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Sterlini absent among 21 local candidates By M B. Dillon Ward staff writer As of Jan I, Canton officials and res idents won t have Treasurer M a n a Sterlini to kick around anymore In a move that surprised even politi cal pundits, the township treasurer currently on a 60-day medical leave and vacationing in Greece didn't file for re-election by Tuesday's 4 p m deadline Sterlim's decision not to seek a se< ond term in the August primary shocked employees throughout town hall including those m her own depart ment

Her own people kept wondering and calling to see what was going on (Tuesday) -Her secretary hadn t even heard from her said a staffer in the clerk's office We were awaiting a cable from Greece at any moment." another employee said tongue-in-cheek, hours before the filing cut-off I'm not shocked, I'm not surprised, I'm not interested, said Supervisor James Poole, who to no one^s surprise is going a f t e r a second t e r m "I did think someone would file petitions for Mana. though THOSE WHO did file for the treasur er s post include Republican Gerald

Rest of incumbents running Brown of 7387 Derbey. and two Democrats. Trustee Carol Bodenmiller and political newcomer Mabel Chastain of 4017 Sheldon Road Only Brown has run for the office before In the supervisor's race, the expected happened Poole is seeking re-election on the Republican ticket The supervisor will be unopposed in the primary but will square off with the winner of the Democratic contest - to feature former Supervisor Harold Stein of • 1955 North Drive and former Westland resident John Barnette of 7420

Windsor Woods. Apt 2B Longtime Canton Clerk ,lphn Flodin. a Democrat, also will be unopposed in the p r i m a r y R e p u b l i c a n Linda Chuhran of 44184 Wiclif Court, a first time candidate, will challenge him in November Eight trustee hopefuls filed petitions including Republican incumbents Stephen Larson of 2457 Brookfield. Robert Padget of 48236 Geddes Road and Loren N Bennett of 2780 Denton P a d g e t and Bennett a r e seeking their second t e r m s Larson was appointed to

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fill a vacancy on the board prior to the 1980 election. Challenging the incumbents are four Democrats, all making their first bids for the office of trustee Tbey include Wayne County Deputy Sheriff Edwin N Rasmussen of 42066 Brook view Court. James Bridenthal of 6196 Canton Center Road, Frank A McMurray of 39605 John Dr and Paul Denski of 3156 S. LoU Road F o r m e r Democratic Trustee Robert Myers, who announced his candidacy several months ago. opted not to run for personal reasons Voters in August will narrow the field to two in the supervisor, treasurer

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and clerk's races, and to four in the trustees' face-off IN THE race for state representative in the 37th District. Canton Township Planner James A Kosteva has filed, as have fellow Democrats Patricia Cullin of Belleville and John Sheridan of Romulus Please turn t o P a g e 4

They met by accident By Margaret Meobecher Staff writer Two Frenchmen riding their bikes around the world stopped in Canton by accident last week Before landing here, the cycling duo had plowed their way through Africa s steamy jungles, negotiated passes in South America s Andes Mountains and traveled, unscathed, through war zones In El Salvador and Nicaragua Their journey c a m e to a halt in Can ton, when cyclist Francois Gobillot, 24 was knocked off his 10-speed bike by a c a r driven by a man later charged with drunk driving Gobillot and best friend Yves Baunex, 23, were pedaling through Canton about 7:30 p.m. Memorial Day. They were heading west on Michigan Avenue with plans to spend the night in Ann Arbor Just west of Hannan Road. Gobillot was hit from behind by a westbound car traveling in the lane closest to the shoulder Gobillot's head hit the car's windshield and he landed on the shoulder of the road He was treated for cuts and bruises Witnesses told police the driver of the car, a 24-year-old Canton man walked away f r o m the scene of the ac cident He later was apprehended by police and charged with drunk driving when

Breathalyzer?results showed his blood alcohol level to be above the legal lim it The driver is presently f r e e on $300 bond and will appear before 35th Dis t n c t Judge James C.arber In 35th District Court July 3 GOBILLOT was down but not out of luck in Canton Residents went out of their way for the next three days to help the sidelined Frenchmen The Canton Fire Department transported Gobillot to Oakwood Canton Center Hospital Another driver went ahead to catch Gooillot's friend Baunez, who had been ruling a couple miles farther up the road Someone else lent Gobillot a coat. THE HUNT family, in front of whose Michigan Avenue residence the accident had occurred, gave the cyclists a home for the next few days "They showed me on the globe where they had been It's unreal how far they've traveled." 21-year-old E m m e t t Hunt said. Firefighter Claude Gersky admits be had his doubts when Gobillot told him he was riding his bike around the world But those doubts were quickly erased "When the squadman found Gobillot's passport, it had been stamped in places all over the world," Gersky said After leaving Gobillot at the hospital, firefighters started looking a new

rim for Gobillot's badly damaged front wheel The owner of the Easy Rider Bike Shop on North Sheldon Road. Gordon Wrenbeck, was spending a quiet day at borne Memorial Day when the firefighters called "They said s o m e Italian bikers had an accident, and one needed a new rim for his bike." Wrenbeck recalls "I told my wife Sue about it. and she told me to call the fire department back to make sure it wasn't a joke "I called back and sure enough it was true Next thing I know there's a fire truck in my driveway," Wrenbeck said But the rim didn't fit Gobillot's bike The next day. Hunt, their host, took the cyclists over to Wrenbeck's shop. "This is weird," Wrenbeck said, "today two F r e n c h m e n need a wheel, yesterday it was two Italians Wrenbeck quickly put together that these were the "Italians" the firefighters had tried to help the night before After taking one look at the damaged bike, he opened his workshop for the cyclists GOBILLOT r e f e r s to his bike as his wife, and although it's evident she's loved, she's now well past her prime "We wanted to replace the front axle, but Gobillot wouldn't let us, beP t e a s e turn t o P a g e 5

ART EMANUELE;staff photograph Easy Rider Bike S h o p owner G o r d o n W r e n b e c k g a v e t h e cycling F r e n c h m e n Yves B a u n e z (left) a n d F r a n c o i s Gobillot p a r t s a n d r o o m to work on

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Perk up at the parade! Cantonites will be treated to Marine Don't let the p a r a d e pass you by* Canton"« Country Festival gets under Band performances during the parade way at 1 p m Sunday when trumpets and a f t e r w a r d s at the New Towne Plawill Mare, flags flutter, clowns clown ta Shopping Center at Ford and Shelaround, the Cow Chip Queen waves and don Roads floats please as they move down Ford Throw your lawn chairs and lunch Road during the annual township paInto the trunk, round up the kids and r a d e It's a sight sure to m a k e you sigh, laugh and applaud as nearly 60 parade en)oy either the 114 or 4 p.m. concerts Sunday afternoon. ntranU entertain yon. P S The recommended spot for paA first this year will be lbs appear nee of President Lmeeto's e w e 1st r a d e viewing is along Ford Reed beMarine Band, a unit being sponsored by tween Sheldon and Canton Center roads the Canton Chamber of C o m m e r c e

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The seven hopefuls vying for the six year term and non-partisan office Include: Northville Township Supervisor John Mac Dona Id, 16272 Edenderry Drive, North villa, f o r m e r Canton Police Chief R o b e r t E . Greemtein, 47500 Hanford Road, Canton; Westland attorney Jacqueline George, 42150 W. Seven Mile. Northville; f o r m e r Wayne County assistant pioeacutor Stephen Foley,

Court battle unlikely for commissioners By M a r g a r e t Meubecher staff writer

Voters may choose two candidates in the Aug 7 primary, and one In November The winner will preside with Judge J a m e s Garber over the 15th District Court, in the Dunbar Davis Hall of Justice at 660 Plymouth Road, Plymouth Judge G a r b e r ' i s i i y e a r term expires in four years The court has jurisdiction over Plymouth. Plymouth Township. Canton Township. Northville and Northville Township

While its likely the Merit Commission will put the incident behind them, Sterlini never verified her allegations which appear now to he directed at

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7 candidates to compete for judicial seat Plymouth-Canton voters will be presented with a diverse agd weJJ-quali fied slate of candidates in OJ* S5th District fudge's r a c e in the August prima ry The judicial seat is being vacated by District Judge Dunbar Davis. 70. who will have served on the bench for near ly two decades when be retires J a n 1

Peace nears An attorney representing Loe Merit Commission in its battle with Treasur er Maria Sterlini over unspecified allegations of wrong doing in Canton Township, recommends investigation of the incident be closed Several months ago, Sterlini accused unnamed township officials of committing serious violations of the law " Despite being subpoenaed, the treasurer refused to detail or document the charge In a letter to the commission. Detroit attorney Aloys ins Suchy said. "After careful review of the letter dated May 1. sent to the Canton Township Merit Commission by (attorney) J a m e s Canham on behalf of Maria Sterlini. I suggest that the investigation be closed." Merit Commissioner Bruce Patterson said. "I think It (the letter f r o m Suchy) will conclude the incident " Patterson will be resigning f r o m the commission soon to run for 35th District judge The Merit Commission has jurisdiction over matters relating to wage scales and fringe benefits for the township's approximately 120 classified employees Its next monthly meeting is scheduled for June 27 Merit Commission Chairman Phil LaJoy said classified employees were the m a j o r concern in this incident 'We wanted to know that there were no violations by classified employees." LaJoy said Sterlini made allegations that illegal and unlawful acta were taking place within the government of Canton Township last December

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Scarlet-coated musicians a n d the blue-coated guard comprising t h e 1st M a r i n e B a n d will r e k i n d l e r e m i n i s c e n c e s of P r e s i d e n t Abraham Lincoln for t h o e e a t t e n d i n g S u n d a y s Country Feethral p a r a d e . T h e u n i t , r e - c r e a t e d in t h e s p i r i t of 1383, wHI p e r f o r m t h e m u s i c a n d drills p o p u l a r w h e n Lincoln lived o n P e n n s y l v a n i a Ave-

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39764 Fox Valley, Canton. Canton Mer It Commissioner Bruce C. Patterson 42479 R e d f e m Drive. Canton; Alan Davis. 6192 Runnymead. Canton, and Brian J. Stacey, 303 W Ann Arbor Trail. Apt 1, Plymouth. (All judicial candidates must have law degrees.)

Township Supervisor J a m e s Poole and the board of trustees Evidence of this is spelled out in a May 1 letter written by Canham, former chief judge of Wayne County Circuit Court and Sterlings attorney. Writing on Sterlim's behalf. Canham said, "..her (Sterlim's) duties and ebli-

(Sterlini'a) duties and obligations are prescribed by statute. Implicit in that * statutory prescription is s dear prohibition from any incursion by , sny other person in the performance of such duties. There have been, in the opinion of the treasurer, her counsel and a representative of the attorney general's office, actions that appear to violate that statutory prohibition. — Jem— ML Canham attorney gations a r e prescribed by s t a t u t e Implicit in that statutory prescription is a clear prohibition f r o m any incursion by any other person in the p e r f o r m a n c e of such duties. T h e r e have bean, ia the optakm of the treasurer, her « * m s e l and a r e w r ^ senUUve of the attorney general's o | f < ' turn t o P a g e 4

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Sheriff, prosecutor unopposed in race By T i m R i c h a r d

staff writer Tbe d e a d l i n e for filing for county political o f f i c e p a s s e d Tuesday without serious c h a l l e n g e to two top Wayne County o f f i c e holders who w e r e appointed to their jobs

JACK E TAYLOR

Canton Township w e r e held recenlty in RG Ac GR H a r r i s F u n e r a l H o m e in Gar den City with burial at C a d i l l a c Memorial G a r d e n s in W e s t l a n d Officiating was the Rev R a y m o n d Babb f M e r ' : man Road Baptist C h u r c h Mr Pyle who died J u n e 2 at home was a .ongtime r e s i d e n t who had beer, a machinist for 2J y e a r s for B u r r o u g h s Corp Survivors include w i f e Berdie daughters [la G r e g o r y and J o y c e An drews brother J a m e s t h r e e grandchil dren and t w o g r e a ; g r a n d c h i l d r e r

F u n e r a l services for Mr T a y l o r 78 >f C u m m i n g Ga were held r e c e n t l y at the .Schrader F u n e r a l Home with burial at Riverside C e m e t e r y O f f i c i a t i n g was the Rev Stephen E Wenzel M e m o r i a l contributions m a y be m a d e to th* Michigan Heart Association Mr Taylor wbo died May J1 in At lanta was born in Detroit and w a s a longtime resident of P l y m o u t h He had moved to Rochester in 1957 and had lived in E a s t T a w as f r o m 1970 to 1983 A f o r m e r m a y o r of P l y m o u t h , he served on the P l y m o u t h City C o m m i s sion and was active with the P l y m o u t h C h a m b e r of C o m m e r c e He w a s a for mer vice president of the N a t i o n a l Bank of Detroit retiring f r o m N B D in 1970 He was a P a s t Master of P l y m outh Hock Lodge 47 F 4 A M a m e m ber of the Rochester C h a m b e r of C o m m e r c e and was involved in e s t a b l i s h mg C r j t t e n t o n Hospital in R o c h e s t e r

IN CONTRAST, v e t e r a n D e m o c r a t i c o f f i c e h o l d e r s all found t h e m s e l v e s with long lists of opponents C l e r k Killeen who got the o f f i c e by a p p o i n t m e n t a decade a g o found him self with three I>emocratic p r i m a r y opp o n e n t s — all with Polish s u r n a m e s T h e y a r e Thaddeus J Z a m b o r o s k i of Sheriff R o b e r t A Ficano. the Livonia Livonia J a m e s F Malinowski of Ta*. attorney who won an a p p o i n t m e n t ear lor and Robert A Zwolak city c l e r k of ly in 1983 a f t e r a bitter, four months H a m t r a m c k Winner will f a c e R e p u b l l court battle, in opposed by one political c a n Henry Lauve of G r o s s e P o i m e unknown in t h e D e m o c r a t i c p r i m a r y Woods in November and a R e p u b l i c a n unknown in the gen T r e a s u r e r R a y m o n d Wojtowicz a p era! election Survivors include son J a c k of Atlanpointed to the office four y e a r s ago. has t a stepsons Charles and J a m e s L a p t h r e e p r i m a r y opponents Joseph Pa FICANO WAS deputy county clerk h a m . both of Northville and two g r a n d trick Walsh of D e a r b o r n Heights when he w a s appointed sheriff by a children J a m e s A Gallagher of Deroit and Jopanel of c o u n t y officholders, including seph Gulvezan
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ALBERT J < T R L E > G r a v e s i d e services for Mr Curlev 85, of P l y m o u t h w e r e held r e c e n t l y at St Joseph C e m e t e r v in Wesi Roxburv Mass Mr Curlev who died Ma'. 29 jh St Mary Hospital in Livonia moved to Plymouth in 1981 f r o m R o s e d a l e P a r k

in Detroit He had r e t i r e d a s a stock b r o k e r in 1970 a f t e r 30 y e a r s with tbe B a c h e Co in D e t r o i t Survivors include d a u g h t e r J a n e t Morton of P l y m o u t h son R i c h a r d of D e l r a y Beach Fla seven g r a n d c h i l d r e n and two great grandchildren

and of tbe O r d e r of E a s t e r n Star C h a p ter 115 in P l y m o u t h Survivors include d a u g h t e r J e a n P o s n e r of L a p e e r sons Howard and Wilfred both of Tulsa Ok la sister Leota Johnson of Bush nell F l a 11 g r a n d c h i l d r e n and 7 great grandchildren

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F u n e r a l s e r v i c e s for M r s G r a v e s . 67 of New York were held r e c e n l t y in S c h r a d e r F u n e r a l Home with burial at Riverside C e m e t e r y P l y m o u t h Mrs G r a v e s (the f o r m e r E l i z a b e t h S u t h e r l a n d ) died May 25 in Schenecta dy. N Y She w a s b o m in Calgary Alberta, C a n a d a and was a m e m b e r of the N a t i o n a l E d u c a t i o n Association NEAi S u r v i v o r s include husband Donald of S t o t i a N Y and a son Steven of New M e x i c o

Go to med school, serve country You can serve your c o u n t r y on active duty with the a r m e d f o r c e s and a t t e n d medical school at the s a m e t i m e if you qualify for admission to t h e n a t i o n s only m i l i t a r y m e d i c a l school Called the F E d w a r d H e b e r t School of Medicine of the U n i f o r m e d Services University of the H e a l t h Sciences USUHS it is o p e r a t e d by t h e Depart ment of Defense in B e t h e s d a Md , to train physicians for the A r m y Nav> and Air F o r c e The tuition-free school exists be cause the a r m e d f o r c e s need physicians to take c a r e of a c t i v e and r e t i r e d ser vice m e m b e r s and t h e i r f a m i l i e s The school is unique b e c a u s e it is the only medical school that c o m b i n e s tbe tradi tional basic and clinical s c i e n c e c u r r i c ulum with m i l i t a r y m e d i c i n e The o b jeot of the USUHS School of Medicine is to c r e a t e a c a d r e of m i l i t a r y medical o f f i c e r s who a r e as c o m f o r t a b l e in mil itary field hospitals a s they a r e in m a )or military m e d i c a l c e n t e r s

rlusive of g r a d u a t e m e d i c a l education, in e x c h a n g e for their four y e a r s of m e d i c a l e d u c a t i o n In an e f f o r t to provide m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n about USUHS to m i n o n u e s _ a n d w o m e n about c a r e e r s in m e d i c i n e and the m i l i t i a r y . the USUHS School of M e d i c i n e has established a p r o g h r a m c a l l e d AQUA in its a d m i s sions o f f i c e AQUA s t a n d s for Acces sior of Q u a l i f i e d U n d e r - r e p r e s e n t e d Applicants A p p l i c a n t s to the p r o g r a m m u s t have a t t a i n e d a b a c c a l a u r e a t e d e g r e e as of J u n e 30 of the y e a r of planned m a t r i c u

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H a r v e y Failor

Danial O'Day

11 candidates grapple with school issues To help i n f o r m v o t e r s on c a n d i d a t e s in Monday s election f o r tbe P l y m o u t h Canton Board of E d u c a t i o n , the Obs e r v e r N e w s p a p e r sent out a question n a i r e on issues to all c a n d i d a t e s The c a n d i d a t e s r e s p o n d i n g were Glenn Sehroeder Dean S w a r t r w e l t e r Nancy Quinn. Les Walker, K a r e n Mur ' phy, Daniel O'Day, C h e s t e r L i a n a . Har vey Failor, Carol B o l l m a n . and Rich ard S u m p t e r Liana s u b m i t t e d biographical m a t e r i a l but did not a n s w e r any questions, e x p l a i n i n g he h a s been a resident for only 16 m o n t h s and is not f a m i l i a r with t h e school issues Two persons will be e l e c t e d to four year t e r m s on tbe school board Sehroeder is t h e only i n c u m b e n t run ning as Flossie Tonda has decided against seeking r e - e l e c t i o n Trustees not up for election this year include Tom Y a c k . E l a i n e K i r c h g a t t e r and David Artley of Canton, and Roland T h o m a s and D.J McClendon of P l y m o u t h The election will be held Monday. J u n e 11. with t h e polls open at 7 a m and closing at 8 p . m The questions asked by the O b s e r v e r and the a n s w e r s of t h e c a n d i d a t e s fol low Q U E S T I O N : A r e yoo ui f a v o r of the school b o a r d ' s r e q u e s t f o r 1.74 addi tional o p e r a t i n g mills"* Why or why o o f How shoald the new r e v e n u e be spent if tbe p r o p o s a l is approved** m a x i m u m ISO-word a n s w e r ) .

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B o l l m a a : "Yes, 1 a m in f a v o r of t h e milage. U n f o r t u n a t e l y it is not likely that a n y new p r o g r a m s c a n be s t a r t e d T h e new m o n e y will only c o v e r the continuing e x p e n s e s t h e d i s t r i c t now mc u r r s I don t think t h e r e s i d e n t s realize the kinds of m a i n t e n a n c e c o s t s w e a r e faced with We have to put a new roof on the Salem H S T h e s e kinds of costs a r e big ticket i t e m s The p a r e n t s at Hulsing. E r i c k s o n a n d Field want c h a n g e s m a d e in the housing of these students, a r c h i t e c t u a l c h a n g e s to the building M a n y b o a r d m e m b e r s a g r e e with the p a r e n t s but this is an expen sive v e n t u r e . " W a l k e r "1 feel the a d d i t i o n a l miliage is needed to s u s t a i n t h e p r o g r a m in our District at this t i m e and theref o r e support it T h e r e hasn't been a millage i n c r e a s e in f i v e y e a r s and inflation i n c r e a s e s m a k e it n e c e s s a r y The Board and C e n t r a l A d m i n i s t r a t i o n have e a r n e d out a w e l l - o r g a n i z e d and sincere e f f o r t in r e c e n t y e a r s to thoroughly review budget vs. costs with tbe objective of p r e s e r v i n g P r o g r a m by m a k i n g cuts when n e e d e d on a c a r e f u l ly prioritized basis My p r i n c i p l e criticism is that c o n c e r n with t h e h u m a n e l e m e n t is usually i g n o r e d in t h e mec h a n i c a l decision p r o c e s s The new revenue will b e l a r g e l y c o m m i t t e d to m a i n t a i n p r e s e n t f u n d i n g without inc u r r i n g an u n m a n a g e a b l e deficit going into the 85 86 y e a r If w e a r e f o r t u n a t e enough to r e a l i z e a higher-than-projected fund b a l a n c e n e x t y e a r , I would look to increasing block g r a n t s , reducing class sizes and r e s t o r i n g funding cut f r o m the Art a n d Athletic programs "

limit has been r e a c h e d Additional m o n e y is n e c e s s a r y to m a i n t a i n our p r o g r a m s We m u s t not allow any cuts t o be made" P a r t i c u l a r i l y i m p o r t a n t a r e the c o r e a r e a s . E n g l i s h (readingSocial Science, M a t h . Science, Comput er L i t e r a c y A s t e a d y e r o s i o n of quality educatiaw-scannot be p e r m i t t e d ' Our c h i l d r e n s minds a r e o u r m o s t precious resource" They a r e t h e l e a d e r s of the future I would focus m o n e t a r y support directly into the c l a s s r o o m w h e r e our c h i l d r e n would r e c e i v e t h e most b e n e fit In addition. I would like to see some of the support a r e a s s t r e n g t h e n e d - to b e judged on an i n d i v i d u a l basis We m u s t s t r i v e for q u a l t i y and excellence in education, m a k i n g o u r good schools better' F a i l o r Yes It a p p e a r s to be a fair r e q u e s t 1 u n d e r s t a n d t h a t the a p p r o v a l of this request will not add anything new into the b u d g e t but p e r m i t all ex isting p r o g r a m s to c o n t i n u e The cur rent b o a r d has i n d i c a t e d that f a i l u r e to pass this m i l l a g e will n e c e s s i t a t e c u t s to be d e t e r m i n e d Declining enrollm e n t s . new technology and increased c o s t s for utilities and s e r v i c e s have a profound impact upon budgetary needs " S e h r o e d e r "I a m in f a v o r of tbe 1 74 m i l l a g e i n c r e a s e s o u g h t by the school b o a r d in the J u n e e l e c t i o n The increm e n t a l m i l l a g e is n e c e s s a r y if the dist r i c t is to m a i n t a i n t h e p r o g r a m s curr e n t l y in place. Without t h e m i l l a g e inc r e a s e the d i s t r i c t c o u l d m a k e it thru the 1984-85 school y e a r with the fund e q u i t y b a l a n c e a t a p p r o x i m a t e l y zero The d i s t r i c t h o w e v e r , would be 3 0 million s h o r t for t h e 1985-86 school y e a r which would r e q u i r e a p p r o x i m a t e l y 3 0 m i l l s to c o v e r t h e s h o r t f a l l or m a j o r r e d u c t i o n s in s t a f f p e r s o n n e l Over tbe past few y e a r s t h e district has been s k i m p i n g on t h e r e p l a c e m e n t of e q u i p m e n t in the schools, buses and m a j o r r e h a b i l i t a t i o n p r o g r a m s such as r o o f s If the m i l l a g e f a i l s f u r t h e r cuts m u s t be m a d e in these a r e a s which will u l t i m a t e l y lead to m a j o r d e t e r i o r a t i o n in the buildings and e q u i p m e n t of the district " S w a r t x w e l t e r . It is v e r y disappointing t h a t the B o a r d h a s not released m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n a b o u t how the additional mills would be s p e n t if a p p r o v e d , or w h a t would not be provided if rej e c t e d Tbe people do not h a v e a clear set of a l t e r n a t i v e s to guide t h e m in their decision The r e c e n t l y a p p r o v e d f i v e p e r c e n t e m p l o y e c o n t r a c t for 1985-86 m a k e s it c l e a r the additional r e v e n u e will be r e q u i r e d to c o v e r Dist r i c t labor costs in 198&-1986 In addition. s o m e r e s t o r a t i o n s in a t h l e t i c s and o t h e r a r e a s m a y be possible if the request is a p p r o v e d F o r t h e o v e r a l l support of e d u c a t i o n in the D i s t r i c t , and to avoid f u r t h e r r e d u c t i o n s in the District. I s u p p o r t the B o a r d ' s b a l l o t r e q u e s t . ' '

O ' D a y : "I a m not in f a v o r of the schools 1 7 4 mil i n c r e a s e The schools, like any other business, tend to waste m o n e y I believe t h a t a b u d g e t r e o r g a n ization would solve a n y e x i s t i n g budget p r o b l e m If f a c t , w h e n t b e board was a s k e d how the new r e v e n u e would be used, they didn't k n o w ' They did. S a m p l e r . "I c a n not s u p p o r t the 1.74 spend the n e x t 25 minutes m i l l a g e i n c r e a s e The b o a r d h a s s t a t » T ~ a g r e e i n g that tbe i n c r e a s e w a s needed t h e r e is enough s u r p l u s f u n d s tn the 83 I believe the v o t e r s will t u r n down the 84 budget to b a l a n c e t h e 84 85 budget increase T h e r e a r e too m a n y u n c e r t a i n v a r i a bles r e g a r d i n g school f i n a n c i n g and costs 1 U n d e t e r m i n e d l e v e l j of s t a t e QUESTION: Did the school b o a r d last funding 2 P r o p e t y v a l u e s 3 E n r o l f a l l o e g o t i a t e too m a c h . too little, or m e n t 4 A d e f i n a t e r e q u e s t for a milj « t tbe right a m o u n t of i n c r e a s e for lage r e n e w a l of 8 mills e x p i r i n g in J a n e m p l o y e e s ? Why"* How w o a l d yoa evaluary 1985 B e c a u s e of i t e m n u m b e r 4 u a t e t b e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n ' ! handling of any increase in t a x e s should not even the labor d i s p u t e ? M a x i m u m 1M be concidered untill 1985 words). Should the m i l l a g e pass I would like to have s a f e t y bussing r e i n s t i t o e d and c o a c h e s s a l a r i e s par with o t h e r districts " Marpfey: Based on all the i n f o r m a tion I've been a b l e to g a t h e r . I believe an increase is n e c c e s s a r y at this particu l a r point and t i m e T h e r e hasn't been a m i l e a g e i n c r e a s e in five y e a r s and coats have continued to rise steadily I would like to see a s m u c h m o n e y a s possible d i r e c t e d to t h e c l a s s r o o m and to i m p r o v i n g t h e q u a l i t y of the education we a r e giving to s t u d e n t s I feel it is i m p o r t a n t t o look for and e l i m i n a t e w a s t e in the school s y s t e m Waste should not be t o l e r a t e d , and not p e r p e t u a t e d with the t a x p a y e r s of this comm u n i t y ' s hard e a r n e d m o o e y " Qatnn: "Yea I a m in f a v o r of the request for 1.74 a d d i t i o n a l o p e r a t i n g mills O a r d i s t r i c t h a s not had a mil lage i n c r e a s e in five y e a r s Conservat i v e m o n e y m a n a g e m e n t h a s allowed as this b r e a t h e r Now, h o w e v e r the

S u m p t e r The b o a r d n e g o t i a t e d too little I don't believe they e n t e r e d into negotiations with a n o p e n mind, but rather dictated the contract results This c a u s e d c o n t i n u i n g s t a f f disharmony " S e h r o e d e r T h e school b o a r d o f f e r last y e a r w a s r e a s o n a b l e based on the r a t e of inflation and w h a t the district could a f f o r d . The a d m i n i s t r a t i o n handled t b e dispute in a v e r y s a t i s f a c t o r y m a n n e r The d i s p u t e did not a r i s e as a result of any action t a k e n by the board or the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n but the t e a c h e n decision to withold t h e i r s e r v i c e s even though they had a valid c o n t r a c t with a no s t r i k e clause The c o m m u n i t y w a s a p p r i s e d of the s i t u a t i o n t h r u t h e newsp a p e r s and p a r e n t s r e c e i v e d l e t t e r s f r o m the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n a d v i s i n g t h e m of the districts position on t h e m a t t e r ' O ' D a y : "Although I c a n ' t c l a i m any e x p e r t i s e in this m a t t e r . I would say t h a t t h e b o a r d did not n e g o t i a t e enough The b o a r d ' s f i r s t priority

(3 p e r c e n t and 6 p e r c e n t r a i s e s ) w e r e r e a l i s t i c and a p p r o p r i a t e c o n s i d e r i n g tbe economic situation of t h e local and s t a t e finances Tbe t e a c h e r s / a d m i n i s t r a t o r s willingness to n e g o t i a t e a one y e a r extention (of 5 p e r c e n t ) w i t h o u t third p a r t y involvement s h o w s r e a l p r o g r e s s toward cooperation t h r o u g h e f f e c t i v e c o m m u n i c a t i o n . We need to build a strong bond of t r u s t b e t w e e n e v e r y p a r t y concerned so t h a t w e c a n c o n c e n t r a t e on our goal of q u a l i t y educ a t i o n for our children "

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should h a v e been getting the kids b a c k however because the walkout ocinto c l a s s e s The a d m i n i s t r a t i o n did a curred" t e r r i b l e j o b h a n d l i n g the s t r i k e T h e y F a i l o r "I don't believe too much w a s should h a v e been working with t h e stunegotiated last f a l l for e m p l o y e e s If d e n t s b e s t i n t e r e s t s in mind, and t h e y t h e budget could h a v e h a n d l e d It, probweren't-" ably a l a r g e r i n c r e a s e m i g h t have been ^ w a r t x w e l t e r : The a v e r a g e a n n u a l in o r d e r . 1 a m not opposed to paying i n c r e a s e f o r t h e t w o y e a r s of t h e congood w a g e s if and w h e n q u a l i t y s e r v i c e t r a c t is a b o u t 4.5 p e r c e n t — the g o i n g is f o r t h c o m i n g . T h e r e a r e a l s o legal asr a t e of i n f l a t i o n in Michigan Considerp e c t s in l a b o r n e g o t i a t i o n s which ing t h e f i n a n c i a l position of t h e Disn e c e s s i t a t e s b o a r d s of e d u c a t i o n to retrict. and that the contract was ratified spond a s d i c t a t e d by t h e law and the by e m p l o y e s , it is probably a r e a s o n situation " a b l e s e t t l e m e n t for both the D i s t r i c t Murphy: "I f e e i the i n c r e a s e negotiand e m p l o y e s Tbe negotiations last ated w a s f a i r and r e a l i s t i c given the fall obviously w e r e not handled welJ c u r r e n t finacial s i t u a t i o n of the disb e c a u s e an e m p l o y e walkout o c c u r r e d t r i c t A d m i n s t r a t i o n ' s handling of the The n e g o t i a t i o n process failed All situation w a s poor The waiting, and n e g o t i a t i o n s t r a t e g y sessions b e t w e e n lack of c o m m u n i c a t i o n all contributed A d m i n i s t r a t i o n and the Board w e r e se-
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W a l k e r "Tbe negotiated i n c r e a s e last Fall was a fair a m o u n t When all the e m o t i o n subsided, both s i d e s probably c o n c u r r e d In f a c t , the o n e - y e a r extension to the t e a c h e r ' s a g r e e m e n t indic a t e s both sides felt c o m f o r t a b l e with the s e t t l e m e n t . However, it ignored s o m e financial issues that could h a v e b e e n easily settled, such a s t h e a i d e s r e q u e s t for Blue Cross-Blue Shield cove r a g e for eight aides, l e a v i n g those people feeling short-changed. I would e v a l u a t e the A d m i n i s t r a t i o n / B o a r d h a n d l i n g of the labor dispute a s unnec e s s a r i l y c o m b a t i v e and s h o r t - s i g h t e d It w a s directed m o r e M r o m vindictiven e s s than f r o m a sincere i n t e r e s t in reaching a mutually agreeable settlement " Bollman: "Its easy to b e a Monday m o r n i n g q u a r t e r b a c k . To say y e s t e r d a y I would have. . . No one c a n c h a n g e y e s t e r d a y Their does s e e m t o b e a communication problem b e t w e e n the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n and t h e e m p l o y e e s — not only t e a c h e r s I think s o m e of our a n c i l l a r y service personnell a r e o f t e n being overlooked." Q U E S T I O N : As a board m e m b e r , w h a t would you ask be done as a r e s u l t of the c a n c e l l a t i o n of the Student A r t f e s t and resignation of F r e d T h o m a j u T A r e these isolated incidents or a r e they ind i c a t i v e of a larger p r o b l e m ? {75 word maximum). , Murphy: "I hope the S t u d e n t A r t f e s t c a n be a reality next y e a r a n d in t h e y e a r s to c o m e The A r t f e s t is good for t h e c o m m u n i t y and all those involved It a l l o w s the c o m m u n i t y to s e e s o m e of t h e positive things that a r e h a p p e n i n g in a r e schools I ' m s u r e there a r e o t h e r c o n t r i b u t i n g f a c t o r s in these o c c u r a n c e s , which should be looked into and e x a m i n e d m o r e closely, r a t h e r than ignored. Quinn: "The resignation of F r e d Thom a n n and other coaches, and c a n c e l l a tion of the student Artfest a r e visible s i g n s of a much d e e p e r p r o b l e m . Money is t h e reason given I believe t h a t is only p a r t i a l l y true The strike, coupled with a lack of trust and c o m m i t t m e n t t o t h e s e p r o g r a m s is the r e a l c a u s e As a B o a r d m e m b e r , I would l i s t e n / d i s c u s s the situations Hopefully, t h e s e p e o p l e and p r o g r a m s could be reinstituted." W a l k e r "While funding r e d u c t i o n s a r e involved, I really don't believe they r e p r e s e n t the basic issue or t h e p r i m a -

ry c o n c e r n s of t h e c o a c h e s and Art teachers. T h e s e incidents a r e not isor lated. but t h e result of an e v e r increasing g a p in c o m m u n i c a t i o n b e t w e e n the employees and the B o a r d / A d m i n i s t r a tion. As a Board m e m b e r , I would work with the c o a c h e s and Art t e a c h e r s to get a full u n d e r s t a n d i n g of t h e real problems, be they m o r a l e or financial, and t a k e action to r e s o l v e t h e m '" O'Day: "I believe t h e t w o protests a r e isolated incidents, but should be taken seriously The board believes that t h e r e is no m o n e y to g i v e t h e prog r a m s in question, when a c t u a l l y , t h e r e is. R e o r g a n i z i n g t h e b u d g e t would avoid such p r o t e s t s . " S u m p t e r : "An open m e e t i n g with all e x t r a c o r n c u l a r staff e m p l o y e e s to d e t e r m i n e w h a t is the p r o b l e m . Once the problem is identified, t a k e actions to i m p r o v e t h e e x t r a c u r n c u l a r prog r a m for our c h i l d r e n " Bollman: "I don't think our crediability as an e d u c a t i o n a l a g e n c y should be d e t e r m i n e d by who c o a c h e s o u r athletic t e a m s The a r t f e s t w a s a c o m m u n i ty-district wide a c t i v i t y and I hope we can r e i n s t a t e this kind of i n t e r e s t in our schools Again I think, the c o m m u n i c a tion b e t w e e n t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n and the e m p l o y e e s need f e n c e m e n d i n g . " F a i l o r "I b e l i e v e t h e incidents a r e r e a c t i o n s to t h e e v e n t s which h a v e occ u r r e d d u r i n g t h e p a s t f e w y e a r s in labor relations. It would a p p e a r t h a t these incidents a r e m a n i f e s t a t i o n s of a l a r g e r p r o b l e m I t h i n k t h e r e needs t o be an indepth e f f o r t m a d e to i m p r o v e the trust f a c t o r and to i m p r o v e comm u n i c a t i o n s a m o n g all who a r e a f f e c t ed by decisions m a d e by the b o a r d of education R e s p e c t e d citizens m i g h t join in an e f f o r t to r e s e a r c h t h e issues and m a k e r e c o m m e n d a t i o n s to overcome the p r o b l e m s . " S w a r t z w e l t e r " T r y t o i m p r o v e communications between the affected groups and A d m i n i s t r a t i o n and the Board I do not believe in taking actions that could f u r t h e r isolate these groups into m o r e a d v e r s a r i a l positions. Only the a f f e c t e d people could respond as to w h e t h e r these a c t i o n s w e r e t a k e n at r a n d o m or p a r t of an o v e r a l l plan There is, h o w e v e r , a m e s s g e t h a t w e all should recognize m a n y g r o u p s feel isolated and left out of t h e m a i n s t r e a m of Administration and B o a r d s u p p o r t . " Sehroeder: " T h e Art, Music and Physical E d u c a t i o n p r o g r a m s a t the ele m e n t a r y level in1>ur d i s t i r c t a r e superior to any d i s t r i c t in W a y n e County The t e a c h e r s lack s u p p o r t f o r t h e Student Artfest based on t h e b o a r d s funding of these p r o g r a m s is ridiculous. Mr. T h o m a n n ' s r e s i g n a t i o n is r e g r e t a b l e a s he is a fine m a n and an e x c e l l e n t coach. The board is c o m m i t t e d to a good athletic p r o g r a m at the s e c o n d a r y level but u n f o r t u n a t e l y c a n n o t d e m o n s t r a t e this c o m m i t m e n t with m o n i e s . "

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T a x h i k e , 11 c o n t e n d e r s o n b a l l o t M o n d a y C a n t o n and P l y m o u t h resid e n t s will be v o t i n g on a tax r e q u e s t to levy 1 74 a d d i t i o n a l operating m i l l s f o r seven y e a r s On the s a m e ballot residents will be e l e c t i n g t w o c a n d i d a t e s to f o u r - y e a r t e r m s on the Plymouth-Canton B o a r d

of Education The polls will open at 7 a m and close at 8 p.m. Anyone standing in line at 8 p . m will be allowed to vote The a d m i n i s t r a t i o n s t r e s s e s that added f u n d s a r e needed to m a i n t a i n the school d i s t r i c t ' s c u r r e n t p r o g r a m and services, and to b a l a n c e the operating

Tax backers form group The Citizens Election C o m m i t t e e has been m e e t i n g to work for t h e pass a g e of t b e 1 74 m i l l s being r e q u e s t e d by Plymouth-Canton Community Schools a t t h e Mooday school e l e c tion C o - c h a i n Stephen Harper and Carol D a v i s a r e pleased with t h e response v a r i o u s groups have given t o help p a a s t h e m i l l a g e R e s i d e n t s h a v e volunteered to s e r v e on t h e f i n a n c e c o m m i t t e e , publicity c o m m i t t e e and phone c o m m i t tee Staff m e m b e r s also a r e helping t o c o n t a c t r e s i d e n t s to vote Special education and TAG parent c o m m i t t e e s a r e d i r e c t l y e n d o r s i n g the m i l l a g e " T h i s e l e c t i o n is i m p o r t a n t b e c a u s e t b e d i s t r i c t ' s financial p i c t u r e h a s c h a n g e d o v e r t h e last few y e a r s . " s a i d

H a r p e r "The SEV is down The total t a x r a t e ts down, but the coat of educ a t i n g children has continued to increase " The total tax r a t e has decreased 1 38 mills in the p a s t four y e a r s due to debt r e t i r e m e n t Tbe school district h a s not had an i n c r e a s e in operating m i l l a g e since 1979 Anyone interested in helping the m i l l a g e . o r anyone having questions, m a y c o n t a c t H a r p e r at 455-8484 or Davis a t 453-7432 "We want to r e a c h as m a n y people as possible with i n f o r m a t i o n about bow i m p o r t a n t this election is to the s t u d e n t s in this d i s t r i c t . " said Davis Polls will be open f r o m 7 a.m. to 8 p m Monday at school election precincts.

b u d g e t s for the coming t w o school fisc a l y e a r s — through J u n e 1986. F o r the coming s c h q f l y e a r , expenses a r e expected to exceed i n c o m e by SI 4 million, a c c o r d i n g t o R a y Hoedel. assistant s u p e r i n t e n d e n t for business "Without the a d d e d f u n d s , t h e b o a r d would have to m a k e a b o u t f 1 million in cuts along with e l i m i n a t i n g the p r o j e c t e d fund b a l a n c e of t h e 198384 school year ^ Superintendent D r John M. Hoben notes that the 1.74 mills is not a big a m o u n t but is needed to " m a i n t a i n m u c h of what we need and w a n t for e d u c a t i o n in the P l y m o u t h - C a n t o e school district. " F o r the past five y e a r s , " Hoben s t r e s s e d , "the district has m a d e a r e a l e f f o r t to m a i n t a i n p r o g r a m s a n d services and m a k e only those c u t s necea-* s a r y to balance the bodget The m o n e y h a s been spent wisely. "But the simple f a c t is t h a t the school district needs m o r e m o o e y t o , c o n t i n u e the p r o g r a m for w h a t has* been called our m e a t i m p o r t a n t res o u r c e - the young people of o u r c o m munity " Hoben said that t h e m e m b e r s of t h e school board have no c r y s t a l b a l l a n d c a n n o t p r e d i c t w h a t t h e f u t u r e will b e , " b u t they have d e t e r m i n e d t h a t a t !

1 74 mills is needed to m a i n t a i n w h a t we now have "This m e a n s such a r e a s a s m a i n t a i n ing p r e s e n t c l a s s size, p u r c h a s i n g needed textbooks, buses to s a f e l y a n d properly t r a n s p o r t s t u d e n t s , a p r o g r a m for students wbo h a v e been u n a b l e t o cope successfully with our ' c h e m i c a l society,' funding for all t y p e s of a t h l e t i c s , 8 p r o g r a m for t a l e n t e d and g i f t e d students. and p r o j e c t e d i n c r e a s e s in sacfa necessities a s m a i n t e n a n c e and energy" Hoben a d d e d " E v e n though t h e need is not a highly visible one. tt is r e a l . The Board of E d u c a t i o n will not close dowp schools or s t o p busing or discontinue athletics But w i t h o u t the 1 7 4 mills, the board will h a v e to m a k e s o m e c u d which would d e c r e a s e t h e f u t a r e opportunities for our young p e o p l e . " The a d m i n i s t r a t i o n c l a i m s very little money would b e a v a i l a b l e for res tot stion, if the 1.74 m i l l s Is approved, but the sdded i n c o m e would b e used f o t classroom t e x t b o o k s a n d teaching soppllea, m a i n t a i n i n g c u r r e n t level of preg r a n t s and servlcee, b a l a n c i n g the "8485 o p e r a t i n g bodget and helping bala n c e t h e 85-84 budget

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Cornftiuecl f r o m P a g e 1 ice, a c t i o n s that a p p e a r to v i o l a t e t h a t s t a t u t o r y prohibition In Suchy s l e t t e r to the Merit Com m i s s i o n , he said. As our c o n v e r s a t i o n * i t h C a n h a m ) p r o g r e s s e d it b e c a m e

Mack to run unopposed Unlike other office seekers. Wayne C o u n t y C o m m i s s i o n e r Milton M a c k w o n ' t be pressing the flesh in a q u e s t for v o t e s b e t w e e n now and N o v e m b e r T h e W a y n e D e m o c r a t will be unopposed in his re-election bid to r e p r e s e n t t h e 11th d i s t r i c t M a c k , 35, an a t t o r n e y w a s e l e c t e d to a t w o - y e a r t e r m in N o v e m b e r 1982."I h a v e e n j o y e d w o r k i n g with and s e r v i n g t h e p e o p l e in t h e 11th district and hope fo c o n t i n u e to do so, he said M a c k s district includes Canton T o w n s h i p , Wayne. R o m u l u s , Belleville F l a t Rock Rock wood. Van B u r e n Township. Huron Township and S u m p t e r Township He is a lifelong resi d e n t of w e s t e r n Wayne County. T h e past rtro y e a r s have been u n i q u e for the county due to t h e introd u c t i o n of the new c h a r t e r , Mack said D u r i n g this t i m e the c h a r t e r h a s been c o n s t a n t l y challenged and tested by the c o m m i s s i o n e r s and the county e x e c u l i v e ( W i l l i a m Lucas ; I view this next t e r m a s o n e in which w e can e x p e r i e n c e m o r e of the a d v a n t a g e s of a h o m e - r u l e c o u n t y M a c k said M a c k has been a s t r o n g s u p p o r t e r of the H o r m ^ u l e C h a r t e r which took ef feet t w o y e a r s ago

He f r e q u e n t l y has u p d a t e d C a n t o n residents on county issues both at township m e e t i n g s and in a m o b i l e o f f i c e " he d r i v e s through the d i s t r i c t An opponent of new landfills, he h a s worked to d e v e l o p a plan for solid waste disposal which r e d u c e s d e p e n d ence or l a n d f i l l s He also has w o r k e d t o w a r d developing s t r o n g e r p r o g r a m s for m a i n t e n a n c e of c o u n t y - o w n e d roads, ditches and drains Mack has introduced o r d i n a n c e s to provide relief to t a x p a y e r s for c o u n t y drair. a s s e s s m e n t s and to r e d u c e public money for hiring outside counsel When Wayne County w a s put on a f o u r - d a y work week, the c o m m i s s i o n e r r e q u e s t ed hts s a l a r y be cut by 20 p e r c e n t as well Mack, who is with the D e t r o i t law f i r m of T u c k e r , B a r b o u r and M a c k e a r n e d his law degree in 1975 f r o m Wayne S t a t e University a n d his bachelor s d e g r e e f r o m E a s t e r n MichiganUniversity in 1972 He r e c e i v e d t h e Distinguished Alumni A w a r d f r o m Wayne M e m o r i a l High School m 1983 During his first t e r m as cojinty c o m missioner, Mack was selected to s e r v e as vice c h a i r m a n of the c o u n t y P u b l i c Works C o m m i t t e e , Solid W a s t e M a n a g e m e n t P l a n n i n g C o m m i t t e e a n d the

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We had just s t a r t e d t o s l e e p at a m u n i c i p a l building when w e h e a r d gun f i r e all around'us. We j u m p e d u p t o s e e w h a t w a s happening." B a u n e z s a i d and found a fesitival going on a n d people shooting guns in c e l e b r a t i o n . " Tbe duo a d m i t tbe t r i p h a s not alw a y s been fun "We will be happy to finish. It's h a r d s o m e t i m e s , w e lack m a n y t h i n g s . " Baunez said. "When we a r e on t b e r o a d it Is good We a r e getting there. It Is h a r d when we a r e stopped " Gobillot. using a d o g - e a r e d pocketsize atlas, describes the r e s t of t h e i r journey "We go to California, then A u s t r a l i a . N e w Zealand. J a p a n . China. Asia but

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The winner will s q u a r e off with ei ther Georgia G r a m l i c h of Belleville or T h e o d o r e J a c q u e s of R o m u l u s Republicans The seat is being v a c a t e d by v e t e r a n l a w m a k e r E d w a r d E M a h a l a k . DR o m u l u s who is s t e p p t n g down due l a r g e l y to health p r o b l e m s C H A R L E S STOCK W E L L of 35415 E i m in Wayne was the sole c a n d i d a t e filing for a s e a t on t h e Wayne County C o m m u n i t y College B o a r d of T r u s t e e s in t h e 9th District The d i s t r i c t includes the Wavne-Westland and Van Buren

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H a r r y T r u m a n said it best. If you c a n ' t stand the heal get out of the kitchen' " In March. Poole r e q u e s t e d — under the F r e e d o m of I n f o r m a t i o n Act that Sterlini p r o v i d e s p e c i f i c r e c o r d s to v e r i f y her a l l e g a t i o n s The Merit C o m m i s s i o n m e t with Sterlini s e v e r a l times, a t t e m p t i n g to vindicate the classified e m p l o y e e s and finally s u b p e o n a e d her Sterlini c o n t e n d s tbe i n f o r m a t i o n Poole and the Merit C o m m i s s i o n wanted is a m a t t e r of public r e c o r d In an April m e m o to Poole, Sterlini

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C H A N N E L 15 ning at 8 p m in Kellogg Park In cstae • C O M P U T E R PIX Monday. June 11 — Dunning-Hough of bad weather, tbe program will be Public Library will again hold its Com Announcements for Brevities presented in the gymnasium of Plym should he submitted by noon Mon- outh Canton High School Featured so- puter P n program for young adults day for the Thursday issue ami try loists will be Plymouth Salem High this summer Come to tbe library or noon Thursday for the Monday is- senior Beth Lewis with a marimba solo June 11 to fill out tbe questionnaire and you will receive a computerized list of s u e Briny in or mail a n n o u n c e and Plymouth Canton High senior Matt books which match your interests For m e n t s to the O b s e r v e r at S Ruppert with a tuba solo more information, call 453-0750 M a i n , P l y m o u t h 4X170 F o r m s a r e at'aUaWe upon request • FELLOWS CREEK GARAGE • COOKING WITHOUT MEAT SALE Monday. June 11 A series of four Friday. Saturday, June 8 9 Fel• F I E G E L I C E C R E A M SOCIAL vegetarian cooking classes, sponsored lows Creek Civic Association will hold Thursday. June 7 — An ice cream by Better Living Seminars, will be held its annual garage sale from 9 a m to 5 from 7 9 p m on Mondays and Thurs social will be held f r o m 5-9 p m al p m Friday and Saturday south of Fiegel Elementary School Event will days from June 11-21 at the com mm u Ford Road and west of Sheldon Road include moonwalk. dunk tank, popcorn nity room of Metropolitan Seventh-Day Many houses participating ice cream, hot dogs and games Adventist Church at 15585 Haggerty Road Plymouth ponation accepted • CLOTHING DRIVE • P I T IN BAY T R I P To register call 464 8339 between 8-10 Saturday. June 9 A clothing col Thursday. June 7 Plymouth Parks a m Lectures and cooking demonstra lection for Plymouth-Canton Clothing & Recreation in cooperation with Bian tions will cover vegetarian breakfasts Bank will be held from 9 30 11 30 a m co Travel & Tours is sponsoring a one lunches and dinner entrees as well as at the Allen School parking lot on Hag day trip to Put-In-Bav. n historic Lake low or sugar free desserts gerty Road just north of Ann Arbor Erie island just north of Sandusky, Ohio Departure is June 7 and fee LS Road Bring in good used clothing Chil• HEARING CHANGES dren s clothing is particularly needed (38 Tour price Includes motorcoach Tuesday June 12 — A free program This community service project is on transporation. ferry boat to the island, Age-Related Hearing Changes being conducted bv Brian Crum of Boy island tour on the tour tram, lunch on will be held 12 30-1 30 p m at the Scout Troop 743 for the rank of Eagle the island, visit to Perry National P l y m o u t h C u l t u r a l C e n t e r . 525 Scout Monument, admission and tour of Farmer, by the Catherine McAuley Heineman Winery and Crystal Cave Health Center Main speaker will be • CANTON COUNTRY FESTIInterested adults may contact the de Nels R OLson, M D Free blood pres VAL partment at 455 6620 sure screening will be available from Sunday, June 10 The Plymouth Fife & Drum Corps will perform at 1 10 a m to 2 p m Anyone needing a ride should call 455-3670 • SYMPHONY BAND CONCERT p rti for the Canton Country Festival Friday. June 8 The final concert The corps also will appear in concert of the 1983-84 season will be presented July 21 for Dearie Days in Old Village • M O N T R E A L TRAIN T R I P free by the Plymouth Centennial Edu Plymouth Friday, June 15 - Plymouth-Canton cational Park Symphony Band begin BREVITIES DEADLINES

»«rnior cit.wns are taking a weekend trip to M >ntreal June 15-18 Three night package includes rail trans porta uoo from Windsor bellman s gratuities tour of the city, and three nights at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel Charge of $229 based on double occupancy For further information, call Gene Sund at 420-0614 or Sparkv Kallunki at 459 0382 SUMMER STORYT1ME Tuesday. June 19 — Dunning-Hough L i b r a r y * Summer Storyt i m e for pre scboolers age 3-5 will be at 10 15 a m Tuesdays beginning June 26 Registration is required and will be held at 10 a m in person on June 19 or at 10 30 a m that day by phone bv calling 4530750

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W E I G H T NO M O R E - Tuesday Thursday. June 19, 21 A f r e e introductory session will be held for the Weight-No-More method of weight loss at 2 p m and 7 30 p.m in the community education room of Oakwood Hospital-Can ton Warren at Can ton Center Road • MUSIC BOOSTERS G A R A G E SALE Saturday. June 23 — Tbe PlymouthCanton Music Boosters will have a ga r a g e sale from 8 a m to 5 p m in the c a f e t e r i a of Plymouth Canton High School on Canton Center Road just south of Joy Residents may bring in



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SOROPTIMIST GOLF OUTING Saturday. June 23 — Tbe Livonia Plymouth Soroptimist Club's fourth an nual golf outing will be held at Fellows Creek Golf Club 2936 LoU Road ( Mich igan Avenue at 1-275) in Canton Charge is $35 per person for 18 holes golf, dinner and prizes $30 Las nine holes, dinner and prizes or $12 idr din ner only Tee-off time is 11 a m and dinner at 6 p m Proceeds will benefit the Hospice of Southeastern Michigan and other service projects For reser vations, contact Georgie Abell at 261 8260



MEDICARE SEMINAR Wednesday. June 27 — A seminar or Medicare reimbursement will be held at 2 p m at Oakwood Hospital-Canton at Warren and Canton Center roads The program will be presented by Eliz abeth Murtagh. field service represent ative for government p r o g r a m s for Blue Cross Blue Shield Seminar will include an explanation of the Medicare

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R E D CROSS B L O O D M O B I L E Saturday. June 30 — Tbe A m e n c a r Red Cross Bloodmobil^srwill be at Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church at 1060 Penniman Avenue. Plymouth from 9 a m to 3 p m To m a k e an appointment to donate blood call Jean Micbellni at home at 453-4573 or at work at 523-6817 •

CHICAGO W E E K E N D The city of Plymouth P a r k s and Rec reation Department in cooperation with Bianco Travel & Tours is sponsor ing a weekend trip to Chicago July 6-8 for $165. based on double occupancy Tour includes three days two nights in Hilton Palmer House. Chicago city and shopping tour, city tour of Marshall Mich , wine and champagne, show tick ets with transporation, bus transports tion. one full breakfast, lunch at Win Schulers, one dinner, winery tour, bag gage handling, and an optional night life tour Any interested adult may con tact recreation d e p a r t m e n t at 455 6620 •

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F R I D A Y ( J u n e 8) 2 p.m Get On Board - A look at 40 rainy days and nights performed by Northville C h r a Uan Community School 2:30 p.m Hank Luks vs Crime — Discussion centers on rape Victim Sharon Ingram and nurse Kathleen Clarke talk about the problems occunng as a result of this crime 3 p.m. Sports Scope - Weekly review of college sports in Michigan S:30 p.m Greater Detroit Enterprise 4 p.m Wayne County A New Perspective Inforrflation on Wayne County from County Executive William Lucas 4:30 p.m. Jokes-A-Plenty - Wacky, mad-cap comedy with jokes galore from residents Also a pyrotechnics demonstration with Mr Fuse and his assistant Sparky 5 p.m. 83 Highlights Canton Country Festival — Re-live some of the excitement and fun of last year's parade and get prepared for Qiis year's extravanganza on June 10 5:30 p.m Canton Country Festival Highlights & Rodeo 6 p.m. Yugoslavian Variety Hour A group of Yugoslavians from Hamtramck present this weekly show about their lifestyle 7 p.m. Health Talks — Dr C. Coccia talks about pediatric dentistry. Dr David Bogarad dicusses c a t a r a c t s while Dr David Wartel talks about agoraphobia 7:30 p.m. Cranbrook Hospice Series — A weekly health series This week's topic • good health care 8 p.m. TNT True Adventure Trails — "How to be Happier No Matter What." 8:30 p.m. . Divine Plan — A weekly Bible study program 9 p.m. . . Lifestyles — Diane Martina presents new guests each week for a lively discussion 9:30 p.m. Summit Lighthouse — F r o m the Everlasting Gospel Series "Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit" and The Fiery Message of John the B a p t i s t " 10:30 p.m. Hamtramck Rotary — Guest is Wayne County Prosectutor John O'Hare

Snow Health Center on campus. 9 p.m. Psychologically Speaking Host Bob Goodwin talks with Al Lebow, executive director of Fathers for Equal Rights about fathers as nurturers *3# p.m. Single Touch - Hosts J P McCar * thy and Dana Von Weber talk with local singles 10 p.m. Get On Board "- 1 l(fc3fl p.m H a m t r a m c k Rotary F R I D A Y (Jane 8) 7 p.m School Board Candiates F o r u m 9 p.m. Northville Memorial Day P a r a d e . 10 p . m . . . Stand-by 10:3® p m Cbef Bui-Cart) — The chef cooks up more tasty treats to fix while biking This week he visits Holloway's Bakery to create , desserts" 11 p.m. Project Friday Live - C.J. McZoom and Spaz play in downtown Plymouth

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N M O N D A Y , r e s i d e n t s of C a n t o n and P l y m o u t h will go to t h e polls to elect two persons to four-year t e r m s on t h e P l y m o u t h - C a n t o n Board of E d u c a t i o n and to d e c i d e t h e f a t e of a r e q u e s t for a 1.74-mill p r o p e r t y t a * i n c r e a s e for o p e r a t i o n s A n u m b e r of sound c a n d i d a t e s a r e a v a i l a b l e in t h e field of 11 W h a t e v e r the o u t c o m e , the n e e d s of s t u d e n t s , p a r e n t s , e m p l o y e e s and t a x p a y e r s will be well represent€*d Some candidates, however, a r e better than o t h e r s T h e O b s e r v e r N e w s p a p e r s has e x a m i n e d t h e b a c k g r o u n d of all c a n didates and e x p l o r e d how they r e a c t t o issues f a t i n g the d i s t r i c t S o m e w e h a v e w a t c h e d at t h e l e a g u e of W o m e n V o t e r s candidates forum others we have watched over the y e a r s The O b s e r v e r f i n d s t t l e a s t f o u r good c a n d i d a t e s who. if e l e c t e d , would do a c o m m e n d a b l e job Voters, though m a y choose only t w o So w e r e c o m m e n d the c a n d i d a t e s w e b e l i e v e d a r e best q u a l i f i e d T H E F O U R w h o s t a n d out a r e i n c u m bent Glenn S e h r o e d e r and c h a l l e n g e r s Dean S w a r t z w e l t e r N a n c v Quinn and Les Walker S e h r o e d e r is a k n o w n q u a n t i t y with a proven r e c o r d on t h e b o a r d He h a s m a d e v a l u a b l e c o n t r i b u t i o n s d u r i n g his t e n u r e , p a r t i c u l a r y in a d v i s i n g t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n on f i n a n c i a l r e p o r t i n g to t h e board and on t r a c k i n g t h e p e r f o r m a n c e of t h e food service c o m p a n y hired by t h e b o a r d He has b e c o m e a t e a m m e m b e r in d e c i s i o n - m a k ing and d o e s his h o m e w o r k But a t t i m e s S e h r o e d e r h a s b e e n too exu b e r a n t in e x p r e s s i n g his opinion on issues H e h a s , a t t i m e s , b e c o m e too arg u m e n t a t i v e with m e m b e r s of t h e audience and at o t h e r t i m e s has c o n t i n u e d to a r g u e his position with fellow t r u s t e e s after it is c l e a r a c o n s e n s u s a l r e a d y had been r e a c h e d AS A

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a b r u p t in d e a l i n g with the p u b l i c and h a s been a b r a s i v e when t o l e r a n c e and pa t i e n c e would h a v e s e r v e d h i m b e t t e r As b o a r d c h a i r m a n , he h a s e x h i b i t e d m u c h b e t t e r h u m a n r e l a t i o n s skills but t h e O b s e r v e r b e l i e v e s the 1984 c r o p of c a n d i d a t e s is s t r o n g enough t h a t v o t e r s would be b e t t e r s e r v e d looking e l s e w h e r e T h e c l e a r e s t c h o i c e w e s e e is L e s Walk e r , a n a r t i c u l a t e person with a b r i g h t an a l y t i c a l m i n d and a b a c k g r o u n d of in v o l v e m e n t in t h e school d i s t r i c t F o r five y e a r s . W a l k e r has been in t h e a u d i e n c e at m o s t m e e t i n g s of t h e P l y m o u t h - C a n t o n B o a r d of E d u c a t i o n He k n o w s t h e basis for d e c i s i o n s m a d e to d a t e He a l s o h a s an e s t a b l i s h e d r e c o r d of i n v o l v e m e n t with the schools WALKER SERVED a s c h a i r m a n of t h e b o a r d ' s 12x12x12 L e g i s l a t i v e Action C o m m i t t e e and as c h a i r m a n of t h e s u b s e q u e n t B o a r d Citizen L e g i s l a t i v e C o m m i t t e e H e also has been involved in p a r e n t advisory c o m m i t t e e s and the F T O A r e s i d e n t of P l y m o u t h f o r 13 y e a r s W a l k e r does not hedge on t h e i s s u e s but o f f e r s s p e c i f i c ideas on how t o i m p r o v e how to build on what is good how t o en r i c h a q u a l i t y p r o g r a m , and h o w t o t a k e c o r r e c t i v e a c t i o n in a r e a s w h e r e m i s t a k e s have been m a d e T h e O b s e r v e r e n d o r s e s t h e c a n d i d a c y of L e i W a l k e r and r e c o m m e n d s h i m t o our readers T H E C H O I C E b e t w e e n Q u i n n and S w a r t z w e l t e r is not so e a s y Both also h a v e been r e g u l a r a t t e n d e e s a t s c h o o l b o a r d m e e t i n g s B o t h a r e welli n l o r m e d a b o u t t h e p r o b l e m s and c h a l l e n g e s f a c i n g t h e d i s t r i c t B o t h h a v e involved t h e m s e l v e s in v o l u n t e e r w o r k for the district And both h a v e run for t h e s c h o o l b o a r d in t h e past and h a v e g a i n e d f r o m t h a t exp e r i e n c e Both S w a r t z w e l t e r a n d Quinn d e s e r v e a c h a n c e to s e r v e on t h e school b o a r d , but it is i m p o s s i b l e to e n d o r s e both

S w a r t z w e l t e r r a n for the s c h o o l b o a r d ;n 1979 and s e r v e d on t h e 12x12x12 finance c o m m i t t e e in 1982 H e is k n o w l e d g e a b l e a b o u t t h e housing n e e d s of the d i s t r i c t a s well a s its f i n a n c i a l possibilities and l i m i t a t i o n s He is a c l e a r adv o c a t e for q u a l i t y i n s t r u c t i o n a l p r o g r a m no one c a n q u e s t i o n his d e s i r e t o w o r k for e x c e l l e n c e in t h e c u r r i c u l u m Q l INN M O V E D to the c o m m u n i t \ m o r e t h a n 13 y e a r s a g o and h a s a b r o a d record of i n v o l v e m e n t a s a v o l u n t e e r She is a f o r m e r t e a c h e r a f o r m e r P T O pres'i dent and m e m b e r of t h e P l v m o u t h - C a n t o n P T O Council She h a s s e r v e d a s a m e m b e r of the AAl"W a n d P l y m o u t h C o m m u n i t y Arts Council a n d has b e e n a c t i v e in t h e Town Hall s e r i e s Quinn d e m o n s t r a t e d a s a c a n d i d a t e last y e a r and this y e a r h e r g r a s p of t h e issues facing t h e d i s t r i c t She a l s o is b r i g h t , a r t i c u l a t e and d e d i c a t e d B e t w e e n Q u i n n and S w a r t z w e l t e r t h e r e a r e m a n y s h a r e d q u a l i t i e s and e x p e r i e n c e s thai m a k e it tough to m a k e a c h o i c e

T h e b o a r d h a s g a i n e d b e t t e r b a l a n c e in r e c e n t y e a r s b e t w e e n m a l e and f e m a l e m e m b e r s . C a n t o n and P l y m o u t h r e s i d e n t s e d u c a t o r s and b u s i n e s s - o r i e n t e d c a n d i d a t e s , y o u n g e r and o l d e r c a n d i d a t e s It would be a s h a m e f o r t h a t b a l a n c e t o tip, t h r o u g h t h e f a u l t of no one. to one f e m a l e and six m a l e s While c o m m e n d i n g the q u a l i t i e s of Swartzwelter and Sehroeder the Observer e n d o r s e s as best q u a l i f i e d Les W a l k e r and Nancy Quinn — Observer Newspapers

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F o r t h e p a s t f i v e school y e a r s ^ P l y m outh-Canton C o m m u n i t y Schools h ^ p not asked v o t e r s f o r m o r e m o n e y — not bec a u s e t h e m o n e y w a s n ' t n e e d e d b u t bec a u s e t h e school b o a r d w a s r e a l i s t i c a b o u t the e c o n o m y and k n e w t h a t a c o m m u n i t y with l a r g e n u m b e r s of u n e m p l o y e d t a x p a y e r s s i m p l y could not a f f o r d to p a y m o r e , tn s p i t e of need. But now i t ' s t i m e t o t a k e a look a t t h e m i l l a g e r e q u e s t with e a c h one of us deciding w h e t h e r w e c a n a f f o r d in 1984 m e e t ing a r e s p o n s i b i l i t y t h a t w e c l e a r l y couldn't h a n d l e t h e p a s t f e w y e a r s T H E P L Y M O U T H - C A N T O N B o a r d of E d u c a t i o n is a s k i n g f o r a t a x i n c r e a s e of 1.74 m i l l s o r $1.74 p e r $1,000 s t a t e e q u a l ixed v a l u a t i o n (SEV) f o r s e v e n y e a r s P u t in t e r m s w e c a n u n d e r s t a n d , t h e request (if a p p r o v e d b y v o t e r s ) will cost $32.20 a y e a r f o r t h e o w n e r of a h o u s e valued a t $60,000, $69 60 m o r e a y e a r f o r the o w n e r of a n $60,000 house, $67 f o r a $100,000, o r a n a d d i t i o n a l $104.iO a y e a r for t h e o w n e r of a h o u s e v a l u e d a t $200,000 Divide t h o s e a m o u n t s by f i v e y e a r s (the

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any new money i, and the homeowners annual contribution to help meet rising expenses is $10 50, $13 92, $17.40 and $20 86 respectively. For homeowners, that's an increase of less than one-half a percent a year at a time when Inflation has ranged from 3 to 7 percent That difference is indicative of the good Job the administration and board has done tightening its fiscal belt d a r t * the recession. Cost-cutting measures have been instituted, maintenance projects delayed, bos replacements pot off, energy-saving steps taken and programs cut Even more significant though, are the

s a c r i f i c e s m a d e by e m p l o y e e s w h o d u r i n g t h e p a s t five y e a r s h a v e a c c e p t e d w a g e f r e e z e s and s a l a r y i n c r e a s e s t h a t did not k e e p u p with inflation, t h e r e b y r e d u c i n g t h e p u r c h a s i n g p o w e r a n d l i f e s t y l e of e a c h e m p l o y e e It is f a i r t o a s k f o r t h a t kind of s a c r i f i c e when times a r e tough Employees h a v e acted responsibly; now t a x p a y e r s must act equally responsibly A C T U A L L Y , t h e i n c r e a s e , if a p p r o v e d , d o e s n ' t e v e n m e a n t h a t r e s i d e n t s will p a y a n . i n c r e a s e of one-half p e r c e n t f r o m t h e last t i m e a tax increase w a s r e q u e s t e d N o t only h a s t h e d i s t r i c t not i n c r e a s e d its t a x r a t e f o r five y e a r s b u t t h e r a t e a c t u a l l y h a s l o w e r e d by o n e - t h i r d t o half a m i l l e a c h y e a r In 1979-80 t h e t o t a l s c h o o l levy w a s 38.98 m i l l s c o m p a r e d t o t h e 37 m i l s l e v i e d in 1983-84 — a d e c l i n e of 1 98 mills. T h u s residents e a n a p p r o v e t h e req u e s t M o n d a y and still end u p w i t h a t o t a l t a x l e v y of a q u a r t e r of a m i l l less t h a n five y e a r s ago. T h e c h a n g e h a s o c c u r r e d b e c a u s e of red u c t i o n in t h e d e b t levy, w h i c h h a p p e n s as t h e d i s t r i c t p a y s off its d e b t a n d a s t h e p r o p e r t y in t h e d i s t r i c t r i s e s in v a l u e F o r t h e r e c o r d , t h e debt r e t i r e m e n t levy w a s 3.72 m i l l s f i v e y e a r s a g o a n d d r o p p e d t o 3.12, 2.99, 2.24 to 1 74 in '83-84 w h i l e t h e o p e r a t i o n a l levy r e m a i n e d at 25 36 m i l l s The a m o u n t the district m a y levy without a v o t e of t h e p e o p l e ( a l l o c a t e d by t h e county) has r e m a i n e d fixed at 8 9 mills. T h e net e f f e c t is t h a t t h e t a x l e v y h a s d e c l i n e d by 5 p e r c e n t o v e r t h e p a s t f i v e years O F C O U R S E , t h e t a x r a t e is o n l y onehalf of t h e t a x e q u a t i o n T b e o t h e r half of t h e p i c t u r e is t b e u x b a s e , o r s t a t e e q u a l i z e d v a l u a t i o n (SEV) of t h e d i s t r i c t . If t b e t a x b a s e r i s e s a n d t h e t a x r a t e stays tbe s a m e , the h o m e o w n e r pays more. T h r e e , f o u r and f i v e y e a r s a g o . a s req u i r e d by s t a t e l a w , t h e d e b t l e v y w a s

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Plymouth ordered a complete re-evalua tion of r e s i d e n t i a l p r o p e r t i e s T h e r e s u l t w a s t h a t a m a j o r i t y of h o m e o w n e r s r e c e i v e d a d e c r e a s e in S E V , w h i c h r e s u l t ed in less m o n e y paid in school p r o p e r t y taxes T h i s y e a r , f o r e x a m p l e , t o t a l S E V in t h e d i s t r i c t d e c l i n e d by $37 million o r 3 7 percent — a t t h e s a m e t i m e t h e t a x r a t e d r o p p e d by half a m i l T h e y e a r b e f o r e t h e t a x b a s e i n c r e a s e d by a m o d e s t 4 2 p e r c e n t w h i l e t h e r a t e d r o p p e d by half a mill ( m o s t of t h e S E V i n c r e a s e w a s new growth). F o r t h e c o m i n g y e a r . S E V is estim a t e d t o i n c r e a s e by a b o u t 1 2 p e r c e n t — a l m o s t all n e w g r o w t h T h u s t h e v a s t m a jority of h o m e o w n e r s will not p a y m o r e in t a x e s b e c a u s e of i n c r e a s e d SEV T b e d a y s of r u n - a w a y i n f l a t i o n a r y inc r e a s e s in SEV a r e o v e r F o r t h a t r e a s o n , r e s i d e n t s c a n a p p r o v e t h e r e q u e s t f o r 1.74 m i l l s w i t h o u t f e a r of a d o u b l e - w h a m m y c a u s e d by i n c r e a s e s in p r o p e r t y v a l u e a s well as a p o s s i b l e i n c r e a s e in t h e t a x r a t e T H E SCHOOL DISTRICT has done a good j o b g e t t i n g t h r o u g h t h e r e c e s s i o n without c a l l i n g u p o n t a x p a y e r s f o r h e l p We should r e c o g n i z e t h a t e f f o r t now byvoting f o r t h e m o n e y t h a t is n e e d e d to maintain p r o g r a m s T h e b o a r d h a s not " g i v e n a w a y t h e store"' t o e m p l o y e e s . T h e past t w o cont r a c t s c a l l f o r m o d e s t , r e a s o n a b l e increases Let's recognize the e f f o r t m a d e by unions in b e i n g r e s p o n s i v e and v o t e for t h e m o n e y t h a t n o w is n e e d e d F o r 1984-85. e x p e n s e s a r e e x p e c t e d t o e x c e e d i n c o m e by $ 1 4 million W i t h o u t t h e 1.74 mills, a b o u t $1 million in c u t s will h a v e to b e m a d e , on t o p of c u t s m a d e in r e c e n t y e a r s T h e r e ' s no need t o d o t h a t We c a n now a f f o r d t o p a y t h e 1 74 m i l s The O b s e r v e r e n d o r s e s a " y e s " v o t e on t b e r e q u e s t f o r a t a x i n c r e a s e We u r g e e a c h v o t e r t o t a k e a n o b j e c t i v e look a t t h e proposal and vote responsibly It's easy to be e m o t i o n a l a b o u t t a x e s and v o t e " n o " d e s p i t e t b e m e r i t of a r e q u e s t Rut t h e d i s t r i c t h a s d o n e w h a t w e ' v e asked — the belt has been tightened The s t r i n g h a s r u n o u t N o w l e t ' s do w h a t m u s t be done. Vote " y e s " o n t h e m i l l a g e • p r o p o s a l Monday, J u n e 11.

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On M o n d a y , J u n e 11, t h e v o t e r s of t h e P l y m o u t h - C a n t o n school d i s t r i c t h a v e t h e o p p o r t u n i t y to c a s t t h e i r v o t e s in a s p e c i a l s c h o o l m i l l a g e e l e c t i o n i n t e n d e d t o prov i d e a n a d d i t i o n a l 1 74 m i l l s f o r o p e r a t i n g r e v e n u e for two years The 1 74-mill p a c k a g e p r o v i d e s 4 5 p e r c e n t of t h e P l y m o u t h - C a n t o n public s c h o o l s o p e r a ting budget Increased operating costs and inflation h a v e m a d e it e x t r e m e l y d i f f i c u l t t o cont i n u e t h e s a m e d e p t h of p r o g r a m s T h e n e w r e q u e s t is a v e r y r e a l i s t i c a n d n e c e s sary funding proposal Traditionally, the Plymouth-Canton public schools have done a c o m m e n d a b l e job to i m p r o v e learning, s t r e n g t h e n c u r r i c u l u m s t a n d a r d s and d e l i v e r e d u c a t i o n a l s e r v i c e s not just to o u r c h i l d r e n b u t t o a d u l t s , h a n d i c a p p e d p e o p l e a n d s e n i o r citi z e n s T h e high s t a n d a r d s of e d u c a t i o n h a v e r e s u l t e d in

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roll call report els. or contras. wbo a r e fighting Nicaragua s Sandimsta government This occurred during debate oo an appropriates measure (HJ Res 492) that later was sent to conference with the Senate, which favors President Reagan's request for |21 million in additional fiscal 1984 cover aid" for the contras Supporter J i m Wright, D-Tex., said US. dislike of tbe Marxist Nicaraguan government "does not give us a right to start a war to mine their harbors in contravention of international law." Opponent Robert Michel, R-Hl. said cutting off the aid affects "the entire world' because "our allies will perceive us as weakening in resolve in the fight against the Moscow-Havana Managua axis " Members voung yes wanted to end the CIA's guerilla war against Nicara gua Voting yes: Parsell, Hertel. Ford and Levta Voting DO: BroomfLEKL WASTE. The House adopted. 324 for and 75 against, an amendment making it difficult for defense contractors to charge taxpayers exorbitant prices for spare military parts and other hard ware items In part, it would give any manufacture, not just those oo "quail fied suppliers" lists, a chance t o \ e l l parts to the Pentagon

NICARAGUA. By a vote of 241 for and 177 against, the House adopted an amendment to block further military aid this year for the CIA-directed r e b

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To t h e e d i t o r E d u c a t i o n a l e x c e l l e n c e is a c r i t i c a l n e e d f o r all c i t i z e n s a n d f o r t h e f u t u r e e c o n o m i c and c u l t u r a l g r o w t h of o u r c o m m u n i t y and g r e a t s t a t e E v e r y o n e h a s a n i m p o r t a n t s t a k e in m a k i n g , t h i s a c t i o n successful

ar war is survivalbe Opponent Ken Kramer. R-Colo,. noted that the Soviet government has an elaborate program for protecting its citizens for nuclear attack He said that for the US. to appear unprepared might invite a soviet first strike. Members voting yea were oppoaed to civil defense programs based on the calculation that a f unci tonal US. society would survive a nuclear war Voting yes: Ford. . Voting no: Parsell. Hertel. Levta and Broomf keid SENATE

Supporters recalled well-publicued recent instances of tbe Pentagon pay in* 1430 for a h a m m e r and $847,000 for a basic tool k i t Tbe amendment was attached to tbe fiscal 1985 military authroization bill (HR 5167). Sponsor Berkeley Bedell, D-Iowa. said. "We cannot sit idly by and let this waste of taxpayers' mooey continue " Opponent Jack Brooks. D-Tex., said "qualified suppbers lists should be retained "to insure that the (Pentagon) receives thoroughly tested and proven products. . Members voting yes wanted to cut waste by injected m o r e price competition into Pentagon Procurement Votlag yes; Parsell. Hertel. Levta. and Broomf ieid Voting no: Ford CIVIL D E F E N S E By a vote of 87 for and 301 against, tbe House rejected an amendment to prevent spending for civil defense p r o g r a m s that are designed to help the remaining American population cope with a nuclear attack The amendment to HR 5167 (above) had no effect oo civil defense spending unrelated to nuclear war Sposor Richard Ottinger. D-N Y . called it "dangerous and misguided" for the Administration to implement a civil defense policy that assumes nucle-

• M o r e t h a n 60 p e r c e n t of P l y m o u t h anton students attending college a M o r e t h a n 10 p e r c e n t of t h e s t u d e n t s r e c e i v i n g s c h o l a r s h i p s and h o n o r s f o r outstanding a c h i e v e m e n t a S t u d e n t s a c h i e v i n g well a b o v e s t a t e and n a t i o n a l a v e r a g e s on s t a n d a r i z e d tests a T h e f e e l i n g of being well p r e p a r e d to c o m p e t e e f f e c t i v e l y in c o l l e g e and u n i v e r sitv w o r k If t h e m i l l a g e p r o p o s a l is not a p p r o v e d by t h e v o t e r s I a m a f r a i d it c o u l d be a d e v a s t a t i n g blow t o t h e o p e r a t i o n of the schools T h e only a l t e r n a t i v e would be to cut t h e b u d g e t and e l i m i n a t e p r o g r a m s such as s p e c i a l e d u c a t i o n , a d u l t a n d community education, preschool education, and an o v e r a l l d e c l i n e in vital s t u d e n t services

You'd expect good fishing reports be fore summer's hot weather strikes and you'd be right On the inland lakes of Oakland Coun ty, White Lake has been good for bass Tipsico for panfish, bass and occasional muskie Lakeville is producing nice catches of crappies and gills Lake St Clair's walleyes are running under size, according to anglers who troll f r o m Nine Mile to New Baltimore Muskie season opened June 2, but no reports have come In yet Some pike are being taken from the Harsen s Is land channels and off Metropolitan Beach The St Clair River is producing good to excellent walleyes, in the 1-3 pound class, f r o m Algonac to Port Huron Try trolling with pencil plugs Down Lake Erie way. walleye fish ing is fair to good off Bolles Harbor

outdoors and Brest Bay Many limit catches are reported But many fish are a half-inch to an inch under the legal size of 13 inches Favorite method drifting with a mghtcrawler harness Belleville Lake's bass opener was slow A few crappies and good catches of bullheads were reported WHEN YOU catch those fish, you want to cook them right, right? Tbe Four Seasons Fishing Club will feature demonstrations — not just boasts and talk, but actual dishes - at the next meeting The family-onented club meets at 7 30 p m Wednesday, June 13, in the Daniel Lord Knights of Columbus Hall, 39050 Schoolcraft, Livonia Visitors are

welcome Secret" recipes won't be a secret Tbey will be shared So will stories on fishing action and technique*, along with announcements of outings and tournaments OAK WOODS Metropark near Flat Rock will be tbe scene of the third annual "Huron River Rendezvous'" — including rides in the Voyageur canoe this weekend Hours a r e noon to 6 Saturday and Sunday The program includes continuous showing of three films on the history of the Great Lakes, skill demonstrations, such as tomahawk throwing, flint and steel fire starting and cooking, a trapper s camp, and rides in the 18-passenger Voyageur canoe Everything is free except tbe canoe ride, which is $1 50 per person. Register in advance by calling tbe toll-free metroparks number, 1-800-552-6772. A

vehicle entry permit is required KENSINGTON Metropark west of New Hudson has two nature-center programs Sunday a "Nature by Bike is a 10 a.m. tour led by naturalist Mark Szabo Bring your own bike a "Spring into Summer" is a 2 p.m nature walk lasting about 90 minutes Tbe nature center is on the west side of tbe park, best reached by the Kens mgton Road exit from 1-96 Watch out for that construction jam on the freeway in Novi The Kensington F a r m Center, at the north end of the park, has a " F a r m Chores" program at 4 p.m Saturday F a r m interpreters will talk about basic animal care, but participants will actually feed and water the animals P r o g r a m s a r e free (after vehicle admission at tbe park gate). Register in advance by calling tbe metroparks office at 1-800-552-6772

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WILKINSON. By a vote of 36 for and 54 against, the Senate defeated a motion to return the nomination of J. Rarvie Wilkinson III to tbe Judiciary Committee for further scrutiny of his qualifications to become a Fourth Cir- ( cuit Court of Appeals judge. Wilkinson, a 39-year-old Univensty of Virginia law professor, has participated only once in a courtroom proceeding, for the purpose of filing a motion, according to Sen Warren Rudman, R-"N H Tbe nominee's supporters noted his background as a Justice Department attorney and clerk to Supreme Court Justice Lewis F Powell Jr. Senators voting yes consider Wilkinson too inexperienced to become a federal circuit judge and want further hearings on is qualifications. Carl Levin. D and Donald Rlegle D both voted yes

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In deciding w h o m t o e n d o r s e , t h e Obs e r v e r looks at t h e p r e s e n t school b o a r d and notes t h a t w i t h t h e d e p a r t u r e of Flossie T o n d a . only o n e w o m a n ( E l a i n e K i r c h g a t t e r ) F e m a i n s T h e r e f o r e , g i v e n t h e de sire to h a v e t h e w o m a n ' s p e r s p e c t i v e bet t e r r e p r e s e n t e d on t h e school b o a r d , t h e O b s e r v e r e n d o r s e s t h e c a n d i d a c y of N an cv Quinn

Belt has been tightened NOBODY E N J O Y S voting for t a x i n c r e ases But lots of p e o p l e have; o t h e r w i s e gove r n m e n t would h a v e dissolved a long t i m e ago. G o v e r n m e n t s o m e t i m e s a s k s for m o n e y it d o e s n ' t n e e d and, when it does, v o t e r s usually a r e wise e n o u g h to t u r n d o w n t h e r e q u e s t . O f t e n , g o v e r n m e n t s ask for m o r e money t h a n is n e e d e d but v o t e r s nix the proposal, to t h e d e t r i m e n t of t h o s e w h o rely on g o v e r n m e n t

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Ellie Graham T H E ARTS COUNCIL received the blessing of [he city of Plymouth for its latest project at the Mondav evening commission meeting Janet Campbell. Plymouth Community Arts Council president described the proposal in a letter to •.he city m a n a g e r Week in, week out I*CAC m e m b e r s have a bird s eve view of Kellogg P a r k from their Main Street office With this in mind, you can see how the idea came about Janet wrote The Plymouth Community Arts Council would like to provide a small tprobably not more than three* group of musicians to simply provide music in the park in the summer to add enjoyment to •.hose people who work in Plymouth and brown bag their lunches in Kellogg Park We thought it would make a pleasant s u m m e r experience even m o r e enjoyable We are working with the musicians union, as well as some volunteer^ to accompVh this mission It is difficult to nail down all off the dates this far in advance, so may we sav just Wednesdays or Thursdays in July and August" We will have some more definitive dates before July and August but don't have them in time for this application We do not expect folding chairs etc The groups would play and people could sit oo benches, or on the ground and enjoy Numbers are hard to judge as no one ever has done anything like this before We have no idea if this will catch on or if you will be petitioned to get the noise out of Kellogg Park while I'm trying to eat my lunch in p e a c e ' The first year is a l w a y s the hardest "Thank you for your cooperation and do join us for a musical, brown bag lunch this s u m m e r " So. we're looking forward to music with'lunch at least one day a week this s u m m e r P a u l a Joyner is chairing the music-for-brownbaggers venture

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A year ago now. the Plymouth Park Players w e r e on their way to Austria to a p p e a r in the international d r a m a festival at Villach

P L Y M O U T H - S A L E M High School Athletic Boosters have 1500 in hand for the Rocks' 1984-85 season The money is result of the 50 50 fund-raiser Barb McBnde said the last three winners were Rick Berberet Phoebe Mernfield. and Wayne and JoAnn Hostynski FOUR YOUNG Plymouth pianists will take part in the piano hooors recital at Schoolcraft College Walter Burge Mike Fallon. Soo Mee and Soo Jin Kwon will perform at 7 p.m Sunday, June 10. in the Liberal Arts Building Theater. Haggerty Road between Six and Seven Mile roads, Livonia Students f r o m the Schoolcraft Honors P r o g r a m , the advanced young pianists who have accumulated m a n y honors this past year, will be recognized for their accocnplishiiMBts a f t e r the recital. Donald More lock, director of the turn to P a g e 5

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C O R R E C T I O N : The date for the high school d r a m a department alumni banquet is Friday, June 22 — not June 12 Gloria Logan, head of the drama department at the Centennial Educational P a r k , said Cheryl Smith, class of '71, is coming from West Virginia for the banquet Linda Dwyer is coming f r o m New York City Dennis Cockrum sent his regrets because he's in a show in Chicago Charlie Burr can't make it because he's involved in a play. Gloria says they'll be missed, but she's always happy to hear that her former students, now professional actors, are working The banquet will be at the Mayflower Meeting House Call Gloria, 451-6243. for ticket informaUon or reservations Gloria will be teaching at Eastern Michigan University this summer "'It's a special two-week course in theater for u l e n t e d and gifted high school students." she said It will be a busy two weeks for she plans to produce a play as well as conduct concentrated t h e a t e r classes She said tbe classes for the talented and gifted a r e offered at several universities in the state "Eastern Michigan has theater and computers. M a r q u e t t e has math." she explained

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have a Hawaiian Iuau and a menu-planning meeting was arranged In March Cookbooks in hand, they gathered at the Box Bar to hash things over Jan and J i m Carney hosted the Iuau Saturday evening at their Canton Township home And when it was all over. Meyers said. "Each guy came through far beyond expectations." They did hire a man f r o m Northville to roast the pig. He provided his own portable barbecue pit. a tent in case of rain and cooked the 100-pounder for eight hours But the men did the rest Ray Gross was responsible for tbe six-page invitations complete with recipes and appropriate island sketches Ken Hulsing provided the 12 Polynesian-type torches, the tables and chairs Art Sllletti. an old hand at making props for AAUW children's plays, made four palm trees Rosarian Gary Hausman. his rose garden not yet in bloom, created exotic centerpieces and added to tbe party atmosphere with potted red geraniums. He also cooked up a batch of pineapple corn m u f f i n s DON BROOKS and Dan Flower coococted the P e a r l Harbor punch and pina co la das Their project was complicated by the purist attitude of most great artists Their pina coladaa must

be served in real coconut shells This involved sawing the tops off 48 coconuts and scraping out some of nutmeat. They did realize an e x t r a quart of coconut milk to add to the pina coladas Bill Riley and Dave Anderson prepared the avocado and tomato salad Jim Sockolosky and Barry Wallman presided over the wok. cooking up a combination of Chinese pea pods and water chestnuts Hugh Nelson's m a c a d a m i a nut lace cookies were no snap Striving for perfection. be tried out the recipe three times. He said he took the first batch to the office and nobody would eat them. The cookies, along with Art Partain's fruit sherbets, were the perfect light dessert. JACK WVTUCKI p r e p a r e d the shrimp. There was real kona coffee and Hawaiian tea Dan Flower and Dave Rodwell created the "Island Fresh Fruit and Gelatin Medley." that drew comments of "gorgeous" and "delicious." Everything went like clockwork. The special-order orchid leis arrived on time and the ladies loved them The group consumed about 90 percent of the roast pork and declared it perfect. And the rain held off until Iuau was

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ltiet la>f on An over A.r^r to » your ....... neighboring k.i com munity and join in the fun as Canton presents the Country Festival and Pa rade Please take your seat anywhere on Ford between Sheldon and Canton Center As a matter of fact, e x t r a viewing can be found on Canton Center and Sheldon from Saltz to Ford and back again

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or. board and experienced tbe bounce of a wagon seat If you missed it, they will be on dis play at the Canton Historical Museum on '"anion Center Road all summer and fall And better yet. you can catch at least a glimpse of them in the Canton Country Festival P a r a d e on Sunday They'll prance proudly through our community loaded. I'm sure, with country-type citizens, all celebrating the Sesquicentenmal in appropriate garb Zipping along right with them will be Roy and Tillie Schultz's covered wagon pictured on the front of this pa per not too long ago As a m a t t e r of fact, it was their daughter Luane and her husband Steve Eldred, who made the weekend trip up to Department of the Interior in Munising to pick up the stagecoach and the(Roy Rogers type)buckboard Thank you very much Steve and Luane

This type of coach was used, so they say. on a run from Kansas to the great West The coach, along with what they call a Weber Wagon. (I call it a buck board, because I watched a lot Roy Hogers movies as a kid) c a m e in Sun day. around 2 p m If you had been there your famitv could have climbed

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The old art of storytelling «tnrvt»iiin« was reTbe vived last week at Allen Elementary School Joe McHugh came f r o m the hills of West Virginia to enthrall students with old ghost stories from the Appalachian area and some funny m o d e m tales as well'

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McHugh sat through tbe evenings, listening to the oldtimers tell tbe old tales He started to collect stories and he. too, became a storyteller Myer said educators claim speaking before others is one of the most difficult experiences for the average per son Tbe storyteller's visit was a lesson in listening and talking

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ROSE-SOCIETY Huron Valley Rose Society will meet at 7 30 p m Tuesday. June 12 in the aud j t o n u m of the Matthaei Botanical Gardens, 1800 N Dixboro Road near Ann Arbor Gary Hausman, program chairman, and consulting rosarians (ieorge Bird, George Hewens, Jo 'McEwan. Rick Robertson and Tom Taylor will present the program Soci -ery provides expert advice for anyone who wishes to enter exhibits in the Huron Valley Rose Society annual rose show at the gardens Sunday, June 17 Admission to the rose show and the

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DAR M E E T I N G Sarah Ann Cochrane Chapter Daughters of the A m e n c a n Revolution will meet at noon Monday, June 18 for its annual picnic potluck buffet at the home of Barbara Saunders The prog r a m will be 'Know Your DAR'' by Mrs Daniel McGuire Anyone interested in knowing more about the DAR may call 453-4425 or 348-2198 •

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NAIM NORTHWEST — The widows and widowers group will meet at 8 p.m Thursday. June 7 at St Theodore s Parish hall 8200 N Wayne Road, Westland Topic will be 'Venture Out Travel with guest speaker, J i m Murray, showing a travel film For in formation, call 427-5659. or 425-4421

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• C A N T O N H I S T O R I C A L SOCI ETY Society m e m b e r s invite everyone to visit their booth at the Canton Country Festival June 10 Sign up for a wagontrain ride in a covered wagon at the booth PLYMOUTH GARDEN CLUB The Plymouth branch of the Woman's National F a r m and Garden Association will meet at noon Monday, June 11 for the annual picnic Members are reminded to take along their favorite salad, a copy of the recipe and a plant for the plant auction. Barbara Brewer will be hostess and Sarah Chance, tea chairman

MOVING AHEAD W I S E R Newly widowed meet in a small, inf o r m a l group setting 1 0 1 1 3 0 a m Thursdays at Newman House. 17300 Haggerty. Livonia. Group is sponsored

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CA^TOtyBPW Canton Business and Professional Women's Club will kick off the new season at a dinner meeting Monday, June 11 at the Roman Forum Restaurant, Ford Road. Canton. Michael Gresock, guest speaker, will address "Your Organizational Image." dealing with topics such as "How Do Guests See You'''" and "Make Your Impression Favorable For information and reservations, call Shirley Clapper, 981-6890





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THE STORYTELLER came to Allen through a grant from the Plymouth Community Arts Council Teachers T e r n Kolakowshi and Ronald Myers had applied for the grant as a teaching aid While he was here, he conducted an in-service session for teachers and lunched with arts council members

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MYER MET McHugh for the first time at an arts fair in West Virginia He had learned to work leather in Pennsylvania He had learned to fiddle n^cotland

The children loved the scary stones especially the old Indian ghost story ll involved a wicked old hag with a clenched fist Her hand was always closed and although they tried time af ter time, no one could nd them of her evil presence Finally, a wise old man shot her in the hand, and that was the end of her He was the only one who knew the reason for her clenched fist She c a r r i e d her heart in her hand

I guess mom and dad a r e fine But I hear Grandma Shirley is touching ground ocly every hour or so With Grandpa and Uncle Joe back here in Canton, and Grandma in Illinois with baby and Mom and Dad. I wonder how long it will take Grandma Shirley to convince Shelly and Mike they just have to live here in Canton Congratulations Shirley, Jack. Joe and Shelly and Mike, too

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Larry and Jalie Kwiat kowski of Kingsbridge, Canton Township, announce the birth of their daughter, Annie Mane, May 5 in Oakwood Hospi tal. Dearborn They have a son. Joey, 4 Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Leo Krzeminskj of Mackinac Island, and Mr and Mrs Pete Kwiatkowski of Westland

He said storytelling is an art form that today s children have so many distractions It has become a lost art. He compared the storyteller to an artist who uses words for paint on a canvas of silence

He wove his presentauon togethei with tunes on his dulcimer or his fiddle and songs that he invited the young sters to join in the singing

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David and Marilyn Jaeger of Cherrylawn Court. Canton Township announce the birth of their daughter. Laura Michelle Jaeger, April 10 in St Joseph Mercy Hospital. Ann Arbor They have a son, Daniel, 2 Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Robert Jaeger of Taylor and Mr and Mrs Milan Marcls of Allen P a r k

On the way to Metro Airport a f t e r cus visit, McHugh told Myers how much he had enjoyed the warmth and hospitality ofMhe community He also expressed his thoughts on storytelling



DIVORCE S U P P O R T G R O U P Divorce support group for divorced. separated, or women in the process of divorce, will meet 7-9 p.m Tuesday. June 12 in Room B160 of the Liberal Arts Building of Schoolcraft College. 18600 Haggerty, Livonia. For information, call the Women's Resource Center, 591-6400, E x t 432.



ST. K E N N E T H ' S G U I L D St. Kenneth's Women's Guild will close the season with a luncheon at Giulio's Chalet. 39305 Plymouth Road. Tuesday. June 12 Social Hour will begin at noon and luncheon at 1 p.m. For reservations, call Jean Stork. 420-0677, or Maryanne White. 384-7888



NOW M E E T I N G Northwest Wayne County National Oganixation for Women will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 13 at Hoover School, 15900 Lev an. Livonia (north of Schoolcraft). Newly elected officers will be introduced, summer activities discussed, and report given on recent s u t e NOW conference The public is invited to attend. Call 459-4482 for information. Please turn t o P a g e 4

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SPEAKING O F our Sesquicentenmal year, don't forget the Sesquicentenmal plates now oo sale Tbey feature the Administration Building, the Historical Museum, and the Cherry Hill Methodist Church The plates are beautiful, and only $10 each, unless you want one of the numbered ones at $30 The first plate is available now Contact Fire Marshal Art Winkel. 397-3100, ext 333

celebration, J i m Vickerman and Mary rode up on a couple of beautiful horses Appies and DeDe just after the wagon and coach were unloaded from the truck Talk about liming We saw transpor tation take a little trip through time, from horse to wagon, to stage-coach, to today's truck Normally, J i m would be out working on some of the 1.000 or so acres of land that he and a friend farm each year However the wet weather gave him one last opportunity to enjoy an easy stroll on Apples before the planting season gets into full swing Don't forget to get over there and get a peek ai the visiting beauties along with the growing exhibit of farm implements the Historical Society is building The rate the collection is growing, I think we are going to need a larger building — a larger corral for our outdoor collection Although I'm no expert my dad always told me to put the tools away How about a little roof

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Ih VOL WEREN'T there you really missed out Unless you were one of the passersby that got a quick peek as the big stage coach and Weber Wagon arrived al the ( anton Historical Museum for a brief stay here Bart Berg president of the Historical Society, is proud to present to Canton the visit of a beautiful replica of a stagecoach dating back some where in the late 1800s

PLYMOUTH, that means you. too For years you have nursed and in spired us Now we have blossomed into a terrific neighbor (even though we may still need to borrow a cup of sugar now and then) So don't hold back now

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The fun begins al 1 p m Sunday. June 10 and don't forget the Marine Band will present two live concerts in the New Towne Plaza al 2 30 p m again at 4 p m Just bring a lawn chair and enjoy

This year promises to be no differ ent. with the possible exception of it being even bigger and better than the last one If you ask me, that a what makes a township a community So for this coming week I shall refer to this not as Canton Township, but the Canton Community

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Plymouth-Canton La Lectin League will meet al 7 30 p m Thursday Jun* M at Geneva United Presbyterian Church. 5835 N Sbeldon Road. Canton Discussion will include suggestions about nutrition for nursing mothers and their families as well as informa tion about weaning the breastfed baby For information, call Johanne 453 9T71. or Karen. 459-1332 Nursing ba btes are welcome •

P L Y M O U T H LIONS

Lions Club of Plymouth will meet al 6 30 p m Thursday. J u n e 7, at the Mayflower Hotel Lions Chiataias and Vaughn will present the final program of the Great P r o g r a m Contest •

S P I N N A K E R S

The fellowship group for single adults will meet at 7 30 p m Saturday June 9. at First P r e s b y t e r i a n Church of Northville. 200 E Main Guest speaker Charlotte Meyer will talk about intima cy What is I f How do you find i f How does it affect relationships with family friend, lover 1 The speaker is affiliated with a pn

vate mental health clinic in Ann Arbor and has had training in longterm inter sive psychotherapy All single adults of the community a r e encoraged to attend and bring questions Ice c r e a m social will follow program Cost of evening is 12 Call the church office weekdays 349-0911 for information •

DIVORCE SUPPORT GROUP

Group meets 7-9 p m the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month in Room B160 of the Liberal Arts Build mg of Schoolcraft College 18600 Hag gerty, Livonia No registration is r e quired and sessions are free For in/or ma tion call the Women's j t e s o u r c e Center, 591 6400, Ext 432

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Midwest Harmony chapter of S » ^ i Adelines Inc sings at 7 30 p.m Wednesdays in the Community Room of Kirk of Our Savior. Westland. Cher ry Hill between Wayne and Newburgh Women wbo like to sing four-part harmony are invited to attend For in/or mation. call Barbara Williams. 721 3861 • CANTON NEWCOMERS FORM INTEREST GROUPS

New interest groups are being formed including crafts, call 453-6552 and a mah >ong group, call 455-5848 Instruction will be given on both games •

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clubs in action wOfHinueo trpm Pafie 4 p m Thursdays at Fiegel Elementary School, 39750 Joy Road Bill Cousins and his troop of 15 boys enjoy monthly HI tings learning different skills New m e m b e r s are welcome Call 981-3208 for information





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Plvmouth-Canton Panhellemc Association is open t o all m e m b e r s of a national P a n h e l l e m c f r a t e r n i ty The a s s o c i a t i o n m e e t s f o u r t i m e s each year E a r l y each spring the group arranges a luncheon card p a r t y t o fund t h e a w a r d s For membership information c a l l M a r e t G a r a r d , 453-0998

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SAILING SINGLES Sailing Singles, a metro-area club de signed especially for active single peo^ pie ages 21 and up with a particular interest m sailing and windsurfing, is accepting membership applications for he 1984 season Scheduled activities nclude day evening and. weekend cru *es or the Great Lakes, as well as picnic sails and windsurfing on the mailer lakes Social events are held "iroughout the year Educational programs help sharpen sailing skills Whether you own your own boat or want to crew Sailing Singles welcomes you aboard Call 455-5683 for more information about membership and club activities • F A T H E R S FOR EQUAL RIGHTS Group meets at 7 30 p m the third Wednesday of each month at the Oak Park Community Center 14300 Oak Park Blvd Oak Park Group is dedicated to helping divorced parents and their children achieve a fair and balanced relationship with a minimum of intrusion from the court system For more information call Al I-ebow 354 3080

other children while you relax with other moms over a hot cup of coffee Play group meets 10 a m to noon once a month in members homes. F o r information. call Cathy. 459-0897 •

ZESTERS Zesters a club for Canton residents 55 and older, meets at 1 p.m Thurs days in the Canton Recreation Center 44237 Michigan, at Sheldon Member ship fees are 11 lo join and 11 per month The Zesters have mon thy potlucks, Bingo, movies and trips The club is looking for pinochle players Lunch is served at 11 30 a.m.. ana res ervations can be made 24 hours in advance For more information about the club, call the Canton Senior Citizen off ice. 397-1000. Ext 278

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

CIV IT AN C L U B The club meets at 6 30 p.m the third Thursday of each month for a dinner meeting at Hillside Inn Men and worn en are invited to learn about Civitans and their service projects for the community A wrestling tournament, band boosters and Special Olympics to aid mentally retarded people a r e just a few Call 453-2206 for more informa tion

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CANTON R O T A R Y Canton Rotary Club meets at noon Monday in the Roman Forum on F # d Road between Haggerty and Lilley Lunch is $5 For information, call Richard Thomas. 453-9191

• M A Y F L O W E R LT G A M B L E POST VFW Mayflower Lt Gamble Post 6695 Veterans of Foreign Wars, meets at 8 p m the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at the post home. 1426 S Mill. Plymouth New members are welcome For information call the post 459-6700 •

a V IT AN S I N G L E S Civitan Singles meets the first Tues day of each month for a business meet ing at Emerson Junior High School oo West Chicago in Livonia A social meeting is held the third Tuesday of each month at Hillside Inn. Plymouth Charge for dinner is | 9 Meetings begin at 6 30 p m All singles 21 and older are welcome For information call 427 1327

are welcome For information, call James Ryan. 459-9300 • AMERICAN BACKGAMMON CLUB Club members meet Wednesday evenings in the back room of the Box Bar. 777 W Ann Arbor Trail, Plymouth Tournament registration is 7:15 p.m. and tournament play 7:30. Advance strategy, as well as help for new players, is available for early arrivals For information, call Scottie Flora 453-7356

• PLYMOUTH J A Y C E E WOMEN S E E K M E M B E R S The Plymouth J a y c e e Women need women 18-35 to assist in conducting internal and c o m m u n i t y service programs Tbey also need help in assisting the Jaycees in their projects such as runaway hot line, muscular dystrophy Shamrock Drive, cystic fibrosis, Kiss Your Baby Week. Christmas Cheer, Fall Festival project and Haunted House Call Cindy Ellison. 459-8659



F I E L D BOY S C O U T S Boy Scout Troop 855 m e e t s 7-8 30 p m Wednesdays in Field ElementarySchool. 1000 S Haggerty The new troop has room to grow and is looking for boys interested in learning or improving their outdoor skills

• MOTOR CITY S P E A K E A S Y T O ASTM A S T E R S Motor City Speakeasy club m e e t s at 7 p.m. the second and fourth Monday of each month in the Mayflower Hotel Plymouth, Members learn to speak ef fectively. build self-confidence and be come a better listener For m o r e infor mation. call Jim Rollinger 422-7385



• CANTON J A Y C E E WOMEN INVITE NEW M E M B E R S The Canton Jaycee Women invites women ages 18-35 to assist in conduct ing community-service programs For information about meeting dates, call Lona Olson. 981-4444. or Vickie Bush 451-0522



NEW BEGINNINGS New Beginnings, a group for adults and children who have lost a loved one through death, meet? regularly 7 30-9 p m the second and fourth Wednesday of each month in St John's Episcopal Church. Sheldon Road south of Ann Ar bor Trail Registration is not necessary and sessions are free For information, call Terry Sweeney, 459-5160 or 4530190, or Jack Martin. 420-2947

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Club of Plymouth invites visitors to see how the club enables members to speak up and move ahead, whatever their occupations The club meets at 5 30 p m each Tuesday at Denny s restaurant Ann Arbor Road at 1-275 For informa tion. call Phyllis K Sullivan. 455-1635





The bride-elect graduated from Plymouth Canton High School in 1981 She earned a bachelor's degree in au diology and speech science from Michi gan State University in 1981 and a master of science degree in communi cative disorders f r o m the University of Michigan in 1983 She is a practicing speech pathologist in Bridgeport, Conn Her fiance graduated from Detroit Catholic Central High School in 1977 and from MSU in 1982 with a bache lor's degree in English literature. He is employed by Publishing Center for Cul tural Resources in New York City The are planning a late June wed ding in First United Methodist Church of Plymouth and will live in Connecti cut

F R I E N D S H I P STATION The Plymouth Township Senior Citizens Club, a group of Plymouth Township and city of Plymouth residents 55 and older, meets noon to 3 p.m. Fridays at the Friendship Station for cards or c r a f t s and 7-10 p.m. Tuesdays for pinochle They also have a pool table for members use New m e m b e r s from the township or city a r e welcome For information. call Irving Milligan. president, 420-2948 or 420-3321

• SPINNAKERS Spinnakers is tbe singles adult friendship group sponsored by First Presbyterian Church of Northville and First United Presbyterian Church of Plymouth The group meets the second Saturday of each month in either of tbe churches For information, call 3490911 or 453-6464 weekdays - -



WOMEN FOR S O B R I E T Y Self-help group for alcoholic women meets 1 p.m Tuesdays in Newman House, Schoolcraft College campus. Haggerty, Livonia A hot line. 427-9460. is in operation 24 hours a day

• CANTON WOMEN'S GROUP Mothers from tbe Canton area are invited to meet 9 30-11 30 a m. the second Tuesday of each month in the Faith Community Moravian Church, 46001 Warren, Canton Child care is provided at SI per child. Sponsored by the YWCA. the club provides mothers a chance to participate in community projects, recreation and networking.



CANTON K I W A N I S The Kiwanis Club of Canton meets 6 30-8 p m Mondays (except a f t e r a holiday) in Denny's restaurant, Ann Arbor Road east of 1-275 New members

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been a refreshing sense of community for those involved "People no longer have a common sense of purpose — no developing sense of mission I see this as a major problem In churches Some churches use verbiage to discuss the lack of communication among people, but we've found a way to strengthen bonds " With the provocative forum Patton

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ST. D A V I D S E P I S C O P A L Musicale '84 Chorale will give a concert at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, June 10, at St. David's. 18200 W 1J Mile This is the final warm-up concert prior to tbe chorale's departure for its 23-day European tour Tbe group w i l l depart f r o m Detroit Sunday. J u n e 17. Tbe chorale. under the direction of Pasquale Pascaretti, consists of 31 high school and adult singers

ST. G E M M A St. G e m m a ' s parish is inviting the public to its Summerfest "84, Friday through Sunday, June 8-10 Special attractions include tbe Vegas room, ndes, bingo, live entertainment in the beer tent, food, games and dancing Tbe fairgrounds a r e located four blocks east of Telegraph Road on Virgil at tbe Jeffries expressway

Proceeds f r o m the festival will go toward parish operating expenses For more information, call Mlchele Kubicz at 538-9632 •



TRINITY CHURCH A group of Church of the Brethren m e m b e r s f r o m Cuba and Nicaragua will speak at Trinity Church of the Brethren in Redford at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. June 14 They will discuss religion, family life, education, and health c a r e in their countries The church is located at 27350 W Chicago, at Inkster Road, Redford.



RESURRECTION LUTHERAN At 4 p.m.. Sunday. June 10, a cele bration will mark the start of Resurrection Lutheran Church. This service will mark the consolidation of All Saints and Holy Cross Lutheran Churches officially as Resurrection Pastor Merlin Jacobs will also be installed as pastor Bishop Raymond Heine of the Lutheran Church of America will preach. • OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL Our Lady of Good Counsel Adult Education Committee is sponsoring a three-evening series on the Canon Law of the Catholic Church and its relation to marriage, divorce and annulment Tbe Rev Bob Sable, head of the marriage tribunal for tbe Archdiocese of Detroit, will address this topic at 7 30 p.m. Wednesday. June 13 and 20. in the Parish Annex, 1062 Church Street at

the corner of Penniman Avenue and Church Street in Plymouth. Tbe public is invited to attend. •

DETROIT LAESTADIAN Aarno Haho, director of J a m s a , Finland Chrisitan School, will be the speaker at services held at the Detroit Laestadian Congregation at 290 Fairground. Plymouth on Thursday, J u n e 7. and Wednesday, June 13 The sermons will be in Finnish and English. FIRST BAPTIST Grace Lawrence, who ministers as a Christian clown named Jest for Jesus, will be at the church's 11 a.m. worship on Sunday, June 17 The public is invited to take part Tbe church is located at 45000 N Territorial

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RAVEL TO ELTIOPE by Americans is up 15 percent. A family we know plans to go to the Orient this summer A fellow cler gyman is currently traveling to Nicaragua. Honduras and El Salvador I will be going to Haiti with a work group of young adults in Decern ber Americans like to travel Let us hope that for many it is with a new purpose, to understand better our whole world Among some we see this change Global educaUon is being taught at a local high school I hear young people saying that tbey want to spend a year overseas Those in tbe auto business tell me that the industry is moving rapidly to a world production and world market. Yet there are thoae wbo say that we are'still that most provincial people on earth. Perhaps this is understandable Most of us have spoken only ooe language and have experienced only one culture Our physical isolation has been a blessing and at the same time a cause of our narrow vision There remains a narrow view which suggests that we would have "eyes only for our own " INSTEAD WE need to realise that we are part of ooe world and we are responsible for ooe world This family on e a r t h is not unlike the family moat of us know We » - • each responsible for enriching and maintaining tbe values which make a family function. What children, teens, parants and grand parents do or do not do affects tbe family expert ence So it is in our world. Robert McClure, m o d e r a t o r of tbe United Church of Canada, has aptly said. "It Is as absurd for First and Second World people to look upon tbe Third

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"Gravity" will be performed at 8 Wednesday, J u n e 16 Tickets are 12.50 p.m

Celebrations slated for nun Sister Gloria Kelly, an Adrian Dominican sister at St. Bernardlne of Sien a Pariah in Westland, Is c e l e b r a t i n g her 40th anniversary as a nun. A celebration c o m m e m o r a t i n g her anniversary will begin at 7 p.m. Friday at St. Bernardine's. Pastor Richard McGarry will be the main celebrant. A reception in the parish hall will follow the liturgy.





ST. P A U L S P R E S B Y T E R I A N Calls will be made to the parents of children 3 years old through the first grade to register for tbe vacation church school program. If you don't receive a call and have a child in this age range, contact Diane Yarmy at 422-1470 • REDFORDLUTHERAN CHURCH Vacation Bible School will be offered to all children ages 3 to 12 at tbe church. G a s s e s will run from 9 a.m. to noon. Monday through Wednesday. J u n e 25-27. The church is located at 17129 Bosworth, two blocks west of Lahser. and side of Grand River

The parish celebration will take place at masses on Saturday and at a special Mass at noon. Sunday. An informal reception will be held a f t e r every Mass this weekend Sr Gloria is a S r . Kelly native of Michigan. She entered the religious life from St. T h e r e s a ' s Parish in Detroit She has taught a t parishes in Illinois. Iowa. Ohio, Florida and Michigan She served as principal at St. M a r y ' s School in Van Wert. Ohio, and worked as a consultant for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Her most recent assignments have been at St. Norbert's P a r ish in inkster and ber c u r r e n t position as religious education coordinator a t St. Bemardine.

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ST. M A T T H E W S M E T H O D I S T Each year the United Methodist churches in Michigan gather for an annual conference The delegate from St Matthew's. 30900 W Six Mile, is Jane Boyle, and the alternate delegate is EHlen Horie. The conference will begins Tuesday, June 12. and run through Saturday, June 16 Also, anyone interested in camping, hiking, canoeing and swimming with a group of adults and children is invited to a meeting at 7 p.m Sunday. June 10. at the church The group will be going to Jenny Wiley State P a r k in eastern Kentucky. Monday through Friday. June 18-22 For more information, call Ken Johnson at 464-6733 or Henry Chiles at 464-7780

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TRINITY HOUSE is able to do a lot with so little Each person contributes his or her own talent Randy Steg meyer, who usually directs the plays at Trinity, portrays the wizard in the revival of "Gravity " Some members do the staging or lighting Jan Knst sang throughout the peF formance of "Gravity," and Pattoo's friend Kenneth Gailbrath has written the score for past productions Since all the plays a r e written by Patton. the theater group repeats the plays in its repertoire Tbe theater's season nans from September to June Patton attributes the development of Trinity House to the Rey Norman

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T R I N I T Y HOUSE and T r i n i t y Church are the same in name, but not in body They are located 15 miles apart Trinity House, on the northwest cor r>er of 1-275 and Six Mile, is used exclu sively as a theater A stage is located « b « r e the altar used to be Patton never planned on combining theater with his ministry He began wriUng in 1979 when a friend of his asked him to critique a play he had ^fatten "I read his play," Patton said "I didn't like what he wrote, however so he asked me to rewrite the play " Tbe result was "Gravity," b play about a lonely young woman seeking

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fulfillment f r o m a wizard Unable.to find happiness 00 ber own. she becomes obsessed with the idea that the wiaard will take away her troubles When he suddenly disappears without warning. Jenny is forced to deal honestly with herself Her loneliness is a familiar theme of Pattoo's "Why is It people seek short-term enjoyment. but avoid the larger quesUons about life"'* Patton asked But the seriousness of the question does not imply a solemn d r a m a "Gravity' is actually humorous Tbe wizard uses flash pots speaks in poetic riddles, and confuses Jenny with his bizarre behavior Throughout the play, a live band provides a rich sound at the back of the church, and at one point the wizard zaps away their power

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Tl might seem like going to church when entering the 1850 Quaker meet• rehouse Trimly House Theatre uses '.Of its performances But there won't be any sermon Tbe pa${or here is a playwright He is also the one singing 'Hold on to What You Got" during the opening number of his play "Gravity" the theater s latest producUon A pastor-turned-playwnght singing at the back of an 1850 Quaker church with a soft rock band, orchestrated to accompany the play he wrote ^ Welcome to the world of Paul Pat ton "Tbe ministry and drama a r e not incompatible." said Patton, an associate pastor at Trinity Baptist Church on Middiebeit Road in Livonia "Theater rekindles a sense of com mon direction in people It provides ""people with six to eight weeks to com plete a project, and the benefits of see ing that completion We a r e all one body "

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Tbe crisis of tbe ecology of the globe Is a p r o b l e m which we must not ignore just because it d o e s not affect us at the moment We are one with all of created life Our religious traditions a r e full of this Fyodor Dostoevsky. in T h e Brothers K a r a m a zov." has one of his characters express it this wayBrother*. love all God's creation, the whole and every grain of sand i* it. Love every I n f . e v e r y r a y of God's light. Love tbe animals, love the p l a n t s love everything. If you love everything, you will perceive t b e divine mystery in things." Soch an attitude towards our < idarity with all life is basically a religious belief f t is hard to sustain in our society. Such an a t t i t u d e runs contrary to prevalent attitudes of seeking a l ter one's own success and fulfilling one's own It is a religious sensitivity which c o m e s out of t h e belief that God is invovled in the f u t u r e of this whole p l a n e t It Is a viewpoint which s o m e people call stewardship. It I i a vision of the planet which anyone wbo is coocerned with the world a n d its future must have

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e r a t i o n The public opinion of T e n u r e n considerably d i f f e r e n t than what its was developed for a g a i n lack of communication F a i l o r My q u a l i f i c a t i o n s and expe riences, I a m a l i s t e n e r who h e a r s and understands. I believe in f a i r n e s s and equity. I s u p p o r t q u a l i t y e d u c a t i o n a l opportunities for o u r youth and life long learning o p p o r t u n i t i e s for all citizens utilizing the philosophy t h a t ail who a r e a f f e c t e d by a decision should have an o p p o r t u n i t y to be h e a r d Murphy I feel I can o f f e r a d i f f e r ent insight that nobody c u r r e n t l y on i h e board c a n o f f e r Being more recently out of school that a l l o w s m e to be m o r e in touch with w h a t ' s going on in our schools, f r o m a v e r y i m p o r t a n t level that of a student Quinn Both m y c h i l d r e n a t t e n d our schools Active v o l u n t e e r 9 y e a r s , room mo t h e r PTO P r e s i d e n t - B o a r d C o m m i t tee Both my college d e g r e e s a r e in education K 12 c e r t i f i c a t i o n F o r m e r t e a c h e r have s u b b e d tn e v e r y building in district C u r r e n t l y a h o m e m a k e r , al lowing flexibility to a s s u m e T r u s t e e responsibilities H a v e a t t e n d e d Board m e e t i n g s r e g u l a r i t y for 3 y e a r s Sumpter: I a m a conservative with 20 y e a r s of m a n a g e m e n t e x p e r i e n c e I also beleive you c a n not have a qualityeducation s y s t e m with out a good harmonious staff T h e c o m b i n a t i o n of con s e r v a t i s m and a d e s i r e f o r a good happy staff for q u a l i t y e d u c a t i o n , would m a k e m e a good school board m e m ber "

Wl KSTION Why should v o t e r s e l e c t ><»u to office"* (SOuorit maximum

Walker: 'Because of my e x p e r i e n c e t h r o u g h a long t u n e i n v o l v e m e n t with the e d u c a t i o n a l process here a s a p a r ent. r e g u l a r a t t e n d e e at Board m e e t ings and m e m b e r of Board c o m m u t e * - , I u n d e r s t a n d the issues and bring a (r»*sh a t t i t u d e and sincere c o m m i t t ment to c o m m u n i c a t i o n openlv and w o r k i n g cooperatively with the public cind the e m p l o y e e s Swartzwelter "Because ] h a v e been involved in District activities the past M-ven years, I have an u n d e r s t a n d i n g of the p r o b l e m s facing various g r o u p s and I u n d e r s t a n d how the District functions 1 believe I can bring n e w app r o a c h e s an new thinking to p o t e n t i a l solutions for many of the D i s t r i c t s problems ' O ' D a y : The c u r r e n t board s e e m s out of touch with the i n t e r e s t s of both t h e s t u d e n t s and the c o m m u n i t y I believe that a young board m e m b e r f r e s h out of t h e school system, would put a ref r e s h i n g change on the board I feel 1 h a v e those qualifications " Sehroeder: The v o t e rs should elect sue to t h e board as I have the e x p e r i e n ce a n d qualifications n e c e s s a r y to hold such an office During t h e p a s t four y e a r s 1 have improved the budget mg p r o c e s s significantly and c o n t n b u t • •d to th«- total boards u n d e r s t a n d i n g of the f i n a n c i a l reporting s y s t e m ' Bollman I think my e x p e r i e n c e with Special Ed gives m e an e x p e r t i s e that would add another d i m e n s i o n to the b o a r d If I don't understand a problem I'm willing to ask q u e s t i o n s The purpose of T e n u r e s e e m s to be m u c h d i f f e r e n t than the actual day to d a y op-

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S c h r o d e r The board is p r e s e n t l y reviewing the potential uses for the S t a r k w e a t h e r School One a l t e r n a t i v e that ts r e c e i v i n g s t r o n g consideration is a d a y t i m e a d u l t education c e n t e r This will provide the opportunity for m a n y a d u l t s in the c o m m u n i t y to a t t a i n a high school d i p l o m a or other skills m a r k e t a b l e in t h e j o b arena Bollman: "Very few viable suggestions have been o f f e r e d The adult edu c a t i o n or Continuing Education p r o g r a m s e e m s to be tht- most useful at this t i m e Until s o m e o n e o f f e r s to pur Chase the f a c i l i t y the district still has to provide c e r t a i n m a i n t e n a n c e so we might as well try to have a self s u p p o r t i n g p r o g r a m in that building Quinn: "I would support the C o m m u mty E d u c a u o n p r o p o s a l The first y e a r is a f o u n d a t i o n T h e r e a f t e r the prog r a m will not only pay for itself, but will c o n t r i b u t e g r e a t l y to t h e g e n e r a l

O'Day Actually, I c a n ' t really say w h e t h e r 1 w a s in f a v o r of t h e recall or not Although I c a n ' t a g r e e with t h e b o a r d ' s handling of c e r t a i n key issues, recalling the whole b o a r d s e e m s quite ridiculous Walker I hated to see a Board recall b e c a u s e of the r e s u l t i n g disruption H o w e v e r . I considered s u p p o r t i n g it be c a u s e the Board is so out of touch with

y l KSTIO.V Were you in favor of tbe recall of the school board as proposed earlier this year'" Why or why not"* '50 u-'>rti maximum Wuinn

the public a n a can only be r e p l a c e d slowly by e l e c t i o n It also was encouraging to s e e c i t i z e n s interested enough to get involved and pursue :t • 11 s u r e b e a t s p u b l i c a p a t h y j" Sehroeder I a m not in f a v o r of the recall p r o c e s s to r e m o v e public offic i a l s f r o m o f f i c e on the basis of their vote on a single issue The recall process should be r e s e r v e d for r e m o v a l d u e to m a l f e a s a n c e ' M u r p h y T h e people who s t a r t e d the recall believed t h a t the c u r r e n t board w a s not s e r v i n g t h e m , or their best int e r e s t s The r e c a l l bid was their w a y of showing t h e i r d i s p l e a s u r e The people of the c o m m u n i t y have a right and r e sponsibilitv to m o n i t e r the people they elect to s e r v e t h e m Ql'ESTION What do yoo believe is tbe best use for Starkweather Elemen tarv School*" ' 5 0 word maximum

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w a s lost as an e l e m e n t a r y school I hope that a s an adult e d u a a t i o n f a c u l i t r it c a n g e n e r a t e d i n c o m e for t h e dist r i c t instead of being a f i n a c i a l burden " F a i l o r I support the use of t h e bundling for c o m m u n i t y e d u c a t i o n a n d a n y other specialty educational p r o g r a m s which a r e identified as needed f o r citizens for the district " O ' D a y : "I believe that the best use for S t a r k w e a t h e r E l e m e n t a r y School is a s an e l e m e n t a r y school The f a c i l i t y doesn't have the parking to be an a d u l t e d u c a u o n c o m p l e x and t h e r e f o r e c a n not easily be changed to a n y t h i n g o t b e r than a lower g r a d e school " S u m p t e r I have s t a t e d S t a r k w e a t h e r should be sold This y e a r is not t h e t i m e to establish a full day u m e c o n t i n uing e d u c a t i o n c e n t e r "

Walker The Continuing E d u c a t i o n Department proposal to use S t a r k w e a t h e r as an Adult Day School s e e m s the best use since it has a reven u e p r o d u c i n g potential However I would w a n t a m o r e thorough analysis of the r e v e n u e potential b e f o r e proc e e d i n g Meeting the payback schedule is e s s e n t i a l , if this proposal is chosen Swartzwelter: I - s u p p o r t the use of S t a r k w e a t h e r E l e m e n t a r y School as an adult" e d u c a u o n c e n t e r It p r o v i d e s a n e e d e d s e r v i c e in t h e c o m m u l i t y . and it a l s o p r m v i d e s additional i n c o m e to t h e D i s t r i c t as long as the District s l a y s in f o r m u l a for s u t e funding Murphy 1 a m sorry Stark w e a t h e r

Go to medical school and serve your country You c a n s e r v e your c o u n t r y on a c t i v e duty with the a r m e d f o r c e s and a t t e n d m e d i c a l school at the s a m e U m e if you q u a l i / y for admission to t h e nation's only m i l i t a r y m e d i c a l school Called the F E d w a r d H e b e r t School of M e d i c i n e of tbe U n i f o r m e d Services U n i v e r s i t y of the Health Sciences i USUHS). it is o p e r a t e d by the D e p a r t m e n t of D e f e n s e in Bethesda. Md . to t r a i n physicians for the A r m y . N a v y and Air F o r c e The t u i t i o n - f r e e school e x i s t s bec a u s e the a r m e d f o r c e s need physicians to t a k e c a r e of a c t i v e and r e t i r e d service m e m b e r s and t h e i r f a m i l i e s The school is unique b e c a u s e it is tbe only

m e d i c a l school that c o m b i n e s t h e t r a d i - ' tional basic and clinical science c u r r i c - i u l u m with m i l i t a r y m e d i c i n e T b e ob-' )ect of the USUHS School of M e d i c i n e is to c r e a t e a c a d r e of m i l i t a r y m e d i c a l o f f i c e r s who a r e as c o m f o r t a b l e in m i l i t a r y field hospitals a s they a r e in m a jor m i l i t a r y m e d i c a l c e n t e r s F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n a b o u t t h e nation's m i l i t a r y m e d i c a l school a n d t b e AQUA p r o g r a m , c o n t a c t e i t h e r y o u r m e m b e r of Congress, or D i r e c t o r . AQUA P r o g r a m . U n i f o r m e d S e r v i c e s U n i v e r s i t y School of Medicine, 4501 J o n e s Bridge R o a d . B e t h e s d a . Md. 20814 I

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E A R N S COMMISSION Craig Finley. son of F o y and J a n e Finley, Ann Arbor Road. P l y m o u t h , was commissioned a second l i e u t e n a n t upon his recent graduation f r o m the U S Military Academy, West P o i n t , N Y F i n l e y also earned a d e g r e e In personnel m a n a g e m e n t Finley. a 1980 g r a d u a t e of Ann A r b o r Pioneer High School, is scheduled to at tend field artillery training at F o r t Sill Ok la

F o r t B e n j a m i n H a r r i s o n . Ind She learned to o p e r a t e and w i r e control panels for data p r o c e s s i n g e q u i p m e n t , work the c a r d p r o c e s s o r s y s t e m and auxiliary computer equipment • P e t e r s is scheduled to s e r v e with the A r m y InternaUonal S e c u r i t y A f f a i r s at the P e n t a g o n The d a u g h t e r of B e r n a r d P e t e r s of M e r n m a c . Canton, she received an a s s o c i a t e d e g r e e in 1983 f r o m Alpena C o m m u n i t y College •



m e n t s s e r v e any good p u r p o s e I was not in f a v o r nor s u p p o r t e d this movem e n t P r e c i o u s t i m e is lost We need to c o n c e n t r a t e on w o r k i n g together not fighting each other P e r h a p s m o r e people will t a k e the t i m e to i n v e s t i g a t e issues and c a n d i d a t e s and then vote S w a r t z w e l t e r . T h i s a p p r o a c h is not an e f f e c t i v e m e t h o d to bring about c h a n g e One runs the risk of throwing out the baby with t h e bath w a t e r Indi vidual r e c a l l s a r e m o r e e f f e c t i v e than m a s s i v e r e c a l l s Also, if m o r e peopie took an a c t i v e interest-in r e g u l a r board elections, the need for potential r e c a l l s is r e d u c e d Sumpter In the h e a l of the m o m e n t Y E S I w a s in f a v o r of the recall, how e v e r . I now believe the a n s w e r to improving o u r school b o a r d is citizen p a r ticipation at board m e e t i n g s on a regu lar basis, not just at c o n t r a c t t i m e Bollman: No You can not recall the e n t i r e o p e r a t i n g body of any agency and e x p e c t that o r g a n i z a t i o n to continue to f u n c t i o n The b o a r d would then beonly p u p p e t s b e c a u s e of lack of knowledge on how a d i s t r i c t o p e r a t e s "" Failor The i n f o r m a t i o n I r e c e i v e d a p p e a r e d to s u p p o r t such action I would hope it would n e v e r be necessary I don't believe a w hole board e v e r d e l i b e r a t e l y c o n d u c t s itself which should bring about such d r a s t i c action However this d o e s p r o v i d e p r o t e c t i o n to the citizens for i m p r o p e r conduct of elected o f f i c i a l s

COMPLETES COURSE P i c Linda P e t e r s of Canton has c o m pleted an Army a u t o m a t i c d a t a processing m a c h i n e operator c o u r s e a t

COMPLETES TRAINING P f c Katrtn W e r n e r h a s c o m p l e t e d basic training at F o r t Dtx. N.J. W e r n e r received instruction in drill and c e r e monies, weapons, m a p r e a d i n g , t a c t i c s .

m i l i t a r y courtesy, m i l i t a r y justice, f i r s t aid and A r m y history and t r a d i tions Werner is the sister of Heidi Wong Hystone. Canton •

ADVANCES RANK Michael Wooley of C a n t o n w a s c o m missioned a second l i e u t e n a n t upon his r e c e n t g r a d u a t i o n f r o m the U S Milit a r y A c a d e m y , West Point, N Y He also e a r n e d a b a c h e l o r ' s d e g r e e in modern history Wooley. a 1979 g r a d u a t e of P l y m outh S a l e m High School, ts scheduled to a t t e n d air d e f e n s e a r t i l l e r y t r a i n i n g at F o r t Bliss, T e x a s

Wooley is t h e son of T h o m a s and Marion Wooley. Versailles. Canton •

JOINS E X E R C I S E A i r m a n 1st C l a s s Kevin E a t o n of Canton has p a r t i c i p a t e d in Global Shield 84. an e x e r c i s e involving U.S. Air F o r c e . Air F o r c e Reserve, Air Na Uonal G u a r d . N a v y and Marine C o r p s units and e l e m e n t s of the C a n a d i a n forces The e x e r c i s e , c o o r d i n a t e d by the Air F o r c e S t r a t e g i c Air C o m m a n d , w a s designed to e n h a n c e r e a d i n e s s and the ability of the c o m m a n d to c a r r y out ord e r s should d e t e r r e n c e fail E a t o n is an a i r c r a f t m a i n t e n a n c e

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s p e c i a l i s t with the 380th B o m b a r d m e n t Wing at P i t t s b u r g h Air F o r c e Base, NY A 1979 g r a d u a t e of P l y m o u t h S a l e m High School, he is the son of reUred Air F o r c e Staff Sgt William and S u z a n n e ' E a t o n S h a n a Drive, Canton •

A R R I V E S FOR DUTY A r m y P f c K a t h r y n Dillon of Plymouth h a s a r r i v e d for d u t y at F o r t Richa r d s o n , Alaska Dillon, a supply specialist with t h e 172nd I n f a n t r y B r i g a d e , w a s previously assigned at F o r t J a c k son, S.C A 1978 g r a d u a t e of P l y m o u t h S a l e m High School, she is the d a u g h t e r of Jo-

seph and B e a t r i c e Dillon. B e a c o n Hill, Plymouth •

JOINS AIR F O R C E Vicki Monk of Canton has e n t e r e d t h e U.S. Air F o r c e ' s delayed e n l i s t m e n t p r o g r a m Monk, a 1984 g r a d u a t e ol P l y m o u t h Canton High School, will enter t h e r e g u l a r Air F o r c e on Aug 14 F o l l o w i n g g r a d u a U o n f r o m a si«w e e k basic t r a i n i n g c o u r s e at L a c k l a n d Air F o r c e Base. Texas, she will r e c e i v e t e c h n i c a l t r a i n i n g a s a linguist specialist and be assigned to an Air F o r c e duty station Monk is the d a u g h t e r of Roy a m Ruby-Monk. F a i r v i e w , Canton.

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Tuttle's filing prompts qiestions By T a n B a n a a staff writer C o n t r o v e r s i a l Livonia city t r e a s u r e r E l a i n e T u t t l e o n c e a g a i n has city hall buzzing B e f o r e leaving for a t n p to E u r o p e Tuttle filed a s a R e p u b l i c a n c a n d i d a t e for c o u n t y c o m m i s s i o n e r f r o m the 10th District which includes P l y m o u t h and Livonia In her a b s e n c e g o v e r n m e n t w a t c h e r s a r e asking each o t h e r Is T u t t l e s e r i o u s about running against f i v e - t e r m R e p u b l i c a n incumbent M a r y D u m a s ' Will Tuttle resign a s t r e a s u r e r to m a k e the c a m p a i g n r u n ' Will she r e s i g r t j f e l e c t e d c o m m i s s i o n e r , or will she a t t e m p t to hang on to both j o b s , each of which is c o n s i d e r e d either fullt i m e or " n e a r l y ' f u l l t i m e ' Can she legally bold t w o such elecUve positions'" These q u e s t i o n s and o t h e r s m a y be a n s w e r e d once T u t t l e r e t u r n s Until then, h o w e v e r , t h e r e a r e any n u m b e r of people who r e m a i n wonder ing a b o u t tbe t r e a s u r e r s intentions The n u m b e r includes • D u m a s , a Livonia resident and c o m m i s s i o n e r f o r the last 11 years, who has hired an a t t o r n e y to d e t e r m i n e if t h e r e is a legal prohibiUon a g a i n s t holding t h e two jobs • The Livonia Republican p a r t y c h a i r m a n who said he h e a r d about t h e Tuttle c a n d i d a c y second-hand • Bill D e m b i e c . c h a i r m a n of Tuttle s c a m p a i g n for 1983 re-elecUon a s t r e a s u r e r , who said T u t t l e spoke a b o u t the c o u n t y c o m m i s s i o n e r ' s job t w o months a g o D e m b i e c said, however, that it w a s the last t i m e he spoke to her and he is now w a i t i n g to h e a r f r o m her Voters will s e l e c t c a n d i d a t e s for the o f f i c e of county c o m m i s s i o n e r in the p a r t i s a n p r i m a r y election Aug 7 The R e p u b l i c a n n o m i n e e and the Democ r a t i c n o m i n e e will f a c e e a c h other in the N o v e m b e r g e n e r a l elecUon The 10th d i s t r i c t includes Livonia. P l y m outh. P l y m o u t h T o w n s h i p , Northville and Northville T o w n s h i p T H E J O B of city t r e a s u r e r is considered full t i m e by g o v e r n m e n t e x p e r t s It p r e s e n t l y p a y s J34.200 a y e a r and provides for e x p e n s e s and use of a city car The j o b of c o u n t y c o m m i s s i o n e r p a y s 127,000 a n d p r o v i d e s for e x p e n s e s There has been s o m e a r g u m e n t in recent y e a r s over w h e t h e r the job is con sidered p a r t - t i m e o r f u l l u m e Incumbent D u m a s said it is n e a r l y ' ' a fullt i m e job Tuttle's filing s e e m i n g l y pits her against D u m a s f o r the R e p u b l i c a n n o m i n a t i o n D u m a s h a s proven to be a strong v o t e - g e t t e r and h a s run for reelection w i t h o u t c h a l l e n g e in s o m e

y e a r s Tbe 10th D i s t r i c t is g e n e r a l l y considered R e p u b l i c a n t e r r i t o r y Tuttle is f r e s h f r o m a N o v e m b e r 83 n o n - p a r t i s a n r e - e l e c t i o n victory which saw ber get m o r e v o t e s than any o t h e r Livonia e l e c t e d o f f i c i a l The only a n n o u n c e d D e m o c r a t i c candidate for t h e j o b is L a u r a Toy. a S c h o o l c r a f t College t r u s t e e and Livonia businesswoman Toy said s h e w o u l d q u i j ber e l e c t i v e job as S c h o o l c r a f t t r u s t e e if she w e r e elected c o m m i s s i o n e r DUMAS C H A L L E N G E D Tuttle s ability to r e m a i n city t r e a s u r e r and be a county c o m m i s s i o n e r "We do not b e l i e v e she can a d e q u a t e ly p e r f o r m both j o b s when ooe of which was designed by the compensaUon commission of L i v o n i a a s a f u l l U m e job and c o m m i s s i o n e r is n e a r l y a f u l l t i m e job." At this point. D u m a s said she can not say if t h e r e is a legal conflict in holding both positions D u m a s said she has hired a f o r m e r Livonia assistant city a t t o r n e y to r e s e a r c h the issue. . She said she h a s a • m o r a l " c o m plaint with T u t t l e ' s candklacy 'Our c o m m i s s i o n m e e t i n g s a r e a l m o s t all held during the d a y - t i m e e x c e p t for a few special ones, she said So. which one a r e you going to fully c o m p l e t e ' If you're not t h e r e when w e ' r e having a meeting, how a r e you suppose to v o t e ' ' " State law p r o h i b i t s s o m e elected officials f r o m s e r v i n g in t w o elected posi lions s i m u l t a n e o u s l y But. J a m e s O'Sul livan. an a s s i s t a n t s u t e a t t o r n e y gen e r a l who s p e c i a l i z e s in " i n c o m p a t a b i l i ty q u e s t i o n s . ' ' could not say i m m e d i a t e l y if a city t r e a s u r e r and county c o m m i s s i o n e r is one of those combinations

shed m u c h light 00 her ll^ona • In g e n e r a l peopie P * r t y if they f i l e f o r office but ^ d n ' t choose to." he said, stressing, t h a t it is m e r e l y a graUous ffrf not a r e q u i r e d ooe "I d o n ' t know if s l f 0 k e e P both j o b s but I did get i t ^ - b a n d that s h e h a s a legal o p i m ^ h i C h she could " Democrat ON T H E not s p o k e n to ic c a n d i d a t e Toy, said she h a s T u t t l e a b o u t the h e a r d f r o>m m at l e a s f P ^ P le t h a t Tuttie p l a n s to w i t h d r j " I t s e e»ms m s awftfP^cul' elar t h a t no

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D E M B I E C said that when he last spoke to T u t t l e s h e told him she w a s serious about s e e k i n g the county job and w a n t e d to k e e p the t r e a s u r e r s Job as well "I knew she w a s serious about it and I knew she w a n t e d to k e e p both jobs but the whys it would be h e a r say " Based on c o u n t y elections record, Tuttle has not filed a new c o m m i t t e e list of o f f i c e r s for a c a m p a i g n for the Wayne County C o m m i s s i o n race, which m e a n s ber last c o m m i t t e e of record, the C o m m i t t e e to E l e c t E l a i n e Tuttle t r e a s u r e r of the c i t y of Livonia, is continued for t b e n e w r a c e Dembiec said he plans to r e m a i n a s ber c o m m i t t e e president "We h a v e n ' t w o r k e d out the d e t a i l s yet," be said "I w a s waiting to h e a r f r o m ber."' Dan P i e r c e c c h i . c h a i r m a n of the Wayne 2nd R e p u b l i c a n Club, could not

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The Canton Beautification Commit tee meet* al ? p m i the first Thursday of each month at Canton Township Hall. Canton Center Road south of Proctor

All parents of Plymouth Canton Higf: School June graduates a r e invited to volunteer their help to produce the an nual Senior Party following graduation on June 13 More parent participation is needed and would be welcome Phone Gordon or Pat Eddy at 453 1431 for details The theme this year is the "Roaring "20s



GARDEN PLOTS The Tonquish Creek Garden Club in conjunction with Plymouth Township again this year will offer to Plymouth residents the availability of garden plots Rental of these plots will be $5 For more information, contact Esther Hulsing at Plymouth Township Hall

• AEROBIC FITNESS Aerobic Fitness clashes a r e offered at St John Episcopal Church on -Sheldon Road in Plkymouth in the morning

and evening Monday through Saturday Beginner and intermediate classes a r e available and child care is available in the morning For information on sched uiing c all 459 9229 e i t 78

outh Park.,3 Recreation [department will be discount tickets to the following starting in Mav 804,10 5 child $10 45 adult i. edar Poin i 50 all ages Sea World $' 55 child ,5 adult. Detroit Zoo. 75 cenls chlld adult. Great America $11 75 a!! ajGeauga a|j ages

• HALL OF FAME NOMINEES The Kiwanis Club of Plymouth would like the community al large to submit names of persons whom they feel a r e eligible for election to the Plymouth Hall of F a m e The candidates must be at least 30 y e a r s of age residents of the community for at least 10 years may be male or female, and must have made some significant contribution • monetary, political or emotional to the j o m m u m i ; Nominations may be submitted to Kiwanis Hall of FarmPost Office Box 594 Plvmouth MI 48170

1 he Ann Ar Bicycle Touring Soci ety is sponsor^ midweek group nde every Wt-dnes night through September Ridersve at 6 30 p m from •he southwest -n e r 0 f ^ e Meijer • hrift) Acres 4 J n ) ? i o l m Canton Rides are above, miles in length "'•ion members a^-loome

• STREET DAING The Plymouth imunily Chamber yf ( o m m e r c e sponsoring Street [lances in Plymor 7 30 to 10 p m each Friday from .. 1 S l h r o u g h Aug 31 The musicians »*, inK l m e d u p b t>ennis Harlan of ertaiment Con sullants of A m e r i c a o( P]vmoulh W,th the support of [ ) e t r o U pe
The J a y c e e s a r e seeking co-sponsors for a Fourth of July fireworks displa\ Call Clifton MrLellan at 397-0030 or write the J a y c e e s at P O Bo* 279 Plymouth 48170 if you car help

• COl'NTR Y FESTIVAL CON CESSIONS Concessions a r e available for this year s Canton Country Festival which will feature a circus parade carnival Stroh 5 bluegra.vs and more The festi val dates a r e June 9-17 with o n c e s sions o p e r a n t ^ June l J j J < " T o r m ? n v information *«^applicatior. i .ill Vickie Gaylord at 981-6175 until May 10 After May. 10 call Richard Thomas at 453-9191 or 981 6386 Applications also a r e available at the Canton Li brary

• SI Bl RBAN COSuburban Children' (><) p \ u r 3 e r % 1- accepting app;icati, f l > r 3 . a n { ] 4 vear-olds for the 1984 s r hool year For more i n f o r m a t i o n i J n d ' a a t 455 0953

• HANDK UPPERS' ST) BK The Metropolitan Soc f o r c n p . pled Children and Adults ] u s l pleted the third printing ^ Handicappers Harfflbook This i,g e let serves the disbled by , l d i n g i n . formation on where to go^ w ( j 0 to contact on such diverse to a s g OV , ernment aid camps, eoyment orthopedic shoes The f r f > n d b o o k may be obtained by contact \ f e l r o . poll tan Society of C n p p l e ^ , ] d r e n and Adults, 1127 W h i t t i e r j r o 9 S f Pointe Park MI 48230 Phone 4 2 7g

• BACKYARD POOLS NEEDED Backyard swimming pools are need ed in the Plymouth Canton and North ville area by the Plymouth Community Family YMCA Monday Friday July 9 20 July 23 to Aug 3, or Aug 6 17 If you have a pool and would like to donate iLs use f r o m one to two hours a day. for any of the above two-week periods, call the Plymouth Y at 453 2904

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A discussion group for single adults with or without custody of tbeir chil dren is being sponsored by Canton Men la I Health Services, a unit of St Joseph and Mercywood hospitals Topics will include parenting, dating sexuality coping with stress loneliness, finances Group leaders is Bob Hall ACSW Tbe group meets Thursdays evenings 6-7 30 p m in the offices of Canton P r o l e s sional P a r k on Canton Center Road just south of Joy Fee is SI0 per session Call 459-6580 for information and reg utration

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Colony Swim Club on Beck in Plymouth is accepting applications for new memberships Join now and save $30 For more information, call the m e m bership c h a i r m a n at 455 3391

Widowed In SERvice (WI^ a small informal support group s c i a j . ly helpful for recently widow™,sons meets at the Newman USk? I730(f Haggerty south of the ^ l c r a f t College campus, every T h j a y 10-11.30 a m For more inforr on " call the Women's Resource Cer ». 591-6400 F.xt 430

• AMI SEMENT PARK TICK ETS . In cooperation with Michigan Recre ation and P a r k s Association. the Plym-

• ASSERTIVE.NESS FOR WOMEN Ongoing small groups are being offered to deal with the effects of chang ing roles and lifestyles of women depression. stress low self-esteem and non assertion Insurance coverage and sliding-scale fee available Run by an experienced stale-licensed social work er A f r e e 30-minute initial evaluation is offered Ask for Sandy al Canton Mental Health Services phone 4596580 between S a m and 5 p m or at 481-0017 a f t e r 8 p m

• FINGERPRINTING CHIL DREN The Plymouth Police Department will fingerprint children ages 3-12 from Plymouth and Plymouth Town ship f r e e f r o m 9 a m to 2 30 p m the first Saturday of each month Appoint ments must be made To participate, the child must have a parent or legal guardian present and have a valid birth certificate to present when fingerprint ed All records will be turned over to the parent or guardian All appoint ments a r e on a first-come first-served basis

• TELE-CARE Senior citizens in Plymouth-Canton may participate in a Tele-Care program in which telephone contact is made daily with senior citizens to check on their well-being For more in formation, Canton residents mav call 397-1000, Ext 278, and Plvmouth residents may call 453-3840 ' E i t 37, or 453-2671 at Plymouth Township Hall

• ZESTERS Zesters, a club for residents ^ 5 and older, meets 1 p m Thursdays in the Canton Recreation Center 44237 Michigan Avenue at Sheldon Membership

fees are 11 to join and SI per month The Zesters have monthly pot lucks bingo, movies and trips The club is looking for pinochle players Lunch is served at 11 30 a m.. and reservations for lunch can be made 24 hours in advance. For more information about tbe club, call the Canton Senior Citizen office at 397-1000, Ext 278

• OAKWOOD VOLUNTEER GUILD Tbe Volunteer Guild at Oakwood Hcfcpital Canton Center continues to offer free blood-pressure checks 6-8 p m every Tuesday at the hospital. 7300 Canton Center Road at Warren

• TOUGH LOVE Tough Love, a self-help group for parents of Adolescents, meet^, every Monday at 7 p m at Growth Works. 240 S Main Plymouth

Employment Dynamics P r o g r a m , sponsored by Growth Works Inc . is being planned for pre-employment training and job-placement assistance for people 16-21 Growth Works is enrolling people for the program Applicants must meet income guidelines and live in western Wayne County Transportation will be provided to a limited number of enrollees For information call 455-4093

• NEIGHBORHOOD W ATCH The Plymouth Police Department is organizing a Neighborhood Watch pro^ g r a m for the city of Plymouth Any resident interested In becoming in volved in the program mav call Chief Ralph White at 453-8600 from 8 a m to 5 p.m Monday-Friday Tbe progTam is a protection against residential break ins and burglaries

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As of this date, some 26 merchants and individuals have generously contributed toward team expenses for the three days and three nights of the com petition, their combined efforts cover ing the costs of the team s room and board

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To the editor Many people a r e under the misconception that large amounts of mooey a r e being spent for gifted education On the contrary The 1979 federal budget provided more than 11,000 for each learning disabled American child versus only $2 42 per gifted and talented c h i l d " ! Upper, 1979) Last spring in gifted education circles there was a flurry of activity as •state legislation was introduced to more than double the funding for gifted education The expectation wasn't fully realized, but there was a substantial increase The total picture became clear, how ever, in literature distributed by the League of Women Voters Even with' the sizable increase, the amount-allocated to gifted education was one of the

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smallest items in the state budget In fact, if was only a fraction of that allocated to Miscellaneous Expense*. " At the local level we a r e hopeful that our highly successful Magnet P r o g r a m can be maintained for those children presently involved as tbey become 7th and 8th graders. The actual cost is unclear. but conservstively It Involves a need for some start up resource materials and possibly ooe additional teacher . Here again, the figure might seem large when compared to a weekly grocery bill, or even a husband's yearly salary However, by comparison, in the district budget there is an item, under miscellaneous, that allows for 8v% unassigned teachers Clearly the cost of gifted education at the federal, state and district levels is so small that it cannot be a f a c t o r in approving the program Joan L. Kotcher President, Plymouth-Can too Association for the Academically Talented

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T R A V E L E R S TO E U R O P E Tbe Plymouth Y Travelers will be taking a trip to Europe July 23 through Aug 9 to visit Italy, Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Germany, Holland. Belgium and France Tbe charge of 11.805 per person is based on double •jccupancy. price of air fare subject to change Includes 14 continental break fasts and eight three-course dinners For information, phone 453-2904 or visit the Y's office at 248 Union St between 3-5 p m

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the unemployed e 12 hours a day of pre-produced training and edocaUonai programs, such as high school equivalency aeries, shows 00 )ob seeking, interviewing techniques, skills training, and other educational series of pertinence to the unemployede A daily one-bour, live news show, called Survival News, whose reportage will be exclusively directed to tbe information needs of the unemployed USING AN on-screen c h a r a c t e r generator. Michigan Employment Security Commission will publish listings of job openings in h a l f - h o u r / e g m e n t s several times a day

News and information oo services, employment and economic trends, gathered by CISU and its participating institutions, will also be displayed. The unemployed in cabled suburban communities should call their local cable systems to find out when The Working Channel will be offered in their communities. Networking groups of job-seekers will meet at any ooe of 100 Working Channel centers being established during the next several months throughout Detroit. Wayne County and southern Oakland and Macomb counties. Each will be plugged into The Working Channel signal by cable in most suburban areas, or by microwave receiving dish in noncabled a r e a s such as Detroit

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BRUNCH & ANNIE' A Sunday BHinch at the West Gate Dinner Theatre in Toledo and a chance to see the Broadway hit "Annie is being offered by the Y T r a v e l e r s for a charge of $27 For information, call the Y office at 453-2904

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THROUGH THE end of June, CISU is operating under a six-month, 8450,000 grant from the federal Jofc Training Partnership Act (JTPA). Application for continued funding is now in process Institutions spearheading the development of Tbe Working Channel/CISU system a r e WTVS (Ch. 56), Wayne State University, the Michigan Employment Security Commission and the Michigan Department of Labor, the South East Michigan Educational Television Consortium, under the leader-

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If you like your basketball one-onone and nin-and-gun. the w a r m - u p ballgame to Tuesday night's eighth annua! International Basketball Classic at Schoolcraft College was your kind of hoops The warm-up game pitted tbe Metro AAU junior mens team, m a d e up of players from suburban Detroit, against the Detroit AAU team, m a d e up of players from the inner city. The Observer & Eccentric a r e a was well represented in the contest, with Phil Graczyk (Livonia Bentley), Mario Grazulis (John Glenn), and Erich Hartnett (Plymouth Salem) on the Metro team, and Rich Goldberg (Detroit Country Day) on the Detroit 'squad

Sure, a guy might expect a few surprises a f t e r a vacation Like not being able to find his desk ('"What do you mean it's been cleaned out?") or forgetting bow to tpye But this — it's down right bizarre I left two weeks ago today and returned Monday In that space of Ume • Troy s girls soccer team was ousted from tbe ' state tournament by Harper Woods Regina, • Neither Plymouth Canton s or Plymouth Salem's baseball teams - both s u t e finalists in the past two years made it as far as tbe district finals. • Livonia Churchill actually failed to win its league title in boys track for tbe first time in a dozen years - Salem unseated the Chargers; Livonia Stevenson's unbeatable softball and girb soccer t e a m s both proved beatable, the softball team sidelined by Livonia Franklin, which it no-hit earlier in the season, and tbe defending state champ soccer team losing in the finals to Northville. which it trounced 6-0 in league play Add to that a merging of the Western Lakes Activities Association and three Northwest Suburban League t e a m s and you can understand why I might feel like I just returned from a fiveyear mission on the Starship Enterprise instead of a 10-day t n p to Phoenix AND YET, if these events served to make me feel somewhat unsteady upon my return to routine workaday life, tbe first call I handled renewed my faith in human nature relative to the world of sports Which means I'm very shaky indeed That first call concerned tbe Class A state tennis tournament, which host-team Midland Dow won Redford Catholic Central was second, Birmingham Brother Rice tied for third Those three t e a m s were the main characters In a drama that bad more twists and turns than an Agatha Christie novel The result of this tournament subplot had ma)or consequences It made Dow.the state champ and CC the runner-up and. in an odd way, gave Brother Rice a measure of vengeance HERE'S WHAT H A P P E N E D The situation Rice co-captain J a m e s McNulty is ocked in a struggle with Dow's Mark Rampy in a fourth singles semifinal match. Each player has *on a set and McNulty leads 5-4 in tbe final McNulty is serving, trailing Rampy 30-40. and he iouble-faults Game goes to Rampy. right? Not exactly Officials incorrectly award the point to McNulty. naking It a deuce game. McNulty wins tbe next wo points, taking tbe game and the match with a 6I final-set victory Hold on there, says Rampy's father, who points mt the mistake. The Dow coach lodges a protest ind. sure enough, all parties agree it was a blunder The question now is what to do about I t Wouldn't you know It — there's a hotline in Minneapolis for lust such occasions, a USTA-sponsored association J u t rules on tennis rules Its decision Award the game to Rampy, tying :he match at 5-5, and tack the two points McNulty »erved a f t e r the blunder onto the score of the next game That m e a n s Rampy is still alive and serving, but trails 0-30 The set eventually goes 16 games before Rampy wins 9-7 to a d v a n c e to the finals SO WHERE DOES CC figure in all of this 1 The Shamrocks had a player pitted in the finals against Rampy Robert Martin lost 7-6 0-1 Considering Dow won the state title by a mere two points, Rampy's presence — and eventual victory — in tbe finals m a d e a difference in wbo would reign as state champion. "We would have had a better chance against the Rice kid." said CC coach Frank Garlicki "Rob has beaten him already this year"" But McNulty, who according to Garlicki went from elation when it appeared be bad won to deflation when he learned the victory was still in doubt, fell despite a strong e f f o r t Yet, with his defeat. Rice got an odd measure of revenge against

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After all, the Warriors had woo five straight Catholic League titles until CC emerged this season First the Shamrocks nipped Rice in a dual meet, then edged the Warriors in the state regional* In the Catholic League championships CC rolled over Rice Now, McNulty's loss cost CC a state title NONE OF WHICH bothered Garlicki. who was sappier than I was when I found my desk For the first time in its history. CC had individual state champions (is second and third doubles) and with only two seniors oo Jie team the future looks bright 'It wasn't an intentional mistake," said the chipper Garlicki. It was just a bad break " Probably just as well. It would have been unfortunate to win a state title backing In oo such a goof Anyway. Garlicki put the whole matter In proper perspective The Shamrocks tost two dual meets this season, both by 5-2 scores to Class B powerhouse BloomfleM Hills Cranbrook "As a matter of fact, Cranbrook best Dow this year 0-1," Garlicki pointed o a t Which simply means the best tennis team in the s u t e won't be found among the Class A squads The title rests with Cranbrook, the Class B champ for the past flea years. And In this period of sports oddity and uncertainty. Cranbrook'i year-la. year-out welcome stability

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The ^ame preceded the featured attraction, the Michigan AAU team — a team of the state's best high school players chosen by the Michigan AAU Committee beaded by Schoolcraft College coach Rocky Watkins — against the Ontario Provincial men's team of Canada (See related story) • THE WARM-UP g a m e was a fastpaced affair that left the players, and the 100 or so fans, exhausted Tbe Metro team, paced by tbe r a p id-fire scoring abilities of Andre and Bryan Bond from Willow Run. held off Detroit. 121-116 Metro led 60-54 at half. Detroit, led by Detroit Western standout Richard Hunter, who scored a game-high 22 points, roared ahead of Metro 63-60 at the start of the second half Please turn to Page 3

Michigan rips Ontario in featured AAU event By Rich 8 wen soo staff writer

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The Michigan AAU junior men's £>asketball team unloaded its guns in Tuesday's slam-jam. 128-97 tuneup win over a small, but scrappy Ontario t e a m in tbe International Classic at Schoolcraft College But Michigan coach Rocky Watkins hopes his players can still pull the trigger this weekend when tbe t e a m travels to Boston to compete in the prestigious Boston Shootout

Erich Martnett. P l y m o u t h S a l e m ' s f l a s h y p o i n t g u a r d b o u n d for C o n c o r d i a C o l l a g e n e x t fall, d i d n ' t s e e t o o m u c h c o u r t l i m a T u e s day in a n AAU c o n t a a t . Ha atlll m a n a g e d aix p o i n t s a n d t h r e e a s s i s t s in t h e g a m e .

' I t ' s supposed to have the strongest field In the history of tbe tournament." Watkins said. "We're really looking forward to some great competition. We think we've improved as

Johnson 8th in state in long jump It was a very small contingent of C E P track and field competitors that participated in tbe state meet last Saturday in Jackson. But. they didn't return empty-handed Dawn Johnson. Plymouth Salem's four-event standout brought home an eighth-place medal In the long jump. She jumped ber season's best, 1611 Mi. to win the place and a point. SHE QUALIFIED for state meet by taking a second In the regional meet Tbe rest of the Salem contingent wasn't as fortunate Salem's Erich Hartnett didn't place In the high jump. His best was 6-3 The Rock's 400-meter relay team ran its best time of the season, 44 2 — just 1 of a second off the school record — but, that wasn't good enough for a p l a c Tbe relay-team members were, Brian Neuhardt, Jeff Arnold, Marc Tlndall and Craig Morton

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a team, and we hope to prove we be long among some great t e a m s " Tbe Michigan team had some problems early with a tough Ontario team, paced by Canada's "Mr Basketball." Mario T a r a n t i n o . T h e 6 - f o o t - 3 sharpshooter scored 16 of his 24 pdints in first half as the Canadians trailed by only four points. 42-38, with six minutes left. BUT MICHIGAN outscored Canada 24-5 in the remaining six minutes to take a 60-43 edge at tbe break Eli P a r k e r (Pootiac Central) Ignited the rally with several thunderous dunks as the taller and quicker Michi gan finally got its running g a m e together, * P l e a s e turn to P a g e 5

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T W I C E A M O N T H , o n e S a l e m a n d o n e C a n t o n a t h l e t e will b e s a l u t e d f o r t h e i r e f f o r t s A t h l e t e s will b e s e l e c t e d b y t h e c o a c h i n g s t a f f s of t h e i r r e s p e c t i v e s c h o o l s For t h e W i n n i n g D e a l ' ' o n a n e w or u s e d c a r o r t r u c k , s e e Dick S c o t t Buick o r Dick S c o t t D o d g e

By C J . Weak staff writer Saturday was Redford Catholic Central tennis team's brighest hour And with just ooe more break, it could have been even brighter Tbe Shamrocks, who had "never bad a player go beyond the quarterfinals'' at tbe state m e e t according to coach Frank Garlicki, crowned two Individual champions, had two others reach their flight finals and bad a fifth get as far as the semifinals to finish second In the Class A tournament st Midland Dow "I was real happy." said Garlicki "1 bad us figured st just about where we finished I thought a break here or there would have woo it for as " Despite their stellar play. OC fell just short Midland Dow's 14 points was tops, with the Shamrocks finishing with 22. Birmingham Brother Rice and Ann Arbor Huron followed with 17 points apiece with P o r t a g e Northern (11), T r s v e r s e City (II). East longing (12), and Birmingham Seabolm and Berkley (11 each) next CCS SECOND and third doubles teams made Shamrock history with their respective state charoptooshtps. Tom Flack and Jeff Huston whipped Midland Dow's JOB Hop and John Nielsen 7-4, 7-4 to setae the second doubles crown. Pteaee turn t o P a g e 3

A PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL FLASHBACK Lisa Russell's talented touch around the net helped Plymouth Canton close out its gtrla soccer, s e a s o n in winning fashion with a 4-0 blanking of Farmington Harrison Friday, May 27, 1983 at Canton Russell netted all four goals for the Chtefs. bringing her season total to 12. Lori Engei assisted o n two of Russell's tallies and Kim Reeves assisted on another •

Pat Phillips s t o p p e d six Harrison shots t o record her third shutout. Canton fired 16 s h o t s at the Harrison goal. The victory g a v e the Chiefs a 5-7-2 final s e a s o n record

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METRO J U M P E D ahead 19-11 a f t e r 10 minutes. After a timeout, however. Michigan began to get the ball inside Tbey rattled off seven unanswered points to get back in the game With the score tied 22-22, 6:58 left in tbe half. Kavanaugh knew he was facing a crisis point. Michigan appeared poised to run his team out of the gym Kavanaugh countered by sending in his Farmington Connection - namely, Rhonda Lancaster and Alyse Fortune

with mi , With uMichigan up 54-48, Govan began to take charge She rattled off aeven more unanswered points After another clutch hoop by Lancaster, Metro was up 57-54. In the next seven minutes the score was tied nine times and the lead changed hands six times - It was that kind of g a m e A flat-out white-knuc* kler. With Metro up 75-73 oo a couple of Emily Wagner — another Ladywood star — hoops. Govan made a pair of plays that iced the win. She tied up Alyana MfcGee under the Metco basket with 4 50*left Despite giving up about • four inches In height. Govan won the tip. slapping it to Wagner who missed the layup But. guess wbo followed up the play and scored oo the rebound - * you got It, Govan. A Lisa Harvey basket brought Michigan back within two with 2:56 left. Har- * vey led her t e a m with 17 points — ' playing a brilliant game.

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To do that. Kavanaugh had his team deploy a menacing half-court t r a p defense The defense confused Michigan for the first 10 miuntes of the first half and gave them fits down the stretch

, p ffrom r o m Farmington High, and Sarah BasFarmwgton HUfe. and Sarah Hasford and Beverly White f r o m Farming too Hills Mercy i The move sparked Metro Fortune hit a jumper, Basford drained another then Lancaster hit two s t r a i g h t , ooe oo a pretty feed from Basford — boom Metro is up by six again. "Those kids really did a job for us" Kavanaugh said. Toward the end of the half, however, Michigan began to dominate tbe offensive boards, getting two and three shots each time down the court. The result Michigan carried a 40-34 lead into the half. TOWARD THE E N D of the half. I felt we lost some of our intensity," kavanaugh said. "I felt we m a y have got a little tired. We seemed to get our second wind in the second half " It was Govan wbo breathed the life into the Metro team in tbe second half She scored the first six Metro points, trading hoops with Michigan's Thornp-

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zulis tossed in six points and hauled down several key rebounds. Hartnett. wbo has played exceptionally well throughout the AAU trials. wasn't given a lot of court Ume by coach J a c k Grennan. Still, the Concordia Col lege-bound point guard tossed in six points and had three assists Goldberg, another player not s e e ing too much playing Ume, registered 10 points for the Detroit team Other scorers netting double figures for the Metro squad were. Mike Mellon (YpsilanU}, 12, Dwight Garrett (Lapeer East). 14, and the g a m e s MVP Devould. tossed in 11 For Detroit Ricky Clark (Denby) 16 Reggie Smith (Aquinas). 16 Lynn Hardy (Cooley). 15. .Cliff Peterson (Denby), 13; and Rodney Heard (Cody). 10

The teams traded hoops until it was "3-70. then the Bond brothers, along with Oak Park's Mike Thornton and Kalamazoo Loy N o r m ' s Malcolm Devoold. began to light the place up In a five-minute stretch. Metro outscored Detroit 24-8 In that span, the Bonds scored 12 and assisted on sev. eral other baskets Tbe Detroiters never got back into the game a f t e r that Andre Bond heading for Kentucky s tate, scored 17 points on the day Bryan, who has yet to choose a school added 12 Thornton s 21 points paced the Metro attack

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CANTON B E A T S E A G L E S Tbe Canton Soccer Club whipped its sister club, the Plymouth-Canton Eagles. 6-0 last Sunday in G r e a t Lakes Mens Soccer League action. The win puts Canton at 3-1-1 on the year The Eagles fall to 2-3 • LIONS F O O T B A L L The Plymouth-Canton Junior League Lions Football Organization will sponsor three teams this fall in the Western Suburban Football League Tbe Lions play an eight-game schedule. The registration fee is 140 per play and $25 per cheerleader — J100 per family To become a m e m b e r of the Lions call 455-8306 or 397-0597

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Kalamazoo s under 17 AAU team took it to a Buffalo, N Y . AAU junior men's t e a m in the preliminary game, whipping them 106-62 Roy Marble (Flint Beecher) scorers with 23 points Loy (East Kentwoodi had 22 and Sutton (Grand Rapids Union)

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Cleo Lame. Chick C o r e a 8 p rr> Saturday, June 30 Pavilion $ 18. lawn $ ?2

Donny and M a n e Osmond 8 p m Friday. July 20 Pavilion $16. lawn $10 50

The Rovers, the Kingston Trio 8 p m Friday. July 6 Pavilion $ -6 lawn $10 50

Peter. Paul and Mary 8 p m Saturday, July 21 Pavilion $17. lawn $11

S u s a n Anton, with special guest 8 p m Saturday. July 7 Pavilion $17 lawn $11

snacks a r e served up at both locations, along with the music The Meadow Brook Music Festival goes into its 21st season, with a Friday Variety Series and a Saturday Variety Series of big-name entertainment by vocalists and musicians. (The classical series opens the season Thursday, June 21.)

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SPOTLIGHT PLAYERS "A Company of Wayward Saints" will be presented at 8 p m FridaysSaturdays, June 8-9 and 15-16. at the John Glenn Auditorium. 56105 Mar quette west of Wayne Road in West land Tickets a r e S4 for adults. <3 for students under 18 and senior citizens over 62 The production includes slapstick comedy, mime, juggling, acrobatics and acting, plus audience par ticipation For ticket information, call 595-6117 or 729-6453 •

PIANO R E C I T A L A spring piano recital will be held at 7 p.m Sunday. June 10. in the Liberal Arts Building Theater at Schoolcraft College in Livonia Students from the Schoolcraft Honors Program. all advanced young pianists who have accumulated many honors this past year, will perform and be recognized for their accomplishments. following the recital Per forming will be Walter Burge, Mike Fallon. Soo Mee and Soo Jin Kwon of Plymouth; David P e r a m p l e and Brad Buszard of Livonia. Betty and Susan Choi of Bloomfield Hills; Matthew and Sherri Hopeman of West Bloomfield, and Julie Burnacki of Dearborn Heights The recital is open to the public without charge CLASSICAL G U I T A R Matthew Mischacoff has been appointed adjunct instructor in classical guitar, beginning in the 1984 fall se"hiester in the Music Department at Schoolcraft College in Livonia Private lessons from Mischaeoff will be part of the program planned around Music 135 A limited number of high school Juniors and seniors will be admitted to the program Music 1S5 meets 1-2 p.m. Thursdays for 16 *eeks beginning Aug 23 For further

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THE F E E L O F the outdoors is provided indoors a t a new Garden P a r t y •eries, which began Wednesday, at the atrium of the Prudential Town Center in Southfield Tbe f r e e concerts preeeoted by Diamond J i m Bra dy's will continue 4S&4 p m each **d»«aday throughout the year Drinks and hors d'oeuvres a r e available amid the musical, cocktail-party atmoaphare. The opener, the J i m Demburg Deo, is J u n e 13 Other attractions a r e to be

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on his two would-be friends, C a p t a i n Bal strode masterfully por trayed by Thomas Stew art. and Ellen Oxford whom J o h a n n a Meier portrayed in a kinder manner than in the origi nal version The most serious weak ness in the opera is the non-communication be tween Ellen and G r i m e s They are supposd to be in love and intending to marry and yet Britten gives no interaction be tween the two leads to give us any knowledge of that love Meier, though uneven in her singing is a sympathetic. kindly person who would be able to interact with an insane person Without any c o n t a c t , though, between the two until the final scene the observer is left wonder ingHf Ellen is as mad as Grimes

THE ORCHESTRA under conductor David Atherton was s u p e r b with the wonderful orchestration'of Britten In this opera the Mel chorus has one of its finest roles

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By Mary I d e n t i c staff writer 14 Angelle Agabashian's dreams come true, someday her artworks will be found in many closets or bureau drawers Tbe young Livonia resident knows ber work is nothing to hide away Agabashian. you see. wants to be a designer She paints ber delicate patterns not on a canvas propped 00 an easel, but on a variety of fabrics ranging from gentle China silks to cotton sweatshirts "All this might get m e somewhere," Agabashian said with a smile, gesturing in ber basement For now, that is where sbe does ber work, But she Is looking for a larger studio near school Agabashian will be one of the local artists participating In the first Art on the Pointe display, scheduled for June 17 and 18 at the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House in Grosse Pointe Shores Artists Barbara Gibson of Livonia, Dorothy Denner of Canton and Patricia DiFalco of Plymouth also will be taking part in the exhibit. Gibson works with ceramics, Denner with stained glass and DiFalco with country c r a f t s

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G L A S S EXHIBIT F r i d a y . June 8 — Glass artist Dale Chihuly will conduct a slide presentation and talk on his work at an opening reception. 7 30-9 30 p m at the Univer sity of Michigan-Dearborn library, Evergreen in Dearborn Tbe free reception is open to the public Works by Chihuly and some from U of M-D"s cont e m p o r a r y glass collection will be on exhibit at the university through June Hours a r e 8 a m to 9 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, 8 a m to 6 p.m Fridays, 1 30 to 6 p m Sundays • A R T IN THE PARK Saturday, June 9 — Art in the Park, sponsored by the Dearborn Community Arts Council, will be held Saturday and Sunday. June 10 at the Commandant's Quarters. Michigan Avenue and Monroe in Dearborn Hours a r e 10 a m to 5 p.m both days The juried show, which will f e a t u r e fine arts, demonstrations! sculpture and refreshments, is beld in conjunction with the Museum Guild's annual Heritage Fair For information, call tbe Dearborn Historical Museum at 565-3000, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m • H A B A T A T BALLERIES Saturday, June 9 — Recent work by Dale Chihuly will be oo display to July 7 Chihuly is one of the fine contemporary American glass artists Reception to m e e t the artist 8 p m Saturday The gallery is at 28235 Southfield, La thru p Village • V E N T U R E GALLERY Saturday. June 9 — Clay pots by Harvey Sadow will be oo display to Jaly 7 Opening reception 8 p m Saturday Tbe gallery is at 28237 Southfield. Lathrup Village • P O N T 1 A C ART C E N T E R Saturday. June 9 "Studio Artists of Pontiac" continues through July 7. This is a group show of works by more than 15 artists who have studio loft space in the city An ensemble from Pontiac Oakland Symphony Orchestra will play at the 5-8 p m reception Saturday. 47 Williams. Pontiac • BIRMINGHAM BLOOMFIELD ART ASSOCIATION S a t u r d a y . June 9 - Outdoor pottery sale will include several thousand items — stoneware porcelain, vases, teapots, tureens — all made by students Sale runs 10 a m to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Demonstrations both days, 1516 S Cranbrook. Birmingham • A N T I Q U E B O T T L E SHOW Sunday, J u n e 10 - Metro Detroit Antique Bottle Club will present its 11th annual bottle show and sale, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. a t the Livonia West Holiday Inn and Holidome, 1-275 and Six Mile Road Donation of | 1 F r e e appraisals. Call Joe K r a y , 477-9011 between 4 and 10

IN THE meantime, Agabashian keeps busy painting vests and other garments, using stencils and dyes. She recently illustrated tbe book "A Crack in the Armor," a collection of poetry by a friend, Robert Asa Phillips. "It comes and goes," Agabashian said "Sometimes there's not much to do, sometimes there's too much to do." But her real Interest is painting on silks. She uses white, handsewn silks that a r e the size of a scarf, or larger. The larger pieces may be cut and sewn into different garments, or left uncut and displayed as a banner "I draw a lot from nature." Agabashian said "I like flowers " AGABASHIAN uses a hot was method to put some designs on silk. Sbe draws the patterns with a stylus-like tool that holds tbe hot wax. When the cloth is dyed, the a r e a under tbe wax is left the original color Tbe artist alternately draws with the stylus and dyes the cloth to obtain a particular design Larger patterns a r e painted onto tbe silk with brushes of various widths Agabashian. now in her third year at college, has been interested in fabrics for about three years. She always had an attraction to art in general Agabashian's fabrics have been displayed at school and at area fairs. Sbe has approached, or is planning to approach, different stores about carrying her painted garments. "They can be hand or machine the artist said. "As they're

washed and dried, the pigment becomes more pliable with the fabric, so the beat continues to set i t * AGABASHIAN said she doesn't have a style of her own yet, but ia working on i t "It surprised my father you could m a k e mooey playing with crayons,'" sbe said. "It would never mean to you what it means to other people. "This (fabric painting) is dooe in tbe Third World Men In India work all day in tbe sun at it. Tbey put into the design what they're feeling at that time. I'd like to see them doing i t " The Art on the Pointe isn't the only exhibit taking place next week. Tbe Livonia Arts Commission will present Livonia's eighth annual arts and c r a f t s festival Saturday and Sunday. June 16 and 17, at Civic Center Park, at Five Mile and Farmington roads. Admission is free. Food and enter tainment will be available. The festival will f e a t u r e 2S0 exhibitors Times a r e 10 a.m. to 8 p.m June 16. and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 17 ART ON tbe Pointe ia scheduled for 10 a.m to 9 p.m. June 17. and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. June 16. Highlights a r e a c h a m p a g n e auction. 7 to 9 p.m. June 18 by DuMoucbelle Art Galleries; tours of tbe Ford bouse and grounds, children's activities, family entertainment and refreshments Art on the Pointe will f e a t u r e more than 140 artists. Proceeds f r o m the event will help support the Northeast Guidance Center Admission is 94 for adults and 82 for children. Tickets may be ordered by calling the center at 8248000 Tbe Ford bouse is located at 1100 Lake Shore Road, between Eight and Nine Mfle roads.

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AGABASHIAN is studying fabric design at tbe Center for Creative Studies In Detroit. She hopes to continue pursuing the subject In Florence, Italy, New York or Chicago "I'm more interested In the design aspect of it,* Agabashian said "I'm trying to learn more about that "I would like to get into some more clothing Clothes are something that you associate with every day. I can apply that to different things I hope that I can become diverse to fill those needs," Agabashian visited fabric designers

while on a trip to New York, and was Impressed with bow tbey worked at creating new patterns to be sold to such designers as Calvin Klein, or to stores. "That's what I'd like to do." Agabashian said.

p.m.. or Carol Richardson in Rock wood at 379-9223, for information • FARMINGTON COMMUNITY CENTER Sunday. June 10 — Arts and c r a f t s show noon to 8 p.m.. 24705 Farmington Road between 10 and 11 Mile roads, Farmington Hills. • LIVONIA A R T S AND C R A F T S FESTIVAL ~ Saturday. June 16 - Livonia Arts Commission will present Livonia's eighth annual arts and c r a f t s festival, 10 a m to 8 p.m. Saturday, and 10 a m. to 6 p m Sunday, June 17. at Civic Center Park, Five Mile and Farmington roads in Livonia Some 250 exhibitors will be featured. Admission is f r e e Food and entertainment will be available. • ART ON THE P O I N T E Sunday. June 17 - More than 140 artists f r o m the United States and Canada will exhibit their works at the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House in Grosse Pointe Shores Sunday and Monday. June 18 Highlights will include a champagne auction Monday evening by DuMoucbelle Art Galleries of Detroit, tours of the Ford house and grounds, children's activities, family entertainment and refreshments Proceeds will benefit Northeast Guidance Center Hours will be 10 a m to 9 p.m. Sunday and 10 a m . to 7 p m Mooday. Admission is 14 for adults and S2 for children Tickets may be ordered through tbe center, 824-8000 The Ford House is located at 1100 Lake Shore Road, between Eight and Nine Mile roads •

E T H N O - A R T '84 Michigan artists are invited to enter Bank of Commerce's fourth annual art competition, Ethno-Art "84 The contest is open to artists 18 years of age and older Its theme is tbe great ethnic heritage of communities Two-dimensional media must be submitted by Oct 22. A process of slide review will be used to •elect 40 works Eighteen finalists will be cboeen and inwted to the opening of a month-long exhibit in the Hamtramck Albert J. Zak Memorial Public Library At an opening reception Nov 15. the bank will announce six works to be purchased for up to |1,000 each. For complete entry information, contact the bank at 366-1200 or 11300 J o s Campau, Hamtramck 46212. Information also will be available at local art associations, and college and university art d e p a r t m e n t s

• DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS "Passion and Precision: The Photographer and Grand Prix Racing 1894turn to P a g e 2

This is another in a series of lessons on a r t and drawing by special columnist David Messing He has taught for eight years and operates an art store. Art Store and More. 18774 Middiebeit Livonia Messing encourages quest i o n s and c o m ments from readers You may write him at his store'or c / o Observer Newspapers. 23352 Farmington Road, Farmington MI 48024

By David Messing special writer There we were at a funeral home, my family and friends all seated and reminiscing of the loved one who had passed oo. Then I had a wonderful thought. Instead of everyone looking at the body and judging the technical skills of the mortician, why not be a little more creative? I turned to my wife and said, "When I die. I want to be c r e m a t e d and have the ashes placed In a bole In the New life, rebirth . . . symbolism . . . you know, meaning and stuff like that." Soon, even the whispers ceased, and those within ear shot of my idea began to smile From all around I beard s m a r t aleck comments like "Sure Dave, but what kind of tree"' Crabapple"'" My uncle leaned over and said. Probably a fruit tree would be a nice touch " EVEN MY wife said. "Honey, nut trees don't grow well in Michigan." Emotionally bruised I said "WelL I was kind of thinking of a weeping willow " Coming to my defense, my uncle said that if his wife passes on f i r s t be is also going to have ber c r e m a t e d Then be would put the ashes in a paper bag and cut the lower corner off the bag Then holding the bag out the window of the car be would drive around to all the garage sales until all the ashes were gone That is the way she would want I t and it certainly would be commemorative. Critics, critics Everywhere there a r e critics Do we need them'' Are they helpful or are they a hinderance"' First of all. there are two sides to the word criticise The positive side is "to make a sound and careful j u d g m e n t " The negative aide is "to find fault wtth '

artifacts WE AS artists need the sound and careful judgment of others in order to determine whether we a r e rightly expressing our emotion What we don't need is to have someone constantly finding fault with our every stroke of the pen or brush Tbe last few articles I have written were about sensitivity. Now, sensitivity is never to be confused with "touchiness," but because artists a r e naturally more sensitive, they a r e likewise more easily bruised emotiopally. Often, an artist is so moved by an object or emotion that he makes a visual expression of i t This set of visual expression or representation, in effect, leaves the artist with some exposed nerve endings Healthy criticism f r o m family and friends can guide the artist to better expression Tbe a r t teacher can increase technical ability for even better expression FRUSTRATION USUALLY cornea from two sources. First is when expression and technical ability do not coincide. This Is an inner turmoil that can perhaps be shared with those wbo have speech difficulty Their thought and emotion is clear, but their delivery is halting and broken. For the artist, the thought and emotion a r e clear, but the execution or visual representation is not represent!ve of what be wanted to express Tbe second form of frustration is when the artist's emotion and ability to coincide to produce a valid represents tion of his expression, only to find negative c r i t i c i s m Negative criticism is usually a result of poor understanding, but it still hurts when it is directed at you. B u t usually, friends and family are very supportive and offer positive criticism to their local artist. Having seen so many art students over the weeks, months and years, 1 am beginning to see a correlation between positive support and successful a r t But there is a likewise depressing correlation between negative criticism and failure BECAUSE O F the parental negative response to one teen's beautiful artwork, I told my helper she won't last six months Positive support ts the ancouragement needed to try again a f t e r a failure and the "posh" to do It

a f t e r a successful picture Artists should never develop an artistic chip on their shoulders. If my picture doesn't look right I want to know. I know my wife is supportive of me, snd I listen to ber criticism faithfully. If I like i t I a m pleased. II others like it, 1 a m fulfilled So look for criticism If everyone Just says, "Oh . . . yes . . . It's just beautiful,'" to everything yoe do, then find someone who can offer a m o r e critical opinion. Whan your artwork becomes m o r e public, it will initiate many criticisms, some positive and some n e g a t i v e SO SEARCH o«t those who can offar you some positive criticism and head

them. There is no need to search for those who offer negative criticism; they will always be there, even 'til the day you die and have your ashes buried under a tree I must take time out to tell you w e a r e going Into our summer schedule a t the Art Store k More We have had a s many calls about the classes. We have a full list of classes offered for t h e You can call the store for m o r e information about signing up your child or yourself We hope to take aesryona that has been oo the waiting l i s t Adults, there Is still a waiting list for evening, but I am sur« t h e r e a r e a t least one o r two openings for t h e d a y

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T R O Y A R T GALLERY "Figures in Art," is a show of works by gallery artists Pat Beyer oils, Lillian Raskin, mixed media Charlotte Evans, watercolors and oils, William Gropper. Ariel Ben David and Harold Altman. lithographs, and Yoshitoshi. J a p a n e s e woodblock prints Continues through July 28 Hours are. 11 a m to 5 30 p m Tuesday-Sat urday 755 W Big Beaver, Troy • C A R O L H O O B E R M A N GALLERY —" For the Bride & Groom (The Alternative to tbe Toaster Oven) con tinues through Saturday June 30 Works by more than 40 artists are represented in this exhibit which could inspire a little creative gift-giving Hours a r e 10 30 a m to 5 p m Tuesday Saturday. 155 S Bales. Birmingham • F E I G E N S O N GALLERY Recent work by Nancy Pletos is both two and three dimensional and deals with images of bowling and log cabins together Continues through June Hours a r e 11 a m to 5 p m Tuesday Saturday 310 Fisher Building. Detroit • D E T R O I T F O C U S GALLERY

1984" document* through photographs the people c a n and event* of racing s colorful past Open without charge in tbe Albert and P e g j y de Saile Gallery of Photography. 9 30 a m to 5 30 p Tuesday-Sunday • ARNOLD KLEIN GALLERY "The Taste of Arnold Klein." is a show of prints and drawings which this well-respected authority admires Continues through July 14 Hours are 11 a m to 5 30 p m Tuesday-Saturdav 4520 N Woodward. Royal Oak • ANN A R B O R A R T A S S O C I A TION "Beach Collection" by Barbara Dor chen is a mixed media show with a contemporary approach featuring draw ings. assemblages and photographs 117 West Liberty, Ann Arbor • GALLERY B I R M I N G H A M "Pat Mavhew Recent Works." is an exhibit of new hand-dyed paper collages by this Birmingham artist who has had a number of one-person shows in the metropolitan area Regular gallery hours a r e 10 a m to 5 p m Mon day-Wednesday, until 8 p m Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 223 S Woodward Birmingham • RUBINER G A L L E R Y All craft show includes functional and sculptural works by artists from many parts of the country Continues through June Hours a r e 10 a ,nj. to 5 30 p m Monday-Friday, until 5 p m Sat urday, 7001 Orchard Lake Suite 430A West Bloomfield

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"Installations Outdoor Sites." is being held simultaneously in Chene Park ai»d the gallery The park is de signed-as a "festival park" for the arts and Detroit Focus has been given one acre on which to install 15 temporary works There are an additional five installations in tbe gallery On-site talk at the park by Hebert at 2 p m June 9 To schedule tours, call 9«2-»025 Gallery hours a r e noon to 6 p.m Wednesday Saturday. 743 Beaubien. Detroit • C A N T O R / L E M B E R G GAL LERY Recent work on paper by D K Semi van continues through June 16 Semi van a graduate of Cranbrook Academy of Art, is on the Wayne S u t e art facui ty Hours are 11 a m to 5 30 p m Tues day-Saturday. 538 N Woodward Bir mingham • TROY M U S E U M "Tools of the Trade" looks at the world of tbe 19th-century blacksmith and farrier the carpenter cobbler and shoe repairer, the tinsmith and the lumberman Hours are S a m to 5 30 p m Tuesday-Saturday and 2-4 p m Sunday, 60 West Wattles just west of

Livernois, Troy • THE GALLERY . . . AT ' MAINSTREET PLACE Watercolors by Linda W'agenberg of Birmingham are on display through June 17 Hours are 10 a m to 5 p m Tuesday-Sunday, 903 N Main. Roval Oak • DETROIT A R T I S T S M A R K E T "Architecture - Other Ideas," art works in a variety of disciplines that deal with architecture Hours are 10 a m to 5 p m Tuesday-Saturday, 1452 Randolph, Detroit • PEWABIC POTTERY

"New Vistas in Ceramic Art" is work by 12 artists cur a ted by Charles McGee Continues through June 20 Hours are 10 a m to 5 p m * M o n d a y Saturday, 10125 E Jefferson. Detroit

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163 Townsend, Birmingham D O N A L D M O R R I S GALLERY Reliefs, sculpture and boxes by Da vid Barr done over the past two years are on display through June 16 Illus trated catalogue available Hours are 10 30 a m to 5 30 p.m Tuesday-Satur day 105 Townsend. Birmingham

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$68,700

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fireplace

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Specialising in Gourmet F o o * at DM count P n c a a Balk Food WarobouM of • a r t Limited e s r l a a l v * F r a n ' t a M for Detroit 4 Surrounding arena T a n i Key • e a r to manage 4 top locations R M •onable l a r a t m a n l wltb exreUaM rw tarn Get a on tb* groand floor ot t b a anaqa* r i c u n g aew concept at tb* f a tar* M atoras now opening ta Okie. Michigan Florida 4 Canada For i n f v •nation without obligation CALL JIM MC KENZIE 444 4 « M

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353 I n d u s t r i a l / W a r a h o u a s AVON TWP aoned Usui indM cwptwa m o m and 1 otfW-a. I apartment ui raar Nowfy pared p a r t tag lot l a a a m or leaM with opuon to bay M l M i Century 11 F r a a t l i n 4 AsnoctatM 1240*20

ESTABLISHED

BIKE SHOP Located is desirable iboppaag canter Nam* brsada Great opportunity Cash only Call w s e k d a y s 444 7MS

354 I n c o m e P r o p a r t y For Sato

Will aell *nttr* inventory book Mara 4 all f l r t s r a s abelvtra etc: lor I t s 4M T k u will tnclada erary thing you need to open your t m Mora or n a y la a s m s location m Port Karon • cunaalting MS READ

BUY SUCTESS Bl"Y A F U T U R E CREATIVE FINANCE ROT si O a t 1 l a t o n a 174 M0 Tartta 11 * 21 years OMnM aniKuu and f l e n b i . You nam* tb* deal'

FARMINGTON HILLS

• a l i n e p * r and paint drapenaa. plM m e r e S u r e IMS Very • *ry good incon :acorn* 1 itatata 1414 4 M for all 141-4743

MILFORD MICH First offering 14 unit brick T e r m . 141 0d0 down, l i s * "A raal g*rr

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corner aa the lake Call Frank Spraal l l ' 4114114

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111 400 PER UNIT Lincoln Park I SMI brick aepsrst* sUlitMa below m a r k e t ' 420 M0 down 11 * 2* r e a r t e r m

Located in p r a a u g x a a a r a a ated b a y e r i srrtla i f " Troy Mirk 44041 I I M M * plus per yaar 111 M i w o n t ot aqaupmeM mclwlaa track Call 444-0427

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G U A R A N T E E D SALE Also B la F a r a r t a a w * Or Neat

Ts P l a t e Yoar Ad la U u a Registry Call Lot* M l 144* CANTON COUNTRY 1 bedroom, atov*. rafrigar.ior carpet lag 4 drapM Coan wasbrr 4 dryer I t i S per meetl includss brat 444-Uat

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DETROIT S PREMIER NEW RESIDENCE One b e d r o o m Luxury A p a r t m e n t s at

APARTMENTS 4 locations to s e r v e you CITY,

RIVERFRONT

W E S T L A N D P L Y M O U T H

Fully accessible for wheelchair users

SpMKaa I 4 2 M e ISII'II 4 a t a d k a Management by owner Excellent asrvsce O factlf

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346-9590

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GLEN COVE

PIERRE APTS, INCLUDES

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536-0281 -

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Include. Haal 4 Carpeting Ait Conditioning Patlo 4 Paot Sound Conditioned Walk 4 Floor

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522-3364 LA KSER-S Of 7 MU*. Premier Apart mant*. tare I 4 I bedroom apartments from 1340 montA inrlatMa heat, waur 417-Ml I

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From $335

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Call Noon lo I PM

455-4721

276-6319

Mon TaM Thar* Sat a San

Wed a Fri

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

ON THE LAKE

f cleaning aerv fared parking facility • I t bow banking • Eark apartment ha^rtrar i

HEAT I N C L U D E D

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On* and 1 Bedroom A penmen LI from M M Balconies Carpeting. Carports. Air Conditioning Swimming Pool dakhouM No Pet* CIOM lo Shopping I Blort North of Map!. 1 Block E of Coolidg* near Somerset Mall, Troy FOR APPOINTMENT CALL

Diplomat & Embassy Apartments SOUTHFIELD Spacma I sad S bedroom spanmsats from IM0 PinlbuMt spartmat M4S All apatiaaces rsrpstiag sad indoor pool HOM to Mopping sad I r i j i 0 p « I S weekiaya Sat 4 Stat 11-4

643-9109

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MEAT . DISHWASHER STOVE . C E N T R A L AIR REFRIGERATOR • C L U B H O U S E 4 POOL C0KYEMIENT TO TWELVE OAKS SHOPPING HALL

BEACHWALK APARTMENTS O n 14 Mile, b e t w a a n H a g g e r t y 4 Novi R d .

559-2680

Call for i n f o r m a t i o n 624-4434

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

STQNEYBROOKE APTS Joy Rd. at I-275 1 & 2 Bedrooms 1V» Baths Pool-Tennis P l y m o u t h Schools

• SPRING SPECIAL • Free H e a t Free C o o k i n g G a s

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• Pnvatr Entrance • C l u h h o u M ' j n d Firesidr Lounge •

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349-8410

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Call 538-2158

LIVE O N A LAKE From

$360

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1 , 2 4 3 B e d r o o m Terrace Rentals

On Drake HoatS (D«t Map'« 4 Wainul Late RoatJsican 6 6 1 - 0 7 7 0 for m o r e I n f o r m a t i o n I n W E S T BLOOMFIELD Open da#y 11 -6 :

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LUXURY APARTMENT LIVING IN FARMINGTON HILLS.

4 5 9 - 1 3 1 0

-WE MANAGE TO KEEP PEOPLE HAPP> T b e FowrMldAMe G r o w n

I n d o o r & O u t d o o r Pool Tennis Courts GoM C o w r i e on P r o p e r t y Cloae to Expreaaway* A Shopping Built tn V a c u u m S y s t e m Plua Much M u c h More!

Call or S t o p By Todayt SEE -THE PEOPLE WHO CA*E~ 477-0133 or 471-

You Don't have to g o Very Far to Got Away from It all.

Huntington Garden Townhouse Apartments 2-Badroom, 2 Floor, Fu« Bascm't O r t r a t y located across trom

Rackham Gov Course, only steps to the Zoo Oiaet suburban area dose 10 SouttAekL Bnrangham 4 T«y Graal transporurov

Spacious one floor living or townbouses, the choice is yours Limited aoceea aervvre beeotiful aettlaa oa ravtaaa. H E A T I N C L U D E D . | S 7 a - M a a a^. ft.

or oowered pertdng • Central' Prestigious OAK PARK Schools

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393-5030

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

1 and 2 Bedrooms

I n c o m p a r a b l e resort a n d c l u b a d v a n t a g e s , s i t u a t e d On over 100 d r a m a l l c a l l y r o l l i n g acres of t r e e s and p o n d s



GARDEN O T Y A n a CM* ha Carpal through aet. am** a rati ler ImmadMt. at I ' M " ' . J. bent I ad M M ptu* aacanty 4*

1 & 2 BEDROOMS from $325

kr rha Nod A W a , I I 4 . I M includM hytnmnj inventory training, fixtaraa opening promotions IVeatig* FasbKaa SO i l l * 4117

SPACIOUS 1 2, 3 BEDROOM T 0 W N H 0 U S E S

L o c a t e d tn beaut if ul Livonia, 5 M i l e Rd . E. of Middiebeit Hours 4-4 Moa thru F n

4 dryer hook * n Applianraa Air candi Honed CIsbkouM A beam.f.11. lanMcaped country aetung

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Townhouse Co-operative

A* a i I IJ. - I l l * I Ml. pnm fuDy carpeted, lad 6 * * r liirnWy n a n a NO PETS PLEASE

I * i M m * AvsiUbM H£AT INCLUDED Memanaa Rd f O r d n r t Lake I M ) >ast on* h M c k l s t I M U s R d MERRIMAN PARE APTS T b . Maat BaaatlfM

ON MERRIMAN RD BY ANN ARBOR TRAIL

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JAMES C CUTLER REALTY M4 4«M THREE FAMILY UNIT

Near Pontine Geaiersl I M M groM income I I S 000 L C 14000 town Good I U 1141

P L A C E

LW'OR LICENSE CLAMC SOUTHFIELD

will pay up to IS OOO at cloaing casta A Y M O U T H Outataadlag i w a a u n a a L 2 umtx appuancaa. good r e u r a Ownet w a a u a a a l a M7.**tf

$ 3 4 5

RENT A S A V E SPECIAL 1 B e d r o o m for $409 2 B e d r o o m tor $456 3 B e d r o o m for $519 PETS P E R M I T T E D

JANITORIAL SERVICE FOR SALE

O I TTOW a U t * Stria on Today a D a a a PERRTREALTY OWNER MUST SELL home with e f f e c i e n r y a p a r t m e n t 4M MM witb I* down I1S4S Owaer

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9 8 1 - 0 0 3 3

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BULK F O O D WAREHOUSE

trial 1*4 feet on Wsat Road Very l i r s b i e hom* with tbra*

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

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BIRMINGHAM Beverly HUla cocktail •otaige with food 4 a m e n •laai ISM By

CENTRAL AIR

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F R O M *267

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SWIMMING POOL

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400 A p a r t m a n t a For R a n t 4 0 0 A p a r t m a n t a For R a n t

360 B u a i n a a a

A TAX B R E A K ' Your cbtM 5 - — d t a r M A U E LMMMg . t M r « " ' Thus Why a s t purcbsaa a i r b a d

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Merrill L y n c h Realty 851-8100

340 Laka-Rrvar-Raaort Proparty For S a l a

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