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PR contract raises question of ethics By Peggy Alffino staff writer

By Diane Gat* staff writer Canton and Plymouth bookstores are feeling the heat from "The Satanic Verses,'" a controversial book that takes a satirical look at the Muslim culture. Little Professors on the Park in Plymouth had the $19-95 hard cover on the shelves for more than a month with barely a nibble of interestAll that changed last week when author Salman Rushdie was placed under guard by British authorities after Iranian clerics put a bounty of up to $2 6 million on him THE MAIN Street bookstore sold out of Rushdie's book and was having a hard time reordering. "We had two copies sitting around here for 1 V» months." said Joanne Hickson, a Little Professors clerk. Employees a t the store fielded more than a dozen calls from readers searching for copies "Every book distributor is out of it," she said Friday. Please turn to Page 2

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The contract to promote a fitness festival in Canton has been awarded to a public relations firm whose vice president was the manager of township Supervisor Tom Yack's 1988 campaign Township trustees voted 4 to 2 Tuesday to award a $10,000 contract to Public Administration Research Group (PARG), headed by Cynthia Burgess and William Joyner. Joyner, a former county commissioner. served as manager of Yack's campaign He wasn't paid for the work. He is now vice president of PARG and teaches at Wayne State University and CTeary College in Ypsilanti. The company will be responsible for producing press releases, designing literature, soliciting sponsors and doing other promotional work for Canton Challenge, the sports and fitness festival expected to become an annual event. PARG will be paid $4,500 for those promotional services, and the company was also authorized to spend up to $5,500 in township funds to cover the cost of printing, mailing and related expenses. Trustees Elaine Kirchgatter and Henry Whalen voted against the coot r a c t Treasurer Gerald Brown was not present at the Tuesday meeting.

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if an individual has qualifications and expertise they should be considered like anybody else.' — Thomas Yack supervisor Whalen said two things prompted him to vote no, one being what he perceived to be a "lack of a track record, to my knowledge" on the part of PARG "I don't know if Joyner's done anything like this before After all, this is very vital to Canton," Whalen said. Joyner, of Plymouth Township, said the company was established after the November election- Burgess, PARG's president, was a Dem-

ocratic candidate for township clerk in that election. She was defeated by Loren Bennett. Yack ran as a Republican Whalen's other objection was that there was no competitive bidding for the contract. The township usually requires bids on contracts in excess of $3,000 but that limit is occasionally waved, according to township finance director John Spencer When asked why the project wasn't bid, Mike Gouin, the supervisor of township parks and recreation who is in charge of the project, said, "We needed someone to get going with this who knew the community After we talked I asked him (Joyner) to submit a proposal." Yack said Friday he doesn't "know the rules of bidding" and that the matter was handled by Gouin. "Did be call me up and say 'Do you want Bill Joyner to work 9 ' No, he never did that," Yack said of Gouin. Kirchgatter said Joyner's political involvement with Yack was only "a minor part" of her decision to vote against the PARG contract. "That wasn't the sole reason." Kirchgatter said. She said her reason is "best left unsaid for the time being" and refused to elaborate. "1 don't want to jeopardize the success of the sports festival over an issue like this," Kirchgatter said. Please turn to Page 2

Finance reform call continues; answer elusive By Diane Gale staff writer

Redistributing the wealth among school districts, raising taxes and assigning more of the state's budget to education will help improve all Michigan schools That was the message Friday from state Rep. Paul Hillegonds. RHolland. minority leader and guest speaker at a joint luncheon of the Plymouth Rotary and Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce BUT DR. JOHN HOBEN, Plymouth-Community School superintendent, isn't holding his breath for state legislators to come up with answers for the local district's budget problems. "I didn't hear any solutions," he said. "I'm hearing the same rhetoric After a moment, Hoben added: "He gave a pretty candid summary of what's going on. There's nothing definite coming out of t e n s i n g " With that in mind, the PlymouthCanton school board decided last week to ask voters in the June election to approve an 8 mill tax renewal and a 4 mill increase. The district expects to lose $3 3 million in state aid next year and It won't be able to collect an additional $7 6 million doe to the Headlee Amendment which requires a rollback in the tax rate to offset Increases in property values above the Inflation rate The district needs $3 5 to keep the same educational program It has in place. "I see our programs as deteriorating because we are not going to have the monies to maintain the level of service," Hoben said The Plymouth-Canton schools a r t facing a double-edged sword: The effects of the Headlee rollback and a drop in state aid when the district goes oat of formula this year A district goes out of formula mostly based on higher property rallies 'They (Plymouth-Canton school district) would be OK going oat of formula if Headlee wasn't there," said state Rep Gerald Law. R-Plymooth. who all

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Paul Hillegonds call for finance reform 'We need to put more money to the educational system. Job security depends more on education and less on seniority. Educational reform is our children.' — Rep

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still facing a budget crunch in the district But the Headlee Amendment maintains the district won't see all of the extra revenue unless voters give the go ahead The kicker comes in. Law said, when the district Is no longer eligible for aome state aid because of the rollback In millage doe to Headlee "Taxes are up and revenues to the district are down," be said The state currently allocates 7 4 percent of its budget for schools "We need to pot more money to the educational system. Job security depends more an education aad less on seniority Educational l e f t m u is our children." The focus of concern should be on the classroom, said Hillegonds Dave Artley, school board presid e n t applauded Hillegoods for recognising "the priorities . . and seeing education and finance reform as a real priority He's spesking for a lot of people

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G a r b e r a c c e p t e d a c o m p e t e n c y r e p o r t a n d ruled the C a n t o n m a n w a s m e n t a l l y a b l e to f a c e f i r s t - d e g r e e m u r d e r c h a r g e s in t h e b e a t i n g d e a t h of hia wife, D o r o t h y , w h o w a s f o u n d in t h e f a m i l y ' s f r e e z e r by t h e c o u p l e ' s d a u g h t e r . A preliminary e x a m ination is s c h e d u l e d for 1:30 p.m. M a r c h 2.

Vacancy anQers what's inside owner of store By Doug Funks staff writer A 1 ft.t&5-aquare-f oot building with plenty of good parting In the heart of downtown Plymouth continues to remain vacant 11 weeks after Borman lac. abruptly aad unexpectedly ciossd its F a r m e r Jack store there Dec 1 Borman. the object of a takeover by AAP, has lease options on the Plymouth store for upward of nine more years Borman is trying to sublease the property, which, according to Its lease, must be used primarily as a food store

Meanwhile, Stanley Dixon J r . owner of the parcel, and a Groase Point* lawyer, is trying withoat much success to bay out Borman'i lease options and market the property himself to a wider range of potential tenants

GILBERT BORMAN, spokesman for Borman. said the company's real estate arm has been socnewhst distracted recently by the Impending marriage to AAP Borman said he expects the store to be occupied "soon " but dscliaed to elaborate turn to

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Book's interest puts stores on alert C o n t i n u e d from P a o e 1 About two m i l e s a w a y a t Metro N e w t C e n t e r , J o a n Boiling, assistant m a n a g e r , pat the copy they had l e f t in the back r o o m . They were following the lead taken by Waldenbooks, t h e nation's l a r g e s t bookseller, which o r d e r e d r e m o v a l of Rushdie's latest novel f r o m shelves. Waldenbooks had given e m p l o y e e s the option of selling t h e book f r o m the stockrooms. "It's a ridiculous book. It's barely r e a d a b l e f o r tbe a v e r a g e person," said Boiling, who said she's not concerned about h e r own s a f e t y in the backlash and o t h e r t h r e a t s linked t o t h e book. "Maybe in a n o t h e r community t h e r e would be m o r e concern," said Boiling explaining that bookstores with a l a r g e r M i o t t m c o m m u n i t y might see m o r e p r o t e s t . BY F R I D A Y m o r n i n g t h e Morton T a y l o r and J o y bookstore in C a n t o n h a d n t received calls f r o m people

interested in finding "The Satanic Verses." They ordered three copies last mont h and one copy remained unsold Friday morning. Tbe two copies sold in the last couple of weeks a f t e r the assassination threat. "It's a t e m p e s t in a t e a p o t , " Boiling said. "And it will all die down." Store m a n a g e r . Mary F r a s e r agreed, hut added: "There's just so m a n y w e i r d o s out there you just never know." "The Satanic Verses" w a s deemed blasphemous by the Ayatollah Rubollah Khomeini, Iran's Muslim leader. Scholars who have studied the book — the third in a trilogy — h a v e reportedly said they f e a r e d the assassination a t t e m p t would be taken seriously by Muslim zealots. The other books. M i d n i g h t s Children" and " S h a m e " a t t a c k e d government, culture and people.

PR contract questioned Continued from Page 1 S a i d Joyner: " J u s t because a peracH w o r t s on a c a m p a i g n , does that m e a n he c a n ' t w o r k " under contract with t h e township? P A R G was tbe low bidder on a proposal f r o m Yack to «t i communications plan for the township. Trustees shot down that plan two weeks ago, bat they approved a Compromise meas u r e whereby residents will be sur-

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veyed to d e t e r m i n e if a Canton h o m e o w n e r s and businesses w a n t to receive township-generated publications. R e g a r d i n g the festival contract, J o y n e r said: "My dealings were not with Tom. My dealings were 100 p e r c e n t with Mike." Yack echoed those sentiments, saying "If a n individual has qualifications and expertise they should be considered like anybody else " Last month, trustees authorised tbe e x p e n d i t u r e of 110,000 for Canton Challenge, which was estabLshed a f t e r tbe demise of the Canton Country Festival. At that meeting. Gouin

said he planned to hire a p a r t - t i m e employee to work on the festival. The employee was to be retained only for the first y e a r of the Challenge, to get it off the ground.

Continued from Papa 1 "I think a month is p r o b a b l y too optimistic," Dixon said. "I would be very surprised if it went (vacant) four or Ave months. Taxes on the property a r e up to date, said Ken Way, city t r e a s u r e r . While Dixon still collects his monthly rent f r o m Borman. he's not happy with the vacancy. "In my opinion, a vacant building wastes m o r e quickly than when t he y' re used," be said. A long-term vacancy at such a large and visible p r o p e r t y as t h e F a r m e r J a c k store can i m p a c t a c ommuni t y psychologically if not economically. " I T H I N * no one likes to see a va-

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cant storefront, p a r t i c u l a r l y if It w a s left vacant for long," said Mary Roehr, executive d i r e c t o r of the Plymouth C o m m u n i t y C h a m b e r of Commerce.

B o r m a n ' s lease b f y o a t o f f e r now on the table w a s i h < r i l w r i by Dixon as "outrageously Mgh. T h a t ' s the tough out now," be said. T h e y ' r e ext r e m e l y tough n e g o t f c t o r s . "

"If it becomes an eyesore, people begin to s t a r t wondering w h a t ' s happening," she said. Roehr said she doesn't believe Dixon's property will r e m a i n vacant for long.

N E I T H E R DIXON nor Borman would c o m m e n t f u r t h e r about their lease a r r a n g e m e n t or negotiations Dixon said be bought the property several years ago as a long-term investment

Neither does P a t Pulkownik, a commercial Realtor, who said she has talked with Dixon and B o r m a n about tbe property. "'There's s o m e a n i m o s i t y in there." she said of the landlord/ tenant relationship. " H e (Dixon) got stuck with a very low, long-term lease."

" I ' m only 36 y e a r s old," he said "In 10 years, I believe the property will be worth a lot of m o n e y . " Pulkownik r a v e s about the property's value now

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The township has launched a c a m paign to e d u c a t e Canton-area residents about reducing w a s t e sent to landfills. The c a m p a i g n is aided by a Clean Michigan Fund education grant f r o m t h e state D e p a r t m e n t of N a t u r a l Resources.

"It's a gem," she said. "There's a lot of senior citizens and people who walk to that s t o r e . "

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On Thursday Gouin called tbe cont r a c t with PARG "a steal." "Generally, a consulting f i r m would not do that for anything n e a r the money I h a d to work with," h e said of tbe a r r a n g e m e n t .

Solid w a s t e problems, recycling solutions, t h e benefits of w a s t e reduction and opportunities to r e c y c l e a r e the c a m p a i g n themes. T R A I N I N G SESSIONS will focus on w h a t m a t e r i a l s a r e r e c y c l a b l e and how t o p r e p a r e t h e m for recycling. Other w a s t e reduction options, such as avoiding wasteful packaging, finding a l t e r n a t i v e s to h a z a r d o u s

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household products and selecting packaging that is recyclable will be highlighted. The training sessions a r e p a r t of the overall education e f f o r t being u n d e r t a k e n by the township. E d u c a tion m a t e r i a l s such as informational brochures and bookmarks a r e being produced.

P l a n s a r e under way to c o o r d i n a t e a special recycling event in conjunction with Canton's annual "Spring Cleanup" in e a r l y May. People interested in acting as t r a i n e r s should c o n t a c t the Canton C o m m u n i t y and E c o n o m i c Development d e p a r t m e n t a t 397-1000 for m o r e i nforma t i on and to place their n a m e s on a mailing l i s t

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A 38-year-old Co ton m a n discove r e d the theft Wedesday of his 1986 Oldsmobile and nore than 12.500 worth of tools a n d n e c h a n i c a l appar a t u s f r o m his f a r - c a r g a r a g e on Hannan Road

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Car, tools stolen from man's four-car garage The victim told police the i t e m s w e r e removed sore t i m e between 1 p.m. F e b 11 and 7 a n Wednesday

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Who needs Aspen or t h e Alps when Mt Brighton is just a bus ride a w a y ' Certainly not the P l y m o u t h - C a n t o n Ski Club Every F r i d a y a n d S a t u r d a y night, weather p e r m i t t i n g . 225 to 250 Plymouth-Canton s k i e r s — five or six busloads — hit t h e slopes at a Livingston County ski a r e a The 1.100-member c l u b is the largest one that skis Mt Brighton On a recent S a t u r d a y , m o r e than 200 students f r o m Plymouth-Canton middle schools and high schools enjoyed an evening of skiing and socializing with their school pals Mike Wesner, an e i g h t h - g r a d e r at West Middle School, r e p o r t e d that the snow was " p r e t t y good — better than usual." Audrey Wicke. a s e v e n t h - g r a d e r at Central Middle School, w a s skiing for the 10th t i m e ' i n s season Because her f r i e n d s didn't feel like tackling the m o r e challenging hills, she was skiing — without poles - by herself "I love skiing It's a fun sport I like to j u m p on t h e m o g u l s . " said Wicke. a v e t e r a n skier undaunted by even the steepest slopes

Canton Challenge is scheduled for May 28 to J u n e 4. The youth soccer tournament, which d r a w s thousands of young people f r o m Michigan and neighboring states to the township each year, will kick off the Canton Challenge.

Videos, books, pamphlets, school c u r r i c u l u m m a t e r i a l s , fact sheets and other in-depth i nforma t i on on solid w a s t e and recycling will be g a t h e r e d and housed at the Canton Public L i b r a r y

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T h e e e t a l e n t e d s k i e r s fro*n East Middle School are among those who participate in P l y m o u t h - C a n t o n S k i C l u b outings.

Campaign aims to keep trash on citizens' minds Canton residents will learn to break the throwaway habit this spring That's going to be the goal of community l e a d e r s trained to spread inf o r m a t i o n on recycling and w a s t e reduction.

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BONDS MISSLNC A Canton Court m a n told police he 6 missing $7,500 in bonds The vicUridoes not know If the items have beeilost or stolen, a police report staed Tbe seven $1,000 bonds and oe $500 bond had been in the possessio of the m a n but w e r e in his n a m e ad that of a deceased man with Dearborn add r e s s The bonds wee last seen in an envelope that als< contained the

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W A R D R O B E MISSING: About $700 in clothing, including a black strapless evening gown, w e r e stolen f r o m the c a r of a 21-year-old Canton w o m a n late Tuesday or e a r l y Wednesday The victim told police her car was locked and parked n e a r her Barchester Street h o m e when the items w e r e removed The missing clothes include 12 shirts, eight pairs of shorts, two pairs of shoes, two sweaters, a curling iron and the gown A $200 briefcase was also taken NO RADAR P R O T E C T I O N : An Okemos m a n will have to be w a r y of

speed limits since a r a d a r detector was stolen f r o m his c a r Wednesday The vicUm's a u t o m o b i l e was parked at the Mobile Lounge on Michigan Avenue when s o m e o n e smashed a window and r e m o v e d t h e $150 detector s o m e t i m e b e t w e e n 6:30 and 10:30 p.m.. police said. Tbe d r i v e r ' s side window will cost $150 to replace, the v i c u m told police ROYAL B U R G L A R Y : The Pizza King r e s t a u r a n t on Lilley Road was broken during the e a r l y hours of Feb 13 A p p r o x i m a t e l y $200 f r o m a cigarette m a c h i n e and another $100 f r o m a cash r e g i s t e r w a s removed Entry was gained by smashing a window in tbe front d o o r This digest of police incidents u-as compiled, by Peggy A u i i n o It c o n t a i n s i n c i d e n t s reported last week to Canton Township police To report crimes to Canton T o u - n s h j p police, call 397-3000

W-W honors Stockmeyer The Wayne-WestU»d school board and district o f f i c i a l paid t r i b u t e to N o r m a n O Stockmeer. 81, of Plymouth, last Monday Ight for his 42 y e a r s of work on behlf of education in tbe district and thoughout Michigan T h e Wayne W e t l a n d d i s t r i c t serves southeast C a j o o Stockmeyer, who lived in Westland for 50 years, rtired in Decern ber f r o m the state loard of E d u e a tion The district p f s e n t e d Stock m e y e r , 81, with a pique c o m m e m o r a t i n g his years of * v i c e On of tlx millions of stn dents you have m a d a d i f f e r e n c e to. we offer our apprCiation. Dennis O'Neill, district su^rintendent, told Stockmeyer Tbe longtime scbol board m e m

ber pledged continued involvement in the public education process My roots a r e very deep in this c o m m u n i t y and it has been a pleasure to serve." Stockmeyer said "I'll still be around and any t i m e I can to be of help to the district, I'll be available " STOCKMEYER was appointed to the state board in 1975 by then Gov William Milliken He won election to an eight-year t e r m in 1980 and served as t r e a s u r e r in 1981-42 and board president in 1985-86 A real e s t a t e investor, S t o c k m e y e r began his involvement with education policy on a local lever, serving with the Wayne Community Board of Education (which included schools in Nankin Township) f r o m 1946-41 In 1961, he was elected to the

board of the Wayne County Intermediate School District, where he served until his 1975 a p p o i n t m e n t to the state board Stockmeyer e a r n e d his bachelor's degree f r o m Wayne S t a t e University and a m a s t e r ' s d e g r e e in business at Harvard University He was appointed to the WSU Board of G o v e r n o r s in 1964 by then Gov George Romriey and was elected to an eight-year t e r m on that board in 1966 He s e r v e d as chair man of the WSU b o a r d f r o m 1967-71 Stockmeyer was also a longtime m e m b e r of the Detroit Institute of Technology a p r i v a t e b u s m e n and technology school H e has served on the Michigan Higher Education Assistance Authority and w a s a region al c h a i r m a n for the White H< Conference on E d u c a t i o n

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Mountain Resort In Cedar Ptlon. a sophomore, helped with the snowshoetng competition

the 1969 edition of Who's Who Among Students m A m e r i c a n Junior College*

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of Plymouth g r a d u a t e d recently f r o m Northern Hinois University.

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Skiers board buses at P l y m o u t h Salem High School at 4 30 or 5 p.m F r i d a y s and Saturdays, and buy their tickets enroute. F o r the b a r g a i n p n e e of f i e . they r e c e i v e an a l l - a r e a lift ticket and a lesson Poul Sincock. assistant to the city m a n a g e r of P l y m o u t h , coordinates the p r o g r a m . Sincock joined tbe ski club as a student 17 years ago Taking a break between runs. Sincock said, "it's v e r y r a r e " kids get into trouble "Last night a kid brought a fifth (of liquor) with him. Before he got it opened, we had it. "Whenever we have trouble, we a l w a y s contact the parents, and the kids know that. They c o o p e r a t e . " said Sincock Sincock receives help f r o m fellow coordinator Bill Heath, a 22-year m e m b e r of the club, and chape rones Scott Van Der Roest. a 1985 Salem g r a d u a t e , and Randy Pflugh, also a 1985 Salem g r a d u a t e This year really hasn't been that good as f a r as a t t e n d a n c e , " s a i d Van Der Roest "In past years, it's been better We've had as m a n y as 700 kids a night."

pfKrto« by JOHN STOHMLZANO'ttafl p h o t o g r a p h *

East M i d d l e S c h o o l s t u d e n t s S c o t t E v a n s (left) a n d Brian S a t t e r l e y r i d e t h e c h a i r l i f t . M e m b e r s of t h e P t y m o u t h - C a n t o n Ski C l u b g o t o Mt. B r i g h t o n e v e r y F r i d a y a n d S a t u r d a y n i g h t , weather permitting.

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s e r v i c e s for C h a r l e s 90, of NortbviUe w e r e Feb. 14 a t C a s t e rline F u n e r a l H o m e lac., Northville, w i t h burial In Glen P u t , Livonia Mr died F e b . 11 a t S t J o s e p h Mercy Hospital In Ann Arbor. ; Born May SO, l t M , he c a m e to North ville in 1901. H e w a s a m e m ber of N o r t h v i l l e Masonic Lodge and P l y m o u t h Elk*. ' Mr. M o r t i m e r i s survived by U s a2m, T h o m a s A4 a n d g r a a d c h i l d r e n , IJuncan and M i c h a e l a t P l y m o u t h

Mr*. B a r r w a s a h o m e m a k e r Mr*. B a r r is survived by ber husband, E d w a r d ; son, Richard of Canton; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren CHASE AUSTIN HUGHES F u n e r a l s e r v i c e s for Chase Austin Hughes, 29 d a y s old, of Canton w e r e Feb. 12 a t S t John N e u m a n n Church, Canton. Tbe infant is survived by his parents, Myrle and Mary of Canton; sister, Brittany, and g r a n d m o t h e r , Corine A. Devine of SL Louis, Mo.

Mr*. Fabian died F«b 13 at St. Joesph Mercy Hospital, Superior Township. She was born April 19, 1917, in Searight, P a .

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Mr*. F a b i a n was a domestic worker. She is survived by ber d a u g h t e r , C a t h e r i n e A. Rowe of Canton; son. Charles R. Stremel of Huntington Woods, N.Y.; sister*, Sophia Modrey and Juliann Cehovic, brother, Steve Mudrey, and seven grandchildren.

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MARGARET A. FABIAN E L E A N O f l E BARR F u n e r a l s e r v i c e s for E l e a n o r e B a r r , 77, of C a n t o n w e r e F e b . 17 a t St. J o h n N e u m a n n Catholic Church, Canton. Mr*. B a r r w a s born May 9, 1911, in J e r s e y City. Sbe was a m e m b e r of SL J o h n N e u m a n n Catholic Church.

F a b i a n , 71, of Wayne w e r e F e b . I t a t Our L a d y of Good Counsel Catholic Church, Cleveland, Ohio, with local a r r a n g e m e n t s by L a m b e r t - V e n n e u len F u n e r a l Home, P l y m o u t h . Interm e n t w a s a t Holy Cross C e m e t e r y . Brook P a r k . Ohio.

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Supervisor B r e e n c a l l e d t h e meeting to order a t 7 31 p m filowed by the P l e d g e of Allegiance to t h e F l a g All m e m b e r s w e r e p r e s e n t M r s Hulsing m o v e d to a p p r o v e the mi n u t e s of the J a n u a r y 24.. 989 Board of T r u s t e e R e g u l a r Meeting, a s s u b m i t t e d Supported by M r s Broo*. Ayes all Mrs Hulsing m o v e d to a p p r o v e the m i n u t e s of the F e b r u a r y 1989 Special B o a r d of T r u s t e e Meeting, as s u b m i t t e d Supported by Mr St w a r t Ayes all, with M r M u n f a k h a b s t a i n i n g a s he was excused f r o m t h a t m e e t i g Mrs Hulsing m o v e d t h a t t h e agenda for the R e g u l a r M e e t i n g f F e b r u a r y 14. 1989 be a c c e p t e d with t h e addition of t w o i t e m s u n d e r N e w Butness One i t e m is a n Annual P e r m i t for w o r t on State Highways, and t h e s e c o n i t e m concerns the p u r c h a s e of an IBM Model &0-Z061 and the addition of d i s l c a p a c i t y to the IBM S y s t e m S€ S u p p o r t e d by Mr Munfakh Ayes all Mr Horton m o v e d f o r a p p r o v a l of the Declaration of R e s t n c o n s for Hunters C r e e k Subdivision as s u b m i t t e d The D e c l a r a t i o n of R e s t r i c t t a s for Hunters Creek has been a p p r o v e d by tbe Township A t t o r n e y as to f a n and content Supported by Mrs Hulsing Ayes all Resolution 89-02-14-10 It w a s moved by M r M u n f a k h and supported by Mr G r i f f i t h RESOLVED, by t h e C h a r t e r T o w n s h i p of P l y m o u t h t h a t the Fi»l P l a t for Deer Creek Subdivision N o 1, is a p p r o v e d contingent on the f o l l o w i n | 1 Access to the two p r i v a t e parks, Deer Creek E a s i and De< Creek West, is c o n f i r m e d by the a p p l i c a n t 2 The Byron T r u n k S e w e r shall be extended f r o m the p r e f n t t e r m i n u s a t A m h e r s t C o u r t to t h e w e s t e r n limits of the subdivision, >er the State of Michigan D e p a r t m e n t of N a t u r a l Resources, Act 98 Perrrf No 88926". by April JO, 1989. and all i t e m s a r e to be c o m p l e t e d within o n e p a r 3. [Deposit of tbe F i n a n c i a l G u a r a n t e e s for u n c o m p l e t e d impfcvemenLs in the f o r m of cash or I r r e v o c a b l e L e t t e r s of Credit, t o t a l l i n g J 105(12 50 4 Submission of l e t t e r s t r a n s f e r r i n g the responsibility of sleet t r e e s to [tie builder Roil Call. Ayes Hulsing. B r o o k s G r i f f i t h Horton M u n f a k h SH»art Breen Nays: None Mr M u n f a k h m o v e d R e s o l u t i o n No 89-02 14-08 a p p r o v i n g t h e p p l i c a u o n for an I n d u s t r i a l F a c i l i t i e s E x e m p t i o n C e r t i f i c a t e for P o w e r P r o e s s Piping. Inc 45780 P o r t Street. M e t r o West Industrial P a r k Subdivision Ni 1 Supported by Mr G r i f f i t h Roll Call Ayes Hulsing. Brooks, Griffith, Horton M u n f a k h . S w a r t Breen N a y s None •The Resolution has been m a d e a part of the Official M i n u t e s Mr M u n f a k h m o v e d a p p r o v a l of the w a t e r m a i n e a s e m e n t ft P l y m o u t h West T h r e e Associates as a p p r o v e d by the Township A t t o r n e v as t d o r m and content and by t b e Township E n g i n e e r as lo f o r m S u p p o r t e d by M r s R i s i n g Ayes a n Mr Horton moved R e s o l u t i o n No 89-02-14-09 a u t h o r i z i n g the (upervisor to sign the S t a t e of Michigan, D e p a r t m e n t of T r a n s p o r t a t i o n p e r m i t 4 o w i n g the Township to do work within tbe n g h t s - o f way of roads and s t r e e t j w i t h i B P l y m o u t h Township Supported by, M r s B r o o k s Roll Call Ayes Hulsing. Brooks, G r i f f i t h Horton M u n f a k h i w a r t Breen Nays N o o e •The Resolution h a s been m a d e a p a r t of the Official M i n u t e s Mr G r i f f i t h moved to a c c e p t the bid f r o m C o m p u t e r A n a l j M and Planning Inc , in tbe a m o u n t of $13,200 00 for increasing disk capacity to the IBM Sys tern M and » 500 00 for tbe IBM Model 50-Z0«l PT as reoorriiended by Super visor B r e e n S u p p o r t e d by Mr M u n f a k h Roll C a l l Ayes R a i s i n g . B r o o k s G r i f f i t h Munfakh S t e w a r t freen N a y s Horton Mr M u n f a k h moved to a w a r d the bid to Lou L a R i e b e CfcevroU in the amount of SI 1.901 00 net cost for a new DPW vehicle Supported by Mr S f w a r t Ayes all Mr G r i f f i t h moved to a c c e p t tbe r e c o m m e n d a t i o n of Mr Hofc. DPW S u p e n n tendent, and p u r c h a s e a new T e l e m e t r y Control. 12" v a l v e br the Joy Road P R V station, f r o m K a m p A Associates Inc , in the a m o u n t f S I 3 850 00 per their Sales P r o p o s a l No 8*048 Supported by Mr M u n f a k h Ay« all Mr Munfakh m o v e d to d e s i g n a t e Mrs Hulsing as d e l e g a t e t t j h e Rouge River W a t e r s h e d Council and Mrs Brooks as a l t e r n a t e Supportedfcv Mr S t e w a r t Ayes ail Mr M u n f a k h m o v e d t h a t M a r c h 14. 1989 he aet for publicfcearinc for Tax A b a t e m e n t for T n S t a r F i r e P r o t e c t i o n . Inc Supported by Mr f i f f i t h Ayes all Mr S t e w a r t moved to a p p o i n t Mr Nora. Township Atton»ey a d the Townakip Supervisor or their d e s i g n a t e s and the Townahtp F i r e Chief a r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s for the Township in n e g o t i a t i o n s with the F i r e D e p a r t m e n t W > n e d by Mr G r i f f i t h Ayes all Mr Horton moved to a c c e p t the bid of SI 440 00 f r o m L o f t o n I m i t e d Inc for the p u r c h a s e of I d e n t i f i c a t i o n E q u i p m e n t to p r o d u c e 1 P l a s t i c Color P h o t o Identification B*d«ea and C a r t s for all Townahip e m p t o r * and volui^ t e e r s . a s r e c o m m e n d e d by Mr VanVleck Supported by Mr M u f c k h Av«s all Mr Horton moved to r e c e i v e and file all i t e m s under L r * n m u n t c a t i o n a KesoisUons R e p o r t s S u p p o r t e d by Mr M u n f a k h Aves all Mr Horton moved to a d ) o a r n Supported by M n Hulsing Ayes ii Meeting adjourned at I 45 p m

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Declining state appropriations

Despite the public's anti-tax s e n u m e n t . state university presidents say Lansing needs to hike their appropriations 3-3.5 p e r c e n t faster than t h e level of^inflatian Their goal 14 to restore universities' losses of the 1979-83 recession 'We're fairly pleased with the priority Gov Blanchard gave higher edu c a u o n in his proposed 1990 budget," said Joseph E. Champagne, president of Oakland University. " T h e r e were r u m o r s we might get a negative appropriation. Many of us m a d e budget cuts in preparation. "But he proposed an increase of 4 8 percent — a little over 3 p e r c e n t for operations and 1.8 for capital." C H A M P A G N E WAS interviewed a l t e r presiding last week at the Economic Club of Detroit's anntwl panel of three university presidents Everyone's t h e m e was the s a m e Michigan needs to increase its "inv e s t m e n t " in s t a t e universities not just at the r a t e of inflation, but several percentage points higher "TTie Presidents Council proposed that, to achieve a rating of 15th in the nation (in t e r m s of state appropriations per student), it would t a k e inflation plus 3.5 percent m o r e a y e a r for five years," C h a m p a g n e said "It would s t a r t this year with 5.5 percent and then inflation plus 3 5 percent in the f u t u r e We're quite pleased he c a m e out at 4 8 percent for tbe first y e a r He couldn't give all of it, but he certainly seemed to respond." A R E N D LUBBERS, for 20 y e a r s president of Grand Valley State University. told the business audience that the buying pow«»r of universities is actually down 4 5 percent in the last decade "Currently we rank 31st a m o n g

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the states in a p p r o p r i a t i o n s f o r public universities as a p e r c e n t of tax revenue And we rank 26th per s t u d e n t enrolled in public institutions of higher education "This is not where Michigan used to be," said Lubbers, who announced the goal of raising Michigan to 15th in five years ONE AUDIENCE questioner challenged the notion that university costs had to rise f a s t e r than the rate of consumer price inflation But University of Michigan presi-

denl J a m ^ D u d e r s t a d t said, T do not believe costs a r e out of line." He said higher education costs have increased at the s a m e r a t e as personal income in the United States — a r a t e that would include c o n s u m e r price inflation plus improved productivity Michigan State University President John DiBiaggio added, "There was a t i m e when class assignments were h e a v i e r " But he said universities ask m o r e of faculty today — r e s e a r c h public service knowledge has exploded The a v e r a g e faculty m e m -

ber puis In 55-60 hours a week In teaching, p r e p a r a t i o n , grading papers, public s e r v i c e and research " DUDERSTADT HIT hardest at public attitudes, saving tbe enemy is "in the m i r r o r " "Who's t o b l a m e ? . . . Our own personal priorities . . . not our elected public officials." he said, citing their "Herculean e f f o r t s " to be the "education governor, the education party or the education president." But the f o r m e r engineering professor who has been at U-M's helm since mid-19 88 said public officials

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points of view Other countries have right idea To the e d i t o r This ts a c o m m e n t to your editorial 4bout a t e a c h e r ' s concern about th$ s t a t e of education in tbe United States. I have a E u r o p e a n background. and b e f o r e t e a c h i n g at tbe college level. 1 spent a few y e a r s working a t junior and senior high schools. Now. t h a t everybody p r e t t y much a g r e e s on t b e s o r r y naess our public education is in (except for tbe d e p a r t m e n t s of education of our great universities who a r e responsible for it in the first place), let m e draw a Utopian picture about which my, colleagues could d r e a m while c o r r e c t i n g awful p a p e r s of their youngsters. Ib Utopia a f t e r e l e m e n t a r y school the professionals, the teachers, decided whether a student has the ability to go for a c a d e m i c laurels or should m o v e on to m o r e practical endeavors. P a r e n t s m a y a r g u e about it, but they generally accept the professional opinion. After all, you seldom a r g u e with your medico about his opinion. T h e r e a r e several schools for all kind of talents. The c u r r i c u l u m is t r a d i t i o n a l a n d ptanned b y t h e d e p a r t m e n t of education of the states, who also decide what books and teaching aids will be used uniformly. These authorities say. "How c a n a t e e n a g e r or his parents decide what the students need to know'''" The pros tell thero and there is no need for constant counseling. Saves mamey Less millage. You don't have s t w e n t s of widely diverse interests and ability in the s a m e schools and c l £ s r o o m s , h a m p e r i n g each other in tb^fr p r o g r e s s $ tbe d i f f e r e n t schools, the origin a j classes stay together for m a n y years because they all have the s a m e c u f t i c u l u m . During tbe school day, t h £ students stay in tbe s a m e rooms a rig the t e a c h e r s c o m e to them f r o m their of f ices except for lab courses e t i Imagine, no migration between c l o s e s . Less littering, socializing, f i t t i n g , knifing and shooting. E m p t y j i a l l w a y s ' What a d r e a m . And the students don't have to c a r r y around their stuff like mules. T h e r e a r e fewe r a d m i n i s t r a t o r s and m o r e t e a c h e r s who can keep their individual kind of discipline in their classes without meddling f r o m enlightened principals. Less money needed. A f t e r the r e q u i r e d number of years, tbe students t a k e comprehensive written and o r a l exams, and

whoever passes t h e m is ready to go on to higher e d u c a t i o n or to the job m a r k e t , which e l i m i n a t e s those controversial e n t r a n c e e x a m s During the years spent in school, there is a constant l a t e r a l m o v e m e n t The ones who c a n ' t m a k e it in tbe more academic fields cross o v e r to the practical section, and w h o e v e r shows the ability m o v e s the other way. Sounds s i m p l e and effective"' It is no Utopia It's the w a y most of the other countries in t h e world do it. As for the results? According to our news media, their s t u d e n t s regularly beat the heck out of o u r s in academic competition What a r e we going to do about it 7 P e t e r Attalai, Plymouth

Transfer is opposed for Brookside To the editor: It has c o m e to o u r a t t e n t i o n that a proposal has been presented to the Plymouth-Canton school board that would r e d i s t n c t Brookside Village students K-5 f r o m F i e g e l to Tanger elementary. We are v e h e m e n t l y opposed to this proposal for the following reasons. 1. Brookside Village, one of the southern m o s t subs in Canton, is now being coerced to send their children to the n o r t h e r n m o s t e l e m e n t a r y school in the district, while allowing for busing of Sunflower subdivision and those possibly attending Miller school to F i e g e l w h e n they a r e in closer p r o x i m i t y to T a n g e r . 2 This proposal exposes our children to needless potential hazard bybusing t h e m eleven m i l e s via the expressway. 3. As t a x p a y e r s , w e a r e concerned that i m p l e m e n t i n g this proposal would adversely a f f e c t our property values due to the d i s t a n c e of the elem e n t a r y school f r o m our home. 4. If i m p l e m e n t e d , this proposal would e l i m i n a t e f r o m our use all of the extras purchased for Fiegel f r o m P . T O . funds and other school fund raisers we have personally worked on. We trust that this proposal will be defeated in the best interest of our students'well-being and that of concerned p r o p e r t y o w n e r s of Brookside Village subdivision. Mr. and Mrs. J a c k Walterscbeid, Canton

Gun issue addressed To the e d i t o r In r e s p o n s e to your column of J a n . 19, 1889 entitled New super weapons e n d a n g e r innocents " C o n t r a r y to your editorial, 9 m m s i d e a r m s a r e no m o r e "lethal" than the six shot .38- and 357-caliber revolvers c a r r i e d by moat police offic e r s today. They simply have a l a r g er a m m u n i t i o n capacity. Police o f f i c e r s today f a c e a criminal e l e m e n t that is increasingly w e l l - a r m e d and willing to use violence to p r e v e n t a r r e s t We now see c r i m i n a l s wearing body a r m o r and working in t e a m s a r m e d with l a r g e c a p a c i t y s e m i a u t o m a t i c handguns, Uzi's, M-16s and other various fully a u t o m a t i c assault rifles. To e x p e c t an o f f i c e r to defend him or herself and t h e public against such odds with a six-shot revolver is unreasonable and r e f l e c t s outmoded thinking. The f i r i n g of weapons and the use of deadly f o r c e by police o f f i c e r s is strictly r e g u l a t e d by state law, court decisions and d e p a r t m e n t rules, regulations, policies and p r o c e d u r e s Our t r a i n i n g stresses a c c u r a c y and disciplined use of weapons Our officers a r e acutely a w a r e that they a r e legally responsible for every round fired This d e p a r t m e n t has issued the Sig-Saur 9 m m s e m i a u t o m a t i c since April 1988 and is satisfied t h a t our o f f i c e r s a r e properly equipped and trained and additionally, the qualification scores of our o f f i c e r s have risen with these new weapons Incidentally. these weapons w e r e purchased with Narcotic F o r f e i t u r e Funds a t no expense to our t a x p a y ers.

Summary was flattering To the editor Thank you for the flattering summ a r y of my various Cass Corridor acUvities. for showing that downward mobility isn't necessarily all that bad at all. SU11 I wish to c o r r e c t a couple ina c c u r a c i e s My bands the Blanks and Angry Red Planet have never done a benefit for a theater group or dance studio. However, we have played fund and a w a r e n e s s raisers for such diverse groups as the Cass Community Food P r o g r a m , The Humane Society, CISPES (an anU-contra organization), and the E v e r g r e e n Alliance (not "Green"). And finally, I'm actually getting hy on about $55 a week, not the 1100 originally reported BUI Boyer, Detroit

Gun letter had errors To the editor: 1 was very pleased with Mr Barnaby's column entitled "New Super Weapons E n d a n g e r Innocents." On the other hand. T. Donohue's a t t e m p t to enlighten Mr B a m a b y on the dangers of police work was filled with e r r o r s , both logical and g r a m m a t i cal First, one does not have to be a police officer to know about guns or police work as Donohue implies Conversely, simply being a police off i c e r does not m a k e one an expert on these m a t t e r s either

I w a s outraged by the editorial c a r t o o n which appeared in your paper on J a n . 26. 1989 It depicted a police o f f i c e r with the face of a skull a r m e d with two large assault rifles and w e a r i n g a bandoleer of a m m u n i tion. This was tasteless and a very poor r e p r e s e n t a t i o n of police officers

Secondly, the e x a m p l e s conjured up by Donohue obviously did not occur in Westland There a r e police officers in this city that refrain f r o m using deadly f o r c e throughout the entire year However, Donohue would have us believe that the police h e r e in Westland a r e in a gunfight at the "OK C o r r a l " every other night.

I u n d e r s t a n d that the city of Livonia has decided to issue 9 m m semi a u t o m a t i c s to the men and w o m e n of their police d e p a r t m e n t and I applaud that decision David A. P a r k e r , chief of police Redford Township

Finally, T. Donohue should take heed of his or her own advice and "stick to something he knows " It w a s quite a p p a r e n t that he or she is not a writer Donohue s letter contained several g r a m m a t i c a l e r r o r s . William R. Lobb, Westland

HIS MOTHER, a probation o f f i c e r for the state of Oregon, t u r n e d her son in at 16 when she believed he was beginning to deal d r u g s His c a s e never went to trial. What kind of m e s s a g e s a r e young people today getting, when it is m o r e profitable to turn to illegal c a r e e r s than legal ones? Young p e o p l e involved in peddling d r u g s m a y not live long lives, but m a n y don't s e e m to c a r e because they m a k e big moneyStudents in F r a n k Woisky's school knew he was dealing The school's principal hopes his a r r e s t will help deter similar e n t r e p r e n e u r i a l pursuits, but is skeptical

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BUT WHAT about the d e m a n d for money and power, and the competition among young people to have the best of everything'' There's a n o t h e r , underlying, message going out to young people like Frank Wolsky T h a t selling drugs is still the m o s t p r o f i t a b l e c a r e e r a young person can choose today, when it comes to making money He was s m a r t enough not to t a k e drugs, but has now ruined his life and others by making a business of them We need to t a k e our drug education one step f u r t h e r P a r t of the lesson plan should include judging our values P r o f i t " is not necessarily measured in money, and the b o t t o m line is not the quality and quantity of your possessions, but the quality of your life. C a s e y H a n s is a Farmington Observer staff trrtter

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round the clock and denied visits from family members. K a u f m a n also found f a u l t with s t a n d a r d medical c a r e provided inm a t e s . as well as a f a r - i e a c h i n g n u m b e r of otaer items ran Tin f r o m laundering of i n m a t e u n i f o r m a s and bedding to deficiencies in the w a y inm a t e s a r e assigned to c e r t a i n sections of the jail.

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seling Tbe judge, h o w e v e r , said both the old and new county jail buildings were "plagued by i n a d e q u a t e maintenance and poor sanitation". In addition, be said the old jail was poorly lighted and f e a t u r e d inadequate beat, ventillatioo and plumbing and was infested with cockroaches. Mental health c a r e continues to be inadequate. K a u f m a n ruled, with inm a t e s requring p s y c h i a t r i c counseling frequently locked in their cells

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exercise room. " T h e r e is no precedent for this ruling." Ficano pointed t o exercise equipment i o uue sign jail conditions had improved. The sheriff, who has led r e p o r t e r s on tours of the jail, also cited elimination of triple-bunking and new stainless steel toilet facilities as evidence i n m a t e s w e r e receiving m o r e h u m a n e t r e a t m e n t . Other changes, the sheriff said, include a declining i n m a t e suicide rate and improved mental health coun-

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Area police say they don't c a r e who runs the Wayne County Jail as long as t h e r e is enough jail space for the c r i m i n a l s they catch. Within one month, the jail could be under new m a n a g e m e n t Wayne County Executive Edward M c N a m a r a was appointed jail receiver Thursday. M c N a m a r a will ass u m e control of the jail March 16, unless an appeal by Sheriff Robert F i c a n o is upheld. Wranging over jail control, however. doesn't bother area police as much as lack of space at the county facility. M c N a m a r a was appointed jail receiver in a ruling announced Thursday a f t e r n o o n by Chief Wayne County Circuit Judge Richard K a u f m a n . In the 92-page ruling. K a u f m a n said M c N a m a r a ' s appointment would be the final step toward bringing the jail in c o m p l i a n c e with provisions of a 1971 lawsuit filed by county inm a t e s (For details on the issue s long history, see related story.) According to the judge. M c N a m a r a was chosen because he was f a m i l i a r with tbe jail and already held review power over Ficano's jail budget. "The appointment of Mr M c N a m a r a . . .will m e r g e most of the fiscal and operational control of t h e jail." K a u f m a n w r o t e Because of those c i r c u m s t a n c e s . Kaufman wrote. McNamara a p p e a r e d m o r e likely to force rapid i m p r o v e m e n t s than would previous ly-appointed jail monitor Vincent N a t h a n Nathan, a Toledo-based jail m a n a g e m e n t expert, was the only other c a n d i d a t e considered for the post Though designed to answer why a monitor was appointed and why M c N a m a r a was chosen monitor, the K a u f m a n ' s ruling also heavily criticized F i c a n o "The s h e r i f f ' s m i s m a n a g e m e n t or

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Relations between K a a f m a n Ficano were s t r a t a T h u r s d a y s r e l i e f . The sheriff sought to h a v e K a a f m a n a a d all < ty judges r e m o v e d f r o m tlM • year. At t b e time, he m e n u K a u f m a n m a d e in showed t h e jodge had decided to appoint a monitor without felly hear- ; ing evidence in the k n g - n u n i n g court battle. The state appeals c o o n subsequently denied that motion. K a u f m a n later held Ficano in coe- t e m p t , c h a r g i n g the sheriff w a s deliberately withholding information from court-appointed monitor N a t h a n The judge, however, l a t e r w i t h d r e w d i e contempt citation. Ficano said its withdraw! proved his d e p a r t m e n t had been fully cooperating with the jail monitor F i c a n o seeks an i m m e d i a t e stay of execution f r o m the appeals court, blocking M c N a m a r a ' s appointment as r e c e i v e r "We want them to stop this action, then take time to review the case.' be said In c o n t r a s t , K a u f m a n aotf M c N a m a r a have enjoyed a m o r e cordial relationship Both men m a d e a joint a p p e a r a n c e at Observer N e w s p a p e r s o f f i c e s in Livonia last s u m m e r to d r u m up support for t h e county's new l-mill jail tax. Voters ' approved the jail tax during the August p r i m a r y The county is now in the process of

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Jail dispute weaves long history T h e Wayne County J a i l coo t r o v e r « t w«aved a long, troubled path cjrough the county court system and 1% expected to now move on to tbe Michigan Court of Appeals. Tbe c r u x of tbe m a t t e r : tbe county court believes i m p r o v e m e n t s ordered as f a r back as 1971 still haven't been m a d e . Chief Wayne County Circuit J u d g e - a c b a r d K a u f m a n included a history of tbe long-running controversy in T h u r s d a y ' s opinion on tbe jail. Here a r e tbe highlights • J a n u a r y 1971 — A class action Wit w a s filed on behalf of six Wayne County J a i l i n m a t e s alleging their civil rigbts w e r e violated due to crowded and unsanitary conditions as well as inadequate medical c a r e and a b s e n c e of protection f r o m attacks by fellow inmates. • May 1971 — A three-Judge panel ruled in f a v o r of inmates and ordered tbe county to adopt a correction plan within SO days. • Aug 4, 1971 — The Wayne

County Circuit Court appointed a jail m o n i t o r to s u p e r v i s e c h a n g e s . Wayne County Commission, then tbe chief agency responsible for the jail budget, challenged its I o n of control, but t b e original ruling was u l t i m a t e ly upheld by tbe Michigan S u p r e m e Court in 1974. • 1875-76 — Hearings on jail's suicide prevention plans concluded deputies lacked proper training and tbe jail lacked a d e q u a t e m e n t a l health c a r e staff and p r o g r a m s . Tbe court blocked commissioners' att e m p t to eliminate 20 jail workers, including three directly r e l a t e d to providing remedies for past problems Sheriff William Lucas w a s found in "civil contempt as inadeq u a t e health c a r e and personal hygiene among prisoners continued t o be found at the jail. • 1980 — Wayne County adopted a new c h a r t e r , calling for an elected county CEO. Among tbe e x e c u t i v e ' s duties, reviewing tbe Jail budget. • 1983 — Robert F i c a n o was ap-

pointed sheriff, elected one y e a r late r and re-elected In 19M. • 1985 — Tbe county opened a new jail in downtown Detroit in an a t t e m p t to ease o v e r c r o w d i n g but Oct. IS, I n m a t e s filed a n o t h e r motion alleging jail abuses w e r e continuing. Nov 7, now-County E x ecutive William Lucas c l a i m e d in a court filing the p r o b l e m s a r e c a u s e d by m i s m a n a g e m e n t on the p a r t of his successor — F i c a n o • 1984 — E d w a r d M c N a m a r a w a s elected Wayne County's second executive, replacing Lucas. • April 9, 1987 — By now. tbe lawsuit had passed to K a u f m a n . He b e c a m e the seventh county j u d g e to hear the case. K a u f m a n issued a "final j u d g m e n t " on jail, appointing Tol e d o - b a s e d jail e x p e r t V i n c e n t Nathan jail monitor — over M c N a m a r a ' s objection. • July 10, 1987 — In a p r e l i m i nary report, Nathan found prisoners lacking adequate r e c r e a t i o n . Weight machines, video g a m e s w e r e subse-

quently provided. • O c t 5, 1997 — K a u f m a n issued remedial o r d e r s for tbe jail. • F e b ie, 1988 — C o n t e m p t charges were sought a g a i n s t both M c N a m a r a and F i c a n o by i n m a t w who alleged they w e r e n ' t moving to implement c o u r t - o r d e r e d remedies. Tbe issue was subsequently resolved when all p a r t i e s a g r e e d to a timetable for improvements. • March 1988 — N a t h a n ' s final report on jail found " w i d e s p r e a d non-compliance" with K a u f m a n ' s April 1987 final j u d g m e n t . • Aug. 16, 1988 — Arguing he could do a better j o b than Ficano. M c N a m a r a filed to be appointed jail administrator. • Sept 1, 1988 — I n m a t e s filed for a receiver. M c N a m a r a withdrew his motion 12 days l a t e r . • Feb. 16, 1989 — K a u f m a n ruled in favor of i n m a t e s and appointed M c N a m a r a jail r e c e i v e r . F i c a n o immediately announced he would appeal the ruling.

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The move doesn't e l i m i n a t e the need for a sheriff. K a u f m a n ruled "The a ppoi nt me nt of a r e c e i v e r would n o t 'remove' the sheriff f r o m office (because) the jail is not the s h e r i f f s sole function," tbe j u d g e said. In March 1990, K a u f m a n will review i n m a t e conditions at tbe existing jail. At that time, be could r e t u r n the jail system to Ficano's Jurisdiction, retain M c N a m a r a as r e c e i v e r

or appoint another r e c e i v e r Charging F i c a n o w a s n ' t doing enough to improve jail conditions. aUooreys r e p r e s e n t i n g j a i l i n m a t e s filed for a r e c e i v e r on Sept. 1 M c N a m a r a had e a r l i e r filed to be appointed jail a d m i n i s t r a t o r but withdrew a f t e r the i n m a t e s ' motion The executive continues to seek a county corrections d e p a r t m e n t , assigned to his office, to o p e r a t e the county jail system

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he dotes on oats Pick up just about any journal of medicine or bealth-style magazine nowadays and you will undoubtedly notice much is being touted about tbe benefit of oats. New cereals are "sprouting" (excuse tbe pun) weekly on supermarket shelves, telling tbe consumers these are toasted, crackled, puffed, flaked, and all really taste great. Give me a break. Oats a r e oats (and dosie d o a t s . . .) There isn't much out there, barring tbe use of tons of sugar,. honey and assorted nuts that will make me respect oats anymore. As f a r as I'm concerned, oats as in oatmeal is one of those breakfasts you eat on a sub-zero morning when you finally realize you promised to take the kids tobogganing In all fairness, I must admit that I use oats in other circumstances that really taste good It's what I mix with them that makes them taste so good SUCH AS MY recipe for Corny Banana Oat Muffins. Include in that list meatloaf (I love meatloaf, especially cold on a sandwich, and when you raid the fridge at 2 a.m. for a sandwich, isn't it great knowing you're eating something healthy?) In 1880, more than three billion bushels of oats were produced in the world. Thats a lot of oats. Oats belong to the grass family. They have a fibrous root and stalk that can grow from two to five feet At the top of the stalk, there's something called a panicle which contains about 10 to 75 little things called groats (oat kernels). Interestingly enough, almost 50 percent of the worldwide oat crop is used not for grain but for straw and/or pasture. Now if life wasn't confusing enough, were you aware there are more than six different types of oats? There are common oats, common wild oats, cultivated red oats, large naked oats (hulless), side oats and wild red oats. Remember this at your next trivia convention. Like wheat, common oats (those most produced in North America) a r e broadly classified into spring and winter types. The oat kernel itself has a very fibrous hull, which is inedible to humans The goal in milling oats is to remove the outer hull and any extraneous m a t t e r that might affect the flavor in processing. First, when milling, the oat kernels are cleaned, then they are dried and roasted. This process develops flavor, improves quality and facilitates the separation of the hull from the groat. After roasting, they are cooled before the hulling procedure begins The hulling machine separates the groat kernel from the hull Tbe groats, flour and unhulled oats are separated by air aspiration and screening Tbe choicest and plumpest groats are then used to make packaged rolled oats while the less choice groats make bulk or feed oats All broken kernels are used for livestock feed. AFTER THE HULLING process, the groats are then cut which produces uniform grannies. After the cut. the granules are then flaked between large steel rollers to produce simple dried oatmeal I guess the main reason folks like oatmeal is that it Is palatable, can be quite filling and to generally low in calories (It's the brown sugar aad honey that make it a killer calorie-Ladea breakfast) with only about 1 » calories per cup. Oats are also loaded with turn to P a g e 3

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OMFORT FOODS - those foods that remind you of warm childhood memories and or sooth you when you're down — inspired a lot of readers of the Taste pages Nearly 100 recipes were submitted to our contest for readers' favorite comfort foods, after an article by Larry Janes appeared in Taste, describing his own choices in comfort foods The panel of judges decided that because of the great variety of recipes offered, a winner would be chosen in each of four categories: soup, main course, vegetable and dessert The four winners will be awarded $20 gift certificates to Kitchen Glamor You probably won't want to eat all these comfort foods at the same meal because, if you did, you might not feel too comfortable. But each recipe should tempt you when you. your family and friends need a little pampering Comfort foods are especially good for these cold winter days when you might be suffering from the midwinter doldrums, otherwise known as the February blahs Entries came f r o m the 12 readership areas of the Observer & Eccentric Newspapers. These were the recipes chosen for prizes: Italian Sausage Soup, f r o m Rae Bruder of Redford; Mom's Meat Loaf, from Robin L. Womack of Farmingtoo Hills; Scalloped Potatoes from Katherine M Pokorny of Plymouth; and the Best Rice Pudding from Marian Bliznik of Farmington Hills.

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ALTHOUGH THE readers' comments weren't taken into account in the judging, many of tbe writers seemed to take great pleasure in recalling early memories, or describing reasons they favor particular comfort foods One of the winners, Robin Womack, wrote, "After reading your article on comfort food, I thought of my mom's meat loaf. As a child it seemed as though we had it for dinner about every week. My sister Su-

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ITALIAN SAUSAGE SOUP 1 1/2 pounds mild Italian sausage 2 cloves garlic 2 large onions, chopped 1 targe can tomatoes 1 1/2 cups burgundy 1/2 teaspoon basil 3 tablespoons parsley 1 green pepper, chopped 2 or 3 small zucchini 5 cups beef broth 2 cups uncooked bow-be or other wide noodles Parmesan cheese 2 teaspoons sugar

Sice sausage into 1/2 inch slices and cook. Pour off the fat. Add the ornons and garlic and saule til willed Add tomatoes, wine broth, basil and parsley. Simmer uncovered for 30 minutes. Sice the zucchini into 1/4 inch slices. Add the zucchini and the rest of the ingredients and simmer covered for 30 minutes. Add 2 teaspoons sugar Salt and pepper to taste SpnnkJe Parmesan cheese on each serving. -Rae Bruder, Redford

1 1/2 pounds ground round 1/2 medium green pepper, chopped 1 medium potato skinned and cubed (smaH cubes) 1/4 medium yellow onion, diced 1 large egg 10 unsaited soda crackers (crumbled) 1/2 teaspoon salt (optional) 116 ounce can stewed tomatoes 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 8 ounces water

Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees WorV al ingredients together and shape into a loaf. Place loaf in a 9x12 inch covered casserole. Pour slewed tomatoes on top. Sprinkle grouid pepper over the tomatoes. Pour the water around the loaf. Microwave or high for 8 minutes. Bake in conventional oven for 1 1/4 hours •Robin L Womack, Farmngton Hils

JIM JAGOTELD/rtlff photograpftat R a e B r u d e r of R e d f o r d w i t h Italian S a u s a g e S o u p . san and I sort of made it a family joke. 1 "When I married many moonj ago, I swore to my husband I would never make meat loaf. But, a couple of years ago, with two little girls of my own now, I figured what the heck, I'll make some meat loaf for dinner "I was so tired of making all the 'latest' trendy foods. It was a hit; And it tasted so good. It brought back a lot of memories . . . Thank you. Mom!" ; Reached by phooe, Womack said of the meat loaf, "I had it quite often as a youngester growing up — that, and tuna casserole." She hastened t o add, "My mom's a good cook. She didn't always make meat loaf." ! Womack herself is "a full-time mom." She said she used to teach' home economics and that the f a m i l y moved to the Farmingtoo Hills a r e a from Chicago 2Vfc years ago. HUSBAND RICK is a district sales manager for Tektronix in Farming-; ton Hills. Their children are Caroline. who attends GUI School^ and Kelly, 2*4, whom she takes tcf Mom and Tot class at Alameda c h i p dren's center. • More than one reader submitted a! recipe for rice pudding, but tbe jodg-^ es and a tasting panel decided that,' Marian Bliznik's the Best Rice Pud-! ding was indeed the best ; Bliznik wrote that her recipe "i» soothing and reminds me of times! past. It takes a little bit of nuturing to make — feels good going dowry and afterwards. Satisfying and com-! forting!" \ Bliznik teaches third grade e l e mentary school in Milford. Husband Richard is a real estate broker wbc( owns a Century 21 office in down-; town Farmingtoo • Informed she was a' winner* Bliznik said by phooe, "I love toj cook. I cook a lot I have a wonderfulcol lection of cookbooks. It's a r e a £ creative outlet for me." Please turn to Page 3!

( ' S C A L L O P E D POTATOES 8 medium potatoes 1 large onion 8 green onions 1 pint cream 8 ounces fresh Parmesan cheese 8 ounces Gouda cheese 12 ounces bacon 1/2 cup salted butter salt and pepper to taste

Chop the onion and the green omons. Grate the Parmesan and Gouda cheeses Cut butter stick into thm pats In obtong balang dish, layer potato slices, sprinkle with bacon onion, green omon, and grated cheeses Place 6 • 8 butter pats and spr.nlde with salt and pepper Repeat for layers 2 and 3. Pour toe cream over entire baking dish. Bake 1 hbur. Kathenne U Pokorny, Ptymouti

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" F O R MY B R O T H E R S wedding in J u n e , I did a dessert table. 1 took two days off work and just w e n t to town in my kitchen My d r e a m is s o m e d a y to open a bakery and m a k e chocolate desserts.' R a e Bruder. who is a h o m e m a k e r . let her recipe for Italian S a u s a g e Soup speak for itself Her husband, Albert is retired f r o m Fruehauf in downtown Detroit My husband lost 63 pounds Last spring, Bruder said She explained he blamed his c erweight on her

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G u n d e l l a Pour boiling water over the oatmeal. and let it stand ooe-half hour Add brown sugar, white sugar, shortening, eggs, spices and vanilla Cream together well Do this by hand. Do not use an electric beater Add soda, salt, flour and raisins, and mix together well. Do not use beater. Pour into a 9-by-13-inch pan that has been greased and dusted with flour. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes, or until done. Frosting (1 think this cake Is great without frosting, bat if you want to frost it, use this recipe.) 1 cap brown sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla m to 2 caps powdered sugar 4 cap milk 2 tablespoons solid shortening

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Combine dry ingredients, cut in butter, margarine or shortening, and add vanilla. Sprinkle this mixture over the apples, and bake the pie in a 350-degree oven 45 minutes, or until done Serve hot or cold, with ice cream or milk If you haiye any questions about these, or any other recipes, call Gundella direct at 427-1072 or write her at Box 434. Garden City 48135

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The concert is the music club's second annual fund-raiser. Featured performers are scheduled to include marimba player Laurence Kaptain, coronet player Jean Moorhead and pianist Micbele Cooker.

Deborah Vendittelli, a Canton Township resident, has joined the nursing staff at Schoolcraft College. Livonia. Vendittelli holds a master's degree in critical care nursing and administration f r o m the University of Texas and a bachelor's degree in

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Kaptain has appeared in concert with orchestras and symphonic organizations throughout the world. He is a member of the music faculty at Stephen F Austin State University. Nacogdoches, Texas. Moorehead, a faculty member at the Oberlin (Ohio) Conservatory of Music, has been principal trumpet with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra.

nursing from Lake Superior State College. She has been an instructor of nursing and emergency medical technicians at Madonna College and Lake Superior State. Vendittelli has also been nurse manager of the Sinai Hospital emer-

Schoolcraft College's biology, electronic and robotic, purchasing and plant departments and Radcliff and Women's Resource centers will all benefit f r o m recently announced Schoolcraft College Foundation grants foundation trustees recently awarded nearly 135.000 in grants to college programs.

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Cooker has performed at chamber music concerts through the country. She is a faculty member at the Institute of Music and Dance, Detroit. General admission is f€. Admission is M for seniors and children. The Livonia City Hall auditorium is at 33000 Civic Center Drive, northeast of the Five Mile/Farmington intersection. Additional information is available by calling 462-4400. Ext. 5045

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Orris puts swimming talent on display Chargers no match for Rocks By Dan e l i s o r s staff writer Ron O r r i s is a l w a y s looking for a challenge, and his s w i m m i n g coach. Chuck Olson, is constantly trying to find one for him. The P l y m o u t h S a l e m standout's latest test c a m e Thursday night when Olson e n t e r e d him in back-toback events, the 500-yard f r e e s t y l e and 100 b a c k s t r o k e , for the first t i m e this season The results were predictable for the individual who has the best Obs e r v e r l a n d t i m e in seven of eight individual s w i m m i n g events. Orris won both as the Rocks left visiting Livonia Churchill in their wake, 11260.

Tbe 6-foot-5, 185-pound Junior was disappointed that Churchill's Mark P a p i e r s k i w a s n ' t in the backstroke, too That has been Olson's s t r a t e g y all season — to put his s t a r against the opponent's best whenever possible — even though the backstroke isn't one of Orris' s t r o n g e r events.

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Ron Orria won two e v e n t s Thursday night a s S a l e m w h i p p e d Livonia Churchill 112-60 in s w i m m i n g . The junior s t a n d o u t won t h e 500-yard f r e e s t y l e and

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turned a r o u n d and also won t h e next e v e n t , t h e b a c k s t r o k e with a personal beat of 56.35. Orria a n d his S a l e m t e a m m a t e a h o p e to r e p e a t at WLAA

P l y m o u t h Canton swim coach Hooker Wellm a n s h u f f l e d the deck and dealt the Chiefs a winning hand T h u r s d a y night. Canton m a d e s o m e late a d j u s t m e n t s to its lineup and c a m e up a 95-77 winner over host Westland J o h n Glenn in a Western L a k e s c r o s s o v e r m e e t t h a t w a s close until the end The Chiefs, 8-3 overall, needed second and third places in the 400-yard f r e e s t y l e to win the meet. Canton produced a first and second for good m e a s u r e "We d i d n ' t have an easy lineup, but w e had to move s o m e people around or we might have gotten c a u g h t , " Wellman said. "(The Rockets) s w a m real well, p r o b a b l y the

champions next montn.

best they have all y e a r They weren't t a p e r e d , but they w e r e a little rested. "They were f e e l i n g the c o m p e t i t i v e n e s s with the league m e e t c o m i n g up, and they just c a m e at us," be added. "I told the kids we'd be on top of (tbe situation as the m e e t progressed) and we could m a k e c h a n g e s if needed. " Canton's J i m H a r t n e t t , Steve Geddes, Jeff Homan and Mike H e l m s t a d t e r won the f r e e s t y l e relay in 3:30.42, and t e a m m a t e s Mitch T i m b e r lake, Bryce Anderson, Jeff Schwinn and B e r t Brian comprised t h e second-place t e a m . H o m a n and T i m ber lake also combined with Scott S w a r t x w e l t e r and Mark Levesque to win the 200 m e d l e y r e l a y in 1:46.21. Canton's individual victories were spread

a m o n g four of the relay p a r t i c i p a n t s . H e l m s t a d t e r went 1:46.21 in the 200 f r e e s t y l e , Anderson clocked 56.36 in the b u t t e r f l y . H o m a n turned in a 5 06 8 in the 500 f r e e s t y l e and S w a r t x w e l t e r went 1:01.4 in the b a c k s t r o k e Glenn won five events, including the diving in which J o e Bush a c c u m u l a t e d 246.8 points. Jeff P r y o r won tbe individual medley (2:13.62), Don Nelligan the 50 freestyle (23.84), Mark Lakatos the 100 f r e e s t y l e (52.74) and Dave Kolbus the b r e a s t s t r o k e (1:08.01). The Chiefs can finish u n d e f e a t e d in the Western Division with a victory over host Livonia Churchill at 7 p.m. Thursday. Canton, t h e defending champion, is 4-0.

HE DID HAVE a chance to go head-to-head with Papierski, however Tbe C h a r g e r s pulled a switch and put him in t h e 500 freestyle, which just h a p p e n s to be Orris territory Orris coasted to f i n t place in that event with a 4:46.39 time. Papierski, who e a r l i e r won the 200 individual medley (2:02.9), w a s a distant second a t 5:08.98 The Salem s w i m m e r turned around and won the backstroke with a personal best of 56.35, which puts him No. 2 in tbe a r e a . It's the only event in which be doesn't have tbe top time. "I w a s n ' t too surprised,'' Olson said. "A lot of people think if you s w i m h a r d you c a n ' t c o m e back "Four-forty-six, for most high school s w i m m e r s in the 500, would be a d r e a m c o m e t r u e "It w a s a good swim for Ron, but it was r e a l l y kind of a relaxed P l e a s e turn to P a ^ e 2

Shamrocks win regional crown CATHOLIC CENTRAL 50 WESTLAND JOHN GLENN 24 Heavyweight: Lee Kruag©' (CC) pin Joe AUkams 1 2 0 103: Rusty F o w l * (CC) •cored technic* fa* over Scott lefler 20-3: 112: OeJohn Connor* (JG) pm, Mike Sherman. 5 57 1 1 * Jim Ragtow (CC) dec Tony Pietrryfc. 13-2: 125 Maunda Martin (CC) pin Kan Pace 0 5 0 : 130 Matt Helm (CC) scored technical t a l over Eric Ewtng ' 9 - 2 135 Roc Metigter (JG) pin Joe* Tandoc ' 39 140: Jay Helm (CC) pin Br> an Ostrowslu 2 16 145: Bnan Tu#ey - (CC) pm Cory Bocfcalew. 1 29 152 O * Rodn ICC) pm M * e McKmney 1 03 160 Den Ke«y (CC) won Oy void. 171 Gamett Woody (JG) pm Sean riedeh 2 15 189 OerecJ> Therp (JG) pm Ro© Sylvester 2 34 CATHOLIC CENTRAL 46 PLYMOUTH SALEM 17 Heevywetght Lee K/uege« (CC> pm Ken Gofcer I 16 103 Rusty Fowler (CC) dec Den Bonnetl 19-5 112 Craig Wcfardaon (PS) p r M«re Shermen 1 44 11S Jtrv R»gk>w (CC) dec Ken Slope 8-2 125 Maunda Martin (CC) p«n Kevin Smttfi i 39 ISO Matt Hem (CC) pm M * a Shumete, 5 48 135 Joee "arxJoc (CC) pm J e t Coleman. 1 21 140 Jay Helm (CC) pm Ron MMer 1 12 145 Brian Tulley (CC) dec Ed Senega 8-4 152 Chna Rodriguez (CC) pm Cheme Apigieo. 2 49 ISO Pe»e tare* (PS) dec Dan Keay. 8-3 171 Sieve Burfeeon (PS) scored technical >al •*** Seer, Zledah 16-1 1ST Brian Bur neon (P8) dec Lou reeger 4-3 WtSTLANO JOHN GLENN 50

BERKLEY 21 103 pounda Bremen Udea (JG) won by void 112: Scon Lefter (JG) dec Roe Shm glea 7-1. 11* Jctfm A>-MaM (B) dec Tony PWlry* 6-S. 126 KaH Pace (JG) won By void ISO- t h e Pw«ng (jQ) pin O H Moore 1 15, t*6; Rofc MetlgMn (JG) •cored HtHWcd K otm J i r i n fear* 172. 140- Brian O a o H K (JQ) won by 144: R a i I I M a n (B) pav Cory B u c M — . 3 46 18® Mfce McMnr^y (JQ) ftn Med 1 2 0 i w Kofy f n m (a) won by T71: Game* Woody IJGi won by *SS D a r e * Thsrp (JG) p»v Mfc* 1:4ft baaii'ii iH»» MaSoa Tena(B) pm Jeeon Omn. 2 30

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By Dan ODAaars

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R e d f o r d Catholic Central l e f t no doubt it has the best wrestling t e a m in O b s e r v e r l a n d . Tbe S h a m r o c k s defeated the other possible c o n t e n d e r s for that honor Wednesday while winning tbe regional t e a m t o u r n a m e n t at CC. Tbe host squad dominated P l y m outh Salem, r a n k e d No. 2 a m o n g area t e a m s , 46-17 in tbe first round and whipped No. 3 Westland John Glenn 50-24 in the championship match "They've got five state qualifier*; we've got two," Glenn coach T o m Bockalew said "The kids wrestled well; we Just got beat by a b e t t e r team." CC, t h e defending Class A champion. will w r e s t l e East Detroit a t 7 p.m. Wednesday in the quarterfinal m a t c h a t H a r p e r Woods Notre Dame

F i v e minutes before tip-off, Plymouth Canton basketball coach Tom Niemi said w h a t concerned him most was which Westland John Glenn t e a m be w a s about to f a c e J u s t two m i n u t e s into t h e game, be had his a n s w e r Not that his Chiefs folded their teepees and went h o m e without a fight. Not even a f t e r the R o c k e t s hit their first five shots to t a k e a 12-2 lead with 5:57 still l e f t in tbe opening q u a r t e r Canton kept s c r a m b l i n g back, finally tying it on G o r d i e Risbridger's three-pointer with 34 left in the fourth q u a r t e r . But the Rockets s u r v i v e d each and every uprising. They scored the first six points of o v e r t i m e to a d v a n c e to the Western Lakes Activities Association playoff s e m i f i n a l s with a 79-77 o v e r t i m e win at Glenn Casey Killingbeck'i basket, followed by E r i c Spencer's two f r e e throws and Chris Poplin's bucket, put the Rockets up 79-73 with 1:21 left in the e x t r a session. The Chiefs got two f r e e t h r o w s f r o m T r o y Waldron and a basket f r o m Brian Paop o r e in the final I f , b e t that w a s all

L A K E O R I O N IS the only m a j o r power the Shamrocks. I M in dual meets, h a v e n ' t wrestled, and CC could m e e t up with tbe Dragons in tbe s e m i f i n a l s at 8 30 p m Friday at Kellogg Arena in Battle Creek. " W e ' r e going to run Into some opposition over at Notre Dame," CC coach Mike Rodriguez said "Nobody is going to c o m e out and lie down for us " But in wrestling where upsets a r e rare, the S h a m r o c k s rate as t h e favorite in their half of the bracket, and the top c o n t e n d e r s on the other side a r e L a n s i n g Sexton and T e m p e r a n c e Bedford, a traditional rival that b e a t OC In a December

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"WE'VE BEEN ap and mitted Glenn coach Bob KUllngbeck "Bet we've bees last few games We trailed in the sseoad half (i Canton quickly Rockets fast 12-2 start Paapors drilled a three-pointer jaat :14 after a triple by Otaae's Bobby Law to start ths ChtsCs as their to scoring 1< B 16-11 teed By ths sad of the qear led M-ll

Baker key to Salem's playoff win J a k e Baker, a 6-foot-5 sophom o r e c e n t e r , m a d e bis presence known F r i d a y night, leading P l y m o u t h S a l e m to an openinground v i c t o r y in t h e Western Lakes Activities Association playoffs. B a k e r scored 20 points, grabbed nine rebounds and blocked four shots t o p a c e the Rocks in their 62-48 d e f e a t of Livonia Churchill. 5-11 J e f f Gold and J e f f Elliott contributed 10 and nine points, respectively. Jeff J s g a d d had I I

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High technology offers helping hand to bowlers What will bowl*« be like in the year l w m w all of the mmlNUlM a that be ahead with the taigfc-technology era «poa •*? Perhaps a part of It already is here with the advent of the new Brum wick system. Bvea though there is only ooe unit to operatic* there are plana to expand slowly into other markets. c The product Is called BowierVtatoo, the wave of the future Yoa will have to go to WoodrkSge, Dl , to try it oat, bat it toon win be introduced to other sites aroand the coontry. The Bowlervtsioo has a console with two videos, ooe for the game scoring and ooe to advise the bowlers of the speed of the ball, the angle at impart, and the ball's position at varloos spots down the lane. It also will show the odds on making S spare based apon that bowler's average. This is to show the participant exactly what their ball Is doing, and may indicate why they are not getting strikes more frequently It will give the bowler a chance to make adjustments based on precise information. These machines will wort in conjunction with the uew plaslic coated laws, another indication of things to come about in the 21st century. a Tbe pins were flying and the scores soaring this past week at Woodland Lanes on Plymouth Road In Livonia. In the Friday night Strikers League. Ken Kubit led the way with a 2M game and 4*4 series and John Lalik had a 670 total The Kings and Queens (Friday mixed) featured Mark Combo with 244-ZU-473, Ed DoBrick 625, Howard Clark, S20 and Walt Smith, «77 In the West Chicago League. Kubit again performed well, rolling a 676 series. la the very active Baton Bar League action with II teams competing. the hot shooters were Don Deptula (256-443), Larry Hrebeo (246-649). Ed Wisniewski (246), Jeep Newton (614). Randy Smith (604), Ed Dobrlck (620). Mart Combo (610), Jeff Wolber (405) and Paul Pelachyk (241-610). In the Junior boose league, Dave Myers roDed a 270 score with a series of 60S. In the DeksTuesday men's league. Tad Kowalski wound up 107 pins over average with a 6M series. In tbe Kings & Qaeena League, Howard Clark Sr pitched a 266 game and 728 series. Lou Pirrooello rolled a 269 game in tbe Family Foursome league. In the Saturday Youth League, 15-year-old Tom TDyde" Hill registered a 653 series Scores in tbe Men's Trio League: Joe Oombis (MS-T1SX Bobby Thompson (888); Ed Barnett (6M); and E r r Watson (077). The Senior House League saw 35 different 600 aeries performances, led by Bob Adamczyk's 606 and Dave My « * ' total of 601.

Wolfe finished with a 210 game, ber first 200 fame ever Anne Shields came through with a met 1*2 game for tbe second high score of tbe night Earlier in the day. the Swinging Seniors took to the lanes, and Wayne Wirick rolled a 616 series on games of 149. 201 and 246. a Mem-Bowl in Livonia is wellknown for the high scores and last week was no exception as Larry Haag turned in a 704 series and Chris Elliott rolled a 247 game in the Sav-Mor men's League Mooday. In the Wednesday men's senior house. Ken Nikkila bowled a 223. 256. 299 for a 760 soles. Randy Smith a 734; Gary Krause, 270, and Ron Fron, 276. Tbe K of C State Tournament is going strong at CVoverlanes in Livonia with a recent 299 game from the arm of Steve Gorham, of Ionia His series was a aice 750. This tournament runs every Saturday and Sunday through April 2. a Westland Bowl » Wayne Road was the scene of some line scores, including a 209 game from Dan Kingsbury in the Tuesday Night League. In tbe Westside Senior House League, Terry Tesan rolled a 276 game and 733, while Dave Kailsxewaki duplicated the scores. Some of tbe scores in tbe senior house league: Paul Myers, 200; Fred Page, 277; Dave Kowalxewski, 209; and Don Haase. Jr.. 276. In the Sunday Sleepers, a 300 game was rolled by Frank Briscoe, while Craig Mesgec scored 270 and Tony Cilia Jr., a 277. Steve Fedulchak came in with a 276 game while Mark Konopatcki turned a 713 series, Douglas Walls, 716, and Bobby Williams, 705. Westland Bowl will host the Coca Cola Open Team Tournament on Sunday, March 19 at 1:30 p.m There are still openings. First place is worth a f 1.500 team prise, and the entry fee is $100 per team. Call Chuck or Gordy at 7227500 for details a Beech Lanes on Beech Daly near Five Mile Road has started up a new "Bumper Bowling" program for children ages 3-5. They bowl Mooday. Wednesday. Friday and Saturday afternoons. Last Wednesday. 4-year-old THfany Rose and 5-year-old Jenny Plasend a each bowled 101 games, and this was tbe first outing ever for each. In tbe Regular Kid Stuff League. 9-yearold Chris Beal cranked out a 154 game This league still has some openings, as does tbe Bumper Bowl program. For more information, call Beech Lanes at 531-3000 and ask for Valerie. a Tip of the week: Tbe word this week u practice. If you are serious about improving your game, find a bowling center with some open bowling available for you and get in some meaningful practice. By meaningful, try different shots, experiment to see what works best for you, and also shoot at the spares that give you the most trouble If you find something that seems to work well, repeat it over and over so it will become natural to do. Wben you practice, do not worry about your score, just try to improve the delivery and your scores will get better as a result.

a Some of the ladies were bowling well at Oak Lanes on Middlebeh Road, as shown by the 230 score from Jeri Toner and a 230 from the arm of Cindy Lang in the Monday night ladlea league Cindy has the season's high series with a 601. a At Mayflower Lanes in Redford Township, the Night Owls League, bowling on Wednesday nights, Cheryl

CC swimmers dunk foe • Redford Catholic Central g r a b b e d 10 of 11 events F r i d a y t o s w a m p Dearborn S t Alpboosus 87-16 in a m e e t a t F a r m i n g t o o Hill M e r c y High School Troy S h u m a t e figured in t h r e e f i r s t places finishes for tbe S h a m r o c k s , now 8-1 overall. i He c a p t u r e d t b e 100 b u t t e r f l y (54.45) and 500 f r e e s t y l e (5:01.11), while •waming Q p with Mike Hoeflein, Andy Jacob* and J i m Kovacfa to win the 200 medley r e l a y in 1:45.M. ! Patrick wins in t b e 100 IM (2:21.69) and diving (151.95 points), while Sean Senecal took t b e 50 f r e e s t y l e (25.1) and 100 b a c k s t r o k e (1:08.58). i Other CC tndhrktoal w i n n e r s included Joe Wing in t b e 200 freestyle (3k07.27) and J o h n Brogan In t b e 100 f r e e s t y l e (55.92). F A R M I N G T O N WON o r tied f o r f i r s t place in seven e v e n t s Tuesday but c a m e op abort in its m e e t w i t h visiting West Bloomfield, 92-81. Scott H a w k i n s had two first p l a c e s for tbe Falcons and a s s i s t e d In winning (he 400 f r e e s t y l e relay. H a w k i n s w e n t 1:51.6 in the 200 f r e e s t y l e and 1:28.0 in die b u t t e r f l y Tbe Falcons w e r e clocked at 1:11.5 in the r e l a y .

CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF CANTON NOTICE O F PUBLIC HEARING Oa Thursday, March 2, I f f * , at 7:SO p.m , the Canton Community Development Block Grant Advisory Coaot 11 will contact a public hearing on the Community Program In the main m a t i n g ball, first floor, of tbe 11M 1 Canton Ceotar Road. All Interested citizens are invited to attaod and aobnrit thsir vtowa oa the reprogramming of FY 19M. 1*67 and/or IMS CDBG foods for a Township social needs a—swnmL Written comments or rtqeests for information should be ssbmitted la Gerald Martin Department of Commonlty A Economic Development 11508 Canton Center Road Canton. MI 461M Telephone 3*7-1000 K M

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Bertue Holowvcki wants to savor the m o m e n t as long as be can The Redford Cafcolic Central coach won his sixth Catholic League basketball title Sunday, as his Shamrocks downed Bishop Borgess for the A-B Division Utle Sunday at the University of Detroit's Calihan Hall, 655fi, All five CC s t a r t e r * scored in double figures, led by senior center Ray Richards' 16 points. But now a w a i t i n g Holowicki and his 12-7 t e a m is Detroit Public School League champion Detroit Southwestern (17-1), f h e two t e a m s

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Chris Caloia finished third in t h e 200-yard freestyle with a 2.-00.03 time, a n d t h e R o c k s imwould be ideal, but Orris m a i n t a i n s a modest a p p r o a c h . "If I got m y best t i m e s and placed higher t h a n last year, I'd be happy," said Orris, who, along with Sean F i t z g e r a l d , M a r k Erickson and F r e d Seidelman, helped S a l e m win the 200 medley r e l a y in 1:45.85 Thursday. "I think it's going a little b e t t e r . " be added, c o m p a r i n g this season to last. "Going into the season, I didn't expect to have Che best time in so many e v e n t s . "I T H I N K T H E t e a m m o t i v a t e s me, too. T h e y give you a lot of sopport, and t h e r e ' s a lot of spirit." U l t i m a t e l y , the e v e n t s O r r i s swims will be tbe result of a m u t u a l decision b e t w e e n him and Olson. "He's a very m a t u r e junior." Olson said. " I t ' s not something either one is going to decide on his own.

9-10 GIRLS 200 frwwtyW 5 M * « s a Gofl. 3 00 52 7 Amy Sonnansline. 3 0 4 20 100 Individual medley * Jayne Rooerts 1 26 09 50 heaatyle: 4 Amy Sonnanst-ne, 36.02, 6 Melresa Got- 36 57 , 20. Jessca Ash, 47 99 100 freestyle: 5 Jayne Rolens, 1 19 83. 9 Amy Sonnanstine 1 23 38: 10 MeMssa Gofl. 1:23.43 50 b a c k s t r o k e * Jayne Roberts, 40 95; 5 Melissa Gofl, 42 39, 15 Jesstca AshJ56.58 50 b r e a s t s t r o k e : 6 Am^ Sonnanstine, 48 74, 7 Jessica Ash,"5i 80 9-10 BOYS 200 freeatyte 1 Man Kowalski, 2 36 27, 5 J McLanaghan. 3:0332; 9 Dan Shasko 3 28 34 100 indtvWual medley: 6 J McLenagf»an 1 3 1 6 9 ; 7 Scott Beksie 1 33 87, 11 Sean 50 freestyle 3 Man Kowalsk., 32 73; 5 Russell LaForte, 34.48; 12 Den Snasko. 38,48, 22 Sean Zetek. 42 92; 23 Brian Wiltiams. 43.35, 27. Chns Holland, 44.94; 30 josh Rfcater 49 38 50 (xmerlTy 3 Russell LaForte. 38 81, 12. Jos* FVlater. 55,8. 100 freestyle: 1 Matt Kowalsk., 1:10 64: 5. John McLenaghan. 1 22.51 6 Scott Befesie 1:24.01: 19. Dan Shasko 1:42 55; 22 Brian Wiaiams, 1 49 94 50 b a c k s t r o k e 4, Mati Kowalski. 40 34 8 Russell LaForte. 43,45, 14 Brian Williams. 51 00: 19. Dan Shasko. 52 82. 24 Chro Hotland, 57 67 50 b r e a s t s t r o k e 5 Scott BefcsJe 45 36 U Sean Zeiek. 59 78: 15. Richard Htawi. 1:03.96 ft-UN DER GIRLS 100 individual m e d l e y 2 Angela Frost 1:31 59 25 free«ty»e: 2 Julie Knecnt. 17 06, 3 Angela Frost 17 12; 9 Megan McHenry 20 20 25 Butterfly 5 Julie Knecht, 21 78 50 freestyle: 2 Angela Frost, 38 27; 4 Juhe Knecht, 40 38; 10 Megan McHenry 47 98

proved to 9-2 overall with t h e inter-divisional victory over Churchill.

He's a l w a y s been honest with m e , and I've always been honest with him." Tbe f i r s t objective will be to help t h e R o c k s r e p e a t as WLAA c h a m p i ons. S a l e m , 9-2 overall, is 1-1 in the L a k e s Divison and will m o s t likely finish second to North F a r m i n g t o n . but t h e league m e e t will be t h e big show. "I think w e ' r e c a p a b l e , " Orris said. "We just have to get m o t i v a t e d and s w i m fast." " T b e t e a m takes the c o a l - m e e t season seriously, but you can't expect to do the s a m e event over and o v e r . " Olson said. "You have to keep e x p e r i m e n t i n g with personnel to see who c a n handle i t I think t h a t ' s w h a t the d u a l - m e e t season does for us "' M I K E HILL ALSO was a double w i n n e r for the Rocks, taking f i r s t

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13-14 GIRLS • 200 Individual m e d l e y 2 Kristin Stackpoole 2 34 86 50 f r e e s t y l e 10 Stacy Beiisie 32 30 100 f r e e s t y l e 2 Knstm Slackpoo«e 1 02 25; 9 Stacy Bewsie l 10 98 100 b a c k s t r o k e 2 Kristin Stackpoole 1 12 58 100 b r e a s t s t r o k e 1 Kristin Stackpoole

ft-UNDER BOYS 100 Individual medley 3 Chris Frayer 1 37 38. 11 Jim McLenagnan, 2,01 59 25 freestyle: 1 Robert Frayer,"16 76, 12 J«r. McLenaghan, 19 41 14. David Hlavin, 21 27 17 Ben Herman. 22 32 23 SlepMen Gordon. 23.82: 27 David La 28 28 29 Brendan Doran. 32 28 25 b u t t e r f l y 2 Chris Frayer 18 10 6 Robert Frayer, 20 86 50 f r e e s t y l e 4 Roben Frayer 39 29: 7 Chris Frayer, 39 94; 10 Jim, McLenaghan 43 15; 18 Ben Herman, 51.27 25 b e c k s t r o k e 2 Robert Frayer, 19 80; 3 Chris Frayer, 21 36; 7 Dav*3 La, 26 73, 9 Ben Herman, 27.11. 17 Brendan Doran. 41 20 25 b r e a s t s t r o k e 11 David Hlavin, 27 23

place in the 100 f r e e s t y l e (50.09) and 50 f r e e s t y l e (22.84). He also s w a m the anchor leg on S a l e m ' s 400 freestyle r e l a y t e a m , which included Mike Axford, Rick Steshetz and Chris Calola and posted a 3:11.92 time. Axford had a winning t i m e of 1:58.44 in the 200 f r e e s t y l e , and t e a m m a t e Rob Shimmel won the b u t t e r f l y In 59.8. "I don't think we had any bad s w im s , " Olson said. "Some guys w e r e planning on being a little f a s t e r tonight, but a t this point in the season you hit a plateau. A f t e r we get t a p e r e d for the c o n f e r e n c e m e e t . I think the quickness will be t h e r e . " Churchill's other w i n n e r s w e r e Scott Stacherski in diving with 239 V* points and Brian K e r t in the b r e a s t s t r o k e with a 1:06.48 time.

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11-12 GIRLS 100 Individual medley: 6 Jennifer Fro«, 1:21 '9; 7 Elaine Luzano, 1:22.16, 6 Emma Latano, 1:23 44, 9 Amy Toms. 1:24,31 50 freestyle: 3 Mandl Ras, 29 39; 4 Beth Berger, 29 66: 12 Amy Toms, 33 70: 14 Jennifer Frost, 34.34; 15 Emma Luzano, 34 71 50 butterfly. 3. Beth Berger. 35 11, 4 Amy *oms 35.21. 6. Jennifer Frost. 36 58. 100 t r e e s y t e 2 Mandl Ras, 1:08 86 8 Elaine Luzano, 1 16 80 50 b a c k s t r o k e 2. Jennifer Frost. 37.24; 8. Amy Toms, 38 79; 10. Emma Luzano. 39 79. 50 b r e a s t s t r o k e : 3 Etewe Luzano. 40 38 11-12 BOYS 200 freestyle 7 Tom Satwicz. 2:44.58; 9 Aaron Berlin, 2:48 59. 11 Lee Bonner. 3 04 57 50 freestyle: 4 Dave Brachi, 28 95, 12. joe ErvW. 32 09 17 Aaron Bertn, 34 47. 25 Mati Martin. 37 59; 27 Lee Bonner. 38 03. 29 Joe Foster. 38 23. 33 Steve Hoskms. 40 84 50 buttarfty. 5 Tom Satwicz. 35 04; 10 -ason Stirling. 38 26; 16 Aaron Berlin 46 98 100 f r e e s t y l e 6 Dave Brachi 1 09 91; 13 Joe Ervtri. 1 15 .58 50 b a c k s t r o k e : 7 Joe Ervtn 36 99 9 Dev*

g a m e s a r e a t Calihan.) " I ' m trying not to think about it itbe next game), I want to think about this ooe." said the CC coach. "But Southwestern is a really good defensive t e a m Tbey go to the boards with six people It's e v e r y m a n for himself They (the PSL) a r e in another world They're athletic and t a l e n t e d . "

. . South wee tern /• a really good defensive team. They go to the boards with aix people. It'a every man for himeelf.' — Bernie Holowicki Catholic Central coach will m e e t in F r i d a y ' s OperaUonFriendship final at 7 p.m Borgess (11-8) will m e e t PSL r u n n e r u p Detroit Cooley (17-1) in first g a m e of the doublebeader at b p.m. (Both

CC S H O W E D some athleticism of its own. particularly In the third q u a r t e r when they outscored the S p a r t a n s 20-8 to take a c o m m a n d i n g 48-31 lead Borgess then made a fourth-quarter run, cutting the deficit to six. 5145, on a three-pointer by Shawn

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T H E SPARTANS trailed by only five at the half. 28-23, but s o m e t h i n g was missing.

We stressed all week that we wanted to w e a t h e r their challenge, because we knew at s o m e point in the g a m e they would do t h a t , " said Holowicki, who has never lost a Catholic League final. "Our four seniors played 'senior ball. They played smart." Senior point-guard T e r r y Boykin. who has come on of late, added 12 points, as did c a p t a i n Scott Haunch e r and Jeff Schaner Sophomore for-

T H E P A T R . O T S got rolling in OT when Hall st*le the ball and fed Craig O v e r a i t a (14 points), who was fouled going tothe basket The junior giard converted a pair of f r e e t h r o w s and Hall scored the next six, includng four straight f r o m the f r e e t h r o w ine Meanwhile. Stevenson m a n a g e ! only one basket in o v e r t i m e by 6-8 junior Glenn Szernan. F r a n k l i n ' s Join Shea, a 6-2, 145pound swingmao, also contributed heavily to t h e wn, scoring 11 points to go along w i t 10 rebounds and seven assists F o r w a r d M a * Donehue added eight points and S rebounds But it w a s f e e throw shooting that proved to b e i decisive factor The P a t r i o t s r a d e 23 of 30, while the S p a r t a n s wereonly 11 of 18 "We had to get to the f r e e throw line because on *uesday we m a d e only four of s e v c , but tonight w e w e r e able to p e n t r a t e and get the ball in," Hanna s a d "And the other thing is that we s t u p e d their transition g a m e . S t e v e n u n is well-trained

"I don't want to b l a m e it on that (White's absence)," said Borgess coach Mike Resmer "For the f i r s t three q u a r t e r s I didn't think we had any organization on the floor. We were playing with five g u a r d s a lot



MOSHIMER ROAST The Plymouth Salem athletic dep a r t m e n t is planning a r o a s t for football coach Tom M o s h i m e r . a vete r a n of 30 y e a r s in the g a m e , on Saturday, March 18, at F e l l o w s Creek Golf Course School officials w a n t to c o n t a c t as m a n y f o r m e r players, c o a c h e s and f r i e n d s as possible Tickets a r e $25 per person (stag), which includes a buffet meal. The deadline for r e s e r v a t i o n s Is Wednesday, March 1. M a k e checks payable to Plymouth S a l e m Football Pre-paid tickets c a n be picked up at the door unless a self-addressed envelope is provided. Reservations and c h e c k s should be sent to J i m J a r v e y , Canton High School. 8415 Canton Center Rd-. Canton, 48187 Telephooe o r d e r s and questions should be d i r e c t e d to P a u l Cummings, athletic director, at 4516600. ext 231

basketball to get out on the break and score some easy baskets T h e y ' r e talented anri they have some good a t h l e t e s , " NOTHING CAME EASY for the S p a r t a n s on this night They trailed 35-25 at the half before rallying in the third q u a r t e r , outscoring the Patriots 24-13 as senior f o r w a r d Chris Nazelli got unp a c k e d , tallying 13 of his team-high 19 points, The S p a r t a n s then took the lead with exactly five minutes to play. 57-55, on a basket by Scott Kosikowski (15 points), but tbey couldn't stand prosperity, even with a threepoint lead with 1:48 r e m a i n i n g a f t e r a hoop by E r i c Schwedt (12 points).



Stevenson coach J i m M c l n t y r e knew going it that it would be tough to beat the P a t r i o t s for a third t i m e "It took us until h a l f t i m e to get our kids to r e l a x , " said the Stevenson coach, wtfose t e a m is 12-6 overall. "In the third q u a r t e r we c a m e out relaxed and cut into that 10-point lead

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T e r r y B o y k i n m a d e h i * f i r s t s i x s h o t s a n d s c o r e d 1 8 p o i n t s in C a t h o l i c C e n t r a l ' s s e m i f i n a l victory over St. Mary's, 66-55.

"I think the kids wanted to win as much as Tuesday, but you weigh this d i f f e r e n t l y because it's do-or-die when you should Just think of it as another b a l l g a m e "

Chiefs take early exit Continued from Page 1 a g a i n s t F a r m i n g t o n Harrison F e b . 3 — d r a i n e d a triple with 5:01 left in the second q u a r t e r . Canton had its biggest lead of the game, 29-20. It didn't last long. Glenn scored the next 10 points (four each by G r e g Anderson and Spencer) for a 30-29 lead Anderson finished with eight points in the q u a r t e r Glenn m a d e nine-of-17 shots while Canton w a s just three-of-17 f r o m the floor in the period, a good reason why the Rockets had a 36-33 halftime advantage. P A U P O R E DISCARDED his m a s k for the second half, and it m a d e a difference The 6-foot-5 s e n i o r s h a r p s h o o t e r hit his first shot of t h e third q u a r t e r and three others, as well as four-straight f r e e throws, to score 12 points He added seven points in the fourth period and t w o in the o v e r t i m e to finish with 31 for t h e

M c I N T Y R E CITED a couple of causes which led to his t e a m ' s undoing "They (Franklin) went right through our first press." said the Stevenson coach "We didn't press on Tuesday because we wanted to give t h e m a d i f f e r e n t look. We had been successful with it (the press) against S a l e m and F a r m i n g t o n (both wins). "Our guard the defensive g u a r d s were they normally

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Artie Brown, who got hot down the stretch, added 12 points for the,Spartans Char les N o r t h chipped in with 10. bat was not q u i t e himself with his long-range shooting "We're just happy to get here." Fusco said. And as for C o o l e y ' "That's going t o be a tough ooe." said the B o r g e s s coach. "They were No. 1 in the s t a t e (Class A) for bow long'"

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By B r a d E m o n a staff writer Livonia Stevenson had city rival Franklin's n u m b e r until Thursday night when the Pa t r o t s pulled off a mild upset in the first round of the Western Lakes Activities Association haskPthall playoffs, winning 7367 in o v e r t i m e The S p a r t a n s were at home again a f t e r beating the Patriots only two days earlier in their own gym, 59-58 But senior guard Roy Hall (29 points) keyed the Franklin victory with some clutch baskets down the stretch, including the final six at the end of regulation and six of eight in the o v t r t i m e ' R o j is one of our key players and one of our m o s t experienced." said FrankLn coach Rod Hanna, whose t e a m Till t a k e an 11-7 record at home Tuesday against Lakes Division c h i m p P l y m o u t h Salem. "Good players shine in pressure t i m e Most every team has a guy like an (Jeff) Elliott f-om Salem."' Hall's three-oointer with only 1 2 0 left tied tbe g a n e at 65-all The P a t r i o t s then forced a Stevenson t u r n o v e r with 102 left and played for t h e a s t shot, but failed to convert

F o r w a r d Randy White, a §-4 senior and the t e a m ' s best d e f e n d e r , sat out tbe g a m e with a possible f r a c tured foot suffered a week e a r l i e r in a g a m e against UD-Jesuit. ( R a s h a w n Sumler. a 6-5 sophomore, s t a r t e d in his place, scoring six pomta.)

didn't r o t a t e back on transiUon. And our not taking the shots take."

The playoffs, meanwhile, may have sparked the P a t r i o t s to a higher level of play They have to be considered a Cinderella t e a m "This is something to shoot for." Hanna said. "We've worked hard to be where we a r e This gives us new life."

Still, the closest the Chiefs could get was two in the third q u a r t e r and ooe in the f o u r t h — until Daryl M a r g r e t a fouled out with 53 left. Rlsbridger c a m e off the bench and — 20 later - rolled in his only basket of the g a m e , a t r i p l e that Ued the g a m e at 73 Glenn set up for a f i n a l shot, but Casey Killingbeck's a t t e m p t with 02 left was blocked by Wauldron — capping his q u a r t e r quite well Wauldron. who scored 20 points, had 11 of t h e m in the fourth. Geoff Allen and F e r n a n d o Johnson added eight points apiece in the g a m e . "We got good balanced scoring." said N i e m i "

BASEBALL REGISTRATION The Plymouth-Canton J u n i o r Baseball League will have its 1989 registration on Saturdays, March 11 and 18. f r o m 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Plymouth Canton High School c a f e teria. Registration is open to all boys and girls age 7-18 who r e s i d e in the Plymouth-Canton School District. The playing age is based on t h e player's age as of July 31, 1989. Birth c e r t i f i c a t e s a r e required f o r all firstt i m e registrants. F e e s r a n g e f r o m $25-35, which includes the Detroit T i g e r baseball ticket fuod-raiser. Beginning this year, the boys 15-18 division will play slow-pitch softball •

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The Mid-America Mnstangs. a slopitch softball t e a m playing in t h e 15and-under age division, is r e c r u i t i n g 13- to 15-year-old girls f o r t h e 1989 s u m m e r season. Two out-of-state t r i p s a r e planned in addiUon to league and t o u r n a m e n t play. T r y outs will be April 22-21 F o r information call R a y Knickerbocker at 455-5893 •

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M E N ' S R A C Q U E T S ALL The Canton P a r k s and Recreation Department will sponsor » 18-week men's spring r a c q u e t b a l l league to begin March 1 T h e fee is $64 per person Tbe players will be divided into divisions based upon their abilities. Court times will be 7 :30 and 8 p.m at Rose Shores of Canton. Call 397 5110 for m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n . •

SOFTBALL MEETING Canton P a r k s and R e c r e a t i o n Department has s c h e d u l e d informational softball m e e t i n g s for Saturday. Feb 25, at t h e C a n t o n Township Administration Building. 1150 S. Canton Center R o a d . Men's t e a m s will m e e t a t 10 a j n . . women's t e a m s a t 10:30 a m and coed t e a m s a t 11 a m Topics to be discussed include e n t r y fees, registration dates and t i m e s , contract requirements and residency requirements. F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n , contact the d e p a r t m e n t a t 297-5110-

• LIONS SIGN-UP Tbe Canton Lions Junior Football .Association is looking boys and girls, ages 9 to 14, t o b e football players and c h e e r l e a d e r s . Anyone who registers b e f o r e Wednesday, March L will sawe f 18 a n t h e sign-up fee. F a r information call Lynn at 459-4891 o r Katie a t 881-1498. •

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Salem was designated as the home team and. therefore, bad to commit itself by putting its wrestler on the mat first at each weight class. "It was a factor because we wanted to go around some of those kids," Salem coach Ron Krueger said. "And we thought we could beat some others but didn't j e t to do it. "THE VISITING team is able to

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>ockey and is going to kave the advanUge — not that they needed any advantage. It'a definitely a disadvantage being the borne teapi." , Craig Richardson's pin at 112 kept the Rocks within 15-4, but CC won the next six bouts, including five pins, to build a 46-6 lead. Salem won tbe last three with Pete Israel (160), Steve Burlison (171) and Brian Burlison (189) wrestling up a weight. In the best contest of the match, the latter won a 4-3 decision f r o m C C s Lou Yeager, scoring a pair of escape points and a two-point takedown late in the third period for a 4-1 lead.

"He did a real nice job," Krueger said. "Yeager is a good, strong athlete and so is Brian There weren't many bright spots for us. but that was one." It was Martin's pin at 12b that got the Shamrocks fired up. according to Rodriguez. The sophomore, who had been out with an injured shoulder, was taking tbe injured Mike Gentile's place in the lineup Martin "came off his back" to reverse a desperate situation and pm his Salem opponent That was the first of four straight for CC "IT JUST ELECTRIFIED us." Ro-

driguez said. "It's like your No 1 quarterback gets hurt, and your second-stringer is throwing TD passes Despite the score, the Western Lakes Activities Association champions contested the CC juggernaut every step of tbe way as expected. Rodriguez said. "I knew they were going to give us a run for our money, because we're in the same backyard," he said 'They weren't going to give us anything for free. Glenn's Dereck Tharp (189) pinned two opponents, and t e a m m a t e s Rob Matigian (135) and Garnett Woody (171) also had two wins, including

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Buckalew sad he was pleased with 112-pound DeJohn Connors, who had the first of four Rocket wins in the final In the most exciting match which went back and forth with both wrestlers close to pinning the other several times. Connors scored a fall over Mike Sherman with only three seconds "left in the match

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The City of Plymouth, Michigan will hold a public hearing cr March 6, 1989 at 7 30 P M in the Commission Chambers of City Hall 201 S M*m Street The purpose of this meeting will be to give the citizens of the < sly of Plymouth the opportunity to express their views on the proposed use of Federal Community Development Block Grant Funds All interested persons are invited to attend this meeting aril will be given an opportunity to participate in the discussion

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C o l l a g e

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P r i c e s a r o per

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3 Nights in London 4 Nights Paris Hotel, Airfare Sightseeing Transfers

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Reg. $189.95

A U T O M A T I C

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ESCORT L W A G O N 196< aa star eo. * soeed tun pow r 39,000 maas Snarp" SiSOO 719-8512 ESCORT L 1963. auloms•IC power steermo. m f v i ceeeette ealenoed 464-2318 werranty no ruat $1895 ESCORT L-1985M. auto matic, aa aiceaam corvdrtion U u s sea Ast 840-OO2S mo$2.S95 ESCORT 1981 Autonv•tic Good trsneportstxwv Some r u st $1000 471-4039 Lwra ESCORT 1982 t a t c * 6 a c * sun root fm Starec automatic, flood coraJL tlon. $1 496 B O B S GARAGE. 28100 W 7 Mae Redlord 538-8547

T-BIRO 1964 Turtle Coupe, autom a t i c aa. loaded, d w k gr lent condMlon $6800 T - B i e o 1986 T i r t o - 5 apaad. aa865-1498

$7,280 CaB

T-BIRO 1967 - Turbo Powar sunroof Clean $11,500 Aflar S p m

Automatic.

TOWN CAR. 196 beiga wnr> matching cloth Interior Onty $16,900 Unas park ancom-mercury 453-2424 a r t 400 674

TEMPO GL 1987. AAI-FM tape, ak, 4 door 5 speed 35.000 maaa $8400 C a l aflar 5PM 453-5887

427-6200

COUGAR. 1984. LS Red ««th gray riiewer Y--8 loaded a o o d o o i * k non. 48.000 maaa $5900 . 477-8477 COUGAR 1985 LS gray/i taaK Loaded, excekem $8700 Alter 8PM 524-2934 14 000

COUGAR. 1967 L maes. $8,996 North Brothers Ford

421-1376

GRANO MARQUIS 1986 LS Loaded' Eiitsasnt' U l e gray axtervor/dark gray m a n o r 28.000 maaa. $9 500 LN7-1962 l i n e power steering, siatrooI. a m - k n . rune good, new p a r l a $1tOO/baat After 5 30pm LN7 1983 rad. eunroof. 5 em/lm i aaaaita. 47.000 maas. ascaaent condaton $2,700 824-6468 LN7 1983 - a*rer burgundy ml with moon root, extra t h a r p l S I TYME A U T O 456-5566

LYNX. 1966 W A G O N ak. $2,906 UvonM ChryaMr-Pl)W**ah Mldraght $17,750

MARK VH. 1908. LSC bkJS moonroof. loeded Days. Mon.-Fn. MAftOUIS. t978. 2 c {*na. aaoirWy ayesam MAROdS

1088. 10 a n $8600 1087

CUTLASS SUPREME 1964 Broughem F i * powar. looks snd drtwee like naw $4,996 tanee park Incoao-mercury 453-2424 ext 400 CUTLASS 1978, high maaa. looks and riaia greet. $1,785 JACK CAULEY CHEVY CUTLASS i960 Supreme. 2 door eutomauc V8 one owner extras $2000 or beet oiler 261-5963 CUTLASS. 1981 Cataa 2-door 48 000 maea and oh ao racal JEFF BENSOtt CAR CQ_ 582-7011 CUTLASS 1988 Clara, condition low mHaa $6400 425-8940 CUTLASS 1967 Clara Brougham. V6. 27.000 maaa. powar staerlng. brakes, mndoas t locks GruMa. tat. aa AM-FM siarao :aaaafls Excellent condition $9500 Ca* after SPV 453-2209 DELTA. 1963 Royale 4 door V-8 and it s k a - e o e Aixury! JEFF BENSON CAR CO 562-7011

d o u b t e o c c u p a n c y

- o t h e r

d a t e s

2 n d Parson Airfare

From $ 1095 From $1 195

$265 $265

XR4T1

Regency

SABLE LS 1968. Mac*,

iiiciasrl

EUREKA UPRIGHT Powat -driven pruah 'O* 9 qi disposable Hoc x l w i i - w

HOOVERB CONCERT ONEfl SELF-PROPEILEDI CLEANING SYSTEM

(WITH ATTACHMENTS!

Power Surae

r H

fl|

,(M.an*«Me)1

1962.

dRIon

NO ruat.

Ejiceaert

SABLE. 1988 LS. Mack with gray may loaded, low m i t a g i i . mini, oorv taoon. $7800 SABLE 1968 LS C i r a a a n t oondknoni 30.800 maaa Evsry option added $8,800 344-1008 SABLE: 19B6 LS. 4 do. Extended a e n a n t / 56.0000 ra6aa. Cxcsasrt condition $6300 After 8pm 847-3633

Hon. non smoker melM 23 000 maea $10 000 360-2965 LOADED

17.000 881-7828

TOPAZ 1964 LS loaded «rtn opnt condrtion One after 5pm 353-5152 owner $3500 TOPAZ. 1964

LS 4 door. 36.500 IC. aa cruiee locks ' S l l t n t . eaoaltent $3300 641-7373

l u t «a I 4 0 ^ k

i 484-8116

300

G r a n d

CARS

TO

R i v e r CHOOSE

28? 51

5 M I L E

•oar master A Mid'

425

1 105

FARMINGTON 13604

G R A N D

R I V F R

i At f a r m m i ) i o n R o a d )

4 7 7 -0204

WESTLAND fl 1 5 1
M

W.«yn*>

R o , H

<«|» • • | l

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)TLINE

condRMn

$2250 477-4061 7pm 081-2442

CSCOftT 2 DOOR Diesel, 5 a p a a d , air, s t a r a o . G r e a t economy*

*3695

•85 E X P Automatic, air. stereo, low mil as

l

'4983

J2000 - 1962 Hatchback Automatic. poaar steering,'brakaa. ak. atarao aestfls rto met. naw brakes, muffler $1700 281-9532

2 door. V-S. automatic, air. onty 59,000 actual miles

LEMANS. 1979, 2 door, VS. automatic ak. caaaatie. 84.000 maea. dean $1,400 535-8186

8 cylinder, automatic, air, aterao, tltt and enrtae.

6288

PONTIAC 8000 L E 1BS7, loaded, race. $9,300 Oaya 484-5809 avaa 450-0681

iLSlackuicll

PONTIAC 8000 LE 1901 ak. 4 door, saver S white, low maaa. dean $6.S00 or b e « 937-3730

1982 F O R D C O U N T R Y S Q U I R E STATION WAOON V - 8 engine, automatic, air. s t e r e o cassette. tut wheel, cruise c o n t r o l , p o w e r windows & locks, loeded

IF Y O U D O N T K N O W U S E D C A R S K N O W YOUR DEALER' 4 * 0 0 1 P . t i c - i i Pd P'vricutf^

PONTIAC 6000, 1964 - 4-Ooor ak. aterao. power ataanng/brakaa. 59.300 maas. $4000 535-7334

SUNBJRO

4 5 3 - 1 1 OO

1964 Ak. automatic, am/ ateertig/brakaa. riaw tlraa No r i a l $3 000 466-2913

453-1327

V-8. leether, aM tha toys'

19SS OLDS CUTLAS8 CtERRA 1888 ESCORT STATION WAGON Automatic,

brakes, stereo

OPEN SAT*

RELIANT 1667, .powar locks, 78,0001 c h » g e d every 4.000 •

Automatic, air, stereo, nice car.

1888 66ERCURY LYNX 2 DOOR Onfy

1SS2 FORD MUSTANG GL

4 speed, air. stereo.

TRUCKS 1984 FORD F-150 S U P E R C A B 1985 T O Y O T A CELICA GTS

or beal'oa

1968 - Four door. 2.5 Litre aitomaac. ak. 11.000 rrL $7500 456-7831

NOW >9950

6 cylinder, automatic, air, cruiee cap. running boards.

1988 HONDA ACCORD LX

TURISMO 1987. aa. power aSaartng. am-ka . t m n i . good condaon. must sea $3,700 6-11pm. 278-2175

stereo caaaatta, tilt. '•QUALIFIED BUYER8 WITH 2 0 % D O W N . 14.25% APR for 4S M o a

G M axac r $12,700

Phone: 453-3600

BONNEVILLE t e s t , n i l l II, lllkl-a $650 Naede tual pump 397-2008

PHONE

J^oi-rUlstBL

NISSAN

$ A Q O Q

AM-FM Cassette Stock #8986

1988 NISSAN SENTRA 4 DR. Automatic. Power Steering. Stock #8697

$ O ©

7 f

O O

1988 NISSAN SENTRA 4 DR.

JkePcdet ISUZU

0

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1988ISUZU l-MARK 4 DR. AM-FM Stereo Stock # 2 0 8 1

0

1988 NISSAN SENTRA 4 DR.

J8899 W 7 M S S A N M Z X TURBO Loaded.RedHotil H

Q

Stock #8081

Q Q Q

M W f W W W

LEO ADLER N I S S A N

AM-FM Stereo. Stock #2042

| « i J I I

Q Q 9 9

$ 7 4 # 1

0 9

1988 ISUZU MURK 4 DR. AM-FM Stereo Stock #2019

S A L

Stenso C s s i s H i , Air. Stock # 2 0 2 8

m

E UNI

M 1,999 _^6999

LEO A D L E R I

IIIIIIIIIIIITII I I IIIIIII1 -

t

0 9

isuzu raw

5 Speed. 2 Wheel Ortve. Stock #2003

-5353 >

$ f i Q Q Q U 9 9 9

1988 ISUZU l-MARK 4 Da

U T

$ f i Q Q Q

Power Steering, AM-FM Stock #8484

721-5020

T T T T TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

T T T i r r i T T I T T I

463-2424 a r t 400

535-8840 !R

37410 M I C H I G A N A V E N U E

1205 Ann Arbor Rd., 1V* MUaa Wast o* >-275, Plymouth

BONNEVILLE 1962 Vary good oorvdition 82 000 maaa Ptua Extras

n i s s a n ;

1878 FORD CLUB WAOON CHATEAU • cylinder, automatic, air,

660 Pontiac

40.000 maee. 274-9232

PICKUP

NOW 3850

TUFBSfcIO 1965 I cyander. automaOc. aBoar. good uaaSauii. let $2500 takes 72S-7136

'299 down *299 down *299 down »299down *299 down *299down *299 down »299 down down

&

rack. IHte new.

SUNDANCE

FROMl

steering

assorts, roof rack.

1883 MERCURY LYNX STATION WAGON

FEBRUARY SALE-A-BRATION 1985 HONDA CRX HP

power

1888 MERCURY TOPAZ OS 4 DOOR

JAM4PM..

REUANT 1964 - ak. caaaant. aupart) curaJMon

535-8840

Onty

4 door, automatic, air, stereo, tut. cruise.

OUSTER. 1975 From PamiayHaiaa56.000 maaa Looks a s newt JEFF BENSON CAR CO 562-7011

$708 11$

'3895

1963 CADHXAC ELDORADO BtARRTTZ

FORD MOTOR 6 P L A N CUSTOMERS WELCCME

TORONAOO 1968 Troleo an cal anl ooraBllon. $ 14,400 Lea>e iniai 347

TOPAZ, t s a i OS « < * x r automatic. sa etc Slock a 8 1 0 1 A $7 999 Total price n d u d k i g 1 factory — i s K i 8 yeas 80.000 Down $ 1 5 6 3 4 lor 80

lca/4_ Only 5 9 9 5

1983 F O R D C R O W N VICTORIA LX 4 door, V-8 engine, automatic 4 power everything. Onfy '4895

453-4600

BONNEVILLE SE alte's car dark Mu Home 844-0878

'1995

1SS4 O L D S D E L T A SS 4 D O O R

Plymouth Rd - Juat w e e l ol 1-275

stereo cas After 4pm

4695

TS79 MERCURY MARQUIS

36 PONTIAC PARISIENNE a DOOR

LEMANS-1967. VS 328, auto., power staartng/brakae. bucket lists coneole $2,100 After 5pm881-2S75



J

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LOU LaRICHE CHEVY/SUBARU

. Financing for EVERYONE! • ADC • Welfare • Re-Establishing Your Credit • Bankruptcy • No Credit • Zero down • Immediate Approvsl

T I 0 N S BY PI

Automatic, ak. ssareo t m n u m . sunroof.

fiQQ5

DELTA 88 1985 Royala Loaded, greet velue $5,454

1962

4 / 3 0 / S O

BaaaVNfa

22305

A6U8TAMO LX s

DELTA 88 1977. 4 door. tan. $99i 453-5625

O U T L E T

1987 PONTIAC STE 1987 FORD ESCORT GT 1987 DODGE OMNI 1986 PONTIAC FIERO 1986 FORD TEMPO 1986 MERCURY MARQUIS 1985 FORD MUSTANG GT 1984 BUICK REGAL 1983 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX

$

L I V O N I A

TRflVCL UNUMITCD,

J2000

PHONE 721-5020

Air, stereo cassette, cruise control, tltt wtieel. power steering & brakes. r defroster

453-4600

V W . JETTA. 1SBS O U 9 apaad. ak sunroof excaiiani condition $7

1987 Maroon. $ « h car t $ (3.000

AFFORDABLE USED CARS

85 HUNDEPc PC ELAN

85 CAPHI GS

P V n o u t h Rd. - Juat Weel of 1-275

[.SSSP"aS;

JACK DEMMER

•11,995

'7488

SUNDANCE 1967, low

ty, $7200

TOPAZ. IS 5.000 ma $9300

B A N K E R ' S

BRITISH AIRWAYS

b y

Air. em-»r $7,171

LOU LaRICHE CHEVY/SUBARU

OTS.

as v i r a

SUPRA.

T

6 cylinder, automatic, power stealing & brakaa. sliding rear w i n d o w , nice truck.

40

CORONA WAOON

• paaaangar. 5 . 0 Blar v - « angina. automatic, air. dual haat. dual tanks, c n a a a control. t M ahaal. powar wrxJoarsftlocks, tow mllaa

•67 FOVID F-150

1989 NISSAN SENTRA 2 DR.

1at P e r s o n R a t e *

available travel

1066

T1000 1981 halc**iac* FM Mart a low maea aary d e a n $1,066 ROe S GARAGE 28100 W 7 Mae. Redtord 538-8547

9350

GRANO P W C 1077 - Naw brakaa 8 o o d uumBUxi Clean $1500 362-1117

343-1333 676 Plymouth r. 450 an534-0431

TEMPO 1964 G L Automatic, a a cruiee. s m - l m , sharp $3333

- 4 doc 82.000 Reduced I r o m 82.660 takes

GRANO A M 1006. Uue aulTaaanc. loaded. • neasrii condmon. m a t aal. $0.190 or beat oMar 808-7521

PRIX.

conoLLA

T 7 CLUB WAGON

sa

1964 Camry_LE

OTS.

$114

U8ED CAR SAVINGS

728-6672

CIERA 1964 Brougham. V t . loaded, naw 0raa $3900

c&iCa

TRANS AM 1967- Fire a n p n e lad. loeded Vt fuel in^ciec 32.000 maea. $9500 Itrm *J-320C or 843-8394

87 MUSTANG GT

"I TOYOTA

TRANS AM 1968 ed. t-tops low m mmrmrn $10,300

gold bad $ c 662-6640

CELICA ST woe. » C E U C A (Mar) 7967 GT a a a a cundwiun $ t O J

top. am-an stereo, a g . brskes POL. H0.450

O L O S M O e i L E 1968. Clullail. Q a r rotrn 1966. Sprint . supert. muet

LYHX t l t o n $2000 or baal oHm

662 Toyota

FORD M O T O R ft-PLAN CUSTOMERS W E L C O M E

GRANO AM. 1067 - Ak. •

CUTLASS SUPREME 1977. $1000 w o r t h o l w e n a m e e d work saainc lor $500 or Baet 476-851i

TOPAZ. 1966 I . Ic. man condition. $6 000 CaB

453-4600

4 door, •antoon-

FuS

427-6200 TRANS AM 1978 400 V-8.

ataartng/brakaa. • > «, $6,700 375-2296

loaded, good corxJImet $4,500 421-8205

GORDON CHEVROLET

SUN8IRO. 1067 Turbo Hatch powar. wrtra clean. ( 8 . 1 9 5

GRAMO AM TOaO. loaded, s n o o f 5 yr unarnaad T i n g i warranty. $8350 4
GRANO

CAPRI 1987 23.000 mBee. automatic. atr. power a t n d o w s powar door locks, much mora, $5,495

TRANS AM. 1964 T-40PS. 5 HO loaded, alarm Mack a w u S w i oar M«ar d e a n . $7400 271-6406

GRANO A M LE 1066. II l M I W I oondNion. loaded, powar locks, alndow*. ak. sunroof. $6600 464-2418

CUTLASS CIERA -1963. Brougham, loaded extra d e a n muet seal $3,700 or beat 562-8318

TEMPO 1964 GL air extra d a e n $3,496 Lfvoraa Chrysler-Plymouth 525-7804

C H E V Y / S U B A R U P V n o u t h Rd Juel Waet o l 1-275

CALAIS 1968 Quad 4. a u l o m ^ l c . •rao. crutae. Ottoa. pulsa 12.000 mass 365-6103

722-7968

or beet

SUNBMO. 1986 LE Station Wagon a e»eranot 642-4616

ON FORO ROAO 61 GARDEN CTTY

CAPRI 1983, RS 5 0. 74.000 maea.

CAPRI 1985

TYME AUTO

GORDON CHEVROLET

Qrand Prtat 1061. needs tome ra-

$4,000

6000

966-00V4

FIREBIRD 1903 BE. Mack V-8. a»tuiiiaac j . a i m w a , ak. aserao. low "up I T 346-8607

C U S T O M CRUISER. 7902. 3 aaet v-8. tat. crvaee. Mr. deer, 22 mpo. $3,995 CaBEve a. 543-8032

TOPAZ. 1964, LS tlaaririg/brakea. ak. aa n » a exhaual new tires $2600 or beat oiler 881-1838

L a R I C H E

JAC* CAULEY CHEVY

CAPRI 1981 - stick hatchback, gray btac* t i o t h . new d u t c h , runs g o o d $1295459-3434 455-1266

TEMPO 1984 blua. 2 door ak conditioning, e m / t m $2 800 427-5212

L O U

CALAIS t907 GT. loadedfl Sunroof E x c s a . n cars $10,000 Must aal Low maaa 348-9735 477-804f

Marcury

SABLE 1988 maea. $11 800

TEMOP GL 1988 4 door auto n a w brakaa $ t r e e 4 l . 0 0 0 m i Exceaem condition $4800 M-F 9 - 5 » I M M « e p m S a a a n d a 886-9678

sunroof Good prtoal Days. 262-7307.

TRANS AM 1979 ar ataanng/brak. Hood a reel GO iaaacar. $1,750 TYME AUTO

676

CIERA 1983 aulomaac. 4 c y M a r . powar locks, crmee. ak. raoondL uonad and 'aadr to go - Saws S3 785 JACK CAULEY CHEVY 855-0014

1967. LS AmomaBc electxam- SABLE. tronic ooneoM. k t j l i s i entry air

T-BIRO, 1968. 54,000 maes. lenl condklon loaded. M 2 9 6 Ca« Mon-Fn 8am-5pm, aek for Jay 561-6303

STANZA OLX 1962. 2 door, hatchback 5 ipaad. optlone . 36,000 maaa on reUuat motor Must seal $1,700

a e a y It i s t o a e v e .

from ' 8 2 9 *

*

Ett»saent corv

Riaia g o o d 422-1050

T-BIRO 1964. loaded dark Okie. es. caaeni condMlon $4,495 CMI after 8pm 347-2271

TEMPO 1984 81.000 one oaner ESCORT 1963 stereo A - « M acmal maaa s m In* si to lel $2,225 l O a i p g This m * on«y $ i 468 TYME AUTO 4S5-5S60 TYME AUTO

PARIS and fONDON

i n

A p r i l

• f r o m

THE 8 LB. UPRIGHT YOU'VE HEARD A B O U T

6.5 A M P

U n b e a t a b l e Winter Offer Regency O u l a a s now makes rt M M ) than M l to ten tha Caribbean W h a n t w o people sax togett. ar m tt>a same catan tha «rst p e r s o n p a y * our -egular price 0 * a tha eppkeatxe air-add-on Tha seco n d p e r s o n cruises trse snd pays only $ 2 6 5 t o w a r d slrtsrs snd trsns»er» Book n o w for best catunai

" A d d $65 air sdd-on 1st paraon r a i M »ary d e p e n d i n g on aeperturs data

A p r i l

1988

851-6757

CARIBBEAN ENCHANTED ISLANDS M a r 5, 1 9 , A p r 2 16 3 0 7 days aboard the R E G E N T STAR H o n t e v e Bay, OcHo fcoa S t n u a w s . S t Sarta. S t Hearten, San Jaaw. Wantage Set

a n service a n d s u p e r b C o n t i -

or V a n c o u v e r .

ESCORT GT

tires

MAXIMA SE 1965. 3 Mar V0. 5 i t s i • . Mack, gray O o t i . m o o n r a o I $7500 Aflar 8pm.001-3S87

spacious

staterooms, attentive Europe-

Anchorage

848-8522

condition $4900

ORECK

Denan Park, Fairbanks, the Ju-

a n d

Valdez.

A N D

E x t e n d your A l a s k a tourney

t u r e t o t h a l a s t frontier. Visit

C A R I B B E A N

Cruiss/Tour Packages from $895

4 Ports plus ths Insids Passage snd Glacier Routs

ESCORT GL - 1987 2 door 21 500

CARIBBEAN 2ND P E R S O N CRUISES FREE

ALASKA CRUISE 7 DAYS from $895

new

7^2

"iS5«4

CSoo"

PONTIAC

TRAMS AM 1966. m a a a a

CIERA. 1063 Brougham new area and I d m o n $3,360

MERKUR.

TEMPO'S

1965.

condition $10.500

4 wheal drtvae 18 lo cnooee 4 0 * 1 stock

82.000 maas. no good condition, 456-7807

S O N W V U l L I 1067- nadad. coaerad by »ai—arable OM P.olecaon thru 7-8-63 or W0.000 maes

675

COUGAR 1982 XR7 Good transportation new water pump, brakaa & exhaust, tuay loaded $2100, negotiable 437-2972

MUSTANG 1988 GT ad. must sea $ ' l .000 Oon

D 0 W N ! *

ZEPHYR 1960 rust, loaded $ ! 350' best

am-It

MUSTANG. 1965 6 cyimdai. stick, hardtop, restored Turquoiae. mini condition $8,000 851-3233

SHADOW 1907- 2 d o o r . 6 aa cruiaa. powar a m t m ca an:laOai'ii condltKm S840C 469-8700 or

Accepted

brakaa. air

ON FOTO ROAO IN GARDEN CITY

MUSTANG 1987 GT Like new $10,895 North Brothers Ford

USED CARS „ 0 „ -

TRACER 1968. 19.000 maaa. S speed. 4 door i n e a i i n t ciondtlton, $8 100 437-9465

LTD 1980. s m - f m sir rear datroat. power s t a a m g . brakes, much m o r e $1100 or bast oner 531-7853

OMNI 1981 024 Good c o n d i t i o n 58.000 mttee SiSOO or baal Oder 728-1831 421-2938

BILL B R O W N

674

Ford

TEMPO. 1966 OL 31 000 mBaa. 5 apaed aacaBant condition $4600 or loner 346-3706

4 7 1 - 0 8 0 0

LE BARON 196» - 4 door, ooor atr, • , i2- S5 L L a u t o m a t i c IransmjMlC". FIESTA 1979 be^e aood oom%, »12.500 >oo 02«-aa»2 Ixxv $825 421-8025 NEW YORKER. T9B2 u i c a a a m co«v F t S T A i960 axoaaant condition (Mion. njna graat moal aS options raide t e«caaant r u m n g coninOudang car pnona wtth hands Iras dition $550 or beat o t a r Leave S3500 887-2274 729-9028

t o tit y o u r l i f e s t y l e !

N O B O D Y

ESCORT 1984 • * * . lam. anvfm caaasna. »» ess anl oondftion $ 1660 Suaan 349-5660

EXP 1987. rad d e i u i s sport c o u p e loaded low maas sxcaaant condition $7 000 722-3537

warranty $9,850

lose,..We've got the p r o g r a m

ESCORT 1984 QL wagon., datuxa two lona camt m am-an siarao. c u a x a d m c u MSanor. pramaum aound. 51.000 actual m6aa. m a w a a t o n l y $1.87M TYME AUTO 455-5668

ESCORT 1965 saarao. Macs baaufy Twna doas a aoam t h » - a s * orty -11.8S5 TYME AUTO 458-5566

LEBARON GTS. 1987 tat Mr. low T i i l n g i . 5/50 extended war •anty. $8 BOO or bast 455-2868

N o matter w h o you are or

666

ESCORT 1963 80.000
L

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The Ghoul and other things that go bump? By Larry O ' C o n n o r staff writer In most citie3, a guy with a f r i g h t wig, wearing a pair of sunglasses with ooe lens poked out and a bine lab coat would draw stares. In Cleveland, they a s k for an autograph. "How about a 'Stay Sick,' " said the m a n in the get-up. dutifully signing his n a m e for a t e e n a g e r on Euclid Avenue. "All right, overday." A crowd swells around the person known as The Ghoul. He has been off the air in his hometown of Cleveland for two years and since 1983 in D e t r o i t Yet in his heyday, Tbe Ghoul w a s synonymous with Saturday night television in Detroit. In the 1970s and early 1980s, be was a horror movie host oo U H F stations WKBD-TV Channel W, WXON-TV Channel 20 and WGPR-TV Channel 62. His show was pure m a d c a p slapstick There was no script. His zaniness often s t r e t c h e d the boundaries of acceptable standard television like gooey taffy. Busting w a t e r m e l o n s with a s l e d g e h a m m e r ? The Ghoul was blowing up pumpkins (not to mention model cars) with M-30 f i r e c r a c k e r s b e f o r e G a l l a g h e r ' i hairline went south. And David L e t t e r m a n ' s stunts as a h u m a n bowl of Rice Krispees"' Tbe Ghoul once w a s a human h a m b u r g e r — covered with k e t c h u p and m u s t a r d (actually red and yellow paint) along with o n i o n — when L e t t e r m a n was probably still a w e a t h e r m a n in Indianapolis.

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'Bombay': Persuasive expose The dark ride of childhoodto be a major theme at the Detroit Film Theatre this season The viceridden brat in "Murmur of the H e a r t " tbe abused f a h n boy in "Pefle the Conqueror" and ths aporI African youths la "Voices of S a n f l * " a r e all in their | edge of the rottea ways of tbe w a r l d Add to this list "Salaam Bombay!," a and, affecting portrayal of childhood as it shouldn't be b r e d bat unfbrtaeately It - on ths streets of nrhun Indis. "Salaam Bombay*** is the story of , a m a n bey 11 n aiagtolend la tbe city a f t e r being • a t ef b i s family home

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AFTERNOON FILM THEATER, Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit. Call 8822730 for information. ($1.15 all seats) "Kuhle Wampe" (1932), 1 p.m. Feb. 2126 Bertolt Brecht co-scripted this study of a young woman and ber family who become homeless during Germany's postwar economic depression. Directed by Slatan Dodow, with Herta Theile. DETROIT FILM THEATER Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit Call 833-2730 for information. ($5 all seats) •Salaam Bombay!" (1987), 7 and 9:30 p.m. Feb 24-25 and 5 and 7:15 pm. Feb 26 Director Mira Nair used authentic settings and a mostly ooo-professiooal cast in this affecting portrait oi a small boy fending for himself in the mean streets of urban India MICHIGAN THEATRE 603 E Liberty. Ann Arbor Call 669-6397 for information ($4 regular. 33.25 for students and seniors) Moodo New York" (1MI), 8 p.m. Feb 20. 9 pm. Feb 21. 7:15 pm. Feb. 22 and 24, 9:10 p.m Feb 25 Harvey Keith's ' shockumentary" about the grotty goings-oo in New York's fashionable nightclub scene ' America — at the Movies" (1976), 7 p.m Feb. 21 American Film Institute's bicentennial tribute uses scenes from S3 movies, from "Yankee Doodle Dsndy" to 'Five Easy Pieces" to recreate the American experience Bird" (1981). 9 15 p m Feb 21 Clint Eastwood's controversial bio flick about the great >an saxophonist Charlie Parker with Forest Whitaker and Diane

gaudy luxuries enjoyed by the young prostitute, and Chillum's joyous hashish binge in a graveyard. Nair makes effective use of loca boo settings and a cast of mostly DOO-professional actors, many of "Rebel Without a Cause" (1955). 9 p m whom were actually living the life Feb 24 A lonely alienated bad boy she depicts. It would be nice to think James Dean), a disenchanted daddy's movie stardom has bettered their girl (Natalie Wood) and a mad puppy lot bet that's apparently not the shooter (Sal Mineoi team op in Nicholas case. Shafiq Syed, who plays KrishRay's epic of adolescent rage, na, has reportedly returned to his and despair previous existence as aa ordinary child laborer Hsrhor Inland GRITTY REALISM aside, this is s gorgeous film. Sandi Staeel'i cinematography recreates a childTr e y e view, giving a sense of freshness and wander to Krishna's world of alleyways and back streets What tics it all together is Indian jazs master L. Subramanvafn s super raga-funk score, which combines traditional Eastern tation and melodic ing buck beat that throbs pleasingly

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"Oliver and Company" (ISM), 5:15 p m Feb 25. Roll over, Charles Dickens. Animated Disney feature recasts "Oliver Twist" as a funny animal story. •Without a Que" (1SSS), 7 p.m Feb. 25 1c which it is revealed that Sherlock Holmes (Michael Caine) is really a numbskull, and Watson (Ben Kingsley) is the smart guy who secretly feeds him his Lines. Ha! Ha! PARK THEATRE 804 Ene St E , Windsor Call (519) 971-9983 for dates and time ($4 regular and $2 50 seniors, children and members) "Big Time" (19*8). Coocert film starring Tom Waits, the A1 Joisoo of the 'Wonder Years" generation T h e Thin Blue Line" (1988). Errol Morris' documentary about a man unjustly convicted of murder in Texas is the most elegant piece of muckracking in this world

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Hey. Sensitive Big Guys, l e t s watch TV Wanna watch Geraldo" Not sensitive enough? OK then We could watch Phil Donahue, or better yet. there's M ' A ' S ' H * reruns with Alan Alda "We're into anything Alan Alda is into." said Rob Varney of Livonia, lead singer and songwriter Sensitive Big Guys, surrrreee Their music s o u n d s anything but tender, caring, compassionate This stuff is as subtle as a bag of nails thrown into a cement mixer Dinner music 1 Sure, if the super happens to be on the beam of a construction site Need we say more 0 Of course, we do. The Sensitive Big Guys have been in operation for nearly 1 Va years, forming in November 1987 The product is strictly Livonia, except for guitarist Bryan Rossell who lives in Westland "I live right on the border." Rossell said He also went to Livonia Franklin High School as did bass player Steve Bauer Drummer Rob Paul and Varney went to Livonia Bentley where they played in numerous bands which may be filed under obscurity. SO, AT at a concert awhile back, they all decided to join forces Their Livonia roots put them into company with other fine area musicians such as Bootsey X, Dave Feeny of Orange Roughies. Chris Richards of Hippodrome, Mike Murphy of the Moonmen, etc. Yet, like the aforementioned people, Sensitive Big Guys a r e strangers in their own land. "Nobody has heard of us around here,'' Rob Paul said "We play any-

TOOTS a MAYTALS Toots 4 The Maytais will perform at 10 p.m. Mooday. Feb. 20. at Nectarine Ballroom. 510 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor Tickets a r e $12.50 in advance For information, call W-MUSIC •

IDYLE R O O M E R S The Idyle Roomers will perform on Monday. Feb 20. at tbe Blind Pig. 208 S First, Ann Arbor For information call 996-8555 •

MISSION I M P O S S I B L E Mission Impossible will perform oo Monday. Feb 20. at Rick's Cafe, 611 Church, Ann Arbor For information, call 996-2747. •

ARGOSY Argosy will perform on Mondays and Tuesdays, through Feb 28, at the Studio Lounge. 6921 N. Wayne, south of Warren Road, Westland For information, call 729-2540 •

R o b V a r n e y , S t e v e B a u e r a n d Roj> P a u l f r o m T h e S e n s i t i v e Big G u y s is s t r i c t l y a L i v o n i a Livonia. p r o d u c t , e x c e p t for g u i t a r i s t B r y a n R o s s e l l of W e s t t a n d . T h e r e m a i n d e r of t h e g r o u p i n c l u d e s Sensitive Big Guys cassette, "Simply dy with them They just like to play where but here ( the clubs) won't Sensitive." Band members attribute "We liked to get booed just as have us They want us to play 60 perthat to the first time being in a much as we like to get applause." cent covers." recording studio said Rob Paul, jokingly. .As a result, the Sensitive Big Guys Still, there is a certain spark on In that sense, the Sensitive Big have sought fame and fortune elsethe nine-song offering that all the Guys are quite refreshing They are where The four-member band is a studio wizards in the business one of the few local bands that don't regular on the Hamtramck circuit. couldn't hope to reproduce serve you a line about record label Also, they have made the outstate "We're a lot better live than we interest or bombard you with cosmic tour to Kalamazoo and. most recentare on tape,'" Steve Bauer said debris of the social significance of ly. to Mount Pleasant their music Added Rob Paul. "No matter how Through all this. Sensitive Big bad we get We know we could do Guys have only headlined on a few worse " A FEW flaws can be found on the occasions Which is all fine and dan-

Dreams break out of Athens mold By Larry O'Connor staff writer You can take the band out of Athens. Ga But you can t take Athens. G a , out of the band Dreams So Real is trying At least with their music anyway. The three-member band's latest album, "Rough Night in Jericho," iAnsta) is a conscious effort on its part to distance itself f r o m the rest of the Athens bands it grew up with. So. R.E.M., B-52s and dB's, take a hike. "Personally. I think we're representing our own Athens sound,' said Drew Worsham, d r u m m e r of Dreams So Real. "We're not going to deny we're from Athens " Unlike most of those from the Georgia hotbed for alternative music, Dreams So Real went for a big sound on their latest LP For that, they opted for the technologically proficient studio setting in Los Angeles instead of some backwoods setup They snared themselves a big name producer, Bill Dr esc her. whose past credits include the Bangles and Jules Shear And they spent three months in the studio, compared to eight days as with their first LP "Father's House " The end result is a big, brassy and. dare we say. commercial production "WE WANTED something modern

sounding that wouldn't be out of place, say. on AOR radio." Worsham said "We could have gotten Mitch Easter or Don Dixon to produce it and gone for a more regional sound," Worsham said "The record company wanted us to return to our own sound We wanted a big sound We wanted the album to rock " For the most part, Dreams So Real succeeded The melodic rock quality of "Rough Night in Jericho" deems it appropriate for AOR radio play Are you listening. Arthur P 1 Nonetheless, striking out for an identity of its own is admirable, but could have its drawbacks. For one, the fact the band is from Athens alone sparks a curiosity With that, though, comes the endless comparisons Dreams So Real was open season for comparative analysis, especially after R E M s Peter Buck produced the band's first single "Everywhere Girl" "Whirl'' (Coyote Twin-Tonei The psychedelic pop offering quickly became a best-selling single Buck was also at the controls of the band's first album. "Father's House That. too. received critical acclaim After pounding the college alternative musical highway, Dreams So Real signed with Arista Records Suddenly, a dream the band had when it first formed after meeting in a record store was real

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D R E A M S S O REAL Dreams So Real will perform with special guests. Crossed Wire, at 10 p.m. Tuesday. Feb 21, at the Blind Pig. 208 S First, Ann Arbor. Tickets are $7 50 in advance For information, call 99-MUSIC. •

FULLY L O A D E D Fully Loaded will perform on Tuesday. Feb 21. at Rick s Cafe, 611 Church. Ann Arbor. For information. call 996-2747 •

J O E ELY Joe Ely will perform on Wednesday. Feb 22, at the Blind Pig, 208 S. First, Ann .Arbor For information, call 996-8555 •

ATOMIC C A F E Atomic Cafe will perform on Wednesday, Feb 22. at Rick's Cafe, 611 Church, Ann Arbor. For information, call 996-2747. •

IODINE R A I N C O A T S Iodine Raincoats will perform on Thursday. Feb 23. at the Blind Pig, 208 S First, Ann Arbor For information, call 996-2747 •

LAZY L E S T E R Lazy Lester will perform on Thursday. Feb 23. at Rick's Cafe, 611 Church. Ann Arbor For information, call 996-2747. •

S OULS IDE Soulside will perform along with Kuru and Forced Anger on Thursday, Feb 23, at Blondie's, 21139 W. "Seven Mile, Detroit. For information, call 535-8108 •

THE S H A K E R S Tbe Shakers will perform with special guests. New Logic, oo FYiD r e a m s S o R e a l is t r y i n g to d i s t a n c e itself f r o m t h e r e s t of t h e A t h e n s , Ga., b a n d s it g r e w u p w i t h a n d a s a r e s u l t , h a s g o n e f o r a b i g s o u n d o n t h e i r l a t e s t LP.

INTENT TO make the most of it, the group wanted to do things differently production-wise "He (Buck) pretty much knew we were going for a big production on this album." said Worsham, who added that Buck likes the band's latest album "He knew he wouldn't be appropriate this time." If things go according to plan. Dreams So Real will be added to tbe long list of names who have made it big from Athens Creativity must flow in the water in the relatively

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small college town A film documentary was done. Athens Inside/Out," which focused on tbe phenomenon of the music scene there Worsham is even at a loss to explain i t "It's weird," he said. "Somehow, cosmically, it all comes together " Dreams So Real unll perform at 10 p m Tuesday, Feb 21. a t the Blind Pig, 208 First St.. .4nn Arbor Tickets are S7.50 in a d v a n c e For information, call 99-MUSIC

day, Feb. 34. at H a m t r a m c k Pub. 2048 Caniff, near 1-75. For informs Uoo, call 3S&-97M •

S E E DICK RUM See Dick Run will perform on Friday. Feb. 24. at Jameson's, 1112 N. Main, Royal Oak For information call 547-6470 •

MEANIES Meames. Rated R and Black Anthem will perform oo Friday, Feb. 24, at Blondie's, 21 I M W. Seven Mile, east of Telegraph. D e t r o i t For information, call 526-8108 •

CHEVELLES Cbevelles will perform oo Friday, • Feb 24. at Lili's 21. 2930 Jacob, off Jos. Campau. Hamtramck For in- " formation, call 365-9760 •

OMEN Omen will perform along with Infect oo Saturday. Feb. 25. at Bloodie's, 21139 W Seven Mile, east of Telegraph. Detroit For information. ~ call 535-8108 "V



JUNK M O N K E Y S Junk Monkeys will perform on Saturday. Feb 25, at Lili's 21. 2930 Jacob, off Jos. Campau, Hamtramck. For information, call 8766555. •

THEFEW Tbe Few will perform on Saturday. Feb 25, at the Hamtramck Pub, 2048 Caniff, off 1-75 For information, call 365-9760 •

CARUSO Caruso will perform oo Saturday,* Feb 25. at Jamesoo's, 1812 N. Mam," Royal Oak. For information, call' 547-6470



PRETTY POISON Pretty Poison will perform oo Sunday, Feb. 2«. at Blondie's. 21129 ; W. Seven Mile, Detroit For informs- tion, call 525-8108. •

DEAD MILKMEN Dead Milkmen will p e t f m m at 10.p.m. Monday, March 6, a t the Necta- ' n n e Ballroom, 510 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor Tickets a r e 110 50 in ad- vance For information, call SS-MU- t SIC. •

REPLACEMENTS The Replacements will pet fo» m at 8 p.m Friday, March 10, at the Michigan Theatre. 603 E Liberty, Ann Arbor. Reserved tickets a r e $16.50 in advance. For information, call 99-MUSIC



MICHELLE S H O C K E D Michelle Shocked will perform oo Sunday. March 12, a t Saint A n d r e w s Hall. 431 E Congress, D e t r o i t Tickets are $12.50 in advance. For information, call 99-MUSIC.

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Here are the top 10 songs receiving air play on WORB-FM 90.3, campus station of Oakland Community College Orchard Ridge Campus in Farmingtoo Hills.

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1 "Blind Justice." Figure 4. 2 Flex." Figures On a 3 "'Springtime.'' Juggle 4 "Moving Forward." Fly Awny 5 Tattoo." Ortsnlal Spou 6 "Ghost at Aotsmn." Chlarfnl 1 7 Night Comes On." Behfry Eas 8 Love You to Death." SOttes. 9 Instinct (Live)." lggy Pup. 10 "Frog Life." 22 Cave Guds.

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TELE-ARTS, 1540 Woodward, Detroit Call 963-8690 for dates and times ($2 matinee, students and seniors. 33 50 regular) "Stormy Weather ' (1943) Musical, directed by Andrew L. Stooe, with a legendary cast — Lena Home, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson. Katherine Dunham. Fats Waller and the Nicholas Brothers, among others Paired with the documentary Witness to Apatheid.' this sounds like a perfect evening of laughter, song and romance UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN-ANN ARBOR: Auditorium A of Angel! Hall. 435 S State (82 50 all seats* "Dark Circle" (1982), 7 p.m. Feb 21 Documentary by Judy Irving and Chris Beaver featuring recently declassified material from government archives about the making of the hydrogen bomb

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The verbal gymnast LS back Elvis Costello's latest offering. Spike," (Warner) has more twists, turns, flips and flops than a mackerel out of water Coming on the heels of last month's release by Lou Reed "Spike" gives fans of tremendous lyrics another reason to push up the volume and pull out the lyric sheet Backed by an all-star cast with a wide variety of instruments. Coetello shines on "Spike " The music ranges from folk to funk to pop to ballads The connecting yam is Coetello'i ability to weave intricate tales while making keen observations like "They say that travel broadens the mind til you can't get your head out of doors." Great Britain's political woes are one ol Costsllo'B favorite targets "Any King's Shilling.'* a traditional Celtic folk song, paints the Irish struggle in a portrait oI a friendship between two opposing combatants T r a m p the Dirt Down recalls Bob Dylaa's Masters ol War" with Its spiteful graveyard scene aa

anti-establishment rhetoric, "When England was the whore of the world Margaret was her madam " Costello co-wrote two tracks with guest bassist Paul McCartney The toe-tapping "Veronica" is a wellcrafted piece of pop that surprising ly enough sounds like a mix between the late-70s Attractions and raid-60s Beatles Tbe other. "Pads. Paws and Claws, psles in comparison The album's crown )ewel is the hilarious "God's Comic." the story of a corrupt priest who has died and fears his final reward Costello presents a satirical image of God on a water bed "drinking a cola of a mystery brand." saying. "I've been wading through all this unbelievable junk and srondering if I should have given the world to the monkeys " With the exception of a couple weak spots, namely "Deep Dark Truthful Mirror" and "Baby Plays Amend," "Spike" is solid stuff - another winner to add to a superb track record — John Cortet

Roy Orbison's untimely passing ensures this album will become a best seller The good news is that "Mystery Girl" (Virgin Records) deserves whatever success comes Its way Here, Orbison succeeds where most other rock legends have failed — creating a new body of work that not only matches past glories, but builds upon them Of the 10 songs, only "You Got I t " the first single, clings self-consciously to tbe past The rest shows Orbison completely at home in the 1980s There's a fair share of help from notable friends Fellow Wilbvys Jeff Lynne and Tom Petty each contribute songs, while Lynne and Mike Campbell, one of Petty'i Heartbreakers. handle moet production duties But the spotlight belongs to Orbison a lone Even to the end. his mag nificent, soaring voice remained one of pop mueic's treasures The difference between Orbison and other rock vocalists is never more apparent than en "She's a Mystery to Ma," Bone's contribution to this bill of fare. While the US has delivered similar materia man-falling-off-tbe-cliff despair. O r bison's s l a f t a f Is at yet beautiful! tbe deeneratkm aad benitbiunk al-

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the movie, there was no significant slippage in the ratings. So that told m e most people just wanted to watch the movie " M A N A G E M E N T d i d n ' t understand The Ghoul, Sweed said But he a d m i t s he had a role in it. " I became really a r r o g a n t for awhile," Sweed said. "1 burned a lot of bridges I'd say, Ah screw you.

"Do you know who The Ghoul is"'" he asked the kid too young to rem e m b e r him as the 1970s anti-hero of late night TV "Well, hold onto this because s o m e d a y soon it's going to be worth something.'' A LOT O F Ron Sweed is in The Ghoul Sweed as a youth started a r u m o r in his neighborhood in Euclid, Ohio, that the Beatles' Ringo S t a r r was going to visit. He bought a Beatle wig and hired a c h a u f f e u r . "The whole neighborhood was lined up because they w e r e so gullible." said Sweed in a m a z e m e n t "Tbey believed Ringo was actually coming." Another childhood stunt indirectly led him to TV Sweed wore a stolen gorilla suit to an a p p e a r a n c e by Cleveland h o r r o r m o v i e host. Ghoulardi. Ernie Anderson, who was Ghoulardi. was so impressed by Sweed's moxie he hired the t e e n a g e r to work as his gofer Before long, Sweed was Anderson's understudy Enough so that Sweed asked the m a n a g e m e n t at WKBF-TV Channel 61. if he could do his own show In 1971, "The Ghoul" p r e m i e r e d . In the beginning. Sweed did an exact imitation of Ghoulardi. (He asked Anderson to r e t u r n , but Anderson, an announcer for ABC-TV. declined). Then Sweed began putting his own touches on the show. He would cut into the movies and provide sound effects. F o r instance, if a couple w e r e kissing, he would slip in a heart-resounding belch. He also held high regard for the films he hosted "Boy. this movie is really stinkeroo," he would say. spraying air f r e s h n e r . THE GHOUL was as kind to the concerned m o t h e r s who w r o t e in complaining about his antics. "Hey m a d a m , why don't you put your false teeth on b a c k w a r d s and bite your throat." People a t e it up. Ratings soared instantly Soon, The Ghoul was syndicated to other Kaiser Broadcasting affiliates in Boston. San Francisco, Chicago and Philadelphia. Along with Cleveland, tbe height of The Ghoul's popularity reached epidemic proportions in Detroit He recalls being mobbed st an a p p e a r ance during ha If t i m e of a H a r l e m Globetrotters g a m e at Cobo Arena Then things took a nose dive into, as The Ghoul would say, the porcelain r e c e p t a c l e Sweed said The Ghoul was set to move to CKLW-TV Channel 0 (now CBET-TV). but Kaiser Broadcasting said it owned tbe rights to The Ghoul c h a r a c t e r A bitter lawsuit ensued that took 1 * y e a r s to settle After r e t u r n i n g to Channel SO for awhile. The Ghoul started channel bopping He went to Channel 20 He went to Channel M and then back on Channel 20 Ratings, c o m p a r e d to tbe cast of producing tbe show a r e s o m e rea som Tbe Gboul was eventually dropped f r o m tbe WXON-TV lineup according to vice-president and gen era) m a n a g e r Doug J o h m o n "The Gboul w a s a following lor a certain group of people." Johnson said "We bad him hosting s movie A couple of t i m e s when we just had

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By Larry O'Connor staff writer Many comedians say they w e r e class clowns. But Chas E l s t n e r c a n boast of being a real clown. l c fact, the Chicago-raised comedian attended Ringling B r o t h e r s and B a m u m Bailey's Clown School for three months in Venice, F l a . He even toured with the " G r e a t e s t Show oo E a r t h " for awhile before moving oo to the comedy stage. And if P T B a m u m himself said there was a sucker born e v e r y minute. the s a m e might be said for sore feet. The 16-hour, six-day a week gruel was a hearty introduction to the world of show business "I'm out on the road now, and I hear guys being on the road two months at a t i m e and complaining.'' said Elstner, who will a p p e a r Wednesday through S a t u r d a y . F e b 22-25, at Joey's Comedy Club In Livonia. "I say, T h i s is p e a n u t s . ' " After 11 years of doing stand-up comedy, things a r e s t a r t i n g to crack open for Elstner. He's a p p e a r e d on t h e Arts & "Good Time C a f e , " t h e syndicated "An Evening at the I m p r o v " and S h o w t i m e s "Comedy N e t w o r k . " ON T H E DAY of the interview, Elstner was p r e p a r i n g for an audition on "The Tonight Show" with Johnny Carson. It would be the third

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DOUBTS H A V E been replaced by determination He's following through on a goal he's had f r o m tbe first t i m e he walked into The Improv in New York. Instead of learning other comedians' styles, E l s t n e r studied the profession He found that Bill Cosby learned psychology. Steve Martin delved into philosophy and Charlie Chaplin p r a c t i c e d ballet. Elstner took c o u r s e s in those subj e c t s at the University of Hawaii and a business class for good measure "I noticed m o s t of t h e m make it between the age of 30 and 32," said Elstner. w o o is a t t h a t a g e "At 1 8 . 1 said I have a lot of t i m e to l e a r n a n d to m a k e m i s t a k e s " Chas Elstner will perform on Wednesday through Saturday, Feb 22-25. at Joey's Comedy Club. 36071 Plymouth, Livonia. For m formation. call 261-0555

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The 'King': His memory lives on . . . "Elvis is all he talks about." his stepson and brother-in-law said.

By Carolyn P i M f c o staff writer E3vis may have "left the building." but the fans weren't leaving their seats. Judging from the numbers who visited "Elvis: A Musical Celebration" last month at the Fox Theatre. "Elvis Lives!" or at least the legend of the King lives on, perpetuated by Kalamazoo sightings and Graceland birthday parties Mingling with the opening night hordes at the Fox were people costumed in everything from sequined cocktail dresses and tuxedoes to jeans and flannel shirts. Tbey arrived in stretch limousines, luxury cars, pickup trucks and the city of Taylor senior citizen bus More than one over-the-hill Elvis impersonator were among the faithful. We asked a handful of them, "What qualifies you as a true blue, radical, fanatical E i n s follower 0 " and got varied responses JUDY ROCK and her 23-year-old daughter. Jodee Riley, came with two less fanatical friends Rock had seen EH vis in person nine or 10 times, the last time at Olympia Arena in April 1977 just months before his death. She caught the traditional thrown scarf. "How did he look then"'" we asked "Fat," both friends answered "A little heavy," Rock contradicted, "but he was precious." RILEY RECALLED the time she was 9 and a novice Elvis fan. "My mother dragged me with ber to Los Angeles to his home." "Imagine," ber mother said, "I was hanging on the gate waiting for him to come out. His car started coming and Aunt Jan said get out the way, he's not going to stop, but I knew he would. -"He tried to get Jodee to come to the car and I said. How about me?' but he wanted the little girl. She went up and touched his hand, but she wouldn't kiss him. I jumped on the hood of tbe car and got a picture of his chest and the gold chains." That picture and dozens of others photos, plaques, plates and other memorabilia are on display in tbe Rock home in Warren. Riley, newly married, said husband Steve won't let her bring it to their home. "He's kind of jealous." SKIP CHAMPAGNE, 38, of Inkster was accompanied by ber husband. Bill. Skip, whose brother "gives tributes" (not impersonations) of Elvis, was dressed in a pink satin jacket with burgundy letters that spelled out "Elvis." "I've got to be part of this," Skip said. "I went to Graceland on his 50th birthday." While ber 50ish husband, Tom, shook his head, Jane Smithson of Troy was one of the few interviewed who admitted she owned a blue velvet painting of the King. Tom accompanied her and his sister, Mary Denmark, who first saw the Elvis movie "Love Me Tender" at the Fox Theatre in 1956 Francis Wolaitis of Detroit sported a pompadour and sideburns in the manner of his hero. He went all the way to Las Vegas to see the Elvismania show, but it was sold out. When tickets went on sale for the Detroit show, he was in line early.

POLICE OFFICER Erich Laubert of St Clair Shores likes Elvis ao much, "be imitates him every year at our spring dance in a rented costume," his wife said. "He does tbe whole bit with tbe '2001' opening and tbe scarves." "'The women screamed," Erich said, a grin on~his face. Jeff Dumtnuwski of Dearborn has 26 hours of news tapes of the day Elvis died. "I would have had the whole 24 hours, but I ran out of reel," he said. Two months after Elvis' death, Dombrowski went to Graceland "to stop by and take a look at the real radicals, the ones crying at the fence," he said. "Am I a fan?" superfan Carol Campanula repeated. "When Elvis died I got sympathy cards. My boss gave me a day off to attend the funeral, but my boyfriend took my credit card. I only got as f a r as Woodhaven." "I LIVE FOR Elvis and he lives for me," said Tanya Church. 25, of Royal Oak. She went to Kalamazoo when she heard he was sighted at a fast food restaurant, "but I lived in Battle Creek at the time." she said. "It wasn't much of a trip." Pat Nowasielski, 57. has dedicated one room of ber Dearborn home to Elvis, but the memorabilia have spilled over into other rooms, inrlnriing thp bathroom in which a portrait of E.P dominates. Friends have given ber scarves, books, pictures and clocks. A makeup artist, she saw Elvis at Olympia in '77 and at least 40 impersonators since. She does the makeup for many of them. Sylvan Lake's John Dent, 26, has an Elvis record collection in the 1957 Wurlitzer jukebox he keeps in the kitchen. "I try to emulate Elvis," the tall, handsome copywriter said, "especially when I dance Except EH vis sneered and I like to smile." NOT ALL members of the audience were pro-Elvis. Jill McCoy, 11. and sister Julie, 10, of Livonia were there with their mother and her best friend. The friend brought ber daughters, Jodi and Amy Schwab of Milford. "Our mothers wanted us to see what they did in the '60s." Amy said. "But we'd rather be at a hockey game." Pat Patterson of Redford and a dozen other members of the Friends for Elvis Fan Club were at the Fox opening night The newly formed sanctioned fan club generally meets on the 16th of the month at the Metro Hall, Plymouth and Beech Daly roads in Redford, to hear music and talk about their idol. They recently held a party for EH vis' birthday (Jan. 8) and hired a local impersonator. Their next big event is a countrywestern night. They welcome new followers. If you own a blue velvet picture, can sing all the words to "Kentucky Rain," know which radio station hosts the Sunday morning "EHvis Hour" and can spell EHvis' middle name, write Friends for EHvis. P.O. Box 19554, Detroit 48219.

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It's Europe 'a la mode' or doing it your way By 111* S a n d e r s o n J o n a s contributing travel editor

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the rental car with their credit card. It takes time to qualify so apply early If you are looking for the sun, consider southern Europe, especially the destinations that Europeans choose for their annual vacations You will find the English, German and other European tourists, but practically no Americans, on the southern coast of Portugal and Spain, and in the Balearic Islands of Mallorca and Ibiza The only winter "snow" in the Balearic Islands is created by blizzards of almond blossomss, you can see them as early as January, but the group tour season booms in spring and fall. Most Europeans pick up a hotel or apartment for a week or two and do day trips around the Elands If you are visiting Spain mid-summer. and you like crowds, the Running of the Bulls takes place in Pamplona July 7 It is part of the Festival of San Fermin Barcelona is the site of the 1W2 Olympics, but you won't see any sign of that yet. You will, however, find great summer music festivals In Sanlander. Granada and San Sebastian AS THE sun moves north into Germany you can celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Port of Hamburg and the 1.000th anniversary of Boon this year The passion play at Obe r a m m e r g a u is not scheduled until 1090, but it is not too soon to start planning ahead for that' Once you have chosen your Itinerary. either oa a tour or on your own. start digging through guide books

Once you have chosen your itinerary, either on a tour or on your own, a tart digging through guide books and travel magazines in your local library for those wonderful off-road treasures. and travel magazines in your local library for those wonderful off-road treasures That's how we discovered the top-rated country restaurant Auberge de L'ill In Qlhaensern, in Alsace a few miles north of Colmar on the French side of the Rhine River The wonderful meal we had there would have cost us hundreds of dollars In Psrts. You should also explore your inEurope transportation Air high, but trains are both and comfortable. Railroads laanchad Its new faat Atlantic TGV train to ary In the fall. H wUl to Brittany aad in J m 1000 to Tours, Bordeaux border They should ha Jast as as the faat TGV t r a i n run from Paris to Lyon French National Ral rail-car package. Air

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A: It sounds as if a dehumidifier would also be a nice addition to your cottage. Placed close to your closet, it should dry out the air noticeably. Louvered closet doors will allow air circulation, so your clothes won't feel so damp and cold when you put them on Finally, silica gels or calcium chloride granules are quite effective in retarding mold and mildew growth. Found in hardware and other stores under various brand names, they have an amazing ability to rid the air of that mildewy smell. Use them in basements in damp spring weather when furnaces no longer dry out the air, cottages, which are closed up for a period of time; or even in your home while you are gone on vacation. Follow instructions carefully. After some of the above precautions have been taken, wash or have cleaned every article of clothing in your closet and keep only clean items there Put non-cleanables like shoes in a bright, toasty warm place to air out completely. When replacing items, make sure they are thoroughly dry and don't pack your clothes too tightly in your closet, so the air can circulate between them. Also remember that synthetic blends tend to retain mildew more than cotton By adding dry air and light, you can avoid cold starts in the mornings and your clothes will have a bright future. Q. Can yoa help me cat my shopping time? An example: In the middle of other work 111 remember I need a greeting card aad whea I ran oat to get it, I ead ap browsing for other things. A. Since shopping is usually more fun than work, many people use errands as an excuse to get out of other tasks. First, consolidate your shopping. This takes planning. Schedule ooe time to buy all the greeting cards you'll need each month, keeping a few extra cards on hand to avoid emergency trips. If you are young and receive many wedding, baby and shower notices, invest more heavily in those cards. Sad but true, older folks should retain more get well and sympathy cards. Do weekly meal planning and go to the grocery store only once a week. If you need something in between, add it to your list and adjust your menu, if necessary, instead of making another trip to the store. Make only a few major clothes shopping trips per year, either when each seson's clothes first arrive (when you'll pay premium prices) or during peak sales periods. For odds and ends, shop for specific items but cut browsing time. ftnp woman used to guilty during Christmas shopping forays because she would buy almost as much for herself as for others. Then she realixed Fall was ber busy period, affording little shopping time. Now she purposely saves winter clothes buying for December without guilt. She found Christmas shopping more fun this year and her time was well utilised by "killing two birds with ooe stone." Lots of attractive clothes are on sale then, too. Another shopping tip: Organize your trips by direction. Keep a list of errands, then chose which you will do oo a given day according to location Chart your journey either in a circle or in a straight line For the straight line, take an expressway to the farthest point, li possible, then work your way back on slower routes If you run out of time, the unfinished errands will be closest to home Finally, schedule errands/shopping for certain days; i.e. always make your trips oo Tuesday afternoons and Saturday mornings. When and how much time will vary with individuals, but such a plan will save time and family members will begin to respect that Is when, and only when, you will run their errands.

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Builders' show spreads out at new Cobo The newly expanded Cobo Hall will be the site of the 1989 International Builders Home, Flower and Furniture Show. March 18-26, the largest show of its kind in the United States. There will be more than 800 exhibition booths in the show, spanning 500,000 square feet — the entire top level of Cobo Hall. Tbe show's nine-day run is expected to attract over a half million people. This is the first year that the 71-year-old annual show takes oo an international flavor, with exhibitors from around the world participating in the event. Experts in every conceivable area of residential construction, heating and cooling, design, finance and remodeling will be on hand to demonstrate their wares and answer questions from the public.

THE LATEST TRENDS In home furnishings and construction will be exhibited. There will be actual demonstrations on many aspects of home renjodeling, sure to be of interest to tbe do-it-yourself handyman. The 1989 show will feature more actual model homes than ever. Manufactured homes, custom built modular homes, timber f r a m e homes and homes made f r o m logs will all be on display at the show. Of course, it wouldn't be the popular "Builders Show" without the thousands of flowers, shrubs and greenery that will transform Cobo into a "breath of spring." An area more than the size of six football fields will be adorned with various landscaped gardens complete with gazebos, fountains, flowers, trees and lots of areas where visitors can sit and enjoy the sights and smells of spring. Tbe

Condo auction rules Q-. I read about an a action oa condominiums that is taking place in n "conversion." Are there any legal problems that yoa can think of regarding tbe "aoction - '" A: Having just attended ooe of these condominium auctions, I can tell you that the developer requires that a successful bidder sign a purchase agreement immediately as the auction is completed and further requests that the purchaser waive the nine-business-day cooling off period which the condominium statutes gives a purchaser when buying a unit from a developer. In most situations, the purchaser is best advised not to waive the cooling off period so as to be given an opportunity to thoroughly review the condominium documents, the purchase agreement, the disclosure statement, and to otherwise consult with legal counsel. In tbe case of an auction, perhaps, you can review the condominium documents and consult with counsel before the auction if you are serious about bidding on a unit. Another revelation that w a s gleaned f r o m the auction was that the purchase price ended up not being significantly tower than the asking price for the condominiums which were being offered by the developer before the aoction. This was due, in part, to the marketing skills of the auctioneer in enticing people to come to tbe auction and bidding in at the auction. The same problems which are attendant with any purchase of a condominium a r e applicable at an auction with the additional caveat that the purchaser is presumably under increased pressure because of the auction setting and tbe lack of an opportunity to have the condominium documents reviewed by legal counsel in order to make an informed de-

flowering plants have been "tricked" Into blooming early just in time for the show, using horticultural magic that rivals Mother Nsture. New to the show this year is a traveling pictorial exhibit from the Smithsonian Institute of Washington, D. C. BACK THIS YEAR by popular demand a r e an elaborate arts and crafts display, the "House of Nails" contest where the winner gets $20,000, daily Treasure Chest drawing with prizes for the winners, as well as remote broadcasts from several of Detroit's best known radio stations. Floral arrangements by Allied and FTD florists will adorn the show, and will be auctioned off on the closing day, with proceeds benefiting the March of Dimes. For more information on the event, contact tbe Builders Association of Southeastern Michigan, 737-4477.

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Come Share our dream, exclusive country Irving: For adufts 50 and older No resident children under the age of 17 years • 1 & 2 Bedroom Ranch Unrts • Hot point Appliances • Private Entnes • Full Basements • Clubhouse and Nature Area • Opt tonal Freplace. Family Room ana Walkout Basements • Sandy Beach or Pool Williamston S o u t h Lyon Green Oak Twsp. CENTENNIAL FARM RED CEDAR COLONIAL ACRES I LMB M . b * I S J ~

A: Site condominiums a r e a hot item which are being promoted by various attorneys in this community on behalf of their developer clients. Tbe idea is to sell either land or a cubical of space, as defined In the condominium documents, to a purchaser even though no Improvements a r e actually sold by the developer to the purchaser, La., what the purchaser is really getting is land and air space. Tbe purchaser then contracts with his own building contractor for the construction of a unit on the "space" which be has purchased from the condominium developer. Obviously, limitations should be placed upon the type of structure that can be constructed by the purchaser. The problem with the concept is that various municipalities believe It is a subterfuge for getting around the Subdivision Control A c t Currently, the attorney general is in the process of writing an opinion concerning the propriety of site condos.

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BIRMINGHAM - 3 b e d r o o m brick nome aeroaa from elementery K h o o l t*a k i t c h e n , e n d o e e d b e c k yard $ 1 0 9 900 A f t e r 6 p m 4 3 3 - 3 3 1 6 BLOOM FIELD HILLS: 5 b e d r o o m , 2 ' 4 b e t h * m-iew a U t e . 1 a c r e Culde aec Greenhouee $138,800. 646-5286

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WOLFE 421-5660 WESTLANO CITY FARMERS 0 E UGHTI Ertfoy m e m o e ) g o r g o u a 2<4 a o r e eettlrig your e y e a exxed imegine C h e r m m g 3 b e d r o o m brtck ranch neefled a m o n g e l treee and p i n a a with 3 c a r c a r g a r a g C . 2 4 x 1 6 w o r k a n o p . o an t r M a k . m e n y 6 n e taaturea LIVONIA SCHOOLS! $ 1 2 8 , 9 0 0 IL58Joy1 C M 5 2 2 - 5 J 3 3

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BIRMINGHAM brick c e n t e r entrence colonial. H a r d w o o d floor*. 6 p a n e l e d doora, m o d e m kitchen 3 b e d r o o m , den. IV* b a t h , flraplace. a c r e e n e d p o r c h , m a y l e n d a c a p e d . aprlnktor *yetem Broker,'Owner 646-2060

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420-3400 OPEN SUNOAY 2 - 4 10 MHA & Heggarty 2 3 7 2 3 S l o n e h a n g e Nawh decorated rench. lerge pebo. 2 bed $76,900 6 6 8 - 4 736 PLYMOUTH - Ann Arbor Tra* nwer u a e y 2 b e d r o o m 3rd floor unit leundry r o o m , b a l c o n y a k . c e r p a l •kyfegnu a u p g r a d a a M a p p k e n c a e . a n d lurral u r a a . •aeO— lor p > « c n a e e 1 yr oW 459-8817 $79,900

FARMINGTON C O N D O - 1 b e d r o o m . new c e r p e t m g . new k i t c h e n a a d u b n o u a a with indoor pool, n e w wa*har 4 dryer treck a g f i o n g A c a k

PLYMOUTH - Don't n*»* Ideally loc a t e d i b e d r o o m uppwr unrt c o n d o ne*Uad m * w o o d e d s e t t i n g Beicorry garage, nautre*y d e c o r a t e d Beat «eetur* e r e q u e W y m y a s a u m a b l e a d l u e t e b M m o r t g a g e with * 5 4 8 1 a s e u m p u o n lea lo- Quaktied applicant* $57,500

FARMINGTON HILLS P E N O L E T O N CLUB C O N D O S Senior Citizens Maddtebeit. mat *outh of 11 Mae

P v * M O U T H S Anewer l o C a k t o r n i a Irving <* lias s p e c t a c u l a r murti-
41 R a n c h aiyta o n e a n d two b e d r o o m u n i t * AJ app l l e n c e a . c e n t r a air. c e r port*, t c r a a n a d p p o r c h e a

$66,900 to $84,900 NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS CONTINENTAL REALTY

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ASK FOR MAROA B E N S O N Fl* M a i B o e r d w a a 458-3600 ROCHESTER - 3.YEARS OLD By owner • m m a c x a e t e 2 b e d r o o m apC'Hanoa*, c a r p e t e d . Betoony leundry centrM e » $ 6 2 , 8 0 0 6 5 2 - 4 189 S O U T H n E L D K l n g e w o o d P i e c e . 12 M * e - E v e r g r * e n 3 b e d r o o m 1'4 b a t h t o w n n o u e e V e p l a c e fua b e e e m e n t pool M m * $ 6 9 900 3 6 3 2964

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333 Northern Property For Sale

CHAMPION 1967 14X64 8 Yr A a r - a n t y on h o m e a n d a p p a e n c e a o r prime arte ai W e a i i a n d M e e d v w * k<« 900 Aher 6 PM 728-9207

CHARLE VOtX 4 b e d r o o m 2 o e t h leundry 1 b » Irom L a k e Michigan moetly K t mvieo 663-4042

CHAMPION 2 4 . 8 0 3 b e d r o o m * 2 beih* dmmg r o o m wood burrang rvepiaca c e n t r a a a g a M b c C a n ton G r a « buy . $24 4 0 0 467 2 8 2 7

TAKE OVER PAYMENTS Me t o r d o e e d L i q u o a i n ( R o g e r s City ' -40 a c r e s N o t h i n g dowr, from 5 * 8 per m o n t h Btoch 1-800-4*2-4874

W ALLEO L A K E n e a r l a k a B u m mFARMINGTON HILLS - 2 b e d r o o m * 1964 2 »tory a t i a c h e d g a r a g e hja baaemerrt. 2 b e d r o o m c e n t r a air $68,500 After 6 p m 2 6 6 1635 A BLOOMFIELD S t u n n m g 2 8 0 0 • q ft C o n t e m p o r a r y C o n o o n e * t t o pool a n d d u b h o u a e Two b e d r o o m 2 - . b e t h c e r a m i c l l r lover a n d kitchen S l a t e c o u r t yard 2 Mory m •ng room f i m a h e d lower « v k wwk out with ber 2 n a t u r a l f l r a p l a c e * Immediate o c c u p e n c y $125 000 356-20 73

REDMAN I486 2 bedroom 0>*nwaaner oaa ^>aneang t e r u r h v x n g i e root a k e r « w m u * j m * 581 ' 5 7 7 461 1666 RICHARDSON 12x60 2 b e d r o o m e , 1 > bath* newer n o t water h e a l e r roof & l u r n a c e w o r m * 4 *neo a a muM M I 5 3 5 0 0 , ' b e e t 357 2 3 8 8

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328 Duplexes Townhouse* SUPER DUPLEX in t h e n e a r - ol Gar Oen City Two BOO *q 11 urat* in m o v e - m c o n d i t i o n a n d crtv c e r t i f i e d New roof 4 v a n d o w * m e t a k e d m 1967 S e p a r a t e d r i v e w a y * g e s a n d electric m e i e r * 2 i c a r g e i a g e New a o c e a n c e i m c k i d e d L a r g e *enced lot A p e r l e c t rentM p r o p e r t y Ail i n n •or $85 900 Caa G e o ^ o n e * 522-9700

330 Apartments ROYAL OAK - C o - O p Apt 5 3 9 9 0 0 Cash only 2 b e d r o o m a 1*t "oo» unrt. toll a p p l i a n c e * . 3 ceiling t a n s window air c o n d i t i o n e r 549-6 i

332 MoMe Homes For Sale CANTON Holiday E s t a t e s By Owner 1963 Skyline 14 > 70 3 b e d room, 1 v beth, new c e r p e t m g throughout Excellent condnior $ ' 6 , 9 0 0 After 5 3 0 p m 495-1419

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684-2767 SHARP 2 BEDROOM with g a r d e n tub Skylight*, lot* ol e x t r a s Low 6 o w . park of c h o i c e C a a Aci I 942-064C

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335 Time Share For Sale

Opponunay knocks Prene commerce properly m N * toned C-2 Bordered by Ik worth ( 1 2 0 . 0 0 0 to $175,000 7

JIM PRESTON or JIM COURTNEY

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420-3400

MARCO ISLAND Florida lima share lor sale Ocaenkcmt sleeps 6 J i TWP 9184 Jure week RCl B53-4062 -IAMBERG 125i350 perked Pinckney schools good
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476-8106

WARNER FARMS 3/4 lemay room. anMned centrM ak. 2Nt cer garage axtraa t more Immedlete oce c u pue n c y $112,000

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BEAUTIFULLY REMOOELED 1,188 aq ft ranch new M sports Lake Chemung Improvements mduda hardwood floor In kltchan. oak cebinets. ceramic coeiter tope and bam Newer wea A aapbc 2'4 car immedlete occup

476-7000

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308 Southftald-Lathrup

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581-8200

CAMBRIOGE VILLAGE. N. of 11 M*e. 3 bedroom bnck ranch 1450 aq fl.. open floor plan oerarM air. mertae flraplace. den A lemay room.

BY OWNER - 4 b e d r o o m 2 ' 4 b e t h , tormer bMtoer* m o d M . lota ol e x t r e k $ 1 7 0 , 0 0 0 10 m * e m k a t e r A a 477-2176

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detacrted gerege $72,800 443-0827

FARMINGTON HILLS - 2 b a d r o o m , 2 bath ranch natural llreplece iarga g w a g e on 1 5 0 ' x 1 8 ? ' tot $79,800 Open to oflere. 476-1270

' ' C R A C K L I N G LOGS" depict the « e n i » A charm ol thM cozy ranch eem large tamay room, areplece A wood stooe. a K i a a r r e e pm* 1 Yeer Home Warranty mckided. ACRE plua treed country lot!

FARMINGTON HILLS - n e w 3 b e d room rench. a f t e c h e d aide e n t r a n c e 3 0 6 1 0 10 477-3317

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10 Mae A Orcherd Lake badroom bnck ranch Far mansion a u b 2 M l b e t h a . 2V» c e r

SOUTHFIELD-Nelure tover* daagnt Drink your mWee and an|oy Vie « * • overlooking a beautNul revtna 4 hrMoe on •a 2Vt bethe. 2 flregerege $120,000 IL36Sem| C M 522-5333 SCHWEITZER REAL ESTATE BETTER HOMES ANO GARDENS

•Mndow tieeliTMi'il*. m g r o u n d pool, dack $114,800 Ca* CAROL

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MEAOOWBAOOK HILLS O t U G H T o n a n a n o r m o u a loi «am Mr t a w n e t r a n g t h r o u g h r o o m ooloniM nea targe t . a n d a bigger 1 The h o m e haa memlamerl and • m a n m u c h mc e expeneive $ 1 6 9 900 HARRY 8

SOUTHFKLO 12 A Te Queaty Ranch lemay A dewio roome, I M floor leundry OPEN Sun, 1-5p $118,000

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BuM3 your dream home her* Ol beeutMU noma* Wont la $59 900 Chubb Rd mM N Mae Cea Joe Var [ s i I 4 03 acres 525 000 2 53 Perked 4 ready 10 go Van Esiey Reel Estate 45&-7570

342 Lakafront Property BRIGHTON SCHOOLS - -«M Lek* 'CcnipiaaMj updesed 2 » r o o m 2 oatr. unhraehed walkout Anderson endows LOIS Ol decaa $103 900 By owner CM to" ait. pomtment 313-228- at

NEW RESORT C O N D O M I N I U M FURNISHED FROM $59,500 (Bi-Oiamership) 'he Water Street trm on Lake CF •evou 1r Boyne Cay For informal-

cOT FOFl SA^E ROCHESTER HILLS 90 X 336 539 300 OXFORD houses barns 12 46 575-9649 or 776-4323 -600-632-8803 or H616I562 2" acres-$209 500 or ease 5 bedroom wttr, bem $ I250 mo without $1100 MIL FORD 1erg* sub Coctey 4 OPEN SUNOAY 12 Noon-4prr mo security 1-517-655-1255 Duct Lk Rds* $1'19 500' New ConetructReK 4 bedroom 5pm 541-8138 fuepiace* wiMlpuei tub letB o 1' s8 339 Lots and Acreage MicFORD PINE MEADOWS Stark. 644 - 5250 000 24 baeuMui ro*mg and woodad 2-4 For Sale Sun 670-91 • 433 1231 acre4 hometite* m this 'mm de^eiopBEAUTIFUL TREED lots 1 - acre m mari . adracent to Kensington Park SYLVAN LAKEFNONT 3 oedrnc Prices starting a: 54 7 500 2 Mkes Dual 1966 at a o u i n * M a * i « countr, setlmg On pnvaie -oed m S of I-96 on S Met or 0 Fid For more Too many features t c ket $ 154 Farming!on H I « S 56C1 OOC eacr 475-3074 nto""4'.on ca! 362-4 150 After 5pm 661-40.

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RANCH, t bedroome. 1 beth. lerge coimtry Kitchen large utaay room and t w i g room Priced 10 eea due 10 divorce $68,000 477-3240

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455-5650

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TAYLOR - E u r e k a / T e l e g r a p h D u p a gee Green 2 bedroom appkancee. carpeted near Maa I X way* $36 500 2 8 7 - 2 6 3 6 or 3 1 2 - 4 7 7 - 0 8 1 4

CANTON S h M p 14 X 70 Skytma. 2 bedroom* 2 b a a i « a « "richer c e r p e t m g da 387-5853 mual Mk 1 1 6 . 5 0 0

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Queaty c o n e t r u c t k m N Farmington School* tOOi 160 w o o d w d cm artaa 2 8 0 0 ao. ft f r o m $ 2 1 9 , 9 0 0 NOT a u b o< c u e t o m h o n i e e

•Startingat $119,900 • 2 B e d r o o m s , 2 Baths • Natural FrepUces • 3 0 0 S q Ft D e c k s • Garages W n h Openers • C e n t r a l Ar Coodrtmnani >8

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Highland Lakes Pool. A m u court, c o u b h o u a e 1,400 aq « 2 Mory u n a iHth 3 bwd r o o m * large g e f f i e n n g r o o m llr*pMoa. 1-4 b a t h * c e n t r M a» i^a b e a a m a n t . n e u t r M c o t o r * 5 6 8 900

$51,800 O p e n deny a S u n d a y i - 6 p m D o a e d Thur*dey FAIRFAX C O N D O M I N I U M S

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F o x c r o l t Towrv3 b e d r o o m . 2* b e t h c » n i. c a r p o r t , pool A d u b M $152,000 737-4373

BRIGHTON W o o d t a n d Laka a c c e a t 10x56 2 b e d r o o m low o i ram w e * kepi a n d very c l e a n 5 5 900 Altar 5pm 313 228-6498

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213-458-0887

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S p a c o u * 3 'OC aq ft a x a c u t l v e ->oma on baautifuay l a n d a c a p * ] a c r a < b e d r o o m * . 2 •» b e t h a library l e m J y r o o m , g r e a t room dining - o o m 1*1 floor laundry, lua b e e e •nant baauteuky d a c o r u e d 2 hrasiace* baemed cethedrM ceemg* i h r o u g h o u l , 2 d e c * * , c e n t r e aar. a u I ornate tpnnkier*. many extre*. S307 500 By ownar BLryer* only S h o w n by appt C M 54 1 - 7 8 1 0

RENOVATED 2 b a d r o o m r a n c h Q r e e l r o o m with c e t h e d r M ceMng "ace. g M a g a 1 acre. U n o n p n v a a g a * . poaMbM Land C o n $75,000 363-4167

SOWTHF1ELD Attractive 2 b e d room Many l a a t u r e e a n d a x t r a a $46 900 C M S u e 2 7 p m 5 3 7 - 4 146

HILLS

OF FARMINGTON HILLS

W BLOOMFIELD - 4 b e d r o o m wing oowrUM. h a r d w o o d floor*. 1M floor laiktdry. Bloomfleid H a * S c h o o a $176,000 651-4733

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ROCHESTER J u « Liated 3 b e d ' o o m Iri-levei, m o v e - m c o n d i t i o n H 15.700. or laaaa with option 11 0 0 0 m o PAJ* a a c u n t y dapoert 0 Riaey HaWt> 868-6844

$229,000 ASK FOR MARIE RELIANT REALTY A S S O C . INC 3 6 3 - 3 1 4 3 H o m e / 7 6 6 - 0 4 0 0 Office ^ 7 8 - 0 7 7 8 Owner

AFFORDABLE!

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UNIQUE rary r a n c h , o n a lar cul d a a e c tot. 3 b e t h e . n eu t r M color*. Mgh c a ^ n g a . Uniahed h a a a m e n t , - j u r v j r , 5B1C S d e c * B> $ 1 5 5 , 0 0 0 After 4 p m ft 1-2380

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r o o m w o n l l r e p l e c e A tieaemeril plua M a p p a e n c e a . m a n y u p d a t e a thru o u t - o N e r e d at $67,900

476-7000

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mM d m m g r o o m , n e w e r k i t c h e n e n d b r e n d n e w IM floor b a m N a w o e n trM air newer M n e o a . M t h a r m o p a n e d a n a w e O x f o r d Park a r e a of D a e r b o m r i a a f H i pMnlafl a n d t a n $64,000

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BLOOMFIELD Twp C o n t e m p o rery trl l e v * . 3 b e d r o o m e . 1 ' 4 b a t h e , pool, h o t t u b . e x t r e e . m u e t a M . reloc a t i n g $ 1 5 5 9 0 0 O p e n S u n 124pm 737-4375

PERFECTION E l e g ^ i t l y rary d e o o r m m e p r e m i u m O a a n u i i Park S u b of O e a r b o m 3 b e d r o o m brick C e p e C o d o f f e r * 2 tua b e t h e . Hreplece a l u m i n u m trim. 2 c e r ger e g e a n d Florida r o o m $ 1 1 7 , 9 0 0 HARRY S

420-3400

a m a z i n g v e m e . vt a c r e plua t r e e o c o u n t r y a a r t m g . lovely h o m e . tormM e n t e r t e m m g m avlng r o o m . dlMng r o o m or a p e n d queaty tarrSHy Oma b y o n e of t h e 2 ti a a u ' l k J a r e p l e c a a or view atrttdng t u n e e t I r a m r a l e x m g deck'

O P E N SUNDAY 2 - 5 P M 3 7 0 1 6 W1NOWOOO Left oft HMeted B e t w e e n 9 A 10 MBA Rd Beeut*u8y JeMgnafl oontemporery with * o e n n g c e t h e d r M c t M n g * tkyaghta. t c t a i t H t g h t m g 6 wrap around deck 4 bedroom*. 3 betha library, g r e a t r o o m , l a r g e g o u r m e t

MICHIGAN 6 O U T E R D « A r e e - 3 b e d r o o m , brick 1"* a t o r y . AnMhed B a a a m e n l g a r a g e C o m p l e t e l y red e c o r a t e d - t r e a hi p e n t , n e w c a r p a l ed $60,500 6•6 1 - 7 6 6 1

H O M E T O W N REALTORS

315 WofthvMU Wovi

BIRMINGHAM S C H O O L S - Frank Lloyd Wright t t y t e c o n t e m p o r e r y ranch - 3 ' i ecree. Needa renovation Buyer* onty $ 2 7 5 , 0 0 0 655-07M

W BLOOMFIELD F r e n k a n C o m e r * S u b C o n t e m p o r e r y r e n c h o n h a a 1ly w o o d e d tot. 3 b e d r o o m e . 2 b e t h e , o p e n floor plan, m e n y b u a t t n e . *rv d beeement, c e n t r a ek. lerge deck. Birmingham School* $169,900 651-3669

pency $77,900

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COLDWELL BANKER 347-3050

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UP FOB GRASS L«juor tcanaa • inventor, m norvoperatmg bar now up lor tats1 435.000 can buy it all Ca« lo. Oe tans Aak tor Margie Jaftray

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GET SMART Invast m tfus sturdy 4 « • »spt 2 story historic OuOdlnfl m downtown Tecumaan Parlacl tor various bual• oparatlons 3 badroom iiwig quartan uppar laval $60 000 Ask tor Vrvtan Moore

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LAHSER. 7 MILE AREA Nice 1 4 2 bedrooms carpeting Newly decors-ted, heat $100 o f 1st months rent, $325 4 up 537-001* LAKE ORION - lekelront lerge Hvtng room With fireplace patio overtook ing lake. 2 bedroom, no pets $600 plus depoert 879-2*57 LAKE

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Westwood Village Apts. Heat Included O n select units Specious I 4 2 bedroom apts wtth pkiah carpet vertical bund*. * * ' cleaning oven, troetfiee refrigereioi dishwasher smpie storege mter com carport, dub houee fennrj courts, heated pooN Rent from $*55 Security deposrt $150

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FOR RENT One bedroom wtth balcony on Waked Laka Carpaled throughout includes major sppkancas and garsgs 1 year n a i l si $650 par mo Immediate occupancy Phone weekdays 8#nv5pm 474-7300

Canterbury Park Lrvoma t nen esl spertment complea lealuring large dakjae 1 bed room, 4 2 bedroom-2 bstti unrts includei Balcony or patio vertical Dlmds. carpatmg. laundry hook-up ir each und. ek deluxe sppliances

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400 Apts. For Rant 400 Apts. For Rant MANSFIELD MANOR NO GIMMICKS APARTMENTS JUST VALUE Royal Oak Area GREAT LOCATION Large I 4 2 b e d r o o m a p a r t m e r u s LEXINGTON starting at $ 5 1 5 n d u d e a centrM m. pool, l a u n d r y tecaitlee. h eat 4 riot VILLAGE water pen© or b a i c o n y - o c a t e d at I BEDROOM APARTMEN" Include* ' Heat • Stove 4 relriywetor • Pod • Newty d e c o r a t e d • Smoke detectors • FROM $ 4 2 0 • Security d e p o w t Only $ 2 0 0

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2 bedroom, central air, basement, parking, beautifully decorated $400 a month

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LIVONIA'S FINEST LOCATION Merriman corner 7 mile Large Deluxe 1 & 2 bedroom Units •Adult community • All appliances • Vertical blinds • Pool • Nearby shopping MERRIMAN WOODS

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Cloee lo downtown Fermington. •hopp-ng 4 expressways

HOUSING • FOR THE ELDERLY Chidesier Place Apertments. 3300 Cfudeater Street Ypakanti now accepting sppkcalion* Withm waRing distance of downtown Rent according to mcoma under Section 8 HUO For information can Mon thru Frl 467-9*00 Equal Mouemg Opportunity

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Beautiful spacious decorated apartments Some of our amenities Include • Intercoms • Deluxe carpeting • Den • Dishwasher • Disposal • Parking • Swimming Pool • Storage Facilities • Laundry Facilities

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BIRMINGHAM Newty remodeled 1 and 2 bedroom apartments avertable mat East of Adam* Rd near downtown Birmingham Rantal -atea include heat, water. nMndow treatments, naw xltchen. new appliance*, mirrored doors and upgraded carpeting AJI naw tenants receive one months rant tra* tor a imnted nme For tarther information please caa 844-1300

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AVAILABLE 10 4 LASHER 2 or 3 bedrooms. 2 H baths flntahed baaamenL aeoarat* laundry room. tu»y carpeted Appro* 1,950 Sq Fl Pool, carport adult and children pats $720 par Mo included

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BIRMINGHAM rteert ol Birmingham - walk to library the park theater. reatauranta and great fashion storeel Wea-mamtamed amen building with elevator individually controlled heat 4 air conditioning, dishwasher diapoaal 4 vertical Minds 1 Badroom. $560 2 badroom. $725 No pets T1MBERLANE APTS 666 Purdy 266-7766

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BIRMINGHAM Executive 2 bedroom Apt for parson who expects the best Modern decor, 1600 Sq Ft Onfy i available Contact Pat at 645-9220

FIRST M O N T H S RENT FREE*

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BIRMINGHAM - Daaraab Waai to banks, abrary rants $525 par MO heat 4 hot water mdudad 944-6105

AN OPPORTUNITY to move up to French Quarters Apts 1 A 2 badroom units from $350 month Microwave oven security alarm, ?* hour gat* house Credit report 4 references required Eyargraar & Jeffries X-Way araa 835-9086 835-9*75

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BL OOMEIELO. One try aattlng. near laka Carpal, stove, refrigerator $375/morWh. «37« security T37-6B81

BIRMINGHAM BUCKINGHAM MANOR SPECIAL OFFER 2 bedrooms from $595 Fu* beeement. verttcle bands Children 4 amal pats welcome 01tor available only lo new i n d e n t s on aelecl apts Leaaa mutt begm no later than Apr* 1 949-6909855- 1090

AMBER APARTMENTS Royal Oak fCtowaon/Troy i stop apt shopolng SomatNng lor evaryooe Come Sunday Fab 26th. 12 *5pm * 0 0 0 Crooks, Royal Oak or call tor appt 2S0-2S30

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BlRMINGHAM/B4oomtte4d. 1200 sq ft. 2 bedrooms, 2 bath*, central av Bloomfiatd HMs School* Can 9AM-5PM 645-1X326

ALL QUALIFIED PEOPLE Smm S K i B o n l SHARE LISTINGS • 9*2-1620 88* So Adams, Birmingham M.

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BIRMINGHAM, beaut ito 1 badroom. newty decorated, carpeted, immediate occupancy $500 month Eton-Maple. Dajp 356-2600 849-1660

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BIRMINGHAM - Brtck 2 bedroom 1 bath appaencea lanced yard ga$700''mo 1 : a. securtty Oepoen. No pets. 644-3165 BIRMINGHAM deen 3 near parks 1% bath, aar encea Basement Carpel Caa

bedroom, M appa$73Vmo 5-40-8657

BIRMINGHAM PurOy 3 bedroom*. 2 tua bath* hardwood Boor* Vepaece ear condrtlorwv alarm. $950 644-76S3 BIRMINGHAM doamloem 3 bedroom executive home I cer gerage. wall-to-wall carpet appitancee $650 per montn 644-50M

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storage. rrw»-D*nOa (tiroughout $750A*0 • aecurtty 626-631» BIRMINGHAM Keep oool Ma I

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PLEASANT M g a - 1 b e d r o o m u p per Hat. $ 4 0 0 p e r m o 543-7033

SOUTHFIELD - For rant, leeee or sale 2 bedroom hoana wrth carport. 12 Mile. Greenfield area For ntor metion eel 9 AM-6PM 665-5402 SOUTHFIELD

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SYLVAN LAKEFROMT- X I 2 bath deck beech » i ' 5 0 Cat

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NORWAYME 2 REDFORD TWP . eese wtth option lo buy Laroa 4 kitchen a n d b a t h u i e t y r o o m , l a r g e bedroom Newly 'enoveted $650 yard paa'itafl. u a i p a t a v $ * " « Plua tm 5 729-6434 per mo $250 credited towards purchase at sale Security depoeal PLYMOUTH 665-3651

ROCHESTER - Downtown houee lor rent 3 bedroom*. V* beOi*. Vepaece den yeer roind smoom. private yard $»9C mo 6S2-3149

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HEAT INCLUDED Luxury Kkarewuea Covered Dark

For Rant

bedroom*. 1 beth F"tus new pern! WESTLANO appaencea. carpet and aadkig Muat see $750 pkjs jtmtle* 540-2662 S S ^ i BIRMINGHAM SSOO/Mo paue , ROYAL OAK N 2 bedroom, new known aaHh appeup to dale treaawy decorated 3 bedroom. 1 bath ram* oo (Met tree ance* F vepaece $6S0/r 410 Flats utaities and security eel Wall A her 5. SCNKLEV-11 shopping athooaa i wrtr flaluxa appaencea 4 ROYAL OAK - ir-k I saver peck age area 3 bedrooma 1H beth*. dnang area «richer $695 per monlh EMO yard $725 Seofty s s ; r o o m a tor rant Aa ol March 1 MOO

BIRMINGHAM exceptional mce 3 bedroom Hard wood Boors r, tvsng 4 dmmg rooma Wrecker* eft ached garage IWwehed tissament central air $1100/mo Ca* 626-3636

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406 F u r n i s h e d H o u s e s

BIRMINGHAM/BEVERLY HILLS 2 Home* 2 bedroom. $650 month 3 bedroom $750 a montfi. plus security 433-1469

31296 SprtngMke Boulevard _ NOVI —

D & H Income Property M g m t F a r m i n g t o n Hills 7 3 7 - 4 0 0 2

LIVONIA - 19759 raster Rd room, n e w y Oecoraled

564 So Adam* Barrmngnam M

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SEE 100 S WHERE TENANTS 4 CANOLORDS SHARE LISTINGS e 642-1620

$405

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aar carpon $675 'mo mm haM 6 rnmm 540-7492 or S42-W30

'VONIA Smaa 2 bedroom home tenced yard attacfiad garage csoea to w o n o e n a n f l No pet* $425 per IS Mo pkje 1/ueties security 421

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RELOCATING? CHANGING LIFESTYLES

ALL CITIES

PH: 349-8200

WESTLAND 26253 Eton W t * I mkaaar N ol Van S o r n M c e 2 bed- Z " r o o m home on large lot Wee am- \ peeing $ 3 * 6 pei nsonah oco«iancy

FARMINGTON HILLS. 3 bedroom, ramay - o o m e n a c t e d garage $e»&' mo 3 bedroome beeement garage $795-'mo subject lo credk report, e m p o y m e m t e r m 4 peal relerenoa* No Peta A S * FOR ROY OR JOANNE AT 476-7004

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PH: 477-6448

WESTLAHO 2 Dedroom houee. $ * * I l • F e * l 4 Mai m o n * paue HOC securey aepoert CaS after 4pm. «S> ooeo

$1,000 per montki

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PLYMOUTH large lurmahed studio 6 montn teeee ot longer includes a* utawee $450 per month Plus security 459 4199

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414 Southwn Rantate C O U N T R Y C L U B - G o l f » • * . Iu»y h * ruanad tor touraome. 2 b a d r o o m . 2 18 n o * * g o f l . I g h t a d t a m e . 882-3155

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C a a eftar 522 7805

H A R B O R SPRINGS condo d o w n l o a m S a a a n n a l tun, lovaly l o c a t i o n Ca* Dava Olaon 616-526-9666 616-526-8040

SUNCOAST TRAVEL 477-2643

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H A R B O R SPRINGS 3 badroom 2 ' n b a t h l o w n h o u a e Naar B o y n e H i g m a n d a 8 N u b * Noo. alaap* t March » avakabl* 979-0586

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H I L T O N H E A D ISLANO - Ship Yard Plantation, beautifully located e n d u n i t 2 b a d r o o m . 2 i t>*th v i a * , racarrtty r a d a c o r a t a d c a b l e tv p o o l $ 5 0 0 . w k By o w n e r 201-874-5335

881HILTON H E A D Condo - Beech gofl h a a lennts large 2 badroom. 2 bath on F a a o Gofl Coar»a $ 5 7 5 / « a a k 2378 313-885-5753

H I L T O N H E A D Palmetto Duna*. 2 badroom VMa t o b e a c h golf t a n r n * C a l l tor B r o c h u r e a n d p i c t u r e * , f r o m $ 4 7 5 weak 1-750-1968

HH.TON HEAO-FkJdMr * C o v e c o r v do. 2 badroom. 2 bath lurnlahed p o o l , t a n n i e a n d r a q u a l ban S h o r t «a» to Oaach $450/a« Aflar S a p t i e . $350 826-0351

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H I L T O N HEAD S C 1 b e d r o o m c o n d o on i*iand* hnw*i beach S p e c :acuta/ viaw Poo. Tennw 459-6588

M A R C O I S L A N D - Oaach f r o n t 2 o a d r o o m c o n d o e'teaeblr 1 / 2 1 t h r u f e e 6 8 eftar A p r * 10 "«n- e u m m a r 1 w a a * rnnamum 4 8 1 - 6 4 0 2

H I L T O N H E A D VILLA - 2 p o o l * l e r v n t * . f a c q u a l Dan Heaps 6 C t o a e t o gofl. b a a c h ahoppmg v«sao l a p a a v a i l a b i a $ 4 75 425-6782

MYRTLE BEACH-OCEAN FRONT. O e l u i e 3 b a d r o o m condo . 1 800 aq n . 3 b a m * Mn* i». pool, l a c u r o w a w y "morrtniy

HOMESTEAD c o o d o o n L a k e M«rf>gan D a a c h TanrMS'awtmmmg poo«*,''hr*p4aca S w a p s 5 $850 wk 842-4251

W A N T E D TO RENT Southaael Ftoode 2 b a d r o o m . 2 Oath c o n d o , M i r c h o l 1989 624-8437

HOMESTEAD South Baach Corv d c beat u n i i a v a d a b i * on b e a c h . 3 b a d r o o m * 3 b a t h * "vapiaca >acw zi e t c 646-7040

W I N O W A R D POINT- F o n M a y a r a B a a c h M o n t h s rantal $ 1 8 0 0 m o Corrvitataiy f u m a M O 2 b a d r o o m a . 2 M I M 585-8081

BLOO*«F»ELD Room In h o m a r a m ale p r e l a n e d Kitchen i laundry p r u W a p e * $80 par w a e k M u a t b e non smoker 334 4806 CANTON l a m a l e only, f u r n a h a d r o o m with a* ullktie* 453-4372 CANTON Furraahed b a d r o o m . h o m e privilege* m quial coimtry noma Near Ford. G M 8 e x p r a * * way* E m p l o y e d g a n i l a m a n 2 6 or o l d e r $ 8 0 par w e a k 397-0065 F A R M I N G T O N HILLS Clean 8 comfortaPie room Kitchen p r i w l a g a * $ 7 5 weak CarvlraPy l o c a l a d Call ahar 6 p m 489-9709

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BOYNE AREA LaHafronl o o n d o saeap* 2, 4. or 6 j a c u z z i n r e p l a c a S t a r t i n g at $ 7 5 par night 855-3300 363-3885

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BOYNE COUNTRY 6 b e d r o o m s color TV V C R . r a e r o o m a i e a p * 12-16 Nora 4«4r42«

T O R C H LAKE Secluded 25 acre a*t*fe T w o atiracirva. s h o r e s i d * h o u s e * M a n y e x t r a s ' F»om $800-' wwe> B r o c h u r e 644-7288

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E X C I T I N G T R A V E R S E CITV Reserve now Beaut Ifm lamity resort 1 8 2 bedrooms kitchen heale d p o o l air c o n d i t i o n i n g o n M i r a c l e Mile R e d u c e d June a n d w e a k l y r a t e * 1 - 8 0 0 - 9 4 2 - 2 6 4 6 or 1-616-938-2646

BOYNE HIGHLAND Lovely 4 b a d r o o m . 2 ' * b a t h c o n o o Compietaly turmahed Minute* I r o m akmg C a l Karl* 788-0328 C O n 4 badroom cottage on lake naer W e a t B r a n c h S w i m . fteh. b o a i . n r a p i a c a g o f l r>aarti> * 3 0 0 - $ 4 0 0 f weak 682-6331

419 Mobile Home Space

E A S T E R IN P U E R T O V A U - A R T A 1 O a d r o o m c o n d o . steeps 4 M a r 23-Apr 1 $100^night. 7 r*ght n m m u m Air available 886-8933

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E A S T E R IN S U N V A L L E Y 1 b a d r o o m c o n d o H e a p * 4. tuny equipped Mar 25-Ap. 1 $725 886-8933 G R A N D T R A V E R S E BAY • S u t t o n B a y 4 b a d r o o m Chalet G o m p i a t e l y turnahad. baach A v e * a M weakly 588-5829 HARBOR SPRINGS Large 4 Cloee t o B o y n e H i g h l a n d * By o i 8 7 9 - 7 8 2 6 or 4 2 7 - 7 1 4 ] H A R B O R SPRINGS H a r b o r C o v * luxury c o n d o , i n d o o r p o o l 8 ,acuzz) Available for ski w e e k e n d s Days 965-9409 Eve*., 2 8 2 - 4 8 4 0

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YOUNG PROFESSIONALS will share 3 b e d r o o m h o m a with s a m e $225 / m o * S utlktiee St C M * S h o r e * 77i-7«t7

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422 Wanted To Rant

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F E M A L E R O O M M A T E R o y a l OWt. naar B a a u m o n i 2 b a d r o o m F r i a n d t , guiat N a w c a r p a l $ 2 8 0 m o . m ctudaanaat No dapoeit 435-8238 F E M A L E l o a h a r a h o m a «i p r i m e downtown Birmingham Waanar dryer W m i s r w $300 month V * m o n t h * security. u t M a a 258-5526

PROFESSIONAL W O M A N traquan! i r a i e i a i n e e d * 10 r a n t r o o m w i t h k i t c h e n & l a u n d r y p r t v a e g a s near L o n g L a k e 8 T e l e g r a p h C a n Eva n o o n hou> or a f t a r 5 p m 258-2012

424 Houee Sitting Serv. H O M E SITTER t o m a m l a m f o u r h o m e while o u t ot l o w n . l o n g Ia r m daairaable Trustiaorthy Excakani r a l e r a n c a * Call 9 a m - 8 p m 85 1 - 4 1 0 0

L I V O N I A PRIVATE ENTRANCE A b a t h . Clean t u r m s h a d s l e e p i n g V-a 196 1275 5Mi-Newburg WCNwwkf, 464-1690

F E M A L E 30 p i u * to ahara Somerset a p a r t m a n t wtth sama $350 mo 2 b a d r o o m * . 2 oaths Call 332-8229 Alter 5pm 843-9326

NORTHVILcE Sieapmg room w i t h p r i v a t e ent r a n c e . l o r g e n t l e m a n onfy S h a r e * bath, n o r smoker 349-9495

L r V O N I A - M a l a / l a m a l e 10 s h a r e 2 o a d r o o m 2 bath api $275/'mo mc k j d a s utMitws Jim Days 838-7121 e w s 422-1346

429 Garegea & Mini Storage

R O O M S w i t h hrtchen p r i v i i a g a s p r i v a t e b a t h $50 w« share bath. $ 4 0 wk M u s t b e gamtuMy e m p l o y e d after 5 p m . 2 6 1 - 5 2 3 7

LIVONiA 3 badroom $75 * w « a «

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S O U T H F I E L D - 8 Mi / T e l e g r a p h Sill i n g 8 b a d r o o m . furnished Krtchan. l a u n d r y privileges, g a r a g e j l d i t i a s •ncludao $285'mo 356-5517 UTICA iad> s e e k i n g s a m e C o o k i n ^ A waaCung j n . n a g e s , r m r $50 wk Deomnore 8 Auburn 7 3 9 - 3 7 8 3 or 679-0482 WEST L A N D - baseman! room own b a t h e m p l o y e d mat®, l a m a i e k n e h a n l a u n d r y prrvilagas $ 6 5 per w a e k Work 326-0240 Evas 7 2 6 - 0 9 9 '

421 Living Quarter* To Share

BEST NE A R E A - O T S E G O L A K E G A Y L 0 R 0 . MICH c a r g e iMiafroni lodge. 5 " « r » j t a * i o H«X)en VaUay Fully lurr>i*had B a d d i n g 8 I m e n * n d u O a O 8 baOt o o m t . l a r g e p o r t ^ v M n g r o o m wITW alone liraplec* Furnace 8 a a o w * * t ) « mdvoed Jun* i 7 t n thru July 2 2 N O T avartabie R e n t a l 2 • w k i $1175 4 - a e * s $2200 A k « T » n u m h a f u n g boat a v a r t a b l a Kale eiac i « M M Ca* Doraan. M o n t h r u Ffi . 8am-4pm. 8 8 3 - 1 8 0 4

436 Office / Boeineea Space

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MAUI Kaanapall Ala Penthouse a p a r t m e n l . s l e e p * 4, o n o c a a r -nouniam By w e a k or l o n g a r . $ 1 6 0 - $ 2 1 0 par night Daily m a i d I A M I D S T i h e tailing s n o w e n | o y l h « service available 553-8522 n e w t a k e a walk Share 2 b e d r o o m apanmant'*ieepmfl room $325/ MINUTES FROM -HE MOUNTAIN $ 2 5 0 m o Easy « - w a y s 459-0117

415 Vacatkxi Rental*

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FEMALE TO ahara 3 badroom apartment m Southflala 12 M l / N o r t h w a a l a r n $ 2 2 5 / m o - 1/3 u t * i Apr* 1 352-4715

S O U T H F I E L D - 12 Mile.' G r e e n f i e l d a r e a $ 2 7 5 pet m o n t h C l e a n h o n e s t p e r s o n over 3 0 C a l l a l a r 4 P M 443-5742

A P A R T M E N T TO s h a r e tor l a m a l e . 5??^ [-a... '•» m i i i f i w i ^ i r u i M a r c h 1st C a n t o n a r e a Can & leave message 981-6711

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L O O K I N G F O R F E M A L E aarty 2 0 s IO m i d - 2 0 s, D a a r b o m H t s a r e * immediate occupancy $245 'mo 478-1650 o r e v a * 565-7024 MALE PROFESSIONAL non-amok ing, wt* share Troy 2 b a d r o o m I ' l b * t h * p a r t m e n ! with same $265 plus daposit 585-4286 M A L E R O O M M A T E w a n t e d lo s h a r e h o m e with 2 femaies Lake access Oakland Cty $200./mo • '•> u t m t-es 363-8299

MATURE. RESPONSIBLE nons m o k i n g lamale to share house m R o y a l O a k $ 2 5 0 / M o • s n a r e irtilitws 335-5127 NON SMOKER professional lo s h a r e h o m e m B e r k l e y 2 car g a r a g e . c e n t r a l air. $ 3 3 0 / M 0 p l u s s utilities 54 7 - 6 5 4 3 NON SMOKING Female roommate l o s h a r e 3 b e d r o o m h o m e in Birm i n g h a m $ 3 0 0 p m s -i u t i l l l i e s Ca* avemnqa 645-9334 PROFESSIONAL

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P A Y N O FEE l i n t * Y o u See L u t i n g * o l QUALIFIED PEOPLE SHARE LISTINGS 8 642-1620 S 5 I 5 0 x o s m i Bsrmrhflnaffi. s r B I R M I N G H A M - C e n t r a l R o o m tor rani house lo share Straight female Also studio space 'or rent 1st m o p l u s Oeposfl 258-5105

PROFESSIONAL non-smoking f e m a l e l o s h a r e 2 b a d r o o m . 2 full bath apartment m Novi Low j t a i •«s S t a o . 3 4 7 - 5 9 6 2 or 8 7 1 - 2 3 3 7 P R O F E S S I O N A L Female wanted lo share lovely h o m e Mapto'1 Telegraph area 626-2177 P R O F E S S I O N A L w o m a n with ranted h o m e lo share wtth same Storage available $ 3 1 5 - s h a r e utilities Northville 349-1421 RESPONSIBLE FEMALE nonsmoker to share 2 b e d r o o m api S o u t h h e l d a r e a K i t c h e n . f r o n t dini n n r u m n Aw msJieu $ 3 5 0 p l u s **f uliklies 425-5320 R E S P O N S I B L E M a l e college sluo e n ! d e s i r e s i o s h a r e Hvmg q u a r t e r s wtth same m W O a k l a n d Co Area 476-0035

B I R M I N G H A M / S O M E R S E T - Great 2 b e d r o o m 1o s h a r e B u s i n e s s m a n . e a s y g o i n g , ap a m e n i t i e s male/ f e m a l e G o o d -ales rlghl peraon 649-3403

ROOMMATE BIRMINGHAM - 3 b e d r o o m houee walk to Oowito-wn $300-$350 month C a l l Jim a f t e r 5pm 647-9308

B I R M I N G H A M 3 bedroom, house lo s h a r e w r t h a n o t h e r f e m a l e $ 4 0 0 inc l u d e * utilities Call C h r i s 647-9413

R O O M M A T E w a n t e d tor l u x u r i o u s 2 bedroom apartment m Farmington Hilts $ 2 7 0 m o i n c l u d e s u t t k t l a * C a l l 473-0249

B L O O M F I E L D H I L c S - wl« s h a r e l a r g e h o m a or, l a k e mus1 like c h i l dren $500 mo includes utWtie* 322-8707

SINGLE CHRISTIAN Male l o share a p t m 12 M l / N o r t h w a a l e m a r e a with same Great sunsets' Prov 11 3 0 P h t i 2 10 Caw Ruck - d a y s 642-2820 after 5 3 0 p m 356-5282

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HILLS Condo to bath $300 m o n t h Ca« 8 5 3 - 5 9 0 5

C A L M CLEAN non-smokmg male prole*sional/*tudenl looking to share spacious house m A e s t i a n d C a n t o n w i t h t h e s a m e $25C * y j l i W i e s Call Jim 729-488'

420 Rooma For Rent

C A N T O N - professional lady t o s h a r e her large » b e d r o o m h o m e with s a m e $ 3 5 0 m o plus 'fl utmtites A l s o g a r a g e D a y s 5 5 6 - 1 3 1 9

BEECH/GRAND RIVER-Private room kitchen/laundry Employed s i n g l e p e r s o n $ 2 0 0 ' m o S100 security After 6pm 534-4973

C A S S L A K E p r i v i l e g e s , l a m a l e <2532> l o s h a r e 2 b e d r o o m a p i w i t h s a m e S m o k e r $ 2 6 5 p l u s half utilities 6 8 3 - 3 3 6 2 or 68 1 - 9 3 3 9

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SINGLE M O M seeks professional p e r s o n IO s h a r e o m e t . 3 b e d r o o m h o m e i n W B l o o m f t a t d FuH h o u s e privileges Lake access $425 plua 1/2 u t i l i t i e * per m o 683-5253 S I N G L E M O M to share mce big h o m e o r r a n t r o o m 10 c l e a n p e r s o n G a r a g e of o f f - s l r e e t p a r k i n g Teleg r a p h 8 7 MMe C a l l 531-0427 S O U T H F I E L D / F A R M I N G TON area Share large h o m a G o o d location Cloa* l o e x p r a * * w a y $250 m o • hall utlktie* Reference* 443-2924 SOUTH FIELD House. * h * r e expenses with two o t h e r s . $50 a week p l u s $ 10C o e p o s i l A l s o 10 s h a r e in utilities Evenings 350-6397 W E S T L A N D - Responsible, mature 35 f e m a l e w o u l d like 10 s h a r e h o m e wtth y o u $ 2 6 0 ' M O p l u s ' • Utilities 8 C a b l e Y r a n i s e c u n t y reaurrad 728-6335

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335-1043 DOWNTOWN ROCHESTER Mainslreel slorefronl 335-1043

FARMINGTON

1,000 sq H m o d e r n o f f i c e in m u l t i / t e n a n l building Light a r d b r i g h t Newly decorated Will divide Lighted, paved parking Our first v a c a n c y in 3 y r s Immediate occupancy

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P L Y M O U T H - 1 0 0 0 sa ft P a r t i a l l y healed with garage door $ 5 0 0 / M O Can 261-1943

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FARMINGTON R D / 8 MILE 3.000 M l CK Will split P - « m « l o c a 1i0n N a i l t o i h r n n n g b u s i n e s s 477-8037 FORD RD » M i d d i e o e n Last p r i m e r e i a i or o f f i c e s p a c a a v a i l a b l e N e i l 10 O n r ^ e w e i e r s 105C s g ft Ford Rd exposure immediate o c c u p a n c y Can 4 2 2 - 2 4 9 0 0 * ^ Y $25 PER DA 1 * Dow^'.owr Royal Oa* a o o u i ? 0 * 3 C - i e a t a n o waie< ! ' e * G o o d con<3»tior S41 - 4 144

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NEW/LEASE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY AVAILABLE Light industrial office, storage t . 0 0 0 so 1 u n i t s a v a i l a b l e L e a s i n g at $4 DC per s a ft B e t w e e n B r i g h t o n and Anr Arbor

BIRMINGHAM D O W N T O W N u p s t a i r s s p a c e d a a i tor o « i c e o r •«t a " 124 S W o o d w a r d F r o m $ 2 8 5 m o Immediale occupancy 682-4762 BIRMINGHAM DOWNTOWN Greal Am®ncan Bunding C o m m a u a i or m e d i c a l s p a c e ' * 6 2 s q h i r m a i l d o w n Ihe hall t r o m A p s a l a a s a r Rasiau-ar-i 28C N W o o d w a r d S a i l to Crowievs

6 4 7 - 7 1 7 1 0IRM N G H A M O O l V N T O W N E i e c u t i v e Dflicas 400 W Maple Morthry renlai includes 4uH-time r e cepticmisi p e r s o n a l p h o n e a n s w e r i n g 2 c o n l e r e n c e r o o m s & a w lib r a r y C o p i e r 4 s e c r e t a n a servicers a v a i l a b l e C a l l P a i t y at 644-S237 BIRMINGHAM D O W N - O W N Office Space Newly r e n o v a l e d exc e i l e n ' « a l i o n o f f i c e Suites s t a r t i n g al $400 per m o n t n 139 W e s t M a p l e Call J i m H u n t e r at 2 2 2 - 3 7 1 5 BIRMINGHAM O f f " . * s p a c e lo« -ent 2 7 0 0 s q ft or site p a r k i n g , own e n r r a n c e e i c e l i e n l r a t e s C o n tact uim Elsmari 64S-0750 f u r n i s h e d o t » c e s s e c r e t a r y 10 answer p r u n e s , o n e r o f f i c e i e r y - c e s available ' 2 *> M ' l e - T e l e g r a p h $ 8 7 5 m c Can M o r i o r Fn 644-5040

1-437-8193 STOREFRONT idea, tor m e d i c a i suppry -ental-r>c c o m p e t r t t o n ' Near 2 new sateiiiie h o s p n a i s Canior C e n t e r - F o r d Fid a r e a 356-2600

434 Ind. / Warehouee Laaae or Sala BIRMINGHAM mduatnai space 1200 s q ft 14 door private b a t h r o o m 64 7 - 0 3 3 3 PLYMOUTH TWP - 4 000 sq ft machine shop building with 2 offices o v e r h e a d d o o r bus* ducts 3 phase power freshly p a i n t e d Rea sonabie Brokers p r o t e c l e d Call 459-5312

B ^ O O M ' i E L C TWP Office S p a c e 'eiegrapn 4 Orchard Lake Rd area 1 su-te B96 s q h at $ 1 0 4 5 per m o 1 s u i t e ' 8 0 sq fl at $ 2 6 2 5 0 1 DOS s q *• al $ ' ' 72 5 0 per mc- A/I set • ices rciuded jrvjergroun-d par«i n g Asx tor P a l t i 645-1119 DEARBORN Ouier D " v e S of F o r d Fid 9 2 6 s q h o f f i c e for -ease r o r m e r ' y Oentist o f f i c e >mmed'*1e liper.ing Call M a r u ' a c t u r e r s Bank W m Aieianoer 222-5870

DOWNTOWN B RMlNGHAM C i^r-ei ol M a p * A W o o d w a r d S e c o n d story o f f i c e s p a c e a v a i l a b l e 5450 s q h E w v a t o r C o n t a c t B u s «V»chle< 540-4622 0 " i c e space m prestigious 555 Building mciudmg ndoor p a r k i n g j s e of n b r a n , c o n r e r e n c e - o o m sec ret a n a s p a c e 4 c o o w r a v a i l a b l e Cal R i c h a r d V i c t o r 6 4 6 - 7 177 EXECUTIVE OFFICES i15x15ft 4 • S i ' O f f i A v a i l a b l e i m m e d i a t e l y lor « a s e "-Oy a r e a i M a p i e 4 L i v e r i.o«s includes receptionist S e c / e tary a v a i l a b l e P h o n e s y s t e m p h o t o cooy : n 4 « i l c h e n l a c l l H i e s W a l l e r Days 2 4 4 - 9 4 4 0 PAHMINGTON AREA OFFICES R e a s o r , a b i e r a t e s C a l l -left b e t w e e n 9 8 5. 471-1908 FARMINGTON D e l u x e o l t l c e s p a c e in p r i m e a r e a o n G r a n d Rrver a v a i l a b l e a l b a r g a i n rates 626-2425

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M E D C A L SUITE P n m e d o w n t o w n B i r m i n g h a m Multi tenant b u i t d m g 1462 s q fl all - m p r o v a m e n t s i n place Resasonabie ranr Great A.merican Bmk5ing 280 N A i o o d w a - d Nex110 C r o w i e v s

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OFFICE S P A C E FOP . . E A S E w i n easy B i r m i n g h a m accessiDiHty 4 p a r k i n g Cafc S i g n a t u r e R e a l t y 649-6840

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S U T E AVAILABLE in Southfi»'d t prestigious golden c o m d o r -350 s q 1 w i t h k i t c h e n t a c i l i t i e s 4 *ull b a t h C o m p i e l a fu« s e r v i c e b u i l d i n g age parking included 11-70 I Karen 357-5588

PLYMOUTH DOWNTOWN N o w l e a s i n g 1000 lo 4 DOC s q h A m p l e p a r k i n g elevator s k y l i g h t * Can lor d e t a i l s 344-9369

P L Y M O U T H near - 2 7 5 4 A n n A r b o r R d 5 5 0 * q f t 3 r o o m o f f i c e surte w i t h p r i v a t e b a t h O w n heat 4 * l r p r i v a t e e n t r a n c e $ 5 0 2 30 p l u s u t i l i t i e s 459-6C43 PLYMOUTH OFFICE S p a c e a v a i l a b l e m law o f f i c e a l 11*2 S U i m S i in S t a t e R e g r s i e r e c Historic building Conference room ava/labie $ l 7 5 - ' m c C a * 459-6811

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400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 406

RENT REAL ESTATE Apartments Furniture Ranial Furnished Apartment* Rental Agency Houses Property Mgmnt Furnished Houaas M o b M Homes Dupiexee .

302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309

324 325 326 327 326 330 332 333 334 335 336 337 336 330 340 342 346 351

712 713 714 715 716 717

Towihoueee/Condommiums Time Share Floods Rental* Vacation Rantats Haas Reeldanca lo Exchange Mobae Home Space Rooma LMng Quarters to Share Wanted to Rant Wanted to Rent-Reeort FVoparty Houaa Sitting Servtce Comrataacant Nursing Homaa Homa 11 earth Care Foster Care Homaa tor tha Aged Qaragaa/Mlnl Storage Commercial/Retail Ohtoe Buemeea Space

718 720 721 722 723 724 726 727 728

EMPLOYMENT, MSTRUCTtON 500 502 504 505 506 507 506 509 510 511 512 513 514 515 516 517 518 519 520 522 523 524 600 602 603 604 605 606 607 606 609 610 612 614 700 701 702 703 704 705 706 707 706 709 710 711

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729 730 734 735

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12 13 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 24 25 26 27 29 30 32 33 36 37 39 41 42 44 52 53 54 55 56 57 56 59 60 61 62 63 64 65

ANIMALS 736 Household P*ts 740 Pel Services 744 Horses. Uveeiock Equipment

AUTOMOTIVE/ TRANaPORTATION •00 802 804 806 807 806 810 812 813 814 816 818

Recreational Vahidee Snowmobile* Airptenea Boats/Motors Boat Parts & Service Vshlcte/Boat Storage Insursnce. Motor Motorcycles Qo-Karts. Mlnibikss Motorcycles. Parts & Service Campers/Motorhomee/Traiters Auto/Trucks. Parts A Leasing Auto Rentals. Leasing

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500 Halp W TRUCK OWVEAS

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S o m e b o d y

Wftuszr*1

PRODUCTION WORK 4 5 00 p * h o w Available tor orry m m Mu*i nave tr*n*portation Apply Mon thru Fri 9 a m - 3 p m at 6 4 0 0 Ronda Rd C a n t o n 459-2640

500 Halp Wanted

P R O C E S S EQUIPMENT 4 w i t n * - y o n u i o c t w w i g nee o p e n i n g VV CRW trnse 4 e t o t r u m o r i tocfmecion RoMt

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PROOUCTION LUK a c t i o n m o l d i n g firm (non e u t o m o tivol l o c a l * ) m Troy a e a M n g prod u c t i o n Ima w o r k * * lo o p * a l e e q u i p m e n t 4 the m a n u f o c t u r i n g ol plastic p a r t * No p r e v t o u a a x p a r v e n c o r e q w r o d Vary p m u m work •nvtronmenf 'egWorty s c h o d u i e o o v e r t i m e g o o d woge overtime pay 4 Benefit peefcago S a n d reply to P r o d u c t i o n P O box = 4 5 1 , L a t h r u p village Ml < 6 0 7 8 An E o u a O p p o r t u n i t y E m p l o y *

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500 Halp Wanted

company

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Troy

PHQTOGRAPHEP n e e d e d part time a h e r n o o n s Expwience nwcessar, 585-7596

W a n t e d

647-0300

Farmmglon r

° H O N E C A N V A S S E R S WANTED ' S n r s pe- w e e s a h e r n o o n s 4 5 p * hour plus c o m m i s s i o n 531-7060

PLAST-C

Rbsponsi&ie p w s o n n e e d e d 10 d o o d d robs pick up s n d delrver, a n d o t h e r h a n d y m a n rype work Truck or lull sore van * m u s t P i e a s a n ' work m g e n v i r o n m e n t Storting Heights e n d Nov- Areas -Cm " 978-9106

ORDER TAKERS

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NEW LOCATION i m o i o d i a l a o p e m n g a tor retail Oeplirtmonl s t o r e Full 4 port time pos i t i o n s e v a i a b i e tot CaaiMsrs S l o c k 4 c ! o o r Dapt P e r s o n n e l Apply in p e r s o n BOIw 9 - 1 2 M o n - F n 8 2 4 4 M*Timon Rd W e * t l * x 3

S T O Y M E N T CENTER I 440-4 140

6700 Hagoarty P C a n t o n . Mt 4 6 1 0 7

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MECHANIC P A R T S ORDEB DESK M a t e r i a l s tyendiing c)eaie< >ookmg Mapor m a t * i a handling p r o O u d s 'or e x p e r e n c e Fort* ..;h M e c h a n i c fleaMrship h a s position m P a r t s DeM u s t l a v e o as * : x n o w i e d g e ol p a r t m e n t tor msioe C u s t o m * S * P G hydraulic e n d SCR system "Ce Representative Exp*>ence l o p sawry a n d Benefits Inou re et r With industrial trucks p r e t o r r e d OFBury! H4I 3 3 9 0 0 *> 9 M r * i * t n g 'ull o e n e l i l a i d n a g e p a c * Sotmingtcm <"8 '000 s g e P i e a s e appry in p * s o n or s e n d • e s u m e to Buryl Hill inc 3 3 9 0 0 W MECHANIC Mine Mile F a r m i n g t o n Mi 4 8 0 2 4 ?J,rf7ioulfi Canton Community <78-1000 M a n i a n schoo* sysien~ n i g r a m contormrty With local c o u n - PAH- T'ME PROGRAM ASS.STANT : l*AT«J s t a t e .-eQunernents Appry *t a m i n g t o r a e e g r o u p n o m e FMxi•ng , pie s c n e o u i e 20-25 n o w s p * «wek -Usrvoy Plymouth Ml *81170 S-i 50 p * hour G o o o Arming r e c o r d I -equired <78-0870

Haminon Row B ^ m m g n a m <^0OS Atlontion R V Drury

q u k e d C M 8 3 0 o m to 4 3 0 p m . 425-6650 LUMBER YARD STOCK P r o g r s s s i M h o m o o e n t o r ohatr n o o d s help lua or port n m e d a y s Hoovy o u t d o o r work Mual b e abW IO *ft BonoRts a n d a k j t u r e tor M o n g h l p e r s o n A p p l , ki p e r s o n M e n s Do-li C e n t e r 4 1 9 0 0 F o r d Rood Canton

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356-5555

MACHINE OPERATOR

L A N O a C A P E MAINTENANCC C o m pany n a m hiring F o t e n w i a n d Laborers C M 466-4130

MT:

LAWN MAINTENANCE FOREMAN tot Troy Arm 4 y e e r * e x p e r i e n c e . s m M e n g i n e repair B e n e f i t s F<4 lime 565-2423

MACHINE O P E R A T O R * - M w » aM o p e n i n g s k M s b i i MMa. * • . 1 0 g r i n d e r * 4 p r o a * taper M a n . Ex p o n e n c o * p i u * not * r e q u k a m a i t 1 plonl l o c a t i o n s F a r m m g l o n HMt 4 MMuiil a r e a C M Mon W u T h u r s 9-3 471-2300

HI-LO OPERATOR

A M E R I C A N YAZAKI CORPORATION

LAUNDRY AIOES IO work 1st * h M 8 a m - 2 3 0 p m a n d W730 to 7 p m C o n t a c t W a a H e m n L a k a Orion Nursmg C a n t o r 313-693-0505

LEASING AGENT

JANITORIAL SERVICE MGR.

HAIR S T Y U S T W A N T f D With i l i m i l i L c e O w i l working c o m s o o n * Royal O M a r e a HAIR S Y T U S T / D E S I G N E R caring m o r a about paapto than m a k i n g m o n e y f a r M i i n i l Cosnmls•tonl OuoMy p e r s o n n a l tar * quoMy s a l o n o i l I I I ! a p l u s Fu* or p a r t t i m e P t a e e a ca* Karyn or Barry al

P i e e M submri r e s u m e

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS! SALESPERSONS

p a y plua w o r k . cMerlMN provided P l e o a e Lorl or M o n i c a at 729-9260

NON S M O K E R S ONLY

D Economo Meedowbrook Inaurance 2 4 3 7 0 N o r t h w e s t e r n Hwy Southfleld, Ml. 4 6 0 7 5

Call 5 2 6 - 3 0 6 6

HAIRSTYLIST on s t a l e ' s h s r d s M to K»n stall E a r n 50-100M m B HM* ftumptuoua T r a n z a S a l o n . sSucty a b r o a d , tow o p e n i n g s C M J . Mem. 1 0 0 * confidential 641-5737

RATER Lsrga p r a l m i p n e l i n a u r a n c e a g e n cy l o c a i e d m S o u t h f l e l d is s e e k i n g a quekfled p r o p e r t y 4 c a s u a l t y c o m mercial r s t a r Minimum 2 y e a r * s x perience

HVAC INSTALLERS Experienced .nduetnal Inslailer warned t o )om s t a b l e , prcigrseaf 1 organization Non-motlvotod need not s p p l y C M 522-6622

TUBE FITTERS

HAfRSTYUST Fu* ot p a n n m e with : * * n m * 425-0355

INSURANCE

Ws o f l w s r s x c e O e r t Benefit p e c k a g e m c i u d m g tuition r e k n t x x s e m e r t a n d 401K

HYDRAULICS

LATHE HANO - MILL HAND Tool 4 DM M o p
CM 729-0033

HUNGRY H O W I E ' S PIZZA drive r s J o b a a a l U t h o e e wfto went lo m M a lee) m o n e y P o * e » l * lutur* s w a n s w a a t t a n d . C M T o d d after 422-0333

HAIR STYUST F u l or p a n Wn* C H a n M e waning. D u k e s FemOy K M S h o p R a d t o r d Uvooia a r e a 531-6597

Parsonnal DapartmarH

P A R E N T S

HOTEL FRONT DESK CLERK P a n l i m e e x p e r i e n c e d Meydower H0MI. P l y m o u t h 3- 11PM deny pkj* weekend* Creon 453-1620

HAIRDRESSER/MANICURIST n e e d e d Fu* or p e n b m e tor *alon m

FOOT OOCTOR m A a t M O M

F O S T E R

INSPECTION S e e k i n g indMdu) m *ne kispsUkm p a r t e Mual b a s M s 10 r e e d bluep r i n t s 4 n e w k n o w l e d g e Of m f c r o m e t s r s e t c Deys 4 Nkgnts Pay m m e n * u r s i a wtth a CM tor t p p o k i t m e n t 532

HOSPITAL H O U S E K E E P I N G • 4 25-46 45/hr W « Iron CM Today 567-1200 Only F e e >45 J

CONCORD PERSONNEL 19600 M l d d l s b s l l Rd. 476-2200

General OMce

$3008 P WEEK PLUS E O P L E NEEDED

HORTICULTURAL TECHN1CLAH

p e r s o n t o work f u S - u m e d a y *hlfL 8:30am-3pm Beginning wage ( 4 7 5 C M tor IntormeOon 3 4 9 - 2 6 4 0

HAIR S T Y U S T MANHCURfflT E x p e r i e n c e d Fu* or p e n M s . Clnetele preferred 456-3377

Good stoning pay. b o n u a a a . Danaftts 6 5 5 - 3 6 4 0

m a o c a l . ooinputoi i n p u t a n d *toei k n o w l e d g a a pkjal S e n d f s a u n n : Ka*N S l e e l C o r p o r a t i o n 4343 Wyoming Avenue D e a r b o r n . Ml 4 4 1 2 6 Attn. P e r s o n a a l An Equal O p p o t t i m f l y E m p l o y e r

HAIR DESIGNERS F u l or p a n n m * C u c o M r t p a y a n d Denefttx S o m a f i n u l i p r e M i i a d , but n o t n e c e a a a r y C M 427-6226

An Equal Opportunity Emptoy«r

F a r m m g l o n HMs C o h a s k * 4 p a n -

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p o o r * n o * E x p e r i e n c e helpK4 C M Mark at 477-i

HAIR S T Y U S T - Fu* o t P » 1 - t t o > e Experienced aMth c S s n l s l s . p r e tarred Rental ot p e r c e n t a g e Dearborn Hts-'G C a r e e 522-2040

1 hours. C a 6 J e f i or

Erb LUMBER CO

OROUNOB P E R S O N tor larg*

Apply XI p e r a o n al our n e w location. 3 4 7 1 0 Plymouth Rd Uvonla. Ml. Between J - 5 p m . Tuesday. F o b 21. 1969 or c M 261-6650

DETAILER

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HAIR STYLIST - Fu* or p e n time, •mmodtele opening* C l i r l s l i waning G u y s 4 O o a s R o d t o r d / U v o n i e s r e s C M Mary 937-2750

GENERAL LABOR

HONDA

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- Deytlme'evenmg o p e n e r t and d o e e r » 18 yeer* ol * g * • G e n e r a Help. 18 yeer* of a g e ««a4at»* tor d a y b r n e . *<*riing & weMend m m *

MON /WED /FRI - 2 3 0 6 0 *M»crMO«n A m Heertiorn 563-0600 Clanguaga b

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MEDICAL ASSISTANT ANT POOtATRY part tana, u p a r M n c e **• U l t o l to log ef m a Mm n M i m i n nen* puncture. Mar** -tor acB«e pracHoa MuM ba Hart] I M . Mood praaaura. From daafc udMduai Starting S7 pm tialpfui Mon 12 3 0 p m - 0 p m Tua* I T k n 11:30am- 7 30pm 426-0303

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MEDICAL ASSISTANT n a a d a d lor buay Troy M a r n M t ' i office Exparv anca p i a t o i a d No *ae*an<)». iei* nour* FtexKMOty. *ntfii.Mi**m reaaWWy ara muals Part-ltma Caa Carolyn 9 30am 10 4 30pm Mon Ifwu Frl 040-1450

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MEDICAL ASSISTANT fSa or port tana to eorit In P o e o m c t o i a office m L w o n a 477-7034 MEDICAL ASSISTANT - to (way doctor* office m Farmington PanHaw p»r*ltoi. 2 morrano* 4 1 lu* day E«c*Mncecl A * to H i l a r 470-4050 MCDIC-U. ASSISTANT/ R e c e m o M K T IMledea to tmay FantOjr Practk ce 3 day* par eeek hr* per e e a * PtymouBi Are 420-4-400 MEDICAL AS>S1ST ANT Are you looiUng to a i e»*»dlng poanion a * a t e f t c * aaalalanl m an *«»»oya0la alwiuaufiMre? P a n time •40 tram. Podiatry oifOoaai LrvonM 201-3000 MEDICAL ASSISTANT OR LPN Fua time Internal medicine C«* 536-4700 MEOICAL ASSISTANT fua i m 10 e o r k M LMonM mufti ( p e n a l t y camc Banaflta Ca* Mon. thru Frl. 261-8300 MEDICAL ASSISTANT Fui I pan-CKTM Pediatric office F a r m n g t o n a r e a Aak (or C m 477-0054 MEDICAL ASSISTANT For PodlatrMI ofOce In Huntington Wood* FuO uma. w a train, u u r . IMxibM 309-5906 MEDICAL ASSISTANT PART TIME

MEDICAL ASSISTANT Experienced In OO/QYN i venepuncture naadad pan-lima m pleasant Troy office Cheerful personality a muat Ca« Ann 3S2-4430

A S S I S T A N T Fua or part-time m lop Oarmatoiog> offtce m Farmaigton Ha> Must hava anca or Iraavng. Caa M E D I C A L A S S I S T A N T Oermatology office. Must b e bright, e x p e r i e n c e d . D A V I S - S M I T H MEDICAL PERSONNEL SERVICE 354-4100 MEDICAL BILLER - Experience wftfi Madlcar* UecOcad* or commence! mauranca. L/vor*a araa. Kin tima Sand raauma and araga raouvamerrts 10 Lisa Htkta CM 3325. Uvonla. Ml 48151. MEDICAL BILLER lor Dermatology office n SoutrrfMW BC Madlcara, MaOcada * commaro * maur»nce axperiancec! praMrrad ExcalMnt Benefit* ricJudKig Migfi opt o r BC Flexible nour* 560-'950 MEDICAL BILLER Fua lima poaMion availaOm ««tli karga medical laboratory m SouThM d Mual fiava p r w o u a Medical •iperMnca 8*neftt* Sand r a m m a 10 Crtation Lat>. 23725 Nontiweitam l+miy , SoutiitMId, Ml 46075 M e d i c a l C o o r d i n a t o r For aalaMafied private duty noma car* aganc> Experience preferred or madical background Helpful Moat p u i a i i g o o d \jtmjim i k n a •* caaant banafiU and compenaatron Pan-tlma hour* avaiiabM Caa Jane lex an appointment 286-5302

MEDICAL ASSISTANT Energetic lake-ctiarQa paraon naadad (or Buay UxonM medical cOnic ExcaSant pay lor exceptional paraon C a l SMrley 425-52 18

MEDICAL INSURANCE BILLER Fun/part time Computer experience Great Barmmgtiarrv-BloomfMM location Excaaant pay Rapry to Box 656 OOeerver S Ecoantrlc per*. 3625' Schoolcraft Rd . Uvonla. MicMgan 46150

MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST «rm MHng axpenance (or mtemi*1 • 474-3650

MEDICAL RECEPTONtST Epanancad Full time Muat worn one evening Banaflta 353-7140

Collections xoepnai Baurni Mwkcai RacMpoon Medical Tranacnption Ptiyfioan Baang

Earn greet pay wrtri no lee CHI • Tempro Repreaeni* ttva today lor mora mlor mation

M E D I C A L

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TEMPRO 443-5590

R E C E P T I O N I S T Our M e d n * NOVI office a aaardtmg lor a caring, p r o l m i o n a l paraon 10 lom our team Qood phone ikias knowledge ot Medical Inauranca. a Plua Must be nardworker t raaabM 30-40 hour* Salary 17 /tv t up dapending on experience Expanaree 476-1024 enced Only* der* I MEOICAl RECEPTIONIST tary lor Dearborn location Experience prelerred. I\* ume day imfl Caa MM* Jarmrng* 336-2466 MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST witfi assisting KnowMdg* ot insurance bahng helpful P a n lime Lrvorua area 525-6420 MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST needed lor busy family practice m Uvonla PegboerO experience Full time 261-1740

MEDICAL OPPORTUNITIES Poemona n o . avaaaDM (or Medical AtaMtant* Medical Baler*. RecepKomat*. tranacnplionl*!* 6 EKQ Tech* E»c«a*nt opporturwtia* Both fua & part-time Experienced only caa MED-MATCH 651-0652 MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST lull time poelnon for tx/sy 'amo>> practice n u l l have experience Warren-Evergraen area Call 271-3607

MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST FULL TIME busy Pediatric omca. Soutfifteld area, looking lor * mature, reeponertxe medical receplionMt Computer 4 Inaurance knowledge helpful Contact Marge at 642-5437 MEDICAL SECRETARY 4 BILLER Experienced full lime and pan-time medical secretary and 0«e> lor doc tor s office ai Wayne Cad 721-8111

MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST P a n time Experwnced only Mmi lino* insurance SoutMMId are* Call 357-7726 MEDICA. RECEPTIONIST experienced for t>u*y Soutnfield pediatric office Must have knowledge of iniurancea & general office Out Ms Full or p a n time can after 11am 356-0420 MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST, experience with Billing a mual Birmingham MD office Excellent salary 4 oenefitj Write Box 656 Observer 4 Eccentric Newspapers J6251 Scnoolcrafl R d . Lrvonia. MiCtgan 46150 MEDCAL RECEPTIONIST immediate full-time position avertable Previous experience Insurance back ground helpful •Vest Bloom field 855-7400 MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST Male or lemale tor Livorua orthopedic office Full-time Mon -Fn Experience prelerred but will train Friendly office 474-6600 MEOICAt RSC6PTIONI6I Pan-l«ne - Tues 4 Thurs Experience preferred Send brie' resume to 8576 Canton Center Rd Canton, Mi 48187 MEDICAL Receptionist/Assistant Mon , Thur*.. Frl '23 fir* . experience preferred m billing, pegboard pnone (or busy allergist in Waterlord area 663-0077 NURSE AIDS FuH 6 pan lime opening* - a l shift* Applications now bemp accepted Venoy Continued Cars Center. 3909 Vanoy. Wayne. Ml

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTIONST working environment time Oak Par*

MEOICAL TRANSCRIPTIONIST P a n ume (oi orthopedic physical therapy oftloe Minimum 1 yr experience required S u u r m e 55 7 /336 MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTIONIST experienced pen time. lexibM nrs lor * raacular surgery prectice 354-M54

MED. ASST'S PHLEBOTOMIST P a n time/Kill time t yr current OLSTEN HEALTH CARE SERVICES C a l Mon thru Fri,. 9-5 552-0950 MIDNIGHT SUPERVISOR Regrstered Nurse (or Ml time 111 7), supervisory poeMion n our 230 bed skUed (scurfy Recent medical surgical experience and previous supervisory s x p e r i e n c e desired p l e a s e apply al Westland Convalescent Center 36137 W Warren. Westlsnd Ml

NURSE AIDES

MEDICAL SECRETARY 2 or 3 flay* per week Top Dermatology office Fermmgton Hrfls Must have a least 1 year medical ofttce experience or training 6 type at least 50wpm Call 553-2000 MEDICAL TECHNICIAN - Sinai Heefth Services a looking tor a full time lab lech wtth experience m hematology chemistry 6 unnalysts Micro is a plus Send reeume 10 31500 Telegraph Rd Scute 150, Bingham Farms. Mi 48010. Attn. Giovanni Khalrteh I An Equal Opportunity Employer

P a n or Ml 396-1417

Ail Shifts Full ot pan time Wm tram $4 30 an hour Apply m person CAMELOT MA.l NURSING HOME 35100 Ann Arbor T.a* Livonia, 522-1444 NURSE AIDES - Experienced and.' or certified lor home c a / e m western Wayrie 4 south Oakland communities Transportation allowance paid S l a n m g wage Si 25 per hou' Lrmled Home Care 459-514' An Equal Opportunity Employar

Medical Transcriptionist

NURSE AIDES ORDERLIES

REHABILITATION SERVICES Applications being taker lor pan This is a ful lime posrtlon Irom 3pm time, (ull time and weekends E«peto 11pm We require 65 wpm typing rience or will Irain snd experience with CPT and IBM FRANKLIN MANOR systems Minimum of 1 year medics. 26000 Franklin Rd ' r an script IOTHS 1 experience required

SouthfieUJ

BARBARA GIORGIO

471-8656 BOTSFORD GENERAL H O S P I T A L 2 8 0 5 0 G r a n d River Ave. F a r m i n a t o n , Ml 4 8 0 2 4 An Equal Opportunity Employer NURSE AI0ES $6 00 per hour plus fringes lo Stan, if you have at least 1 yr of experie n c e West Bloom held Nursing Center 6445 W Maple, near Drake Apply Mon-Fn 9am-4pm

352-7390

NURSE AIDES West Bloomlield Nursing Center has openings on all shifts for full and part lime Nurse Aides No experience necessary, we will Irain you J 5 50 per hour lo start t 5 75 aflei 6 m o s and S6 00 aflar I y- plus ' n n g e s West Bloomtield Nursing Center. 6445 W Maple, near Drake Apply 9am-4pm Mon-Fri OPTICA.. TECHNICIAN Needed 'or pnvais oplometnc office in Bloom field Hals Experience m eyeglass snd c o n t s d lense dispensing preferred 856-2535

502

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Dantat-Madicai

Dental-Medical IAPHV l e C M M C M * Expananoed at EKQ and wanapurv ture Buay ganaral practice n C I M •on a r a a fii.MMnl ben*OU Aak lor Gloria.

502

H ^ p Wanted

Fin Time 6 Par! Tun* Come 6 loan us In our commrtmenl m providing me ngneet QueWy Nursing care avwIabM to laaidents We ofler an exceSenl beneftl program Warm, 'reunify staff Experience preferred bul wH tram An HCR faculty For more mlormation contact Unda LukMwaki 427-6270 Urvversfly Conveteecent 26650 5 MUe Lrvom* NURSES AIOE COORDINATOR immediate opening lor an extremely cMisa-oriented individual to ached oM. coordmele 4 deveioc riwse* •id* program Must have excalMni phone skM* 4 have the ab«t> to work wen under preeeur* Musi work fM«ibM hours Experience necessary Send raeume 4 salary requirements to OPR INC Altn S Messinger 24001 SouthfMid Rd Smte 1<2 SouthfieM Ml 46075

NURSES AIDES A F T E R N O O N & MIDNIGHT SHIFTS Full time experience no! necessary Wm Irain See Carol Brown NIGHTENGALE WES1 6365 Newburgh Rd Westland, neer Joy Rd An Equal Opportunity Employer NURSES Full 4 part n m e Competitive benefit* In house pooi GPN S6-S8 50 LPN S9-J11 RN S10 50 - $13 50 csnts shift differ sntial Also have openmgs tor a Psychiatric Nurse For more information c a l 326-6600

NURSING ASSISTANTS Appfy in p e r s o r

M A R Y C R E S T MANOR 154 75 MiddMOeii Livonia

427-9175 N J RSI NG ASSISTANTS (ul time day* afternoons end pert time rrndmghl positions available J4 05 lo start quarterly raises Ng exper-

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NURSING ASSISTANTS - fun 4 pan lime we re committed to providing the highest quality nutsmg care available to our resident*, providing -awarding opportunities 10 employ ees We Oder a new pay sca»e a newty renovaled 4 modernized faculty a beriefil p a c k a g e which includes tuition -eimbursemeni. credits 4 edical insursnce 4 more An affiliation with HCR the 6th largest provider o! long lerrr, care services in 'he US AH in a very pieasani working ervironmenl please caN Cathy Herman RN Director at Nursing o» Sharon Swansor, «N Assrslar.t Director ol Nurswig al 455-0510 PEDIATRIC DENTAL OFFiCE-needs denial auxiliary with experMnce ro share responsibilities of assisting and Irnnt 3esk ExceUenl hours, benefits lor the right person Mon-Thurs. 8-5 30 Berkley area Call Audrey 547-6060

502

Haip Wantad

NURSING ASSISTANT CLASS Beginning Feb 27 PresOylsrMn VS•age la accepting application* lor those ».ier*etsd m being trained to work a s a nursing m n ' a n l CI wM bs held Mon thru Thur* lor 2 weaks and there « • M n o cAafg* C I I I I I I w J Begn March 20 For lur ther into c a l J Carlson 531-7200

Dantat-MadicaJ

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST

PROGRESSIVE Oplometnc pri nooamo (or OMpeenong opucaan and f u l ' p a r i Uma Experience nec360-0121 P T ASSISTANTrCEKTIFlEO Fua i n * position open wtth benslMs lor s n e r g s v c motivsled person SouthfMid a r s e Suisrms 557 7336 RECEPTIONIST,'INSURANCE CLERK Needed Ml time lor oral surgery office Experience p r e •erred Caa 553-3260

502

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REGISTERED NURSES

RECEPTIONIST Needed lor Huntington Woods podiatrist s office Good typing 4 phone skills C a l 390-5005

HERATIGE HOSPTIAL

PODIATRY ASSISTANT, ReceplionISI Full.Part-lime Experience helpNJI W Lrvonia, 5S1-6«12 POOL EMPLOYEES NEEDED I -3 day* ol work No previous experience necessary 905 Penmrnar Plymouth Cal 455-1061 PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL PeopM needed lo perform mobiM exams Musi be abM lo draw blood EKG eiperience a plus FTe,ij>i« hours 541-0592 PROGRAM ASSISTANTS- n e s d e c lor part time, weekends only Competitive salaries offered Experienced with closed head m|ury prelerred Call Cathy Mon-Fn. 8 30-5 546-4610 PROGRAM SECRETARY Brain m.|ury rehabilitation program ir Farmington Hid* is seeking a Ml time Program Secretary TM* position requires sn enthusiastic (MxibM indivydus- with excelMnt communication and secretarial skills Medical background and computer sk.lls preferred Contact Sieve Pioliowski Total Therapy Management inc 2701 Troy Center 5r Suite 2 9 ' Troy Mi 46064 244-B40C RECEPTIONIST/INSURANCE POSITION ' 2 MIM and ' s l e g r a p h area 5 days, nc evenings or Saturdays Prater experience, will tram High option. Blue Cross and benefits 560-1958

RECEPTIONIST MEDICAL ASS T Full lima Experienced Busy OBYGN office, Roysl Oak Birmingham area435-6200 R ECE PT ION IS T; ASSIST A NT Full time Ophthalmology Depart mant Contact Lens experience nec346-0420 RECEPTIONIST 'or 06/GYN lamUy planning office in Farmington Hilts Experience prelerred rt not will 1r»n Call 476-1233 RECEPTIONIST .ASSISTANT For new famlfy dental practice in Farmmgton Hills FMxible hours Get in on ttie ground floor ot this growing practice Please c a l 1or appointment 4 73-6622 RECEPTIONIST Permanent part time afternoon position *.ailabM lor Bright person willing lo Marn ail areas of Buay chiropractic office Clerical skills necessary Mon Wed 4 Fn 2 457 30pm 27527 Joy Rd i Block W of Inksler Rd 522-5501

Come snare our commit men l lo ptoviding in* V d l m i ouelty nurnng cai* avaaebM Fnen<*y prol**sional staft Exceaenr wage 4 banafli package hCR tacikty Part lime pm sum svekebM To Itnd out mora c a l Mary La Tourneau. RN DON 427-6270 jnirerwty ConvaMecent 4 Nursing n o m * 28550 five Mia. Livonia Mi rsity ConvaMacant 28550 5 Mae Livorua

Humen Resources HENRY FORO MedKSi Center W Bloomlieic 4777 W Mapie W Bloom held Ml 46322 An Equal Opportunity Empwyer

RN or LPN - URGENT CARE »M Hours Woodland Health Care Center J48 6000 Ext 325 RN PART TIME D'ebe'ic Educator Woodland HSSH" Care Caa 536-4700

RN PART TIME Dc. you miss nursing? Join our slsft ca-Kig lor the aging We w» give you ampM l-me 10 regain your confluence ir a small ouMt nursing noma please can Joan Lunn a1

Alernoon shiti 4 MiOragnt Shift Join our nursing *1a(t and receive a J500 SiGN ON BONUS i RNs only along with our new salary and shiti differential pay rates Ou« benefits are generous, competitive and include five weeks of oriental**- h e . hours and NO mandatory shrfi role t o n Pay rales include iecognitior (or previous irears of nursing experience

MARYCREST M A N O R 427-9175

RNS INDUSTRY

• •mporary a***gnrr^oi» in« <3*1, or Kx^gar n corpo-aca m«o»cai 0«>ar?m^ni» Kidw8lry a«p«r*rsca

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DAVIS-SMITH MEDICAL PERSONNEL SERVICE

$500 HIRING BONUS i RNs only)

354-4100

SUPERVISOR PART- - IM£ 1' .

RNs/LPNs

HERITAGE HOSPITAL Personnel Services 24775 na^i Taylor. Ml 4818C (313l295-5t6i

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Bklg. A R a m o d a t i n g

FULL SERVICE KITCHENS • B A T H S • ADDITIONS •

ALUMINUM 4 VINYL SIOING saws/Insurance repsir trim, gutter*, window* deck reCclKWig 16 yr* s x p , he Kan 421-3616

Free De*ign 4 Estimates Guaranteed Quality Wor*mensf»c Call anytime

All T y p e * Of W a t e r p r o o f i n g Guaranteed - Free Estimate*

u c S062365 • Serving all 0 6 E aieas

Baaamant

P e t e r Mautl - 4 7 6 - 1 5 6 5

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1st c l a s s w o r k m a n s h i p FIRST PLACE WINNER of two National Award* HAMILTON has beer, satisfying customer* lor over 30 year* You deal directly wtth lf>e OMW AJ work guaranteed and competitrvefy priced • FREE E s t i m a t e s • Designs • Additions • Krtcftens • Porch E n d o a u re s . etc

BASEMENT LEAKS REPAIRED Drains 6 Sump p u m p s r s p t r s t l 30 YEARS EXPERJENCE Earl a Jensen, 474-6224 BASEMENT WATERPROOFING Fifteen Yr* Experience Free Est nseaonatiM Rates Seniors Discount 534-9365

HAMILTON BUILDERS W E T

B A S E M E N T

Call 5 5 9 - 5 5 9 0 . . . 2 4 h r s

P R O B L E M S ?

NATIONWIDE S I N C E 1958 FULLY W A R R A N T E D LICENSED & INSURED B - D R Y S Y S T E M S 974-6277 S» 1-2720 644-4655 MACOMB — WAYNE — OAKLAND 27

Brick, Block, C a m a n t

39

Ret s o n g or New Csbinet* Formica Counters Osnwasner installation 726-7910 CARPENTRY - FINISH or ROUGH Additions. kitcfMns drywal closet*, basements, pantry Reas Esl Uc "No |OC too smafl 522-2563

ALL BRICK REPAIR

FINISHED CARPENTRY Kncftena. Basements 4 Decks Also Office Remodeling 35 Year* Exp C a l Pat 6S5-8878

CHIMNEYS

n s p l r s d or buat new Screened Cleened Roof leaks stopped CROWN CONTRACTING 427-3981 C i s t o m Bnck Worn Aa Types of Masonry New t Repair Foundations Chimneys 4 Porch R e p e n Tuck Keith 477-9673

EMH C O N T R A C T I N G INC Cemenl & Masorary

KEN FIERKE Uc -Ins Carpentry Decks, gutter*, roof*, alum siding, rec rooms, window*, door*, etc se Est 937-2300 PHIL S CONSTRUCTION We do It sn - s m a l iot*s included Rec rooms bath rooma and nd g e n e r a 306-9659

QUALITY C A R P E N T R Y Slav Rents Bookcaees Smal Jobs

•Smaa or Mrge

•Waterprookng WORK MYSELF

« e c k h o * work FREE ESTIMATE

348-0066 33

Bkftg. A

Counter Tope Window SM* 425-5930

QUALITY WOODWORKING 4 CARPENTRY Trim carpentry specialists 421-4673

WINTER RATES

40

ABSOLUTE

R O N D U G A S 8 L D G • A PERSONAL TOUCMe WTCMBNS. VAA6T*S COUNTERS V»fYL 6 PELLA WINDOWS

AAA C A R P E T R E P A I R S Seams 4 restretcfilng al repair*

1 DAY SERVICE ALL WORK G U A R A N T E E D 626-5588 ALL INSTALLATION 4 REPAIRS DAVE'S CARPET Pad avail All work Guaranteed Fie' 3 Yr* Exp ins Caa Dave 421-6520 AT FR1EN0LY CARPET SALES WE COME TO YOU CARPET, PAD OR JUST LABOR - ALL SALE PRICED 476-2222 BU0 S CARPET INSTALLATION Free Eaiimates Restretcfiing 4 repair* All work juaranleed 453-2261 CARPET CONNEC—ION Sales mat anal ions 4 Repairs Residential 4 Commercial 476-0647

Fie* 4 Comm - Lie 4 ins Specializing m old homes Drop clotfi 4 clean up included 624-6713

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P R I C E Electric Small J o b Specialists Free Estimates Sr Citden Discounts 489-4206

SPEEDY ELECTRIC Comm I Offices wired, flood lights 10 4011 computer circuit*, fixture* relocated, circuit* added 4 emergency lighting 437-7867 TOM SHCWTAc 4 SONS Electric repair*. rHtonteriance 4 construction Free Est ReMsbM 4 hones! family Duaines* 537-6462 89

Excavating EXCAVATING Basemenls sewer 4 wster Unas, septic Welds Eauipmenl rental Established 18 rears 4 insured COCKS: Equipment inc 737-0169

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Fancaa

THINK S P R I N G ! C u s t o m Work Repairs

* CHAIN LINK * WOOD FENCE * DECKS

Chimnay Claaning

Save 15*. contract before March »s1

471-5113

CHIMNEYS CLEANED 4 S C R E E N E D 427-3981 HIGH HAT CHIMNEY SWEEP Ramcaps Dampers, Flepairs Guaranteed no mesa. Insured UC 132778)-454-3557 531-6531 56

Chimnay Building A Rapair

CHIMNEYS - PORCHES BRICK RESTORATION Rebuilt Repaired Leak* Stooped Tuck Pointing Flashings Clesned 4 Screened Al Work Guaranteed Free Estimates Licensed insured 826-2733

C h i m n e y s Repaired or bunt new Screened • CManad

ROOF LEAKS S T O P P E D Senior Crtnen Discount Licensed 4 insured CROWN CONTRACTING 427-3061

78

AAA AMERICAN FIREWOOO 100% Seasoned Oak One tace cord I55|4x8x16> 2-$ 105 Cut SpM Delivered Serving Oakland County (7 Day*) 435-6928 ADMIRE YOUR FIRE SUPER WELL SEASONED HARD - BIRCH - FRUIT HACKER SERVICES 474-6914 QUALITY StNCE 1946 G U A R A N T E E D S e a s o n e d

Firewood

I FACE CORO 4 «8 116-16 m length! • OAK i F see Cor a 1ST 50 c» 2 lor *110 • WHITE BIRCH 1 Face Cord 160 or 2 tor 1115 WE HAVE i I QUALITY WOOD r vourseM-Coma ERED WITHIN WIT! ALL WOOO DELIVERED A 10 MILE RADIUS OF CANTON - W P

Lucas Nursery 4 1 6 8 0 for6 Rd , C a n t o n 9 8 1 - 4 6 6 6 or 9 8 1 - 5 3 6 1 MIXED SEASONED HARDWOOD

61

Dacka-Patios

PRE-SPRING SAVINGS

25 % Off Contract by Marti- ' s t

Cabinatry A Formica

D E C K S For iJo-4 yourssHsrs ws can help 471-5113 Rougri m I

155 Per Fsce Cord |4x8i18l For Free Delivery Caa 534-1052 61

Floor Sanrtca

A BETTER FLOOR SANOING JOB Old floors our specialty Stsm work beauliluay dona AMo new rtoors r v staled 477-7736 A 1 WOOO FLOORS We «istsli send 4 hmsn sa rypee ol wood Pickles are • specialty Free est 205-4024

8 & B WOOO FLOORS

REMODELING Aa type* ol RE FACING Formica or I Mr j w o o d Oeei mrrr, m*

62

MR GOOO DOOR Res Oeor n*r • • iock*mMtung lock 4 Door* msisa*d iAa Types! Dead-bolt SpeCMM' 4->' 66

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Carpa<

CARTrr»4Q SITEROR DESIGNER

Doors

OrywaM

AAA SPRAY TEXTURED CEILINGS Drywsfll OMSter -*0*«

m*l*aeWon 4 reHnwrang Caa lor aaiimate 421 7078 DANOY HAROWOOO FLOOR Fm -srwig Hardwood Hoors inalaAad finished rspsired Division ot Oesemo Construction 522 1811 90

522-0430

421-5526

AIR SYSTEMS CUSTOM INSTALLATIONS

* MICK GAVIN SALE * aaa-soas CAWerrwv

L O W P R I C E S Hew 4 r a p e s pMelermn Mpang w n i r t m g stucco 471-2000 66

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QUALITY HANDYMAN SERVICE Basements remodeled Drop cmlmgs pkjmbmg. dryweamg wsapapermg ReaaonabM rata* 532-2363 H a n d y m a n

All t y p e s of work, 4 7 1 - 3 7 2 9 105

Hauling

A-1 HAULING - Moving Scrap metal Cleaning basements, Garages Stores e t c Lowest prices m town Quick service Free Est Serving Wayne 4 Oakland Counties Central location S47 -2764 or 559-8136 A ^OAD ON OUR TRUCK IS A LOAD OFF YOUR M'ND TAKE - AWAY - TRASH Ail kinds Of rubbisn hauled Birmingham Troy 4 Bloom held area Call Fred 334-2379 CARTAGE EXPRESS Apartmenl Moving Bulk Hauling Skid Work Delivery to 4 000 lbs 356- 7 269 GENERAL HAULING .ns«Se 4 ouls«Je a e a n - u p s trasn to broken concrete Small Joos t Day Service Call anytime 537-9275 110

Houssclaaning

AFFORDABLE HOME CLEANING BY SUBURBAN Call Cindy at 5 6 ' - 9 8 2 0 Mon Nvu Fri 9am till 4pm GUI Certicaies available Fully insured S61-962G AMERSMAlD Personalaed Clear, ing ouakly at affordable prices S a m e housekeeper each lime Cal Mon-Fri 8 30am-5 00pm also Mon Thurs eves 6om-8pm Insured and Bonded 471-6243 CAL. TY-D MAIDS 10% off Mon taken on regular basis- new customers Gil certificates avertable Bonded in* 4 Supervised 425-2259 CHRISTIAN HOME cleaning compa ny Reliable, hardworking non smoking coupM wm d e a n your home 455-5402 CLEANING BY JEANNE Reesonsbfy priced hou sec leaning Reference* avskabM Done 'o your satisfaction Call 453-7359 CLEANING Complete, supervised cleaning The European Way for home 4 oltice ins bonded S C C mc 546-9044 COME HOME TO A SPARKLING Ciaan x o u a e AI An AffordabM Price 1 Years Expanence Can Tonda Cleaning 522-5036 HOUSE 4 apart men i cleaning NOT AN AGENCY Husband 4 wfe leanwth pride m. work mansr>« Bonded ins Ask lor Mary Ann 435-5342 MATURE WOMEN avaiiabM for houssk s s p m g sarvwes Eipanenced with exceaeni reference* Caa Diana 4 Pfy«M after 5pm 5224349 NfTTY GRITTY HOME BEAUTIf lERS «eeson*f>M -east n s s 647 5123 Tor* 114

ACCURATE INCOME 4 Accounting Si By s CPA INCOME TAX SERVICE E Z to nusmeea (orme 8 raw i *xpe rience very reeaonaUM •*•** Caa efiar Spm 778-4527

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MINOR IN HOUF FURNTTmH! T O U C H Y ! 4 REPAIR MO JOS TOO SMALL I I Yr* E a p e nence Aa lor Mark M0-0441 QUALITY FURHrrmW REPAIRS

Janitoriai

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INDEPENDENT MOVING F -ee Estimates insured . . cens e r-'MPSC L-19876 Courteous Careful 4 Competent

Low R a t e s

548-0125

MOORES MOVING 4 S T O R A G E Apartment nome 4 office 136 per hour 399-"158 RABBIT EXPRESS MOVING SmgM items lo entire homes Very competitive rates 333-7948 S 4 H MOVING 4 STORAGE f o u r Satisfaction is our Gosl1 Rock Bottom Prices Local 4 Long Distance Piano Specialists 533-2429 165

Painting & Dacorating

AAA PAINTING 4 WALLPAPER drywal 20.''yr* Exp l i c e n s e d Bonded References Criuck Burns 559-66 11 or 642-2216 8ET-ER LOOKS BETTER PRICES MICHAELS CUSTOM PAINTING 4 WALLPAPERING Ren/commercial wrth free estimates 399-2799 • BOB S PAINTING PLUS • Drywall and repairs spray texturing Fully insured with reference* CaM lor 'ree est 454-0555 A BETTER JOB REASONABLE RATES S H U R PAINTING interior - Exterior Staining Drywall Finishing 4 Spray Textured Callings Paper Hanging 4 RemovA; Aluminum S*dlng Refimaning voui Salisfaction guaranteed. with a 3 yt written war-an', FREE Appraisal 421-2241

Bonded TECMNICl FAN Toe k i M l y Mmionel w w e at liw e* Many -Merwv e*

165

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Painting & Dacorating

EDO S C U S T 0 V PAINTING interiors 4 Exteriors Clean Nmal 4 Prompt References since 1969 532-69 "8

European Touch W A L L P A P E R - PAINTING WE DO T ALL" FREE ESTIMATES INSURED

RN OR LN POSITION Part 1ime lor allergist office F«rm .ngton Hills Caa 851 -665"

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QUALITY W O R K M A N S H I P FREE ESTIMATES REFERENCES 5 9 5 - 8 9 6 8 A C T I O N PAINTING interior Exterior Orywea 4 Piastei Spray Textured Ceamgs Paper Hanging 4 Removal inferior 4 Exterior S i a m n c SAVE IS NOW-WINTER RATES

THIRD

G E N E R A T I O N

• Custom Pamtmg • Plaster S Drywall Repairs

• FREE E S T I M A T E S

666-2782

JARVlS PAINTING -ni - Ext cow Prices - Free Est •5 f'i experience Licensed Work Guaranteed - Fjlly Insured 543-1704 • K A R M ' S P A I N T I N G ' inienor pamting, piasier, drywaii repair wood retmlsning. wallpapering. 'aux finishes license, insursd Free Estimate guaranteed 791-481' KUSTOM PAINTING COMPANY Specializing in c u s t o m interior painting and papering Also exlertor painting insured 634-3756 MIKES PAINTING CUSTOM STAINING interior Exterior free esl Ca* flay or eve 722-2065 PAINTING by MiCHAE t -lnt 4 Ext Strictly Hignest Ouakly Interiors Staining Stucco We»paper -emov al Plastering Free Est 349-7499 PAINTING EXCELLENCE FOR 3 GENERATIONS D

E. S P O O N E R

642-6510 Serving ak OAF areas

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QUALITY PAINTING TfyxougTi preparation II II Pamt Your Spacei Work Mvsait Free Est Since 1967 EXPERIENCED IN FINE HOMES F - a n k C FarrugM 540-7106 "OM MORSE PAINTING «es or Com't • 10 Yr* Exp F-ee Estimate* » Reierence* .All TOIL' 565-9367 ' N T RESTORATION Ex I 4 mt Psmting I ree Est Relerences 453-1504

WINTER RATES

IF YOU WANT IT DONE YESTERDAY, CALL US FAST & NEAT! MMrVy ReeKMntiel Very flexIbM acneduM

H a n k 160

4 7 6 - 8 1 0 6

Piano Tuning Rapair - Raftniahing

OIANO •'i.fNIMG BY -lOMN McCRACKEN I r«p*» rebuRd Mon Fn 9 » Sal Sun »

SHAMROCK OOOR c o

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Anytime 855-1 110 Master Lie Plumber Wster heaters, sewer cleanings sump pump* Installation 4 repair* Also new work 4 remodekng Moderate prices Electronic paging means fasi service Prompt flependabM is our motto GARRAIT PLUMBING - Complete piumbing 4 drain service A D C 4 1-ns work welcome 24 Hr serrsce Fiee Estimates Licensed 443-8931 GARY'S PLUMBiNG Licensed AB Types ol plumbing work New repair or remodeling 471-3620 HORTON PLUMBING 'NC Res -Comm New work, remodeling 4 repair Dram cleMimg LK Masiei Plumber Ins Jeff Horton 455-3332 LOWER RATES Plumbing 4 S4 Cleaning Repairs 4 Alterations 4 7 1 - 2 6 0 0 PLUMBING WORK DONE ReasonabM rates Fast service No tob loo small 274-2409 RICHARDS PLUMBING All repairs kcensed insured crtnen discount Mot water neeter discount special $310 261-8464 Pools

PRE SEASON SALE PooM starting at S995 Call now for eerty nstaHation Rarn bow Pools 526-3620 233

AAA ROOFING . R u b b e n i e d Gutters 20 veers Experience Liceneed Bonded Re«erencee Cluck Sum* 559-6611 or 642 2218 ACE ROOFERS EXTRAORDINARE EiceHem work 10 f workmenerup warranty RelerervjA CaI Charke v ALL ROOF LEAKS STOPPED NEW ROOFS SeemMae Gutters vents FteaMno Drip Ledge Vaaey* Guaranteed Reierence* F-ee Esl liceneed 826-2733 APEX ROOTING Queary wort compieied with pride Lie F*m»y owned F«ir prices Memb ol BBB Deys SSS-7223 Eves 4 7i B 4 L ROOFING Ne. Tear off* A SpecMRy 534 5334

200 AA SPECIAL 1ST m ama* weier 4am •g* 4 pMeter apen-s 38 raar* ex penance CMen Wort -")S*a i> reneed Caa Roy ISO i7»7

A-1 Pi. ASTERING 4 OWYWALL *

• TILE LA0Y • - Qualrty Prolessional Work By Journeyman build'coniract or lie ins 10 yrs sxp rel 471-5050 273

AAAA NATIONAL TREE 4 STUMP Removal Trimming Topping INSURANCE lOW RATES 326-06" 1 « nc answer - 537-34 T 9 G 4 F TREE SERVICE very ReaaonabM Rales Free £*!• m a t e s Insured 10 Yeers Exper ence 471-721

SCHILBE TREE CARE Tnmmmg 4 Removal Dead-wood ing 4 Cabling Stump Removal • ' Yr* Experience Fully Insured Sen •or Citaan Discount 565-309; 277

Uphoiatary

J C S UPHOLSTERING Home 4 office fv*nlture boet interior * furniture repair Free Estimates 421-7746 MICHIGAN S a 1 Queiily Upnoiler ers Expert craftsmen c ss: aermce, LOW pricea Free m-nome eetmeie* 356-4527 UPHOLSTERING 29 Yrs ir West Bloomfieid 10 dev servic* Guaranteed workman*mp Al fabrics 25*, o« 336-4 '98

i

Gutters

•37-6136

Walipaparmg A BE-^ER JOB

WALLPAPEFUNG 4 PAINTING

Iper Stripping

Ptasler Oeoeri

15 Yr* Exp Lie

Don 346-0540

AiL OUR WORK GUARANTEED' Papering. Stnppeig 4 nengmg Plaaiering 4 Pawning Exp • Lie Caa joa or Karen 422 5672 A» Right 11 s »ima To Do n Riohi WALL TO WALL COVERING joen 420-2724 Rutfi 624-6545 L O W

Paper'ng Removal Paining Piaalarmg • Meied - e p e r s 471 26 MICHAEL S WALL COVE RI NGPr o '—*irn*i peper nanger 4 'SHOW Reeideniiei Lew 156-4 146 PROFESSIONAL WALLPAPERING 0**1 gnar 'extae Siring* elc 14 yr* experience M a * McGmiev V*> T t l '

LOW PRICES New 4 -eoen StwigMs ket tarnng eder gutters 4 -eMMd carpentry ineurence wort 471 2000 PAT s ROOFtMG OF LIVONIA S p e c i e n m g m aiappmg c* Me* s ice problems F-*e **t 477 3306

JMS ROOFING sir

O . - — • *a , f x i— — sawing iwcnina

AMY SRANO TUNEO UP •N 'OUR HOME FOROMLY66 40 Free Eai a AOdmnnei w o r t n e e run SEW PRO »4C 443- 1908

WALLPAPER HANGER EXPERIENCED ' **r ' M A 4 iju*atf wort *r*i t e r t m e n 625-4266 W A l

Snow Ramoval

I P A P F R I N G

WALLPAPERRIG ' O l i*a* car* m cMoamg mix p e per we i*a* car* w\ hangw^ it C*rM 340- 7775 and CelN, 595 60J4

474-2756

RN'S ONLY THE BEST Ertioy rO^ »urvny Oays arvd •^ava spariO-rv.too' Wort m , d n y i s ' E i ceiien t .nsiani pay • ale * • « benefii pac«age immediai* ass-gnmenis Cal " a r e r 552-0050

OLSTEN Health C a r e S e r v i c e s

RN'S STAFF RELIEF HOME CARE

Up to $24 00 p e r h o u r TuH hrr*a par' tir"-a poait>or>a Bana'rls a.axaL'a 1 yr o' aip«ria<"iC€ •r. ina ia»i
ROCHESTER physician s office w need ol fuk time'1 pan-time i n d conlingeni RNs and LPN* Ful lime I Mori -Fn , RN* must nave eitenarve OR experience Send resume to PO Bo» 807 utica. Ml 4 6 0 8 ? SEEK'NG A MATURE person lor s part time secretarial poaition lor a denial impiantoiogMt Typing word processor 4 organizational skills a i.iusi Mmimum ol 5 years oltice experience knowledge m medical or denial terminology helpful Call L nda 565-9661 SPECIMEN PROCESSOR Smith K.une B«>-Science Lab
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ACCOUNTS PAVA8LE KEYPUNCH Ar accounta payabM hjnctions anc Accounimg Entry on CRT Fu* nme Mon - Fri Excellent benefit package Auto dealership experience pr rfer'ed or wki train the right person Cal for appi 421-5700 ACCOUNTS PaykOM/Book keeper Seeking s brighi serf motivated Bookkeeper Secretary ic wort m fast paced oo with muttl sets ol books Minimum 3-4 r e a r s experience Send reeume lo 3000 Town Center St* 1700 Southfleld Ml 46075 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE •mmediate opening (or a lull time accounts payabM clerk experienced with computer mpul Musi be wea organized Salary commensurste wtih abJily Benefits Sand reeume 4 salary -eguirementa to YaM Materials Handling. 11644 Hubbard Livon.« Mi 48150 Attn Personnel A.P

Accounts Payable With R e c e p t i o n i s t Skills $7 50'hr Company paid benefits Troy office Outgoing personakty 4 attractive appearance Symphony experience desirsd Mai: raeume vo Receptionist 3624 Carmel Troy, Ml 46063 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE PAYROLL CLERK Accounts payabM'payroa poaitior avaiiabM 'or faat paced SouthfMid Company Excaaant math «kias rea u " e d Previous sxperience m compuier lamikarfty a plus 'imeiy handling ol payroll disbursement* and reports Send -esume lo P 0 Bc> 300 SouthfMid Mi 46037 or can 353-3311 Exl 217 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE °.sp«3(y growing service company located >n iha northern suburbs IS seeking ar. Accocnts PayabM CMrt individual should possess 2 years accounts payaoM experience Computer *• per e n c e a pkjs For consideration. send resume 4 s*r*r. r e guir*menls lo P 0 Box 207 - a t h r u c Vilege Ml 46076 Attention Eia»M

A C C O U N T S PAYABLE TO $ 1 7 , 6 0 0 Don 1 miss this chsnce tc use your experience and skils at this very siabM medical equipment compeny Typing and computer required Ex ceaeni oenem*. Me paid Cal EMenor* *1 353-2000

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES GALORE A . . FEES COMPANY PAI0

Appry «i parson at O r k Service Office 15145 Beech-Defy Roed Recticvd Ml 48239

FULL TIME POSITIONS $16000 $15 000 $14,000 $12 000 $18,000 $15,000 $13,000 $2C 000 $t7.00C $•6 000 $22,000 $25,900

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CLOSING DATE FOR FILING. FRIDAY MARCH 3 '969 T i e Charter Township ot Redtord e an equal employment opportunity employer and « seeking guaafied black and other minority applicants a s well as white applicant* without -egard to ' a c e

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R E C E I V A B L E • t6rS17.000 FEE PA® Ar* you good w m agure* and i

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE $ 1 5 , 6 0 0 FEE PAID 3 rwart computerized Accounts PevaOM Experience needed tar corporate troy oioce Ejic*aa-< renefits GraRI oRtaa a n w o n m e w and 9-5 hours Mart st 640-5000

H a l p Wa Otfea-Ctartcal

A C C O U N T S

SNELLING & SNELLING A C C O U N T S PAYABLE TO $ 1 7 , 6 0 0

504

OMoa-Ctarical

V56-0400

VCR CB

ACCOUNTANT -«M»y *«pandlng Credn Union «i Farmington a seeking **penenceO lua lime accountant 'amater wnh general ledgers and computer* PC experience a plus Good i m m a i relation akia* Sand resume to Vice Preeident 23617 Liberty Farmington Ml 46024

FiegMierad tlwouoh Kfi gsstry *kgibM prelerred but not neee s s a o Mua' be abM to perform pelOherai arterial 4 venou* DoppMr DupMi experience prelerred but nol -wr—aar. Excaflant Top Pay Good Benefits Caa now >or «ilervMw Don t rms* tfiM opoorti^my 427-0010

LaCOURE LANDSCAPE Service*

an

ACCEPT iW'APPL CATIONS immediat* opening Fu»-(me poaition Birmingham Casfnar •' Accountant Fua baneOts Reference* needed Caa 642-3350

Alter 5 PM Appowitment* A.eaaOM

2t7 L O W

S o m e t i m e

^ 5 7 - 6 4 ( M c

ULTRASOUNO TECH 1 day or more per weak FMxible scheduM W*aed Lake area 'am»y practice Caa Merti 624-4511

WALLPAPER REMOVAL a
S o m e b o d y

immediate entry levei opening m our Accounts PayabM Oaci (or ar agareeaiv* individual with pnor basic accounting experience and.'Or accounting courses mdrviduei wll 'ype a rmmmum ol 30-35wpm and possess an aptitude tor detail 4 figure work ExceUenl benefit* including medical dental, prescription 4 •union -eimbursament Rapi> 10 A,'C CLERK P C 8 0 * 2227 SOUTHFIELD. Ml 4*037

110 per roa Waflpeoer H m w * Pemrmg 4 Pia*ie-ing 471 2 3 ' 4

285 2S3

P R I C E S

Siari work mmedieery earn l o t uay Long 4 *ftort term aaaignmant* <1 The SoutMMId 4 downtown aree Musi neve I yr ottlce experience. Foi more information c a l today

RN S - LPN S - Plymouth Ci Heeim Gara C#r»1«r r% Making orolaMionwne 3asi#a Quality >r ?»>a»r woe* Mi o^ar progfaaa/*« rn^nag^compatitrv*! wa^et a*c«ot>or>ai • oac«ag« *^a*it4a rvi All ir. a vary p*aasananv> i ^ r rr*r\: £M«as« can Cathy Harman CVaCC 0-1 or Sti^roo Swanaix* A*»i*ia^i D»racicx o* a: 45S-0"S^0

O L S T E N H f l t ' M CARE SERVICES 552-0950

A 1 CONNOLLY TREE SERVICE Tree Removal Trimming Slump Removal 4 Land Clearing Ins Free Est 482 65

• Word processors

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK Full lima Musi be experienced and have computer knowledge Posrtlon at Newior Furniture 15050 MiddMDen Roed .rvoma 525-0030

Traa Sarvica

284

Roofing

AAA OUALTIY ROOFING New Rerool* Teer-Off* Comm Re* Repeirs Lie 4 ins WOLVERINE ROOFING 937-1734

REROOFING 4 TEAR OFTS 10 yrs exparMnce Free F***net

478-4398

Ouaaty

Call P e t e r

SKYUNE TILE Ceramic tie instalMIior, Floors 4 battiroom* licensed 4 insured Ouakty wom 939-8287

ii tBRan" »iMar»n 4 Mndecepann Sod ORd 364-3213 i » M «

C O L O R P L U S PAMTtMG 4 DECORATING

D E A D B O L T S - E T C SaM naOait AWordaUM once* ana

EXPERT PLUMBING & HEATING C O

220 PAINTING 4 WALLPAPERING 18 y s eiperience Free E*1imaies Call Jim aflar 5pm 427-7237

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SAVE $ 6 0

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• interior,'Exterior • L-censed 4 insured - Es'sblished 1946 • Guaranteed Satisfaction • Competitive Prices • For 1 re* Estimates Call

BALLERINI P L A 8 T E R I N G

Lock Sarvica

4 7 1 - 2 6 0 0

J B TILE COMPANY

EXPERT Ceramic 4 Drywal Repairs New ceramic, tub 4 snower re-groutlng 4 re-caueing custom bath'emodeling u c Re< 477-1266

We're a 1 m tame i

144

wat*<

• CRT Operators

p a n time N u r s e s L P N ' S e a r n $10 00 an h o u r RN S earn $11.00 an hour, plus health a n d life I n s u r a n c e b e n e f i t s Ga« tor a p p o t n t m e n t M LLOPE2, RN 522-1444

1

532-5646

Sprlngi ml Free EM

D O O R S

40 gAlfcori r«p4*carn«ri'

Free Es-

A . - Tr'PES Ceramic *.le 30 " e a / s Experience

CALL - SAM'S PLUMBING Water heater* daposala faucets, sewers No |Ob too big. no |ob loo small Beeper 560-3089 477-0864

AIL PLASTERING WATER DAMAGE PAINT PEEl 4 DRVWAn REPAIRS LICENSED 422 0364 3 4 6 2*81

CALO'S Cuetom kn 4 Ext Pamnng.

473-800? Ask for SHANE

JAN S PAINTING SERVICE Duality work plus 100% cleanup interiors onfy tree estimates 478-0665

21 Years & Still P a i n t i n g

ALLAN'S DECORATING

ALL TILE WORK

BERGSTROMS Hot Water Today! J 3 3 9 95

5 0 % Off NTERiOR • EXTERIOR , OWEST PRICES-BEST WORK

425-9805 • 229-9885 • 687-7498•

K1MBERLV PLUMBING CO All work done by maslar plumber 'oi all rout plumbing needs insured Stale lie 477-7895

Cal by 3pm Mon-Fn tor s a m e day installation Fully u c 4 ins

PAINTING PAPERING f e s t e r i n g Rapair* 4 W aHwashmg 47 1 2600 or 835-86 iQ

Al work h4tv guaranteed FREE ES T IMATES

T5 *r» esf)#r»«nc« Low prtom DependabM'prompt' Sr DMC

Tib Wort

ACE TILERS EXTRAORDINAIRE "ile. marble, re-grouv repair Reescmabw prices references free es; Cal Lee anytime 729-1765

. FATHER 4 SON PAINTING • interior 4 Exterior Duality work Reasonable r at« Call any time, 427-7332

F a n t a s t i c Prices

C O M P L E T E L Y INSURED

269

ABLE PLUMBER CALL - JIM: 4 2 1 - 7 4 3 3

641-7766

Quality W o r k & F r e e Esl AI AffordabM Prices 423-5112 585-5558

Plumbing

QUALITY CERAMIC TILE Fully Licensed 4 Insured For Estimates can Jim 526-4840 EUROPEAN TOUCH -Tae. perrjuet pemting. finished basements low price Work myseH Licensed Call v asi tor free e*t 7-i0pm 655-3022

ABSOLUTELY THE BEST DEAc

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StMl Entrance Doors

Y

EXODUS MOVING LINE _ocal >ong disl 'Office 4 'esideniiai Qualily move at low price V35'hr Winter Special Anytime 363-3058

476-2140

G A R A G E

ALL CLCCTMCAL

CHANGING PLACES MOVING i Room Home Office Ouain* Service Ai LOW Rates ' • e e e s i - 674.393?

140

4 7 4 - 8 9 5 3

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CARRINGTON MOVING ;ieoei-idable Service Days 4 Week e n d s "5 Yrs Exo Family Owned GUAR LOW RATES 538-3055

JAWTORUU 4 MAINTENANCE

A S l I *LECTRC»AN Raatfy to »Mr«»» any iob jou have

Carpal Claantofl

lAoving & S t o r a g s

BOS MOVING 4 SERVICE INC Any Size J o b - Reasonable "ales Snort Notice Service ree Estimate insured 662-9172

Incoma Tax

REPAIR 4 REFIMSM FUMMTTURE Any True of Canmg and %MK

5 3 7 - 3 4 6 9 42

D J HANDYMAN Painting Electrical Plumbing. Ceramic tile Drywali Carpentry Complete home renovations Free Esl Reas 535-8674

Rapair

Eladrtcai

» 7 * r » CJ*

DU-'T-ALL Home Care And improvement Painting. Dry-wan Plumbing EIc Ptione Anytime 669-450"

STEP S INCOME TAX SERVICE 25 YRS EXP OFFICE 4 HOME VERY REASONABLE J07 2481

721-17 W OatY WALL 4 PLASTER new 4 Rapair Hand or Spray MBlurmg Acoustical cea Uc Goer » » r * esp S43-0712 or 662-7543

Handyman

474 4«7?

OMCOUM Pnoesi

KITCHENS •

102

Furnaca InstaN Or R a p a k

0RYWAU. FLKEM K I *

Firawood

150

Garagat

R A S H I D B U I L D E R S Besi oeal 1 Taylor Garage Door Distributors 4 Openers New 4 used p a r t s Remodeling old garages Energy efficient sleei entrance floors and s t o r m s Visil our warehouse ' yr j u a r a n i e e d parts 4 a b c Call tor tree estimates 474-3646

Retired

CHIMNEY CRICKET CHIMNEY SWEEP Soot 4 creosote vacuumed 10 truck Guaranteed clean 425-3663

KITCHEN & BATH

563-4456

S S r . M M Haa«MMgM. Uc ma torn leae M mt SpacMMv Free Est 437-2603

Carpat Laying

55

96

SEMI-RETIRED ELECTRICIAN 30 Years Experience Licensee Commercial- Residential-Industrial 326-7770 72ft-6355

& Rapair

Cabinet Making, TV-Video Cal> nets Hut d i e * Bcokcaaee Cum* Cabmeia You dsaigri it. I wia B^id It Leonard GaAagtar 476-1»36

SATISFACTION a heft*

A CUT-ABOVE CONSTRUCTION 10 yr* experience m *we woon

44

SMALL J O e S DONE EFFICIENTLY 6 PROFICIENTLY BY A LICENSED CARPENTER WALT 525-1707

Rec roome Oseenienli Krtcfien* Batfvoome New 4 repair* 471-2600

LICFMSCD 6 MSUMED D T L ENTERPRISES 425-6608

LOW PRICES

R^O C»«®niog. «n*tall«og. R o o t StrtQir»g Poklhmg R«fvni»#Mrvg 471-2600

SMALL WORLD

K> To 3 0 *

EJactricaJ

BILL OKLER ELECTRIC

DALTON CARPET CLEANERS SERVICEMASTER OF SOUTHFIELD Since 1946 Slainmaster certifted Carpel, furniture 4 wans 353-4210

Carpantry

ALL BLOCK, bnck 4 gisss block* r a e & cement work flsaidanilal 4 Commercial- UC. l i s Cal anytime 534-1 473-6007 Caa Shane (or Free Est

4 Dyeing

ADOITIONS, DECKS 4 REPAIRS Baaamant Conversions 16 yr* sxperience Cal Jerry Evenings 532-5146

A KITCHEN S P E C I A L I S T

66

Carpat Claantng

$0 DOWN FINANCING North 642-6510 Northwest 669-6110 DESCO DESIGN/BUILD

24

42

• Clerk typMI 145 wpm)

| ACCOUNTING FIRM located in Southfteld has immediate opening , 'or an individual with hgnt bookkeeping 4 data processing experiSkillec n u r s i n g facility in ence Pay commensurate wltn e x p e 356-3444 Lrvonia s e e k i n g full a n d -Mnce Cal

ALCOA 4 REYNOLDS AMninum aiding 4 Mm Thermo replecemnt window-Iree est ' d o own work 421-6260 after 5pm/464-1545

ABUNDANCE OF JOBS

645-2900 RNS-LPNS-GPNS

Equa. Opportunity Affirmative Action, Employer

504

Offlca-Clarteal

Georgian Bioomfieio a prestigious Willed prrvste nursing tacilly. is now accepting applications 'or RNs and LPNs We are abM to work with your scneduM needs ExceUenl benefn ACCOUNTING CLERK-SouthlMid pacxage with tuition, reimbursement law firm seeas person with PC expea n c compel nme saiery Call or send rience tor various bookkeeping lurv•esum* tc l-ons Must be conscientious hard Georgian Bloomlield working and reaabM DutMe include 2975 Adam* Rd check writing ckant poating and Bloomlield Hills Mi 46C • 3 I lagni typing Fun time pem-anent position Call Mrs Reetis 550-5353

RN S - Full 4 part-time GN.s c ull 4 pert lime i_PN s - Full 4 pan-time

4 P.M- T U E S D A Y F O R T H U R S D A Y EDITION f 4 P.M. FRtOAY F O R MONDAY EDITION

AJuminum Siding

Halp Wantad

SNELLING 4 SNELLING

to HOME C 6ERVICE GUIDE HR 9

504

TO $20,000 RN s tor Pediatric Office m Farming- Multi-company group offer* great advancement potential Computer ton 3 shifis a v a i i a t i a Days 8 30am-4pr» 3 day* pai week A I- i2ed accounting experience m the lernoons 3pm-6pm - 2 day* per construction inoustry lOeei Caa wee* Evenings 4pm->0pm - 1-2 Sue 353-2090 days pet week Call Chris 477-0654 After 5 PM Appointments AvsrlabM

We are located in a downrrver sub urban setting with spacious and '-ee par* ing CXir unique nosptial desigr provides grester (unctionsl capacly tor nursing by shifting nursing activ lies which traditionally lake place a I 1he nurses station io 'he patient s

REHABILITATION NURSE - registered nur*e for expanded • « i * M i n non program m our 230 Bed skilled (acillly To work with the 'eriabllit*tion coordinator scneduM may Be fixed or vanabM 10 meet your needs Please appfy at Westland Convalescent Cer-ile- 36137 W yvarren Weslland Ml «N POSITION AVAILABLE Patient Care Coordinator No weekends no hokdays Shltl Mon thru Fn 7 30 ml 3 30 L PN POSITION ALSO AVAILABLE FiexibM schedules Call Judith Harding Director of Nursina at 255-6450

RN LPN

RN with prior pedMtnc sxpsnenc* prelerred We oiler competitive seiarie* w«h eiceHenl benefits Please send 10

RECEPTIONIST/ MEOICAL ASSISTANT Psrl time position currsntly a v a l abM tor a Medical Receptionist. Medicai Assistsnt Send r s s u m s to Box 806 Obeerver 4 Eccentric Newspapers, 36251 Schoolcraft Rd Lrvorua. Michigan 46150

William B e a u m o n t H o s p i t a l 3 6 0 1 W. 13 Mike R o a d Royal O a k , Ml 4 8 0 7 2 551-1200

553-8913

PEDIATRIC CLINIC

Patient Accounting

Linda Kruso Personnel Department

RN ABC ARE 'NC need* RN Lee* Coor oin^ior Uadtcara tMC*^oun«j •iM Oua«ftc«a» CaM Rita o* L«vSa Mor tfiru Fr> 9 30 3 30

M « m u r > o# 1 year axparianc* m CU. ER m A C L S m M»r«o WM umr -«ght cmndklmf

RECEPTIONIST Ful time snd psrt time PeopM s k « s snd orgenustlonal spaify BeneMs Cal 353-5020

We currently have Ml-ume and part-time positions avaaabM m our business office Previous insursnce Culling experience snd good communicalion ski*s required ExceUenl benefit package and working hours avauaCM* Qualified applicants appry

Halp Wantad Dantat-MadicaJ

Henry Foro Medical Center m BioomIMM haa Mi and part time p o sitions avaiiabM lor RegMlsrsd Nurse*

Ful time position lor a ' e g islersd occupational t h e r e pisl Flexible V I EjcgMent benedt package Salary range 10 S31.000 Contact Margo Beauregard 263-8746 Macomb-Oakland Regional Center An fcquel Opportunity Employer

RECEPTIONIST FULL TIME Busy SoultifMId DsrmatologMt s oft ice Pegboard 4 Insurance knowledge . M u s t Caa Karen 353-0660

O&E

Haip Wantad

Dantal Madicai

Oantal Madical

Madical

NURSE ASSISTANTS

X

502

Haip Wantad

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M o n d a y . F e b r u a r y 20. 1900 504

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DATA ENTRY Long and ( h e n t a r n n a g n n n n u I iBHili lor BidMduM M B d e l * easily e » p * n e n c * _ A o & * e c > ^BcandfitPB

ENTECH SERVICES, LTD.

JSIerk/Typist

I & 8 2 par I w E i Caa UBy »em \o 12 B

AUBURN HILLS 377-4980

\771-5 190

TROY 586-5610

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 122.000

enC a MOT p e r | eonaBty m l n n h e r * Feepead Caa BarnKa at 353-2090 k n a r 5 PM. Appomtrrwnte » S N E L L I N G A SHELLING^ EXECUTIVE SECRETARY $1S-$20,000 EJLLMU'II opportunity tot lop protaa uonal mermary with Cyp>nQ ol "Owpm a thorthand ol 80-100wpm Cal todaytoran ntarvMw* ALL FEES COMPANY PAIO PERMANENT STAFF SOUTHFIELD 353^1505 FARMINGTON MILLS 737-5 7 50

EXPAND YOUR HORIZONS

CLERK/TYPIST Pert time Uta inauranca C o m p a n y loceiea m h a a i p i m p tar Ctarfc/

S r S J t S S W J L ^ : MUTUAL OE OTTROFT 333 W j m o u l " %J*d Plymouth. ML. 48170

Y" -

D A T A

C a t Parmanant Staff today tor tha loaowtng axciting IOO opportunrtioa

E N T R Y O P E R A T O R S Kaay Service* m i l energetic ndtndueM tor born long and anon Mrm dala antry aaaignment* You mual ba q u e * and accurate and ba abM lo pMtarm general derlcM duliee For mora rtformalaon about theee poaition* ptaaaa can

Troy 362-1180 CLERK TYPIST $ 6 . 0 0

SNELLING TEMPORARIES CALL TODAY 528-5122

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mor In Berkley a M a t i n g aomoorie mat enjoy* a taai p a o a d oMoa. Ou• a a ktetad* muM Una pnonaa. lafcing & pMOng o r d e r * vRXttng with oompular Submit l e M w n 4 M a r y hMlory lo - Bo* "»Oe ClbaariM 1 Ec cantnc Mieapapar*. 34251 Scfiooicrafl M - . LWonta. MtcMgan 44150 COMPUTER Ordar entry 8 Oanarai o « c * dutMe R d Orr • o n In buay Farmmglon HMa oMoa Btaa Croaa/8tae Shield. Aak tor . C h n e t m * 471-5400 *-'• CONSTRUCTION BOOKKEEPER conatnaction . . ate S22K r a n g e Faa PaH B. HAMIL P E R S O N N E L <24-6470

w Br81

PART-TIME CLERK

YeM-round part-tfcne d a l c M * r t , O M I n a k . Be 57 hr. T)^r>Q *5npm Apply a t Canton T a p P a r a o n Dapt.. 1150 8 Canton Oantar Rd AnEquiil

— CORPORATE _ CONNECTIONS ptnrwwni

Clerk/Typists Secretaries Bookkeepers Receptionists

H

Sand your reeume or CaB USA T o d a y

CORPORATE CONNECTIONS . 2BB0 CROOKS RO. SUITE 307 TROY. ML 4B0B4

244-9200 CREATIVE SECRETARY

3

TO $18,000 poaltion In c r e a m * dapartlop ad agancy r»oMUm r*caoua peraoneBty 5 plua . typing ot 60. a o r d

include. performance bonuaaa. panawn and proat i h a n n g Faa paid Ca> SaBy. 464-0B08 '8HELUMO & SNELLING liimedtata openmg Math 8 paopla •kBto a muat. Caeaputai experience holp«ul. Contact B I 64*-8000

^

CUSTOMER LIAISON iPAKD

Farmington Hills 471-2050 Southfieid 352-5220

KELLY SERVICES Tha 'KeBy 3*1" Paopla Not An Agancy; Never A Faa Equal Opportunity Employar M / F'H DATA ENTRY PART TIME Computar i k a a . Hgura aptfluOa word procaaamg and/or awttcftboard axpananoa halpM Fiaxibia hour*. Farmington Conraa 4 78-0200 DATA ENTRY paopla (15i. 5-10 moa a x p a n a n c a Sr typtatm. 55 wpm accurata. tor major corporat«on in L M n t a SouthMald t e 50»7/hr C a l Anna at DnHoroa 357-0641 DATA ENTRY paraon naadad wtth at laaat 2 yaara axpananca m computto 1 na m programniWg a In data antry Sand r»t u m a lo: P a r a o n n a l . 30955 Hwy. Farmington OENTAL R£CE°TK>NI6T Our doctor la a graai boaa and our M m a l a n t a a a d Wa ra looking tor )UM tha right paraon to (oin our taam Ara you: • miaraMad ai top •alary plua banaBU. • a paraon who atrtvaa tor a i c a l a n c a , • nlai aalad m working with a mothratad t a t m thai aharaa your »ak.iaa. • looking tor total haalth a i i l r m tor othara? if Th» fits you and you hava axpananca wa would Rta to dlacuaa mutual opportunities CaB Fran 545-5507 DRIVER/CLERK s e par hour Sano raa»*naa to 11818 Markai St Livonia U< 48150 Atlanbor Carol ENTER EXCITING FIELD O F ADVERTISING Established growing firm s e e k s g o - g e t t e r with s e c r e tarial skills, w o r d p r o c e s s ing a n d c h e a r y p e r s o n a l i t y . T o $ 1 7 , 0 0 0 . F e e pa*d. Full benefit* 399-3450 SNELLING A SNELLING ENTRY LEVEL CLERICAL Ft* ttma. muat bo good wtth numbart OBmaigliam araa. Aak tor Sua 851-7741 ENTRY-LEVEL CLERK with opportunity tor advancamanl Halptul tkRa would m d u d a typma. calculator a computar Muat ba wSing lo do Mng. anawar lalaphona a ganaral ctarical work. 1MB Irain on our computar FUMlma p u H u tor non-amokar Company locator rt Plymouth Twp 451-0130 ENTRY LEVEL POSITION FWng. phona anaa^rlng. photo copying, tght typing, arranda Mual a own car Claat Ona Manna S8B-0550

EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY & SWELLING

I rauma; Mr* 8. al JoBar. mc.. NEXrtJS of Mltft • Ontario, 27150 *t. I MBa SuuBMMU. Ml 48034 CUSTOMER SERVICE TraBiee: For

MOL?

842-0700

i

III. 1 M n M • - V type 45-50 wpm. cradR bona a a p a u a n c a a plua.

entry world Kc abmtv Contact 4 78-0005. Ext 315

TO $16,000 Great benefits i n c l u d e Ufe. d e n t a l , t u i t i o n , pension. Fea paid. Lovely offices. 399-3450. SNELLING & SNELLING

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT •harp Saoralary with good word piciciaaalng Mia* Lola oi vanary. Ml banaflta. 115 000 taa paM C a l 84S-5BOO SNELLING & SNELLING OF TROY EXECUTIVE SALES SECRETARY Ful Uma. m u « ba w a l o r g a n n a d a aPM to daal wan paopM Qood conv mumcaoor Mia* word prooaaaor a IBM a i p a r t a n c a Qood imdaratandIng oI bualnaaa math Waga oonv mariairata wnh Mtpertance Mr* Sammona. 281-2100

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

MBtog a ptaa Faal growmg oo CaB tor a appomtmant 588-8130 raaum* to Mr Ron WBaon. P O Baa 1120 P i r m » V a m Ml 48012 AnNaMOBBM

EXECUTIVC SECRETARY • I nwm m m a muat! Shorthand or Spead wrtmg a t t l i l B I I Raply a anca ai c o m p i a aam i rac t a Boa 881 Ok aar tr a

D A T A ENTRY EXECUTIVE

aacr aalary

812-814 000 S Saiaa Sacratary - ( 1 5 800 S Racapltor—i - 818 000 B AeeoMit* PayaMa Ctar* - ( 1 3 000 e Ful CHarga Bookkaapar -$18 000 B Payroa - 822 000 ALL FEES COMPANY PAID PERMANENT STAFF LIVONIA 591-2221 EXPERIENCED LEGAL SECRETARY tor word procaaamg and d a t a antry South haid law firm, m town, cantar hagh riaa othom Salary compatltJva Non amokar* only Can Pat. 355-5300 FARMINGTON HILLS computar oo •aaklrig tut lima oancaLracaptton•at to nandi* buay phonaa. aghi typng an0 variou* darKal Outia* banaflta^'profti (baring Non amokar can Linda. 553-»250 FILE CLERK Fang, typmg a ganaral olhca akOa nacaacarv Outgoing paraonaaty a PMaaant phona volca raquwad Ful tlma. Blua Croaa. 8 many othar banatlt* Apply m peraon MoaMr Manufacturing. 12173 Market St . Lrvorua. Ml 482-8245 F R A S E R VARIETY FEE PAID - $ 1 5 - $ 1 8 , 0 0 0 NEEDED An upbeat office generalo l lor * variety poartlonl Typing, phonaa a mora nil each day Pleaaam p4aca Saneflt* 649-8797 or 9 6 2 ^ 5 6 5

D O R O T H Y DAY P E R S O N N E L . INC. GAL FRIDAY NationaBy r e c o g n c e d mduatrial Rubber Hoea ManuTacturar and Ckatrtoulor haa an opening tor an eWkaem. h j l time moivtdual You muat hava good typing M « a (50wpm| and be abM uae bmaneea machlnea Computartiad data antry axpenance helpli^ but not required Good compensation and benefits package rneaaa aand l e e m i a to G o o d e l Rubber Compeny 24008 Haggarty Road, Farmington Haa Mi « » 7 « An Cqial Opuuifumty Empioyw GENERAL CLERK - typist* 40-55 wpm. 6 mo* axpananca tor ma(or Plymouth corporation. t 5 T v Cal Alee at Unltoroa 473-2930 GENERAL OFFICE - P a n tlma clan cal peraon needed to assist an inter national Fourtune 500 firm Qua*had candldelea should hava pis as ant phona marmor. typmg and flung MHU Intareetad applicants can c a l or aand raeume to Attention Gma Robmaon Tamghaat 38705 Seven Maa Rd Suit*, 450. LivonM. Ml 48152-1005 (313> 482-5800

GENERAL OFFICE Muat Ma to wort with Itguras a telephone Some prior office a compuiw sxpenenoe helpful Wa tram further * you have typmg *oetty Monday thru Friday. 8 30-5 1! Personnel. 2921 mduatriai Row. Troy Ml 48084 GENERAL OFFICE Ml time Computer duuee wm tram Good typMi Pleeeent phone voice Cal 9am3pm. aak tor Luarme 474-7508 GENERAL OFFICE - Ful tlma, office experience 'equired typmg 50wpm 8 MUe/Evargreen a r e * 15 per hour 256-3600 GENERAL OFFICE - ofhea parson needed for Waal Mde service bua»neea Appacant* muat type 40 a m p and have good telephone MHa C a l ConnM 347-2370 GENERAL OFFICE RECEPTIOfSST/TYPtST Very paraonabia ao wtth pubac. If no * < • • » saga Southfleld araa 542-2220 GENERAL OFFICE - anawar p n o n a * kght typmg. and data entry aand resume to Service Coordinator 24543 Mdoplex Circle. F v m m g t o n MMa. Mi 48331 GENERAL OFFICE Diversified duties mdudea typing, exienarve phone contact, b a a c offlea machmea Modem office located near LivonM Ma* Write lo Box 908 Ooeervet a Eccentric Newspaper* 36251 Schooicrafl Rd . U v o n l * Micragan 48150 GENERAL OFFICE HELP Ethan Alan. Furniture Ketsaer a m need of General Office peraon DuUa* include ecneOuIng daBvenaa. Accounts PayabM procaaamg. othar kght clerical dutMe CaB 281-7780 or sand r a a u n a to Ether AJMn Oalanaa 15700 Middtabait Rd «rt» GENERAL OFFICE ILyou are look mg tor perl time office work, can d o B^tl typing. I accurately V. then we would » * lo t a * wfth you ThM • a perfect entry level poeitlon handmade tor the Homamaker who • a n t s to re-enter the work toroe or the student who wants gel a head atari on a career Ftaxibto hours lo mae) your needs Cal ua at 828-8800 GENERAL OFFICE HELP tar Bir i i w y M I I Law Firm 12-15 hours par weak Fame typing 45 wpm , computer knowledge prelerred 84} 3560 GENERAL OFFICE- Pari Tlma

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T O $ 1 8 , 5 0 0 FEE PAID A mmimum ol 2 yaers g e n e r a off- B e a u t i f u l s u b u r b a n l a w o f will provide great ice/ secretarial b a c k g r o m d reoaed f i c e s Knowledge ol salea and computer b e n e f i t s and additional hardware would be an aeaet Send t r a i n i n g f o r t h e r i g h t perreeume lo Trident Computer Corp son. Word processing PO Box 1154, Troy, Ml 48099 GLENERAL CLERICAL Miction* to s k i l l s a p l u s . C a l l 3 9 9 - 3 4 5 0 SNELLING & SNELLING a s a w m a 1 gal office answering telephones order taking a Invoicing Computer experience would be helpM Hour* are flexlbM Cea Mon -Fn , 9-4. 464-4113 L E G A L An Equal Opportunity Employer MOMEMAKERS RETIREES COLLEGE STUOENTS Have a lew extra hour* a d a y ' Would Mke to make extra pay? C o m e down arid aign up today TEC ha* immediate openings tor SECRETARIES RECEPTIONISTS WORD PROCESSORS DATA ENTRY/TYPISTS GENERAL OFFICE At TEC we give extra attention to finding the right a a t « n m e n 1 10 (11 your scheduM We oner generous t a U n a * 1 benefit* and moet of a l exceptional service 1 Pleats c a l ua today l o » t a n work lomonow For top wagee p h o n e THE EMPLOYMENT CONNECTION (313)425-3220 (313) 485-3BOO

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KELLY SERVICES The "KaBy Girl" PeooM Not An Agency Never A Fee Equal Oppornmfty Employer M/ F/H INSIOE SALES POSITION Thi* is not a telemarketing iob Great opportunity tor an ambitiou* secretary or general office help that leett they are ta a deadend iob We a r e an expanding and wal aa tlaa onenled company out tha U S immedMte opening anion mctudea taking ordar*. support tor outaide islsa. suggesting naw products lo existing account*, and toBwe-up of prospects W» train tor 80 day* Prevloue i s l a i experience preferred, but no* necaeaary Casual working atmosphere S300 - par week to stwr a benefit* Send reeume. ai confidence, to National Screen a Glaaa mduatne* 33712 Ford Rd Waatiand. Mi 48185 attention Ranee Ormako No Phone CaBa Please INSURANCE AGENCY ta NorthvMe n e e d s paraonal «inea service rap Typmg required Cal Jan 349-2000 or 474-1810 INSURANCE AGENCY a accepting appBcatlona tor property 1 . aaiiaff/ CSR Muat have experience For confidential interview P l a i n c a l 855-3322

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INSURANCE CLERK Mortgage servicer seeking individual tor meurance dapt. experience required CaB Lee Shutierl 8 30am-5pm 352-77W

LEGAL SECRETARY TRAINEE Ful tane poaftlon. Farmaigton HJks law firm Excellent typayg skins required 553-2440

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LEGAL SECRETARY-For a w Ilrm in Birmingham. 2yra_ legal axpanenca required Experience with Word Perlect helpful. C a l Pat 642-2992

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LEGAL SECRETARY 1-3 years experience for PIMnttve Personal Injury law firm Computer experience neceeaary Tslegrapn a 13 M«e Rd 842-5757

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LEGAL SECRETARY i am currently c o n d u c i n g a saarcti tor s legal secretary lo work tor our caent a major commercMl reM estate developer A minimum ol 1\» years legal experience required, pme me abaity to communicate effectively both wntlen end orally Competitive aaMry pme comprehensive benefit! included C a l Arthur T Enaaay Arthur Thomas Executive Search lor a confldentMl interview , 355-0832

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NETWORK RESOURCES SUBURBS-DOWNTOWN 964-5500 LIBRARY ASSISTANT •i«eoed tun time at SouthheM Ao Ag®ncy - or eel entry level poaltion' Seek.ng 40wpm. good phone akMs past library a x p e n a n c e a plus 827-8341 LIGHT CLERICAL 8 snipping tor Oentai laboratory MaHmei typing required Hours 1 lam-4 30pm Mon thru Frl Farmington HMs 826-3144 LfVONiA CO seeking experienced, mature Part-time Secretary 'Receptionist for morning *nift Good phone 4 typing skins necessary Previous experience, a Plus Call Mr* Raymer Mon-Fn . 12-4pm ONLY. 591-7900

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN Organized sa»-atarler needed lor maintenance work at a 200 - unit apartment community In Troy Applicant must nave experience in aa a r e a s of maintenance including HVAC. plumbing a electrical OuaBtied appacant call Mon-Fn 10am-3pm

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OFFICE ASSISTANT T O $15,000 FEE PAID Bloomfteid HMs office needs an Off • « e Assistant with word processing experience and good typmg Cal Juke at 649-5000 SNELLING & SNELLING OF TROY OFFICE CLERICAL - Getting a IrttM bored'' Children grown? Would you •ika to have a little extra spending money? Wa are looking lor a coupM ol maturs reaponstbM mdmduaM to Ml entry level positions m our SouthfMKJ office WVMng lo tram the rignt persons Appfy m person '7300 W 10 Mile Southfieid. Ml 9-5 PM Mon - Fn OFFICE CLERK - OAK PARK Good typing aUBty figure aptitude atiendance record Important $13,000 mm benefits Fee Paid B HAMIL P E R S O N N E L 424-8470 OFFICE CLERK PART TIME A Manufacturing firm located in Westisnd haa an immediate opening m it* administrative offlce Candidate would be reepooetbM tor word procesemg tiling and back up on awitchboard Pleesem working environment Hours would Oe 9em to 3pm Send resume to 1770 Mane Si Westland Mi 48185 Aim Personnel

OFFICE CLERKS Individuals n e e d e d for general clerical office work Must have d e a r diction, professional appearance, t h e ability t o a l p h a b e t i z e , a n s w e r p h o n e s , file & t y p e 5 0 w p m CaH D P R 4 4 3 - 0 0 5 6 OFFICE HELP needed Mature per son Part-time poemon a v a a a t x Typing. baaK office akMs C e l OebbMat 559 7388 OFFICE HELP PART-TIME Retail office experience nee eaaary Musi be avaaiebM mghis and week e n d s Appfv In person Art Van Furniture. 29906 W 7 MIM OFFICE HELP/PART TIME BIRMINGHAM 540-5995 OFFICE MANAGER For growmo J e e p 1 l « « aim, in MHtord S m a l office arfth eicaBeni opportunity lor a i p e n e n c a d menager or aarong aa sMtant meneger lo take c h a r g e IT wal sr amp experience preferred Pieeee comaci Jeer- Mclariand tor interview at 871-5000 OFFICE MANAGER - Ful lime needed tor computer ratal More Data entry Doc*keeping p h o n a * a general oltice duties• A«*y m pM son. oi m a l i PC Supply Co 23953 W « Mia (E Ol Tl Tatagraph) Southfieid 48034 183-0361 OFFICE POSITION tor amafl ' e t a * M m t i a * Mora F i * time LivonM aree 174 9 ' 2 4 OFFICE POSrriOMS SouihBetd baaed dMtntoutor main aeaity i * e a e d

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PART TIME Genera office person needed tor Fimanglon HUB corporation Telephone and tghl typing experMnce neceeeery word processmg experience halpM but not required PlaMl c a l Tam. 881-0083 PART TIME OPPORTUNITIES IN CONSUMER AFFAIRS Pepei-CoM needt two bright and mature person* to MaMt In the operation ol our ConsumM Aftav* function Theee persona muat poeaees a poeitiv* airtuda and aicsBani mtarparsonal aklBs Job dutMe mainly consist of handBng a heavy vokjma ol customer phona inqukies A typmg spaed ol SOwpm » eeeantial to aaeur* M c a l s ara handMd efficiently Employee* wia work 2-3 days a M i l n off peek periods and 5 day* s week during neevy promotional seasons lusually Apr* through October! Hour* are from 9am- 5pm with no overtime Pay wM be 19 an hour with no benefits inqunes s l y » d be addressed lo CONSUMER AFFAIRS POSITIONS PEPSI-COLA COMPANY 5505 Corporate Or Suite 450 Troy. Mich 48007 ATTN Employee Relation* NO p h o n e c a l * please An EquM Opportunity Employer

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"emporary part ttma poemcm to lasl 8-10 weeks in our claim* depart mem Duties inckids Wing a men procaeting 30-35 hours weekly between 7 30am-5 30pm Mon-Fn at Now town Center location Call Vicky Seta 349-8000 Liberty Mutual Insursnce Group An Equal Opportunity Employer PAYROLL CLERK immediate openmg. f m time, tor W Bioomfleid country club Umon peyron a mauranca Experience s plus Please sand resume to Boa 918 Ooeerver a Eccentric Newspaper* 36251 Schoolcraft Rd Livonia. Michigan 48150 PAYROLL immediate poeition* avaBaPM tor mature mdhnduaM wrth an outgoing personalty a d a t a ! orientated Candidates muat poaeeas good math apptitude a organttalionM s a n s Payrol experience helpM but not neceeaary FxcMMrr H « I I package available Please send raeume to Paychex, 8®6C Orchard Lake Rd Sufta 110. W Bloomfteid Ml 48322 PERMANENT PART TIME FMxibM hours tor students ClericM telephone, public comaci a sales abwry Ask tor Mr Cone. 644-6845 PERSONNEL CLERK Entry levM Roomtoradvancement Many benefit*. Apply in person or send ' e * u m e t o 32975 Schoolcraft. LrvonM. Ml 48150

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High energy dynamic personaBTy needed by personnel group aiiereet ed in sales-''marketing backgrounO Strong phone MBa data! foBow-up and good personel appeerance required Previous experience t piu* FEE PAlO St Clair S h o r e s 774-0730 Troy 649-4144 Harriet S o r g e Personnel Personnel Receptionist Poertior evMlebM tor outgoing, date* oriented person Word proceesmg helpful Temp to perm poaftlon Apply in person ARBOR TEMPS 9433 Haggarty Rd just S ol Ann Arbor Rd . Plymouth 459-1166 PERSONNEL RECEPTIONIST Due to rapid growth and axpanaiorfaat -paced employment agency require* a mufti- talented mdhnOual to m a n a g e buay recaption lobby Seeking professional candidate wfth encelient Interpersonal ak**. poor office experience Including typing preferred Temporary to ttart For • m m e d o a t e consideration, call T HE EMPLOYMENT CONNECTION 425-3220 PHONE RECEPTIONIST "roy • graat opportunity tor mature rieaibM person who Hkes variety to assist in our phone/message canter 3 Bays per weea Light typmg. Call Joy 680-6602 PROFESSIONAL RECEPTIONIST $13,000 No fee Top profeaaicmal organization ofler* excellent benefit*. beautlM office and real advancement opportunity! Need word proceea and good phone *kia*' EMPLOYMENT CENTER H 540-4130 PROFESSIONAL SECRETARIAL POSITION - Required * « a . Typing and word procaaamg Musi be well organnad with Mrong verbal and wrfltan commnncBUor H B I Saflstartar Previous busmeaa office experience a must FamBiartty with needs of PR. Agency office * plus Salary range »18K Telephone or written inquiries acceptable Contact CART. Attn Office M a n a g * 390 Enterpnee Ct BtoomflMd HM* Ml 48013 Phone 334-8500 PROGRAM ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK Southfleld/ 1 LrvonM area dkeci man markeimg Arm lookmg lor an AdmmMtratlve Clark with good typayg Mills and pfione personality CRT background a okas Experience heapfut out not n a o a m r y Good beneffts mce workmg conditions Cal 9 30AM-3 30PM tor interview appointment. 357-4 700 PURCHASING CLERK -FULL TIME TP wort lor a growing manufactur mg company DuBa* m d u d a account* payabM flBng rypeig 8 c o m outer entry Muel heva 2 year* ofiice experience Apply m person i t Belengv Inc 1001 Doherry Ct NorthvtBe Ml 48167, 8 30-4 30pm

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FOR S A L E - S e n a m a t l r e a * 4 b o x springs 8 y e a r s ota G r e a t c o n d i lior J 1 2 5 'ull q u e e n oak b e d 4poster $300 567-1'68

COMMODORE 64 with di*k drive m o m t o i printer 4 lots of s o f t w a r e $500 2 78-2066

H O U S E H O L D SALE Everything m u s t g o VCP w a s h e r , ' d r y e r ster e o s misc t 5 8 4 C GrayHeW 5 Mile, "etegrapr area 527-0592 L T ' O N Auto-Cook M i c r o w a v e very g o o d condition $ 1 2 0 E l h a n Allen -8 sol* 4 2 hre*id* c h a i r s very g o o d ccondllton 2 C h er r y e n d l a t n e s 455-2514 4 coWaa :offi table L VING R o o m M e d i t e r r a n e a n s t y * ! g r e e r velour c o u c h , m a t c h i n g chair 2 e n d t a b i e * lamp, s m o k e d g l a s s cocktail t a b l e p i c t u r e . $ 5 0 0 Dming r o o m t a b i e 4 4 m a t c h i n g c h a i r s $ " 5 Call Loci 474-3766 lOVESEAT gold velour g o o d c o n dition $75 or b e s t o " e r C a n a h e r 2PM 261-3369 MASiC chef g a s s i o v e $75 C a r seal $25 C r i b wtlh m * n r a a s $ 8 5 C a n t o n ai ea 981 - 2 6 6 3

maple DINETTE sei $90 Gold O u e e n Anne chair $ 7 0 Blue swivel rocker $40 Men s 10 s p e e d bike, black Fuji. $ 1 7 5 7 2 8 - 0 4 18 MAPLE T R E S ' L E - a b l e . Mke new wtlh I high b a c k c h a i r s $ 6 7 5 Call 535-1652 OAK b e d r o o m s e ! q u e e r s u e h e a d b o a r d 3»e*ser mirror, c n e s i $ 8 0 0 b r o w r china c a b i n e t $ 2 0 0 3 2 6 - 7 6 2 9 aECL'NING c o u c h reclmer bedr o o m sat a r ' e x c e l i e n i c o n d i t i o n Ai• er 6prr. 59t-14'B REFRIGERATOR $200 electric r a n g e 4 h o o d $ 150 dt*hwa*he« $ 7 5 giass d i n e t t e 4 * sw*vei c h a i r s $ 1 7 5 iass c o f e e l a t u e $ 7 5 wall - e c i i n e r 50 After 5pm 981-2805

f

SOLID PINE l u m i l u r e s o l a r o c k e r chair 2 e n d t a b l e s gold r u s t $ 3 9 5 Call 455-6588

BM PC various o p t i o n s $180C P i e e s e cait a f t e r 5pm 693-7711 NEC 3550 printer with a c c o u s t i c a l cover Excellent c o n d i t i o n $ 5 0 0 Can Judrth during ou&inee* h o u r s .

256-2880

TAND7 400C 40 M e g EGA color monitor m o u s e W o r d P e r t e C 5 0 a n d a c c e s s o r i e s T a n d y 1000 ^ a a e r printer p l u s c o m p u t e r furniture Must sei- Asking $ 4 , 5 0 0 C a a Roxie Days. 4 5 5 - 4 2 2 2 Eve s 4 7 7 - 5 3 3 4 716

C o m m e r c i a l Industrial Equip.

710

Oakland C o u n t y

ASSORTED-OOLS fori Can wood

cabinet s

complete

nil Cher, include* a l m o n d c o u n t e r top 4 back splashes. $ 5 5 0 682-6754

Used Mint sen 717

64 7 - 8 2 3 9

Lawn - G a r d e n F a r m - S n o w

Equip.

JOHN DEER S n o w t w w e r , 8 h o r » e . 3 f o r w a r d s a n d a ' e v e r * * Electric l f * r t 26 b l a d e * d o u b l e t h r o w 10 tires With c h a i n s $ 5 0 0 b e s t or best offer 536-0007 LOC M O W E R S 2 ! u n s wen 72 n e e d s work Must sell Best ofter Evemngs 729-7656

WANTED 3 p o m i hitch t r a c t o r •man to m e d i u m s u e e v e n if in n e e d ol repair 4 2 7 - 7 3 2 1 941-6066

BF^ANO NAME CABINETS 4 0 % t o 6 0 S oft Krichen o a t h , utility Tr*d.tionai-contamoorary S o m e snort!, d a m a g e d 6 8 1 - 5 8 2 4 or 626-9742 WEYERHAEUSER P e n e a n g 30 - -w X 1 X 8 s h e e t s walnut h a r d w o o d veneer specialty g r a d e . VM m original m a p p e r P r i c e d 'y ol retail c o e t at $ 13 50 per s h e e t 626-5206 721

FREE CLEAN nil d i n delivery avaialbe from 9 Mae * n d O r c h a r d Lake Rd Must m o v e - m m e d i a t a l y 9am-5pm 588-1818

GERIATRIC Chair- 3 poaition Ru*t color Harcuion ' e a r n e r with p o w e r lift seal Amigo b a t t e r y o p e r a t e d wheelchair Alternating preeaure o a a CombKTation b a l h . chair c o m m o d e Jelled s e a t c u s h i o n FoKhng wa»er 721-3041

GENERA'OR Dayton p o r t a b l e heavy duty 5 0 0 0 w a n . 3 3 s m p U n u s e d - slill in box $80C 8 5 1 - 8 5 6 4 HOT TUB S P A FACTORY m u * l sea remaining 1988 c o m p i e i * p o r t a b l e * Worth $ 3 2 5 0 now $ - 8 7 5 J u s t p « j g ir a n c enfOy 1 7 6 9 - 77 2 7 KILN-EVEN HEAT hard»y u * e d S u a 2 x2'«2 220 v o n s m a x i m u m t e m p 2250 d e g r e e s $250 851-5052 SECTIONAL b e i g e 5 p e c e * $ 5 0 0 Entertainment wvt $75 Stereo $ 3 0 0 coffin $ 1 0 0 524-2807 Misc. For Sale

712

Appliances

AMANA REFRIGERATOR 4 STOVE Whirlpool w a s h e r 4 dryer G u a r a n teed 4 dekvery available $69 95 4 up 9 2 8 - 1 180

DISHWASHER

Portable apace saver 18 wide » * n m o r * 2 yeer old $ ' 8 0 522-24>4 GE Elertr. * n g e si brown e i c snt co n d i t i o n $ 2 0 0 or be*1 535-6165

Hospital-Medical E q u i p m e n t

722

Hobbies

-

Coina & S t a m p s

(11J A RAN 1 FED UNIVERSAL SEWING C € N T E P 674-043®

731 Household Pets

COACHMAN CRUSADER 1966 34 1 2 d o o r , raar b e d r o o m , a a . awning Excellent M 9 0 0 729-6612

AFGHAN PUPPY - m e t * 17 w e e k s old. a* * h o u . h o u e e t n ofcan we* icnvd b u t mual *a* $ 2 5 0 4 5 5 2 6 5 2 AKC BUCLMASTIFF PU»>F^ES s h o w • n d p e l Que*fy Both p v a n t * AKC

COACHMAN TRAVEL tr after i r . 1966 N e a p * 1. f u r n a c e Move, r e fngaralor bathroom Vary g o o d c o n d i t i o n $2 2 0 0 ' b e e t 476-7641

818 Auto A Truck Parts A Service

AKC D e c n * h u n d * S c h n e u l e r s or n u l l a H e n , home ralaad pxipia* G u a r a n t e e d Stud s e r v i c a. e groom m g . t e r m * Bob AJtjrechi 522-9360

ALUMINUM W a g o n W h e e l * (5) 15 s 8 - 5x5*4 Bolt P a t t e r n . $ 1 2 5 Ca* 9am-5pm, 425-4540

AKC GOLDEN R » « n e . e i p u p a d e w clawed, a o r m e d , shots 2 malaa, $ 2 2 5 2 lemaMa. $ 2 5 0 326-4039

AUTO ENGINE REPAIR 4 REBUILD AH work g u a r a n t e e d ANNEX WESTLAND 326-5762

AKC r e g M e r e d S r a h - T r u pmppie* champion Moodtna 2 malaa. 9 w e e a s old Lovable 6 g r e a t with chUdren Ca* 652-0529 B A S S E T T MOUNO - F e m a l e . 3 m o old Arst m o t s p a p e r s a v a a a b i e $ 2 5 0 or b e a l altar 476-3918 BOXER PUPPIES, AKC. F a w n , m a l a a . S J 0 0 lamMaa. $ 2 5 0 Ca* a f t e r 5 PM. 517-657-3667 CHESAPEAKE BAY RETREIVER F e m a M . AKC 11 m o e A M wt of ol POMrrttal 534-8396 COCKATiELS t a m e h a n d f e d b a t n a * Moet color* 663-2728 COU.IE- White, r m H a a M p u p p y •hot*. houaeOronen r*ma>* 16 oId ( 7 5 C a n 397-5653 DOBERMAN/Sheoherd female • p a y e d 11 mo* old. a f l e c i a o n a t a . I r o o m l o run g o o d h o m e onfy 354-6649 FUN loving mixed lab. 1 V» year* old G r e a t w a t c h d o g H a * a* s n o t s To good home Cal 8-6pm 261-6643

GREAT WHTTE P y r a n e e a p u p . AKC, rare, e x c l u s i v e beautiful 423-1217 LAB P U P P I E S C h o c o l a t e 6 Ya6ow cap puppw* 693-6499

CAMARO 1985, 2 d o o r s 4 r e e r h a t c h $ 4 5 0 or ba*l o « e r 255-5657 C - 4 a u t o m a t i c tran*ml**ion with new c o n v e n e r low mile* $ 6 5 -» F o r d 4 GM p a r t s 422-1638

GOOD USED TIRES $10 UP Plymouth Canton Southfieid Fatminglor

POODLE P U P S c h a m p i o n sired mant

TURBO 4 0 0 TRANSMISSION 1 9 7 6 wrth c o n v e n o r 5 0 . 0 0 0 ma** Excellent c o n d i t i o n $ 1 0 0 522-9033

Lmcoln-Merci*y

425-3036 I BUT G O O D RUNNING C A R S 1876 to 1963 Call m e b e f o r e you t r a d * Steve 892-0150 569-2771

WANTED

3 5 0 0 0 Plymouth Rd . Uvonla

522-0030

We Buy Cars! All Makes ...Models And Years JACK CAULEY

S O E T COATED W h a a l e n T e m e r 5 yr*. old. g r e a t with kid* CaH 861-1746

PORTABLE DOG KENNELS d e io order 721-2565

COUNTERFEIT DIAMONDS m o u r n e d m 14K gold s e t t i n g s They defy c o m p a r i s o n C a t a l o g by request D i a m o n d D u p l i c a t o r s In Plymouth 453-6650 PEAR SHAPE d i a m o n d ' i n g over S oI * karat « h i t « gold • e t t l n g Beat ofler 344-9465

•06 Boats A Motors BAYUNCR 1963. 24 It S u n b r t d g e S S r a t f o d e p t h Under. 2 2 5 H P Vohro low hour*, tram c o n d i t i o n
C a m e r a s - S u p p l i e s

CANON EF Super 8 m o v i e i 900 Polaroid Old 3A K o d a * j u n i o r 591-3679 MINOL'A X 700 35 m m filter* flash r o o m wide a n g l e c a r r y m r c a a a . $ 3 7 5 Ce» aflar * p m 9 « t - 3 5 » 4 726

865-6079 PAY C A S H FOR YOUR NEW BOAT t o * h o m e u p 10 7SX of • a v a l u e to pey c e a h C a * J o h n bet w e e n 8 3 0 e m - 5 p m Mon thru En 8 5 6 - 2 0 3 0 or 525-1011 Equal h o u a m g lander

Musical Instruments

BALDWIN Acroeoruc P i a n o excellent conditior $ t 2 9 9 or be*t ofter 6 5 1 1049

4 W1NNS 1966 d e c k b o a t . 190 Cent r a B r o u g h a m grey 4 Mue ( 1 9 0 0

BALDWIN PIANO t»68 $2 300 After 6 3 0 p m BALDWIN 5 8 G r a n d wamut ex c e a e m condition $ 11 900 3 4 9 ^ 2 6 6 6

ALL AUTO® 4 T R U C K S J u n k , w r e o e d . r u n n i n g . Too Doaar E 4 M AUTO P A R T S 474-4425 I LL BEAT THEIR PRICE For your vehicle, a n y o o n d f b o n F r e e towing tor (urkla junkers. 6 a m 10pm C h n e t l a n Towing 425-0369 822

aak lahaod i 4 TaSaoranfi araa 536-7771 ty i • l » t li 5

FORD 1967 F150. S u p a r e e b Shorttied V8 a u t o m a t i c stereo c a e e e t t e . kght g r o u p , s p e e d c o n l r o l . fibergiee* cap much m o r e ( 9 2 0 0 427-9370 F O R D 1968 2 5 0 l o e d e d a u t o m a t i c . 4 wheel drive, a a . touring p a r t n o e . 4 0 0 0 mae*. m u s t aa* Beet oltaf Weekday*. 737-2290: Eve* 8 w e e k e n d * . 4 3 7 - 1 6 1 1 F - 1 5 0 1967 S u p e r C e b XLT Larlal L o a d e d 2 0 . 0 0 0 m a e * eWi c v n p e r . $11,995 North Brother* Ford 421-1376 F - 1 5 0 , 1967 XLT S u p e r C a b L o e d e d . 2 lo C h o o e e F r o m a * Brown Ueed Car* 522-0030

B R O N C O II S BIG SELECTION 10 10 C h o o s e BILL BROWN FORD 522-0030 CHEVROLET 1988 S 1 0 Truck 2 ' * Mar 5 speed cap 4 bedbner $6600 326-8308 525-4459

G M C 1962 S 1 5 S i e r r a P i c k u p Power s t e e r i n g , power b r a k a a . Mereo. • p u t r e e r window, c u a t o m c a p E x t r * cleen 4 ready"

INTERNATIONAL 1970 - 10 yard d u m p truck, g o o d condition, u n * kke n e w Going Out ol $4,500 453-0561 mu*t •ell, I N I S S A N 1986 Pickup with c u s t o m c a p T N * o n e ' s f r o m Florida; J E F F B E N S O N CAR CO 562-7011 RANGER. 1988 XLT mae* $7,995 North Brother* Ford

3 300

421-1376

PLYMOUTH. 1964 Voyager G r e e t t a m a y van. * m o m — c Nr. ( 3 . 9 * 6

FOX HILLS

ChT| M e r - P l y m o u t h 455-8740 961-3171 I 7 w a r r a n t y Low rack A b o * 453-2369

VOYAGER 1066. uon. ( 6 . 1 0 0 Ca* after 6pm

823 Van* A E R O S T A R XLT 1987. 7 p a s s e n g e r air p o w e r steering, b r a k e * , crulee. ireo $ 5 9 0 0 459-5870 A E R O S T A R 1986 - 7 liter a u t o m a t i c « r AmFm e t c 3 3 OOC m a e s $ 8 7 0 0 4 5 5 - 6 6 0 4 A E R O S T A R 1967 XLT 7 o e r s . l o e d e d only 21.000 n $1i.900 h m e e p e r k Uncom-mercury 4 5 3 - 2 4 2 4 sxt lOO

BLAZER 8 1 0 1 9 6 3 4X4. a a

narao

Cicn*wil 466-7(11

BLAZER. 1964. S - 1 0 TahOe p a c k a g e . l o e d e d . low m 6 a a A b a r a a k v Day* 222-0659 E v e e 855-5379 BLAZER. 1967 S W rad. i m m a c u l a t e B.000 m a e a . o ( * i o n * Alarm Garag* kepi (12.905 361-5624 B R O N C O M. 19*4 L o a d e d ' New tire* E x c e a e n t ' 5 ( p e e d 8 1 , 0 0 0 rmtae ( 6 , 5 0 0 476-1924

GORDON CHEVROLET O N F O R D ROAD IN GARDEN CITY

* 427-6200 BEAUVILLE 1986 Ven 8 0 0 0 m a a a 9 p e s e e n g e r 350 VS. fu* p o w e r $14,695

GORDON CHEVROLET ON F O R O ROAD PI GARDEN CITY

427-6200 CARAVAN, 19-84 SE. 7 >oadec high rmies. njn»

greet 476-3150

$4 495

CHEVROLET 1963. « e n

dark blua axcekent

•xtntmrmon.

$4,100

427-8333

CHEVROLET. 1962, fu* s u e van c o n v e r s i o n Aa. e x t r a s h a r p ( 5 . 7 5 7

453-4600

453-4600 CHEVY C-30 VN! 1983, hloh roof, u s e d a s amCxjlance $ 2 9 0 0 C a *

amomaOc. Warrant!

ERHARD BMW

352-6030 BMW 1966 5 2 8 E d a r k M u e g o o d c o n d i t i o n sunroof o n e o w n e r Beet Oftar 612-4606 BMW 1*87 3 2 5 E S 2 d o o r 5 s p e e d red. $ 1 8 , 9 0 0

ERHARD BMW

352-6030 BMW 1967 3 2 5 i, M a c k / W a t * leather. a u t o m a t i c . LTD t u p . r a a r heedie*i 4 door. 20.000 mae* ( 2 2 . 0 0 0 / b e e t 9AM-SPM 666-0077 BMW. 1968 735! 3 t o c h o o e e f r o m . $ 3 8 500

ERHARD BMW Many

FORO 1964 B r a n o o H, 4 s p e e d 4 • n e e d n v e b r w e n eiti t a n Interior, n e w b r a k e * , n e w tiree. new n m a . Hke new. ( 5 . 4 0 0 826^1778

loeded,

J E E P , 1962. C J 7 304 V-6. 3 w e e d , p o w e r n a e r l r i g / b r a f c a a . c u a t o m me1a*lc Mue. n o rum. a p e a e i c h r o m e $4900 826-7867 J E E P 1087 automatic. Mr. * m - f m 4 d o o r lock*.

CORVETTE 1977 - w h d e *ut j m a a c t - l o p * . r e d interior s t o r e d wVMars. ( 6 0 0 0 or b e a t oftar 346-7117 MONOA A C C O R D 1967 LX1. 4 d o o r , a u t o m a t i c , l o a d e d . (Mr. m i root, i, M S * t i l power w i n d o w s 4 locks) 38.000ml ( 9 , 9 0 0 455-0571

J E E P I 9 6 0 - Ltd. R a d 1800 $ 2 3 , 0 0 0 Dee: 3 5 3 - 1 3 3 3 RANGER. 16*6. A u t o m a t i c d e a n . (4.9*5 North Brothers Ford 421-1378

•25 S p o r t s A Imported C a r s ACURA L e g e n d 1966. 5 I p e e d . exceaent condMon. 46.000 m m . aun roof. ( 1 4 , 4 0 0 865-9124 AUOI C O U P E 1 * 6 6 GT c o m m e m o rative edition G r a p h i t e Mack Muat a a a

PRELUOE, 1064 54,000 m*ei

Sacrttoe

BILLCOOKAUDI 471-0800

D O O G E RAM 150 C * g o Van 1966. p o w e r ( l e e r i n g , b r a k e * a u l o Exoalieni c o n d i t i o n After 8 p m 9 8 1 - 6 1 4 5

BILL C O O K AUDI 471-0800 good

ERHARD BMW

352-6030

S»«km 1960 s u j O a U k j i i . 1 9 6 7 N o v a It. SS. ( 6 9 0 5 1968 C a m a r o . 3 2 7 V8 S p o r t * C o k j * ( 6 6 0 5 1966 C o r vette ConvertlM*. original. ( 2 2 . 5 0 0 1986 G T 0 C o n v e r t i b l e . ( 1 1 J * 6 1967 GTO C o n v e r t i b l e . ( 1 0 . 9 9 6 Leeve n a m e 4 m a a a a g a 661 6600

Hia. i w * w n e n c a n ntoiofs ALLIANCE 0L. IM>4 Sedan. 5 condRion $ 1300 firm 531-7140 Hi

5

HONDA 1965 Accord LX. 5 s p e e d , • v . Mereo i m i n s , c h e r c o e l . excellent ( 6 5 0 0 or beet ofler 525-2573 HONOA, 1066. LXI. 4 d o o r 5 a p a a d sunroof l o e d e d ( 7 9 0 0 450-5326 HONOA 1968 P r e l u d e 81. a u t o m a t i c air, iow m a a * mm condition $ 11.000/ofter After 5. 3 4 6 - 2 2 1 3 HONOA 1967 A c c o r d LX - G o l d . $8,900 Ca* a * f e » * n 12noorv-5pm 625-8127 MASERATI 1964 low m 6 e * * m J m ; i n a n e power window* l o c k s s a leather s u e d * $ 1 5 . 5 0 0 864-5735 MAZDA RX7 - 1967 Luxury, 16.000 m a e a . red. *unroof, $ 1 3 , 3 0 0 420-2430 453-1190 MAZDA-1965 GLC Delux* 5 • p e e d , 4 doc« a m t m c a e e e t t e . sunroof. 24.000 m a a a . ( 3 . 9 0 0 4 5 5 - 6 3 6 4 19*8 3 2 3

SE.

RENAULT E n c o r e . 1965 - A u t o m a t ic. » em/frr. c e e e e f t e . n e w I k c r s H tire* 47J300 m k a * G o o d c o n d k m n (2500/beet 477-1631

8S8 Butck CENTURY LTD T981. v-6, 4 door. ar. power steermn. brskae, stereo-' tape No ruatl (1900 646-8668 CENTURY 1964 K*•dedf Great condition (3600 or tMMt ofler Cad evemngs. 437-6*21 CENTURY, 1964. T Nlew tire*. e>cedent condition air am-fm caa 471-3012 •arie Beat oftar. CENTURY l o e d e d . wf ( 5 800

28.000 i Mue 553-0297

CENTURY 1 9 * 6 - 4 4 0 0 0 m * a a 4 door crceaa tat. Mr p o w e r lock*. ongmal AFT a

(BUM

0CV«X£ W . H M M B

a*taa*ta*. M M

a w u t WB LOW M s mca o n 2 ta «l • 11.MB.

LESABRE, 1963 4 d o o r 2 3 0 0 0 m a e * Ml c n a a a . Mr m u c h m o r e . ( 5 495

GORDON CHEVROLET ON FORO ROAD M GARDEN CJTY

427-6200

427-6200 DOOGE 1987 Dakota. 8 Ft bed a* equipment Priced 10 M* Ca* after 8 PM 464-3575

BILL C O O K BUICK 471-0800

SSI r r M M r r ~ ALLANTE, 1967 7 . 8 0 0 m a e * b e e u ttful Only ( 3 2 . 9 0 5 New List (54.500.

GORDON CHEVROLET ON FORO ROAD IN GARDEN CfTY

427-6200 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE T087. l o e d e d ( 1 5 . 0 0 0 . 2 1 . 0 0 0 m a a a . Altar 8pm CADILLAC. 1965 ladle* car a e t h e r , and 42.504 m * e e it's Meek e n d * a p e r k l a a . (10.900 453-2424 exl 400 COUPE DEVILLE. 19*6 - Like n e w Fu*y l o e d e d . 12.000 m. ( 1 4 . 0 0 0 / b e e t o f l e i Ca* 6 - 8 p m 261-6643 C O U P E . 1979 d a Vtaa S h o w r o o m n e w o n e owner c a r . only ( 3 . 9 * 5

FOX HILLS

ChryMar-PI)enouth 455-8740 961-3171

CA44ARO. Z-M. MSB « f * - 4 W mkaa Oeoc now i—iMl LG ldldf 47 V-0038 •5.250 CA44A«0 a* 19*6 u T-lop (aero> (9 .700 2 * aaaa or 523-0*10

.n*> t 9 8 0 . V-8 4|

FOX H I L L S

C A M A R O 19*4 (5250

NOVA t M * CL

C A P R K X 19*5 ad Ctaan G o o n a (5.700/toeM

FACTORY

e o / c a a a e t t * . only 8 . 5 0 0 m a a a tar t h a n new. onfy ( 5 . 9 * 6

CAPfMCE 19*8 C M C . 22.000 la*, l o a d e d . 5 yr w e n H i ( 7 . 0 0 0 b a M ofler By Owner $25-5664 1*67 a I I I : 15.000 m a a a 8 9 . 7 7 9

EVALUATION CARS

6 LEGEND COUPES AND SEDANS

end » 477-3429

3 4 9 0 0 Grand River, East of Drake Farmington HiWs

JACK CAULEY CHEVY LOU I CHEVY/j

Mr. a r * r

LOU LaRICHE CHEVY/SUBARU

453-4600

453-4600 CAPRICE. 1*68 W a g o n * A* low a* 9 0 0 0 mile* fuk p o w e r only

' "GORDON CHEVROLET ON F O R O ROAD M GARDEN CfTY

427-6200 CAVALIER good p l e n t y of o p t i o n * tar 5 2 2 - 3 * 4 0

CAVALIER. 1964 b r a k e s . auK uon. ( 3 1 0 0

FOX HILLS

of

537-1*05

CAVALIER 1963 4 d o 6 r a u t o a k Good condition ( 1 . 6 2 5 Ca* 427-6126 Power Maartno/ ak G r e a t o o n A 333-0773

FTTH AVENUE. 1**4 1 '

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CAVALJER. 1966 2 doors, m a a * . a m o m e O c . Mr. ( 4 . 6 * 5

low

G H

O E

R V

D R

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ON FORD R O A O a i OAR

427-6200

GORDON CHEVROLET ON FORD ROAD M GARDEN CITY

427-6200

MOR EUROSPORT >966 4 door. 6 <

GORDON CHEVROLET

This

ON F O R O ROAD M G A R O O I CTTV

427-6200 FLEETWOOD.

1968 B r o u g h a m e. (18.900

FLffTWOOO, d o o r . Mr. *R. < acre luxury O m y ( * . 9 * 5

ALL STAR

BILL C O O K B U I C K 471-0800

USED CAR

I

Bill C o o k M a z d a 471-0800 MERCEDES 1967. 250 SE. o o u p a . nww engine. m e c h e r e c a C y * c u i d . g r e e t condition $ 6 5 0 0 049-4643 MERCEDES 1979 3 0 0 0 loaded, m m t c o n d i t i o n , a* r e c o r d * . 6 4 . 0 0 0 m a e * ( 9 6 5 0 or b e « oltar Rlcherd 5 6 3 - 0 0 2 2 or 5 6 3 - 3 6 7 8

BRAND NEW 1989 TEMPO GL

MERCEDES 1968 190E. 2 5 Mar, ( 000 mae*. ( 2 6 . 0 0 0 work 566-9000 MERKUR

XR4T1

1965

A*.

Price '11,634 MERKUR. 1088'-! X R 4 » F a c t o r y o f n a m car*. Moonroof 4 l e a t h e r , low Dont M perk kncom 453-2424 ext

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JACK C A U L E Y CHEVROLET

TAMAROFF BUICK S SELECT USED CARS & TRADE-INS

OVER 150 TO CHOOSE FROM

TaSalaC

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ELDORADO 1981 B l a m B

ELDORADO 19*6 BMrrtU. bMga. loeded. leather, executive car. 3 1 0 0 0 m M * $11,500 476-2035

na*. \

JACK CAULEY CHEVY

l. 2 8 . 8 0 0

EL D o r a d o 19*0 350 V8 g a * . 44.500 m a w . I k * n e w . w e *

aMa. c o n v M t a R e d u c e d Irom ( 3 ^ 5 0 l o ( 2 . 4 6 9 TYME AUTO

427-6200 MONTE C A R L O .

5

CA^S^ME^

SPECIAL PURCHASE

GORDON

MONTE t r

J A C K CAULEY (

E- ISO. 1962 C u s t o m Van A u t o r f e -

. maa^nc^yg^^ne

S T

400

D O O G E 198 1 Ram 250 * t o n torn p o w e r n e e r m g / b r a k a a . n e w t r e n a m i e e i o r . ( 1 , 6 0 0 Bob 7 2 2 - 4 3 * 6

DOOGE. 1084 Caravan LE. ak. t*t. cnaae. aulomebc common $4 790

wanr

i\j£Tan£m» MO Chevrolet

ESTATE WAGON 1979 high maea, no ruet. ( 1 . 2 0 0 C a * a f l a r 5om 535-7740

(9200

AUOI. 1966 4 0 0 0 C S O u a l t r o 5 • p e e d . Mr. Mairoal. lu* power, duel

BMW 1983 3201 5 s p e e d m a a * warranty. ( 8 . 9 0 5

red.

HONDA, 1964 a c c o r d . LX. 4 d o o r , automatic, excellent condition. 53.000 m a e a ( 4 . 8 0 0 474-8786

MAZDA After 5PM 464-7149

1*61

a

BILL C O O K BUJCK 471-0800 PARK AVE.. 19*6. laaflia mm I J L * brakes an'mm. (ICB00 Owy 455-8120 E e i 454-06*7 SUBARU XT. 16*6 E i. — i l c o n * non. u n m e t , a k . ( 6 * 0 0 4 2 5 - 3 7 7 5 REGAL 1981 MoM opOona. 56.000 ecluM mass, clean. (2450 '29-9*03 TOYOTA S U P R A T967REGAL 19*6. (3.000 nde*. Mr, r x z dMon (6.500 544-467* RftflERA 1963 i es*ini condMlon. VOLVO. 1977. 240 S e n e * C o l o r a d o DM power (4.500 car - In I H r f a g a r 2 yr* 862-0291 (1800/beat 532-2363 RIVIERA 19*5 Bumaidy mm anVOLVO 19*6. GL. 4 d o o r , a u n r o o t . dau lop Loaded 57 .000 ml Mwe Every option 4 5 . 0 0 0 m * a a brakes mock*, axheust area En1(12.900 8 4 1 - 7 6 2 1 hanced stereo (6 ISO 540-372* RfVCRA-lOCS. loeded 1 power 852 CIsmIc C a r s FORD MAVERICK 1972 V-6, 2 MuM ao* After 8PM 464-1*67 RrynERA t 9 6 5 v a . Mr. a m u t o t a d mvnaculsia Interior (2000 Aflar convertible t o p ware* CM. c n a e e 8 6pm, 647-3633 m u d t m o r e PersonM Lux»*yft FORD 1906 * ion. Ceck. * Oklahoma BILL C O O K BUICK truck, new brake aye em. V8. cleen. 525-6325 471-0800 $1750 After 6PM LEMANS. 1967. Com•ertltae 326 V- SKYLARK 1976. 4 d o o r 8 writ- aa red very onge-iM. eices- M e e r m g ; b r a k e s , no ruet. V6. ( 7 5 0 5*6-6234 lent condition. (6005 6*2-6433 or beal oltar

ALLIANCE. 1963. 0 L 8 6 . 0 0 0 m * a a . Mr e x c e a e n t c o n d t o o n . e m - f m c a s sette $2 100 J o h n 533-2260

HONOA

F O R O B R O N C O M. 1964. XL s p o r t p e c k a g e . V-6. power H a w k ig 4 b r a k a a ak. emfm u e r e o ceaeelte. n o ruet. a a k m g ( 6 6 0 0 685-0040

Turtle. l e e M k t H M 0 O J ta

352-6030 CORVETTE 1 9 7 6 Leather Fu* (7.600/beat

D O O G E . 1968 R a m c h a r o a r , l o e d e d . ( 1 5 . 0 0 0 / b a a t C a l . 313-454-0300, 517-546-1255 Ext 2 1 7 or

AUOI 1087 5 0 0 0 C S T u r b o 4 door a u t o m a t i c . Mr. duM h e e l e d M e t * A B S trip c o m p u t e r , sunroof 4 m o r a Onfy 2 4 . 0 0 0 mOsa Rad wfth Mack l e a t h e r C h e c k it outl-

D O O G E . 1976 Ven S t e m 6 w i n d o w v a n wfth b e d . Run* g o o d (250 582-1

352-6030 BMW 19*8 3 2 5 4 door M a c k . 3 1 . 0 0 0 rnHee, ( 1 6 000

HONOA LX HATCHBACK 1964, 5 s p e e d low m a e * $ 4 5 0 0 CM! 391-2704

CHEVY 1984 C o n v e r s i o n V a n . s h a r p a* power aaereo. TV h o o k i ^ $ 7 2 0 0 C a * after 4PM 464-2369

D O O G E S P O R T S M A N V a n 1977u i c a > a i i i c o n d m o n . low ml. ( 2 5 0 0 After 4pm. 6 2 4 - 0 2 4 5

ERHARD B M W

C J 2 1947 wllh f i b e r g l a s s body, n e e d * peant 6 wiring. ( 6 0 0 6 5 2 - 6 0 4 2

J E E P C o m m e n c K e . 1966 - 4 mKmrn drive Loaded Low m * e * Cleen Cap 1 ownar ( 7 4 0 0 356-3562

CHEVY BLAZER 1987- 2 wheel d r i v e luily l o a d e d b o u g h i 4 driven rt T e x a s until Ias1 Fa* (11400 268-3658

roo r

B R O N C O . 1968 EdtSe B a u e r 3 5 1 A u t o m a t i c , air. m u c h m o r a 11.000 maea. ( 1 7 , 9 9 5 North Brothers Ford 421-1376

BEAUVILLE. 1966 Van miles fu* p o w e r $9 9 9 5

P l y m o u t h Rd - Juat Waat o11-275

GORDON CHEVROLET ON F O R O ROAD IN GARDEN CITY

421-1376

G R A N O W A G O N E R 1666 L o a d e d , low m l * e g * . li l * s i p e c k a g e excelkem c o n d i t i o n . ( 1 2 J 0 5 375-0561

Ptymouth Rd - J u s t Wes1 of 1-275

D O O G E 1965 150 P i c k u p 8 cy9nd e r Mr a u t o m a t i c , ( 5 8 9 5

automatic.

A S T R O 1986, clean. 4 3 V-6, heavy duty suspenwon. 21,000 m**i $6500 533-0417

LOU LaRICHE CHEVY/SUBARU

DOOGE 1977 P / U . V8 4 s p e e d , n e w tiree Many e x t r a * Vary g o o d c o n d u non $1400/beat 454-2437

FOX HILLS

Chryaler-Wymouth 455-8740 961-3171

565-4268

low

352-6030 BMW 1986 3 2 S E S 2 d o o r . S i 8 year 60.000 maa warranty. (18.500

352-6030

G M C 1969 J i m m y . f u P , 4 0 0 0 m 6 e * ( 1 6 . 5 0 0 Sevwl

V8.

v

LWUBWf. i*S* LTP > d e e r . V *

5331. Florida o a r a *

BMW 1966 526EA S a k e b r o w n aut o m a t i c . warranty, ( 1 6 . 6 0 0

G M C . 1968 S 1 5 J i m m y 4 X 4 . 4 3 l o a d e d including OaOart ( 1 3 . 7 5 0 375-2040

A S T R O CL 1968 g r a y 9 500 m a a * $ 1 3 900

"

PARK AVENUE- 19*2 4 _ d o o r . V*. 900 taeae

352-6030

ERHARD BMW

824 J e e p e A Othar 4-Wheel Drives

BRONCO. 1964 V-8 m o r e , low m a e a . ( 6 . 2 9 5 North Brother* Ford

S

BILL C O O K B U I C K 471-0600

ERHARD BMW

ERHARD BMW

mora

a

168 8 8 —

lapl*

G M C 1606 S a f a r i Van. SLE. a k . aut o m a t e . crulee. tat power l o c k s 6 • e n d o w s Deluxe In 6 o u t 6 6 2 - 6 6 4 0

CHEVY 1968, 4X4, I t ion. 350 e n g i n e . $ 14 JOO 693-2579

TRUCKS BIG SELECTION Ranger*. 4 Fu* S u a Bill Brown Ford 522-0030

CeBuier Phones

1 O aOA TON BARN Char* teaks He* ai 30 tr, 80X aM 710 Sporting Goods F X I R T J W ami t d m . •1 A k J y n e I m e e ' e r m m g in r hm* IM0 5(2 4120 *n t s e i l p n Kmi H>-4 HV4 r i R f A R k M INBTNUCTIC 476-J176 • I Peranr 4AVTN SO* Wrt and approby t o r e s , arser A t i T-a*" wea »m heal $ • .mo 446-*000 Ca* U H e e 61 J m a

AJr

LOU L a R I C H E CHEVY/SUBARU

DODGE DAKOTA, 1968 D u r N t n e r c a p s n conditioning, m a n y e x t r a s $9200 4 30pm-7 30pm 522-5613

M * W . 1*84 3161 6 s p e e d Mue. s h a r p $ 1 0 , 9 0 0

BMW 1965 32SEA 2 d o o r , d a r k black, automatic, low mile*. (15.900

VOYAGER S E AC lea. Grey I 2.000 After

r

— - J S ^

F O R O 1666. E - 3 5 0 C a r g o Van. —136.000 471-6072

njet proceed and condition $6,300

F - 2 5 0 PICK UP 1966. XI p a c k a g e 2 wheel d n v e . n e w lire*, c l e a n , we* m a i n t a i n e d $8 750 or M e t 346-2500

Trucks For Sale

r j s t p r o o h n c , 14.000 AAA STORAGE B o e l s . Ti Mia i . Trucfca

cap, iwtn V6. 5

C a r s W a n t a d

CHEVY S-10 1986, a u t o m a t i c power steering,''brake* 38 0 0 0 rmte* $5495 425-4 754

BLUE E M K M - l « « . I t a h e u r e e d y $ 5 W S Ca* aflar SPM 724

Junk

Silverado P i c k u p Automatic, air crut** Wt. 350 e n g i n e 1 * 4 $ i 1,444

POLARIS 1979 CoOra with 1967 4 6 6 very faat $650 1963 Y a h a m a E m i c e r 300. u a a d 2 i * a * o n . e x t r * . (975 525-0506

Jewelry

FORD R a n g e r STX C a b custom cap, o v e r d r i v e . 52.000 maa*. l o a d e d (6.500 393-0778

855-0014 821

CHEVROLET 1967 v.

PROFESSIONAL GROOMING Ear*. 4 s h a m p o o No Iranquillzlng Specializing In Pal AJbrecht 5 2 2 - 9 3 6 0

F O R K 1964. Van O o o d work • u c f c (3250 476-0092

CHEVROLET

740 Pet Services GOING AWAY' N e e d * p l a c e t o Leave your p a t s ? E x t r a TLC given Vel Uvea o n pi T r e e * AJ b r e e d g r o o m i n g available Ba* C r e e k Kennala- For r a a e r v e b o r 421-1144

F O N D 1963 R a n g e r - 6 8 . 0 0 0 i tie . ( 1 7 1 R O B S GARAGE. 2 6 1 0 0 Waal 7 536-6647

AUTO S & TRUCK S

Bill Brown -USED CARS-

w e * arty 11,875 TYME AUTO

BMW 1064

B R O N C O 1963 Fu* B o e Stick araft. IHl kit. Mg tire* ( 4 . 4 0 5

SIBERIAN HUSKY alx m o n t h * old. lemal*. n e u t e r e d . Waek a n d whfte Ca* 261-0046

AKC b r e d lor quality t e m p e r a m e n t 1-634-4633

FORO, 1 * 7 1 c a m p e r nan. ( 0 2 . ran* o o o d . n a w V a n * ruery b m fcvaly. 1 ( 0 0 C a * I AM t o 6 P M 421-6140

G M C 1968 FULL SIZE P i c k - u p 3 0 5 liner, 6 6 0 0 rm, $ 8 9 9 5 After 8pm 276-0463

AKC, love455-9471 455-0213

WEST HIGHLAND Whrta T e r r * P u p p i e a AKC, V e t - c h e c k e d $ 2 9 5 b eat 536-3145

b e d . b u * M n c a . r a d e r a . i n t , . TV, h o o k - w p lor V C R . ( 1 5 J 0 0 6 2 5 - 1 6 6 6

FOR LATE MODEL LOW MILEAGE CARS

HINES PARK

F L E E TW O O O ^

1667 • A m /

ALWAYS LOOKING

RHOOESlAN R i d g e b e c k 1 m a l e , i b o m Nov 24 1968 AKC 553-3041

Movmc 863-47

F O R O Van C o n v e r s i o n

« ( * rjmm a a T i p K M

1 0 4 0 0 aa. I I locks, 544-8706

B R O N C O 1962 XLT a u t o . 5.8 Mar. c r u l e e . heevy ( M r a u a p e n e w n Very cleen ( 4 9 5 0 477-28«

£se«c»«0y U n c o l r M e r c u r y pco
Cars

FORD I960 Pickup, area! t r u c k , very o o o d coi'idWon $ 2 5 0 0 8 A M - 6 P M 4 4 3 - 9 6 0 6 Evee 5 5 7 - 4 9 5 5

Autos W a n t a d

P O O D L E TOY. b r o w n maM 9 w e e k * . AKC. he* first s h o t s < 2 2 5 550-4667

SPANIEL Mixed » r a e d lo * g o o d h o m e with older children. $20 •her 6pm, 537-6045

•1X400

BILL C O O K BUICK 471-0800

<20

s t a n d a r d . Mack exceaeni temper652-1757

SHIM-TZU PUP, m a l a *cne 10 w e e k *

FORD. 194€ PICK-UP. g o o d o o n * or b a a l oltar CaB aMar I7J

F O R O ARCOSTAM. I B M

OAE

•25 3

455-7803 454-0472 353-0453 477-0673

TIRES • 4. aa terrain radial. B.F G o o d r i c h , 31 i 10 5 x 15. n e w e r . $ 2 2 0 be*'. Eva* 473-4044

PERSIAN CAT to a g o o d h o m e p u r e b r e d , adult, n e u t e r e d m a l e N e e d * comparaonerMp 549-7601

723

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SportsA Imported Cara

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F O R O RANGER STX 1966 wWi c a p .

m j r t H O PROMOTIONAL Modal Toy C a r * A i m a a a * Aiao old m o d a l kit* Ca* 779-3747

•02 SnowmobHee

MUX AND CB a* c t O T i w •tor WW c a b l e 1 ' «

til

F O R D RANGER P I C K U P 196* 4 6 . 0 0 0 m a a * ( 3 62*. Chevy ( . «

736 Wanted T o t u y

SELLING Saver Dollar Collection a s low as $6 Excellent inv e s t m e n t , Larry 489-4125

IV, ltd*

oil

Cv *e*

MM4*as HARLEY FXRB-1961 low nam. 8.000 maas. (9.000 A

COLlECOR

G'RL S BEDROOM Se« W h i l e P-oBEAU'lFUL S f e m w a y G r a n d 8 loot virvciel ' a r — « ' with mirror GE RANGE 2 yrs old a b s o l u t e l y m s a t m ebony witf 1 lad T H i i r 2 fwm n e e d b o e r d * "ww condition a l m o n d Macs g i a a * cent tone $6995 $150 86 1 4 1 8 4 o v e r rloor sell U e e n m g deluxe Piano aiflh modei New co et $ 7 0 0 sen p r i c e GRINNELL S P t N E t K TCHEN C A B I N E ' S P a m t e d U w m e d a * r i browrn $ 3 0 0 3 yr w a r r a n t y ieh 4 7 6 - 7 0 6 3 matching bench ai wrfh formica c o u n t e r t o p Eioaie x c e a e n t co n d i t i o n $ 5 9 5 3 9 6 - 2 7 6 5 « r t condition $ 3 0 0 645-5967 INVENTOR* CLEARANCE Display m o d e l s b u a i - m refrigera- HAMMOND . 143 T o n e Ber O r g a n KITCHEN table 4 4 c h a i r * b u t c h e r Cherry v » * h $ 4 0 0 Revo 30 S o u n d tors 4 h a e i a r s 30 s u b z e r o c o m b i MOCk fop greer, w g s g o o d c o r x l t system $ 2 0 0 u p r i g h t P « n o Waknut nation 18 Defiance c o m b i n a t i o n t o n Best iller 553 3695 $100 842-3109 38 Defiance - e n iger at ,v A o t h e r s 1 , mfc T *y«oi snail colonial p m e 4 AS priced lo go Bath M a g i r HAMMOND ORGAN M 1 0 3 s o a d 332 E . incom Royal O a * cosier b e d triple d r e M e r H u t c h cherry-fruit Vv*h a k * new $ 9 0 0 •ghied i w r o r $500 8 5 ' 1888 beet 8 4 6 '596 MAKE 0 * F f R SALE , IV1NG ROOM t w n r f u r e 1 s o l * wtfh ' - • w r w i r e f r i g e r a t o r s s t o v e e m i c r o KIMBALi a p e r t m e n t G r a n d P i a n o w a v e s TV a aar c o n d t t i o n e r t ADC J p e e c h c h a a s at Y ol original coat 4 8 Walnut V * a h b e n c h e « r . a * » r t 348-6445 orders s c r e p i e d 2880- SouthHeld l a t h r u p 5 5 9 2 9 0 0 or S 3 * 7 8 0 0 condition $ 2 8 0 0 A f l * S 4 2 1 - 5 0 5 8 .OUVER DRAPES vertical* Cream OBi.Ft a f l a ' color t e x t u r e d t a b n c for » e v e r « IPRKIHT FREEZER 20OJ H $250 N wood L * a new Muet *aa $ 2 2 5 or w m d o w s • 2 dor* weMs 4 two S3 1 5^5-8238 heat oner Ca* 453-0122 wv»e all 84 s t a n d a r d l e n g t h 1 * 1 new 344 1008 DASHER K a n m o r a white M l M / l PIANO BMca T n u m p n e g o o d corv G e a Oryar OC RALEIGH G r a n d "Mi ? l V-A»f> FNTEPT AMMENT c a r l e Beat o f t a r * 1 9 8 344U Schwwm World ' • » i l l M 2 7 ' 10 20 l o u a r * coUi TV VCR c e b m e i 3 •peer! both « . r i * n t condHKm k p a e k a r t V e e < nndmon 937-66TU $ 2 0 0 tor horh at beat nMer After pair iy chairs ijtm ta 8orn 9 3 7 1 * 9 * rehears e n d t a o e l e m o * SONY M n color TV e m o a a S'e Dim •*> che*-* Smger sewing me" k l » $.150 S o n y -eei »e real ' a p e - w r i v d w »OV4C MO 19 i 714 Businees A f n t e i-okv IV $44 9 c o l t e t e r a r 87»M04 eraiver R 3 J ' $40 522-4306 Office E q u i p m e n t P O « T * » t § he y 9ut> . W W t dryer $ 3 7 5 4 p« 1 « n e l l e sei | I 7 » O t t P l A V C A a i N C T S moveha* oft ftegi 4 hrow^ 1 • h e n Al *• 729 CB Redioe ion* M M n g a n d * r « i Ca* 4*1-04»0

P*y

vetue

P E R S I A N KITTEN, m a l e . C E A . c r e a m , shot*, top guaBty, Utter I r o n e d $ 2 5 0 Paul 421-6273

CHURCH CHAIRS l30V-P!u»h new beige $42 e a c h Multiple u s e s Slack a b l e 5 5 9 - 2 3 5 7 368-7250

711

Om*AM. V«*ue $ 8 000

CONN tar o a r a l M b

718 Building Materials

Misc. For Sate

ART FOR SALE - • * m a g a t a 4 E r t e prints 851-5437

OAK

7J4 Trade or S a l

• 2 2 T r u c k s For Sale

MORED 19*2 PeugeoL (200 Oood L o a d a d l ( 1 0 . 6 0 0 C a * condition SU7UK1. 19*7 250 Quad Racer F O H O RANGER 1964: V-«. s o c k new (2300 722-1567 T r a dUka e raal a o o 4 al YAMAHA-1979. KB 1100 SpaOaL o*$ 3 0 0 0 >'beal 1978 mFa aISO. a . 300/9/Mick cooMr. wee, ber. low mass. $1,200 o$ o1 n9 d5 l0n o/ bne. a82.000 l or baM 9(7-3730

RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT

TRACTOR, a n t i o u e Avery R u n n i n g n e e d s s o m e work include* disc Offer 476-3353

WATERBED-super single Healer p a d d i n g solid wood f r a m e 4 b o o « c a s T h e a d b o a r o $200 522-7489

ROWING MACHINE a n d a x e r d e e Mka Both * k . new | 7 5 «ac*> Cai 476-6619

LABRADOR P u p p i e a AKC. C h a m p . o n m a a . y e a o w s 4 black*. Melee 4 l a m l a i A. >11 a Ma F e b r u a r y 25th $300 632-6005

A A T E R B E C - S u p e r s i n g l e wav m a t t r e s s 4 h e a l e i Excellent c o n d i tion $ - 5 0 4 21-73 1 7

FORMICA o u e e n s u e b e d r o o m set -ncludes I r e s s e n m * t i r * e * 4 box s p r i n g s $900 c o r m i c a a n t e r l a i n menl centai $300 2 sofa* $500 w h i t e lacquer cocktail tarn* $50 C u s t o m m a d e b e v e l e d g l a s s t o p for d m i n g -oom t a b l e 90 X 4 0 $700 8511795 FURNITURE R E A S O N A B L E ' Bed img t a t u e appliance* Good shape

ooeaeeaeri

J

LAWN EQUIPMENT • 2 > h p Kawasaki c o m m e r c i a l unrt wtlh 52 c u t t e r $ ' 8 5 5 . ' b e a t 3hp eogei $220'be*i Toro commercial G r o u n d m a a l e r 2 ' 7 die***, wfth 62 cutter 4 seat $6765/be*t Tore commercial w*ik-behind mower wtlh 44 b a g 4 cutler $ 1 9 9 5 best Toro c o m m e r c i a l Ground master diesei 72 with 72 c u t t e r 4 s e a t $5600 best "oro rotary bieoe grind $ 1 9 5 ' b e s 1 B a r b a r a S c h m i d t . Mon -Fri 9 - 5 1-600-426-9174

SNOWBlOWER W a r d s Bhp 3 s p e e d elect nc. star- $ 3 5 0 5 3 2 - 5 1 2 0

Sei of 1983 C a d i a a c c h r o m e h u b c a p s Call a h e r 5 p m 5 9 1 - 2 1 8 6

OCIUKS ra
P O O t TABLE- 4 x 8

•12

GERMAN S H E P H E R D l a r g e 8 m o n t h * , *oBd M a c * , h o u e a b r o k a n , n o p a p e r s $ 2 0 0 or Deal 532-2124

WATERBED - Queer. New c o m p l e l e set $ 3 5 0 or best Leave - n e a s a g e 538-7200

' A R M I N G - O N HILLS Bedroom 4 riving -oom mi-sc i t e m * Must s e * Ask for Eit* 4 78-8035

SINGER MOOfi

730 Sporttng floods

313-937-1124 715

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REWARD! YOURSELF WITH SAVINGS

"SPECIAL PURCHASE" 1988 TAURUS GL'S and SABLE GS

"SPECIAL PURCHASE"

auto O-D trans., fa factory air conditioning—AM/FM stereos, tilt wheel & cruise control. Good color selection. 60 month financing available, plus low Interest rate. Balance of FoMoCo 6 yr. 60. 000/mile power train warranty available.

European designed, automatic, four wheel anti-lock braking system, power front and rear seats, locks and windows, full analog instrumentation, power moonroof, speed control, electronic climate control system, graphic information module and much more!

1988 SCORPIO

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<1000 REBATE ON TEMPOS & AEROSTARS - OR * *

ON SELECT MODELS 1ttS AEROSTAR WAGON

1909 T E M P O QL 2 DOOR

WAS: $15M*

$1000 REBATE

NOW: ' 1 2 , 2 9 5 *

WAS: S11.113

NOW: # 7 9 9 5 *

1989 PROBE GL

1989 ESCORT

WAS: ttZSZl

NOW:

FOUR DOORS 50 TO CHOOSE FROM Your Choice SALE PRICED

from $ 9 8 8 8

$

$500 REBATE

1 1 , 4 0 5 *

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NOW:

FROM

$

NOW: • 5 9 9 5 *

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AIR

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LOADED

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«15,488

WAS:

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WAS:

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F-150 XL

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P21S.-70B H

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1 8 , 6 8 9 *

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1989 RANGER 4x2 PICKUP

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1989 A E R O S T A R

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D u a l c a p t a m a c n a i r * 7 p a a a a n g a r . air. priv a c y glass.. raar w i n d o w w a i t e r / w i p e r , a p a a d c o n t r o l . ttR aft aal. 3 0 M a r a n g i n a , a u t o m a t i c ovardrtva tranemlealon. P 2 1 6 / 7 0 A - 1 4 S L M a c k i d e w e i a l a a a a o n ttraa raar w i n d o w d a f r o a t a r S l o c k M0OO6

WAS '14,093

WAS '15,487

YOUR PRICE

$8294*

$

W A S '7255

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$

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XLT trim, deluxe two-tone paint. X L T e q u i p m e n t group, l a t d t n a . M u > i arfi—I trim. 2 3 M a r E F I a n g i n a . % a p a a d manual overd r l v a trananwaaton. P 2 1 6 a t a a l o u t l i n e d w h i t e l e M e r e d aM n a a cm t t r a a c l a a r c o a t paarrt ttfvar m e f c a c c e n t S t o c k 0 6 7 5 6

WAS '11,255

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5885*

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WAS '11,907 YOUR PRICE

$9295*

1989 F E S T I V A " L " PLUS 1.3 liter 4 cylinder engine 4 speed manual t r a n s m i s s i o n . P145/70SR12 Week sMtewail tires Stock 0 5 7 8 7

WAS '6627 YOUR PRICE

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