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School s probe revised policy on skippers By Dsnnis O'Connor staff writer How often — and when — should parents be ca led if their child skips a class? That's the issue facing the Plymouth-Canton Board of Education as it reviews a proposed revision to the attendance policy for both high schools at the Centennial Educational Park. Currently, teachers are asked to contact parents twice — after a student's second and fourth unexcused absence. After a fifth unexcused absence, students are referred to area coordinators (assistant principals) for disciplinary action. Under the proposed new policy, teachers willjcall parents only once — after a third unexcused absence. Parents may call teachers later, however, to check on their child's atten-

dance. Students still will face disciplinary action from area coordinators after a fifth unexcused absence under the new plan. A committee of teachers and administrators presented this policy change to the board last week. The board is expected to give final passage next week. THE PRESENT POLICY was adopted on a trial basis last August and has been under evaluation. The committee found the second call to parents brought the same response as the first call. And teachers are harnessed with a crunch for time in making that second call, according to the committee. A1 DuBois, a history teacher at the CEP, said parents appreciated teacher contact, but added the second call didn't make much difference in the attendance behavior of the student.4

"Parents responded to the calls," DuBois said. "Parents thought the calls were terrific. "(But) you're paying me gobs of money per hour to sit there and make phone calls (a second time) that don't make any difference." Trustee Flossie Tonda spoke against the change. She said making the second contact with parents benefits students. She also said changing the policy from two to three unexcused absences before a phone call gives the students an extra class to miss. "IF YOU CAN turn around just three kids (in a year) with that one (extra) call, then I think it's worth it," Mrs. Tonda said. DuBois stressed the policy "does rifit make them (students) attend class. It just informs the parents."

Kent Buikema, principal at Plymouth Canton High School, said the new attendance policy has been effective in getting students to class, h e said he doesn't see a problem with the proposed revision "I think, for the most part, it's worthwhile," Buikema said of the proposed policy. "I won't say for everybody. There are some of those (casps) where the second call would be a help "I think in mo$t cases making one call and giving the parent the option o call a second time should be satisfacto ry." The policy will be reviewed again in the spring, Buikema added. The policy is a negotiable item in the teachers' labor contract under forking conditions, he said. The teachers contract expires tjiis fall.

Patients share emotions in facing reality of death By Arlsne Funke staff writer Kristyn Wilkie is a warm and vital 20-jJear-old woman who grabs every bit of life as she copes with brain cancer. Jim Terrasi, 40, battles mixed emotioni and a "drastically changed" life as he fights a slow-growing lung cancer.

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Ms. Wilkie of Ypsilanti, and Terrasi, of Livonia, recently shared their feelings and thoughts about death and dying with psychology classes at Plymouth Canton High School. They were accompanied by Sally Foley, 31, a social worker who counsels cancer patients at University Hospital in Ann Arbor. The purpose of the visit was not so much to talk about cancer, but to explore emotions. "We're all going to die," reminds psychology teacher Mike McCauley. "Death is a mystery. The purpose of this is to make life better." McCauley said the class had been studying the topic for a week. Some students talked about relatives' illnesses. Others stayed out of class because the subject upset them, said McCauley. One girl who couldn't say "die," used the euphemism, "when something happens." MS. WILKIE and Terrasi quickly formed a rapport with the students and became simply Jim and Kristyn. They answered dozens of questions during a 2Vi-hour period. Terrasi will begin training next month at the Center for Independent Living in Ann Arbor to become a peer counselor for other cancer patients. "Sometimes I think, 'Why me?"' he said. "Maybe that's (counseling) why me. In that way, it comforts me a lot." "We have an opportunity to become teachers," Ms. Wilkie added. "There is a lot of beauty in that." Terrasi said his cancer isn't responding very well to the drugs he is receiving. Ms. Wilkie is receiving experimental chemotherapy. Both have had to deal with friends who turn away because of fears about the disease, was diagnosed terminal," she said. "They have had to come to grips with the fact that they face dying sooner than they would have expected," said Ms. Foley. "It is very common for people to think about these things and the meaning of life, even when they have cancers with a high cure rate," she added. "They are exam1 ples of very healthy coping." TERRASI, a production control specialist for Ford Motor Company, suffered a seizure last March while in Florida. A brain scan revealed two tumors in his brain. Please turn to Page 4A

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User fees will finance costs

Officials OK sewer repair plan By Dennis O'Connor editor

er), although no formal commitment was made to this system.

Canton's Township Board established the groundwork for the township to expand its sewage capacity at Tuesday's regular meeting — but these plans won't be easy on the pocketbook. The board unanimously decided to begin sewage maintenance and improvement programs on its local sanitary system. J*he board also decided to inform the Wayne County Board of Public Works that Canton was interested in sewage capacity in the new Huron Valley Wastewater System (Super Sew-

The township intends to finance all sewage costs through a user fee. If Canton commits to the Huron Valley system, it will cost approximately $274 per year per household for sewage services, according to a report presented by Wade, Trim & Associates, Canton's engineering consultants.

CURRENTLY, Canton is part of tile Rouge Valley System, but there isn enough sewage capacity in this syste r. to meet Canton's present and future needs. Sewage problems frequently o cur during stormy weather because the small sewage capacity — causn many basements to flood. No serious sewage problems exi;t, however, under normal weather conditions.

These costs are expected to increase to $330 per year per household in 2005 under this plan. Households now pay only $140 per year for sewage services.

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Man claims forced detention in church Necher added that he had advised strained by force. However, he agreed a few cans of food had been used by Keoshian to talk to the police and to persons who are staying at the church. this newspaper. He said Keoshian "is emotionally disIN REPORTING the Oct. 30 inciturbed" and had caused, disturbances dent, Keoshian said he had been visitseveral times "alth
By Margaret Miller staff writer A 37-year-old Canton man has reported being held by force in the "deliverance room" of The Lord's House, a nondenominational church at Ann Arbor Trail and Newburgh in Livonia. Gerald Keoshian told the Observer the incident occurred last Oct. 30 when he went to the church for counseling and was told he was "possessed by evil spirits and needed deliverance." He also charged misuse of food he contributed "for the needy" and said he recently was told "not to set foot on the premises." John Cossin, pastor of The Lord's House, denied that any forcible holding took place. "This is not correct," he said when told of Keoshian's report of being re-

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ferent sewage options. Alternative fi nancing methods and projected sewage needs in the next 20 years also were discussed The Huron Valley System (Super Sewer), the Downriver System and the Ypsilanti Community Utilities Authori ty System (YCUA) were reviewed along with the Rouge system LONG-TIME Township Clerk John Flodin is a strong supporter of the Huron system. Please turn to Page 4A

Poole sets tax forum Canton Supervisor James Poole will conduct a public information meeting on taxes Thursday, March 11.

The meeting will be at 7 p.m. at the Plymouth Salem High School on Joy west of Canton Center Road. Many people don't understand their tax bill, how taxes are levied and the services received for tax dollars, Poole said.

James Poole supervisor

THERE WILL be a brief explana tion of how taxes are computed, and the effect of new state legislation on assessed valuations of homes Residents will be encouraged to ask questions.

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Researcher testing speech tools

Partially built house destroyed by flames Police and fire officials are probing the possibility of arson in a fire which gutted a partially built housej in south Canton last week. The Maze occurred at 44676 Dionne about 10:25 p.m. Saturday, said Fire Chief Mel Paulun. The street is west of Sheldon and north of Geddes. Paulun said accelerants -J- flammable substances which feed a fire — were found at the scene. Samples of debris have been sent to the Michigan State Police crime lab in Northville for analysis. i

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"THEY (accelerants) were there, but we don't know if they were the cause of the fire," said Paulun.

would be good; it would rule out that avenue as a tool," says the 15-year veteran in the field of speech and hearing. Mrs. Jones is researching a system of 32 palatic discs made up of ovals, circles, squares and rectangles. The discs vary in size, texture and thick-, ness. The testing involves having 5- to 7year-olds place discs in their mouths and identifying the shape, size, texture and thickness. "The research will hopefully result in a testing tool for the touch senses of the mouth. Currently there are tools for testing the visual and audio elements of speech but not for the touch element, " says Mrs. Jones. The 5- to 7-year-olds were selected because they can produce most of the English sounds, yet not all speech development has been completed by that age.

Developing a testing tool for speech pathologists to use is easier said than done. Betty Jones of Livonia knows that all too well. She h^fe spent more than a year r e s e a r c h i n g a system of plastic testing discs and admits there is no guarantee her efforts will be successful. About 100 Plymouth-Canton students have been tested and 100 other students will be tested before the work is done and the final results are compiled.

The fire chief said flames could be seen from a mile away. No one was living in the house £t the time of the fire. Police Lt. Dennis Joker saM the house belongs to Greg Czapski of Southgate, who was building the house for his own use. Czapski was unable to be reached for comment.

"When we're done I hope we have some type of tool for diagnosising and treatment," says Mrs. Jones, the speech and hearing supervisor at Annapolis Hospital in Wayne. "However, even a negative result

Man gets traffic tickets instead of robbery charge Religious group charged Police wanted an armeid robbery charge, but they settled fof issuing a couple of traffic tickets to a 30-yearold Canton man. Officers planned to charge the man with armed robbery, a f t e r a 33-yearold Livonia man reported being robbed of $110 on P a l m e r Road Feb. 25 after a traffic accident. The victim refused to ^ign a complaint, however, at a scheduled district court arraignment last Friday. He told police religious reasons prevented him from "passing judgment," said Officer Davey LeBlaoc.

ACCORDING TO a police report, the victim was on P a l m e r about 12:15 a.m. Feb. 25, when he was struck from behind. The robbery occurred a f t e r the two got out of the car to exchange information. The assailant indicated he had a gun hidden in his pocket, according to the report. He was arrested by city of Northville Police several hours later. LeBlanc said he would issue tickets to the Canton man for failure to keep a safe distance and leaving the scene of a property damage accident. A court appearance is set for March 17.

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Continued from Page 1A "Five men held me there with a trash can between my legs and began chanting, 'blood of Jesus, blood of the Lamb.' I was supposed to vomit up the devil." Keoshian said he struggled and was held down, finally managing to get loose when those holding him laughed and talked about giving like treatment to a woman who had accompanied him to the church. The woman, who asked not to be identified, reported later she had gone to the church with

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KEOSHIAN AND COSSIN both said he had been reimbursed for the cans of food he left at the church. Keoshian said he had responded to a call from the altar for "food for the needy." "I was disturbed when I found that some of the people they called 'the boys in the ministry' helped themselves to some of it," he said. "If they had asked for food for that purpose, it would have been different Cossm said the food was used by mistake. That incident, Keoshian noted, took place last month. Asked why he had returned to the church a f t e r being forcibly held, he said he "felt drawn to find out what was happening there." "I know a lot of young people go there and I was concerned," he said. He also expressed concern about other things at the church. "I went to services when they had water baptism," he said. "From what I've been able to learn, water baptism is a happy time but not an occasion for joking. "But they were referring to 'dunkers,' 'dunkees' and 'dipees.'"

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KEOSHIAN insisted he did not want to condemn the Livonia church. "It does some very good things," he added It is always open, and that's important, because sometimes people just want to go to a place to pray. "And it has a 24-hour prayer line for telephoning That is important too." But he said he felt compelled to speak about the matters he described "It's simple," he said. "I do not want anyone el&e to go through what I went through " Established as a congregation about a decade ago, The Lord's House was the subject of some complaints by neighborhood residents because of the large number of cars and parking on the shoulder of the road and in neighborhood driveways.

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He commented too about the people at The Lord's House who he said are called chaplains. "They have no knowledge of Scripture," he said "and they are set free in the church, almost without supervision. I talked to the pastor and he said they are people trying to straighten out their lives. That is fine, but they should not be counseling " Cossin, however, said the young people who stay at the church may sometimes answer the telephone but those designated as chaplains do not live there and have taken prescribed courses to qualify them for counseling.

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MRS. JONES, and her team of three speech pathologists, have been using children without speech problems go the normal results of such testing can be determined. (Additional students aren't needed.) Once the testing of normal children is completed, the results will be fed to a computer so comparisons can be made for age and sex. Mrs. Jones says the testers maijy times think they see trends developinj "You think you have it pinned do\ and the next kid comes in and blows I guess we'll just have to wait for computer results," she says. Another part of the testing is watching the children to see how they go about making their decisions. The testers watch to see how the disc is mov^d around the mouth during the feeling process. The decision to use the discs was

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Advocates in local government Monday applauded 20 speakers who testified on their needs to the Michigan

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Transit cuts hurt most, senior citizen groups say Clydie Frazer, an elderly Ann Arbor resident, said of the reduced dial-a-ride service: "We can't get it. And when we can, we wait four or five days. I'm a diabetic. When I have to go to the hospital, I call in (to DART), and I can't get a bus, can't get a bus, can't get a bus."

By Tim Richard staff writer .

Sister Rachel Lambert: Elderly face the "psychological trauma" of inflation and service cuts.



Margaret White: In Livingston County, "we're reaching only the tip of the iceberg" of problems.

Clydie Frazen "I can't get a bus, can't get a bus. . ."

"Senior citizens are used to paying their bills, Then they eat," Sister Rachel ijambert told a joint committee on aging of the Mich gan Legislature, Her theme popped up repe^ tedly as 20 people from seven counties testified fo " r three hours Monday in Livonia City Hall: If you cut one kind of senior citizen service, it has a domino impact on their entire lives. The nun, who works in a M< nroe County senior citizens service, noted that de> pite increased bus fares, "ridership has held up. Tfcey (elderly) are getting the meney from somewher ; else." Babla Cariappa, who works in the Outer-Wayne Area on Aging office, cited cub in homemaker and home chore funds proposed by he Reagan administration, saying. "This February we saw an rnc i reased demand for snow removal. So other progra I T S will probably run out of money by mid-summer A loss of any one service impacts on other servi cfes." And as for Reagan's idea tfiat families should help the elderly more, Cariapp^ said, "Some of our clients are in their upper 80s and 90s. Their children are senior citizens, too. Y< u can't expect them to shovel snow."

MARGUERITE KANE, Royal Oak senior citizens coordinator, cited two of the 10,000-plus seniors in that city, many of whom receive telephone reassurance, home care, home repairs, recreation, income tax aid and transportation services. Roy, 80, "lives on Social Security and has severe emphysema. The highlight of his day is when a volunteer takes him to a flea market." "Mrs. Wilson, 76, is arthritic and "virtually a prisoner in rooms three flights up. Both of her sons are unemployed. Without the services we provide, she toould be institutionalized." Referring to the home meals program, Ms. Kane said: "We may have to make a choice — who gets a meal? Roy or Mrs. Wilson? This is a choice I do not want to make." "WE HAVE a nervous anticipation," said Shelton Tappes, of the Detroit Area Agency on Aging, as he zeroed in on job funds. "Title V jobs are for people at or below the poverty level. Their incomes average $300 a month. I know because I sign their checks. "We have yet to be informed of what we will receive (from Washington) on July 1, 1982. Unfortunately, there ate always more applicants than we can service. We have 112 slots and 200 to 300 on the waiting list. "There's a need to be served, and we cannot serve it when we're talking about reductions," said Tappes. Many of us wonder if Mr. Reagan understands. Serving the aging is an industry. It's not in the category of people looking for handouts, for alms. . ."

PURPOSE of the hearing w is for state Rep. David Hollister, D-Lansing, to estify today before congressional budget committ ?es on the impact of cuts already made, methods t i e elderly use to cope with cuts, and the possible impact of future cuts. The joint committee consists of six senators and six representatives. Only t h n e representatives — Sylvia Skrel, R-Livonia, Jam* s Hadden, R-Adrian, and Shirley Johnson, R-Royal Oak - and a staffer for Senate Majority Leader W lliam Faust, D-Westland, sat all the way through. Sven Hollister had to leave early. Testimony was dominated by 17 persons who are on staffs of agencies on aginjj. Half of the 20 who spoke were senior citizens. Explained Skrel: "We legislators hear the problems of senior citizens and read their letters every day. We needed to hear from I he agencies." Direct criticism of Preside it Reagan was almost non-existent, though one spea ter was applauded for saying, "Nancy Reagan says 'Let 'em eat cake.' Well, there isn't any cake."

Block focused on a dilemma in the home heating aid act: "If they (elderly) turn down the heat to 65 degrees and wear sweaters, they may lower their home heating costs to less than 15 percent of their incomes, and thus become ineligible for home heating aid." ELIZABETH LEWIS, project director for the Macomb County Council on Aging, told of a Mrs. A.M., 73, a widow who sold her home and used the $7,000 profit to pay rent for a few years. "There's nothing left. Her medical costs are $80 a month. She is dying a slow death. She won't go to the doctor. 'Can't afford it,' she says." Of cuts in the homebound care program, 'Ms. Lewis said, "We used to respond to requests for the homebound in one to two days. Now we must evaluate each request. Some we don't get to for a week or two. To a homebound senior, that must seem like an eternity. Robert Abar, one of the few persons not listing an organization affiliation, complained of property taxes going up 14 percent this year. A different note was struck by the final speaker, Peggy Hinckley, director of the Ann Arbor Senior Citizens Guild, a United Way organization. "I'm from the Old school. When we have all these programs, our seniors are worried to death about their taxes 'cause there's no way to give them for free."

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SOME 54,000 senior citizen aides are destined to lose their Title V jobs under the administration budget, said Kate Kaylor, also of the Royal Oak senior citizens center. ' "I am supervisor of telephone reassurance. I have volunteers who will call 22, maybe 30 people a day. They're cripples. They're shut-ins. We've had a terrible hard time with the snow in February. "We call it 'service with love,'" she said, adding, "I do need my job." Lula Williams, chairperson of the Detroit Area on Aging Advisory Council, said, "Seniors have to choose between feeding themselves and paying for their prescriptions." Randy Block, of the Oakland-Livingston Service Agency, said, "I appreciate the feelings of those who say, 'Will it be Mary, Bob or Joe who receives the meal?'"

PUBLIC TRANSPORTAT ON and Title V jobs for senior citizens were two ( f the most frequentlymentioned topics. This surprised Skrel, who had expected to hear housing complaints. "The future of SEMTA is i i great jeopardy," said Sandra Reminga of the six-c ounty Area Agency on Aging. She said the recent 2 5 percent cut in large buses and 27 percent cut in ;mall buses eliminated 500,000 senior citizen trips a year.

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din said. "It's the only practical and reasonable way to do it." It is not feasible to finance this project through the general fund, township officials said. They also believed it wasn't fair to ask voters for a special tax-rate increase to finance the project because only 44,600 residents of Canton's 48,000 population have sewage service. Canton also will begin an improvement program on its local sanitary sewers, following Roberts' recommendation. The improvements will cost an estimated $4.7 million, not including an accelerated annual maintenance program of $100,000 per year for two years and $50,000 annually after that. Improvements in local sanitary sewers will in-

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Schoolcraft College programs have been selected for a 30-minute video tape on health and aging being produced by the Michigan Health Council (MHC) According to Martha Boyce, manager of MHC s project on health promotion for older adults, the video tape will show community colleges like Schoolcraft as a place where older adults can enjoy many activities. The tape will discuss exercise, nutrition and substance abuse," Ms. Boyce said, "showing how each affects a person's total well-being." The tape will be produced at Lansing Community College and distributed to public broadcasting stations statewide.

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S'cra/t trustees rap school district plan By Suzto Rollins Sing* Staff w r i t e r

Schoolcraft College trustees are vehemently opposed to Wayne-Westland Board of Education's plan to establish an independent community 1 dollege. "A waste of money" they said of Wayne-Westland's proposal to help its ailing district by establishing a community college. ' To nlake their opposition known statewide, the Schoolcraft board Wednesday sent its resolution to Gov. William Milliken and the State Department of Education. »n THE WAYNE-WESTLAND district operates schools for students from kindergarten through 12th grade. The district is part of the Wayne County •Community College District. WCCC operates a campus at 1-94 and Haggerty in Van Buren Township. In practice, W-W students attend Henry Ford, WCCC and Schoolcraft.

Wayne-Westland borders Schoolcraft on the south. The Schoolcraft College district includes the school district districts of Clarenceville, Garden City, Livonia, Northville and PlymOuth-Canton. Wayne-Westland is looking for ways to employ its administrators who ace layoffs due to potential school closings there, say Schoolcraft trusi "Wayne-Westland C o m m u n i t y Schools have made no bones about it. They're trying to save their jobs, but they'ri trying to do it at our expense,)' said Schoolcraft Trustee Michael feurley. "If they really feel there's a need for more community college classes, then they can ask us to expand," he

added. I SUPPORT this resolution with fire in my eyes," said Trustee Paul Kadis* "To duplicate services would be a waste of taxpayers' money."

Protests halt college By Sandra Arvnbraatar staff writer Opposition from district residents to a proposed Wayne-Westland community college is forcing three public hearings on the issue to be delayed, perhaps indefinitely. "My sentiment is that our (board of education) recommendation will bethat we table the whole idea at this point," said Donald Rusnock, president of the board. Rusnock said that all board mem-| bers had received "quite a few calls on this. Our original intent in having the public hearings was for residents to give us a message." After the first of four scheduled public hearings on Feb. 16, board members and administrators alike agreed that residents "appeared to have given us a message," according to Rusnock. During the public hearing, some residents had circulated petitions opposing the plan. "This is a good idea coming at a bad

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O'Neill estimated the delay would add at least six to seven months to the study. During that time, surveys of residents and students in the district will still be taken, O'Neill said. In addition, administrators will be available to speak to smaller groups, such as PTA organizations, at their request so that the 0lan can be "better understood or supported," according to O'Neill.

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P U P P E T SHOW March 4 — The Tanger Elementary School will hold a puppet show about handicapped children. The show, entitled "Kids on the Block," will be at 7:30 p.m. in the school, on Five Mile Road near Haggerty. For information, call 459-1363. W I N T E R Y CLASSES The Plymouth Family YMCA has openings in karate, aerobics, tumbling and preschool fitness. Classes are scheduled for various days and times. Fees vary. For information, call the Y at 453-2904.

For information, call 459-1030. Schoolcraft is on Haggerty Road between Six and Seven Mile roads. PLYMOUTH LIBRARY BOARD March 9 — The Plymouth Public Library $oard will meet at 10 a.m. in the city manager's office, Plymouth City Hall, o i Main Street. STRA COP CONCERT OR CHESTRA Marth 9 — The Centennial Educational ^ark (CEP) orchestra will have a concert at 8 p.m. in the auditorium of Plymo nth Salem High School. PARENT COFFEE ylar:h 10 — The Centennial Educ ial 3 ark monthly parent coffee will at 9:30 a.m. in the conference room louth Canton High School.





STRESS M A N A G E M E N T March 8 — A free stress management seminar will be from 7:30-9:30 p.m. in the liberal arts building, Room B200, at Schoolcraft College in Livonia. An alternate session will be March 16. Licensed psychologists from Human Synergistics, Inc., Plymouth, will diagnose stress and suggest ways of handling it. Reservations required.

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THAT'S ITALIAN March 19 — An Italian dinner will be served 6-9 p.m. at Plymouth Christian Academy, 43065 Joy Road, Canton. Students will entertain. Donation is $3.50 per person or $12 for families.

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VIETNAM M E M O R I A L F U N D The Plymouth Jaycees Club is organizing efforts for an area contribution to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund. The first 100 contributions of $10 or more will receive the "Buy American Money Saver Book," containing more than $6,000 in savings, rebates, coupons and specials on products and services sold by leading American companies. Contributions should be sent to the Plymouth Jaycees Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, P.O. Box 279, Plymouth 48170. For information, contact Chairman Ernie Rumsby at 981-2123.

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grief and loss associated with death will be at Madonna College. Coping with grief and loss will be discussed 6-10 p.m. March 19. Ethical issues in case of dying, hospice care for the terminally ill and support systems for long-term care will be covered from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. March 20. College or continuing education credit is available. For ^information, call 591-5191. Madonna College is off the I96 freeway at Levan Road, Livonia.

ganization will hold a' St. Patrick's Day party at 8 p.m. in the Odd Fellows Hall, 344 Elizabeth, Plymouth. Donation of $8 per person ($6 for senior citizens) includes beer, food and dancing. Proceeds go to Ann Arbor Burn Center. , For information, call 464-0241 or 455-2894.

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WSDP revises news format to include local stories A revised news format has st at the student radio station, WS1 Plymouth Centennial Educat Park (CEP). The Afternoon Edition houi news program is being chang< provide better coverage of the outh-Canton area. At 4 p.m. every weekday thei be a five-minute local and stat report followed at 4:07 p.m. tional/international news witl sports slotted from 4:15 to 4:20 rt.m. At 4:20 p.m. WSDP (88.1 FM) will present its local features for the day. Every Monday and Wednesday, Community Notes will be heard at 4:30 p.m. and on Tuesday and Thursday CEP News will be aired at that time.

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Entertainment Update will be aired every Friday in the 4 p.m. time slot followed by 10 minutes of Sports Weekly beginning at 4:35 p.m. At 4:45 p.m. will be up-to-date local and state news and at 4:50 p.m. another airing of area sports. The Afternoon Edition, usually hosted by a single anchor person, will be replaced with two co-anchor persons.

Schoolcraft College trustees are vehemently opposed to Wayne-Westland Board of Education's plan to establish an independent community college. | "A waste of money" they said of Wayne-Westland's proposal to help its ailing district by establishing a community college. To make their opposition known statewide, the Schoolcraft board Wednesday sent its resolution to Gov. William Milliken and the State Department of Education.

Besides the Afternoon Edition, a 10-minute Afternoon Mini-Edition has been created. This show, which will begin at 3 p.m., will be a preview to the Afternoon Edition and will serve as a news show complete with features, weather, and a traffic condition report.

to employ its administrators who fa< layoffs due to potential school closinj there, say Schoolcraft trustees. "Wayne-Westland Communit] Schools have mad6 no bones about it They're trying to save their jobs, but they're trying to do it at our expense/' said Schoolcraft Trustee Michael Bur< ley.

THE WAYNE-WESTLAND district operates schools for students from kindergarten through 12th grade. The district is part of the Wayne County Community College District. WCCC operates a campus at 1-94 and Haggerty in Van Buren Township.

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In practice, W-W students attend Henry Ford, WCCC and Schoolcraft. Wayne-Westland borders Schoolcraft on the south. The Schoolcraft College district includes the school district districts of Clarenceville, Garden City, Li vonia, Northville and Plymouth-Cantoh. Wayne-Westland is looking for ways

"If they really feel there's a need for more community college classes, then they can ask us to expand," he added. "I SUPPORT this resolution wi fire in my eyes," said Trustee Paij Kadish.

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A Plymouth man has reported being beaten and robbed after his car broke down on eastbound M-14 early Sunday morning. David Duke, of Simpson, told pojice the incident happened after receiving a ride to his home from M-14. A black Pontiac Trans Am with three men stopped to give Duke a ride. Two of the men robbed him after he gave them $2 for the gas, the report says. The men took $150 and were described as being in their 20's, all about six feet tall and all with dark hair.

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"To duplicate services would be a waste of taxpayers' money. Their (Wayne-Westland) proposal is not in the best interest of community colleges, education or the taxpayers who are part of Wayne County Community College." Board vice president Nancie Blatt called the idea superfluous, "We don't need another college. It's not necesary, aSd the-taxpayers can't afford it," she said. Schoolcraft President Richard McDowell said he is discussing the issue with several other community college presidents in attempts to block Wayne-Westland's plan.



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The doors will open at 6:45 p.m. and ticket-holders must be seated by 7:30 p.m. There is a limit of four tickets per request. THE ENSEMBLE has been acclaimed by music critics as one of the best musical organizations in the big band field Count Basie, who has appeared with the ensemble, once remarked: "The Airmen of Note are an absolute •gas' — one of the best I've heard — and I speak from more than a couple of years experience "I don't care what kind of a bag you put them in (jazz or dance) the results always will be the same - great music." The ensemble has roots which go

SGT. Dave Steinmeyer is director of the ensemble. Born and raised in Jacksonville, Fla., Steinmeyer began playing the piano at age 7 and switched to the trombone at age 12. In high school he was active in the marching band as a player and drum major, in the dance band, and as a tenor in a barbershop quartet. He also was a member of the Florida All-State Marching Band at the University of Florida and was first trombone All-Country for two years as well as being in the All-State band.

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Steinmeyer joined the Air Force in 1961 and was assigned to the ensemble in 1965. The vocalist for the ensemble is Sgt. Bobbie McCleary of Baltimore, who learned to sing from her mother at age 5She started as a professional singer in Baltimore at age 18, and in 1975

back to 1942 and the late Major Glenn Miller's pioneering efforts with Air Force dance music. It was Glenn's idea to give the troops the music they wanted to hear. The Airmen of Note has carried on the Miller tradition, but has created its own big band sound. The original Glenn Miller Army Corps dance band broke up after the war and it wasn't until 1950 that the USAF formed The Airmen of Note. The band frequently performs with professional artists such as Nancy Wilson, Jack Jones, Joe Williams, George Shearing, June Christy, Shani Wallace, and the Four Freshmen. The Airmen of Note portrayed the Glenn Miller Orchestra in the movie "The Glenn Miller Story," starring J i m m y Stewart and June Allyson.

The U.S. Air Force's official jazz ensemble will be appearing here in concert at the end of this month. The Airmen of Note will perform March 20 beginning at 8 p.m. in Plymouth Salem High School auditorium on Joy Road just west of Canton Center Road. The appearance is being sponsored by the music department of the Plymouth Centennial Educational Park. Admission is free, but lo obtain tickets residents must write Airmen of Note, 8415 Canton Center Road, Plymouth 48170, using the coupon published in the Canton and Plymouth Observer Newspapers.

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• NETWORKING March 11 — A session will be held at 7 p.m. in the Jacob Room of Hillside Inn on "networking." Networking is defined as a process of developing and using contacts for information, advice and moral support as individuals pursue their careers or business. The sessions are sponsored by the Plymouth Family YMCA. Fee of $3 covers wine and refresh-

ments. David Whidden, who is writing a book on networking, will give a short talk on "marketing yourself." The Hillside Inn is on Plymouth Road near Haggerty. • W I N T E R Y CLASSES March 8 — A variety of six-week classes will begin at the Plymouth Community Family YMCA. Classes will be offered in aerobics fitness, karate, basketball, tumbling, guitar and piano, ballet, computers and

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Lt. Governor James H. Brickley, one of four announced Republicans seeking tjie nomination for governor, will be the guest speaker at the Canton Rotary Club's regular meeting at noon, March 8 at the Roman Forum Restaurant, 41601 Ford Road. The Rotary invites everyone to have lunch with the lieutenant governor. Brickley will speak on a petition drive he is leading to shorten the state ballot. Brickley was first elected lieutenant governor with Gov, Milliken in 1970. He served as the president of Eastern Michigan University from 1975-1978 before being re-elected as lieutenant governor with Milliken in 1978. Brickley's career in public service has extended through all levels of government — municipal, county state and federal. He was born in Flint and raised in Detroit. He received a bachelor's and law degrees from the University of Detroit and a master's degree from New York University.

microwave cooking. Some days and times are slightly changed from the original brochure For information, call 453-2904. • KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION March 16 — The Miller Elementary School, 43721 Hanford, Canton, will have kindergarten registration for the 1982-83 school year, 9-11 a.m. and 1-|3 p.m. at the school. Any child 5 years old on or before Dec. 1,1982, is eligible for registration. Parents should bring a birth certificate or baptismal record to verify birthdate. •

ARTS F A I R March 20 - The Canton Jaycettes will have a spring arts and crafts fair, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 20 at Pioneer Middle School, 46081 Ann Arbor Road, Plymouth. Booth spaces still are available. For information, call Marlene at 397-1556.



ESSAY CONTEST The Plymouth-Canton Civitan Club's second annual Citizenship Essay Contest now is in progress. Deadline for all entries is March 15. This year's topic is "Influence in Government — Are your rights as a private citizen being threatened by special interest groups?" All juniors and seniors at Plymouth Salem and Plymouth Canton high schools are encouraged to enter. Firstplace prize is $100. Pamphlets providing details are available at both English departments at the Centennial Educational Park. Joe Henshaw of the Canton science department is the contest chairman. For more information, call 453-3100.



R O L L E R SKATING LESSONS The Canton Parks and Recreation Department is offering a series of roller skating lessons and open skating sessions for students aged 4-10 who are on "track break" on the extended school year program. Sessions are held at the Skatin' Station on Ronda Drive in Canton. Tirijie is 10 a.m. to noon Tuesdays and Thursdays. . The schedule is as follows: Track A, March 9 and 11; and Track B, March 30 and April 1. Children are grouped acc o r d i n g ^ age. ' Fee i s | l 5 per person, plus $5 skate rental for the entire program. For information, call 397-1000 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.

i BOWLING T O U R N A M E N T A b o w l i n g t o u m ament is scheduled at SuperBowl on Ford Road for children on the extenc ed school year. Track A plays, March 17. Check-in time is noon. Fee is $2.75 fc r ages 8 and under (two games), and $3.25 for older children (three games!). There are separate divisions for boys ind girls. To register, call the Canton Parks and Recreation pepartment at 3971000. • H A N D Y M E N AVAILABLE The Plymouth j Community Council on Aging has senior handymen available to do smalLHobs for other senior citizens. Phone 455-4907, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-Thuijsday.

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Symposium at Hilton explores alcoholism at work A symposium dealing with the problems of alcoholism and alcoholics at work will be the subject of a symposium the end of this month at the Plymouth HiltOO Inn The Michigan Alcohol It Addiction Association (MAAA) is holding the "Administrative Symposium" for directors and administrators of human service programs. The statewide event will occur on March 21 and 22 at the Plymouth Hilton Inn. The symposium was conceived by the MAAA in response to its membership's expressed need for such training, explains Diane Vella, spokesman for the association. "Many human service program directors are trained as clinicians and then promoted," says Ms. Vella, "and private consultants who provide this type of training charge fees which are prohibitive for financially strapped programs. "Conversely, these very programs need sophisticated management techniques to survive in today's economy." The workshops offer experts to guide and train program m a n a g e r s at a low cost. Subjects included are: marketing your program; solving personnel problems; accreditation and third-party payment; alternative fund raising; budgeting and financial planning; and acquiring new clients. The workshops are limited in size to facilitate discussion and maximize

learning, iands-on experience will be provided by presentors. Among the workshop presentors are: George W itkins, president of Pe r f or m ance Res< urce Corp. and publisher of EAP Dige it; Harvey Halberatadt, M.D., medical director of Woodland Hills Center in rroy, Dr. John Miller, development di ector for Lawrence Institute of Technology and a private consultant. Also co iducting workshops a r e A. Gail Maz* raki, consultant on accreditation anc third-party reimbursement processes, Charles Homes, executive director fc r Genessee County Commission on Substance Abuse Services, and Walter Kezial, CPA, from the Southfield f i r m )f J a m e s F. Peters, P.C. DIRECTORS ELECTED The Coiimunity Federal Credit Union of P l j mouth announced its newly elected t x a r d members at its annual meeting n -cently. New board members are; Gary Bilconi, a teacher of general business a Plymouth Salem High and a track and field coach at Salem High; Daniel lerriman, accountant and a partner with Ron Loiselle in General Business > ssociates in Plymouth; Betty St remich, past president of the Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce and owner of the Hillside Inn; And Mak-garet Wilson, past president of the Plymouth C-C and owner of the Penn The* tre.

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Lawrence A. Higgason of Plymouth has been recognized as being certified in production inventory management (CPIM) by the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS). Higgason, who is involved with production control systems planning-purchasing and supply staff at Ford Motor Co., was required to pass four of a possible five written examinations offered by the society's curriculum and certification council to meet the CPIM qualifications. The exams tested knowledge and understanding of the field of production and inventory control in the areas of inventory management, production activity control, capacity management, master planning, and material requirements planning. APICS is a society of production and inventory control professionals serving industry on the management level.

JOINS WELCOR Two Plymouth residents recently joined the staff at Welcor, Inc., a Livonia copy machine dealer. Greer Liverman, who lives on North Territorial Road, sells copiers for Welcor. , Ron Williams, who lives on York Street, works in the set-up and delivery department. UNDERSTANDING STRESS

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Board of Regents at its regular meeting in February. Underwood is a former news announcer at radio station WITL-AM in Lansing and also worked at WKAR-FM in East Lansing while a student at Michigan State University. She also worked at WEMU-FM as a student. Underwood completed two years of study toward her bachelor's degree in business administration and plans to continue her education at EMU. As news reporter/producer at Eastern's campus radio station, she will anchor the 5 p.m. and the new 9 p.m. newscast and also will file reports for the station's "Morning Edition" and "Noon Magazine" programs.

The board of directors also is comprised of Barbara Burgett, Margaret Dunning, George Lawton, Clarence Moore, Peter Schweitzer, Bill Sliger and W. Edward Wendover.

Katherine A. Underwood, 20, of Plymouth, has been appointed ndws reporter/producer at WEMU-FM, Eastern Michigan University's National Public Radio affiliate, by the EMU

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The increased awareness of symptoms leading to stress and burn-out hag resulted in an inventory which identifies coping strategies in an individua , says i / ) r r a i n e Colletti, Ph.D., director of clinical services for the firm. "This instrument has been extremel helpful in isolating areas or categori* of thinking and behaving from whicf stress is likely to occur.

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SIWIK PROMOTED Michael J. Siwik of Canton has been promoted to manager of chain accounts for Lorillard in the Detroit sales area. Siwik will be responsible for managing distribution, and sales and merchandising of key sales accounts. He previously was a division sales manager in the same region since 1980 and has been with the company since 1975. A native of Detroit, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Siwik of Garden City and attended Schoolcraft College. Lorillard, a division of Loews Theatres, manufactures cigarettes.

A second offering of the non-credit personal computer course for beginners, in business or at home, {is slated to begin March 20, according tto Oakland University's Division of Continuing Education at Oakland Universi-

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The workshop is being conducted b Human Synergistics, Inc. of Plymouth. For the past 10 years Human Synergistics has worked extensively fo executives in business and industry. In the interest of increasing their information about stress levels in t h i general population, they are offerin the public stress reduction seminars. The workshops will aim at diagnosing areas of stress and suggesting coping strategies. Licensed clinical psyho ogists with many years experience i^i the field will conduct the meetings. Reservations are necessary and ma be m a d ^ b y calling 459-1030. The firm, at 39819 Plymouth Roa focuses on increasing a person's selfawareness and assesses the ways a person thinks and behaves.

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Philip Powar chairman of the board Richard Aainian president

John Raddy general manager Frad Wright circulation director

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School taxes, state aid, ESY clarified HERE WERE TWO questions aiked most often by our readers in the survey on school budget cuts recently completed by the Canton and Plymouth Observer News-

a far better education than a student in PlymouthCanton because of the difference in property tax collections — namely the presence in Dearborn of large Ford Motor Co. plants. The state legislature decided a child's chances to obtain a sound education should not depend upon where a major corporation locates a plant, particularly since the labor to operate that plant is generated by many cities. What resulted was a state aid formula called "equal yield" which based allocation of state funds to local schools on each district's property tax wealth. The higher the property tax, the lower th£, general state aid. ' Each year, then, as property assessments increase in Plymouth-Canton, the school district gets less money from Lansing. The district indeed collects more money from local residents, but it gets less from Lansing. The difference is not enough to make up for annual pay increases, higher insurance

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The first was: Why are the schools faeihg a budget deficit in excess of $2 million when school taxes of individuals have increased by 20 percent or more 0 The second question was: Why was, Extended school Year (ESY) included in the list of proposed budget cuts when year-round school initially was instituted to save money? Although we cannot answer all questions, these •wo showed up often enough to warrant response. QUITE A FEW YEARS ago, the quality of a hild's education depended on how much property .vealth was located in his/her school district. A stu,!ent in Dearborn Public Schools was apt to receive

and utility costs, and general inflation. Wha^we have seen is a shifting of the burden to support public education — from Lansing to Plymouth-Canton. Within two years, this shift will be complete with the district receiving "zero" dollars in general state aid. IN THE GOOD OLD DAYS when the school population was exploding, the district faced a real crunch to find classroom space. Many of you remember bond issues on the ballot to spend millions of dollars to build middle schools and elementary schools, obtain portable classrooms, and pay for expansions to existing buildings. Trustees and administrators, in the days of booming student growth, were concerned about being stuck with empty buildings if and when enrollment began to decline. One solution in more recent years was to rent buildings from neighboring districts already in enrollment decline, such as Lowell Middle from Livonia.

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I knew it. I just knew that suburban folk loved boxing. For years a modest crowd of fight enthusiasts has been saying boxing could be a big draw in the suburbs — just as big as football or basketball. Detractors held to the hard line that boxing had become the domain of inher city kids who were looking for a^way out of the ghetto. White suburbanites, they argued, were uninterested in what detractors felt had become a black man's sport But Paul Soucy and his Livonia Boxing Club have put the naysayers to shame.

Was I putting the health of my fajmily in danger b\ inviting those smokers into my home? Last week's report by the surgeon general of the United S t a t e s s e e m s to s a y "yes."

The report released by Dr. C. Evjerett Kopp, the surgeon general, stated: "The evidence currently available suggests involuntary sfnoke exposure may increase the risk of lung ^ancer in noi\smokers. Prudence dictates that noii-smokers avoid exposure to second-hand smoke to t^e extent possible "

FOR ALL the publicity given ist week to the harmful effects of cigarettes on si lokers, this section was almost overlooked. Yet it may have the greatest significance. According to the American Lung Association, non-smokers ar< now in the majority. Only 32 per cent of adults sri loke. Most of us agree smoking if dangerous for smokers But we reason that if an adult recognizes the harmful effects of smoking and wishes to continue. so be it. • But now another issue is beingi raised. Dges that smoking person infringe on the rights of the nons m o k i n g person?

Michigan enacted a law in 1976 which restricts smoking in public places. For instance, restaurants ire required to post smoking land non-smoking treas and to advise patrorts thejf can be seated in either area But as the years have gone by, the law has lost some of its teeth. In the past few months I've noticed that suburban restaurants I have visited in Plymouth. Livonia, Southfield and Birmingham no longer advise patrons about non-smoking areas. JENNIFER MEAD of the American Lung Association admits that it has become a problem. "Most of the larger restaurant chains, are good about it. But the smaller restaurants in this area often don't bother about making a distinction between the wishes of smokers and non-smokers." Part of the problem is the flexibility of the law. Restaurants are not required to have a specified proportion of tables for non-spiokers. "If you request a non-smoking area, the owner can walk over to a table remove the ashtray ahd post a non-smoking sign, " Ms Mead said. "The air can be filled with smoke from the previous patrons, but the owner would be in compliance of the law." NOtf-SMOKERS ARE becoming more aggressive A few months ago, a Clear Indoor Air Bill was introduced in the Michigan Legislature. If passed, this bill would turn around the laws of today. A smoking area would be provided in public places instead of a non-smoking area. Thus, strict limitations would be placed on where a smoker could smoke. Two public hearings have tyeen held on the bill. It h a s been tabled by the state Senate. N In addition, more scientific data is being examined. Studies conducted in Japan and Greece have compared non-smoking women married to smoking men with non-smoking women married to nonsmoking men! Those married to smokers had a in heart rate and inhigher incidence of increa crease in blood pressure. ore work still must be (kme in this area. . * The issue to be resolved ife; Does a minority have the right to smoke in public places? Should local howling alleys, restaurants and dance halls ban smoking except in certain areas 9 Stay tuned for more on this issue. This surgeon general's report raised more questions than it answered. The report may have ramifications, not S only for public places but for the people we invite ® into our homes.

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An earlier a >roach was year-round school. ESY allowed one bi ilding to hold onerthird more stufor 12 months instead of nine dents by being ich, the district avoided the cost of With this appri lion-plus per elementary building to spending $1 mi absorb pupils. From the ve: beginning, though, there was additional operatinj cost for ESY — air conditioning. x storage cabinet 5, higher utility bills, more teachers. etc. These highei operational costs, however, were cheaper than lilding new schools and paying interest on the d»jbt. Now, with declining enrollment, the district can ive money by phasing out ESY.

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60-year economic forecast Sitting at home the other evening listening to the TV commentators tell of the latest moves by capital and industry to get workers to make monetary concessions, The Stroller recalled one of the most memorable moments of his school days. On a hot June afternoon, the graduating class of our junior high school was preparing to say goodbye to our teacher. She gathered us around her desk and gave us a message that has lived with The Stroller all these years: "You are moving into a most exciting time of your lives, and I'd like to tell you some of the things that you can expect as you move along. And it has to do with your way of life." THE TEACHER, Sally Mclntyre, was a veteran at the task of imparting knowledge to youngsters' minds. She never married and had a mind of her own — even to the point where she defied the school board and its dress code. She wore a skirt and a loose blouse, called a "dressing sack," but she was rated the best teacher on the faculty. At the time, we were living in a company house and dealing at the company store. That was the custom in those days. When you went to work for an industrial firm, you had to deal at its store and live in one of its houses. Your rent and grocery bill were deducted from your wages. Miss Mclntyre called our attention to this way of life and said: "You scholars who are moving on will live to see a change. The pendulum is now at its highest point on the arc in favor of capitalism. "But some day, the workers will be bold enough to fight back. They are almost certain to change things. But like capital is doing now they are
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LAST SATURDAY nearly 3,000 persons saw the Golden Glove Championship bouts at Schoolcraft College. Believe it or not, another estimated 1.000 very disappointed fans were turned away at the door. . Everyone involved in the Golden Gloves tourney was surprised. Schoolcraft College Athletic Director Marv Gans couldn't believe it. Neither could Livonia police officers who were assigned to watch over what they thought was going to be a small crowd. Fans who were turned away obviously were miffed. But few expected 4,000 persons would show up A festive mood surrounded what had to be the biggest show in the suburbs that evening. BIRMINGHAM'S Jim Burch couldn't get the smile off his face. A former Golden Gloves fighter himself, he couldn't recall the last time he saw such a fight crowd in the suburbs.- • It was a night of the new and the old. The oldtimers gathered around the ring and waxed eloquent about the bouts in which they exchanged blows. Included in those ranks were Tony Gallo and Jackie Farmer — familiar names to fans of Golden Gloves matches. But unlike other retired athletes, boxers don't yearn for the old days. They know that today's boxers are quicker, that the sport is safer. When the likes of Hilmer Kenty, lightweight contender, is introduced, the oldtimers applaud along with the rest Of the crowd. As they watched the budding amateurs in the ring, they stood and applauded with the rest of the fans when special skill was demonstrated. And some very special skills were demonstrated — much of it from members of the Livonia Boxing Club. Junior Novice Ron Heady, in the 165-pound class, simply took everybody's breath away with a knockout of opponent Joe Mihela in the first 30 seconds of the bout. • » Livonia's Mike Dardipi pummeled opponent Alvin Thomas until his corner literally threw in the towel. Although Nick Niemiee lost a third-round decision, the bloodied boxer put up a valiant fight. THE EVENING WAS capped off with a victory by Livonia Club's heavyweight Rick Londberg But the victories weren't confined to the ring. More was won that night than bouts. For the first time, the old fight crowd seen down at Kronk Recreation and Gladiator mixed with the crowd from the suburbs. It was a matter of white and black getting together in the suburbs and everybody went home happy — and with a special feeling in his heart.

Did you know that when you visit Detroit's riverfront Civic Center, you can see and visit a building weighing six million pounds that was picked up bodily a quarter-century ago and moved hundreds of feet to its present location? This is the old stone Mariners' Church, a picturesque feature of the riverfront development.

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Budget deals are key to recovery By Suzto Rollins Singer staff writer •—

'If future deficits are reduced, you'll see the Fed more willing to bring down interest rates.'

Economic recovery could be several months away if President Reagan compromises with Congress to reduce budget deficits, an economist told told the Economic Club of Detroit Monday. Lawrence Chimerine, chairman and chief economist of Chase Econometrics, a private forecasting firm in Bala Cynwyd, Pa., tied budget deficits to high interest rates. "It will be a consumer-led recovery. But high interest rates a r e standing in the way," Chimerine added. "Unless the current policies are changed, we will have deficits of $100-$200 billion. "That conflicts with the Federal Reserve Board's slow-money policy We need to make some adjustments in policies. If future deficits a r e reduced, you'll see the Fed m o r e willing to bring down interest rates."

BUT CHIMERINE is opposed to bailout proposals for the housing and thrift industries. "Bailouts will just extend the problem. The fundamental problem that is blocking housing is interest rates. Houses are still attractive, but people just can't afford them now," he said. He also noted that Americans shouldn't see major increases in oil prices for about four years. "Because we have been conserving and finding alternative sources to oil, it is taking away the demand for it," he added. When referring to the county's economic state, Chimerine shied away from using the t e r m recession. "A recession is a period of time when growth is temporarily interrupted. There has been no economic growth in the U.S. for four y^ars. We've been in a state of stagnation," he said.

"If Congress and the president reach a compromise, you'll see interest rates come down and inflation slow down in the next six months," he added. However, Chimerine doesn't envision house mortgage rates dipping much lower then 14 percent during the next few years. Once interest rates are lowered, Chimerine projects that consumers will flood the market with large purchases. "The car market has already bottomed out. The housing industry is bottomed out. People have been too afraid to buy m a j o r items, but there is a pentup demand for them. 'As soon as the cost of borrowing long-term money comes down, we'll see the economy moving

, CHIMERINE is hoping Congress will agree to further cuts in social programs and entitlements and that the administration will slow military spending or reduce income tiax cuts.

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U-M GRADS The following area residents were among those • to earn degrees at winter commencement ceremonies recently at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. F r o m Canton: Steven Bernstein of Meadowlake, MS in engineering; Michele M. Gohedotte of Tamarack, BA; Michael P . Haffey of Willow Creek, MS in engineering; Carol L. O'Neill of Porterridge , BS in nursing; Deborah A. Rykalsky of BriarBS in nursing; Randy W. Schacht of Brooke Park, BBA; and Eileen Bick Stoor of Carriage Hills, MS degree. F r o m Plymouth: J a m e s R. Ayotte of Russet, MS; Mary Kay Ballnff of Amelia, BS; Linda J. Cunningham of North Territorial, BS in engineering in environmental science; Craig C. Dostie of Amherst Court, BS in electrical engineering; Dale R. F a r land of North Territorial, master's of urban planning; Margaret E. Fisher of Appletree, MA degree; f^abil A. Munfakh of Turtlehead Drive, BS; Richard (j. Raymond of Joy Road, BS; and Jackson W. Roush of Sunset, PhD.

who recently earned degrees from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind. They were: David W. Booker of Beacon Hill, a B.S. degree in management; Karen L. Decker of Shady wood Dr., a B.S. in industrial management; and Rrisell E. Dickson of Appletree, an M.S. in engineering.

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JACE W. STOKES Jace W. Stokes of Plymouth is among students at Ferris State College named to the 1982 edition of Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. HOPE HONOREES The following Plymouth residents were named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Hope College in Holland, Mich: Mary L. Bahr, a sophomore, and Craig M. Stevens and Margaret Visser, tyoth juniors. DCB HONOREES Ike A. Phillips and Ira M. Bargon Jr., both of Canton, were among those named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Detroit College of Business, Dearborn. EILEEN HESS Eileen Hess, daughter of Robert and Phyllis Hess of Simpson, Plymouth, was named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Alma College. Ms. Hess is a 1981 graduate of Plymouth Salem High School. 3 IN WHO'S WHO Three residents were among 11 students at Schoolcraft Collegf, Livonia, named to the 1982 edition of Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. They were Oliver Lindsay and Charles Snyder of Plymouth, and Sheryl Zylka of Canton. CHRISTINE BORDO Christine Bordo of Burgundy, Canton Township, has been named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo. MIAMI HONOREES Two Plymouth residents are among those named to the clean's list at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, for the first semester. They are Barbara L. Grostt of Danbnidge Road and Edward D. Thomas of rkeyRun.

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Nancyl Morrin is the first "Young Careerist" selected by the Canton Business and professional Women's Club. The banker was the winner of the first com itition arranged by the club which r iived its charter in January 1981. Ms. Morrin is a branch ass stant manage for Manufacturer's Na ional Bank of etroit. She out ined her career and plans for the futu -e to BPW members and judges at a din i^r meeting in Cyprus Ga rdens Restaurant. Morrin graduated from Easterr Michigan University in 1978 where he earned a bachelor's d;gree in busiiess education. She completed he* decree in three years and was awarded two scholarships. She was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sbrority where she served as treasure and chapla n.

Graham M I K E A N D P A T Gresock of Canton Township went to Chicago on business for a weekend and came home with two awards. Mike and Pat a»e members of the local Oral Majority branch of Toastmasters International. While in the Windy City, they decided to attend a Toastmasters meeting and ended up with the 3M Club. . Mike was named best speaker in one competition, and Pat won the table topic award. Needless to say, J. Marc Sullivan, their mentor in the Oral Majority Club, was proud of the Gresocks.

PLYMOUTH-CANTON Civitans, by sponsoring the Friday openir^-night performance of "The Fantasticks," make possible two matinee shows — one for senior citizens and one for mentally impaired and physically handicapped citizens, Persons wishing to buy tickets for the March 5 benefit performance can call 459-0022 or'453-6257. Curtain time will be 8 p.m. for the March 5, 6,12 and 13 productions of "The Fantasticks" in the auditorium of Central Middle School. Tickets for the Saturdayafternoon senior citizens' matinee will be distributed to seniors' clubs in Canton and Plymouth by the Civitans. Seniors who are not members of an organization can call Tim Doyle, 459-0022, for information about tickets It's hats off to the Civitans for another thoughtful project and to the cast and company of the PTG musical for doing two extra shows.

'A few of the non-routine responsibilities include occasionally fixing breakfast for my staff, shoveling snow, and fixing Christmas baskets tor needy families ih the community.' —Nancy Morrin young careerist ment areas were complex and interesting," she told the club members. It was after much thought and discussion with the two vice presidents that she decided to interview with the personnel department.

'BEING AN EMU varsity cheerleader enabled me to do some traveling and meet teople from all walks of life," said Morrin. "I also taught adult enrichment classes at a local high school" She began her teaching career with the W lyne County Intermediate School District in continuing education for girls. Thi^ an alternative school fc>r unwed mothers. At the same timcj, she taugh; adult education classes ih the Melvindale-Allen Park Schools. Wh?n school ended in June, she began a summer job with Kelly Services. Her lirst assignment was with Manufactu er's Bank where she was secretary I or ttoo vice presidents in the commerc al lending area. "I enjoyed working there because I founc the banking industry to be very competitive and lending and invest-

"WHILE INTERVIEWING, many career opportunities were discussed and I decided that the branches would be the area in which to start my banking career," she related. Two years later she was a branch assistant manager in charge the eighth largest office, supervising 18 branch employees. Her responsibilities include budgeting, approving loans, performance appraisals, presenting new products and services to the staff, and calling on commercial customers. She also has non-routine responsibilites of occasionally fixing breakfast for her staff, shoveling snow, and fixing Christmas baskets for needy families in the community. She said, "I enjoy working in the branches because of the public contact and variety of responsibilies and challenges." | The young careerist is Junior Achievement coordinator for Manufac-

turer's Bank and a member of the JA Bank Board. Her goal is to obtain her master's degree and achieve the position of bank officer. OTHER CANDIDATES in the young careerist competition were Erma Heck, assistant director for Michigan Human Services and Rebecca Havenstein-Coughlin, head of adult services at the Canton Public Library. Judges, were Saundra Florek, Schoolcraft College counselor; Frances Gambena, Garden City Schools instructor; and Cathy Cole, Dale Carnegie Inc. The candidates were evaluated on a point system in four areas — personal accomplishments, speech presentation, group interaction, and personal interview. To be eligible, they had to be between 21 and 30, be employed in bigness or a profession for at least one year, be outstanding in scholastic work, community service and/or church work. Canton BPW meets the second Monday of the month. Educational and special programs are offered each month. The group encourages networking and resource exchange. Interested women may call Shirley Clapper, 722-6320, for more information.

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T H E DOUBLE-DECKER bus conked out, but Bud Martin found other transportation for the Plymouth Lions 35th ? ariniversary party. The dinner-theater party at Greenfield Village was a success, with three charter members in attendance. They were Bill Fehlig, Bruce Richard and Rollie Widmayer.

Well-known attorney Willa Mae King battery of business-orient d exand rperts will be on hand at Schoojcraft College Saturday to help area women answer all but one of their questions starting a new business. .Answers to 25 Questions about ng Your Own Business" is^the >f the all-day workshop to be ofby the college's Women's.Resource Center in cooperation with the Small Business Administration, the Na-

W I N N E R S IN the America & Me essay contest sponsored by the Farm Bureau Insurance Group have been announced. First-, second- and third-place awards for Our Lady of Good Counsel School were earned by Jennifer Dyer, Chuck Ristau and Peter Zeiler. From West Middle School, Ning Peng, Kristal Taylor and Marie Jarosz came in one, two, three. Jennifer and Ning will have their names engraved on a plaque for permanent display in their schools Their essays now advance to statelevel competition. The top 10 statewide winners, who will be announced in March, will receive plaques and U.S. Saving? bonds ranging in value from $200 to $1,000, totalling $4,000 in prizes The top 10 will be honored at an awards luncheon in mid-April. They will visit the office of Gov. Milliken, who will congratulate each winner personally. The governor is one of the contest judges

tional Association of Women Business Owners and the Alliance of FemaleOwned Businesses Involved in Construction (AFOBIC). "There's one question we can't answer," said Jean Christensen, resource center director, but then pointed out there would be a wealth of information on matters including planning and organizing, record keeping, financing, marketing and networking. There also will be a panel of local

by Ms. King, who seeks to help women broaden their thinking regarding possibilities in the business world. "We try- to encourage women to get away from the boutiques and traditional kinds of shops," noted the attorney whose law firm, Patmon, Young and Kirk, specializes in corporate and tax matters. "Women should think in terms of supply businesses, maybe, or franKINDS OF BUSINESSES and organchises. The profit is better. When I last izational possibilities will be explored checked, there were only two women in Michigan with McDonald's franchises. One got hers after the death of her husband and the other after a divorce." Ms. King said she would also discuss why women should think more of businesses as tax shelters. She will talk about .various kinds of organization — sole proprietorship, partnerships (limited and general) and corporations. "I'll answer questions, too, about business laws, and collateral and what* of moving into the old Hough School on L ever other matters come up," Ms. King Warren in the summer of 1963. The said. school, however, was being utilized by The speaker, who has participated in the school district for storage purposes. similar workshops at Michigan State In order for the nursery to move in, the and Wayne State universities, was a district needed a corresponding member of the Michigan Public Seramount of storage space. vice Commission from 1977 to 1980 and The nursery parents looked everyhas served on several other regulatory where — searching, appealing through groups. ' newspapers. Finally, the school board The only woman ever to serve as agreed to move the storage to the Ecpresident of the Wolverine Bar Associkles building and rent Hough School to ation, she also is affiliated with numerthe nursery. ous women's organizations and has won The white building had its image honors including the Sojourner Truth changed to the little red 6choolhouse in award from the Negro Business and the fall of 1968 when gallons of paint Professional Women's Club. were applied by parents.

women with businesses to offer the voice of experience. The event will take place 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Room B200 'of the Liberal Arts Building on the main campus, Haggerty between Six Mile and Seven Mile. A fee of $30 includes lunch. Those interested in registering may call the resource center, 591-6400, ext. 430.

!o-op children's nursery elebrates 20th birthday

T H E SARAH ANN Cochrane Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution had an American History Month essay contest. The contest was open to fifth- through eighth-graders. Their topic was "A Famous American Born in February." Suzanne M. Kohrs, first-place winner for fifth-graders, wrote about Susan B. Anthony. Suzanne attends Smith Elementary School. Marie Stevens of Eriksson Elementary came in second, and Stacy Bell, also of Eriksson, came in third. ^ Among the sixth-graders, Stdby Lyn Lapham of Moraine School in Northville was first with her essay about Thomas Edison. Nancy Rekuc was second, and Anna Stansell was third. Both attenc Our Lady of Good Counsel School in Plymouth. Mrs. Herman Scott of Northville was chairwoman of the project, which attracted 83 entries.

'oungsters at Plymouth Children's Niirsery have been blowing out |20 candles on birthday cakes with happy gusAs well as marking an important niversary, they have added reason celebration. Last fall's terrible times are row history. The school was closed by the Wayne County Department of Health lj>ecause of sewage problems. Now, new sewers ane being iing installed, each eacn class o 3- and 4 /ear-Olds has had an anniversary birthday cake, and open houies are plpnneq. anned. Applications for the 1982-83 school y^ar wijl be available during two open uses planned for 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Mlarch 7 and Wednesday, March 10. The little red school house is on Warren Road at Haggerty in Canton Township.

began in March 19W when eight mothers met to discuss the possibility of a co-op for preschoolers. A year later, the Plymouth Community Cooperative Nursery started with 22 students. The nursery met in the Plymouth Salvation Army Citadel on Fairground. The nursery moved to the Community Center on Union Street in the fall of 1962. It began its first full year of school with a new name, Plymouth Children's Nursery, Inc. The nursery school shared the building with the Plymouth Rifle Club. Mothers had to haur out equipment for use then shove it out of the way at the end of each daj^When their equipment storage area was turned over to the archery club, they had to find a new building.

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^"Membership has grown from 22 preschoolers to five groups of 21. Persons wishing more information about the nursery can call Denise Santeiu, 459-9157.

"Women and Mental Health is the topic for the March general meeting of the Northwest Wayne County chapter of the National Organization for Women. A panel of experts will discuss therapy for women from three perspectives - psychiatry, psychology and social work. The program is offered as a public service with all interested persons invited to attend. There is no charge to hear the panel's presentation. The NOW chapter will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 10 in Hoover Elementary School, Levan Road between Fiye and Six Mile roads, Livonia. The panel discussion will begin at 8:15 p.m. after a brief business meeting.

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Ethel Ebert, Janet Hamlin and Eleanor O'Connor received service pins. Each has more than 500 hours of volunteer service at the hospital. O'Connor is liamentarian of the league's parlia board of directors.

Anyone desiring more information or transportation should call Jan Evans, 476-3352, or Betty Kelley, 981-6117. ,

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Other speakers include Mary G Karenko of Livohia, speaking on "Simplified Record jeeping for Neophyte Business Owners," Mary Perna of Northville on "Financing Your Business," Jeanne Paluzzi of Livonia on "Marketing Your Product or Service" and G. Joan McCotter of Livonia on "Networking: A Prime-Time Activity." Mrs. Karenko hnd Mrs. MeCotter are co-owners of Contractor's Site & Signal Services, Inc., arid co-founders of AFOBIC, one of the sponsors of the workshop. Ms. Pernaj is a branch manager for Security B^nk & Trust and Ms Paluzzi is ownef of JGP Public Relations, Inc., and president-elect for the Michigan Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners

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ical training in Heidelberg, Germany, and her psychi itry specialty in New York. She has been a professor of psychiatry at Waynp State Medical College and filled a number of administrative positions with professional bodies in irsch has been in priMichigan. Dr vate practice in Dearborn since the 1950s. Christine Jenien, Ph.D., received her degree in psychiatry from the University of Michigai i. She owns three mental health clinic; in Michigan. One is in Owosso, one in flint, and she maintains her office in the clinic in Farmington Hills, Jensen :ounseling Associates She has been in private practice for 10 years. Bernadette Itavis ACSW (Academy of Certified Social Workers) is the owner and director of Davis Counseling Center in Farmington Hills The center offers a full range of counseling services, from psychiatry to Bocial work Ms. Davis has been in private practice for several yeafs

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Mrs. Robert Goudeseune of Mr Road, Canton, announce the Prov it of their daughter, Kimberengage ly Sue o David Roger .Goethe of »n, son of Mr. and Mrs. NorFa _ r jthe of Negaunee. The brideelect is! a 1979 graduate of Plymouth ,gh School. She attend^ OakSalem lunity College and is emland C National Bank of Detroit in ployed Her fiance is a graduate Farmin High School and Northern of Neg Michig University where he majored administration. He is emin busi ployed t , Chef's Pantry in Northville. They plan an August wedding in Nardin Par t Methodist Church, Farmington.

Christine Loraine Mettert and Bryan Louis Winkel were married Jan. 30 in Cherry Hill Methodist Church, Canton Township. The Rev. Bert Hosting officiated. The bride is the daughter of Eugene Mettert of Milan. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Winkel of Hanford Road, Canton. Irene Christodolmo of Ypsilanti was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Phyllis Roberts of Plymouth, Sue Schrock, Simone Pinter, and Julie Morgan, all of Ypsilanti. Rena Applegate was flower girl. x Tye Winkel of Ypsilanti was best man. Groomsmen were Bill Christie and Joe Daratony of Plymouth, Larry Huebler of Canton, and Jimmy Mettert of Milan. Jamie McFarland was ring bearer. The couple honeymooned at Niagara Falls after a wedding reception in the Ypsilanti Armory. The couple will live in Miami, Fla. Both are students at Eastern Michigan where the bride is majoring in nursing and the bridegroom in business management. She is employed by Vic Tanny International. He is employed by C.J. Construction and Dennis Market.

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Friends of the Canton Public Library are poetry in motion when it comes to getting the job done. Glenna Johnson, Carol Dugan, Kathy Teatsch, Lynn Spielman, Beverly and David Whiddon, Sharon Buselmeier along with Mary and Tom Feltz work hard all year long as part of the Friends. They help maintain community interest in the library by holding functions the public can enjoy. Fundraisers such as the new-book sale and the used-book sale have provided funds to purchase extra materials for community use" in the library. The World War I I Encyclopedias, the lighted revolving world floor globe, the community index file and the magnifying glass for patrons with hampered vision are in the library courtesy of the dedicated group. The first used-book sale last April was so successful the club is going full speed ahead toward the second-annual sale. Thousands of books have been donated throughout the past year. Many residents with leftover stock after garage sales have called on the Friends to take the books away. Sandy and Jim Gillig have volunteered their basement for the fund-raiser, since the storeroom in the town hall is overflowing. Prices on assortment will be $1.50 and under so every family member can take advantage of the bound treasures. Donica Keogh, Bob Padget, Mike Gorman, Jean Morse, Victor and Marylinn Troutman, Beverly and David Whiddon have spent many evenings sorting and pricing in preparation for the April clearance. The friends welcome new members and bright ideas from the community. Reading is fun, and so are the people in the Friends fellowship. Call Donica at 397-2996 for information.

ritish, known for generations ikers, have slowly converted as tea PLYMOUTH-CANTON Book Bowl is Coffee consumption in the in full swing. to coff igdom has increased three to , The kickoff was in November during United the level of pre-World War Children's Book Week, and the Super four ti Bowl will be in April during National

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Library Week. Twenty-four books were chosen for the eight schools involved by teachers and librarians. Multiple copies were distributed to the individual libraries, and a set is kept at the Public Library. The entire project is funded by the Canton Public Library to encourage good fun and comprehensive reading. The contestants will be two fourthgraders and two fifth-graders from the v a r i o p schools. The judges will be school and community librarians. Right now the excitement is within each school as classmates strive to be the chosen representative of their establishment. Deborah O'Connor directs the staff

and LoAnn Smith &re behind the counter - checking oijt books and accepting new application Rose Brylinski, baniel Kohls, Debbie Matzo^ Kristine Mitchell, Tim Richardson and Ruth illegrina keep the shelves well stocked and all of the be hind-the-scenes paperwork in order

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The library opened officially 16 jnonths ago, and 19,000 cards have been issued to area resident. Many larger communities boast of 19-percent penetration of this public service, but Canton maintains a 40-percent community use.

of the Canton Public Library. Clara Bohrer, Rebecca Havenstein-Coughlin, Carol Kuchta, Roberta Grotzke, Margaret Kitchel and Sharon Garcia are always organizing workshops and programs for all of our citizens.

It is hard to bel eve that our facility circulated 5,000 more books ^ than *hnn Plymouth and Northville libraries combined in the >ast year. It is the fastest-growing irstitution of its kind anywhere, accord ng to Deborah. The extended hours on week nights are one of the many reasons for the heavy flow.

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HOCK & M I N E R A L SOCIETY Plymouth Rock and Mineral Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 8 in the crafts room of the Plymouth Cultural Center, 525 Farmer St., Plymouth. Program will be a talk by Patty Rice, "Everything that you ever wanted to know about amber." Guests are welcome. • PLYMOUTH-CANTON LALECHE Plymouth-Canton Evening LaLeche League will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 9 at the home of Sharon Pooler, 42257 Ashbury, Canton. Topic for discussion will be "the family in relation to the breast-fed baby." For more information call Laura Lang, 459-6585, or Johanne Walters, 397-8480.

7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 9 at the home of Carrol Lewis, 23646 Rockford, Dearborn. Co-hostesses will be Marsha Woods, 455-4037, and Vija Markovs, 981-5488. The hostess will present the program. Call for reservations and for more information about the program. Persons interested in membership may call Fran Lang, president, 4535064. ST. JOHN N E U M A N N 50-UP St. John Neumann Catholic Church's 50-UP club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 16 at the home of Anthony and Jeanette Ramoni for a card social. The social club is for persons 50 years of age and over. Everyone is welcome. For information call 455-1363. ,

American history experts Gladys Deyo poured tea for Arlene jnd John Shy, featured speakers at a meeting of the Daughter! of Colonial Wars. Mrs. Deyo hosted the meeting in her Plymoul home. The Shya' topic was British leaders and Colonial "Amherst, Gage, and Shelburne Wars." Mrs. Shy is curator of mam ;ripts at Clements Library at the University of Michigan and is waiting a biography of the Earl of Shelburne. Dr. Shy teaches both military history and early American history at U-M. A graduate of \be United States Military Academy, he received his doctorate at Princeton University. He has written books about the revolutionary and pre-Revolutionary era.

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TOASTMASTERS Oral Majority branch of Toastmasters International meets at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in Denny's Restaurant, Ann Arbor Road at 1-275. Dinner is ordered individually from the menu. District speechcraft chairman will visit the club to discuss speechcraft and its benefits to the community. For information call 455-1635.

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COUNCIL ON AGING

The Plymouth Community Council on Aging will meet at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 9 in the Plymouth Cultural Center, 325 Farmer St. All members of the community are invited to see the program of slides and commentary presented by Bill Blakeney on "China Today." Since he has retired he has traveled all over the world and recently visited mainland China. There will be a short business meeting and refreshments will be served.

SPINNAKERS TRAVEL

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Spinnakers, a singles club co-sponsored by First Presbyterian Church of Northville and First United! Presbyterian Church of Plymouth ill have a Travel Night at 7:30 p.n Saturday, March 13 in First United Presbyterian Church of Plymouth, 701 Church St. Cost is $1.50 per person. Sli le presentap down the tion will include "A Solo Southfield; Amazon" by Jim Harris McKenzie "Visiting Scotland" by Da of Northville; and "Vacation Time Sharing" by Sarah Denning of Northville. For information on clutf activities or to make reservations Call Annalee Mathes, 349-7334, or the Northville Presbyterian Church officie, 349-0911.

• FRIENDS OF MATTHAEI GARDENS

The Friends of the Matthaei Botanical Gardens will have their monthly Lobby Sale from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, March 6 and 7 at the gardens, 1800 N. Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor. The sale will include plants,

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"PINOCCHIO"

The American Association of University Women, Plymouth branch, will present its annual children's play, "Pinocchio," In Plymouth Salem High School auditorium, Joy Road west of Canton Center Road. Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday, March 4 and 5; 10 a.m., 1 p.m.. and 3 p.m. Saturday, March 6; and 1 and 3 p.m. Sunday, March 7. Tickets are $1.25. •

CANTON BPW Guests are welcome when the Canton Business and Profession Women's Club meets Monday, March 8, in Cyprus Gardens, Sheldon at Ford roads Cocktails are at 6:30 p.m. and dinner at 7 p.m. Guest speaker will be Laura Callow. Michigan ERA organizer, who will talk about the Equal Rights Amendment Call Robin Koelbel, 455-4230, for reservations. • PLYMOUTH WOMAN'S CLUB Woman's Club of Plymouth will hon or past presidents at its 85th anniversary meeting at 12:30 p.m. Friday, March 5 in First United Presbyterian Church of Plymouth, Church Street at Main. Speaker will be Ernest Dumouchelle of Dumouchelle Galleries who will talk about auctions and an tiques.

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"An Evening With Jeffrey Bruce," April 28 at tbe Plymouth Hilton. The event is being sponsored by the Plymouth Newcomers and is open to the public. Bruce, private beauty consultant for some of the world's most beautiful women, has hosted the "Kelly & Company" television show. Tickets are $5 per person and are available by sending a stamped, selfaddressed envelope to Carole Townsend, 46192 Quail Ridge Ct, Plymouth 48170. Dessert and coffee will be served at 7 p.m. and the program will begin at 7:30 p.m. For information call 459-5953.

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ACADEMICALLY TALENTED

The Plymouth Canton Association for the Academically Talented will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 10 in the Pioneer Middle School cafetorium. Douglas McClennan, Ph.D., licenced psychologist and marriage counselor, graduate of the University of Michigan and former teacher, will share theories and ideas concerning individualized education for the gifted. He will stress practical techniques for parents to use in helping their children maintain their emotional health in a public school environment, He will wel-

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Dexter Area Historical Society will have its ninth annual Pioneer Crafts Fair from 10 a.m to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 20 in the Dexter High School gymnasium, 2625 Baker Road, Dexter. Entertainment, lunch available, prizes, 60 artists and craftsmen demonstrating techniques of early colonists. Admission is $1 for adults, 50 cents for high school students, children free.

The Western Wayne County Mothers of Twins Club will have the semiannual buy and sell from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 20 at St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 5885 Venoy Road north of Ford in Westland.

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BARBER SHOPPERS "Do You Remember?" is the theme of the Wayne Chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America's annual spring show Friday-Saturday at Our Lady of Mercy High School, 11 Mile Road at Middlebelt, Farmington Hills. Tickets at $6 each may be obtained by calling Tom Pollard at 427-5527 or 525-0390. •

LUNCH HOUR' Television star James MacArthur and film glamour girl Cybill Shepherd co-star in Jean Kerr's comedy "Lunch Hour" opening a four-week engagement Friday at the Birmingham Theatre, 211 S. Woodward. Preview performances will be presented at 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday and 2 and 7 p.m.

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HIT MUSICAL "One Mo' Time," a sunny salute to the goo< 1 old days of black vaudeville, will be presented at 6 and 9:30 p.m. Saturdi y and 2 and 8 p.m. Sunday in the Pov rer Center at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The show featuri lg a live New Orleans jazz band a id three performers is part of the Professional Theatre Program's Best of Broadway Series. A special ticket is available for f'One Mo' Time" and "The Best Little Whorehouse n Texas," the final show of the series. For more information call 764-0450. •



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DINNER DANCE The Catholic Central Stage Band will present a "Nite on the Town" dinner dance from 8 p.m. to midnight March 20 in the school cafetorium at Schoolcraft and Inkster. The annual dinner-dance is sponsored by the award-winning band, which will spotlight songs of the big-band era and contemporary music. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets at $25 per couple include dinner, beer and set-ups. Tickets are available in advance only. For tick5 p.m.

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tRASS RING lack Sabbath, with special guest Wrabit , will appear in concert at 8 p.m. Sturday at Cobo Arena, Detroit, lets at $10 and $11 are available t i 11 CTC Outlets. • SNOW W H I T E Henry K. Martin will present one of world's classic stories for chiltn, "Snow White and the Seven rarfs," at 10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m. furday and 9:30,11 a.m. and 1 p.m. iay and March 11 at the Comlity Arts Auditorium at the Michii State Fairgrounds, Detroit. For ervations and information call 7-1228.

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BAPTIST INDEPENDENT BAPTIST BIER r FELLOWSHIP CHURCH

BETHEL BAPTIST TEMPLE Livonia 2 S 4 7 5 W Six M i l

BIBLE CENTERED FUNDAMENTAL SOUL WINNING CHURCH

H.L. Petty P«»IOI 525-3664 or 261-9276

7 Mile Road and Grand River Detroit, Michigan

1040 a.m. lOOi Sunday 11:00 a.m. 'Morning lorahip 8:00 p.m. ice {Evening 7:00 p.m. Wed. Farnjly Hour Study - Awana Clubs1

"A Church Thst it cS^j>Kl

AFFILIATED WITH SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION

533-2300 9:30 A . M .

Mrs Donna Gleason Minister of Music

35375 ANN ARBOR TRAIL. LIVONIA 425-5585 (Between Wayne & Newburgh) 522R o l a n d F. D e R e n z o , P a s t o r . MORNING"WORSHIP • BIBLESCHOOL . EVENING SERVICE •WEDNESDAY SERVICE . VISUALIZED CHILDREN'S CHURCH

Holding forth th• word ot Lit*

G R A N D River B A P T I S T of LIVC NIA 14S00 Six MILE RD. Just Weat ot Farmington Rd. J4DUU

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10 :45 A . M . " C E R T A I N I E S O F H I S SUPPER" COMMUNION 7!Q0 P.M. ' I N T H E R A C E FOR L I F E ! "

NURSERY OP€l Adrian* Chansy. ot Chrithan Ed. I Mouth Pastor Dr Wilbert D|Gough

EVANGELICAL C O V E N A N T C H U R C H OF AMERICA

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FAITH C0VENAN T

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CHURCH M O R N I N G W O |R« RSHIP 10:45 A M S U N D A Y S C H O O L S:30 A M

Frederick C Vosburgj Parish Minister

(near Telegraph) H O U R S OF SERVICE 11 0 0 A M

Wednesday 9:30 a.m. - Holy Eucharist Saturday 5 00 p.m, - Holy Eucharist Sunday 7:45 a.m. - Holy Eucharist 9:00 a.m. - Christian Education for all ages 10:00 a.m. - Holy Eucharist Sunday Morning - Nursery Care Available Tlw HSV R M Knjti Its to» Ki rtiG Dirts Ths Rsv. Edward A. King



SUNDAY SCHOOL

WEDNESDAY TESTIMONIAL

"POWER OVER TEMPTATIONS" M a r k 9, V e r s e 4 2 - 5 0

3 9 0 2 0 Five Mile R o a d West Livonia

3 0 0 0 0 Five Mile R o a d East L i v o n i a 421-7249

464-0211

CHURCH 3 6 5 0 0 A n n A r b o r Trail 422-0149 lllnlal^ra Minisiei • J a c k E. O l g u e n Roy a Forsytti D a v e Qladatorw D i r e c t o r of Yout h T e r r y Gladstone D i r e c t o r of E d u c a t i o n W0R8HIP 9 : 1 5 A . M . 4 11:00 <.M.

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JESUS CHRIST";

WEDNESDAY

6:30 P.M.

7:30 P.M. FAMILY NIGHT

"HOLINESS OF GOD"

261-1694

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Livonia 4? 1-5406 WORSHIP & CHURCH SCHOOL 10:00 A.M. Dr Robt, H. Jacobson

THE DETROIT GOSPEL TABERNACLE

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In Livonia — St. Paul Ev. Lutheran Church, 17810 Farmington Rd. Pastor Winfred Koelpln - 261-8759 Worship Services - 8:30 A11:00 a.m.

55b LILLEY RD., CANTON

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EPIPHANY LUTHERAN I C A 4 1390 Piv? Mile Rd

420-0877

Dr. I E Karl, Pastor 464-6284 In W e s t l a n d R e c r e a t i o n Center 36651 F o r d R o a d

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8:00 10:00 6:00 7:30

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Nursery and Children's Ministery provided at all services

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93Q0 F a r m i n g t o n R d

W O R S H I P 8:15 & 11:00 A M C H U R C H S C H O O L 9 30 A M R«v Richard A M a r U t f f * v "

345 NORTH MAIN. PLYMOUTH 313-1-459-6240

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901-4416 Morning Worship 10 30-a m Nursery Provided

CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN CHURCH

10 30 A . M W o r s h i p 7 00 P.M. W o r s h i p and Praise Service

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In Plymouth — St. Peter Ev. Lutheran Church, 1343 Pennlman Ave. Paator Leonard Koenlnger - 453-3393 Worship Services 8 & 10:30 a.m. • Sunday School 9:15 a.m.

r. Erfcest M. Porcari Pastor

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9:45 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 6:30 P.M. 7:00 P.M

Wisconsin Evangelical

S T. THOMAS A BECRET Parish

532-0346

(5 blks. West of Telegraph, 1 Blk. So. of 7 Mile)

LUTHERAN WISCONSIN

Masses

Masses: Sat. 6:00 PM Sun. 9:00 a. ml 10:30 a.m. fr 12:00 NOON

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'A Friendly Church with Christ Centered Purpose

981-1333

Henry Rufl al Wesl Chicago

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WCAR 1090 SUNDAY 10:30 A.M.

NATIVITY C H U R C H

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r. Edward J. Baldwin Pastor

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19000 Winston, Det. Sunday School 9:45 A.M. - Morning Worahip 11:00 A.M. Calibration of Pralaa - 6:30 P.M. Wad. Adult Prayar 8 Pralaa - Youth Sanrice 7:30 P.*.

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CHURCH SCHOOL Nurssry thru Adults 9:30 A.M.

(Christian Church)

BIBLE S C H O O L

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NEWBURGH AT P L Y M O U T H R O A D

SJ it. 5:00 and 6:30 pm

UNITED CHURCH

CHUCK EMMERT

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FIPT5T UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Of Garden City 6443 Merriman Road 421-8628 Dr. Robert Grigereit Minister

455-5910 '

35475 Five Mile Rd 464-672? M A R K M C G I L V R E Y . Minister J

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Free Correspondence Course

MEMORIAL C H U R C H of C H R I S T T

NON-DENOMINATIONAL

4*300 Warren Road

FREE CLOTHING TO THE NEEDY MOM. EYENMGS 7-9 PJ1

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T.JOHN NEUMANN Parish

WORSHIP

UNITY OF L I V O N I A

U i ) l 2 Thouqht ? 6 1 - ? 4 4 0 Radio-Sun. 11:00 AM WCAR 1090 AM

C h u r c h S c h o o l 11:15 A . M . BIBLE STUDY - Wed. 9:30 A.M., Thurs. 7:00 P.M.

421-9140

11 a m & 6 p . m . B i b l e S c h o o l 10 a . m W e d 7:30 p . m W o r s h i p

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UNITY

"I A M T H E D O O R "

VILLAGE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN 25350 W. Six Mile Rd. Rev. Robart M. Barcus 534-7730 W O R S H I P 10:00 A . M .

41355 S i x M i l e R d . Northville 348-9030

CHRISTIAN

CATHOLIC LURCHES

TV C h a n n e l 2 0 S a t u r d a y 9 : 3 0 a m . C a l l or W r i t e for

9:30 8 11.-00 A.M.

"LOVE UNCONDITIONAL"

GARDEN CITY

422-8660 o r See

WORSHIP

Thomaa E. Traak, Paator

in C h u r c h B u i l d i n g M m t « 5 Hobart Ash by & Dannw Swindle

Youth Minister



WEEKDAY CLASSES FOR A L L A G E S

8900 Middlebelt, Livonia (Near Joy Rd.)

165?

WORSHIP 9 15 & 11 00 A V SUNDAY SCHOOl & NURSERY 1100 A M

Gerald R Cobleigh and Carol J Allen ministers

Available

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Oarsth D. Baker, Paator 421-7620

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Hubbard at W. Chicago • 422-0494

BETHEL MISSIONARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD

LIVONIA

1841 M i d d l e b e l t

ROSEDALE GARDENS

CHURCH SCHOOL 11:00 A.M. Includes Class for Mentally Retarded

Dr William A Ritter. Pastor Mrs Donette Miller, Dir. C E Mr MeMn Rookus. Dir Music

• 1S431 Memman Rd

P h o n e 459-9550 GARDEN CITY PRESBYTERIAN

HOLY TRINITY

FAITH

Kannmth F. GrueOe/, Paator 459-0013

Rev. William C. Moore - Pastor

A Charismatic Church where people of many denominations worship together

CHURCHES OF CHRIST

GENEVA UNITED PRESBYTERIAN 5835 Sheldon Rd., CANTON WORSHIP ft CHURCH SCHOOL 9:30 8. 11:00 A . M .

MEETINGS 8 P M

NEWBURQ UNITED METHODIST

W o r s h i p S e r v i c e 10 45 A M

29887 West Eleven Mile Road 476-8860 Just Waal ot Middlebelt Farmington Hills WORSHIP SERVICE 9:15 & 11:00 A.M.

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Worship Services and Junior C h u r c h - 11:00 a.m.

J o i n us!

NARDIN PARK UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

WORSHIP

S u n d a y S c h o o l f o r all a g e s 9 : 4 5 a . m .

Nursery Care Provided

Worahip - 8:15 a n d 10:45 a . m . Bible Claaaea 9i30 a.m. Nursery A vailable E d u c a t i o n Offica 421-7359

David T. Strong, Minister 422-6038 10:00 am - Worship Service 10:00 am • Church School (3 yrs. - 8th Grade) 11:15 am-Sank* High Class (9- 12th grade) 11:15 am - Adult Study Classes Nursery Provided

Minister 0« Music Ruth Had lay Turner - D»r ot Ed.. Barbara Caldwell

SUNDAY

Meeting at Isbister School - Canton Center Rd. South of Ann Arbor Rd. Plymouth, Mich.

Nursery P r o d d e d

30900 Six Mile Rd.

MINISTERS ARCHIE H. DONIGAN A BARBARA J. LEWIS Worship Services & Church School 9:30 & 11:00 A.M. "THE TEN C O M M A N D M E N T S : # 8 " T H E C O M M A N D M E N T . , . OF A T H I E F " Rev. D o n i g a n

A Caring & Sharing Church

CHURCH

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Livonia

Plymouth and Wesr Chicago

"THE VINEYARD" Dr. W m . Ritter p r e a c h i n g

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LUTHERAN (English Synod A.E.L.C.;

591-021 1 522-0821 8:30 A.M. HOLY COMMUNION 9:30 A.M. CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 10:30 A.M. FAMILY EUCHARIST The Rav. Emery Gravelle

Presbyterian 16701 JOY RD Dearborn Hgts Pastor John Jeffrey • 278-9340 9.30 A M Sun. Sch & Adult Bible 11.00 A M WORSHIP SERVICE Dial-a-ride 278-9340

P 4 4 0 0 W Seven Mile

SAINT ANDREWS EPISCOPAL CHURCH 16360 Hubbard Road Livonia, Michigan 4S1S4 421-8451

HOLY SPIRIT. LIVONIA 9083 Newburgh Rd

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PRESBYTERIAN

FOURTH CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST

(Bat Merrknan A MMdtobalt)

ALDERSGATE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (Redtord Township) 10000 BEECH DALY ROAD

Rev. S c o t t S i m o n s

TRINITY

EPISCOPAL

ST. MATTHEWS UNITED METHODIST

Nursery Provided at All Services

Dr. W . W h i t l e d g e

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

CLARENCEVILLE UNITED METHODIST

20300 Middlebelt, Llvohla Pastor Gerald Fisher 474-3444 8:45 a m First Worship Service 5 45 p.m. Youth Meetings 10 00 a m The Church School 7:00 p.m Sunday Evening Service 11:15 a.m. Second Service of Worship 7:00 p.m Wed - The Midweek Service

Dr. W F. Whitledge

Rev. R. A r m s t r o n g

UNITED METHODIST

Am H. ih'P Mi-.ts'e'

" C A N G O D BE S O R R Y HE M A D E Y O U " Wed. Lenten Program 6:30 P . M . Dinner 7:15 P.M. Classes

HERALD OF HOPE WYFC 1520 Mori thru Fri 8 45 A M

Nursery

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422-1470

W O R S H I P & C H U R C H S C H O O L 9 : 3 0 & 11:00 A M

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DEAF MINISTRY

W o r s h i p • 8 30 and 1 1 0 0 a . m .

FIRST UNITED METHODIST OF PLYMOUTH 45201 N TERRITORIAL RD (300 yds West of Sheldon 4-3-5280 . OFFICE HOURS 9-5 MON THRU FRI. • 453-5^85 John N. Grenfell, Jr, 9:15 A.M. WORSHIP SERVICE & CHURCH SCHOOL 11:15 A.M. WORSHIP SERVICE & CHILDREN'S CHURCH

2 7 4 7 5 Five Mile Rd (at Inkster)

Dr wnnam oiani nev jonn Elliott Mrs Richard Kaye, Music Dir

35415 W 14 M i l e Rd. at Drake 661-9191

ST. P A U L ' S U N I T E D P R E S B Y T E R I A N C H U R C H

8500 N Morton Taylor, Canton H. Thweatt Pastor 453-4785 Sunday School - 9 45 a m Morning Worship - 1 1 a m Baptist Training Union - 6 30 p m Evening Worship - 7.30 p m Wednesday Service - 7 00 d m

Sunday Service Broadcast 9:30 a.m., WMUZ-FM 103.5 •

Nursery Provided at All Services

Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention

Dr. William M. Stahl

FIRST BAPTIST C H U R C H OF GARDEN CITY 30268 Marquette & Henry Ruff 421-1349 Rav. Richard L. Vinton 9:45 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 11:00 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 6:30 P.M. EVENING WORSHIP 7:00 P.M. WED., MIDWEEK SERVICE

4 I• W e d n e s d a y 7:00 p . m . S c h o o l of C h r i s t i a n E d u c a t i o n (Activities for All Ages)

MAIN STREET BAPTIST CHURCH

11:00 A.M."THE COMMON COMMUNION"

] i:00 a.m. 1 :15 a.m. :00 p.m. 00 p.m. 1( .00 : a.m.

7:00 PM.

C A N T A T A A C A D E M Y in c o n c e r t

New! Sunday Service Telecast 8:30 p.m., Channel 62

PLYMOUTH, MICHIGAN 45000 N. TERRITORIAL RD. 455-2300 ' % Ml. West of Sheldon »40 A.M. Sunday School for aN agee

BEREAN BIBLE C H U R C H

Dr. Bartlett L. Hess

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DISCOVER THE DIFFERENCE at

"REJOICE, REMOVE, REMEMBER"

Sunday School 9 45 a m 'Morning Worship 10 45 a m Baptist Training Union 5pm Evening Worship Hour 7pm W&l-iesday Service ! pm

10:45 A.M. Church School for 8II Agee

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422-3763

6:00 P.M. HOBBY AND CRAFT CLASSES Paul 0. Lamb Assoc Pastor

j 422-1150 HOLY COMMUNION Worahip and 8unday School 8:30,10*» & 11:30 a.m.

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Pastor Evans

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WARD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF LIVONIA Farmington and Si* Mile Roads ,

32940 SCHOOLCRAFT

"WHY KEEP LENT?"

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LIVONIA BAPTIST CHURCH

Redford Baptist Church

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A 25-year ministry moves to The result of their efforts was the Middlebelt Nursing Centre, now a 162 bed facility, administered by Gutowski Extended ministry has meant both ' and having a reputation for compassionate care and innov itive methods long service and wide outreach to the Margaret Adams, s business school Rev. Lyle M. Adams and his wife Mar- • graduate, went to wprk for the garet. nursing center when it opened in 196&. And the couple, who served Trinity "Ten years ago I isked for a Baptist Church more than 25 years and months to set up an a< rtivities have worked on several fronts to imthere," she said, "and I've never prove life for the elderly and the inturned to the business office. The a firm, are being honored tonight before moving to Florida and a new challenge. , ities program is too mportant to residents." Friends from Livonia and Detroit congregations of Trinity Church are MINISTRY CONTI W E D to e planning a dinner at Sveden House in g early jthe Trinity Church, recoi Farmington Hills for the Adams, who housing in this need for senior ci will start work about April 1 at the new ient center at its area, built a 40-a Springwood Nursing Home in Sarasota. le center opened site on Middlebelt. Joiifttg their church friends will be administrator. in 1972 with Adams associates from the Middlebelt Nursing Middlebelt-Hope Centre was builIt in Centre of Livonia, Middlebelt-Hope Westland in 1978. i k e the Livonia Nursing Centre of Westland, Trinity Park, a senior citizen center in Livonia Middlebelt Centre, it had no direct connection with the B< ptist church, and Trinity Park West, a home for the Adams was president of its board of diaged which opened just two years ago rectors and the coup e lent strong siupin Livonia. port. All these institutions have been close Trinity Park West ;ame into being in parts of their lives. Adams came to 1980, and in the last two years its adTrinity Baptist Church of Detroit in ministration has cla med a large part 1956, and under his direction the conof Adams' attention. The 99-bed faciligregation established a mission in ty on Six Mile just epst of Haggerty is Livonia while keeping the original church going. designed for elderly )ersons who do not want to live alone bi^t do not need nurs"For 24 years I've been preaching at ing home care. two services each Sunday morning, at Somewhere along with establishment 9:30 in Livonia and at 11 in Detroit;" he said. "And I only once ran afoul of the of the varied facilit es for the elderly, the church acquired a third building to law — the Redford officer asked if I become a real trinit; r. A pioneer chapel thought I was going to church. He just on the grounds whei e the Trinity Park gave me a warning." West was built was put back into use with a lay minister, ind the church now BUT TWO CHURCHES made up has regular service in three locations only part of the Adams' ministry. Maron Sundays. garet Adams, for the last 10 years director of an extensive activities program at Middlebelt Nursing Centre, ALL THE ACTIVITY led the Adams talked about the other part. to think about chanj e. "We at one time had responsibility "Everything at tt e church was going for both my grandmothers and Lyle's very well," the pastor said, "and it mother," she said, "and we began to seemed a good time. give a. lot of thought to the kind of care "I had been ther? 25 years, and my older people need." predecessor, the R( v. F.R. Vine, served Her husband took up t^e story. * At-that time we met Chuck Gu- 26.1 had said I didn't intend to beat his record." towskifWho was with a funeral home The couple had started visiting Saran e a r ' M r Detroit church," he said. "He sota, Fla., regularly in 1972 and had was interested in establishing a home determined it would be their eventual that could give good care to elderly home. people "Then Margarej happened to hear "We. got a group together to organize about a new facility being built there and build a home."

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by Shive Nursing Homes of Fort Wayne," Adams said. "I sent in a resume and learned a few weeks ago that I had the job. It seemed as though everything was fitting together rather providentially, and if we needed any confirmation, this winter has given it." The home is scheduled to open later this year with Lyle Adams at its helm and Margaret Adams working in some capacity. "I'm not sure yet just how, but I know I'll be involved," she said. THE COUPLE came to this area after varied experiences. They met during World War II while Adams was serving in the U.S. Army Air Corps. "I was stationed at Salt Lake City," he remembers, "and when I went home on leave to visit my parents at

Novinger, Mo., a friend mentioned that ing last year with the rank of colonel. bis cousins lived, there and if I'd call them I'd get a home-cooked dinner. HE GRADUATED from Wheaton "It turned out that the cousins had* College in Illinois in 1952 and then from the Conservative Baptist Theologtheir granddaughter staying with them ical Seminary in Denver in 1955. He beat the time, and eventually I married gan work on a master's degree in histoher." ry at the University of Colorado while Not without complications, though. serving as pastor of Bethany Baptist The young airman was transfered to Church of Denver, leaving it uncomSpokane and asked Margaret to come pleted when he accepted the call to there to marry him, but he was moved Trinity in Detroit in 1956. again before the ceremony could take place. Later they managed to marry at Tuseon, and Adams was shipped out to England the next day. "Ours was one of those wartime marThe Rev. Carol Allen, associate pasriages that wasn't supposed to work," tor of Rosedale Gardens United Preshe said. byterian Church, will be the speaker But Major Lyle Adams returned to for the World Day of Prayer program this country after a year of piloting from a base in England. He continued of Church Women United of Livonia on in the Air Force active reserve, retirFriday.

Church women plan prayer day

LUTHERAN MISSOURI SYNOD LUTHERAN CHURCH

MISSOURI SYNOD 14175 Farmington Rd. U. Mile N. of Schoolcraft

REV R A L P H G. S C H M I D T . P A S T O p

WORSHIP SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY 8:00 & 10:30 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:15 A.M. NURSERY PROVIDED

464-6554

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25630 GRAND RIVER at iEECH DALY REDFORD TWP

SUNDAY SERVICES 9 15 4 11:00 A M

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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:15 A 11:00 A . M

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BMa Ctma & SS 9 30 am MmWW Evening Service ? 30 o

ANNA TABOTTl

522-6830

GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCHMISSOURI SYNOD

5885 Venoy ol Fort Rd WMtUnd 425-0200

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In addition to h s professonal activities, Adams is a riiember of the board of trustees for the seminary is Denver and has taught at Detroit Bible College and worked as a volunteer staff counselor and probation officer /or the 16th District Court of Livonia. The Adams haive a daughter, Rebekah Hazelton, who has been employed by Catholic Social Services and is currently living! in Honolulu with her husband.

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Dr. Lyle Eckley, evangelist, is leading revival services this week in Plymouth Church of the Nazarene, 41550 E. Ann Arbor Trail. Services will be held at 7:30 p.m. through Saturday and at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday March 7. Each service will feature special music. A resident of Laguna Park, Tex., Dr. Eckley serves as a full-time evangelist in the Church of the Nazarene. He was district superintendent of the West Texas District of the Church of the Nazarene and served six years in the New York District, 20 years in the Northwestern Illinois District and nine years in West Texas.. He has been an elder of the church since 1933. • MEMORIAL CHURCH OF CHRIST

The Concert Choir of the Cincinnati Bible Seminary will sing at 6:30 p.m. Sunday in Memorial Church of Christ, 35475 Five Mile, Livonia. The concert will feature a variety of music depicting joys and challenges of Christian life. The 37-voice choir performs under the direction of Steve White, associate professor of music at the seminary. •

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A week of prayer for home missions will begin Sunday in Merriman Road Baptist Church, 2055 Merriman, Garden City. The goal of the church is to raise $2,200,000 to help support 2,970 missionaries. On the same date training will be offered to church members to prepare them for the revival April 18-23. Three courses will be available from March 7 through April 25. "Spiritual Awakening-How Do They Happen?" will be led by Kirby Dilworth. 1 Jim Archer will teach on "My Personal Renewal Through Bible Study and Prayer." Norma Wilder will discss "Transformation." Dr. Lyle Eckley visiting evangelist

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Cantata Academy of Detroit will be held at 7 p.m. Sunday in Ward Presbyterian Churfch, Farmington Road and Six Mile, Livonia. The 40-voice choir has toured Europe, as well as tl\e U.S., performing all American-Comjwsed choral selections. The Cantata Academy has appeared with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and has presented concerts in Orchestra Hall. Choir director is Frederick Bellinger.

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Bishop Wilbur Behrend of Waconia, Minn, will give a slide presentation titled "Our Moravian Roots: Three Weeks Behind the Iron Curtain" at 6:45 p.m. Saturday, March 6 in Faith Community Moravian Church, 46001 Warren, Livonia. His talk is based on his experiences last September at the Moravian Unity Synod in Herrnhut, East Germany, and on his travels in Czechoslavakia. It is in these areas that the Moravian church had its beginnings more than

500 years ago. T1hey are still centers of Moravian church work. •

ALPHA BAjPTIST John Canine, formerly an all-Amencan baskeball player at Ohio University, will speak at £ sports rally March 6 and 7 in Alpha $aptist Church, 28051 W. Chicago, Livonia. He is chaplain for the Detroit Lions and Bible study leader for the Detroit Tigers. The event will start at 7 p.^n. Saturday and at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Siinday. Garry Cobb and Ken Fantetti, line backers for the Lions will participate on Saturday. •

FIRST UNITED METHODIST A series of Lenten Forums will be held during Malrch at First United Presbyterian Church of Plymouth, 701 Church. They wijl begin March 10 and continue for four successive Wednesdays. Dinners w 11 commence at 6:30 p.m., and will follow an international theme, with food in Spanish, Irish and Scottish style. Adult prograrris include the appearance of the Sweet Adelines singing group and ABC-TV sportscaster Dave Diles. On the fin$l night the Rev. Walter White will discuss his work at Mariner's Inn in downtown Detroit. Young children will be entertained by Walt Disney films. The Forum is open to the public. For ticket informa tion call the chun h at 453-6464.

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Fear can be healthy as well as destructive I was talking with a friend over lunch. He said that he believes that many people today are afraid of the future. "If there is anything they experience, it is fear," he suggested. "They believe that our major institutions are out of control." We all have times during which we experience fear. The continued arms race is a reason for fear. The drift of our economy produces worry. Unemployment is a harsh reality. We can worry about our health. Parents can fear for their children's future. Worry and fear are not new to the human condition. No society has had such reason for security and comfort. Yet fear and worry are with us. Often they seem to overwhelm us. Religion teaches us to trust in a loving and caring God. Those who deal with life from a faith perspective work at replacing fear with trust. THERE ARE THREE basic meanings for the word 'fear.' Fear usually means panic, the idea of running away. Fear is also understood in a general way as the opposite of courage. Lastly, fear can

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mean the experience of awe or reverence. In the Biblical record, fear is almost always described as the reaction people have when they experience God in action. It happens when one finds themself in the face of what Rudlph Otto calls "the wholly other." Such is the helpful meaning of fear for a person of faith. It is a positive meaning. It is like the image which the film industry tries to convey when they produce movies about creatures from other planets. My son who watches such movies tells me that the films are usually not very convincing. Religious people also have largely forgotten the significance of awe. Seldom do we expect to feel awe and fear in the face of God's action. , WILLIAM BARCLAY states that there can be no religion without reverence. Fear in its useful meaning of awe and reverence, can inspire. It can motivate people to change in a positive manner. It can counteract the worship of man which often leads us into fear. The words of Swinburne, "glory to man in the

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highest, for man is the master of things," show the opposite view. We can only ref ect how such a view could lead Hitler's super race. Only when our awe is proper ly placed in relation to God do we see its benefit, on ly then will we find courage to face what we most dommonly call fear. THERE IS a destructive side to fear. This side is counteracted by an adequate religious faith. This negative fear is the result of evil doing. It is the fear of dying. It is the fear produced by legalism. It is fear tht has to do with punishment. It it a fear which produces cowardice and the decision not to stand for what is right. The writer of I John in the Bible gives an anwser to our destructive fear when hp says, "Perfect love casts out fear." Such a resource will be helpful to us in a day in which we seem to (multiply destructive fear. In descovering the difference between destructive fear and a proper religious meaning we can build our confidence and our hope in the future.

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9-11 PM CBS (8 Central/Mountain) BETWEEN TWO BROTHERS Pat Harrington and Michael Brandon in a teleflitk about a prominent attorney's c o m p u l s i v e drive to r e a c h his emotionally troubled brother and make amends for giving up on him when his brother needed him most. With Hel^n Sh'aver, Brad Savage, Mary Jackson and Peter White.

jnique Peacock Showcase for young latent, ideas and special interests as some of the brightest kids throughout the country demonstrate the|r skills. Budding careers.

movies SAT . M A R C H 6 8-9PM CBS (7 Central/Mountain) WALT DISNEY: THE SPACEMAN IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT. Conclusion With Dennis Dugan. Jim Dale, Ron Moody and Kenneth Moore

9-11PM ABC (8 Central/Mountain) A L L I G A T O R A baby reptile is forgotten but pot gone aftdr being flushed into a city sewer Where it grows to gargantuan proportions,

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9*11:20PM ABC (8 Central/Mountain) COMA. A beautiful young surgeon (Genevieve Buj'old) fears for her own life when she discovers that hospital patients are being used as part of a deadly scheme to stockpile vital organs for transplant to the dying rich. A thriller with Michael Douglas, Richard Widmark, Rip Torn. Lance LeGa'ult and Kurt Andon. M O N . , M A R C H If)

9*11 PM CBS (8 Central/Mountain) A S H I N I N G S E A S O N Timothy Bottoms iri the true story of track star John Baker who, despite a painful battle with a fatal illness, spent his final year coaching a losing girl's track team to a title-winning season. A tale of remarkable accomplishments. With Allyn Ann McLerie, Ed Begley Jr., Connie Forslund, Rip Torn and Mason Adams.

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9-11PM NBC (8 Central/Mountain) THE BOYS IN COMPANY C A nifty little 'Nam movie that was eclipsed by the public's curiosity surrounding the then forthcoming Apocalypse Now This is actually a '70's version of a '40's war flick like A Walk In the Sun and a good one, with James Canning, Stan Shaw, Andrew Stevens, Craig (Four Friends) Wasson, Michael Lembeck and Scott Highlands.

7-8PM NBC (6 Central/Mount lip) SMALL WORLD. Mariette Hart ey. Leslie Uggams and Rich Hall host

9-11 PM CBS (8 Central/Mountain) THE CHAMP.An overly poignant tale about the happy relationship between an ex-boxing champ (Jon Voight) and his 8-year-old son (Ricky Schroder), and the threat when Billy's forme; wife (Faye Dunaway) reappears in their life There is much heartbreak in store so keep the hankies handy, particularly during the absolutely dreadful finale For this one, Director Franco (Romeo A Juliet) Zeffirelli should have-his visa revoked. S U N . , M A R C H 14

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL '*2 Check local station for game(s) t^eca s/ m your viewing area, starting 3PM NYT Big East Championship j SC Championship MVC Championship Big 10 Wild Caul Game Wyoming at San Diegp 3PM PT Oreqon at Arizona 3:30-5PM ABC (2 30fcent|/Mt) PRO BOWLERS TOUR $100 000 Greater Miami Sunshine C pen (from Don Carter's Kendall Lanes 5-6PM NBC (4Gentrail/Mouritam) GOLF Live coverage of the third round of the $300,000 Bay Hill Classic from Orlando, Florida. ii/Mo 5-6:30PMABC (4 Central/Mountain) WIDE WORLD OF SPOR*TS. SUN., M A R C H 7 1-3PMNBC (12 NoonjCent|/Mt) COLLEGE BASKETBALL l 82 Atlantic Coast Conference 'Championship frdm the Greensboro Ccliseum in North Carolina 1-3PMCBS (12 Noon Cent /Mount) NBA GAME OF THE WEEK 2-2:30PM ABC (1 Central Mou itain) ABC SPORTSBEAT Howard Qosell 2:30-3:JH)PM ABC (1:3CCen/Mt) THE SUPERSTARS Supertf?ams preliminary 3-5PM ^BC (2 Central/Mountain) BAY HILL CLASSIC The ^inal rbund live frorfi Orlando, Florida, with Don Criqui, Bruce Devlin, John Bfodie. Jay Randolph, Charlie Jones and Bob Goalby reporting the action 3:30-4:30PM ABC (2 30Cen)./Mt) U.S.A. VS. THE W O R L D IN OLYMPIC SPORTS 4:30-6PM ABC (3 30Cenl./Mt) WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS 5-6PM NJBC (4Central/Mountain) SPORTSWORLD S A T . , M A R C H 13

EUNICE. Three colleagues, Carol Burnett, Vicki Lawrence and Harvey Korman, reunite in a comedy drama, reprising their roles as members of the fictional Higgins family, a regular and popular part of The Carol Burnett Show Betty White and Ken Berry also star Carol portrays Eunice, a woman whp sails through lite blithely blaming those around her for her own lack of ambition who let the words "if only" be her guide TUES., M A R C H 16

7-8PMNBC , (6 Central/Mountain) SKEEZER How a pup from the pound, filled with loyalty and love, helps emotionally disturbed kids overcome their problems Stars Karen Valentine and an enchanting four footer This Protect Peacock tale (tail?) was inspired by a true story Continued same time next Sunday

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Only one victory separates Plymouth Salem from a perfect Suburban Eight League basketball season. , The Rocks, who have won eight of the last 10 crowns, will try to achieve what no other league champion has done — go unbeaten.

The Rocks, still unbeaten in the month of February, held a 34-32 halftime advantage. They increased their lead in the third quarter.

The opportunity was made possible Tuesday when Salem downed Livonia Bentley, 61-58. Salem is now 16-3 overall and 11-0 in league play. The Rocks will attempt to make it 12-0 Friday in their season finale at Belleville. "I haven't really thought about it," said Salem coach Fred Thomann. "It's a goal our kids have. But I think this would be an accomplishment that would be neat for this group of kids." In was another close, intense physical battle between Bentley and Salem, perennial league rivals. Salem won the previous meeting at home in overtime, 74-64.

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Getting a little punchy Mike Dardini (left) of the Livonia Boxing Club sends a left jab into Alvin Thomas of the Johnson Recreation Center during a Novice 119-pound

bout in the Detroit area Golden Gloves tournament held at Schoolcraft College. For more de2C. P tails, turn to Page

Plymouth Salem girls trip state-ranked Bentley Plymouth Salem pulled off one of its biggest volleyball upset^ in years Tues10-15), 15-11 victory day with a 15-10, 10-1! ,ivon|a Bentley. over state-ranked Livonj It was the Rocks' fiftp victory in 12 starts and first over the recent Schoolcraft Invitational champs in four seasons. "We've been playing very well the last two weeks," said Sjalem first-year coach Jeanne Martin. "We played with confidence." Ann Glomski's spike spearheaded a Salem uprising in the th rd game. "That seemed to be the key hit," said Martin. "We had missed two or three in

a row, and it was good for our confidence." Martin said reserves Sarah Wallman, Glomski, Kelly Bemiss and Diane Murphy played vital roles in the victory. They complemented starters Kelly Tucker, Lorianne Genyk, Jacque Merrifield, Carol Ross and Linda Lybarger. "Diane Murphy served many, many of our points," Martin added. "It was four or five points at a stretch. She served tremendously in the third game. "WE DIDN'T beat Bentley the first time because we didn't serve well. We served well last Thursday (win over

volleyball Edsel Ford) and last night (Monday)." • On Monday, Trenton outlasted the Rocks, 15-3, 8-15,15-9, in a rescheduled Suburban Eight League match. "Our loss was mostly due to poor service reception," said Martin. Salem met Garden City East yesterday in a Class A pre-district match. Results will appear in Thursday's Observ-

"We were really playing well," said Thomann. "We were up by eight or riine (points), but then we lost (Dave) Miller. He popped or burst a sac below his knee. He had to sit out the rest of the game and whatever we gained was gone." The injury is not serious. Miller should be ready for Friday's game, according to Thomann. BUT WITH THE senior leader out, Bentley closed the gap at the end of the third quarter to 46-42. The Bulldogs pulled to within two with 27 seconds and had possession of the ball, only to make a costly turnover. Salem's Rick Berberet then was fouled. He responded by making two

Rock wrestlers win 2 titles The final chapter of the 1981-82 prep wrestling season will be written this weekend as the state championships determine team and individual titles. The Class A state meet will get under way at 11 a.m. Friday at Lansing Eastern High School. One area school, Plymouth Salem, will be well represented. The Rocks, Suburban Eight League champs, finished third last week at the Ann Arbor Huron regional and will be sending a delegation of four to the capital city. Temperance-Bedford, the Class A favorite, won the regional followed by Wayne Memorial. Salem regional titlists included John Beaudoin (132 bounds) and Bruce Bachman (138) whife Westland John Glenn's Don Forchione took the 155-pound division with a 13-2 victory over Salem's Randy Beaudoin. John Beaudoin recorded his 42nd victory of the year, breaking the school record for wins in a junior season. The mark was previously, held by Jim Schultz (1977-78). His 9-1 victory over Joe Colainne of Wayne in the final showed how much he dominated his weight class. "He could be one of the best I've ever had before it's all over," said Salem coach Ron Krueger.

THE SALEM COACH was equally draw, however, doesn't get any easier pleased with Bachman, who beat for Hamblin, who will meet Warren Temperance-Bedford's Rick Salibury Lincoln's Greg Bobchick in tomorrow's for the second straight week. In a tough first round. Two of Hamblin's six losses semifinal match, Bachman edged have come against Bobchick. Wayne's Joe Samples, 6-5. The Salem Heaton, incidentally, placed fifth last senior will take an amazing 45-1 mark week in the NCCA Division II National into tomorrow's first round of action. Championships at Kenosha, Wis. repreForchione and Randy Beaudoin con- senting Lake Superior State in the 177tinued their rivalry with each wrestler pound class, giving him All-American recognition. posting two wins this year. WOOCHUK, was a surprise qualifier Others advancing out of the Huron regional included Glenn's Tom XJibson in the 167-pound class, considered one (98), Canton's Steve Hamblin (145) and of the toughest at the Huron regional The Salem grappler was pinned in his Salem's John Woochuk (167). Gibson was third at 98 a f t e r decision- opener by Aldo Buttazzoni of Walled Lake Western but came back to score ing Temperance's Glenn Striggow. danton's Todd Gattoni, a sophomore, wins over Dave Blackmer of Farmington Harrison and Mike Arnold of just missed qualifying. He was ousted by Stiggow, 10-7, after rolling to a 7-0 Walled Lake Central, the latter of whom came into the tournament sport lead. Hamblin split four matches. He ing a 28-1 record. Salem's Rob McDonald (126), Scott pinned Chris Wellman of Howell in his Wickens (185) and Harry Walkley (1980 opener (40 seconds) but was knocked failed to get out of their weight dividown the the loser's bracket by North Farmington's Paul Cotter, 11-8. The sions — each losing two of three matches. Canton senior earned a spot in the state finals with an 8-0 decision over South Mike Parsons of Glenn, the No 1 Lyon's Jeff Wongstrom in his next seed at 112 pounds, beat Walled Lake's match before settling for fourth. John Nelson, 6-5, but was couldn't get by Dreux Nelson of Birmingham Hamblin is the first Canton wrestler to qualify foe a state berth since 1978 Brother Rice and Mike Olari of Milwhen Kyle Heaton advanced. The ford.

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The prep cage careers of Ronna Greenberg, Eileen Moore and Mary Kay McNall may be over, but there's lots of basketball ahead for this talented trio. All three have been invited to participate in the state all-star girls' basketball game June 26 at Michigan State University, sponsored by the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) coaches. The contest will pit the west against the east, although geographic location will not necessarily decide which t e a m a player is on. Greenberg and Moore will compete on the east squad and McNall has been assigned to provide more height to the undersized west team. It is just another in a long string of honors for the three basketball stars, all chosen to the All-Observer 1981 team and all planniftg on continuing both their education and basketball careers in college. McNALL, A LIVONIA Franklin sen ior, has decided to play close to home

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THE PCJBL said it reserves the right to limit the number of players and teams in each age group, but will make every attempt to place registered youngsters on a roster. Persons will be selected on a firstregistered, first-play basis Umpires, managers, coaches and administrators also are needed for the upcoming season. Adult managers especially are.needed in C, G and B League.

and will attend Michigan State University in the fall. Projected as a center power forward in college, the 6-foot-3 McNall sparkled for the Patriots and was an A l l - N o r t h t f e s t S u b u r b a n League pick. She averaged 19.7 points per game for the Patriots this past season and was the area's most heavily recruited player. McNall entertained thoughts of attending Louisville, a campus she visited. Recently named South Carolina coach Terry Kelly contacted her, but the home state school was her chdice. P a r t of the reason for her choosing MSU was coach Karen Langland, whom she met while attending a summer basketball c a m p in East Lansing. Also, two starting forwards will graduate next year for the Spartans, giving McNall a shot at playing regularly by the time she is a sophomore. GREENBERG O F LIVONIA Ladywood has decided to play college ball for Louisville (Ky.) University. In 69 career games, the 5-10 forward aver-

aged 10.5 points, connecting on 46 percent of her floor shots and 67 percent from the free throw line. She also pulled down 9.5 rebounds per game. In her junior year, Greenberg played an instrumental role in Ladywood's drive to the Class B finals. She's been named first-team All-Catholic and AllState in Class B and was chosen for the All-State Academic Team on the strength of her 3.6 grade point average. MOORE IS ATTENDING Plymouth Salem and plans to enroll at Central Michigan University for the fall semester. While Greenberg and McNall have full scholarships, what kind of help Moore gets remains to be seen. A 5-7 guard, Moore played in 98 games for the Rocks in her four-year career and the team won 82 percent of those contests. An All-Suburban EJight League first team choice, she averaged in double figures in points scored and led her team in assists this past season. One of Moore's former t e a m m a t e s at Salem, Patty Weidman, is a member of the CMU team.

Eagles finish 3rd at ACSI regional Plymouth Christian settled for third place last weekend in the Association of Christian Schools International (ASCI) regional basketball tournament held at Grace College (Ind.). Oceola (Ind.) Christian, which won the four-team event, downed Plymouth Christian in the first round of play, 4740. Darrell Wheeler had 10 points in a losing cause. T e a m m a t e s Brian Spicer and J i m Koss each added nine. Bob Watson of Oceola led all scorers with 16.

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free throws to put the game away. Mike McBride led the Salem scoring attack with 17 points. Center Norm Hay good added 14. Bentley's center, 6-foot-6 Eric Sink scored 18 points and grabbed 16 re bounds. Mike McCorry and Rob Nicol chipped in with 16 and 10 points, re spectively. Salem held a wide margin in field goals, 24-17. Bentley, however, made up the difference by connecting on 24 of 36 f r e e thrpws compared with Sa lem's 13 of 20. "We didn't capitalize on some oneand-one free throws in the third quar ter," said Bentley coach Jim Komula "It was a good ball game to watch and well officiated. We've had a tough road to hoe the last fou* games." The Bulldogs have now lost three straight (Redford Thurston, Dearborn and Salem). They will try to snap their three-game losing streak tonight at third-p}ace Dearborn Edsel Ford

In the consolation game, Plymouth d e f e a t e d H e r i t a g e C h r i s t i a n of Milwaukee. Wis.. 35-33, as John Koss

tallied 14 points and point-guard Brad Mangan, who was put in charge of running the Eagles' offense, c a m e off the bench to sink six of six free throw3 in the decisive fourth quarter. Plymouth outscored the Milwaukee team in that period, 15-5. Against Oceola, the Eagles trailed by five points at the end of three quarters and made a futile rally in the final period, cutting the lead to three with 3 ft minutes to go. "We thought we took the charge (foul) two times in a row," explained Plymouth coach Butch DeRenzo. "Instead, the officials said they were blocking fouls."

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PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Congratulations to these Plymouth Salem wrestlers who qualified for the state finals: RANDY BEAUDOIN BRUCE BACHMAN JOHN BEAUDOIN JOHN WOOCHUK

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Dick Scott's Plymouth High School "PLAYERS OF THE WEEK" feature continues this week. Each week one Salem and one Oanton player will be saluted for their effort the previous week, with their names engrayed on a trophy for dis play at the high schools. Players will be selected by the coach ng_ staffs of the respective schools. Look for this ad every Thursday. For that "Winning Deal" on a new or used car. see Dick Scott Buick.

A P L Y M O U T H HIGH S C H O O L FLASHBACK The first week of May, 1975 saw the Plymouth Salem Rocks record 2 key i-L. _ first, * a « 7-6 7 c non-league n A n i a o m i ^ victory \ / i r f n r v over n v o r Yp Y r K u l a n t i fofiturftri a baseball wins. The fine hitting and pitching performance b)( John ^ H ° u t e , C h u c k Thomas picked up the save. Charlie Johnson, Dave Pierce, Brian Wolcott and Tim Dillon all delivered key run scoring base hits. Against Be leville later in the week Tom Willette pitched the first 5 innings allowing ust one hit while striking out 12 in a 10-0 Salem bombardment. Hitting heroes included Dan Moore. Doug Tripp and Howard Inch. The Rocks tbok a 5-2 league mark into a Tuesday showdown with Redford Union.

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Gloves action pleases crowd By St#v« Barnaby

basketball standings PLYMOUTH-CANTON JUNIOR BASKETBALL STANDINGS (All fiBll) GIRLS B LEAGUE W L Wings 9 1 Blues 8 2 T-Birds 7 3 76ers 7 3 Apollos 5 5 Mustangs 6 4 Nets 5 5 Apollos 5 5 Dolphins 5 5 Stars 4 6 Angels 2 8 Flyers 1 9 1 9 Browns l«t round playoffs Mustangs 40, Stars 29, Dolphins 31, Browns 29, Apollos 36, Angels 22, Nets 40, Flyers 20 GIRLS AA LEAGUE W 9 7 5 4 4 0

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1st round-playoffs Wolverines 36. Gophers 35, Bron cos 47, Hawkeyes 34; Falcons 45, Wildcats 34; Badgers 44, Boiler makers 26; Buckeyes 46, Huskies 32; lllini 50, Hoosiers 32; Chippewas 47. BOYS AAA LEAGUE W 13 Suns 11 Pistons 7 Spurs 6 Jazz 6 Warriors 0 14 Bucks

THE NOW FAMOUS Kronk Gym, home base for such notables as welterweights Thomas Hearns and Milton McCrory, had several successful entrants in the finals. One is McCrory's younger brother, Steven, who beat out Kirk Harris in the 106pound weight class But it was the Livonia Boxing Club's night for stardom. After

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Nearly 3,000 fight fans jammed Schoolcraft College athletic arena Saturday to see the Livoya Boxing Club win three of the four Golden Gloves finals in which it was involved. Two of those finalists will go on to national competition in late March. The victories were welcomed, but even more impressive was the crowd of fans which demonstrated its support. Although the bouts were scheduled to begin at 8 p.m., a line six persons deep snaked around the arena at 7 p.m. "The crowd was way beyond our expectations," said Livonia Boxing Club manager Paul Soucy, a Birmingham businessman. "The Golden Gloves have always been a losing proposition down at Cobo Hall. It has never drawn more than a crowd of ",100," he said. This year's Golden Gloves was a first for the suburbs and garnered approximately $12,000, according to Soucy. The funds will be divided up between Livonia Boxing Club, Schoolcraft and the Golden Gloves organization. Fan enthusiasm included scalpers hawking $3 arena tickets for as much as $30. Regular price for ringside seats $7. But those who did gain admission were treated to the best in amateur boxing f r o m the top clubs around the Detroit metro area.

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only four years, the club had five Golden Gloves champions out of eleven entrants in the competition. ^ Two of those, heavyweights Craig Payne and Rick Londberg, will compete in the national championships "The Livonia kids held their own. We did betler than we ever anticipated," said the 43-year-old Soucy who sj>ent seven years boxing as an amateur. The Livonia Club did so well that Soucy will be the assistant coach for the Michigan team at the nationals; Kronk, which dominates boxing in Michigan, will lead the state's contingent. Junior novice Ron Heady surprised everyone in the ninth bout of the evening when he scored a stunning knodkOut over Windsor Boxing Club's Joe Mihela in the first 30 seconds of the first round. Heady was competing in the 165-pound division. Livonia's Mike Dardini gave opponent Alvin Thpmas of Johnson Recreation a thrasing in the Novice 119-pound class, scoring a knockdown in the second round which bijought the crowd to its feet.

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Mohacsi lifts liuxury It was a weekend of both accomplishment and disappointment for Mary Mohacsi, Livonia's premier woman bowler. Mohacsi missed in her attempt at a third all-events crown at the Women's State Tournament in Grand Kapids, but her 603 series enabled her Luxury Lanes squad to win the team title with a 2,909 pin total. To top off her weekend, Mohacsi was inducted into the Women's State Bowling Association Hall of Fame. Mohacsi's 603 series in the t e a m event got her off to a good start in pursuit of the all-events title, but she dipped to a 533 series in the doubles competition and a 566 in the singles for a 1,702 total. Penny Behn, the Bonanza team captain, took the title with a 1,829 Also inducted into the Hall of F a m e was Dorothy Aldred in the Star of Yesteryear category ONLY TWO bowlers earned membership in the 700 club during the week. Glen Bruneel fashioned a 706 series in the Pinbusters League at Plaza Lanes, and Gil Wolfe rolled a 752 at Bel-Aire. Dan Kinjorski tallied a 245 high game but he missed the 700 mark by a single pin in the Classic League at

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wrestling Plymouth Canton wrestling coach Dan Chrenko is compiling the a r e a ' s best individual r e c o r d s for all 13 weight divisions. Listings a r e based solely on won-lost percentage, not rankings. R e c o r d s a r e compiled through Tuesday. Area coaches can reach Chrenko f r o m noon to 2 p.m. on F r i d a y s at ASSSI 00 (ext. 398). Wrestlers m u s t have 10 m a t c h e s and a record b e t t e r than .500 to a p p e a r in the listings.

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Saturday, M a r c h 13 — Championship game, 7:30 p . m ( w i n n e r advances to the G i l b r a l t e r Carlsqn r e g i o n a l vs W a r r e n F i t z g e r a l d d i s t r i c t winner).

145 Stevd H a m b l i n (Canton) A l l e n Pesci (Thurston) J a m i e Bettaso (Stevenson)

40-6 31-8 25-8

155 Don f o r c h i o n e (John Glenn) Rand^ Beaudoin (Salem) T i m ' e m p l e t o n (Stevenson) M a r t Heaton (Canton)

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33-10 22-11 20-12 17-1

CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHES 98 P O U N D S — Chris Rock (Catholic C e n t r a l ) decisioned K e v i n F r e n d o ( K i m b a l l ) , 5-2 105 P O U N D S — G r e g F l e m i n g (Grosse Pointe N o r t h ) decisioned Ken Nowak ( W a r r e n Cousino), 14-7 112 P O U N D S — T o m N u t t a l l (Southgate) decisioned K e n K a e r c h e r i W a r r e n Lincoln), 4-2 M i k e Pantaleo (Roseville) deci-

sioned Bob T r a n d e l l (Lincoln), 4-3 126 P O U N D S — Joe Fisher (Hazel P a r k ) pinned Scott O w e n (Trenton), 3 30 Parent

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Monday, M a r c h 8 - (A) D e t r o i t C a t h o l i c C e n t r a l vs. (B) R e d f o r d Union, 7 30 p.m. Tuesday, M a r c h 9 - R e d f o r d Bishop Borgess vs D e t r o i t Cody, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. M a r c h 10 - R e d f o r d T h u r s t o n vs A-B w i n n e r , 7:30 p.m. Championship

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223 00 118.50 212 85

Fleisher (Canton) Grey ( F r a n k l i n ) .

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18106 179 30

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175 90

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50 02

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105 1 105 6 1 05 7 1 05 8 106 5

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49.7

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140 f r e e s t y l e 2:01.7 2:04.2

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57 4 57 6 58 2

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100 b u t t e r f l y

50 f r e e s t y l e

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Wednesday, M a r c h 10 — L i v o n i a BenUey vs F a r m i n g t o n , 7 p.m.; L i v o n i a F r a n k l i n vs. A - B winner, 8 30 p.m. T h u r s d a y . M a r c h 11 Championship g a m e , 7 30 p.m. ( w i n n e r advances to the L i v o n i a F r a n k l i n r e g i o n a l vs M i l f o r d d i s t r i c t w i n n e r )

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145 P O U N D S — G r e g Bobchick ( L i n c o l n ) deci sio ted R a l p h Wienand (Centerline), 9-0.

POUNDS

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Monday, M a r c h 8 — (A) I n k s t e r C h e r r y H i l l vs. (B) I n k s t e r , 6 p.m.

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WRESTLING REGIONALS

119 P O U N D S -

Wednesday, M a r c h 10 — Wayne M e m o r i a l vs. Westland John Glenn, 6:15 p.m.; A-B w i n n e r vs G a r d e n C i t y East. 8 p.m.

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138 B a c h m a n (Salem) Paciocco (John Glenn)

119 H a r r y N e w t o n (Thurston) T i m Collins (Canton) T i m E r s p a m e r (Stevenson)

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"I LIVED the music to t h e fullest," he continued. "During the recording of 'Keep the Fire' one week, we went to parties every nightl We went to a party at Rod Stewart's House, and the night a f t e r that we celebrated the Fourth of July at Stevie Nick's house." Bouchard, 29, h|as been married to his wife, Kathy, far a year and a half He has found all the perfect , ingredients. He has had the chance to live out his single life doing what many young people would love to do — travel and sing with one the top performers in the country. ^ "I don't miss it though," Bouchard said. "I'd rather have a normal life style with my wife. I had the chance to live and work in both California and New York, but I wpnted a conservative midwestern lifestyle."

CHINA 5TAR PALACE

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Perry of Journey, Michael McDonald of the Doobie Brothers and Lionel Richie of the Commodores. f'He also wrote I Believe in Love' for the soundtrack of tfie movie 'A Star Is Born' with Barbra Streisand. I was on the road with him for a while, singing background vocals and playing percussion. The last show I did with him was at Pine Knob during the summer of 1980." / Bouchad said he and Loggins have written other songs together that haven't been released.

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261-4280

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then would lose his second anchor in white's home board, which is key for the back game stretegy. Black would do best to wait for another opportunity to hit after he has fortified his home board. You may be asking what will happen if white does not leave another shot. With black owning the 2 and 4 points, the odds dictate that white should leave another shot while bearing in. But the pressure is still on black to hit and contain white.

white blot on the 10 point with a checker from the 4 )>oint. However, if black hits white, he Will have to abandon the 4 point — leaving a blot and giving up a strong holding point, which later could prove fatal. If you are contemplating hitting white on the 10 point, you must first consider the advantages and disadvantages. With white holding a five-point broken prime and black having a weak home board, hitting white would not exactly benefit black at this time. So the natural play would be for black to move any one of the outer board checkers, preferably from the 9 to the 3 point. One important key to winning backgammon is to recognize when it is proper to hit and when you should pass up a chance to hit.

Black must enter white's home board on the 1 point."For the 6 move, there are only two options — to hit or play safe. It is tempting for black to hit the

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As long as black can hold the 2 and 4 points, white could also leave a shot while bearing off; this is possible because black has a fifth checker back to help black preserve his timing. Since black owns the doubling cube, once he hits white he could be in position to redouble white out of the game with a strong home board. 1 Black's back game position is not infallible, by any means. If white leaves a shot, black may still miss the hit. But that's what makes backgammon exciting to play.

To the average player, passing up an opportunity to hit may not make sense, but consider this: By hitting white, black would actually be helping white's timing. By slowing white's forward progress, white would be able to maintain his five-point prime until he brings home the hit checker. In the interim, white may close the newly opened 4 point or the open 1 point for a strong home board. Black

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32826 W. FIVE MILE •LIVONIA second runs

Howard Hawks' Rating: $2.75.

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night on Ch. 4. Originally 101 minutes. Here's the granddaddy of the "Beach" pictures that would spawn such sequels as "Bikini Beach" and "Beach Blanket Bingo," Starring such headliners as Dorothy Malone, Bob Cummings, Morey Amsterdam, Harvey Lembeck, Don Rickles, Paul Lynde and even Buster Keaton. Of course Frankie and Annette (that's Avalon and Funicello for you non-sufers) got sand between their toes in all the pictures. Imagine the societal frame of mind that made such films popular less than 20 years ago. Rating: $2.50.

other times, it resembles the mindless, James Garner-Doris Day sex farces of the '50s. It's often plodding, seldom funny and ultimatley a bore. Stars George Segal and Glenda Jackson seem to enjoy themselves, but the humor does not find its way to the viewer. Incredibly, Jackson won an Oscar for best actres for her role, and the film was nominated for best picture. Rating: $2.20.

direction.

"A Touch of Class" (1973), 8 p.m. today on Ch. 9. Originally 105 minutes. It's hard to tell what this would-be comedy of manners and mores first set out to accomplish. At times it's reminiscent of the screwball comedies that, typically, starred Cary Grant and Irene Dunne ("The Awful Truth," 1937). At

To call this a bouncy musical would be an understatement. Marilyn; Monroe and Jane Russel star as two gals from Little Rock, of all places, whoi make a big splash in Paris society. Once they've seen these farm girls, how are you going to keep 'em down in Paris? An amusing film, thanks largely to —

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"Gentlemen Prefer Blonds" jl963), 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Redford Theatre, 17360 Lahjser at Grand River, phone 537-11^3, $2. Running time 91 minutes. Organ overture begins at 7:30.)

• "Beach P a r t y " (1963), 2:30 Friday

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414 f lor ida Rentals 330 Apar^ients lor Sale 415 Vacation Rentals 33? Mot>'ie Homes lot Sale 4 i6.Haiis tor Rent 333 Northern Property 419 Mobile Home Space 334 Out oi Town Properly 420 Rooms to Rent 336 Fioiidi P'Oi»eriy lor Sale 421 Living Quarters to Share 337 Farms tor Sale 422 Wanted to Rent 338 Count ly Homes 423 Wanted to Rent 3391 ots Acreage Resort Properly 340 I ake 'flver Resort 424 House Sitting Service Property to''Sale 425 Convalescent Nursing 342 Lake Property ^ Homes 348 Cer'Wtflry I OIS 428 Garages / Mini Storage 3S i Busmesk & Professional 432 Commercial Industrial Bidgs t»i Sale 436 Ottice Business Space 3b? Commeli ial' Industrial 354 Income properly tor Sale 356 Investment Properly EMPLOYMENT, tor Sale INSTRUCTION 3S8 Mortgag I and Cofhratts 360 Business bppo't unities 500 Help Wanted 502 Help Wanted Dental Medical 364 i istmgs W anted 504 Help Wanted Ottice Clerical REAL ESTATE 505 Food-Beverage FOR RENT 506 Help Wanted SSies 507 Help Wanted Pan Time 400 Apartmen 508 Help Wanted Domestic 46 I Furniture I 510 Help Wanted Couples 40? Furnrshed | 511 Entertainment 403 Rental A C •1512 Situations Wanted 404 nouses to I Female 406 furnished I • 1513 Situations Wanted 407 Mobile Horties 408 Dupie«est(jRent Male 4'OFiatstoRer •I514 Situations Wanted 4' ? Townhoi Male /Female •I 515 Child Care Condominium's • L 516 Summer Camps 413 Time Share

710 Misc For Sale Oakland County 711 Misc For SaleWayne County 712 Wanted to Buy 713 Bicycles Sale & Repair 714 Business & Office Equipment 715Comm -Ind Equipment 716 Lawn. Gafden & Farm Equipment 718 Building Materials '1720 Farm Produce "L721 Flowers & Plants 722 Hobbies-Coins Stamps 724 Camera and Supplies 726 Musical Instruments 727 Home Video Games New /Used 7?8 TV, Stereo Hi-fi Tape Decks 729 CB Radios 730 Sporting Goods 734 Trade or Sen 738 Household Pets •L740 Pet Services 744 Horses Livestock Equipment

'1518 Education Instructions 519 Computers Sales Service Share • L WO Secretarial Business Services " L522 Professional Services • L 523 Attorneys / L ega1 Counseling

NOTICES A SERVICES 600 Personals (your discretion) 602 Lost & Found (by the word) 604 Announcements/ Notices 606 Legal Notices 607 Insurance 608 Transportation 609 Bingo 610 Cards ot Thanks 612 In Memonam 614 Death Notices

MERCHANDISE FOR SALE •LBus 700 Auction Sales ' i B u s 701 Collectabies "LBus 702 Antiques 703 Gratis 704 Rummage Sales/ Flea Markets 705 Wearing Apparel 706 Appliances 708 Household Goods Oakland County 709 Household Goods Wayne County

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800 Recreational Vehicles 802 Snowmobiles 804 Airplanes 806 Boats/Motors 'L807 Boat Parts & Service 808 Vehicle / Boat Storage 810 Insurance. Motor 812 Morotcycles Go-Karts. Mmi-bikes ' 1813 Motorcycle Paris & Service

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•Unemployed •Oakland County resident •Meet low income guidelines If you have minimal skills, let us hel you to improve them " On-the-)o training positions are available in fields such as Clerical, Secretarial, TV repairing, and more Are you ready to take the next step' Call

Southfield Community Placement 354-9167 A SALES CAREER National Company has Opening for qualified person Starting Salary to $1,500 per month Life Insurance experience not necessary For ap^ pointment Call

AMERICAN U N I T E D LIFE 357 0430

Assistant Managers And Managers We are a rapidly growing p o o p women's specialty stores in Michigan with openings in management In our Birmingham Store and others Previous experience In same necessary Starting salary and benefits based on experi ence Rapid advancement possible for aggressive persons and those willing to relocate to other Michigan cities Please send resume to

MARTI WALKER Corporate Office 101 Parkland Plaza Ann Arbor, Ml 48103 Attn: Personnel Coordinator ATTENTION Mature Personnel We have openings for part time _ e sales help Salary plus telephone commission We w i l l train, if necessa Excellent pay for short hours Call Mrs Trefney between 9am and l p m

533-7748 24520 5 Mile, Redford AUTO ASSISTANT BODY SHOP MANAGER Experience necemsary, great facility location and clientele Call Gary Hull PATRICK OLDG-GMC •52 7200 AUTOMOTIVE FLEET MANAGER Experienced fleet salesperson wanted for large volume Detroit area Chevrolet dealership Excellent | for hardworking aggressive Contact Sales M a n a g e r M • M a n a g e r Trainees AVIALBLE NOW — f u l l tirrte, to f i l l • Sharp ranging from iBTMtory No expert ence necessary Company will train. Must be an H S. graudate Call for in 261-6710 BANK TELLER TO »197 WEEK Previous Banking oc Cashier Experience Employment Center M44910 BEAUTICIANS _ referred Birmingham/ Bloixnfteld area Call Sherri:

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CITY O F LIVONIA \ 1982 S U M M E R R E C R E A T I O N PR(X;RI*

Applications will be accept* Livonia residents thru Friday 12. 1982,for SUMMER R E C R E A T I O N LEADERS, ASSISTANT PLAY ERS, SUPERVISOR OF CROUNDS, ARTS & CRAF" STRUCTOR, SUPERVISOR OF TALLY HANDICAPPED, TENNJ STRUCTORS. RECREATION POOL MANAGERS, ASSISTANT MANAGERS, LIFEGUARDS Apply to Civil Service Commission 33000 Civic Center Drive An Equal Opportunity Employer'

CIVIL ENGINEER Design, review, inspection, traffic, surveying Previous municipal ex ence desirable Must have good comi meat ion skills Bachelor's degree in c(v il engineering reouired Salary to 1 $20's Excellent fringe benefits f resume to Personnel Office, Cit Farmington Hills, 31555 W Farmington Hills , Michigan 48018 Equal Opportunity Employer M / F

Claims Examiner

HANDYMAN P,0 Box 684, Dearborn, Mich-, 48121

HOUSEWIVES & RETIREES BORED* LOOKING FOR EXTRA MONEY? Why not try working as a Cashier in a self-serve gas station' SAFE, CLEAN working conditions Full and part time positions available ' Call for more information

DIRECT CARE WORKER, adult foster care, male, female, training provided Call I0am-2pm Mon thru P j t OJJN

DRIVER SALESMAN Sell Industrial footwear to Industry IRe tail shoe exprience helpful Reliable Inlus commission dlvlduals only. Call weekdays or Sat M

532-0902

PRODUCT ENGINEER Automotive supplier Is seeking a product engineer Bachelor degree in mechanical engineering preferred Salary commensurate with experience Send resume to Industrial Strainer Co , 695 Amelia, Plymouth, Mich 48170

158 New Home Services

159 Nursing Centers 165 Painting-Decorating t70 Patios 175 Pest Control 178 Photography 180 Piano tuning 200 Plastering 215 Plumbing 220 Pools

562-0730 INDIVIDUAL TO work in adult foster „ . e home for emotionally handicapped, midnight shift Minimum wage to start. Westland 645-9569

PROFESSIONAL PHOTO FINISHING

INJECTION MOLDING mold & die repair experience only, $17,000 to $22,000. fee paid Ray Greene Personnel 399 1426 INSURANCE AGENCY in Southfield needs experienced commercial lines rson. Agency experience preferred lary open 275-5076

221 Porcelain Retinishmg 222 Printing 223 Recreational Vehicle , Service 225 Refinish.ng 229 Retrigeration 233 Rooting 234 Scissor Saw & Knife Sharpening 235 Screen Repair 237 Septic Tanks 241 Sewer Cleaning 245 Sewing Machine Repair 249 Slipcovers 253 Snow Removal 254 Storm Doors 255 Stucco 257 Swimming Pools 260 Telephone/ Service^epair 261 Television Radio and CB 263 Tennis Courts 265 Terranums 269 Tile Work ' 7 3 Tree Service 274 Truck Washing 275 Typing 276 Typewriter Repair 27 7 Upholstery 280 Vacuums 281 Video Taping Services 282 Vinyl Repair 283 Ventilation & Att.c Fans 284 Wallpapering 285 Wall Washing 287 Washer'Dryer Repair 289 Water Softening ?93 Welding 294 Well Drilling 296 Window Treatment" 297 Windows ?98 Woodworking 299 Wood burners

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CANTON

'SFINBST IT Want Ad in over 150,000 affluent Suburban Detroit Homes

ONE CALL DOES IT ALL!

FULLER BRUSH Part time Delivery & Sales, Income up to $200 a week Phone Branch Office for interview 689-2374 G E N E R A L INSURANCE Agency (Southfield) needs personal lines underwriter with commercial claims experience Mrs Merrick 352-8660 GENERAL MAINTENANCE Full time, good wages, experience nee essary Apply Mon thru Fri between 9am-4pm Livonia Nursing Center 28910 Plymouth Rd Livonia

GROUNDS MAINTENANCE ' PERSON Luxury apartment community in Troy seeking a permanent full time grounds maintenance person Mechanical experience preferred Apartment available altho not reouired Apply in person, weekdays, 9AM-12 Noon at 4154 Three Oaks Blvd , Troy An Equal Opportunity Employer

GUARDS

FULL & PART TIME APPLY AT

SECURITY SERVICES 3 1 1 7 1 W . 10 M i l e Farmington Guard

SPECIAL ASSIGNMENTS

GUARDIAN 13735 Puritan ( l t t blocks W of Schaefer

HAIRCUTS $5 00 OFF ith this ad. Call Salon Brigitte Ask for ! ally or Denise Tues thru Sat., Wed, k • hurs night till 8 649-1240 I EAUTY OPERATOR - experienced, f ill or part time, Southfield area. Call I >tWeen 9am - 2 pm 569-7919 HAIRDRESSERS Experienced only Sbme clientele needed Birmingham C ill after 6 PM 39J-5856

HAIRDRESSERS In the Rochester area Qualified persons needed th experience in precision haircutting you wish to improve call Beth Burns the Cut-Ups (in Mitzelfelds).

656-1090

H kIR DRESSER WANTED for Down, DRIVERS WANTED to drive Ice cream to »n Birmingham Salon Excellent optrucks. Apply 10an>5pm at 28700 p< rtunity. Some clientele preferred. ^ 540-4522 Northline, Romulus Deposit required.

Programmer DEC - VAX C O B O L - D I B O L

MARCH 8. 3;30 PM A D A M S & MARTINI PERSONNEL 1000 S WOODWARD

BIRMINGHAM

ENROLLMENT LIMITED PR-REGISTRATION REQUIRED

CALL 646-5600 KITCHEN AIDE Small Canton area nursing home has immediate part time ning Please call between 10AM & openit 459-7060 3PM LANDSCAPED HELP, Experienced Drivers, equipment operators and laborers 474-4143 An Equal Opportunity Employer LATHE, BRIDGEPORT OPERATOR We need a person with at least 5 years experience and have own tools Novi area Call 348 8530 - MAINTENANCE MAN • Immediate opening Plating L general factory knowledge needed Please send brief discription of background 4 experience, to Box 860, Observer 4 Eccen trie Newspapers, 36251 Schoolcraft Rd , Livonia, Michigan 48150 MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY • Na tiooal financial f o r p seeks managem rent trainee for our 36 month training program 352-4743 MANAGER for self serve gas station and convenience store Experience a must Please apply to P O Box 915, Novi, Michigan, 48050 MANAGER - SUMMER SWIM CLUB Full time position during summer recess Responsibilities include total club operation, staffing, directing employee activities, equipment maintenance 4 enforcement of rules 4 regulations Require Senior Life Saving Certificate Knowledge of pool equipment helpful Send resume to Woodbrooke Swim 4 Tennis Club, c/o Vic Silles, President, 4301 Somerville, W Bloomfield. Mich , 48033

Multi-State Managerfient/SyndicaUon firm converting to state-of the-art DBMS DEC VAX Computer, is seeking an experienced Business Application Programmer with knowledge of COBOL and/or DIBOL Excellent salary, benefits, bonus plan, and growth tential' Located in Southfield Please -ward complete work history, including salary requirements and employment references to:

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Box 874 Observer 4 Eccentric Newspapers 36251 Schoolcraft Rd Livonia, Mi 48150 • PROGRAMMER Financial Institution seeks a selfmotivated Programmer Some Sys tems, 2 to 4-years experience in both RPG and/or Fortran Accounting experience helpful Part or full time Salary commensurate w i t h experience Hewlett Packard 3000 Send resume to P.O. Box 319, Plymouth. Mi 48170 PROOFREADER With experience (at least 5 years) for advertising/publishing firm of national scope CallMr puncan for appointment at 642-8353 RARE OPIORTUNITIES IN A " N O W BUSINESS Marketing man An aggressive self starter with a track record Primary function - To develop an effective sales program, and to build a producing rep organization Additionally - Handle internal administration and maintain broad customer relationships Cost Estimator - With some industrial engineering or manufacturing back pound Primary function - To handle RFQ's in an understanding and timelv manner, and develop and maintain ef fective customer relations Additionally - Assist in engineering of manufacturing projects, and the development of methods and processes

The business is contract manufactur ing. and the "NOW is ELECTRONICS components, and the "HERE" is MICHMECHANIC brakes, exhaust, front end IGAN These are genuine opportunities, Must be experienced mechanic Excel with a real future, in definitely a lent pay 4 benefits Call Mr Fausett, "GROWTH industry, for the "RIGHT" Midas Muffler 356-3040 candidates Please address "SOLID'' resume to box 830 Observer 4 Eccentric Newspapers, 36251 Schoolcraft Rd, MEDICAL SPECIALIST • Will train Good pay and benefits High Livonia, Michigan 48150 School Grads, ages 17 thru 34 Enlist in RENTAL REP /BOOKKEEPER U S Army Call 1-800-42^3673 or In Westland. 729 2160 Midnights! Apply in person Only Dollar-Rent-a-Car, MEMORY 4 CONCENTRATION Detroit Metro Airport Instructor to teach Adult Education RESIDENT AIDE Program in Plymouth Schools Farmington Hills area Call 459-1180 2 30 PM to 11 PM shift MEN'S LOCKER ROOM ATTENDANT Call 9 AM to 5 PM, 851 9640 for exclusive, private Bloomfield Hills RESIDENT MAINTENANCE MAN Country Club Previous locker room experience necessary References re- Southfield highrise apartment (jjechanquired For interview call Monday thru Ical ability essential, Experience prertment with Friday. 9-5. 851-3290 ferred Insurance and utilities after 30 day triaT cCall MIDNIGHT - full time Cashier wanted Art Bollan • 559-4020 must be honest, reliable Start minimum wage Apply at Seven 11, Cam- RESTAURANT MGT. • 5 days. 50 hrs. $12,000, bonus, benefits, restaurant 4 bridge-Middlebelt, Garden City. management experience. M I L L HAND 399-1426 Ray Greene Personnel Experienced Able to set up 58 hour week. Rate up to $8 50 per hour. WestRETIREES land. , 729-3222 School bus drivers wanted, part time, private school in Southfield Van size NEEDED IMMEDIATELY 15 hard buses Good driving record 569-2988 working individuals Male or female, for 3 locations to represent AAA 1 rated SAVIN COPIER TECHNICIAN needed corporation $10 75 per hours worked or immediately Must have experience profit sharing All driver, display, sales with Savin Top dollar Call for Inter562-5552 positions to be filled Friday. Will train view. Dearborn area. If qualified Call now for appointment 525-5460 NEW CAR PORTER Full time, days, contact George Davis at Fred La very Porsche-Audi 645-5930 NIGHT AUDITOR Position available In prestigious Suburban Hotel. Farmington area Please ask for Jim, Assistant Manager 474-4800 NIGHT PORTER/BELLMAN 5 10pm Mon- Fri. Must be well groomed 4 willing to work, mainly janitorial. Apply In person Mon -Fri 15pm Quality Inn, 36655 Plymouth Rd, Uvonia NOW HIRING I I 4 19 year olds for job search program Must live In weateni Wayne county. NOT Uvonia, Detroit or Dearborn 4 be CETA eligible W-CETA. Call Grosrth Works. 455-4093 An Equal Opportunity Employer PERSONNEL TRAINEE Will train Good pay and benefits. High School Graik, ages 17 thru 34. Enlist I n U S Army. Call 1400-4U-W71 or In Westland. 729-2160

MECHANIC DRY CLEANING Technician wanted II train. Good pay and benefits High PICTURE FRAMER experience necessary Must be personable 4 willing to work at least 4 days Sdhool Grads, ages 17 thru 34. Enlist la Experienced In all phases of framing, U S Army Calll-800-42S-S«73 or needed for Birmingham frame shop week Apply 29265 Cherry HHI W 647-1120 In Westland. 729-216« Call 722-1380

CHEMISTRY MAJOR or M L T SEAMSTRESS Degree not required for production Quality mens apparel store has an chemist position with a fast growing opening for a full time, experienced in- medical manufacturing firm Excellent dividual. Excellent benefits. benefits 4 growth potential Located in For appointment call Southfield. Call Barbara at 353-2621

349-0970 Ask for Debbie Montagano SECURITY G U A R D S $4.00 Per H o u r (Including allowances) Guards needed In various areas Must be dependable and have car and phone Excellent benefits including hospitalination, life insurance and vacations Apply Mon thru Fri., 10 AM - 4 PM

WORLD SECURITY 21819 W. 9 Mile, Suite 220 Southfield, (1/2 blk E. of Lahser)

353-3203 An Equal Opportunity Employer



502 Help Wanted Dental-Medical

SALES Part and full time in targe plumbing, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF NURSING kitchen, and bath shop Applicants must RN have a worllng knowledge of residen- Day position Excellent fringe benefits, tial plumbing sales, and/or previous highest salary in the area Pleasant atbath and kitchen sales experience Send mosphere, excellent working condi resume or letter to; 2348 Grange, Tren- Hons 534-1440 too. Michigan, 48183 BUSINESS 4 OFFICE MANAGER SEAMSTRESS With extensive Insurance knowledge For Dry Cleaners Must be experienced needed for progressive Uvonia Dental in repairs and alterations 591-1154 office. Computer experience helpful. Call 525-7616

Enjoy a career in photo finishing. We are accepting applications for printing, color inspection and film processing This is a challenging job opportunity. Starting wage $3 70 per hour Wage adjustments are made according to performance No experience necessary Apply Tuesday only. North American Photo, 27451 Schoolcraft, Livonia.

JOB SEARCH SEMINAR $20

500 Help W a n t e d

PRODUCTION FOREMAN Qualified in production machining Must be expe rienced. RomuluS area Call between 10 am and 2 pm, ask for Ron 326-3615 PRODUCTION HELP WANTED Must be H S. Graduate 4 3 yr Mich resident Minimum wage, Blue Cross & other Benefits Apply in person, Advance Watch Co.. 12360 Beech Daly, between Schoolcraft & Plymouth An Equal Opportunity Employer

• Michigan Life Insurance Company

COMMUNICATIONS Will train. Good pay and benefits High School Grads, ages 17 thru 34 Enlist in U S Army Call I-$00-42J-3«7S or In Westland. 729 2160

500 Help Wanted

Wanted to do light electrical, plumbing, carpentry and misc. repairs for drug stores thru-out Metro Detroit and suburbs 4 positions available Send references and salary requirements to:

Evaluate individual L T D . Life Health Claims Experience required i the payment of Claims Disability expe-| rience preferred AGGRESSIVE, take charge type person Call For Interview needed for special road assignments Must have good math ability 4 be able to work flexible schedules Military experience preferred. Full benefit pack age Apply in person Monday through 28333 Telegraph Rd , Southfield [Friday 9 S0-am-5pm 355-5560 ext 215 An Equal Opportunity Employer COACH WANTED for Uvonia Women* Softball Teem, slow pitch Call l-6pm Mon Tues, Wed , F r i , Ask for Carol, 427-9445

% Garages

Part-Time Handyman

CANTON TWP Paiis & Recreation School Grads, ages 17 thru 34 Enlist in Dept Applications aie now being ac U S Army Call 1 800-423 3673 or In Westland, 729 2160 cepted for the following summer part time positions Hours) vary from 20 to FORMULA TOR - experience neces40 hours per week sary, must be knowledgable in solvent POSITION 1HOURLY WAGE & water base systems for industrial 4 Senior Playground Leader $3 75-$4 25 trade sales applications Call United ALOE Sell Key West Aloe Skin Care & Junior Playground Leader $3 35-$3 60 Paint & Chemical Corp 353-3035 $4 25-$4 75 Fragrance Products Good earningjx^ Tennis Specialist $4 00-J4 50 FOSTER PARENTS with stable income tential earn 10% immediately Call Maintenance evenings 1 weekends 421-3279 Soft Ball Score Keeperi $4 00 per game needed by Westland agency for in-home ca»> of teens $10 per day reimburse 729-9790 polications are available at the Parks ment Call ANTENNA Recreation Offices located in the FOUR SLIDE SET-UP person, small Administration Bldg al 1150 S Canton INSTALLERS Center Rd , Mon thru ifri 8 30 AM to 5 Redford Twp shop has immediate opening, full time Write to Box 862, PM Call for further details 397-1000 Observer & Eccentric Newspapers, NEEDED Prefer Canton Hesidents 36251 Schoolcraft Rd., Livonia, Michi An Equal Opportunity Employer Experienced only for pay TV systems Kan 48150 Must have dependable Van or Pick up with cap Must have own hand tools L CASHIERS FRONT END MECHANIC Experi ladders Must be willing to work 6 days enced Must be certified and have own PRODUCE HELP per week Call for appointment tools N Redford area Apply in person, 522 1844 Wanted for immediate em- Harold's Frame Shop, 25959 W 8 Mile APPLICATIONS being taken for front ployment at J o e ' i Produce FULL CHARGE BOOKKEEPER end & brake mechanics Experienced, Office Manager - to control office of Must have mechanics license h own Experience preferred Apply Sign Manufacturing Co. Credit & Coltools Apply at Harold's Frame Shop, in person betweenn2-3 pm lection work Apply between 9AM & 44170 Grand River, Novi Noon, 21615 Grand River (near Lahser) JOE'S PRODUCE

CASHIERS WA Full time or part tim% weekends Starting pay wage Benefits available Speedway Station, 12 Mile Lathrup Village, between \ 9am 3ptn Mon thru Fri loyer An Equal Opportunity E

j 95 Gas Appliance Repair

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97 Gol! Club Repair 98 Greenhouses 99 Gulters 102 Handyman 105 Haukng 108 Heating 109 Sortr Energy 111 Home Safety |,112 Humidifiers 114 Income Ta* 115 industrial Service 116 Insurance Photography 117 Insulation 120 Interior Decorating 121 Interior Space Management 123 Janitorial 126 Jewelry repairs & Clock 129 Landscaping 132 Lawn Mower Repair 135 Lawn Maintenance 138 Lawn Sprinkling 142 Linoleum 146 Lock Service 147 Medical/Nursing 148 Maid Service 149 Mobile Home Service 150 Moving-Storage 152 Mirrors 155 Music Instruction 157 Musical instrument ' Repair

RESERVES THE RIGHT MOT TO ACCEPT AM ADVERT1 S I R ' S O f t O f f t OBSERVER S ECCENTRIC AO-TAKERS HAVE NO AUTHORITY TO MMO THIS NEWSPAPER ANO ONLY PUBLICATION O f AN ADVERTISEMENT SHALL CONSTITUTE FINAL ACCEPTANCE Of THE ADVERTISER'S OROER

500 Help Wanted

supervisory position, full time, days. Good pay. other benefits. WHALLCORP. 424-8484 ,

33152 W 7 Mile 4 Livonia

3 Accounting 4 Advertising 5 Air Conditioning 6 Aluminum Cleaning 9 Aluminum Siding 12 Appliance Service 13 Aquarium Service 15 Asphalt 16 Asphalt Sealcoating 17 Auto Cleanup 18 Auto & Truck Repair

21 Awnings 24 Basement Waterproofing 25 Bathtub F i n i s h i n g 26 Bicycle Maintenance 27 Brick. Block & Cemenl 29 Boat Docks 30 Bookkeeping Service 32 Building Inspection 33 Building Remodeling 36 Burglar Fire Alarm 137 Business Machine Repair 39 Carpentry 42 Carpet Cleaning & Dying 44 Carpet Laying & Repair 52 Cater ing-Flowers 54 Ceiling Work 55 Chimney Cleaning 56 Chimney Building S Repair 57 Christmas Trees 58 Clock Repair 59 Commercial Steam Cleaning (^Construction Equipment 61 Distilled-Water 62 Doors 63 Draperies 64 Dressmaking & Tailoring 65 Drywall 66 Electrical i 67 Electrolysis | 69 Excavating 72 Fences 75 Fireplaces 78 Firewood 81 Floor Service 1 87 Floodlight j 90 Furnace Repair 93 Furniture .

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY All real estate advertising in this newspaper is fcjbfect to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, cokx. religion, se* or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or dt». crimination "

This newspaper will not knowtingty accept |ny advertising tor real estite which a m violation of the i«w Our readers are hereby informed that ail dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on »n equal opportunity basis

THE OMERVER

EXPERIENCED FACIALIST & make ACCOUNTANT AUTO SALESPERSON artist for Carnaby Street Salon Expanding NW Wayne Co CPA firm. Expanding Ford Dealer needs 1 F^a armlngton area 474-5060 Ta* Manager and Senior Accountants, 3 agressive Salesperson for used car lot to 6 years experience Excellent ad- Excellent pak plan Large inventory E X P E R I E N C E D HAIRDRESSERvancement potential, salary and needed, Royal Oak, Birmingham area Asply in person to fringes Replies held in confidence Call for information 549-4311 Lou onDennis Stanford, Apply to Box «878. Observer & Eccen EXPERIENCED NAIL WRAPPER trie Newspapers, 36251 ScboolcraR for Carnaby Street Salon Clientele V A R ILTY F O R D Rd Uvonia. Michigan 48110 preferred. Farmington area 474-5060 Jackson Rd„ 3* ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Ann Arboi Mich. 996-2300 EXPERIENCED Telephone solicitors Oakland Hills Memorial Gardens has for small Farmington Hills contractor AUTO SERVICE ADIVSOR openings for Telephone Solicitors, Salary and benefits commensurate with experience Major duties computerised Experience nlcessary, great facility, middleage persons preferred, 10 to 3 payroll, union fringe benefit reports, location and clientele Call Pat Moran PM or 3 to 8 PM, hourly wage plus job costing, general ledger accounting for an interview at. bonus No need to applv unless desiring and associated work Submit resume & PATRICK OLDS-CMC to work. For personal please onal Interview lr salary requirement to P 0 M0, Ob52-7200 851-2335 call Hy Makrouer server & Eccentric Newspapers, 36251 FARMER'S INSURANCE GROUP JACOBSOtf'S BEAUTY SALON Schoolcraft Rd, Livonia, Michigan 48150 Receptionist with opportunity to prog Has Agent Trainee positions available in this area Training will not interfere ress to assistant manager Salary & many fringe benefits Some experience with your present employment ExcelADVERTISING lent income potential Call for details necessary Call fcirm 646-3511 * 559 1652 COPYWRITER/ OPERATOR BEAU EXPERIENCED Experienced Fi 11 time or part time, We re a Southfield based ad agency Please rail from -2, Tues - Sat with a reputation for great creative 569 7919 FASHION And we're growing We need a copywriter who has strong TV experience C O UNSELOR from concepts to finished product The DEPT. BILLII ability to create strong concepts that WANTED develop into great campaigns iai prima S U P E ! 1VISOR Evaluate our marketing plan with ry You'll have the full support of the Queensway to Fashion clothing. account group from quiet contact thru Expanding promotions company in De media You should become our Creative troit needs a manager to oversee daily 261-3269,542-0526 Director within 12 months We're deter operations of account and billing per 476-0518 mined to grow faster and one more sonne 1 This key position will approve good pro will make it happen Send reand direct all phaies of customer or sume to A C.E., Box 876, Observer & FINANCIAL AID DIRECTOR Eccentric Newspapers, 36251 School- ders Supervisory experience and famil iarity with accounting procedures a craft Rd . Livonia, Michigan 48150 must If interested! send confidential l - 5 years experience in college, work and salary h [lory to Mr Sealy, University, financial aid administraA GREAT OPPORTUNITY P O Box 691. South ueld, Ml 48037 tion Master's degree preferred Dem Quick Inch Loss Clinic needs techm onstrated fiscal it managerial ability cian, will train Good pay Plante & Moran recruiting for an equal required Send resume & salary re540-1404 opportunity employe quirements to Box 846, Observer A Ec centric Newspapers, 36251 Schoolcraft BRIDGEPORT, I.ATtHF. OPERATOR Rd.. Livonia, Michigan 48150 ALARM OPERATOR We need a person wilh at least 5 years with audio background, min- experience and havd own tools Novi FOOD SERVICE I 348-8530 Will train Good pay and benefits High imum 2 years experience,, area Call

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY

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NEWSPAPERS

814 Campers/Motor homes "L816 AutO/Trucks Pa>ts & Service 818 Auto Rentals Leasing 819 Aulo Financing 820 Autos Wanted 821 Junk Cars Wanted 822 Trucks tor Sale 823 Vans 824 Jeeps/ 4 Wheel Drive 825 Sports & Imported 852 Classic Cars 854 American Motors 856 Buick 858 Cadillac 860 Chevrolet 862 Chrysler 864 Dodge 866 Ford 872 Lincoln 874 Mercury 876 Oldsmobiie 878 Plymouth 880 Pontiac 884 Volkswagen

RED WING TICKET WINNER Brian Baginsky 2183 E. M9ple Birmingham, Ml

Please call the promotion department of the , Observer & Eccentric between 9 A.M, and 5 P.M Friday. March 5, 1982. to claim your TWO' RED WING TICKETS. 591-2300. ext. 244

CONGRATULATIONS! Southland Corp. DBA 7-Eleven Food Stores are looking for MANAGER/TRAINEES to work in our City stores Applicants must have 2 3 years retail experience and a back geround of working in a City environment We offer competitive salary and an excellent benefit package Appli cants should send resume to the

Southland Corp. 1180 E Big Beaver Rd Troy, Michigan 48084 SURVEYOR Will train Good pay and benefits High School Grads, ages 17 thru 34 Enlist in U S Army Call 1-800-423-3673 or In Westland, 729-2160

Telephone Sates

DATA ENTRY CLERK medical labo^ ratory billing experience a must, need full 4 part time, all shifts, send resume to box «856 Observer 4 Eccentric Newspapers, 36251 Schoolcraft Rd, Livonia, Michigan 48150 DENTAL ASSISTANT wanted Must be experienced in 4 handed dentistry 4% days a week No Saturdays or evening hours 255-5350

The Kelly Girl Reople" Equal Opportunity Employer M / F / H TRANSMISSION R4R man. excellent working conditions, free uniforms, paid holidays 4 vacations, call 525-7362

MEDICAL ASSISTANT POdiatric Surgeon's office in Troy - seeks mature, responsible individual with good person^ aiity. Excellent benefits, will train qualified individual Send resume to Box 686, Observer 4 Eccentric News papers. 36251 Schoolcraft Rd . Uvonia, Michigan 48150 MEDICAL ASSISTANT needed for doc tors office in Troy Experienced in EKG and blood pressure Call between 649-4466 9am 12 noon, Mo
ORTHODONTIC ASSISTANTS 2 chairsijle, for busy practice in Plym outh One full time, one afternoons onlyApply (n own handwriting to Orthodontist, 9416 S Main Plymouth RECEPTIONIST for Podiatry office in Southfield Insurance billing 4 peg board bookkeeping experience neces, sary 35 hours per week including Sat mornings 4 early eves Good salary pleasant working enviremeht 559 8844 REGISTERED DENTAL HygiemsU and Assistants needed Minimum 3 years Experience in orthodontic proce dures [Call R D Hygienist Services Inc 8«5-7474 R E T i l l L MANAGEMENT TRAINEE 10 to 12 K No experience necessary Employment Center 334 6910

RN ASSISTANT

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Madison Hts.

Director of Nursing

NURSE'S AIDES MIDNIGHTS Experienced Only Small psychiatric hospital, F R A N K L I N M A N O R suburban location. MSN or Convalescent Qenter BSN with psychiatric experi26900 Franklin Rd., ence necessary. Reply to: Southfield Box 842 Observer & Eccentric 500 Help W a n t e d Newspaper 36251 Schoolcraft Livonia, Ml 48150 DOCTORS OFFICE - Part time, South field 15-20 hours per week Experi enced in taking medical history Resumes only Mrs Earnest. PO Box 2770, .Southfield, Michigan, 48037

MATURE, ENERGETIC peoplHoving individual with math, communication 4 typing experience needed for busy Red ford Twp Chiropractic center Will train in assisting with exams 4 X Ravs Clerical duties included 4 day, 40 hr 537-4680 week

399-9957

RN's fr'ull and pari time All Shifts

Ardmore Acres Hospital 19B10 Farmington, Livonia 4 7 4 - 3 5 0 0 , Ext 113

PRODUCTION CONTROL S o u t h e a $ t e r n M i c h i g a n metal a u t o parts manu facturer seeks seasoned professional to manage a n d d e v e l o p a full p r o d u c t i o n c o n t r o l f u n c t i o n in a m u l t i p l e plant e n v i r o n m e n t . Must have extensive k n o w l e d g e of M R P and autom a t e d p r o d u c t i o n a n d capacity planning syst e m s . Five t o eight years experience including m a n a g e m e n t or supervision. Degree not req u i r e d . APICS certification a plus. This is a g o o d position for a n u m b e r two p r o d u c t i o n c o n t r o l p e r s o n s e e k i n g a quicker route to increased m a n a g e m e n t responsibilities. C o m petitive salary and benefits. S u b m i t t o P.O. Box 39283, R e d f o r d , M i c h i g a n 48239.

1hour can lead

UTILITY DISHWASHER Part time. Some heavy work Nights 4 Weekends Bloomfield Hills Area Call Chef Joe 644-9411 VALET PARKERS for successful business 535-6224

to the job of a lifetime.

502 H e l p W a n t e d D e n t a l - M e d i c a l

PRENTI8 MANOR SOUTHFIELD

Rita C. Roddick Director of Personnel 532-7112

MEDICAL ASSISTANT Experienced in venapuncture 4 EKG 20 nours per week Livonia area Call 464-9200

OPENING for qualified dental assist ant'in Uvonia area Must be familiar with all phases 4 handed Denistry Good salary 4 benefits For interview, call 227-6661

RN

TRAVEL AGENTS - with 1 01 computer experience, prefer sa^re Best working conditions, benefits, opportunity for promotion Southfield or w Bloomfield area. Call B 4 H Travel between 9-5.30 pm 358-3320

Part t i m e C.O.T.A. position available in p r o g r a e a i v a g e r i a t r i c f a c i l i t y t o w o r k in expanding occupational tharapy departm e n t u n d e r a u p a r v i a i o n of O . T . R . S u p o r t e d by profaeaional staff a n d v o l u n teers with excellant activities program. P r a v i o u a e x p e r i e n c e in r e h a b i l i t a t i v e or a x t a n d a d c a r e setting p r e f e r r e d . For p e r e o n a l interview call:

N To work with podi MATUREP atrist on Friday Saturday must have own transportatli Call 525 4400

TO THE DENTAL ASSISTANT for Orthodontic Office in Lathrup Village Mature per DIRECTOR OF NURSING son for permanent full-time employApply in person at ment Experience desired, but not nec MEDICAL BILLING CLERK, expen essary Must like children 559-4092 enced North Woodward Troy area MEDICO'S RECOVERY Willing to learn Venipuncture. EKG 4 CARE CENTER DENTAL ASSISTANT, immediate computer keyboard operation Adding 22355 W. 8 MILE RD opening for experienced Chairside As to present staff Immediate availability sis tan t, 4 day week, Troy-Birmingham to properly qualified individual Reply 3 blks W of 1 Jhser area ' 647-2109 to Box 872, Observer 4 Eccentric Newspapers. 361251 Schoolcraft Rd., DENTAL HYGIENIST Uvonia, Michigan 48150 Progressive, holistic help-oriented Den MEDICAL INSURANCE BILLER tal Staff - interviewing for talented, dedicated Hygienist Please call to For Medical Ancillary office Typing 4 CRT experience a "must" Excellent Day at afternoon shift part time or lull schedule appointment, 628-2300 pay 4 benefits Send resume to Box 758, time. ] in this modern nursing home DENTAL OFFICE MGR northern Observer & Eccentric Newspapers, Good starting salary Hospital insur suburbs, resume to box »848 Observer 36251 Schoolcraft Rd Livonia Michi ance Come in and see Mrs Ferguson al 4 Eccentric Newspapers, 36251 School gan 48150 Nightengale West 8365 Newburgh Rd craft Rd , Uvonia, Michigan 48150 Westland near Joy MEDICAL OFFICE ASSISTANT Ait Equal Opportunity Employer DENTAL RECEPTIONIST Experi- Full time, exfxyience with EKG, insur enced only, Wayne area Full time ance 4 peg boardi Livonia area Send RN .PN Positions available in a ba Please send resume to Douglas Fraser resume to, 691 j Woodside Trail, sic niisiing home for a charge nurse on Dental Center, 38110 Michigan Ave W Bloomfieldt Mi the a (leirnoon shift Full time and part Wayne, Mich 48184 Attn Bonnie vailable, Excellent salary vaca timee *v. MEDICAL RfcCEPTIO tion ay Apply in person at 2 8 9 1 0 DENTAL RECEPTIONIST'ASST Full time, experienced urano' Plyn uth rd Livonia Full time position in 2 Dr office. Must telephone, pegojoafd South be experienced and have references 354 9666 field area Immediate opening for bright person RN'S Union I-ake 363-7177 MEDICAL RtxjF. . JON IST/ Assistant FOR Must be mature 4 experienced Blue kxperi- Cross, typing, answering phone 4 DENTAL RECEITIONIST- Ex PONTIAC enced in" P°_ [•gboard 4 insurance 4 aays. scheduling paltiepw 274-0641 Northland area Send replies to Box TROY 870, Observer 4 Eccentric MEDICAL RECKITIONIST- expert SPECIAL INCENTIVE BONUS 36251 Schoolcraft Rd . Livonia, enced only Busy internists office , FOR NEW APPLICANTS gan 48150 Northland ar*a Send resume to Box ] Opportunities For. 866, Observer 4 Eocentric Newspapers, DIETARY SUPERVLSOR MED-SURG 36251 Schoolcraft Rd.. Livonia, Michi 360 bed nursing home has opening for a gan 48150 ICU-CCU Dietary Supervisor Experience with Ne|» Specialty Program Is Coming theraputic oiets and supervision of per MlDNlGgT NUR.SE sonnel required Please call Dietary Full or part t|ni«. RN or LPN, call HenP R O C A R E ONE, INC. Director, Mon F r i , at 338-7151. dry Convalescent CJenter, 105 Haggerty The Health Care Professionals Rd Plymouth 455 0510

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Now accepting applications for the pro fessional in need of flexible hours to meet their varied life-style Quality Care of Dearborn offers flexible sched uling with competitive pay Call for ap The Temporary Hejp People pointment A begin an exciting new ca- BIRMINGHAM SALES . office seeks reer with permanent full time secretary inside sales assistant Varied duties include QUALITY CARE typing, letter composition filing, tele phone contact, pricing and order write 274-2309 up Math aptitude essential Call RNs LPNs Behler Young at 645-1390 Or nurses with current permit Wa^es An Equal Opportunity Employer negotiated on individual basis Choice of shifts due to increase in staffing 95 clerical position. bed extended care facility near Wayne' BOOKKEEPER Canton area Apply in person at 43825 Southfield company, able to post A calMichigan Ave Canton or for further in culate commissions Phone work A formatoncall 397 0600 light typing, level entry position, bene fits. $10,000, lee paid «

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Afternoon & Midnights. Farmington Area Ask lor Mrs. Rich

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BOOKKEEPER, experienced, take charge person for growing 40 person firm Computerized system Must be capable of completing trial balance ROCHESTER AREA Operate or learn to operate CRT Ex3 days 4 handed demstry One year ex cellent benefits including profit shar perience minimum Call to arrange an ing Ferndale area Send resume and interview, 652-1100 references to Box 794, Observer A Ec centric Newspapers, 36251 Schoolcraft HNS PM shift for JO bed psychiatric unit Rd . Livonia. Michigan 48150 Call Mondav thru Friday BOOKKEEPER, experienced thru trial WOODSIDE MEDICAL 338-7144 balance computer knowledge helpful, SOUTHFIELD internist's office needs good typist, Bingham Farms area ('all 644 8266 experienced medical assistant, duties between 9am 3pm include X rays. EKG venapuncture A lab work Call Pat 358 2310 BOOKKEEPER

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Immediate opening exists in a 445 bed hospital for an ULTRASOUND SUPER VISOR Individual is required to be cer tifie<*or board eligible by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonogr a pliers Prefer registered radiologi cal technologist Supervisor experience preferred We offer a comprehensive benefit package Send resume to Per sonnel Dept Bay Medical Center, 1900 Columbus Ave Bav Citv. Michigan 48704

FULL CHARGE Public accounting firm in Metro area needs an experienced, Bookkeeper to work on clients' books The ideal candidate will have hands-on experience through general ledger and trial balance. and enjoy the fast pace and varie ly of working on many accounts Salary commensurate with experience, excellent benefit package If interested, send confidential resume to Box 858, Observer A Eccentric Newspapers, 36251 Schoolcraft Rd Livonia, Michigan 48150 An Equal Opportunity Employer

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BOOKKEEPER, full time, full charge X-RAY TECH Afternoons 4 every with computer experience for Bloom other week end N W Suburban radiolo- field Hills Health care service office gy dept Call for interview appointment Excellent salary plus benefits package 531-6200. ext 302 for person able to assume responsibili ty Ask for Sue 334-8000

504 Help Wanted Office-Clerical ACCOUNTING CLERKS Needed for temporary jobs in tri-coun tv area Call Temporary Specialists 354 3811 ACCOUNTING POSITION Full charge bookkeeper good typist, self starter detail orientated, pleasent office surroundings. good pay Send resume to Accounting Manager PO Box 132 LV Lathup Village MI 48076 ACCOUNTING SECRETARIAL For small office in Southfield 5-10 years recent experience Send resume to P O Box 265 Southfield Mi 48037

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Active position with a booming compa FgES EMPLOYER PAID ny If you like to be busy and have your BOOKK1EEPER 2 to 3 years experi day fly by, this is for you! Good typing enee under Full-Charge Bookkeeper, and an eye for detail needed here with ! ome Data Processing experience $10,400 requn ed Call 9AM-4PM, 591-2040 353-2090 CAR BILLER Lincoln Mercury Dealership Experiencec only - have Wang Computer Phon Mr Wallin 274-8800

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GENERAL OFFICE WORK Must have CHA LENGING position available in excellent telephone manners and good busy Farmington office for responsible typing skills for Synagogue in Southself'! tarter with good phone manner field Full time Mall resume to P O and ife insurance processing experi- Box 2504, Southfield. MI, 48034 ence Excellent skills a must Call Ms Hay< s, 478-3220 GENERAL OFFICE, part time, 3 days, 24 hours, Southfield area Good typist, good phone personality Call Friday CHOICE 353 3482 Skillk in word processing and shorthand only mer t special start to $14,000 Training and complete benefits too

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CLERK TYPIST POSITION Interviewing March 10, 11,12, 9aii - 3 30pm Apply in person Rohertson Brothers, 26177 Grand River, between Beech A nkster, Redford

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Invest in your future by contacting TEMPORARY SERVICES Joanne, the legal placement profession1000 S Woodward Birmingham al today All fees company paid

646-7660 IMMEDIATE OPENING for experienced legal secretary Excellent fringe benefits A salary Ask for Office Manager 358-0620

INSURANCE AGENCY Rochester Area Requires individual for CLERK/TYPIST General Clerical work Southfield company seeks responsible , ' 656 0777 ii dividual Must type 50whp A run calc iator Fringe benefits Send resume INSURANCE P.O. Box 5091, Southfield, M i . 48037 Commercial property/casualty Agency experience Mature Farmington Hills CUSTOMER SERVICE Representative area 553-2124 Southfield, most have good telephone stills, genuinely like dealing with the I ublic, some clerical work A light sellKEYPUNCH i ig involved Send resume A salary hisjry to Box 868, Observer A Ett^mtric • OPERATOR ewspapers, 38251 Schoolcraft Rd, ivonia, Michigan 48150 Long term assignment available, Farmington Hills area Knowledge of XECUTIVE SECRETARIES with MOHAWK or similar equipment Speed horthand needed for temporary Jobs in 14 to 16,000 strokes Good salary A ri county area Top pay Call Tempo working conditions Call fary Specialists 354 3811

XECUTIVE SECRETARY with legal ord processing A administrative expe CLERICAL POSITION ience Must have good grammar, spellGeneral Office position for small Manu factunng plant in Redford Twp Please ling Responsible, neat, personable atsend resume, indicating experience A tributes a must Ability to work without salary expected, to Box 862, Observer direct supervision Write Box 838, ObA Eccentric Newspapers. 36251 School- server A Eccentric Newspapers, 36251 Schoolcraft Rd., Livonia, Michigan craft Rd , Livonia. Michigan 48150 48150 CLERK TYPIST for small office Full time 55 WPM typing plus 1 basic ac EXECUTIVE SECRETARY • Good counting course required Learn CRT/ communication skills required Light TELEX Handle phones, typing, filing, bookkeeping experience desirable errands Send resume IPC, 29621 Southfield location EAA Industries 647-0330 Northwestern Southfield, Ml 48034

Highly respected established », serving the legal community in the county area, for over 15 years, has openings for Legal Secretaries for immediate placement, both permanent and temporary Fee paid by employer.

HILLSTROM & ROSS 626-8188 LIFE INSURANCE experience, policy holder service, bookkeeping - 24 hrs. a week Please call 645-6090 OFFICE ASSISTANT Southfield Law firm needs full time General Office Assistant who is able to concentrate on details, is poised, enthusiastic and likes diversity, 50 WPM. 12 Mile A Southfield Rd , 645-9438 PART TIME Office help, experiencedtyping. telephone, A filing Food broker, Farmington Hills area Call 9am-4pm 478-5877 PART-TIME SECRETARY/general office work for Psychiatrist office in Rochester. Call A leave name A nunj ber with answering service. 651-1110

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CLERK/TYPIST Snlall office in Birmingham seeks a resp msible person with good filing A accu ate typing skills. Excellent benefits Sepd Resume to: P 0 Box 688, ObservA Eccentric Newspapers, 36251 sdhooVraft Rd.. Livonia. Michigan 41150 v

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3000 TOWN CENTER, SUITE 2580 SOUTHFIELD, MICH 48075 Southfield 358 0060 RECEPTIONIST • for Bloomfield Hills Dearborn 522-3140 I-aw Office MUc Clerical Duties Call 647 1500 Renaissance Center 567-0141 Adrienne, Troy 649 2042 RECEPTIONIST • ASSISTANT For Dental office LEGAL SECRETARY Maple-Mlddlebelt area 2 yrs minimum experience preferred 628-2103 General law practice Southfield area Call Call for appointment. 589-4740 RECEPTIONIST SECRETARY for LEGAL SECRETARIES • Top-notch, busy Bloomfield Hills law office. Must >-pay. Needed for ftmporary Jobs In be personable. Typing of 60 WPM re645-1453 -county area. Call Temporary Spe- quired cialists ' 354-3811 RECEPTIONIST SECRETARY, high LEGAL SECRETARY - experienced - school diploma or equivalent, must be part time Good typing A dictaphone courteous, neat A friendly Apply at 795 S Adams, Birmingham Please call for skills Future full time position possibilities 12 Mile A Telegraph area appointment, E Whitney Co 645-0622 Call Mrs Grossman 548-7526 SALES SECRETARY Rochester area

Joanne Mansfield is a specialist in finding the best position for you in the legal field These positions include legal Top paying assignments in western sub- secretaries, para-professionals, and law urbs for individuals with good general office management personnel. office background Good typing skills a must, CRT helpful Permanent, part time and temporary positions available for experienced legal personnel in the greater metropolitan area

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EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Southfield distributor seeks pleasant, responsible Individual Accurate typing shorthand A letter composure skills Decenary. Fringe benefits Send resume to: P.O. Boi 5091, Southfield. Michigan, 480)7. When thoughts turn to finding yourself a new portion, contact Personnel at EXERPEIENCED LEGAL Secretary Law. Whether you seek a small, mediwanted. Good typing and telephone um or Urge practice located In Detroit, skills ne<*esary word processing expe- Southfield^ Troy. Dearborn, Birmingrience desireable. Dearborn 338-8000 ham or some other city in the tri -county area, our contacts wUl be of value to you. EXPERIENCED LITIGATION tary, must have word processing experience Salary commensurate with abil- Tell us what you are seeking in terms of ity and experience. 352-0500 position, type of law practice, location and salary, then leave the rest to us EXPERIENCED REAL Estate Secre- When we share our client-contacts with tary. 30 35 hours per week Mature you. changing positions will become a wtpnan, experienced in typing, light rewarding and problem i-free experibookkeeping, good with people Ask for ence Fariel Dickow. Century 21 • Fair Towne ««-«000 Never a charge to you for our courteous EXPERIENCED WORD PROCESSOR and professional placement assistance With good skills and strong bookkeeping After hour appointments available for background Southfield law office Part your convenience Telephone or write time - flexible hours and days, good sal- this week ary commensurate with experience Call Marie, 352-4700

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Farmington Nursing Home 30405 Folsom, Farmington RNS Is supervision one of your major skill!.' If decision making to assure quality care is what you like to do. call 729-OtST. ask for M Clayton Career opportunities are unlimited Fringe benefits include dental care, employees option stock plan Aa Equal Opportunity Employer

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manufacturer needs Sales Secretary Must have excellent communication A clerical skills Please send letter or resume to Sun Hawk Products, Inc , 50633 Ryan Rd , Utica, MI 48087 SALES secretary nce^ejl in district sales office of a national company located in Southfield Strong phone personality is a must, to set up shipping dates and contact suppliers Lots of variety, pleasant surroundings A great benefits which include full tuition assistance. Salary $10,400 yr and fee paid TRAINER needed for IBM system 6 word processing Great N Oakland location in plush law office $6 per hr and fee paid

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(313) 8 7 9 - 8 8 3 2 Subsidiary of Laser Personnel Inc LEGAL SECRETARY - Experienced For Personal Injury Benefits, good wages. Southfield Ask for Marilyn, 358-0100 LEGAL SECRETARY needed for busy Southfield practice Experienced only, full or part time, salary commensurate with experience Call Barbara 356-7100

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LEGAL SECRETARY Experienced for 2-girl office, Southfield Excellent working conditions, salary commensurate with ability 353-1022

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TES 569-1684 LEGAL RECEPTIONIST Secretary for Southfield American Center law firm Training and advancement opportunity, send resume to box 8220baerver A Ec centric Newspapers. 36251 Schoolcraft Rd , Livonia, Michigan 48150 LEGAL SECRETARY For Ren Cen law firm, must be experi enced BC-BS, life Insurance and-dls ability insurance Salary negotiable based upon experience Please call Mrs Powell at 259-7900

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ONE CALL CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE Dec word processors needed, minimum 1 yr. experience helpful, will consider recent graduates. Call; MANPOWER TERMPORARY SERVICES 478-1130

SECRETARY Bloomfield Hills Law firm is looking for an experienced, selfstarting Secretary with skills of 120 WPM shorthand. 70 WPM typing, competitive salary and benefits 338 8700

504 Help Wanted Office-Clerical SECRETARY For busy Regional Customer Engineerig Manager In a Fortune 500 company. Experience a must, typing 70 to 80 WPM, dictaphone, good figure ability, self-starter with good organizational skills Send resume to: L Cash, P.O. pox 521, Southfield, Mich 48037 Ah Equal Opportunity Employer

SECRETARY Industrial real estate firm, located in Southfielfl, seeks additional secretary General office skills with some computer background helpful Typing accuracy Important as well as ability to handle telephone Full time preferred but will consider other arrangements Send resume to •- Geoffrey M Eaton 21711 W 10 Mile Rd , Suite 237 Southfield, MI 48075 No phone call please

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TYPIST- Part time M*st fat accurate with knowledge of light; botjkkeeplng A general clerical Word processing exer ience helpful Call MJckev 557-1992

ADVERTSING SALES people needed For entertainment guide Commission only Rochester, Troy. Birmingham area Contact (Chuck Barrett 375-1110

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Large Life Insurance Agency in Troy is seeking an experienced Secretary with Shorthand A typing skills Must be capable of organizing work flow, handling Temporary Services client inquiries A typing proper bus! Equal Opportunity Employer M/P/H ness letters A proposals We offer a competitive salary, excellent! fringe WE ARE looking for a self-Starter with benefits A a pleasant office environ- above average skills including short ment Call Mr Anderson, 649 6000 hand, typing, and ability to handle de^ tail Person will assist in all adminis trative functions of sales ijepartment SECRETARY Part time (9am-lpm) Our company, a Excellent opportunity for the right per son Send resume to personnel placement firm, needs a general office assistant (phone, typing, etc) Sales Department. P O Box 576, for 3 months Office at 10 Mile A Farmington Hills, Mi 48018 An Equal Opportunity Employer Greenfield Call Annie at 557 1700 WORD PROCRSSOR SECRETARY to assist purchasing A ad specialty department Must type, file A Southfield Law firm hbs opening for full time word processor Need intelli possess good communicative A organizational skills Send resume or apply at gent individual who is poised, articulate Naltac between 8 30am to 4pm Mon and able to concentrate on details Word processing experience required thru F r i , 8700 Capital. Oak Park 12 Mile A Southfield 645 9438 SECRETARY Southfield builder/prop erty management office Filing A typ WORD PROCESSOR ing skills a must" Dictation helpful $15,000 PLUS Pleasant atmosphere 557-0770

SECRETEARY We are seeking an experienced SECRETARY for the finance department The desirable candidate will have shorthand and dictaphone skills with typing of 75 WPM Position requires substantial amount of statistical typing Please send resumes in confidence or apply to HUMAN RESOURCES DEPT

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SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR Full time position, No experience necessary Apply George Matick Chevrolet, 14001 Telegraph rd

505 Help Wanted Food-Beverage ATTENTION Everybody's Night Club in Farmington Hills needs hostesses, hosts Apply in person after 10PM Tues-Sat 30860 Or chard Lake Rd

RESTAURANT One of Bloomfield Hills finest restaurants is now accepting applications for

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SWENSEN'S ICECREAM A RESTAURANT National franchise rapidly expanding in Michigan is looking for full A part time ambitious persons to fill the following positions in our Farmington Hills A Ro^ Chester stores •Managers •Shift Supervisors •Cooks •Waitresses Waiters •Fountain / Hostess . -Bus Persons Please send resume or letter to Swenson's Of Michigan Inc 700 E Maple Rd Birmingham Mi 48011 WAITRESSES wanted for days Apply at Finger Saloon, 25231 Telegraph. Southfield Tel-X Shopping Mali. 353 3910 WAITRESS/WAITER Island. W 8 Mile

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453-2940 ULTRA AIR INDUSTRIES CAREER OPPORTUNITY NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY We provide a training program Ftill or part lime Our part timers earn $200 a wrci Interviews will be held Thursdays at] 1PM Tuesdays at 6PM Openings available at various locations For reservation details Call Nfs White 9am-5pm 354 6303 CAREER OPPORTUNITY For com missioned siles person in advertising specialty business Sales or business ei perience preferred Will trm Send r
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RESTAURANT MANAGER wanted experienced in ordering inventory scheduling, costings, cooking, staff A public relations, to manage Garden City area restaurant Submit resume detailing qualifications, references A salary required to Personnel Committee. P O Box 9127, Livonia, Mi 48151 Equal Opportunity Employer M/F

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SOUTHFIELD ADVERTISING AgenPANCAKE HOUSE cyhas opening for a secretary, position 19355 W 10 MILE " requires 70 WPM typing, some over(Between Southfield A Evergreen) time, conscienious person who works COUNTER HELP bakers A finishers well with others a must Good benefits Call Heidi at 827 8343 TYPIST for Southfield law firm office Full time A part time Experienced or I to 5 pm daily. 95 wpm 644-5410 will train P J s Itoughnuts A Cones Equal Opportunity Employer M/F Farmington Hills, 478-4848 Walled Lake (Open soon) 478 4849

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TELEPHONE SOLICITOR Part time Real Estate experience help CHEF WANTED for authentic Mexi can A American Food Jtoyal Oak area ful From our Southfield office • 549 2323 569 5333 THE WORLD'S largest chain of convenience stores has an Immediate opening in their Accounting office for an Accounting Clerk This individual must have calculator dexterity, good math skills, and preferably retail experience We have excellent employee benefits Applications may be filled out at the 7Eleven Stores district office, 14111 Farmington Rd., Livonia, Michigan, 48154 Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/H

ARE YOU INTERESTED in Health A Nutrition'' Why not turn that interest Into a profitable spare-time career" Call for interview at" 643 6958

Must be experienced on Wang OIS 140 system. Very plush office apd benefits. Call Jackie.

BAR PERSONS SHARP, QUICK PLEASANT PERSON Experienced, over 21. Apply in person to grow with new company Part time, after 3PM, or call for interview Pour Monday thru Friday, 9am-lpm Cleri- Devil Lounge, 34275 Ford Rd 729-8040 cal, phone, typing, light bookwork Will train Begin March 8, 1982 Call for ap pointment. . 569-8051 BILLKNAPP'S STATISTICAL TYPIST 65 wpm minimum 20 - 40 hours per week depending on work load Reply to General Electric Co, Personnel Dept.. 1150 Rankin, Troy, Mi 48084

AMW'AY DISTRIBUTOR is helping rn^ny persons earn money We can help you For interview phone 420-0054

EARN WHILE YOU LEARN If you are aggressive sales oriented people loving hard working and willing to pav the price of success We II talk to vou NOW' A S K FOR PAT

CONDOMINIUM REALTY 559-3800 or 771-9030 EVERYONE HAS To EAT Earn $400 |to $6o0 per week or more commission Dearborn Foods has pre set qualified appointments for exper. enced sales people You must have reli able wheels Call 10am-8pm ask for food manager 272 1311 EXCITING Outside sal*s representative needed for communications company You must be a self startqr and aggressive Call 569 2337

EXECUTIVE S A L E S We have art opportunity for the uncom mon personj If you havej the ability, we have the opportunity We are se«-tung aggressive self motivated individuals who have the skills to build a career in creative sales We offer infinite growth potential A the freedom to control your own destiny Current established salespeople earn an average of 147.000 commission For ap pointment, kubmit resume u> Mr Pouk*, % of Otwrbein Associates 22255 Greenfield.[St 200 Southfield Mi 48075 EXPERIENCED, aggressive sales per son to sell [T shirts A gifts Must have resume A references Draw against commission Excellent opportunity for the right person Call F M Productions for Interview 552 1032

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506 Btlp Wanted IK YOU CAN 4KLL k lik« Ulkinf oo Uw phone In • « i r m modern office with pounii^ e o n i n p from $JM to 91000 per week, pie** call Johnny Cuh, mimm INSURANCE Ijcwaed «fent wanted to repreoent tbe « r | e s t insurance company (or malti UM products. Excellent contract & l x » « e a Ash tor Mr McCueo i U t U t

MATURE woman needed for babysitting I mornings a week and weekend Experienced, to sell amaha and Hooeveninc* tor 1 year old and newborn. da Motorcycle! Cal Mlchele at Don and references Lone Pine, 5SJ-S477 •too. Apply between 9AM A Noon, Henderson's Inkster area. 851-0240 21615 Grand River (near Lahser) WANTED- Canvassers, street A phone MATURE WOMAN to care for 2 year who are willing to work for high com- old, my home, housekeeping, nonmission as well as guarantee Experi- smoker, o«rn transportation, referencS54474I enced, full time preferred but not nec- es 12 Mile Franklin Rd essary Call between lpm-5pm 559-7716 MATURE young woman. Take over

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responsiblity of 1 bedroom apt for adult couple. Cooking, good references. Car. Southfield. CaUJ-TPM. 357-3443

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Even If you are,Inexperienced in life Insurance tales yon can have a rewarding career with General American, one of the leading life insurance companies In the United States General American servee the top of the market Last year our agents average sales $M,000 • three times the Industries average If you qualify, we will help you start your career with an attractive compensation k benefits package, plus an intensive training program Let us help vou reach the top in ufe insurance selling For more information write or call from 9am-1 lam or 2pnMpm Robert A Kuicxycki General American Life Insurance m i l Central Park Blvd.. Suite 600 Southfield. Mi 4S078 35# 7M0

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SALESPERSON tyr Ladies Boutique In Somerset Mall, M( n . Thurs , Fri. nights 5-9PM, Sun , 12-5 *M Ask for Ms Hill 649-6003

If you had JO qualified leads, guaranteed, each k every week how many would you Close ??? No more prospecting' We annualize Commissions' Call for appointment. Paul Kadish 522-4529

SALESPERSON f >r Audio store, expenenced only. Rot rt* for advancement for aggressive perion 540-2441 Birmingham local on

LIFE INSURANCE SUPERVISOR One.of America s great life insurance agencies has an opportunity for a supervisor in tlW western Wayne and Washtenaw County area An individual with a successful sales background of at least two years should send his/her business card to P O Box 1J47, Plymouth, MI 48170 An Equal Opportunity Employer

SALESPERSO H k SEAMTREJS Needed part-time for the Bridal salon at Chudiks of 647-1300 Call Mrs Roberts,

SAI Travel company i time or full tin fringe benefits area

)N i salesperson part Commission and Troy/Birmingham 362-0500

SUCCESS MIND! i professionals seek 'ast growi ing multiple In time product!' business by using I x peril LINGERIE SALES WOMAN ly Sales and 155-9236 Over 25 with retail experience 10 to 6, helpful Call 2 or S days wk including Sat Lahaer-15 SU PPLEMENTALllNCOME opportuni Mile Lulu's Lingerie, 044-4576 ty for man or woman Ambitious person MANUFACTURERS REP CO seeks can progress rapialy. Call 1 to 4 PM young agressive self starter for auto- Mon thru Fri. for appointment 477-4827 motive after market sale* Detroit Contact Mr Marfchfin at: area Call 9am- 5pm 478-0640 TELEPHONE S A l k s • solar energy, MATURE INDIVIDUAL to learn the help sell solar hot water systems Set Insurance business Unlimited Income up appointments fo| our reps Commisto the right person I'll give you every- sion basis Stan 641-p519 Jim 652-6820 thing you need to succeed, except hard work Call Mr Mahoney at 525-0173 TELEPHONE WORK - days and evenings. 4 hour shifts 94 per hour plus MATURE PEOPLE wanted part time bonus Setting appointments for home for Florida community developer to in- improvement company. 6 Mile k Televite people to dinner parties Good graphy T speaking voice Call Claire After 1PM 552-9200 TEMPORARY HEL P wanted, approximately 3 days for 2 months Merchandiser/stock per on to travel metro NEED EXTRA $$$? Detroit contacting | arden centers. Job consists of taking ii ventory, stock, orLAID OFF? dering Hourly pay plus commission, Reputable sales firm looking for hard mileage Must have ar. 286-7119 working responsible individuals to work part time over the phone from our off- THIS IS IT The P oduct works the ice in Southfield Earn up to »10 per hr Program pays • Ev:ryone benefits! If working evenings and/or weekends you would like to n ake honest money, you Call Chris Johnson actually improving he Uvea of others, this is for youl No fr >nt money! Product 569-0850 guaranteed to satis y or money back No tricks' Nice fritndly people! Call NEW A USED CAR SALESMAN Carole 4 talk about t. 348-2149 Top pay plan, lop benefits, experience preferred, producers only Please conWANTED FOR 1ILTON HEAD tact Mike Blake Best real estate silesperson in BirPATRICK OLDS-GMC mingham area. Mi st be outstanding 852-7200 gentleman or lady i ith excellent track record To work as i alesperson for hlah NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY Looking for self motivated people to fill quality MLS real e tate firm on HHI constriction permits 6 immediate openings Company vehi- I s l a n d , s 9155.479,433 in 198 . Immediate opencle earning 1400 to 9600 weekly P O Box Call Mr Brady between 7,30-10,30 am ing J 471-2001 5478, Hilton Head la SC 29938 OPPORTUNITIES Now availble in an new and exciting field of advertising We are willing to train the right individual for advertising sales You must be ambitious, selfmotivsted person to be successful In this competitive field Good benefits and room for expansion for oeopi people will ing to prove themselves Call for ffl appointment. ask for Mike Campbell 471-0311 OPPORTUNITY IS YOURS with unlimited earning potential Well established premium incentive company desires to expand Call Mr West 846-3636 PHONE MARKETING- Experienced only Apply between 9am-12 noon. Mon thru Fri 21615 Grand River, near Lahser ABC Sign Company PHONE SOLICITORS WANTED Salary plus commission Evening work plus Sat morning Home improvement experience preferred Call 855-3400 PHONE TALKERS full or pari time Sales Opportunity Call 0287

MIDDLE AGED lady to stay with dog 4 do light housekeeping for 19 year old COMMISSION SALESMAN )loyed male, March 17 thru March Wholesale distributor expanding Set HMOS yoCr own hours 445-4164 14. References After 5pm evening and MIDDLE AGED woman wanted for baORGANIST (or Thursday ursday ei Sunday morning. Salaried. Monte! th bysitting 4 light hooaekeepig In ex 411-1135 Presbyterian Chnrch, 19115 Greenvlew, changefor room 4 board. Detroit. Weekdays 9am-4pm 5J2 46J0 OCCASIONAL BABYSITTER needed, 9 347-0053 PART TIME secretary (or Sat k Sun. Mile/Telegraph area. 9am-5pm Must have pleasant phone OCCASIONAL BABYSITTER, voice. 8 Mile - Southfield area. in*, mature woman, for 1 toddlers, my Ask (or Reoee 83*1440 home. Sheldon 4 Ann Artor Rd Your 453-4540 PART TIME work In Pet Shop, In transportation. Farmington Some experience with RELIABLE SITTER - my home, for 6 animals necessary. Pets n' Particulars month old. Must have own transports 474-4606 tion and references. Joy Rd. 1-75 area. 459-1475 PART TIME Xerox 850 operator. Ex Call after 5 PM perience necessary Call Laurie be- RESPONSIBLE HIGH School student tween 10 am and 3 pm Mon. thru. Fri or older wanted for babysitting Infant Birmingham area. 444-1500 on evenings. Exp. 4 referSUPPLEMENT TO FULL TIME JOB ences. Newburgh / 5 Ml area 444-1151 Expanding wholesale supply. 1 0 - 1 5 RESPONSIBLE person to care (or 1 hrs./week Commission only. year old in my Canton home on Tuesday Call D.Stone 444-1692 4 Thursday. 9 AM. to 5 PM 961-4401 SITTER - For retarded child, 1 Hr. In tbe AM. 1 Hr . in the PM, and an occassional weekend Attends Wing Lake Developmen'tal Center. Could exchange 645-6919 After 4 PM, BABY SITTER, dependable, for 10 breaks. Al month old, mornings, my home only starting May 1. Re(< rences Mai " Chesterfield area. After 1PM, 444-1

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full time, in my home, tion Anytime. 4227-0332 BABYSITTER, my home Meadow brook k 9 Mi, Moo. thru Fri light housekeeping, own transportation, references. Call after 6pm. 349-3042 BABY SITTER My home, Mon. thru. Fri. 9 to & PM Good salary, Birmingham area. Call af 642-2527 ter I6 pm. 647-0266 or BABYSITTER, my home only School craft/Besch-Daly Mooday through Fri day, 7 30AM-5 S0PM 2 children Call after 6PM 53*3586 BABYSITTER needed to sit full time for 1 Infant In my Southfield area home. References 4 transportation required 353-9184

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Screened - References Booded Insured 14 HR Service Low Cost HOUSE Immediately Available Mother and work. References. PRO CARE ONE, INC

Helping Hands Division 569-4400 BABYSITTER - reliable, loving mother, weekdys, starting April 1, infant 4 toddler. Farmington area Call after 5pm, 474-3940

DEPENDABLE AIDES, COMPANIONS RN'S k LPN*S Are immediately available for needs In your home, hospital or nursing borne 24 Hr COVERAGE DEPENDABLE HEALTH CARE

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CHRISTIAN CLEANING Women would like to clean your home. Fridays available Excellent references 617-3053 617-4459 CHRISTIAN woman desires to clean your bouse Has transportation Dependable and reliable. Easy to work with. 836-0138

AFFORDABLE 4 POLISHED For any occasion THE BIG APPLE BAND 642-5447 644-6037

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•(2) 54968 Vinyl Recliner 218.00 Was 299 99 •(4) 1010 Vinyl Recliner 238.00 Was 329 99 •(2) 52243 Early American Chair 159.88 Was 279.9V *(2) 52003 Colonial Chair 59.88 Was 299.99 *|4) 75231 Sleeper Sofa Orion Fabric in Mosiac Pattern Lime or Copper Cobr

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*(3) 2000 4 Piece Colonial Maple Bedroom Set 368 00 Was 639.95 "(2) 2000 Matching Nite Stand 5488 Was 109.95 •|3| 118 4 Pc Walnut Finish Traditional Bedroom Set 548 00 ' Was 799.95 •(2) I IB Matching Nite Stand Was 159.95 118.00 •(5) 656 4 Piece Modern Bedroom Set Was I 795.00 898.00 •(5) 656 Matching Nite Stand Was 209.95 118.00 *(5) 64833 "Hopewell Corners'' Oak Vanity Was 449.95 799.88 *(3) 818 Crews Quarters Beds with Desk Chest

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Classes for Do-It Yourselfers: 5 weeks, $75,Tuesdays Basic Tune-Up (in eludes brakes, electrical, etc.) 5 weeks, $160, Wednesdays Small Gas Engin 7-10pm 8 weeks, $115, Tuesdays Basic Auto Body e p a j r . . 7 -10 pm . . . . 8 weeks, $170, Tuesdays & Thursdays Auto Body Repair . 7-10 pm . . . 8 weeks, $170, Mondays & Wednesdays Auto Body Paintinb

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PIAHO -ORGAN LESSONS 'opular Classical 22 Years! Exp - Your Home or Mine Mrs Burrows. 644 0957

Livonia Business Machines Institute

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GROCERY SHOPPING SERVICE Price 4 quality-conscious Shopper will shop for your family from the llat you prepare. Groceries delivered to ' home Mln Order - 9100 Charge • 10% of Total Bill. A Real Bargain when you CALLIOPE available Make your spe- consider gas 4 time saved! Call Kim, cial event delightfully dilferent. Gradu- 9AM-nooo, Mon thru Sat., 54Q-3830 ation^ birthdays, picnics, neighborhood block parties, whatever 356^5120 HOME HEALTH CARE Screened, RN supervised. Insured CLASSICAL MUSIC for Dinners, Par24 hours - 7 days - 357-3650 ties. Weddings 4 Special Occasions Professional Medical Personnel Flute 4 Classical Guitar 832-2175 or 565-9041

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In your family who needs someooe to check up on them or just spend a social hour with them when you are unable to do it? I will do this (or you, Farmlngton/Livonia / Farmington Hills areaCall for fee k further details,

LIVE-IN baby sitter for weekends only, must have references 4 experience, 2 Specializing in private duty nursing In small children. Birmingham area. Call the Home, Hospital, Nursing Facilities RN's, LPN's, COMPANIONS alter 6pm 644-3323 AIDES LIVE-IN Companion (or handicapped NEWBORN CARE lady In Livonia area, nice environment RESPIRATORY PHYSICAL Cooking, licensed driver, referencOCCUPATIONAL es.Room, board, wages 540-2587 SPEECH THERAPISTS HOME PODIATRY VISITS LIVE-IN Housekeeper Mature There Is A Difference, We Care' (or motherless home with 12 Yr. old Free room and board In exchange (or housekeeping 4 cooking 525-2784

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CLEANING HOUSE 4 OFFICE Experienced, references Own transCARETAKER COUPLE portation, own supplies. Free estimates Man for maintenance, wife for cleaning Call Diane. 641-9051 k some light office work. No 357-3 CLEANING WITH A NEW TWIST the Southfield area. old fashioned way. We wash windows, COUPLE - RETIRED or semi-retired scrub floors k clean ovens The cleanto manage 14 unit Apt. in Birmingham ing service will clean your home to Must be handyman 1 bedroom Apt your complete satifaction !• be in 4 out free. Days, 644-706* Eve's., 643-4713 In lVfc hours Excellent references Becky . 661-4658 COUPLES WANTED • Manager and rental position (or 44 unit apartment DEPENDABLE LADY will clean your Rochester Salary and apartment. Call house while you work. Excellent refer9 to 4 PM. 689-0736 ences My own transportation Prefer Rochester <• area. 752-2876

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557-775 PROFESSION BARTENDERS S< thfield 26739 Southfield Rd 23 Schools Coast t toast

CAREERS Day 4 night classes starting now at Michigan's oldest 4 most modern travHOUSECLEANING - 1 sister team. Re- el school. Computer training included. liable, hsrdworkers, experienced. For a position in the travel Industry Farmington, Livonia, Northville, Can- that offers good working conditions, ton Areas 474-4493 travel opportunities 4 advancementcall American Travel School, HOUSE 4 OFFICE CLEANING 22932 Woodward, Ferndale Call u Honest, dependable • 1-313-399-5522 Own transportation tatioo References. Refed Eda. 979-2942, Nancy 751-1312 ALL SUBJECTS k GRADES LICENSED PHYSICAL THERAPIST Taught by certified teachers giving per sonalixed Instruction in your home. SpeLooking (or private patients in home cial help (or LD k reading problems health care. Private pay only. Excellent results 4 references 348-8230 544-4828 Available Now! MOTHER wishes babysitting In her li- GUITAR 4 PIANO censed home 12 Yrs. experienced. ReaLessons in Your Home sonable 4 dependable, full or part-time Call Evenings, 298-0248 7 Mile 4 Middlebelt area. 476-0593 PIANO INSTRUCTION by experienced MOTHER wishes babysitting, your 20 years« transportation Full or part time. Ref- ileal, popular, theory, Lessons in erences Starkweater School area home 3564215 459-7505 PIANO LESSONS NEED HELP with your home or office My Home parties? Will set-up, serve and clear, Livonia Westland Area will stay through entire party Neat, re425-2478 liable Refereocea. 949-2445 or 559-9301

BEST HOME CARE

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ONE OR TWO Dsy or Evening Free Placemen! /

AIRLINE . CRUISE LINE TRAVEL AGENTS

HOUSECLEANING COMPANY Anyone can afford to have their home cleaned Free estimate 47M4M

BABY SITTING - Your transportation, vicinity of Cherry Hill 4 John Daly. Days. Mooday through Fridav, 7am7pm. Call Barbara, 174-9154

FULL TIME HOUSEKEEPER, 5 days a week, flexible hours Must be mature 4, experienced Own transportation Bloomfield Hills Top salary Send resume including references to box 648 ITS SCHEER MAGIC" Observer k Eccentric Newspapers, In Children's Entertain36251 Schoolcraft Rd., Livonia, Michiment. Made, Comedy 4 Balloon Anlgan 48150 Jclan Doug Scheer. 353-5462 GENERAL HOUSEWORK/Chlld Care, JAN SAN PUPPETS Mon. 4 Thurs. (negotiable) Experience, WANTED references Non-Smoker Own trananor- Children entertainment. PupjXjts, MEN k 'OMEN tation. Farmington Hills, 851-0594 magic music, all occasions Who are willing to e irn 647-4676 642-7450 or HOUSEKEEPER WANTED U p t o $ 2 5 , 0 D 0 . - 1st Yr. MAGIC, MAGIC 4 MORE MAGIC Live-in, one child to care for, Huntington Woods area. 855-9820 or 399-1677 Entertainment for all ages. Book now 5 Yrs. $50,000. If you are satisfied With leas, don't call HOUSEKEEPER WANTED, LIVE-IN for St. Paddy's Dsy, Sprirtg F l i n t etc 479-! -3363 Call today! ( 1 child to care (or PROFESSIONAL VOCALIST Huntington Woods area work hard, If you are willing to Call 855-9620 399-1677 Sffctng work with Easy Listen! with people. If you get along well ' 40, Wedding or Country band IF YOU ARE A SEI ! F-STAR Kathy 477-4911 and willin to EAR! 925,000 your First HOUSEKEEPER WANTED by profes sional couple Light houaekeeplng and Year ' 3 SIDESTREET Mr Kadish for a;ppc ntment, 522-6529 child care for 2 children ages 10 4 12. 4 Music for your wedding, banouet, etc afternoons Rochester area Must be No Experlem e Necessary1 let> < Experienced 4 versatile flexible Mature lady, non-smoker. 699-5014 981-0437 559-3407 628-2300 Alter 7pm 651-7015 YOU C A N SING-A-LONG IS IN AGAIN HOUSEKEEPER Bank) player available 3-4 days, references, non-smoker. West Song slides too. M A K E vIONEY Bloom(ield, own transportation. 354 3247 Call Evenings, 626-8250 A v o n Sellirv nice people For Flexible hours LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING 512 Situationa Wanted more Information, Female And child supervii 553-' '866 home, ages 10 and 12 Will consider 6 4 4 5 4 0 4 live-in Hours flexible Only sincere, re879-0183 liable persons need apply. Farmington area 478-1827

Real Estate Career

HOUSECLEANING, 10 years experi •nee. References Weekly or every 1 weeks Available Mon or Tues tf 00 per hour Call after 7PM, 477-1544

MATHEMA TICS TUTORING M S M A Degree IraSa,, W All Gr Teacher ififJ.Ex Oertifi 2 5484

BARTENDING Legal Minim ,ge i i

516 Education A Instruction

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518 Education & Inatruction

518 Education A Inatruction

515 Child Cara

FAITH DAY CARE CENTER In care of the Tree Action Apostolic HOME HEALTH CARE AIDE Chnrch, corner of Fourth 4 Michigan Desires employment Specializing In Ave., City CH; of Wayne. Day care services, disabled and elderly patients. ts. Day care opena at 6 AM. - and 2 shifts. Mrs. Georgeann Harris: 84*2071 closesi at 11:30 AM Days, 935 per week. afternoons, 940 per week. Limited enHOUSECLEANING rollment - call now for registration. No Wed. or Fri.. references, very experi- registration (ee required. d. Don Teuboer 1 enced k reliable. Call after kpm Moo. 4 594-4669 Toes., other days anytime. 155-4522

SR. SITTERS MOTHER'S HELPERS HOMEMAKERS HOME HEALTH AIDES .NURSES

BABY SITTER NEEDED for 3 year old twin girls in my Westland home. Days, PROFESSIONAL - Light 4 Sound En7AM 2PM Own Transportation tertainment ANY( OCCASION. OCC. Class 729-8528 Reunions, BowlUng Banquets. Weddings, Schools. Over 4000 selections We play BABYSITTER WANTED Own transest Call Call for for appt appt to visit portation. my home. Plymouth area what you request flexible hours. 455-0129 our showroom for a demonstration. Come Dance With Us We are CHILD CARE - Mature woman to care for 9 month old baby, 8AM-4 30PM, In DANCE WITH ME PRODUCTIONS your home. Non-smoker Livonia area, 589-2705 591-0040 Lie. - Ins. "BIG BANDS PLUS" COMPANION. Seeking able-bodied foreign-born lady over 60 as live-In com- Recorded original music from tbe 40 s panion to assist 84 year old arthritic thru 80 s Reunions, Birthdays, Wedd474-8084 mother in beautiful Southield home ings, Private Parties Res. Private quarters, meals and some comBOOK AN EXPERIENCED DJ pensation. May have day time employ- for your next party Professional sound ment elsewhere or pursue other Inter- system 4 music for all occasions ests, Call eve. or weekends, 559-2155 ( i l l Dave 386-4464

$ 2 0 . 0 0 0 ] Y r . Plus

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Was 799.95 548 00 •|3) Matching Shelf Unit Was 169 95 94.88 •|3) Matching Bachelor Chest with Stack Unit Was 32^99 218.00 •(10) 5044 Pine Bunk Bed Was I 79.99 88.00 •(4) 72 Heavy Duty Bunk Bed with 4" Posts Pine or Maple Super Value 238.00 •(6) 62807 Oak Traditional Hd Bd Was 299 99 . 99.88 *(3J 193 Twin Brass Bed Was 449 95 298.00 •(3) 184 Full Brass Bed Was 369.95 248.00 •(23) Large Assortment of Chests, Dressers. Head Boards - Mirrors and nite stands SAVE 40% y>vc w m i otoo 60% w™ A t these &

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OCCASIONAL (4) 46! Oak Tea Cart 168 0 0 Was 279195 (4) 794 Maple or Pine Tea Can 148 00 Was 249.95 (4) 385 Colonial Magazine Rack 38.00 Super Va(ue *(2) 7259 Bar Cabinet 199.88 Was 479 99 Wall Units SAVE 20% to 40% *(20) Assorted j 10) Assorted [Curios SAVE 20% tf> 40% (101 Assorted Cocktail and End Tables , SAVE 20% t*> 40%

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511 Education A inatruction

520 Secretarial* Business Services

523 Attorneys Legal Counseling

BOOKKEEPING RESEARCHERS Permanent part time in your office or TRANSLATION SERVICE \h my borne. 20 years of experience ReOHers private 4 Mini-private language ne furnished upon request 470-4271 p r o g r a m s Our programs a r * EASIER 4 m o r e effective at any age - children EXPERI ENCED TYPIST Quality Work - Guaranteed FRENCH 4 SPANISH CLASSES Reasonable Rates A b o English for foreigners 64M277

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ATTORNEYS AT LAW FIRST CONSULTATION F R E E SAT. 4 E V E APPTS AVAILABLE

D'Avanzo & Meconi 41142 FORD R D , 8UITE 1*1

Call anytime - 968-0255

R E S U M E COVER LETTERS * ENVELOPES Composed and individually typed. High quality, error free and last. 644-8M0

WEAVING CLASS Wednesday mornings SUrta March 14. THE LETTER WRITER I weeks, $56 includes loom rental Need something writtan/at a loas for Carol Bergson 4412404 words? Full Secretarial Service. SimpW tax returns. Notary. Call Glnny, 535 5504 or 4 S M M T

WORD PROCESSING

981-5300 ATTORNEY SERVICES Real Estate, Divorcee. Wills. General Law, Initial Consultations No Fee. Reasonable Rates Joebon Law Firm 552-4555

TYPING and/or General Office work, part time In mv home or In local office Livonia area. Experienced Secretaria background Call Susan. 42V-247

KEYPUNCH/KEY'TAPE CLASSES NOW FORMING 5 Weeks/100 Hour Course STATE APPROVED

522 Professional Services ACCURATE, CREATIVE RESUMES Professional w n u n g , editing, advertising & printing The Write Idea

Jobs waiting (or our Graduates

WESTCHESTER INSTITUTE

557-851

ARTIST Home, church, children, et Beautifully rendered in pencil or pe i Ink by local illistrator - 120 prepai 1 10"xl2" matted 425-0542

21700 Greenfield R d . Suite 440 Oak Park

INCOME TAX PREPARATION Former IRS Agent. 15 yrs. exto Degreed accountant. Speciallxiog in i idividual, small corp. It p a r t n e r s h i p Tax Specialists, Inc. 502-46JO

968-1120 We accept Visa 4 Master Card

520 Secretarial & Butinass Services

RESUME SERVICE

ACTIVE Bookkeeping and Secretarial Service Full charge financial statements and taxes - typing, resumes will develop a system to better organise and meet your office needs 553-0422

A resume is vour moat important j< b finding tool Give yourself an edge w th a resume tailored to your qualifi
ALL TYPES SIDING 4 Insulation Thermal & Storm windows 4 doors Custom trim, awnings, gutters, roofing Metro Aluminum Frank 525-7677

BATHS KITCHENS Old Cabinets refaced like new Formica Cabinets 4 Counters. Vanities. Dishwashers 4 Disposal] stalled LICENSED WALT. 4 7 ^

Aluminum Siding ALUMINUM SIDING 4 TRIM SALE Complete building 4 remodeling Alum siding 4 trim Licensed t> Insured 537 0452 or 532-5707

BELLAVER TILE CO Ceramic Tile 4 Home Repair Seriice New Work, Remodeling. Alterati ms Lie. 40 Yrs Experience 836|l030

BUSY Bs BUILDING, 30 vears of xperiencei In remodeling References < i fetters of recommendation if ne ?ded CUSTOM TRIM SPECIALIST , Cite hens, bathrooms, additions, a t e r s ions. F r e e estimates. Call Stanley Mai Gutters, Storm Windows 4 Doors Awn8S»0108 ings. Porch 4 Patio enclosures Father berger after 6pm 4 Son Operated No Salesman 20 year CIAMPA CONSTRUCTION (X Written Guarantee on alf Materials 4 Residential, comm . additions Kl chen, Workmanship Free Estimates dormer, rec rooms, bath, siding J F r e e Licensed and Insured estimates Prompt service. 478 2080 MILLS HOME IMPROVEMENT

ALUMINUM SIDING

Call Anytime. 838-2326 LOWEST PRICES

IT COSTS NO MORE ...to get first class workmansl ip.

Alum siding 4 gutters, cleaned and installed Roofing it related work 476 0011 or 835-8610

SIDING SENTRY CONTRACTORS INC Fully Licensed - Fully Insured

QUALITY WORKMANSHIP 478-4444

SIDING, TRIM 4 GUTTERS Storm Windows 4 Doors Low Rates , First Quality Repairs Licensed Free Estimates 405-0048

FIRST PLACE WINNER of t mo National Awarda, H A M I L T 0 1 has been satisfying customer i » for over 20 years You deal directly with tbe •wner All work guaranteed and competitively priced • F R E E Estimates • Designs 1 Additions • Kitchens • Porch Enclosures, etc.

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HAMILTON BUILDERS Call 559-5590...24 hrs. KITCHENS BATHS - ADDIT Aluminum siding 4 trim A Dormers Rec rooms Counter to Wm McNamara Builder 4

24 Basement Wsterproofing

BASEMENT LEAKS R E P A I R E D D r a i n s 4 Sump pumps repaired 30 YEARS E X P E R I E N C E Earl H Jensen 474-6224

27 Brick, Block A Cement

KITCHENS •

427-3081

ALL SIZE JOBS LICENSED CC- KIRBY MASONRY F R E E ESTIMATES 282-0714 BLOCK. Brick . Cement Foundations Steps. Tuckpointing. Retaining walls All six* jobs Estimates. 534-1570 CUSTOM BRICK & STONE WORK -Fireplaces-Chimney Repair-Additions LICENSED-INSURED 474-0045 FOUNDATIONS 1 ADDITIONS Masonry repairs, fireplace 4 stone Work. 30 yrs experience Reasonable. Licensed. 478-0474 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE BRICK. CEMENT, BLOCK Specialising in repairs 348-6086. 477 7251 •Licensed

A Remodeling 0 Building Bu , »

A completerepair,remodeling and building service for homes or business Quality, reaaonable Licensed, insured 450-5034 A D D I T I O N S . DORMERS. KITCHENS Hoofing, Siding. Gutters. Storm Win s. Doors. Replacement windows used, insured, 22 y t a r * * N D Y KURMAS 878-0010

ADDITIONS MODERNIZATION Kitchens lathrooma

Att Garages Family rooms Redwood decks Wot quality work by Builder who works «n Jobs himself call

MARTY GRAFF'S GRAFF CONST. CO. 476-8336

ALL HOME REPAIRS CARPENTRY-REC ROOMS No job too small, free est 525-0421 ALL REPAIRS 4 REMODELING Roofing, Siding. Formica, Kitchens Baths, Rec Rooms. Insulation Call Savers Co, Mike, 728-2418 ANY T Y P E WORK New or Repair Work Myself - Reaaonable Eves 524-2214 "Days 531-524i f

COMPLETE MODERNIZATION PRICED WITHIN REASON COMPLETED TO PERFECTION

CUSTOM KITCHENS WORK MYSELF J80-7444

KITCHENS

Finished Baserr ents DECKS Custom designs, low price? work is our trademark at R L

quality

Call B O B REEDL

647-5033 "Your investment is our i

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SENTRY CONTRACTOF Additions & Modernixaj Design and Build Residentisl b * Licensed Builder - Fully I Free Estimates 476-4444 W O O D C A B I N E T R E I ACING Solid Oak or Birch Tops ind appUances Call John or Fred 477-5122

WOOD DEC 286-7881

CALL JIM, be la celebrating his 40th. birthday. 681-0224 ENTERTAINER/COMEDIAN needs driver/road companion for summer tour, July 15 thru September. Must have excellent driving record, good personality. Small salary plus expenses Send photo and Information about your aelf to; 24210 Dundee. Huntington Woods. Mich., 48070.

36 Burglar A Fire CABLE BURGLAR Al $750 Installed Monit litoring i monthly First year - no char Call

422-8524

39 Carpentry ALL KINDS OF WINDOW REPLACEMENTS, CARPENTRY WORK. ALl M SIDING It TRIM CALL JQE, 501-2454

ALL TYPES OF CARP ENTRY Home & Office... 28 t

FREE EST.

478-3274

A Village Carpenter Home or Bus ness Val. aft* r 6.478-7658

. BRAD CARTER • CARPENTER

BASEMENT REC ROOMS 352-034) Complete CARPENTER - HAf DYMAN Retired Remodeling la luding small lobs F r e e estimates. Re erences If repaired 284-6282

CARPENTRY For Custom cabinets 4

i or Office

848-8272

FINISHED BASEMENTS CUSTOM WOOD DECK8 CALL RON CAUSEY

MASTER CAR 'ENTER & CABINET!IAKER 28 Years Expejrleaot

BINGO-BINGO-BINGO Beginning March 2, Tuesday, 6:45PM Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 114, Livonia, will sponsor s Bingo for Its huildiM fund In the VFW Hall. 20155 W. Seven M l k . Livonia.

AUCTION SALE 13 Mile and Novi r d New tool* Bisque and pore lain figurines, some antiques, many other Items not mentioned Refreshments served 7 PM Friday night. Consignments taken

BINGO

P A T S RUMMAGE SHOP Sat and Sun 10 to 5. Pictures, clothing, perfume, furniture, some antiques, tools, clothing, pitchers, many other items not mentioned Consignments taken anytime. 13 llUle and Nov! rd Refreshments served 543-0455

LOST S a t evening, white 8 month old German Sbephard, answers to the n a m e of Zod, vicinity of Stark 4 Schoolcraft. Choker chain. 281-8118 LOST Shaded orange Tabby cat, male,

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DOORS OF DISTINCTION Saves You Money Wrought Iron Security Storm Doors. Trapp Aluminum Storm Doors Steel P r i m a r y Doors 525-7171

KITCHEN SPECIALIST

FARMINGTON GARAGE DOORS Refacing or New Cabinets Warm up with our sixxllng 'Winter SpeFormica Counters cials Doors - Openers 4 Service install Dishwashers 728-7010 477-1380

LOW PRICE REPAIRS Carpentry, roof 4 gutters, plumbing 4 painting 47^0011 or m - M 1 0

Aaction Carpet Cleaning TRUST YOUR VALUABLE CARPET INVESTMENT TO US

Steam Cleaning SPECIAL Vs Off Regular Prices LIVING OR FAMILY ROOMS As Low As $20 Powerful truck-mounted steam d e a n lag equipment gets carpets safely cleaner 4 dryer than all other methods. ir W<; guarantee to Get It Clean! 6 Greasy Soil Extracted. Pet Odor Removal Trained Spotting Family Operated Licensed b y l M Company For Genuine SCOTCHGARD Upholstery & Velvets ACTION CARPET CLEANING

559-0050*

421-5380

20/20 special

•$20.00. Living or Family rooms Powerful safe truck-mounted Steam Cleaning e q u l p m e n t . f o r cleaner carpets 4 quicker drying. -OWNER OPERATEDWORK GUARANTEED PET ODOR 4 STAIN REMOVAL SOIL RETARDANT FLOOD DAMAGE F R E E ESTIMATES

LOST Small white Mala, 2 brown spots on back, name Corky. Between 8 and 0 Mile r d . l block E of Inkster. 355-0677 LOST- 2-28, Small black male dog. beige collar, Jov/Mlddlehelt area. Reward. Please call 522-7742 LOST: 7 year old Sealpoint Siamese, neutered & declawed with right front thumb claw remaining. Reward. 527-7710

44 Carpet Laying A Repair BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Myers Carpet Service Don 354-5038 or John 357 3278 BOYLE'S CARPET SERVICE Rcsldentlal-Commerdal-Insarance Installation 4 CTeaitag Specialist Sales-Carpet b Vinyl Floor Covering We Also Sell Ii Buy Used Carpeting Serving Metro Area for Over 11 Yrs. As Listed In The Yellow Pages 525-0028 B SEOG CARPET SERVICE Carpet Repairs PAD AVAILABLE •421-8550, 522-4227, 427-1004

CUSTOM CARPET INSTALLATION, $2.00 per sq. yard. Padding available Guaranteed References. No job too big or small. All areas Call Bob 027-8748 EXPERT CARPET INSTALLATION 421-1460

52 Catering - Flowsrs

54 Celling Work TRIO CEILINGS Spray Textures Suspended 4 Repair. 477-2040 After 6 PM

55 Chimney Cleaning CHIMNEY CLEANING I Y^Sprin^Special - $35

Repaired or built new. Screened cleaned. Roof leaks stopped GUARANTEED!
62 Doors

DOORS, INC. Sales - Service - Installation Wa Specialize In: Residsntial Steal Replacement Doors 20 Yr. Warranty

As Low At $295 + Tax

477-5464

EC0N0W00D PRIME FIREWOOD $43 per face cord delivered 4x8x16 Call Mon. thru Fri. 9-5

681-8666

ALTERATIONS Complete Women's Custom Alterations Leather, Furs or Whatever 478-0820 TAILORING & ALTERATIONS Men's 4 Women's Alterations. Men's lapels, $20. Pants tapering $6 Coats, lining. $20, Ties, $2.50. Southfield 552-0544

65 Drywall BRANDENBURG DRYWALL CO 25 yrs Exp. New and older h e n e s , repairs, cracks, nail p o p s Installing, finishing, texturing. Fully Lie. 263-1800

100% CHOICE HARDWOOD Cherry, Red Oak. White Oak. $50 p « face cord (4x8x16). 2 for $00, Fast Frtfc Delivery Call 435-8870 or 547-5207

81 Floor Service FLOOR SANDING-REFINISHING Old floors our specialty. Stain work beautifully done. Very reaaonable. Free estimate 477-7736 LEONARDS FLOOR SANDING 4 REFINISHINC. 32 YRS EXPERIENCE. QUALITY WORK REASONABLE PRICES 437 5533

93 Furniture 66 Electrical BOLLIN ELECTRIC Commerclal-Industrial-Res'l

425-0030 ADDITIONS WIRED SERVICES MOVBD-INCREASED FLOODLIGHTS bucket truck to 25' VIOLATIONS CORRECTED-REP AIR -Residential - Commercial Professional, Qualified, Dependable. Reaaonable Rates. 20 yrs experience

606 Transportation CARS DRIVEN to - Florida, Arixona, California. Low rates, Insured. Northland Auto. 068-2228

FURNITURE REPAIR Reupholstering.reflnlshing,recsning Our specialty Is repairing, reglueing L reupholstering dining room chairs vi 4 MC. Marv Kay, 851 2550

96 Garages GARAGE DOORS

REPAIRED OR REPLACED Electric Operators. 425-8437

117 Insulation HOME INSULATION MEANS $$$$ In the BANK WINTER SPECIAL Blown-in Fiberglaa. Utility company participant. Licenaed Federal, State b City approved. Free professional tnhome estimates 357-1313 FARMBROOK INSULATION

Electric Service Free Estimates 464-1035 DEPENDABLE ELECTRIC F r e e Estimates - Reaaonable Rates Licensed b Insured .557-0606.

Family Owned 4 Operated SPARKLE JANITORIAL SERV Full Service Incl. carpet cleaning. Comml-res'l. Ins., Exc. ref. 464-1602

129 Landscaping LaCOURE LANDSCAPING Complete Lawn Care Service, Spring Clean-upe, Power Raking. Comm., Res Free Est L i e . b Ins. 354 3213; 307 2160

135 Lawn Maintanance THE LAWN MAINTENANCE CO Commercial 4 Residential Lawn Maintenance 4 Snowplowlng Landscaping. Liquid Fertiliser 356-7877

DONT MISS OUR ESTIMATE Qualified, Licensed b Insured WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY Call Novi Elect, for Free Est 252-1688 D. FREY 4 SON Licensed Electrical Contractor Residential, Commerical, Industrial Free Estimates 081-0100 ELECTRICIAN For Hire Free Estimates 521-0422 or 585-2262

E R N I E S ELECTRIC INC. Energy saving fans Machine Tool Wiring. Comm'l - Res'l. Licensed - Insured. Reasonable Rates 450-1800 STAN'S THE MAN-Master Electrician for all your wiring needs. Residential, Industrial, Commercial. Service calls, free estimate. 1-620-5031

TULA ELECTRIC Residential-Comm'l-Industrial Licensed, Insured F r e e Est 533-0116

69 Excavating BACK HOE WORK Broken wster lines, septic field work. Top soil delivered 4 sewer taps. Call: SSV0855

78 Firewood A A A FIREWOOD SPLIT MIXED HARDWOOD

2-$90 Delivered 1-S50 Kindling...3 bundles...$5

102 Handyman - ALL TYPES OF WORK Plumb -Carpentry-Int / E x t Painting Remodel.-Gutter Cleaning-Landscpg Maintenance, 855-5226 or 626-2594 HANDYMAN All home, repairs F r e e bonded b I n u r e d 540-2214 Vlron

Estimate*, 447-0373

HANDYMAN - your problem Is my pleasure Small or large. I have the expertise. Electrical, Carpentry. Drywall, i Plumbing. Free est. - Reas 348-0157

NEED HELP? CALL MR. USEFUL 939-7463 If you have a job that needs to be done around your home or business, give us a call, 530-7463 N.W. AREA • PROMPT SERVICE REPAIRS OR IMPROVEMENTS Rec Rooms - Kitchens - Baths Est. by Appt. 422-4470

105 Hauling AAA Fast Hauling 4 Moving Garage-Basement-Yard-CleaiM CALL FRED - 334-7270 - WEE H, Reusable Items - No Charge

491-1767

ATTIC, BASEMENT and garage cleaning REASONABLE Call after 6PM 081-6064

ACCEPT THE BEST HARDWOODS Full face cord 4'x8'xl6-18" ' l - $ 4 0 . 2 - $ 7 6 , 8 - $ 1 0 0 delivered Lear Firewood Sales Inc 411-0084

HONEST PRICES - Trash removsl, any kind. Building site clean-up. Garage b Basement cleaning. Faat Service 474-2640

' ADMIRE YOUR F I R E Hacker Fireplace Wood Hard - Birch - Fruit woods Since 1046 474-8014

106 Heating

CLOSED SUNDAYS

ANY HEATING WORK

Pete Wood Plbg & Htg.

ALL SEASONED WOOD White Birch $60 Fruit Wood - $80 Hickory $80 Half Birch/ Half Hardwood - $85

464-1457 PRIME SEASONED FIREWOOD

OAKLAND Hardware Plumbery 669-2022 Evas. G J J e a n :

382-8687

PROFESSIONALLY Produced Firewood. 8 cord* (4x8x16) of Oak, Sagar Maple, cat 4 spilt, seasoned 18 months, $280 Any siae order accaptod. 628-1288 SEASONED FIREWOOD Mostly all oak. Face cord 840. delivered. Wood Burners (Mascot Boilan) available.

4*xTiir458-4552

1 0 0 * CHOICE Hardwood. Cherry, Red Oak, White Oak, 886 par faod cord (4x8x14V 2 for 9M. Fast F r e e Delivery Call: 428-8670 or 547-5307

Furnacea, hollars 4 humidifiers Installed or repaired, licensed 24 Hour service 525-5246 E&rg*trom's Inc. Heating Service-Repairs-Replacements Furnacea, humidifiers, air cleaners Visa b MC 522-1250 Furnacea Installed 4 Serviced Low Rates Licemed - References CALL GARY 4 SAVE $$$ KRAUSE HOME HEATING Service - Repair - Qleanlng Custom Duct Work 421-9170

Armstrong - Congoleum - Mannington Ken tile - G A F RES. 4 COMM. INSTALLATION 26 years experience. 3 year warranty. Reasonable Competitive Prices. Days: 562-1387 Eves 308-8624

150 Moving A Storage

Local. Local, Suburbs & t Long-: Long-Distance 255-3074 Pianos - Our Specialty DEPENDABLE MOVING After Hours and Weekends Handled carefully-Guaranteed Est Call anytime. 277-2620 FOR FAST SERVICE Call Flash - 7 days, 24 hours Moving 4c Hauling Special rates for senior ritlxens 261-4083 MOVING.. EXTRA CARE TAKEN Houses. Offices, Pianos 7 days Personable, Courteous Service 24 hrs. G Mooney 453-1212 PROFESSIONAL MOVING By Keyboard Express Specializing In organs, planoa Reason able rates.l47-2226or 724-6133

Reflection's Inc. (the ultimate in m i n o r b glass) • • • • Mirrored walla, Ceilings, Bl-Fold Doors, Foldins Screens 4 Framed Free Estimates, Licemed It Insured Call 9am-5pm, 255-5100

165 Psinting A Decorating CALL 476-8046 BASELINE PAINTING, INC. Interior & Exterior Fully Insured .Water Damage Repair No Job Too Big or Too Small 2 1 Years of Experience Free Estimates CHUCK'S INTERIOR PAINTING. PLASTER REPAIR WALLPAPER TEXTURED CEILINGS STAIN Call 543-4495 CUSTOM painting, vinyl papering b tile, staining, varnishing Renew kltch en cabineta. Italian J o u r n e y m a n , Giovanni J. Sacco, 264-7579

DON J. FULLER PAINTING-WALLPAPERING 32 years exp. Work myself Plaster & Drywall Repair Gutters Cleaned INSURED ,

559-0232 DYNAMIC DECOR Int -Ext Painting 4 Wallpapering Plaster 4 Drywall Repairs You get the finest quality With the best price Your Satisfaction Guaranteed WINTER RATES - SAVE 20%

Lic.-lns.

ACCOUNTANT will do Income taxes, Federal, Stale 4 City, $10 Also book keeping b notary service. 4 t a x e s Reaaonable.

Eves b Weekends - call,

A-l INCOME TAX Serv-U Services 200 Merriman at Cherryhlll Reaaonable Prices 722-3785

DEPENDABLE Year-Round Tax Service 28 years experience with degree

ESTATE AUCTION

1071 Best offer y between 411-7330 t

JOHN LENNON with Yoko $1,500.

itbo Self portrait by Lennon, A.T 422-1034

722-0180 427-0028

ropean Touch APER-PAINTING INTERIOR 4 EXTERIOR PAINTING SPECIAL WINTER RATES Free estimates INSURED

641-7766

Moat Returns $23 Complete Prompt Service Steps Accounting & Tax IRS treasury card 459-8384

FATHER 4 SON PAINTING Over 30 years experience. Commer ctal/Residential Interior/Exterior No Job too large or too smalL Name brand materials assd Free e s t i m a t e s 396 1246 544-2405

HAVE YOUR TAX RETURN DONE AT HOME! Prepared by qualified acc't with master's d ^ . la tax. 7 yrs. exp Ind., c o r p . p/p. Greg Ferenc 4 7 1 1 2 f t

FATHER 4 SON TEAM 50 years experience Reasonable Rates Call 405-0024 or 681-8276

At the SOUTHFIELD CIVIC CENTER 26000 Evergreen Road (Between 10 4 11 Mile Rds ) 05iExibitor spaces includes Nationally prominent Dealers

FREE LECTURES SAT. Free Parking

ROCKWELL PLATE, "Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter" $135 247-5516

702 Antiques

994-6309

165 Painting A Decorating

ANTIQUE SHOW - SALE

BOTSFORD INN MARCH 6 & 7

M & M. E N T E R P R I S E S . (312)1-440-1704 (ANTIQUE JEWELRY Bracelets, gold rings, pins, pendants watches Just purchased s collection of Sterling button books, curling iron* Also hat pins, seals, fobs, etc See J e a r Cohen, Botsford Inn. Grand River « Mile, Farmington March 6 4i 7, Sat, 12 Nooo-10 PM Sun., 12 Nooo-8 PM Buy ing 4i Selling

Grand River at 8 Mile Rd F R E E ADMISSION Saturday: Noon • 9PM Sunday: Nooo - 7PM Art deco, silver, jewelry, old tools, desks, spinning wheels, primitives, are. china country furniture.

• JOURNEYMAN PAINTER • Wishes to Decorate Your Home!

584-6249

J RUSSO PAINTING 4 DECORATING Interior and Exterior Free Estimate 689-5248

LIVONIA AREA Quality Painting Senior Citixen Discount

427-5353

ANTIQUES 4 MANY COLLECTIBLES Ct Walled Lake Flea Market 13 Mile 4 Novi Rd 624-0728

215 Plumbing

249 Slipcovsrs BOB'S

PLUMBING & HEATING INC Installations & Alterations Water Heater & Heating Boiler Repair Residential 4 Commercial LICENSED & INSURED 421-9043 ABSOLUTELY LOWEST PRICES! All Plumbing, SeWer b Drain Cleaning Plumber Insured Visa 4 Mastercard 879 2969

A DEPENDABLE MASTER PLUMBER

M. GORELICK

PETER FRIEDMAN

Professional Painting-Decorating Commercial 4 Decorative Spraying Guaranteed. Licensed, i n u r e d

Highest quality in repairs b new inatallaUon, sump pumps, disposals, faucets. Sewer Cleaning expertly done, moderate prices All work guaranteed 24 hour service In Oakland County

PAINTING BY MICHAEL Strictly Highest Quality Interiors Specializing In Stucco b Wallpaper Re moval. Free E a t 427-3460; 427-2798 PAINTING Husband ti wife team. Interior & wall papering Experienced, free estimates. Call Tim or Barb 941-2266

PAINTING

WE CARE ABOUT BEING NEAT 4 PROFESSIONAL

HANK'S PAINTING 261-5856

PAINTING, PAPERING PLASTERING, REPAIRS WALLWASHING 476-0011 or 835-8610 - PAINTING PLASTER REPAIR Interior-Exterior References... Work Guaranteed Call Paul. 669-3575 - and 474-8516 PAINTING Retiree needs to supplement Income Good work at low hourly rate Experienced Call 722-5589 PLASTERING-PATCHING-PAINTiNG Floor b Ceram'c Tile - Carpentry Gutters - Roof De-Icing - Handywork 543-8155 30 Yrs Exp. 541-0832 P R E SPRING CLEAN UP Painting interior 4 exterior Airless spray. Reasonable rates Ins. Free estimates 838-4479 QUALITY WORK - LOW RATES •"Give me a call-I cover it all" 291-8509 • ROLLERWORKS. PAINTING b WALLPAPERING Interior 4 Exterior Painting Quality Material Uaed In All Wqfk - Expert Wallpaper Hanging Speclalixing in Foils, Vinyls 4 Papers Our Work is Guaranteed b Insured with many Satisfied Customers - call Rollerworks Painting b Wallpapering F R E E ESTIMATE 464-8185 • Small Jobs Welcome! •

WINTER DECORATOR SALE!' Living rm, was $250 now $125 labor Bedroom, was $150 now $75 labor Pa perhanging, was $14... now $8 roll Plus Big Savings on Wallpaper We use the finest name brand materials with time-tested methods Family trade for-J generations. For free est., call 525-4264 Ref erences-InsurwW; uaran teed

Don't wait for disaster, call the Master BOB'S PLUMBING SERVICE Residential & Repair VERY REASONABLE 428-6354 HURON CLINTON CONSTRUCTION Excavation Seweri - Water Lines - Sewer Cleaning 4 Plumbing Lie Master Plumber, 941 3799

I'M NOT THE PLUMBER Nor the plumber+s son, but any work you should have, (shall soon have dot* Plumbing, electrical, rec rooms, formica counter tops, cabinets (vanities a specialty) Dishwashers appliance installation

Reasonable Frank Rashld 474-5652 LOW PRICE REPAIRS PLUMBING 4 SEWER CLEANING Related Alterations 476 0011 PLUMBING SERVICE REPAIRS ALTERATIONS LICENSED 522-4262 PLUMBING WORK DONE Reasonable rates. Faat service No j o | too small y 274-2469

RALPH'S PLUMBING

478-5237

REPAIRSltEMODELING NEW CONSTRUCTION Hot Water Tanks b Disposals Master Plumber Lie #5101 INSURED

40 GAL HOT WATER TANK $220 INSTALLED SEWER CLEANING $29.00 All Plumbing Repair Fast, efficient 7 day service Budget Plumbing Service , 863-3663

225 Refinishing Furniture Refinishing Custom work for Fine furniture RESTORATION REPAIR

644-7755 AL FURNITURE RE- FINISHING Very Reasonable F r e e Pick Up Service 478-4370

1

233 Rqpfinj

LOWEST PRICES-BEST WORK ON PAINTING Interior - Exterior Finest work Lowest prices COMPLETELY INSURED All work fully guaranteed

APEX ROOFING- offers quality, guar anteed work completed with pride We'll beat your fcest price References Free Estimates 474-6644

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY Professional wedding photography at reasonable rates 20 % off invitations 476-1707

180 Piano Tuning PIANO TUNING & REPAIR Quality • Reasonable Jim Selleck Free Est 455-4615

BASELINE ROOFING, INC Commercial 1 Residential New Spring Special on Re-Roofs 25 years expTLtc b Ins Free E s t 476-8046

LIVONIA AREA - Plaster b Drywall Repairs Free Est Guaranteed work. Insured Also spray or hand applied textures. 525-5235 PLASTERING 4 DRYWALL Repairs, additions, new works All work guaranteed State Lie 348-2447. 474-0727 PLASTERING b DRYWALL New b Repair Hand or Spray, 30 yrs exp Texturing F r e e Est Guaranteed Call anytime 543 0712 or Eves 360-0826 PLASTERING Speclalixing In email water damage b repairs. 27 years experience. Clean, sober, work myself 538-9445 PLASTERING, stucco, texturing, drywalUng, papering b painting 30 years experience Reasonably priced 476-0011,835-8610 SHAFFER PLASTER 4. DRYWALL New b Repair - All Types Inc Cornice Prompt Service - Guaranteed 425-0236 522 0082

Alterations, Remodeling b Repairs WATER LINES 4 SUMP P U M P T Licensed 24 hour service

525-5246

476-0776 253 Snow Removal LaCOURE SNOWPLOWING Complete Lawn Care Service Year round Comm . Res Free Estimate Lie. 4 Insured 354-3213, 397 2160 TOP LINE GREEN HORIZON SNOW PLOWING. Troy Landscaping 649 40J6

254 Storm Doors Pa Ston 981-.'

BIG DISCOUNTS'" INSTALLED PRICES Storm Door, 6 , $255 • 3 Tr«ck Vindow, $45 • Storm door, $130 6 - 34 Yrs Exp Lie d - 582-7$28

273-2

ALL CERAMIC Tile work expertly done Y'ew b Repairs Licensed 474-000D IC TILE, all types new and re Free estimates 30 years ex All work guarantee Marvin 7-0247 Tom Berlin 399 7J27

CERAMIC TILE INSTALLED 3 wall* around tub, 5 ft high Complete bath rdmodeling, guaranteed work A( ter 4 PM.474 8809 or 517-546-8821 FRANKO S CUSTOM TILE Kitchens, Bathrooms b Floors Remodeling b New Construction Call ««enings Frank 538-9190

273 Trse Service A • I dONNOLLY TREE SERVICE Tree Removal Trimming Stump'Removal b Land Clearing Free Est 482 8517 JESSE S TREE SERVICE Tree Trimming 4 Removal 26 years experience Free estimate 722-3028 or 522 4606

277 Upholstery ABOVE average upholstering at below average price Specials on nylons Her culons 4 vinyls Free estimate 30 yrs* exp P»rk Upholstering 559 £588

277 7 Mpholstery MP* a j S T O >M i REUPHOLSTERING Quality fabrics Modest prices Frederick's Interiors 4 Upholstering For estimates 477-5642. 459-6480

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BY DAY Custom Upholstery Restoring - Restyling Fair prices Quality work ip Kree Eat Pick up 4 delivery ] BIRCH HILL PLAZA 2$8 S Merriman Rd Westland 721 26188 425-7287 MAKE your old furniture look like new quality wort • expert craftsmen Fast service, low prices Res'l, Com m l Free Est 531-7998 UPHOLSTERY BY RICHARD QUALITY FABRICS 4 WORK F r e t Estimate, Pick Up 4 Delivery

284 Wallpapering C & S PAPERHANGING Depression price $5 per roll 634-8356 FARMINGTON DECORATING Give your rooms a new look Wallpapering $8 aad up Painting, free estimates Dis count to Sr Cltixens 477-7003 PROFESSIONAL WALLPAPERINO 4 Painting Wallpaper stripping S Gledhill M Blanchard 525-7724

WALLPAPER REMOVAL A. GOLDIN

HULGAN BROTHERS ROOFING Aluminum Siding and Trim F r e e Estimates 255-4421 '

WALLPAPER SPECIALIST My Specialty making your home more beautiful References For prices, call Mart 326 2994

JOE GREGORY ROOFING Guaranteed expert installation b quality materials reasonable Repairs. Roof snow removal, 478-1504 REPAIRS repairs

Gutters, 30 YRS EXP

476-0011, 835-8610

ROOFING, NEW b REPAIRS Gutters, vents Work myself Free Estimates KE 4 5334

ROOF LEAKS DUE TO ICE, RAIN, ETC. Stopped Immediately and Permanently LICENSED. INSURED GUARANTEED 10 YRS, EXP

GARWOOD ROOFING Troy 528-1335 20 YfiARsi EXPERIENCE ROOFING I ALL REPAIRS Beat any Price 7 Licensed 348-0066,477-7251

241 Sewer Cleaning FAST EMERGENCY SERVICE Flooded Basements • Main Lines Clogged Drains • Quality Wort Reasonable Rates, 261-7688 SUPER SBWER SERVICE Pleasingly Priced Plumbing Professionally P e r i a n a l Call JoeWood - 5354127 - 538-3515

215 Plumbing Pete Wood Plumbing

FREE ESTIMATES

CHIMNEYS NEW ROOFING ROOFING REPAIRS, HOT ROOFS Roof leaks stopped 427 3981

200 Plastsring PIASTER b DRYWALL REPAIRS STUCCO, WATER DAMAGE Reputable Licensed Prompt 937-8374 422-3764

YOUR FABRIC OR MINE 100 S OF FABRIC SAMPLES

682-4178

ABCO ROOFING Roof Leaks Stopped New roofs Installed i Do work myself Licensed Work guaranteed 754-2180 ALL ROOF LEAKS STOPPED Vents, Flashing; Drip Ledge. Valleys New Roof b Maintenance Guaranteed. References Lie. 532-5168

178 Photography

Kustom Slipcover Service

Call 354-4364

5 0 % OFF WINTER SPECIAL

425-9805

ANTIQUE Pump Organ, walnut with burled inlay, 4800- Antique baby grand piano Marshall Wendell, heavy carved Louis XIV legs 11400 /offer Antique round Cherry table, single pedast*! claw fee*. $504 887-25$ I ANTIQUE SHOW Quality dealers Country, glass dells furniture. Jewelry S a t . March 6, 10-7 Sun , March », 12-5 PM Fenton High School Us-23 - Owens Rd Admission. $1 50

A and-F

INTERIOR - EXTERIOR PAINTING Reaaonable rates. 20 years experience. Fsrmington, Livonia, Plymouth area 464-8160

Quality Food

OPEN D A l r t NOON TO 10 PM ' SUNDAY T I L 6 PM Admission $2.50 with this ad (Good for all 3 days)

PORCELAIN Cybls figurine, Indian Maiden, was $2100, asking $1700 Ask for Dolores, 651-0448, eves, 731-1688

Real Estate, Antiques, Guns. Planoa We will sell tbe following described real estate 4 personal property at public auction a t 207 Madison St., Chelsea. Ml. Take Middle St. to Madison then south. SAT. MARCH 6. AT 11 AM Four bedroom home, good deep lot. full basement, single car garage. TERMS ON REAL ESTATE; $3000 doe sale day as deposit. Balance due in full within 45 days from sale date or upon closing. Sale subject to court approval. Owner, Estate of Julius Kaercber Lloyd Braun J e r r y Helmer Ann Arbor Saline

Estimates,

ICH 5. 6 & 7

HUMMEL PLA Call Monday thru 0-4pm

Spooner Painting Services

152 Mirrors

114 Income Tax

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LIVONIA MOOSE BINGO Starting March 4, every Thursday 6:45PM at the Uvonia VfW, 20155 W Seven Mile Rd , Livonia

476-8106

142 Linoleum

Rite-Way Moving

NEW SEAMLESS GUTTERS Gutters Cleaned 4 Repaired Roof Maintenance, Flashing* L Drip Lodging Guar 4 Ref Licensed 522-5168

EASTER SEAL SOCIETY FRIENDSHIP CLUB Redford Hall Plymouth 4 Inkster Roads Thursdays • 645pm

665-9646

SOUTHFIELD! PAVILION ANTIQUES EXPOSITION

-AMERICAN sailing shipa" putes, Rosenthal, set of 12. $500 Also. 'Tali Ships" Evenings | * 234-1072

MOSTLY RESIDENTIAL

AAA COLLEGE STUDENTS Will move your Home. Office or Apt. Bring your best deal to me 4 1 will beat furnishings. Dependable b Insured It' Owner operated 4 serviced Garage Local or Long Distance. Mark, 200-3678 doors, operators, siding 4 remodeling. 1 year guarantee 474-5652 CALLUS SAVE MONEY

99 Gutters

(CARD!) National Asthma Center Bingo every Friday • 7PM (Special camea at 6:15) Amer. Legion Hall-20500 W 0 Mile Rd.

474-0911

123 Janitorial

MIKE RASHID

• Speedy

a 4'x8'xl6-10"(48 cu f t w o o d ) a Northern Michigan blended firewood, direct from Upper Peninsula 1-2 years CHIMNEYS. Fireplaces, repaired or built new, cleaned. Wood stove Installa- old. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. tion s t a t e licensed. Insured F r e e e a t Kindling, stocklna available Mixed Northville Construction 248-1028 hardwood. White Birch available. Delivered to Birmingham, Bloomfield. N. Farmington Quantity and Sr. Cltisens Discounts

CHIMNEYS

WILLIAM M PERRETT Lodge. 0524 F 4 A M Meets Thurs at 7;S0pm. Plymouth Masonic Temple, R-l-J-2. Visitors a r e welcome.

CANNEL COAL - $75. Cu. Yd. BROOKFIELD COAL - $80 Cu*Yd.

427-2081

56 Chimney Building A Repair

BUY WHOLESALE Why nay full price when you can order over 2500 items In our wholesale catalog, suitable for resale 465-0164

ANNOUNCING THE SPRING 1M2 j

701 Collectibles

700 Auction Sales

YOUR INCOME TAX RETURNS prepared In the convenience 4 privacy of your own home, by CPA 4 fully trained professional. 348-2825 875-6600

Prompt Free Delivery CHIMNEYS CLEANED & SCREENED

Notices BIDS now being taken for Park; maintenance. 18 acres. Send bids no later than March 15 WPCH Assoc, PO Box 172, Plymouth. Ml 48170.

114 Income Tax

NOBLE'S 474-4922

MADONNA COLLEGE SCHOOLCRAFT AT LEVAN LIVONIA



A - 1 FIREWOOD 1 face cord $40, 2 face cords $75, 2 f a c e cords $100. (7x6x4), 12 to 18 in. length. 482-8517

64 Dressmaking A Tailoring

595-1263



INDIVIDUAL Federal, State, City In come tax returns expertly prepared at reasonable prices starting at $15.00. Call for appointment, 628-1170

WE MAKE CUSTOM DRAPERIES Yours or our fabric We also do repairs Call 421-0605

Licensed

604 Announcements

ALL SPLIT MIXED HARDWOODS Guaranteed seasoned 2 for $85 - 1 for $45. Fast. F r e e delivery. 297-0256

BIG DISCOUNT on fabrics (shown In your home). Beautiful work by exp. operators with most modern equipment Expert installers for that custom look you love. J.T. DRAPERIES. 341 -8040

645-0849

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INDIVIDUAL 4 BUSINESS RETURNS Prepared by IRS Licensed TAX ACXOUNTANT, 33 yrs Exp. Appts. Days, Evea 4 S a t 477-6628

63 Draperies

42 Carpet Cleening A Dyeing

EACH FRIDAY - 7 PM

LOST Sunday- medium off white ahacgy Cockapoo, Wayne Rd 4 C b e ^ 7 Hfll a. 8$S-78f4

78 Firewood

62 Doors

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LOST - Siberian eyes, female, 5 Relrard 450-5220

LOST male cocker spanial, U n 4 207-1024 white, vicinity Brant 4 Middlebelt, 425-1745 FOlAfD-LARGE White m a l e dog, Ger- Garden City. Reward man Shepherd Mix, 4 Mile/Telegraph LOST- Male Irish Setter, chestnut, 1-17, area. 2 - 2 M 1 . Call478-2404 or 474-1 M l blue nylon choke collar, 6 ft. chain, Joy Rd./BKUddlebeltarea. 417*705 T H R E E MEN j u t moved to area 4 would like to join local softbaU team, FOUND, male, white also one man would Uke to coach little with little r u s t Cherry ! Henry Ruff LOST: Mixed Male Shepherd, tan. 11 477-2046 league part time. Call J e f f , 525-2040 area, 2-27-82. Call 427 2255 Mile 4 Drake area

OLIVER SPECIALTY ALL TYPE CARPET TRY CATERING O F BLOOMFIELD Rec Rooms, Additions, Citebens H o n Doeuvres 4 Buffets. Any siae parFuel-saving windows. I oof Ing ty. Bartenders 4 Waitresses 543-8100 Tom Terns 4215441 Randy Raumps, res. 010-7425 ALL T Y P E CARPfcl TRY Specials on finished basement* Very Reaaonabl • Free estimates. Call Bruno 484-1258

LOST -Orange mala fluffy Answers to ** Merriman. Reward.

FOUND - Irish Setter, male. Canton

CARPET LAYING 4 REPAIRS. Restretchlng. patching and reweaving. Reasonable. 532-6218

CARPENTER, who toa< MB Industrial Aria desires weekend job Licensed 4 Inssrsi Builder 477-7742 348-6006

336-2248

000 Personals

543-2858

by

I CUSTOM H U I I D l t o 4 Ramedeltog Hick

15195 Farmington Rd. 525-6385 •

20% disc, all other rooms

Specialising Ii

REMODELING 4 builder. 18 j r s a n . i jobs, reasonable prl

Using newest available computers and word processing machines to help save you time and money.

Starllte Cleaning Systems

(GE appliances at dealer ^oat)

FOUND. White poodle, female, Opdyke M. near South Blvd. 852-8844 N , or275-»580

BLOOMFIELD T W P SHELTER Lost or Found a pet? Call Monday-Fri- LOST - Female, year old mixed shepday, 8 AM-2 PM; also nice Pets for herd, tan. Answers to Duchess. Seven A&pUon 4200 Telegraph. 844-8181 Mile/Middlebelt area. Wearinf t a n Reward If found 477-5111 FOUND Airedale Terrier, February 15, 450-1882 LOST- Golden Retriever, female, 1 yrs. old, Farmington Hills area. Reward. FOl/ND: Black Lab, male, full grown! 474-8714 vicinity of Hough Park in Plymouth on Monday, March 1. 452-2252 LOST: Grey female cockapoo. answers to "Tiki". Wearing tag #7768. Garden FOUND - Black male dog, medium slxe City-Weatland area 415-4010 Novi/Farmington area. 477-2827 LOST IRISH Setter 3 year old male. FOUND black 4 white young male c a t Lilley 4 Cherry Hill area. Reward. 307-3140 Litter trained. Farmington Hills. 478-2554 LOST - Large male German Shepherd, FOUND. CASH. Birmingham area. Call beige with a black saddle, almost white Cheryl or John at ' 280-1400 under belly Lost Feb 14 Reward 521 5068 or 524-2263

• ACCENT ON • MARS BLDG. CO. Residential Com'L Additions, Kitchens, Dormerh, Rec Rooms, Baths, Siding, f r e e es imates Prompt service. 528-2886 1 26-7044

700 Auction

LOST- FEMALE German Shepherd, February 25, "Duchess" Cherry Hill/ Venoy area 415-5085

602 Lost A Found

P S - We move moot furniture

326-5025

Screened.

Additions and Fireplaces Chimney Repairs THOMAS DEXTER Mason Contractor LICENSED 478-1701

Bowyer

Practicing In Wayne, Oakland Livingston Counties 4 surrounding area Criminal • Divorce Personal injury • Drank Driving Accident • Zoning Will* a Trusts PLUS ALL GENERAL LAW

Member of The Society of Cleaning Technicians and The IICUC

Work Myself Cabinet Refacing Formica Counters

R 4 R Mod

CHIMNEYS

Repaired or built new, Cleaned Roof leaks stopped GUARANTEED

ATTORNEY 4 COUNSELOR AT LAW

Cheerful Free Estimates Serving All Areas Visa-MaaterCharge

ALL BASEMENT WATERPROOFING Cracked, leaky Walls 4 Floors Repaired Licensed F r e e Estimate. 464-8026 ALL TYPES OF WATERPROOFING Guaranteed Free Estimates Peter Mauti - 476-1585

ONS raings «s 9-2166

609 Bingo

Lion season tickets ori d o b level be- LOST - Feb. 18. Ifestehaster Village. tween 25 yd. l i n e C a l ) 1-828-0175 Sable 4 white. Mlnature collie male, . 842-3175 110 HAIRCUTS. Licensed Cosmetolo- named Sonny. 848-4020 gists la advanced hair training are LOST Female Baagle, since Feb. 14th. offering hair cuts for $10 A build Near Buell 4 Weygant, Oakland Twp. j b e n W e . For A p p ' t . call: ^ 4784180 Reward. After 4 pm. 851-2740

CUSTOM CARPENTRY BASEMENTS KITCHENS - BATHS Kitchens, bath rooms, rec rooms 4 ALUMINUM SIDING 4 TRIM additions. Formica-Cabinets, Furniture, $10 per hour. Counters. Licensed 4 Insured 474-4740 Experienced - References Call Tom. 277-$165

ALUMINUM SIDING CLEANED 4 WAXED Brick Ii Degreasing 525-0500

602 Lost A Found

LOST; Black Labrador Retriever, male, vicinity Middlebelt, between 8 4 7 Mile. 427-2417 WANTED tapes of (WC2Y) Ccwjr Tojji Please call 52J-UU1. LOST: Black male mutt, white WE HAVE ORGANIC NUTRITIONAL chest, brown circles around eyes, n a m e 471-2204 household 4 personal care protects. JoJo.O Mile 4 Middlebelt. S e l l e r buy Will train Interested LOST: Black Pull, m a l e j e d c o l U r J a g 425-8251 No. 188. Answers to "Tona" 484-8120 WILL PAY premium for rights to 4 • « Lev an Reward. 471-0088 or

33 Building A Remodeli ng39 Carpentry

Aluminum Cleaning

F r e e Estimates

Kathleen J. McCann

TRAVEL - SAVEW Up to 50% On unsold Charter Air Tickets, Tour Packages, Cruises, etc. Avallabllty on short notice. ALLIED TRAVEL LTD - M2-M2)

702 Antiques

602 Lost A Found

600 Personals

245 Sewing Machins Repair Expert Same Day Service

Any Make

398-1242

W ALL TYPES 4 PAINTING INSURED

356-0499

285 Wall Washing BILL'S Walls, Windows, Carpets cleaned Painting Very reasonable Insured Free Estimates 585 2243 LOW PRICES-GOOD WORK Wall washing, window 4 rug cleaning Painting All types of repairs Handypan 476-0011,8354610

287 Washer & Dryer Repair GARDEN CITY Washer/Dryer Service Servicing All Makes Servicing Sat 4 Sun $10 Service Call 241-6142

289 Wstsr Softening NATIONAL WATER CONDITIONING SALES - RENT - SERVICE •E WATER ANALYSIS EE SALT DELIVERY WiCE ON AkL MAKES 1 payments apply to purchase

647-3848 297 Windows ALUMINUM OR WOOD - Repair, all kinds. Thermopane glass specialists New storm windows 4 doors Replacement Hardware Center AL-S WINDOW SERVICE v Berkley 547-1214 ANDERSON Replacement Windows Free j b t i m t a t e s SENTRY CONTRACTORS INC 476-4444

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702 Antiques

706 COLD SPOT cellent eoodit

ANTIQUE i t Beveled Glaaa Window* & U w * Fireplace Mantlet Selected furniture 4 u n u n u l Items of tbe f l M t « u U t v 4 deilgn Exhibltnn »l Meadow brook Mall RocfceaUr, Feb 15 thru 21

DISHWASHER -[commercial Kewanee! dish basket* included, f100 535 8493 FREEZER. 15 3 cub ft .

Sunset Antiques, Inc. 693-4770 BEAUTIFULLY reconditioned 1»07 Kimball pump organ, value I I M 6 , u c riflct 11104 or best offer. S32-82S2 BEAUTIFUL VICTORIAN hand carved bed. dresser huge mirror Sacrifice, only 91.SM. I S S 4 M 4 or 549 5138 BEVKLEO GLASS DOORS Various sites Oak. birch, pioe Many irs 1125 painted $175 stripped ivate owner 82$ 5724

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EARLY ENGLISH Garden furniture, late 1890 a. cane sofa and rocker, down pillows light blue/brown on beige background Beautiful new condition li.000 or best offer After 4 PM. call 421 0459 or 425 7544

15 cu.ft., ex »175 or best o f f * 125 3511

FRIG IDA RE I I cubic ft. refrigerator/ freezer Wards 22 cubic ft. refrigera tor/freeaer Excellent condition f * M / $250 or beet offer Kenmore m*croware and range M
, $100 , good condition Thurs., Fri., a f t e r 5 537-8184

KENMORE 1S|81 heavy duty washer 4 matching el< er, almond Excellent coodit 1400 cash. Moving Eves, 459-7548

- ENTERING OUR 2ND YEAR -

MAGIC CHEF portable dishwasher. 8 cycles, excellent, $175. Electric stove (oven 4 broilef), $100 459-M3C

MERRI-TRAIL FLEA MARKET

MOVING. mu4t sell all appliances, none over SVfc years old Call for a bargain 729-0038

OPEN FRIDAY 4 9 PM SATURDAY 9 AM • PM SUNDAY 10 AM 5 PM MERRIMAN I. ANN ARBOR TRAIL INSIDE DEALER SPACE AVAILABLE • from 125/WEEKEND Call Ed 421 1311

RCA WHIRPOOL, 2 speed. 5 tempera ture gas dryer, moving to all electric home, $100 | 661 9081

GRAND BLANC. MICHIGAN Antique Show L Sale. March 4-7 at the Grand Mail on Dixie Highway Quality antiques at their best

SEARS Colispot refrigerator, frost free, with icf maker, coppertone, $200 425-3267

HUMMELS Royal Daulton jugs 4 IIrines Hard to find collector's plates unique antique accessories will be featured by T h e Plate Rail" Booth o85 at The Southfield Antique Expositions Show. Southfield Civic Center, March 5-7 Also buying

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ICEBOX with brass hardware Also Library table Both Oak 4 in excellent condition. $20-7756 J C SYNO'S Antique and Collectible Show Roma Hall Sunday, March 7th. 9 to 4 Eastside - 24845 Gratiot, East Detroit Free Admission J C Wyno, 773-7803 LUDWIG Ml'NINGER original oil. 30 x 40 Winter landscape, framed Must sell immediately 14.500 firm 561-9105 Ml'NSEY magaunes, 1907 thru 1929 Call after 6pm. 543-7083

NEW COLLECTIONS Cambridge HELIOTROPE Stemware. Orrefors ART DECO Paperweight stemware. Royal Bayreuth TAPESTRY China, SNUKF BOTTLES, sterling. Hummels Cloisonne. Orientalia

East Wind Antiques 520 So Washington. Royal Oak

399-1179

547-5145

NORTHVILLE ANTIQUE SHOW Community Center, 303 W Main St 2 blocks W of Sheldon Rd (Center St.) March 12-13-14, Fri 4 Sat 12 noon 9pm. Sun 12 noon 5pm Lunch room 4 free parking f I 00 donation OAK Mission oak sideboard, mission oak chair, signed U m b e r t . 3 oak dining tables, fine carved oak back bar with ornate fretwork Victorian oak doors, mantles trim, carved oak entryway set with fretwork, oak entryway set with columns also, the largest collection of restored architectural antiques in the midwest MATERIALS UNLIMITED 2 W Michigan Avp, Ypsilanti. 483-6980 OPEN Thurs Thru Sun 10am-5pm Mon , Tues Wed by appointment only ORIENTAL RUG. Sarouk semi antique

9x12.

Persian 626 6265

SPRING SALE

Excellent opportunity to buy trade fine used furniture, antiques, art, collectable*. treasures

ANTIQUE TRADER 21805 VAN DYKE. WARREN OPEN 7 DAYS 756-7885 MASTER. VISA, LAYAWAY S ROLLT0P DESK 48 inches wide, dark wood, excellent condition. 1875 477-2950 STAINED and beveled glass doors and windows oak furniture, advertisement. etc New dealers at 149 Liberty. Plymouth. 12 to 5 PM everyday

UNDERGROUND COLLECTOR 790 N. Woodward Birmingham NOW ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS of Antiques, quality furniture, accessories. crystal, china, fine linens, figurines. etc Our WANTED TO BUY" File is bulging with names of customers waiting for your treasures Gather up those unwanted items and bring them into our shop for resale

ESTATE 4 HOUSEHOLD I X ^ d a t k — conducted by Beverly 626-3449 Shirley 681 19*6

PINE Jelly cupboard, manle highback bed, wash stand, walnut take, portable electric typewriter After 5pm 4437838

Wayne County

SEARS apartfnent slxe clothes washer Also Kenmcre portable dishwasher $250 both or best offer Eves 455-4364

UNIVERSAL

BY IRIS Complete Household Sale Management

• Appraisals • Auctions • Will Buy Complete Inventories

559-8908

708 Household Goods Oakland County

ETHAN ALLEN end tables, Queen Anne drop leaf, hex commode 4 cocktail table, solid cherry wood. Cream color crushed velvet sofa. 2 Hammary chairs. Rembrandt brass lamp. Ten light Flemish Brass chandelier Light blue Cabin Craft carpeting. 349-5669

ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED Living room, dining room and bedroom furni- FILTER QUEEN vacuum cleaner, fine ture. After) 5 pm and weekends 851-1244 condition, with attachments Cost is over $600 new. sell for $65. Dealer AN OUTSTANDING Breakfront, ma 682-2538 hogany with gold inlay, center drawer for flat i l v e r w a r e . 3 witk; drawers, FOUR SWIVEL Captain chairs, rolled side cabinet closets, window doors with 4 tufted naughyde with chrome bot wood, grooved for standing dishes toms, matched set includes 42"x48" Length 83 in., width 77 in .Depth is 13 butcher block modern oval table. 1 year 652-6244 in Asking $7000 Please call after 5PM Old. $350. only If interested 855 1436 FRENCH PROVINCIAL bedroom set. ANTIQUE, EARLY AMERICAN mov triple dresser, mirror, 2 stands, double mg sale [Many collectables, furniture, headboard, mattresses, ivory finish trestle table, 6 chairs, dropleaf table, 4 Pair of Fine Art Regency chairs, yellow 644-6992 chairs, living room, family room All velvet top item$, excellent condition Call af HOUSEHOLD & ESTATE 371-9829 t e r 4 PM APARTMENT SALE 4 piece bedroom set, ratti n dinette set, living room set, marble tables, pictures, lamps, misc 939-0399 BABY CRIB (yellow), dressing table, mattres!, $125, antiques - Bent wood lovejeati chair 4 rocker set. 652-3617

SALES

Conducted by " K " Servicing Wayne, Oakland 4 Macomb Counties

KAY ANN

BASEMENT SALE Bargains Appli 4 •ei, stereo, tools. 28018 Hawberry, H ancei off 12 I Ba Cbenfy W of Farmington 5pm Miltle S a t , 10am • 5c

247-0361 771-0197

HOUSEHOLD SALES

BEAUTIFUL French Provincial marble top End tables 4 Coffee table, excellent $500 or best offer 478-1334

CONDUCTED BY

BEDROOM set, pecan, king sixed head board, extra firm mattress 4 springs Triple dresser with twin mirrors, chest,i 2 nigh stands. 2 years old. excellent condition $925 After 6pm 681-5312

&i COMPANY 562-1387 569-1270

BLUE COUCH. 6 ft., loveseat, cabinet stereo twin bed, rocker, best offer 424-8674 BRAS$ WilliamSburg type $100 (Crewel Queen Ann $350 (Pennsylvania House size bed, complete back f ing chair $65

chandelier wing chair pencil post $700 Fan 642-9062

BROVfHILL walnut dining suite. 2 leaf table. 3 arm, 4 side chairs, pads, buffet. mint [ 8$1 7891 DESK, Trtditional school teacher oak desk | Excellent condition $400 One Gucci bag, $100 One Vuitton bag, $100 626-9828 BUIlfDER'S Model home furniture, save up to 80%-Just sold 3 model homes Living rooms, bedrooms, bunk bedsj hideabeds. dining rooms, new 2 pc n i t t r e s s sets in wrapper $50 Delivery 116706 Telegraph, W mile S. of 6 Mile, Dealer 592 8252. 3*2-0452, 626-7023 DEL1ER, Contemporary design Ch le 4 glass, originally $3500 Now • $15<)t Call after 6PM, 641-7486

WE BUY ALL ANTIQUES Glass, Postcards, Clocks, Dolls, Art Glass. Jewelry and Furniture 348 3154 or 348 7984 table," 41". 553-2956

703 Crafts MUST VACATE DISCOUNT ALL CRAFT SUPPLIES

TOLE, SILK FLOWERS WOOD PIECES - PRINTS, Frames, Baskets, Miniatures THETALENTRY 1169 Floyd, Birmingham PORCELAIN DOLL CLASSES Westland area Openings Tuesday night class 7pm 9 30pm Call Pat 728-6426

704 Rummage Saks FLEA MARKET 4 Craft sale Sat , Mar 6th, l0-7pm St Mary's School, 34516 Michigan Ave, Wayne Many treasures, macrame, silk flowers, etc

705 Wearing Apparel PLYMOUTH CANTON Varsity Jacket, never worn, s u e 40, $65 453-3995

INTERIOR DECORATOR'S FURNITURE in her large home, mostly new Priced to sell. Sofas in velvets, olefins, loveseats. chairs, tables, unusual lamps, curio cabinets, secretary. Bedroom sets with armoires in king, queen 4 full sizes P e c i n dining set, also Queen Anne cberry dining 4 bedroom with poster bed. In Southfield -356-7136 LIVING ROOM Sofa. 2 matching chairs, celery green, excellent condition $300 569 1532 ntem notary room set. formica top, Serta full bed, maple cricket chair, round table pole lamp, all excellent condition 363-9023 MAHOGANY China $265. Duncan Phyfe table 4 4 chairs $300, Governor Winthrop secretary $325, antique mirror with f r a m e $65 452-9722

MATTRESS SALE NEW DELUXE QUALITY FACTORY SECONDS Values to $300

needlepoint covers Large china chest MUST SELL Dinette set, round Formiwith hatch top. $400 complete Sofa 4 ca, 4 chairs, $90 TV colonial chair, $85. matching love seat, tan/brown/plaW Very good condition. 476-5862 cover $ B75 540 2063 MUST SELL CREDHNZA Walnut. $75 Call even Dining room set, oak desk, sofa, coffee ings 540 0177 Days 544-8753 table, 646-9109 DECORATOR SOFA 83"; upholstered in beautiful fabric. 6 spring 4 down cushion* reasonable 357-1155

MUST SELL House full of furniture 4 contents for sale. Sat 4 Sun only. 10am-4pm Make offer 35101 Oakland, Farmington 477-3559

DINETTE set. 4 chairs, modern, excel lent condition, $175 After 5PM. 478-41,47

ONE year old English Country Oak dining room, by Virginia House. Purchased from Town 4 Countitry, 48" round dou pedesta table with 2 extra leaves, 6 ble pedestal chairs, 66"' carved buffet with china top $1800 Living room Inc 2 matching 69" Kroehler Citation er look Demi sofas, two 25" sq Pecan glass top end tables. 40" round coffee table with glass Insets, solid brass table lamp, $875 All like new 546-3664

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Oak 4 chrome living rm tables Living rm. chairs 5 p c rectangle dinette Walnut corner cabinet Bassett sleeper sofa 5 pc oak dinette Bernhardt pecan china cabinet Contemporary sofa 4 loveseat 4 pc walnut bedroom set 6 pc oak bedroom set 8 pc traditional dining rm set

$3$

• $75 $125 $11$ $300 $275 $275 $325 $350 $47$ $750

OFFICE FURNITURE Folding chairs 6 ft folding work Ubles Executive swivel chairs Wslnut executive desk

$10 $75 $100 $350

GLOBE INTERIOR RENTALS WEST-37437 Grand River at Halstead Farmington 474-3400 EAST-1100 E Maple (15Mlle) Between Rochester Rd.4 1-75 Troy 588-1800 HOURS: Mon - F r t . M . S a t »-$ RAINBOW Rexair vacuum cleaner, water filter type, with attachements. Cost is over $6i0 new, sell for $17$. Denier 682-2538 REDECORATING 2 red, white 4 bine love seats, $37$ for pair Mint condition. After 5pm weekdays, anytime

•44-1070

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Conducts Moving Sale Fri., Mar. 5. Sat., Mar. 6 10 A M to 5 PM Daily 25019 Rue Versatile Dr. Rue Versatile Apts. Oak Park (Between Coolidge 4 Greenfield on northside of 10 Mile, 1st bidg. on westside of complex off 10 Mile)

EXQUISITE QUALITY carved French sofa, chairs, tables, lovely painted cheat, single walnut bedroom set with dressers & nightstands, small clover shaped kitchen table & chairs, iron stool & chair, occasional tables, cane back studio couch, green onyx lamps,/ crystal chandelier, lovely accessories In china, crystal & silver. FUR COATS Include: broadtall, seal, cloth trimmed with fur. A nice sale! Don't miss!

MOVING SALE ONE DAY ONLY Sunday, Mar. 7, 9 A M - 5 PM 31080 Huntley Square E. Huntley Square Apts. Beverly Hills (1st block W of Southfield Rd, N off 13 Mile-Upper Apt)

ROYAL COPENHAGEN china, sacrifice, Bine Flower - basket band pattern, service for 12 plus many extra piecea 92500 er best offer. Serious buyers only. After 6pm 541-8484

mm

GORHAM Pewterware, 6 piece 12 servicee set, includes hostess set, $1,200 47
Farmington Hills •, etc Also 1973 17 Parker. 477-7919

MOVING dishw

lawn mower, gas BBQ. bench/storage unit, 4 tion 642 6806

Do you like Philadephia Antique Primitive Pine furniture? Circle Sun 4 Mon. Mar. 14 4 15 for one of the most fantastic sales we've ever conducted! Watch next week for details. THOMASVILLE Oak dining set. 5 ft china cabinet, round table- 3 leaves, 4 chairs $1800. Excellent. 855-1738 THREE PIECE sectional sofa, green/ brown pattern. 12 ft. total, good shape. $75 Call Mike before 5 pm 968-4573 TOWLE STERLING, Candlelit*, service for 8, plus serving pieces 698-1834 TRADITIONAL living room set, sofa, love seat, 3 chairs, green, good condition After 6pm 338-1213 WINTER RATTAN SALE New floor samples, chairs, dressers, swings, etagerea. bar stools, etc Call 9AM-6PM. Dealer. 545-0507

724 CwiMfM 8 8upp#w

WANTED TO BUY Pepai, Mountain NIKON 300mm with UV filter aad Dew Bottle Capa 2 Baltimore Colts 4 1 leather caae Absolutely a — e d , Alao 106mm Nikon, mint Evenings 884-Wi San F r a n d a c o 4 1 Seattle $50 p e r Bot tie Cap - Only 4 Capa needed 651-6698

OIL BURNER and tank. $135 for both 336-3983

726 Musical Instruments

WANTED TO BUY VW pop top c a m ^ 135 gallon salt water Aquariam, com- er, Sony color TV, video recorder, also plete with accessories. Decorations and old china doll Reasonable 585-4123 jacket, sixe 8, $150, silver fish Deluxe formica cabinet 4 stand, like new $500 After 6 PM 981-2992 WANTED: Uaued clothing for needy plated chafing dish 4 trsv, $50. Blue 4 families of the church Will pick up green satin draperies, 160 In. t 84 In. 25% OFF NAUTILUS VENT FANS Call: ' 455-1098 Call after 6pm , 531-4)326 15% OFF DELTA FAUCETS 20% OFF FURNACE HUMIDIFIERS WANTED-WATCHMAKERS TOOLS, R, Sears Self-propelled, 40 Gal gas water b e a t e n , $129 00 workbench, timing machine, etc After excellent condition, $125 After 5pm, 5pm. 50 Gal. electric water heater, $159 00 6PM 553 0928 557 4646 * HP garbage dfcpoaala. $39 88 Badger 1,1/4 HP, tSE brand, $38 88 SNOWBLOWER- Wards 4 HP. self Badger V. 1/2 HP, B E brand, $44 88 pelled, forward 4 reverse, $17$. I $67 88 ski package- Heads 330-195cm, step-in Model 333.1/2 HP. ISE brand. 39 88 bindings, polos 4 boota, excellent condi- 33 x 22 Double stainless sinks, $39.$8 tion, $70 356-0019 Vanity including marble top, Bathtuba, $89 Tub waU kits, $69 88 BOY'S 24 inch 10 n e e d , needs gear SUBMERSIBLE Sump Pump, Pea body ToMeta, $49 Laundry tuba. $23 88 cable. $30 Junior• |golf bag, $5 375-1465 Barnes H H P Like new. $85 Complete shower stalls. $129.00 549-0353 ^ Msweat copper tube, 10' for $3 M RED LINE FRAME 4 forks with C R $5.35 cranks, aproket, D.X pedals, bottom TENT- sleeps 4 Portable electric sew- * M sweat c o m e r tube, 10' for ing machine Both brand new 4 Very W In. copper ells, 13<, ** In. ella, 33e braket pads 4 seat clamp, like new. 1V, PVCplastic pipe, 10 F t for $3 88 $210 N 651-2131 reasonable Call after 7PM 356-2232 2 I n PVC plastic pipe. 10 Ft for $4 99 Sin. PVCplastic pipe, 10 F t for $10 88 TOOLS for sill Trades • new, used, 4 collectible Brass items Buy. Sell. 4 In PVC plastic pipe, 10 Ft for $14 65 14-2-G Romex wire, 250' box, $19.88 Trade. 330 8. Main. Clawson ALSO USED $25 - $30 -$32 $28.99 Open 6 days. } 435-0944 12-2-G Romex wire, 250' box, 100 AMP main 20 breaker box, $49.88 J E R R Y S , 31629 Plymouth, Livonia, 2 421-1370 WHITE COUCH • 3 green chairs, green 150 AMP main 24 breaker box, $99.88 blocks W of Merriman 1527 00 drapes, $350 Skis, boots, poles, sixe 6, Gasoline power generators, $7.99 JERRY'S, 12117 Grand River, Detroit. sixe 10, packages. $75 each. 349-5180 Interior Latex paint, 1 Gal, 933-9293 Interior Semi-gloss, 1 Gal. $9 88 1 block W of Wyoming Exterior acrylic Latex paint. Gal., $9 88 Oil, gas, kerosene heaters, Discounted JERRY'S. 1448 W Ann Arbor Rd Plymouth 459-1500 MATH1SON HARDWARE NEW STORE LOCATION AUTOMOBILE OWNERS! Aa Low as 28243 Plymouth Rd , Livonia 714 BusinetaJl $31 quarterly may b u ; no-fault liability (In the former E P F S Building) insurance with AFMKX) for llfied 31535 Ford Rd , Garden City Office Equipment 1-2376 6130 Canton Center Rd , drivers. Thorns Agency Canton CLOSING OFFICE must sell, desks, Open Sundays, 10 AM to 3 PM BABY ITEMS, like new, bed. bassichairs, rolling files, calculators, Litton nette, baby changer, car-seat, bike car1300 computer j open weekdays 9-5 Sat STORAGE SHELVES metal - Under rier, priced to sell 4S9-57$9 wood calculator SOOT, brass 4 china 9-12 noon Berry's Home Supply, 27419 Joy Rd Westland Liquidating, no rea lamps, fan, 12 in, 3 speed, John Wayne BASEMENT SALE - Stove, TV, dishes, turn-table, misc Sat. only from 10 to 6 portrait, misc clothing, white coat with sonable offer refused 421-2250 PM Please call after 6 PM 535-8187 black leopard spots with leather belt, Call Jim Day sixe 13 white rabbit hat, never worn, CHILD'S 3 drawer walnut wardrobe card table, imported clock from Lon- COPIER Minolta EG301 with cabinet, only 6000 copies, like new condition, cheat 34x19x47, Jenny Lind high chair don, medium size, also cowboy ®y hats. sacrifice only $995, Executive Office 4 childs rocker plus many other baby 37:2 8350 Supplies, ask for Bob 476-1324 Items. (No clothes) 435-3388 THINK SUMMER" Newburrii Swim SINGER FUT1 IRA 920 sewing ma- Club membership for sale Value, $400, GOOD USED office furniture Desks, chine, barely used, excellent condition, make offer Call after 3 pm 591-0470 files, tables, chairs, reaaonable Week $225 or beat offer 937 1595 days 12-8pm 4 weekends 645-6133 USED RECORD COLLECTION, vaheFIREPLACE screen, k * bolder 4 ty music, over 200 albums, over 300 IBM MEMORY 100 Typewriter, pur " a Space beater, 45 s, also 8 track tapes tongs. $65 complete Gaa 397-8145 chased new, under full service IBM 459-9316 $95, Guitarr 1with case. $75 maintenance contract, $2950 UTILITY 17 ft trailer, good for small Call Marie. 352-4700 EVERYONE ELSE la talking about it, business or snowmobiles, electric come and see it burning: brakes, lights, storage, ramp 562-7170 IBM Model D Executive typewriter, $350 356-5548 WOOD STOVE«Al.E Buck stove inserts, barrel kits StoFireplace insert/free standing $479 JUST ARRIVED vepipe and accessories 474-2277 349 4215 USED "FURNITURE THE ENERGY STORE •62 Desks, Assorted Sizes 4 Colors WOOD STOVES BLACK BAkT •9 Wood Desks 16709 Middlebelt Fireplace free standing, 700 CFM •3 Fireproof Files blower, heats 2800 sq ft Fantastic Low Livonia, between 5-6 Mile •50 Misc Chairs Price $479 427-3300 •15 Filing Cabinets Old Village Wood Stove Shoo 4 59- 3135

>0BEY PIANO COMPANY" >22 W 11 Mile Rd . Royal Oak

WE BUY & SELL

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JSED PIANOS 'INETS-CONSOLES-G HANDS

PIANOS WANTED

713 BicydaaSato A Rapair

[TOP CASH PAID! 541-6116

GREAT PIANOS * from $395 spinets, p a n d a , player pianoa at l o f prices

S p A N L A N PIANO CO 6713 Telegraph, at 1-94 . 374 2404 Open Mon Sat 10-7. Sun 12-5

SCHWINN BIKES

P(ANOS WANTEDCASH A BABY GRAND, conaofc or small pi ano Wanted Please call 421 3455 ANTIQUE Starr upright p a n o muaic model, patented 1901. excel desk 375 1465 lent tune,

711 Miec. For Sale Wayne County

MOVING - Mini bike $80 Countertop oven $50. Wood bar $25 Window air conditioner $50 Drafting stool $5. Shelves 8' long $2 each 641 8963 MOVING Stove, r e f r i i Mercury cal

712 WantidToBuy

711 Miec. For Sale Wayne County

For Sale County

MOVING SALE. Misc household Items, antiques, old records, etc. All must go this week Fri , Sat 4 Sun., 9am 5pm 3319 Gumming*, 1 block S. of 13 Mile between Woodward 4 Greenfield.

MOVING SALE. Hundreds of antiques and household items Theadore Haviland. Limoge china R.S. Germany Gate-leg Ubles, antique desk, carpet loom, cameras, 4 more Open Sun. 12 till 7. 436 First in Milford 685-2680 MOVING SALE Walnut 4 piece bed room suite, double canopy bed 4 dresser, couch, end tables, denumidifier, recliner, electric stove 642-7853 OFFICE FURNITURE Desks $10 Adders $15 Chairs $5 Drafting stools, files $25. 8x10 visable files $50 Posting trays $10 Bookcases $29 95 IBMs $99 50. Clocks $10 Typewriters $29 50 Electronic Memory Typewriter $996.29 Automatic copiers $99 50 231 W 9 Mile 548-6404

Partial inventory but LOVEPIN BALL MACHINE LY QUALITY. Turned post double mahogany bed, 2 Electronic black jack, excellent condition. $450 542-3593 dressers by Kendall, black PIN BALL Machine. Williams model. rocker by Nichols & Stone, Fun Feat, 4 player, very good condition, day bed, telephone stand & $350 891-4853 chair. Tables include: small PORTABLE sand blaster $65, l 1 * hp pie crust, occasional end air compressor $225, Greenlee hydro and small drum styles. Baker knockout punch set, small gas furnace, small surface plate, vises, precision 4 wing chair, tall bookcase air tools, gas cutoff saw, much more urtlt with drop leaf desk, an- R L. Deckebach Co.. J20-242 S Main. Clawson Open 6 days. 435-0944 tique chest, crystal, china & linens. 12 place setting of Q-MASTER 1979 model 7 ft slate pool with accessories, $350 Les Paul s t e r l i n g C o l f a x p a t t e r n table copy electric guitar with a m p $75 Casmonogramed T. Don't Miss! telia classical guitar, nylon strings $35 Rock tumbler polisher with supplies 644-3982 $25 Loveseat $30 Boys single speed bike, needs work $15 9AM-5PM Fri or Sat 646-6230

BABY Grand Piano, cable 5 ft JEbony finish, with bench, $2300 851 5438

BALDWIN PIANO & ORGAN SALE Quality costs no more, even leas in the long run Grands, Consoles 4 Spinets all at great ly reduced pnees A console piano only $ 1495 Organs from $1295 Grands, save $2000 4 more loomfieid Store Open Sun 1-5

VOLA MUSIC CO. Blmld Hills 2184 Telegraph N of] Square Lake

674-0413 BEGINNERS electric guitar with hard shell case Good condition 4 sound 2 year* old $60 455-9157 CLARINETS 4 FLUTES Like New Guaranteed Reasonable Will Deliver By Bfcnd Director 84 3 3427

BLACK BART

Steak, Mushrooms, Strawberries, Turkey Tetraziini, Much more MOUNTAIN HOUSE FREEZE DRIED FOODS survive Mother Natures moods, layoffs, empty grocery shelves, inflation Enjoyable, nutritious food instantly, just add HIA No preservatives. Keeps for years, consider food storage plans Write: ROKF.BAR Industries, box 2362 Dearhom. Mich 48123 277-2809

712 Wanted To Buy

471-1474

477-386;

OPENING SALE . Sat & Sun Only

GIRAND

Save up to 65% on name brand musical instruments 4 sound equipment

476-1324

WONDERLAND-MUSIC

LIGHTED GLASS Collector's Cases (4) 3'8'xl6'x5'9' Walnut grain exterior with key lock $200 each 681 1447

ALL NON-FERROUS METALS

In West Bloomfield on Northwestern Hwy at Orchard Lake Rd (2 doors from Dunham's) 855-6333

OFFICE EQUIPMENT desks, chairs, side chair. IBM typewriter, check writ , er, copy machines, all Vi off original GRAND PIANO. 5 4 completely reprice or less Mr Kangas 522 6003 built 4 refinished Ebony. $2800 • 937 » 3 J OFFICE FURNITURE Desks, chairs, filing cabinets GRI W E L L BROTHERS console pia 646-4540 verv good condition, made by Grii 459-94 STENOGRAPH MACHINE and tripod, $350 reporter mod
COPPER 45 55« BRASS 30 60« BATTER1ES$J LEAD 15e, ALUMINUM SIDING 25« RADIATORS 35« lb.. CARBIDE Prices sibject to change daily

GO CART. Mini s, patio swing, lawn mower, air codditioner, debhumidifier, double bed complete, 2 bar stools, gui tar, banjo, 3 sleds, 10-speed bike 522-7020

VULCAN MPC guitar, t o finish. 5 position pickup, phase switch, controls for 2 special effects, 2 humhucking pickups, with case $45(1

EXECUTIVE FURNITURE WAREHOUSE

FREEZE DRIED ICE CREAM

Plymouth Iron & Metal 40251 Schoolcraft

Weekdays. 8-5 PM . Saat 8-5 PM IMPORTED table model clock from 425-1110 453-1080 England China & brass lamps Galaxy 12" table mtodellfan Underwood calcu- CASH FOR Moving 4 Garage sale 715 Commercial & lator, Mod«l 3C|0T Cast iron roaster. items 349-8065 John Wayne original oil portrait WalIndustrial Equipment , COLOR TV'S nut top card tafcle Misc dresses like 7000 WATT Electric new, sixe It-13 ! Cowboy hats, medium NEEDING REPAIR, under 8 years old, GENERATOR start, like new, used 1 hour $ 1 , 0 0 0 or size, white and beige Rust colored belt- all makes, pay up to $60 838 7842 best offer 459 6797 ed coat, wool linihg, sixe 12-13 Cream colored dressy jacket size 13 372-8350 NEWSPAPERS $1 per 100 lb., tied with string, not in 716 Lawn, Garden & MOVING OUT of State Sale Every thing Must Go* Video game, appliances, bags, no magazines Batteries Carbide $4 50 and up Highest prices copper, Farm Equipment furniture 4 more 6431 Yinger, Dear born. Warren - Greenfield Area March brass, lead 4 aluminum LOCKE MOWER. 70 in. $1100 Very L 4 L Waste, 34939 Brush St.. Wayne 6.7, 10 AM-4 PM 683 2557 356-7877 721-7436 good condition, MOVING SALE Furniture, Ubles, TV , SEARS 36 in lawn tractor 4 mower lawn mower, pool heater, boat motor, OLYMPIC Set of weights, with weight deck, 2 yrs old Just tuned must sell, CB radios 4 more 422 3045 bench 4 mat Also heavy duty punching 646-4781 bag Call 9am 5pm 643-0611 $500 or best offer PRE-MOVING Sale, 39235 Cheshire, SNOWBLOWER.^ Toro 5 HP like new PAYING TOP DOLLAR for old furni WesUand March 3 - 7, 9 - ' Between $500 each Call eves 349-4790 Cberryhill 4 , P a l m e r 595-7136 ture, glassware 4 antiques of any kind Turn junk into cash 721-4140 729 0865 TORO LAWNMOWER, Sears 5 HP RADIAL power saw, 10 inch, brand snowblower, reasonably priced, must new, extra blades, mobile stand with RECYCLE FOR CASH sell Weekends 261 1095 lock Dust collector, wet and dry shop Carbide $4 & up vacuum, 16 gal capacity Extra acces $2.75 & up 720 Farm Produce sories. $550. 522-3016 Batteries

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REFRIGERATOR, Double door, sideby side Cobch 4 Loveseat Queen sixe bedroom set 4 twin set Roll-about tool chest Assorted tools More' 4J2-7104 REFRIGERATOR, Hot Point frost free, almojl new, $350, steeld Desk, cash drawers, commercial vacuum, two 36" roundi tables, antique steamer trunk, antique lecturn (copper), solid oak table, RCA Victrola 4 records, revolving coat hanger, two 15" wheels, two VW wheels, one 14" 427 2429

.20-.30$ Per Lb

Also buying Copper, Brass, Lead, Radi a tors, Nickel, Alloys. Starters, Genera tors, Stainless Steel, Tool Steel, etc

H & H METAL CO

29131 MICHIGAN AVE Just E of Middlebelt 728-8050 OPEN 8-5PM Ull Noon On Sat

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Waterford 4977 Dixie Hwy

GUITAR Madeira Accoustic 1 yea{ old, (ike brand new & case $ 2 0 0 464-1 11 \ IBANEZ STARFIELD doubleneck gui= tar, [white, stereo wiring 4 super 7$ humpucking pickups, stereo mono switch with case $900 477 3867 KNABE PIANO, spinet, dark mahogany. excellent condition, written profesil appraisal $895 Call 9am-4prrf weekdays 421-7339 LIQUIDATION SALE Everything must go 474 9370 LOwRY ORGAN H I m u i sell1

15 years old, 476-6991

MARTLN Alto Saxophone Excellent lition $360 Call between 3-5pm. 453-1701

MUSIC MAN Amp. 130 Watts $300. HORSE HAY, Rabbit Hay 476 1741 Straw $1 75 Rabbits Organic gardener special Mulch Hay, $1 50 STHNWAY 9 Concert Grand $18." Firewood $40 421 4484 Alsq Steinway Model M $8400 excellent 835 2540 or 272 918J

722 Hobbies Coint & Stamps

WANTED Height gage with metric 4 criglish Will make good offer 626-6644

GUI "AR. Electric. Fender. Strstocas, ter, |ke new. with case. $425 Ask for A1 861-266$

tY 4 CLARK Piano plays regula honkv-tonk Excellent tone, tune 535-067 regularly $450

R C AIRPLANE parts 4 equipment for sale or trade for H O train parts Call after 5pm 453-2924

THE BOSS IS BACK

MPET • Conn. $350. good coodiCall John between 11.30 5 prfl 425-529)

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THE EXCITEMENT OF DRIVING RETURNS WITH THE ALL NEW MUSTANG 302 GT

709 Household Goodt Wayne County ASSORTED lamps, and tables. All reasonably priced 425-0906

$7823* Less Rebate $750

Prices Start At

COUCH 4 loveseat, matching off white 4 gold nylon, contemporary Excellent condition $600 937-3057 COUCH, 84 in brown/tan 4 Walnut/ Chrome dinette set, 4 chairs, black/ brown, $200, complete 427-6964 DESIGNER DRAPES obve green, 2 large windows 5911154

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ETHAN ALLEN dining table, cherry, 44 Inches round, two 18 in leaves. No chairs. $500 427-2956 FURNITURE SALE 6 piece Early American living room set, bedroom set, good condition Wall hangings Sat. 4 sun 12 5pm 5830 H a r m o n , Garden City 522-6248 Must sell due to move Queen office desk, bookshelves, elecw^ter cooler, misc. No offer First come, first to cash In! ohn 291-7538 VING ROOM furniture, stereo console, baby furniture, bed f r a m e s 4 child r e n bicycles Call between 4pm10pm 981 3345

LIVING ROOM Sofa, 96 Inch, gold, Traditional styling, excellent condition $200 455-1626

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ESTATE SALE, antiques, furniture, dishes, misc. items. Fri., S a t , Sun., SOLID MAPLE china, table with pads, 9am-5pm. 423 Oak St. downtown Ro4 captains chairs $500, Cobblers table chester. off University Dr. $50, wing love seat $50, brass plate GIGANTIC BASEMENT SALE headboard, queen fixe $35, Deacons bench with pad $50. wing chairs with Thurs , March 4, F r i , March 5. Sat., ottomans, solid pine 4 maple Ubles. March 6. 9am- 6pm 33739 Heritage wing sofa $150. assorted lamps 4 fire- Hills, Farmington Hills, Rolling Oaks place fixtures. 646-7333 subdivision, off Farmington Road, So of 14 Mile (toad. Beautiful lamp sets, THE GOOD STUFF, Thomasville Medi sofa pillows, pictures with frames, decterranean, excellent condition, chest oo orative tree plants. All brand new, 4 cheat, triple dresser with mirror, Queen reasonably, priced to sell 4 much more. size headboard and frame, night table, 634-1894 $600 338-4336 GM CARSEATS- infant 4 childs sixes, new In the box, 6 on hand- $41.50 4 oANNOUNCING 2 SALES $49 50 Call 582-6322; or a f t e r 6PM 354-2286

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X-LONG. TWIN. FULL, QUEEN. KING Your Choice from COLONIAL FURNITURE rust chair higt^ack. $75. Hickory Fry floral h, russet, gold, green, $110, wool oval braided rug, multi colored. $100; pine coffee table, $30; hardrock maple - GLOBE coffee table, $25, sewing machine cabi INTERIOR RENTALS net, $15. TV stand, $10; chair, multi tweed, $40, set of 8 "Wixard of Ox" WEST 37437 Grand River at Halstead 474-3400 plates, $200 After 4 30, Thurs 4 F r i , Farmington ;end any time 689-5159 EAST 1100 E Maple (15Mile) Between Rochester Rd.41-75 CONTEMPORARY 3 section wall unit Troy 588 1800 with| bar, excellent condition, $600 HOURS Mon -Fri 9-6, Sat 9 5 641-7621 PICTURE FRAME SALE. Large selecCOUCH and matching loveseat, chair tion of standard siae frames starting at with ottoman, $285 $1 Metal sectional frames. 20% off Call 626-2305 Picture Frame Factory, 4326 N WoodCOUNTRY FRENCH dining room set, ward, Tues thru Sat 10 to 6 complete, 4 years old, White manufacturer! dining table, seats 12, 4 dining Model Home chairi, host 4 hostess chairs, china cab Furnishings met above buffet, server, tea cart, all made of matching wood, beauti- Bed suits, sofas, chairs, dining 4 kitch ul curving, less than ^ the original en sets, end tables and numerous accescost If lease call 4 ask for Mrs D'Anna sories Name brand Items, Dixie, Tho478-5390 or 476-7132 masville. Drexel, Englander Priced to sell fast!! (We must ftpove these out quickly). 1-6 PM Weekends 6400 Farm COUNTRY provincial dining room set, ington Rd ,, Just north of Maple Rd., W oval table with 3 extensions, 2 host chairs 4 side c h a i r s , all with Bloomfield

DINETTE SET, 5 with padded t condition Call MINK dark ranch female skins, semi chairs, Walnut, exce after 4 pi 476-3094 fitted, like new, 8-10 petite, must sacrifice. 64 9 3211 DINETTE TABLE, 2 upholstered Uvt WEDDING GOWN, never worn, size 12. room chiirs, end table, portable bar 588-3095 white georgette with BruaaelU and stools, mkke offer Alaencon lace. $325. evenings 882-7137 WEDDING GOWN - size 10. slip, veil, DINING | ROOM table, glass 4 rose lira 562-'4611 wood, 6 1t, 4 parson's chaii bustled. 8190 Reasonable 851 1973 WEDDING GOWNS Prom, brides DINING Suite: Drexel Pecan, oval mother. Large assortment of previously owned gowns at huge savings Mon Sat table. 3 leaves, pads. 6 chairs, credmxa. China cabinet, excellent 626-6265 582 6322 10am 5pm. Thurs till 8pm

ADt COMPRESSOR $40. drill press $05, arbor press $50, anvil $50. air hammer $15. air sand blaster $45.1 ton SACRIFICE, 7 piece, all wood French chain hoist $75.33906 Mooney Provincial dining room. $600 Bedroom, Farmington ideal for cotUge, $300. Many odds 4 BABY Buggy $15. Yellow 3 drawer . After 61 644-1947 changing taUe/dresser $70. Infant 4

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TAPPAN RANGE, double oven, selfcleaning Lady K e n m o r e deluxe dishwasher [Harvest Gold Double sink 4 faucet, cabinets 4 countertops. Bifold doors 4 shelves 34949-5669 ESTATE SALE. Elegant Provi furniture 4 accessories from old, local TAPPAN 30 inch gold gas range with firm for fraction of original c o s t Art exhaust fail black glass in door, very glass lamps, collection of Victorian good condition $175. 277-6898 lady figurines, much misc., sleepwear. invalid aids March 5.6,7. Fri Sat 10 WASHER, dryer, stove, refrigerator, 4pm , Sun l-4pm. 18266 Huntley Sq.. $600 for all 7 Mile Rd /Inkster Rd. Birmingham. 1 block W of Southfield. 2 area | 533 6598 blocks N Of 13 Mile WASHING MACHINE. GE. like new, $225 or best offer 855-3729

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children * clothes: ladies 5-8 363-9715 KING SIZE bedroom set 4 wall unit, SECRETARY, Stiffel lamp, oak twin modular couch brown. All excellent bed, console color TV. few antiques 4 CARPET- 14 X 11 f t . bright rust, per356-4943 fect, $65 Fire screen doors 4 mesh, condition Call a f t e r 5, 553-7754 Misc. Call after 4 P M 44 x 33 l a max.- $40 Pretty Black EARLY AMERICAN/Traditiooal furnchandelier with candle bulbs $60. Other ishings for family room, dining room, ceiling fixtures $30 851-1038 bedroom plus accessories. Excellent DIAL-A-MATIC xig xag sewing macondition Stiffel. Ethan Allen 4 others chine. Ibnbroktera, appliques, butC 4 R COLLECTIONS tonholes, etc. Late model school trade S a t March 6, 9am-5pcn, 6985 Rattlee Eclectic sale. Lake Rd , Clarkston 652-1936 in $59 cash er monthly payments. New 35370 Canterbury, Franklin. March 4, machine guarantee. 10-7, March 5. 10-4 Three Mocks W of ELEGANT exclusive beautiful furniTelegraph on 13 Mile, north on Lncerne ture, collector items, each piece .Is 1 block to Canterbury. Couple buys parSEWING CENTER ents home! Furnish an entire bouse with signed by Paul Evans. Dining room set, quality overflow. Rare antique dining 4 white velvet upholstered chairs, • FE 4-0905 table, sectional, cabinet stereo. Wur door credenaa - finished GO all sides, etagere finished on all sides This is a SOFA BED, green plaid; matching rec- litxer electric piano, upright piano, dining table, lovely drapes, once in a life time time opportunity for peo liner chair 2 table/lamp combination. pie who appreciate things ~ 779-55*92 Kitchen table, 4 chairs; white 4 yellow. hospital bed. electric cook top and Other furniture. Reasonable J M 18M much more furniture. Kltchenware acESTATE SALE By Jacoueln. March 5 cessories, old magazines, etc. 6, 10am-4pm. 18105 C a m b r i d g e , SOFA 4 love seat, hlack/brown/betge Mary 643-2529 Kathleen 356-8797 Lathrup Village. (W of Southfield Rd. velvet,,good condition, $150. Black Santa Barbara N. off 11 Mile). China ginger Jar lamp, $30, hand painted ori cabinet, grandfather clock, 3 piece wall ental lamp $35, large oriental framed DOUBLEHARNESS unit, g l a u w a r e , kitchen set, black vinyl print $30 651 2316 couch 4 chair, bedroom furniture, ESTATE 4 MOVING SALES SOFA, off white Haitian weave. Seligwasher, dryer, freeter, much more. Monroe, $330 Recliner $70. Dinette set Typed Inventory 1 $50. Excellent condition- After 5pm 4 ESTATE SALES weekend 474-8475

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VENTURE 222 sail boat, YORKSHIRE TERRIER 300 BOXER PUPPY, 8 month, old, $50 S m-ll«7 borne. 7 year old male, 1979, MOT ft white, endse 11 s. fast perfi 553-9489 j417-4S88 PILCO BRITTANY SPANIEL, female. 1W er. 8 berths, lifeline, years old. spayed, gold ft white, $100. extras. WEIGHT LIFTING set, mulU positive foam flotati. WANT JO SELL YOUR PIANO? MOTOR SALES ft LEASING 525-0342 740 Pet Services 474-8417 bench press, curl bar. >8499. Smiley Bros 271-1324 847-1177 straight bar. Orbatron welnta, first jBRITTANY SPANIEL, male. 13 weeks Newest Feature BOARDING. GROOMING ft RETAIL 1110 takes, call mornings 459-5789 AKC registered $40 W.AK For Cats, Docs ft Birds DAILY RENTALS 812 Motorcycles 7294411 Grooming by Call/Gall's Dog H WINCHESTER SOI, Model lbO, with 728 TV, Stereo, Old Village. Plymouth 45: scope, 1350 ALSO one withlCtttun 453-4941 Go-Karts, Mini-Bikes LOVERS: Unable to keep beautiful stock ft scope. $265. <22 *447 CAT Hi-Fi, Tape Decks black male cat we found. (Canton area), A GIANT INDOOR MOTORCYCLE I DAY owner or other interested parties call; noo Swap Meet, Sunday,, Mart* martin 7, /. noonAKA1 1911 reel to reel tape recorder Pets N* Particulars 981-W14 or 541-71 J.0 5PM, SUte Fair Grounds. Detroit. Eve(50 Free Miles Per Dsy) excellent condition $150 or best offer 738 Household Pets ry known brand, every hard to find BSR record changer $20 626-8032 CAT SHOW -Soathfteld Civic Center Large selection at Pet Supplies ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL trittany part. T i m your spare bikea/parts into 31550 Northwestern H lOVfa at Evergreen Small Mixed Puppies - Kittens EXrELLENT 25 in color TV. $14$ Spaniel Hound Pups AffeqUonate, /cash Rent selling space cheap, more Farmington Hills " V 2000 V March 18.14,8AM 5PM Parrots - Finches - Parakeets 459 4457 wormed, both parents at home fan than a want ad. Admission >3.00, 634 9359.S474484 477 2292 or 14(8S-M48 \ i d s > 50. Call 24 h n . 313-453-4242 820 Autos Wanted SANYO IS inch personal color TV, exBoarding ft Grooming Services J CAT- 1 year old dec la wed, free to good cellent condition $150 4S9-9436 HONDA 1972. 350 CB, >450. or best ofADOPT A PE" home only Affectionate, likes children fer 533-4757 A A A A ARIZONA 478-3650 VIEDO RECORDER Panasonic Model ft other pets. After 8pm 474-6806 CALL 939-424( PI000, RCA color camera Model KAWASAKI 1974. 900. excellent coodiCOCKAPOO mixed puppies to good 22830 Mooney Farmington OAKLAND HUMANE! BUYER j CC200, both excellent condition $1000 tion, >1.700 bome.ready to adopt in S weeks hts 38788 Mound Rd Sterlini I o ' best offer Will sell separate 478-4700 881 -2238 Ter- Call after 6 pm 336 9671 • 459-3794 NEUTERED DOBERMANS, Bull rier. Cockapoo puppies, KAWASAKI. 1981, 440 LTD, 3,898 DOBERMAN PUPS - AKC. shots, 744 Horses, Livestock dog, Cocka poo. Labrador, miles, best offer 425-2908 wormed, tails docked, $100 to 8150 [bull. Poodle. Dachshund, Pekingese, 729 CB Radios^ Equipment 53^2490 or 537-3842 YAMAHA 1972 360 MX Expellent conBenii. Many other mixed b dition. >325 Stroker shocks, >100 FAR TELEPHONE like new. push but CATC ft KITTENS DOBERRMAN Pups, 5 weeks, females AQHA 1980 Bay Filly, spectacular 459-9436 inn automatic re dial & numoer storft 2 large males, red, $100 After 6PM ft 1980 AQHA Palomino dolt, race breedage $1800 Mon thru Fn 757-8840 weekend 455-6714 ing, show quality. Romeo area 752-4093 YAMAHA 1972, 750 Virago, 1300 miles, black ft white female, 8 wee All Makes black, extras, >3000. After 4pm. shots Call after 5pm, « 9 9848 ENGLISH Springer Spaniel mixed pup^ BOARD NEAR HOME 453-2924 730 Sporting Goods ble 591 0256 Small private stable, dally turnout, & Models , ADORABLE Lhasa Apso pups re ady for pies, adorabli schooling facilities, in Bloomfield Hills. YAMAHA 1975- 650B, 6534 mi excel ARNOLD Palmer golf clubs. 3 woods, 9 adoption. 2 male, 2 female. 8 we Mis old. FEMALE AKC DOBERMAN Black ft 446-5991 WE PAY OFF LOANS lent, many extassaddle bags, fairing, had first puppy shots 5 7-7714 tan, 3 yrs. old, obedience trained, excelimns, bag and cart Call after 4PM. ENGLISH SADDLE 18 in Hunt, com ft trunk. >1450 or best offer; 533-8971 453 4746 W E NEED lent watch dog. Moving, p u r t sell 8350 AFGHAN Puppy. 10 weeks old black Call btwn 10am-9 pm 832 2Q64 ilete with fittings, excellent condition, YAMAHA 1980 YZ 250 Excellent confemale. $250 Call # 1325, call after 5,30 381-4944 P I C K -UPS dition, never raced, riding gear, many 9-1718 GERMAN SHEPHERD-Huskie, male BILL G O O D M A N ' S Call 427-9872 PUREBRED Arab Geldlnc, registered, extras. >1200 or best offer puppy. 12 weeks old, reasonable, to a Ken Stevens AIREDALE S years old, goo- with res tern, rea YAMAHA 1980, 650 Special II. 4.250 LIVONIA 538-4109 bay with white star, rides wi kids watchdog To good home on y Call good home 349-9191 miles, very good condition, sonable T E NNYSON 4-6360 Jim Allan. GOLDEN RETRIEVER Pups, AKC. REGISTERED * arab mare, 4 j r s old \KC DOBERMAN Puppies - 4 n ales, 2 shots, $175 Call C H E VROLET 652 0426 Good disposition Call after 5 P! 624-4785 32570 Plymouth Rd 525 0677 GOLDEN RETRIEVER puppies. AKC. 525 6450 or after 4PM 814 Campers ft Livonia 425-6500 end $200 REG Quarter Mare, S Bar Breeding, Will be ready for Easter weekend < Motorhomes 421-7334 chestnut with flaxen mane ft tall, rides AKC SCHNAUZERS or DAI Western, books to impressively Royal ARGOSY Trailer 1979, SO", rear bath, Home raised puppies Champun Stud AAA CASH PRICES GREAT Pyrenees puppy, big, happy for 1982 Reasonable $4*9191 twin bed excellent condition Many exService Professional Grooming Paid lot- Cars. Trucks or Vans ROMA HALL Bob Albrecht 5*2 9380 dogs, guarraian of families ft home tras. >14,500 | 442-4743 STUD COLT, 2 years old. Ferxon line, 291-3595 ANY MODEL - ANY YEAR 2 7 7 7 7 SCHOOLCRAFT >2,000. or best offer Welch Pony, excel- BUY NOW from our great selection of AKITA PUPPIES. AKC, white, all Cash Bonus for Late Model - GREAT PYRENEES lent with kids, >350 Call 879-7929 or Just West of Inkster Rd. RV's during our annual winter yard shots Beautiful dogs' $225 Low Miles, Clean Vehicles Champion Stock Breed info 634-7797 clearance. Cbooae from over 50 new -3165 WE PAY OFF LOANS BRING TITLE MARCH 6 t h - 7 t h - Pine Pointe Farms and used 17 to S4 ft motorhomes with 313-627-3882 Open to Public 9 AM -4 PM BELGIUM Shepherd pups, AKC,| black over 100 floor plans available Still VARSITY FORD $200 up Excellent Guard and amily GUARD DOG Sbeperd/Malamute to 800 Recreational Vehicles some new 1981 models left, but hurry' FREE PARKING -4161 dog Call Dennis Stanford good home, 1 man dog - he won't adjust HOLIDAY RAMBLETTE 1978 Travel At our low prices they won't last long BILL GOODMAN 755-1215 1 to our bah Doesn't like strangers, p r ^ Trailer, 25 ft., self-contained, awning, Used Transvans from >4.000, used pickBIRMINGHAM 261-6471 729-9519 microwave, extras, excellent condition ups from >1,800. tects your I isiness or home HUMANE SOCIETY BR' NSWICK AIR HOCKEY Game. exH W. Motorhomes, INC 981-1728 >8575 Call after 6pm, 547-6771 6 5 | , client condition Best offer over $140 375-9560 8644 HALF GOLDEN Retriever, half Eng 353 9424 GREAT PYRENESE. Shepherd, I olden llsh Sheej) dog Puppies, adorable. 835 BEFORE YOU CHAMPION. 1979, 19 ft. TRANS VAN Retriever, Poodle,Great bane, 540-3696 802 Snowmobiles Motor home, only 22,000 miles. >AVE \ h W Ol.lN Mark 6 195 cm skis ft Salo- man. Lab Old English, Cock j i-poo, each Call North Bros 421-1376 "SELL" o n 727 K bindings Reasonable Sheltie, Samoyed. LABRADOR Retriever, 3W months old, ARTIC CAT 1977, 4000 With or without 644 2122 PUPS Cocka poo, Shepherd, female Has puppy shots To good home Y O U R CADILLAC trailer, 600 miles. Like pew Must sell. FOR RENT 1981 Champion motor Angora, Siamese, Burmese, ft Iother Call 455-31S2 349 3134 or 477-0648 borne, sleeps 4-8, Class A. self175 or best offer 32t|0492 OLD ENGLISH 474-6976 tire. Tandem axle, hitch 14 f t screen if aI.ITY goalie equipment, between 10-4 iroken, weeks, AKC, all shots, 1977 THRU 1982 CAR room ft awning Like new. 349-5649 , - i t h e r & accessories, like brand new 471-0004 SKIDOOS, 1980, (2). trailer and covers. U 6 5 P or 538 5820 BOARD my Irish Setter until sunlmer gentle, $75 CALL Must see Make reaaonable offer POP-UP CAMPER Farmington area 8 year old, malel and OLD English Sheep dog puppies AKC After 5 PM, call 459 4582 for rent, sleeps 6 Light for towing friendly. Ted Hartson 478-7109 or > \LLEY 7 bar sue slate pool table, RICK COLOMBO AT 477-0664 Stove, furnace ft iceboi >150 weekly 64*18590 registered i i A Call 544 1891 S40 e , c e U e n t SKI-DOO 1978 ' 455-0040 G A G E POODLE Miniature, white male. 2 yrs condition. >650. 354-1554 old $60 Two German Shepherds, 1 year OLDSMOBILE 5AMERICAR AMERICAR AMER1CAR AMERICAR old females $30 each. 565-1110 SUZUKI, 1973 340 electric start, good 816 Auto ft Truck WOODWARD A T t * MILE RD condition, sacrifice, >175 PUPPIES Mixed breed, darling, lov- After 5 PM, call 591-4512 Parts ft Service 399-3200 able ft cute, looking for good homes. 425-2068 SUZUKI 1975 440, excellent condition BATTERY CHARGER 6 ft 12 volts. 10 >500 Call after 6PM 477-5581 Amps >30 422-1*89 PUPPIES to good home Very sweet PC TAI 11 wk old Sheperd mixed ShoU ft TWO SKI DOOS, 1976 Olympic. 1977 CAMPER TOP SHELL, fiberglass, ^ SYSTBrf 652-8123 Everest, 1000 miles each, 1 electric white, >250 Call after 4pm wormed After 7pm 453-2924 . ALWAYS start, extras. >1500. With trailer >2000 PURE ANGORA Calico Female Cat, 5 After 6pm 549-5518 CHEVY 1957, part* Call after 5pm TOP C A S H PAID years old. spade, shots Free to good , .453-2924 home' 557-5230 All Makes and Models CUSTOM HIGHBACK seat, center SCHNAUZERS, mini, 6 weeks, female, 804 Airplanes swing-out tray, cloth seat, dark blue, Call Larry Kroll AKC, 8250 Real Beauties' ONE QUARTER interest, 1977, 172- fits any standard GMC or Chevy pick 522-1034 453-6155 XP. full IFR, heated hangar. 950 hours up, >100 After 5pm 453-2924 Jeannotte Pontiac 981 2992 Sheldon Rd at M-14. Plymouth. Mi SHEPHERD-BEAGLE puppies, to a total time After 6 PM FIAT 1972, wagon 124, 53,000 miles, 397 8647 good home motor needs work, worit, IMichilen tires, 2 new 453-2500 brake calipers' 522-4017 SHEPHERD/HUSKY, 9 month spayed 806 Boats ft Motors MARK CHEVROLET | female Housebroken. loves children CHRYSLER 75 HP motor Also 55 HP 459-3417 Chrysler >1000 both or >850 75 HP, GOOD USED ENGINES Low prices, I Needs large yard $25 PAYS TOP $$$ 60 l a y guarantee. Hear them run beFor Sharp Used Cars ft Trucks 533-6757 fore you buy Free delivery, Installation 'SHEPHERD PUPPY, 3 month old, >250 55HP Vans ft Van Conversions male, to a good home only Call after RUNABOUT 16 ft., fiberglas, with 75H available Advance Auto Parts 843-4755 MARK CHEVROLET 14pm 533-2463 Evinrude outboard motor ft trailer 33200 Michigan Ave, Wayne JEEPS CARS - PICKUPS SHIH TZU Puppies, non-shedding Good condition, >1150 Call 477-6217 or from >35 Available at local Govern 722-9100 538 2419 ment Auctions. For Directory, call: Championship blood line 542-2454 Surplus Data Center, 415-330-7800 SWEET young female cat. spayed, all SAILBOAT, Challenger 15 Daysailor WE BUY CARS shots, affectionate pet for responsible Mahogany trim Rainbow sails Swim MYERS PLOW, 6 ft., off late model family only. Sorry, can't keep - allergy ladder. E-Z loader trailer. Like new jeep, >300 Also 8 f t cap for Chev LATE MODEL 887-2471 Truck 644 9059 >3200 Mornings, 661-556 FOREIGN - DOMESTIC SEARAY 1981 SXL 197 1811", 240 HP TWO 1974 Vega transmissions. Stanl Merc Cruiser, stainless prop, new trail- dard and automatic Excellent condiTOP DOLLAR PAID 250 er, loaded 8 hours Best offer 291-4894 tion Best offer. Ask for Scott, 421-1875 S UBURBAN OLDS each ' 736-5204 boat/motor, good WIRE WHEEL 15" hub caps with locks WIRE HAIR Fox Terriers. AKC Also WANTED - pontoon 1810 Maplelawn (Troy Motor Mall) mt iy (4). like brand new >155 or best offer adult young wire, reasonable to right aluminum pontoons only 241-4883 643-0070 254-2704 family Let phone ring 634-4833 Call TRICAR AMERICAR AMERICAR AMERICAR

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825 Sports ft Imported C*rs

DEXTER TRUCK CENTER 535-4493

AUDI FOX. 1975, sunroof, air, sport wheels, good MPG Good condition in side ft out Engine needs minor repair >1800 After 6pm 647-2428

FORD F-100 1977 pick up, 8 cylinder power steering, brakes, air conditioning, amfm stereo. $2700 474 5394

AUDI 1979 W 5000$ Loaded, sunroof regular gas >7.200 Days 643*454 Evenings 34*1322

FORD 1976 1 ton st^ke. automatic, AUDI 1980 , 4000 . 4 speed. 4 door, air, 739-1043 42,f00 miles, good shape, $2500 or best excellent condition, >7400 ofter.591-9020 522-1115 AUDI 1980 5900 Turbo leather, 12,000 342 4040 FORD, 1978 F700 platform truck Good miles >13,500 condition, rebuilt engine $6,000 591 2154

For Your Late Model GM Carl Highest Trade-Ins In Town!

SOMERSET PONTIAC 643-8600 .

B M W , 1975 2002

FORD 1978 Pickup. F150 Ranger, automatic, 8 cylinder, power-jteerlng brakes, Limited slip. 38,000 miles $3500 Ask for Tom 879-0269

WHY TAKE LESS?

FORD, 1979 Club Cab. qnly $4,495 LIVONIA C P 525 0553

WE PAY TOP $ FOR YOUR CAR OR TRUCK

FORD. 1981 F150 pickup. 11.000 miles, power steering, brakes, 4 speed over drive $6,500 591 2154

Matthews Hargreave Chevrolet

Excellent condition, 4 speed, air

$5,800

Erhard Motor Sales 32715 Grand River 477-6400

BMW 1979 820. dark gray metallic beige pinstripe, beige interior am fm FORD 1981 F250, 6 cylinder, automat cassett. air automatic $9500 352 3935 ic, power steering, brakes, ladder rack, tool boxes, 10 ply tires $6800 474-3918

Woodward at 10 Mile

398-8800 821 Junk Cars Wanted

Gun-Knife Show-Sale

^ • r l E R ! C4R.

822 Trucks For Sale

820 Autoe Wanted £ CASH NOW

B M W , 1979 528i

1980 VW PICKUP 4 speed with air, front wheel drive, only 6,000 miles, includes 12 month/12,000 mile warranty $6,195

HIGH $$ HIGH $$ WANTED ON ALL JUNK CARS $15-$40 MUST HAVE TITLE

Like new. condition

$10,800

Falvey's of Troy

Erhard Motor Sales

TROY MOTOR MALL

32715 Grand River 477-6400

643-6900

RUBE S AUTO SALES, INC 40249 Schoolcraft 453-0371 or 525-5444 Plymouth, Michigan

BMW 530i's

823 Vans



BEAUVILLE, 1977, Van with conver sion, automatic, powerjsteenng $4,550

Junk C a r s - T r u c k s Late Model Wrecks WE TOW AMERICAN AUTO WRECKERS, INC.

268-1090 toll free JUNK CARS WANTED Dead Or Alive High Dollar Paid BUI Wild Auto Salvage 32*2080 .

JUNK-WRECKED TOP $$$ QUICK PICK-UP

E & M AUTO PARTS 474-4425 397-2200 565-1365 WANTED, complete wrecks, junk cars ft trucks $35 ft up 843-4734

Erhard Motor Sales

DEXTER TRUCk CENTER 535-4493

32715 Grand River 477-6400

CHEVY, 1974 Van, conversion witlf bed, many extras, radio, heater, belted white raised letter tires $988 with easy terms One Year Limited Warranty OPEN DAILY INCLUDING SAT 35545 Michigan Ave., West, Wayne

DATSUN310 $74/mo.

CLOSED-END LEASE

Option To Purchase $1,800 Pre payment

Key O l d s - D a t s u n 751-6100

Autoland

MICHIGAN'S LARGEST

728-3100

CORVETTE, MERCEDES ft IMIHiKTS Bumping ft Painting Top Quality Work DODGE, 1979. B-100 Work Van 109 at Half Prife Troy Area V-8, automatic, stereo, CB, clean, low Call Barry 879-0975 miles $4,295 CRESTWOOD DODGE

RUNNING-REPAIRABLE

7 To Choose From $4,995

421-5700 CORVETTES. 1978. 1980 & 1981 ail showroom condition $AVE North Bros 421 1376

FORD 1976, Custom, excellent condi tion, low mileage, am-fm stereo, dual sunroofs, captains cfcairs, carpeting, $2500 or best offer 834-6568 or538-5820

CORVETTE 1981 automatic air alu minum wheels glass roof power door locks & poirfer seat, defog, cruise. Mer FORD. 1976, Van B-250, automatic, eo 3,700 miles $14,900 647 5259 power steering ft brakes, 45.000 MILES, "Work Van DATSUN, 1 $76 710. automatic AM FM JEANNOTTE PONTIAC 453 2500 new Michelin s. extra clean $2,200 557 9143 FORD 1978 E150, 6 Cylinder, 3 speed, best 357-4763 or

custom interior, excellent condition DATSUN. 1876, 710.Wagon automatic 36,000 miles, $6500 or best offer Call 43,000 miles Asking $2,995 Autosens* between 3 ami 6 pm 522 7973 Computer Checked Hines Park Un coin Mercury 425 3036 FORD, 1979, Van only $2,895 LIVONIA C P 525 0553 DATSLTN 1»77 B210 2 door automatic 63,000 miles, new tires very good con 822 Trucks For Sale FORD 1979, Window van, 351 engine, dition $2,080 After 5 30 PM 459 6176 BLAZER. 1979, 2 wheel drive Chey power steering, brakes, am fm, air 464-7415 DATSUN. 1979 280 ZX G L' package enne, tilt, cruise, windows, heavy duty $3,900 everything Loaded with equipment FORD, 1980, Econoline super van, E- rustproofed 32.000 miles. 5 speed $8300 Call 562 3982 $7,295 250, dark brown, am-fm, very good con CRESTWOOD DODGE 421-5700 diUon 14695 DATSUN, 1979 280ZX white air 5Call Jim at 525 9280 or 661 9025 speed, power steering & brakes, stereo BRAND NEW defroster $7,695 VOYAGER, 1979, Van, automatic, 12 '81 y* TON PICKUP SOUTHFIELD DODGE passenger, $5,975 Big, automatic, power steering ft TEL TWELVE BIRMINGHAM CHRYSLER 643-0078 brakes ft more 8600 #GVW, $7,895 2 to 354-6600 choose from

$$ QUICK CASH $$ $50*200 and up. for driveabie junk cars better price 7 and trucks We up 934*565 days a week

824 Je*p$ & Other 4-Wheel Drives

DEXTER TRUCK CENTER 535-4493 BRONCO, 1978. XLT. excellent condi tion, loaded/automatic $4900 or best offer 478 9352

BLAZER 1970- 4 wheel drive, custom interior, many extras 54,000 original miles $2500 459-0166

DATSUN, 1980 510 WAGON Automatic

SAVE

CHEVY, 1979 Luv. 4 cylinder, 4-speed, BRONCHO 1979, XL -T. .30,000 Miles. LIVONIA VW AM FM 8 track, camper shell Arixona loaded, like new, $6,3 5 425-5231 34501 Plymouth Rd car, no rust $3500 422 3201 Between Wayne ft Farmington Hds CHEVY, 1978, pick ujj, Cheyenne pack 425-5400 CHEVY. 1980, v. Pickup, power steer- age, many extras Must see Must sell ing ft brakes, automatic, cap sliding 455-3477 DATSUN. 1981 280ZX 2' Burgundy window, $5,895 DODGE, 1979 Power Wagon 150. power power steering & brakes 5 speed air DEXTER TRUCK CENTER steering, power brakes, AM-FM stereo T top great itereo only 8 000 miles | 477-4905 21,000 miles $4600 A|fter lpm 522-8069 After 5 30 535-4493

LaRICHE MAKES GOOD THINGS HAPPEN!"

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All cars in stock reduced til March 31st. Here are some examples:

NEW 1981 MALIBU NEW 1981 MALIBU LASSIC CLASSIC iy V6, air. tinted glaaa, automat2 door,

4 door, economy V6, automatic, air, tinted glass, electric rear defogger. Rally wheels, white walls Ebony Black with Burgundy Interior Stock » 8 7 7 1

Ic body aide moldlnga. sport mirrors, white alls. Rally | wheels. Burgundy with matching walla. #8777. Interior. St

7489

$7649 NEW 1981 MALIBU CLASSIC 4 doot, economy V6, automatic, air. tinted glass, e l e c t r i c r e a r d e f o g g e r , a u t o m a t i c , A M / F M and much more. Burgundy with march-

Economy V6 automatic, air, tinted glaaa rear defogger, wheel covers and much more. Blue. Stock #8883.

7191

$7195 4 door sedan, economy V6, automatic, air, timed glaas, electric rear defogger, white walls and more Ebony Black wHh Burgundy interior. Slock »8724

7295 NEW 1981 MALIBU 4 door sedan, economy V6, automatic, tinted glass, body side moldlnga. rear defogger. Rally wheels and more. Bronze metallic. Stock «88S4.

$7375 NEW 1981 MALIBU

NEW 1981 MALIBU COUPE 2 D ORi, wheel moldings, auto-

Deluxe body matte, steel sport wheel #8908

le walla. AM radio. Gold Maroon metallic. Stock

629 NEW 1981 MALIBU

NEW 1981 CAMARO Economy V6, automatic, air, tinted glass, elec-

NEW 1982 U.S.C. CUSTOM CONVERSION VAN

Tinted glass, body side moldings, air, rear defogger, power steering and brakes, Rally wheels, white wall tires. Blue Stock O8506 or Stock #8237 Red. Your Choice

Loaded. Ohio State colors. Scarlet and Gray. A gorgeous van. Lease also available. Stock #T7028.

$7995

$6357

NEW 1982 CITATION

NEW 1981 LUV PICKUP

1981 MONTE CARLO DEMO

Tinted glaaa, body side moldings, power steering and brakea. automatic, remote mirror, wheel covers, white walla. Stock »1221.

4 wheel drive. 4 speed, A M / F M radio, rear step bumper, all terrain tires, Mikado c u s t o m interior. Scarlet Red. Stock #T6701.

Beige, tinted glaas, body moldings, rear defogger, air, sport mirrors, tilt wheel, V6, white walls, steel belted radials, A M / F M i t e r e o Rally wheels, custom trim. Stock #8610

$7225 includ09 GM Ribst*

$7995

$7658

NEW 1981 MONTE CARLO

NEW 1982 CAVALIER

NEW 1981 LUV PICKUP

1981 CAPRICE 4 DOOR DEMO

Economy V6. automatic, air, tinted glaaa. body aide moldlnga. electric rear defogger, sport mirror, r, AM/FM AM/Ffc stereo Rally wheels. Artie White. Stock #8821

4 door. 4 speed, power steering, tinted glaas, AM radio and much more. Stock #1260.

4 wheel drive, 4 speed, radio, all terrain t i r e s Satin Silver. Stock #T6703.

$7789 side moldlnga, electric rear defogger, sport mirror, white walls. AM/FM stereo. Rally wheels and much more. Send Beige. Stock #8701.

$8649

$6477

$8649 NEW 1981 MONTE CARLO

Include QM R»bst0

NEW 1982 ^ MONTE CARLO

4 door econorr|y V6, automatic, air, tinted glaaa. ogoer, remote mirrors, white electric rear je. Stock #866 walls. Horizon I Uue #8667.

Economy V6, automatic, air, tinted glaaa. body aide moldings, electric rear defogger. sport mirror, AM/FM stereo, Rally wheels, Sand Beige. Stock #8866

Tinted glaaa, body moldings, defogger, air, sport mirrors, stereo, Rally wheels. Stock

$7595

$7789

$8820

#1120.

Economy Vfl, , tinted glaaa. defogger. sport mirrors ilrrora, AMi/FM stereo, automatic, Rally ••la, Cameo (Creme. Stock #8803.

$7449

$7777

Tinted glass, body side moldings, electric reei defogger. remote mirror, pin striping, power steer Ing and brakes, 2.5 Htre engine, 4 speed, whea covers, radlala, Sliver metallic. 8tocfc #8967.

$6799 $6577 40875 Plymouth Rd.

1981 CORVETTE

1982 CHEVETTE 4 DOOR DEMO

Power seat, power door locks, glaaa roof panels. electric rear defogger. remote mirrors, s p e e d c o n t r o l , V8. a u t o m a t i c , a l u m i n u m wheels, steel belted radials, stereo with cassette, power antenna Dark Claret metallic. Stock #8941.

RSCHE CHEVROLET

belted tires, special economy truck, gaugea. Stock #T6704.

$6659

I n c M m Q M flefcefe

Plymouth (1 % miles west of 1-278) across from Burroughs

453-4600

WAS $11,345

NOW $9,345

$15,559

matic. power steering and much more. Stock #1194.

Loaded! Stock #8403

$7695

NEW 1981 NEW 1982 NEW 1981 CITATION NEW 1981 PICKUP DIESEL CHEVETTE FLEETSIDE 4 DOOR HATCHBACK Tinted MONTE CARLO ton. 4 speed overdrive, power steering, steel glaaa. rear defogger. sport mirror, autoelectric rear

4 door, economy V6, automatic, air, vinyl .roof, tinted glaas. radial whHe walla, electric rear defogger, Arllc White with Burgundy Interior Stock a8839

1981 CITATIONS 4 DOOR DEMO

tric rear defogger, sport mirror, white walls, radio. Rally wheels, sport stripes and more. Baltic Blue. Stock #8965

Economy V6, automatic, air, tinted glaaa, body side moldlnga, electric rear defogger, sport mirrors, AM/FM stereo. Rally wheels Cameo Creme. Stock #8817.

NEW 1981 NEW 1981 MALIBU? DOOR MONTE CARLO SPORT COUPE Economy V6. automatic, air, tinted glaaa, body

ing interior. Stock 08201.

NEW 1981 MALIBU

NEW 1981 MONTE CARLO

NOVI JEFFRIES FWY

NEW M-14

Air, automatic, sport mirrors. 4 cylinder. Champagne color at a beer price! Stock oB 138

$5395 MANY MORE AT SIMILAR SAVINGS ' t a x ft p l a t e s e x t r a

Open Mon. & Thurs. til 9 pm

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825 Sports 4 • m portsdCsrs

S56 Buick Jerry Mickowskl's & Dick Krajenke's

Fred Lavery

TEL-TWELVE

ON

16700 HARPER...OR CALL

886-000

645-5930

CHEVETTE, 1979 coup DE VTLLE 1077. white/ maroon 4 cyl.. 4 speed. 2 door, sharp S3 JOS vinyl top Beautifal condition, body per* feet Have purchased new car, moat 338-9358 470-5000 •ell. 14200. Call Leo., 33

COU1 E DEVILLE 1070. like i tew, very . x " 1978 red IS 000 miles, BUICK. 1971. Regal Landau. air. atereo km r ileage $2895 540-4409 amfm c i i f i i t excellent SOmpg. tape CB sport wheels. Ziebarted 1 4 1 0 0 ott *f $24-3520 13.195 Autoaense Computer' Checked COUpE DeVILLE 1909. low mileage. rice lent transportation, asking $w0 HONDA Prelude 1982 6000 miles. 5 Hines Park Lincoln-Mercury 42*3036 357 5268 ••peed amfm cassette 19.000 626 8211 BUICK, 1977, SKYLARK ELD )RADO 1971. like new. 2 door, low HONDA 1977 Accord 5 speed. 2 door 2 door air. automatic, low mileage. mile ige, fully equipped, priced to sell, H^tch air AM-FM loO.OOO miles 12 495 940-0300 ext 8 Serviced even sooo miles. JOmpf plus Sunshine Honda FLE -rrWOOD 197S Brougham. 40,500 Excellent condition Great transport*1205 Ann Arbor Rd mile i, blue with matching leather Inte" o n *"><> 9*1-1166 (14 Miles W of 1-275) 16900 0404375 HONDA 1977 CVCC Hatchback, es 453-3600 SEVILLE 1000. Diesel, loaded, 2 tone cellent condition New brakes, cam. special rear tire. 22,300 miles tires Ziebart $2 600 537 6586 BUICK 1980 Skylark. Only 14.495 14. toO 404-9041 LIVONIA C P 52*0553 HONDA. 1979. ACCORD SEVILLE 1901, loaded including CB. 4 door automatic air power steering. CENTURY 1973 wagoo, |300, rum AM FM with cassette, low miles. AM KM radio 15 895 good, excellent transportation Cell al- 116 >00 Call evening]! 35*9348 ter 6 pm 64*3959

Sunshine Honda

1)980 FLEET BROUGHAM CENTURY. 1900. Limited 4 door, well Tri le burgundy only 19.000 miles. equipped SO.375 loa< ed with equipment BIRMINGHAM CHRYSLER 04*0070

1205 Ann Arbor Rd <1'. Miles W of 1-275)

453-3600

CENTURY. 1980. power steering, 5 speed one brakes tilt, cruise, am-fm stereo $5900 47*3158 352 8580 ELECTRA 1969. good condition. »375 690-1824 HONDA. 1979, PRELUDE Red automatic power moon roof ELECTRA 1977. Limited, excellent \harp' 15 695 condition, loaded, low mileage. 1 owner, 13 775 427-1236 Sunshine Honda 1205 Ann Arbor Rd ESTATE WAGON. 1976. excellent coni l ' i Miles W of 1-2751 dition. power steering brakes, air. AM FM stereo $2100 Days 455-4850 453-3600 Eves 427 7226

HONDA 1979 Civic owner 12 488 PACK TOYOTA

HONDA, 1980, ACCORD 4 door power steering 5 speed lo» mileage extra clean 16 695

Sunshine Honda

LE SABRE 1979. blue. 2 door. 8 cyl. excellent shape, every extra included 15300 Call now 476-2549

1980 FLEETWOOD BROUGHAM Triple black, only $10,795

1979 FLEETWOOD BROUGHAM Robewood Loaded with equipment inch ding sunroof. B -mingham/Bloomf ield Trades From

120S Ann Arbor Rd (1W Miles W of I-27S)

i

CHEVETTE 1000. 4 door, air, itereo Upe, cruise, uodercostinf. Only S4.4SO. Autoaense Computer Checked. Hines 425-3030 Park Lincoln-Mercury CHEVETTE 1001, 2 door coupe, 4 speed, AmFm, rear defog. tech. 9.000 miles $4,700 After 5pm. 72*7805 CHEVETTE 1001 Scooter, light brown. Hatchback, rear ddfoggpr, body side molding, radio, fully undercoated, call after 5PM. 721-0500 CHEVETTE 1911, excellent condition. 4000 miles. 4 door, 4 speed, air, rear defog, am fm stereo. + more. 000-0000 CHEVETTE. 1901, 2 door. 9.000 miles. $4 305 JEANNOTTE PONTIAC 453 2500 CHEVETTE 1981. 4 door, londed, air, automatic transmission, power steer in*/brakes, AmFm stereo, deluxe interior, 7,500 miles, $5,950 478-2490 CHEVETTE 1981, an excellent buy k an excellent car. 4 door, deluxe interior, loaded, 20,000 miles Call before 8 30am or after 7pm. 620-2200

CHEVY 1979 fcamaro Berlinetta

rissman Cadillac Woodward Near 16 Mile Rd

B rmlngham

453-3600 2 door automatic 15 000 miles $4,795

Sunshine Honda

REGAL 1973. 75.000 milea. body clean, interior excellent condition, runs good, $850 or best offer 522-6196 REGAL 1974 cinnamon brown with white interior power steering k brakes, air $1225 254-2999

1205 Ann Arbor Rd il». Miles » of 1-275)

453-3600

REGAL 1976 Excellent running, very HONDA 1980 Prelude air stereo rust proof pin stripe 16500 Jack Week- clean cloth interior, all power, air, am dass 355-1620 Evenings. 540-3830 fm rear defogger New brakes Excellent tires Asking $2100 /best offer After 6PM 363-4954

J A G U A R ' 8 2 NEW XJ6 - 4 door, black

REGAL, 1977

$3,788

Buckets, landau, custom interior

BOB OWENS IMPORTS

T A M A R O F F BUICK

722-3910

353-1300 LE CAR 1979 Stick excellent MPG $1 949 Tvfne Sales REGAL. 1978. fully equipped $4,795 455-5566 JEANNOTTE PONTIAC 453-2500 (f M AZDA 1980 626 5 speed, coupe und REGAL 1978 V6 air. automatic, low ercoated stereo extras excellent con miles. $4750 651-5074 dition Must sell 455-1650 REGAL 1980 Death forces sale ExcelMAZDA 1982 RX'GS Toronado Silver lent condition. 30.000 miles, asking loaded $11 800 Call 757 5514 $6400 best offer Eves 563-1608 MERCEDES BENZ EXCLUSIVELY REGAL 1980 Limited, Coupe, loaded, Karl & Fran/ Automobile Service 4.000 miles, excellent condition, $6500 4606 Fernlee Roval Oak 48068 455 2735 Call 13131459 1 144 MERCEDES 1978 300D beiee u n in terior loaded 42 000 miles Mint condi 427-0706 tion $16 000 firm

REGAL, 1980 LIMITED $6,788

MGB 1973 late model needs repair Asking $1200 363-3080

TAMAROFF BUI6K

Loaded with options, low

353-1300 MGB 1977 with hard top am-fm good condition $3400 644-5793 REGAL 1981 Landau, air. cruise, tilt, RENAULT 1979 Le Car loaded, sun stereo wire wheels, 7000 miles, war 689-5913 roof am fm air excellent condition rantv $7595 $3,200 Call evenings 647 6736 RIVIERA 1979. custom convertible SAAB 1976 99 EMS 4 speed runs good type top low miles, spotless, rust needs body work New battery, $1900 or proofed loaded Exceptional, could be a 352-3366 best offer After 6pm 476-8352 collector s car $9500 SKYLARKS. 1980s. (2). V 6 good condition, high mileage SUBARUS 80 WAGON rustproofed blue $4 495 $3,400 or best offer Call during busi 557-061 78 GF hardtop rustproofed $2 995 ness houre SKYLARK 1980 Limited, 4 door. 4 cyl BOB OWENS IMPORTS 34043 FORD RD 722-3910 inder air FM. 18 000 miles $5,695 887-769 SI BAR! 1974 4 speed front wheel drive 34 mpg excellent condition SKYLARK 1980 Ltd . 2 door, V-6. ster J1000 531-4956 eo 8 track, air, rear defogger, 28.0C miles, mint condition. $5950 561-122

SUBARU. '82 REBATES! REBATES! 50 CARS IN STOCK

DEMONSTRATORS LOW LOW LOW PRICES

r

SKYLARK 1980 Ltd. all ment AM-FM. rustpprooi clean After 6 PM. call

»er equii extreme! 455 602

SKYLARK 1980, 4 door. 4 cylinder, a tomatic am fm stereo CB, cruise more $4950 420-23S

1 Year Warranty UNLIMITED MILES BOB OWENS IMPORTS 722 3910

TOYOTA Corolla 1979. sports coupe model Excellent condition $3300 Must sell 642 8940 TOYOTA COROLLA deluxe 1980 Au tomatic blue loaded, including sunroof ii air $4800 382 4961 937 1894 TOYOTA 1976 clean no rust, excellent condition am-fm stereo must sell $1700 Phone 455-4853

453-3600

CHEVETTE 1000.4 door. 4 speed, air. 1 year warranty, 20.000 miles, excellent condition. 04.100 After 0 pm 651*350

Low miles, loaded

644-1930

$5,595

LIVONIA VW 34501 Plymouth Rd Between Wayne k Farmington Rds

locks k seats dSmate control, builtin B SCAYNE 1904, S cylinder, automatic, CB antenna new tires L exhaust, newly p iwer steering, 7S.000 miles $500 tuned 36400 425-3288 453-1002

HONDA, 1980, CIVIC DX

34043 FORD RD

1980 SEVILLE t oe blue, onlyV 18,000 1 8 , 0 0 0 miles, I loaded witji equipment. Priced to ftlL

Sunshine Honda

830 Chevrolet

1205 Ann Arbor Rd i P . Miles W of 1-275)

34043 FORD RD

I'HKVETI'E 1070, loaded with extra*, excellent condition 082-7270

354-6600

RICHARD BUICK

PORSCHE + AUDI *99 S. HUNTER

$OUTHRELD DODGE

425-5400

CHEVELLE 1972 2 door Loaded CITATION 1981, 4 door, V,6 engine. au39,000 miles $1,200 422-4302 tomatic, power steering k brakes, air, am-fm stereo, rear defogger, cruise, CHEVELLE. 1976 Malibu Classic, air, door locks, 12,000 miles, $6200 643-8197 AM-FM. dependable $1200 363-5982 IMP ALA 1971, automatic, power steer CHEVELLE, 1981, Malibu Wagon, air, ing, brakes, air, $300 646-4633 stereo tape, only 4,000 miles Asking $6,695 Autoaense Computer Checked. IMPALA 1976 Wagon, from S Carolina, Hines Park Lincoln-Mercury 425-3036 looks k runs excellent, 69,132 miles, $1500 or best offer 647-6999 CHEVELL 1976 Malibu Classic 9 Pa*IMPALA, 1980 V-6. automatic, poi senger, has all options, in very good condition Days 354-9070 Evenings k steering/brakes, rear defroster, $4,800 36*7470 weekends 644-4410 Call

81 FAIRMONT SALE! -

TOYOTA 1980 Corolla SR 5, Liflback, 5 speed air power steering brakes, sport wheels stereo reclining buckets Sharp $4 950 After 6PM 420 3068 TOYOTA 1981 Corolla TE Liftback 9 000 miles' Only $5,795 CRESTWOOD DODGE 421-5700

LIKE THIS NEW '81 FAIRMONT Power steering and many more standard factory features. Stoqk #2733. v

$

'Includes Ford Retyate. Taxes & plates extra.

4895

10 To Choose From At Similar Savings

DELTA 88 1968 Classic condition, power steering-brakes air am radio New ores brakes, muffler 36.000 actual miles Must see to appreciate 453-5208 METROPOLITAN 1959 Good condi tion $1,500 422-1489

1930 MODEL " A " REPRODUCTION -NOW ON DISPLAY-

In Dearborn U W i '

h/ivu to he bprtrr

AMC. 1977 Gremlin, $ cylinder, automauc. tood condition $2,188

sss-osoo

CONCORD 1978 A-l shape. 4 door wdan $2675 422 6590 GREMLIN 1976 automatic 6, power steering new tires. 52.000 miles, no rust excellent care $1300 538-0406 GREMLIN 1977 low milea, good condilion $ 1350 or best offer 47MJSJ HORNET 1972 Wagon. 0 cylinder automat i' Good depen&ble i m p o r t a t i o n $650 «M589 HORNET. 1973 4 door. 232 6 cyl., automalic. good mechamcal condition vjry dependable. $425 356-3276 PACER 1975. DL. damaged left front, tinted glass, bucket seats,VW ^ ^ SPIRIT 1979 Hatchback, autotnauc. this car is loaded, air, am fm radio CB. 2 1 3 . re ar d e l e t e $4250 * b - t

FIESTA 1979, air, rear defog, sun roof, $3500 Call after 6pm 422-1615 FIESTA 1980. White, front wheel drive, stereo, rustproofed, sun roof, $3937 Days 56*3464; After 6pm 420-4062 FORD, 1969. Custom. 6 cyl, excellent transportation, good condition. $450 35*9367 FORD, 1978, Fiesta. 2 door, 4 speed, ra dio, sunroof, nice car, $2,995* Bill Brown Ford, 35000 Plymouth Rd at Wayne Rd 421-7000 FORD, 1981, Crown Victoria Loaded, like new $8,495 JACK DEMMER FORD 721-6560

CHALLENGER, 1973, automatic, air, power steering, brakes, 59,000 miles $1200 or best offer After 6pm, 42*6768

FUTURA 1979, 6 cylinder, automatic, power brakes k steering, AM FM, air, excellent coodition 62* 5040

CHARGER, 1973, power steering power brakes, automatic, new brakes k ex522-6288 haust system. $1000

FUTURA 1980, perfect condition, load ed, European look L handling, extended warranty, rustproofed, $4950 641 -7 336

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CAVALIER 4 Dr. CADET White wtth Camel vinyl, tinted glass, rear defog ger, 4 speed, power steering, AM radio, rear stabillzer Stock #259

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MONTE CARLO. 1077 Laadas. clean, CHARGER 1975 Dutona Classic $005 GRANADA ESS. 107S, good condition, loaded, call, $40-1305 or 64*5516 no rest. AM FM. S track, cruise, air. Tyme Sales. sunroof, full power, $3340 525-4373 45S-5S04 GRANADA 1077 Good condition, air MONTE CARLO. 1077 $0,000 miles, CHARGER, 1001. IX 4 spend. S.000 conditioning. 4 speed, power steering, am-fm itereo, 30*1710 power sttBHng, brakes, auto, air. One niiss. Like mw Oniv $6,605 owner White/maroon top. S3,700. 9am CRBTWOOODOCe 421-5700 GRANADA 1077, Gfcia 2 door, power 5pmonfr. 832-133$ steering k new brakes, automatic, amDART swweant, lf74, 225 slant I fm. air, excellent condition. $2250 or MONTE CARLO, 1978 engine, automatic, newer steering, AM45*3093 FM S track stereo. Good condition $700 best offer $4,388 , 53*1040 GRANADA 1977 6 cylinder, 20,000 original miles, air, automatic, or best offer. MUSTANG, 1978 MUSTANG 1980. Ghia sport coupe, power stewing k brakes plus much steering k brakes New exhaust syrtem 2 door, automatic, power steering low carnage roof, mint condition, loaded, COLT 1074 OT, 4 speed, like more. $2,700 42*7540 mileage. $2,995 low miles, $0000 Days 53*9090 V 64*1098 Eves or weekends 523-0317 GRANADA 1977, 4 door, power Sunshine Honda TAMAROFF BUICK lag power brakes, automatic, excellent ex< 1205 Ann Arbor Rd MUSTANG 1900, Turbo 2 door, 4 353-1300 MONACO. 107S. londed. stereo, new coodition, $2,500 42*3125 (1H Miles W of 1-275) ipeed. air. power steering/brakes, rust proofed. AmFm. $4,200 50*9092 GRANADA 1977, 4 door, air, stereo, au453-3600 MONZA. 1070. Vacsn. automatic, ""TiMN, tomatic. power steering-brakes, vinyl MUSTANC 1981 Ghia. $ door, 5 speed 45*4229 MUSTANG 1979 Ghia. V0, power iteer- power iteering-brakes, air, AmFm ca» LJVONIA C P 525-05$$ OMNI 1078 Automatic 30,000 miles. top. low miles. $3000 ing brakes, itereo. air. leather (eat*. $3,000 001-3120 43*6533 GRAN TORINO 1974. wagon, $500 or 18,000 milea, excellent condition. $4350 sette. extra* $6 000 MONZA. 1980 Only best offer OMNI, 1070, a p 937 3003 85*2780 MUSTANG 1981, many extras, best of low mileage. Hatchback $3,495 4 fer 561-1088 S3.7! 421-0700 GRAN TORINO 1072 00.000 milet CRESTWOOD DODGE MUSTANG, 1979 $500 or best offer. Call after 7PM C. 4 cyl Sunshine Honda Thurs, Fri, After 5PM Sat 537-8184 GHIA j inder. 46,000 miles Mechanically 1205 Ann Arbor Rd 888 Ford 528 1273 (1H Miles W, of 1-275) LTD n- 1977, 4 door, clean, low miles, Automatic, power steering k brakes, sound, body rough $200. CREDIT PROBLEM 36*4602 air, sunroof PINTO 1974 Station wager. One owner 453-3600 NO PROBLEM' $4,595 standard transmission. 37.000 miles Ask for Ckri* or Gary LTD n. 1978. good coodition. NOVA 1072, *door. 0 cylinder automat very good condition, $1 $00 661-5875 201-1203 steering/brakes windows, air, $2,200 Ic, runs good, rust bad, $400 474-0002 Between 9 AM Ii 9 P M Alex. 464-0400 LIVONIA VW PINTO 197* 4 speed. $909 or best of or 474-3444 ESCORT, 1981. GL. standard trans, 34501 Plymouth Rd fer 52*3225 white, blue interior. $4595 Extra* LTD 1973 Wagon. $500 261-1997 NOVA 1074, reliable transportation. , Between Wayne k Farmington Rds Must sell.%53-0219 $650 477-0721 LTD 1976, Country Squire 10 pamenger THUNDERBIRD 1979, automatic, air 425-5400 ESCORT 1901 Wagon, sport* model, wagon Loaded $1,595 power steering k brakes itereo casNOVA, 1079, 2 door, 6 cyl., automatic, AM-FM cassette, roof rack, tinted After 6 P M call:,45*6134 MUSTANG 1979, 18,000 miles, loaded, sette, low miles $3,688 extra clean, wire wheel covert. $3,395. glass rear Window defroster, rust 352 8580 excellent condition, $4850 642-2048 PAGE TOYOTA JEANNOTTE PONTIAC 453-2500 proofed, 4 speed $5500 ' 642-0038 LTD 1979 Landau. 4 door, air, stereo, wer locks-windows, tilt, cruise, VEGA 1976, automatic, with extras, ESCORT, 198L 2 door, 4 meed, front ,000 actual miles, extra clean, one condition $575 Call after 12 wheel drive, rear defog SPECIAL - owner After 4 PM 464-0038 ,, 4X1-1875 $4,595 Bill Brown Ford, 35000 LTD 1979, 4 door, V-8, air, power steer421-7000 oo th Rd at Wayne Rd. ing, brakes, tilt, cruise, power locks, 1979 MONTE CARLO EXP 1902, air, power iteering k new tires and battery, very clean, LANDAU $3,950 981-3118 brakes. 4 ipeed. cassette, sunroof ^ 24,000 miles, loaded $5,905. MAVERICK 1971, 6 cylinder, engine, Sunshine Honda EXP. 1902, black, automatic, loaded, transmission, tires good, body poor. 1205 Ann Arbor Rd low milea. Like new. After 5:30 PM $200 or offer 422-1796 (1W Miles W of 1-275) 86900 477-3351 MAVERICK 1972- 6 cylinder,'good 453-3600 FAIRMONT 1078. 2 door, 31,000 miles, mileage, runs good $250. or beat offer 4 cylinder automatic, excellent condi- Call Chuck before lpm 531-0430 tion, $2500 After 3 pm 404-3880 882 Chrysler MAVERICK 1974 6 automatic, lharp! $450 CORDOVA 1977, loaded, 40.000 miles, FAIRMONT, 1979, 2 door, automatic, High mileage but good power steering, air, itereo tape, 2 tone, Tyme Sales 45*5506 one owner. $2,400 or best offer 21,000 miles Priced right 356-1242 or 356-2073 JEANNOTTE PONTIAC 45*2500 MAVERICK. 1974. seUiM for part* 2 door, green $80, Garden City CORDOVA 1977 Triple black Sharp! 522-0375 $250 down, $35 bi weekly Tyme Sales FAIRMONT. 1900, Futura Ghia, air, • V. OFF Base List Price. Destination charges, state and local 45*5500 stereo, automatic, power iteering k MAVERICK 1975, 302 V8. automatic, taxes, prep, dealer installed options are extra brakes, iharp car! Priced to aeU! power steering k brakes, am-fm 8 LE BARON, 1979, Medallion. 4 door, JEANNOTTE PONTIAC 45*2500 track stereo, many new part* $595 loaded, formal black, $4,675. 477 3867 BIRMINGHAM CHRYSLER 04*0079 FAIRMONT 1001, 4 door Wagon, auto- firm matic 6 cylinder, rear defroster. 15.000 NEW YORKER, 1978, St, Regis, loaded, miles. Mint coodition $5900 464-7630 MUSTANG 1965, Convertible Rum well, needs minor repairs, $750 all power, new tirea Mint condition. 22805 MICHIGAN AVE., DEARBORN 478-5010 $3400 Call after 3 PM 661-2919 FAIRMONT, 1981, Sedan, ideal family car, Stk »B1776 $5,450 MUSTANG 1965, 6 cylinder, new NEW YORKER 1981, 5th Avenue, com brakes, trananission, pony interior, pletely loaded $11,400 Must sell! AVISTORD steel belted radials, stereo, garage 774-1418 Telegraph at 12 Mile kept, must sell, best offer After 5 PM 354-3100 851-2587

SKYLARK 1981 Limited. 4 door, V-fc, CHEVETTE, 1977 Hatchback automat- lent coodition V8 Rust proofed Air, air stereo, cruise, wire wheels, doc ic, 26,000 miles, AM-FM stereo, air, automatic 37.000 miles $3,800 Call aflocks rear defogger rustproof A mot 459 0487 $7,500 After 6Pm 525-41 " rear defog, rustproof, $2,500 855-3972 ter 4 PM SKYLARK 1981 Limited. 4 door, whi e, CHEVETTE, 1978, 4 door Hatchback, MONTE CARLO 1976, $1500, good cooditioo 851 3233 automatic, air. rustproofed, $2,700 power, wire air, stereo, automat 538 1763 MONTE CARLO 1976, good condition loaded 8800 miles, $7120 652-72(19 After 4 PM 455-6384 CHEVETTE 1978, 2 door, 4 speed, rust- $1695 SKYLARK 1981 2 Door, 4 cylinder, tomatic. air, stereo, full power, 8300 proofing. excellent condition, $2500 MONTE CARLO, 1981, Landau, auto422-0398 miles GM exec $7000 626 0006 matic, air. stereo, tilt. 22,000 actual miles, black, road wheels Must see! SKYLARK 1981 4 door, many optic is. CHEVETTE, 1978, 4 speed, 37,000 $6,795 Bill Brown Ford, 35000 Plymunder warrantv. 7300 miles, must s 11. miles $2,495 421-7000 453-2500 outh Rd at Wayne Rd 397-0 25 JEANNOTTE PONTIAC

TOYOTA 1982-SUPRAS. also available in automatic with high performance package from $11,998 (includes graph ic cassette freight delivery Cressidas from $10 598 Starlets. Tercels Call for voor best deal' Special one only'-new 1981 Supra loaded Ask for Larry or Len Dealer 519 253-7259

MUSTANG,' 1979. 2 door, automatic, MUSTANG 1975. Looks k runs like power iteering k brakos, itereo, air, new $1,185 Tyme SaM 25,000 milea. red 45*5506 JEANNOTTE PONTIAC 45*2500 MUSTANG 1976 Cobra Automatic MUSTANG, 1979, 4 ipeed, air, power Cheap! $1,345 Tyme Sales 45*5500 iteering. AMFM cassette, rear defrost er, rustproofed, $3700 474-0008 MUSTANG, 1976. 4 cylinder, 4 meed, MUSTANC. 1979, 4 cylinder, 2 door power steering/brakes am-fm, $1,695. hatchback, AM FM itereo and more Call 477-0557 $3950 Call Donna, 422-4981 or 322-2774

flAMARO. 1075, V-0, AM FM. power CITATION 1980, Club coupe, 4 cylinder, < eering, power brakes, excellent condi 4-speed. power steering, plus extras. 855 5511 t oo $1800 Call 645-6076 Clean $3750.,After 5pm. ( AMARO. 1973, 6 cylinder automatic, CITATION 1980, 4 door Hatchback, au tomatic, 6 cylinder, air. loaded with exI airly good coodition. $575 682-8717 Call: 421-7126 tras, $4500 or best offer CITATION, 1980 4 door Hatch, V-0, i :AMARO 1976, 305, power steering, rakes, automatic, fm stereo, 56.000 loaded 49.000 miles $4075 64*4252, eves. 644-5875 ules, excellent, $2600 453-0337 CITATION 1980 2 door. Hatchback, 4 CAMARO 1977 LT ^oaded. excellent coodition, best offer cylinder, automatic, air, power steer 357-4184 ing. brakes, Ult. rear de-fog, rust proofed Extras Excellent coodition AMARO 1978. automatic, air, stereo, $4,950 Ask for Jeff. 422-9555, after 6 30pm 459-5054 more $3695 Call SPECIAL! 336-9506 CITATION 1981 4 door, 4 cylinder, auNOVA 1975 CAMARO. 1979, Berlinetta. automatic, tomatic. many extras Still under war6 automatic Sharp1 Low Miles air, stereo $AVE ranty 8000 miles, $6800 652-2147 $1,345. North Bros 421-1376 CITATION 1981 X 11 Power steering, $71. Monthly CAMARO,1979, LT, Interior, Ult. stereo, brakes. 4 speed Best offer 591-9142 air. rallys and more' 20,000 one owner TYME SALES CITATION 1981, 4 door hatchback, miles Only $5,695. 199 Plymouth Rd , Plymouth CRESTWOOD DODGE 421-5700 power steering-brakes, air, AmFm ster45*5566 eo, more Clean! Cheap-$5,695 851-0261 CAMARO 1979, Z-28. 20,000 miles, au tomaUc, tilt, cruise, air. stereo, rust CITATION 1981, 4 door. V6, automatic, TOWN k COUNTRY 1980, LeBaroo proofed, wife's car, $5,800 422-2318 air, stereo, many options, 8,400 miles, Wagon, deluxe Interior, power steering $7,200 After 6 PM 543-2840 k brakes, air, power locks, am-fm stereo, plus more, $6475 39*2837 CAPRICE, 1973, station wagoo, 9 pa^ CITATION 1981 $6,500 Loaded 17,600 senger, CB radio, stereo, all power, miles Halogen headlights Retired G M good condition $980 357-5695 646-4850 884 Dodge executive After!5 30 PM CAPRICE 1980, Classic. 4 door. 17,000 miles, power steering k brakes, air, CITATION 1981, GM executive. 4 cylin- ASPEN 1976. wagon, wood grained, air, 6 cylinder, power steering, brakes, exstereo. V-6, $5700 644-5045 der. low mileage, full power, 478-2176 tras Quick sale, $1250 64* 7764 ^APRICE. 1980. 4 door, air, automatic, power steering, power brakes, custom 2 CITATION 1981, 4 door, 4 cylinder, air, ASPEN 1978, 4 door, air, 6 cylinder, automatic, all power k custom options, cruise control, steel radial tires Rear tone, stereo cassette $5,388 682-7818 de-frost Asking $3200 728-7820 PAGE TOYOTA 352-8580 am-fm, 8500 miles, $6975 CITATION 1981 Custom 2 door Air, ASPEN, 1979, Custom 6 cyl, automatCAPRICE 1981 Estate Wagon. Diesel, 9 passenger, loaded, am-fm stereo CB , most options. 8,800 miles, exec car, like ic, one oWner, ose driver! Just $3,495. 626-6609 CRESTWOOD DODGE 421 -5700 17000 miles, like new. $8995 626-8564 new Must see $6,800

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loathCUTLASS. 1975. Supreme, 2 door, air, TORONADO, 1978, Luxury, miles. power steering, brakes, cruise Very er, wrap a wound window, 40, 646-7069 good coodition $2490 Call between After 5 PM. 5: SO-7 30pm, 349-5749 VISTA CRUISER 1975, 9 Telegraph a t 12 Mile X loaded. 96090 loaded, 96000 miles, it one owner, good DELTA U ROYALE 1971 192,090 4-3100 681 -9081 condition, $U»5 milea. Clean. New Urea. Stereo Rons Z E P H Y R , 1978. Z-7, « cylinder, auto- good! $550. 455-0433 VISTA, 1977, Cruiser Wagon, $2,295. matic, air. power steering k brakea, LIVONIA C P. 525-0553 stereo cassette, deluxe Interior, rear de- CUTLASS 1979. Supreme Brougham, 2 frost. 34,000 miles, 83300 398-3158 door, air. am-fm, power steering, brakes, doorlocfcs. cruise, $5,300. ZEPHYR, 1978. 2 door, 38,000 milea. 523 2335 or 464-6938 air, power steering, automatic, 8 cvL. CHAMP. 1980, Special tu-tone, cuatom very clean. 82950 After 6pm 626-8276 CUTLASS. 1980 LS 4 door. 23,000 milea, interior k exterior. Just traded! Hurry air, stereo, power steering, brakes. at only $4,495. ZEPHYR 1980 Z-7 Automatic, $5,925. 537-2559 CRECTWOOD DODGE 421 -5700 steering k brakes, Ghia, AM-FM Ster eo. 23,000 miles $4,950 478-9148 CUTLASS 1981 Supreme, all power, air. DUSTER 1973, good transportation, 261-1768 lilt, cruise. AM-FM stereo, many other $500. extras $7495 3fS-7S96 DUSTER 1975, 6 cylinder autonptic, DELTA ROYALE, 1978. maroon w|th 87,000 miles, basic transportation $450 CLOSED-END LEASE black leather interior, loaded. 41,000 or offer. Dearborn Apartments, 26170 miles, excellent condition Wifes car. Michigan Ave Apt 219 561-7110 $4100 626-1984 DUSTER 1976. $250, needs work, run DELTA 1981 Royale Brougham! door ning condition. 851 -3233 Diesel 11.000 miles, loaded, $8100 AfOption to Purchase ter 6 p m 455-3930 FURY 1975. Automatic, power steering. brakes, air, AM-FM radio Runs k $2,400 Pre-payment 459-6282 DELTA 88 ROYALE 1977, 4 door, load- looks like new $1,100.. ed 48,000 miles $3,500 Call WeekHORIZON 1978 4 speed, power steerdays, after 5pm, 978-7945 ing. brakes, air. stereo, woodgrain, deluxe Interior, $3400. after 6:30 464-0049 CUTLASS 1978. Supreme Brougham. CORDOBA, 1976, California car, 34.000 Glass t-roof Full power, loaded, mint HORIZON, 1979, 4 door, automaUc. AM miles, automatic, w w e r steering k condition. $3495 Call now 646-3884; radio, power steering 4 brakea, $3,088. brakes, power windows & locks, Ult, 477-5157 PAGE TOYOTA 352-8580 cruise, stereo, air, wires, $2,495 CUTLASS 1977 2 door Air, AM-FM. full SOUTHFIELD DODGE HORIZON, 1979, 4 door. $2,695 power, buckets $2,400 851-0792 TEL-TWELVE JEANNOTTE PONTIAC 453-2500 354-6600 CUTLASS 1978 Supreme, 2 door, air, HORIZON, 1980 4 door automatic, air, new tires, low miles, AmFm. clean. CUTLASS 1966, interior & body good »er steering, stereo. $4,000. 661-4719 $4,500 coodition, has 1972 350 engine Original hi po 330 engine k extra parts included CUTLASS, 1979, Supreme. 2 door, low II Eve's. I> weekends, 559-5836 $650, Call before 3pm 274-704? miles, air. $5,275. BIRMINGHAM CHRYSLER 643-0079 CUTLASS 1973, many new parts, air 4 door, power steering, radio 55,000 miles. Runs excellent $1,175 / DELTA 88. 1977 Royale. power steer best Call Scott, after 12 noon. 421-1875 ing/brakes, AM-FM stereo, excellent $3,995 condition After 5 PM, call: 553-2092 CUTLASS, 1975, Sumpreme, 4 door, power steering k brakes, automatic, DELTA 88 1978 Royale, 4 door, auto34501 Plymouth Rd air, degogger, AMFM stereo, recent matic, power steering-brakes, air, amBetween Wayne k Farmington Rds rubber & battery, one owner 50,000 fm stereo, cruise, tilt, r e a r defog, power 425-5400 locks. Clean $3950 After 6pm 541-8914 miles Excellent condition, $2,000 After 5 PM 851 0808 1980 Royale Brougham DELTA CUTLASS 1976 2 door, power steering, Coupe, 20,000 miles, fully loaded, excel HORIZON 1981 TC-3, 4 so •d, air, ster477-0221 eo, power steering. $520 Call evenbrakes, automatic, stereo radio, many lent condition, $7,300 375-1653 ings. other extras. Excellent condition, $3000 642-3995 OMEGA 1974 New exhaust, Ures & ra- PLYMOUTH, 1978, Sapporo. $2,675 diator Excellent transportaUon. $600./ CUTLASS 1977. Supreme New tires, best. Call Mark, after 12 noon, 421-1875 Super Deal! BIRMINGHAM CHRYSLER 643-0079 brakes, exhaust. Runs great, needs body work. $2400 firm. 537-1752 OMEGA, 1975, power steering, brakes, PLYMOUTH, 1980, Horizon TC-3. autoautomatic, air, am-fm, steel belted ramaUc, air, 3,900 miles Just $4,995. CUTLASS, 1977 Supreme Brougham, dials. 55.000 miles $1500 421-1376 850 engine, air, AM-FM. r e a r defrost, Days. 552-7586, after 6pm, 852-8158 North Bros power steering/brakes. $2195. 349-0055 RELIANT 1981 Custom 2 door, power CUTLASS 1977. 52.Q00 actual miles REGENCY, 1981, '98 4 door, diesel, ful- steering-brakes, AmFm stereo, defrost, ly equipped, leather seats, 6,000 miles, Sharp! $1,465. Tyme Sales. 427-4416 540-0870 low miles Best! After 5pm, 455-5568 $10,950

TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS - I I U> CAPRI 1979, RS, excelleo condition, COUGAR, 1979, XR7, all the extras Ic air, pow^r steering, brakes • cylinder, low miles Stk. 0B169O. Only $4,999. chooee f r o m Priced from I M S 879-2003 automatic, M.M0 North Bros 411-im PINTO i m . « speed. a m f m M m ) oew brakss ttmpg, it 000 m i l « | 1 M 0 . or b o t o f t e r A f t e r 6 pm 4 7 M 3 S 1

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CAPRI. 1979. Charcoal f r ^ b U c k inPINTO 1»77 Hatchback, automatic, terior. Sunroof, air, am-fm TRX pack55,000 milea, a m - f m radio, runs m a t , age * more Must sell I3.M0 522-7999 11400 /offer After 5PM 4*4-11 IS automatic, CAPRI. 1971, 3 door, V«sjaut. PINTO. ltTI. Station Wagoo, automat- tilt, cruiae. air. cassette Super sharp! ic, »ir. extra clean, Stk 0B179O A, M.495 421-5700 83 999 CRESTWOOD DODGE

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CATALINA 1970. 2 door, automatic, power steering-brakes, air. 2 new Urts, fair condition $450 427-2146 CATAUNA 1972, $250 Good transportation 728-7484 FIREBIRD 1977 Formula, loaded, 50,000 miles New tires k brakea Call after 6PM 356-4582

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T A M A R O F F BUICK 353-1300

r, nice shape, low BUG 1975, new m» miles, extras, $2,450. 326 2983

PHOENIX. 1981, U , 5 door, 4 cylinder, automaUc, full1 powrer, seats, windows, locks, steering, brakes sunroof. Loaded 9000 miles"; $7200 Eve 375-1280

VW, 1979 DIESEL RABBIT

DASHER 1977, e i c e Benit condiUon, air, k brakes a m - f m cassette, n e « Ures t 455-4390 Call evenings

5 speed, air. 4 door

PHOENIX 1981, red over red. 5 door, power steering. automaUc. air, rustproofed k more $6,800 937-9442

DASHER. 1978. air, cassette, excellent condition. Best offer 645-6333, eve 540-4464

PHOENX 1980, 4 speed, air conditioning, AmFm stereo, rear window defog 26,000 miles, excellent condition Call between 5 k 9 PM 477-2732

RABBIT, 1980 Diewtf. 5 speed, 4 door Deluxe, air, stereo cassette, excellent condition, $5,350 532^8886 or 824-1592

FIREBIRD, 1980. Esprit, metallic slate ray, white interior, loaiided $5550 557-0139 22-0200 or

S

FIREBIRD. 1981. Turbo Trans Am, low miles, loaded, like new $8,995. JACK DEMMER FORD 721 6560 GRAND LE MANS 1976, excellent c o n dlUon. power steering, brakes, air condiUonlng. amfm. $2500 or best offer 353-7086 GRAND LEMANS. 1979, Safari Wagon, fully p i p p e d . R 5 9 5 a c GRAND LEMANS 1981 Safari Wagon, 2 tone blue. 13.800 miles, air, cruise, carrier, power door locks, a m - f m stereo cassett tape, whitewall steel belted Ures. $7200 626-4229 GRAND PRIX, 1979, U , loaded c l e a n $5195 453-5719 GRAND PRIX, 1976, 22,000 miles, air, sunroof Loaded Excellent condition 549-3058 GRAND PRIX, 1979, SJ, 2 tooe, loaded, with CB, 31,000 miles Priced right I JEANNOTTE PONTIAC 453 2500 •WGRAND PRIX 1976, power b r a k e * steering, automaUc, air, AmFm. New Ures, brakes, battery k exhaust. 53,000 miles $2,500 348-1664 or 425-0090 GRAND PRIX 1977 SJ, brown with beige top k Interior, power steeringbrakes, stereo. Ult, rear defrost, 55,000 miles. Very good condition. $2700. or best Eves 553-7536 GRAND PRIX 1980, U Loaded, moon roof, rustproofed. dark blue, gold interior, must see. $5800 729-6128

VW 1978 Bus, Westfelia, excellent con dition 421-1965

$300 Good 728-7484

RABBIT, 1980. 4 do«r, white, syn roof. 4 speed, AM-FM radio, rustproofed, 22.000 mile*, $4950 Rochester 656-0758

SUNBIRD 1977 Coupe, 4 cylinder, automatic, rustproofed. clean, all weather Ures, am-fm stereo cassette * 8 t r a c t . $2295 647-6455

RABBIT 1981 Convertible Think Spring* Loaded with extras Black with white trim. $8,900 Call a f t e r 3 30 PM Weekdays or Weekend* 528-2048

SUNBIRD 1977, 4 cylinder, 4 speed. 41,000 miles, very good condiUon Keystone wheels, $2500 Days, 852-9720

RABBIT 1981. Diesel LS, 4 door, g r a j loaded $7100 or best offer 852-22*

PONTIAC 1972 wagon, transportaUon

$4,295

LIVONIA VW 34501 Plymouth Rd Between Wayne k Farmington Rds

425-5400 VOLKWAGEN 1974 Super Beetle Am fm k casaette. new paint, looks & runs «d, $2000 or best offer after 5 wee* iy*. all day Sat and Sun 531 9470

1980 RABBIT DIESEL AM-FM, sunroof. 9.000 miles warranty

TOM SULLIVAN VOLKSWAGEN

SUNBIRD 1979. 4 cylinder automaUc. a m f m cassette, rustproof. 39.000 miles $2,900 Call 12 noon-9pm, 478-7838

1 Diesfl 5 luxe interior, luggage rack, A M F M 644-3918 Make offer

15,000 miles.

SCIROCCO 1975, 4 speed, good condi Uoo. $3,100 ./best. [ 435-6W3 SUPER BEETLE 1973, 4 speed, good 626 condiUon. $1050

SUNBIRD, 1980, only iced to sell $3,995 priced North IBros

421-1376

SUNBIRD 1980, power steering k brakes, air, automaUc, 4 cylinder, rear defrost, stereo, 2-tone paint, beautiful condition. Must see to appreciate. $5300 Call Tom a f t e r 5:30 729-3709

$5995 $5995 $5895

1981 ESCORT WAGON Stereo tape, factory air, loaded, 13,000 miles

K 1980 CITATION HATCHBACK Coupe, Cinnamon Red, Includes 12 month/12,000 miles. Manager s Speclall

$3995 $3795 $3695 $1495 $1395

1979 CHEVETTE A beautiful car, new tires and brakes, automatic, this car is like new

1978 VOLARE Air conditioning, automatic, power steering, power brakes.

1973 FORD PICKUP Must see to appreciate!

1976 AMC HORNET Transportation special! Looks OK, runs great.

19Q0 RABBIT CONVERTIBLE Red wilh black top, 5 speed stereo cassette. 1 year warranty

T O M SULLIVAN VOLKSWAGEN

SUPER BEETLE 1974. sun roof, iter eo tape deck, axcelleot condition, $1900 427-4595

OPEN SATURDAY 25400 W 8 Mile 353 6900

'79 ELDORADO Full power, air, tilt, power locks, leather. 8 track and more, one owner,.

7 7 LTD COUPE Air, stereo, rear defogger, sharp, only 38,000 miles I

W

' CHEVROLET 32570 PLYMOUTH RD. .UVONIA

Used

0

-

White, dieael, stereo, air, automatic, power steering, power brakps, cruise, rear defogger

$6596 ^

'79 TORONADO Fully loaded, low miles

•80 CORVETTE Fully loaded Including air. power windows and locks, tilt, cruise, rear defogger stereo/cassette, smoked glaas t-tops, only 15,000 one owner miles $12,4^3

'80 SEVILLE CHesel, custom convertible top, leather, tape/CB Jlull 23,000 one owner miles . $ 1 4 , 9 9 0

power, wire wheels,

'80 COUPE DE VILLE

Automatic, power steering, power brakes, air, stereo.

$5995

'80 CITATION 5 door, automatic, power steering, power brakea, air, stereo, power locks.

Automatic, air, stereo, low miles

'79 CUTLASS

79 HORIZON

Automatic, air, stereo

4 door, automatic, power steering, power brakes.

80 CHEVY SPORT VAN 10 pasaenger, automatic, air

7 8 MONARCH

79 TOYOTA PICKUP

2 door, automatic, power steering, power brakes, air. stereo

4 cylinder, 4 speed

81 MALIBU

7 8 PINTO

Loaded, low miles, company car

3 door Runabout, automatic, air, stereo.

79 CHEVETTE 4 cylinder, 4 speed

77 DATSUN F10

81 CHEVETTE

« door, front wheel drive.

Automatic, air, low miles

'77 MARK V

'76 MONTE CARLO

Loaded!

Automatic, power steering, power brakes, air, tilt, cruise, rally wheels.

'77 YAMAHA 750 3 cylinder, electric start, fairing.

SOUTHFIELD Acr ** From at I-696 174-12 M4IW TIIMO Mon and Thura. Eva

•11600

ARMSTRONG BUlCK 1976 CHEVY VEGA GT 5 ?peed, air, AM/FM

$1988

i&igiO)

$4999 $2995 $2695

1977 PLYMOUTH STATION WAGON Automatic, air.

1977 GRAND PRIX Automatic, air.

1980 BUICK SKYLARK Automatic, power steering, power brakes, air, power w i n d o w s i p ^ j / v C J C J

1979 BUICK REGAL Automatic, air, power steering, power brakes, AM/FM.

A sk about the work s 12 months or 2C, 000 miles mechanical repair protection for used car buyers

AT AVIS, YOU GET A NEW CAR FEELING... AT A USED CAR PRICE. for 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever c o m e s first Ask for Mali*

Here are |ust some of the many low-mileage cars at Avis to choose from:

11981 CHEVETTE 4 DOOR HATCHBACK,

ViflO 03H-OOVV

$4999

1981 PHOENIX 2 DOOR, 14,000 Miles, stock #548836

$6158

1981 MONTE CARLO 2 DOOR, 12,000 Miles. Stock #525748

DON'T MAKE THE StOO MISTAKE

12,000 Miles, Stock #549147

USED CAR SPECIALS! Michigan's Largest Indoor Showroom!!

$7138

Automatic, air, 15,000 miles

78 CHEVROLET WINDOW VAN Air, 12 passenger

7 1 AMC JAVELIN 2 door, like new, automatic

Automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, air conditioning, rear defogger, am-fA Air conditioning. Ml. cruise, automatic transmission. Loaded factory official

$5485

1971 CHEVY IMPALA Automatic transmls»lon. power steering, power brakes

# o Q*

Only #003

1975 CHEVY PICK UP Vi TON Uniy #

I WWW

JACK CAULEY

1081 CONCORD DL 4 DOOR

$5999

NEXT BEST THING TOI NEW FARMINGTON GRAND RIVER

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SALES

474-20»

1977 MALIBU CLASSIC

728-9700

$3188

Air, Landau top. medium blue metallic. Great buy!

1979 CAMARO Z-28

1976 CHEVY PICKUP Automatic, power steering, sport wheels. Great Buy!

1979 IMPALA 4 door, air, 6 cylinder, vinyl top. Comfort plus economy.

Air. beige metallic, like new.

J307J MICHIGAN AVE

$1788

Air, power windows, AM/FM with CB, Special Price

1980 MALIBU

855-9700

No other discounts apply WAYNE

U S E D CAR V A L U E S

$6466

Air, Pre-Sprlng Special.

'80 MGB ROADSTER 13,000 miles, 4 spi>ed, showroom new

78 TOYOTA SR5 LIFTBACK

Air, 4 speed, stereo, rustproofed Stock »362

'79 FIAT X19 Air, 4 speed, stereo, excellent condition Stock #248 1

78 VW SUPER BEETLE CONVERTIBLE Extra sharp Stock tow

$4088 $2288 $4646 $5188

S , « * »26, $ 6 7 9 5

7 f o ? r E M o r ° u I ^wfomatlc, power steering, power b r i « : power Endows and lock*. AM/FM. red.nln,, seats, rear defogger, 23,000 miles tftQQK Sticker Price *>***

'81 LANCIA BETA COUPE 2,000 milea, air, 6 speed, stereo, loaded, red Stock #827 L..v

l o u IARTCHE

CHEVROIET

OPEN M O N J i THURS. TIL 9 P.M.

Just W e s t of I - 2 7 5

Phone 453-4600

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77 DODGE MAXI VAN CONVERSION

- Automatic, full power, stereo/cassette. cruiae rustproofed. 39,000 mllos, immaculate

*41#D

— - stereo, 8 trapk. dxJlae, tilt, 33 gallon tank. rally wheels, mint condition

40875 Plymouth Rd., Ptyntouth

531-7100

Umy

Orchard Lake Rd. Between 14 & 15 Mile Rds.

$5695

$2295 78 CHEVROLET CONVERSION VAN Real Sharpl $5495 '77 CHEVY NOVA 4 door, automatic $2995 78 CHEVROLET MONZA 2 + 2 $3995 '80 MONTE CARLO LANDAU Fully loaded $6495 77 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO Automatic, air — $3995

#7QOK

Only +1

$8199

1978 CENTURY CUSTOM WAGON

Automatic, air...

SAVE

several to choose from

$8995

'76 FORD TORINO

Only 9 *

1981 CAMARO BERLINETTA

CHEVROLET

Automatic, air, only 22,000 miles Super Sharpl

$1395

W

1978 MONZA HATCHBACK

$7199

16,000 Miles, Stock #549434

$3995

•81 CHEVROLET PICKUP DIESEL

j-gg. C//I If f

1981 DELTA 88 ROY ALES,

Will

t l Q O K

$6999

1976 CORDOBA

Automatic, alr.i

1980 CHEVETTE 2 DOOR 4 speed, rear defogger, am-fm

Many other makes and mode's available

FORD RD. AT WAYNE RD.-WESTLAND

Uniy

Automatic, power steering, power brakes

1981 GRAND PRIX 2 DOOR,

mrmK.mrA\M

77 CHEVROLET EL CAMINO SS

power steering and brakes, plus more

1980 MONTE CARLO

Stock #548994

$1995 $1995

1980 CITATION 4 DOOR A u t o m a t i c t r a n s m i s s i o n , air c o n d i t i o n i n g

Air conditioning, cnJise. bucket seats

1981 CUTLASS LS 4 DOOR,

721-1144

14001 T

OLDSMOBILE-saab

28000 TELEGRAPH AT THE TEL-12 MALL

1981 MALIBU CLASSIC WAGON

1981 ESCORT L 2 DOOR HATCHBACK,

ARMSTRONG Buick Opel • b25 0900 IDS SO PI Y MOUTH RD . LIVONIA (between Middlebelt A Merriman)

Classman

Air conditioning, anvfm stereo, power window and locks, factory official

Stock #549068

$2295 $1995

Large Inventory in 7 0 ° C o m f o r t 1977 BUICK REGAL Air. automatic, 6 cylinder.

W w j

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7 9 PONTIAC TRANS AM

80 FORMULA

425-6500

"

'80 CUTLASS COUPE

Loaded. Including leather trim, tilt, cruise, wire wheels, must seel Only 20,000 one owner miles

teWwlm.

I ye

OPEN SATURDAY RABBIT 1981 Die**! 4 door, loaded 353-6900 25400 W 8 Mile SUNBIRD, 1979, Coupe, 4 cylinder, au- Excellent coodition 7.000 mile* $7,500 685-0134 VW, 1979, Rabbit, stereo, air front tomatic. air. power steering k brake*. AM-FM stereo cassette, rustproofed, RABBIT, 1981 Dteiel. 5»peed. 4 door wheel drive, only $4,295 Autosenv 29,000 miles. $4,188. air. stereo cassette, excellent condition, Computer Checked Hines Park Lin PAGE TOYOTA 352 8580 low miles, $7,750 532-8886 or 824-1592 coin-Mercury 425 3036

1980 MONTE CARLO

mm

464-7823

,$650

BEETLE 1972, excel ning condiUon, $14501

Air, power steering, power brakes. Burgundy Inside and out.

^ i l l p s

722-3910

V W 1973 Fastback

Automatic, power steering k brakes. 47 000 miles, runs k drives like new

1981 LUV PICKUP

• • • §Siif

BOB OWENS IMPORTS

IM* FORD RD

TRANS AM. IffTV, sit ver, 17.000 miles, automatic, power st serin* k b r a k * air, tilt, power wiixtoi rs i w e k s , T-tops, stereo cassette, d e f r wHer, $5,WV

SOUTHFIEL D D O D G E

Lee's Auto Sales

PHOENIX, 1977

VW'S RABBIT. S door, yellow $2,995 '73 BEETLE, 2 door, sharp, blue

VW, 1974, BEETLE

6969 Middlebelt, Garden C i g ^ 1590 OPEN SAT TILL 4

2,000 miles, air, loaded. This weeks special!

GUSED

884 Volkswagen

878 Plymouth

•e7o* 90190

79 CHEVY CONVERTED VAN Beautiful Interior, air, stereo, full power. 31,000 milea. Ilka new

ART MORAN

tfl305

po

^ c AC 353-9000

>(P THAT G*AT 4 CM r«Li*o WITH THUmg nt f OENUMC <2M PARTS

Thursday, March 4.1982

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Birmingham Bloomfield 30 Bookkeeping Service 71 business & 234 Scissor Saw 4 "1522 Proteaaronal Services 422 War ted to Rem 111 Home Salety 338 Country Homes 303 Wesl BkxxntieKJ 1 32 Budding Inspection Ottice Equipment Knife Sharpening '1523 Attorneys/lega 423 War ted to Rent 112 Hurrudrflers 3391 ots & Acreage 304 farmioQion 33 BwK>ng Remodeling jipmem^ 715Comm -Ind Equi 235 Screen Repair / Counseling Res kt Property 114 Income Tax 3401 ahe Rive' Resort Farmingtori Hois 36 Burglar Fire Alarm Sitting Service 716 Lawn. Garden & 237 Septic Tanks 424 Hex A! 115 Industrial Service Property tor Sale 305 Brighton Ha'Hand NOTICES a 137 Busineee Machine Repair alescent Nursing Farm Equipment 241 Sewer Cleaning 116 ineurance Photography 425 Cor i, 34? i a»>e Property 306 S o u t h e d * athrup SERVICES 39 Carpentry 718 Building Materials 245 Sewing Machine Repair 117 Insulation 348 Cemetet y I ots Hones 307 MUkvd-Highland 42 Carpet Clef ning 4 Dying "L720 Farm Produce 249 Slipcovers 120 Interior Decorating 351 B^smess & Professional 428 Gar iges/Mim Storage 600 Personals 300 Rocheste1 Tioy 44 Carpet Laying 4 Repair "1721 Flowers & Plants 253 Snow Removal 121 Interior Space rctat Industrial (your discretion) 432 Cor Bidgs lor Sale 309 Royai Oah Oak Park 52 Catering-Flowers 722 Hobbies-Coins Stamps 254 Storm Doors Management 436 OMH e Business Space 602 Lost & Found 35? Commercial /Industrial - Huntington Woods 54 Ceiling Work n >n 724 Camera and Supplies 255 Stucco 123 Janitorial (by the word) 354 Income Property J10 commerce U « I 55 Chimney Cleaning 726 Musical Instruments 126 Jewelry repairs 4 Clocks 257 Swimming Pools 604 Announcements/ 31 > OcMa'dt akp •or Sale 56 Chimney Buildmg 260 Telephone/ 727 Home Video Games 129 Landsdapmg Notices 356 Investment Property Wailed I afce EMIL.OYMENT, 4 Repair Service Repair New/Used 132 Lawn Mower Repair 606 Legal Notices tor Sale 31 ? l ivonia 57 Christmas Trees ?61 Television Radio and CB INS TRUCTION 728 TV. Stereo 135 Lawn Maintenance 607 Insurance 358 Mortgages' 311 Dearborn 58 Clock Repair ?63 Tennis Courts Hi-fi Tape Decks 138 Lawn Sprmklmg 608 Transportation I and Contracts Dearborn Heights 59 Commercial Steam 265 Tetrariums 729 CB Radios 142 Linoleum 609 Bingo 360 Business Opportunities 3 U Plymouth-Canton Cleaning ?69 Tile Work 730 Sporting Goods 146 Lock Service 500 He! > Wanted 610 Cards o» Thanhs 36' Money to loan"" 3IS No'thyille Novi 60 Construction Equipment „ ?73 Tree Service 734 Trade or Sell 147 Medical/Nursing 502 Hei > Wanted 612tn Memoriam 36? Real Estate Wanted 31b Westiand Ga'den City 61 Distilled Water 274 Truck Washing 738 Household Pets 148 Maid Service Der tal Medical 614 Death Notices 364 listings Wanted 3i ' Growe Pointe 62 Doors 275 Typing *L 740 Pet Services 149 Mobile Home Service 504 Hei > Wanted 3 <8 Wediiwd 276 Typewriter Repair 63 Draperies 744 Horses Livestock 150 Moving-Storage MERCHANDISE ON :e Clerical 319 Homes 'or Sale 27 7 Upholstery REAL ESTATE 64 Dressmaking 4 Tailoring BUSINESS Equipment 152 Mirrors 505 Fo< d Beverage FOR SALE Oakland County 280 Vacuums 65 DrywaH FOR RENT DIRECTORY 155 Music Instruction 506 He j wanted Sales 3?0 Homes tor Sale AUTOMOTIVE 281 Video Taping Services 66 Electrical 157 Musical instrument 'LBus 700 Auction Sales 507 He a Wanted Part Time 400 Apartments 10 Rent Wayne County 282 Vinyl Repair 3 Accounting j 67 Electrolysis 800 Recreational Vehicles Repair •LBus 701 Co«ectables 508 He p Wanted Dofnestic 401 Furniture Rental 3? i Hivnes to' Sale 283 Ventilation 4 Attic Fans 4 Advertising • 69 Excavating 802 Snowmobiles 'LBus 702 Antiques 158 New Home Services 510 He p Wanted Couples 40? Furnished Apartments ' I'VingStonCotJ'ity ?84 Wallpapering 5 Air Conditioniog 72 Fencea 804 Airplanes 703Cratts 159 Nursing Centers 511 En ertainment 403 Rente! Agency 285 Wall Washing 3«? Homet tor "Sale 6 Aluminum Cleaning 75 Fireplaces 806 Boats/Motors 704 Rummage Sales/ 'L51? Situations Wanted 165 Painting-Decorating 287 Washer/Drye' Repair Macomb County 404 Houses to Rent 9 Aluminum Siding • 78 Firewood •L807 Boat Parts & Service Flea Markets ?89 Water Soflening Fe nale 170 Patios 3? 3 Homes toi Sale 406 Furnished Houses | 81 Floor Service 12 Appliance Service 808 Vehicle / Boat Storage 705 Wearing Apparel 293 Welding ' L 513 Situations Wanted 175 Pest Control Wasite'Viw County 407 Mobile Homes 13 Aquenum Service 87 Floodlight 810 Insurance, Motor 706 Appliances ?94 Well Drilling M, ie 178 Photography 3? 4 Other Suburban Homes 408 Duplexes to Rent 90 Furnace Repair 812 Morotcycles. Go-Karts 15 Asphali 708 Household Goods • L514 Situations Wanted 296 Window Treatment? 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M CMOAN 4i1S0, (111) N1-2M0. THf OMCftVKR 814 Campers / Motorhomes '1816 Auto/Trucks. Parts & Service 818 Auto Rentals Leasing 819 Auto Financing 820 Autos Wanted 821 Junk Cars Wanted 82Jf Trucks tor Sale 823 Vans 824 Jeeps/4 Wheel Drive 825 Sports & Imported 852 Classic Cars 854 American Motors 856 Buick 858 Cadillac 860 Chevrolet 862 Chrysler 864 Dodge 866 Ford 872 Lincoln 874 Mercury • 876 OWsmobiie 878 Plymouth 880 Pontiac 884 Volkswagen

A t CONDITION describes this I ively 4 bedroom brick Colonial Familj room, fireplace, 2VS baths It finish >d rec room Gas heat, 2 car attached; ;arage Excellent floor plan, S bedroom brick Located N of 5 Mile, W of Ne1 burgh ranch, natural fireplace In living room, Asking $64,000 finished basement with bath. 2 car garage. more $56,900

ASSUMABLE 1 8 /2% MORTGAGE

REALTY WORllD

C.W. Allen

CENTURY 21

312 Uvonia

312 Livonia

312 Uvonia

312 Livonia

NO INTEREST 1ST YEAR 5 year land contract at 11% 18820 Canterbury, new large custom ranch, S bedrooms, 2 ^ baths, dining room, 1st floor laundry, full basement, brick exterior. other extras^Open Sat h Son., 2 591-2438 5 Call Jack at 474-

" O L D ROSEDALE"

QUAKERTOWN SUB 6 Mile - Haggerty

Builders Model 12 1 /z% 30 YR FIXED MORTGAGE OR 10% 5 year Land Contract

' $83,990 NEGOTIABLE PRICE & TERMS on Gold House Realtors this Great 3 Bedroom 1 * Bath Coloni- Immediate occupancy on 3 bedroom 525-1810 al, 2 Car Garage. Price $71,900. brick ranch, family room, fireplace, 478-4660 dishwasher, designer decorated, air Beautiful Rosodale Gardens ASSUME FOR $5,000 conditioning, drapes, 2j4 baths, laundrv Colonial charm at Its best! Fire Ijlace in !!«•% mortgage Attractive 3 bedroom large living room, formal dininj room, room main floor, full casement includbrick ranch Doorwall to redwood deck 2W baths, bright kitchen wtfhk eating ing under family room, attached 2 car patio, finished rec room, newly insulat-, area, 4 spacious bedrooms, inished FOREMOST. INC. 422-6030 garage ed Castle Gardens Sub Only $57,909 basement, i car garage, super la id conALSO, one 4 bedroom brick colonial For appointment call 464-7671 tract, J 16,000 down. 10 year, 11$ Only with all extras left at $89,990 Call 174,900 1-348-88^6 or 855-2111 or 661-3688.

"kathy rockefeller" RE/MAX

1,600 FT. RANCH '

Simple Assumption

ASSUME !!

Stately colonial on cul-de-sac with 4 spacious bedrooms, den. family room with natural fireplace, summer porch, and full finished basement Excellent neighborhood Ask for

Mint condition 3 bedroom brie ranch S bedroom brick maintenance free offers country kitchen, beautifi IIlly fln- ranch - this home has everything. FAmth gas ily room, sun-room, 2Vfc car garage, Ished basement, large patio afltl grill, central air, intercom. Mk* e to ev- central air. and more. Asking $62,900. Open Sun 2-5 PM. Call for directions erything. $49,990 Ask for

CENTURY 21

BOB GRAVER RE/MAX

Nada, Inc. 477-9800

FOREMOST. INC. 422-6030 BEST BUY - bring paint ai d scrub

brush! S of Ann Arbor Rd., E. o 1-275 3 down to FHA or VA buyers Ju t listed Asking $49,900. Call One Way 22-6000

assume 9% %

BRICK RANCH oo 140 x 192 It t, 3 bed Farmington Rd. area)

Sharp I bedroom brick ranch, aluminum trim, full finlAed basement, 2 car garage, cezy kitchen, (42.900. Ask for CoeoTe! IEsper

MAYFAIR

522-8000

CLASSIC 3-4 bedroom brick ranch, aluminum trim, garage, country kitchen, 2 foil baths on 1st floor, full basement. 12*« simple assumption Asking $45,900 Call One Way 522-6000

JIM CRAVER RE/MAX FOREMOST, INC. 422-6030

9,900 DOWN!

Brick ranch in top condition J bedrooms, full basement, family room with doorwall to patio. Attached garage. Land contract at 11%, $550 per month for 36 months Full pri^e only $64,900

TEPEE533-7272 2S200 7 Mile

GORGEOUJ

built 4 SMALL 2 bedroom home IH car ga10 year land contract bedroom Vick Tanch, formal dining rage, fenced yard $4000 down, 11%' poom. 2Mi baths, central air, ($74,900 land contract, $32,000. Ask for 476-7875

BARB DESLIPPE

TRANSFER IMMEDIATE - 4 bedroom

ranch, 1500 ft.. 2 baths, air, built-lns, RE/MAX basement, will decorate, clean carpet. 421-0941 FOREMOST. INC. 422^6030 $69,000.

Gracious Living

312 Livonia

0% jnl Land Contract. 3 bedroom ranch, extra large living room, fireplace, family room wood stove, 1 Vk baths, attached 2 car garage. V. acre. By owner. 464 0697

UVONIA BY OWNER $45,000. 6 yr old brick Colonial, V 0,000 down. Land Contract terms, lvefcaths, extas. Immediate oceupancjS^Cood location Buyers only. ' 261-6139

Everything You Want

$ 1 o.OOO Down-10 Yr.

4 bedroom custom built colonial 1st floor laundry, dining room, full bath & walk-in ctoeet In master bedroom. Backs to ' wooded commons with stream. $99,900.

3 bedroom brick ranch with 2 car ga rage, basement, carpeting throughout i f l s home Is extremely clean and well cared for. $54,000. Call today - ask for:

CENTURY 21

BARB DESLIPPE

Gold House Realtors •478-4660 -

QF/MAy * ' FOREMOST, INC. 422-6030

FANTASTIC LOW Interest land contract Enchantment describes this 2 story brick "Olde World Charmer" decorated to professional perfection 2M car garage Don't miSs this one-of-akind $65,000,

in this beautiful 4 bedroom colonial GREAT STARTER HOME. 2 bedroom with carpeted hardwood floors, 2V4 home on 1.06 acres of country setting. baths, formal dining, fireplace In fami- Large garage' and extra out buildttg. ly room, sunqy family kitchen, base- Freshly painted interior. Only $41,900 , ment, attached garage, and LAND CONTRACT terms $79,900 Call: TERMS GALflRE on this 4 bedroom brick Colonial m prime area, ljrt floor CONNIE YAUCK laundry, 2 * baths, fantastic finished basement and attached garage. $94,900.

CENTURY 21

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SUBURBAN WEST 261-1600 FARMINGTON AND 5 Mile Roads Ranch bouse, 5 bedrooms: brick, 2*4 baths, basement, fireplace, must see to appreciate 427-1587

RE/MAX FOREMOST. INC. 422-6030

FOUR BEDROOM BUNGALOW Only $36,900. Land contract with low interest and lrfw down payment. Barpriced to reflect need for minor rating Call Fred Rlchter, 522-3500

UVONIA - 3 bedroom. l t t bath brick ranch with attached 2 car garage, family room with fireplace, finished • basement. central air. 427-0451

LIVONIA, 3 bedroom. 1W bath ranch. 2W car attached garage, air conditioning, etc. $22,900 lown assumes 11% LC for 7 years. $524 lino. Owqer. 425-4239

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SMALL FARM - Contract terms on this farmers delight U r g e bedrooms, formal dining room, big kitchen with appliances, full baaeibent. fireplace, garage $54,900 9*. %. LAND CONTRACT - An excepna( buy, on this 4 bedroom brick tch in a prime location A pooderosa size kitchen, 1W baths, finished rec room, 2 car garage. Immediate occupancy. $59.&M. KIMBERLY OAKS - Excellent land contract terms offered on this home designed for the large fatally. 6 bedrooms, plus study, 3Vt baths, formil dining room, family room with flreplafce, finished basement, 2 car attached garage Prime location $89,900 Harry S. ;

WOLFE 421-5660 OWNER, Sharp 3 bedroom brick ranch, attic fas, partially finished basement screened perch, garage, extras. 20% $22-4Q74 down, 13*i%. $53,5

12388 Cavelf—S. of Schoolcraft. W. of Inkster, Two bedroom aluminum sided Ranch with many newer features. $43,900. Call 261-5080.

Rl IDFORD—Large treed lot. Ranch with remodeled kitchen, cozy family room with fireplace. Neutral decor. Attached garage, ba|sement. $65,900. 642-0703.

ONE ACRE OF PARApiSE and privacy surrounds a sharp custom 3 bedroom ranch In super location of Farm. Hills. Master bath, firepl. fam. room and den are Just a few of the many features. Land Contract considered-$86,900. Call 553-0700. '

^CANTON—Best buy In Bedford Villa—Long term Land Contract available. Newly decorated Condo, two bedrooms, VA baths, b isement, garage. Easy access to X-Ways. $ >4,900. 642-0703. 4

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BY OWNER - I bedroom brick ranch, 1W baths, 2 Ml car garage New kltcbei & furnace. '$58,900 *Land Contract Cal after tym, ,• . '• .4*7-264

OLDE ROSEDALE GARDENS - A modem 3 bedroom brick ranch surrounded by stately colonials and towering trees Full basement, garage Land Contract terms $59,900 IMMACULATE - First offering on this beautiful tri-level with 3 bedrooms, huge family room, attached garage, yery privte yard with sunken patio $62,900 FIXED RATE MORTGAGE and slm pie assumption with low down payment on this 3 bedroom brick ranch on close to AN ACRE with towering trees. Huge livirig room, family room with fireplace, 2 baths, 3 CAR ATTACHED GARAGE with office and workshop area A real showplace $86,900

iLOOMFIELD—Three bedroom Towhjouse—Country kitchen, master suite Includes fireplace with weeping mortar. Enclosed courtyard nestled in Adams Woods. 1152,500. 642-0703.

3 UNIT INCOME APARTMENT. Pay Justf $500/mo. on 10 year land contract at 10% Int. and $10,000 dri. Best terms anywhere. Epjoy excellent tax relief or live In one and rent two. $69,900. Call 553-8700.

SUPER COLONIAL on treed lot with deck view. 3 bedrooms, formal dining, rec-room, central air, 2 car garage and assumption or land contract terms. $62,900. Call 553-8700.

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ARMINGTON H I L L S - L a r g e family home, our bedrooms, 2!4 baths, private yard. Fanastlc buy In beautiful Independence Comnons. $114,000.642-0703.

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River Bend area Immaculate 3 bedroom ranch, nearly new furnace, central air, natural fireplace, 1W baths, finished basement, 2 car attached garage $65,900,

see this huge deck, overlook scenic ravine lot Custom 4 SSroom Quad comes with central air sprinklers, and breakfast nook wi balcony Assume 8Vi % loan $122,900

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Very attractive 4 iedroom brick L aluminum Colonial, |vt baths, rec room kitchen, large with fireplace, Assumption or wooded & fenced blended rate avs ble! Asking $68,900

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Fussy Buyer Special Beautiful brick ranch in lovely Castle Gardens. Urge remodeled kitchen, 1981 furnace and air conditioning, 2 full baths, 2W car garage, good financing $66,590

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261-4200

central jair, 2 car attached and insulat COLONIAL . f-the-llne 4 bedroom, ed garage, plus Livonia schools 2>A decorator ba. family room/fire- $57,900, Harry S place, attached 2 car garage. Florida room, .with addi room, dynamic tone decor, out tional * bath, 11% rate or 8 * If standing condi qualify. Asking 1.900 Great area Im Call One Way mediate occu 522-6000

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464-6400

;10 YEAR LAND CONTRACT NORTHVILLE Lovely 3 bedroom ColonltJ Condo, 2V4 baths, formal dining room, family room with natural fireplace. Full basement and more. $59,900 464-6400

COUNTRY LIVING-1/* ACRE LIVONIA Beautiful V* acre country lot highlights this aluminum bungalow home. FORMAL DINING ROOM, country kitchen, utility room, garage. Good land contract terms. Great price. $48,900 464-6400

EXECUTIVE QUAD LIVONIA Quality newer home on premium wooded lot. 4 bedi rooms, 2Vi baths, formal dining room, huge family room with natural fireplace, finished basement, 2 car attached garage. Call for list of extras. Assume , 10VM4. Asking $127,900. 464-6400

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WESTLAND LARGE LO Immaculatt 3 bedroom, 2 full balh brick Ranch on beautiful la ge lot. Sharp panelled family room with natural fire •lace and beamed ceiling, finished basement, centi il air, 3 car garage with door opener and circular driye. 464-6000 $62,900. . LIVONIA 10 YEAR LAND CONTRACT Lovely 3 bedroom, VA bath brick Ranch, family room With natural fireplace, finished Jsisement. 2 car attached garage. 464-6400 $81,900. LIVONIA )LLOW ESTATES BURTON Gorgeous full bath brick Ranch features huge 21 ft with two way natural fireplace, master family r< bedroom th full bath, finished besement, 2 car attached gari i and more. Terms available $72,900. I 464-6400 QUALITY BUILT LIVONIA Lovely 3 bedroom, %}A bath brick Ranch featuring hardwood floors and wet plaster walls, full finished basement, £ car garage and more. $72,900. 464-6400 LAKE FRONT CONDO WALLED LAKE Beautiful view. Swim and boat from your back yard. 2 bedroom, 2 full bath Ranch Condo, 1st floor laundry, garage and more. 464-6400 $81,900. RY GH HARMER COUNTRY LIVONIA A lovely Vfc acne country lot enclosed by a white pickhlghl et fence) highlights this beautifti bedroom home. Features Include a huge formal dining room, full basement and garage. $45,900 464-6400 CUSTOM BUILT ' LIVONIA Gorgeous 3 bedroom, VA bath brick Ranch family room with natural fireplace, full finished basement, 2 car attached garage, negotiable Land Contract. $69,900. 464-6400 7 YEAR LAND CONTRACT LIVONIA Quality buiN| 4 bedroom, 2 full ball) brick Quad Level,' formal dining room, family room with natural fireplace, full basement, 2 car attached garage. * $79,500. 464-6400

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RELAX IN LUXURY ' LIVONIA Spacious 3 bedroom brick Ranch, 2 full baths, formal dining room, family room with natural fireplace, full baaement, 2 car attached garage, Inground pool on gorgeous golf course setting. $97,900. 464-6400

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LIVONIA CONDO LIVONIA "Relax and enjoy maintenance free condo living. Centrally located with beautiful grounds, pool, basement, central air, carport, refrigerator, range and dishwasher. Low monthly payments. $49,900 464-6400

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29538 Oak view—S, of Xyndon, W. off Middlebelt. Beautifully cared for 3 bedroom brick Ranch with full, finished basement. Land Contract terms. $83,900. Call 2815080.

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NEW • Decorated to per JUST fection nd offering easy terms is this newly lifted 3 bedroom bungalow Fea rung room, full finished REDFORD • Special financing avail tures lofma dinini able at 10.9% on this large family basemeQt covered patio and garage home! 5 bedrooms. 2 baths, modern $46,900 kitchen with built-in dishwasher, family Under one FANTASTIC TERMS vCorp. owner of- room with fireplace, rec room, 2 car SIMPLE} ASSUMPTION ear oldjand oldiand offering ottering traditional styling aiate occupancy' Only year fering unbelievable mortgage Prime garage Immediate )lonial is this 4 bedroom Colonial Highlights location. 3 bedrooms, 1 baths, family $55,000 include * large country kitchen, formal room with firwlace, finished basement, dining room, family room with natural 2 par attache® garage First offering. WESTLAND - Livonia schools, super fireplacf and 2 car attached garage $69,900 $89,500 1 buy on this 3 bedroom brick ranch Car. Harry S. peting throughout. VA, Aasum " SPACIOUS LIVING Call to view Bus Land Contract terms' Only $41; sharp 3 pedroom brick tri level situated close tfa stores, transportation and schools i Featuring m baths, large liv FARMINGTON HILLS • Superb 14 Mile ing room, family room, newer kitchen & Farmington Rd area is location lor central >ir and garage $58,900 this gracious 3 bedroom custom ranch I ! with extra features throughout! Full WHY (RENT When you can own this 10V*% simple assumption or $15,000 recreat-Dn room with bar & brick wall cute i clean 3 bedroom starter home down on, 11 * land contract Spacious 3 fireplace, family Iroom with fireplace H i ^ h l ^ t s include a spacious kitchen bedroom split-level, formal dining first floor laundryl $144,900 living room with fireplace, large lot room, family room, lovely kitchen, 2 and dftprdable blended mortgage or car garage It's a beauty and transland contract terms $29,900 ferred owner is anxious $66,900 EASY LAND CONTRACT decora led SALESMEN EARN MORE THAN to perfection aDd impeccably clean is EVER BEFORE ASK ABOUT OURi 100% COMMISSION this 3 bedroom ranch Featuring a mod Even all tbe appli Move-in condition! E em kitc|en, full finished basement, cen ances are included in this sharp 3 bed Schweitzer Real Estate tral a^r,[screened in patio and 2W car room brick ranch. 2 full baths, lots of xcellent land contract terms fining space, central air, full basement. 2 car garage Home Warranty included ,CT easy land contract $12,000 down,. 11% land contract. |[fered on this newer 2 bedroom £63,900 fith full basemeat. dining room

NOTTINGHAM LIVONIA Spacious 3 bedroom, 2V4 bath brick Ranch. Formal dining room, family room with natural fireplace, 1st floor laundry, full basement, 2 car attached garage, and more. $129,900 464-6400

28979 M o r l o c k - S . of 8 Mile. E. off Middlebelt. Country atmosphere surrounds this custom 3 bedroom Ranch, built in 1979. Good mortgage assumption, $79,500. Call 261-5080. ,

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32921 Bennett C t . - N . of 6 Mile, E. of Farmington Rd. Custom 3 bedroom Ranch on beautifully wooded lot. Great Room with fireplace. Attractive mortgage terms. $95,000. Call 261-5080.

LOW INTEREST LAND CONTRACT Sharp 3 bedroom brick ranch In good location with finished basmeent, parage Owner says Sell and is willing to deal $45,900

TOWERIN(fTREKS on almoAt W acre toi. Super land contract terms. ^11 brick $ bedroom home wittL k largq family OUTSTANDING Excellent fixed rate room and coxy fireplace plus a 2Vi car mortgage terms available on this beautiful 4 bedroom, 2W bath colonial in a garage A steal at only $51,900. , tpuch sought after location Ready for NAME YOUR TfeRMS'and choose thp immediate occppancy, it offers a gorwsy that fita vcar pocketbOok. This ex- geous kitchen plus formal dining room, ceptionally sharp 3 bedroonp bri
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THREE bedroom brick mack. aneled basement, patio Land COBtrtCt TRAILWOOD OOLON1AL, < sacrifice, 4 bedroom, dan, air coodltloned, partially finished baaemant, Drofessionallv landscaped, excellent condition & location. Aasumable mortgage or land contract terms $104,900

453-0012 BRING AN OFFER on th s sharp Can ton Quad Owner retiring the South. 3 bedrooms, family room i Ah fireplace. basement and attached 1 on large fenced lot $61,9t>0 contract terms Wm. Fefllg Real b tate 4517900

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Owner* extremely anxlo* s to sell this $ bedroom colonial with wi Ik-in cloaetea, family room with fireplace, basement, attached garage, and BLENDED INTEREST RATE $59,900

$15,000 Under Market You 11 entertain with pride In this beautiful 4 bedroom quad-level decorated In neutral tones Features - large family room with wood burning fireplace, formal dining room, modern country kitchen with built-ins. $ full hatha, attached 1H car garage. Land contract terms - $82,900

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CANTON - colonial, par excellence • Gold House ealtors 10% annual rate E-Z assumption Imofediale occupancy oo this sparkling 420-21 bric^ like-new home Large family roomy fireplace, appliances, carpeting all 11% new Lease or buy. Moat homes I selling over $70,000 in area - asking We've foundCHEER a beautlfi 1 Colonial for $67,900 Out state owner says sell. One you with IS years remaining on a simWAy Realty 522 600 or 459 5222 ple assumption 3 fine bedrooms formal CARRIAGE HILLS Sub. Extra sharp living and dining room 'Hat in kitchenbrick ranch backs to woods, features • basement. attached garkge and excelill new thick plush c a r a t , built-in lent condition. $10,600( Assumes the kitchen, basement, central air, family balance of $59,300 room, fireplace, dining room plus eat in kitchen, owner transferred, selling less than paid 3 years ago Call One Way Realty 459 5222 Associates

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So Is the 5% interest rate on this $ bedroom Tudor Colonial, formal dining room, family room with arched fireplace. basement, attached garage and upgrades galore $34,500 Low down payment on land contract terms for a minimum of 3 years.

KOENIG & Associates

455-7320

PLYMOUTH TWP - By owner. 3 bedroom ranch, family room with fireplace, central air, 1*4 car garage, finished rec room $*•% assumption. $69,500. * 459-5025

314 Plymouth-Canton

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NORTH CANTON* best bnf Beeat 4 bedroom tally carpeted Carriage Hills colonial with I H hatha, large master bedroom with walk-to doaat and full bath, formal dtaiaa mom, family room with nataral flropUo*. M l basement, attached t car garage, and • premium 107 f t dean lot backing to creek. Woat last at just $M,H0 with aseumpUoe or land contract tarmal Call

Mine EASY LAND CONTRACT terms with just (MM down payment available with this specious 4 bedroom f i l h carpeted split-level 1H hatha, family room with natural fireplace, 1% car garage, aad much more. Asking just $59,000 Call M1-2M0.

NOVI. By owner. 10*% RAH OUT OF sumption 3 badiooma, 1 full bathe, douFingers counting all tbe extras to this ble corner lot 1 car attached garage. quality PtymoSh ranch. U f a start $17,000 cash can aaaume existing mortwith a lovely home, $ Una bedrooms, Tide Nottingham Forest colonial offers gafe on this newly decorated Bl-level. S% bath*, pmab carpet, family all you could want to comfortable ttv- Drapes, fixtures, new appliances Close tog. 4 bedrooms with NO bath to the to everything. Owner anxious $00,600. living room and dining rooma, ovsr- master suite, family room with fIra- Evas. e x c e p U W k Thurs. 471-1447 atoad attached garage aad loads mora. piece, formal dining room, brick patio Call for price a terms. Priced to the and much mora. Easily affordable toarf low flOO'a. oootract with payments at a low 4 « 0 monthly Priced a t $$3,900 Call Contemporary Ranch. $ bedrooma, lVt 4U-7M0. hatha,, family room with fireplace, basement and 1 car attached garage. v 1$50'»" - historic home conven- All for only $73,900 iently located on IVh acres 1 ascendlnx NEW WORLD GUARDIAN staircases lead to 5 ganeroualy sixed TERMS available aa this outstanding bedrooms and a sewing room Recently • 478-5440 . new colonial located on a premium lot, renovated 1st floor library or den indecorated to lovelv earth tonea Large original wood carved molding* family room with natural fireplace Banquet sued formal dining room with Call today for details hidden fireplace just waiting to be restored. Genuine country kitchen up DOUG COURTNEY led plumbing and wiring. Thia home LAND CONTRACT $5,000 DOWN the potential of being a showpiece home to the Plymouth araa. Easily af- $36,900 11 year old 3 bedroom ranch, fordable long term financing at an un- bass ment, vacant out-of-state owner. Century 11, ABC . 415-3150 believable $70,500. Call 453-7600

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PRICED WELL BELOW market for Immediate sale! AheOluUly delightful « bedroom SVfc bath qaadlonial with 1st floor laandry, family room with natural fireplace, formal dining room, basement, attached 1 car garage aad a premium lot adjoini the paA. Offert accepted. Asking just $410*0. Call LAND CONTRACT terms available on 941 2900. this 4 bedroom, 1 * bath colonial with flrenlacad family room, 1st floor launTRY $0000 DOWN payment on I dry k finished basement fiae Canton sharp and dean $ bedroom Plj location, $11,500 rwp. aluminum ranch In a delij. area. Living room with natu- CHARMING OLDER RANCH STYLE ral fireplace, huge covered patio, just 1 blocks from town. Spadoua living attached garage Asking $54,900 Call room and formal dining room, 3 bed 911-2000. rooma, family room with fireplace, basement and garage. A rare find with $16,000 SIMPLE Assomptioa available attractive financing $17,000. with this Immaculate 4 bedroom fully carpeted 2U bath colonial. Large coun- FIVE YEAR LAND CONTRACT plus try kitchen, living room with bay, fami- the expected quality aad comfort to ly room with natural fireplace, full Plymouth's original Deacon Hill Sub. One acre lot with stream and mature landscaping provides pleasant view to all directions. Large entrance foyer. fMdstone fireplace are only ily a few at of Hartford 429, Inc. 981-2900 the outstanding foatura. Reasonably priced at $1$M00

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Lots of room to roam on this overatoed lot to Plymouth. This super dean 1 bedroom ranch has beautiful hardwood floors, a large utility room plus a 1 car attached garage. Perfect starter home for young marrieds. Excellent land contract terms. For up to 5 years available. Call 453-7000

CENTURY 21 Hartford, West

453-7600

PLYMOUTH TWP. 9301 W. bedroom colonial, family room place, formal dining, air, attached 3 oar,appliances Assume 11%.. 450-011$

CENTURY 21

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AMONG THi OAKS Land Contract Country living on had acre lot. A j p i a h n U 1 bedroom ranch, ooontry kitchen, a Wraplaoaa, 2 extra tevatortee, baaemant raor—Mon room, 2 f t anotoeed parch. 2% oar »arage. lavety aectuded area. Asking <20.008 down on Land Contract. Ownar leaving state. $74300. V

GOOD BLEND RATE - LAND CONCome see all about It! 3 bedroom brick TRACT TERMS - ALSO 8.01% SIM ranch with 3W baths, formal dining PLE ASSUMPTION. Picture perfect room, 1st -floor laundry, slate forer. setting on wooded park makea this 4 centrsi air - up-graded everything bedroom quad Creecendo home In Can$77,900. Ask for: ton a must to see. priced right at $•0,900 JIM COURTNEY

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LAND CONTRACT Mint move-in oondHMw. S bedroom brick ranch with ahiminum trim, 2% ear brick front garage, nice recreation room with % bath. BuNt-in wven and range In large kNohen. Asking $12,600 down on \ 1 1 % tend contract. Quick Occupancy. M2JOO. V

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TALL OAKS Canton Twp. Soawtlful Oak treae eat off thie lovely 4 bedroom home, 2Vi bathe, kMohen buittina, family room hae ftrepieca and doorwaM to large patto and barbecue, oontrai ah, full baaemant, attached 2 oar garage. Mint oondttion. Asking $71,000. — OWNER TRANSffRRIO - MAKE Of F I B - CON SIDE* LANO CONTRACT > N 42S-7J00

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425-7300

FULL BASEMENT 3 BEDROOMS WALUXXWALL CARPETING SELIGMAN k ASSOCIATES 355-1400 716-0660 773-5190

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In the heart oo this delighu Victorian Us delightful Vlcti St Northville. hville 11 bedroom apartment upstairs. Excellent condition. Land cootract or other attractive financing available. Call for details. $79,900

" A L L TERMS" LAND CONTRACT - spacious 3 bedroom brick tri-level with country kitchen, fenced yard and more. Call "TODAY",

$3900 DOWN - sharp 3 bedroom brick ranch with full basement garage and LAND CONTRACT or SIMPLE AS- Land contract terms offered oo this more. Only $33,900 SUMPTION at $%% la offered oo thia very special property. $1 acres just W exceptionally lovelv central air condi- of Northville. Features • 4 bedroom tioned colonial with upgraded features home with family room, enclosed and decor throughout. Truly one of a porch, finished rec room with wet-bar, 538-2000 kind. A full brick wet bar In tbe famllv 3 baths, heated 40 x $0 outbuilding with TODAY room Is lust one of the reasons you will 11 f t ceiling plus traditional barn. Free ANN ARBOR Trall-Farmlngtoo Rd be proud to entertain to this home. Ask gas. Call for private showing. $415,000. area. $5000 down, $495 month, 11% for details, $H,900 rate. 5 years requires this charming ranch • features aluminum trim, Schweitzer Real Estate NOVI - available Immediately 4 bed brick finished basement, oversixe 1 car garage, nice neighborhood, asking room ranch, $550 per month. $57,900 High balance. 11% loan available, immediate occupancy Anxious. 512-6000 on this sharp a bedroom ranch located One Way

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453-6800

in Dearborn Hta. NfFly decorsted, new carpeting throuaMSut\ln£rognd swimming pool, suprf land Gold House Realtors L.C low down, needs fast sale, priced $49,500 for Beacon Trail! 4 bedroom lVfa bath 1 below market, huge 3 bedroom brick 420-2100 §81-1735 story with garage door opener, beamed ranch built 1975, super kitchen with ceiling, crown moldings, beautifully built ins, dining room, carpeting thru Suburban Realtors decorated Special financing available! spac is fa MORTGAGE offers very attractive In- $11$,500 Ask for lea( I to almost half acre lot 349-1212 261-1823 wall leading $47,900 Must see, only terest rate on this 3 bedroom brick FRANK RILEY LOW MILEAGE One owner home in ranch,with fireplace In family room, mint coodition. Features 3 bedrooms, l t t baths, basement, and SIMPLE ASstained woodwork, carpeting, patio SUMPTION also available. $M.900 Terms available. $51,500 349-4030 Gold House Realtors James C Cutler Realty

CENTURY 21

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CENTURY 21

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Century 21

CENTURY 21

459-6000

Gold House Realtors 420-2100

NORTHVILLE - 3 bedroom brick ranch, 1 baths, finished basement. 1 * car garage, walk to schools, $61,000, 11% lie., attractive terms 349-1863

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140 BRITTANY - N. of CberTy Hill. E of Sheidoo. Huge sharp 4 bedroom Cree- NOVI TWP - builder's model, rent with Lowest quad In Sunflower and yet so cendo quad. IVt baths, family room option to buy, 1700 sq. ft. 3 bedroom beautiful 4 bedroom bath, huge with natural fireplace and wet-bar, 1 colonial with fireplace In family room. family room with 14 ft. wall to wall car attached garage, and more. Su 1 car attached garage, $675 Immediate occupancy, must see 651-1666 fireplace, wet-bar, and extra large ga L-C terms Priced to sell In upper $7 rage All this and terms too! $14,700 See you Sunday. NOVI - 3 bedroom brick, utility, carArt for port, GE electric range-refrigerator, JIM STEVENS dlshwssber. Assurrfe 7% Mtge or New 477-6960 Hartford West, Inc. 453-7600 Mortgage $49,900. Owner,

GREAT PRICE

CLARK/FRON REALTY

TOTAL MONTHLY PAYMENT FOR QUALIFIED BUYERS ON FHA-135 Baaed on Sales Price of $41,350 with Mort. of $40,000 st 15*% Total monthly payment of $656.66 less Gov't subsidy of $179.06 Total Home Owner payment $379.60. Annual percentage rate 16* %

CENTURY 21

Earth tone decor and very spacious 4 bedroom, 1st floor utility, den or U brary, formal dining room, underground sprinkler*, simple assumption 10%. Asking $32,900 Bring In your offer Open Sun. 2-5 PM. Call:

424-7300

316

Castelli 525-7900

A STEAL

Low, low down L.C. rambling ranch oo 80 f t lot, 3 spacious bedrooms, dream kitchen, carpeting thru out, family room k Florida room, attached 1 car heated garage, $38,900

Castelli

CENTURY 21

Century 21

525-7900

Gold House Realtors 459-6000

PLYMOUTH - Assume 11*%, 14 CTM OPEN SUN. 1-4PM - 3 Bedroom Brick Ranch. 1 Baths, 44310 GALWAY (S of 9 Mile, W of Family Room, attached 1 Car Garage. $79,900 "kathy rockefeller". Re/Max. Novi Rd ) Foremost 411-6030 ATTRACTIVE 4 bedoom colonial with formal dining room, 1 * baths, 1st floor Custom ranch on 100 ft. lot with 3 bedlaundry, large family room featuring coxy rooms, huge family room with firefull wall fireplace Move in immediateplace, 10 f t living/dining room, utility Country kitchen, fireplace, carpeted, ly Blend mortgage, possible land con room, attached garage, and LAND fenced yard. Many extras. Moving. 11% tract $107,000 land contract, $51,500. 45^8446 CONTRACT terms $07,500

BUYING TIME YOU BETI

REDUCED

ROBERT ~ Realtor W. Ann Arbor Trail Plymouth 453-8200

4 bedroom brick ranch. 1W baths, full basement, attached garage Land con tract. Anxiously looking for offers Far below market

NICHOLS REALTY 348-3044

^ C E N T U R Y 21

SUPER TERMS!

Gold House Realtors 420-2100 SIMPLE ASSUMPTION - lovely 4 bed room quad. IVk baths, family room with fireplace and wet bar", dining room and much more. $91,000.

KEIM

SUBURBAN WEST 261-1600

Believe It or not - here's your financing answer Coxy 3 bedroom brick ranch backing to open land. Family room with fireplace, full basement. lVt car garage $63,900. Ask for:

DANNY REA

Century 21 Gold House Realtors 459-6000

WILL TIPTON 427-5010

THIEF WANTED!

Once-in-a-llfetlme buy - seller trssnferred. Executive colonial priced well below market 4 bedrooms, formal dining room, family room with natural fireplace and finslned basement Must act fast. Simple assumption Ask for:

BOB CRAVER RE/MAX FOREMOST, INC. 422-6030

BY OWNER $3000 DOWN Land contract - 3 bedroom ranch, basement, ZVk car garage, vacant $36,900 Special deal. By owner/broker only. 425-3250 ntury 21, ABC GARDEN CITY, $9,000 assumes 9*.% $264 mo. includes taxes 2 bedroom, large family room, utility room, all appliances, fully carpeted, aluminum exterior, 2 coyered porches, fenced yard. Immediate occupancy, 421-1169

YOU MAY NEVER AGAIN

FIRST OFFERING! CITY OF PLYMOUTH! LOVELY TREES AND LANDSCAPING FLATTER the "All-American" exterior of this pampered Cape Cod adaptation. New narrow exterior aluminum sidjng and trim enhance its crisp and clean appearance. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, a finished recreation room, and garage with opener are only beginning qualities, Newer furnace, roof, Central Air, yester year's cjuality, and decorating pride make this a home you'll want to see. $67,500. ANOTHER AT $62,900. 45^-8200.

in your lifetime, find values like these. We are offeringhundreds of homes with affordable land contract terms.

NEVER BEFORE OFFERED! PLYMO TH! DISTINGUISHED BY ITS CUL-DE-SAC LOCATION and graced by mature I indscaping, this Instantly appealing home is iglnal owner. ITS LOCATION AND SETTING uniquely custom and offered by the WILL BE FOREVER ENJOYED! Vau ted ceilings and clerestory windows In the living room create a dramatic first Im resslon. You'll find 4 bedrooms. 2% baths, a study, formal dining room, 1st floor laundry, family room with fireplace, finished y A car garage with opener. A balcony off the cecreation room, and side entrance master bedroom is just a hint of the any features that make this home thoroughly enjoyable! $159,000 453-8200

316 WMttand Garden City Sharp 3 bedroom ment, S car garage, City All brick set Century 11,

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$6,000 DO* N / 1 2 V 4 % er Rd. Area Warren & If 1 bedroom, kitchen, large workshop. Asking er your terms.

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427-3200 (26 X llX 1 bath, (very big bedroom;

SUMMIT

100 X 3M lot Owner Florida bound Call "BUI Willis" OPEN SU* 1-5PM 522-8000 35400 Farragut, S. of Palmer. W. of MAYFAIR Wayne. Custom 3 bedroom brick bun- REDFORD 1 bedrooms, garage $390® galow Family n x m Apartment in down, Laad Contract, $29 900 basement. 1 car attached garage. On Century 11 Taylor-Cook MxlOO lot Easy lam) contract terms. 316-1600 Will Tipton 1 417-5010 SOUTHREDFORD 3 bedrooms. 1W bathe Land Contract OUR SYMPATHY $15,000 down $57,900 to this owner for haying to leave such s living and dlnbeautiful borne F overslxed THURSDAY- SPECIAL $0,000 pOWN^ Ing room, finished construction In a 20 yeans, 11%. 3 bedroom b r i c ^ b a s e garage, quality ' Land contract or ment, Urge garage, hardwood flocto fine area of We In the midsimple assumption die $50's

Century 21

DRIVf BY and hope the SOU Take a look at this bedrooms, wood the livini room, ment and much i simple aasumf Avoodale, just east land.

HOME CENTER

sign isn't there, inding value. 3 fireplace In itry kitchen. baseLand contract or $42,500 36575 Hix Rd in West

476-7000

$34,500 NEW LISTING ON THE PARK 3 bedroom aluminum bungalow Land contract FHA or VA Call us today*

KOENIG & Associates

455-7320

TEPEE

RAMBLING RANCH

28200 7 Mile

large bedrooms, family room, fireplace. formal dining room, kitchen with Urge pantry 2 fulrbaths. Sharp Land contract terms Priced to sell at $51,900

533-7272

$8000 ASSUMES

3 bedroom maintenance free home 2 car garage, and full baaement Pay menu Including taxes $490 Poaaible large 4|h bedroom Asking $42,900 Ask

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FIRST FEDERAL

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478-3400

FOREMOST. INC. 422-6030

SUPER BUY

302 Birmingham

Low. low down assumption, country atmosphere oo 200 ft. lot, spacious 3 bedBloomfield room ranch, 1 '•i baths, with half bath in master bedroom, natural fireplace, ga- ADAMS • MAPLE area, 966 Madison rage, $46,900 U r g e Colonial 13% financin $110,000 860-341

Castelli

BIRMINGHAM • Popular Pembroke Manor, tastefully decorated brick ranch, b bedrooms, 2 baths, finished basemoit Walk to schools, shopping commulor Flexible financ:ing Open 649-5333 Sun I S) $74,900

525-7900

WESTLAND

No Work Needed

on this maintenance free J bedroom ranch • featuring full basement, 2 W car garage, fenced, and wood deck Fantastic area, price, and terms $55,000

Popular opular Pembroke BIRMINGHAM decora Manor, tastefully decorated brick ranch. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, finished basement Walk to schools committer Flexible financtE Sat -Sun 1-5 $74,900

Call - DANNY REA ATTRACTIVE ASSUMPTION

Gentury 21

(I-in) $37,000 assumes this 9 * % mort age On conveniently located Quad Gold House Realtors evel With Walnut Lake Privileges Quality Birmingham School system 459-6000 Open floor plan offers coxy family en joymertt Soaring cathedral ceiling* are YOUR WORLD is [a Golf Course from very impressive, with much more your family room! As a bonus, get a $110,900 For your own personal tour well-kept 3 bedroom brick ranch with call ML 41697 m baths, 2Vt car garage, basement. Excellent Land contract terms $59,800 -*

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Century 21

VINCENT N LEE EXtCUTIVE TRANSFER SALES

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851-4100 BEVERLY HILLS VILLAGE 3 bed room btick ranch, 2 baths, fireplace, dining toom. Florida porch, attached garage, gas heat New roof, carpet k appliances Open Sun 1-5PM 160«6 IXinbUihe $81,900 647-1736

M.D. HARWELL 626-3800 318 Redford

BEVEW-Y HILLS 3 bedroom brick ranch, fk mi ly room, carpeted rec room in bas*thent with wet bar, central air, 1W biflia. 2 car garage, low $70s 8 * % Msumable. LCor blend 644-5387

ALL OPEN SUN. 2 - 5

Y HILLS - Quad Level with 11336 CENTRALIS Custom built Brick Ii draped living room and Ranch Large l o i 3 bedrooms, 1W step-utt (dining room, firepUced family baths," family room, rec room, garage room |J lovely kitchen with built-ins bedrooms den, 21* baths, at 16294 GARFIELD Lovely Aluminum Three tached double garage l> exquisitely Bungalow 3 bedrooms, rec room, ga landscaped $112,900 rage OPEN TO OFFERS BLOOMFIELD TWP Stately brick k alumii|«m Colonial oo west side of Lahset k N of Quarton Beautiful 170x230 hillside lot 4 bedroon>s library. huge firepUced family room forma) dining room. 1st floor laundry k 19491 WAKENDEN Immaculate 3 bed 2*4 baWw Rec room in basement, cen room Brick Ranch Central air, rec tral aif k attached double garage Call room, VA terms, niew on market for Spocia I Terms'$164,900

19329 GARFIELD. Beautifully decorat ed Brick Bungalow Natural fireplace, basement, simple assumption or lower interest rate A

EARL KEIM

Cranbrook

538-8300 REDFORD INC.

Assoc., Inc. Realtors

BRIGHTMOOR AREA For sale with rental option G*y 1 bedroom, $600 down. Land contract terms Days 476-0396; Evening! 476 6449 TERMS! CO! 3 bedroom Rancl full basement nice ,900 carpeting. Only 255-0037 Rite-Way,

OPEN SUNDAY 2-5

557-3500

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OPEN SUN. 3-5 TH1N« SPRING' Charming Cape Cod backs I to picturesque Oakland Hills Country Club South Course Outstand ing bui with potential 4 bedroom, den plan ftcture window views of slate pa tio an|) majestic fairways 3815 W Maple,' W of Lahser Choose your terms'1129,900 IK FOR SUZANNE MACCIO ASK

(69-de) 20051 DELAWARE. W of Beach. N, of Grand River A great value in this adorable, clean 2 bedroom ranch featuring 1 baths, full finished baaement. 1*4 cat garage Assume the 6 4 7 - 5 1 0 0 mortgage at 10V«% interest with payments of $338 including taxes A must BIRMINGHAM - 4 bedroom fireplace, finished basement. 2W baths, large lot see at $40,900 Land Contract By Owner' Buyers Only' Call. ' 646 7581

Chamberlain

NEW ON THE MARKET! PLYMOUTH! THIS L-SHAPED BRICK RANCH has undeniable exterior appeal and all the qualities for pleasurable living. Antique brick, warm trim colors, and attention to landscaping have created a neighborhood standard difficult to beat. 3 bedrooms, VA baths, country kitchen with new appliances and Solarium kitphen floor. Family room with fireplace, full basement, and attached garage vfith opener. THE LAND CONTRACT TERMS ARE MOST APPEALING. $76,900. 453-8200. '

Century 21

VINCENT N LEE EXECUTIVE TRANSFER SALES

851-4100

CITY OF PLYMOUTH! SENTIMENT RUNS HIGH FOR OLDER HOMES with faithful architecture and graceful proportiohs. This example has a lovely front porch and its condition has been remarkably up-dated In all the important areas. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, formal dining room, a study, a cheerful kitchen, a 20 x 17 family room, basement, and garage. SO VERy SPECIAL AT $75,900. LAND CONTRACT TERMS TOO. 453-8200

BIRMINGHAM. 4 bedoom. 2W bath, full baaement. 1st floor laundry, m car garage, circular drive, air conditioning; $134,000 Less than $24,000 to assume, umej 15*4% VA mortgage 644-7994

NOVI B u i l d e r ' s o w n h o m e with many extraa. Not only does this home have a huge family room, there's a hideaway den for quiet concentration. The home Is perlect for growing family with 4 king-size bedrooms. The huge foyer enhances the entry with a feeling of spaciousness. $85,900. Call 477-1111. (65060)

NOVI Cute ell brick starter home. Neutral decor throughout. Nice lot with lovely mature trees. Great oversized garage with door opener. AML assumption available. Seller will consider second mortgage or VA. $56,900. Call 348-6430. >

Super sharp 3 bedroom ranch, built In 1977. Simple aasumptlon. Home newly re-decorated, beautiful wood cabinets In kitchen, full basement and 2 car garage, built In '81. $49,900. Call 261-0700.

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EMINENTLY LIVABLE, THIS F ,SCINATING AND FAULTLESS OFFERING combines the best of location, Int irior development and value. A home that has welcoming foyer with a gracious circular stairnever been locally repeated _ room with crown moldings and custom bookway. a 26 x 14 front-to-rear Ii cases, a cozy family room wit flgpplace, separate formal dining room, an efflclent applleance-fllled kite a 1st floor laundry, finished recreation room, and attached 2 car garage. A 20 x 15 enclosed GARDEN ROOM Is everyone's favorite summer gathering spot enhanced by a gloriously private rear yard. Oh, yes there are 4 bedrooms, 2|^ nlal with just the proper combination of color handsome Plymouth Wing and brick texture. The gracl is entrance foyer makes a statement for the deThere are 3 bedrooms, 2Vt baths, a quiet study, sign talent found throug family room with fireplace, 1st floor laundry, full formal dining room, a lo< garage with opener. Central Air and underbasement, and 2% car a t t the extra's soon t o be appreciated. $114,000. ground sprinklers are am 453-8200.

CANTON Large, very well decorated colonial in one of Canton's nicest subs. Luxurious upgraded carpeting throughout. Flrat floor l i u n d r y . Profeealonally landscaped with hedges, a brick patio and terraced garden area. $79,900. Call 477-1111. (67144) apeclous and knpreeehre 4 bedroom colonial. 2Vfr baths, large country kitchen with walk In pantry. Family room with fireplace and wet bar. Den, 6 panel doors. Wood deck, oversized garage, sprinkling system, large lot. $80,750. Call 455-7000. (66744) RequeUfy and aatuma low Interest rate on this lovely 3 bedroom, JVk bath colonial In Pickwick VHIage. Features king-size master bedroom, large family r o o m with fireplace and formal dining room. Electric , garage door opener and Central Air. Nicely maintained and priced to sell. $69,900. Call 455-7000.

- WESTLAND Three bedroom, 1% belt) TrWevel. Low Interest rate assumption e n d Land Contract terms offered. $53,500. Call 455-7000. (66816) W W W D I T Y — A L L REASONABLE OFFERS CONSIDERED. Freshly painted, new carpet, ready t o m o v e i n . Over 1400 aquere feet In a country aettlng. $36,000. CeN 326-2000. (66579) Fentaette eeeumpMon Is available on t h l * 3 bedroom 0 ^ * 0 ? haa heet and electric for the meohanic In the family, washer and dryer stay $ 3 6 , 9 0 0 . Call 5 2 5 - 0 9 9 0 . (66672)

LIVONIA

Tiffany Park 3 bedroom ranch with Central Air, family room with natural fireplace, nice large kitchen. Land Contract terms available. $65,900. Call 2610700. Land Contract terms available. Newly decorated, 3 bedrooms, VA baths, large 2 car garage. Immediate occupancy. $56,900. Call 261-0700. (66463) 3 bedroom, well Ineulated, brick ranch, VA baths, updated kitchen, covered patio wjth gas grill, 2fA car garage, finished basement. $49,900. Call 455-7000. For the OLOC WORLD NOSTALGIA in Rosedale Gardens, picture yourself In this 3 bedroom, natural fireplace, cozy home. PLUS the oversized lot. Mr9. Clean llvee here, $62,900. Call 525-0990.

DEARBORN HTS. Great Starter Home, a real doll house. 2 bedrooms, newer garage, newer aluminum siding, nicely decorated. $41,900. Call 525-0990.

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REDFORD Simple aeeumptlonl On this sharp 3 bedroom ranch In south Redford. Newly re-modeled kitchen. Oversized garage and large lot. $56,500. Call 261-0700.

THE HOUSE WITH EVERYTHING! Neutral colors throughout. Larga kitchen opens Into family room making a cheery bright atmosphere! Plus move-In condition. Special financing available. $79,900. SHARP! Describes this lovely 4 bedroom, 7>A bath colonial, located l«i Plymouth Twp. Clean — move-in condition, enlarged floor plan, und(erground sprinkling system professionally landscaped. IAII drapes Ineluded. $ 125,900. A FAMILY HOI This 5 bedroom home is loact^ on a quiet street with double lot in the City of PI nouth. Offering dark room In basement, fireplace In family room, central j s rTiorel! $72,900. air, plus VACANT LAND Building ^ t e — V4 acre in multi recreational community L a k f privileges. 3 hours from Detroit. $7,000. IDEAL LOCATION Almost an acre — country setting, handy to X-way 275. 100' frontage on Northland Dr., Livonia. $30,000 Land Contract terms! THINK COUNTRY! 3 acres Of lightly wooded and rolling property. Milford Twp. $35,000 Land Contract terms!

[HITCHCOCK GftlUiiyof

, 607 S. MAIN ST. PLYMOUTH

GARDEN CITY Land Contract with $10,000 down at 11% interest and $450 F & l for five years. Family ropm. 2 car attached garage. $57,900. Call 326-2000. (65994)

453-2210

478-4100

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302 Birmingham Bloomflald

BIRMINGHAM - Quart on Lake Estates, 1075 Suffield Charming 2 story, 3 bedroom colonial, includes library, heated Florida room, large rec room, walk to Quart on School, assumable mortgage, $112,000 644-3191. 259 6556

BIRMINGHAM $4,900 DOWN Charming 2 bedroom townhouse set in quiet wooded courtyard New kitchen carpeting A lull basement Priced for immediate sale at 162,900 with 9 7/8% land contract terms Call Susan at Anothcny S Brown A Eric Yale Luti 642 1745

VERY EASY LAND CONTRACT TERMS! Why Rent when you can own your own home? A 3 bedroom Ranch with 2 full baths, a semi-finished FULL basement with fireplace, fenced backyard & deck, 2 car garage. Approximately $$7,900. owing at 11%. $550. per month & 2% years left. $66,000.

HOWARD T. KEATING ASSOCIATES, INC. WKLL-MAINTAINED Pillared Coloni di with privileges on Lake Voorheis 4 bedrooms, Family room A lovely patio EXCELLENT L C TERMS' COLONY HEIGHTS 5 Year Old Con temporary 3 bedrooms. 2 to baths, fam ilv room EXCELLENT CONDITION' Land Contract Terms Howard T Keating, 646 1234 W BLOOMFIELD LAKEFRONT Lo^ cated on Middle Straits Lake, only 18 minutes from Birmingham Large 5 bedroom 2 bath A 2 kitchens, with walkout to sandy beach GREAT FAMILY HOMF. IN EXCELLENT < ONDI TON' $131 000 L C TERMS' DESIRABLE ADAMS WOODS CONDO 3 bedrooms. 2 to baths lively Courtyard with patio & backs to heavily wooded area lor total privacy $154,900 ADD TO THF. ( HARM of this "In Town" older home Enclosed front poreh A fireplace in living room Completely updated It is ideal for Single or Newlyweds $46,500 IDEAL STARTER HOME' Slate en trance 2nd floor studio, plus 4 bed rooms Very Clean' Simple Asusnption' Birmingham Schools $58,000 A VIEW OF THE GOLF COURSE l a r g e spacious rooms Sliding cliiorwalls lo decks A patios, many; Nuilt ins in bedrooms & a superb; Muchler kitchen This Condo was de signd with carefree living in mind UDELL. HEWITT A LUCKF.NBACH Designed A DeSempI? built Con tempo rary on 2to6 acre treed lot Heated pool with terraced flower garden A patio !j bedrooms 5 bathrooms, powder room, 1st floor living area with 12 ceilings[ plus family room A pool dressing areaJ Exciting family living in the C"ty Bloomfield Hills

Howard T Keating Associates. Inc. HTK - 646-1234

BRICK RANCH

i65 bil Owner transferred hates to leave this beautiful maintenance freei • bedroom. 2 bath ranch A park like sdtling with almost an acre ami lake privileges Priced to sell Call for details j

Century 21 VINCENTN LEE EXECUTIVE TRANSFER SALES

Century 21 851-7711 EXECUTIVE RELOCATION SERVICES

RANCH CHARMER on large treed set ting offered for quick sale 3 bedrooms. i full baths, fireplaces in living room 4nd master bedroom Assume large Biortgage balance $68,500 ASK FOR WAHREN STOUT

Chamberlain

335-7707

BLOOMFIELD

This exciting Contemporary Colonial with Walnut Lake privileges features terrific gourmet kitchen it a complete ly finished walk-out Lower Level BLOOMFIELD HILLS SCHOOLS LAND CONTRACT TERMS MORTGAGE ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE SELLERS WILL LOOK AT ALL FI NANCING A ALL OFFERS ASKING $279,000

Century 21 626-8000 BLOOMFIELD TWP BIRMINGHAM SCHOOLS

Century 21

ERA

terms.

KEIM

626-4800

Realty North, Inc

559-1300

tiful home had all the desired extras Including TERMS OF BUILDERS CLOSEOUT EVERY KIND...and If someWEST BLOOMFIELD one told you the price was LONG LAKE ESTATES $114,900...would ' y o u be foolish enough not to come For the discriminating buyer West Bloomfield's most prestigious and de- and see...for yourself??? Ask for Dorothy Trickey

Cranbrook

CANTON. Gorgnous coloninl featuring 4 b e d r o o m s , 1Vi baths, d i n i n g r o o m , family r o o m with natural firaplaca, a t t a c h e d garage and i m m a d i a t a occupancy. Negotiable Land ^ C o n t r a c t Tarms and Aanumptk>n a v a i l a b l e 179.900 LW3 476 9100/721-B400.

FARMINGTON HILLS. Newer built 2 bedr o o m c o n d o m i n i u m , upper unit. I m m e d i a t e o c c u p a n c y . Beautiful i n earth tonea. T w o full batha. C a r p o r t . Balcony faced c o u r t yard. Pool and C l u b Houae. L a n d Contract Terms. $56,900 L 8 2 476-9100/721-6400.

FARMINGTON HILLS. Tarriflc Buyt Handyman's Spaclalt A l u m i n u m r a n c h on acre lot f a a t u r i n g 2 bedrooms, dan, 2 car garaga and i m m a d i a t a o c c u p a n c y . Call Jaan Proch for dataits. $40,900 LE3 476-9100/721-8400.

FARMINGTON HILLS. B l e n d e d m o r t g a g e available on this 2 b e d r o o m a l u m i n u m ranch. Darling home. B e a m Celling, newer c a r p e t i n g t h r o u g h o u t . Country, o p e n t r e e d lot. Alao available edjecent vacant lot. $34,900 LJ2 476-9100/721-6400.

REDFORD TWP. Wall m a i n t a i n e d a l u m i n u m homa, claan and nharfj, 3 bad r o o m a, d i n i n g room, basement, garaga and vary b e a u t i f u l yard w i t h 16*32 g u n i t a pool. Land C o n t r a c t T e r m s offere
HAMBURG. Beautiful view of lake and sunaeta. 62' frontage on Big Ore Lake. S u m m e r cottage, c o m p l e t e l y f u r n i s h e d . Land Contrect Terms. Call tor details. $49,500 LR5 476-9100/721-6400.

WESTLAND Fantastic homa w i t h many c u s t o m features, 4 b e d r o o m s , family r o o m w i t h natural fireplece, flnlahed baaememt, a l u m i n u m 2 car garage a n d B l e n d e d Ratea. Call Jean Proch for particulars. $56,900 LM1 476-9100/721-6400

OPEN SUNDAY, 2/28/82 f r o m 1:00-4.-00 p.m. 3347 Joeephine, N. M i c h i g a n / E . Wayne. Extra aharp 2 or 1 family h o m e on q u i e t deed e n d street. Features 3 b e d r o o m s , 2 full baths, full baaement and Land C o n t r a c t Terms. $44,900 WJ2 478-9100/721-8400.

476-9100 721-8400 455-5200

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PLYMOUTH

FAJR TOWNE CO.

626-8000 O P E N SUN., 2 - 5 Brick Ranch. ALUM. TRIM. 3 bedrooms, 2 tjaths, full basement, attached garage. LAND CONTRACT TERMS. ASSUME or BLENDI Only $79,900.. 32403 Nottingham Knoll; N. of Northwestern Hwy. & W. of Middlebelt.

CENTURY 21

West Bloomfield Schools

CLASSIC COLONIAL (l-ki). Newer 8 room colonial 4 bedrooms, 2 to baths, situated on high, premium, prestigious lot. Early occupancy 100% basement Located in an area of property appreciation. Call for personal tour and financing details. ML 47316

Century 21

), Treat yourself to tbe best home, location and best bargain for the money Don't delay See this beautiful 4 bedroom, lto bath colonial located on treed setting. Family room with woodpegged floor and glass enclosed Florida room are just s few of the features to enjoy In this cosy family home. A real bargain at $129,900 For your own personal tour call. ML 44606.

Century 21

VINCENT N LEE EXECUTIVE TRANSFER SALES

851-4100

VINCENT N. LEE EXECUTIVE TRANSFER SALES

EXECUTIVE RANCH Open Sunday • 2948 Woodland Ridge tipelan Spacious, rare 4 bedroom, Pom design, with 2*4 baths, central air, sprinklers, finished basement Bloom field Hills Schools, W Bloomfield taxes $35,000 down to assume mortgage Un-3417 der $200,000 Ow«er

851-4100

LONE PINE Rd /Orchard Lake Rd bedroom, 2 to bath Quad-level. Many features A extras Large assumable mortgage. Bloomfield Hills Schools By 851-1554 owner $144,900

FOR READY BUYER!

10TO% SIMPLE ASSUMPTION of $74,500 balance due 2009, offers FAN TASTIC opportunity for purchase of deluxe colonial on wooded cul-de-sac set ting Neutral decor, 2 fireplaces (1 In mater bedroom), decking, much more! $123,500 ASK FOB KATHY COMBS

Chamberlain 6 4 7 - 5 1 0 0

459-2430

W

Weir, Manuel, Snyder & Ranke

OTHER OFFICES West BBloomfield, Birmingham, Troy AVURN A I R R I ^ R E IN: I U . TU>AT IAAMIIAM D inMinnh T r n v I& Rochester Dnrkaalar

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Century 21

2 story custom designed A qoaliry built contemporary featuring 4 large bed-, ROBEC PROPERTIES rooms. 2 full baths with skylites, 2 half baths, full basement with winding stair 851-7711 case, oversized 2to car garage, circular EXECUTIVE RELOCATION driveway, dramatic foyer with ceramic SERVICES tile and winding lucite staircase Verv PRE-LISTING SALE TIRED OF LOOKING? If you want a large sunken great room with wet bar A marble fireplace, private study, formal Magnificent traditional home In Bloom great location, lovely home, newly field Hills school district Half acre, fuldecorated A with terms for $74,300, dining room ly landscaped setting Professionally call Owner/Realtor 646-4239 Kitchen fully equipped with double decorated with custom lighting and FRANKLIN, luxurious custom ranch, oven, micro-wave, Jenn-Air cook top, neutral decor Enjoy the luxury of prilarge basement with cedar storage custom designer formica cabinets, in- vate master suite mjth fireplace Air room, 1 y« acre treed lot, 4 bedroom, 2 stant hot. deluxe dishwasher, double conditioning, sprinkler system Outside lull A 2 half baths, cathedral beamed door refrigerator It doorwall leading to lighting oo timers, 2 additional flreces, and large deck-patio, with pri : ceiling in large foyer A living room, large rear wood deck vate childrens playroom, can be youri formal dining room' large paneled fam ily room, superb storage, utility on First floor laundry with washer It dryer in this Immaculate executive home. main level, automatic sprinkler A It large closet Master bedroom suite Creative financing available Priced at alarm Buyers only $290,000 626-7070 with his A her walk-ins, dressing vanity, $215,000. Open Sun 2-5. 4079 Winterset JacuzXi. whirlpool plus shower, re- Lane, S of Long Lake Rd , 4 blocks, W. ' 851-0056 cessed lighting throughout home Secur- of Middlebelt ity system Total energy efficient Wood LAND CONTRACT windows 1" strofoam insulation on exSimple Assumption Available on this 3 bedroom English terior. 12" ceiling insulation. 1 air con- Freshly decorated and newer carpeting lto story brick home in Beverly Hills ditioners It 2 furnaces plus much more thruout Master bedroom lulte/fireBeautifully landscaped, including auto place keynotes this large 4 bedroom comatic sprinklers, patio, A gas BBQ. lots ily $2 lonial 2to baths, fsmlly room, swim of storage $106,500 Call now for showing clulwiearby. Vacant Submit your offer. Action priced. $102,900 SOUTHWOOD CONSTRUCTION Moo - F r i , 8 30 to 5 476-5345 Sat A Sun 661-1335 Assoc, Inc Realtors BY OWNER SECONTINE ASSOC. 855-2200 Beautiful ranch features 2 way Califor626-8800 nia driftstone fireplace W Bloomfield schools 20% down on 11% L.C. Reduced from $98,500 to $87,900 363-8415

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Century 21 FARMINGTON HILLS

sirable area Long Lake Estates 3450 sq ft of total pure luxury

BIRMINGHAM- Brick lto story. 3 bed room central air, full basement, 2 car garage. Fenced landscaped yard, low down payment. l l t o % assummable mortgage. $78,000 By Owner Buyers Only Days 646-2700, Eves 649-6775

B ^ E N D or A S S U M P T I O N on this cozy Livonia ranch h o m e on a large lot, 2 b e d r o o m s , fully c a r p e t e d , 2 car garage, $47,900.

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Century 21 FAIR TOWNE CO.

626-8000 12 MILE/LASHER excellent 4 bed room colonial. 1st floor laundry A mas ter bedroom. 3 to baths, den 2 to ga rage 10% LC $89,000 Frank 862 1470

307 Milford-Highland MILFORD. builder's own home 2,800 »q. ft., brief A cedar, 3 large bedrooms baths, many fine extras Walk to ing. $88,000 685 0242 school A I MILFORD Beautiful older 5 bedroom home 2 to baths, barn wood kitchen natural fireplace, full basement, all utilities. $7,500 down. 9% LC $59,900 Open Sun |2 to 7 PM 685 2680 time to build your new on newly available or oo other lower than ll rates We have Lots availcases, we can take your equity in Xchange as vour down pay Craft Homes, Inc, 2550 ment ad. Highland, Ml 887 6200 Highland NOW IS home, MSHDA f

306 Rochester-Troy AFFORDABLE TROY newly remod eled 4 bedroom colonial 2to car ga rage, central air, finished basement. Florida room Long term Land Coo tract at 10*i% with only $14,000 down at $89,900 Buyers only 528 3126

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A T T R A C T I V E 3 b e d r o o m Livonia ranch h o m e , family r o o m , recreation r o o m , fully c a r p e t e d , Central Air, garage, $74,900.

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Century 21

$5,000 - CONTRACT Executive style 4 bedrooms, Country kitchen, family room fireplace, deck sprinkler system Flexible price-terms Rite-Way, 255-0037

Century 21

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S P A C I O U S 4 b e d r o o m h o m e in Novi's O r c h a r d Hills. 2 full baths, family r o o m , fully c a r p e t e d , a s s u m p t i o n , Blend. $84,500.

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Century 21

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306 Southfiold-Lathrup

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Land Contri WEST BLOOMFIELD 2 story frame home with BY OWNER, beautiful 7 bedroom LAND CONTRACT BIRMINGHAM - DOWNTOWN BLOOMFIELD HILLS LAND CONTRACT 3 bedNewer ranch, 3 bedrooms, Jto b«U». Unique offering by owner, completely » bedroom Colonial In beautiful Rolling Preach Provincial house, with pool, on (16-ar). Priced to sell, this lovely 1 bed- country kite! family room, fireplace, secluded deck, redone 3 bedroom home on 1 lots, over- Hills Subdivision. lto hatha, family 4 acre lot on wooded private roed In room colonial with formal dining room, rooms, 1 bath, floor 674-1776 large family room with fall wall firecentral air, built-in kitchen. 1st floor looking river and town. Jacuxxl hot tab, room, fireplace, glM.gtt Call M - Farmington Hills. ' divided ideal for chlldi laundry, attached garage, walk-out 800 sq ft of heart of redwood deck. gH7 place, central air, large master bedBY OWNER - Farmington Hills. Large areas and basement. 20% down. 11% LC Exclu- Specimen landscaping, oak Interior k 1 bedroom ranch. Deep lot, trees Apri room, full basement arid 1 car attached Into two sleepli CENTURY 21 many more features. Large assumable sively handled by John Callan, garage $64,900 vacy. Finished hessmant with dry bar. or study a common slttii OLD ORCHARD Roe Koberson, '549-5405 " or 280-0141 moruge at 11to%. $225,000 644-1826 » year Land Contract at 11%. $n,$00 area. $42,900 or best offer Cell (or appointment, 666-1614 or 47441M BIRMINGHAM BLOOMFIELD HILLS INTEREST FREE OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 CLOSE OUT OF BUILDER S MODELS VINCENT N LEE LAND CONTRACT BY OWNER SAVE! Price reduced. $174,500 to $189,000 EXECUTIVE TRANSFER SALES 1573 BOWERS (7-we). For first year on this rustic coo- Rdhing Oaks tab 4 bedroom colonial, 3 TO CHOOSE 1ST OFFERING Sharp 1 bedroom, 1 temporary 4 bedroom, I H bath colonial m hatha, approximately MOO sq. f t ROBEC PROPERTIES 851-4100 4 bedroom, 2 to baths, family room, bath brick ranch New gas h e a t j u r u e . bcikW'i model ready to move Into. Old Central air A vacuum system, circular den. formal dining room, large kitchen •GREAT 5 YEAR LAND CONTRACT* country quality and workmanship drive, auto lawn sprinkler pies many 642-2550 LAND CONTRACT Ii breakfast nook, patio One with carEXECUTIVE RELOCATION fee ture* Land contract at (7-ea). Terms now available oo this de$72,900 throughout Builder Is open to many fipeting Ii draperies Landscaped. HIMM. SERVIC BIRMINGHAM REAL ESTATE nancing options to assist purchaser 10%% Asking $119,900 Will accept sirable I or 4 bedroom, 1 bath quad11% Land contract - 30% down or new lie offer. M da; occupancy. level In prestigious MEADOWBROOK LATHRUP VILLAGE 16441 Saratoga, 1111,900 Call. reasonable 12V«% AML Mortgage 20% down After fpm 641-1641 HILLS Situated on ideal setting back- last boose on dead end street, owner 642-4500 Open Son. 1-6 For Information Ii appt. - 644-4024 ing up to wooded, private area. Home built 4 bedroom, 2 to both, 2 fireplaces, CHARM, VALUE, LOCATION This t reflects pride of ownership. Price com- family room, large country kitchen, bedroom brick Colonial has 1% baths, petitively at $124,900 For more details custom cabinets A all |t>uilt-ins, large 2 VINCENT N LEE central air, family room with fireplace, on land contract terms, call. MAGNIFICENT VIEW W i n g Colonial storied foyer, circular stairs A marble EXECUTIVE TRANSFER 8ALE8 finished rec room, extra insulation of Oakland Hills Country Club 5 bed- Beautiful executive borne In the City of floor, air conditioned. 2 xoned ga^beat. 851-4100 LOW INTEREST ON LAND CONroom ranch with family room, screened Bloomfield Hills. 4 bedrooms plusguest decorator Interior, walking distance to TRACT. 664.900 ch, 2 rec' rooms, huge yard Walk to suite, 4 to baths, family room, rec' all schools 10to% - good land contract Regis $143,000 room, custom kitchen, decks, 3 car gaLAND CONTRACT terms $139,000 By appointment only VINCENT N LEE rage & 2 V, acres all landscaped 559-1149 EXECUTIVE TRANSFER SALES AVAILABLE UNIQUE & CHARMING Fred Pierce, Inc. Spacious pillared colonial In high ap851-4100 Contemporary Cape Cod overlooking OPEN HOUS t SAT 2-5 preciation sub Built 1977. Ceramic 647-1414 Birmingham Country Club. Great room, 29931 Rambling, thfield. W of foyer, 4 bedrooms, lto baths, stooe fireLAND CONTRACT TERMS Southfield formal dining room, library, 3 bedM.D. H A R W E L L So Webster. place. corner lot backs to wooded area. Coxy 3 bedroom Ranch on dead end (12to MileRoad. rooms, finished basement $110,000 Rd.) 4 be
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