETTYSBURG. N. ol 12 MM. W ol O a k * 3 badroom CotonM intercom and ( a c u i ty * y * t a m * . c a n t r a i air. $ 135.000 T021GE S34-6S7S

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SPLISH SPLASH, you d o n l naad much caah to own a homa «>lth a pool! Just $134,900 puts you In tha water at IM* 4 badroom. ZVt bath Tudor alyla homa. Qourmat kitchen. lerge living room, cantrai air and mora. 499-9999

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• O P E N SUNOAY. 2-5 38353 JOANN ST.. E of Newburgh. S. oil Ann Arbor Trail 3 badroom. IVk bam brick ranch with aluminum Mm Nicaly landacaped lancad yard with dack 2M dalachad car garaga $87,500. m 9990

L I V O N I A BIGGER THAN IT LOOKS. 4 bedroom. 2 bath ranch with naw window* and Boor coverWg* BeeutifuBy dona through<** from marbto and oaramlc Uta tocuaaom wood m o U n g *

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• OPEN SUNDAY, 1-4 20275 WOODHILL, N of MaM. W ol Ctoment ROOMY INSIDE AND OUT Beautiful home on v» acra treed lot. Sur, porch, attached oarage. 3 bedrooms with master bath, office wtth cioset. famHy room, original owners $189,900 347-3080

PONTIAC • OPEN SATURDAY. 1-4 789 BIGHAM. N. of Featheratone. W ol University 3 bedroom Ranch. $34,900

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• O P E N SUNDAY. 1-4. 80615 DEER CREEK. N. of Eleven MMa. E of Pomtac Tr*n FOUND m Hara It n . a 3 badroom homa. graat neighborhood, ctaan and neat move-m condition. 1.8 acra Everything you have been looking tor $198,900. 947-39M

NEWLY CONSTRUCTED CHARMER 3/4 badroom Contamporary m North e—f Uvonia. OuaHty bu9i homa with M tha waniad taatura* $239,900

BUILDERS CLOSE OUT Juat a lew models remain In one of Ihe oesl condo communrheal Your choice of ranch, townhouse or loft units and at a great savings All overlooking a spring led pond $137,900 lo $183,900 489-9000

MAGNIFICENT COLONIAL You'I love Ihe greet room, butler's pantry, hardwood Boors, lerge wrep eround deck with hot lub 4 bedrooms. 2'<» baths $364,900 T 0 8 8 0 L 524-9575 QUALITY BUILT Executive Colonial Large master sun* New carpeting Living, dining and tttt—c iMBtt r p v m i E d a n

• OPEN SAT 2-5 ANO SUN 1-4' 28434 LARKMOOR. S ol 12 M M W of Evergreen 4 bedroom brick ranch with new carpel roof, vertide blinds and kitchen floor Lots of storage $98,000 CB162 737-9323 • OPEN SUNDAY, 1 - 4 ! 24387 TAMARACK CIRCLE. S of 10 Mile, E of Lahsar Wall maintained, one owner home on 1'4 acres with 2 bedroom. 2 car garage IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY! $71,000 CB 181 737-9323 SHINE through thl* 2 bedroom. 2'1 b*lh I own house leeturing rec room, cantrai air and neutral tones to accent any decor $88 300 737-9000 • OPEN SUNDAY. 2-5 26446 SUMMERDALE, S Of 11 MM. E Ol Inkster Light and bright and meticulously maintained townhouse with 3 bedrooms and 2't baths is "perfect tor anyone Spacious kitchen, pool and tennis courts $92,000 737-9000 JUST LISTED AND WELL MAINTAINED 4 bedroom. 2'4 bath m Beacon Square area Leonhard Elemenlary and Swim Club in aub $98 000 70HAM 842-2400 CONDO IN SMALL COMPLEX wfth pool 2nd floor unil with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths All appliances included SS6 900 tOTWE 942-2400 • OPEN SUNDAY 1-4 1758 ROX8URY. S of 9 Mlie. Z of Southfiald 3 bedroom bnck Colonial $85,900 642-2400 • OPEN SUNOAY, 2-5 19643 ViLLA DRIVE N . S ol 12 Mile. E. of Evergreen End Unit CONOO, 2 Bedrooms MS 900 842-2400 • OPEN SUNDAY. 2-5 29922 RAMBLING, N of 12 Mile W ol Southfield 4 bedroom Cape Cod m Cr an brook Vtfage $101,900 642-2400 CONTEMPORARY STYLE with Colonial living 4 bedrooms, 2'4 oaths AH amenities and unique floor plan BIRMINGHAM SCHOOLS $131000 11CHE 942-2400 SHARP. CLEAN. PERFECT 2 bedroom aluminum ranch on Beautiful, large country iol. In a nice area Quiet peaceful and convenient location lor t h a immaculate home Call now lo

N U K IHVILLfc A GREAT RENTAL Completely tumiahed aluminum 2 alory homa with 3 bedroom* 134 b a m * formal dtotng room. Bvmg room with Araptaoe and famay room A l IM* tor $1,900 a month 194-997$

• OPEN SUNDAY. 1-4 41923 BANBURY. S of SI* MM. W. of Haggerty ETECO TIVE HOME ON THE PARK 1 NorthvBta Common*) 3 bedroom*. lamdy room w«h flreptaca. 3 car garaga. 2'4 bath*, formal dlrwng room, rec room, central air and more $174,900. 347-3089

FULL OF CHARM Open Boor plan with vaulted ceBtog. Spacious d M n g room with bay window 3 badroom. IVk bath home. Lota of charm and ptanty of room $109,900 492-1911

• OPEN SUNDAY. 2-5 589 RANOOLPH. S of Eight MM. W. of Canter VICTORIAN Two famBy home Charming homa wtth lot* of room and privacy $199,900 947-3080 SHARP, CLEAN, convenient location Beautiful complex lor thM beeultful 2 bedroom. 2 bath upper unit condo ONLY $78.9001 992-1911

COUNTRY UVTNG IN THE CITY Beeutttol 4 bedroom ColonM on eeteto-atta lot Hardwood floors *CM to ma charm ol ma laMfeBy decorated home 2 car attached and 3 car dalachad garaga $239,900 492-W11

BEAUTIFUL 1^150 sq ft. ranch with load* ol extra* a what's naw m Novi 3 bedroom*. 2 fuB baths, cathedral ceding, upgraded carpeting and drapea Aieo included are kitchen appliance* Ail for $87 500

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TERMS! TERMS! TERMS! Check out tlx* 3 bedroom tol •d bnck ranch m quiet neighborhood with private backyard and Femdaie School* Seaer wm help with points for FHA. Hurry Won't last' Homa W«rranty $39,900 CB179

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• OPEN SUNDAY, 1-4 8507 SIX MILE. N side Of Six MM. E of Pontiac Trail LOOKING FOR ROOM TO RUN YOUR HORSES? 15 acres with 6 stalls pkj* a real country ranch with 6 bedroom* country kitchen, greet room. 2 woodBurning stoves and mora $210,000 947-30M

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A HOME WITH CHARM! 3 badroom brick ranch shows prtd* of ownership A beautiful Boor plan to arrange your furnltura and leal comfortable Move-in condlttonl $82,900 CB173 737-9323 IMMEOIATE OCCUPANCY! Loeely IM Boor end i M condo •Mb 2 DoOuum* 2 bathe dining -X". k lichen appBancea ntoitr*! decor and ctoee to " t o p p i n g A* ot M * tor or*y $48 500 C B l S 3 m - 9 S a

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IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY AND A HOME WARRANTY' V e c i o u s lovely 4 badroom 214 bam, tn-tovel naaltod on * iraad 413 acre FamBy room mm natural fireplace 2 car attached garaga and moral $114 ,900 C8181 7T7-4ESS3

Picture depiction is only one ol many newly constructed homes available in the western suburbs Prices range from $114.900 to $500,000

CUSTOM CONTEMPORARY' B"ad tor modem avrng MMunng 4 badrooma. 3H

• OPEN SUNOAY, 1-4 38745 TRISTRAM S of 17 MMr-W of Ryan Custom bunt 3 bedroom Colonial Custom fireplace central air. top quality $139 900 TM45TR 524-9575 • OPEN SUNOAY 1-4 2153 LINOELL, N of 15 MMe, E of Oeqwndre 3 bedroom bungalow. ceramic Me ahower with raised whirlpool Large IOI $82,500 TMS3LI 924-9875

WATTLES CB££K CONDO 2 bedrooms. 11% Baths full basemen 1. large Irving and dining aree Move in at closing" $79 850 T0370L 524 *575 JUST CALL THE MOVER'S 4 badroom 2 fcjB bath Quad Beautiful Iol backing up to woods Family room with fireplace Only $123,900 TOS7SL

TOWNHOUSE CONOO 3 badrooma. 2'4 baths Exceaam location handy to 1-75 and ahoppmg A i appliances included N*uti>al decor $94,900 TOITK! 524-9875 RANCH 3 bedrooms, spacious kitchen wnn breektaat

2-4 car garaga Lovely tread lot $104,900 T045WR

FINISHED LOWER LEVEL haa kitchen n thM 3 bedroom 2 beth ranch with axtraa mcaxJn g rec room and central mr BONUS Waahar and dryer STAY*! $83,700 737-BOM

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• OPEN SUNDAY. 1-4 29M | DASHWOOO. S of Mapia. W of Dequndre 3 bedroom. 114 I bath Tri-Level Family room) with fireplace Country sue iol $82,900 T068DA S34-9575

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ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL

WALLED LAKE • OPEN SUNOAY. 2-5 5711 PtOGE. S of Maple. W of I Decker ALMOST NEW 3 bed-1 room. 2 bath brick and wood I ranch Underground sprinkling I and profeasional landscaping. | cathedral ceoMngs $138,500 " 347-3090 ON WALLED LAKE Don't I miss this 2 bedroom. 2 bath I ranch with your own private I dock Terrific master bedroom [ with skykght Also feature* an I enclosed porch, newer roof | and aluminum siding $109,900 459-4000

O P E N S U N . 1-4 Roeedaie Gardana 3319 California. S o f W Chicago, t ot Farmington 3 bedroom brick ranch. 1'4 betha. recently decorated tamay room, bedroom* 8 kitchen with bay wlnOow 2 car garaga. central mr Finished baaemenl with iacuzzl $ cuatom oak bar New profaaaional landscaping 1 block from achools 8 park $95,900 525-2523

FLEETWOOO, N of Long Lake. E. OL CooBdga 3 bed room. 1*4 beth Cckoma Nau$114,900

Alluring H o m e s

NON NICERI At $74,900 abaokitafy charming Cape Cod featuraa beautiful remodeled gourmet kitchen with buBI-ina. 1*1 floor laundry, larga tol. 2H car garaga " H O U S E OF P L E N T Y " Speoous brick 4 bedroom. 2 ' i bam ABSOLUTELY STUNNING homa feature* lamBy room, patio, Stone front cape cod 4 bedrooms, central M . 2 car attached garaga ; 2'4 baths, 15x12 den. 19x18 farrvHy Stevenson School a r e * $102,000 room, newer root 8 windows, baaament. 2 car atlachad Just listed. R A R E FIND1 $165,000 Beautiful authemc Cape Cod taeASK FOR RAY O W E N S turee 4 bedroom*. 2'4 baths 1st floor laundry. famBy room, natural The Prudential dining room, canGreat it attached i trai nr. basement 626-9100 o r 5 5 3 - 7 0 7 1 car garaga Popular $159,900

Century 21

AFFLUENT LIFE STYLE New on the market 1 En toy your life style in the peecefut residential district of popular Wlndridge Sub This home offers 3 large bedrooms, larga country kitchen, formal dining room and 1st Boor laundry Neat package for $154 900

WARREN • OPEN SATURDAY, ' 29718 MACKENZIE CIRCLE. | S of Common Rd , W Ryan 3 bedroom ranch. 2 fuB I baths, protaaaionaify finished [ basement $82,900 TM16MA

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EXECUTIVE TUDOR 4 bed-1 rooms. 2 full bath*. 2 half I baths 3 fireplaces, quarters I lor maid or offio* with sep*- [ -»f* entry $329,000 T079SW | 524-9575 ENTERTAIN OUTDOORS OR INI On either the woimanized | deck with cement patio glass enclosed sun room that I comas tuUy equipped with thM 3 bedroom. 2 beth r*nc« leeturing newer roof, vinyl siding and 2 car attached garaga | with opener $127,900 737-9000 STOP" Don t miss this 4 bedroom. 2'* balh traditional Co- I lonial First floor laundry, central air Ealy Elementary school in subdivision $143,500 | TJf-9000 OPEN SUNOAY, 1-4 4311 ORCHARO CREST, S Of WM- | nut Lake. W of Orchard Lake Master suile with fireplace | breathes warmth into rha bedroom. 2'* bath ColonM I with finished lower level, great [ room and formal dmmg room $199,900 737-8000 C H E r S DELIGHT TIM 2 bed-1 room 2 balh ranch condo haa a gourmet Mand kitchen thai I will laacvvaia even me begin-1 rung cook with us ceramic designer worktop 2 car attachad | garage $205 000 737-9000 BEAUTIFUL CONTEMPO- I RARY Thl* 2 bedroom. 2V» beth home ha* foyer opening lo two story greet room Larga master suite with iacuzzl and mower staB F i r * Boor laundry | and 2 car attached garaga $'84,950 737-9000 MAGNIFICENTLY DECORATED1 Traa 4 bedroom. 2<4 bath Contamporary has a great room thai w« impreaa. a tarmal dmmg room mat wM (MB/ta and Brd Boor Mmdry thai WIB ptoaaa $339,000 737-91

RACHEL RION

Bbaarr g a i n R a n c h You want updates 7 TIM 3 bedroom brtck ha* i*plBcemont vtoyt-thermo window*, roof, energy efficient furnace with cantrai mr. Stalnmaatar carpal. ramoOaled kltcften and bam Alao lealure a Brushed tiaeemenl and garaga Askng $73,900.

343-3000

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AMERICAN DREAM Brick ranch with aluminum trim. 1500 *q ft.. 3 badrooma good scad. 1'4 bath*. famBy room with natural Arapiece. baaemenl. centre! aa. 2 - car attached garaga. deck. buBl in 1977 Aakmg $114.000

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• PLYMOUTH TWP OPEN SUN 1 30-4:30 Pool Lover* 8 l o r u r a enthu*t*sl* rejoice *t an affordable prlca. $111900 Ranch home. 3 bedrooms. famty room with natural fireplace. 1% balh*. 2 car garage, flniahed baaament. 1400 *q. fl. CALL JOHN REISNER Re-Ma* West 261-1400

Better M o v e Fast on this beeutBul 3 bedroom colonial complete with newer furnace rooi. water heeler, and cuatom neutral decor throughout. The chef of me famBy wta love the large country knchen with new Jiehwaanar and tot* of cupboard space Priood to • M a t $123,900

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AN AMAZING VALUE! On this Lrvonia 4 badroom bnck ranch 2 FuB baths. fuB finished basement 2 cer garage. Country Knchen. central air. much more Priced to ae*. $109,900 CALL TERRY OR ROSEMARY 473-6200 R E / M A X F O R E M O S T . INC.

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474-5700

Independently Owned and Operated BY OWNER • 5 M M 8 Newburgh 1.162 aq.ft. 3 bedroom. 1'4 bam

ANYONE DESIRING A CLEAN WELL DECORATED BRICK RANCH

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421-5660

Harry S. Wolfe. R E A L T O R S

421-5660

independently Owned and Operated Famity Circus Of your home le bulging al the •eema, we've got the aoiulton Move up l o m a 1978 bum 4 bedroom brick quad level m Northwest Uvonia Prima tot with * ravine view Featuraa 2'4 baths, finished basemem. 1st Boor laundry, and much more $167,300

CENTURY 21

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421-5660

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HOMETOWN REALTORS DELIGHTFUL! View from thta Bvtog room gluaa you the edvantaga of looking out onto a M g a tread lot. 3 DeOroom. 114 bam brick ranch Nioa flmahed baeomoni

One Way Realty ARISTOCRATS STYLE Greet room concept m choice location. 3 bedroom*. 2'4 bam*, formal dining room. l*t Boor laundry, profeaaranaBy landacaped. sprinkling sy*l*m. central aa 8 nawar deok. plush! Jual $177,900

BEALTriRJL BEAUTIFUL 3 Dedioom. 1<4 betfi tr modeled kitchen. famBy room, beeutMul yard. dack. attactwd garaga with opener $04,900

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$85 « r DON'T MISS THIS! W M maintained 3 bedroom ranch. 2*4 car garaga. central M . $89,900

MARY GATTO

NEWER AREA I* where you wBl Bnd-tht* Immaculate 3 bedroom. 2H bam c o l o n M Greet Room with l o m M dining room a r e * dan. l a l Boor Mmdry. deck $151,900.

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ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom. 114 bam ootonM. famBy room, attachad garaga. Kayak pool, nioa large comer lot. hardwood Boor* Malned woodwork I crown molding, newty remodeled kitchen 8 bam. move-to oondmon $114,000 Open Houae Six 1-5 14008 Oaatortoga. neer Schooicrafl 8 Marrtman.

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464-6400

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NOTTMQHAM WOOOe - te aon wNh B M pond. 4 badroom ooto _ central M . apHnktoi* 1st Boor laundry 32400 Cambndg* CALL JIM SZKRYBALO et 261-1400

UVONU - 3 beMoom. 2 M bam. TrMavaL brtck w/naw a M M a a a Mdmg. a oar aer e g * dack. naw roof, oanral M . I I U J O B 427-M17

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The Michigan Group Realtors 591-9200

$173,900

Supar tor aBigta* rlgM tar i Exceptional ctaan and apa. . bedroom, very targe BMig room end dining room, o o n d * M m p o r t * Near Mrery. senior center, ale. CAtL BRENOA LEE F ANDREI

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MONDAY ISSUE: 5 P.M. FRIDAY THURSDAY ISSUE: 5 P.M. TUESDAY

421-5660

ERA FIRST FEDERAL s 478-3400

DEARBORN - Moe brtffc and afwMnum 3 badroom burigatow In W. "wigr>Oort»>3 Naamr ftjrM s a t a Larga Florida J 2 oar M e c h s d gara S7i.9oa

OPEN SUN. 1-4 NOTTINGHAM WOODS - Bi condtaon la mta 4 bedroom 2H bam bnck colonM. large country knchen with buBt in*, nto* t a n * y room w«h Bi'aplaca. formal d h M g m baaament 2 car altacfiM on larga tot. 32401 Cam(S. of 6 M B * E. of FanNng-

LIVONIA $56,900

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Harry S. Wolfe. REALTORS

Uvonia

CANTON - Mini condtaon - move OPEN HOUSE - Country, coiy 3 right in. Graat near kitchen open and badioom. tame maalar bedtou Thta 3 haa 6 fL X 6 ft. amam EaMng an opana to 12 fL X 32 fL dec*. 22 fL X 30 ft. 2 story garag* and moral Open Siav. Aprt 29. irom 2-5pm 16407 Foe*. Uvonta FARMMQTON MLLS S U M n g CALL MARY ANNE contemporary new - neutral

476-S3Q0

MOVE RIGHT I N T O M J M room CotonM aam neutral de- I cor and m m bknda Parquet wood Boors m tamay room | Wonderful location $I2«.S

aeraa. 2H I Florida rot garage $104,900. K M

creak $147,900

tanoad M r d . won t laat. S6S.900. CALL GRACE MIKTON 421-6799 al 522-6040

UVONU

OPEN SUNOAY. 1-4 8792 GRAY. 8 , Of Joy. W CU W | — LIVONIA SCHOOLS Larga 4

FARBM4QTON MLLS O P B I SUN 1-4PM 21436 GILL ROAD VersatBe open Boor plan l thta 3 badroom. 3 bam i r o o m * l a l Boor lauidry. tara*

UVONIA SCHOOLS, a great horn* 3 b a d r o o m * kvtng

U V O N U - OPEN SUN 1-3 pm ModamttaBon 4 updalBiy done by ownar wMi cozy wtttog. laraa gar a g * M g a tot. $75,900 Had Carpet Kaim- Carol Maaon Inc. 344-1800

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• OPEN SUNOAY. 2-S 1819 AUBURNOALE. N ol Great E. of HBM NEW CUSTOM COLONIAL 3 bedroom*. T* f beths $114 900 M U M

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MMTCONOmON LfVOMA 3 badroom. 1H bam bf M M in UvoOPEN SUN 1-4PM nia. Too many mirtalaa to aer in A-1 16000 F AIRFIELD Lovely, eomptaMi < H I H 3 bed- immacMtaa Mapef Only $64 500 room. 1500 *Q. f t ranch on H acre C M TOM REED freed lot backing to Rotary Per*. Healed 3 car garag* art warm inviting (unroom and 36* Inground gunfle p o d 1124.900

H O M E T O W N REALTORS

KNOTTINGHAM

DEADLINES FOR CLASSIFIED " U N E R S "

459-6222

ranch, ftniehed

CO 7V 3 bed. fenced yard Only $82,900. S-VkS Conventional 30 year 2/1 buydoam. 5% down if queBltod 477-SELL (477-7355) or 522-8000

WEST BLOOMfiELOrHlOOMrilLD

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The Prudential

independently Owned and Operated

fcOO A.M. - S300 P.M. FRIDAY •

Remerica

261-4200

Executive Retreat Eacap* the city right m Northwest Lrvonia ParkflM wooded h M acre wta in Nottingham Woods 2.692 square toot brick quad with 5 bedroome. 3 "4 baths. Bniahed basement. huge place and 3 $169,900

completely remodeled kitchen. Breezewey dack. 2H car garaga $132,500 C M . . PETE ZABALA

AND FROM

CENTURY 21

522-8000

Room to roam plus 4 badroom* laBiout

8:00 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. MONDAY - THURSDAY

GARY JONES ROCMtSTfR

OPEN SUN. 2-5 esmmgham-euomfMd 3 bedroom. 1-4 bam. brick ranch Wejt BtoomlMl-Orchard I M * with J * cer gereg* Bniehed baaeFamsnglon-firmington H M mant. 12X20 deck, lancad yard, Bnghton narund. Waned L * « ctoee to ahcpping 6 aagtaaaaai SoumfMO-Lamrup $101,500 29620 Edward First Soum Lyo* Mifford Highland btock W ol-Middtaoelt. THM btock N ol Schooicrafl Rochesler troy REO CARPET KEIM Royal OM-Oak Part 624-7100 Munfmgica Woods i IVOMIA 3 >C Wnom-Conitierca-Unioh Lak« PRICED RIGHT i H Oaklmd County Noma* f l s a dance that premews wick stylPIVMOUTM 312 Livorua i n g Remodeled home, gee heal, 313 Canton main laval laundry, lancing. 3 bad314 Ptymouth rooma. Naar ahope 2 car garage. 315 Northviae-Ncw 1 « Rata homo veto* $54.900 CaM. Convanttonal. FHA 6 VA poePbla 316 W«Bard-Carden Cit) 317 Bedford Ji8 Dearborn-Oearboin -Mguls 3'9 Qrosse Ponla Hartford South 320 Homas-Waync County 321 Homas-LiMngtlon County 322 Homes-Macomb County 323 Homes Roomy CotooiBl Washtena* County lerge aacluded lot. Brick 324 0 m « Suburban Homes haa 214 bath*. 1*1 floor leundry. ca325 Real Estate Services 328 Conaos ceiwTMc lover aeth Mudkig 419 M o t M Home Space 400 Apartments 327 New Hom« 3u*Jors and 2 cer attached g a r a g * 420 Rooms 401 Funrtur* Rarnai 328 Dupfenes 4 Towrvhouses $142,900 421 LMflg Quarters lo Share 402 FurnMiad Apartmams 330 Apartments 422 Wantad to Rant 403 AantaAgancy 332 Mooue Homes 423 Wintad to Ram-Resort Property 404 Houaa* 333 Northern Proparty 424 House Siting Semce 405 Property Uqrrr* 334 Out of Town P-operfy Harry S. Wolfe. 425 Cornataacani MhMwq Homes 406 F m M M d HouBa* 335 Tim* Share 426 Home Health Care REALTORS 407 UoCM Homos 336 Southern Procerty 427 Foster Cars 406 D « B M 337 Farms 428 Homes for the Aged 410 FtaB 338 Country Nomas independently Qenad and Opei Mad 429 Garages/Urn Storage 412 Tf>anfiou9*s/tomoim«n( 339 lots 1 Acreage 432 Commercial/Reta< ROSEDALE GAROENS 413 Ten* Share 340 Lake Rnar Resort Property Brtck - priced to move. Supar view 434 kndustnai/Warahouse 414 Soulham Rentals 342 Lake Front Property of Grand home*. Bright brtck rancfl Lease or Sata 415 Vacation Reman 348 Cemetery t o l l with 2 car g a r a g * cozy gas log Bre436 Office Business Space 416 Hafc p4aoa. hardeood Boors, kitchen ep351 Business 8 Professional /dryer included. Bn117 Resdenre lo Excfiang* Buildings 3 beaoome Neer 352 Commeroa/Selail m Pant) F i r * 353 ndustrial/WarefiouM rata homa value $64 900 Sate or .ease EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY 354 income Property au 'M estste MOvertime 355 industrial vacant Property fa* Housing Act ot 1966 wlvcn makas 1 • aapaf lo arfomrum "any Hartford South 356 investment Property preference omrtafion or Oacmnat-or basad on race, color, rakpion. 358 UorlgageS' Land Cortracts t r i nandcap 'arrakal status or national origin, or mention to mate 360 Busrwss Opportuwies any such preference, limitation or enacrmnanon This newspaper aa> SPARKLING CLEAN 3 badroom not knowingly accept any artrmrttsmg lor rami estate wftcft nm 361 Money to Loan/BorrcNi ranch, new kAchan, new deM. Violation Ot the law Our readers are hmrtoy informed thai anbrick dweamgt 362 Sea Esaw Wanted 2 car garage with Bntahad beaatc/vertrseo m tha newspaper are aiHtue on an equal opportunty 364 usteigs Wanted mem $64,960 261-9462 basis Open SaL-Sun.. 2-5 Aa adnen*ng p u O k M d *> The Ctooer ei 6 .'ccantnc • SUImci to the conation* stated m the eppkcaBta rata card, copm ol wheh are a eBaBN B U Y IT SprBwttnQ Ranch from me A d v e r f n g Dapartmana. OCaar m 8 Eccanmc Hewpaperi CentrM Ltaonta v* acre pertdBie salS E L L IT 36251 SchooicraB Read I M M I * 48150 ( 3 l ? | 591-2300 ting 1.676 square tool brtak oftar* 3 Obeervei * Eccar-tnc n a r • ihe rgm not to accept en eO wtww » F I N D IT order Obeerver 8 Ecoanmc Ad-Takars have no eumonty to Mto ma mam. lamfty room. 2 Braptaea* and rwwspapar and oray puUca«on o> an advertaemanf shM constitute knei C l A S S i f i f 2 car attached garaga. $129,900 accepianca of Bie t d w n s a ' s o n M

COUNTRY COMFORT! E 2 TERMS Mint condmon. country charmer thru-out O M floors and mokhnga BeeutlfuBy newer remodeled kitchen thru-out. lormal dining room. 3 badroom-ranch. first Boor laundry, shoaled on a large lot on * quiet freed Bned * u eat So much more - muat •ae t h M PON OR DORIS

ATTRACTIVE 3 bedroom brtck ranch, new*y decorated throughout FuB baaament. 2'4 car brick garaga Nice a r e * Open Sal 1-4, 9545 Arc o l * $81,900 422-0004

Bring offer* on this newly listed spacious 3 bedroom brick ranch. 2 baths, country kitchen, finished baaament with rec room & 2 extra room* lor ofKce. etc Need* some redecorating $79,900

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on almoet 6 acres with small lake Home on property could be rental. LAND CONTRACT AVAILABLE $199,900 70HAT | 642-2400

261-2000

A w a r d Winning Office 1986. 1987, 1988, 1989

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421-7040

WEST BLOOMFIELD

Livonia

OPEN SUN. 1-4 Spacious 1.600 e g I I 3 bedroom ranch on Mrge lot. I M bam* tonrM dkUng room 6 targe temBy room Only $62,900 C M

HOMETOWN REALTORS

6ole

COLONIAL - Open Sun 12-4 4 bedroom. 2'4 bath. famBy room, torcentrai Nr. na HoBow Sub.. $159,900 C M

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CHARMING 8 UNIQUE- 3 bedroome. formal dining room. dan. 2 » i garage, lovely i/aaotof $77,900 Century 21 Waat. toe 349-8800

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Century 21 525-9600 Extraordinary Cuatom ranch Mtn 3 apactoJt badrooms. beeutMul large kltchan, d m floor laundry, formal dMng. 2 ^ famsy room, ovaratad 2 car g a r a g * Oaaament. large manicured lot.

$18$.0OO.

PLYMOUTH TWSP - Open Sun 2S. 8361 Southwonh. a. ol Ann Arbor Rd - brick 3 bedroom. t H beer, ranch with wooded yard, lamay i a c u a . Cantrai ak. Price reduced! Owners erutous $128,500 Homeowners Concept 346-33SS Oaner 466-3867 QUAIL HOLLOW wactous 1% bam 3 bedroom brtck ranch RrMhed baaament. mova-m umnjlikjti OPEN SUN 1-4. 1119 Academy Ct 8174.900 RIOQEWOOO HILLS 2.600 loot quad. 4 badroom. 2 M l beth* 2 hall b a i n * SMng i tormal d M n g Ani executive borne el $213,800

CHARMING CIOER HOME IN PRIME AREA OF PLYMOUTH Treeaned street. 3 bedroom* Svtng $190,000 ^ OPEN SUN 2-6 549 ProvlncMown 3 bedroom, hardwood floor* updated kitchen end bath. flnMhed baaament. Greet price el $101,800

Remerica HOMETOWN REALTORS

DOLL HOUSE NEAR DOWNTOWN Extra aharp t we* taken cere o«. Greet sterter. 2 bedroom, lerge lot. . jMjpB0

459-6222

FREE-WEEKLY LIST

HELP-U-SELL

RIDGEWOOO HILLS

459-6000

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UVONIA - JUST LISTED NOTTINGHAM WEST t H batfa

LEE WILBANKS , ^ .-.I- • - - - « ™ B l 7 nUIBIMOCiaiS

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476-5900

REAL ESTATE

476-1600 room aflh $128,980

Many o a r o * I S S M

5 BEDROOMS

In thta gorgeoua Cape Cod Beautllul brtck flraplece. format dtolng. M floor laundry. 2 M b a l h * quality cabinetry In kitchen, beeonianl. altached gerege. OMy $112,800

Remerica HOMETOWN REALTORS 459-6222

OPENSUN. 1-4pm 47244 Barflan. N. of W a r n , w.oi Canton Cantar. OaakebU Sun•oaart.4 bedroom. 2% bath ootonM en prtmo tot. flrat floor tauntay, oantral atr. M M dining. tamfly room «flh M l t e 1 M beeemenl. $136 900

CENTURY 21

SUBURBAN 455-5660 464-0205

M. CANTON

REALTOR®

313 Canton

OPOt SUNDAY 1-00 - 4:00 1411 Ctevay. Canton, aoulh of Ford Rd-. aeat of Canton Center .(Enter on Sawn. First oflermgl TMe daeelc red brtck tt—liable M ooHMal (buflt In 1688) Is Mtueted on a quiet court Thar* are 3 bedroom* tv» b a t h * oantral atr. 2 car attached parage. 1st floor laundry, anormoue tonoed rear yard, deck off breakfast nook, snd l a d g r i n perfect Itoor. wafl and * • covering* $127,800.

ROBERT BAKE Realtors 453-8200

NETWORK

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OPEN SUN.

314 Ptymouth BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom brtck ranch, i t t beths. 2 car . newly deco464-6626 CHARMING 8 BRIGHT 3 badroom throughout. Fireptaoe.targetot. ctoee to loan. Must aeel. $88,800. 481-0080 CITY OF PLYMOUTH - 881.000 Adorsbta in town bungalow Feeturee 3 bedroome. wM otaater a a 8 * yard. CaB today a M tor: OONNA FOREMAN Re-Max Croearoade 453-6700

g a r a g * Pride of $118,800.

REMERICA couNnsy

Century 21 ROW

CUSTOM CAPE COO 2 yeers nam, two tMrd acre lot. Private road. 4 bedroom. 3 bath brtck/ coder capa ood oftara greet room

•'464-7111 extract $288,900.

Kathy Barker R E A L.ESTATE ATE ONE I 456-7000 456-3728



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pointed- TMs draem home can bo puroheood tor |asl $123.8001

The Prudential William Decker. REALTORS

455-8400

carpet. peML 884X100.

061-7133

TRANSFERRED, SALE BY OWNER room, 3% baM. 2300 o q J t ootonM • S Canton. PrntatPuiiP^ daco-

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TMs aflmota near cRanakiu 4 bedroom. 2 baah Cape Cad has N M .

CoontryPtaos

464-4400

" i r v r r r e d garaga. $107,500 Ask tor-

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JOan M o t l e y REAL ESTATE ONE 346-6430 WELL MAINTAINED C a i H r » hente en 1.7$ aarae i aM. M i a r

OPEN SUN 1-4pm 11625 Butternut, N. of Ann Arbor Tr.. E-flt Haggerty Spactoue Plymouth Tap. homo wtm 3 bedroom* 1 * b a m * country kHehan. central ak, 4 2 car gerage. CaB tor detafl* $86,800 OPEN SUN. 1-4pm 6885 Brtarwood. 8. of Ann Arbor Rd.. E. of 1-275 Sharp $ badroom brtck ranch, mooter beth. lua baaament wan rec room,flreptauetor

Aaktag $ 1 1 8 * 0 (

OPEN SUN. 1-4

REMERICA

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updeted kitchen, fuel to noma a lew. $82,800.

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SHARON HAMILTON

JUST REDUCED 3 bedroom rancfi. 1 * bath* tamay room, fireplace, omened beeemenl/4th bedroom. $101,800. Muat aeel 453-1054 HURRY ON THO ONE 3 bedroom. 2 bam home Mth

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FIRST FEDERAL 478-3400

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K e ^ t r i u r - ^ EXTRA 8HARPI Speooua 3 bedroom ranch wMh 2 k a boat* n a a r bay window. M c f v an centra ak 8 l u m a c * Ntoely "ndacaped on r 4 acre* M8> duck oond. t163 900

CENTURY 21 SUBURBAN 455-5660 464-0205

JUST LISTED

Fantasac 4 badroom CotonM In Via

Entertem styfMVy m tha decorator formal a r e * En|oy the A predoue inspired homey nnikieaa ot tha Intormal eree eottmg backing into a heevt) wood- Mth your tamay Thta 4 badroom. ed commona aet* Ihe pattern lor 2<4 bath watameburg colonM home m a original owner brtck ranch. oomea comptaM Mm Orel floor launThara are 3 bodioom* an oak foyer $ dan. centra Mr conditioning, floor Mmdry. lu* baaemenl. and ZH dry automatic underground town waterattached garage A new root ing ayatem, fufl Beaemanl a attoo A home deeervfeg your mtereat tached 2 » car Mde entry g a r m $177,900 $229,900 For more taeturaa 8 amenities. CM ROBERT BAKE

Realtors 453-8200 OPEN HOUSE 2 0 0 - 5 00 SUNOAY 466 MARIA WIN ARBOR TRAIL * LILLEY 2 bedroom ranch condo In tures mcluOe 1V» bam*. 1 car sttached garege. I M floor laundry, finished baaament. patio deck $119,800

K.C.

COLONIAL REAL ESTATE 453-3939 OPEN SATURDAY 1-4 204 Plnowood Q r d t , Plymouth! On ths South tkta of Arm Arbor Trsfl met East of MM Street (1st buOOng on the left). BuBI In 1887. m a and unit one atory condominium oftara 2

REMERICA Country Plsos

961-2900

REAL ESTATE ONE 455-7000 459-5583

Remerica HOMETOWN REALTORS 420-3400 TWELVE DAYS unto the buy of a Matkm oomea on the merfcM A ctasMc Cape Cod located ki PtymouBi Oon't mta* outtM

J.P. HOSKO

Remerica HOMETOWN REALTORS

OPEN SAT 8 SUN. 1-6 Custom burn 3 badroom. 2tt bath. 2nd floor foyer. Sets on 3 a c r a * on tak* AJ carpet, oek floors m Ovtng 8 dlnmg room, much mors. Move m condMon Muat aeel 8306.000 CafleRemoon* 453-6687

WALK TO DOWNTOWN! 3 bedroom Bungatoer, newty remodeled w/caramtc tfled bath, nawar tomaoe. neutral Om mJ ceramic . leridecaped yard. Garage 8 more. $105,500

OPEN SUNOAY 1-4 42183 Otd Pond C k r t * Plymouth! On the aoum akta of F4va Mfle Road M t Eaet of Bradnew LaM than 3 years old thta fastidiously matrv 1*

459-6222

Sellers Can i t alat W/CloMng Costs Ask tor MARY. GERT, or KATHY Re/Max BoardaMk 315

deck, central tar and chotoe location wtm pond M o t $104,800

Worthv » g

BY OWNER-3 bedroom ranch. 2 H beth* U t brtck naturM wood aottlng. wMh take prfvitaga* u c a w n preengtouanca*^ v**$149.900 348-1877

OPEN SUNDAY 200-5:00 12887 PORTSMOUTH CROSSMG.I PLYMOUTHl South off Norm TanV tortM |uet 1 mfle weat ct Sheldon. Anl

BY OWNER. 3 bedroom ranch, on 2.8 a c r e * secluded. prNaM road. 2 U newly d e c o r a t e d b s t h s . 2000sqfL, 12x24 graat room, oethe-

ground tprtnktar* Be aure and vMt on Sundayd $288,900

ROBERT BAKE Realtors 453-8200 OPEN SUN.. 1-4 46461 Barrtngton, 8. of Ann Artwr Rd.. W of McClumpM* 2480 aq. IL aturmtng brtck 8 akrntnum ootontal

CENTURY 21

m red oeder Home Ideta tar tamBy 8 snterltankig. 7 mflea out ol Morthca up norm. Must aee 18208.060. 348-5274

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Remerica HOMETOWN REALTORS 420-3400

Be T a p . 3 bedroom* 2 tua tormM dltang. tamay room, hardwood floor* and a lovely hue yard M m t p e d U ptarmtog. Hurry thta one w o n t lest s i $174*10 OR

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SCHIAVI-

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TRAILWOOO ON THE CREEK 10074 N Canton Cantor. Woada 8 4 bedroom. 3 luB beat homa Formal

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RACHEL RION

BRAND NEW HOMES

NORTHVILLE'S charm abound* In thta move Into Victorian. Spaaoua r o o m * tormal d*Sng room, baaament. unique featuraa Include aaaat room $188,800. 580 Bessfln* 8. of 6 M 0 * E. of Center Open Sim. 1-4 NOVI - immecuiete ranch with outer plan. flrM Itoor H dry om. fcjge kitchen. Rracwatom deck $156,900 25809 Petro* N. of H>. E Of T«R.

Ask for John O'Brien NORTHVILLE - 3.8 acre* wtth running Mreem. reedy to bMW your dreem home, mtown. horse allowed Estate sized property AMlng $148,800. Lend Contract larma NORTHVILLE ad on targe lot in wooded Nfly aree wtmm weeing dtatanoa of lowrv tpectoue rooma 8 other amenlttaa. 3 bedroom* 2'A b a l h * lamay room, patio* C M to a e *

Ask for Annie Nichols NORTHVILLE updeted brtck ranch Mth 2'* newer aa conditioner. Kjmace. root, tkiminum Mdaia. vtnyt window* 8 much mora- $108,000

Ask for Kathy O'Neill NORTHVILLE - thta aharp 3 bedhe* family room large deck 8 Mde entrence garage. Aaklng $ 170,800

BRAND NEW HOMES Brtck kont ranchea under conetnicttan. 3 badroom, baaaniarit. choice of colors. From 866.900 2 location* off Wayne Rd.. REMODELED RANCH - 3 bedr o o m * now kltchan. beeemenl. 2 car garage JuM Haled st $65,800 Qrest area otOerden City

STATE WIDE METRO 427-3200

NOVI- OPEN SUN 1-3pm. Ranch home, ctaen 8 outo on targe lot. Nearer carpet, country kitchen $83,800. Red CerpM Katrn Carol Mason mc. 344-1800 NOV! RANCH 8400 sq. R. Mta on 2.8 sera* i Mon room. 2 baSi. 2 flraplao* $237,000. HMp-U-Safl Rata Estate 484-8696 NOVI-Under oonstructton. 2 J 7 « sq.ft. Con temp or ery m Pebble ftdge Sub. H acre IOL ftr apiece ki great room. 3 bedroom* aMk-in d o a e t * 2H b a l h * I M floor leundry $178,800. C M A J . Van Oyen NOVI - 4 b e d r o o m * 3 H beth*. 2 V* gerege. I M floor laundry. OMig/dkv G«/l0m0y room. btaR 1866. I v a s lot $158,000 471-8878 OPEN HOUSE SAT .APRIL 28. 2-6 Mhr' decor asled. M Ex. Maple Hflta $238,900. 348-8756 OPENSUN. 2-8 42340 Bradnar Rd.. Preettgtoue LMea of NonhvOta cotontai 4 badroom* 2% b a t h * atlachad 2% cer garage A M tor Cheryl or Palrto* ERA Mark ReaRyNW 468-4100 OPENSUN 1-3PM Lovely ranch laalurat 3 badroom* M flntahed bsaemait. 1M floor Mmdry$144,900 Red Carpet Kalm/Cerol Maeon. Inc. 344-1800 OWNER MUST SELL at-u •none Sub 2H beths, I

POOL LOVERS Fabulous WMtamoburo ColonM m mmt oondBton. r*i b a i t * fomBy room. cethedrM oMBng. huge greM ed toe 8 Brace pegged hvtkeooi floors l a l floor laundry, den. manastro* $187,500. Cad.

RICK SLU3HER

Remerica

261-4200 1 CHARMER ae 3-4 bedroom home. Greta Room wtm flreptaoe. cethe. $78,800. bimgatow has $ larga *. 2 baths. . 10 tot Only $50,000

AFFORDABLE RANCH

Ntos brtck ranch wtth 3 bedroome, beeuOM Oreplece tor thoee coiy cool n0*». 2 car garege and m o r * Wayne/Weettend Schoota. easing

CALL TIM KAZY RE-MAX BOARDWALK 522-9700

GARDEN CITY - BY OWNER f old. 3 bedroom brick, large country knchen. perk M e backyard w/ double deck. 4 yrs., left on H O W egreoment Some eppflancee included $75,000 A m / P m 425-3580

TIM HAGGERTY

11 AS dOQ. As* lor

Remerica HOMETOWN REALTORS

$284 900 A M tor KATHLEEN NEVI

Kathy Barker

UVONIA SCHOOLS This three yew naw contamporary w/3 badrooma srant MM long. Very open floor plan with vaulted 8 thedrM ceilings. Oek toyv, cerrtrw ak. 2000 e q . l L of Bvlna. O M cabinetry m 2 l u l bethe 8 kitchen Truty decorMad to todaya 8vtng. 8509 Gray. 8. of Jo*. W. of Wayna Opan S i m . 4-28-60. 1-4. CALL JIM SZKRYBALO Re M M Waat 2»r 4 bedroom home o n targe lot. ptac* iv» b e t h * heated garage 8 bnaaawai 421-7524 LIVONIA SCHOOLS mora, centra atr. Florida room. 2 * 871.800

lot. Truly e greet buy!

pTSTa £STTn

rtnnreafla.

2 level

$66,500 8 ol Cherry

RANDY

Gorgeoua 3 bed-

$74,800. S Of Ann Arbor Trafl. E LATHERS - 1888 Slmpie eeeumpflon on this $ bedroom rsnch. tarns knchen atah nook, hues temOy room, flraplao* Moe lot. Immadtata ^ u S o M M t ' * 2 ' ' 0 0 *" "

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OTHER OFFERatOS

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PLYMOUTH FRENCH COLONIAL

ION M l st 8 H T

NORTHSflLLl - P l y I Mta I M l Ita. % sera oomemperary. $ bedroome o M o * 2 batke, eotarksn. 8 ^ car aar e g * 8188.008 488-8^8

NORTHVILLE «881« R i l M l i l t B TradNtona r

ERA FIRST FEDERAL 478-3400

Century 21 CASTELLI

525-7900

SNEAK PREVIEW

ERA RYMAL SYMES

NOV SMI 1-4 808*7 KMga PM. $ had-

Tsstefudy decorated 4 bedroom home. W M mem tamed wtth newer high efficiency furneoe, newer carpet, newer roof end updeted beth C M lor dettaia on *peciM Nnendng $52 900

ERA ACCENT 421-7040 BY OWNER 3 bedroom cepe FlreDiaoe Acroee from gorfcou«*e $86,000 Opan Sun 3-Spm 25399 Roee Or or for eppt 533-7594

CENTURY 21 Hartford South

261-4200 First Homa Bargain

d to a M fata. Radtord 2 I room aluminum Mdad ranch Fln-

Harry S. Wolfe. REALTORS

421-5660

mdependontly Owned and Operated

HIDDEN IN THE PINES

536-2000

JUST MOVE M OwMtandkia 3 naw carpetaig. rec room, ramodjd^d bam 8 mora. 2

RED CARPET KEIM SUBURBAN 261-1600 MRJJON $$ GOLF COURSE VIEW M rtailha 11 w i w i w vi MAatior 4 bedroom w/atudy

"MILLPOINTE 595-1010

Mary Marlneili REAL ESTATE ONE 562-6110. sxt 22

644-3500

BEVERLY HILLS

SPACIOUS RANCH on a one a n lot. 4 beta oom* den. new meetor bedroom with |ecuoL 3 k a b e t h * new kltchan. baauWta traed tot. $154,900 .

High Standards? Live up lo them in the aperkftng 3 bedroom brick ranch with many update* Including naw cement, fur-

CENTURY 21 MJL CORPORATE TRANSFEREE SERVICE

IrM ak. carpetmg. and completely redone beth A reel gem at only $80,500

851-6700

The Prudential

OWNERS ARE SELLING _ WE ARE MARKETING

Harry S. Wolfe. REALTORS

474-5700

Independently Owned and Operated N Dearborn Heights - 3 bedroom. 2 bath, cuatom bum ranch wfth 2 car attached gerage 2 Vepiecat Arv.*hed beeemenl. lerge kitchen, air. on H ecre lot $169,900 274-6529

ROOMY Beeut lful 3 bedroom qued level piu* den, 1H beths, hsrdwoodfloors,flntahed beeemenl. fenced yerd. 2 CM attached gerege. $133,900

Century 21 464-7111

THINK FAST Seflers reedy to move end welting for en offer on thl* bnck rsnch with 1H bsths on 1M floor, partially flntahed beeemenl, newer ahmglea, wM piester end hardwood floor*. $72,900

Century 21 464-7111

THREE BEDROOM BRICK RANCH. 2Vk car attached gerege. M . tsmdy room, 2 flraplece*. lerge lot. $116,900 278-9540

319 Orosse Pointe CLARKSTON ' Clsrkston home on 3 treed acre* on Oeerteke $380,000 CoidwM Benker-The Michael Group GROSSE POINTE PARK 1254 Berkshire, Open Sun. 1-5. Lovely ootonM, 3 bedroom* 2 * b e t h * lerge lentay kitchen, dlnmg room, den. flrepiece. L o u of etorege apace Lerge l o t . beeutlfulty tandacaped. whole houee mcley mauitamed WaBdng detanca to achoot* + pars prhtaogea 862-8641

A very apetata cuatom contemporary • o t yet 2 yeers oM. Bunder* own home with many extra* Opan loR third bedroom lo uee as you prefer ; Spectacular deck with hot tub Premtum are* $296,000 H-59604

HALL & HUNTER Joy Morris 844-3500

houee on e targe tot Architect woflung dtatanoe kto Ouarton tery. 844-4732

$480,000 BLOOMFIELD MLLS. By Ownar mond Lake prtvoegee. Too merry tav provemeoU to ML Asking $124000. C M for mora Information 883-0773

$338,800

866.faO M l

M

xl Roomy

B f n j m 0 n i i p n m — w fcun m a > T f e >0 i 137 ML 3 ba&-

tlktay tread lot in Lone Pine Road

$MMHM$NOK ^•caornrNBMfli

yard Rec room. 8406.000

HALL & HUNTER 644-3500 NEWLY CONSTRUCTED 3.300 aq. fl. home located in downtown Bir mtagham Open Sun. l-5pm 615 Henrietta For kather information c a i d a y * 888-81M). evee 844-^853 OPEN SAT 8 SUN 12-5pm 1820 Henrtatt* Recentt, updated, S M # M ootonML 3 larg« bedr o o m * 2 l u l bethe. piue den $148,900 846-6747 OPEN SUNDAYS 2-5 Attractive 2 atory on a huge comer lot with Mde entry garaga 4 e rooma. oentrM ak. flnehed bi mem. lamay room t living room, 2 flrepteoea. merry axtraa Preetlgloua PtoomBMd aub wtth lota ot charm 1620 Oder MM $219,900 C M 540-3030 or 538-5226

Bloomfield Hills

trVtevM featuring 1 ka. "

(S. of Ouarton & E. of Lahaar)

home wM kitchen and appltanoa* DeeutMuly room. Lots ol window*. Open floor m. Lois more. Plan to e 15.000 H-83682

e

HANNETT, INC. 646-6200

OPEN SUN. 12-4PM Upper Straus U 4400 Sq. Ft. newer CoMowpwary. Perfect tor entertaining. Reoantly reduced to 8448.000. CASS LAKEFRONT 4 lots sirMabla wtm W Btoomfletd Schoota from $250,000

$374,800 C A U CHRIS OR DONNA BFtMAlf ElTECLmVE Z32U

DETROIT - 3 bedroom brtck bungelow. 1 beth, knotty pme Florida room, dining L, nam copper piumbg l ^ M M d . ptant 6 < £ £ * £

BIRMINGHAM OPENSUN. 1-4PM 606 Ernmon* N. of 14, W of Woodward. Unique atudto home etah toft river abarl comer lot. newty renovtae d pooMbMtiM tor

DETROIT - 3 bedroom brtck bungalow, 1 bath, knotty ptne Florida room. dMng l_ new copper pmmbd

s . , x r

4

'

DETROIT-

garaga. ASK FOR ROLANO HARMS CENTURY 21 TOWN 8 COUNTRY 642-8100

844-3500 road. Rovfna lot Extanalva decking 8 pniTTl, 3 bedroom. 2 bathe, muta aa* $2t$M0. 861-8106

Bloomfield Schools

Beat buy m Bkmmgham Formal Updated end w M me* named 3 or 4 DadrooTi,, bMfi I t m l y hocM wtlfi

BIRM INGHAM-Open houe* Sun 15pm ExoepMonta tamfly homa m prime MidvM area. 6 badroom* 4V* Sapeota d M n g room Central aP. 2 car attachad garag* $188,800 b e t h * meeter bedroom wtm p aai ing room, hardwood floors throughHALL & HUNTER out Naw Euroatyto tdtohon etah 644-3500 trig - - - - BLOOMFELO 2400 aq.. IL. 4 bedroom. 2'
16t81 7 r

tamay home $27,500

HALL & HUNTER BLOOMFIELD - naw on markaL pro-

Good 1-0607

°~T

OPEN HOUSE - Sun . AprO 29 12-6pm BeeutMul lafcevww, newty remndeHJ. 3 badroom homa In taty of Btatovtae 697-3697

308 Birmingham BtoomfMd A CHARMING Baverfy HON bnck ranch Two bedrooms. FemOy room Cantrel sir Lsrge treed lot $128,500 288-1131

BIRMINGHAM OPEN HOUSES

AFFORDABLE SPACE-4 bedroom ootontal. open Boor ptan. Only $152.1 Raeay Wortd/McMlyra Aaeoc mc 642-7747

•OPEN SAT 1-4PM| 1882 Waahmgton S oft ..ncoir H oI >>wrca

BEAUTIFUL BIRMINGHAM BUNGALOW - 3

463 N Gtangerry. N oB Map** w

flraplece >erete dmmg roi $124 .800 90C Opan

SELLERS W8X CONSIDER Oeetenoro oeta

BEAUT»UL f g O i l MBM. 6 badr o o m * 4 Bath* m Bi lege o r e * En I M condition a M

8468.000 CM between

• S Y L V I A GALLANTg

BEAUTPUL 3 beProom brtck ranch

WALPH MANUEL 647-7100 Many

T* aatraa

787

W off Frankfln $256 900 CaB 868-3672 or 651-8426 BEST BUY OPEN SUN 1-4 142 $ beta aom ranch, l i t 1148.800

REAL ESTATE Better Homaa & Gardens

OPEN SUN. 2-5 PRICE REDUCED! i

131 E. Lincoln to downtown

Including 2 cer gemoret $164,000 LW1 DUR8IN mc . REALTORS 628-3000

tfcyfltae 6 2 d a c k * $288,000

CENTURY 21 TODAY 855-2000 BY OWNER - Open Sun 1-4 W BloomflMd. 4 badroom* 2 atory. brtck ootonM. targe ecreened porch. IM floor tbrery. laundry. 2700 aq a. $188,000 861-5147 FABULOUS CONTEMPORARY 4 Bedroom 3H brtck 2 Mory tantay end M n g roome. tormM dmmg room, terary knchen wMH b r e M feta nook, loaded wHh ertrea' Only $208.9001 Ce»

ERA

cerpattng thru-out, ormlca kHehan, tormM dmmg room. Bbrery. meeter bedroom atate • M buta m with 2 wea m cloeeta a t M ahower 8 tub Exlanalv* cuatom buflt-aia thru-out, 1M floor laundry, motivated eafler, immediate poaaeaelon. aaklng $249,900

OPEN SUN. 2-5 2188 MAPES8URY C a n Lake prtittagee, Wi IMd achoeM Fufly car hattay decorated Trt-Level. Located near Hfltor and Greer. 888.800 MWA DUR8W inc.. REALTORS 628-3000

CALL SYLVIA STOTZKY

OPEN SUN. 2-5

The Michigan Group 661-9808 or 851-4100

SOUTHFIELD - Beacon 8 q Open Sun 1-8. 21215 Oartmoum. Tri MveL 3-4 b e d r o o m * 1 fua bam, 3 hen beths. updated kitcmen. centre condmon.

I MODEL. end KX. Ot Mor aaa Very Lrd The e s i you * love Ovtng ta a* maa aa mowing elf lo your M o n d * Cafl tar dotoa* $1*4.900 Open houea el Sunday

A Homa To Apprsdata

You-» tafl m toeo etah Otta ataammg 4 bedroom 2Vt bam ootonM m boauflM Green HB Wooda backing l o commona e r e * Femfly room tanda ta awlertaetaig atah cosy fln and WM bar Extraa aidude underground apnnklsr*. cent piue aecurlly aratam. True value ta $178,800

17124 Bkwood. Opan l - 4 p m 3 badroom. 11* bam Bavarfy HON ranch. $131^00.

LARGE OECK overlooking private wooded tot 4 backroom* bath* lantated formica idtce tamfly room, flrst Boor laundry 5225 Cameron Open 1-4pm. 4 be- l O I I S dorom. 2 fufl. 2 he* b e t h * 2 atory Troy contamporary. 8257,BOO noto Open 2-5pm 3 badbathe Royta Oak Tudor. $129,900 kkjch more to tail you about any ol theeehome*Ctal.

CENTURY 21

MJL CORPORATE TRANSFEREE SERVICE

851-6700 WEST BLOOOMFCLD 2-5. 5200 CedertaurM On

Harry S. Wolfe. REALTORS

4840 mveray. N. o» WMnut Lafce RP 6 W ct Frankfln. Contemporary de3 bedroome. 8

OPEN SUN. 1-4

303 We6t BtoomMd Orchard Lake

dtaetta, centre air. aprtnktar ayeH a t $184,500 Col llomeoenars Concept 348-3366 Ownar881-TBB2 W. BLOOMFCLD Charming 3 bedmi ranch, h a taaarne'iL tanoed L 2 cer gerag* Lake prfvflaaa* .800 After 5pm. 363-?>50

C

W BLOOMFCLD - Open Sun. 1-6- 3 2 M M raweft Prkeetotta en. new Statnmaatar cerpet. neutral colors $128,600 7100 M. Mar rybrook Or. ( M. Of 14 M B * W. of

BY OWNER WEST BLOOMFIELD Luxury 3 bediount 2'4 bam con-

room home le oltared wah Land Coneact Terms $63,800 l l n d f l n * 348-7880

NEW LISTING

DARLEEN SMITH

RE/MAX 100

34Q-3000

ATTRACTIVE 3 badroom. 2H bath. IOL tafl baaement 1800 aq. I t . Neutra decor $178,000 881-B

FARfltaNGTON HILLS

23425 SPRtNGBROOK FHA OPEN SUNOAY 1-4 PM.. VA BY OWNER $126,900 . 4 bedroom S of U> M M Rd.. E. ol Orcherd ColonM I860 aq n. baaement. ra- Laka. U H country fltang - here fl M vine tot 28284 Gealdme Coiat. 1 3 bedroom ranch. Brat floor Mmdry. Mock N. of 10 ML. E. off Mtodtobelt 1 k a bam. country knchen wtm Open Set 6 Sun 1-6

CUSTOM BUILT

Naw 3 bedroom* 2 car garege. 2 k a beme w/osramic t a * h a baaement. wood window* On aeduded H ecre wooded tot 9 Mas/' Orchard Lk

with e apectecutar view of a lerge wooded toll 2 car attachad garage No drive byl See HM onta CALL DON OR DORIS

MAYFAIR

522-8000

FARMMGTON MLLS - N FROM 126,900 Knotawood Sub 28486 Gflchraei ModeW73-8106 Ofitoa-688-1618 OPENSUN 1-SPM OPTBdUM DEVELOPMENT M C • 4 badroom brtck ranch • 3 h a bame "OROP YOUR BAGS" Esctang tri M M ta move ta coneStton.

$117,800

476-1600 ELEGANT Colonial in Remblewood. Tranaterea* toee e your gatai Totaay ranioJMad knchen. balh. neaer carpeting, neuirM decor Fia nace and carta M M naw ta 1888 $288,900 NEW LISTING - Sharp! 4 bedroom home ai N. W Farmington I luet entry. Spactoue ouet an tr; throughout $154900 OEFINITELYf - Not a drive by. Brtck

graat room lughagraod by natural flreptaoe. aciorwefl to pane. dMng room ctoeea tar tormM attain I

VIEW INCLUDED

s a t 3,000 oq. ft. cotonM. tamfly room wtm vtaw ol larga cuMte-aec lot. aataoiA beeemenl hea taeptate. could be labuloiM game roans

Century 21 Horns Center

' 476-7000

FARflBNGTON SHARP BRKK RANCH

— — , i-ta penary Ma nence kae outakta Open floor plan.

rage 8 moot popular aubdNMun. Mary - $144,800 RED CARPET K B M MIDWEST. INC 477-0880

Today 855-2000 1988 & 1969 CENTURION Award Winning Ol •EXCELLBfTi OPPORTUNITY

The Prudential HarryS. Wotfe, REALTORS

421-5660

Naslty ProtaaaKmala 476-6300

centre mr 1eorowoua naw «rtcr much mora $1*9 900 A M tor MARILYN PRETTY

14

Mary Lou Daly 644-7000 Snydsr Kinney 6 Bennett

E B E r a r

3 S S

I BOLFTHREOPORO SPECIAL • NEW LISTING GREAT VALUE 8 BO T • • •

VTSS

a

OatatBan V 4 31048 OM Btapa 18 M M

482-UST (422-8478) er 478-6888



ssrsoo-

" c x S H s 6b, $114,888 H o m e a M MP-SSBBOwn* rat-t

CENTURY 21 U m . | | | I I || ft *S^ w i ' g r a vKWin

464-6400

' 5 5 a . i

OPEN SAT S BUW- V S P M throughout B M cuaHm-tatal 4 feodroom. 3M bam trt-taata noma Moat

Cafl AMU GANDHI •61-6600 OR 477-8810

OPENSUN. 2-5pm

Marion or Phyllis REAL ESTATE ONE 651-T900 fly. Ovtng 6 lama game room 3.000 aq-R. KandaB W o o d * 8 t 8 8 J 0 0 .

I?^MSJM m^ughoui- T*acateC as s earner double tot acroaa k o m a t - • Ned Tan car attachad g e r a g * cep- •» IrM ok. taeakaa* Far too many eatraa 10 aatPtteed M OMy 8*6.980 BY OWNER 56T-B842 OPEN SAT 2-8. SUN. 1-4 2B434 LsrSmoor Eaet S. of 12 MM. W. ol C i e p e e n . 4 badroom. 2% bam tiolHta. tamfly roam eBk flra- . Ptao* ICS 182V SUN 1-4 2S7P7 BteneiuiuR. N- of 10 MB* E r . of Tatagrapk- SgaMBiM name - haa brary. 2M b a m * Afl on a targe weedU t Yeu muat aaa tata ona naw - B >

Private Country Setting Fabuloua Farrtangton MBs 3 bedroom ranch leaheee a cory flreptaca. roomy M l maturefree*tatached 2J* cerjjaraga 6 much m o r *

•brary A muel aeel (C8147).

COL WELL BANKER 737-9323

Remertca

Open Sun,

•antai doors, M l M l atahflepteoe $>64 900

$88,800 Cafl. RUTH MARTIN

SWasMIHG POOL- k » S e » watatabartioed. P B M 4 b e 2-4 bam Cue* M

HOMETOWN REALTORS .

420-3400 - 5 OPEN SUN. 2-5pm „ 38 Herden. S ol 10. W a t n ^ l l ' f l t H SELLERS WILL LOOK AT VA OR F H A Lovely 3 I

V^oSSel 8 moral OMy 8 M 8 P 0 0

HEPPARD 47B-2000

h*

Bey utaflte In bdng

S o t 11. E. of E v e r g r e e n . VA A B S U M A S L f MORTGPBE. 4 I t B t M very a f i ' 2V* b a M * Obrary. i t a p

Century 21 Nsds, Inc.

477

One Way Realty

Audrie F r i e d m a n REAL ESTATE ONE 644-4700 217$8 TaBor Cotwl.

$218,000 o a

Met Breeck. tac.J

IOPMNGE LAKE! •DEVELOPMENT^ OPEN SAT 6 SUN M • ( S . of Hlcfcoy G r o v e l A W. of L a h a a r ) H W. BLOOMFIELD RANCH • M A K E ME AN O F F E R * •JMJ M f l ^ J g n ^

REALTORS

•0PWSUM1M4I

ERA R Y M A ^ Y M E S

CENTU

IBLOOMPELDI

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RALPH MANUEL

s m v s b F l i ni I B Bab • BMaaMtafl Team-

B t e t a B t a ' X a 8 badraam* 4. lk. %t

MCGLAUN 559-09901

w>,. ;

Remerica^ country kitchen with beta me. cathretare ctataig in M g a t a r t y Roflkvg Oaks Sub Largo 4 bedroom. room $ wood fawning Braptoo* Country knchen. format d M n g FamBy room * 1 i p l i n . Bon. oentrta op. M M much mora. $184880 Btata. 483-8842

ay Lane f " : f X

M d r t v * Bflj i M B I H HBM BoktaP Brend new 34*17 i

RALPH MANUEL

A l $ fw wooertx*r r. Motntr-VHIW quarter*. 3 badroom brtck C a p f t . r

• • • H O P E N SUN 2 - 5 ^ ^ H

MR, NTA

One Way Realty

OPEN SUN. 2-5

420-3400

FARMINGTON HILLS tataMMGHAM

REAL ESTATE ONE 346-6430

BEAUTIFUL 4 betPoome piue fl>

464-7111 . tantay room1 tot $1BBSOO-

lafce (i t i M n i i (pgr aeflei Atadng $136.900 »- -.X ta$Pger^a

646-6200

H

NEW LISTING —

UPDATED. CONTEMPORARyOPENSUN. 1-4PM ranch. toeturtng 3 beBrcam* Ita 22821 Powers Rd-. S ol Grand I er. W of Orchard Lake Spectoua b e t h * flnehed C m i r e l wtat white . i o n a tarps treed tot near Farmington NaetiM de- rated $ 7 l * M O * » 5 l ^ B O o " ' " " datad kacharv $88,800

HOMETOWN REALTORS

Century 21 ROW

butaflna on property mm « a garaga. k a bam atah atafl aheata. oentrta heat/ar Anxtoue aeflar $104,800. Far more detafls cafl KEN RAJNA Century 21 Today

HANNETT, INC.

H v w u r n

ta-

LARRY HENNEY

' ' ' ' '

Re-Mea Weat261-1400

FIRST OFFERING

HOUSE BEAUTIFUL

You may flneti rouraert |we oampitaa. Can oo

wdh tares aterbts baah Oewr Mtaa

W V W L Y _ M L L S Opan Sot 6 Bun. 2-8 1881$ WltaPtae.n,M, MMS

r e o s a D o S . ma flrst floor laundry g a r a g * k o m $141.

LOCATION' LOCATION* OPENSUN 1-4PM SOUTHFIELD - Move rttfit mto tha Immaculate 3 or 4 bediooni bnck ranch home leeturing herdwood flooring. BreptOC* tormM dksng 6 much , much m o r * AFL of t h e tocatad on ovar 1 acre of aeoded |

lor I V*

Segant newer aoteCutN* Tudor ta preoflgtaua aub. Spactoue room atah bey wsidow* crown mnkBnga, curved wood atolrcaa* tuxurioua meeter aMta. wrap deck and 3 ear akta entry garag* $336,000

ERA

Huge iota, tpectoue floor ptan* I fly room or greet room.

RALPH MANUEL

room $128,800

on Svtng room A dtatng, oak floor 6 wet ptaatar oonaeudton. centre air 8 garag* OutaRy b u l l and bnpeecebly mafiaataeta $105,900

NEW RANCHE'S

SMART RANCH Traditional 6 c o n t e m p t s • i flea,

Oftara 3 bedroom* huge Idtchan.

Century 21

NEW ON MARKET! Lovely 8 bed2 bath. 2 car, brtck ranch Mta r o o m * Fantay room, dbtaig h a baaament and lancad yard $136,800 O a n a 853-8786

Call Kathy O'Neill

"WE FOUND rr3 badroom. 1V» bam cotonttL garsgs 8 traed lot. «Mkmp dtatanoe l o • Prtoed rltan et $ t24.900 atamentery k hoot Prtoed to t e l . RE/MAX EXECUTIVE $88,500

NETWORK

RALPH MANUEL

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WITH 2 carl loverloofclngl

OPEN SUN 1-4PM SPECTACULAR NEW HOME! 5 beautifca acra* wtm aaa 4 bedroom 2't bam hornet Great room wah flraplaca. doorwaM off grata room 6 meeter bedroom to lerge deck.

Hwy 1 mae to 8B8 $208,000 By ownar Open Sun 2-6 628-1884

aMySBBPOPCM

JOE MARCHESOTTI

474-5700

HUGE TREE SHADED YATO For a summer k a of k m JuM N ot

TUCKED AWAY M THE TREESI Canal front to Buflard Lake wflh mta 3 bedroom rnlnnlta. Forme dkSng. tea I -out Bedroom Great f o r t h e I amity' $149,900 Harltand

HEPPARD

ORCHARD HILLS737-2000

OPEN SUN 2-5PM grata room inducting wet bar. Buta bee. 188P $246 900 Open Sun.. SUPERB LOCATION H2-& I T M M ^ M H I M H I

S

Harry S. Wolfe, REALTORS

RED CARPET KEIM MAPLE, INC 553-5666 642-6500

One Way Realty

Ths PrudsntW Great Lakaa Raatty 646-6000

$Scn

The Prudential

$167,500

MEADOWBROOK HK.LS/W0006 n. 2 weta-tn ctoeeti 6 3 badroom Compo bum Tudor, partdfta aettmg. 2 Mory eaahedrM p u s dan with ba euBkd bay wtnFARMINGTON HILLS catang m grata room phe Ivaig dow. 2nd floor laundry, ceramic Me ALTA LOMA - JuM 110 000 M M 1 kta. 2 Vt beme. targe room and dinmg room Open Houee m kitchen 6 bam. we*-out lower tantay room w/Breptaoe 6 wet bar Sun 1-SPM 21857 Baeulord L a s level 6 3 cer gerege Herttand $188,800 Take M-68. 3 Mfles W ol 100 X 400 fl. wooded tot Ctoee to or by eppointment $238,000 cerpet Feael your tocua on the re- achoota 6 ahoppmg Lan 478-7871 US-23 to N on Mueaon 8 foflow open *agn* to 2822 Mueoon terme a aflatli $132,900 478-7884 mg 6 cebinelry Note flie complaia MEADOWBROOK PARK Muetad upgrade ot herdwood. eofl eerth- FARM*K3TON HILLS - Open Houee on e prtvate ravine M l * t h e ategant ENGLANO REAL ESTATE 474-4630 Sun. 2-5pm 3 badroom brick tredMonel tamfly home hea a gour*pactom comer tot: deck. Walking ranch MuM aeta $112,500 306 SouthtWd-Uthrup 477-7081 mgion i 27841 Ooreen prtu ate aatm dub. 8 - % * CorrvwOorv ATTRACTIVE FARMINGTON HILLS M 30 year 2/1 buydown $137 P00 3 car garaga. OHared at $288,900 3 bedroom brick ranch Ceanac Ua 37446 liltaflgaMfl 5% doom * quaflfled. — awn by appointment only kktaien 8 toyer Living rooat anaig S of 8 mBe. W of IIMoiiad. 4 bed477-SELL (477-73661 or 473-6500 room ludor. (28 X 18 meeter). 3.000 CONTACT BEVERLY CLEMO floor NaaurM fliaelm. aq. ft overlooking commona. floor* througnout stay a $186,000 471-5484 Tha Prudanttal bam. 2 car aoroa* Wtm opener A MUST SEE! 32800 SLOCUM Greet Lakaa Raatty FARMINGTON MLLS Centre mr. BMbOO SouthflMd WMk to downtown Farmington from HOTTEST SQUARE MILE or 737-2269 neer 1-808. 837-8606 or 887-8156 this charwdng. ta—afltaflM brtck Outetandlno 4 bedroom cotoMM 646-6000 homa Sunny country kltchan atah Gorgeoua tamay room atah gtaaa BIRMINGHAM SCHOOLS MINT CONDITION! ceramic counter a. hardwood flooi* uBM l e i t M e d home on lovee H doomafla lead to dack. Excepuonai TMa Farmington Htaa ranch ollsrs 3 iieabtaide, ccay a r j w a M d end car- meeter MSta. ,Spactoue kitchen 6 i tread tot By Owner. $136,800 peted toww M M . 4 bedroome, 2 II I AM lata nook Hiaryf SeBer mov- 1Vt car garage OMy $88,800 t>em* dack 8 patio. $104,500 ing outstate. $219,900 BY OWNER - Lovely 3 bedraotr OPEN SUN. 1-8PM 478-8878 RED CARPET KEJM brtok rental Larga laBdom HMban ATTRACTIVE, exceflent neighbor 2 b a m * Famfly room. 21* oar MMAPLE. INC. fiood. convwraem to e.eryptaw 3 tached garage Socially » i y IL On 478-2000 642-6600 m bam. tantay room, sfl 553-5666 many e x l r e * $86,000 rtaMr abt* • ta rll'iitaiona. 28188 Peak Farmington Hills Tudor Mon-Thur. Frl. Sat aftar 6pm Mdfl N. ol 10. E ol Inkaler STUNNPtG CONTEMPORARY, with $104.900. 478-4 da, Sun 78-8128 I M 4878 2 atory foyer ahg great room, gourATTRACTIVE RANCH Opan Sun mat kitchen wflh oeremic me. lerge EXCELLENT STARTER vary ctear . 2-6 2335 • aq. ft. 4 3 gKxoB^h*. anting room & 6 ^ b r y 3 badroom homa m Mce , betha, Ita AoorMmdry. Irving room, more 8329.000 B51tSntng room, tamfly room atah flie ptao* k a beeemant. 2H car garaga. LATHRUP VILLAGE - 2600 * * . It J lerge l o t aakmg $178800. 24660 Nywood Or 3 at 11 M B * E of rarntaigton Rd. Homeowners Concept 349-3355

474-5700

independent^ Owned snd Opereted

WALNUT LAKE PRIVILEGES

OPEN SUN. 2-5

FARfltaNGTON HILLS Unique a me word *
The Prudential

REAL ESTATE

by owner. 353-0030

ERA RYMAL SYMES

781 W Of right on VMtayOioMto llewthomel, l EotSguirno. S of Long l a k a Deal iMcfc ory Heights 4 bedroom 3 beth M taeta Wooded lot. newer cerpe $224,800

WALNUT LAKE VIEW 8 ACCESS Luxury ranch. 3 bedroom, den. 2M

WEST BLOOMFIELD $ Orcherd Lake 4 bedroom. 2H bam brtck ootonM on wooded otade-aec lot. $10,000 below appial.M STUNNING C O N T E M P O R A R Y , tor quic* aata. $168,800 Broker/ Hewing toyt a . »brary with gtaee Owner 838 8887 er door, family room with martM flraplece 6 cathredrM catariu. m M a WEST BLOOMFIELD bedroom with p c u t z l $262,900 BEAUTIFUL STEP UP RANCH. MFV. MaxBroock. Inc.. Reeltora828-4000 Unique contempt* ery 3 badroom*. 2 k a b e t h * lormta dlnmg room, flvlng room, tamfly room atah f k a p t e c * Throe Graat Homes oentrta tar, 2 i Opan Sunday $172,800 move m $113,800

l i a ! % l j t t s e ^ ^ \ y j L b tora

BEVERLY H I L l T H Schoets Caotom 8080 a e P i

Eaey Ovtng floor p M ng. flvlng room, tamtty room 6 abrary ry Marble foyer, oe-

FIRST FEDERAL 478-3400

47-4174

$ I$0J HunBay C t Open a-Spm N of 13 MB* W. dtBcutataaM M B aMtataktefl 4 bedroom r t M

SELLERS MOVING m Orcherd Lafce 2 Yr old Cepe Cod oilers 2 story gerden room etah ck-

OPEN SUN 2 5PM 4301 Echo Ad S at Lane L a w Gorgeoue and eacMngl OngmaOy a bam' Completely renovated * mtarior decorated Famay room 6 great room hss 30" high ceflkiga and la 36x31 aq ft Meeter bedroom auila haa own kltchan and k a bam. 4 bedroom* 3 bathe and ^ a r y . 1 acre ol land Oon'l miae aaMng thta MAPLE WOODS NORTH onef Asking $568,000 Under $300,000 Contemporvy on OA-da aac tot. becking OPEN SUN 2-5PM 3650 Pheeeant Run, N. ot Long r attaa wflh 2 wafkm cSoLake, E of WaDeM Lake Or W LMefront condo m N. Wi lendecaped end deck. Contact wonderful fufl views of W FLORENCE FBNMAN k o m every RALPH MANUEL luxurtoue 3 i 2'* beths, Obrary, g 651-6900 room. IM floor laundry, flntahed wataout tower level. redUcaB 16 $318,000 PruOegaa Greta etartar homa or av 'OtaiiiMS opporumlty 3 OPEN SUN 2-5PM 5678 waterway C t . Rtdgewood kltohM wNheaHngi and 2 car attached g e r e g * SP4.S00 Pomt Condo. S. o l WMnut Uka. E of r r KEIMMAPLE. M C O r M * Magrtatoentl OutaRy buflt 2 2H ben

RALPH MANUEL 647-7100. Rss. 540-9358

3700

BLOOMFIELD •VILLAGE! •OPEN SUN. 1 - S H

Schweitzer

Ber gar cerpet thru out. black granite Areolae* M y f l g h t * m i n e weM $ mora AS on a need HBtop tae 861-8770

praatlgwus NHL BOOMIN 8 Bwyl $278,000

647-1900

REAL ESTATEONE 646-1600 641-7051

OPEN SUN. 1-4 home tor your tamfly, 5 bedroom ootontal or oocond floor laundry Family room wtm llreplace terrtflc tower M M . Decorated m neutrata Foflow Mane N. oP Hickory Grove, between Woodward 8 Opdyke. $188,900 A M tor LMOA HARRISON

$123,000 Land contract. Days 517-465-1620 evena61«-848- 7830

•ecurtty ayatem $184,000

Nancy Tri

261-4200 $278,000

treet-

Fanwlnglon

Absolute Bargain

RED CARPET" KEIM

the taka 8 Bay Pointe Country Club Owner M vary 4

window

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7294 WESTCHESTER 2 bedroom. 21* PRIME BIRMINGHAM LOCATION WMk to ahoppmg and reolaurant* cteen 3 badroom ColonM OPEN SUNDAY 1-4 4871 Maflbu Nice courM Cafl tor dkecttonef $114.800 N. of Lona P i n * W of Franklm - arv Large third floor attic, could WWE4 tarttanara daflght. Bloomflald Htaa deep lot wtth ample apeoe 1 OUR6PI mc.. REALTORS 828-3000 unique fantay home with 4 t inctuo-ng huge m-taw atala. 3 penaton 2 car detache and cantrta ak. $178,800 OPEN SUN 1-4PM fufl 8 2 fMff b a m * 2 wM bars. 3 flreRED CARPET KEIM MAPLE. BtC 2660 LJtttatefl. W. Btoomfletd N. of Square Laka. W. of MWdtatMtl. kitchen. famBy room. OMibta ak. ae- 842-8600 Oon't nttae thta apataoue ranch an curlly ayatem 6 prtvtea aanmg large tot. 3 badroom* dan. lamfly RAVINE SETTING j i m ooo Robertaon Bitat - 3 bedroom. 3 bam room, t H beme. end attachad gar a g * $87.$00 wooded lot. WhMper Wood Sub SeCALL YVONNE JONES curity l y s t e m . M a n y e x t r a s ! C-21 No i Wl i n « H i $235,000 Ortgmta ownarl 862-0880 626-8000 or 552-0543 BIRMINGHAM 645-5800 RECENTLY REMOOELED I bedSYLVAN LAKE OPEN SUNDAY 1-4 . recently IV* cer gerage Move-m condtaon. 3558 Darcy, Birmingham 663-6276 decor S87.900 847-8842 redecorated. 88BJ00

OPEN SUN. 12-4PM MUdta Strafls Lakatront

$458,500 ANN FENNER SPIEGEL 644-8700 OR 737-2478 MAX BROOCK. INC.. REALTORS

L^OL SIMPLE ASSUMPTION

NEW LISTING

W a * lo Ouerlon Lake or downtown BkiiaigliMii from thta 3 bedroom. 3 * bath Contemporery Greet Room Wtm Mend flreptaca and

REALTORS

646-6200

llsrtloi'd O u u l l i

RALPH MANUEL

BLOOMFIELD HILLS - BY OWNER 8 badroom CotonM. 3 lua b a l h * 2

BLOOMFIELD HILLS NEW LISTING!

_CENTURY 21

SUPERS RANCH, located on lovely let in BtoomAeld H B * over 1 ecre. pool, gerden* 4 bedroome Orepiece. and g o u r m e t kitchen $849,000 847-7100

BIRM1NGHAM-3 bedroom. 2 beth. brtck home w/2 CM g a r a g * UpdMed kitchen 8 meotor auN* wtak to downtown, achoota. p a r k * Move m $ 119.900 Open Sim 2-5. 433-3346 BIRMINGHAM 787 Fairfax. 5 bedroom, 3vy bam.

cuatom

NEW LISTINGS

CHARMINO COLOMAL. 4/5 bedr o o m * 2M bams, and meny updatea Lovely lot mefce the tmpeocebta noma with Bloom next Haa Schoota 8304.500 851-6800

WABEEK RANCH CaBtomie contamporary tucsed Swey on a W Roomy and cemtoitatMtortamay BIRMINGHAM - 2 badroom. 1 bam Ovtng end OTeie«y Bloomlt* rsnch. raw furnace, rem o dated HOta School* 8229.000 861-8900 knchen. Muat aee By ownar $110,500 547-8822

REALTORS BIRMINGHAM NEW LISTING Jual totally renoveled 4 bedroom. 214 both Home Is entrant In the "Nervstwance "90 Renovation A war da. Naw aaperele 25 ft. master badroom overtook* Birmingham Country Oub taalurae deluxe Jecuzzt bam wtm akyoght. wtak-m ctoata

BIG PRICE REDUCTION View ana brtck ranch on 1.875 acree Great famay a r e * apace lor expeneton Gourmet kitchen. 3 bedroome, flntahed beeemant. city water, cfty uBBBo* $79,500

GRACIOUS COLONIAL m prime Ba2M

BIRMINGHAM - 2 BEDROOM BRICK HOME. Mt car gereps W M keptl Nice neighborhood) 1684 M M on 646 846-4480

BLOOMFIELD HILLS SCHOOLS-By Beeuttfufly decorated and 5 bedroom. 3 bam Fox Hflta CotonM FkWhod lower level, targe treed loL Bwtm 6 tonnta d u b $186,000. OPEN SAT.-SUN. 1-4PM 442 Fox Rtvar Or.

HANNETT, INC.

320 Homes Wayne County

$!Tw*

' ERA ACCENT 421-2040

Birmingham Wonderks lamay ItSne wtth 4 bed3 V, beme . oom ovtng room and fln-

BIRMINGHAM IN TOWN REDUCED

625-1333

1552 RuNnar. E. of Woodward. 8 of Maple 2 bedroom* beeemenl, oetv t r a i s rctr gtaau* P ' ^ e c y l i n c a o ANN FENNER SPIEGEL yard $74,800 Preeented by 6444700 or 737-2478 RoeeBommerko 648-2600 MAX BROOCK. BtC , REALTORS Cranbrook Assoc Inc RseMors 848-2500 FRANKLIN OPENSUN 1-4 OPEN SUN. 2-5 30745 Cheviot HM* s. Of 13 MM. E of Frankln FantaaUc ranch. Idytac BIRMINGHAM, 2536 WHIwm settmg on htaiop becking to wood* dona eata-out tower laval etah bam. em. TELEKJH with pond 3 bedroom* 2Vt or* Fabuloua B i r m i n g h a m 9 vtawa, famay room. 2 ptanung. cerpet. lumece 8 Inotaum 2 car etteched garege 8248.000 RANDALL JOROENSEN 844-6700 MAX BROOCK. MC.. REALTORS

304

04E

BUILDER PERSONAL RESlOENCE

DRASTICALLY REDUCED

rooT

BIRMINGHAM SCHOOLS. 3 room 2 bam rental. Myflghta. room, tatschsd gerage. now S S amanmoa After 5pm. 288-4818

1565 HazM $117,500 Open SM Sun 3-6 WMk to ahoppmg from mta Birmingham brltat BLOOMFIELD HILLS BY OWNER ranch that hea hardwood floor* nmm 4 bediooni. 4 beth unique indoor oak kitchen, rec room. 2.5 car ga- pool Mth punted tropicM t r e e * raga 8 Mdeweflts Owner 646-7473 (acton. waterMo. ttaem ahower. game room. M 8 aecurlly eyetem on 30231 Embeesy $149,000 neerty 2 areas ol lend. Buyers Only Open Sun 2-5 Beverly H M * 3 bed- 8388.000 CM weekend* or sftaa room. 2'/i beth. Rraptoca/tMnPv 5.30pm 540-8707 room, dmmg room. den. newer quality kitchen, besement 8 attached BLOOMFIELD HILLS achool* quad GreM Greta tamay tamay gerage on treed lot Owner 540-1047 Communityy pool end ar tan332-3625 30355 StaOemer $138,800 nta court* $182,800. Owner *ay* ' M l mefce a data" 4 BLOOMFIELD HILLS Ranch with bedroom bnck ranch m Beverly on Beeemant 4 bedroom* 3 bethe. M beeuttfui. «pec»ou» lot, Birminghem decor, new knchen. N. of Long •chools. snsched gerege 8 1 yr new E. of Woodward $248,900 home warranty Owner 845-5856 Laka. Open Houee Sun.. Apr* 29. 1-Spm For detMtacM 844-5840 20180 CoryM $137,900 Contemporery brick ranch wtm fam- BLOOMFIELD HILLS ily room. Florida room. 2 b e t h * In- buOt 3 badroom. 3H betha rental ground pool $ BSmmghem school* with flnMhod walk-out beeemail. Owner 644-0337 take prMtogae to Hammond Laka. $177^00. Open Set 6 Sim 1-4. SALES CONNECTION 2248 E. Ilommond Laka. 388-3877 258-0882 BLOOMFIELD HILLS SCHOOLS BIRMINGHAM: Brtck ranch, com- Contamporary 1886. 4 badroom. 3 H r i snoiMad, new kllchen/bam bam ootonM. Luxurtoue master herdwood floor* Open Sun. 1 aulto. gourmet kJtchen. much more. lo 5 By Owner-1109.900 844-3604 2-6pm 3714 Durham Ct. BIRMINGHAM-* town 5 badroom, ' 3 car garage $280,000 Atao 4 bed- BLOOMFIELD HILLS room ranch. 1245 Devks St ootontal, 4 bedroom. 2M bath, k a [ $ 128.000 Buyer* only 847-8034 baaomanL larga 2*4 car g a r e o * flrat floor laundry, flraplaca In . BIRMINGHAM- M TOWN. $ t H room, ptoa many extra* $158,900 • • I home on lerge prime IOL Ideal Days 862-0210. Eva* 847-80 |>«or renoveOon or totta retxtad.l 186.800 BLOOMFIELD MLLS - BY OWNER L,8:30am-5:30pm. 363-1130 Just buflt on treed tot. luxury corv

OWNER SAYS 8ELL1

Renoh home atah 2 bedrooan* lerge A lamBy room etah oawB u c l a a i kltchan 8 M l Boor taunary ERA Hoate

OMWV Mttaa



HALL & HUNTER

DEARBORN HTS - Ford/Gull*, i 3 badroom brick, approximately 1.000 sq ft.. 2 cer gairage. Crestwood achoot* $69 500 261-4051

N W Brtck

CENTURY 21

'JANETTE ENGELHAROT 844-8700 MAX BROOCK. INC . REALTORS

eatmg ere with bey with bey window. WMh to Ouarton School $329,000

and doonaM to beicony Living room with ta'lefcwM flraplece end herdwood floors. AS kitchen appflancea indudod Convenient location $114,900.

455-8400

STATE WIDE METRO

Today

9379

Beverly Hills

Independently Owned snd OpsrMed

-DUOE RANCH" 25 acre* 3 0 1 100 foot training area. 3 bedroom home, aaperate rental homa Land contract airMabla. $186,900 Htap-U-SM Rata Estste 464-8635

JU8T LISTED Lovely 3 bedroom ranch etah flret. 3-a car attached g a r a g * < k and m o r * $71.80b

Opan Houas Sat. 2-5 CaM Kathy MichaHk REAL ESTATE ONE 644-4700

OuaOty and great value tor thta 2 bedroom. 7"* beth Condo Spactoue

William Decker. REALTORS

Speciou* 3 bedroom brtck Iront famay a m kitchen i lee ding to deck, tofl l beth, ettached geperk Ike eottmg el 5 X a ' t a k s t a r a»ee r e * Only OMy $66. $66 ,500

427-3200

_

The Prudential

ZZMO&gLI&ioo The Prudential

BEVERLY HILLS, no 3 bedroom. t H bam rsnch, new o M kitchen, lormta dining r o o m . *creened-m porch, k a beeemenl «rtth rec room 4 fireplace 18984 Beverly S12P900

BRICK COLONIAL wrth 4 bedrooms varntehed woodwork throughout lerge dmmg room with o M walnecot plate r M and ornate ctakng beam* open Malrwey with o M rasing Expending attic $115,000 CM ua lor terms!

ROW

' O*""*

rkl Greta home wWh a md eunnv taeBnp Flortde •Brary. 4 badrooma 2VI bath* Birmingham School*

BIRMINGHAM, Ouarton Lake Estatss. DMghtki 3 bedroom rraonM. fireplace, sunroom. h a r d w o o d floor* By owner $t$7.400 848-8846 TAR

JANETTE ENGELHAROT 844-8700 MAX BROOCK. INC . REALTORS

318 Dearborn Dearborn Heights

ROW

ROOM

844-8287

303 Waat I • Orchard Laka

OPEN SUN. 2-4

273 i s

BEVERLY Mil IS/BIRMINGHAM Schoota Eierpoan 8 1$ M M area

From W g e 874 J 8 8 Ota ta a n Ota graved

$174,800 No5f5StuT 2-» beth. aak

AFFORDABLE

recendy to Control M

PiaiMa $ New ea

m e d i a t e a a a a p a n s y f Ask toe 884JP-, Baflor MB p t p $18B0 t j

PLYMOUTH I ae mmrr amrm * f l a g and tamo* r o o m * nook and moral Aakmg | CaB TOM REED

SUBURBAN 349-1212 261-1623

ronoh. vary MMstoBi Oacoiattil. m M M * omatary Mohan, flntahed t i n i ' f i l M m 4th koMBoat, deep tat. muol aaa - 888^800

Qardan City

W.YM0UTH Oram I from a m a a ^ ^ H M TaanJ

SRb

CENTURY 21

i n

Mr. t a t ate oa many w e c M taa-

MARY GATTO Reelty ProleaalonM 478-5300

- oonetrucaon. *uper 3 S ft tarn* ranch, k a country kitchen.

VALUE PACKED - S boMooiii brtak

NORTMVILLf ae

ACT NOW-OPEN SAT. 1-4 To knpreee your friend* wtm tts* fanteettc 4 bedroom ootontal m Waatam Golf eree Formta dining room, tamfly room haa flreptaoe i WM ber. nmehed beeemant. 2'4 cer ettachad gerage wtm hot 8 cold running weter. Covered petlo, $118,500 15101 Meedowttrook S of 5. E. ol Ink*ter

ALEX ALOE

Century 21

REAL ESTATE ONE 466-7000 466-3726

317 Redford

,

420-3400

LAKES OF NORTHVILLE Open Sunday t M > WkasOt) M a Tudor waa mparary Boar ptae. 2880 ap. R.

FIRST FEDERAL 478-3400

JUST LISTED

AVONOALE - 38883. S h w p $ bad-

Surround Yourself

ERA

BY OWNER 3 bedroom; I M bathe brtck 8 Mummum "Mamtence free axlanor" 2 cer gerage: Cement patio Flntahed GARDEN CITY $83,900 baaament M m natural flreptaoe 8 wet bar Central tar: electronic M attic 8 celling f e n * GreM buy on thta ctaan 8 aharp 3 r dwpoeta 8 Cable T V. badroom aluminum ranch. M g a $73,500 country kitchen, now Dupont SttanShown By Appointment meatar carpeting, hot water tank (2 C M 538-4352 yrsL roof (8 yrs). Good Mza yard with petio. 1Vt CALL DON OR DORIS NEW LISTING WITH NEWt NEWI ARE YOU A FUSSY BUYER? Then head over to t h « 2 bam brtck 476-5800 dmmg room, fua flntahed GARDEN CJTY-3 badroom. baea- tormal ai — rli n n ..ita Mi • • »* - beeemant Florida room. IVt car garaga. Nearer furnace, carta ta nr. p o f t r w m i » IBNI roof, M newer repleoemertt win$56,900 Metro Weet Real El dow* Located in one of Radtord'* Parry Otsdap. 261-8484 flneta eree SI GARDEN CTTY-3 START WITH A VIEW ranch. 1880 aq. R-. 2 gersges. BnFOR UNOER $50,000 iahed beeemMa with an ecre of pro$140,000 3 badroom etartar homa. country kitchen, tpectoue flrat Boor leundry. Otto N. Schatx Real EsMM 421-1515 1 fufl bath located on s double lot overlooking the perk. Ctoee to eve t j t M n g . ^ e i i p i e e o e * | i . ahoppmg High, Wide & Handsome Oeecnbee MM 4 beMuum Tonqutah quad, I M b e t h * tamay room wfth MAYFAIR 522-8000 Oreplece, dan. country kitchen 8 attached garaga. 887.8M. A M tor.. FIRST BUYERS 3 Bedroom taunlnum ranch. I M Gall or Cathartns Hodga floor laundry. 2 car detached geRasl Estate Ons rage. large lot, perfect for gerdener $41,800. 326-2000

478-2000 OPEN 1-4 SUNDAY

wlta country ta thta 4 bedroox ranch on a targe lot that oUara a 2\» car gwoga. flrepleca. tormal dtaaie 6 a ptaaooM o o u a r y kitchen A£ fordaMy p r i c e d et $107,800 llctainetod eeflers A M tor...

WESTLANO RANCH 3 bedroom. 2 bath brtck ranch In choice Weettand location, family room, centra mr and garage $111.900. C M

"WILL TIPTON 427-5010

$234 900 L*M*Y

RED CARPET KEIM MAPLE. INC 553-5868 642-6500

YOU WON T NEED TO

Hartford SoUth

FHA APPRAISED

Larga brtck ranch, 3 bedrooms. Florida room with |MOM* window* overlook* traed back yard Centre ak for aummer c a n t o n - I ' l car garege. $59,900

THREE BEDROOM brick ranch 1 * bath tkuahed beaemeni. 2 cer gerege, fenced yard, Isrge lot $72,500 Leevemeeeege 937-1968

too here! Memtenence free brick I aluminum 3 bedroom starter wtth greet kitchen. Fest occupancy

HEPPARD

459-6222 SECLUOEO 2 ACRE 4-8 beth* o M plonk floor. gdtajPL^mmroon

BEVERLY HILLS Lovely Bkmmgham ColonM aauMed In Georgetown Green aub 5 bedroom* 2H bath* Ftartda room 8 decs overtooaing treed tot. Fke-

CENTURY 21

ONE OF A KMC* A grata tamay home wtm o 28X15

HOMETOWN REALTORS

SOUTH REDFORD

COMMUNITY 728-8000

WESTLANO - 4 bedroom. 2 beth. 2 car attached gerage. deck Remodeled kitchen 1 beth Newer root 8 furnace $68,900 261-1915

$493/MO

NOVI OPEN SAT. 1-3pm. ranch ctoee to elementary £ 5 r fireplace. a r d $117.800 j l 17,! oerege lovely yard. Red CerpM Kakn/Cerol IMaa on mc. 344-1800

BEVERLY HILLS- 3 bedroom. 2 bam ranch. Greet room 24 x 22, 1.1 acra wooded tat . rireptau* near carpet. 2 * ear attached garaga Hear 13'VLahOM $170,000 848-0524

CHEAPER THAN RENTING _ 3 Bedroom aluminum ranch. IM floor laundry You w o n t t a i l tha price. $17,500. w a conetder Land Contract larma

NOVI - country Dvlng at Its baM Thta gorgeous rambUng ranch. M m ovar 3.000 aq.fl.. haa It M . on 2 9 acre* 2 $2900 DOWN flrsptacee. targe rec room. tormM] dining room 8 more Asking 28911 Oeweon. Brand new 3 bedroom t n level, pant t tba tor pen $215,000 down payment 8 ctoeing ooeta Call Carolyn Bailey Roee ReeRy 326-8300

Real Estate One 348-6430

Century 21

REDFORO park 3 bedroom brick, baeemarn. garage, good oondmon 2 .000 78T lots, 848.1 788-5182 or 532-0654

Cantury 21 Cook & Assoc 326-2600

COMMUNITY 728-8000

Ask for Lori Yost

OPEN SUN , 1-4

20483 CENTRALIS, 3 ot I Maa. W ot Beech Daty Greet atanar home.' •nmedteta occupancy. 3 bedroome. nBLsaOMLlvtfiaLaoragalctiaapsr than ram).

RE/MAX In The H4Ua 646-5000 or 851-6407

3 bedroom ranch piece. 1W bath*, garege. $64 900

Century 21

BLOOMFIELD M t h M School* 3.300 aquare toot Tudor ootontal bum In 1879 Prtaata yard, centre M dove. Marm ayatem. 4 library. 2 k a and 2 h M be rcfflfl'lfl 27 x 14 8. of Wc __ Long Lake are* Priced at $288,000 AM lor Joen Parti $88,100 preOMprloa

Cola Realtors 937-2300. 455-6430

Great Value 3 bedroom bncs ranch Bay wmdow m IMnrtg room Basement, gersge. newer root. $67,800

Affordable new homea 3 bedroom ranche k o m $66,900

302 Birmingham

AFFORDABLE - 3 bedroom alerter home. 2 car garege. many axtraa. $60,900

WESTLAND

RE/MAX 100

Thursday. April 26. 1990

OPEN SUN 1-4. BY OWNER Radtord Brick 2 atory. 3 bedBsrage. u | kanace 8 MuM aee $63,900

CENTURY 21

346-3000

- $78,900

•R - BEACON TRAft^ 4 badBaa Soa OoteMM OM aawt. x taeptao* r s b e a t * M . etc $184 MB 8818

(Lssvs msassgs)

sse this M'sctoua 2 bediuum ranch w/naa atndowa. updeted beth 6 kitchen, garepe. atmost ONE ACRE. $66,500.

464-71t1

WtLUAMSaURG COLONIAL Tanmaon Gorgeoua 4 bad7H beth, kt m M condMon. mcodtago. atx penal Boars, aom atah cethedrM ceang 8

OUTSTANDING

3 bedroom brtok r e m * In TonquMi

LARGE LOT! Thta one won't last long so hurry to

floor leundry, oentrta air 8 tanned rec r o o m $168,800.

COLDWELL BANKER

D t f t a i M f c ii'XI'M'wn^

Call Danny, Day,: 729-4834 or 453-0001

NORTHVILLE - 3 bedroom. 2V* beth colonM taMurtng tamay room with

OPEN SUN. 2-5pm

y p f 1-.4BM. L $tan. Apr. 8 S 888 Rknta_ O a k * Price radaaad to

«aa. tmmaciSBBB in and out. 2600 sq. 4 iargs bedrooms. Nbrsry. 1st «oor (sundry. MM bar A Veptace m family fesm. 6 psnal doom throughout custom window drsaBlntfB, frsshiy pa-rrted sscurlly sysiem, rSoa landacapfng. wsBdng dlstsncs l o BChoola. Immadtata oocMpsn^r. 6176X100

NORTHVILLE - 3 1H I colonM reetmes tamay room. 2 Bieptacoa. formal dining room, deck, hot tub. centra ek 8 many more updete* Must aee to eppredate $147,800

CAPE COD ON I'/fc ACRES

Aak for Marilyn CotoRaaHors 347-5946 455-6430 937-2300 344-1800 OPENSUN 1-5PV GORGEOUS

Bias 3 ootantaL FamOy room, oak floors 8 a t a k * aotar co8ec*or. g a r a g * Backa $122,800 486-8748

NEW CON8TRUCTIOW-8 bedroom ranch wMh 2 car attachad gerage Loaded w/estre* $156,900 Other lots a aaa t i l l W.of Haggerty. S o l 9Sa. Open Sun 1-4. Fafcon Homea 427-5262 474-6767

sssr*

oar thrauMMMil Owner a a

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458-3600 Mest

ROBERT BAKE Realtor's 453-5200

wooded astthng. TMa wonderlufly attracttve brtck ranch boasts s high snd naw kltchan Mth Cortan counthoonng. • M l e r e d Dy the ortginM owner* there are 3 bedr o o m * 3 betha. tormM dkHno room, tamtar room wtm flraplao* 1 at floor laundry, acrooned porch. Security

420-3400

Start Packing

tlhtay tandacaped 4 baiSoom. 2 » bam CotorSM Featuraa tomM dmmg. giant tamay room wtth Oreptaoa, 2 car attached garag* I M Boor laundry 8 much, much morel Don't mlae thta onol Oltared M $182,800

ROBERT BAKE Realtors 453-8200

S T K ,

esMNiB t a m 8 MMhan. ak. aartoM M > a I Si m i l l 466-0612

Lynn Vanerian

. 1st floor laundry, oek kitchen, and deaigna itatcllaria of floor and window c o v e r i n g * 875.000

ATTRACTIVE RANCH

ban —. * * . 887.800. W of Farmington. N. of Ford oft Shuman 33471 Krautar-

H O M E T O W N REALTORS

TMe huge treed beckyard a me port e d piece tor a aummer party. C b a i and oute 2 bedrooms. < * * Pdmg. basemen! 6 garaga. 869 000 ASK FOR ULUAN SAN OCRS OH 483-8700

COLDWELL BANKER

4-26

--Remeriea-

PLAN A PICNIC

OF PROPERTIES for aata BY OWNER" Mth prtce* daecrtptlons. MANY UPDATES m Ihta 3 bedroom. 2 atory b o m * Fufl addraaeee. owner*' phone number* length acreened porch. A l nawar psktUng and fine print aekcovar- SAVE T H O U S A N D S H e l p i n g Ings, ramodatod kitchen and bath, Sekers s M By Owner lor $2,990 updated alecti lcal and aorne ptumbing. fumaca. root, lance, back porch, back door Much morel Coma aeel Aaking 866.900 REAL ESTATE S E N * DUNN 454-9535

53 Roman 51

ATTENTION A L L W E S T L A N D OPEN SUNOAY 1-6 7778 Oary. 3 IUYER8 - 1.266 sq. It. Cape Cad. 3 bedroom, mekaa adroom. large SMtg room. d a i M r ranch 2 b a b i * •om. near carpel $60,800. __ V P aoo llalp U 8 M Waal Batata 454-8&3S n W u - S a Rest

OPENSUN.^1-4

OPEN SAT 6 SUN 1-6 MAINTENANCE FREE 3 brick ranch, tamay room with «veptaoe. new Anderson wtndows A doorweS. $101,000

Hartford North

to commone 6 overlooking * ixivaw lake. Ottering tomfly room, oomrta mr a mora Open t a n . i - 4 p m Aaklng S182J00. Ask l o r _ TIM HAGGERTY

317

316 Wsstlsnd Qarden Ctty

3K Wssttand Qarden CHy

CENTURY 21

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Thursday. Aprt 26. I960

Thursday, Apr! 2fl. 1 WO

xsstzl HURON RIVER HEAVEN

SOUTH LVON - (Panning H o r n an b m country « * 3 bodrooms. 2 b a p * , MOO Moo* ft tamay room. Nb. raom. ftnoad yard. 8 KM. 900 56044 Pontlac Trad Ct , W of MfltordRd.

& » » 5 ^ 5 3

Ask tor J o h n O ' B r i e n SOUTH LVON - anjoy i IXa dack M your 2.500

473*200 RE/MAX FOREMOST. INC

Ask tor Kathy O'Neill

snsusr—*11 NETWORK

NCW HUOSON - debghtlU famby homa on largo lot ft w a r sub a«h bark, pond I MM of km lor kids. 3 h M o o m ranch. 1 4 Bdlhe. Brat floor ftundry. extra daap Biiamanl. 1123.900

REAL ESTATE

476-1600

Call Barb Williamson

BUNGALOW .» « M * > room, 2 c t

Real Estate One 348-6430 Cepe Cod • > n 2.0 acra MM ahortng a pond. Nbai oooatrucHon raady lor your flnMMMH^M S314.000 Cab 342-4150

CM

BUILDERS ' CLOSE-OUT

SOUTH LYON, (boa 3 badroom. 14 beth*. bay window. Ik —had rac room. Franoh doors, now windows, larga l o t S91.000 437-5375

On o»ar 1 acra surrounded by b gang* bowing Huron river TMs wonderful 4 bedroom

lor. atlachad garaga Sura to paee** Mat SM.900 (CT-1301 C M taytar. Re-Mex Eaat 792-4000 act 421 ROCHESTER SCHOOLS 3 badrooma. tub baaamant, larga Iol. tiwnadlaM occupancy SOS M 0 Aak lor Jan OaamarMa. 2S4-3320 or 730-7300 SCHWEITZER REAL ESTATE SETTER HOMES ANO OAROEMS TROY-OPEN SUN, 1-6. < 1,750 Mr. lamby room/ a 120.900 2432 000-7014

sq. I t . I

TROY SUN. OPEN HOUSE8 OPEN 1-4PM. 1100 Prosper N. ot Squara Laka. W at Crooks Superb landscaping, aprftklars * dack ara Jual a Mw ftMuraa ot thM aharp 3 badroom. 2.6 both. N. W. Troy homo Famby room wtth flrec

a 103.1 i

sr*

pftoa. Mabjra tree* country aub. on ri"-> ie'ii » i S ] i » a " t S s. a w n s M M road. 5 mm. from loam. BuM o» W. M Carol UL Rd. 30 by < £XSt $«4

J/CSJ'cSoail

OPEN 1-4PM. 2231 Highbury N ot Long LaRo. E. ot John R. WHAT A LOCATION! Fantastic lusubdMfton'pbrtL Four badroom. 2H belh*. library and Ftoride Room wtth graat view oI tha trees AJao bnMtied 6 seamen!. brat boor laundry and tormM d m h g room A vary d M s b t o homal S100.000

— CENTURY 2 1 Hartford South-Weet 497-4111 471-3555

oM b r i c k * ma) kitchen. graat room a pftoa. 3 fub batha. huga uRa. pott bam. too. Serb Mail yet Maa M evorydimg. ft—aMM poaan. t <74.000 851-8770

OPEN HOUSES SUN. 2-5 SOUTH LYON #1150 DEAN • S

ERA R Y M A L S Y M E S

•1415 OEAN • S badroom, 14 b a f t

Large mower bedroom, comtmmi - baaamant am S71,500-

TH E PRUDENTIAL GREAT LAKES REALTY 689-8900

10 A C R E

SOI Roc ha> t a r - T r o y 61430 DEAN • 3 badroom. 14 beth INVESTORS SPECIAL-TROY 3 bodc o l o n i a l , f a m i l y r o o m , pool room ranch. greM potentlM tor growth. Realty Wortd/Mc Intyre •120 J00. Hoet Norm Aaooc. Inc. 642-7747

TROY Supar sharp Tudor w«h many amenWaal Hardwood floors, contra air, s ab . 2» Mth flrapftoo S358.000 KATMIE GOODRICH 044-4700 MAX BROOCK. INC, REALTORS TROY-WOW Hewly decorated contemporary colonlM. o a i l i M atr. 3 b M o o m a . mint condMon $129,900. 529-3754

TROY. 4 adroom brick c o o M . 14 baths. tew w o o d w l n d o w a roy cotonfti doorwM. carpeting. Ab ocxidrtlonLYON TWP room. 2 4 both. 2.240 SQ. ft. New mg. spnn iMr system. 16 A . Ohn R , 30775 MARTBtDALE - 4 badroom. . sMulancy fumoco. atr. sprtn- Opan Set A Sun. M »<1793 klars, storms, landacaplng. M a o< KanMnsWn Laka. 8164.800 S 133.000 Opan Sun. 1-Spm. TROY - 3 bedroom brick rarich. 1 4 M n t Tony baths, fanMy room with flrat liaca. 2 car ettaohod garage, cant rM sb. $120,000. 624-2802,390-7702 o r * or SOUTH LVON. n m * > OREAT LOCATION. In Fairvtew WENDOVER WOOOS ctaan. 1272 aq. .R. a badroom ranch. Farms Sub. backing to wooded BIRMINGHAM 8CMOOLS 1 * both*. ism i n l a i d KltOian. cen- commona 4 badrooma. 2 4 bi " 4 Bedroom. 2 4 both ootonftt LMng tral Nr. M baa T i n . o.asUoil ge- famby room afth fliaplbto, and < room, dining room, modern kitchen, t r a M r . S 147.500. 647-7100. ras*. A d now BBU0C (8919) _ dan. tamdy room/Rraptaoo. ftundry CALL RANDY MEEK 2 4 car aids sntrsnc l l l l M l i m a r a * 127-4000 large deck. oentrM air. etc. Low 8200'» 642-

NEW LISTING

RALPH MANUEL

CUTE i South Lyon. Waft

r TROY - 2.440 SQ. f t 4 bedroom.

309 Royal Oak-Oak Park H u n t i n g t o n Woods

COUNTRY PURISTS DREAM-3 beddack. Move ft oondMonl Large tol room brick oolonftL 1 4 bath, flreon quftt oourt backs to stream. nod kltchS198.000. Open 8un. 641-0271 an. 14 car g a r a g * 544-4163

Century 21 Homa Cantar

' 476-7000

OPEN SUNDAY 1-4

s r e ^ - r s . ^ 1

22SS PraaMok. Troy (tocaMd W. of CooBdga. N. ol WattMa. cm Wentworth). Sharp 4 badroom. 2 4 baft, bow thromp ptan, 8164 000

Imbiilll.

O'RIHay Raatty

487-4111.471-3664

I OAK TWP. S. LYON j Opan

860-8844

OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 213 Mshorn. E off Adams. N. of

Mon. OMy $134,900 Aak S T Ann Bishop 641-1414. R&MAX PraMoolnnsM O r o t »

HUNTMQTON WOOOS-3 badroom brlok ranch. Naw roof, carpets $00,900 Opan Bun. 1-4pm. 661-6607

NEW LISTING

GREAT STARTER H O M E 3 bodLara* aatloode of cabinets. $40,800. 651-0000.

RALPH MANUEL

OPEN 3UN. 2-5

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jftfc SdRnq^JMow

Union Laka COMMERCE TWP-Open Sun. 2-6. oe Ira* 3 bedfloor ftundry. tormM dftlng room, Mrge gourmM knchen wMt Mand. "ving^room.^ tam^room^wMM|Mi •' M

rsge. Mcafy landscaped w/spttm l i f t am A lots of extra* MaaBy id ft Commerce PMoa. one of RMBS craft JE. el Adams. S of DUTtob-T BIMMFT dtcaraaid 4 bobroom. 2 4 b a f t , large l o t Many ax- 1905 Spruce C t . S ol Oakley P a k . Pbb. Caitorahoatng; 066-3674 E a t S.Commeroe. $180,000.

ROCHESTER HILLS • 11

ft oraa< room, 1st boor b $199 90S. CaO A J . Van Oyan _ SOUTH LYON HOMES SUCK 4 CEDAR RANCH - On 1 J

W A Long Laka. On 4 *

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uewjreteu 4. omjf\XMT\, « £ % ' B r t M a " d r M ' WMer" prta! 1 * I d a room, M M on s4-*ports Mka TMs labor U i i H I bar. 2 car o t M o d f t i i or 4 bedroome. 2 hM attached ceramic M M . hardwcod floors. j I M M O % M i » i i . M y l o t boor ftundry, TROY - CROOKS/SQUARE LAKE AREA 4 badroom ootaMM. 2 4 •age Fruk vooa. grape arborm. e v a grasne - a Joytos a a n $ l 10.000.

CENTURY 21 TOWN & COUNTRY 542-8100

COMMERCE TWP. - > brick ranch. Famby room wMi flreptaoe. 14 betha, 4 DnMhad baaam e n t a car garage, ttOBJOO. LONG LAKE prt S i g n with boM docking! Clean « sondy bottom aB sports laka Brick ranch en I n

Ftorlde porch 4 large priM

NORTH BRIOGE PARK •M 3 4 yr. o M tudor. 2 J 0 D aq. fL 4 badrooma. 2 4 b a f t * . Sbrary bay a f t aRbi: SOUTH LYON NEW CONSTRUCTION l j a » R- oorMemperary rant* on i m ~ I In new —B - 1 a f t n a f t i W d t a H c T r f t l

1

^sMbanmg^ " rm system, baaubkfti $219/100. 828 r t r i

Y i T Briar RMga. WoNartne Lk. 4 am ouetom c a m greM room aSC°ftapMea. a a f t - a M lower la«M M t h 8Pi bedroom aad Lots ofdsck-

REO'SSSS KEJM ASSOCIATES SIC.

M i l s I I . Fvspiaca. Marad deck abb BM Mb. Updated •ncnen. 4 Bad-

- r i i s a a y —

OPEN 8UN. 2-5pm

CONGRATULATIONS!



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T o p r r o o u c e r ror M a r c n 12 years o l a ^ a r i a n c a plua "Abova the Crowd Katty M s C a l Har Today* ; 1 0 0 ,

amlum area of ftie condo condominiums seldom arababls- End unit with prtyocy. Two badrooma. 2 baths, laiga

HANNETT, INC.

RALPH MANUEL OPEN HOUSE 12-4 Sunday. Aprt 29 1 2030 PauM Way. C o m sea OM abnrat now quad famby room wtth flrapftoe. Deck off

£S!

REALTORS 646-6200

PRIVACY PLUS on prtvola road, now custom ooionMI homa on 2.5 ecres. minutes N. of Rocheetor Larga country kitchen w/ oak cabinet*. 1st. boor ftundry. centra Mr. 2 nrepiecea. tormM dmnfl. dack oil kitchen. 3 bedrooms, cararruc badw whirlpool tub. M waft out baea-

ANNOUNCING (0 Mbe 6 Orchard Lk.) Now duster homes prtoed from S 105,900 FEATURING. • 2 bedrooms • 2 beths • attached garaga • Fu» basamsnt . Fireplace m greM room • Centra Mr • 1st Floor ftundry. Optimum Development 588-1818 Open Deby 1-5

WEST BLOOMFIELD Unbeatable VMuM Attractive two storyl S 174.900 torn ConatnjctKml DeMrabM Sub. 8299.000 walkout lower 8350.000

HEPPARD 855-6570 TTY 855-3030

GAIL BUTCHER

RE/MAX 100 348-3000

ASps r Home? DsMgnsdtorEntertaining Te Dock your b o o t Enfoy beach A M taka prtvbagas Sylvan Lake, a prt els community ® '

Priced m tha $180,000*. If so CMI

681-1836

14. ACRE TREED, pond. hMMds. 8179J00 Owner/Broker. 662-0011

321 Homea Livingston County JUST LISTED! Pretty 4 bedroom home on 4 of an acre. 2 car garage, lamby room above ground pool exlensrve deck ftfc Itowsb Sohooto. W o n t MM M

block Mand. 2 badrooma. 14 bathe, newer furnace M t h centra Mr Own laundry area, locked atorage. buftm bookshelves Near pool $ picnic area. $74^00.

BEST VALUE m a condo m Bioomflald HM* Freeh A Inviting wfth new carpal and paint thru-out. Cuatom mirrors, track bghbrtg. balcony, garage, pool. 2 bedroom*. 2 batha Ownar tranetorred - must aa $06,000

CALL NITA ANDERSON Tha Prudential Graat Lakes Realty 646-6000 or 642-8066 and brick courtyard. Three flre, 3 bedroome, 2 4 I 18268.000 JANETTE ENGLEHARDT 644-6700 MAX BROOCK. INC, REALTORS

Bingham Woods Open Sun. 2-5pm 30000 Rhmr Crossing j 8. off 13 Mbe. E of Taegrsph AOeokAafy charming condol Cheer" A light throughout OuMI ssfting wflhIi lovely views. Large Featuring 3 bedroom*. 2 4 masMr suMa wbh flrapftoe A beloorry LOWEST PRICE IN BMGHAM. $228,500. Aak tor.

REAL ESTATE ONE 646-1600 647-3815 OWNERS ARE 8ELLJNO „ . WE ARE MARKETING .

CALL JAN ZUPKO Ths Michigan Group 517-546-3474 or 227-4000 LAKE SHANNON ACCESS knmeaJele ranch. 4 bedroome. 3 4 h*. tol Baaament 2 4 1 _ . tfc acre*, beautifully prtoMl M $130,000. (5427) C A U JAN ZUPKO Th* lillchlgen Group 517-546-3474 or 227-4600

1720 Tfvarton $ 129.900 BtoomfleM H M * Buy a condo - gel a check, c a l tor d o t a l * Larga ranch ' le. exclusive m-dly location Owner 642-0635 8ALES CONNECTION

.Ml A A. I-1,,

waanianaw m u n i y ANN ARSOR - near M-14 Cuatom brick ranch on 1.3 acres m VBegs of Dixboro Draam kltchan. suMe w/ftcuxzl A steam

BIRMINGHAM - CHARMING townhouee. 2 badrooma. 1 4 bath, sb spOrby $00.9001 Cab

A m Arbor, 8222 Laka CraM Or, S al 1-04. E. of Whfttaka. CALL CHUCK OVERMYER

MAYFAIR

522-8000

324 O t h a r l

IM-

s r . c x s r j - Lu Richards REAL ESTATE ONE • M O N LAKE . 0 0 ' 0

464-7111

CAREFREE ANO CONVENIENT The work a donetoryou m thM updated 2 bedroom. 14 beth North vibe Townhouse Finish sd baaement. appliance* Popular Condo araoSTO.OOO.

m M W of Haggerty. N. of 7 M b * to raar of Way

NOVI - A NEW LtStTNG

COUNTRY PVACE OONOOa Extrsmsry Mean. 2 badroom unb M f t Batamant garaga. flreptaoe. Mr. 2 4 baft*, neutral dacor. secluded location. $06,900. Cal

LEE WILBANKS ty Profaaak 476-5300

BLOOMRELD HILLS

WEST BLOOMFIELD OPEN SUN. 2-S. 4471 LawM Club. (Orchard Laka. S. of Lone Pinal. Sharp 2 badroom. 2 b a f t oondo. ground tovM entry, weft oul lower MvM tsmby roam, garag*. poM. Moppftg nearby $BO,sOO BOa OR MARGE SECONTME

CENTURY 21 PREMIERE 826-6600 626-0075

OPEN SUN. 2-S • 1104 R M f t * Acre*, a. af Lena Pfta. W af Tattgraph Charming Co

hLTTL&L

2 4 b a f t * Goto $180,800 a f t oonatdar hetping wfft OOSM Cafl 046-14d0

HERITAGE PROPERTIES 346-1300 NOVI - WALLED LAKE. Shorobne Zonae. 2 bedroome. 2 b a f t * . 3rd floor unb OPEN SUN. 2-6. P o n b K VMI M west Rd. Large deck, gasps. 172 fl. Mka trontai aocksge a s M M i 870.500. Homeowners Concopt

NOW 2 badroom

OPEN MOUSE SUN: 2-6 P M . 11706 Sycbmore W of Heggsriy. N. off AA Trafl Lovely and specious 2 bedroom 2 4 bath townhouee wflh mum-decking. es*-out Fsmby Room. Plymouth Township. $ 129.900

Hartford South

464-6400 CHELSEA BRIDGETOWN

L A K E

CONDOMINIUMS 2 - 3 bedrooms Irom $ 121.000 Located m the Quaint vtkag* c Chelsea. 15 mbea W of Ann Art»r Models Open DeWy 12 - Spm

DUPLEX RANCH CONDOS

Farmington Orchards Opan Sat A S u n , 1-5 Feeturee 2 badrooma. 2 f u l balh* I M floor iKIbty room, sppbance*.

E D G E W O O D T O W N H O M E S

• Contemporary & Luxurious • Spacious Luxury homes offer more privacy t h a n most h o m e s . Only 2 0 minutes from Ann Arbor. 3 0 m i n u t e s away from Southfield a n d Farmington.

(313) 475-7810

CLOSE OUT SALE New Construction Pikes Peak V»lags m Westland Ranches. 2 bedrooms. 2 baths. 1st. floor laundry, baaamant. attached 2 car gaa * Cab after 1pm 261-5520

• Lots of flexibility in design • 2-3 bedrooms, 2 to 3Vi baths • Main level master bedroom • Lofl area and cathedral ceilings • Full basement or walkout lower level option MODEL HOURS DAILY 12-5

• Sundeck, courtyard, patio and balcony with atrium doors to deck • Air conditioning and 90% efficiency tumace 12 car garages • Excellent access to 1-96 and US-23

1-06 west to exit 145. Turn nght on Grand Fbva. Laka Edgewood a wfthln a mfle on me left Or CMI

-€MVSTME SMELU at (313) 22*4296

Brokar parttdpaBon waicoma

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$

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OPEN SAT. 1:30-4:30 27600 Echo Vsbay UnH 204, Farmmgion Hfts. Qrbctous immacuMM 1.100 sq.fl, 1 badroom i « p e r condo. flrM bwidmg on a M Watch tor

ludy REAL EST> ATE ONE 455-7000 464-1343

orary. 3 badrooma. 2 4 bathe, att e n d kitchen, aacurby. Larga. prV V M yard and d M . Warranted Prtoed betas market M $229,900

O P E N S U N . 1-4 FARMPtGTON HILLS TOWNHOUSE 3CRRA POBtTE CONOOMMdUM M 18 Mbe A I I 1 Contemporary

One Way Realty

FARMINGTON HILLS - nicely decorated. 2 bedroom. 2 bath, upper ranch with laundry A storage New kitchen Boor, cuatom cloeets. 86S 900 Aak tor Patty PMbps. Cranbrook Rasltors 866-2200 624-4782

COLONIAL REAL ESTATE 453-3939

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.2* M l bassmsnt. lota of Mon«e Ask mg $111.000. PrtoedtorlaM aMM N . M I Mbe/W. of Meadowbrook 422-LIST (422-5478) or 473-5600

HMp4J-Sel ReM Estate 454-0535

K.C.

' S L CARPET KEftl ASSOCIATES. MC. 066-0100

NORTHVILLE TOWNHOUSE - M l Me large cotorvM yat prtvaM location. adjacent gerage Mth opener. In-ground pool m dubhouee. tvlng

FARMINGTON HKX8 - PRIOE OF RAMBLEWOOO MANOR CONOOS. An estato situation 1560 SQ fl, 2 2 ba

Reduoed to $93,900

' aata. 2 weft-in doeeta.

WHEN YOU'RE TALKING SQUARE FEET ...

ENJOYABLE and quftt seoure 2nd floor unit m q u e l complex neor Five Mbs A Beech Larga badiooma. tormM dlnmg room. t a l 4 r kHehan with dMhwaeftai m view of courtyard, large picture wtndow. A l tor only $41,000. low down payment poeabft if qusbflad

FARMINGTON HILLS - Spadoue 4 rooma, 1 bedroom, poot carport.

OPEN HOUSE SUN: 2-S P.M. 11721 Sycamore HMden Ridge Bidg afl. UnH a 1 BuM m 1907, Ml neutnb decor. 2 Bedroom. 2 bath ranch unit wfth hugs srsft-m closM off master prv

OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 8710 Mdgaaood #9. W S. of Wstout E of Drake. Contom-

tola, only 1 b u f t unit MR. JuM 4 mas N. of 8 Mbe. on Orchard Laka Rd. (Merriman) $00.1 MILO PROPERTIES 471-0711

FAHMMUION HILLS SUrMr odndo. 1 bedroom. Balcony New carpat Washer/dryer Move-in condition. $56,800. Kim

Kristen Cook REAL ESTATE ONE 661-5700

ROW

464-7111

BLOOMFKLDS pramtor oondo PLYMOUTH. M THE CITY Jua two r e e * By oaner l i s d u l snd I dowMaen. A quiet u sd sway M s two siory unb ranMi overtooklug Fa* Lake. A professional* M MtpeoosM* There ere U p d a t e d Mndaoapad w/Bowaring bees A surrotmdftg u r f t FedftMe mrMng. flMMng. l e v * . A rents biaflsbll M s qMet carefree, privets environment ROBERT BAKE Laundry room on l a l floor m l o w a MuM. Open Houee Bun only. 2-5 Realtors pm. E s l l m a t a d w o r t h up to $240 000. MUST BELL-WILL SAC453-8200 RPTCE $215,000 OclWii on Ms PLYMOUTH! J u a two yeers ok), ties Lakee M tha S.E o o m a of Long Laka A M M d t o M t 2100 Bcrdeoux or oeb 166-0027 before unit a MMd snd b one car sndassa gerag* There ara 3 B M o o w a , 2 kai beths (a master), a tormM dftlng area. IM 327 Naw H o m a Boor laundry. ftapMoa. a Security syMsmm. spplencas to remem. and C e n W a k . $110,000

Novi

ROBERT BAKE Realtors 453-8200

OMy two homeo Mft m OokMnd County's moet preetioommuntly. Timber

ROCHESTER HILLS - Open Sun . 11673 Christy C l . i k e a n w o o d m. Hanbn A Crook* 2 badroom ranch oondo. nrepMua. deck, roc room A garaga. $1ISOOO.

ke color Priced b o m C a l 344-0325

sM actions $230.0001

STOP WAITING

Priced M 8194.900. EILEEN YOUNG, 861-0800

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West Bloomfield

MILES HOMES 1-600-334-6620 WOLVERINE L A K E 1214 aq. f t 2 . 3 bedroome. 1 4

CABIN NEAR SNOWAY LAKE Neer Lakee A The RMe Mwa

GLEN ARBOR REALTY sMoftortngsst THEHOMEST&D And LEELANAU COUNTY Ceb Sloven E Netherton. Broker

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HOLLY 70 ecres. 1000 fl. bMck lop bontage 5 0 4 wooded Very attractive price and t e r m * For IrdornwIton. cad Mr. Laftovbz. 567-3600

LAKE SHANNON LAKEFRONT LOT with tremendous

HARBOR SPRINGS

dew of waaa A island* UMiids. tree* A 116 I t of sandy shoraflne. $110.000

Hamlngar-PEDERSEN RE (616) 526-2176

ONE OF THE LAST bUkflrw anas on private Laka Shermon Possftls M f t 82 fl of sandy beach

eMsrtronil M sports s o l a MM 875.000

Syhrla L. CoM. ReM Estete B r o k a 629-4161

prestigious Uttto Msrtx* Ciuo on 2 * ecre* of prime reeciit property O v a 3.300 aq.R. M floors, restored bn ceding, chandabor* and much moral Offarad M $005,000 by

Hemlnger-PEDERSEN R.E. (616) 526-2176

LOVELY roftng I S acra prime k * m C M r t M M . wbh mekjre sppla oak. mepM A htoeeunMiu cherry traaa Near world-ranowned Cranbrook. $246,000 Aak tor...

SNEAK A PEEK GREENPOINTE

21100 QMnheven. Novi B M locabon. overlookmu park. 3 bedroom*, deck. ape. flrsshsd toaar leva Prided to M $128,800. CML.

Sandy or Phyllis REAL ESTATE ONE 551-1900 BEAUTIFUL WOOOGATE Plymouth llaMcutoua 2 bedroom. 2 4 baft townhouee oonrin. Fboplaoed bring room. dsn. BnMhed roc room. p r t v M da " " 8134S00 AftorS:

The Prudential Change Your LIFESTYLE Not Your 455-8400 LIFE SAVINGS

LAKE

COMMERCE MEADOWS

14 $46,900

THE NEW AMERKAN LIFESTYLE W A L L S ) LAKE/NOV! • Open B u t , V Spm. 241 Aqueduct. 14 Rd srea 2-3

i 313-024-1174 er 900EVELYN f . PORREST

rm aaurM s " p S S r " f l k o o i * S L s r i ^ IJOO Cafl 044-1400 IAX BROOCK. SIC. REALTORS

REAL ESTATE C l OBiNG*

btOOMPWLO TWP 2 badroom 2 kM b a M * spactoue M n g sre*. < mg raem L o f t M ftaaaft prtv " lemont. M r . a a r p o n . p o ~ IJOO. $B0aB78

A u b r e y H. T o b l n #32-3070

ak. 1 -oo a t Perth Masked kasom a n t $7*.40S Csb PeMMe -1000 sr 27^0110 CAMTOtt-ArSor Vftbfb. Now 2 bad1* "

664-2767

FOUR MILES NORTH OF ISBONWIXOMRO.

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O P O t a u N . 12-4PM Upper S * 00 fa F t Contamporary. M n g Reoenriy raduoed to $444,000 CASSLAK&RONT 4 lots evMMMe wbh W BM ScftooM bom 8230.000

BLOOMFIELD

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Thompson-Brown

PINE LAKE. Naw Luxury Condo* Mertxs loyers. ceramic ft* ptuah c a r p e t o M trim. $i>opaan cabinetry Mnn Mr pramium sppflanrat, French doors, aacurby system. rwuae snd yoid owr privet* boat sflp mduded $366,000toI M . O O C PissaiMdby For

ModM haws 4

FARMBNGTON Grand Rhar A Ore. 4200 sq. I t Ina/raMB. 3 r tot 22804 8200.000 I '4^3%

Thompaon-Brown 553-6700 UVOMA - t M p p MBb

Thompaon-Brown 553-6700

Call: Jon Savoy Signature Associates (313) 948-9000- : 354 LII i: Manf tocMton tor MM 2 lamby trbnooa. plenty of p e r k m g $S2.9o£ For mora mtormaMon. c a l >r.»

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m a d . Ptywwudi R d W. af FanMngtofc. Cae M f t a S M * . 341-4040

Contad Re-Max of B k R a p M

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UNION LAKE

M M M dr oondo unRs. Cherry M l e r e * WeSsi A s e w a ara m. Old

FIRST FEDERAL ^ 478-3400 QAROEN cmr 6 UNIT FVst oftortng. I courtyard. 2 c

P r i w e t o ^ d ' w ™Bk Ownar! C M

One Way Realty

UtMONLK.n. north Miora. 42 I t . bonMgo. second 62 R. srHoriab Ml 8330.000.

Premium Ptymouth

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PERRY REALTY

Aatc for Joonle Gurskl. Tha PnidantM B a r r y Ellerholz REAL ESTATE ONE 274-6911

W A L L S ) LAKE CONOO - 1 bodroom. ad aptMi i .as. M a s deck, endoeed garage, boat docks aval SOW $49.000. 664-0175

SUBURBAN OFFICE BUILDING 9000 eg. a piue Banquet H— 9 8 4 Biw. Parking. L ^ . term* $226,000

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MET AMORA HUNT HORSE COUNTRY 250 acraa. modeM. charnMtg 3 bedroom Mrmhouee. flraptaoa. o l heet Mr. horae born, tack room. 4 oar garage. tenant houee. sr/3 b M uuwaRoikng land. 2JOO I t rhar k adage, lovety w o o d * 4 ML Rd. bonWB dMde. Oaistopsmsnl po-

ROCHESTER DOWNTOWN 50x190 l o t rarttdaM S t A l utflfl $46^00. Greet m Town mraBom CaB

C A L L MARY KELLY at

626-9100 or 626-5363 PLYMOUTH - UpdMa income n e a Downtown C o t H a t BftMk. Muw. • R K X T E R 4 ASSOC WESTLANO - D M

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ACACIA PARK. PARK. Socaan w , tot 190. Mefce oftor. 634-702 Redtord. 2 ar ena* wbh vaidM. aeoaon OtortoQardan*. F o r i d u i b M u a

GRANOLAWN TsMgraph-Slx MB* M m 2 tot*, aacaan 25. moe Viceboi*. B M oflar M M M 466-2129 OAKLANO HHXS Mamoria dan*. 4 tola, valued $BB6. pa. M M a

2 IM bay.

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652-4714

946-1 I O

Ona block trom Lake MteNgan JuM N. of CfwMvolx. » 3640 sq. ft, 2 yr. oW home. 3 badrooma. 3V4 batfia. 2, Z oul pafto. 24x29 family room sdtfi drctSar bar. M l batfi; ' rac room. uMKy room, and 5x40 waBt-bi k iiM/Mr a igfl. 12x14 dudae brtck'flrapiaca. deer cedar ciBng I OBfc M U r a f t i J trtTW I r 10 upper WM, 1 wan M l bfltfi, 14*14 Bbrary MR landacapad. $255,000 sdtfi L X .

WHITE CHAPS. • Spread M fte GdapaL 4 chotoe k**. K2400 or BoM oftor M 2-4706

Call Gary Strange

WHITE CHAPEL - Troy. I B I I b l l i . Ona apace, prbne toaoMt M O M $790. Rapfy Boa 120. Oft.

313/1362-3333

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FARBMAN STEIN & CO.

6eeut*ully irtuaiedl at and of psnmsuM. 8163.000. C M 4B4-1724

IN NOVI-WIXOM AREA A NEW HOME THAT COSTS LESS THAN AN APARTMENT

UBy. 2 bedroom. Moa M t a . hduae Sunder 2-6pm 875 900

PLYMOUTH exclusive hemes Ana A r b o r Sahooft. sbsod, p e r k e d $13BJOOB. No lendoontrset Can 313-231-3171

O^LLEY REALTY

COLDWELL BANKER

GOLF-VIEW UNITS AVAILABLE

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N.YMOUTH

H e r e ' s h o w it w o r k s :

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2) Downpayment (10%|

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3| Amount of loan

$21

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CENTURY 21

Y P M L A t m TWP. - A a a a e n ^ H

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261-4200 Homes f r o m $24,000 to $60,000 lepproe. 1,000 aq. ft. In 1.600 aq. R.|

2 & 3 BEDROOMS 3 F U L L BATHS From $150,000

$107,800 NORTHVBXE > S M ft Mvaty N i i f t i l M i Vfta One mm M S . C o f t a d r a o*ang Greet Room. tonM d f t f t g rooss.

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478-5666

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On Grand River, West of Drake in Farmington Hills I Open Mon. thru FH. 1 to 6 (yes. Including Thurs.) I Sat. A Sun. Noon to 5

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CENTURY 21 TODAY 855-2000

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OXBOW LAKE For SaM by Oamari Cuatom ftdb Ranch, wtafly < M H Ida view

344-6100-

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PARKVKW MEMORIAL - 3 MBa Rd.. L N o M 4 ptoM togi M M f t The Mkftlgan Group B91-9B06 or 861-4100

476-7440

•rVESTOR8$1tOO per m o n f t r o h t i t

UPPER STRAITS LAKEFRONT

6| Monthly

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One Boo' lowed CAU. JERRY JANKOWSKI

RARE FINOI 100 f t on BfMan Ltfca T a p Mory 2.700 aquas tool RaMMt 1946 3 b M o o m a . maalar a / a M ommrn A p i l i f t s eun dack. EngBMt Garden* $360^)00. TLE. CALL JERRY JANKOWSKI

to, cuatom sandy bottom. 8 aflaMMcintflra-

Docks r Available Reduced rates

FOR SALE - Keego H a t x *

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TRAVERSE CITY - W a M r b r M aetata. 319 f t on W. Grand Tranaroa. Bay contamporary ranch style home, todlura* 7 ptu* bedroom*, ot-

G r a n d River Frontage 2500/5000/7000 Sq. Ft.

14.70,2

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OXFORD LAKEFRONT

SUBURBAN 349-1212 261-1623

B R O K E R S WELCOME

REALTY. BtC

beach wbh a a a of fta Mka A Bay PoJm* Country O u t Owner a -mry modiMed. Priced to M toot el $374,900 CALL CHfVS OR DONNA RE/MAX EXECUTIVE 737-4900

Novi

(appro*. 4 of buflcflng M d * - 1.290 eq.lt. Vary McM 8320.000

OPENSUN 12-4PM

ooae of ' aaklng $200,000

Thompaon-Brown 5S3-6700

8126.000 Century 21 - J. Scott, Inc. 522-3200 3.66

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Svoe: 34fr-1743

CENTURY 21 IS Mil* Rd.

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11SBS.

64-713$ or

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W r l m S k ! i l l DEVELOPMENT CO O p e n M o n . t h r u F r i . 11 t o 6 , S a t . 1 0 t o 5 . S u n . 12 t o 5 .

FOR SALE - NOVI 44 Acre*

low PfT. Very M M e . smpie perkmg. room to odd on to ftto 113*136 let Cad today tor a H

"JUST LSfTED"

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BELLEVILLE Cape Cod. 1500 sq beth. 2 <

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Thompaorv- Br own 553-6700

THE PRICE IS RIGHT! ON" W>U^ OWN

Hng BtauMul da b e a r o o m S kM be

CANTON • BY OMWBR Opal St 1-4PM - MflndT- C M n M I M OSrty 41442 i a u f t s f a d . To. M M M f t B t $76300 807-01

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BEAUTIFUL IRISH IdLLS Larga lot, 100 fl. on waMr on 600 ecre M sports leko $47,500 A MtorSteve 750-3400

one M Wayne s prima area* OMy $37,000

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4 m 4 e off 1-444 CALL MARY BUSH BMTTH

OPEN SUNOAY 2-4 Commerce Lafce. large tot 3 bedroom

ASK FOR MR. RIGHT ALUMMUN SIDED. 1-2 badroom ranch. 50 fL of bontage on M sports Duck Lafce. 2 c a garags New sap.oo»Sfurhec« Open. Sonde, 125. 2247 O o M a . N Ol 14-50. W off Ouck Lake Rd. $06,900. 667-4262

1100 s t f t mam r d Ii ni'iMgi AdM-

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6441 Wards* Ci 1-600-56BOUSE 313-461-2756 313-662-6604

ASWEET DREAM

WALLED LAKE - L a g * Commacaat.

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Cranbrook

ROCHESTER SCHOOLS Tap. U B aRa. 610 fl frontage

Special Insulating Features • Immediate O c c u p a n c y ...anH m u c h m o r e . . . f r o m $ 1 3 8 , 0 0 0

rtoekbw r i m a i s s a rage area, aarpon Ctoee M p p m g 879.000 C a l 640-1

b f t f t o i tar PRCE CaB Mr I

$399,500

661-4422

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POUR SEASONS CONOO - prtvete batoony off Groat room, i bedroom. aftb-ftpaai 1 bMh*^ Mmdry room^^wMk^n^pwn

651-6000. Rea. 645-1239

• Ova 2 ecres • 4 bedroom*. 3 4 balh* • Pool 6 spa • Must M by May IM • OacouiltorceMi • immedlete Occupency

T bompaoo-Br own 553-6700

OPEN SUNDAY 1-4

LAKE BIKWWOOO - GET YOUR BOAT RCADY FOR BIBMdER FUN. W BLOOMFKLD- FaM FARMPtGTON MLLS GORGEOUS WOOOS) WATER' l o T O FRONT 4 ecre plus BITE READY FOR SPRBIQ I ciddeeac l o t Bel or budd to NEARLY 2dfl0 B O (DeMtorCaaM $06,900 991-1439 OCCUPANCY FT WTTH ISLAND KITCHEN. DELUXE MASTER SUITE TAKE COM342 Lakafront Proparty MERCE flO, W. TO STARWOOO. GARDEN CITY NORTH TO GULPWOOO TO LEAPown payment On ABSENTEE OWNER M TOWN WOOO TO OORWOOD homselts. I $36,000 wbh Land Contract Tame OPEN FRI, SAT. SUN 1-6 RALPH MANUEL Otto N. $ctMM ROM Eslats 421-1515 UPPER STRAIGHTS LAKEFRONT

GRANO TRAVERSE BAY. M » f t bontage. wooded tot wMh nice sandy beach Cab r.aWngs 563-0667 RESORT COTTAGE Year -round rooort cottage wbh p vlow of LHtto Trail a a a Bay 3 badrooma. 2 M l b a f t * , large g a s p s Offered MmMhed M $305,000.

CENTURY 21 TODAY 855-2000

bedroom. 2 Sheila Swanson HtGGPtS/HOUOHTON LAKE REAL ESTATE ONE New 3 bedroom cabiadtM chMat tone of kjp with deck and dock on 646-1600 Yr roiaid homo, woodedtolctoee to 56 ft of Great buy M lsks'SIMS park. S30.000. 622-0343 M1LFORD AREA $130,900. By 697 HUBBARD LAKE - Party Star*. SY OWNER. Growing buebioeetoramMtoue per- P o r t e d W o o d e d 2 flrsptoces, Mrge 2 Tqwnhousaa son. M M location 1152 sq.fL $47,000 landacapad. deooralad. 2 4 AT COPPER CREEK on main boor with M s p * f 1^0.000 634-0006 4 B M C X DUPLEX upatabs. CaB George Koontz. FARfcMNGTONHbxa Treed bidldtog M M B e e u f f t l 2 acra 2 bedroom. 2 4 beth townhouee. 2 $04,500 2 bedroom. 14 baft. M n g Century 21 Crow Raaby M m prastigMus Mbtord Pine C A S S L A K E cer garaga. fcepMue. j e n t r a ab. 517-356-2181 llssdasa backing l o Kensington prtveSs pabo. Pro-ooratructton pricWOODLANDS LAKE CHARLEVKMX-110 f t leks Metro Park. Bufldtoauk. Cafl es from $109,990 Two Lakatrant homes rsmemmg m 362-4150 or 306-3000 330 A p a r t m a n t a MMobt Estates * 2 Sanitary ayslam 290 ACRES - ideM tor Gob course malntalnod by sssoclstlofi Sections 8. 9. 16 and 17. lIumMMJ Laka Lafcetront pnca* atari M BOUTHF1ELO - Bright A Spedous 3 ALL NEW 4 UNIT suburben luxury $'55,000 8360.000 Alao. Mka a ream home* i bfth. open floor plen. rentM c o n d o * 3 bedroom. 2 both. 2 car garag*. p b d tor 10 y r * Fkienc440-2915 y a m n g si $240.000 C M 363-0077 courtyard ftg s i o M b l s Lie M n t spprsdsdno LAKE CHARLEVOtX/Bdyne ML 886.900.Century 21 West 340-4800 2 both. 3 bedroom older CPtOERELLA LAKEFRONT HOME area. 313-230-60M NOftTHF*LD TOWNSHIP recreation or M5 and 10 acre p a c o a Beeutlfui M r 7"bedroom, i b M . on bogey Laka BOUTHFCLD- 12 MBa A Everpoen. BIRMMIGHAM DOWNTOWN of gob oourse Perked Land Con- 2 cm garage, stone fliapMca. a muM 2 bedroom. 2 k d baft*, carport $67,000 477-2453 14 unit*. t $735,000 #735.000 Good money 437-1174 sea $140,000 or b M Oflsr Country setting. Pool. 632-5415 BeM location. 8250.000 NORTHEASTER MICHIGAN - Lots By o w n a . $66,900 5624788 airaflsM bom 82500 to $7500. 2 or NORTHVILLE - Introducing Pvartord EXECUTIVE RETREAT - Why Drive SOUTH LYON. 2 badroom. 2 baft. CMI 795-0000 3 bsdroum M l buft on your l o t MsedCTs. next to Edenderry North? Ruettc log homo on M sports Mftg/dfttoQ, famby room, gsraga. $15,900. or wft oomptols to yot» Dea Lake, ft OarksKm 8265.000 toehrmg 12 unique home beach, adub co-op. $60,900. specs. Cal Johneorv.Mn 644-7737 25 acra* A worthy m»estniail tor a 437-7579 332 MobNa Homaa 517-300-4027 homa. Simply, a must to s M 7 ~Eva 517-621-5447 STOP DREAMMG! 8TART LIVING! For Sala r c Jr For private showing. HIGHLAND god course 4 ft thM two bedroom Canton oondo! Derwa B. B u r * B r o k a 256-5263 6bsfl ALPHA OMEGA HOMES tot custom 4 bedroom. 2V» Larga M n g r o o m eMh woodburmng NORTHERN flrsplaoe. kitchen with n o a a * • NORTHVILLE TWP- Wooded hft- bafta. dbtbtg room. nook. I M floor MICHIGAN mond sppl mces snd t a M apace. L o w a Monthly Rant. Fawn Lsks EsMde lot Wsfkmg dtotsnos to down- Muidry. M n g room, temby room, tates. 2 Bedroom. Immsdlels Occularge den. naw k M s n 6 l a p e l b i u . Loto of doeeta and atorage. plua 1M town. dfy wator. $75,000 HOME BUYERS floor laundry and attached garage. pency-Only 816 ,900 CMysl6< 4600 Evee Stratford VMS A r e a decs . compMIM) Mndecaped. Prtvete entry Listed M fuel 809 900! O P E N H O U S E Spedous 2 Bedroom w/mesta bedNOVI - Developer's Dissni! 5 H acra $266,000 Pcisaftls and contract MuM tee 313-6B7-4006 ENCHANTING 2 BEDROOM PlymSAT. May 5 a b o m praaugtous outh oondo hes cabiedrM nsftngsd oftor - M pay 3 mo* rant. 96 Century 21 WeM 10:00 - 5:00 . Sovera others at Chateau Nov!. SUN. May 6 ORCHARD LAKE BUILDPIG SITE Chads Lafce end Stratford W e OseMbul subdlrMlori. Larga c o m a For mtormatton cab: 060-0000 12:00 - 4:00 HM. Had Cessment, ai lot $197,000. AMc tar snd wood deck tar CANTON-1977 Buddy 14x56. stove LAKEERC COLDWELL BANKER $111.900 mwosha, M C , REALTORS REAL ESTATE doc*, dramadc vMa. 810.300 600 S ADAMS IN SEARCH OF EXCELLENT DEORCHARD LAKE VILLAGE eto!b 676-3466 495-1633 BIRMINGHAM SIGN? Bufldtoa l t on Mrge lot ft eotaM (313)642-2400 . LAKEFRONT BoeutBul prtvass M edSubdMon 640-& CANTON - 1977 Squko, 14x70fL. 7x24 oxpando. huge Ming room. 2 Over an ecre woodod sloping b bodrooma. 1 b a f t . M sppbances raft. Chooee your own bUMsr CaB u*tora No eaM roof over CMan 406-0006 the moot current Mtmg hare Sefla bufld yoi ngs m low inventory Are you conetdertng the Lot perks. Bb i i M n / i a n School* tot dec* 6ao.ooo-* pmcfiaaa or s M of a home, oondo. One of the Mw l a i i a k a i g b u b d a M 347-2978 wolertronf property, vacant land ot lots, m charming Frankln " M a g i LAKE HURON propertyCuatom busbtaas opportunity m northern Bring M oftor* 8129.000 A M tor Hexagon home w/SOOO sq. f t CabaMtoMgan? > so. plaaaa plan to drop Ray Fox na. 17 sere*. 900- frontage an M k a by at your oonvsnMnca. Wa have oiWilliam Decker, 626-6700 (917)3 flcos m Traversa Cby. Suftons Bay/ Mergers tr (817)344-0275 REALTORS LMand. Q M Artmr. Boutoh/CrystM Lake. Petoekay/Habor Spring*, METMORA Opaa Houae. Slav. Apr. Chalevotx/Boyne City. Oaytord 29 1pm - 5pm 3900 s q , f t 3 bedmdepsndenay Owned snd O p a M s d Hope lo see you ihorM room. 3 both Secluded wooded setTROY-OPEN SUN 1 4 ting on 2 PLYMOUTH CITY. NW c o m a of Contemporary townhouee. 2 Mrge COLDWELL BANKER tor d b s U k x a ( M tor Jean). Burroughs A H a d i n g bedroome wM* wedi-Pi closata. 1 rut Reeflty 3778 S. Lapaar Rd 67S-2215 SCHMIDT REALTORS HOME OWNERSHIP N 192 X 125 Greet bv bath. 2 he* bafta.'pantry, pabo. 866.000 ORCHARD LAKEFRONT oentrM Mr. t-assmsm. carport, ckib,-RAVERSE CITY BAY FRONTAGE FOR LESS COST THAN houee with poot $90,000. 302-1432 2600 sq.fl JL kooiry oondo on WoM PLYMOUTH - Introducing Pine MOST APARTMENTS Bay. 3CT I" 3m wator, 3 m M Iron RMge - Plymouth's moot TROY 3 badrooma. 2.6 bafta Ranch and unM New cerpeei Neu a Homea b o m $24,000 dan, fireplace, much more trad Nice open floor ptom $68 500 8425.000 (414)022-2100 M control. AlH of Ann A r t * * Rd H 644-6700 or 737-2478 S N M M Beautify ROCHESTER MLLS - North Oaka.1 394 Out Of T o w n MAX S R O O C I U M C . REALTORS B Oakland Cty./Wlxom Oufton R d , W of U v e m o t * BpeoProperty For Sala TROY 2 b M o o m a . 1 4 balha. ge- ft SIM r M b o m $205/mo B B M H I M M H l i sn 550 11 on GAYLORO- By O w n a 3 bedroom. p o o t tormM CM an. move m FANTASTIC INCENTIVES 14 b a f t , l u l baaament a m . 2 c a oondMon. 805.500 CaB 641-7170 garage. 2 acra* IJOO sq.lt. Laka MOOELS AVAILABLE ~ " mas throughout WALLED LAKE Mka Iront sdft boat PRBdE 8- LYON PROPERTY FOR IMMEDIATE ($17)732-0327 L o c M d on PomMc TraB noar 8 doc* 2 bedroom. 2 both* Freeh QCCUPAHCY 0ekCal6244S0?erl 337 Fa For Sala

Century 21

RALPH MANUEL • • • • • • I M C .

FARMINGTON HILLS-60x462 toned RA-3. en M M d t o M I . S ol Ten Mbe All u l l l l l l e s Asking $ I 24.000

I ^fldWMsrSftbMM M i Lafce ChertevoM m Boyne Cby

Carrol Lake C M now 874 900 A8K FOR CAROLYN KELLER

$117 Cob

satbig apace laa. Lots M cupboerda. tormM dftlng I M fttab

I. security system. Ml Open M . A Sun, 1-6. Wyndham PMoa. S of 14 Mbe. E afl MMdh M L $108 ,800 and $194,900 Cafl

$10-347-4100 330 W Mbchal . M l 44770

IIVONIA LOT T W i U f f l l 6 m M A Merriman

Walking Distance to Major Shopping a 2 or 3 B e d r o o m s F r o m 1 , 7 0 0 Sq. Ft. a W o o d - b u r n i n g Fireplace • C a r p e t i n g G o u r m e t Kitchen w/ Custom crafted Cabinets • Ceramic Foyer 2-Car A t t a c h e d Garage e First Floor L a u n d r y e Private Basement

ABSOLUTELY gaoua. 2 ranohae wflh 2 fl

Home Cantar J 476-7000 FARMINGTON HILLS RANCH CONDOMINIUMS

-^•OFTITALLS - 9/ W ACTS 120 boMaga by 2BB side A l UFTM** m East M l M d d t o M t souft of 10

HARBOR SPRINGS VICTORIAN

ROCHESTER HILLS ROCHELLE PARK CONOOS CLOSE OUT PHASE I from 806.900 2-3 bodroum ranches end two story

b o n t 2 c a attachad oarage, pabo No and unb premium. B. off Hanbn E at Croaks. Opan 12-6. 7 days 10

iMkm. Mee than 14 yaara i baby krnMhad $66,000

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dtchen. 861.000. Open Houee Sun. 1 - 4pm. Red CerpM Kabn 434-3600

CENTURY 21

RALPH MANUEL 647-7100

OPEN SUN. 1-«. 371 Conoord P1«» (W. of Updyke. 8 of Square Lake). Daxdftg brick w a r updating: kitchen. _ turnaoa. ab. $77,900

NOVI - OPEN SUN. 1-4PM OLD ORCHARD CONOOS 24004 OU Orchard, off TO MBa, W. of Hagoarty Attractive 3 bedroom. 14 beth unb hes oentrM Mr. prhats sntry. M sppMnuss. and Mb baaement Other unit haa 2 b M i i i w * Both oftor quick occupancy and prtoedtowstarting M $00,900

$80 000

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liOVI - $ W J 0 0 under market 1.000 aj-fi oondo. 3 bedrooms. 2 4 bafta.

CONVENIENT LIVING So much to oftor m M a 3 bedroom. T S beth CoOhtry Piece Condo Uvmg room Ik epMca. Country KHehan. beeement, endoeed petto, gersge

BLOOMFIELD HILLS

LAPEER COUNTY-OPEN HOUSE. Sun 1-3. Victor Mn Mrmhouee on IS •oainfl sere* bordsrt on Mftt ftver * M i e lor bar aaa Matamora H I M country $150,800 Cab DMft flpeaoar A Assoc AabtorMaurasntartb-

424-5660

Century 21

Top floor. 2 badroom*. 2 balh*. lots of Mori

BEAUTIFUL HORSE RANCH OMy $ mbes Irom Ann Arbor Qrad1 lop-quskty brick ranch wflh 4 Irooms. 3 batha. 8 slab atabft. work shop A toncad p s l u r s * M saM Offered al $206,000 CaB Deborah Engsftian B71-607U. Eva*. 475-8303

OPEN SUNOAY 1-4 _ $123,800 'SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE , 3 bedroom, I 4 b a

The Prudential

Realtors 591-9200

F A R M I N G T O N HILLS INVERRARY CONDO

CALL JEFF TOTHILL THE MICHIGAN GROUP 606-0261 ar 802-0000

071-7070, Evaa. 807-4* THE CHARLES REINHART 0 0 .

RALPH MANUEL

NorthvHIe Township

Michigan

CLOISTER ON THE LAKES W BJoomhekJ 3 bedroom. 3 bath contamporary and unit Lake Mew. Open Houee Sun. 12-4pm Can Mr. Turner 855-9000 or 832-1632

[ 9 1 7 4 6 2 *2*C,'C"m9'

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Northvllle/Novl Naw Construction

HALL & HUNTER

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LIVONIA - 2 LaKefront Living Endoeed porch, centra t r . Thermo Crysta biue wsisrs a i d s breath of window*, carport. 805.900 $130 o fraah air M wewmg tor you M Blue Choice units sua svMeble tor raaer- mamtenenco lee. w / h e « 471 -3779 H a on Pointe Condominium*, cus1. Spactoue 3 badroom ranch with tom butt one story, two story snd private deck, I M floor laundry. IWeCapa Cods plus wsP-oui l o w a levN E W LISTING pleoo. centra air and 2 car attachad CONTINENTAL REALTY els snd much more Prices Irom Spectacuftr end imlt Townhouse garage NOW a 100.800 Otfice. 4 7 3 - 8 1 0 0 wflh private peho 3 Badrooma 2 H $199,500 b a m * Hardwood floors Updated 2. Larga 1 bedroom. 1H bath freaMy M o d e l . 4 7 4 - 9 8 3 0 kitchen Fsmly room on Iowa MvM pamted unM m lour Oaaaons CJubApptagate Of Novl wtth buM-ms Centra a* Wonderful Quick occupancy snd qusbfy metehouae. poot lenrM. underground FARMINGTON H ^ L S location $100,900 perkmg. laundry m unit sndsiappbNghaghts of /Mut IO NOW 876.500 (Mso 1 yaer wood VMege "PUsss I " rsnch oonmaa. 2 spa2 4 bathe, k * d o * S. of 11 Mbs. W of MtodMbelt beaanent. plush carpeting thru-out. Age reetrtctod units Irom 800.900 644-3500 Complete kitchen sppsancss. cenCALL NOW FOR YOUR Open 12:30-4:30 dsby snd woMt r a Mr detached garage with sscAPPOINTMENT snds. Closed Thursday. NEW WINDSOR RIVERFRONT Dorothy M Harrington 2 bedrooms, garaga. m o r * Greatly tional door, Impeccsbly m e n u reduced to $115,800 Executive grounds budget priced M $99 ! 647-1900 rental 81200/mo 575-5790 Co-op ra Furnished models open t-6 deby NOVI CROSSWINOS 473-0490 Luxury condo. 2 bedrooms, finished basement, pool, tennis court*, miREAL ESTATE crowave. washa/drya. M sppkBattar Homes & Gardens sncee. $02,900 Evenmgs 453-0621 H a r r y S. W o l f e . Canton NOVI - OPEN SUN 1-3pm Lovety REALTORS AFFORDABLE LIVING condo wfth 2 supsrstzed bedrooms, Sharp 2 bOdrpom camag* house m povsls pane. B M i f f I I , $77,900 Red Carpal Kelm/Cerol Mason Inc Independently Owned snd Opaelod Bedford Vfta. ctoee to I-27S Amera344-1800 bes mdude naturM flraptaoa. m-umi laundry, lots of storsgs space. M nances, a t t a c h a d garaga

FARMINGTON HILLS. |uM raduoed) 2 badroom. 2 balh. dining room, ga-

323 Homea

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NeutrM decor Swimming pool. Mrv nM court. Carport Phone s M 3pm 737-2740

M O D E C N O W OPENI

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FARMINGTON SQUARE condon^m

FARMINGTON 1 bedroom. 1 balh. M sppbsnces A furniture E x c i l i n t oondMon Ravin* viae 834.000. AsktorYvonne Tee.en* Scheeroa 453-6000

$68,000 to $84,000

Orsmobc Prtoe Reductlona on theee dasasbis urats m sxcabent location* Owners want losabNOW

BEAimFUL BIRMINGHAM NORTH Condo. Courtyard appft Moaaom vMa. Spartous kitchen, oek oup-

BINGHAM WOOOS

WOULD YOU LIKE?

41 Ranch styto. on* and two badroom uMts. A l appksncas. centra ftr. car-

SUM

IJ76

LORRAINE KORNEGGER

FOUNTAINS 6 FLOWERING trees FARMINGTON HILLS sre .lowed from thM second story Supar Ranch I Greet Location! condo 2 bedrooms. DEN. 14 both*, 8142.500 kitchen buft tor 2. pool. Land conHuga TrMevel. Beautiful Subl tract $74,900 8144.000 Downtown beauty wtth mground Both Opan Sat A Sun '-5pm pool 8184.500 (Adams between 15 A 16 MM) Subtle elegance m tMs hMnop BLOOMFIELD f $108,800 REALTY. INC Sharp c o n d o l Neutral decor! 8119.CXM 647-8080 SOUTHFIELD Beverly H8ft locatloni Bkrra«#iam Schools! 8150.800 Charming private condo 8S3.000 Super Startart Cloae to M $40,800 Now Listing! Beautiful ranch Opan Sat. & Sun, 12-6 $119,900

s from Shopping . M M south of 11 MM*

BLOOMFIELD HILLS CONDOS

2 bedroom. 14 balh condo near 12 Oaks Dasemsnl, Garaga S72.500

ATTRACTIVE Ml brisk and randi. opan Sun. 2-6. 41287 Southwtnd Dr Canton 2 badrooma. complete oocupancy. >240.800 752-3445 kbchen. to* baaamant, private peuo 4 c o u r t y r d , carport, pool; a houee. aakmg 877.750 READY TO MOVE IN 349-3355 The ivrM touch deecrlbee this lovely Homeowners Concept Owner 307-S brand noa 3 badroom Cape Cod on over 7% acra* wfth large 2 story to Oakland Qutb a m Fua baaaniaH. tansy room with flrapftoo and 2Vt car atlachad 4 deck 1*27 I S o ®r*n
WARE-PIDDINQTON • 827-2848

Pendleton Club Senior Condos

BLOOMFIELD HK.LS ImmacMaM 2 bedroom. 2 bath, haa M new braaa fixture*, bands 6 carpet Plenty ot storage, great location to pool A d u b houae. Prime oondo for 872.800 or beat often Caw to seel 333-0781

ANXIOUS

Maple 4 'ads RoM

BETTER THAN RENTING

FARMINGTON HILLS

The

FARMINGTON WOODS!

411 Lbbbntba. S o I f B t M i t f t I R d , W of UsMn Lake R d , < ' s A rentes ALL BUMMER OtJOY ALL BPORTS CEDAR MLAMO LAI tytorakeb

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•m

A GREAT BUY CITY OF BLOOMFIELD HILLS HUNT CLUB MANOR $121,500 OPEN SUNDAY 1-4 1791 Hunttngwood Laos

with woodbuming stove ft bvlng room, above ground pool wbh deck, and all a p p l i a n c e s included S38.900 047-7100.

SAVE THOUSANDS O H > match For-Sste-By-CNww

kathy rockefeller

atwooo. 862-8073

NEW LISTING COZY RANCH, on pretty corner lot.

SB*, flrspMta.

ADAMS WOOOS

cony. Ilssisr bedroom wtth bath snd 3 spacious clossta. H-41150

Large endoeed deck/welber

OPEN SUN. 2-6PM. SY OWNER. Troy Sylvan Gftn Sub. 2300 aj.fi. brick Cotonftt 4 bedroom. 2 4 baft. OPEN HOUSE SUN , 1-4PM aMMn i i a f t f t g dftlanua to achocss. 2 badroom brick ranch, dming 8172.000 •ML 8211.000 room, WnMhad Baaaman. air A Conoapt 34 dack. fttmacuftft. $01,800 Aak tor OPEN SUN. 2-6 O w n a 437-2444 1706 Waftng K/LongLaks Three b a f t u u o m brlok ranoh. lamby PLEASAKT RIOGE-2400 SQ. n. 2 Bat room wNh BrapMoo. Large tot deck I brick Tudor, dftlng room. DraokftM and moral Reducodl $128^00. H M t flrapMoa. deck, psfto. garage, xlshop. $122^)00. 541-1876 WWE 0URBPIftc.REALTORS 626-3000 tacfied gsrag* pfca 40 x 2 | By Ornm. a bod•Nad Baraga. M lor car b 14 I • • « $140,000. CaOJaan al ! 101 8 . c< Third, W. of I top 3 badroom ranoh. ROYAL OAK N.- 3 Badroom ranch. rtr . new cart i wbh dack and pool $104,000. 549-6120 Huron r l v a Aakmg CALL NANCY SCHICK ROYAL O A K Open Sun 2-4pm 3 1 4 bath brie Realty World RALPH MANUEL Ishad roc room. 2 4 v oaraoa EXCELLENCE goiters. 2 many MpdMaa. 806.000 681-5181 I a q . l t ranch oni bluff overROYAL OAK- 2 badrooma. BnMhad - PraeOgtoue M b . 3100 12 M B b * 11000 a g * . aaftcm baoe- QoH Course. 4 badroom. 2 M8 b a f t . .$02,500. Capa Cod. 4 bed4 bafte. 2.000 aq. R. deck. 2 Mace*. Completely remodeled M roam and lamby room Day* VMJ-m aid. •aOOOor e v e * 666-03^4 310 W b t o m - C o m m a r c a 8 » « t a w price. $320.000. 8*4-1140 ..CHESTER MLLS. cuatom buft 3 bedroom brtck ranoh. T* om a+ rag*. 3 4 balh*, flnlahad beeem $10,500. D ^ a 500-6777 Evaa. 626-7875

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OPEN 1-4PM. 20137 Sroltonwoods S. of 11 Mho. W. ct John R IMMACULATE BUNGALOW WITH SOUTH LYON - 1000 a q , f t ranch COUNTRY CHARM. ToUOy redecoon ft acra l o t 4 bedroome. 3H rated Ml brtck, naw lumaoo. hot as-

COMMERCE TOWNSHIP 1 .MO sq. I t caps cod. 3 I W W * . IrMMi.

Country bring ctoee lo city convarnancaa. Contamporary 3 bedroom ottered M S120.800. Opan Sat . 12-3 6 Sun.. 1-4. N. ot Silver Be*. E of M-24. For more Information cab: JUDY JONES

FOR Light

•525-4413

baasmant. 2 car garaga. + extras Opan SM 1-4PM. Sun 1-SPM or by appointmant 1141 Oftnpomte C t SyOaner Prtoe reduced 852-1010

» bat a p t , 2 4 car garag* « M abaol supar often. S130.000 Aak 10706 C.I PARTRCOE A ASSOC... INC. 083-7770

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400 Apta. For Rent HOTEL/fWSTAtmANT Pramium Oakland Coiatty »ca<>or M guaM rooma, 100 aaM raatauraM

400 Apte. For Rant 400 Apts. For Want 400 Apte. For R u t 0ETROIT- Grayton Park J^ta. 1 4 2 CANTON ii Mtada Bedford Square Apta. $31-1402 Boulder Park NOW TAWNO APPLICATIONS FOR Bgacwu^U2Jtadr

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ASK FOR

Barry Elterholz

N^CMRMRWALTV

REAL ESTATE ONE 274-8911

BIRMINGHAM

ICC CREAM 4 UGMT LUNCH buataaaa. EaiabBahad M yaar* ago 160 000 ndudaa awe*. Oomntomn Lapaar 664-0M1

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PIZZA SUB SHOP - U»onM Buay Plymouth Rd. locMlon H0T006 down CaB BM. pa«rm » 42S-3B61. Altar 4«m. 72B-36B0

Call Jonnle Gurski ThaPnjdanBM • 3 * 4 4 0 0 or u a - u c s

SIX TONING labMa 4 2 taming

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112.000 37SJ441

or 671-6414

TROY CLOSED RESTAURANT 130 *aat* tuBy aquippad. For rant C M Mr FMk 855-8300

morlqaoaa oat $SS REALTY 478-76

$60,000 • S300.000 + par yaar ta a Sanoua i n q u i ' i M I and Evaa 624-OB42

MO AAA VDEO STORE For Sato. prima ar**. u M o j * • graat a*moar»pnic» Sacriflca i 141.000. Aak tor OMoraa lOam-IOpm 535-1055 A U I M FRANCHISE

4800.000 tuorty H you have Oia couraga to can. it could maka you rich. 24 nr. 746-9695

381 Monty To Loan - Borrow ALL HOMEOWNERS

AUTO SERVICE CENTER ovar 30 yaar* ago <200.000 poaaaatoayaar NaMon 4 York, tat RaaBor*.

$ Speedy Cash $

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3240.000

M 3320.000. C M Kan. 24 houra 524-0462 Aftar 4pm. 364-6405

382 Real Eatata Wantad AAA INVEST CORPORATION 43130 Uttca RO a t y a n Dyka Why a M L a n d Contract at dtacount? For a battar Ktaa CM 939-1200

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Century 21

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NOW LEASING THE 555

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i APARTMENTS

ta haan of t o r . NaMy ramodatad

HAM SALON FOR SALE

map Liaai • Cantrai M 1 Badroom - From $660

Day*. 476-4122 avaa 47

1 MONTH S FRET RENT BEFORE MAY 10TH -776$ awAeeefcendB 646-6736 BIRMINGHAM 10 dMrtcL 2 ad. aB

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BIRMINGHAM

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Unoom Houaa Apts. NEAR DOWNTOWN

T>SNIISSNOJ?B jSsr-r.' you-1

645-2999 1 MONTH FREE

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THE COUNTRIES M T TOUGART

BIRMMGHAM - t badroom or 1 )m M t h dan. Cloaa l o town. MMly Haat 4 hot tndudad $590 - $695 par C M Mlka 64B-1649 Or 643-0750 BIRMINGHAM - 2 badroom. 1 bath. •Mng room, dining room, baaamant, aaparaM fumaoa Locatad at 1226 Bad. Laaaa: $625 644-7642

Bloomfield Area BloomfleWOrcherd Apts. Bpadoua 1-2 badroom apartmanta fromJ 4 2 6 ; n d u d a a haaL gaa 4 watar Bilr.aa tadudad. Pool + laundry facawaa 4 mora. Snort farm, turntahad units avaBabta. O p a n 7 daya

1 4 2 Badroom Apartmanta From $485 w t t h carport V art leal Bkoda Throughout OUM Soundproof Corwtructlon Waat to Shopping

Bloomfield Twp.

Crystal Lake Apts. 1 4 5 Badroom naar oonatfucbon. kntury apaiUiiaiiU. Each M t h H mBa E of TaMgraph. fuat S of Orchard Laka Rd. on doff Drtva

For your convantanoa now opan Mon.thru Frt.. 10 to 6. Sat . 11 to 3

HEATHMOORE APTS. 981-6994 CHERRY

NEAR DOWNTOWN FARMINGTON

Very large 1 bedroom unit with patio - $485

474-7640

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AN ACRE IN UVONIA - This beautiful home has everything! Beauty elegance, charm, character, wooded tranquility - what a wonderful feeling) $163,900 261-0700

MAINTENANCE-FREE BRICK Newer windows throughout. living room. 3 bedrooms, large kitchen with stove and refrigerator, finished basement with fireplace, newer furnace, central air. 1Vi car garage. $55,900 261-0700

LIVONIA

YMOUTH ELEGANT COLONIAL IN WOOOLORE - 4 bedrooms. 2Vi baths, family room/fireplace, central air. Wood floor in family room and den. Neutral decor. Home on private cul-de-sac. Home protection plan offered. $209,900 455-7000

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NEAT UVONIA RANCH - Sharp as springtime! Three bedroom ranch on tree-lined street. Large kitchen, finished basement wtth fireplace and Vi bath. 2 car garage. ail on pretty lot. $74,900 261-0700

GREAT BUY NORTH OF I-96 - Three bedrooms. 1 Vi baths, hardwood floors, basement and 2V4 car garage. Newer vinyl windows, furnace, awnings, gutters and doorwall to covered patio. Sprinkler system. $98,900 261-0700

INKSTER

INVESTORS DREAM - Three bedroom brick ranch, with 1 car garage. Purchaser to assume all repeirs. $39,900 326-2000

CANTON SPLENDID VIEW, SPLENDID VALUE - 4 bedroom. 2V* bath colonial. Circular drive, stove, microwave, dishwasher. disposal, central air. 1st floor laundry plus large family room with ceiling fan and fireplace. $144,900 455-7000

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OPEN DOOR TO VALUE - 3 Bedroom brick ranch, 2 full baths, full basement. 2V5 car garage, country kitchen on nice lot $69,900 326-2000



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SUPER SPECIAL - Pride of ownership in this 3 bedroom brick bungalow. 300 ft. deep park-like lot. Large living room, newer kitchen. family room, basement, garage. In-ground pool in private backyard., A good buy. $68,900 261-0700

EXECUTIVE CONDOMINIUM - Luxurious 3000 sq. ft., two level unit. Great room, 2 fireplaces, 3 full baths, 3 bedrooms, sauna. Lower level walkout patio overlooks pool. 2 car garage. $214,900 261-0700

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WONDERFULLY UPDATED COLONIAL - 4 bedrooms. 1 Vi baths. 1st floor laundry, central air and formal dining room. Family room/fireplace, glass doors and gas hook-up. Newer roof, windows and hot water heater. $119,900 455-7000

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IMMACULATE COLONIAL - Freshly painted, Irving room has newer carpeting, „kitchen has no-wax floor ntce,y dSLSJd tfcuSv?' attached 2 car B^age$104,900 261-0700

immaculate 3 bedroom. 1V* bath quad offers large _ family room wtth fireplace. Open — spaces a ^ neutral decor make for a decorator's dreanrGREAT HOME! $101,000 455-7000

WESTLAND

GREAT FAMILY HOME - 3 bedroom tri-levei. nice area, brick and aluminum, bath and one half. Appliances can stay. Bar-b-que in back, two car garage. $62,000 326-2000

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CAPE COD - Charming Immaculate home. Living room with natural fireplace, family room with wood stove. Newer bath and kitchen. 2 bedrooms, 2 car attached garage. Perfect for a young couple. $84,900 455-7000

ABSOLUTE MOVE-IN CONDITION - Condo with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, new carpet electric stove refrioerator. dishwasher. Balcony overlooks wooded a £ T E cellent location, immediate occupancy $53,500 477-1111

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CIRCLE THIS ONE - Move-In condition 2 bedroom townhouee condo. Lake access, new thermal windows, disposal and hot water tank. Partially finished basement central air. Located In Highland Lakes complex. $84,900 261-0700

2Va ACRES - Large, immaculate home wtth 4 bedrooms. 2V4 baths, 3V» car garage. 18x24 deck. New neutral floor coverings. Unique floor plan with 1st floor master suite, could be used aa In-law quarters. $177,900 455-7000

IOUTH CUSTOM 3 YEAR OLD RANCH - 3 bedroom, 2V* batha, vaulted ceHinga. wood-floor in great room and formal dining room, ceramic foyer and kitchen. Walkout lower level and 3 car attached garage. $279,900 455-7000

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RANCH WITH PARK-UKE SETTING - Move-In condition, lota of updates in this gorgeous ranch home wtth two batha in northwest Uvonia. Finished basement $119,900 477-1111

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AFFORDABIUTY IN NORTHWEST UVONIA - This 3 bedroom ranch has a large kitchen, formal dining room, large private lot fireplace, and in an area of beautiful homes. You must see! $82,500 261-0700

SMART INVESTMENT - Your own condo, tax advantagee, bufld equity, perfect for single, fresh paint new neutral carpet, mini blinds, stove, refrigerator, waahar, dryer, possible land contract $39,900 465-7000

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NORTH CANTON CONDO - Immaculate two bedroom, 1 bath with attached garaga. Neutral decor. Oak cabinets In kitchen. Large laundry and utility room In unit $67,500 455-7000

CHARMING HOME ON LARGE LOT - Three bedrooms. remodeled kitchen, attached garage with large workshop. Potential to add on. Florida room can be converted to a fourth bedroom or an office. $79,500 477-1111 IE

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COVENTRY GARDEN8 - Great value In this nicety maintained 4 bedroom quad level. Formal dining room, family room with fireplace, attached 2 car garage. Professionally landscaped lot sets off this lovely home $134,900 261-0700

RIDGEWOOO COLONIAL - Traditional WUNamaburg elevation. 4 badrooma, 2Vi batha. 1st floor laundry and den. Walkout lower level. 2 tiered deck overlooks commons. Sprinkler system and central air. $239,900 466-7000

WESTLAND A VIEW FROM THE TOP - This Uvonia schools home haa a larga country kitchen, living room and family room. Huga maalar bedroom, offers doorwafl to balcony. The open staircaee creetee sharp floor plan. $•4,900 326-2000

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LYON TOWNSHII PEACEFUL COUNTRY ESTATE - Sprawling, custom ranch located on over 6 acres. + 2 stafl horse bwn. Separate, yet attached 900 aq. f t apartment. 4 car garage. fcjfl baaement AJ thie and morel 3268,000 346-6430

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536-6637

UBey Rd (u« S of Ann Arbor Rd

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• Furnished Execuuve Rentals • Private entrances. • S w i m m i n g Pool w i t h soa & tennis courts.

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VALUE IN FARMINGTON HILLS

• Utility room with washer/dryer

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PLYMOUTH MANOR A PLYMOUTH HOUSE APTS.

REDFORD AREA FenkeM - 23230

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Peay B-7 • Set ft Sun 12-4 PLYMOUTH - DOWNTOWN 1 badroom Newly redecoreled AvMattfe May t mdudea uumtee ft use washer ft dryer $4»5/mo Deys 428-4418. Evee 458-2502

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NEW ENGLAND PLACE UapM Rd . CMeson 2 bedroom, heel and weMr included 1.000 i & It 435-5430

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NORTHVILLE OREEN On Randolph at 6 MBa. H MBa W of Shwoon Rd W a * to < t o « m W » N o n m a a s p a c m a t or 2 bedroom ««th balcony porch overlooking run-

included. Pool. 277-0983

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KENSINGTON PARK

437-6794 Sutton Place

FROM $785 - HEAT INCLUOEO Luxurious 1402-1761 aq. ft., towrvsa leeturing. Central air oowtSFull Size fuay eqmpoed kitchen with ' pantry and eating araa. maalar bedWasher 8 Dryers 2V* In your apartment -much moral On Mt Vemon Btvd t FREE HEAT (BH M i a Rd.) SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT Juat W of Southfield FREE GARAGES 4 COVERED CARPORTS 569-3522

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From $466 m o n t h * VILLAGE APTS Open Mon - Fn . ftem-Spm and by appo.ni.ment 362-0245

Free, personal eervice. Preview apartments f r o m the comfort of our office.

TROY - TOWNE APTS. Big Beever 8 Crooks srea

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NOV' 348-0540 Acroaa Irom 12 Oaks Ma* ANN AABOfl 677-3710 2S77 Cerpemar

Call: 6 4 3 - 9 1 0 9

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SPRING VALUE

FROM $495. LARGEST. DELUXE A P A R T M E N T S IN T R O Y I 4 2 BEDROOM APTS FOR LESS • 1% Baths m 2 Bed Unit • FREE M B.O 4 Carport • Naw Vertical Bands • Waahar-dryer/some units • 24 Hr Maintenance • Great Storage apace • Large wak-ln cloeet* • Balconies. Deluxe Carpeting • Individual Cantrai Air/Heel • Oekixe AppHencea including dishwasher 4 dispose!

WESTLANO/Norwayne 2 badroom y e s r s plua 1 month security. 2116 Emerson Owner/Manager 8657736 WESTLANO One bedroom vtBa al weaher. dryer hookup WESTLANO SHOPPING CENTER Area - 1 4 2 badioom apartments. $495-4570 including heal No pets Pleaee ca* 261-4830 or 646-7500 Westland

SPECIAL ON SECURITY DEPOSIT $200 Limited time WESTLAND AREA SPACIOUS

2 BEDROOM SPECIAL FROM $549 Short or Long Term "Leases Sr Citizens Welcomed)

SUNNYMEDE APTS. 561 KIRTS I I blk S of Big Beaver, between Lrvemols 4 Crooks)

362-0290

1 4 2 bedroom apts Carpet, patio, air. d u b houae Pats aBowad. p o d FREE HEAT 4 HOT WATER 1 BEDROOM $445 2 BEDROOM - $495

BLUE GARDEN APTS.

Waetland's Finest Apartments Cherry HM Naar Merriman Oaily 11am-6pm. - Sal 10am-2pm 729-2242

3 Bedroom Townhouse

FROM $875 HEAT INCLUOEO

Rochester Villas On Rochester Rd.. N. of Square Lake Road Opan Mon thru Sat. Sam-Spm

6 1 1 2 bedrooms faome wtth Orepiacesi e Pool. T a m a Courta. a u b Houae. Central Air. DiaNeaahai. OMpoeal. Laundry FadBUea BeeutWdty Landacapad

WALLED LK.- EHIdancy. $325 mgas. Laka J T S '

A Yortt Property Community

$200 Deposit

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WESTLAND PARK APARTMENTS Across from City Perk

(Cherry H«) (between MiddMbeft 4 Mar riman)

18 2 bedrooms, 1Vi beths Pool. Vertical Blinds Secured Locked Hallways HEAT INCLUOEO Monthly or Laaaa

WESTLANO - Vanoy/Paamar. 2 badroom apailmaiil SaOO/month mduees heat A water Leeve n aaga. 326-27T0

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STERLING HEIGHTS. 826-9601 SOUTHFIELO, 355-4330

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wadt-out beeemenl. large mepie 4 pine trees lomaao gerden. quiet neighborhood, paved road. $1100 BEVERLY HILLS - Very lerge brick ranch. 3 badrooma. 2 batha. lamay room, »apiece 2% car garage Sherp $6SO/MO 566-6286

402 Furnished Apts. For Rant

BIRMINGHAM 4 ALL CITIES

ABBINGTON LAKE

Relocating 7 Temporary Aadgrvment? We have corporate apartmanta lor short term iaeaa Fudy fur

H O M E S FOR RENT SEE 100 S WHERE TENANTS A LANDLORDS SHARE LISTINGS • 642-1620 FREE CATALOGUE 884 So Adams. Blrmingliam, Ml

ties, television, starao and microwave. From SSS5. Convement-

BIRMINGHAM - Architecture*?
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BIRMINGHAM/BEVERLY HILLS - 2

APARTMENTS MONTHLY LEASES 17 PRIME LOCATIONS Furniahed with hot c o l o r T V A m o r a UtabeeIndudad FROM $38 A DAY 1J. A 3 badioom apis LkaiiaKJiad Personal Service Evening Appts Avadeble

Executive Living Suites 474-9770

1-800-582-9788

A.E., M.C.. Visa Accepted BEST W BLOOMFIELD LOCATION Lusurioua 1 A 2 bedroome. Fttfy hjrniehed. garaga. fromSe90 As seen In A p t GuKta 826-1506 590-3906

Birmingham Downtown MONTHLY LEASES FULLY FURNISHED

Starts At $32.50/Day UTILFTIES INCLUDED 851-4157

per month

540-6268

BIRMINGHAM BUNGALOW - 3 badrooma. 2 bath, garaga wtth braara way. 1 yaar leeee $1,300 per month y 1. Slavs 646-8067 BIRMINGHAM - Cnermmg 2 bedroom. 1 bath, hardwood Moors, flaspiace. lerge eatatg aree In kJtchen, large mestar bedroom. Baaement, fenced yard, garage $775 645-1239 BIRMINGHAM Charmmg Cape^ BCod > d In W popular neighborfiood 2 M i batha. 3-4 badrac' room. 2 car garage No pets $1400/mo FranmaWoodruR 844-6700 MAX BROOCK. INC . REALTORS BIRMINGHAM Contemporary 3 badroom ranch, wooded, drapkaca. « K 3 & BIRMINGHAM- Country 8vlng ad|aAvaaabto now Aa-

BIRMINGHAM Executive Apts. > Short la $36/day mdudbtg i • Fu«y hrmshed

$200 Move-in Rebate

WESTLANO WOOOS ARTS H i and

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ROIT ImmadMa occupancy 3 SOUTHFIELO 2-3 Bedroom homa. bedooma, 2-etory home. BuM In gaa. yard aarvtoe. cabM indudad 10 Mde- Lahaer 356-8737 month ptua $375 security 478-1019 442-9157 SOUTHFIELD 3 bedroome. 1 bath garaga. no pela. 12 A Southfield FRANKLIN - 4 bedroom older I $660/mo + Security 4 nelerencea large lot. 27231 W 14 Ma. Days 566-5511. 6( $1200 per month 569-0476 or 681-7661 SOUTHFIELD - 3 bedroom 2 cer GARDEN CITY 2 bedroom, newty aaraga SouthHald/Lethrup Schools 26319 Everett S of 12. W of M mo 356-4876 occupency $625/mo. TROY - new 3 bedroom ranch. 2 car IVt security No PaM 464-72S4 appliances. larga kitchen, GARDEN CITY • 2 bedroom ranch •800/mo 362-3984 2'A cer gerage. fenced yard, m a ( M M occupancy. $550 mo TAOY- 3 Caa Bob, days 525-7900 Long Lake 4 John R F u l Baa am am. GARDEN CITY 2 bedroom newty 2 car attached garaga 2% batha. aspsrle d M n g room. lamBy room, weeher/dryar Gerage Immediate fir apiece, central ak For only $850 546-6000 occupency $62S/mo • uiatiea. * V t aacurtty No Petal 464-7264 TAOY - 3 b e d o c c ranch with 2 car I garage IVt bath Naw GROSSE ISLE - Waterfront - 2945 sq f t . 3/4 badroom colonial master Home John R / S Blvd. Yearly $1050 mo Ask lor D a m e K Bedroom 20 x 14, Jecuzs tub. 2 firaEves 792-6529 places, tsmay room. *istom krtdv Days 77S-7600 an, f ranch doors S1 BOO/mo TROY - 4 bedroom Colonial aa. D 4 H PROPERTIES 737-4003 k u n m t a a i occupancy $1400 540^6908 HAMBURG. 3 bedroom. garage, par mo Cal after 8pm QaaaiTiant. famay roo m Kids and UNION LAKE/WaBad Laka Schools pets okay CaB 1273-0223 Lovely 3 bedroom. 2 story home 1H beth. KWtg room. dmmg. kitchen w/ » U M t 5 L» I He WtfcA PLYMOUTH - Unique 3 bedroom eetatg area FamBy room w/ttrecolonial. 2 * baths. 2500 sq ft fami7 car garaga. large lot. Parted tor ly. kvng 4 dMng rooma. flniahad beeement. central aa $ fenced yard. raaponaltiia famay Mth cltBdren 6 Separate mother -m laws quertera. good credit redng/reaerencee 663-3166 additional badroom. bathroom, $975 mo kitchen 4 Irving room $1200 month WALLED LAKE - 1564 S Commerce Ad 2 berooma. approslmaMy 950 PLYMOUTH - Roomy 3 badroom sq I t . updated kBdian. earthtorie ranch, haa 1100 aq ft. M t c a d yard. colors thru out. 2'-* cer garage. M g a baaament. kltdien appakeck, large KM $700 MaadcwaianCtoee to downtown. $800 gamant Bruoa Uayd VALLEO

m $375

REDFORD - Nioa 4 bedroom. 1H bam bnck ranch, 1.200 aq.lt . tWv 2* t

HARRIMAN REAL ESTATE

INKSTER - 3 bedooma. sided. M . I M car garaga. newly pawned 8 decaacurtty A Utamea Cal Bob 261-S130 KEEGO HARBOR 2 badroom homa. carpeting, stove, refrigerator Clean Lake Prtraagea W BtoomM i d achoda $5S0/mo. 851-4294 LAKE ORION - Prima MkeSront. doubte M w/aandy bottom, Bracteen Year laaaa. Opan Bat May 5. 10am-2pm 219 Osas i ua 433-3809 UVONU - Lovely 2 Badroom homa. '*l-'OBrator, room No garaga 18867 Peering 7 M M bareaan MtodMMM A M i •sar $525. 477-3975

porary home. 2 bedroom, here Boors, mground p o d Start executive laaaa. Minimum 60 daya. $1150 mprrth April 15 occupancy 268-9661. • 540-2241

UVONU (NW) 3 bedroom. Maeoentisi mr. Mtcad, huge ZH cm garage. $1,000 MO, 1 No peta """

1100 N O R T H A D A M S BIRMINGHAM

645-0420 BIRMINGHAM

ageef Ctoaa to Bamantary School. »hopc»r>s 3 badrooma. 1 bath fenced yard. No peta SBOO/mo FRANME WOOOAUFF 644-6700 MAX BROOCK. INC . REALTOA8

•nana. Extendable 30 day

rooma. $1716. A l with cantrai air A 977-2612. 644-1576

From $980 889-8482

BfRtaNGHAM - LEASE OR SALE. 935 Stantay. 3 badrooma. 1H bethe. eat In kltchan. dMng. aamMMahec beeement Cad owner 644-3147

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NORTHVILLE - Abbey KitcM - 1867 execaAfve 3000 sq. f t 4 bedroom

Tiadisis occxtrpancy IVk.nto. aaa»«y $2100/mo 1-2 veer lei

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$600/MO 12*1 Humphrey TERRY MCKMNON RE/MAX EXECUTIVE 737

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THE TOWNHOUSE SPGOAUST 352-3800

AUBURN MLLS • 2 I $475 00

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7pm

KATHY WILSON 644-6700 MAX BROOCK. INC.. REALTORS

BIRMINGHAM Luxury 2 Md

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383-3167 or

484-1)45

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277-7777

516-973-9780

1 bedroom from $420

pool. No pets. 721-8488

Townhouse. 2 bed-

FARMINGTON HILLS - 1 badroom Upper, new carpeting, garage park13 MBa/Orchard Lake Rd. •51-7678

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room ranch 2 Mncea f r t M peta. $765 mi

MICHIGAN'S FINEST FURNISHED APTS. furnishings,

ROYAL OAK

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Snyder. Kinney & Bennett/Rochester 651-6660

immediate occupancy

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AOCHESTBt DOWNTOWN 2 b araa wtth custom dsck, s t u d i e d garage 4 more S6S0/mo

WAYNE - 1 bedroom custom Firepiece. privacy deck, 1% month's security $450/mo - utatttee (Merrtman/AmapoBa) 721-7938

421-7714

bM foyer. SC400/mo D A H PROPERTIES

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588-3571 PLYMOUTH Clean 2 I ar mdudmg atove 4 refrigerator $650 per month including m u t * nee No pets Alter 7pm 348-2006

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862-6296

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shad. No paia $ 4 0 0 - utMMa. SSo' security 882-7067

weeher/dryer $800 .646-7061

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central aa. apgBanoa> MB baaamem. private yard He Pate $640/ mo AvaBaBM May 1 8*1-5816

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BIRMINGHAM, dc/widown 2 bed' Dinner Optional 'Cable TV. •241 • Carport

Call: 729-6520

328-8270

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647-1898

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TROY. 588-1800

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729-6636

ROY AL OAK

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401 Furniture Rental FURNITURE FOR YOUR 3 Room Apartment For $119 Month

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261-7394

WAYNE. . 4 refrigerator, ak new carpal 4 paint, SS46/month, plua security dapoelt. « • 16 S. Wayna Rd 728-2042

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737-4510

V E N O Y PINES APTS.

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We're making T h e Crossings a better place to live and a % better value. YxiU feel it in the new hallways and newly refurbished clubhouse, foul I see it in the plush landscaping when you enter the grounds. And that's just the ^ beginning. It's the new took and feel of T h e Qossit^pfat Canton—and it's for you. g| The Crossings at Canton offers 19 different floorplans with 1 to 4 bedrooms. And whether you choose a 2-level tqpmhome or a luxury apartment, the renewed this charming rental community shines through onethe result of our recent^Capical Improveapartments and are the largest iff the area, yet are still incredibly affordable.



I pool, anwclea room avaa 356-0400

968-001.1 Equal Housing Opportunity

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D e n s &. Fireplaces

$525 M O V E S Y O U IN

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358-4954

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5 5 7 - 0 8 1 0

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Experience luxury apartm e n t l i v i n g at its f i n e s t Tastefully designed, conveniently located, securely prot e c t e d . . . t h i s is F o u n t a i n P a r k N o v i . Y o u ' l l b e p r o u d t o c a l l it your home.

557-6460

TOWERS

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SOUTHFIELD 12 M i l e & N o r t h w e s t e r n

•SOUTHFIELD

Conveniently near: • restaurants •shops • theaters • sporting events • major highways •downtown Birmingham • Somerset Mail

Ask about our 2 bath special RENT FROM $575 SECURITY DEPOSIT $150

356-0400

Charming apartment with a neighborhood laaiktg needs you We have HI amenRMe of home - moudrng shopping and trartaportetion within • O r i g distance Come and stay wfth us ... ~ GreenfteM Road 1 Block N o ( 1 l MMa „ Office open daily , Sat 4 Sun

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1-800-777-5516

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353-5835

1 Bedroom Apartment

SOUTHFIELD 354-8040 29286 Northwestern Hwy

TOWN 8 COUNTRY APTS Specious atudne and one badrooma. aiiciaaent looaOon Heal 6 sppaancaa metw dow treatments ona A * tree ram lo only Mon thru Frl. 12 noon t e Spm. Set • ta 1. doaad on Wad 18615 Telegraph. 256-1829

PARKCREST

SOUTHF1ELO Sub-Let 2 bedrooms. 12 MHe/Telegraph. $560/mo mdudea heel Cuatom drapes Security dapoelt 356-4266. or 4 78-5557

TROY 660-0090 3726 Rochester Rd

400 Apts. For Ront

Bayberry Place

SOUTHFIELD - Sublet (6 mo leesel. 2 bedrooms, heat 4 water included, carport $575 per month $300 security depoait 661 -3326

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CLINTON TWP 791-6444 36670 Garheld

STEALING HEIGHTS 14 IWa. E 0i van ' L, no peta. no c i e a n t a l •39-S192

SOUTHFIELD - S u e LET Naw attractive great location. 1 bedroom Conventencee and eatras galore Rent negotiable CaN 661-8063

Free, p e r s o n a l service. P r e v i e w apartments from the c o m f o r t of o u r office.

FROM $667 PER MO. Gas Heat 4 Water included

SOUTHFIELD

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355-1069 SOUTHBELD SENIOR LIVING AT ITS BEST Elegant 1000 lo 1200 sq It of luxury t 4 2 bedrooms Wa»-W ctoaata. elevators covered parking, attended oatahouee swimming pool cabena 4 social dfcacior

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SOUTHFIELD FRANKLIN POINTE TOWNHOUSES We ara now taking applications 'or spring 4 summer occupancy Stop m to see our apaoous Moor plans A l Townhouaee include plush carpeting. vertical bands, kltchan appAancas. central air. private patio 4 parking by yoor door •2 bedroom/2 bath. 12S1 sq.tt •3 bedroom/2 bath, 1537 aq rt •3 bedroom/2'* bath 1512aq f t i

ROYAL OAK-13 Mike i CooMdge 1 lad $390/

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Stoneybrooke

$300 Oil First Month s Rent

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APARTMENTS

A P A R T M E N T S

278-8319

400 Apts. For Rent ONE BEDROOM SPECIAL $450 • Intrusion Alarm •Free Heet • Wafc-in Closet WELLINGTON PLACE LAHSER near 8% MILE

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SOUTHFIELD • Larga 1 badroom $540 . Wato-m Cloeet • Frea heal • Covered Parting • Laundry Each Floor . I 4 2 Yr Leases TWYCKINGHAM VALLEY 12 M I L E & L A H S E R

15001 BRA MOT.

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754-1100

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PLYMOUTH - 2 badroom 2 bath condo 1695 par month CALL RAY LEE Tha Michigan Group 591-9200 SOUTHFIELD 6 AUBURN HILLS l t 2 badroom apartmanta CornShort larm laaaa 739-7743 SOUTHFIELD. 1 badroom located at Balmoral Condo. 1500 Adami Landing, 2 badroom condo at Loon Laka #W0 Ralph Manud Rental 645-0020

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2-3 bedroom. 2'4 iplisrvM gaa 1 water Indudad Both 1735 par mo. Cal 356-6644

BIRMINGHAM-2 bedroom. 1 bath townhouee. f u l beeemant, carport, TROY-2 badroom. 2-4 bath, breakhardwood doors down, n t n CM pat fast nook, patio, appkanoaa. AnW o« Adama. N ahad baaamant. walk-m cloaats. 626-6764 M l M . IL M N minimum 6 m o t p o d No pats 1625/mo •775 647-2553 '5 Evaa o n * . TROY - 3 bedroom. 2'4 bath, gaB L O O M F I E L D / A U B U R N HILLS raga. Araptaca. a l appkanoaa. dan. Araa. 2 badroom. compldaty tur- famay room, pod, tannla courts. 641-6739 nlahed, uteneas t Mnana Waahar/ 11150 par mo Dryar. Short larm laaaa. 1800/mo UNION LAKE - 2 badrooma, ImmediaM occupency Daya. 879-1204 bath, petto, prtvata entrance, baaamant 6 attachad garaga 1700/mo. 966-4106 BLOOMFIELD: Condo on Squara 360-1639 or Laka- Lakelront. 2 badrooma. 2 batha. laundry, wdkout. 1995 mo W. BLOOMFIELD Ca* evea t weekends. 332-6110 BLOOMFIELD HILLS SCHOOLS. 3 Badroom townhouee. 3 bath, weMout Araahed baaamant. 2 car OMage 626-3820 BLOOMFIELD HILLS- FuBy turNehed 1 yr oM condo m Tha Haatharf 11950 / m o can R. Hoicomb d Ramax .646-5000 BLOOMFIELD - 2 bedroom. 2 bath. tMoe BeeuPfui Condo with fireplace 1700 month. mcludee appkanoaa/ washd/dryer/heat/weter 476-3153

2500 sq. ft. • 3 bedrooms • 2% bath* • Graat room • Ooubla car garaga

FARMINGTON. Brook data Condoa. Call 661-0771 1 badroom. dubhouaa. indoor pool, baaemsnt storage. waahar. dryar. W BLOOMFIELD- 3 bedroom. 2 * . rrncowana adult community, no bath oondo. 2400 sq n Attached pata. 1450 Indudaa haat 229-1951 2 -1 car garaga. nmahed baaament 11500/mo 932-4066 356-6020 FARMINGTON - Furnlahad 1 badroom Condo Oubhouee 6 Indoor pool. tSSO indudaa 414 Southern Rental* laaaa 471l£Z DfSNEY/EPCOT - Luxury 2 and 3 FARMINGTON HILLS - 1 badroom bedroom. 2 bath condo. waahar, oondo. walk-out patio to pool dryar, microwave, p o d . Iacuzzl. ten, atr conditioning. tennis. nis courts 1495 and 4525 Week 1550 No peta 462-1990 Days. 474-5150: Eves 478-9776 FARMINGTON HILLS 1? M»»/Orchard Laka. 1 badroom. pool, carport. tannla. appliances. Mr. carpal, quid 1495/mo 553-3407

DISNEY/ORLANOO Condo. 2 bedroom. 2 bath. p o d . spa Ideal lor nawtyweds. famines 1 couples 1450/wk 545-2114 or 626-5994

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tto. pod. tartma. Good location curtty/relerenoee. No peta 464-4579 FARMINGTON HILLS - Orchard Laka 1 12 MMa araa 1 badroom oondo with balcony. Carport, pod. 1550 par month C a l 266-56*9 FARMINGTON HILLS - attractive 3 2 batha. tormal dmmg pccupancy. 1650 Cat Brycj^Uoyd FARMINGTON HILLS-Dduxe 3 badroom townhouee, 2'4 bath Cantrai ak. carpat. Mind*. gMage Data merit appiiancee. waahar/dryar. pool, w m jum m. suw/mo; 664-1646 LIVE on beautiful Caaa Laka. apedoua 2 badroom. 2 befh/deck overlooklng lake/prrvate beech Garaga. dMvmahar. micro wave. awimmmg POOL 11296/mo 662-9356 LIVONIA - Executive luxury - 3 badrooma. 3 batha. a* appkanoaa. drapea p o d . garaga, ArepMce. 3.000 aq. ft. No peta AvanebN now 11,250 + aacurtty 666-1166

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OtSNEY/Orlando Fufty furnished 2 bedroom. 2 beth vacation condo 3 pools tacuxa. gdf. tannla Weekly/ monthfy ,459-0425 961-5160 HILTON—HEAD oondo-beeutrtul 2 bedroom. 2'4 beth. 2 pools, oceen. great area. 1350/wfc , 1650/2 >7-644 • k a . 737-6462; axes 661-1364 HILTON HEAD. S.C - Beautiful 1 bedroom condo on oceen. Fully refurbished Kitchenette 603-765-5139 HOMESTEAD Reasonable Spring 6 Summer ratea. kids waicoma. Phone after 6pm. 616-334-3640 K LAW AM iSLANO • S. Carolina, sal a d ona to Ave bedroom accomodations. Pam Harrington Exduaivea. 1-600-645-6966 OR MONO BEACH. FLORIDA-Luxury ocean front condo. 2 bedroom. 2'* beth. completely furnished 2 wka 1800 1wk. 1500 661-3444

415 Vocation Rentals ADORABLE new 2 Mvaf vMa on 100" prtvaM beech. Sand Lake. Cadillac' Manlatae. Highway 55 Sleeps 6. Boat, good fishing 474-0494

Vt M O N T H F R E E R E N T 2 6 3 badroom townhciuaaa. Baaemarru. waahM 6 dryar hook-up*, BEAUTIFUL LAKE Michigan - Penttuky equipped kitchen*. mini Mind* water eree. Summer home. 5 bedt carport 1 Novi Schoola On Hag- room, 2 f u l batha. great room and gerty. S d 10 Mka. 1715/mo Opan fireplace. Sliding doors that opan &Mly 1-6. doaad Thur*. 6 Sun out to a huga wak-eround deck Furnlahad Apartmanta AvdMMe overlooking Laka Michigan. (MWon 1 Sunsets) (6 person capacity) 471-7470 Oays 932-0351: Evee. 462-1652 MOM - 2 badroom condo. attached BELLAIRE LAKE FRONT-1 I 1 M by garaga. a l appkancea including boat to Torch Lake. 65 mlea. sleeps washer & dryer Pool tennis $700/ 6. boet t peddle boet. Compie^dy It 349-4103 NOVI • 2 bedroom. iv» beth Condo. gerege. central p o d . neutrd decor frSO/mo Avertable 6" /' 1t IHCHTER 6 A S S O C H 346-5100

BOYNE - 2 levd Interconnecting round houae. bedrooms; 3 down. 4 up. Prtvata swimming beech, d u b house. p o d . Pictures. 271-2643

PLYMOUTH Hew 2 bedroom, cathedral cal Una. ekytlghta. carport. 1100 sq.ft. 1715 per month. Available June 1. 360-6120. 455-6766

BRIGHTON AREA - prtvata quiet area, cottage, steep* 6. 1360/wk Boet. playground, no pets. 437-2610

CHARLEVOIX C O N D O / C e p t e i n a REOFORO VILLA CONOO Watch. 3 badrooma. 3 batha. on On Joy Rd. Clean bedroom, 1st channel. Nice amenltlea Available Aoor. no peta. 1425/mo Aug. 16-25 and Aug-2*-Sept. * heet 561-6431 313-288-6141 or 616-547-6317 ROCHESTER CONOO - 2 bed(ooms. central d r . a l sppllancea. C HARLEVOIX 1 dryer. 1 car atlachad g»1650 par par mo. mo. (age . 1650 T H E BEAUTIFUL m Rhodea Management 652-6221 WATERFRONT CONOOS PRIVATE BALCONIES -ROCHESTER HILLS HEATED POOL t bedroom luxury townhomee In SEASONAL RENTALS to JUNE 15 quaint wooded setting along Canton Aver Nearly new. 662-6060 Foster Boat W o r k s Inn ROCHESTER HILLS ii 1MB 1-616-547-0025 114 I CHARLTON LAKE CAMP - Cottage reeort In Ontario's scenic LaCtocha hed oarage • Club houee 4 Mta - POte Season Opener. May 19. p o d . acroaa from Ngh a c h o d 6 hoe- S p e d d rates in May Clean, wen 9Nd. 1925/mo AvaPaMe immedf- kept, beach. Idad lor fishing 6 fami263-5651 ly vacations. Evaa 1-705-265-4261

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BURT LAKEFRONT-Tranquillty eeekers-Beautiful private laketront homa w/flraplece. deck lateet conveniences ReeeonaMe 642-7762

H I L T O N H E A D . S C. Oceen condo. 1 bedroom, beech, lenms, p o d , 1375/wk

WORKING AOULT. ReJTc-cl City di PROFESSIONAL COUPLE I rent 3 bedroom home wtth I perking. houee privilege* Westland srea Livonia schools >eek. utwt 941-1695

HOMESTEAD-A unique spring oreummer reeort vacation awaits you. En|oy spedous apta 1-6 bedroome Rental by owner. 553-0643

RELOCATING PROFESSIONAL 6 MILE - Beech, furniahed bedroom, cable TV room, atove, refngeretor. fsmXy d 4 wishes immaculate home m Bloomfield MAS school araa No private entrance, d e e r , q u e l p e n Call collect 1-518-783-8222 ReeponaiMe working male

CARMEL By-The-See. Ca Romantic 6 charmmty furnlahad - 2 badrooma. 2 betha. hugh stone ArepMce Wafc lo everything 12.000/mo 393-5924

HOMESTEAD - Bear s Knoll ColCHARLESTON. S C a r o l i n a . lage An enchanted private home. 2 Seebrook Is. vacation vMa. 2 bed- bedroome. 2 batha. sleeps 6. no room. 2 bath & toft on golf course pets Beech d u b 661-4073 near ocean After 6pm 540-3741 HOMESTEAD - Glen Arbor. South CHARLEVOIX Beach on Lake Michigan Deluxe ANO SURROUNDING AREA condo 3 bedroom. 3 beth, 11.700 En)oy aaWng tha Greet Lake* per week (313)852-8443 Mid a l the activities Northern Michigan haa l o oftar In prtvata HOMESTEAD LEELANAU County 1 — »»i —* • m -a. .. — a k i • • •or 2 bedroom condo on Lake Michigan beech Greet view Owner. 1MHtngg of rvai«rTrom w i * i 616-243-8191 ano Condominiums MACKINAC ISLANO HOMESTEAO RESORT Enjoy a tranquil 6 romantic BetLovety condo on Laka Michigan or ting at Lake Bluft Condomlrvlock off bedroom 175/dghl for uma. overlooking Mackinac bedroom only 651-3579 Bridge 1 it a waters. IVt mkes from downtown For reservaLAKE CHARLEVOIX-BOYNE OTY tions 6 mto can Northern Michi2 bedroom 2 bath lakefront condo gan Property Management w / b o a t slip Sleeps 6 Fully 1-800-646-2791 equipped. 647-8157 CHARLEVOIX AREA Laketront cottage. 1400 a week Can 549-2363

MICHAYWE' CHALET; 3 bedroom. 2 beth, fully equipped Golt. Swim, Hika, Tennis Week or Weekends Call 375-0046

CHARLEVOIX - Lakefront condo Sleeps 2-12 Jecuza. cable, air. pod. beech, waft lo town 655-3300. 363-3685

MICHAYWE RESORT Community near Qaylord - Golf 8 actlvtliae lor Ml ages The ided I am My vacation. Furnished home for rem 422-3685

COTTAGE. South Shore ol Little Glen, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, bikes, boat, prtvata beech, famllys up to 5. No pets 1650 week 616-334-3363

MULLET LAKE: 4 bedroom home on leke. f t beths. gaa grill, fireplace 2 wk. minimum. July 7th thru Aug 4th. 1625 per wk Call 227-4316

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FARMINGTON HILLS 10 Mite 8 Or end Rrver 2 room once eulte m modern e> conditioned end alarmed office bunding, memoes a l utilities end maintenance Ample perking immediate occupancy 1390 477-7700

OFFICE SPACE suite S u M d to Manufacturer* Rap or profi 11 ond 14/Orchard Lake Rd . Farmington Hias Telephone answering service si enable Mrs Pike. 855-1610

424 House Sitting Serv. ARE YOU LEAVING on vacation or bueinees trip? Rehrted. retired lady wUl care tor your home 286-7896

COMMUNITY COLLEGE Instructor is svaiUMe to houae-an your homa Royal Oak. Birmingham Southfteld araa Excellent loed reference* Cal n - after 5pm 5*6-0619 BERKLEY Downtown - Quaint, cobhistorical building Appro• DEGREED working proteeatond w * blestone sq ft ol executive space 3311 houeeeM Interviews OK. references 850 W 12 Mile 11000 per month AvaHavailable Flexible schedule CaH 396-6360 Kiersten after 5PM 563-2941 eble August 1st

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CRYSTAL LAKEFRONT. 2 bedroom MYRTLE BEACH, 2 bedroom AUBURN HlLLS-share a 2 bedroom. cottage. Slsafrt 4-5 Glorious sun- oceanfront condo. 2 baths. seta, eedudedat weter* edge, boi 277-0665 2 beth, luxury apartment with prolasstonal. Must be non-smoker. 423 363-64; Weekly 1400 rant plus utilities 370-0519 OSCODA - On Lake Huron - 2 deDRUMMONO ISLANO detour araa luxe cottages, 2 bedrooms, fully 14x70 ft- mobile on Carabou Laka. e q u i p p e d k i t c h e n s , new mi- BEVERLY HILLS - Male wishes to 1300 per week, your linens. croweves. cerlmg lena. large nalurel share 3 bedroom ranch with male or CaM PM. 1-906-297-6971. fireplace*, free TV cade, large Nmale 1300 per mo piue aecurit security 646-7749 overlooking Lake Huron EXCITING Traverse City BeeutSfuf porchee 100 ft of *afe prrvale sugar sand tamHy reeort. 1 and 2 bedrooms, beech and 5 min from AuSable rtv- BIRMINGHAM Beautiful 3 bedroom kltchan. pod. ak. Reduced weekly er. Excellent fishing. No pets. Week- home m. the Downtown srea Furrates 1-800-942-2646 ly only. 1325'wk , depc-sil required nished 1375 plus'/» utilities Call 642-7342 517-739-0015 GLEN LAKE - Modem spedous Call Bob at BIRMINGHAM - Clean neat profeshome overlooks sleeping bear OSCODA 2 bedroom, 2V> bath sional non-smoking female to there doons Wkly rales June 1A50. July & Aug. 1750 PM 616-947-0415 condo. on Lake Huron w/ all con- home 1267/mo • Vi utattles Cal veniences of home No pets Wslk- anytime 647-1184 Ing distance to harbor 696-2358 GOLF BOYNE BIRMINGHAM - Neat, non-amokmg. Stay at New Reeort Condo Sullee PORT AUSTIN-Comfy 3 bedroom, 20-35. male/female, to ahare ranch The W a t e r Street Inn Lake Huron view cottage w'beech In quiet scenic area 1375 mckidee on Lake Chanevdx m Boyne City available June-Sep 1350/week. • utilities Leave meaeege 644-7552 1(800)456-4313 security. Before 3pm 397-5823. HALE - Family gel away weekend in SCHUSS MOUNTAIN- Northern BIRMINGHAM • professional female the north woods, 5 bedroom Michigan condo. Greet golf, swim, non-smoker seeka same to shars 2 bedroom. iv» bath apartment c o t t a g a . i n d o o r p o o l , w o o d e d canoe, super rates 1325* utilities. No-pets 649-0974 area.517-345-0711. 517-673-3501 Days. 696-8260 Eves 263-3836 BIRMINGHAM Non-smoking temsie HARBOR SPRINGS, Harbor Cove. SCHUSS MT ,'SCHANTY CREEK to Share spacious, 2 bedroom townPhaae H. 5 bedroom. 3 beth condo Bekaire. Ml Golfing, swimming, tenbeach, pod. tannla. 6-10/17; 7-1/8. ds. 8 more Condo. sleeps 6. avsrf- house w/fireplace, beeement Move m June 1. 1362 50 i one hall utlh8-19/26; 8-26/9-3; 855-1136 able May 18-25.1350 344-0845 ties Cindy 646-2636 HARBOR SPRINGS - Harbor cove SCOTLAND, 3 bedroom bed Beautiful condo. sleeps 4-12 people, breekfast. across from beech 8 golf BLOOMFIELD location Gerage pnvate bath Female housemate wanton Ltttie Trsverse Bey Cloee to golf course. In quaint Tayport. utilities courses Indoor p o d . hot tub. sau- St Andrew's 20 mm sway 135 per ed 1450-negotieMe tDays 517-789-8144. ext 227 na. tannta. Sytvam Menagmant Inc. person per night 420-0746 On site. 1-BOO-676-1036 BRIGHTON Female wanted to share SHANTY CREEK-Schuea Mountain houae. walk to downtown, does to HARBOR SPRINGS/PET08KEY Chalet. 4 bedroom. 2"* bath, pels O K 1325 mo Weakly cottaga/Condo rentals Low completely redecorated. TV 8 VCR. freeway, 553-1000 ext 203 227-8341 Spring Ratee Finerra eerty for •nth a l amenltlea 357-2618 summer vacations. Cad Monday AcDEARBORN HEIGHTS/Oetrolt eree comodations at 616-346-2765 SHANTY CREEK Year Round Rental Profeaelonal young person to share Bdlaire. Ml Poll, ski, swim + resort H A R B O r SPfiiSiGS BlrchwcfoJ emenktea. 3 bedroom. 3 bath axdu- home wtth s a m a 1230/mo +• '4 336-6373 Large 4 bedroom houae. 3 beths. s»ve condo overlooks famous Lag- utilities C a l golf, tennis, swimming pooL By end Gdf Course 6 Lake Beldre FARMINGTON HILLS - Female owner discount 679-7626. 427-7141 Weekend/weekly 313-649-6120 wishes to share wtth sama Spacious HARBOR SPRtNGS-Harbor Cove SUGAR LOAF reeort. luxury condo nicely decorated. 2 bedroom. 2 beth 471-4627 luxury condo avelabta tor spring on 17th green 1 bedroom, (ecuzzi. apartment 1335 month and summer, flamoddsd Interior beeches, golf, tennis, neer Traverse FEMALE PROFESSIONAL to share with new furniture Indoor, outdoor City. Ml 185 per night. 685-9798 North weet Uvonia home wtth same pod. tennis court, prfvale beech. Non smoker. Must heve references Days. 965-9409 Evaa., 282-4640 SUTTON'S BAY - condo on the 1330/mo plus utilities 474-2973 ler. 2 bedrooms. 1 bath, cable TV, HARSEN S ISLAND - 1 hour Irom 1550 week Ca* FEMALE ROOMMATE 125-30) needDetroit One acra on water 4 bed313-589-6060 ed to share 3 bedroom townhouee rooms. IVfc batha. Greet room with m Southfield $245 per month TRAVERSE CITY fireplace 1600 per week 622-9618 utikuee. Preter non-smoker VACATION RENTALS After Spm 355-0399 MKJGLNS LAKE ^ crib, wesher. dryer, FEMALE to Share spacious 3 bedper wk. Moe beach. No Private water*on! homes available room home. Farmmgion 8 Joy Rd 459-4294 now tor "Summer ol "90" 1800 lo area Electric 8 water included pets 12.000 per week CaN Michigan HILTON HEAD - See Pines Lagoon R.S.V.P for year round reearva- 1250 month Nonemoker 427-7601 VMa. Large deck, 2 bedrooms, 2 tions 1(800)748-0576 FEMALE to share large 2 bedroom. batha. 2 bikes Walk to beech, man2 bath apartment, laundry, new carna. pod. te n d s 1650/wk 335-9556 TRAVERSE CITY - Completly fur. good location' Royal Oak/ nished 4 bedroom home, adjacent xmrant. 280-0615 HOMESTEAD, luxury 3 or 4 bad- to park and beach. Cable TV. HBO. room reeort condo on Laka Michi- waaher & dryer 1495 wk Dey* FEMALE WORKING roomate, win gan. Superb view 1 location, 616-946-8006 Evee*16-938-9615 ahare apartment with sama. 25-35 644-0254 yrs d d . 2 bedrooms. 1275. mo CITY. peMoauM cot- hew included, i hea HOMESTEAO RESORT - Glen Ar- TRAVERSE tage. view ol W Bowera Her Clubhouse, workout room, saunambor. Michigan. 2 bedrooms, 2 beths bor. 2 bedroom. 1Bay. beth. 1600/mo.. 6 door p o d Canton. 455-4877 on Lake Michigan. Beach Club avail- month leeae After Spm. 258-4916 able Ca* after Bpm 426-2517 LAKE ORION lakefront home to TRAVERSE CITY- lakefront vacation ahare with another professional HOMESTEAD RESORT home lor rent by the week. Fur 1.24.4.5 bedroom condoa available niahed. alaepa 6. 6 mm., to Traver* 1400 month v» i/tattlee. Leave mes693-1061 lor spring 8 summer Cal Manttou City. Weeks available m June. July sage If no answer Manangament 616-334-3446 or and August After 4 30pm 739-1293 LIVONIA, non smoking professional, In Michigan 1-800-642-3305 furnished bedroom, newly decor St TRAVERSE OTY HOMESTEAD 1-2-3 bedroom con- Dew Duck mn. Duck Laka Cute and ed quad home. 1275 month includ474-1961 do at leaa than H rate; now thru May clean cottages Great awknmmg. ing utilities 24 Alao prima aummar weeks atM AeNng. g d l neer by Weekly rentals. LIVONIA - Professional mala, nonavailable at 15% Discount AH amen- Now thru Aug. Fisherman seve on smoker. seeks same to share home ities + screened decks overlooking weekends 8 weekly tH mid June Furniahed room wrth cable T V. Lake Mlchlgen; flraplece. sauna, Senior* save Morel 541-0516 1325/mo. + phone 425-4624 heated outdoor p o d . End Unit, privacy, beach d u b . etc. UVONIA. wM share my 3 lovely bedV A C A T I O N IN Days, 1-662-4439; evea 1-426-2172 room home wtth working person, BEAUTIFUL available May 24 Security depoaft HOUGHTON LAKEFRONT- 3 bedrequired 462-0758 NORTHERN MICHIGAN rooms. 1V» bath chalet Deles open tins Sprmg or Summer at Wldwood NEED FEMALE Roommete lo share m June 8 August 1375 weak. {517)546-1816 on Walloon Luxurious townhouss large 3 bedroom townhouee In accommodations on Wafton Laka. SouthAatd wfth 2 other roommates HOWELL-Lakefront cottaga Excel- located only minutee from some d 1270 per month 354-2138 lent swimming, fishing and boattng. the finest golf coursee 8 reeteursrits 1 hr from metro Detroit No pets m The North Now offering Spring NON-SMOKING prafaasiond seeks 1400 per wk 534-7184 Packages' (616)682-9616 COLLECT female roomate. Dearborn Mt*. townhouee 1260 plus '4 utMties HUBBARO LAKE - Three 2 bedroom WALLOON LAKE: 3 bedroom bnck Robert 561-8733 lake front conages Greet Ashing, cottaga on lake. Completely fur niahed Flrepleoa 8 Boat dock NORTHWESTERN 8 12 Mae- Townnice beech lor swimming Avekable weekly. June thru Sept -w 313-266-0017 houee lor compatiMa lady non1450 per wk Cel 462-0563 smoker (S375 total I OR large beseLAKE BARCLAY. TN- 2 sera lot. ment for M/F (12751 356-2544 WALLOON LAKE seduded area good hunting. Ashing. boeMng. 1200 mo Perfect for 3 Bedrooms, fuly furmshed I NOVI: Female roommate, non dock Prime Summertime weeks RV smoker, own bedroom 8 beth. available Days: 1-419-663-1979 Weeher/dryer Pod. 1250 mckidee ext 6112 Evea: 1-419-433-7434 utwt lee C d l 474-5409

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SOUTH ADAMS SQ Retail aneieeed mall space avenabw 800-2700 sq ft Rates start al 113 50/sq ft inlcudes heat 8 air conditioning, immediate occupancy 646-5900 CATERERS - Commercial or individual Need more cooking spaced Rent kitchen of established business 115 per hour 347 2366

DOWNTOWN ROCHESTER 335-1043 FARMINGTON HILLS O n 10 Mile Rd. btw. Halstead & Haggerty

" RETAIL/OFFICE FOR LEASE 750-2.600 sq fl CERTIFIEO REALTY, INC 471-7100 FARMINGTON Retail space - new renovation 11,600 sq It . on Grand River Noon until 9PM caU 477-8116 IDEAL LOCATION 1.000 sq ft Exposure to 100.000 cars per flay Ford 8 Middlebelt. Garden City 422-2490 LET S TALK Farmmgton/8 Mile 1500 sq ft retail Between s busy meet/deb shop and a beauty salon Ask for Jim 477-8038 LIVONIA - 2000sqtt store IB 17 store neighborhood shopping center 38125-27 Ann Arbor Rd 3 blocks W d Newburgh Rd 358-4080 PETOSKEY-1100 sq. ft rate* spece m Ges Light District For more information c a l Jack Van Treese 8 Associates 616-347-3943 PLYMOOTH/OOWNTOWN Quaint shopping mdl, 109S Sq Ft Excellent parking. Cdl Deborah 344-9369 PLYMOUTH/DOWNTOWN Pnm« location Foraet Place Shopping Center. 840 Sq Ft Cdl 455-7373 SHOPPING CENTERS FOR LEASE Bloomfield. Maple 8 Inkster Rivernew. Grange 8 King 471-4555 TROT CLOSED RESTAURANT 130 seats, fulfy equipped For rent Cal Mr Fmk 855-9300 WESTLAND - brand new strip mdl. short or long term lease. 1.000 3.000 sq ft Owners win assist with start up 1765 net - net - net RED C A R P E T KEIM PLUS 277-7777

434 Ind. / Warehouse Leeee or Sale FARMINGTON HILLS - Approximately 3.600 aq. ft. Lighted warehouse. truck wek available Gross a. 1675 per mo 476-1200 LINCOLN INDUSTRIAL PARK Excettent 1-75 exposure for lease 3.OOO - 43.000 aq. ft Executive office 8 warehouse area. Greet image for corporate heedquerter* BYRON W TRERICE CO Cdl JOHNSON/OUA1N/ROBERT 540-1000 RENT 4000 SO FT 11600 per month improvements Included 1-275/F>ord Rd aree C e l 453-0451

SPECIAL!

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Birmingham Office Space e 996 Sq Ft 116 Sq Ft Gross Rent Wei Windowed Space e 1439 Sq Ft 112 Sq Ft Gross Rent All Or Will Divide e 700 E Maple Prime office space. Heart Of Downtown Birmingham Free On Site Perking •Sanbreen Company

BIRMINGHAM OFFICE SPACE 2nd floor suite available Utkitlee included Exceilenl location. E of Hunter oft Maple Rd H . 2 0 0 / m o Cell Patty at 433-1100

BIRMINGHAM

SOUTH ADAMS SQ 153 so. ft single office, rent 1165/ mo immediate occupancy

PLYMOUTH/OOWNTOWN Lad unit left - executive office 150 sq ft Greet for Sdes Repe 8 smdt Ceo Deborah hx de 344-9369 PLYMOUTH/DOWNTOWN 1 099 Sq. Ft Executive Office Exceilenl location 6 parking Call Deborah 344-9369 PLYMOUTH Executive suite available ApproXJ metely 11 OO sq ft LOW rata* Newty decorated 459-6043 PLYMOUTH- Finished executive Suite 800-2000 sq ft New Mdg smple perking, convenient to expressways 8 banks 459-3434 PLYMOUTH - Mam St., 400 Sq Ft 2 Office Suite. Private Entrance -1400 per mo Cal. 455-3232

LATHRUP VILLAGE-SouthAeld Rd 2 room office suite m prolsssicind bunding 1250 per montb includes utliltiea Mr Staten 559-1700

PLYMOUTH PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE

LATHRUP VILLAGE 1,700 sqft., 2nd level, very deeirsbie office immediate occupency, ample perking. Southfield Rd '4 mile North of 1-696 Brokers Protected 559-7780

Beautiful Decor Lawyers Doctors, Dentists. Engineer* Msnutacturers Reps inquiries to: P 0 Box 373 Plymouth, 48170 or c a l 453-2350

LIVONIA - Farmington Rd near 6 Mile 375 sq ft Modern office Available immediately 1450 per mo Mr Lubrwk 644-7395

647-3250

LIVONIA LAUREL PARK 6 Mile & 1-275 Executive office w i t h full secretarial support. Fax, copter, word processor, etc. Available now! Call K B S

464-3700

$7 Excelsnt PER Location SQ. FT.

REDFORD CONTRACTORS OFFICE wtth overhead door end bathroom. 550 aq ft 1325 a m o plua security deposit Call 356-5835

REDFORD OFFICE 24350 JOY ROAD W o«Telegraph • New low rate • Underground parking • Carpet 8 Winds • Lit signage • 3 room suites snd up • Includes an utilities CERTIFIED REALTY. INC 471-7100

REDFORD OFFICE

UVONIA - New office apace, move in today. 2.100; 1,600: 600 sq ft Prime location From 19 50 per sq ft. Any sae available Cdl 421-0770

2 4 8 2 1 Flva Mile R d West Ol Tstegraph 2 Room Suite, prrvale entrance, storage, bathroom, carpeting end blinds AH utilrtiee included BIRMINGHAM SUBLEASE - prtvate LIVONIA OFFICES - 7 mile/Middle- CERTIFIED REALTY, INC 471-7100 offices with support staff, office Bell or 5 mile/Middlebelt. from 160 [o 600 sq feet, from 110 sq ft gross equipment 8 conference room avdlROCHESTER ROAD/M-59 Cdl Kerr Hale days 525-0920 able Free parking including Eves 261-1211 FREE MONTH RENT Brand new Immediate occupancy For more information c a l 540-1711 LIVONIA office space tor lease 1 office and medicd space avanaMe Rents from 19 75 sq ft Short tsrrr BIRMINGHAM - 1 office Good loca- room surtes on 6 Mile near Farming- leases available lor immediate tion, good parking. 1450 per mo ton Rd Secretarial 8 telephone an- occupency Smtes from 699 aq ft 476-2442 CsH. Dr Lewis Smith 644-2955 swering service to 40.000 sq ft Build to Suit Neer Rochester. Troy, Auburn Mils 8 LIVONIA/PLYMOUTH AREA BIRMINGHAM Private offices, 1200 - 1300 month Sterling Heights 1019 Haynee-1350 sq ft Premium building, ground levd, am- to month lease PhoneI answering m464-2960 ple parking 647-7079 duded HAMPTON LrVONIA PROFESSIONAL PARK BIRMINGHAM SCHOOLCRAFT 8 INKSTER 853-5700 3,800 sq ft m I B 1 M B Beaoftfot Office space m aclrve cer.ler 795 building m town Excellent location aq ft. formerly attorney* offices SOUTHFIELO - Furnished 1000 sq Second Aoor. 10.000 aq ft 1250 sq ft formerly denial dime ft second Aoor immedide occu excellent condmon Also 700 sq ft pancy Newly decoreted 4 a l daeks BLOOMFIELD for retail Broker* protected Cal included $1000 per month Cel d REALTY. INC 559-1160 ternoona only. 775-6200 647-8080 LIVONIA 28691 Plymouth Rd 1600 BLOOMFIELD HILLS sq l e d . office/retail Air. ample 900-2.000 sq.ft. beautiful of parking. Immediate occupancy spece Immediately oft the marMe Canner Mgmt 569-4003 lobby, underground parking, price negotiable 645-2480 AT 15.50 PER SQ. FT GROSS 12 M I L E R D . & inckidea taxee. insurance utiktie* NORTHWESTERN BLOOMFIELD HILLS location - localion - location near 1400 N Woodward - Pinehurst 1-75 8 696 5100 plus sq ft Office, Suite available A l utmtlaa pe»c Bunding 3500 Sq Ft. prime office engineering, high tech. ample park- Good perkmg storage, conference spece avaaaMe Contact W Nlkkd. ing, immadlete occupancy. 548-1040 room Secrdarid 4 phona services available on premisaa. CaM 356-567C Broker 286-3025 NORTHVILLE DOWNTOWN SOUTHFIELO. 17201 W 12 M M CANTON Ford Rd71-275 New Off- office space m newly renovated hisIce budding, surtes sized to your toric bunding Featuring hardwood Several offices 4 suRee needs Own entrance, own beth floor*, high tm c dings, expoeed Receptionid copier. FAX, 12 .OOOeq ft a l or any pari 455-2900 brtck wMl. 1361 sq ft . 642-1012 1275-1325 par month. CANTON - LMey Profeealond Can- NORTHVILLE - Protean ond office 559-0477 or 681-7681 tar. new office, medicd or generd space 1330 sq ft erand new. exuse. 800 to 19,500 sq It. by Ford cellent location Wek to an sarvicea. SPECIAL! Rd 8 1275 Prime location 563-5272 easy access 349-0105 3 M O N T H S FREE RENT DEARBORN - Share a prime 859 aq NOVI CANTON 4 NOVI - Sharp, d e a r ft office wfth attorney m the preetl- Attractive 600 sq. ft. office, New Buitdmga. Offices. Snared gioue Favtane Community 10 X 18 previously occupied, ground l e v d Tenant Spece 4 Secrderld Services window • common areas 336-0022 Phone (313)477-5196 available Office equipment (tax. copier, d c ) alao avaaafcta DOWNTOWN BIRMINGHAM OFFICE FOR LEASE immediate occupancy For more Prime suites 1120 sq ft and 2000 SOUTH LYON info. 454-2460 aq ft. available, greet view*, com- 2.000 aquers f e d If no answer, c a l 348-1833 pelft rve rates, convenient parking, CALL JERRY JANKOWSKI f u l service PuMdmg Oeeen Qrda SUBURBAN WOODWARD Thompson-Brown coffee shop, dock broker, and Legal - Medicd - Generd beeuty/barber shop m building 553-8700 500 - 2.500 It mn customize Next to Crowley's 396-7000 OFFICES IN W BLOOMFIELD OrchMd Lake Rd Private entrance. 280 N Woodward P E N T H O U S E OFFICE 600 10 3200 sq- ft. 647-7171 Located m Troy, this 1200 sq f t 851-8555 penthouse hea a natural skynghi DOWNTOWN FARMINGTON, private rest room and shower and IS OFFICE SPACE in Berkley FOR SALE located on the third Aoor Idad lor Includes copier, lax. knchen 'acuiConvert this totally renovated houee m ihe centrd buslneaa district to ties. 4 conference room. Cal 8am- advertising. grapNca or art studn 646-7900 399-6150 very favorable raM your new officaa Prime frontage on 4pm Grand River A red gemfl PLYMOUTH /DOWNT OWN WALLED LAKE- Two 800 aq tt CALL MARY BUSH Recently remodeled. 660 sq. ft. avanaMe Office or ra*M 1450-1500 ExceNanl perking Cloee to banks Thompson-Brown gross a mo GreM expoeure 4 poel office 455-7373 CMI855-3333 E v « s ^ H M669-2499 553-8700 PLYMOUTH DOWNTOWN WESTLANO - 2000 sq ft d AexiMs DOWNTOWN ROCHESTER H