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Five challengers take on two incumbents In
school election
Voter" In the five POlnte~ Jnd d pm tlOn of
H3!1'nr Wo'ld~ \Illl ,elect lId; ,tiJlJ,Jtlc, lIum d
field of seven m the June 12 <,thou! bO'lld elet
tlOn
Pel sons mtelested m I unlllng tm d 10111 I edl
telm on the board had unhl 4 pm Mondd) to
submit a petitIOn fOi cdndldaC\
• JulIe Bourl<e bO'lld I lte pre"ldent
of
C,lO"se Pomte Farm~
• Ilene H Burchard of Grosse Pomte Farms
• Bryan K Kadnch of Grosse Pomte Wood,
• ,]ohn D MIll; of GIOSse Pomte ShOles
I'l.hm
'h, "ere ol dlotllel
CandlJak,
hdll' until ThUl sddY AplII 13, to wlthdra"
thell petitIOns
• Cvntbld
J PfIJH!hOl n of (,-, n....
q~
Pn1n+r
Fat m,
• Lmdd Schneldel, bOdId '" u etdl" of (,1 o"~e
Pomte Woods
• Gle/-{olY Villch ot GIO'''' POInte Wood,
, r '"''
'I he GIO..,"" POinte New;, \1 III mtel VieW each
t,mdldatl and publlbh plOfile~ t\IO I\eeks before
the ejectIOn m the 1 hUI '>da" June 2, edItIOn
SII/I It \ A M(Shane
All petltlOns diP ,ubJeLt to lahdatlOn, the)
fiU,t h,\\e at \",\<,t 40 'l/-{natUles of I el;l,t€led
Your Community Newspaper
Grosse
48 pages
Vol. 56, No. 15
N~ws
Gro~~ePointe, Michigan
Fit and fun
Friday, April 14
The Easter Bunny \ ISltS
Village
Locksmith
and
Home RepaIr on Mack 111the
Farms flOm 2-4 p m - the
10th annual VISIt of the eVI'l
popular labblt TheIl' WIll be
chaclate eggs and helium
balloons fOl chllillen
The
Eastel Bunny IS also sched
uled to VIS!t on Saturday
ftomllam
2pm
Poupard first-grader Ash.
ley Allemon, lelt, luggles
colorful scarves dunng o.n
eye-hand coordination exercise. while Monteith gym
teacher
Gail Fredericks.
below. shares some tennis
hps with students during
the Grosse Pointe Public
School
System's
annual
Saturday
elementary
enrichment festival held this
year at Parcells
Middle
School.
About 300 students from
the district's nine elementary schools participated in
the thematic program that
focused this year on fitness
and nutrition. The program
was split into three 4Sminute programs that focused on eye safety. nutrihon,
dental
hygiene,
• physical fitness and COOtamation.
swimming
and
sports. Classes were taught
by public school leachers
and community members.
Monday, April 17
Because Apul 15, the tra
dltlOnal last day to file taxes,
falls on a weekend thiS year,
taxpayers Will have until 10
pm to mall m tax returns
at the Grosse POlllte post of
fice branch at 18640 Mack
All mall dropped off before
10 p m WIll have an Apnl
17 postmark and be consld
ered mailed on time by the
IRS
'The GlOsse Pomte Woods
City Councll meets at 730
pm m city hall at 20025
Mack
The CI ty of Grosse POlllte
counCIl meet;, at 7 30 p m m
city hall at 17147 Maumee
Tuesday,
Pht to<, by RQsh Sdtnr~
April 18
The Grosse POInte Shm es
counCil convenes at 7 pm III
the V IlJage offices, 795 Lake
shole
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The EastSide Repubhcan
Club holds Its monthly meet
mg m the GlOsse Pomte
Woods counCil chambers at
7 30 pm
Scheduled
guest
speakers
lllclude
school
board preSident Carl Ander
son and ChriS Fenton, an as
slstant
superintendent
for
the Grosse Pomte school sys
tern
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Communities win more power
from the new transi~ authority
By ChIp Chapman
SlaffWnler
With fOlll of the five GIOsse
POInte~ and otheJ commumtJes
m the count)
'optmg out" of
the ne\\ W,n ne Countv 11 anslt
Autholltl
and the May 23 1/3
mill ,olp the Wayne County
bomd of comml~<'loners ha'\ re
<,tOlpn sonl(' control to the com
nluntlw"
W,n ne Count, "as tn ml;
to ~ho\ ( dOli n Olll thl Odt~ a
pi opo",l th'lt \\ a~ not In our
best
IIIt"l( ~h
~ald count,
comml,,-"Ionel AndIC" R'chnel,
II ho<;(' 1~t nt~tl\ct
mcl\lde~ the
POIIII(, and Harpel
Wood,
B"ca IISC communlt IP' put
ple~Sllle on the county. the au
thOllt) ha~ Ix'en H"tructurl'd
'
T1lP 110mn of comml"-'Ioners
pa%ed thp rc\ l«en milcle~ of
IncorpOi atlOn ApI II 6 ~vmg
communlllP'
mOlP mput In ml
thollt\ decl'Hon'
In'IP,,,1 of Ih( Ollffllnl thl ee
memb"l l">lrd \"t1) t\\O of the
m"mbel'
cho'oCn h,
Wayne
Counl\
",rctlll\
p Eel Me
Namara, the authollty's
bomd
\\l1I
no\\ have mne member<;
McNamara
Will appomt
the
additional eIght members of thr
board, but no\\ 1\ Ith the con
bent of the board of commlS
slOners
The ne" Ie\ IblOns also cap
the number of mll1~ the aulhor
Ity can seek from voter~ at 113
of a mIll Although the authOi
It) IS only «eekmg 111 of a mIll
m the Mal 23 electIOn t)w old
milcle" can tamed a C,lp of 5
mIll, which th" authollt,
(auld
seek f,om vote I<;
The commumlJp<, \\ III get a
\I nttpn
commltmpnt
from
SMART
(Suhlll ban
Mobl',t)
Authont\
for Rel;lon,'l 11 an,
pOliatlOni that hu~ 10utl'S \\ ill
not be ~wltched 10 othel parts
of the county. Richner ~atd
The authontv
not S;\IART
now ha~ the dl~crct\()n a~ to
\Ihrther
thr authOllt\
"hould
Ils..,ump "'MART <, halllhtlp,
Ilnd collecl1\p bargmmng
com
mltments
Al~o the aulhonl\
\\11l IX'
50~
Since 1940
dl"-,oh£'d one \\eek afiel the
Mav 23 electIon If the millage
fmh
4'\Vf' got .:.,offie mnJOl cone£" ....
SIOn<;
Rtchn(l
~ald
' Com
mUlIllI leadcl' can nOli £'1alll
ate ch lUge' In th" authOllt)
and commltmenh
b, S;\IART
to not cut ,;en Ice and detel
mlnP hOI\ lx.,t to pi 0\ tde a lell
able and ~t Iblc tlaJbPOli'ltl0n
"",t( m fOl Ihen I e"c1l'nh \dnll'
b,\1 InCIn/-{ the I1lt"I('~I, of t,l'
P'\\ Ch
\n ad\ ('lil<;('lI1elll ,\ppe11I1\g
m the GIO''>e POlllt(' 'l/ell~ la,t
\\lek
pind fOI hI thp (~Ie1''''
Poml£, Demo< I ,IIIC Club
,IC
(IN.d
Rtchm I oj c1oll1g (\( l"\
tlllllg pO"'hl" 10 g, I \Olll 1I1\
to Il1th,h,1\\ flOm till ~\1 \Hj
hll~ <;I,t('m
Thl dd contmn' II1COII(ct III
fOJm'lllon Rlchn"l ~,lId
1 h,\d ,\ IIntnl",\ oj I" ohh tn'
Illth tll(' m\\
\\lthOlltl
not
SMART
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thr COmnHII1l11C,of Ih'
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April 13, 1995
School board OKs pair
of millage proposals
over Taylor's objections
By Shirley A McShane
StaffWnler
Standmg firm m hIS OPPOSI
tlOn to a five yem mJilage re
quest,
GIOSse POInte school
bOal d trustee Sears Taylor on
Monda) voted agamst placmg a
pair of millage requests on the
June ballot
Tay lor also cast a nay vote
agamst a five year technology
plan, ill afted by supellntendent
Ed Shme, 1\ hlch supports the
dt;,tllct's 1eque,t fOl funds and
pI 01 IdlS a bluepllnt
fOl tech
nology ImplOvements
'We have a Significant dlffel
ence m philosophy;'
Taylm
sdld to the bOdrd followmg
thlee votes m which the bOald
appl 0\ ed the technology plan
and the tl\O m\lIage lequests,
votmg 6 1 on edch I\lth Taylor
opposing all three
'You &lId after the last elec
tJOn that you wel e gomg to hs
ten to the commumt\
and now
) ou dpprO\ l the bame proposal
With the technology piece bro
ken off Thel e IS no SPlllt of
complotm;e,"
TaylOi said, dl
Iectmg h IS comments to board
pi eSldent Carl Anderson
Votel ~ last Feb 7 II ele asked
b) the school dlStllct to appro\ e
hlo mIllage requests, one fOJ 18
mIlls on non home~tead proper
tie;" m 01 del to quahfy fOl the
btate gualanteed pel pupil foun
datIOn 1,'1 ant of $6,500 The sec
and leque~t for 85 mills on
home,tead
plopeliles
lias de
feated
"I talked
to md) OJ s, Clt)
counell membel~,
semor Cltl
zens, pal ('nt~ and communlt)
!,'1oup<, and I hehe\e there IS
<;upport fOJ t)ll~ nullage
An
del '>On"aid
In Olll talks \\ Ith the may
01, and
the CO'!llllumt), lie
fOllnd th,lt It lias not the dollal
amount (the) oppo"cd 1II tllP
la,t electIOn I but Ih,lt thel (' wa,
a dlStlllst of the --ehool dls
tl Itl' <;dld bom d lleasUl el Glo
I Ia Komler
Thel dldn t think
II e d spend all the lnemel on
tethnolog,
hke 11(' ~md \\C
Ilould
See VO I E, page
12A
Technology
plan issued
by schools
By ShIrley A McShane
StaffWnter
Respondmg
to suggestIOns
from the public followmg the
fal1U1e of the millage request
last
February,
the
Grosse
Pom te ~chool dlStllCt has Issued
a live yeal technology plan to
hdck ItS request
for 1 3255
nllll~
VoleJ s on June 12 Will be
asked b) the school dlstnct to
applOve t\\O proposals
one fOl
68303 mIlls for general operat
mg pUlpOseS and a second for
1 3255 mills to be dedicated to
technolOgical Improvement
In February's
electIOn, both
I equests wele consohdated mto
one ballot questIOn Voters ap
PlOved the dlstnct's request for
18 mills to be leVied on non
homestead
propert1Cs but de
feated a request fOl 85 mills on
homestead propertIes
"We have had a technology
plan smce 1990." saId superm
tendent Ed Shme at the April 3
school board meetmg
'Last
Spl mg the technolog) commit
tee updated It and \1 e trans
lated It mto a five year plan"
Shme said based on feedback
flam the public followmg the
falllll I' of the 85 mill lequest
and dl~cuSblOns among school
bom d members, the technology
plan needs to be a <eparate bal
lot qlle~tlOn WIth an outhne of
h,)\\, \\hele
and when
the
money Ilould be spent
The plan call, fOl
• EqUlppmg all c1as~1oom~
II lth iiI e complete
computer
1I0ikstatJOns,
related
equIp
ment and leammg
and age
"pplOpllate sofhl are
• EqUlppm" high school tech
1I010!,'1I,\bs
• Estabhshmg and pqUlppmg
See TECHNOLOGY,
page 12A
Of INT,EREST,
Joseph DeJonckheere
POINTER
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April 13, 1995
Grosse Pointe News
Patrons angry over Park pullout from new county transit authority
By Jim Sllckford
Staff Writer
Clt\ CouncJll\londal
mght and
let councJlmembel s knOll hall
the\' felt about the lOunul\
\ ote to opt out of the llell
\Va} ne Count\ 'I1an~poliatlOn
AuthOllt\
l\laYo.
Palmel
Heendll
,tdlied off the SMAR r update
-,e~slOn b} e'\plallllng the Ulun
cll ~ pO"lt!Oll on the mallei He
told the pubhc that the Pal h
II as llOt the onl} POinte to opt
out of the tl an"polt,ltlOn ,Ill
thOlltl
'On Wedne"dal Apll! 5 lep
Fllenw, and U~l ~ of SMART
metlo DetlOlt ~ bu, tl an~pol tel
lIOn sen Ice. \ l>Jted the Pal h
SMART workers
to forgo pay
for two weeks
SMART'~
emplo) ee~ ha\ e
agreed to II DI k II Ithout pa,
checks fm h\ 0 II eeb m l\Ia} so
bu. servIce can continue unm
teITupted m the tl I county al ea
through the mIllage electIOn
From page lA
In an agreement .Igned April
10 m Roval Oak, emplo\e8. of undel the 1.111 and the plOb
all five SMART
balgalllmg
lems \\lth the authouty's 'truc
umts II III fOlgo paycheck> on tUle
Ma) 12 and 19
The <id also ~aId that Gl o~
Non lepl8sented
SMART
POinte Shore~ offiuab voted to
employees II III also be 1\ 01kmg IIlthdtdll flOm SMART ThiS I,
without paychecks dmlng tho~e untlue
two weeks
GIOS-<,BPOinte TOiln~hlp, the
"We cany 0\81 32,000 Iideb
pOitlon of the VIllage of Gros~
e,ely day and a lot of them POinte Shores l\lthlll Wa} ne
don't have an, other II ay to get
to II ork the doclOI'~ office 01 to
the glOcelY store." sald Flo} U
Best, president
of the Amal
The nel\ MED CARD I' nOli
gamated Tran~lt UnIon. Local
dnd u~e, d ,pecld!
1564 "Our membel~ knOll hOlI d\dllable
genel.Hed
In"el t
Important the bus IS to our cus {OmpUlel
1\ hl{h
enable, e'\tenSl\ e llledl
tomers dnd ale \lllImg to en
ldl d,lta to be In,lelnt"
d\<l1I
dure the haldshlp
of payle~
dbk III laoe of medlc';l emel
paydays to make sure bu~ ser
vIce Isn't mten upted for OUI gen{\
fhe pld<,tll ld.d 1<, Ildllet
customers"
medl
If the 1/3 mill tax IS passed ~ued dnd dId, emelgenl\
In Wayne
and Macomb coun ,al pel~(lllnellll makmg m~tdnt
ties on May 23. employees Will deCISIOns ba;ed on a{cUJate up
receive thelf back pay for the to date mfm matlOn The cal d IS
dlso helpful
fOl IIldl\ Idual~
missed paydays
"WIthout
our umon's
sup II Ithout any pIe e,{l~tmg medl
port. we never
would have Cd! condition as then medIcdl
begm at once
made It thiS far," saId SMART t1 eatmentwn
Fee miDI nMtlOn .\lId dn dIJ
mterIm genelal manager Mike
Duggan "It's not easy keepmg phcdtlOn tan be obtallled h\
01
selfdddle~"ed
people IIDlkmg hald eve!) day 'ending
when they haven't had a raloe ~tdmped em eJope 10 SBH Inl
126 E \Vmg Stleet. SUite .317
In four years and to '1'01k WIth
out gettmg a paycheck sholls a 4.1lmgton Helght~ IL 60004
A "malleI tag \elSlOn to at
real dedICatIOn to am riders"
Authority
le,ent,ltl\e~
flom
all
tIll'
POll!te~ met II Ith ~l\IART olli
uals
Heenan
~dld
W"
db'! eed to IIOJh II Ilh the .Ill
thOllt, out the mall! 'lue.,tlOn
"f 1\ ho I III !.h.\ o~rA!\1 , ,,2v
million debt I~ d plOblem \'e
a! I' 8 peJ{ent of the Wlll1tl \
bEV Illth onli .3 !J"l{ent ot lb
populatlOll
~ Ith othel Will
mUllltle~ optmg out the debt
bUJden II III fall e\ en hedl lei
on the Pomte'
Heendn said that the Pomte,
oile dll aid of d ~hppen slop" of
; ;;
;
cICepmg tl .In~pOl'tatlOn tdl.
Heendn noted. a numbel of
chang'''' 111 the dltlc1e. of lnlOl
pOlta tlOn IIel e mdde dddt e'Omb
lonlel n~ I dl,ed by Pomte 011i
lJ ••b
~lJUn{lhnellltJeJ
Veillon
Au~hel mdn
II ho pI e\ loush
\oted to opt out of the authOi
It}
~dld thdt
"Ith
the~e
change. he lIould con~ldel opt
Illg back III
Thl~ \1 a~ good news to the
daten 01 <,() audIence membel S
who Ulged the council to Jecon
'Idel lt~ SMART \ote
,I
; :.: ;...
COUnty. \ oted to opt out of the
authollt}
not out of SMART
A, .1 I esult of the Sh(ll e, d{
tlOll, SMART cut Ib 630 lOute,
II hlCh 581\ ed the ShOl es fOl'
IIlg the commumty
to u~ D
DOT (Detroit Depaliment
of
TrdnoportatlOn) bu~e~ along the
same 10Ute
"No one has advocated II lth
mawmg flOm SMART 01 telml
.
natlllg It. blls '>81 Vile, el.cept
SMART.
Ibelf
he ~aId
'Rathel, OUI communities have
been Justifiably concelned II Ith
the dt acoman pi OVlSlons 1m
posed by the new]) fOImed au
thmlt). dnd hdve been IOn.ld
cling how II e can be~t pI OVIdI.'
a rellable publlc tl anspOltatlOn
~,stem for the edst SIde •
Commullltle. that
out of the authollty
back m and get the
sue on the May 23
tdth to } OUJJdlket O} ,hOe 1,1,e only If they do so by
I~ dbo
IllcJuded ,md I~ pu fect
fOl cJlIldl en 111 JOggPh II ho
don't ,all I a II.dlet I he p<lll
'ell fOJ Si 95 lIltlu,!ln" ,Illp
plllg
MED-CARD may save your life
Se>\el al pel ~ons m the audl
e]Jce pOinted Ollt that a~ good
,I' PAATS l~ llJ pwvldlllg' locdl
tl elnSpOltdtlOn It doe~ not ha\ e
the "Ieep
of '>MART Th('\
<"ud that d numbel of the eld
el h \I ho can t dIll e but wdnt
to ledd dtlll e III e, depend on
SMARr
to get IIhele
they
Wdllt to g'0
Other~ bald th<it a numbel of
busmessc~ depend on SMART
to get then emplo} ees to 1101k,
e~peclall\ the hospitals Othel ~
~ald that the} u.e SMART to
get to 110l h III downtoll n De
tlOlt, while some ~ald a Ie
gland I tl an~pDl tat IOn 'ystem I~
needed to make metlo Det! OIt a
I lable compet!tOI 111 the na
tlOnal HOnOm\
Se\elal coullcilmembers ~aId
have opted
may get
1/3 mill l~
ballot but
APlil 19
A SOLID CHOICE
When all the fme
Lhdractefl,tIL,
of
\ohd ,urfdcmg dre
by Gene
taken 1010 Lomlderauon It"
hard to turn It down as a lholce
for countertop mateflal Begm
II Ilh the fact that tlus blend of
pol}e,ter and/or acrylic re,InS
with mmeral fill
e" offers a lustrau\ look and sl!
ky feel Ihat I'
often wmpared
with
,t 0 n e
However, It lend,
Itself to easier
fabrlcatlon
Ihan
,lOne and can be eaSily worked
and pIeced together to create
cu,tom desigm Seam, are all
but Invl'lblc and edges can be
fOUledto eleg.lnt eireci Add.o
thl' ,olld 'UrfdLlOg\ easy repalr,lbJlIlY SLrdtches ,md burn, can
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tlOn, out the} dIe dgalllst me!
f1t1ent ~eml govel nmentdl agen
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April 13, 1995
Grosse Pointe News
3A
Residents upset, but group home to be located in Farms neighborhood
By Chip Chapman
Siaft Writer
Despite the obJectIOn, of I eSI
dents In the 400 block of IAlth
rap In the Fal ms, u l,'Youp
home IS comIng to the neIgh
borhood
"I am angJ)', and I don t
know what to do," saId Sal
bara Trokey, who 11\ es near
the propobCd adult foster cat e
facility
Her feehngs \I ere shal ed not
only by her neIghbors, but also
by the Farms city councd
An
anti dlscllIDlnatlOn
,uuendment
to the Hl!ltl Fed
el al Fair
Housmg Act states
that handicapped
mdlvlduals
lIlu"t have access to fair and
equal hOUSIng
Although the neighborhood IS
zoned for smgle famIly use, fed
ehll la\\ pre empts the local
LOnmg 01 dmance, Iendel mg the
Farm" Clt) counCIl po\\erless on
the I~ue
b'YouP home on Bucl-mgham
the Pall-
In
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"We havp a rlulv not to mtpl
fere, but to accommodate tillS
type of housmg," 'iald Farm,
elt) attOlney Wilham BUlgess
pressed concerns dhout ,afety,
the home's mumtenanw
and
then property value"
The home at was bought last
year by ('.eorge Hoppmg of Pe
toskey, an IIlvestor \I ho Ib le<l~
Ing the home to Wayne Com
mumty
LIVIng SeI"Vlces The
Lothrop home l'i replacmg a
Neighbor"
of the LothlOp
home \\ele al"o upset th,lt the
Clt) did not notlf) them that
the group home \Ias wmmg,
ho\\ ever, the Farms never re
celved am notlce flOm the h
Th"
11<:'*]l,)
1"'luLnl,
The new I e"ldents
of the'
censmg agent, the state Depart
ment of Social Services
The woup home were scheduled to
notI~e "a" nU"Lakcnly "ent to mu\ e III March dU, however,
of Social Ser
the Cltv offices of GIO";,e Pomte the Department
\ lces I" supposed to notIfy a
Park
commumty that a group home
Nearby lesldents \lere upset fac"hty IS to be located wlthm
that they weren't
notIfied of the mU11Iupahty at least 45
the coming glOup home, but days before Issuance of a h
federal law does not requu e a cense
(,Ity to notify nelghbOi s Be
Sides, the Farms has not been
No move In date ha" been es
tablished
told an) thmg by the state
Settlement of water rate suit floats dollars to Pointes, Harper Woods
By David Howard
StaftWnter
Grosse
Pomte's
bhare
$4 25 Imlhon settlement
of a
In
ol
laWSUIt over excessIve \\ ateI'
usage rates ma) only be a drop
m the bucket, but It s bettel
than nothmg
The five Pomtes, along with
Harper
Woods and Macomb
County, will recel\'e a small
portlOn of the sdtlement
the
city of DetrOIt Will pay Its wa
ter treatment customers around
the metropohtan area as a re
suIt of the SUlt, SaId Wayne
County commlSSlOner Andrew
RIchner
Under the settlement. rnem
ber'i of the Northeast Sewage
DIsposal
System
Grosse
Pomte Woods, Grosse Pomte
Shores, Harper Woods and Ma
comb County
WIll spht
$377,145, of which 75 percent
WIll go to Wayne County, leav
mg about $94,000 to divvy
among the Woods, Shores and
Harper Woods Also, Harpel
Woods Will receive $2,190 dl
rectly
Though not members of the
Northea'it
SYbtem, the Clt)
of GIOSse Pomte, Grosse Pomte
Farms and Grosse Pomte Pal k
\I III recene
$15,699, $44,542
and $29,208, respectively
The wmmlsslOn's subcommlt
tee on legal affaIrs, \I hlch RI
chner chairs, approved the ,*,t
tlement last month
Customers won't see a rate
rerluctlon as a result of the set
tlement
Instead,
the money
\\ ater IequlI ements
Stemmmg from that la\\smt,
accordmg to county documents,
\I a" another
of many dlsagtee
ment"
ovel the "apploplld
teness'
of the Iates subUl ban
customel s are charged for the
sel"Vlce
In the past, these dIsputes
have
resulted
m revamped
methodb
of computmg
the
charges
Subul ban cIties sel ved bv
DetrOIt s se" age treatment
uhty also told the city that
then reSIdents wele bemg ovel
charged to make up fOl customers who don't pay then bIlls
The methods used to determme
the amounts of the shortfalls
were resultmg
III cu"tomels
bemg overcharged
The formula used to compute
the shortfalls \\ III change
fa
"I don't knol\ If It was mten
tlOnal 01 not, but the result was
that we \\ere oVeichalged," RI
chnel
:,aId "The
new rate
methodology IS gomg to affect
the Northeast
(Se\l age) DIS
posal System, which goes mto
Macomb (County) as "ell as
Wayne (County)
'It', a pretty good deal for
customels'
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40th reunion
The St Ambrose HIgh School
class of 1955 will celebrate lts
40th reumon on Saturday, May
20 at the WmdsQr Hllton For
more
mfol mati on, contact
Chuck
Hanvood
at 313-884
1059 or Mary Ann (Daudhn)
Bodendl'itel at 313-881 3296
WIll be \Thed to offset plaintiff
cltle'i' obhgatlOns to the watel
treatment "yslem, said RIchner
He added that futwe rate m
creabCS may be offwt
The litigatIOn dates back to
1977, when suburban custom
el s of DetrOIt's sewerage and
water treatment
plant sued to
force the city to modify the
plant so It would comply wlth
updated fedel a) dud state dean
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April 13, 1995
Grosse Pointe News
Park man has special reason for completing Alaska marathon in June
By ShIrley A McShane
Staff Wnler
If 'au happen to "e" JO'Rph
DeJoncl..lll'el e ]Ogglng alollg
I .1ke,hol e this
,pllllg
he
~\\lUl.
t,,", ....,
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dC""-'r:->
j'dL
than bUlll1l1g C,l!Ollt'~
DeJonckheel e (Pi "nounced
De YOllhel ) IS ,\ ,econd, em
medIcal
~tudent
at Wa) lie
State UIII\ e"ll\
alld he !~ 111
tlall1l1lg fOl the \Ia,ol;
Mid
I1Ight Sun l\Im ,ltholl June 17
19 III AnchOluge AI.hh.1
It'~ the Glo,se POInte Path
Ie~ldent s fil "t 26 mde I unlllng
lace and he s dedlcatll1g It to a
12) em old Macomb fOI\ n~hlp
bOI \I ho " (ullentl)
unde!
tleatment
at 5t John Hospital
fOl acute 11mphoblastlc
leuke
mla the most ~el el e fO!m of
the dl~a"e
DeJonckheel e and lI1edlcal
~chool c1a""mate Anthon) Pan
Iccla each h.1\e pledged to I al~e
S3 ")00 to elHel the lI1.1lathon
thlOllgh the Lellkenlla Soul't,
of i\n)e~ll<l"" learn In T131nJng
PIOt,'l~Ull
leukemIa ;oclet) pays fOl II an;
pOltdtlOn lodgmg dnd the en
tl dnw fee fO! the I ace III An
thOiage
tnnl II.th him \\Hell he get;
AfLel Llw I aLe, lJeJonckheel e
da} passes [10m the hospItal
and PantLCld plan to stay on HI
AIa~ka fOI ano!hel 10 da) ~ at
Me'lIl11htle, thev die tldlmng
then 0\\ n expense
to! the I .Ice, follO\~mg .1 pi epa
I atlOn gUide that 1ll(1 ea,es the
The oo,'~ Pdl ents lecently
numbel of mdes the) I un each leal ned of DeJonLkheel e and
Ileek Tl,l\nlllg began the la"t Panclccla'~ effOlt~ and WIOW a
\~eek III Febl uan and contlll
lettel to the Wayne State Um
,el,lt) medl('dl ;chooJ
ues untIl the \leek of the Idce
'It molivate~ me mOle to do
In hel let tel , the mothCl
thiS b, dedlcatmg my Idce to 1\ lites, 'The leukemId soclet)
the boy,' DeJonckheel e ",lId
ha" gotten III touch \11th me to
, You can I ead about leukenull
let me knOl\ t\lO medical stu
all YOU \Iant but untJl }OU dents \I ould hke to spon;Ol my
meet someone \11th the dlsea,e,
son m a maldthon
to lal,e
It doe;n't bllng It to hfe '
mone) fOl the 1C"'-'a1lh of leu
In 01 del to 1 un III the An
kenna 1 feel lei} ple,,~ed <lnd I
chordge mdlathon
as pmt of
the Team III 'Training plogtam,
palilclpants
mu~t Wise $3,500
b, the begmmng of 1\1,1) In e (
change fOI their donatIOn, the
POINTER OF INTEREST
Tt',Ull 1I1 'I1.lll1l11g spon~ol ~ d
,1 rr'l,.!t. III l,tll Leilh \e,U dud I~
,I n,ltlon,,1 pI 01,'1 <1111 fOI IlInnel ~
and II a ll..el , that I ,use, fund~
1m leukemhl patlent'i
What h,I' mot 1\ dted d medl
cdl ,tudent to I un .1 mal athon
tllO dal'
aftel he tahes hl~
medIcal !Icen'mg
<''I.,lm thl~
'I~ PdlHlcla I< 1101 k\lll( ~t <;.
John Hospital
Both took up
I ullmng Idst \ edl to get \lito
,hape I unlllllg a 5K I ace last
summel m Fhnt and the Tm
kel
1',Ot
111
DetlOlt
last
ThaHk;gn mg
Thel hedl d about the Team
m Tl,lIIung plOgtdm [10m an
Jll1ll'?
othel I unnel
Shmily
thm e
[ \I ,mted
to get mto ~hape aftel, the, met the 12 ,eUl old
Iud to do <orne tla\ ellng,' De :'IIdwmb TOil n~hlp bo), \1 ho
Jonckheel e e\.pl,uned
And I \I a, dlab'1lOsed II lth leukemia
\lanted to do somethlllg to help III Janudl I
people "nce I dm d medIcal
He I" undel gomg I adlatlon
,tudent
IPdll1Clla I dnd I hdle
and
chemot hel eapy, , De
met "0 nMnI leuhemld pdtlents
Jonckheele
S31d 'All hIS han
tlM! helpmg them ha~ become ha, fallen out dnd he s been
OUi pllme motl\ dtmg factO!
Pi elt) Sick
DeJolllkheele
IS dt Bon Se
Both medIcal students have
('OUI, HospItal d~ Pdli of Ius Vlblted the boyan sevel al OCta
COUI"e\l O!h m pIli ~Ical d18!,'IIO ~Ion" and hope to spend mOle
"lLrnber
l\.e\1 'ork
~Iock Exch 1n,:;e
,IPC
tellmg Ub that \Ie have all that
SIde that have playscapes," saId
mone, flom the sale of OUI Glanger
"We wanted to bUild
shal e of GlOsse Pomte Cable,
something that WIll appeal to
but \Ie hd\e to be cmeful \11th chJldJ en III a WIde age range
that money'
We also \I anted to butld a
The
Clt,
I ecell ed about
plavscape that IS accessible to
$70000 d )eal
m diVIdends handIcapped chlldlen '
flOm GIOs"e Pomte Cable, Said
Fedelal
legulatlOlIS lequne
Novltke
Palt of the monel
plOjects hke the plOposed plays
from the cable sale has to be cape to ha\ e at least one thIrd
used to offset that loss III Ie\ e of the ploject accessible to the
nul', he saId
handIcapped,
Sdld GI angel
The Clt) adml))J~tratlOn
IS 1\10 thIrds
of the \ eCleatlOn
also lookmg at becommg self commissIOn's
plOposed pia) s
IllSUII'd legal dmg
to work
cape Ilould be accessible to the
man s compensatIOn That \1111 handlc<ipped
take a consldel able amount of
Novltke ~aJd that the plays
monel', Novltke saId
cape IS jU~t one of thl ee Jln
EI erybod) hdS Ideas on hOlI plovement
ploJects that
the
to ~pend thlb cable money
councIl \\ ould !Jke to bOO hUllt
NOI'llke saId
But thiS mane)
at LaheflOnt Pal k The admm
mu"t be ;pent IIlbely We must Isb atlOn IS cWTently seekmg
detel nnne OUI pi 101ltles '
bids on a pedestrian bl'ldge to
RecleatlOn COmmlb'ilOn mem
connecl the t\\ 0 parts of the
bel Vicki Grangel attended the parh separated
by the Milk
counCIl meetmg and told hO\l RIVer The council lb also can
the commlS~lOn had \101 ked to sldellng bUIlding a bom d\l alk
deSign the be"t pOSSIble plays
along the palk's shOlelme
cape
, We have to set our spendmg
'We \lsited the Fatms and PIIOlltteS,' bald the mayol "I
othel WlIlmullItles on the II est thmk the bridge IS the most
flOm
Heru}'
FOid
II
HIgh
School He has a bachelol'S dL
gtee In anthropolo!,'Y flom Al
blOn College He has not de
clded
on
a specIalty
III
medlcme,
but IS wn~ldellllg
speclahzllIg 1lI hematolgy and
oncolog)
It JOU would like to support
DeJOllLkhecl e and PalllLclU,
'end a dOllatlOlI !1l their honor
to the Leukenna
Soue!j
of
Amerlw,
Team Ifl' Traul/ng,
MlLhlgart Chapter 21617 Hw
pu, 8t Clair Shore" 48080
FOR SALE
Woods council seeking lower bids for playscape
By Jim Sllckford
StaffW"ter
Buo\ ed b) the plospect of
bUlldmg a nell and Implo\ed
plav<>cape III LakeflOnt Pal 1,.,
the GIOS;,e Pomte \"oods CII)
Counc!l 1\ as dlsma) ed to leal n
that the estimated co;l of bUIld
mg the playscape
IS about
$30 000 hlghel
than expected
- a fadO! that could sellou~h
affect the SIze of the ploJect
Counclimembel"
\1 el e
up
dated last II eek on the bids
submItted b) wnstl uctlOn fil ms
to bUIld the pia) SCdpe Engan
Tooley \I as the "base bid' lo\~
blddel II Ith a bid of $113,531
Othel play~cape co"t; mclude
an estmmted $15,000 fOI engl
neelll1g fee~ and $7,600 fOI
some addltlOndl
labOi costs,
brlllgtng
the total estimated
cost of the plOposed pla\ <>cape
to about S135,000
"That'~ more monel than \Ie
\~anted to spend on a pIal s
cape," sald mayOi Robert 1\0\
ltke "We \\ele lealh
hopmg
for something In the nelghbOl
hood of $100,000 People keep
thmk Imy son) I~ould feel spe
clal knOll mg that the'le tll 0
people al e pulhng tOI hllll '
DeJonckheele
~~ell
up 111
~tel!mg HeIghts and gt aduateu
Six residential lots in
Grosse Pointe Woods,
JlnpOltant
thmg
When
II e
knOll how mUlh It and the
boaldllalk
me estimated
to
cost, \\e'll hd\ e a beltel Idea of
ho\~ much I~e can spend on the
pla)scape ,
The council deuded to hold
off apPI 0\ mg any of the bIds It
recel ved, and a~ked the engt
neellng film of Andel~on, Eck
;tem and We;lIlck
whICh IS
handlIng
the ploJect tOi the
City, to seek 10\\er bIds based
on a scaled down playscape
Thoma~
Whitlhel
of the
city', publIc wOlk~ department
Said that any delay would plob
abl) push bach the playsLape's
plopo;,ed completlOll date of
May 23 It was hoped that th"
playscape would be completed
before MemOllal Day weekend,
hadlttonally
the stalt of sum
mel and one of the pm k's busl
est times of the yea!
'We had hoped to h,lVe all
these
plOJectS completed
by
June," Novltke saId "But If
belllg
fll1ancla]]y
pludent
pushes back completIOn ddtes
so be It '
comer of Goethe and Blairmoor
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MAGICLINE,
Newt merits
credit -
fm the ContI act wIth Amenca In fact, a
New Yor'k Times/CBS New!:>Poll of public
0p111l0n last week showed that only 38
pel cent had lead 01 heal d anythmg about
Opinion
but
not too much
S
peakel Nellt
Gmgllch
deselves
gredt cledlt fO! pelsuadmg
the
House to applOve mne of the 10 ma
JUI Item!:> m the GOP Contract with
Amellca 111 less than hIs IOO.day tIme
hllllt
Even If much of the legislatIOn falls to
belOme law, the speed and numbel of
Hou!:>e actions I eflect a strongly umfied
GOP apploach to leducmg the fedelal
gUI'elllment III Size, scope and cost
In hIS natIon Wide TV bloadcast Fnday
mght, Glllgl Ich, however, saw the con
twct as mel ely the stali of a blpal t1san
plan "to lemake the government and balance the budget that IS the Amencan peo
ple'~ plan "
But PIesldent Clmton, speakmg III Dal
Id~ to the Amellcan Society of Newspapel
Edlto!s, signaled a counterattack
by
thl eatemng to veto a host of major House
bills unless they were substantIally
re.
Ilsed by the U S Senate
We aglee that borne of the COP contI act Items al e constructive, such as the
It
I
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hnp ltpm veto, the endmg of unfund"d
mandates Imposed on states, and the re
ductlon m the number of commIttees and
the number of theil' staffers
Yet. some of the real lefOJms ollgmally
wele sponsored by Democrats at a time
when the GOP, as a mmonty party, Ie
fused to support them and, m fact, helped
to defeat several
In addltlOn, the permanent value of all
the House efforts IS stJll to be determmed
by the legislation that finally IS converted
mto law
House Repubhcans
knew when they
passed several extreme measures that the
Senate would weaken and revise them
and othel House-passed bills, although
popular lssues no doubt '\111 wm Senate
passage, too
Then It WIll be up to PI eSldent Chnton
to deCide whether to use his veto power If
hIS objectIOns have not been met m the
Senate And that IS what he warned m
Ddlld!:>he would do
FOl example, the House bill that would
cut taxes by $189 bllhon ovel five yeal s
WIll get close scrutmy m the Senate, as 111
the White House, because It plovldes tax
cuts for many upper mcome mdlvlduals
The biggest tax break would grant a
$500-a-chlld credit to households WIth taxable mcome as high as $200,000 a yeal,
<\esPlte COP moderates' efforts to cut the
mcome hmlt to $9:; ')00 a yew'
Busllless mterests would benefit from a
lower rate on personal and corporate capl
tal gams, flom abolItIOn of the altel natIve
mmlmum tax, and from more favorable
terms for wntmg off the cost of eqUIp
ment purchases
But even some Repubhcans questlOn
the wordmg of the promise they sought
and Dbtamed to use savmgs from reduced
applopnatlOns
to cut the deficlt before
granting any tax relIef
Nor Ib the publIc ecstatic \\ Ith praIse
That agam laI;,eq the quebtlOn of the
authentIcity of the COP claim that ItS actIOns 1eflect pubhc apploval of the con
tract even though few people really knew
or undel stood Its t€l ms
ThE' TIme" "fUrl that becausE' t\1(' pubhc
IS "wary of taxes," lespondents to ItS poll
offer no better than "mixed levlews" to
the fil st 100 days In fact, a maJol'lty,
given a chOlce, said they prefen'ed balanc
Illg the budget to cuttmg taxes
True, COP conservatIves clalm thIS IS a
false chOIce and that, mstead, government
spendmg can be cut enough to prOVide
both, but, III fact, fewel than half of the
pubhc - 44 percent - beheve that aim
can be accomphshed and 50 pel cent Sald
It could not be done
Yet, mlsleadmg messages that are re
peated often do have an Impact Pel'haps
the GOP 18 trymg to apply new pubhc
pi essure to pel sUdde the Senate to aVOId
major reVISIOns m what the House has
done.
As usual in such pohtlcal gamesman
ship, the people WII! be hard-pressed to
lew n the facts from the extremIsts m
both pmiles who plefer to mdulge m
name-calhng, mvectlve and demagoguely
it.
Robert G Edgar
PublIsher
Robert B Edgar
founder and Publisher
(1940
Grosse Pointe News
Vol. 56. No. 15, April 13, 1995, Page 6A
1979)
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EDITORIAL
ClASSlFll>D
882 0294
882-6900
John \lllUUS, F.<\"or )4) 5.'/{)
Anne: .Mulh~nn 51h... \bn:agc:.r
Ronald J Bernas, A..s'51Stant F..dnor
Ida Bauer
Marg'll: ReinS Smuh, Feature Ed~tor 3+3 h9-1
Sind"> Ch •• k
Chuck K!onke, Sports Ednor, 343 5593
Mdarue: Mahoney
'Vilbur FJnon, :E:.dltoml (..onrultlnt HJ 5597
IUckPanssc
Georg~ F uthrop, Cop\ £4jltor
~hC'n1Rn'Ud
Crop Clupman, Stolf II mcr HI 5,9)
JuIt.Tobm
ShJrI~ \lcSbanc. Stiff \\ mer 343 5>91
Fran V.ardo
J:lmcs \[ Suckford SC3(f\\mer HJ S,91
CIRCUlATION
Rosh. SLllars Pnotogt<lpher
143-5577
D~borah G~ne.
\1an3ger and
JoAnne B\lrc-u, C0fl5..l1c;mt
tml5t3nt (.Ja.sslfied \1an:ager
48236
Fran \ebrdo, AoiS1Stlnt \unager
,
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bel' to fill the board's staggered terms,
Taylor sald he approved of the technology plan, which he apparently helped
<b..aft, but, as mdicated, rnsagreed wlth
the five-year tIme set for adoption of the
program.
That five year tlme element was also
the basls of hIS opposltlon to formal adop
tlOn for the two mlllages - 6 8303 mllls
to mamtalll student programs, and 1 3255
mills earmarked fOl technology
After Taylor voted agamst both, Anderson asked him whether he planned to
campaIgn agamst them Taylor responded
that he was reservmg hIS comment about
what he mtended to do.
Several
other bow d members
had
chImed mto the diSCUSSion, but Frank
Sladen, a veteran member, finally made a
bnef statement that III effect ended the
exchanges by takmg both men to task fOJ
"playmg pohtlcs "
He remmded them that the board's re
Sponslblhty IS "to give young people the
best programs we can and we ought to
stick to that pomt " Both cooled down after that repnmand
Yet the apparently acnmomous diSCUS
slOn does hmt a nasty board electIOn wlth
five candidates challenging the two mcumbents
Withdrawals
are permitted
through today, however
Future of busing brightens
H
ope of contmumg bus servIce for
the Grosse Pomtes bnghtened thIS
\\ eek aftel a deterrnmed stand by
Pomte offic13ls forced concessIOns by the
nev, Wayne County TransIt Authority
Undel plessure from county commls
SlOneI' An<b.ew RIchner of the Pomtes and
several Pomte commumtles, the agency
bOI\ed to demands that It moderate Its
controls over Sel'Vlce to the Pomtes
In fact, most Pomte mumclpahtles
blought pressure by decldmg to opt out of
the May 23 electron seekmg one third of a
mIll property tax to help finance the sys
tern that senes Wayne Countv
At RIchner's demand, the agency first
acceded to the request that Its taxmg
hmlt be tnmmed back from a maxImum
of 5 mills to the one-third of a mIll that
\\ III be sought m the May 23 vote
Then the pressure forced the agency to
mcrease Its board from three to nme
members to enSUle that suburban board
member~, rathel than county executIVe
Edwald McNamara, Wll! hold eventual
control
In addition, the agency agreed that any
addItional routes be openly and competitively awarded on blds, that the agency
have authorIty to determine Its hablhty
for operation of the Suburban Moblhty
Authonty
for Regional Transportation
(SMART), and that It 'Vlll agree III \VIltmg not to arbitranly end Its semce
Under the changes made, RIChner be
heves the prospects for contmued semce
have bl'lghtened and that SMART might
even emerge as the best of the agencIes to
contmue to run the servIce
All of whIch, m our View, tends to dls
prove the Grosse Pomte
DemocratIc
Club's newspaper advertisement accusmg
Richner of "domg everythmg poSSible" tv
persuade Pomte mumclpahtles
to WIth
draw flom the SMART bus sy~tem
In fact, Richner sought more local con
trol over the authonty and did not encourage Withdrawals from SMART or the
authonty
Public would save Big Bird
fthe registered voterq of MIchIgan
were to make the deciSIOn, the publlc
bloadcastmg
system (PBS) clearly
would be a<;<;ured of contInued federal
a'~I<;tance Illstead of fightmg for Its hfe
That endD! sement by more than half of
a 11 I espondents m a stateWide MIchIgan
poll by EPICfMRA of Lansmg m mid
\larch al'iO serves as an endorsement of
pubhc radiO and TV programs
What that mean"
that MIchigan re
-pondf>nh would qave from the budget
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cutters not only BIg Bn d but the rest of
the "Sesame Street" cast, and the othel
regular PBS feature'!
The Lansmg based pollmg and market
re<;ealch firm also said that 71 percent of
the re"pondents felt the $1 09 per year
taxpayer contrlbutlon to public broadcast
mg "\\Ia<; a small pl'lce to pay fOl the kmd
of qualIty pl'OgI'ammmg" prOVided
We completely aglee, Newt Gmgllch to
the contI ary
,
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Board chair turns on critic
ver smce hiS electIOn to the Grosse
Pomte school board, Se81S Taylor
has been a minority of one smpmg
away at the majorIty for falhng to follow
IllS adVIce
ThIS week the board presldent, Carl
Anderson, tWlce has responded to Taylor'S
oppOSitIOn to board poliCIes by confrontmg
hIm at a board meetmg and by pubhcly
calhng attentlon to some of Taylor's mconSistencies that Anderson says have
confounded him
In a column for The Pomter News and
m lnformation proVIded to the Grosse
Pomte News edltonal page, Anderson has
Cited a senes of Taylor's speCIfic statements
flOm December
1994 through
Malch 1995 to support hiS charge of Tay
lor's mconslstency m dISCUSSingthe prDposed 1995-96 mIllage
But Monday nIght, after Taylor cast the
lone board vote agaInst approval of a fiveye81' technology plan and agmnst both
mJllage proposals adopted for the June 12
millage electIon, Anderson took sharp IS
sue WIth Taylor's Vlews
In answer to Taylor's contentlOn that
the five-year technology plan would "lack
accountabIlity"
and would "dlsenfranchlse the people," Anderson rephed that
the dlstnct showed ItS "accountabllIty
every year" bv electmg at least one mem-
DISPLAY
Rogtr
1 ~DUGHT
you WERE GOING 1'0 THE
Lr6RARY.'
Letters
SMART
investment
To the Editor:
This IS III response tDthe
many artIcles and letters
regardmg SMART bus sel
VIce and the deCISIOnas to
whether local CDmmumtles
need the SMART bus ser
VIce, should stay a part of
the orgamzatIOn and con
tllbute to the operatIon of
the system
I am a busmessman whD
made a CDnSCIOUS
declslOn
Ihree years agD to mDve
mto the Grosse Pomte
area I moved from DUt
state In my Ilork capacIty,
my WIfe and J could have
<;elected to hve anywhere
m the southel n MIchigan!
nDnhem OhIOarea I chose
to mo\e mto Gros<;ePDmte
m part becau<;c of the bu~
<;ervlce
My Wife and I use the
bus mfJequently, but when
we do, J know that SMART
provlde~ a convement and
rehable service And I
knov, many people l'lde the
bu~ E\ ery mDmmg when I
look out my kItchen wm
dow (that happens to be
along Side of II SMART bus
~top) I <;eemany people on
the bu~ Empty buse"
chllmed bv my county com
ml~SlOnerand the mayol Df
GrO'lSePomte Park are Just
nDt true One hundred peo
ple all day on the bu~ as
they claim, let'~ be reah~tlc
and t<lke the pohtIC~out of
~--_
I
thiS Important Issue
Why can my relatlve~
and fnends m Chicago, At
lanta, Cleveland and even
Kalamazoo, all have a
tl ansportatlOn system that
works They have a local
tax that supports It Why
nDt the DetrDlt area. and
yes why not Grosse PDmte~
If It costs me 1/3 of a
mill tD keep the SMART
buses m my community I
thmk It IS an Investment
that WIll be paId back to
my Wife and me many
times ovel Agam, qUit the
politics and find a solutIOn
Show that government can
wDlk
Roger J. Eaton
Grosse Pomte Farms
More letters
on page 8A
Public transit
a publ ic need
To the Editor:
TaxatIOn Without repre
<;entatIOn I~ often feared
How about repre'lCntatlOn
by a few tD harm many~
PubliC transportatIOn ISa
pubhc need and should he
bl0ught to the puhhc fOl a
vote The I"~ue ~hould not
be dpcided by a comnm
~lOnel a cIty admml~t1a
to! 01 an
'mcen~ed"
mayor, or a partial city
counCil who want to de
pnve the cltl7ens of a vOIce
Many semDl cltlzens and
handicapped aJ e expected
to support school and h
brary mIllages because of
"the good of the commun
Ity," regardless Df IIhether
they receive any -eenefit
flom the mcreased taxes
that result In return. pub
he transportahon ~hould be
aVallable tD the CItIzens,
"fol the good of the CDm.
mumty'
After admlttmg to hav
mg !rttle, If any, mforma
tlOn Dnthe CUrlent SMART
SituatIOn. the GrO'lSePOInte
Woods City CounCIl, com
pD'>€dof four members that
attended, (tl\ 0 were ab
sentl, vDted to do allay
IIlth Dur public transporta
tlOn \llthout any altern a
twe plan Comml<;SlOner
Jean Rice \ oted to retaIn
the <;enIce fDl the 'lake of
the reSidents and <;eniDI'
Clt
Ilens, at lea~t until all the
facts I\ele m
All the cltlzen~ of Gro~<;e
Pomte Wood" al C \ lctlm~
of an umnfonned vote, an
IlTe~ponsible vote and a
very harmful VDte I for one
am gomg tD ~tart U1 /png
fnends and nelghbOl-'; to
take a <;ccDndlook at our
Cltv counCil and Commls
~IOnel Rlchnel Are they
leally lepre<>entmg, • the
1(00<1 of the commumty~' I
don't thmk <;()
Ro~emal') C, Flanagan
.. _-~-_J_I-i!!!61J.1III'.IIJ!I}!!I!JI!!!!l!!l.!Z
Groq"e Point!' Woodq
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mother
I could have talked
about Sen Robert Dole and hIS
war wound Then there's the
Contract
WIth AmerIca,
the
filst 100 days, Al Gl>re and the
enVironment,
Hillary
and
health care and HIllary and
Chelsea's excellent adventures
on the Indian subcontInent
But I didn't
This isn't
about O.J.
ThIS column Isn't about the
OJ SImpson trial Oh, It could
have been I could have wfltten
about Judge Lance Ita and hiS
collectlOn of hourglasses
Or, I
could have II~Itten about Mar
LId CIa! k dnd her collectlOn of
domestIc problems I could have
wlltten about Kato Kaehn, hIS
haIr, hIS beady eyes, hIS lack of
mental prowess and hIS - fan
club~
But I dIdn't
This column Isn't about poh
tJc~ Oh, I could have talked
about Newt Gmgflch and hIS
ThIS column
Isn't
about
AIDS, HIV, ph) hfe, plO-<.hOlee
or profeSSIOnal sports teams
It's not about
savmg
the
whales, savmg the unborn or pie for the ethical treatment of
sohd waste and recyclables
I
savmg for retIrement
could have written about the
Oh, I could have 1\Trltten depletIOn of the ram forests,
about the rehglOus fight, the the value of Hetm A and the
debate over radIal kelatotomy
hberal left, hbertaJ lans, vege
But I dIdn't
tanans, vegans and frUltanans
(look It up for yourself) and peo
'!'hi<. ~"'"mn l~n't about popu
,~,
Grosse Pointe News
.
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mg "ubto,t
01 HI al"
'lI1d
Butthl<ld
But I dldn t
1 hi, column hn t dbout I"h
1,lbd" 'lIld the jlohtIwll\
UJl
Illt Oh I wuld hal( \\llttUI
.lbout the funn~ bum pel ,tJ( h
el' <lnd v<lllll\ pldtL<, 1\ 1 'CUI
01 [wuld hdle IIIltt! n db/Jut
Gene 1 atlOn X Bdh~ Boomel'
Inl!"
",lH"kpll.,
I could hdve, but didn't, (Om
plam about the pOOl I\~ Itll1~ on
, SatUl du\ NIght LIVI',' the Ia
tlOndle fOl gl\ mg BIll Bond~
hIS OIln ,hOlI the pOpUldllty of
"E R," the ;,tate of the po;,t
DdVld (m uso
N\'PD
Blue,'
the nell Becky on 'Roseanne'
the nell Roseanne and the tell
MTV'" "Rlal W(JIld' I could
hdl e tdlked about n,ultl wi
tUlah;,m
the global CLOnOm)
the mfOJmatlOn SUpelhlgh\1 al
~xllal
OJlCntdtlOn 's
,e\u 1
pI eference
hdndlcapped
I,
h.lndl capahle, 01 IIhy the SLOt
lIsh dIe the la:,t ethml glOUp to
be openly Ildlcukd
But I dldn t
You lan thank me ht eI
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lar culture Oh, I could say a
few thmgs about the PsychIc
FrIends Net\\ork,
the 'Jerry
Springer Show:' Howald Stein,
mfomerclals, "Talk Soup," talk
shows, talk radlO, tattoos and
VELCRO (R) (copyright) (trade
mark) hook and loop fa~tener~
I ('mid h<ll! I\llltln
'lbout
the drtht fOJmeli) known d~
PIIIILC /01 melll knOll n .I" " III
bol and nOlI kno\\l1 d~ fOla
TOId I could hdU
II I Htln
dbout thl bl/dll ( mLldmorpho
~I" 0/ the .Jdckwn famIi) 01 I
could hili e tdlked about l'e,;I!
J.lm" legal b<lttle \\ Ith '[ Ilket
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a swell-athon
WIth hve or taped appeal
ances by Gov. John Engler,
TV-caster:, Mort Crim, Carmin Harlin,
Amyre
Mnkupson
and
Van
Losing it? Did we ever have it?
A few weeks ago a Grosse
Pomte Farms resIdent wrote a
letter to the editor lamentmg
that people don't know how to
treat each other anymore
"We've lost somethmg m
Grosse Pomte, somethmg valu
able - and It IS clvlhty and a
sense of community," he I\TrOte
He was wrltmg about the
very public and bItter disagree
ment over the schools' curncu
lum that has diVIded resIdents
mto (at least) two camps Com
cldentally - or perhaps, rather,
the proof of the puddmg - the
same editIOn of the paper carned a front page story about
the diVISIve resolutIOn of a dls
pute over a satelhte dIsh m
the CIty of Grosse Pomte In
that case, a counCIl member
called the dIsh owners "unrea
sonable people, mth no sense of
community
(who) won't give
the neIghbors any consIderation
And, If memory serves, a
SImIlar charge was leveled a
year ago 0\ er front yard bas
ketball hoops and back yard
recreatIOnal vehIcles, both m
Grosse Pomte Park
What's gomg on here?
Have Grosse Pomters lost It?
Or dIdn't they ever have It m
the first place?
Both, I thmk And not JUst 111
Grosse Pomte, but everywhere
We aren't as c1VIIand commun
Ity mmded as I,e belIeve we
used to be
In talkmg to people about
the cumculum battle, I several
tImes suggested that the fight
was unlIke Gro~ Pomte only to be met WIth amazed
stares and long ~llences
Clearly people belIeved I 1\as
laboring under a false Impres
slon
tananism"
Upon reflectIOn, I'm mchned
to beheve that the recollectIon
of kmder, gentler tImes IS, m
part, nostalgia for a golden
time that eXIsted only on teleVl
sion We all watched Donna
Reed and Uzzle and Hamet
and Father knowmg better
than the rest of hIS fanuly and
began to belIeve It of ourselves
It's true that In those days
nobody locked their doors and
moms stayed home and baked
cookIes But as far back as you
care to look, kllls have tIpped
over outhouses and theIr par.
ents have hattled each other
over It
We smile when Shenff Andy
Taylor haggles IVlth Sarah over
hIS phone calls, but my grandfather once npped the phone
nght out of the wall m frustra
tIon at the operator And m the
'50s, the people next door to us
kept a conglomeratIOn of odds
and ends and bUlldmg maten
a15, so my parents put up a
fence to hIde It - and were
branded as spIteful neIghbors
Sometimes you JUst can't wm
But recollectmg that thmgs
weren't always perfect doesn't
mean I'm satIsfied now
In pomt of faet, commulllty IS
much on my mmd, as It seems
to be across the natIOn Creat
mg commullIty has even been
codIfied mto a movement,
though founder Amltal EtzlOlll
resents the "Ism" 1n "communi
SSA seeks help from community
The Social Secunty Admmls
tratlon IS recrultmg commun
Ity based organIzatIOns a~ rep
resen tat II e payees for certam
beneficlalle~ unable to manage
thmr own fund~
The organIzatIOn must be
\\ 1111ng to 'ieC that the funds
are spent on the benefiCIary's
behalf for ba~lc needq, mclud
109 food, clothmg, and shelter
The actIOn results
from a
change m the law whlch re
qUIres bencfiCHlne~ recelvmg
payments on the baSIS of alcohoh~m or drug addIction to
have a repre~ntatlve
payee
SSA believes that fnends and
relatives may be too vulnerable
to manIpulahon from addIcts or
alcohohcs who may want to use
the funds to fuel theIr addlc
tlOn OrganIzatIOns may charge
up to $50 a month for the ser
VIce
Interested
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should call 1.800 772 1213
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Some folks feel the lack of
commuruty so lIltensely that
they are fOrmIng mtentlOnal
commurutIes to try to find what
IS IIlIIlS10g 111 the average sub
urb They're lookmg for new
ways of hVlng together ranging
from communes to "co-housmg"
(mdlvtdual houses IVlth shared
common facilItieS and, most essentIally, a shared VIsIOn)
In Part, though, our partlCI
patlon 10 shared community
really has changed Lots has
been wnrten about It loss of
the front porch, teleVISIon, fallure ofpubhc morahty, rootless
neS!! caused by modern mobilIty, breakup of the family,
reliance on the car, rampant
10dlviduahsm
That wonderful book, "Havmg Our Say The Delany SIS
ters' Frrst 100 Years," has a
few tlungs to say on the sub
Ject
When SadIe graduated from
high school m 1910, her father
saId to her, "Daughter, you are
college matenal
You owe It to
your nahon, your race, and
yOUI'll!lf to go ., When was the
last tune you heard anyone
mentIOn responslblhty to the
nahon - on any subject, let
alone somethmg hke a college
educatIOn that IS now seen as
sImply a necessary rung on the
ladder to matenal success, cer
tamly not as an obhgatlOn to
SOCiety And Sadie's Papa fol
lowed that up by tellmg her to
work her own way through
school and not be beholden to
anyone by taklllg loans or
scholarships (She dId, too )
Or, on the subJt!ct of charIty
"The way we were brought up,
It was only natural for BeSSIe
and me to help other people It
wasn't somethmg you dId so
that people thought well of you
No, you dId It because that was
what was expected of you It
was the example that was set
by the Good Lord It was also
the elt9Jllple set by Mama and
Papa ~
That JUst may say It all, as
clearly and succmctly as any
one CAn Respon~lblhty and ex
ample, WIth a hberal ~rvlllg of
the glllden rule One person at
a tune,
So what are we I\altmg for?
-R---- - -- ----.-------
slllce Decembel, on the post
Just outSIde Fn ~t Fedel al Sav
IIlgs on Notle Dame so I findlly
notIced It last IIeek, d big
THANK
YOU (It's a little
I usty but It stlll WOIks )
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TillS commulllt)
has
ItS
share of super cute house dnd
garden decoratIOn;" hke those
colorful Ilags With &Casonal or
Earl
hohday motIfs that people have
Wright, Mr.
taken to hangmg outSide and
Universe
the massive flock of cast-con
<Peter NeilCIete ducks and geese which
sen),
the
sport ramcoats and galoshes m
Freep's
wet \1 eathel.
but the eIght
Molly AbraSIded lephca of a traffic Sign
ham
and
seen neal a front door on Berk
Mike Duffy,
Mark Andrews
of the DICk shne m the Wmdmlll Pomte
subdll ISlOn takes the plJze \llth
Purtan
show and award \1m
Its me,sdge
nmg
cleat!ve
guy Harvey
Enster Bunny
Ovshinsky,
last
weekend's
plea!>e
South HIgh 22 hour telethon
STOP
was a willner
here
"When we onally shut down
- And speakmg of that, the
on Saturday our pledges wele
Park's JlTn Kerwm
take~ ell.
over $17,000 and stJlI commg
ceptlOn to FYI s obsel' atlOn
m," says Dr. Julie
Corbett,
that spllngtIme
I~ 1\hen the
South's mstructlOnal TV coordl
Chllstmas WIeath on yom doO!
nalor (that's $3,000 ovel last
year)
To help out, the Red start~ lookmg out of place "We
keep OUl~ up and put Easter
Wmgs' Steve Yzerman agIeed
to SIgn a Jersey that's gomg fOl decoratIOns on It," he says
(Make 'em led, whIte and blue
$500
Some of the students
who and you can ~t1etch It tlu ough
Jul) )
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worked on the gruelIng fund
The ne,'ve of some confidence
raIser were Todd Graham and
pel sons ,Just one day before
Ben Burns and emcees lindShirley
McShane's
stor)
say Ronayne,
Emmett
HyIlannnl," JCadels about the man
nous,
Joe
Battle,
Dean
who calls hImself Elliott JohnRahm,
Tessie
Craft
and
son, Rick Parisse
of our ad
Charlie Janke, mth alternate
department
got a Jmgle from
emcees Jay Lytle and Mike
hIm right at hIS desk
DeCorte
Team directors were
"Johnson" (If that'~ hIS real
Chris
Hyatt,
Doug
FaIrname). has lately been call1llg
banks
and Tim Nicholson,
III the
GP phone exchange,
assISted by Cory Schroeder,
trymg to convm(e people he's
Fritz DIstal, Mike Rubino,
an FBI agent 01 a phone com
Clayton
Banka
and
TIm
pany mvestlgator and then ask
Brady, as well as DeCorte
mg fOi confidentIal mfOl mat IOn
VolI+Jlteers Pete Koenig and
Robbi
Mlssant
also
kept
thmgs movlllg "And we owe a
lot of thanks to Paul Long
(from Corporate
Commumca
tlOns and \VDM," Juhe says
"We're the only school domg
thIS, we had wonderful SUppOl"t
and I'm eternally grateful"
Little pieces of
the big picture
Susan Parent
sounded lrke
she ha~n't been gettlllg enough
sleep latel)
- plObably be
cause, tl\ 0 full Ileeks after tak
mg III the bantam
loostel
wh1ch appeared mystellou~ly at
then house on Rathbone Place
no one s claimed hIm yet
"He'~ a leally mce lIttle bIrd,
very tame," say,; SU'X'ln, 1\ ho
nm, su~pecb someone from out
SIde the Pomtes mal' ha\ e left
theIr fe8thel ed alarm clock at
the nearby Clt\ park She and
hu<;band Greg Steen at e no\\
lookmg for a good home fOl
him - maybe \\ Ith people \\ho
have a fill m (And fOl the 100'
ter'~ sake al e also \ egl'tall
ans)
The POInte' are full of good
Samalltan~
One of m\ \\lfe
Doc's fa,onte StOllCS I~ of hl'l
aerobICS cJas~ at the Hunt Club
where
someone once a~ked
"DId an)one lo~ a dIamond?
and the cla~ hardly <;klpped a
beat \\ hIle onl' grateful lad\
claImed
the Rockefellel ~\7e
stone that had Jumped flOm lh
settmg
My 10<;" "a~n't
qllltl' that
great, but to whoever hun!, the
key to m} bicycle lock fionl'
----
--
. He trIed to get DUl bU-lIless
cdllIng (aid
numbel:,
sa"
Rick, \\ ho didn't buy It fOl a
second
News scoop
"What a good cllllen,' I ~a\
to m~ :,elf whIle II alkmg 111 the
neighborhood south of Jefferson
a few \1eeks ago, dS a man
\llth a black dog IS carefully
scoopmg up doggy doo from hIS
front la\ln
WIth a glllden
trolVel
Nice to see people takmg
calC of the envnonment
hete, I
thm!. as I m Just about to pas'
by on the othel :"de of the
stleet
Just then the young fell 011,
who nevel noticed I was II dtch
109, gI\es the lro\lel a tenl!ic
fhp and Its contents come bllli
IIlg ovel my way, Idnd 111 the
mIddle
of Nottmgham
dnd
bounce a fe\\ times
Whew's the shenff of Not
tmgham 1\ hen you need hIm?
Seen
somethIng
that
makes you laugh or groan?
CaIl Ken Eatherly at 8224091.
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Letters
Grosse Pointe News
Schools
responding
To the EdJtor.
Althou~h the tone of 1 e
cent dlSWSSlOllS 0\ el \1hole
language
\\ as sometimes
l.lchmg .n -1\ lht) ,mJ II IlJl
httle concelll fO! creatlllg
and mamtalllmg good Ield
tlOnshlps for futUi e prob
lem soh'mg, It \1d~ still d
good example of democrdc)
at l\Ork
No Illstltutlon
can de
velop 'pelfect'
plans and
progl ams
Kno\1 mg the
will of the commulllty I~
not always edSY HO\lelel,
belllg open to feedback and
havlllg
the
capacIty
to
change
IS essential
The
Glosse Pomte schools hm e
once agam
pI oven then
ablhty to adapt by lespond
mg to palent and teachel
concellls
The best example of this
capacltv IS not the nlld
yeal chdnge~ dt Ml'lIe, but
1athel Its traditIOnal
mech
amsms for ongomg growth
thlOugh
the
CUrriculum
COOidmatmg
Comnllttee
(CCC) and through
othel
system WIde commIttees
The CCC s five yeal Ie
vIew of K 12 language arts
has begun wIth a specIfic
charge to de~elop mecha
llIsms lor palen t wncelDs
about phomcs and a struc
till aI, compl ehenslve
ap
proach to readmg t hat I'
consIstent
m elemental}
c1assroolllS aclOSS the dls
tnct
In additIOn, assess
ments that measure learn
mg,
even
If dIfferent
mstructlOnal matenals
are
used \1 ill al~ be exam
med
Anothel
committee,
headed by deputy superm
tendent Dr Klem, WI]] con
duct a compl ehenslve study
of elementary
schools wIth
areas III mllld such a, III
structlOnal
effectIVeness,
orgamzatlon,
assessment
and groupmg
Once agalll, under the
gwdance of Dr Shme and
the GIOsse Pomte Board of
EducatIOn, the school com.
mumty ha~ made adapta
tlOn" thlough
It, tradl
tlOnal democratic
medns,
thu, demon,tratlllei
Its Cd
paut\ to contlllue to be one
of the be"t school systems
In the state of MichIgan
Wilham Adams
Grosse Pointe Farm~
Kudos to Ellen
Bowen
To the EdJtor
Ellen BOI\en the BlOad
II <II
plOducel Illlesidence
a" a South HIgh !e'lchu
h,ls em I(hed the comlllun
It\ \\lth ) et anothel out
standlllg the<ltncdJ Pi esen
tatlOn One Ilouid hd\e to
go a long IIay to find as
pI ofe~sJOnal and enjoyable
a pel10!mance as "PIPPIll'
II hlch the South
High stu
denio enacted undel 1\1s
BO\len's dllectlon
It I"l~ paltlculal1v
de
IIghtful fO! me to wItness
the perfO! mance of some of
the \ Dung gll Is I have seen
gl Oil up The peppely soph
mOle Budget Kalsel had
the audIence III her hand
as she sang "No Time at
All,' and the lights \Iele
not needed II hen Shell)
Rlttel appemed as Cathel
me because hel smile ht up
the entll e stage
Mehssa Danckaert
II as
outstandmg
III the
lead
lole but I WIsh 1 could
have also seen one of my
fa vOllte
South
player"
Tlacy Ganem, \Iho had the
lead III the other cast Yes,
somehow Ms Bowen finds
the time to pI epare two
casts to plovlde an oppmtu
IlIty fOI more students
We ale tt uly fortunate to
ha\e
such
a wondelful
dn ectOl and great stndent
thespians m Grosse Pomte
Jack Ryan
Grosse Pomte Park
Imprints staff
commended
To the Editor:
Aftel Ieadmg both the
Impi lOts and GIOSse Pomte
South'., TOllel, I have come
to a concluslOn based on
In\ leadmg
The
US
Constitution
gl ants to all people fJ ee
dom of speech and extends
the light to students
Im
pi mts
does touch
upon
some \ elY oensltl\e Issues
- sUIcIde, mUI del and Jeh
glOn - tOPiCS that conflont
people neatl) evcI j day
HOlle\el, Impllnts magd
ZIne has shOll n good Judg
ment m ItS defense Beltele
It 01 not, some students al e
faced II Ith the wntcmpla
tlOn of sUIcide, and people
me belllg mUldeled evel}
da)
The students
who ha\ e
CIedted these arhcles alC
domg somethmg
const! uc
tl\ e
Instead
of JOllllng
gangs, 01 shophftmg, they
me u~mg then mtelhgence
m a cleail\e
mannel
To
e"{ple,s thell feehngs to the
pubhc and, hopefully, leach
some othel s that may be
deallllg With the same IS
sues
Anothel thought to thIS
Issue, III 01 del to become
mOle knowledgeable,
one
must see both SIdes of the
stOlY To break the balllel
of belllg "~helteled" III OUI
commul1lty,
students
as
well as adults need to c"{
pellencc 01 hear the othel
pomts of view The 1m
prmts staff has taken a
maJO! step It knew that
II hat
II as belllg
published
mIght
ca U'<e contlOvelsy
and has handled the sltua
tlOn With a gleat deal of
intelligence I commend the
staff fm Jt
Polly A. Loeber
Gro~se Pointe Woods
2 meters
needed
To the EdItor:
We ha\e a pOinted ques
tlOn fOJ the city admllllstrd
tOlS of all of the Pomte
COmmullltles,
espeCially
Glosse
Pomte
Woods,
where \\ e reSIde
Why can we not have a
second \\atel
metel
m
stalled In OUl homes that
II ould
only be for water
used to watel our lall ns
and gardens? As It stands,
we have to pay an eXOIbl
tant
sell age
disposal
chal ge III dddltlOn to a
vel) hIgh pl'lce fOI \\ atel
dehveled
to ow homes
Lml n and gal den II ater
does not enter OUI sewage
dIsposal ,ystem,
It Sinks
mlo the glOund
Ddl VII EUI'OIl allOI\ s u,
to Install separate electriC
metels for OUI an condl
tlOnel s at a speCIal rate
Why not watel metels?
We are sure most resl
dents II ould be onl) too
happy to pay to have a sec
ond \later mete I Installed
In pldce of pa)lllg the out
landlsh charges for disposal
un del the pI eo;ent system
Raymond R. Decraene
Joseph S. Prano
Grosse Pomte Woods
Appreciation
To the Editor:
Recently, GJOsse Pomte
ChrIstIan
School held Its
se\ enth
annual
auctIOn
Each year thiS event con
tnbutes Immensely to the
ongomg opel atlOn of what
may be the smallest pn
vate elementary
school III
the Grosse Pomtes
We would like to pub
hcly acknowledge and e"{
press our appreCiatIOn to
the folJowmg busmesses
TheIr generous support en
abies us to contmue our 65
yeal traditIon of academiC
excellence
AAA Office Supply, Al
tel ColliSiOn, Barnes
&
Noble, BIke Tech, CaJ's
PIZZa, Calvm College, Ex
calJbur, Grosse Pomte Ba
gel, Kmg's Flowers, Kls
ka's
Jewelly,
Kroger,
LaMOOa, Lisa & Company,
Mr C's Coo Wash, Mr C's
Dell, Mama Rosa's, Mancu
so's, Muher's Market, Park
Place,
Pomte
Hal dware,
Pomte Prmtmg,
Tree of
Llfe, Village Toy Company
Tax cap?
Not in Woods
To the Editor:
I was expectmg to "uJTel
on ly a sma II pi opert \ ta x
a=€,~m"llt wel ed:>e thl~
year because of the ne\\
leglslatlOn enacted b~ PIO
posal A What a shock
when my taxable \ alue III
creased 8 5 pel cent
I spoke WIth the Grosse
Pomte Woods aSseSSOl and
I\ent to the board of re\ lew
to protest Their response
was that there IS a gl ay
area III the law that allows
for property assessments to
exceed the ta"{ cap of 2 6
percent If j au have had <I
house classlficahon change
Nothmg has been done to
the house, such as a nel\
addItIOn,
to warrant
a
change
III
claSSificatIOn
I
The asses~r
further
ex
plamed thiS happened to 16
houses m the B181rmoor
and Rosedale COUlt alea
Thl" I" only a glmmlck
to exceed the tax cap of 2 6
rnrcl'l't Propos:!l 1\ 13 \ el}
clear on thiS Issue and the
tax cap must stnetly apply
Othel taxpayers beware'
Robert Schneider
Grosse Pointe Woods
More letters
on page llA
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tmg the theme of the month IS
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April 13, 1995
Grosse Pointe News
Custodians
aren't janitors
fill paper to\~el and tOllet
papel dlspenwl;,
operatc
ventJlatmg fans, open and
lock
bulldmgs,
an,wel
emergency call bell" dnd
poll,h mckel, chI orne, and
bra~s They clean erdWI s,
clean and mamtam boIler"
dnd boiler looms,
wa,h
hght
fixture~,
wmdow~,
shades and blinds, 01 del dll
supplJeb,
mamtam
all
eqUIpment They dry tears,
help chIldren With stuck
ZIppers, locks and Thel mos
bottle, and lead to child
ren They take care of the
lawns
and shrubs,
pull
weeds,
edge
~Idewalks,
sweep and malntam
SIde
walks and parkmg
lots
They are shIpping and Ie
celvmg clel ks, fix broken
wmdows and Cdre fOl the
bUlldmgs In cases of bur
glary or vandalism
Check
and mamtam
playground
eqUIpment, buJld and re
paIr furniture, take care of
bodily flUId spills, and hun
dreds of other dutIes
We, the people
\\ ho
mamtam your schools, are
not born WIth thIS know.
ledge It takes years of ex
perlence, study, and educa
tlon
To the Editor:
Lately there has been a
lot of talk about PrlVdtlza
tlon of the cleamng and
maintenance services of the
Gro.%C Pmnt .. <;t'hools
There IS a group that
thinks It knows what It'S
talking
about
There's
a
member of the board of ed
ucatlOn that support~ thIS
group - Sears Taylor ThiS
group has stated that the
support staff IS d bunch of
overpald Jamtors
First, let me say that
there are not, nor have
there ever been, Jamtors
workmg
for the Grosse
Pomte
schools
However,
there are custodIans, engl
neers,
mamtenance,
and
highly bkilled Journeymen
m the electrical, plumbmg,
HVAC,
and
carpentry
trades As dplined by the
American Heritage DictIOn
ary, "a custodIan IS one
who has charge 'Jf some
thing, caretaker'
Thel e IS
the key word, care
The
custodIans
care
about what they do They
care about the bUlldmgs
They care about a safe,
clean learning enVIronment
for children Your chIldren'
I could WrIte an entire
page about what some of
these people do, but I WIll
Just touch on a few Items
Om
custodIans
sweep
and mop floors, dlSmfect
smks, tOIlets, desk tops and
tables
They vacuum and
extract
carpetmg,
empty
trash,
wash chalkboards,
change
hghtbulbs,
clean
glass, sweep stairs, dust,
sanItIZe dnnkmg fountams,
clean mmors,
clean gar
bage cans, remove gum,
stain; and spots from car.
pet They clean. vent wells,
care for flags, clean walls
and woodwork, check and
,lbollt educdtmg
(hlldlen
only "avlng money
I support IhlS ,chool w,
tem \\lth m) hedlt '.llld
~oul I pa\ Id'(e~ on t\\O
plOpertle~ In thl~ LOmmun
It), one l'i d non home
~t("1d ! \otlJ
fUl t1i.:rubt-')
and UIged evervone to do
the same
WI' hdve to do \\ hdtevel
It tdke~ to hll n Olll chJld
len mto educdt<d, le~pon';l
ble adults We have ) OUI
chlldl en fOI IJ out of the
fil,t 18 yea! ~ of their hve"
Let'~ \\ 01 k togethel
Re
membel, I esponslble, edu
cated chIldren don't hang
out vdndahze or lob people
and then home~ and busl
ne";e"
The (ost of tUl mng a bad
kid dlO\md IS much too
hIgh Let's get It lIght the
iiI 'it time
Support
yOUl
",hool"
Greg Winne
Head Engineer
Monteith Elementary
Dick Cooper
remembered
To the Editor:
Beldtedly,
I have
Ie
cently heard
of the un
tImely passmg of RIchard
A Cooper (Aug 6 1994)
DUI mg
my
watch
as
teachel
dnd
coach
at
GlOsse Pomte North High
School, I had the pnvllege
of knowmg and ob~rvmg
DIck Cooper durmg
the
many
activIties
he at
tended and photOg! aphed
Indeed, he was a very
POSItIve IOle model
fm
many students WIth II horn
he came m contact
He was well respected as
d man, a fathel and a com
mumty contrIbutor
It IS d
pIty that the young people
commg to North HIgh WI1)
nevel have the oppOltumty
of knOWing Mr Rlchm d A
Last year at a board of
educatIOn meetmg, I asked
Mr Taylor If he had ever
been to MonteIth Elemen
tary School, where I am
the head engmeer He said
no I inVIted hIm to come
and see the bmldmg
fOI
hImself
I have not seen
Mr Taylor yet
How can a man say he
can cut costs If he doesn't
see first hand what he IS
talkmg about? I often won
der about the way thiS
man talks and WIth hiS
lack of support
for the
board
of educatlOn
and
schools m general Why IS
he on the board of educa
tlOn? It seems to me that
Mr Taylor does not care
PATRICIA A HEFTLER,A C S W
Is Pleased to Annoonce the Opening of the New Offices of
COOPl! d \\ondetful
man
dnd d hfJedt Amelllani
J.D. Edward<;
Galne<;\IJ1e, Fla.
" mo"t Imp011 lJ\t 101 "'"
cllIldlen
l\I:1gnd
,d\Uol..,
\~ould be d good ,1pplO llh
\Ihlle tl dlllJtlg I(d(hl h ,llId
palCnt" dnd tillS \\ould !J(
d mu"t fOl the palenh
Judy Rowa(h
Grosse Pomte Park
Governor
flouts voters
To the EdItor,
1hank \ ou, ('0\
,John
Englel,
the
CitIzen"
of
Way ne County now tl ull
kno\\ \\ hdt ) ou thlllk of us
And that ~ ob\ lOu"l) not
much
It cel tamly took leal dl
loganw on the part of th('
go~ eI nOl to Ie dppomt AI
thUJ
Lomba! d to the
Wayne
Count\
ell CUlt
COUlt n('nch allel the \ ot
€I s of OUI county
I eJetted
hi; electJOn bLd to that
bench last NOIemnel
Mdybe
the
Wd\ne
County \otel S \\('1(' tl) mg
to tell GO\ Englel thdt
they thmk the mdl\ Id11<l1~
he aPPOJllts l(J the bench
should holl e had ~ome e,
pel Jence III ]JIll ate ]JIddlce
befO!e they become d judge
Paul M Donahue
President,
Grosse Pomte
Democratic
Club
Village filthy
To the Editor:
I lemembeJ a tlme I~hen
the VIllage wa" c1edn dnd
unhttelCd I al~o JCmembel
about the time It stdlted to
go down hilI I Iemembel
old MI ~ DHondt keepmg
the grounds of Jacob~()n s
beautlful,
sweeping
and
pldntmg
f10wel gal dens,
nldkmg It bulv d lo\el)
wrnel
No\\, the whole Village
looks hke a ~Ium, m fatt,
downto\\ n Detlolt
looks
better
the "
.
Parmenter
column
appreciated
scratch the surface of your writIng talents
free your Creallye spmt with thls
1\vo Day Class taught by
To the Edltor.
M~ complIment,
to
Nancy Pallnenter'~ column
of Mmch 23 - a good III
vestlgatlle
lepmt
And to
formel Grosse Pomte pal
ent dnd teache! Ilse Ham
er~, thank you for yOUl m
fOIm<!tl\e lettel
My husband dnd I 31 e
fOlmel GlOsse Pomte pm
ents dmmg 1970 dnd 1980,
except fm five j eals at
ShdkeJ
HeIghts,
OhIO,
schoob
The whole language ap
plOach sounds good on pa.
pel but the Impleml'ntdtlon
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WInner of Emmy, Peabody and SIlver Baton Awards
and Grosse Pomte Academy CreatIve WntIng Thacher
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8:30a.m
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an
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April 13, 1995
Grosse Pointe News
District still considering editorial policy of student literary magazine
By ShlTley A McShane
Siaff Writer
Cont!l)\l'l
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• tl .\ ~ pUb\ ....
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,ullOundll1g the Flbillal \ h,ue
01 Imp! lI1h t)w ,tudpnt htel
m \ magllLlIll that caught the
public, attentIOn \\ nh It" "hol t
"tOI Ie, un -lllcide and hOllllc,de
While te,lcheb and ~tudenh
at GlOs,e Pomte South H,gh
School .lIe ~tIll dl aftmg an edl
tOllal polin 10l futme "',ue, of
the lllaga71ne
admlllhtlatol ~
genel alh agl ee the conti 0\ eh\
ha" been a leal nmg expellencc
"Kid" IllU"t be allo\led
to
make mIstakes and leal n fI om
tho"e mistake,,'
said school
boUld plesldent Carl Andel"on
'I I e been \10l kmg 1\Ith kld~
fm ~eah and It IS
behef
that the\ shvuJd be allo\1 ed to
e>"ple', thell tlUe feelmgs '
Anderson SUld he had wille
concel ns aftm he lead "ome of
the mate'lal
In ImprInt:,
but
ill'
Technology
I m a big belIevel m the
Bill of Rights,' Anderson said
It applIes to evel vone, \1he
thel } oU'le 8, 18 or 80 yeal s
old'
1\ ustee ~al" TayloJ blOught
the Impl mts ISl>ue to the pub
hc's attentIOn at the M3Ich 6
school bOaI d meetmg by read
mg excmpts flOm the FeblUary
Is"ue of the magazine
Ta} 101 said at thdt meeting
that thl ee pal ents of South st u
dents had called him With con
<:elus about some of the mate
Iial In the magazme
Taylm
saId that he supported the light
of fl ee speech, but didn't think
tax dollars should fund olTen
Sl\ e matellal
TaylOi has slllce smd he also
has concerns about whethel the
contents of Impllnts could leave
the school dlstnct open to a
Andelson
and
five othel
b031d members saId the) had 13\\ SUIt
no IIltentlOn of pulhng funding
'This Isn't a questIon of cen
fJ om the Impllnts plOgram or sorshlp,'
Taylm saId, "It'S a
of mfrIngIng on the students'
questIOn of leadershIp of a stu
constItutIOnal nghts
dent
publIcatIOn
Based
on
something pI lilted m that pub
hcatlOll,
the school
;~ stem
could come undel IIablht) The
subpoena \Iouldn t be deliveled
to the home of the studpnt edl
to!, It \I ould come to the &hool
admllllstldtlOn
TaylOi saId \Ihat appems In
futm e Issue of Impllnts 1\III be
the tl ue test
Whl'n I see the next couple
of Issue; of Impllnts, If It'S ap
pm ent that the fdculty ad\ Isel
and
(pi mClpal
Mmy
Beth)
HeITmann have e>..elclsed con
tlol ovel the publicatIOn ;,0 It'S
I eple<,entatlve
of the whole
school. then
the subject
I'>
closed," he sald
"If the student edltm s \Iant
total control WIthout the pi mCI
pal havmg final say, then I
would lecommend not funding
tllbute
to the htel ary maga
lme
"I don't \Iant (Seall» Taylor
01 anyone else In the commun
lh I:>emg tj,e mbltel of mulal
It) ," Andel son said
But TavlOi said that to allO\\
high school students "a totally
unedited, uncensOi ed reVle\\ ' Il>
CIeatmg an unrealistIC sltua
tIOn that doesn't e"lst any
wheIe In the real world of pub
hshmg and "to defend It on the
gI ounds of flee ;peech IS rldlcU
lous"
WhIle the edltOilal policy of
the student magazine
IS stili
being fm mulated, so too, IS the
school
dlstlICt'S
budget
fOi
199596
"No fundmg has been pulled
It"
"pecI!lcdlly
flom
Imprints,"
smd Hellmann
But \\e ale
making slgmficant
budget re
ductIons In the bUlldmg as a
k~Ult
of th" (f,llk~ Fl-b 7
"gap ) millage and not as a re
suIt of any othel ISl>ue"
Anderson !>!lId the site based
budgetmg
team at South IS
lookmg at all a.pects of fund
mg to the high school, mc!ud
mg fundmg of Imprmts, but he
sa \1 no need fO! the school
boal d to adopt a new pohcy on
the matt!'1
'We ultImately
applOve the
budget," he said "That's OUI
majOI lesponslblbty
In thiS
case, \Ie Will lely heaVily on
the admllllstl atlOn's Iecommen
dation"
'QIofunsqip of 11lak£
But boald secletary
Lmda
Schmeder said to cut fundmg to
Imprmts 01 to censor the stu
dents
would penahze
futme
students who mav Wish to con
VOTER REGISTRATION NOTICE FOR
SPECIAL ELECTION
TO BE HELD TUESDAY, MAY 23,1995
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From page lA
North high school's distance
leaullng
'nteractlve
TV lab
\\ Ith the South high lush uc
tlOnal TV lab
• Completmg the mstallatlOn
of a \\Ide alea net\\olk for dlgI
tal shallng plOgrams student
mfm matlon and on Im~ data
• Installing necessary cablmg
m schools to support ne\\ tech
nolog) equipment
Included In the plan IS the
reqUIrement fm ongomg evalu
atlOn a plan that has yet to be
devel~ped, that would measure
whethel
lealnmg
goals ~ere
accomplished, judge the \\orth
of speCific electlomc tools and
plovlde assistance m Improvmg
the ImplementatIOn of the plan
In 1990, the school distrIct's
stIateg1c planmng team deve!.
oped a set of objectives on es
tabhshmg
electromc tools for
Southwestern
50th reunion
The
Southwestel
n High
School classes of 1945 WIll hold
a 50th relInlOn on 8atm day,
June 17, at the John Lyskawa
Hall
FOI more mformatlOn,
call Paul KIrcOS at 1-800536
1111
'aid he hill> no II1tentlOn of cen
'oOlmg the matellal
He made a publIc ~tdtement
..It the ApI II J school boal d
Illl'Ptll1g beCdUse. he saId, he
",hJl I IldPPI \\ Ith the \1a, the
1'>,UI' had
pla,ed out m the
Illldld ,lI1d felt It \\ as Impol1ant
to clallf\
\\hele
the boald
~tood
I had thought aoout the I~
,ue o\el the \Ieekend," Andel
,on s,ud, and I thought these
1~'>lleS "hould
be handled
thlOugh the dppropllate
chan
nels dnd \llthout
grandstand
II1g I m not sa, lIlg the Issues
'>houldn t be discussed public!} ,
but sometimes 1 thmk you can
deal 1\lth the Issues more elTec
tIl eh thlOugh qUIet diSCUSSIOn
\\ Ith the pal1le~ 111\ olved "
,-
lem mng
In 1993, the school system
sought the sel vices of an out
Side consultant
to conduct a
sy.tem\\ Ide audit
From that
came a July 1993 leport by
Glemer
ASSOCIates a Grand
Rapids based archl~ctwal
firm
The stud)
cost the dlstnct
$8000
Engmeers
from
Gremer
spent fOUl months
studymg
GlOsse POinte
South
High
School, ItS electrIcal
system,
commUnICatIOns equipment and
classroom
usage
Gremer's
study outhned a plan for updat
mg the school's mfrastructure
- a total package for wiring,
fiber OptiCScable, updatmg elec
tncal
WIrIng and mstalhng
computer eqUipment The cost
$267 mllhon
At the time, the school board
discussed the possiblity of pay.
mg for the ploject WIth a bond
Issue When the pubhc hbrary
separated from the school system last summer, the district
retamed $2 4 millIon m lIbrary
revenues
that admmlstrators
suggested be used for technologIcal
Improvement
rather
than floatmg bonds to pay for
the eqUIpment
In 1994, an ad hoc technol
ogy commIttee developed a five
year plan that cut Gremer As
soclates' plan m half
From page IA
Shme
recommended
the
board spht the "gap" millage
request
mto two questions'
68303 mills for five years for
operatmg expenses, and 13255
mills for five years to be ear
marked for technology Improve
ments
AdditIOnally, Shme drafted a
five year technology
plan to
support the millage request and
asked the board to approve that
plan before votmg to place the
paIr of millage requests on the
JlIne 12 ballot
Taylor said the technology
plan as presented by Shme dId
not prOVide enough dollars for
hardware and too much money
was budgeted for software He
also questIoned the adequacy of
havmg only four or five com
puter work statlOns m each
classroom
He voted agamst both mil
lage requests because, If ap
Notice IS hereby given that the Clerk's Office, 795 Lake Shore
Road Gros,e Pomte Shore,. Will be open
proved by ,;oters, they would
last fO! five years TaylOl smd
he wanted
to see three yem
millage requests placed on the
ballot
"By gomg for five years you
are dlsenfranchismg
by 67 pC!
cent
the
residents'
votmg
nghts," Taylor said
"I find your lOgIC cO'lvolut
ed," Anderson replied
FollOWing additIOnal dIscus
SlOn, trustee FlBnk Sladen sug.
gested the board was fO!gettmg
Its ~e
purpose a~? mstead
was playmg politics
In additIOn, two members of
the audience chastIsed Taylor
for votmg agamst the millage
proposals and one man accused
Anderson
of vIOlatmg parha
mentary procedure
MONDAY, APRIL 24, 1995 _. LAST DAY TO REGISTER
FROM 8:30 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.
for the purpo'e of recelvmg dpphcatlons for registration of Ihe
Quahfied Electors III Lake Township
The follOWingproposal Will be voted on
MACOMB COUNTY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
MILLAGE PROPOSAL
Shall the hmllatlon on Ihe amounl of la>.es which may be
Imposed In Macomb County be mcrea,ed by 33 cents
($033) per thousand dollars ($1,000) (033 lll111)of the
laxable value on all taxable property m Ihe County for a
penod of three years, 1995 to 1997, mc\uslve, for Ihe
purpose of makmg contnbuuon, III aId of the Suburban
Moblhty Authonty for RegIOnal Transportallon (SMART)
and Its purposes for Ihe elderly, handicapped and general
pubhc 111 Macomb County The levy of 0 33 mIll 111 1995
""auld r3lse approXimately $4 8 millIon dollars 111 the first
calendar year of Ihe levy
Anyone quahfied to vote who Will be 18 years of age on or before
Mav 23, 1995 may register to vote Absentee ba)lot applicatIOn by
mall deadlllle IS Saturday, May 20, 1995 at 200 pm
Persons
quahfied to vote by absentee ballot In the SpeCial ElectIOn may vote
10 per,on 10 the Township Clerl's Office up Unlll 4 00 pIn, May
22. 1995
Raymond
G PN
04/13/95 & 04/20/95
SuwJIlskl
Lake TownshipClerk
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So now you do have an alternative to emergency rooms.
We're open Monday-Friday 5:30-10:30 p.m.
Weekends and Holidays 4:30-10:30 p.m.
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Apnl 13, 1995
Grosse Pointe News
Woods resident not happy with 'above the cap' tax increase
By Jim Stlck10rd
StaH Writer
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PIOHng
once again
that
II hen It come, to tal>es nothlllg
IS sImple the lIhchlgan ta'\. hi
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Mayors' Prayer Breakfast
to feature Richard Carver
Rlchal d E Can el, pl eSldent
of MST Amellca, IIIII be the
!,'llcst speaker at the ninth an
nu,lI Mayors' Praver Breakfast
at 745 am Fndal'
May 5, 111
the
mdm balhoom
of the
GIO;se Pomte Yacht Club
III addItion to hIS current posltlOn Illth MST Amenca - a
cilnqultmg
firm
representmg
such dl\ erse chentq as Zeppe
!In, Helliett Pa~h.al d, Zollern,
dnd the Gel man State of the
Saal land - Carvel also owns
dnd serves aq chdlrtran
of the
Can.er Lumber Co 111 Peona,
ll!lnOls
In 1984, Carvel, a colonel m
the US AIr Force reserve, II as
dPPOlnted by PresIdent Reagan
to ;en e as an ASSistant Sei:re.
tal) of the AIr Force Dunng
that
same tlme
pellod,
he
~, n ed a ~ president of the U S
Confewnce of Mayors, a dlrec.
tor of the NatIOnal League of
CltJe" a membel of the Presl
dent's Advlsol \ CommiSSIOn on
Intel governmental
RelatlOns,
and preSIdent of the NatIOnal
Confel ence of Republican May
01 S In 1982 he was appomted
to the preSIdent's commISSIon
0'1 housmg and m that capacIty
<;PI \ed as ch31rman
of the Fed
el al Housmg PI ograms Com
nllttee
In conjunctIOn WIth the U S
Conference of Mayors, Carver
and hIS Wife, JUdith, edlte<i
"One Day USA,"a book of photographs deplctmg hfe III Amer.
Ica's cltles
The breakfast,
which
an
nually attracts more than 500
people, celebrates the NatIOnal
Day of Prayer as proclauned by
the preSident It also recogmzes
the role thdt prayer has played
III the !lves of mdlVldual Amer.
Icans, as well as the natIOn as
a whole This year's breakfast
\\ III be hosted by John Huettemann III, VIllage preSIdent of
Grosse Pomte Shores
, The pressures and demands
on Ollr hves are mcreasmg at
an aIm mmg rate and It IS won
derful to hale an annual event
hke the Mayors' Prdyer Break
'\r\\ ,sprlns
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Harvey
Ovshlllsky,
award
wlllnmg writer, producer and
director, WIll teach a weekend
workshop III creative \\Tltmg
Apnl 22 and 23 at the Grosse
POInte Academv
The workshop combmes lee
tures
WIth group wscusslOn,
wntmg exercises and practIces,
poetry wntmg
and multIple
doses of Ovshlnsky's own self
motlvatmg messages, "Wnte-A.
Richard Carver
fast to glVe us the opportunity
to pause a nd reflect," Huette
man said
Mlns"
' !t IS espec18l1y gratJfymg to
be a part of what IS now a
lllne year tradltlOn that bnngs
all of the Grosse Pomtes and
Harper Woods together to reo
flect on the role prayer has
played III not only shaplllg the
quahty of our mdlvldual hves
but that of our respectIve com
mumtles as well "
The mayors from the five
Grosse
Pomtes
and Harper
Woods, who make up the plan
mng comrmttee are, Gregg Ber.
endt, Grosse
Pomte
Farms,
John Huetteman, Grosse Pomte
Shores, James R Haley, Har
per Woods, Palmer T Heenan,
Grosse Pomte Park, Robert E
NOVltke, Grosse Pomte Woods,
and Susan Vvlleeler, City of
Grosse POInte In additIOn to
the regular program, a memonal tnbute to the late Gerald
C Schroeder,
former vJilage
preSIdent
of Grosse
Pomte
Shores, IS planned
Tickets for the breakfast are
$15 and are available at the
Harper Woods or Grosse Pomte
mUniCIpal offices For more III
formatIOn, contact Susan Gra
ham at (313) 3964200 or Joseph Gualtlen
at (313) 396
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The CounCIl of the VIllage of Grosse Pomte Shores Will convene m
all adjourned se,slOn on TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1995 at 7:00 P"M.,
Ihe fourth Tuesday rather Ihan the th"d Tuesda) of lhe month, as
normally scheduled The CounCil Will meet III the wuncl] chambers of
the Grmse POinie Shore" mumclpal bUlldlllg 795 Lake Shore Road
To RlSElM DISPLAY AOVt:IU1SING SPACE 8Y 2 00 r.M FIlJD.\Y
4300
~ointe
GROSSE POINTE
PRIMARY
of. nr Ol,lr lifrlnS cftQnm9
and mad", room for mort"
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cap must strictly apply"
Roland Andel son of the ;tate
11easury department
S31d the
Issue bodq down to whether a
change m a home's c1asslfica
lIOn dllOlI; d Llty to rdl!>e the
taxable value of a home mOle
than the law would normally
allow
'That deciSIOn wIll have to
be made by the state tax tn
bundl," "aId Anderson "It's a
decISIon that WIll have to be
deCIded on the exact pmtlCulars
of the case, so I feel that I can't
comment on whether the city's
actIOn 11'111 stand, but It IS an
mtelCstmg questIOn"
The state tax tnbunal
WIll
meet durlllg the summer A de
Cl"lon flom the tllbunal
can
take sevel dl months, said An
derson
t)b'!t
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Book.
Vlllageof~rOSSe
The workshop meets from
8 30 a m to 3 pm Saturday,
Apnl 22, and from 10 a m to 4
P m Sunday, Apnl 23 Enroll
ment IS $150 and students
should brmg thetr own pen,
paper and lunch Classes Will
be conducted m the academy
hbrary, Just off the front en.
trance of the school, located at
171 Lakeshore
Call
Kelly
Hackatorn
for more mforma
tlOn at 313-886 1221
fRH YOUR fHT
qnc.
'Hap~C11'
'Hour<
";"~l
homes III the cIty Reeently we
completed
a reVIew of 285
homes III the northeast corner
of the cIty These homes \\ €I e
bUIlt by fow compam~
III the
Don't forget your 'Write-A-Mins'
C O"Jrntr)' Creations.
'\\hrrr ~Slr
homes III the northeast part of
town That's \\ hy those resl
dents saw the taxable value of
theIr homes lllcrease more than
the 26 pel cent allo\led
by
hIlI
1960,
Knapp saId that ;('Ielal resl
Most of the homes III the
area had a classificatIOn hIgher dents complamed, but when the
was explamed
to
than Schneider's, Knapp saId SituatIOn
The hIgher the clasSificatIOn, them, they seemed to accept It
"No one likes to pay hlghel
the higher the home assess
tal>es, but for the most part
ment
The cIty ol'er the years had they did accept the situation,"
lecelved
a number
of com. saId Knapp
Schneider
1\ as
not one of
plalllts from reSIdents who said
He contacted
that the assessments of some of those leSldents
their
neIghbors
were
lowel state officl8ls and said that he\
gOlllg to appeal the local tax
than theirs
"We did a re\ IeII' and found tribunal's deCISIOn
"ThiS IS onlv a gImmick to
out that
they were light,"
Knapp s81d "So we changed exceed the tal> cap," said
the c1assllicatlOn of about 20 Schneldel "PlOpo"al A IS vel)
clem on thIS Issue and the tax
GIOSse Pomte Woods I eSldent
Robert
Schneldel
dlscoveled
that the taxable value of hIS
home m the northeast CO! nel of
the Woods mcreased by 85 per
cent smce last) em, an amount
much greater than the 2 6 pel
cent allowabl~ under state law
Unhappy with thiS mcrease,
Schneldel went to the Woods'
tax tribunal and asked fOl re
hef, which he did not get
The Ieason, said city assessor
BIll Knapp, \S that SchneIder's
home along wIth almost 20
others m the Woods was reclas
slfied
"The state ConstitutIOn calls
for unlfOl mlty III assessments,"
saId Knapp "For the past cou
pIe of years, we've been re
checklllg
the assessments
of
thel a change m home c1asslfi
cdtlon Juqtdie~ an Increase 111
the t.u..able I alue of the home
!,'leatel than the 26 pel cent
cap Imposed by law
Tre
dJ'pJte
arose
II hen
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April 13, 1995
Grosse Pointe News
Woods begins budget talks, pledges to hold line on property taxes
By Jlm Stlckford
Staff Wnter
If dll goe:. \\ell Illth the
budget
planning
pI oce~:.,
GIO:.se Pomte \\ ood, Ibldents
\\ III not ,ee an IOU ea", m local
pi opel1\ ta."e~
It's OUl goal to hold the Ime
\\ Ith ull pIOpel1\ t I,e",
~ald
\Vood~ fillanu~ comnllttee chon
man Petel G'lezan
Whate\el
happen,
\Ihen Ill' detelmme
OUI <pendmg pflO!ltle~ fO! the
\ e,ll, Ill' 1\ ant to make ~U1 e II e
don t hm e to I alse ta,es ..
The
1994
~ummel
ta,
bill fOI
\lhlCh
contdmed
the
cIty's local property tax, \\ as
II 8 mills, said a sj}Okes\\ oman
fOJ the comptrollel 's office
Last year the city's genel al
fund budget was $87 mIllIon
Gllezan saId that the finance
commIttee Will not be able to
estImate
\\ hat
thIS ) eal 's
burl"'p! \,,11 bp until the counc,l
e:.tabhshes
spendlllg pllolltles
and until the committee deter
mines 1\hat sevelal
lecently
Signed contracts \\ III cost the
city
changes from year to yeal, and
nue IS aVllllable dUel we deter
IS hard to estimate ..
nllne OUI fixed costs 1\III deter.
The cIty counCil IS planmng
nune what \1p can do In these
to meet several tlmes hefOle categOlles "
the end of the month to dIscuss
TIle city adminIstratIOn
IS
the budget, saId Gllezan The
\\orkmg on a 10 year road plan
'We also have to find out dIfficulty
IS 10 detel mmmg
<;()
that the counCIl can better
\\ hat OUl medical costs \1III spendmg priorIties
plan for lOad ImpIOVE'ment~ It
he"
Gllezan
~a,d 'Thdt
Doe" the city spend more on will allow cIty offiCIals "to
oo\\el repairs 01 lOad repairs?
a\ Old the peaks and valleys
Does the cIty dip mto the cable
that come WIth planmng
a
fund, or should the clt) make
yell! to yeal
baSIS," Gllezan
Improvements
to CltY-OI\ned s8Id
Drive TheIr next re,t stop, at bUlldmgs? Gllezan saId the'>e
The counCil \1111meet to dIg.
the 8 6 mile pomt, IS the Grosse al e the prlOl"ltles the counCil CU<;Sthe budget afiel the regu
Pomte Academy
must determine
In the
ne"t
Idl counCil sesslon on Apul 17
Walkels
WIll \\alk
do\\n
couple of weeks
The councl! Will meet again
LakeshOi e to the GIOSse Pomte
"We'll
be lookmg at the Apnl 18 and Apnl 24
VIllage bUIlding
When they mamtenance
of major slJ eets,
"These meetlllgs should al
reach the ShO!es stop, they Will local streets, the cost of mUlllCI 10\\ us to u on evetythmg
out
have walked 11 7 miles They pal Implovements
and pOSSIble and set OlU-pnontJes," Gllezan
wJ!1 then proceed up Vermel to capital eqUIpment purchases,"
saId "We ~hould have a budget
North, completmg the 125 mile said Gllezan "How much Ieve
by the end of the month"
walk
The walk WIll take partlCI
pants through four of the five
C1tyof~rnfifi.e
Jnint.e
~no.bfi,
MIchigan
Grosse Pomtes For mfonnatlOn
on partlclpatmg,
call 810-350
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CANCELLATION:
The pubhc
0020, ext 218
heanng, recently adverll~ed by the Clly CounCIl s(.heduled for
Monday, Apnl 17, 1995, at 7 30 pm, 10 Ihe CounCIl Court Room of
the MUniCipal BuildIng at 20025 Mack Plaza, to hear Ihe appeal of
Fredenck Petz, PalindromiC ASSOCIates,20902 Mack Avenue, for a
bUlldmg permll, HAS BEEN CANCELLED It has been determmed
Phoemx on June 1 3
that the petluoner does not reqUIre an off-street parkmg vanance of Ius
For mOle mformatlOn, con
proposed cOnstmcllon For any further mformallon, please contacl the
tact Bob Llsey, 8830 Pemberton
CllY Clerk's office
Dnve, Sterhng HeIghts, Mlch
louJse S. Warnke
G P N 04113/95
48312 (810) 264 6664
C'tyClerk
MS Walk 1995 through the Pointes mapped out
By Jim Sllckford
Staff Wnter
With Just a fe\\ \Ieeks to go,
the loute of the 1995 Multiple
SclerOSIS Walk hd' bren final
\Zed
PI~::d's:On~:':~~Iri:~~,~~s
aro
tl e 1118\1dlk at ItS last council
meeting In Mdrch The \\alk
\\111 stlll beglll and end at
GIO:.se Pomte
NOl th HIgh
School
"\Ve needed to change parts
of the I\alk 10Ute to accommo
date
length
and
Iest
~~1h;\~~~\~:;upalgn
stops,"
managel
The 1\ alk IS scheduled to be
gm In the mornmg on Sunda),
Apnl 23, Conway saId The
Social Security an independent agency
tlOns, offiCials stated
Undel the 1994 Social Secu
llty Independence and Program
ImplOvement
Act transfen 109
the agency, 88A letams the Ie
sponslblhty
fm adrmOlstellng
the Old Age, SurvIVOrs, and
Disability
Insurance
programs
(OASDD and Supplemental
Se.
CUllty Income (881) program
88A WIll also contmue to assist
m admlmstermg
the MedIcare
and Black Lung programs
A~ of ~lll1ch 31, the SocIal
SeeUllty AdmlOlstratlOn (SSAl
became an mdependt nt agency,
sepaJate from the Depaltment
of Health and Human Sen Ices,
which hdS been ItS home base
smce 1953
The change IS e:l.pected to
plOllde a ne\\ level of Iecognl
tlOn to SSA and to all those
\\ ho I ecell e SOCial SecurIty
benefits and oUpp0l1 the sjstem
through then pa,roll contllbu
length of the walk route IS 125
nllles, or 20 kilometers
Walkers \\111 begm at North
HIgh School The first rest stop
IS at Montieth School, about 2 6
miles a\\ay Walkers will then
head to Kerby school, which lS
4 6 miles from the startmg
pomt
Lunch
will he served
at
Grosse
Pomte
South
High
School at the 7 1 mile pomt
Walkers Will then travel along
Mawnee
Road to Lakeland
They WIll take a left on Lake
land and proceed to Lake Shore
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Grosse Pointe
Schools
News
Visit school
April 25
North and South
Boyer speaks
at Academy
The C.IO~<;ePOIl1Le Aladpm,
plesenb natlondll.> knO\IJ1 cdu
catm B,ne,t L Bove" Ph D
the filst bpeakcl In the Wtlham
Challes ~kMllian II leltllle ~c
nes, dt 7 pill
Wednesda),
Aplll 26, 111the academy dudl
tOil urn 171 LakeshOi e, (;lOs~e
Pomte Fa! ms
Boyer 'ull ,pedh on Ib~lle~
cancel mng elemenlary
educa
hon
Cdll 3138861221
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more mfOllllatlOn on the fJ ee
lectule
Play and learn
with your tot
Reglstel
nO\l fOi Glosse
POInte Commumty EducalJon'b
populm pal ent toddlct cla<;sc<;,
which stmi Tuesday Apll! 25,
at Bdl neo slhool 20090 \101 n
mgslde D,lve
Taught
by Suoan Galdlla,
TlIsha
MOlath
dnd Tel esa
VanSIckle, thc t\lO hoUi mOin
mg cla,ses b'1ve pm ent~ and
toddlelo d \leeklv opportumty
to egage 111 somctlmes messy
but ahl a)' fun actlvltlcs
that
ma) not be pel mIlled at homc
Seaoonal claft plOJech mvoh
'\1m th ~lud('nl,
lIlcludeli
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HaUl
dill :'>1011, '1hUlnp-,on, GOlan
J.lnll "In .1ell Edmonds, Julw
Scan St, vc-n,,(\n LI~d
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IIII.hlL ..,lU,-lLJ Lh !hilLJt.JjJdll.u'
III
,Johll'Ot!
.Joc I homp,on
and
the !\Ildllg,1n School Band ,1Ild l\Ilchdl I FlIlP
01 dll',tl ,I A""xI,\twn
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14 of tltl 11\ ('\en!',
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Pmcelb ;\1lddlc School stu
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dent
Joe Frazzltta
11, of
Ryan Chllotl,lI1~ 1'1('VOl lLu
GlOoSC Pomte Woods receIVed
110 Cllk,1 Beel
(,db, Slimko
an honoraule mentIOn III the
Jet ('1111 VdnHof \llhl \'ande
Janum1
1995 CllCket League
Pulte
Nllk
leldlu
Robelt
mtel natlOndl wntll1g compctl
Clm k "'lUlU BlIl1bl III Ndte tlOn For thIS contcbt, entrant~
SPUll
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EIlI! Pat
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Ilch
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0111n.lnll, Stc
about a most Important tl eas
phdllle Zleglel and \1eg Slppe\
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Pomte
Chl1~t, ,111
School II !II hold Ib ,mnu,.1 km
del galien I ound up at 1 p III
1uebdai, APlll 25 1he kmdel
galten da'N oom, II 1IJ be open
for Vl~ll~ h, p,1I cnlb and dllld
len
Helen McDonald,
plll1clpal
will talk "bout till.' ,chool and
Its pohuc,
Cdth) Aileb \1111
reVle\\ oppOliullltws fm pdlen
tal 1m all ement BeahKc HolT
man \I 111de~u Ibe the kmdel
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1995 began
on Saturday.
Apn1 L al
the tlckel booth, where
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passes Irom teachers Pandora Buterakos and Nancy
Schulte, above, to try their
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from around
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the
Sakaura
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student Charhe Pellz. al
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SCARFONE
& GEEN, P.C.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
18000 MACK AVENUE
GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN 48224--
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TELEPHONE: (7 17) 747 --6600
FACSIMILE: (313) 881 --6567
ROBERT J. SCARFONE
JOSEPH T LONGO
• JOHN B. GEEN
• MICHAEL J. PESESKI • THOMAS 1. KILLEEN, JR.
GEOFFREY H. SALE • GEORGE J DAVID • THOMAS M. L1ZZA
W. WAYNE COUNTY OFFICE
MACOMB COUNTY OFFICE
1O~ 5 INKSTER ROAD
24055 JEFFERSON, SUITE 2000
GARDEN CITY, MI 48 1~ 5
ST. CLAIR SHORES, MI 48080
SHARON EDWARDS
CAROL ANN WOOLSEY
CERTIFIED PARALEGAL
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Obituaries
April 13, 1995
;rosse Pointe News
Frances V. Lutomski
A memolldl Md" \ld' ",l1d
Sdtmda)
AplIl 8 aL St Paul
('dLhohL ChUlLh
In
GlOs"e
Pomte F .11 m" fOi FI dnee!> V
LutVlIhhJ,
7i, \\JW UILU ~Iun
da), Aplll 3, 1995, .It hel home
In GI O"!>"Pom tt' P.lI h
M!'< Lntamskl \IJ" bOlll III
Alpend
She I" !>Ul\ wed b) hel hus
h,md, !fan)
J Lutomshl, a
d,lUghtel
Lvnn Lutam'ohl
a
"Oil, Chll'otophm Lutom<kl, and
d !>I,tel Eleanol Ta) lor
An angemenb
\I el l m.lde b)
Lhe (ha!> Vel hi', den JnL Fu
nel,ll Home III GIO"l }'Ollltl
P.llk
LOIS
Schmldl
Lois Schmidt
,
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Pllvate
sell'lces
were held
SatUlday, Apnl 8, at Forest
Lall n Cemetel'} III DetlOit fOl
LOIS Schmidt,
99, who died
Sunda,
Mal ch 5, 1995 at hel
home m Dechelville
BOln 111 St Stephens
Nell
BI unswlck "It;, Schmidt wa>; a
fOI mel
1 e!>ldent
of Grosse
Pomte Farm,
Aftel fim"hmg high school III
St Stephen'
she gtaduated
flOm nUl ~mg school m New
Yor" and became a United
States Citizen m 1941 She was
d nUl se at Belh ue Hospital m
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k ,10m
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1915 18
ae" I OJ
AffectlOnatel)
kno\' n a;,
"SUkl,
Mr< Schnudt enjoyed
LrosSWu"l \1uzzles and Det! OIt
Tlgel baseball gdmes, ho,temng
to evel) game on the I adlo un
III she II dS 89
ShE' 1< 'oUl"V1I
ed by three
gJllndchlld1e11 and thl~e j,'leat
j.,'1andchlldl ..n Shl was plede
cea'oLd b, hel husband, FI edel
Ick Sdul1Id. d ,on WIlham M
Schmidt d 'ot<,tel Glady" Libby,
dnd 1\\0 blOthel s, Ralph and
Hazen Llbbl
Arrangement< II ere made I"
the A H Petel ~ Funelal Home
111 Gln"e
Pomt, Woods
bl (Jtltel, Phlllp Delp She wa"
Illedeced"ed by hel husband
Robelt C Dargel,
and t\\O
blOthel<, Walren
and Robelt
Delp
Interment
1<' In the St Pall I
Catholic ChUich columballulll
An angements \\ ere made b,
the Chas Verheyden Jill' Fu
nel al Home III Gro!>'>e Pomte
PlIlk
Louis J. Jost
A funeral
Mass II as !>dld
Wednesday, Malch 22, at OUI
Ldd) Queen of Peace Catholic
Church III Harper Woods fOl
Loms J Jost, 78, of DetlOit
\1 hl) dIed Saturday,
Mal clt 18,
1995, dt St .John Ho,pltal 10
Detroit
BOlfi In Wmmpeg, Mamtoba
;>'11 Jost was a fOlmer I e"ldent
of GIOSse POinte Woods
He was a mamtenance super
11"01' for Wllgle) GI ellt Scott
iflacel y stores
I\ll Jost WdS a fil st lIeuten
ant In the U S Army dUllng
\VOIld \Vat II
He \I a!> a membel of Amell
can LegIOn Post 303 and the
MIchigan Railroad Club
:l-h Jo;,t IS SUi"\'!\ed bv hiS
WIfe, Lucy (Kowalel\skl) Jost, a
daughtel, Dland BarbICr, a son'
Roger Jost, thlee
gllmdchlldJ.en, and 1\\ 0 Sisters, EmIl)
Ambloslewlcz and Mallan MI
chaelskl
Bunal was at Fort Custel
NatIOnal Cemetery III Augusta
AlTdngements well' mdde by
the A H Peters Funeral Home
In
GIOSse POinte Woods
h"l hu,b,md
Donald Felrh
.I
ddugPlel
D, bOldh FellI"
.\
'>On, DdVld FI'IIIS
and tl\O
gt andlhlldJ en
Meillol (,11 wntllhutton"
m,ll
tw m,ld, to tl", ArthlltlO
Fn'll'
datIOn. 23999
NOI thll c,tel n
Hlgh\\av SUite 210, ::x,uthfield,
1\lJch 18075
C. Be!>imer
Armina
A llIemOildl '1'1' Ice \\ III be
held at a latel ddte fm <\rmma
C Besllnel, 93, 1\ ho dKd Satul
duy, Api'll 8, 1995, at hel Ie"
dence m GIO"-,,ePomte Wood!>
BOln m Hol)oke, ~1d,,< :-'11s
BeS1l11er dttended the U III \ el
sity of Mlchlgdn
She wa>; Ii tedcher 111 the De
timt pubhc schools
lean ferns
She '" SUI\ II E'd by a son Pe
tel J Besllnm ~he II as pi ede
Margaret Jane (Jean)
wdSl.'d bj hel husband. Fled
ferris
ellC B Be"mel,
a daughter,
A memolHl <CIVile \l11i be Enuly 5eegelt, and a son, Fled
held dt 11 am Satllldav, Apnl ell~ B Beslmel JI
Allangement,
\\ele m,lde b;
22. at Fort SIll"'! Pte"bytellan
the Clld< Verhe) den 1m Fu
ChUich m DebOlt fm Margaret
Jane (Jean) Felils 64, who died nela! Home m GIO!>"" P01l1te
Thur"da),
l\ldl~h 23 19%. dt Palk
MemOlldl contllbutlons
may
Bon SeCOUlS HO;,Pltdl m the
be made to the l\h~hlgan Can
Clt) of GIO;,,,e Pomte
cel FoundatIOn 15111 13 1Ihle
Bm n III Ashmgton, Engldnd,
111 S F!'n IS was a re!>ldent of Wan en i\hch 48093
Grosse Pomte Pal"
Neva Ann Rueger
Lookmg back on hel hfe one
5en Ice" \leI" held MondllY
thmks of the pJea;,ures of mu
SIC, laughter, old movIes good Api'll 10, at Mount Oh,et Lu
con\ersahon
and a lCSpect for theran ChUi ch 111 DetlOit fm
86, \\ho
the qua hIleS of personal bonoI', Neva Ann Rueger
generosIty and LOmpasslOn She died FlldllY, Aplll 7, 1995, ,11
Nmth
Ho<pltal III
IVlll he sadl) mIssed
by the Bethesdd
Cmcmnatl
many \\ho loved hel
Born 111 Moullt
Clemens,
MI S Fern!> IS Sill vlved by
:>'11" Huq~el \,," " 10l IIII I 11;<'1
dent of (,10""" PomLl F.1l m,
She IC, <,lI1 I II ul h\ d ddugh
tel, K<llen BodLlmllller, a ,>on
(' Fred Huegel
eight grand
dil1dH n If'ld fOlP <'1 f'''1t <'1 "1nr\
thlldren
0
~
AIl,mgements
\\ele made h,
the A H Peters Funel!il HOI1H
m GIOSse Pomte Woods
Memolld! contllbutlOn"
md\
be made to the Chdllt, of th(
donor" chOIce
23A
lIo!>plt,d In the Clt)
801 n III DetrOit \11 ;>.Ieldl
\la, d 1hlcll nt of ('"l''' Pomll'
Wood"
III I' I ,del". '0 '''' L'"
Postal Sel 'Ill'
MI
\llIde
\I a'o
<1n .1\ lei
I eadel
,wd 'llOlt< fan He ,11,0
loved to 11<1lel
He '" !>UIVIIed bv hi!> \1 de,
LOIl tta IPI!>clOltal Melde, and <1
!>htel Ro"Cnhll)'
He \\ db
pledeced~d
b) thlce b'otheh
Abraham Meide
Mo'oe,
Anthon)
dnd Albt'lt
A memOlIJI sel'VILe \\3" held Meidl'
Allangellllnb
\lCle fllddl' bv
Satulda),
AplIl 8, .It ChI 1st
the [,ha,
Verhe,dE'n Inc Fu
Chlllch III Dell Olt 101 Abl3ham
nel.II HomL III (,Io<,<,e Potnte
Meidl', 68. \lho dll'd Thlllsdd)
Pmk
Apnl 6. 1995 at Bon Sewlll"
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Has the
true meaning of Easter
gotten a little fuzzy?
\
Nominees sough~ for oldest moms
NommatlOns ale sought far
MIchigan's
oldest mothe! ~ to
participate in the sIXth annual
MIchIgan Parades mto the 21st
Century, "Salute to Michigan
Mothers ..
Ten of Michigan's
oldest
mothers Will be selected to nde
III vmtage cars m the paHlde
The mothel!> will also be hon
ored at a ;,peclal bl unch along
With
members
of"'_.....
their"" famllICs
,
, ...
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Toe pal ade wlIf De <eleeast hve
'on MIchigan pubhc teleVISIOn
;,tatewlde and each f)f the moth
el s \I III be (eallU ed
ThIs yea! the palJ.de \\111 be
held on SatUi day May 20, the
weekend
followmg
~[othel 's
Day, m do\\ntown Ldnsmg at
the Cap1tol
The 1995 parade I!>the slKth
of 11 held to ushel III the 21st
~entuly
III
MichIgan
Thl"
yeal';, parade \\ 11\ hlghhght the
'50s and Its tJ eaSUles In addl
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Pdld to the MlcllIgan Slumel"
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Grosse Pointe News
Income taxes: It seems like they've always been around
Whethel
IOU Ie \lleothng
\11th a 10-tO IT-40PNR,0l
40 the allllUall!tu,11 of Il<llmg
lot\e" I' no plenll
.\ 01 I' II
ne\l E\en tol'" hom the <cc
ond ce!ltun hold td\ deddlme;
to meet
Sheet <, of papl I Ih ,!lid pot
tel) ;h il ,I, held III the lhll\ll
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01 ;\llchlgdn,
PdP, Ill~
Collel tlOn Ielldl .I numb"1 ot
slm!lml tll" bd \I een t 01 '"'>~ t lwn
cr
and tu\.eb no\\
('Illlent
ta," fOinh can be
filed I I,) the m"Il, 01 computel
hut m .1IluUIl E!-(\pi the com
putel \\.1" the td' loll One
such loll held lI1 the L1M
collectIOn h 106 f,'et long and
hst~ 600 .1dnh males \\ ho paId
talles dm mg an 11 month pe
Ilod oj one ta, lem The om
Clal la,- COllectOl had agent~
1101kll1!( In \ l!lages,
gOIng
hou'l: to hOll~e wllectll1g \I holl
\\ a~ due on d. Vdst a' 1 d) 01
ta,cs
Induchng capital
tldde
and l,md
When
conflonted
b\
the
lolleltOl, the head of the hOlhl'
hold \lould
hand
Olel
the
malleI IlqUlll'd ,md 10,dUln
Ilouid gl't a lecelpt on the ~pot
11011el ('I ;<.1\ ~ 11aJano~ Gago"
CUI.11m of tIll' U 1\1 collectIOn,
thdt le(etpt \I as often 1111tten
on .I polter) Shdl d The collel
tlll II auld Jll;t I each mto the
~ll eet pll" up one of manl bID
"en pottel\
piece, and \I lite
the payel a lecelpt
Thel(' \I ('1e Cd<,e,. G<.IgO'i
~ald
"hel c people
elthel
dldn t Pd) 01 \\ el e III 311 edl s,
le.ldmg to then 11Ight flam the
count! I ~Ide to lo"e them;ell es
III the more
populous CIl) of
Ale'dndllJ. ' Empel 01 ~ could
and did declee that people not
mOle flom Cltv to city 01 elen
nelghbOl hood to nelghbol hood,
Ihelebl a<swmg accUldte ta,
collectIon
fhe tall. agents letUl ned to
t heu headquJ.ltel s each da\ to
entel the wllectlOns mto what
amounled to a da) boo" Taxes
In dllewnt Eg) pt could be pmd
,hare of the a,se;sed I" x
III ,.hll OJ In kmd dependmg
Faml!} membel~ hdd Iv pUI
II hdt II dO,belllg taxed
fOl n P1!oq.~'ng ('l"'t'l..
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th('lE \lue e,emptlOns to the
gPIWIal I,,"' legulatlOn,
Some
c1d~ses 01 people II ere ellempt
fI am Pd) mq leltam taxes No
Roman Cltlum 01 ph) SIClan had
to pdV .1 C.lpll.ll tall
Keeplllg tl dCJ,. of II ho hved
II hel e and
holV mam
III a
hou,ehold Ilele to be taxed de
pended on the census IepOlt, a
count Idken every 14 yea! s by
j( poltel ~ gomg
house to house
If <,omeone listed on the cen<,us
II as no longel a part of that
hou;ehold II hen the tax collec
tOI hnocked, the agent came
back to Imestlgate,
mqUlnng
about death leports or new ad
ill e~ses
At that time," Gaga. saId,
Photo b, JJm SlIckford
'ta'\eo \lele based on the "hole
eommumt\
and then blOken
Coffee Grinder owner John Jutte inVited, lor, KeVln Young, Adam Brgmlgge and David
dOli n as to what each famlly
Mickelson. otherwise known as the Barrington Blues Band, to play at his Hill coffee shop
and thell each mdlvldual owed
Saturday. April L to kick off a series of events celebrating the second anniversary of the
Cltl7ens 14 to 62 years old opening of the shop,
\I el e expected
to pa) their
Oil
Village Kroger closes one week for makeover
By Jim Stlckford
Staff Writer
Becau~ the' LOuldn t make
the Krogel m'the \ !llage big
gel compaJ1\ e,"ecuhl l'S have
decld"d to make It heltel
We'll be dOSing OUI ;tOle In
the Villagl' at 6 pm Fud,),
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,aId
companl
~poke;m.m
Ed\l3ld
Nakfoor
"We 11 I eopen .It 8 am S,ltur
dm Apill 22
The VIllage KlOgel I; bemg
tUl ned mto a "premlel"
store,
Nakfool saId The company has
opened a numbel
of plemlel
stores m places like Bloomfield
HJ!b
The advantage
of a pI emlel
StOle IS that It allows Kragel to
catel to the mOle commumtw'i
II Ithout bUlldmg' new stOl es,
oald Nakfoor The Village Kllr
gel' has about 20,000 sq,ldre
mumtles
lLke GIOsse Pomte
that have Krogel stores," Nak
fool' said "These stOl e; ha' e
been m the community
fOI a
long tlme, but by today' s stan
d'lI ds the stores dre small
Smce Kroger can't make them
bIgger, Kroger deCided to make
them bettel "
feet of /1001 space, \I hlch I\as
the avel age sIze of a superm81
ket \\ hen It was bUIlt ovel' 30
yemo ago
Smce that time, trends In the
gI ocery busmess have changed
Supelmarhets
have gotten a lot
bIgger
A SUpel market
bemg
budt toda} mIght hale about
45.000
square
feet of floor
space, smd Nakfoor
"Thel e are a number of com
Makmg them bettel Include.,
lemodelmg
the Village
KIOger's mterlOr, and stockmg the
Stole \Vlth more upscale Items
FOI example,
the btore Will
cdrry 25 kmds of mushlooms,
Imported cheeses and an lfil
proved selection of heelS "nd
wme,
Premlel
means higher
meats for sale, and
bhOltlv after arrIvmg home, quahty
the lnJured boy became 111and fresh bread, said Nakfoor
The changeover from a regu
hiS mother took htm to the
emergency
room at St John, Jar stOI e to a premier stOl e Will
\\ here he \\ as admItted to the be completed In June KJ oger
pediatriC mtensl\ e care IImt has no plans to remodel ItS
The other bnv IlIvolved Was stOl e at the cornel of Mack and
suspended flam school for three Moross, saId Nahfoor
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PUBLIC SAFETY REPORTS
By Shirley A. McShane
Pop go
the windows
take from stOle ;helves
and
conceal In hIS clothmg a pack
age of frozen flench fne'i a
block of cheese and a bag of
bagels
When emplo}ees
LOn
FoUl lI1cldents of shattel ed
ftonted the man, he <hopped
cal WllldO\l' \\ el e reported 111
the food and flpcI from the
Gro;se Pomle Woods on April
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The fil ~t inCIdent occurred at
228 am \lhen a Woods polLce
officer on pab 01 found a ne" Iy
shattered
real \I mdow on a
parked
cal m the area of
A 14 year-oJd BlOwnell ~!Id
Goethe and Hampton
Then at 2 50 a m a re~ldent dIe School ~tudent 1m olved III a
who hves III the 800 block of fight on ~hool gJound~ Aplll 6
Hampton heard the sound of was lI;ted In stable conditIOn
earher thiS \veek at 5t John
glass
shattering
dnd
tire.
Ho~pltal
squeahng
Upon fUlther Ime~
The bo) suffeled a luptUled
tlgatlOn, the l'€sldent found hIS
spleen after he and another 14
cm \\ mdo\\ smashed
a\
At 3 24 am, m the area of year-old scuffied m the 11<111\1
Goethe and Hampton, police of outSIde the band room at the
middle ~hool In GI o~se Po,nte
ficers seal ched the area fOl pos
SIble suspects after the 0\\ nel Farmo
The IlIJwed bo"s
pdlllll'
of a damaged
Cl.ll reported
seeIllg a gray four-dool vehIcle told Fa! m~ police thel would
like to pres~ charges agallJ-t
contammg
thl ee men short!)
the othel teen Pohce wel e \lI
after hIS cal II \lIdo\\ ,vas shat
,estlgatlng
the
IIIcldent
<it
tered
At 457 am thl \I mdO\\ of a pre,s time and could not com
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dl ea of menl
The InCident began alound 2
Martel and Ro~h n 1\ "s shat
pm "h",n one of the bUh \la,
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a,ked to lea,e cl,l~ fOJ .Kdng
pear< a BB gun I,a" uoed Po
In a dl,rnptIve
mannel
rhe
lice al e 1n1{,'itlgdtll1g
othel hili apPa!enlh
mauc a
comH" nt 10 the ejected ,tlldent
and \I OIL}; \\el£ e"-!Idngc d
Afte! cla& thl> ejected ,IU
dent and th" othel boy L'
c1)angerl mOle I\ords and bef!,m
Emplo)ee, of a !,'1Nl' I ~tore
figbtlllg
Wltnes<
staten,enlon MaCK m Gn,'"
P01l1tl'
\ al'\ Son", students told 1',,1\(\
Fm lib tfled un"lCc"ofu\lv
010
thdt tht llllUI ed boy d to n,,1
Apnl 7 to captllle a ,nan 111 a
fight back nth"l'" ~md h. ,I d
red plaid ,hut \\ ho attempted
Teacher~ bro"e up the fight
to 'teal sclelal food Items
and lhe 00) 'i \\ CIe "'lit hene
StOIC \larkeI'
''i\l the man
School fight
turns serious
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regular Kroger and a premier store. Kroger will be clOSing
its Village store for a week beginning on Saturday to con.
vert It into a premier store,
E"l:slerl
GH"'se Pomte 1'''1'' tl'ldent
MalJ' Un~ko
attol ney and a',I,t.ml
dlrectOl of l\1<idonn,1
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Th., Dodgl' A"eng"'l I. bdbl
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d nice boy wessed up hke a
bad boy Intended to fill the
gap left by retirement of the
Dodge Daytona, the new Dodge
Avenger does that more than
adequately
It looks ilke It should also be
III the hne of descent of the
Dodge Chalgel and Challenger,
but It IS not It may look hke
an apprentIce hIgh performance
Mustang, or Chevrolet Camaro,
but It has no such pletenslons
It IS a very pleasant car, but
It IS not a muscle car Nor, of
course, II as the Daytona But
1\lth the Dodge Avenger,
Chrysler Corp seems to have
offiCIally abandoned the pony.
, car wars m favO! of a new and
gr011mg market segment of
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cal s that look hot and brutal
but are, m fact, qUIte clvlhzed
It IS a compromise between
weams of powel and adult real
lty
"The sport coupe market as
It stands today IS genel ally one
bdsed on tlade-offs," Said Mar
tm R Levme, Dodge DIVISIOn
general manager "Buyers
could get a sporty car and sacn.
fice roommess and comfort, or
they could get d loomler car
but lose performance, hand!Jng
and style
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Avenger, compronllse has been
replaced by balance - the bal
ance of spmted dnvmg, yet a
comfortable and safe car, the
balance of hIgh style, yet pnced
affOldably, and the balance of
an expressIve deSign WIthout
glVlllg up the vel-satlhty of a
I oomy mtenO! ..
Once you get past the Idea
that thiS very sharply and ag
gresslvely styled Avenger IS an
answer to the Mustang GTs,
Camaro Z28s and Flreblrd For
mulas and Trans AIDS, you can
settle do\\ n and enjoy a very
-'p'lCMllnY'Cfir'lhat d611S'lNl'!f)'7'''C\
thing pretty well
ThIS so-called "sport coupe"
market which h,,~ emerged re
cently as dlstmgUlshed from
sport coupe descendants of the
muscle car hentage IS VIewed
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pllblllgl) SPdCIOU~Rear paSben
ger, ha\!: a much less cldust!o
phobic expellence than might
be expelled m a "pOlt coupe
Avel'gel comes mJust
tllO model., The ba'3e model IS
eqUIpped \\ lth Chrysler's 140
hp double OV€!head cam 20 il
tel foUl cylmdel engme, mated
to a five speed mdnudl 01 a
fOUl "peed automatlc The up
scale AI'enger ES comes Illth
.tlffel SUspenSIon, alloy wheels,
lalgel tneb, rem antI 1011bar, a
leal ~pOllel and a new lI'htsubl
Shl bUllt 155 hp smgle over
hedd-cam 24 \ alve 25 htel V 6
II Ith a fOUl speed automatic
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by Chrysler Corp and many
oth€l makers as a lJlajOI factor
The concept of the Cdr that
looks like an dll out, lire
scre~hmg sport. CdI or muscle
hIgh Illltlal pnce the heavy
fuel consumptIOn and the hIgh
Insurance late~ associated \\ Ith
such vehicles
ThiS IS a segment of the
fhe Avengel ES I. a Cdr that
IOU Illll want to tdke on a tllP
a pleaSdnt toullng cal Illth pie
Cl"e ~teel mg, .mooth and qUiet
fide, le.ponSl\e wlvetralll dnd
vcr) good looks EPA fuel econ
om) I dtmgs aI e 22132 mdnual,
2231 automatic
We cleated the Avengel
\\ lth a nell set of customel. III
mmd, ' Said Joe Caddell, gen
elal plOducts manager of
ChI) slel " small car platfOl m
tedm 'We belle\e that thple I.
a "Izilble mdlket of huver" that
Ildnt 100nllneb, and comfort
but simp!) alen t \\llilng to
give up the "pOlty Imdge and
feel These bu)els ale tYPically
smgJe 01 coupleb not m the
child I alsJng Iife.tage
If there'" such a malh.et,
and thele IS elldence thdt there
IS the Avengel has It targeted
I ,1m amd~ed at the .tlOng
.ales of t\\O doOl spoltq!utllitles
~nd at th~, succeSb of the luxury
pelsonal
coupes, so thele me
obvlOusl) mdnl' \\ho !Jke the
looks of l\\o door vehicles
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Dodge Avenger
a sports coupe.
is designed
to appeal
to an emerging
market
which wants
car was perhaps heralded by
the Mazda MJata and Its con
SCIOUSImltatmg of the SPirit of
the Bntlsh sports car of the
early '50s, but WIth modem
Japanese amemtles _ Ilke a
comfortable ride, easy handling
a"\ellithi'e'englne'
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market where owners want
theIr cars to define 1\ho they
are," Levllle saId "They want
sornethlllg sporty, but more so
phlshcated than the traditIOnal
'muscle caJ' - and they don't
want or need a family sedan
They want to 00 Mdte\! ' .,
The Avenger gets noticed It~
attractive, Slloopy hnes Imme
Dodge IS bettmg that there
dlately mark the ownel as a
are a lot of buyers who want
person up WIth the latest auto
the style and image of a high
motwe fashlOns Helpmg III
performance car WIthout the
thIS are a number of unusudl
fimshes, including the "dust)
gold" of our Avengel SE test
vehicle, a fimsh II hlch changes
I\lth the angle and amount of
light
It looks more eXpenSI\ e than
Safety
AdmInIstratIOn
At the first hmt of spnng
Its pnces, whIch .talt <1t
(NHTSA) found that motorcycle
and dry roads, motorcychsts
mvolved
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fatal $13.341 for the standald model
uncovCl theIr bIkes and hit the operators
and $17,191 for the SE
road Motorcycles me fun, but crashes had hIgher mtoxlcatlon
The tl\o-door Avengel \S
rates than any other type of
can be a dangerous pastime
Of the 187 2 mches long and 685
WIth then I apld rates of accel. motor vehIcle drIver
mches \\lde, dlJnenslOns that
1,016 smgle vehIcle motorcycle
eratlOn and the fact that they
fatahtles
m 1992, o\er half put It between the AcUl a Inte
are less VISible than passenger
gra three-door and the FOld
(52 4 percent) were Illtoxlcated
vehIcles, bafety IS an Important
During a crash, helmets are ThunderbIrd coupe. InSide I"
Issue
room for five passenger~, and
the only protectIOn a motorcycl
Two major safety factors to 1st has to prevent senous III the Avenger's back seat IS SUI
conSider \\hlle operatlllg a mo- JUry NHTSA estImated m 1993
motorcycle
helmets
re
torcycle are helmets and drlV that
mg whIle mtoxlcated
In 1992, duced the hkehhood of a fatal
C,II of
Ity by 29 percent In a crash
the NatIOnal Highway Traffic
comfort
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not qUIte match the car's out
.tandlllg styltng, but IS spmted
and more than adequate
TIle Avenger shares a num
ber of m<1Jorcomponents WIth
the ~'!ItbUblShl Galant based
Eagle Talon and MltsublShl
Edlpse coupe" mc!mhng the
same wmdshleld, doors mstl'll
ment panel and contI ols
The Avenger lldes on a foUl
1\heel, fully mdependent double
l\lshbone suspenSIOn, whIch 15
~Imilal to that of the Talon and
Echpse The suspenSIOn keep.
body motIOn III tight contiol
whIle producmg a very .mooth
and comfOltable llde Steermg
1. qUIck and pleclse The ES's
standard four wheel dISChI ake~
WIth anti loch. control (base
models come WIth lear drums,
anti lock optIOnal) complete the
dllvel's sense of full contI 01
Front seats are hIgh III the
Avenger, gIvmg the dnvel ex
cellent I ISlblhty, but the I athel
10\1 pOSItIon of the steeling
\\ heel makes gettmg m and out
a little tight The 1\heel can be
adjusted dOlIm\ ard hut not up
"and
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while driving a motorcycle
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lIem A: Caulking of 7,500 lineal feet around swimmlllg pool at
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GrossePointe N~ws
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Churlhc~
fntert"tnlllCIlI
MS benefit takes a hike through Grosse Pointes
By Margte Reins Smith
Fealure Ed,lor
Some 300,000 people III
400 CitieS natlOn\'/lde wIll
walk together SatUl day and
Sunday, AplIl 22 and 23, to
support apploxlmately
350,000 people wIth multI
pIe sclelOsls
One of nme MS Walks
planned In MIchIgan WI\I
WInd through fOUl of the
five Glosse Pomtes Othel
"'alks wJ11be held In BII
mmgham, Deal bDJnand
Monroe About 8,000 people
are expected to participate
In MichIgan's walks
The 12 5 mile (20K)
Grosse Pomte loute begInS
and ends at Grosse Pomtc
North Hlgh School and In
eludes rest stops every few
miles and lunch at the 7 1mile pomt, whlch IS Globse
Pomte South High School
PartIcIpants - walkers
and pledgers and volunteels
- will raise funds for the
MichIgan chapter of the NatIOnal Multiple SclerosIs So
clety by gettmg fnends, co
wOlkers and famIly
membels to pledge money
for each mile he or she com
pletes PI oceeds \'Villbe used
for research, support gl oUPS
and educatIOnal plOgJams
sponSDJed by the MS SOCI
Grosse Pointe North
High School
e
109 people"
Fl8ncls Wll! partIcIpate m
the walk by helpll1g pas~ out
lefleshments at the Velmel
Jeffel bon mtel ~eltlon
e
Grosse
Pointe
Shores
Municipal
Office
Multiple sclelosis IS a dls
eaoe of the centl al nervous
system - ~peclfically the
bl am and spmal COI d It I~
most often diagnosed 10
young men and \\ omen be
tween 20 and 40 years old
The ChlOllICdlseaoe Ib un
pI edlctable III ItS plOgJ eb~
and sevellty GI aduall) , MS
elodes the contlOl a pel ;,on
has Ovel hIS or hel o\\n
body Symptoms vary from
pel son to pel son and range
from numbness to paralYSIS
and bhndne.,s
The cause, tleatment and
cUle fm MS are elusIve The
NatIOnal Multiple SclerOSIS
Society, whIch was founded
In 1946, IS a natIOnal volun
talY health dgency that sup
portb SCIentific research mto
f
Kerby
Elementary
School
MS
New thIS yeal Ib a chance
fOl walker~ who don't know
~omeone WIth MS to dedi
cate then effOli~ to a ~peclfic
pelson Solemate WIll match
d walker WIth someone who
has MS If the Solemates
agJee, the MS SOCIety \\111
an ange fOl them to talk 01
to Vleet
The Mlchlgan chaptel of
the MS Soclety e:o.pects to
lalse $900,000 flOm the
1995 walk
12.5 Miles
Grosse Pointe
Academy
ety
"Everybody who walks In
the MS Walk IS mherently a
mce person," saId Grosse
Pomter John FranCIS, who
has multIple scleroSIS
"With all the negative
pubhclty and all the nega
tlVe stolles gomg on m thls
world, It's great to see people hke thiS - people help-
For mfOlmatlon about
walkmg pledgJng 01 vol un
teermg, call (800) 247 7382
To Slgn up to be a Solemate,
ask fOl e.....
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GraphiC by Valene Encheff
Weddings
The groom dttended Kalamd and a \\ 11df10\\ et COIsage
The glOom's mothel wore a
zoo Valley Commumty College
and ColOlado State Umverslty pmk CI epe dress and " \\ lid
110\\ el corsage
He IS a tool de~tgner
The bride graduated flom
The couple hone) mooned In
T111velseelt) They h\'e m De Long hI and Untverslty and
em ned a mastel's degJee In
tlOlt
manne geology flOm the Unt\ennty of South Carohna She
teaches sCIence In the Hou<;ton
school system
The groom graduated flom
the Umvelslty of Ne\\ Hamp I..
shIre and eawed a mastel'
degree fJ-om the Unt\erslty of
Tennes!>€e He IS completmg I
doctorate degree In Stl1JCtUlal
gcolo~ at RIce Um\erslty
The newlywed~ tra\eled to
the CanadIan Rockle~ Thev
11\e In Houston
It
Lerchenfeld-
Correction
Gaskin
J Beth Lerchenfeld, daugh
tel' of \lhlbur Lerchenfeld of St
ClaIr Shores and VirginIa
Koutslmbas of Rochester HIlls,
man led James Arthur Ga~kln,
son of Ml and Mrs Robert C
Bro\\ n of Gro<;o,ePomte Shores
and the late MIchael A Ga~
kin, on Oct 7, 1994, at the
Gro"SC Pomte Wal Memol'laI
The Re\ Bryant Denmson of
Chn'it Church Grosse Pomte of
ficlated at the 6 pm ceremony,
"hlch \\,,~ follo\\ed b) a Iecep
tlOn at the War Memonal
The bllde \\ ore a full length
ofT\\ hlte beaded gO\\n
Bevelly LumIe) of POIiC!s
\11IC',P<1 \\ a<; th(' matlDn of
honm
The IPou,,'\ IJI<lLlwl,WIlham
M Ga<;km of DetlOlt, "a, the
be~t man
The mothel of the brlCle\\ OJ e
a long l,'1ccn velvet dl e" and
can led a \\ hlte fD'ie
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ThE' mothel of the groom
wore a champagne and gold
tea Icnh>1hdrc<;.,\\ Ith a fnnged
hemhne
The <;OI01,t"a<; Melod) Fel
gan of DetrOit
The bride attended the Um
vel,lt) of Ala<;kaand Macomh
CommunItv College She 1<;a
model
Mr. and Mrs, Mlchaelloseph
Qumn
Redding-Quinn
on
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6,
1994
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The Pastor's Corner __
Easter 1995
April 13, 1995
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seminar
Grosse Pointe News
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By the Rev Bryant W Dennison Jr
Chnst Church Grosse POinte
The sun IS shmmg mOle '1he hill J, Luld glLlUJI(J I'
begmnmg
to soften up and the f10wels all' startmg to
push up through
It Even when \\ I' had a cold snap a
couple of weeks ago, we km~\\ that It \\ould not last
Spnng IS here Nothmg can stop It Since Easter al
ways comes In the Spl mg, and smce Eastel IS also
about new hfe, It IS easy for us to thmk of splmg ,md
EaSlel togethel
FOI centulles,
hymns, pJa) 1'1 sand sel
mons have stressed the slmllallty
between the t\\O
A few years ago, Martin Malty wrote a \\ondelful
Eastel sel man cautlOmng Cnllstlan;,
about lelymg too
heavIly on thIS companson
He said that we, who !tye
In the northelll
hemIsphere,
haye It too easy It IS no
stretch fOI our ImaginatIOns,
OUI heal ts, 01 OUI' nllnds
to see and undel stand a new hfe that comes out of
death
We see It all around us It IS happenmg evel)'
day All we have to do IS look outsIde
Marty saId that Chnstlans
m the southel n heml
sphere have to wOlk haldel at undel'standIng
Eastel
They do not have nature's lemmders
all mound them
They have to expellence
Eastel as they get leady fOl
wmter - WIthout the flowers and green grass and
lengthemng
days
The challenge
for us IS that we may only see Eastel
as another natural
phenomenon,
to be expected and
antlcipated
WIth the certamty
of warmer weathel
The
whole pomt of the Gospel wItness IS that Easlel was
not expected
The natural
thing was death The CIuClfixlOn of Je
sus was what happens m the nOlmal coulse of events
HIS death was the result of the actIOns of people mak
109 ordmary,
everyday decISIons
Easter was unnatural
Easter was dlffelent
Eastel
was out of the ordmary
The resurrectIOn
of Jesus was
the actIOn of a God for whom death IS not the last
word The resurrectIOn
of Jesus was the actIOn of a
God who would not let the power of the ordmal")' and
everyday
deciSIOns and actIOns of people have the final
\\ III "POll"O! ,I lectu\('
""1 Ie' b\
H.lbbl Shl'1 \1 III Wille
Thm ,d,\"
ApI II lO ,Ind '2.7
,Illd flLl\ .j \\'IlW" tOPICII III bp
Thiel.' Hl'\o!utlOn" 111 the 1\1"k
,n"
Fu ,t, \1 dl be the FUllll1ht
Rp\olullon
Onp 01 the mo"t
plofollnd lh"ug"p, III contl.'mpo
I <III "ouet\ 1', thL change III
the "tatub I\Olk dnd -,elf Il1lage
of \\ omen The f'lllllh, llIdu,tl\
'll1d polItlL', hd\C been ttan,
fOlmld I" thl" Ic\olutlon
But
fe1111111'111
ha, \ Idded !lIan;
ploblelll~, a; \\1'11 a, OppOitUlll
tIes What docs the futLtIe hold
fOl the lenlllllst ,lgend,l?
Second \1111 be thc Youth
Re\ olutlOn E\ 1'1 smce the Viet
nam Wdl the )ollth ll'belhon
has becn ,11ong and pel slslent
Palent,
and teachel' all' ,till
tl aumattll'd
b; the ne\\ en
hghtenment
\\ hlch many child
lell feel ,md e'ple'b
Youth all'
110 longel \\ Illlllg to OftI'I adults
the I e\ el ence and I espect of
fOlmI'l veal'
What does thIS
ch<1nge mean fOI Amellca and
thc WOlld'}
of Jesus
was the actIon
of a God
to hfe, to new ltfe, to new ltfe
In
us
The Rev. Troy Glenn WaIte
League of Women Voters
celebrates its 75th year
The League of Women Voters
celebrates
Its 75th year m
1995 The Grosse Pomte chap
ter WI]] commemorate the anm
versary
at a dmner
party,
whIch IS open to the public, on
Thursday, Apnl 20, at a local
club DetrOIt CIty CounCil PleSI
dent Maryann
Mahaffey \\ III
speak at the event
"We're proud to be celebrat
mg thIS landmark anmversary
of the foundmg of the League
of Women Voters," said Kay
McDonald, an orgamzer of the
celebration
"At the same time,
we commemorate the SlgJllng of
the 19th Amendment
to the
..
there all.' ovel 30 HumanistIc
con!,'!egatlOns throughout
thl'
United States and ovel 10,000
Humanistic
Je\\,
throughout
the \\OIld
In 1976 he orgamzed thl'
Center for New Thll1kmg, a
pubhc fmum fOl the plesenta
hon of new Ideas m the art~,
SCience, pohtlcs, philosophy and
lehgton
Those mtelested may make a
resel vat,')n ahead of hme by
calhng the church, (313) 881
0420 TIckets WIll also be a\ all
able at the doO! Thete IS
lighted
parkmg
behmd
the
Glosse
Pomte
Umtallan
ChUlch, 17150 Maumee
Churches sponsor
Good Friday
procession, service
US
ConstitutIOn,
\\hlch
al
A eoahtlOn of local ch Ulches
lowed women to vote '
After an evenmg of food and \\ III sponsor a Good Fllda) plO
ce"Slon
spothghtll1g
gloups
festlVlty, Mahaffey
WIll talk
to thl' POOl
about the pubhc Non Govelll \1 hlch mlnlstcl
mental
OrgamzatlOns
Forum thlough Cro;,sload"
The Way of the ClOSS \\ III
and the concurrent
Fourth
WOIld Conference on Women, bcgm at 3 pm on Good Fllday,
14, at St
Columba s
whIch Will be held m Beljmg Aplli
Chulch on Mamsttque near Jef
thIS year
More than 20,000 women are ferson The ploceSSlOn II III last
expected to attend the NGO about an hOUl
Othcl chlUches Imohed
III
Forum,
II Ith
an addItIOnal
Amblose
Cathohc
15,000 \Iomen from Chma who elude St
Chw ch, FII st Chllsttan
Re
\1 III work at the 1'\ ent
Mahar
fey IS coordmatmg regt;h allOn fOlmed ChUl~h, St Clme of
Montefd1co ChUlch
and St
for DetrOIt area \Vomen mter
ested
In
travelmg
to the Paul Catholic ChUlch
Forum
In additIOn, Mahaffey
heads the "Send A SIStCl to
Beljlng'
scholarshIp
fund, a
project to assIst women who
\\ould hke to attend the Beijing
f Tlnui} fj(,r(,-Ut P; I11lt
meetmg but cannot affOld the
The Chnst Church Chorale
"'p U t111"tn~In I'~n' in\. m ..
expen~
and DeHaven Chorale, a com
(ole m~ Bit. ".11
FOI more InformatIOn about
Fro'! 111., to. \lln
ClIn."
bmed chorus of 75 smgers, \\111
WE Vl>E A~D AECOJ.WElm
the
75th
bIrthday
party,
call
perform t\\O works by Brahms
McDonald at (313) 8823497 01
at 730 p m Good Fnday, Apnl
14, at the church 61 Grosse Rachel Weber~ at (3131 821
HAIR SKIN COSl'ETICS
5059
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24514 Harper
777.10B8
The League of Womcn Voters
"A German ReqUIem
and
St Cta r Sho res
Pa
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"The Alto Rhapsody"
will be of GIOS<;CPomtc IS a non Paltl
performed WIth orchestra
and san orgamzatlOn dedIcated to
Informmg voters of I,sues and
SOlOIsts, dIrected by Fredenc
candidate
lIlfOl matlOn
The
DeHaven
SolOISts all' Jeanne
leaguc doe, not endor<;c candl
Bourget, soprano, James Gray,
date,
bantone, and Alona Moon, alto
Tickets are $15 and $10 To
order, call (313) 8854841
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The ReI' Troy Glenn WaIte
\\ 111be mstalled as pastor of St
James Luthelan
Chwch at 4
p m Sunday, Apnl 23 BIshop
J Phlhp Wahl of the South
easLew MichIgan Synod Will of
ficlate dnd The Rev James R
Van Brussel WIll preach at the
servIce
Waite earned a bachelor of
BIts degree from ConcordIa Col.
lege and a master of dlvlmty
degJee from Tnmty Lutheran
Semmary
He served a resl
dency at ZIOn Lutheran Church
III Pen-ysburg, OhIO, under Van
Brussel
St James Lutheran
Church
IS located at 170 McMillan In
Gro,se Pomte Farms
Grand Marais
Questers meet
Member' of the Grand Mar
aI, Quester, \\111 mpct on Fn
day Apnl 14 at the home of
Barbara Thompson
The pro
gram,
Collectible
Colored
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'60" .. \\ III be pre<;cnled b) Mar
Jorle SmIth
Saturday, April 22, 1995
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vOIces and bclfs
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mormng servIce at Chnst the
Kmg Luthcran Church
WorshIp services at 8 and
1030 a m WIll featUle musIc
by Handel, Haydn, WeIsse and
Rosza performed by the vocal
and handbell chOirs undel the
dlrectlOll of Bruce Smmger
The Rev Randy S Boeltel
"nd the Rev TImothy A Hol.
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lhe GroS<>e PQmtr and Fastern
Subu.rbs SInC~ 1980
plans Easter music
GcmoplaoCil)
Conme Elssa and Dolores
Mabarak of The Grosse Pomte
Woman's Club garden and dls
cusslon group Will travel to
Frankenmuth
on Wednesday,
Apnl 19, for a luncheon and
shoppmg
A bus Will leave the Grosse
Pomte War Memonal parkmg
lot at 9 a m and return at ap
proxImately 630 p m Member;
should be there by 830 a m For
m()re mformatlOn,
call (313)
884 0025 or (313) 8824474
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Christ Church
plans concert.
Woman's Club to
go to Frankenmuth
Rabbi Sherwin Wine
Someone You Love Can Use Our Help
St. James Lutheran will install
new pastor on Sunday, April 23
say
The resurrectIon
who IS comnntted
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Re\olutlOn
RehglOn lfi the
Wl>stelll \\odd IS m turmOIl
\",lulted
by pel sonal fleedom,
the COll~umel <;OClet) and seeu
l<lll,m, mstllutlonal
lehglOn IS
&mg h"ll~folllled
Flom New
Age to fundamentahsm,
the op
tlons for the lehglOus "cons urn
1.'1
dIe legton The lehglOn of
the futUle \\ III be very dllfelCnt
flOm the estabh,hment
rehgton
of toda)
The fee fOl the <;anes IS $25 a
pelson 01 $10 for one lecture
Wme has plOvlded mtellectual
,hmulatJon
and inSpIratIOn to
thou~ands of people m the met
IOpohtan DetrOIt alea ovet the
la,t 30 )calS
Wme IS a natl\ e DetrOlter
He gtaduated
flom both Um
\ el"Slty of MIchIgan and the
Heblew
Umon
College
In
1963, he founded the Blrmmg
ham Temple m suburban De
tlOlt, the filst conglegatlOn of
Humamstlc JudaIsm
Humamstlc
Judaism
IS a
fifth altemahve
In Je\\ Ish hfe,
as dlstmct flOm Orthodox, Con.
<;anatlSrn, Reform and Recon
Stl uctlOmsm
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to
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April 13, 1995
Grosse Pointe News
38
'Concert for the Cure' will feature St. Clair Trio, fine \vine
The St CI'\1l 11lO, consisting
of three \\ell kno\1 n DetlOlt
mUSICianS, \\ III team up \uth
the MIChigan Cancel Founda
lIOn and H'll pel Ho"pltal for
the "Concoclt fUI lh~ ewe dt tl
P m Fllday, ApI II 2B, at the
Deb Olt AthletIc Club
The benefit \I III help fund 10
cal breast wncel Iesem ch
The St Cldlr 1\10 mclude~
Pauline Martin, pIamst, EmmanueUe Boisvert, concert
mastel, Detloll Symphony Or
chest! a, and Marcy
Chanteaux,
assistant pIJnclpal
celhst, DebOlt Symphony UI
chestra
Benefactor tickets for the
event are $100 and mclude a
wme tastmg reception, a com
Members of the p1anmng commIttee for the Concert for the Cure include, from left, Goody
pact diSC and prefel1 ed seatmg
Semple of Grosse Pointe Farms, lane Hoey of St. Clair Shores. Holly Semple and Giorill
FOI mOle mformatlOn, call (313) Heppner, both of the City of Grosse Pointe. Dr, Vainutis Vailkevicius 01 Pleasant Rid!;e and
833 0715, e>.t 272
Mary Baynert of Grosse POinte Woods.
Luncheon: The Detroit
IOn show and luncheon at 11 30
Marge Slezak, Martha
For more mformatlOn about
Symphony Orchestra Hall Vol
a m Saturday, Apnl 29, at the
Volpe, Stephame
Germack
Turnmg Pomt, call Gina Ber.
unteer Council will hold Its
DetrOIt Golf Club Ronald Mc
and Sybil Jacques.
tolini at (810) 469 5675, pager
third annual Celebrl~) Lunch
Donald House's miSSIOn IS to be
(810) 466 2582
TIckets range from $40 to
eon on FlIday, April 21, at the
a home away-from.home and a
$175 Call (313) 962 1000
Ritz Carlton m Dearborn
prOVIder of support for famIlies
March: Turmng POlnt lnc ,
Free ride: Lakeshore
The fundralser for the De
of SICk chIldren at Children's
a Macomb County shelter for
Mammography Centers III
trOlt Symphony Olchestra wIll
Hospital of Michigan
abused women and thelT chIld
Grosse Pomte Woods and Clm
feature Marvin Hambsch,
The luncheon and fashIOn
1en, WIll sponsor Its third an
ton Township Will take part m
composer
show, which are sponsored by
nual Take Back the Night
the Susan G Kamen Breast
and conduc
Jacobson's and WWJ AMfSTAR
Mmch and Speak Out Rally
Cancer FoundatIOn "Race for
tor, as guest
97 FM, wIll feature clothmg for
The march WIll begm at 6 30
the Cure," a fundralSCr and
ofhonol
children and adults
pm
ThUl
sday,
Apnl
20,
10
the
conscIOusness
ralsel
for
combat
Hamhsch
Honorary chamnen are
pdrkmg
lot
of
Home
Quarters,
mg
breast
cancer
WIll talk
Grosse Pomters Chuck and
11
MIle
and
Gratiot
m
Rose
The
centers
WIll
prOVide
free
WIth guests
Susan Gaidica. 1i.cb.ets are
vJlle
shuttle service to the pre race
and answer
$50 For mformatlon, call (313)
The
event
IS
deSIgned
to
rec
pasta
party
on
Friday,
Apul
21,
questIOns
7455911 by Saturday, Apnl 22
at the Standard Federal Bank
og11lze the VOlcesof sexual as
(from the
sault survivors and to peace
corporate headquarters
m Troy
plano bench)
Tastes: The eIghth annual
fully protest rape
The sh uttle WIll leave the
and gIVe a
Share Our Strength (SOS)
The keynote speaker Will be
Lakeshore Mammography Cen
short perf 01
Taste of the Nation fundralsmg
Hamhsch
ter, 20931 Mack III Grosse
Debbie Stabenow, former
mance
dinner WIll be held on Thurs
POinte Woods, at 545 pm and
state senator and I ecent candl'
day, Apn127, at the Rattles
Grosse POInters mvolved m
date for governor of Michigan
wIll return at apploxlmately
nake Club and Stroh River
the benefit Include Ann Gar930 p m Shuttle users wlll
The rally 11111 mclude several
Place atnums
berding, Susan Lambrecht,
also get free T shirts and other
other speakers dnd a dramatic
Lynn Miller, Gloria Clark,
performance
gifts To Sign up for the shuttle,
The annual event Will fea
Ann Lawson, Mado Lie, Dale
call (313) 884 3133
Take Back the Night IS a
ture a feast prepared by 40
Austm, Mary Baynert, Anne
symbohc Ieclalmmg of the
well known MIchIgan chefs
Spivak, Julieta Wood, Judith
mght, often feared by women
Grosse Pomter Jimmy
Fashions: Ronald Mc
Agley, Sandra Baer, Dottl
because of then nsk of bemg
Schmidt of the Rattlesnake
Donald House of DetlOlt WIll
Doerer, Diane Schoenith,
raped 01 assaulted
Club wlll share the chaIrman
benefit from "Familia," a fash
Grosse Pointers who worked on preparing and mailing InVItations to the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra
Hall Volunteer
Council's upcommg celebrity luncheon were, from left. Mado
Lie, G10na Clark and Ann Garberding,
ship of the benefit With FIrst
to Gleaners Commumty Food
Lady Michelle Engler, Glosse
Bank, Food Gatherers, Hungcl
Pomters Anita Baker and
ActIOn CoalitIOn, Forgotten
Walter B, Bridgforth
Jr. dnd
Harvest and the Detlolt SelfSteve dnd Lisa Yzerman.
Employment Project
Tickets are $250 tOl patrons,
FOI tlckets, call13131 923
$,50 fOl benefacters, and 100
7855 01 (313) 567-4843
percent 01 ticket ploceeds goes
- Margie ReinS Smith
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• Sterling Teo Sets, Flatware
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• Denral Gold
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In-home ~PlS av~ll~ble
Insured& Sonded
II Blks S of Morass)
Men's Garden Club of Grosse Pointe plans gardening panel
The Men'" Gdl den Club
Gros"e Pomte WIll pre"enl
at
a
panel diSCUSSIOnat 730 pm
Thursday,
APlll 20, at Bro\\
nell Mlddle School
Panel members
\1111
be Wll
Green Thumb lecture is about container gardening
"Contamer
Gardemng"
wIll
be the subject of the Green
Thumb lecture Thursday, Aplll
27, from 10 to 11 30 a m at the
Grosse Pomte War Memorial,
32 Lakeshore
Nancy
Szedag,
a Grosse
Pomte free lance \\T1ter \\ hose
column appears In TIle DetrOIt
Menopause myths is seminar subject
fet luncheon plus a compllmen
Bon
Secours
WO'11en's
HealthCare
profeSSIOnals Will tary copy of Takmg Charge of
host a speCial luncheon semmar
Change," an audiO tape devel
about menopause
flOm 11-30 oped by a team of Bon Secours
Women's HealthCare e"perts
am untll 1 pm Wednesda)',
To reglster for the semmar or
Ap111 19, at the Van Dyke
Palk Hotel, 31800 Van Dyke m for mOle mformatlOn, call (810)
7797900
Wan en
Menopause expert John Ran
dolph, chIef of endocnnology at
the Unl\erslt)
of Michigan,
"Ill plesent "FlOm Pregnancy
to Premarm"
to share the lat
est lesealch on manab'1ng men
opause
including
hfe"tyle
•
changes, nutlltlOn e,el clse and
hOl mane lepJacement therap)
The fee of $17 Include~ a buf
News, \\ III be the speaker
Szerlag IS a master gardner
and master composter Shp WIll
present unusual con tamers and
new plant combmatlOns to add
pizzazz to the garden landscape
Green Thumb lectures are cosponsored by the Grosse Pomte
Galden Center and the Grosse
Pomte War Memonal Assocla
tlon AdmiSSIOn IS free for 1995
Garden Center members $5 for
non members
For more mfor.
matlon, call the garden center
at (313) 881-4594 or the War
Memonal at (313) 881 7511
The School of GO\ernment
lnc \\111 hold It, annual meet
mg at 11 30 a m Wedne~day,
ApI II 26, at the Country Club
of Detlolt
PreSIdent l\lalj Ellen Stemp
f1e \1III preSide The speaker
Will be 1vhra LIndCl. foundel
and dlleetOl of the Mira LlOdel
Spa 10 the Clt) The tOP1C 1m
porumt
New InformatIOn on
Beaul\ and Health CalC
For re<;ef\allOn"
call (810\
3991698 OJ (810) 978 2335
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821-3525
Vincent WIll demonstrate the
use of proper tools Lee \VlII dls
cuss how to grow vegetables
and flO\\ers from seed Gregory
WIll talk about how to grow a
shade garden And Balance Will
use slides to descnbe how to
deSign an English garden
A
questIOn and answer penod will
follow the progran\
Guests are welcome
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Thursday,
May 4-
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this year
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TopICS WIll mclude the prmci
pIes of prumng, plantmg !lower
and vegetable seeds, shade gar
denmg and the development of
an English garden
Start a
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RABBI SIIEKWIN WINE
Free lighted parkl/lg m bac!.. of the e/I//I(h
~OROUN
School of Gov't
to meet April 26
lIam Balance, Dr LoUIS Gre
gory, Harold Lee and George
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Grosse Pointe News
48
tIOLY WEEK (9 Ei\8TEQ 0EQVICE8
THE SUBJECT FOR THIS
SUNDAY IS
"Doctrine of
Atonement"
First Church of Christ,
Scientist
Grosse Pointe Farms,
282 Chalfonte Ave,
4 blocks WeSI of Moross
Sunday 1030 a m
Sunday School 10 30 a m
Wedne~day 8 DO p m
LLARE
(I
Grosse POinte Umtanan
Church
I
4.-
"Easter On A HIli
Closr 11 Hand"
:llaund} Thun.day
~
10 30 a m Servlca & Church School
17150 MAUMEE
881-0420
Rev John Corrado. Minister
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GRACE UNITED
t
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
\ \ (Q /'
I:
Kerche,"1
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Lakepomle
dl
(JrossePomlePark822-3823
Sunda} WorlhLI'
1030a 10
Tuesday- Thnfl Shop 1030 3 30
Wednesda}
AmazmgGraceSCnlORII 3 00
WELCOME
COME JOIN US
Redeemer United Methodist
20571 VernIer Just S~~9~~~er
Woods
884.2035
MAUNDY THURSDAY
7 00 p m Holy Communion
GOOD FRIDAY
700 P m Tenebrae
EASTER SUNDAY
JEFFERSON AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
8625 E. Jefferson Avenue
Nursery
Wor,hlp 7 00 p m
One hour ,ervlce of
EASTER DAY,April 16
Fe'Uval ServIce, of the Holy
Euchanst- 8 15 & 10 30 am
SpeCIalmusIc from Organ
frumpet dnJ ChOIr
The Pa>SlOn
The Rev Ervin A Brown
Secunty
Grosse Pointe United Methodist Church
MAUNDY THURSDAY. 7 30 p m Tenebrae Semce
GOOD FRIDAY. 12 30 Worship Semce
EASTER SUNDAY
7 00 a rn Sunnse Semce and 8 00 a m Breakfast
9 00 & 11 15 a m Easter WorshIp Semce
Dead"-9:00
a mJ "A Day of Tears"
-n
Parking
~
qNb~PENDENT-ANGLtCA.N
A House or Praye r for all People
't
GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 14' 12 Noon 3.00 p.rn
Psalms. The Statlons of the Cross and the Good Fndav Liturgy WIth choral
musIC throughout the Three Hours
1 00-2 30 p m Afternoon SeTVIce
7 30 p m Tenebrae
EASTER SUNDAY
15 a m
preachmg
Faith Lutheran Church
CHRIST CENTERED. SPIRIT LED
EASTER DAY, APRIL 16. 8:30 and 11:iJ0 a.m. The East<!r Liturgy Festlval
Choral Euchanst at both .er-noes Nursery Care on Sunday at the
11 uu ~el"Vlce only
Jefferson at Phllhp 822-2296
Manners on Hart Plaza at the Tunnel
Free Pal1<lngFord Garage Enler al Woodward & Jefferson
7 00 & 11 00 a In Holy Communion
B 30 -1015 a In Easter breakfast
Rev Barton L Beebe AsSOCIatePastor
CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN
CHURCH
20338 Mack al Lochmoor G PW
Pastor, Randy S Boelter Pastor, TImothy Holzerland
MAUNDYTHURSDAY
11 15 a m and 7:30 p m WorshIp
GOOD FRIDAY
PassIOn ServIce 1 00 P m Vespers 7 30 p m.
HErs RISEN'
The Grosse Pointe Memorial Church
EASTER SUNDAY
The Presbyten an Church (USA)
9 15 a m Sunday Sehool
1030 a m WorshIp Semce - Nursery Available
Easter Sunday
Baptism & Holy Communion
THE REV. DR, V. BRUCE RIGDON preaching
II 00 Worship
Ronald W SchmIdt
Pastor
Church
19960 Mack Avenue
"The ChIUdl with • MesL'lllge"
730 pm
Tenebrae ServIce wIth Commumon
The Rev RIChardW Ingalls Rectol
EVERYONE WELCOME'
Grosse Pointe Woods Presbyterian
GOOD FRIDAY
(313) 259 2206
&
730 p m Holy Communion
GOOD FRIDAY
~l
Preschool - Regtster Now for Fall
JUnior High - Tuesday 6 30 PM
Senior High - Sunday 6 30 PM
The Bible Taught Herer
Worship - Sunday 11 AM
WITH US
745 Columbanum Service
900
8 45-]2 J 5 CnbfToddler Care
Drrector
-4-~
- SUlCe 1842
MAUNDYTHURSDAY.
Apnl13
1210 p m
The Holy Eurhanst In commemuratwn of the Ii!'!>tLord's Supper
Established 1865
VoJle/'ldorl
OrganlstlCholr
MAUNDY THURSDAY
Dr Walter D SchmIdt astor
The 1928 Book of Common Player
COME WORSHIP
Dr. Joanne
Rector
Grosse Pointe Baptist Church
-4-~
Noon
FIRST
ENGLISH ~ LUTHERAN CHURCH
VernierRoad at WedgewoodDnve, Grosse POInteWoodsTU4.5040
211 Moross Road. Grosse Pointe Farms
Dr Jack E Giguere,
and I 75 DetrOIt
WI<..I<..K~ERVI<":ES
MAUNDY THURSDAY
GOOD FRIDAY, Apnl 14
-+- 21336 Mack GPWoods
Phone 881-3343
,fiN nrin.ers' ([hUrth
LOVing Infant-Toddler Care/Sunday School
~istorit
East Jefferson
HOLY
Irw,tes You to Attend
Tenebrae,Commumon
Good Friday I 00 to 2 00 P 10 Me<htal1on
and SpeCialMUSIC
Easter 10 15 S~lal MUSIC
1030 a m Worslup
ReI Peter C Srruthpreachmg
Sacramentofthe Lord'sSupper
Sel:uredParlung
SpeCIalMUSIC
822.3456
"The LlvmgAmongThe
8 00 a m Sunnse ServIce
9 00 a m Easter Breakfast
10 30 a m WorshIp
CHRIST CHURCH
i 30 p tU
HOLY WEEK SERVICES
M~
Th~
CommUJliou 7100 PM
Good Fridar NOOD' 3100
Easter Sunday 7100 + 9100 + 1I100
"We May Hale What You're Looldog For"
ST. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
20475 Sunningdale
Park (near Mack and Vernier)
GROSSEPOINTEUNITED.
HOLY WEEK
Maundy Thursday - Dmner 6 00, WorshIp 7 00 pm
Good Friday - 730 a m EcumenIcal Men\ BreaKfast
- 3 p m MedLtallOnIn Sanctuary
Noon
8 p m Tenebrae ServIce
Holy Saturday Vigil - 8 P m at Ge~u Cathohc Church
16 Lakeshore Drive, Grosse Pomte Farms
AFFIL'ATEc;W~~~~C~
240 CHALFONTE
MAUNDYTHURSDAY GOOD FRIDAY.
882.5330
ASTEPHEN MINISTRY and LOGOS Congregation
HOLY SATURDAY -
CHRIST CHURCH GROSSE POINTE
HOLY WEEK AND EASTER
Maund) Thursday -ApnJ
'1200-
13
9 30 a m
730 pm
Holy EuchanSl
Holy Euchansl &. the Strtppmg of the Ahar
8 30 P m
Pra}er Walch Begms
oop
Good Fndoy - Apnl 14
m
wrd of the Dance
~edllalLons by .he Re .. Murray Rogers
200 P m
Children s Service
7 10 P m
Concert Brahm:!> ReqUiem
3
Ho!y Euchan:!>t & Baptl:!>m
The Greal Vigil of Easter &
Easler Da} -Apnl
700am
.915 a m
'It 15am
Baplism
16
Hoty Euchanst
FaJnJly Eucf-anst
FeliH..al
& Ihe Aowenng ofthe Cross
Ce!ebratlon of the Hal) Fuchanst
61 Grosse Pointe Boulevard
St. Clare of Montefalco
Catholic Church
1401 WhittIer Road
(Mack Avenue at WhIttIer Road)
Grosse Pomte Park
(313) 885-4960
Saturda} - Apnl 15
530 p m
800pm
EASTER SUNDAY-
9 30 a m Holy Commulllon
730 P In Holy Euchanst WIthHomIly
Noon.130 p m Statzons ofthe Cross and
Good Fnday LIturgy
7 30 P m StatIOnsof the Cross and
Reserved Sacrament
400 P m ChIldren's SernCBFtrst Euchanst of Easter
800 and 10 30 Choral Euchanst and
Sermon (Nursery care at 10 30 SefVIce)
885-4841
We Invite You To Worship With Us
At These Holy Week Semces ..
MAUNDY THURSDAY EUCHARIST
Apnl13 - 7:30 p.m.
GOOD FRIDAY
Apnl14 -1'00 p.m. - Joint Service with St. Paul
7 30 p.m. Tenebrae
EASTER SUNDAY FESTIVAL EUCHARIST
April 16 - 8 00 & 11'00 a m Holy Eucharist
9:00 - 10 30 a.m. Breakfast
Rev Troy G WaIte
Pastor
Holy Week Services
HOLY THURSDAY
CelebrallOn of the Lord, Supper - 7 30 P m
GOOD FRIDAY
TeeOre. 12 00 noon 10 3 00 p m
Celebrallon of the Lord', Pa~~lOn I 30 p m
HOLY SATURDAY
CelebratIOnof lhe Ea>ter VIgil - 7 30 P m
EASTER SUNDAY
Mas,7ooam
900am
10,Oam and 12 00 noon
AND ABC
AT LOTHROP
884-3075
....
MAUNDY THRUSDAY
6 30 - Fellowship Meal and Worship
EASTER WORSHIP
COME CELEBRATE WITH US
8:45 a m -Easter breakfast
10.00 a.m.-Worslup with Commumon
"Torn? Stricken? Revived? Raised?"
Rev E A Bray, Paster
Cnb Room Faclhtes AvaIlable
51. Paul Ev. Lutheran Church
Chalfonte & Lothrop, Grosse Pointe Farms
Holy Week Services
MAUNDY THURSDAY
1 00 P m & 7 00 P m .Worshlp WIth Holy Communion
GOOD FRIDAY
100 P m - Jomt SeTVIceat St James Wlth St James
7 30 pm - Tenebrae Sel"VlceWIth reflectIOns on the seven
last words of Jesus from the Cross
EASTER SUNDAY
9 00 & 1115 am- Worship Wlth Holy Communion
10 DOam- Breakfast
Rev Fred Hanns, Pastor
HOLY WEEK
Rev. Colleen Kamke, Pastor
& EAsTER AT
ST. AMBROSE PARISH
Thursday, April 13 " HOLY THURSDAY
Mass of the Lord's Supper. 7.30 p m.
Friday, April 14 ., GOOD FRIDAY
StatIons of the Cross. 12 noon
Ltturgy of the Lord's PassIOn and Death .1.30 p.m
Saturday. April 15 •• HOLY SATURDAY
Blessmg of Easter Foods. 12 noon
THE GREAT EASTER VIGIL MASS. 7.3) p_m.
Sunday. April 16 •• EASTER SUNDAY
Mass at 8,30 a.m.
Mass at 11:15 a m
LUTHERAN CHURCH
McMILLAN ROAD AT KERCHEVAL
IN GROSSE POINTE FARMS
St Ambrose Cathohc Church., located at 15020 Hampton, Grosse POintePark,
one block north of Jefferson and one block easr of Alter (313) 822,2814
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April 13, 1995
Grosse Pointe News
Entertainment
56
'Broadway
Bound' hits
the boards
I April 26
Cheryl Hawker. Liz Gray and Jane Allen are "The Lovely Liebowitz Sisters" running
Detroit's Gem Theatre through May 28.
'Sisters' provides
By Ronald J Bernas
Assistant Editor
LI,e flom the Krakatoa
Lounge m the Majestic Ama
zon Hotel m beautiful down
town Cleveland, on a sum
mer evenmg m 1945, thlee
zaftig sisters
penorm
the
greatest music of the el a In
a tnbute to the boys over
seas
That's
pretty
much the
gIst of "The Lovely Llebo\\ItZ Sisters,"
which opened
last week at DetrOIt's Gem
Theatre
And If you don't
want anythmg else, you'll be
thoroughly entertawed.
It'~ the kmd of sho\\ tal
lor made for the elega-nt mtl
macy of the Gem And obvIOusly the Gem staff kno\ls
It, "SIsters" IS the latest m a
series of musical revues the
Gem has pre~nted,
Includmg "The All NIght Strut,"
"Forever
Plaid" and "Bee
hive"
Where else can you hem
"Bel MIr B,st du Schon,"
"Smg, SIng, Smg," "BoogIe
WooglC Bugle Boy," a whole
medly of polkas (mcludmg
at
lots of '405 fun
one \\ Ith yodeled aCCOmpdnl
menl) and "In the Mood"
The thl ee slsters, Chel) I
Hawke! as the bossy Patty,
LIZ GI ay dS the dIpPY Max
me, and Jane Allen as the
hm ny La Vonne, plOvlde d
lot of hIgh enelgv musical
numbel ~ John Tsafoyanms
play,
Yanms,
the
gals
agent
and the Ktakatoa
Lounge's emcee
They smg, they blckel
they tell stOlles and, fOl the
mo~t part ch,u m A lot of
schtlck be"l een the ~I"ters
falls a bit l1at and "lOll s the
sho\\ to a neal CIalll m the
iiI st act
The »ClIpt also
doesn't let u" get to knOll 01
care about the sl~tel~, and
that'~ anothel of the show'~
faults And Yanms, If tmth
be told, geb In the \\ ay He
has nailed down the charac
tel of a !,TJ. easy emcee, but
there" Just too much of hIm
The audIence doesn't need
hIm telhng It when to clap,
111 fact
the audience
ap
pIa uded
spontaneously
thlOug-hout the show
The o;econd act bewns With
The Lovely Liebowitz
Sisters
A '40's musIcal revue
AI tI1e Gem Thectre tI1rough
May 28
III
Don't Bother
Nothing Speclol
It Has Moments
Beller Than Mo,t
Outstanding
a gI eat tnbute
to .111 the
Latm songs - "TemptatIOn,"
"Perlid13," "Babalu" - that
Invaded AmerIca m the '40s
and dIpS along mcely untIl
the end, \\ hlch mcludes a
trIbute to the boys overseas
and the whole audIence Jom
mg the "Isters m "God Bless
Amenca "
A Wot d to the shy, though
Vnle,s you want to become
part of the show, SIt In the
balcony Not only do the SlS
tel" talk to specific people m
the audience, there's a polka
contest, a conga Ime and a
See SISTERS, page 7B
Gro~
Pomte Theatle's 47th
!>Cason contInues With Nell SI
mon's
comedy
"Broadway
Bound," dl1ected by Bat bal a
Bentley of the CIty of G,oOoSe
Pomte
The '1ho\1 opens on Wedne'
day,
ApIl1
26, and
I uns
through Saturday,
May 6, at
Fnes AudItOrium m the Gro,,~e
Pomte War Memollal, 32 Lake
shore m GloSse Pomte F dl m"
"Bloadway
Bound"
I~ the
thll d play m Simon's semI au
toblographlcaJ tIllogy, the othel
two are "Bllghton Beach Mem
OilS" and
"BIlOXI Blues"
Tin ough the eyes of Ius altm
ego, Eugene M JelOmc, SImon
recalls hIS eady days as a bud
dIng comedy writer \\ Ith hIS
Dean Gaboury. seated, and Tony Amato star in "Broadolder brother Stanley, and the
way Bound" presented by Grosse Pomte Theatre.
trials and trlbulatlollS of famIly
life In post wal Brooklyn
Seats are
penormances,
day matmee
ets may be
mg (313)
vlsltmg the
avaIlable for most
Includmg a Sun
on April 30 TICk
pwchased by call
8814004,
01
by
Grosse Pomte The
ahe bo, office, 'l15 FIshel Road
at Maumee, on Saturday morn
mgs flom 10 a m to noon TIck
et" me $10, and mav be
chaq;ed to Ma"tel Card, VISd
01 D",co\ eJ Catds
The GlOsse Pomte War Mem
OIlal offers candlelIght
buffet
dmners
before most pe'10r
mances
For dmnel
'eserva
tlOns, call the W<il MemOllaI at
(313, 881 7511
Treehouse players hip-hop at War Memorial
The Tteehouse Players \\111
make a specldl appearance
dt
the GIOS~ Pomte War Memo
nal to peliol m "HIp Hop m the
Treehouse" on Saturday, AplII
22 The day begInS With a pILla
lunch at 11 a m followed bv
the chIldren's
theater
penOl.
mance fealmmg the Tteehou"e
Buddie",
fi> e flIends
flom
school who must complete a
project about keepmg peace
The Tteehouse Pla)els ale a
DetlOlt bao;ed plOfesslOnal child
ren's theater dedlc.1ted to plOm
otmg non VIOlent COnflICt I eso
lutlOn
thlough
theatllcal
productIOns
and
\\ 01 k'lhop~
to e,pand
Its ImaglnatJl e
The audIence IS a"hed to pax11c thmkmg The "ho\\ 15 appropll
Ipate, encoUl aJ:{lng the audience
ate tm chlldlen 6 to 16 TIcket~
at e $6 fOl adults and $4 fOI
chlldlen FOI mOle mfolmatlOn,
call (313) 8817511
'Circle of Friends' is an enchanting look at coming of age
By Marlon Tramor
Special Wllter
The sweet splllted "Cll de of
FrIends"
gently present'l
the
commg of age stones of thl ee
Insh CatholIc gll b III the emly
1950s
We filst meet the gtrls m a
prelude that shows them mah
mg thell iii st commumon
a
scene that delIneates them a"
mdlVlduah
Benme'~ face IS lIt With ex.
cltement, an only child, she IS
the JOy and center of her pal
ents' hves Eve, IIho IS bemg
raIsed by nuns aftel the death
of her parents, IS complacent
and qUIet Nan, the pi ettle,t of
the three, makes the mo~t of
bemg the centel of attentIOn
WIth that IllumInatIng mtro
ductlOn, the film fast fOrll al d~
10 yeal s The gIrl", no\\ young
women, ale anxlou~ to escape
the confines of thell "Hage and
the ngId expectatIOns ot theIr
parent., and go off to the V m
verslty of DublIn
Circle of Friends
Rated PC 13
Staring Minnie Driver and
Chns O'Donnell
II
I
~
Thel
the} meet atll actn e
men go to "Chaol dances
,md mahe out 111 the bach
,eat 01 cal" The thought of
\\ hat the nun" and thell pat
cnt- \\ould "11\ and thell de"lle
to obe\ the 131\" of the chUlch
,top them flOm gomg ,tll the
Special Wrrter
A young dog ~Ih III a corn
Iield \11th the lIoman of hl~
dreams
when he ~uddenly
begIn~ to transform mto the
mfamous
~Id£'klck
Goof),
complete WIth hee yuck
Thl~ '" the openmg "Cene
m the late"t am mated movIe
from
DI~nev,
A Goof\
MOVIe ..
Mickey Mou'>(' ~ "upp0l1
mg
chal aetm
fOI manl
•
• •
• • ?'iISS'Oi
L
I oun~
\\a\
Thel
Chris O'Donnell
and Mmllle DrIver are at the center of "Circ:le of Friends:
<,{'\
but nobody
pag-e 7B
Same old plot works
thanks to star chemistry
\ em" Goofy lin"lIy gets hl'i
'1t,l11mg lole Commg to th£'
<;Cle('n \\ Ith hIm for the iiI 'it
tllllC I" hl~ t£'enage ~on, Ma\
1\1,1, dO(', not II ant to he
IIh(' hI' rl'ld He' a hIt of a
mhfit
tl") Illg to \\ III the
heart of felloll tpenagpr Rox
ann£'
Th{ 1110\1(' Ipally C('utCh
on M,I\ Ind I~ a C()lT1l11g of
agl pH C(' 'lmllm tn th£' fat
~ec GOOFY,
t,tlk ot
See CIRCLE,
Goofy gets center stage
in story of family respect
By John Miskelly
Don r Bother
2 Nath In g SpeCla I
3 It Hm Moments
4 - Be"er Than Most
5 Outstanding
pa~e 6Il
•
By John Miskelly
Special Wr ter
fhd BOI'
I'
,I
lhout t\\( ~lllTlll
,h 1'lng ,hug el, Ill"
rll(l\
Max IS not pleased
father Goofy's Ideas.
DR
with his
Will
Boys,"
Smith
stars
SSS •••••
in "Bad
F'
It
hudl"
('op"
hOUlld 1.1I11d,u)
\1ot onil h,h II h" 11 dotH
on till bl,' ,n « n htfo]( hilt
Oil
I, h \ \,"m ,I' \\,11
fhh
tl11H
"ouncl
II \\olh,
1I1i11l" dw 10 lil, el1mt' o!
Itt\\ .. h "d "<to,, tdl\ 1'1(111
'I I" \\ 111 '-,lI1llil II1d \1.1\1111
I. \\\ I 111«
Thl pall ph1\ pm1ner, a'1d
oudell(' anel h,ne Ju~t com
pl£'tpd th£'11 'C,lIeel hu"t'
"mllh puh It Som£'onl' then
b]('"k~ Illlo theu PlI'CIllCt\
1'\ ,dpucp
lockel ,Inri he"t'
tll<' 1.1I g1' qu,mtlt, of heroIn
thl'\ caplllleel
Th" mo\ Ie takh oIT from
lhl fil_' Clpdlt" It " 'hch
.Ind f,l"t mol lUg \\ Ith an P\
ClII, nt ollglUal <,carl' caplur
,t'
S('(' BAD, pa\te 6B
68
Entertainment
Grosse
April 13. 1995
POinte News
Silverado
Trail: It's
the 'Other'
Napa Valley
Vlsltmg Andre \an Del He)
den's vme) aI d and \\ mery m
CahfOl ma's Napa Valley IS a
bit lIke gomg to your gleat
gJandma's
falm - If she had
one
The entl) dm I.' IS a bIt cl ut
teled Thel I.' all.' plants potted
m 1.'\ ery I.md of con tamer Cats
roam fleely And Andre comes
m to greet )OU from the field a bIt like grandpa, except w1th
a thlcl. Dutch accent
"If you want to see a real
down home wmery, WIth no
filII, then go to van Der Hey
den,'
\\ e' d ht:en advised by
Da\ Id !'IIeans, who kno\\s much
about such thmgs David. who
sells wme bottlmg equIpment,
\\ 01 1.5 as a volunteer
on week
ends at the Napa Valley VISI
tOi s Center advlsmg folks such
as us on the ms and-auts of the
valley
We had driven up from Sau
salltn
on a Saturday
and
stopped at the center for maps
We told DavId that we'd like to
VISit small. out-afthe way but
mterestmg
wmerles, prefemng
to a\old the bIg showplaces
such as Sterlmg, Bennger and
Dam
Chandon
that
draw
crowds on weekends
And so we were dIrected to
the Silverado Tr8l1 - known
locally as the "other" or the
"qUIet" Napa Valley TIns IS a
road that parallels
route 29
which IS the malO road that
runs north south through the
\ alley Van Der Heyden's was
our first stop on thIS route
, Andre runs a one-man oper
atlOn," DaVId had explamed
"Chances are that If you VIS1t
dUl mg p1ckmg, you're likely to
be put to work"
So as we drove down the
I oad whIch remmded
me so
much of what a grandma's
farm should look 11kI.',we were
greeted by the colorful Andre
who did mdeed come m from
the vmeyard
to welcome us
mto hiS tastmg room, a sman
shack
about
12 feet square
'Just Sign m the book there,"
he dnected
"Techmcally,
I
don't olTel public tours so you
are supposed to amve by prl
\ ate Im'ltatlOn
Now you are
all mVlted "
We tasted the three wmes he
offered \\hIle he told us the
story of hiS commg to Amenca
from Holland some 25 years
ago HIS IS a completely fam11y
run operahon and he deSCrlbed
himself as the "owner, wme
maker and Jamtor" He showed
u~ the a\lards he had won to
bacl. up the quahty of hIS wme
From there we traveled
a
couple of miles farther to Goose
At
left.r
the
Glass
Mountain
Inn Bed and
Breakfast in
St. Helena.
At right, a
stop at the
Petrified
Forest
shows
the
beauty
of
nature.
Cross Cellers, a completely dlf.
ferent type of operatlOn Also
very small, It was neat as a
pm, everythmg
III place
We
we1e gJven a short tour of the
grounds
and our gmde ex
plamed the \Vlne-makmg process We tasted some very ex
cellent chardonnays and ended
up leaVlng With a couple of bot
ties as well as a hat and T
shIrt We were Impressed that
Goose Cross Will ship cases of
Its chardonnay to Michigan free
and the fact that you can order
Item~
by
E mal!
(73534 [email protected]\l.scrve com)
We then deVIated shghtly off
the Sllverado Trml to VISIt the
W11l1am HIll Wmery thIS IS a
large operatlOn \Vlth a brand.
new tastmg room Seven \Vlnes
were offered, all comp'lmen
tary (Note Tradlhonally,
wme
tastmgs were free, Wlth the ob
VlOUSmtent that you purchase
wmes that you hke However,
because of the heavy Influx of
tounsts many of the more popular \'/lnenes are chargmg for
tastmgs,
although
most w111
apply the fee toward a wme
purchase However, most of the
smallel wmenes do not charge
and senous wme buffs can pick
up passes for comphmentary
tastmgs at the aforementIOned
VISitors' center)
At ZD Wmes, \\ e encoun
tered yet anothel
brand ne\1
tastmg room Thls faclhty also
offers tours and cook 109 demon
,tratlOns
It charges $3 per
tastmg and you get to keep the
glass
I should mentIOn that there
1 eally
weren't crowds m the
valley, poSSIbly because of the
negahve pubhcIty generated by
the bad "eathel
m Northern
Califorma We found that most
of the fields m Napa \\ ere
falTly dry and that the vmes
were
buddmg
Dlcely
Most
\\ me growers were more can
cerned about a late frost than
they were about ram The seen
ery along the SIl verado Trall
was 5tunrung, espeCIally when
the sun occaSIOnally beamed
through the cloud cover
By now we \Iere gettlllg hun
gry and reahzed that \\ I.' would
ha,e to dev1ate from the Silver
ado TraJl to find a place to eat
We headed lUto YountVllle for
lunch then deCIded to locate the
bed and breakfast
we had
booked for the mght The Glass
Mountam Inn was back on the
trail and we found It to be a
rather ne\\ V Ictonan faCIlity
WIth five umts Ours was pleas
ant and had a deck With small
hot tub, whIch we were unable
to enJoy because of ram The
rate 1S about $150 a mght,
wh1ch reflects the hIgher pnces
that Napa Valley hostelnes can
command Book the pnvate re
serve sUIte. If} ou can (707 963
3512)
The last two \\ menes we VIS
1ted on Saturday "ere Cuva1
son and Dutch Henry The lat
ter IS another tmy operatIOn,
owned by 1\10 famlhes and op
el ated by two men, both of
whom were pom'lng samples m
a makeshIft tastmg area Here
the recent floodmg was more
ObVlOUS some of their fields
were stili submerged
Kendall
Phelps elqllamed that less than
a \\eek before the storage ware
house where we wele standmg
had been flooded He saId they
"ere forced to stay up all mght
at tImes so as to be prepared to
move \\ me cases to higher stor
age areas If needed
Cuvalson was a much mOle
slick
operatIOn
They
also
charge $3 ,keep the glass) for
tastmgs and have a gUt shop as
well We encountered more people here than at any other
place From there we headed
mto the funky httle burg of
Calistoga
to take
a look
around Ow- son and daughter
III law were enchanted
by the
spas With thelT mud baths and
massages
Om dinner reservatJons
for
that evemng had been made by
our mnkeeper
and we thor
oughly enjoyed a very good
meal at Showley's at Mira
monte In St Helena (707 963
1200}
The next mornmg we enjoyed
om full breakfast at the Inn
and decided to return to the
Bay area by way of Sonoma
Valley (although the kids were
tempted to stay m Cahstoga to
try out the mud baths) We de
clded to make our last stop 1n
Napa Valley at the Chateau
Montelena, which was a per
sonal favonte from our last
VISit to the valley over a dozen
years ago
We found It much as we re
membered,
a stone
castle
carved mto a hillSIde overlook.
mg a lake and elegant Chmese
gardens However, the mtenor
of the chateau IS under renova
tlOn and the tastmg room IS
bemg moved from ground level
to the top lloor In the mean.
time, tastmgs ($5, no glass) are
bemg held m a trailer Chateau
Montelena \'/lnes are still re
markable and qUite expensIve
Note The chateau's
grounds
are lovely for plcmckmg, ho\\
ever, reservatIOns are reqUlred
so they don't become ovel
crowded (707 942-5105)
Headmg west to Sonoma Val
ley, we decIded to take m a
\1ell.known
tounst
SIte, the
Petnfied
Forest No" a state
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more complex 'LIOn Kmg'
and "The LIttle MermaId"
A Goofy MOVIe" takes on
the stol)' of a father trymg
to relate to hI"> teenage son
- a <;on who \Iould rather
attend an end-ofsehool party
and romance the fa1r Roxanne than go on a fishmg
tnp \llth hiS dad
~1ax. howe\er. reluctantly
goc' but not before telhng
Ro,anne - so that shc WIll
not attend the party \\1th a
">ubstltute date - that he
''Ill be appeanng
at a con
cert m Los Angeles WIth
C\ en one s favonte
pop mu
,IC star Po"erllne
The story takes on a famll
Jar theme but does It fa1r!y
effective]) \1hIll.' stIll manag
mg to be appealmg
to a
,oung audience
Along the \'a)
a half
d07en <;Dngs punctullk
the
P1CtU1C
Max and hiS dad face
<;(',
A Goofy ~ov_ie _
Rated G
Staring Goo~
B]
1 Don't Bother
2 NothIng Special
3
It Ha' Moment,
4 Be"er Than Mo,t
5
Out,tondlng
eral trIals and tnbulatlOns
on theIr trIp \1hlch Goofy
thmks
I'; for fishmg, but
Max. who IS glVen the res
ponslbJly of navigator, knows
will lead to the concert
When the paIr hits the fork
m the rOlld that WIll take
them to one place or the
other, Goofy leave, It up to
:"1ax
boofy and Max,; !ir<;t time
out I, an enJO) able adven
tUTe \\ hlch WIll leave your
young,ter clappmg for more
From page 5B
mg every scene eApertly
Don Simpson and Jerry
Buckhelmer.
producers
of
, Bad Boys." use the famlhar
formula they perfected on
SImIlar film, such a, "Bev
erly HIlls Cop' thIS movie
IS not a np-off, however It I,
Just
another
,er,lOn
It
\Iorks a, both actIOn film
and comedy pIece Almost
everythmg
Lawrence
does
<;eems to bnng a collective
audIence chuckle
Smith plays the smoother
of the hlo He', a bachelor
and nch
He doesn't even
need a Job
Lawrence
<;cores a~ "ell
playmg a mamed cop WIth
three kId"> and a <;(ahon
1\llgon HIS ,mart mouth and
WIse cracks make him liS en
tertmmng a, any other pel
son who ha, played thIS type
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Rated R, VIOlence, foul
language
Starring Martin lawrence and
Will Smith
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2- Nothing Special
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It Ha$ Moments
Belter Thon Most
5
Outstanding
of role
"Bad Boys" IS an enter
tammg mOYie nde - not a
lot of substance, no hidden
'lOClal messages Just actIOn
and fun
SmIth and Lawrence mu,t
be bIg fans of '705 cop sho" ">
because
the reference,; to
that genre are so numerou,
It almost becomes a game
Be ready Any blmkmg or
prolonged laughmg and you
could mrss a lot
histOrICal landmark,
this area
remaIns a pnvately-owned
com
melclal
operatIOn
whIch
1S
much as It was when It opened
several
decades
ago
These huge preserved
trees
were first dIscovered m 1870
You walk through the "park"
on ) ow own and the admISSIOn
fee IS nommal ($3 for adul~} It
15 located at 4100 Petnfied For
est Road A stop here should
not take much mOl I.' than an
hour
When we reached Sonoma
Valley we decided to head
north
through
the RUSSIan
River Valley w1th our goal the
Fen an Carano wmery outside
of Healdsburg (ThIS was a sen
tlmental chOIce our newlywed
son and daughter In law drank
thiS wme on then
weddmg
day) We agam traveled
on
back loads and here the dam
age fJ om floodIng was much
more obVIOUS We observed
many fields that \\ere st111 un
der water
My favonte
stop on thIS
10Ute was the Dry Creek WI.
nel)' whIch had a lovely tastmg
room and a fnendly black lab
Tastmgs well.' free - "Hey, thIS
Isn't the Napa Valley" we were
Informed We left here WIth a
couple more bottles
In general, It seemed that
the WInenes m Sonoma are
much less ostentatIOus
than
those m Napa but many of the
wmes BJ e qUIte supenor
How
ever, Ferrar Carano IS umque
on all counts Its wmes have an
excellent
reputatIOn,
but the
facility
IS certamly
ostenta
tlOUS The company has bUilt
an Italian rena1ssance mansIOn
out m the rmddle of nOH.here
w1th eAtenslVe gardens
It of
fers tours and tastmgs ($2 50
for four wmes, applicable to a
$20 pm chase) and has an elab
orate gJft shop Perhaps the
best observation \1as made bv
our son "thIS wmel)' 1S hke a
1995 cabemet
It needs agJng
You should come back m an
othel 12 years "
AIleI a qUlck stop for lunch
m Healdsburg, we hopped onto
II!telstate 101 south and were
back m Mann County wlthm
an hour and a half Ours was
fmrly typIcal for a day and a
half weekend tTlP flOm the Bay
area mto the WIne country We
"ere able to sample a fe\1 WJ
nenes, see lots of great scenery
and had a couple of nIce meals
at an easy pace
For more informatIOn unle
the Napa Valle) \'lSltors Bu
reau, 1310 Napa Towll Cente/,
Napa, CA 94559, (7071 226
7459 Dr the SOlloma Valley \'IS
Itors Bureau, 453 First Street
East, Sonoma, CA 91,476 (707)
9961090 To book rooms 1Il the
wme country, wll 180015 SON
OMA. (800; 969 iNNS or 18001
284-S675
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Brahms' A German ReqUIem and
Alto Rhapsody wdl be performed
at 7 30 p III Friday, April 14, at
ChrIst Church Grosse POlllte, 61
Grosse POlllte Boulevard.
In
Grosse
POInte Farms
The
performance
IS by the Chnst
Church Chorale and DeH'wen
Chorale Ttckets are $15 and $10
Call (313) 8854841
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The
DetrOit
Symphony
Orchestra. under the baton of
guest
conductor
Marvlll
Hamhsch, wlil perform a pop'
concert April 20-23 at DetrOlt
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Woodward Call (313) 833 3700
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The ~t Clair Shores FIgure
Skating Cluh,
:<4th annual
productIOn of HefltLtlOns on Ice"
Will be Apnl 28 30 atlhe St ClaIr
Shores
CIVIC Arena
20000
Stephens
TIcket prices and
sho\\ time. vary Call (810) 774
7530
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Jack's Waterfront Restaurant,
24214 Jefferson
III St
Cia a
Shores,
features
Big Band
Dancmg featunng the Emil Moro
Big Band and vocalists JudIe
Cochlll and Danny Ascenzo from
8 30 p m to ffildmght on the
second Tuesday of each month
Call (810) 445-8080
T
form of
Gilbert
Pirates
Sundays
are $15
available
HEATER
Broadway
Vldeostage, a new
live theater, presents
and SullIvan's
"The
of Penzance" Fndaysthrough May 28 TIcket.
and speCIal rates are
Call (810) 771 6333
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The Bethel BaptIst Church's
Adult ChOIr Will present the
Blbhcal mUSIcal "The Da~ He
Wore My Crown" at 1045 am
Sunday, Apnl 16 at the church,
24600 Little Mack III St Clair
Shores Call (810) 772 2520
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Gallery,
The St Gertrude Players WIll
perform "LIttle Nell, the Orphan
GIrl or FIght for a Woman's
Honor," a melodrama, April 21,
22, 28 and 29, at 8 p m m the St
Gertrude
Acltvltles BUlldmg,
28801 Jefferson
In St ClaIr
Shores AdmISSion IS $7 Call
(810) 777 9120
Vocalist Lmda Blancke performs
every Wednesday and Friday at
Sllldbad's at the River Call (313)
8228000
W
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Chno
15126
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DetrOit Instttute of Art" presents
the 1994 Homaman film "An
Unforgethble Summer," a "tory
Rodger MLElveen ProductIons
about a milltarv man caught m a
present.
"The
Premature
terrible pa",tlOn because of hiS
Corpse,' a comedv, on Saturdays
Wife'" sympalhy for a group of
through May 6 at the Golden L~on
unJu.tly com !clcd locals, Apnl
Dmner Theatre, 22380 Moross m
14 16 T,cket,
are $'1 Also,
DetrOit
Ticket"
are $22 95
Dmner IS at 7 p m and the sho\\ "ReSIstance," a 1994 Austrahan
film about a future world, plays at
IS at 8 pm Call (.l1d) 886-2420
7 p m Monday AprIl 17 Call
Rodger McElveen ProductIOns
also presents the farce "Weekend (313) 811 2323
Comedy" through Apnl 22 at The
HeIdelberg,
43785 Gratiot m
Mount Clemens
Tickets are
$22 50 and mclude dmner and
,how Time, vary Call (810) 469
0440
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The Gem Theatre, on Woodward
across from the Fox Theatre
presents "The Lovely L.ebewltl
SIsters" through May 28 Ticket
prIces vary Call (313) 9639800
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The Second Clt~ .DetrOlt pre,ents
"The Best of Second C,tv" at 8
p m Tuesday evenmgS at the
Second Cltl, 2.301 Wood\\ ard
Ttckets are $6 Call (313l 965
2222
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The Greenfield VIllage Thedtre
Company presents the comedy
"The FJr.t Year, about the fi"t
year of marnage, Fndn~ sand
Saturday.
through Apnl 29
T1ckets are $10 Call (313) 271.
1620
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The Broadwa~ smash' She Love"
Me" WIll be pre"ented at Oaklnnd
Umversltys
Meadow
Brook
Theatre Apnl 20 through Ma) 14
Call (810) '377 3300
Paper
Bag
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ProductIOns,
way
And, as the openmg song
prom I5ed, It IS a lovel) \\ ay
to spend an evemng
"The Loveh Llebowlt, SIS
ten;" run~ through Mal 28 at
the Gem
Last week's
puzzle solved
ACROSS
1 "'The Man
m Black"
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The Purple
Rose Theatre
Company, 117 Park Street m
Chel.ea, IS presentmg "Hang the
Moon," a new drama by Suzanne
Burr through May 21 Ticket
pnces and showtlmes ,ary Call
Ltd
presents an onglnal mUSIcal, "'RIp
Van WInkle" Saturday.
and
Sunda~ s through May 28 at lhe
hlstonc Players Club, 3321 E
(311) 47')-7902
elos but I'I e got qUIte a thm
skill about me •
She discounts hel po,ltlVesa \\ onderful smile that hght~
up flOm "Ithm
a >efleshmg
fm thllgh t ne~s and d keen sen;e
of dnectlOn Quaiitles that, dS
he comes to kno" her better,
wm Jack's admnatlOn and In
tele.t
Completel)
comfmiable
WIth each other, they spend
lDng hOUl~ wandel mg II eland s
lu~h counllyslde
mulhng Olel
\\ hat malte> , most to them
Anothel boy \1ho llle" to "Ill
Benllle ~ affectIOn IS hel fath
el" ~lIm) clothIng stOle ap
plCntlce pla) ed b) Alan Cum
mmg She de,plse~ hIm but he
mgJatlate~
hImself \\tth
hel
faml1\ \\ 1"le o;ecletJ) lobbmb
doe~ It and lhell struggle to
contlOl then III ges IS pi esented
"dth empathy and humOi
Benme (1\ilmme D,I,el), \\ ho
thmb of herself as bemg plam
and alt kWaI d I~ happIly SUI
pilsed when she cdtches the
e} e of Jack Fole) (ChI I~ 0
Donnell), a handsome and pop
ulal rugby star She IS ec,latJc
\\hen he inVIte, all thlee of the
g11l, to a dance Howelel, she
m"take,
the Ill\ lte fm a date
and when he choo,es ~an (Saf
flOn Bu', OIlS) as hl~ dance
partnel
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asks hel to dance
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.Jefferson m DetrOIt Tickets are
$7 CallI 800 824 8314
The Hllberry Repertory Company
at
Wavne State University
presents "You Can t Take It With
You," and Shaw's "Mr" Warren'.
ProfeSSion" III rotatmg repertory
Also at Wayne State Umverslty
Agatha ChrIstie'S
"Ten Little
IndIans," plays Apnl 21 10 m the
Bonstelle Theatre Ticket price"
lary Call {313l577 2972
From page 5B
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But the real staN of the
show are the SIsters, who
prOVide good 81Tangements,
tight harmomes
and mOl e
than a few laughs along the
L .."eshore Famdy YMCA, 23401
E Jefferson In St ClaIr Shore,
has BJg Band Dancmg at 9 pm
every Saturday
Admls"on
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$3 50 for non-members, $250 for
members Call (810) 778 5811
The Orion Stnng Quartet will make its Detroit recital debut with Pro Musica at the orA
at 8:30 p.m. on Friday Apnl 21. Recently named quartet-m-resldence
at Lincoln Center In
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Dave Wagner, orgamst,
wdl
perform In concert at 4 p m
Sunday, Apnl 23, at Advent
Lutheran Church, 21439 Kelly III
Eastpolllte
Donatlons
are
accepted and benefit the Faith
Lutheran
Soup KItchen
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The Men b Ecumelllc,,1 Hreakfo,t
meetmg .s at 7 '~O a m Fnda~,
Aprol 14, at Gro,se
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Grosse POinte Memanal Cburch
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campus to Clro .. 1890 ~ oloo!]
5474 Cass Call (31 J) 577 179;
On view at Ambleslde G"lIery,
375 FIsher m the City of Grosse
Pomte, are two ongmal work. by
Norman
-Rockwell
Also,
watercolors by Phil Hobbs, Nigel
Price, Brian Johnson and Rita
SmIth, OIls by Kenneth Denton
and Hemer Herlhng, wildlife by
RIchard Sloan, Matthew llilher
and Pat Preult, Botanicals by
VIcky Cox and Mary Beth Koele
Call (d11) 8858999
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APPENINGS
\bynL
"tltL
UnO'cr"ly'
Funeral for Wmlu II III lJPgln .. t
1210 pm Thur,day, Apnl 1J at
the .outh end of the ~ludent
The LakeSide Palette Club of St
ClaIr Shores Will hold Its annual
Spnng Art Exhlbll and Sale Aprd
21 2-d at the :>t ClaIr :"hores
CIVICArena, 20000 Stephen, m
St Clair Shore, The e,lllb,t '"
free, all work~ of art ..re for 'ale
Call (810) 9394211
The Center Gallenes
of the
Center for CreatIve Studle.
College of Art and DeSIgn wdl
showcase the New York SocIety of
Illustrators' exhibIt "Paperback'
1995" through
May 12 The
The JudelalTes, a .how chOIr, ,,,II
perform a concert of claSSICS exhibit features the artwork on
the cover of paperback books from
April 20 23 at the Italian
Amencan Cultural Center In conception through productIOn
The
gallenes
are located at
Warren Tlcket prices vary Can
Woodward and KlTby m the Park
(313) 527-7600
Shelton BUlldmg at CCS Call
The DeHaven
Chorale
WIll (313) B74-1955
perform Bach's Mass III B mlllor
The DetrOit InstItute
of Arts,
at 3 pm, Sunday, Apnl 23, at St
5200 Woodward m DetrOIt, IS
Ambrose Church
In
Grosse
Pomte Park TIckets are $10, $8 e"hlbltmg "An Evolution of 20th
Century Sculpture" through July
for semors and students
Call
31 Call (3131 833 7900
(313) 886-3480
III
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'
the tIll
Benme and Jack al e movmg
clDse to a sellOlI' Ielatwnshlp
E\ el compl,lcent
E\ e (Cera I
dille O'Ha'le) has 'ettled mto
an um uffled IDmdnCe Ambl
tlOU~ Nan IS not so fmiunate
She o;ets hel ~Ights on snaggmg
a 11Ch pIa) bo) Smali, but na
"e, she finds hel,elf m an em
b," Id"Smg SituatIOn
Befm e the story ends, all
lh. ee of the g11ls at e emblolled
III a clImactIC set IE'Sof Circum
,tance~ that 111\ oh e 10\e los.
fll€ndsillp
betla)dl and lecon
cIlmtJOn All of" luch mdl k the
,omet,me,
lock,
,ometlme"
,mooth lite of pa"age
It \, thl' un\H'I,al
theme
that m"hl'
('ll ell' of l'llends
_
~I.
.
'D easy to relate to and ~o spe
clal
Thele " a hUllt m no,talglc
appeal to a film centeled on a
tIme "hen IlVmg \\ a" eaSlel
Ho\\ ever,
dlrectol
Pat
0'
ConnOt doesn't
lely on the
chal m of nostalgia
dlone for
tone He enllces \\ lth humDr
and treats u, \\ Ith SDme glD
llOUS countlJ ",de shots
The film I" bleso;ed \\ Ith an
outstandlllg
ca~t of ;nppOtitng
charaete.,
"ho gl\ e authentJc
pDlila\al,
'ell cle of Fllend,' I' an db
,01 bmg enteli.llI11 n>!:film \\lth
a ulll\ehal ,Ippedl
Apnl 13, 1995
Grosse Pointe News
88
Bkathleen stevenson
p~
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rrreasures
&
rrrasfi
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21210 BcllPCI
St Clall' Shores
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by hair co .
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gQeL ft,eut &It:
Do by haIr welcomes Shelley to the
staff First time clIentc; WIll receIVe
I $5 00 OFF hall' cuts WIth Shelley (Saturdays excluded) Hurry - as speCial
at 15229
HAPPY EASTER111
! expires Api'll 30th
So what goes \VIth the fresh spnng : Kercheval, Grosse Pumte Park, (313)
season? Fresh baked goods of course! 822-8080
We're featunng
\VIth thIS Easter
HolIday season, delicIOus breads, rolls,
breakfast and dessert pastries (also m
minIature SIze), frUIt and creme PICS, I
chocolate cake eggs, cake nests, bunny I
cakes and coolues, and our wonderful 'I
lamb cakes For the school, the office,
and Easter Sunday celebratIOn at I
I
home Remember to place your orders I IS your Easter basket headquarters
early! at 16844 Kercheval Place, In- I Baskets of all SIzes feature our French
The-VIllage 313-882-1932.
superfine chocolates III your chOIce of
,
dark, milk or white chocolate. Hop III
for lots of other Easter gifts, cards, Jelly beans and cuddly cntters
We're
open from 6'00 a m to 9'00 p m weekdays, and 8.00 a m to 9 00 p m on
weekends. Located at .. 20737 Mack,
1st block north of Vermer, Grosse
Pomte Woods, 313-884-6480
Has a Illce selectIOn of mix and
match sports wear m SIzes S-XL,
pettte and regular. at 20148 Mack at
Oxford, (313) 886-7424
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Happy Easter
We ale the largest
wdependent chlldlen's clothmg store
zn l\1lChlgan - we even carry Stnde
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Rtte~ See our complete lme of communIOn dres')es, veils and acceSSOries,
plus a lw ge selectwn of boys SUItS,
sport Jackets alld pant') Regular, slim
and hU6ky sIzes _ With FREE alteratLOns' Plus _ our new sprmg
merchandIse
IS arnvmg datiy .. at
I 23200 Greater Mack Avenue, one block
I ')outh of9 Mlle Road, (810) 777-8020
I
Elegance
for 6Ize.,
14-26
I
Easter novelty sweaters by Mansa
Chllstma
now on speCial - receIve
25% OFF
Hurry
Ill.
HAPPY:
EASTER to all
from L~sa and her
staff
at 19583 Mack, GlOsse Pomte
Woods, 313-882-3130
Jacobsons
Calendar
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ROl\ers, StaJTchmbers, Free Welghu, Weight
:Machlnes, Complete", Ith Shower", & Lockers
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FITNESS & TRAINING
CENTEB
Ann Arbor
Antiques
Market
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Now through Apnl 15th
Receive a Jack Nicklaus
dnvel
when
you purchase
a HART,
SCHAFFNER & MARX SUlt or Jacket
and pants combmatlOn It's our gift to
you. Men's Department
Api'll 20th <Thursday)
LUCIe Ann CollectlOn
Show
Featunng
a personal appearance of
deSigner DaVid Brown from noon to
4.00 p.m., With mformal modehng
IntImate Apparel
Our 27th Season.
AntJquers
Plan on the Ann Arbor AntIques
CONNER
Market, Saturday and Sunday, Apnl
PARK
22nd and 23rd There are over 300
-~
dealers m quahty antIques and select
~7s';!.'S
collectibles All under cover All items
April 21st (Friday)
guaranteed as represented
The timE:
Personal appearance by Sue Blue of
I IS 8 00 a.m through 4:00 p m at Amoena (Post Mastectomy Breast
Easter and spnng mean colorful
5055 Ann Arbor-SalIne Road (EXit I Forms) flom 11.00 a.m. through 5.00
flowers, many of whIch can be found I #175 off 1-94 then South 3 ~Illles) p m IntImate Apparel Depal tment
at Conner Park flonsts
Such as an Only $4 00 ad~lsslOn FREE Parkmg I
"Api'll Showers Bouquet" which IS a
Api'll 22nd (Saturday)
bamboo watenng can filled With fresh I
Marlsa Chnstllla Spnng CollectIOn
flowers III beautiful
pastel colors
Show. Meet representatIves
Angie
$24.95
or "Spnng
Song
Henderbon between 1000 am. - 4 00
Arrangement" whIch IS a wooden con- I
p m ClaIrewood Department
tamer, With a garden look and per- I
manent sIlk flowers III an arrangeI' I .~:Y
Api'll 26th (Wednesday)
ment, With a feathered fnend (bIrd)
Escada Fall CollectIOn Show 1995
attached for $3495
Call 313-881- I
between 10.00 am _ 400 pm., WIth
5550 for more Ideas
at 21142 Mack
I mformal modehng InternatlOnal
Avenue, Grosse Pomte Woods
I
No need to travel across town for Salon
I that
massage
or faCial Make an
appomtment
today at Francesco's
Api'll 27th (Thursday)
Salon In-The-Vlllage for a full body
Mastohm Cultured Pearls
Meet
- stress ~eheVIng ma,ssage .by Nancy representatIVe Jay Sly from Mastohm
I and/or
a European faCial deSIgned Just between 11.00 a.m _ 400 pm, \"Ith
for you by Pat Treat yourself or fill Illformal modehng
FIllP Jewelry
those Easter Baskets With gift certJfi- Salon
cates for any salon serVIce at 17007
Kercheval,
Second level, 313-882Thurc;day Dmner Buffet
2550.
I Every Thursday In our St ClaIr
Coloseum InternatlOnaJ announces
Room Re"taurant
Helga's
"FAMOUS"
European
Techmque of lash tmtmg Call today
for your appomtment
313-881-7252
at 75 Kercheval, on-the-Hlll
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grosse pointe
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flori'lts, inc.
II
"It'1> Where You Belong"
17243 Mack Avenue, Grosse Pomte,
(313) 885-3600
I "THE WEDDING
"
SEASON IS NEAR
I
Stop by and select from the newest
I styles
m men's formal wear Register
I your
1995 weddmg before 4-30-95 and
i receive the groom's tuxedo rentalI FREE
plus 20% OFF everyone else
m your party (mimmum of6 rentals)
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THE FRUIT TREE
salotJ _
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SPECIAL DELIVERY
~
See the collectlOn of Jewelry at
edmund t AHEE Jewelers set With
fantasy cut gemstones - these are
semi-precIOUS gemstones that are faceted to gIve a contemporary
and
umque bnlhance
They have a large
collectIOn of fantasy cut stones mcludmg the rare gemstonec; cut by the
world renowned German cutter Bernd
Munstemer
Some are ~et m custom
deSigned Jewelry whIl(' others are
unset to create your own masterpiece
All deSIgns are created by award WInDIng deSigner Pam('la Ah('e Thomas
VISit them at 20139 Mack Avenue at
Oxford (between 7 & 8 MIle Roads)
Grosse Pomte Woodc; Hourc; !\ionday
- Saturday
10 00 a ill - 6 00 pm,
except Thursday
1000 am - 800
pm, (313) 886-4600
[email protected]
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edmund t. AHEE jewelry co.
.
Jump llltO Spl mg at New VISIOns of
You for a make over with celebnty
make-up artist, JEFFREY BRUCE He
LeaVIng on yom CIUlse or headmg will be hele on Monday, May 1 5]
th bett, en 9 00 a m - 11 30 a m Ca 1 now1 0
out of town for your vacatlOn? THE ",e
NOTRE DAME PHARMACY has all make your I esel vatlOn for a consu tayour travel
accessory
needs
A I bon on your hall and make-u
It
complete hne of buntan lotIOns and 21028 Mack, Grosse Pomte
00 s,
sun products Money pouches, luggage 313-884-0330
tags, travel ramcoats, clocks, passport
cases, adaptors
everythmg
from I
travel shampoo to clotheslme - plus
much more
16926 Km cheval m-theVillage, 313-885-2154
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Re-Sale shop, which also offers a
(810) 773-3411
large selectIOn of antIques and hand
Fax (810)773-8050
crafted Items New owners, Pat and
KIm, IllVIte you to come ar;d browse
1995 dated calendals and appOIntas you know, one pel son s trash IS ment books are now 50o/c OFF Store
another person's treasure Easter can- hours aI e 8 30 ; 5 30 weekdays, and
dy and gifts also aVaIlable at 23712 10 00 - 2 00 on Saturday::,
Harper (Just N ofNme Mile) 810-7749316
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(the pointe)
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~t SHO,oA
n
VI\I()IU d "-()U_
Growers of Fme Flowers
A tlskct, a tdc;ket, come fill your
Eastel bac;ket'
Camp young, come old - we
lib. have beal" and bunmes to beS! hold'
HyaCinth",
daffodil"
and
tulips too, along With Easter hllCs
walt for you'
Come on(' come all & Jom the fun
For flowprs we rc the only one'
at 174 Kerby Road, Gro-;c;c Pomte
Farms, (313)883-.'3000
KISKA JEWELERS
.....CU"tOlll
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Ba"kets
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Pretty Easter baskets filled WIth
your chOlce of candles, frUlt, wme,
Gayles & Joseph SchmIdt Chocolates
and Gourmet Foods Come in to custom deSign a basket and we'll put It
together The Fruit Tree has lots of
umque Easter goodIes to help personahze your basket
at 20129 Mack
Ave, Grosse Pomte Woods, 313-8862352
CPOlnte gOShlOII'S
Great selectIOn of Spnng cotton sepaJ'ates all m an array of bnght colors
- perfect for mlxmg and matchmg
at 23022 Mack Avenue, (across from
S C S po"t office) 810-774-1850
for All Occa<;rolls _
313-881-b262
Be umque thIS Ea;,trr - Surpn~e
your famIly and fr~ends WIt~ a cookIe
bouquet flOm SPECIAL DE,LIVERY
Each ba"kct of fre"hly baked beautlfully decorated cookleC; WI]] show you
care rOOkH' bO,uquet" are al <;0 avaIlable for MothN c;Day, graduatIOn, and
other occa"lOni>
Ed Maliszewski
Carpeting
With fir"t commUIllOn'i, confirmatIon'S and Khler lll"t around the cornCARPET SALE' Karafotan, Lees,
er KI'ika .Tewp]p!" ha" a large c;electlOn of gold (ro""c" and ,\ vancty of ~[lIhken and ('u"tomWeavp carpetIng
at 21435 Mack
gold Jewelr~' at 6.'3Kcrehpval ol1-the- on SALE now
AvenuC'. (810) 776-5510
HlIJ, 11;{-f\Wi ')7')')
TRESSES Hair Studio
would lcke to announce an
addlllOn to our manicure "erVlces
mOl"tunze and "trengthen your nads
WIth a na;ltlque, treatment WIth your
manicure - call for drtall"
CongratulatIOn')
to Rachael _
"omr ')(vles from hcr portfolIO have
heen pllhll~hed
III
Halr.Do Style
magazIne
watet!
for future
allll()UnCemellt~ abollt C11'.tomblended
co~metlc,~
at 16914 Kercheval
Avenue, Grn~.~ePomte 31.'3-881.4500
To advertIse In thiScolumn
call kathleen stevenson
at (313) 343-5582
by ? 00 p m Frrdays
Sports
April 13, 1995
Grosse Pointe N~ws
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Four ULS players skate to All-State honors
By Chuck Klonke
Lit
111 thl lilt, ,Ind ~hot" he fd~ed the bettel he
'\n(h ,\d)dna, h,I" plo\ln to be \\d'"
EmIle FI,ll1CI, edlmd
thl .I_ I !lu<.lbl,' to the Kmght- dG
AI bdnd'" pel f'JIm,lIlle \\ Ith
nllkll<lnJe
fhe ell
\I hl n he
Pot> III I" to the ilf,lplL L( ,If" the Knlghb thIS "e,bon l<ll ned
\I dS pl'l\ 11115 gOdl
JOI th,
'it \I ll1d FI 1Il11" \\ h to the H In!.; hW1 a "pot on the (,lao" 8 ( 0
YOlk Rdngel, ,I coup]' 01 gln ",
All ~tdte iii ~t team "elelted b}
elatlOlh dgO
the
Mlchlg,m
High
School
We lell a lot on good goll
No\\ TO!onto nc1nil Il'!<I 1\ tUHhng, ~dld ULS LO,Kh .John HlXhe\ Coa~he" A,,,oc),ltlOn
h, Pot> III 1" knoll n h
1hl FO\, ILl
Al b,ma~ l~ one of fOUl VI ~
It 'ee rned hhe And,
("It'
pia} el ~ leCll\ mg \11 "tdle hon
II I' ,"",11' wmmg up \lllh tlK
But
('nIH'I'II\
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"lIe,
And
he OJS SUlIOI .lohn \lC\),lllghton
School ~ hoe 1,l\ I, ,m I) I I
Jumol rom Dpll,], ,1Ild "mho
tl\) "d Oil 1\01 k 1h" mOIl
0\1 Il
Sports Edllor
Idn
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f'1I1C.... ldLh
~o\lI(1 h'h b'llI bl,,,ul
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He notlCl, the po,ltlOnlllg oj
llttnHnd( 1-,
~(Jlng
the pl'l\u,
bUI hl can "tlll e ....<.lIknt
b<lc).. to tbe 1940 ,1,1t! lh,nnp,
1,( "p hh fow, 011 ,toPP\l1g the
on,hl)! te.11ll I\hllh had Ill)!)!
pud-, It help, hUT! In the d,h'>
1,,1,\ bcl\\eU1 th, pIpe, 11 '1\
I (Jom too I k nollcls the glll~
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no\'. the ...,t.:.11ting gOdlH .. 1m
but (,Ill contllluP to f,x u" on hi,
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FO\I Ipi ~dld II Ith a Edll"ld
1 Jlle 1liP)! And\ pl.l\ ed (JIl
(hulkle
,orne of thl bbt tllple A te lllh
Alban,l" hau an oubtdndlllg
_ed,on fOJ thl Kll1ghh \11 "plte - and \ou don t do th"t unle"
of the tedm,
1111 leLlnd He } au Ie Ul\ good F(m Iu 'Ild
AI ban,l' I, an e\(e\lent
lOrn
,dlol\ pc! onh 19 goal~ lfi 481
pet lit>! but hl docsn t iLt th It
,hot, 10l .I 898 ,m e pel cent
com pet I\l\ Ule-., "t d lid III th,
age
Ih.., goals agJ.lnst
3\ PI age
1\ ,II
of helplllg th, Kmghh
1\ a, an e\wHent
'325
othel go,liJe,
Al b,In""
nurnbe! s mIght
Hl did ,I lot fOl Pend Hueh
h,I\(' heen L,en mOle 1I11ple"
FOil lu
," e If hl h,ldn t hdd to absOl b lIU dnd Beh, Rabbdl1l
,ill the ~cOIIllR III d 10 I 10S', to ~ald That" d good p,ample [)f
the gOdltPndel'
Ullion TIll', Ie
'iOtlL Dame \lhen the entne
LJL" tl,lm h<ld a hOll endou~ compltlng fo, pl<1\Ing tIme hut
~tll! helpmg edch othel
mght
AI bdlM' hdd sOllle of h", bl,t
Andl '" d good e,ample of
,Igdln,t
CI ,lllbi ook
combllllllg
good Skdtlllg and game,
el>cellent <;lllkhandllng
fOI a \\ hllh \I a ~ I ankL d '1;0 1 In [1 e
g<),\!J"
FO\\ lei o,,1ll1 Hc also ~tate III ('1,1,>, BCD fOI mo-t )f
has ,In e"tleme],
qUick glo\e
See HOCKEY, page 2('
HIS nlcknaml I" The Cat' ,
IlUl\td
h 01101 ,Ihle
me n t ""1
\Ie
Ndughton ,\1"0 1\ ,I, n \nllel to
the Academlc All ,st lte t(',11ll
AI bando, IJllllg,
" UJllqlle
quaht\ to the KmghtbOl 1,1 \
team
, He hd' the g!e,ll ,llnht\ tn
notice c\ u) thmg el1011nUhm1
\\ hde "lil j'l( lhd1g on ,I ,peuIJ(
object
,"d FOil lu of hi" Illil
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Piper takes first place
at national swim meet
Four Umverslty Liggett School players
High
School
:,tate
team..
Arbanas
Hockey
rrOJn
Coaches
left
are
Assoc.allon
sophomore
coach John Fowler
Ian
A lil ~t place lim'h b} Cort
ne~ Plpel m the 1 650 \ al d
flee,t\ Ie 11lghltghted a line ef
fOit b} the romte
AquatIC'
~\\ 1m club at thc 1 ecent Umted
~tatl'
SI\ Imming
"IdtlOnal
Ch"rnplOn"h,p" m Bunalo ~ y
The (,Io',',e POInte b,,-ed club
lilllshld
21>t m tl\(' 92 te<lm
lield at th" "€LOnd highest 1(,\el
of S\\ Illlllllllg lompetltlOn III the
countl}
Plpel a h e~hm,m at (,Io",e
Pomte 1\'01 th had a \I ml1mg
tm1e of 164227
Hel el101t
John McNaughton. Arbanas made the first team. whIle the quahIied hl! 1m the Selllm ~"
other three were honorable mention selechons. McNaughton tlOn<11CharnplOn"hlp,
III Pa'a
dena Cahi
Allg 1 4:
also made the Academic All-Stale squad
Plpel "I", pl"cld ""th In the
1 000 h ee~t\ I" 11007091 and
made the Michigan
Class B C-D AllFInes
lunr.or
Andy
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leather
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April 13, 1995
Grosse Pointe News
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page 1C
the season He \\as also bill
liant III the ULS tournament,
turnmg a\\ a} 37 of 38 shots m
Ii 2 1
VlctOrv 0\ er Portage
Northeln,
then
makmg
38
saves m a 30 loss to Cuhel
Gnd) Academ}
m the title
gaJne
McNaughton \\on the plest!
giOUS Graham Crdgg Trophy as
ULS' most valuable playel A
year ago he was the recIpient
of the 1990 TJ ophy, \\ hlch IS
awarded to a player who exem
pllfies the charactellstIcs
of the
champIOnshIp team
Fowler admItted he was dls
appomted McNaughton
dIdn't
Jom Arbanas on the fil st All
State team
"He Isn't noticed as much as
some players because of hIS
style of play," the coach saId
"John's an effiCient, hard nosed
player but he Isn't flashy But
as he \\ent, so \\ent ow team
You can't measwe John's 1m.
portance to our cl'lb by statlS
tlcs alone"
McNaughton's statistics were
ImpreSSive by themselves
He
led the Kmghts WIth 26 goals,
mcludmg
a team hIgh five
game wmners He also had 14
assISts to tie DelIsle for the
club sconng
lead
With 40
pomts
Because
of McNaughton's
scormg
abIlIty,
he was
a
moo ked man Opposmg coaches
usually sent theIr best defen
slve player
to shadow
the
Kmghts' nght wmg
"He's a strong skater and
solldly bUilt (5 foot 11, 185
pounds)," Fowler said "John
has good upper.body strength
and It'S drll1cult to knock hIm
off the puck He has a strong
shot, especially from the slot
area He's lIke a CaJn Neely (of
the Boston BrUIns) when he
gets m the slot ..
McNaughton
has developed
hiS all around
game m hIS
three seasons at ULS
"He's come a long \\ay from
the one-dJ.meuslOnal,
up and
down the WIng player he \\85 a~
a sophomore,"
Fowler
said
fen;,e and he" a \ en eflh t1\ e
backcheckel
McNaughton',
\alue extend"
be} ond hIS contllbutlOns on the
Ice As captain. he's an e'l.cel
If.>n+ le"\apr
"John'~ chal dctel 1', as stlOng
as hIS shouldel s," Fowlel "aid
"He's commItted \\Ith a capital
C He's qUIck \Htted and ha~ a
gl eat sense of humOl, but he's
not the class c10\\ n type He
doesn't talk so much thdt vou
stop lIstemng,
but \\ hen he
does talk It'S lIght to the POint
And he follo\\s hiS \\Olds \\Ith
actIOns"
McNaughton
callIes
a 37
grade pomt avel age, dlsplaymg
many of the same chm actens
tKS m the c1abSloom as he does
on the Ice
Dehsle pla)ed lell wmg on
the Kmghts'
top lIne With
McNaughton
and JIm Bologna
and fimshed With 13 goals and
a team hIgh 27 assIsts
"You tend to notice DelIsle
more than
McNaughton
be
cause he's a flashlel stlckhan
dlel,' FO\\ lei SaId "He has a
verv q mCR Ielease of an accu
rate slap shot He played de
fense as a young kid, \\hlch I"
why he does such a good Job on
the offwmg Side He's a good
playmakel
- very creatIve and has good hands He CIeated
a lot of opportunities
fOi hIS
Imemates He's a good student
and has good Judgment on the
100 "
Delisle IS an excellent all
around athlete He's one of the
Kmghts' top golfels and IS a
fine baseball pll.\}er
Fowler said Fmes' offens)\'e
sh.llls remmd him of the Red
Wmgs' Paul Coffey
"He Jumps mto the play Just
lIke Coffey," the coach saId
"Ian has terrific potential He's
a gifted skater and WIth expel I
ence hIS skIlls WIll translate
mto more accomplIshments
Ian
IS a very good skater and a
flashy player - the kmd that
gets notIced more than the
stay at home defense men "
He led ULS' defense men III
scormg WIth one goal and 14
asSiSts
South looks strong again
Some thmgs never change
Every year Grosse Pomte
South's girls track team gets
larger m numbers and every
year the Blue DeVIls go aftel a
league chaJnplonshlp
ThIS year's
102 member
squad Wlll be seekmg Its eighth
league ChaJnplOnshlp m 10 sea
sons
The girls team IS 1277 m
dual meets smce It was formed
In the late 1970s and the Blue
DeVIls have lost only two dual
meets m the Ia..<:tnme years
South IS led by 18 semors
and all but t\\ 0 of them 00 e
four year veterans
"Depth WIll agam playa key
role thiS season:'
said coach
Steve
Zaranek
"TraditIOnal
strength m the dIstance events
WIll agam be present"
South's dIstance runners are
commg off another undefeated
cross country season that m
eluded a fifth straIght reglonal
tItle and 16th straight league
ChaJnplOUShlp
The distance leaders are AI
mee Vasse, KatIe Weed, Jonme
Vasse, Kate Crowley, Sandra
Hammel
and Shannon
Mc
Gmtty
The versatile Katy Lupo and
Amy Zanglm - both three time
state
medalIsts
prOVIde
strength m the spnnts, mIddle
dIstances and relays
Becca Walter and Lisa Mc
Curdy
should
be dommant
agam
m the hurdles,
\\ hIle
McCurdy also contributes to a
fine long Jump group that m
eludes Gretchen
Carter
and
Tonma NICOSIa
The Blue DeVils appeared to
have Impro\ ed m the throwmg
events With Sarah Krueger and
Phaedrah Gray performmg "'ell
durmg early workouts
Freshmen
Jenny
Mansfield
and Meghan
McGahey
have
shown excellent
potentIal
m
the SPrints and hIgh Jump, re
spectlvely
Zaranek expects the strong
est competitIon m the Macomb
Area Conference
White DIVI
slon to come from Port Huron,
Port
Huron
Northern
and
UtIca
South opened the outdoor
season WIth a 99 29 non league
Victory over Regl na
The Blue DevIls dommated
the runmng events, outscollng
the SaddlelItes 200m
the re
lays, 17.1 m the hurdles, 26 1
m the dIstance races and 21 6
m the spnnts
Aimee Vasse won the 1,600
meter run and her sIster Jon
me took first III the 800 Crow
See TRACK,
page 4C
• Outstanding
Softball clinics
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Fastpitch hitting clinics
Gills bet\\een the age~ of 10
and U LUll hone thell faslpltlh
lnttmg skIll, \\ Ith climc' 01
feled b\ the dub
The dllllls \\ III be held on
Bund,tVs flOm 1 to 2 30 p m at
the NelghbOi hood Club Ses"lOn
one \\ 111 meet on ApI II 23 and
Cortney Piper of the Pointe Aquahcs swim club took fust :30, \\ hile the second ;e'SlOn
place In the L6S0.yard freestyle at the United States Swim- \\ III meet Ma\ 7 and 14
'I he w,t fOi each ses~lOn IS
ming Jumor Nahonal Championships In BuUalo, N.Y. The Junior nahonal
char-F'!lnshlp
IS the second-highest
level of $35 A club membelslnp I~ not
Jequn ed Reglstl dtlOn \\111 be
swimming In the country.
accepted III pel son or b\ mati
to the NeJghbOl hood Club,
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Jeff Shelden \\3" seland III 48230
From page lC
FOI mOl e IIlfOlmat IOn c,l1J
tillee fl eestyle e\ ent~ - the
1,000 (94844) 8854600
mel" dlso dId \\el1 III the 13 500 (44803),
dnd 1,650 (165341)
He dlso
and 0\ ('I state champlOn"lllps
The uest finish III the 13 14 fimshed fOUlth III the 400 1M
age glOUP \\'me second pldce (4 1623)
Elln O'Loughlln was 12th III
fimshes bv Andy Shelden m
the 500 fl eest,) Ie (5 28 48) and
the 1,650 fleestyle
(172383)
Mehssa Beck fim~hed nmth m
and
the
1.000
fleestyle
the 1,000 fleestyle (11 2580)
(102383)
Shelden
abo
\\as
Tony A tI asz \\ as fOUlth III
thnd
III the
500 fJeestyle
the 200 bleaststloke
(21823)
(5 01 36), SIxth III the 200 but
terfly (2 1283) and the 400 11\J and eighth III the 100 blea~t
(44165) and mnth m the 200 stlOke (1 0442)
fleestyle (1 5524)
Lmdsey Hengel \\ as fourth
m the 200 buttElrl1\ (22383).
sn..th m the 400 1M (50342)
mnth
III the
200 fl ee;tyle
(20554) and 11th III the 500
fleest} Ie (53541)
Lusa BelgJnann \\as 13th III
Andy Schumacher
the 200 fleestvle (20683) and
the 1,000 fwest} Ie (1204) and
Damel1e MaSSie \\ as 10th In
The high school wlestllng
the 100 bach.stloke
(10555)
IS ovel, but Grosse
Anothm top 10 fimsh m the
and 11th m the 1,000 <11 51 91) sea~n
Pomte North's Del ek PhillIps state IS a maJOI goal as GIO;se
and 1,650 1200896)
fl eestvle
and Kevm Brandon
ale hke Pomte
South's
boys tenms
event;
the Enelglzer
labblt - they team gets !Cady to open the
R)an Beigel was thud III the
keep gOIng and gOlllg and season
200 butterfly (2 0805), sc\ enth
gomg
Last ye!ll, the Blue DevIls
m the 500 flee;tvle (50828),
Phllhp~ and Blandon
have fim~hed seventh III the state
10th
III
the 200 fJee~tyle
(15551) and 12th III the 100 ueen competmg III AAU and meet but coalh Tom Bersch
USA wrestlmg events around back has to replace SIX ~t,uters
bulterfl,)
Adam Zlegl£,1 took
seventh In the 1,650 lieest} Ie the state dnd they ve both been _ fI,e l>C1lI0I s dlld one pJayel
who'll ml~ the season because
(182024),
10th m the 500 llomg well
Last \\ eekend they competed at IllJm"V
fleestyle (512241, 15th 1Il the
"EvelY
ye81 smce
1988,
200 1M (2 1587) and 16th 111 1Il the AAU state fleestyle
champIOnshIps at Hazel Park South has made the top 10
the 200 butteli1., 1225 19)
,md PhIllIps won the 105 5 \\ Ith OUl be~t showmg a second
Meghan O'Loughlin and Jeff
pound <,hvlslOn, while Brandon place m 1991,'
Berschback
Shelden each had second place
was thnd at 121
s!lld "TillS } eal we have the
finIshes to highlight the POlllte
Both \\1 estled 111 the Cadet same goal, but WIth only two
AquatICs performance
III tlH'
age gl oup, [01 \\ Je~tlers bOln 111 ;enlOr~,
the
undel classmen
15 18 age gl oup
1979-80
have to step up qUIckly
O'Loughhn \\ as second III the
Phllhps won hiS thlee pool
SenlOJ
co captaJn~
Andy
200 fJ eestyle (1 5678) and the
matches,
then
beat
Monte SchUlnachel and And} GIraldo
400 1M (44321) She also took
Le\\IS of Sterlmg Heights 11 0 wIll plav the top t\\O SIngles
thnd
In the 500 fleestyle
III the semIfinal round
PhIllIps pOSItions, lespectl\ely,
but the
(51266) and Sl'l.lh III the 200
See WRESTLE, page 5C othel l\\ 0 sIng:les spot~ and all
1M (21521)
Swim .
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Club
Jay Shdheen
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~ewncl thlOngh elghth gJadel~
on hlttlllg thlo\\lng and field
IIlg telhmque"
The dlllllS \\ III be held at
BlO\\ nell Middle School on Sat
mdd) Mal 6, 13 and 20
Young~tels
III
glades
11\0
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10 dill, gll b III gJades foUl
,md fi\e \\111 meet hom 10 to
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The $15 fee \\ III co\ el all
tIll ee dd} s of the chmc Call
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Two local
wrestlers
doing well
Andy Giraldo
South netters set goal
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N£'lghborfmd
C l U B
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teams
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lemam
FI eshman
A J Rhode and
sophomore DaVId DeGutls are
batthng for the No 3 and No 4
smgles belths
JUI1lOl Greg Ryan and fresh
man Mike Case ale playmg
No 1 double", but Ca"" could
abo move mto one of the sm
gle; slots
The nell:t l\\ 0 doubles teams
are Aaron Zurschmelde
and
Bllan BlOwn and Ryan Pal
shall and MIke Marshall Ste\ e
And! I~ and Mike Cronm WIll
lIkely pia,) fourth doubles
BIO\\n, And! IS and Mal~hal1
III e tl ansfm s that
Berschback
and IllS staff aJ e countmg 011 to
help the Bhe
De\'1ls battle
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April 13, 1995
Grosse Pointe News
3C
State semifinals are South's softball goal
By Chuck Klonke
Sports Editor
Grosse Pomte South's softball
team ha~ set 30m" laft} g<Jal.
for the season, but they're not
unrealistic
"They've
been tellmg me
smce October that their goal IS
to go to Battle Creek and play
m the state semJlinals," said
Blue DevJls' coach Peggy Van
Eckoute after her team spht Its
first four games of the season
A yem ago, South fimshed
with a 1621 reeord but the
team caught fire at the end of
the season It won dlStllCt and
regIOnal champIOnships,
then
took a three run lead mto the
last mmng agamst Rochester
Adams m the quarterfinals, but
lost 7-6
Only one starter
- third
baseman Jenna Nutter - grad
uated, so It'S an experIenced
group that greeted Van Eckoute at the start of P' Hclice
"Even our Jumors, Knsten
Apple and Merechth Wolfe,
have been on the varsIty smce
they were freshmen
so It'S
really hke havmg an all semor
team," the coach said
But even With South's expenence, there's no guarantee the
Blue DevJ1s wJ11 wm the tough
Macomb
Area
Conference
White DIVIsion'
"We can fimsh anywhere m
the top half of the league," Van
Eckoute said "Ford won the
diVISIOn last yeal and It hm,
everybody back Romeo, Flasel
and L'An<;e Cleuse NOIih ill e
always tough, too That's one of
the reasons we usually do well
m the dlstnct and regIOnal the league season prep81 e~ us
so well"
South doesn't pick on any
patsIes durmg the non league
part of the schedule, either
The Blue DeVils opened the
campaIgn With a thllllmg 32
VICtory over Regma, which IS
ranked eighth m the state m
Class A
South scored 1\10 run~ With
two out m the bottom of the
seventh
on RBI smgle~ by
Amanda Defever and Wolfe to
mp the Saddlehtes
Maureen Ryan, who handled
most of the pltchmg duties last
year, was sharp agamst Re
gma She allowed SIX hIts and
one earned run, walked two
and struck out a pair
Defever led the offense WIth
two hits
A five run rally m the seventh fell short m the second
game of the tnpleheader
as
South bowed 76 to GIOsse
Pomte
North
Defever,
who
went 3 for 3 m the contest, hIt
a two-run double m the seventh
and Wolfe had an RBI smgle
Deanna Raab had two hits
for South
The Blue Devils dropped the
final game 20 to BellevJ11e
Rvan ~lattel ed eIght hlt~ but
dldn t allow a walk Katy Lems
hlld tw" of "nllth'~ roUl hIt'
South's bats wele boommg
la~t week 111 a 13.8 vIctory Ovel
Marywille
Defevel collected a smgle
and a double, Ann Halpm hit a
two run double, Laura Stuckey
doubled and Sarah Boohel and
Ann
Rlchm d each
smgled
tll Ice
The Blue DeVils never trailed
aftel sCOlmg five tmlCs III the
second mnmg
Ryan plCked up the VIctOry,
despIte allowmg a paIr of two
run homels
"MarYSVille has a couple of
good hltlels,"
Van Eckoute
sald
'One glll hit two ball~
over the fence and each tIme
the glll In flOnt of her had tn
pled"
Halpm (fiISt base), LeIns (see
ond ba<;e) and Wolfe (shortstop)
retw n as starters 111 the mfield
\I hlle the outfield
ahgnment of
Booher, Apple and Defever Ie
twns mtact The top battery of
Ryan and Stuckey IS also back
The only newcomers to the
startmg lmeup me Richard and
Knsten
Campbell,
who are
sharmg thIrd base
"I'm pretty pleased With the
way we've been commg together as a team," Van Eck
vute said "When Mo's (Ryan)
been pltchmg,
we've played
pletty well"
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North jUlllper In
By Chuck Klonke
Sports Editor
Enc Peters IS glVmg the rest
of the long Jumpers m the state
somethmg to shoot for
The Grosse Pomte North sen
lOr, who won the Class A state
title last year, was m mld.sea
son form at the recent Macomb
InVltatlOmJl Indoor ChampIon
ships when he won the long
Jump WIth a leap of 22 feet-9
"That would have won the
state meet last year,'
saId
North coach Pat WIlson "Enc
Jumped 23 3, but second place
was 22-6 1/4 "
Peters fouled on hiS first two
Jumps
m the
prehmmary
round, but popped a 21-7 on hiS
final effort m the prelims He
thought that was gomg to fin
Ish hIS day's work, but an An
chor Bay athlete
had other
Ideas
"Enc has been bothered \Vlth
a sore gram - the same one he
pulled at the end of the football
season - and \I e've been trymg
to take It easy \Vlth hIm," WII
son said
"But when the Anchor Bay
kId Jumped 21.10, Enc had to
Jump agam and he responded
\I ell I guess It really woke him
up He loves a challenge ..
Peters also took a second m
the 60 yard hurdles for the sec
and year m a row
North
athletes
had some
other good efforts m the mdoor
champIOnshIps
Kevm Stanley
was second In the 60 high hurdles With a 7 9 c10ckmg Steve
Fennell took third III the shot
put WIth a 45-5 112 and Dave
Slanee was third m the 600 m
1206
"Fennell's
throw was 2 1/2
feet better than hIS best last
year and Slanec was a httle
over a second faster than hiS
best bme a )ear ago," WIlson
saId
Two-mller Shuchm Shah also
posted a personal best
Last weekend, North hosted
a SIXteam mVltatJOnal relay
meet and the Norsemen fin
Ished third With 80 pomts Bter
hng Heights was first With 111
pomts and Ford II was runner
up WIth 104
North's only first came m the
dIstance medley relay where
Jeff Hen<;Qn, Enc Argel, BIll
Steven<;Qn and Bob Stevenson
were clocked m 11 23
The NOl""Cmen were <;econd
m five relays The shuttle hur
dIe relay team of Chns Gear
gandelhs, Argel, Rob Ehzondo
and Kevm Stanley posted a
tIme ofl 066
Wll<;Qn was excIted about the
833 turned m by the 4x800 re
lay team of Slanee, Crall( Stan.
ley and the Stevensons
"That was a great run," the
coach said "In all my years at
North we've only ron faster
once and that was mare
glonal"
The 4x100 relay team
of
Leonard Hams, NIck Goerke,
Argel and Dave Massaron was
second m 48 3 Two field event
relays also took second John
Bommanto
and Goerke had a
combmed effort of 17-6 m the
pole vault relay, whIle Fennell,
TIm Northey and Geoff Blu
menthal had a shot put relay
effort of 114 7
"We can compete mdlvldu
ally With many of the top run
ners on teams hke Stellmg
elly of
Heights and Ford, but we don't
ha\ e the depth that they do,"
Wilson ~81d
Personal
bests m the 400
meters were po~ted by Henson,
Shah.
Tom McGrane,
Paul
Mooney,
Steve
Drader
and
Steve Rogml skI J R Hillel,
Clalg HadJls and Drader had
then best performances m the
long Jump Crmg Stanley and
George Valls had theIr top 800
tlme~, HarrIS had a pel <;QIB]
A Grosse POlDte South softball playe/
record m the 200 and B1umen
thaI exceeded hiS best effort 111 to Grosse POinte North.
the dISCUS
~ctrper ;mannos,
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Photo 1)\ Bob Bruce
sIJdes into thud base dUflDg the Blue Devils' 7-6 loss
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April 13, 1995
Grosse Pointe News
Blue Devils sweep
dlOve m till ee I uns, whIle
Schroedm
knocked
In t\\ 0
Schwedel, SchmItt, MIllel and
Tun O'Loughhn each collected
11\0 hib m thl first g3me
Nugent agam led the hlttmg
attalk m the second game WIth
a 3 fOl4 perfOllllance that m
eluded a double and home I un
and thl ee RBI
The semol "hol tstop hIt a
two run homer III the fil st m
mng, then doubled home a run
In the third, but Marysville
\\ as takmg
advantage
of
South's \\ Ildne~s to bUIld a 7.3
lead
South roared back to take a
9 7 lead dw mg a SIXrun fifth
mnmg
Kevm Schroeder
had
an RBI double, whIle Cory
Schroeder, MIke Gehrke and
Schmitt lapped lun scollng sm
gles 1\\ 0 other runs scored on
errors
The Muskl ats tIed the game
WIth a paIr of runs m the top of
the SIxth, but the Blue DeVils
answered WIth two runs m the
bottom of the mnlng after the
fi] st t\\ 0 South batters
had
been retIred
MIller and MIke Shepherd
reached base on errors, allow.
mg the lead run to score
Gehrke then hit an RBI smgle
to gwe the Blue DeVIls a two-
By Chuck Klonke
Squirt champions
Robbie Vorhees. Billy Lee. Ross Lewicki. Jonathan
Marsh. Bobby Pogue, Matt Scarfone. Milee Schulte and
David Spicer, Dick Scarfone Is the head coach. HIs assistants are Bob Danforth and Daryl Debol.
The Habs won the regular season championship in the
Grosse Pointe Hockey Association
Squirt B division.
Team members are Lance Carroll. Bobby Danforth. Stephen Debol. Enc Diehl. Johnny Ghanem. Andy Laplsh.
Norsemen win a pitchers' duel
By Chuck Klonke
Sports Editor
FI ank
Sumbel a eJ"pects
many
good things from his
Grosse Pomte North baseball
team this sprmg, but It Will
ha\e a way to go to beat the
season opener
"I've probably watched 700
plus high school games m m)
career and that's as good a one
as I've evel seen," North's vet
eran coach said after semor
nghthandel
Greg
Sleszpu
towskl pitched a no-hitter to
Win 2 0 In hiS pltchmg duel
With Stel lIng Heights'
DaVid
BorkO\\Skl
"There must have been 20
scouts m the stands because
Borkowski IS consIdered the top
pltchmg prospect In thiS area,"
Sumbera
saId
"HIS fastball
was tImed m the 90s m the sec
ond mmng on the radar gun"
BorkowskI was no puzzle to
North's Donny Tocco The sen
lOr first baseman had three of
the
Sl},. hits
the StallIons'
pltchel allo\\ ed and "they were
all shots," Sumbera said
Sleszputowskl,
who
IS
North's
top returnmg
hurler,
was brIlhallt
He faced only 24
batters,
stnkmg
out 11 and
walkmg t\\O Only one ball was
hit out of the mfield - a one
out flyball to center field m the
fifth
"He rehed on the fastball
almost exclUSIVely," Sumbela
saId "Because It was so cold
and damp, he threw only ~IX
cunes all game And on 1\\0 of
tho~ he struck out kids ..
North picked up the only run
Sle<;lputo\\ ski needed m the
second mmng
Tocco smgled,
took second on a Wild pickoff
attempt
dnd came around to
score on two ~tralght sacrlfice~,
the second by Denms Clement
The Norsemen got an msur
ance run In the seventh on a
smgle b) Tocco, a saCrifice and
Jason Shore's double
The second game of the doub
leheader dIdn't turn out as "ell
as North dropped a 74 decl~lon
to the Stalhom
"We got ahead 30 and then
fell a~leep .. Sumbera saId "We
got knocked back do\\ n to earth
m a hurry
aftel that fir'it
game
North hIt the Stallions \\ Ith
a three run fir"t mmng that
featured an RBI double by Nick
Chaple, a sacnfice fly by Tocco
and Clement's RBI ~lngle
Sterling
Heights
tIed the
game m the bottom of the m
mng and "ent ahead \\ lth an
unearned run m the fourth
Dan S) hester tIed the game
....Ith a smgle In the SIxth but
the Stallions ans\\ ered WIth a
three run bur~t m the bottom of
the frame
Clement
and Sean Zl€gen
hagen each had t\\ 0 hIts fOl
\'orth III the second conte~t
\'ve had planned
on U~Ing
thrc( pItcher"
III the
<;ccond
game,
Sumbera
~ald "Bran
don Welch did a good Job III hi'>
three mnmg~
:-Iorth ha~ II returnlllg pia)
el s from the squad that fin
Ished 27 7 a year ago and
earned a tnp to the state Class
A quarterfinals
\\ Ith I€glOnal
and dlstnct championshIps
"A lot of people forget that
we dIdn't \\ m our league (Ma
comb Atea Conference
Blue
DIVISIOn) tItle," Sumbera saId
"That's gomg to be a maIn focus fOl us thiS year COUSlllO
(last yea! 's champIOn) should be
strong agam, L'Anse Cleuse
has some solId pltchmg
and
Lake Shore IS ah\ ays tlOuble
and they ~hould be even bettel
no\\ that (formel Grosse Pomte
South aSlilstant) John (Zbercot)
IS thele"
North \\111 ha\e an all <emor
mfield most of the blue With
Tocco at fil st base, Shore at
second, Clement at thIrd and
Zlegenhagen at shortstop
"Tocco IS onc of the top pIa}
ers III the state, who has to get
sellOUS consldel at !On fO! M1
Baseball
Sumb€la saId "He s
domg leal \\ ell at the plate and
he's a very good glove man,
too "
The speedy Zlegenhagen fig
rues to be among North's stolen base leaders He's a thleeyear varsity player, who spht
hIS time beh\ een shortstop and
second base last season
Shore \\as a backup mfield€!
last year, who has earned a
startlllg berth, while the left
handed battmg Clement started
se\ el al games m 1994
Tocco batted
360 1\ Ith 11
homers and 50 RBI m 1994,
Zlegenhagen
hit
304 and
Clement batted 295
Chaple, who hIt 361 last
yedl, I etUl ns a~ the catchel
"He's a leal sohd player,
hoth at bat and behInd the
plate,' the coach Said
Semor<; ChriS Copus (313),
Kevm KaslbOlSkl and Bobby
Gates (417) me the startmg
outfieldel s, \\ hlle JUnIor Dan
S) Ivestel also IS expected to
playa lot
"We're movmg Copus from
left to center," Sumbela saId
"He's a good defensIve player
WIth a strong
mm
We're
strong up the middle Kaslbol'
skI swmgs a good hat and
Gates WIll DR Jf Sylvester
starts m nght "
Jumor
Joe Evola Will see
duty as a backup mfielder,
whIle JUnior Joe SlomskI w1l1
back Up Chaple and also may
see some actIOn m the outfield
and as the DR
Sleszputowskl
IS the top re
turnmg
pitcher
He was 5 3
WIth a 3 19 ERA last season
He completed four of hIS seven
<tarts Gabe Wemert (3 0, 248),
Clement (1 0, 4 20) and Shore
(3 0, 2 62) also saw action on
the mound last season and w1I1
round out the startmg corps
Jumors KeVIn Colhns, Welch
and Steve Lentine WIll prOVide
depth m pltchmg Colhm, and
Lentme are lefthanders
Sports Editor
Pltchel s are usually ahead of
the hitters durIng the fil st few
"eek< of the ba<eball <ea<rm
but GIOSse Pomte South's open
mg doublehead€1 With Man's
VIlle last weekend knocked that
theory to plece~
The Blue DeVIls S\\ ept the
tWIn bill 98 In eIght Illmngs
and
11 9, but the pltchmg
wasn't qUIte \\ hat coach Dan
Gllesbaum
had eJ"pected flom
hiS team
"Ow hlttmg
was velY en
couragmg,"
Grlesbaum
saId
"The pltchmg wasn't as bad as
the scores mdlcate They dIdn't
get hIt that
hard, but we
\\ alked too many - 15 m the
second game and eIght m the
fil st game - and tt-at has to
stop"
Most of South's pltch€ls \\ele
makmg
theIr Val slty debuts
and Gl'Iesbaum saId that mIght
have contributed
to the Wild
ness
South scored two runs m the
first and second mnmgs and
picked up another one m the
fowth mlling of the opener to
lead 5.1, but the Muskrats
went ahead 75 WIth a SIXrun
fifth
The Blue DeVils tied the
game WIth two runs In the
SIXth Terry Brennall was hIt
by a pItch and Brlall Nugent
followed With a smgle KeVin
Schroeder then hit a run scor
mg smgle to drive m Brennan
and Nugent also scored when
the ball got by the MarySVIlle
center fielder for an error
The Muskrats went ahead 8
7 on a home run In the top of
the eighth, but South came
back With two runs m the bot
tom of the frame Nugent led
off' With a triple - hiS thIrd hIt
of the game - and walks to
Schroeder and Randy Vasser
loaded the bases Joe SchmItt
drove m the tymg run With a
saCrifice fly and Ryan MIller
followed With a SIngle to dnve
m the wmner
Schroeder, who started and
pitched the first four mnmgs,
returned III relIef m the eighth
and pIcked up the Win He
pItched a total of five mmngs,
allOWIng two hIts and two runs,
while strlkmg out seven and
walkmg three
Nugent
and SchImtt
each
run cushIOn
ChriS
wm In
pItched
stnkmg
Tiede picked up the
relIef
MIke Stmes
a scoreless
seventh,
out two, to earn the
save
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From page 2C
ley won the 3,200 m 13 02
Lupo had an excellent day,
capturIng the 400 aIld leadIng
off the wmnlng 3,200 aIld 1,600
relays
Walter and McCurdy won
the 100 aIld 300 hurdles, re
spectlvely,
and
sophomore
MISS' PanIZZI fimshed first In
the 200
McGa!}ey won the hIgh Jump
WIth teammate Amy 'Vendt the
lunner up Other field event
scorels
were
Carter,
Gray,
Momka Zlelmska and Krueger
Others helpmg South to re
lay wms were Zanghn,
Mc
Gratty, Dara O'Byrne, Mans
field, Alell.ls Ashley, Mehssa
Van Hoek and Hammel
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South beats Irish In lacrosse
By John Miskelly
Special Wnter
Grosse
Pomte
South's
la
~IO""" team ~p.:;llt la~t w~ek on
the road and split Its two
games
The Blue DeVils opened the
week with a 5 3 VICtory over
Notre Dame, then dropped a
13 3 decIsIOn to Troy Athens
"Athens
had some players
that knew their sticks very
well," said South coach Gary
Donohue, who had three key
members of hiS squad miss the
Red Hawks' game with mju,
nes
Agamst
Notre Dame, the
Blue DevIls overcame t~mpera
tures that dIpped mto the 20s
Bemor Max Prokop, who had
two goals and two a;sl~ts,
opened the scormg m the fir~t
penod, assisted by Nate Bayko
"Max IS a full team player, ,
Donohue said "The majority of
the wm ovel Notre Dame was
due to our attack"
Peter McDonald scored both
of South's second quarter goals,
mcludmg one where he weaved
untouched
through
several
Insh defenders
"The fact they scored first
made a big dlfTerence m our
play," said Notre Dame coach
Don Hoh.field "They wele more
physical
Every
time
we
touched the ball we got hit
The ball went down and we did
not I e~pond \\ ell "
Notre Dame ml~
an excel
lent seOImg opportUnItv while
South was short three men be
cause of penaltieS, but an !llsh
shot hit the goalpost
Joe Pierce got Notre DalPe
back mto the game m the third
penod ....hen he seared tWice to
cut the lead to 3 2 Pierce's sec
ond goal came on what ap
peared to be a harmless &hot
He was parallel \\ Ith the goal
when he dumped the ball at
the net and It got past goalkee
pel Ryan Fan ell
South boosted ItS lead back
to two goals when Adam Fill
km scored from Plokop
The
Insh got back wlthm one goal
5C
.1
late m the third pellOd, but
Plokop';
una;;lsted
tall)
chnchorJ tho '\1TI fOl th(' Rill\'
DeVIl;
"We got do....n three goab,'
Hohfield said • It's not Impossl
ble to come back 1Il lacros<;c,
but It'S defimtely hald'
Defen<;e was a key fOl S'JUth
as tWlll towerb Dan Fortune
and Anme Vea~ey did a good
job of keepmg Plelce m check
for most of the game With theIr
phYSical play
South IS Idle until It ho~ts
Grosse POlllte North on ApIl1
25 Two days latel the Blue
Devils VISit No\ I beforE' ,etUln
mg home fOi Sl\ ('n 01 then la~t
11 games
Players from Grosse POinte South and Notre Dame battling
during last week's lacrosse match between the two rivals. The
Blue Devils came away With a 5-3 VictOry m their season
opener.
From
pdge 2C
fated \Jathan
Mesvn of the
Madison Rams Wresthng Club
m the finals and beat him 12 5
Phllhps had beaten Mesyn ear
her 1Il one of hIS pool matches
Philhps has been wresthng
at 112 most of the time smce
the prep <;ca~on ended, but the
Jump up 1Il \\ eight
hasn t
stopped him He won an AAU
meet at Hazel Park, took fil st
m Greco Roman and second m
freebtyle at a USA meet 1Il
Fo\\lervllle, \\on an AAU meet
The Mack-Morass Pointe-Zetlas took first place in t h.. 35- back. from left. are Tony Bell. Steve Doughty. John Rose. Bob m RoseVille and \\ as third m a
and-over d,vision al the recent Morpeth Old-Timers hockey Rutkoske, Bob Schomer and Rick Gram. Missmg from the USA e\ ent 1Il Lo\\ ell, 10~lIlg to
a state hIgh school champIOn
tournament.
In the front row, from left, are Leonard. Mac- photo are Emmel Baratta and Mike Barger.
Eachern, Peter Poirier, James Farquhar and Tom DaVies. In
r
from lama
Brandon
won the freestyle
event at FowlervJ1le, was sec
and at Roseville and third m
the Lowell meet
" fhey ve both been domg
very \\ ell," saId North coach
Art Roberts
"There's been a
lot of Imprm ement m both of
them III the month slllce the
state
(high
school)
meet
They're
faclIlg all the best
wrestlers
1Il the
state every
\\eek"
Phllhps
will compete later
thiS month III the world team
tllals at North\\esteln
Umver
Sit)
Pointe-Zettas win in Canada
tIe next year," Baratta said as m a slmg and seveLaI hocke)
The Mack Moross Pomte-Zet
sticks In the other
tas have been makmg a steady he left the arena With one arm
climb to the top at the Morpeth
Old TImers hockey tournament
Cay of ~arp.er
MlLhlgan
m Blenheim, Ontario
Three years ago the squad of
AD\ utTISF..\lE,.'T
FOR tUDS
\lrOOOCRt ..1ITA\ E.'1JE ~\ATER \LU ....REPI.Al-E.'\tf..1l,'T
35 and.over
players
fimshed
Se.lled propos.:;1
III be reC'C" yed :II Ih.e off c~ of .he- CII)! Clc:rl. ell' cf H~r
V. )v<h 19617 Harper
fourth Last year they reached
A\en~
HuperWOI.lds
M chlgan 4S125 1095 ur!U liMA \1 L ,,-:11 Tim;. \lo,u!.:I) Arnl'..1 199<; 0: ... r.lh
t me lhe) ",,11 be publicly opened 01nd re-~ for the ..orlSlnrt
on of\\ood rc:ll A,e-nuc \\JIC"1 "'.1In RC"r1a...cmc-nr
the champIOnship game before
PnJ~ In the Clly QfHarp:-r ""Ol~~ 1ohd'llg:on
]be appro:UmJlC
quant nes n\ulvcd HI Inn IloOrl ;;u-e ~ (0110 ....s
losmg by one goal and last
.J 19)L F
& DI tCLS4J\\..1tc:r\13mTDG
week they won the title With a
Reno~e & Ikpl:...e..\ CO'"lCIt"
l~"''''''ISF
4 3 shootout VICtory over th e
R~m(we &. Rtpbtt 6~ \\all
~6.s S \
.Rc:movc &- Repl.1..'C 8 Con feu
host Blenheim team
Pa~ tmcnl II/lnt~grnJ Curb
'fI) S \
Peter POlTler, Rick Gram and
TOfeLhcr ... /~lruc1W'C rcmo\:tl and rt:'pl~efn(1l1 crt'('f'Cl"OO\.LI f'C'10C3.lrlg ....ala Ihu.1 orr N\CS
scnlcel~lfers
andOlhcorrcl~cd Ilemsof"crL
Mike Barger tallied in regula
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Some bad bounce", around
VlIlage ofQl)roSS.e
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Blenheim, but the POlllte Zettas
Waync and Mawmb CountlC~ Michigan
came back to earn a spot III the
NOTICE OF LAST DAY OF REGISTRATION
finals WIth a 33 tie agamst
Merlm, OntaTlo
The regular VIllage elecllOn \\ III be held In the Vl\h;c 01 Gro"c
The Merlm game was a phys
POinte Shorc~ on Ihe 161h day of May 1995 for Ihc purp,,,e\ of
leal contest and Gro<;sc Pomte
e1edlng Ihc follOWingofficer'
won on a he breaker - fewest
penalty mmutes
Vlllagc CierI-.
It was a costly wm as the
Villag,::Tru'lec~ (3)
Pomte Zettas' Emmet Baratta
and voting upon loe tollowong propo"llOn
and Barger had to go to the
hospital WIth mmor mJUTles
BCIND PROPO<;1TI0N
Goahe Bob Rutkoske
was
outstandmg
With 38 saves,
Shall the VIllage of Gro~~c Pomte Shore\ borro\\ .m lm,uml
whtle Farquhar,
POlrer and
nOlto cxcecd T\\o Mlilton Se\cn Hundred Thou\and Dolhr,
Schomer
scored
for Grosse
($2700000)
and I~~UC'1\ general obhgll,\,n unhmllld II'
Pomte
bond~ for loe purpo\e of paymg Ihc ~O~I\ of rcpalrlng and
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repla~mg \cwage dl\po\al and ....alu ,LIppI) fa<lhtle\
"eparalmg
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~c\ ..cr- ... uHI m.lkmg
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name by offiCials at a Chnst
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THERH'ORE NOTICE r~ HI RfBY GIVrN th"t Monda\ till
Pomte team~ ~mce their youth
17th day of April 1995,1\ thc la<l da) on \\h,d1 unrLgt\llIcd pcr'on,
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Clair
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17 1995 for Ihc plJrpo\e of rCeclI Ing r~g"lrallol1' or qlJ.\I,I"d clectof\
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940Mlfro Semee
946MOI1,gIS'orage
9,3 M"~c InslwmeolRep~r
921COCkRep~r
07) (' _
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954PaoM"'D""ra~oo
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954PaperHangJog
923eooslruc~onSe",ce
925Pat>oSl1J<cks
924De<:ora~"'lServ~e
956PeslCool01
925Ded,s/Patos
9:>3P 0.'10 Tu,~ R~p'"
926Doors
917Plaslenrg
927 Dlapenes
957Plombog& Heabng
928 DressrmloogiNtelalJOOs
958PoolSefVl{e
9290I)Wali
903Reiogeralo<
Se""e
930EleclficalSe~es
912Remodelog
931EnergySal10gSeMce
960 Roo;ngSeMCe
932Engrawl(ll'ootng
964SewelCleaNogS!ilVlCe
933Excal'iltJng
965SeW1n9
MachineRepar
934Fer.ces
966Slipcovers
935Frepaces
950SOOI'I
Blower
R~r
936Floc< SandlIlgIReliJJlstuog
943Soo. Remo,aI
937 F",naceRepa,n",l<>latoo
962StormsandScreens
938 FumrtureRefifllsru~
~Stucco
UpOOIslenI1g
969S~lmmog PoolSefVl{e
939Glass Aulomobve
97QTVJF.a<f",'CB
Radio
940GloSSResKlentai
941Glass Aep"", SIaIOe<Mleveled 973T,eWork
943TreeSe~e
942Garages
938lJphoIslef)l
943SnowAemovai'landscapng
974VCRRepall
944Guilers
975VaC\I\llllSale,SeMce
945Handyman
976Ven~at>on
Se,~e
946Haob"'J
954WaJlpapecog
947 Heallllgand CO<>lOg
977WallWasluog
94alnsulallO!1
903Washerl1lf)l'.!r
949JaNlonaJSemee
907Walerproofing
950 Lawn \I,ower/Soow 810wer
98<JWrdows
RepaJl
961WrdowWas~og
951Lmleom
982W~bumer Sennce
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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April 13, 1995
Safe, pleasant
profitable
With base
salary commiSSion
and generous
bonuslincent,ve
plan
Leave message
for
Mr Bryant
(313) 886.1763
BARTENDER- expenellced for
pnvale cl ub Call Gem 7733657 between 12 4
BUSY Caleong fa«1 tv needs
pa rt tl me wailstaft eKpenenced preferred bul nol nee
essary Good wages 810773-404{)
DISHWASHERS Panlry & Une
C<:>oks competrtrve wages
N,ghls & weekends lull &
part tl me 822 1B53
REAL Estate Pre- LlcenS"9
Course
Fundamentals
of EX PERIEN CEO Chef Sa ule
Real Estale to prepare you
ma ke home made soup
dally specials Great pay
for the Slate Exam Classes
now fOm'mg Fee "cludes
API*! YOJr Place Lou'lge
lextbook and all malenals
17326 E Warren
Call 399-8233 to register
Coldwell Banker School 01
Real ES\ate
.,
TUTORING Read"g & Malh
grades 1 6 expenenced
teacher
excellent reler
ences 8244647
Try an
ATTENTION
GETTER
(or 111,1 an
Mldltlonal'4 oor
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flolllirn
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Classified Advertising
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Fax UU) J4HS69
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IndIVIdual WIth
strong typmg
skIlls,
profe%JOnal
manner and an
C'ye for dC'slgn to
assl<;t In
ProductIOn
Department
of
bu<;y suburban
w('ekly
neW"papC'1
200 HUP WANTED GENERAL
200 HELP WANTED GENERAL
WORK at home SOuICe book
MAMA Rosa s P,zzeoa needs
over 1 000 home jOb oppor
cooks & pizza makers Aptunltles. For detaIls send
ply In person aher 400 p m
self-add resse<! stamped en15134 Mack
velope to A & M POBox
60603 51 Clair Shores M I
NEED ED- landscapers
lawn
4BOlIO
foreman gra"" cutters genCOLLEGE SI udents! Others
eral laborers Good pay
needed for summer extenor
313-882 3676
painting Jobs In Grosse
Pomte 81lH77 5475
*
LABO RERS needed no expe nence neccessary
881
3720
GARDENER wllh knowledge
and expenence In landscapmg and lawn maintenance
Prefer seasonal worker
Apnl
December
Refer
ences required Call B8Q1931 lD am to 3 pm
onlyl
LANDSCAPE
Foremen
Expanding landscapmg firm
seeks dynamIC foremen to
lead lawn mamlenance conSIructlon & hortlcutlure
10 overweight people needed
10 lose weight willie eamlng
money Can 882 5976
EXPERIENCED
barmaid
wanted Apply Your Place
Lounge 17326 E Warren
ARE YOU SERIOUS
ABOUT A CAREER
IN REAL ESTATE?
We have the tools
for your success
FREE FREE FREE
.Pre-Iicenslng
classes
• FastStart program
.Success Track Program
.Varlety
of commission
plans ,ncludlng 100%
Jom the No 1
Coldwell Banker afflhate
In The MIdwest!
Call George Smale at
886-4200
Coldwell
Banker
Schwertze r Rea I Estate
marrr-
tenance crews Quahty con
saence expenenced readers
needM 10 jOin the areas
mosl progressive
team
Three
C s landscapmg
Bl0-7575352
CLEANING personnel needed
for mamtarmng vacant apart
ments Work entails lravel
throughout metro area Pas
SJble sub- contractmg Bl0774-5938
*
SERVERS needed lor R'XlSte r
tail Catenng Club Full lime
& weekends S6 50 to S9 50
per hour 10 slart Apply In
person '00 Marquette DefrOl1
HOSTESS Part time studenlS
welcome Grosse Pomte
Reslaur.-t 8B4-l;Bl0
r Grosse
I
POinte fmn
seeks expenenced
telemarketers 6-9
p m and weekends
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886-1081
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BY
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AND
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In St Clair ShOres & Harper WOOds
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The Connection
April 13, 1995
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200 HIl~ wANrii> GENERAL
200 HEL~ WANTEDGINEIAL
SEEKING expellenced
md wj.
ual m the folloWIng calegones- heating cooling electn
cal and general
bUild ng
maintenance
ExceJlen1
wage and benefit program
Apply In person 1791 BeliEfvue
DetrOlI
M I between
Kerc heval and Lafayette
GARDEN EA.-private
garden
Average 20 hours pe, week
AprIl to November
Know
ledge of plants
disease
control
Masler
Gardener
Certification
or eqUIValent
References
Reply to Box H
6 Grosse Pomte News 96
Kercheval
Grosse
Pomle
Farms MI 48236
BUSINESS
lorms
printing
oempany In the Indian V,I
lage area of Detro,' seeks
part
t'me
employee
for
Graph c Arts
department
Gandldale
musl
possess
good tYpmg & com mumca
tlon skills Expenence
wllh
pasle up and keyl ",ng Gall
Kellh at 313-821..,708
WEEKLY washing and waxing
01 boats Will "a n $5- S 10
per hour depending on ex
penenc~ Crew Boat Ma\n'enanee
881-4455
810-<l703005 pager
Be a nanny
time
ence
WANTED
Part time Nursery
School Ass,slant for the fall
of 1995 Child Development
background
Send resume
10 The Neighborhood
CI ub
17150
Waterloo
Grosse
Pomte
M I 48230 by Aplll
21 Any questions call 8854600
DRY cleaners, day time help
wanted no expenence nec
essary Apply ,n person at
20948 MaCK Ave. 343-9391
LIFEGUARD
needed al the
Detroit Yacht Club
Must
have lifeguard trallllllg
Red
Cross commulllty CP R Red
Cross First Aid cards FleXi
ble hou,s for the hard war!<
Ing dependable person Call
Jason
313-824-1200
Ask
for Pool
Ind IVlduals
to train
and
represe nt 0 n e of Detroit s
Frnest
Cemeteries
Preneed program,
unlimited
complimentary
and
sales
supExcellent
commls
slon structure
and res~
duals
Dally marketing
by
Company
Telemarkellng
AREA child care cenler look
IIIg for expenenced careglv
ers
Part
time
pos I,ons
available 882-4433
Specialist
Seltlng
leads
and
appointments
We
InVlte you to discover
th e
EXPERIENCED
Jan tonal help
needed $6 25 start Benefits FulU part lime ReIer
ellCes 881-{j150
career
OpportUllltles
and
benefits
our
company
now offers
For Immedl
ate
conSideration
teMew
Charles
Forest
and
GROSSE Pornle clealllng ser.
VIce (leeds ambitiOUS mdl
Vlduals
seeklllg
advancement above average pay
who I kes to clean Will train
must have car 866-2131
In.
contact
J Me Lllln,
Mgr
Lawn
cemetery
313-921-6960
TRUCK
mechanIC
excellent
pay & benefits
2637 W
Fort, DetlOll 48216
Automohve
skills
COMPANY
Fast growing
skip
Val Pak
one
!Ion s
most
and fastest
rect
mall
wages
bonus struclure
health care
Applicants
401 K and
benefits
subject
to
CAC. 25505 W Twelve
Mile Rd , SUite 3000
Southfield,
MI 48034
Or
call 81 Q..353-2700
allowance,
medrcal
olher benefits
Send
to
Val Pak
Linda Baker
AUn
Schoolcraft
Rd
LIVOnia,
MI 48150
Only qualified
appl,cants
WIll be contacted
CASHIERS/
Perry/Rite
STOCK
Aid
Drug
Stores
IS seeking
PT & FT
Cashiers
and Stock
persons
All shifts
LAN DSCAPE
A.ssIstant
$61
hour
poSitions
available
now 810-7575360
available
PAINTERS5 years
expen
enee Own ladders & tools
1-810-790-0038
Village
Must
be able to
23201 Marter
Clair
St
Shores
HAIRDRESSER.
Gro'Se
POinte
area
eslabllshed
salon Full! pan time Health
care
available
810465
6646
85S-005O
LARGE profeSSional landscape
company & snow removal
seekmg e.penenced
Field
DISHWASH ERS, full and part
I me days & evenl ngs 884
7622 L Bow Room 20000
Harper
REAL
OF REAL
and
about
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enlry
(,'f('
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long does It take to
get slarted?
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kind
le\t'II)()Sltlon
do I get
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88&-5800
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Real
18780 Mack
NR
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DelrOlt,
MI
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BABYSITIER
needed
some
aftemoons
some evenings
Good pay Harper Woods
area References
313-8884191
WANTED
pamters
helpers
Need work
I1ke to pamt
PAINTERS wanled high qual.
Ity
Expenenced
& refer
ences
Slart
1mmediately
Very good wages 866-7602
YOUNG Or older full or part
IIme help needed at tackle
shop party store and reslaurant Apply In person at
Fisherman s Manna foot of
Atter Road
~
EXPERIENCED
oabysltter
needed
In our
Grosse
Pomte home lor 2 girts- 11
monlhs 3 112 2 3 week
days per week Own trans
portallon
nonsmoker
refer
ences 313-568-<i789
LOOKING '0' responSIble gIrt
to care for one 7 year old
lhrough the summer
3-4
days
few even ngs Own
tlansportat on
Relerences
202 HEL~ WANTEOCLERICAL
SUMMER babyslller tor Ihree
greal school age kid s 8 30
a m 10 6 30 P m weekdays
Pertecl enlhuslasllC college
sludent w Ih ca r 824-8358
anytime
PART time IleXlble schedule
tyi>'st file clerk for small
home o~ ce In area C0mputer e.penence necessary
preferrable Maclnlosh
810771-8288
BABYSITTER
needed In my
Grosse
POinte
home
4
ch Idren (6 5 3 1) Musl be
a nOli- FLEXIBLE
retel
ences dependable Iranspor
lalon
Part time
WHI con
stder ccllege studenl
8867186
BOOKKEEPERJ
Payroll Clerk
pOSItion
In
the
Harper
Wood~ School D,st"ct Musl
have e.penence
andJ or
degree Send lelle' and resume 10 Joan L Tucker
Superintendent
Harper
Woods
School
D,strlct
20225 Beaconsfield
Harper
Woods MI 48225
RESPONSIBLE person to care
for children 10 8 112 & 6 1/
2 for 8 of the 12 weeks dur
109 Sum mer vacation slart
109 June 12th 700 am5 30 p m Monday
F nday
Nonsmoker
Iransportabon
references
882 2710 evenings
GROSSE POinte bUilder seeks
aSSlSlant to Office Manage,
Must have workl ng know
ledge of Windows
WP ac
counts payable good phone
and orgallizational skills self
slarter Applicant should be
com lortable III working ,n a
rast paced enVlronment
Fax
your resum e 10 313-881
8874
NANNY. full lime or 2 part
bme POSitiOns, Monday Fn
day In my home 885-7616
----202 HEl~ WANTED CLERICAL
SECREATARY
SECRETARY.
full time fronl
desk position WIth vaned du
ties & rasponslbrll\Jes In fast
paced office
5 day week
With full benefits
Pleasant
phone manner & excellent
people skills General office
Skills, Work Perlecl 6 0 ex
penence Must be se~ motl
valed as well as able 10 follow
recllons
S,m liar part
time secrelanal
poSitions
wrth benefits available soon
Send resume for either POSI
tIon 10 Grosse POinte News
Ann
Person nel 01reclor
Box 5-15
96 Keocheval
Grosse
Pomte Famns MI
48236
Legal
support
envcronment,
Center
area
assignments
Fax,
BICYCLES, Pam Ie Cycle and
Fitness
seeks mechanICS!
sales people Apply ,n per
'On at 20343 Mack Ave
HARPER Woods Lillie League
IS Iookmg for uml>res Some
expenence necessary
884
4300 or 521 2345
CASHIER wanted
45 hours
Apply In persD(1 between 10
& 2
Marathon
WarlCrJ
Cadelu.
LAWN care help some expen
ence
necessary
81 D-296-
CARPENTER.
expenence
a
must Pay based on e. pel
ence and ablhty 885-4609
me
EVENINGlWEEKEND
RECEPTIONIST
Georgian
East, an elegant
80 bed SKilled
nursing
center, IS seekmg
a speCial, profeSSional
mdlVldual for lh,s newly created
poSItion
DutIes
Will In
RECEPTIONIST position bUSy
downtown office One block
west of G ree!<town Apply '"
person F nday 10 to 4 400
Monroe SUite 400
V~"'~\
PART I me offICe help needed
general off tee dulles /\lUST
eniOY working w"h people
ApprOXImately
24 hours
weekly $6/ hour Please call
881 2102 Ask lor Debbie or
L nda
clude
greeting
families
and
vlsllors,
answe nng
the telephone
prOViding
information
aboul the fa
Cllily
generallng
Correspondence
and
coordl.
natlng
dr\'
cleaning
newspaper
delivery
and
telephone
service for our
reSidents
needed
looking
on
an
as
baSIS
We
are
for
a
warm
SEEKING full time assistant In
bUSy adml nJstratlVe office 01
pleasant
highly
organ
downlown pnvate club Can
Ized
person
wIth
a
d Idale must possess oem
profeSSional
appearance
puler skills as well as excel
and manner
P Iease apfenl grammar
and c1encal
ply (n person at
al>lifles
Proper
telephone
GEORGIAN
EAST
and good ,"terpersonal skIlls
21401 MACK AVE
are
reqUired
Candidate
Grosse
Pointe,
MI 48236
must have the ability to be
81Q.77S-0800
self drrected detail onented
and have follow
throu9h
SECRET A RY for small east
SKills PrevIous expenenced
PART time Nanny for a 3 year
Side real estate office Some
IS prefereed
however tra n
old & newborn
mom logs
bookkeep ng and computer
ng IS ava,lble Send resume
Monday Fnday 8 30- 1230
knowledge
helpful
typlnq
to G IOsse POinte News
In my home ~'ust ilke p'ay
reqwred
FUll or part time
Box 0-200
Grosse Pomte
mg With children
& have
available
hours
fleXible
Famns MI 48226
m ...n Iransportatl 0'1
88631':>-3715404
DOWNTOWN
Company look
6317
203 HUP WANTED
109 tor lull & part bme Sec
CHILO care ,eeded
cnthu
DENTAL/MEDICAL
retanaU Receptlonlsl
Please
Sl3stiC IOVlng expenenced
send resume to Bien & As
JOIN OUR TEAM
person to prOVide care In
Slclates
400 Renaissance
our home for two chlfdren
As a reSide nt ass Ista nt on
Cen'er
35th floor
Detro t
Monaay Fnday non smoker
our AlzheImer
sunil
Full
MI 48243
own Iransportat on and ref
time and part time,
to
BOOKKEEPER,
e.penenced
erences requ red 881 3725
am
10 630
pm
part
In accounts receIVable ac
BABYSITTER
needed
my
lime
mldOights
Call
counls payable and payroll
home
3 days per •leek
Sally EvangelIcal
Home
Computer
skills
reqwred
(days varyl Must be able to
810247-4700
Sterlmg
Full hme 30 to 40 hours per
slart al 630 am 810 12
His
week Send resume 10 Mc
hours per day MUSI have
Cause~ Lumber
POBox
INSURANCE biller for medteal
own transportation
and able
545 RoseVllle MI 48066
office III RoseVJlie Expellto drve ch Idren to school
enced full I me pos tlon WIth
88? 7686
CAREER
POSITIONS
benef~s
Call Kathleen for
AVAILABLE
nteMew 810-773-<l948
Experienced
people
NU RSES aide for elder1y lady
needed
lor
long
and
5 days 4 pm
11 pm 884short term assignments
Some
are temporary
permanent
Legal & Executive
to
Secretarres
The Connection
The Grosse
Po",te
&
Newsl
FAX 3435569
882.6900
D~
RESTAURANT
h r ~
Une
Cook Wa tstaff
Prep Per
sen Cashiers! Carry Out
D shwac;.her
minimum
2
years
expe"ence
Top
wagps apply 10 person
Bruno s Place 20217 Mac k
Grosse Po nte Woods every
day 10 to 5 313-8821044
810.645-0903
DOWNTOWN
Detroll
exec ...
tlVe seeks expenenced
as
s,stant Aeq Ulres even per
sonaJlly solid ciencal and
ccmpute, background
Must
be a rgalllzed and adapt at
telephone skills schedullllg
and
travel
arrangements
Reply to Box B-6OO Grosse
POlllte News 96 Kercheval
Grosse POI
Farms
MI
48236
ACCOUNTS recelVablel paya
ble clerk position open In a
construction matenal supply
company Some expenence
preferred Send resume to
POBox
7584, Detroit MI
48207
RECEI'TION 1ST for downtown
Delroll law Irm Expenence
heiptul Competilive salary &
benefits
Send resume to
Office Admrlllstralor
Berry
Moorman
King & Hudson
600 Woodbndge Place DetrOll M I 48226
No phon e
calls please
No fee
Boyer Search
Group
810-645.0900
c
ADMINISTRATIVE
SecretaIy
Harrison Twp
Church
All
Secretanal skills reqUired IIIcludlng WordPerfect
Please
fax resume
to
313-8862452
academ IC
Cultural
month
2
position
Also
available
oth er short!
long
term
LANDSCAPE
lawn
culter
B66-8553
gardener for crew selVlng
Grosse
POinie area
Top RESPONSIBLE, energellc non
sma Ker woman needed for
pay lor qualified person Wllh
part lime babyslllmg In my
dnver s license
810-398home Aprox 10 hours per
9226
week Day! me and evelllng
RECEPTIONIST!
Secretanal
hours Please call 313-255position for Law firm Some
8155
b,lllng
work
Benefits
proll1ded Call lor ,nlerv,ew BABYSITTER, Two children 4
days my home
884-0497
31 ":>-965-0045
leave message
d
('nlr)
PROFESSIONAL
woma, look
Ing for semeone 10 share a
wonderful babysmer In my
Grosse POI nle home Mon-day Ihru Fnday Child must
be over 1 year Call 3434965
HAIR slyllsl to lOin LUCido s
BABYSITTER
In SI
Clair
Hair Care staff Ask for Joe
Shores hOMe 5 years & 4
or Shel a 810-773-8044
months old Approxlmalely
NEED ED expenenced
Cooks
15 hrs We€X
References
Apply In person al Cal s
reqUIred 810-778-5354
Pizza 17323 Ha rper 886MATURE Iovmg non smo~er to
4141
care for 3 & 7 year old 3 10
WANTED- yard & garden sum
4 days per week My home
mer help at Grosse Po nte
Transportallon & references
reSidence 2 poSitions avail
313-885-8567
able approXi malely 30 hours
HAPPY energetic care gIVer
per weeK stan"'g mid Apnl
needed fa r 2 boys ages 1 &
Students
welcome
Send
4 on Mack nac Island 2Q.
quaflfcatlons
& references
30
hours
room & board
10 POBox
SO Warren MI
prOVided Call Ryan
81D48090
Atln
Sharon
Ra
293-0600
lewskl
Nanny for 10
NEEDED
L",e
Cook
good EXPERIENCED
'ant nonsmoker 3 days per
hours
good
salary
Day
week
In
our
Grosse
POinte
dishwasher
Small growmg
home Resume
references
restaurant 31?-526-1500
10 POBox
361 SO 18640
TYPIST full or Part flme Fax
Mack Ave
Grosse POinte
resume to 881 2550
Farms MI 48236
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call bas,s You pick hours
light lifting neat appearance
requ red Musl be dependa
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pizza mak
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APPLICATIONS
accepled for
pall time stock clerk Mu,'
be 18 Flexi ble hours York
shire Food Markel
16711
Mack
Seillor
.AlY5lm~
HAP PY baby's
seekmg IIIce
babysmer lor 5 hours a day
3 days per week In Grosse
Pomte Park home
Hours
fleXible
References
re
qUHed Call 8247?36
3595
CASHIER
needed
Amoco
Mack & Rivard
part! full
I me afternoon s & even"'gs
fleXIble hours Apply'"
per
sen 17600 Mack Ave
6363
ACTIVITY THERAPIST
Bon
Foreman
Earn what
are worth
31 :>-526-
Busy Calenng Fac Illy see, ng
part I me clencal 2 10 3 days
per week
Llg ht tYPmg &
good english sk lis Coniaci
La n 773-4040
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CITY of Grosse Pomte woods
seeking 2 temporaryl
sea
sanal
school
crOSS'119
guards $6 39 haUl starting
pay AppllCatlos may be 01>lallled at City Hall 20025
Mack Plaza or by call"'g
313-343-2446 for furthur In
formalion
111/343-8000
101
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LANDSCAPERS,
lawn cullers
Crew Ch eis general label
ers Good pay JOin Ihe beSI
Experienced'
references
must have valid dnve", II
cense 88&-2248
Island
Hotel
DetrOit,
313/343-8000
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810-988-0287
LANDSCAPE
crew
man
needed VIl'i I an 885-4045
leave message
111300 E Warren
411224
HOUSEMAN
houseman
Must be able
to
work
weekends
$6 50/ hour to start
MI 48211
On Mackmac
Island
House
011 r
wllh
MIDNIGHT
Concorde
Inn 01 Rochester
Hills
seek,ng
a
mght
and
Rena
s
FUdge
Shops
Now
accepting
applicatIOns
for
sales
clerks
waltS1aff and dock
,l<
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LIFEGUARDS
part time lIex
ble hours 313-963-9200
qUired when applymg to
OlsoMe
Corporallon
8801 Conant Avenue
In
and "tn11~tl( 11 ... ~dl~
SWIMMING
pool service ac
ceptlng appllcalons
for ser
Vlce or retail Will Iram full
or part time Gall paUl s 77":>0792
Estate
Ave
RECEPTIONIST,
Hairdressers
& Nail Techs needed at Av
Iia Salon Located al 30625
Jefferson
JII
SI
Clair
Shores
Please
call 4158888 ask for Eddie
201 HIL~ WANTED
IA.YSITTl~
200 HIL~ WANTID GENERAL
OFFICE Secrela ry Full time IMMEDIATE openmg for warehouse helper 25- 30 hours
for orgamze<l lake charge
a week 10 slart could besecrelary
m usl have
at
come fu II IIme lor good rella
wast 3 years oHlce expen
ble
worker 313-822 9090
enee excellent typing skills
and experl
knowledge
of
CASHI ER5- lull or part time
Word Perfect 6 0 IS essential
Apply
In person
Village
Starling
salary
range
Food Market
16328 Mack
$1750().
$20 000 plus e.
Ave Grosse POlnle Farms
cellent
benefl1
package
Send laller 01 Interest and PAINTERS helpers- Some ex
penence
necessary
Good
resume to Office of Human
pay 343-0866
Resources
1234 Washing
ton Blvd. DetrOit Mr 48226
201 HIL~ WANTID
year
~
aulos
Knowledge
of the
Metro- Detrol!
area helpful Must have valid dnv
ers hcense
Res u me re-
Work
The
and
81o-m-5475
mance
Call
for
In. house
mal ntenanee
and
service
Company
levll
( lI(j
summer
200 HIL~ WANnD GINERAl
343-5486
round
empfoyment
Pay
commensurate
With ex
penence
and
perfor
Ity person
Must be a respons,ble
person
to run
errands
assIst
In mall
room
capable
of minor
WllllIll
e
• <:;l(ong Orp,ilnl7allOnal
time
LANDSCAPING
Company
Ioo~mg lor very dependable
expenenced
workers
Fore.
man poslllOn available 313885-3410
II1dlvldual
uy ("lIllml
preterred
,an,j"hle
Will pow'"
_ Prevlou~ f1rlllty
MedIC ue Meo
• p(('\ IOU" computrr
licensed?
your seat
and
ask
Jobs
reSidential
painting
company
IS
searching
for motivated
rehable indIVIduals for full
Gan
P Fountain
Coldwell
Banker
"t
lor an
of Iralnlng
Painting
Establrshed
would It cost me to
get started?
.How do I get paid?
Crew Ch,el Good payl bellefllS relelences
885-2248
RECEIVABLE
to1ullly
ESTATE
other
queSl!ons
real estate sales
r urrenlly
ACCOUNTS
WORLD
JOin us on Thursday.
Apnl
27th all
pm
or7
pm
and get an swers to Ih ese
OetrOll
work tlexlble hours
Apply
m person at Lakeshore
SUPERMARKET
managers
and cle rks needed
lor all
departments of Independenl
markels
G, eal
leams
10
work Wllh Call Tom at 810-
THE
UTILITY
PERSON
Immediate
position
avail
abl e for a temporary
u til
entry
PRII/ATE
east Side country
club seeking full & pan lime
rei able
enthUSiastic
team
players lor the followmg posilions
Hoste:;;s
bussers
and wa 151aft We offer flexi
ble hours
benefils
stable
work enVironmenl
Apply In
person (s de entrance) Tues
day Saturday 11 a m to 4
p m No phone calls please
Lochmoor Club 1018 Sun
n"'gdale
Grosse
Po"'le
Woods
LAWN
maintenancelull or
pan part fleXible schedul
109 local Grosse
POinte
ccmpany 331-5599
level
28180
FU lL time Secrelanal help al
EaslSlde of Detro t Ma nufacturers
Rep
firm
Word
Processing
phone
expen
ence helplul
send resume
10 N-600
Grosse
POinte
News 96 Kercheval
Grosse
POlnte Farms MI 48236
4300
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of the na
successful
growing
dI
adverllslng
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resume
ext 595
or call 81Q.353-2700
SALES PERSON fa r relall &
dell
some
expenence
In
exl595
sales & food handling Pan
INTERNSHIP
Opening- Meta
Iry & Salad- mixing salads
mora Mollon PlCtLre Com
and
servmg
appetizers
panles Incorpo rated of Los
Cooks & Wall staff for a cute
Angeles 810-773-1584
and Inti male dining room
Good appearance
and a
pleasant
personailly
re
qu"ed
Off Sundays & hall
days
FleXi ble hours
Gall CASHIERS & Dnveway Sales
persens needed fulV part
5277240
9- 9
tl me Apply III person Mack
CAR Wash help No expen
Morass Amooc 19100 Mack
ence necessary
Must have
Ave
valid dnvers lICense Apply
al Mr C s Gar Wash 18651 FAMOUS Mamtenance IS hlr
Ing for Window and gutter
Mack
clealllng
Must have IransDELIVERY
person
needed
portatlon
and valid drwers
Apply
In person
It' ama
lteense Good starting pay
Rosa s
PIZzeria
15134
lor expaneneed
help 884Mack
To
Road
M' 48225
K
Twelve Mile Rd
SUite
3000 Southf,eld,
MI 4fs034
2 4 Pm
Apply
oulslde sales position
In
cludes
salary
pi us com
miSSIon training
car and
gas
and
DISHWASHER- Anlonlo s Res
tau rant
G'osse
POlllte
Woods 313-884-0253
Woods
401
care
beneflls
Applicants
sub,ect to drug screelllng
Interested
indIViduals
send
resume to CAC 25505 W
Mack
7 & 8
Pomle
LAWN and Landscape Com
pany seeking quallfed main
tenanee people for full time
work
excellent
pay and
benellis 810-778-9671
County
to drug
screening
Interested
IndiViduals
send resume
CAKE
HOUSE
Avenue.
between
Mile
Grosse
re-
companies
IS In need of
account
execullves
In
Grosse
POinte/
Macomb
and
eqUivalent
Monlhly bonuses
plan and health
neces
I expect?
AdvertiSing
Account
ExecutiVes
tracing
nol
skills
tYPing
skills
• High energy indiVidual
• High SChool diploma
or
hostesses
but
PrevIous
commulllcatlons
• Com puler and
HELP
busboys
available
Job requlfements
, Excellent
verbal
sary
Come
tal k With us
at THE ORIGINAL
PAN
mechanical
20051 Kelly
Harper
Woods,
ancl loan processing
Expenence
IS preferred
but not reqUired
Competitive
and
hours
expellence
preferred,
but
not required
WIll train
Spanish speaking
a piUS
and walt resses
Are you
lookl ng for a tu IV part
lime
lob?
Expellellce
.How
Human
Resources,
Adjuster
POSition,
Credit
Legal
Departments
Opemngs
available
In all levels
mcludmg
c1encal
collections,
Cooks
Service
Wanted
For rapidly growmg
auto
finance comany
FleXible
.What
dnve train knowledge
qUired Resume
to
Southfield
based Fmance
Company
IS lookmg for personnel
fo r
Its Collection,
Repossession
Analyst and
Adjuster
Warranty
company
Entry level POSition
Excellent
communication
EXPERIENCED CNC operator
benefits 810-774-2220
FINANCE
part
benefits
No fee
Nanny Network
739.2100
ProfeSSional
Cemetery
Sales Representatives
Needed
4 career minded
port
Full tIme/
Must
have ex pen
Good
salary
and
Customer
Representatives
GENERAL
lawn ma,ntenanee
help- Licensed & 1 year ex
penence
Full or part lime
822 5010
SECURITY
Officers
Immedl
ale open ng" Over 16 ben
eflls Musl have car phone
Nlghls and weekends
Will
train
Triad
Protectwn
Agency 313-881 1200
LOVE WORKING
WITH CHILDREN?
,
- .
200 K£l~ WANTEDGENI~AL
HOUSEKEEPING,
dretary &
reSident aide
Senior cill
zen s home now acceptmg
applications
Apply n per
son Monday Fllday 10- 4
Beechwood
Manor
24600
Grealer
Mack
St
Clair
Shores
RESTAURANT
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200 H£l~ WANTID GENERAL
helpful
POSITIONS available Immedl
alely good pay Great sea
sona1 jOb Gros,,"
POlnte
Farms
9011 course
POSI
Ions Available
Hortlcu!lur
Isl ass Istant mec han Ie gerr
eral
grounds
hetp
Call
between 7 am
& 3 pm
Monday
Fnday
313-882
3001 for an appo ntment
growth,
tralmng
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202 H£L~ WANTEDaE~ICAl
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Word processors
Data Entry Clerks
Recepllonlsts
45 wpm
Pleasant Working
RUTH
atmosphere
PARADISE
TEMPS
964-0640
202 HU~ WANTED CLERICAL
7358
REGISTERED Nurse to work
part lime OBIGYN office In
081'0" Med cal Center Call
9 10 4 30 p m 313-<l32-<l766
MEDICAL Bllier part t me for 2
phys can
prachce
Expen
ence requi red Send resume
to
Managemenl
20845
Mack Ave
Grosse POlllte
Woods Mr 48236
202 HIL~ WANTED (LUICAL
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Grosse Pointe News
The Connection
Apnl 13, 1995
Employment
,
203 H!l~ WANnD
DENTAL/MEDICAL
302 SITliJ\TlOll. WANrEQ
CONVALISCENT CARE
204 HW' WANT£Q
DOMESTIC
Receptionist
needed
for
Grosse Po nle dental offICe
full tune position S')ffie e:l
penen>ee prelerrable
Please
call 313-884-6680
,
PART lime OrthodontiC Ass stant needed will Irarn 886-
3390
RECEPTIONIST
lor progres
siva medical pracllC€
Part
I me Musl have skJlls Wllh
multi line phone computer
rnsu ranlCe & deal ng WlI~
elderly
Send
resume 10
Management
20845 Mack
Ave Grosse POinte Woods
MJ 48236
CAREGIVER to couple ,n the"
80 s Fnday 7 p m Sunday
7 p m Duties InlClude cook
Ing IIghl housekeepmg
dog
walking
dllVlng 10 doctor
appo,ntmentsl
hairdresser
Gln-rummy wrth dad a must'
Cadieux! Morang area 81(}
774-5285
20S HEl~ WANTfD lEGAL
LEGAL secrelary/
part time
Word
Perfecl
expe nenlCe
Grosse POlnie law offICe
Send resume
to
Grosse
POinte News Box W 21 96
Kercheval Grosse POlnle MI
48236
~
Periodontal
hygienist
needed
Immediately
for
Wednesdays
EXPERIENClD
Dental Asslslanl,
part
X Ray hcensure
884
You Can Count
On
The
bigger
something
grows, the
II needs
somelhlng
II me
a must
'
more support
The
farther
reaches
the
more
support
II needs
The greater
you r goals
1320
Ihe
more
you
Call
Full and part time
positions
are Immediately
available
IncentIVe
.'Jp v pay rates
One year of expenence
IS reqUiled
810.772.5360
afflhated
with
ST JOHN
SYSTEM
EOE
at
SERVICE
children
Hourly,
ovemlghl
rates
Expenenced
,n
the
Grosse
Pomte
area
ll-
home
In your
community
All
shlfts
available
EspeCially
Dayslll Rehable transpor~
tatlon reqUired
censed
and
Sally,
bonded
(810)772-0035
Lambrecht
East
24924
pointe
886-2273
GRAND
OPENINGI
Two secluded
adull foster
care
A+ live. ins, Ltd.
Nurse
24-hour Lave~1l1
Prrson1.1 can:
CI•• nll'll Cookmg, Laundry
s
Bonded and Insu",d
Aid es Compa n Ions and
Day Workers
for pnvate
779.7977
homes
18514 Mack Avenue
Grosse Pomte Fa rms
Full or Part time Cdr~
24 hour live In
MealS housekeeping
Insured & bonded
MARY GKESOUIERE
Manager
lJve
In
couple to malntam
exclusIVe reSidence
Responsl
cooking
house
malnte na nee
fonmal ente rta,mng
and
Bloomfield
Hills
Call
Dawn
810-932 1170
Harper
SUMMER only Day care LI
censed & ",sured
Certified
teacher Reasonable & ffeXl
ble 81Cl-775-0235
TENDER
Years Child CareBabYSIUlng 10 my St aa"
Shores home licensed WIth
excellen\ rates Rose 81()
304' SITUATION WANTID
GINERAL
SEEKING position as full time
Housekeeper or laundress
excellenl relerences
Please
call 81(}542 7613
LET me cook lor you 10 your
home on your cook s dav
off Impeccable
references
Grosse POInte & Blnmrn9"
ham 8721803
Robinson
885.6944
fi4 HOUR /'(;\
LIVE IN CARE. /
hour
24
I~'
f'WI
.Id.~y
careQrvtl
looking to
maintain and
manage all
aspects of the
gardens for large
estate. 839.2456
CLEANING
SERVICE
HOLIDAY
SPECIAL!'
m $.iMCCI ivallabkl 10
by an upo,,,,,cad
Cc:d:: nQ c14aOlng..and
S90. da!
A
~lt 810-154-8407
~
810-755-3011
207 HU~ WANTED SALIS
207 HILI' WANTED SAliS
~~~AarDiViVE~RmTI~SrNN(G~~"'~
SALES REPRESENTATIVE
mollvated
expenenced
Base
plus
seeks
highly
sales
commiSSion
Fairgrounds
Marshall
Michigan
(194 & 169)
AdmiSSion $3 00
FURNITURE
refinished
repaired slnpped any type of
caning Free esllmates 3456258 661 5520
aalr
~
PRiVATE
duty BIde Expenen>eed, excellent referen>ees
FleXible Jean, 822-3612
EXPERIENCED
nurse s adeDependable
very
canng
Wllh excellent
referen1C8S
Wi II work shrfts or live In
HOME
SERVICE
You
Pinpoint
Exactly
THE
RIGHT SPOT
• Insured
• Bonded
584-7718
CLEAN ING lady expen enced
Grosse
POlnle relerences
Hones1
dependable
Call
Bl~l046
CLEARANCE
Over
300 dealers
qualtt'j
antiques
AdmiSSion
27th
Season
Manchester
G E refngerator frost Iree ex
cellenl condilion
$SO 885-
3022
FRIGIDAIRE
IrostJree
large
worns great
The
ELECTRIC
stove SSO Gas
stove
$95
Refngerator
$110 Washer $100
Dryer
$95
Nice"
Oehvery
Call
293-2749
Mall
Antiques
& Collecllbles
116 E Main, Manchester
Open 7 Days, 10 to 5
313-428-9357
,
pm
the
rug~= ~
EXPERIENCED
housekeeper
Cleaning
laundry
Iromng
etc
Flexi ble hou rs reter
enees
rehab Ie Call 3138715852
TWO honest dependable
energetIC women desire house
cleamng
10 years expenence
Excellent
Grosse
Pomte relerences
810-7259832 810-395-7969
~
Polish Cleaning Service
30% OFF
Customers
Expenenced Staff
lor More InformatIOn
Call In-89J~6655
810.970~Z478 Pager
rellobiliry
benefits
(~1~)
(~1~)
Send your resume to
P 81
Grosse
POinte News'
96 Kercheval
Grosse POinte Farms MI 48236
aod
depeodablhry
please call ED P
person
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Wo~rJ,
Comp Ins
EURO!'tAN DC M£5TlC
PEI\SONN(L
partners
desk with burled
top French CUriO cabinet,
mahogany
G P. Park
Berkey
and Gay
mahogany s'deboard
With Inlay
mahogany
highboy
wllh
highboy,
9
piece Cnlppendale
dining
room SUite, Empire chaise
lounge, falnllng
couch,
Empire dining room sulle
$1,200
4 sets of
mahogany
chairS for as
little as $450 3 piece
VictOrian
parlor set,
Onental
chma cabinet
and
all upholstered
furniture,
50 % off
everythmg
In basement
Monday,
Wednesday.
Bombay
chest
Empire
reVIVal 1890 sofa, marble
top French console
With
11~ 6, Closed
Tuesday
malchmg
mirror, 5 piece
walnut twin bedroom
set
Mahogany
King size 4
MOVING- Items from Englander s Hudson s Antique mahogany
claw
fOOl dln'ng
room dan lu mlshrngs, rat
tan,
goose
down
chair,
queen
sleeper
(Stems
&
Foster) desk
Reasonable
post
bed,
hand
palnled
s'gn
3 drawer
Chinese
Bombay
15531 W 12 Mile Road
Just
W. of Greenfield
810.569-8008
404
m,(f(
SALES
406 ESTAlI SALES
FURNITURE
AT
RELICS
In Hamtramck
10027 Joseph
Cam pau
874.(J500
11- 6, Tues
thru
Open
Sat
Traditional
furniture,
acces.
sones
antiques
& collec
tlbles
Good qualrty al af
fordable prices
JI
WE BUY BOOKS
AND LIBRARIES
313.961.0622
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M,cnlgan
s Largest
Bookstore
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AUCTION
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Feotunng Items removed from the WlllJom Fisher ManSion,
Includmg magnlf,cen'
Bronze chandeliers
el~ant
hand
carved marble and limestone man~e.s, wrought Iron fences
and gates, stone 9.arden urns carved marble urn stone
garden benches, ~Iead garden I,gure.
ca"ed
marble
archw(]ys, hand carved ooors bronze crys'al and hand
~,"Ied wall 5<:onee. pro~rMs
belong 109 10lohn Sprague
CranINook Road Bloomheld Hills
Between Jefferson & Maumee
The decorators
be a pair of
octagonal
O~
409 E Jefferson Ave
Detroll MI 48226
963 6255 OR 963 6256
FAX H (313) 963 81~9
of
yards
lovely
01 fahnc
slot car
whallreasures
racing
for every
and lasle
You are sure 10 find something
thiS very eclectiC sale
WHOLE
HOUSE
ESTATE
FRIDAY, APRIL 14TH (9 00 ~ 3
SAT, APRIL 15TH (10 00.300)
1067 BERKSHIRE
GROSSE POINTE PARK
a
F !)A
"
"(~3)
mortorcycle,
of who knows
occaSIonal
loads
RAINBOW ESTATE SALES
IAuos.s. 1 om the Rerlo s.son e Ce"Ierl
Appo~e.~&Av\'
(ii"l'f-,Sr
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C \LL
50
leaves,
lamps,
24 Hour Hotline 885.1410
LJ/://h/rk/l;
In Ollr
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882-6900
as. well
With
chairs,
antiques,
In lhls sale WIll
ottoman,
large
WE WILL HONOR SfREET NUMBERS AT !rOO AM.
OUR NUMBERS WILL BF.AVAllABLE!rOO
1(H)() A.M
Feo'ur .. ,nclude pewaboc pottery ro'!.al Doullon f,gu"ne,
characler lug' and n C"ca 1914
Uo,on Jock" Bulldog
figure
an'lque f"eorms
Sabe Rulh Charloe Gehnnger
Honk Greenbvrg
Lou G~hng autographed
ba.eball,
celebrity autograph boak Wolf Oosney Clren 1938 Seven
Dwarf, and 11oW1nd up Monnle Mouse Toy
rugs In 0 1/01" ery of sizes
Investmfl'ntlC"Wefry
table
anmless
Honda
sets plus loads
pocketbook
wonderful,"
Tiffany ,Iud 0' desk 119h' Circa 1915 S'euben Verre de ""e
vo'e' and gold Aurene va", WMf ,,!verpla'e Art Nouveau
call 109 cord lTay po Ir 01 George III , Iver servms spoon' b~
Stephen Adam' Walla<e "Grand Barcque" and "Mod,,,,n
poUern, 'terlmg f10lware
towle "I(rng Richard" ,Ierl,ng
Iialware
191h Cenlury VIC'onan eleclToplale teo ",t Elder
HICkok .terl,ng wine bucket lenox "Aulumn"
and "Blue
Tree" pollern dinner ,ervlce, Golden Agate "Holly Amber.
pollern gla,s creom pl'cher
luxur ous Onental
of
& small
a low mtleag"
l
fanfastlc array of
are moving'
Included
while
loveseals
and
mahogany
pair
accessones
Excepllanallurnllure
Includmg mid 19th C Engh,h carved
mahogany' bed Circa 1830 Blederme er deml rune console
table 191h C Lou" y;v ,tyle 'nlald flip lop game' table
18th C aueen Anne walnut Side chair Gearae Henkels
laminated Rosewood Victorlnn ",fa C"co 1850 55 polr of
laminated Rosewood V.donan Side chOirs CIrca 1880 set
01 SIX C"co 17B5 Englosh Chippendale "de chaIr'
Circa
1810 Georgian Sh,eld-Iorm mlrror l91h C Viclonan walnut
Sideboard
Circa 1900 Oak rol lop de,k
CIrca 1800
EnglISh Ja<obeon ,1yIe carved oak che't Circa 1900 Ilal,on
Carrara marble fountam
Ad
(313)
886.8982
nliE VALETPAlIOHG ALL SAU DATU
ExIlibitton Hours:
tables
We have a large
listing of
help wanted
openings in the
Mea, so be sure
to check our
Employment
Pages.
SUSAN HARTZ
GROSSE POINTE CITY
U'
FlOe war'" 01 art by William Henry Machen Roberl Hopkm
Gearge Grosz John Carroll Thoma' Hart Benlon William
Rose John Clymer Thoma, H Chllvers arl pollery by Viktor
Schreckengosl
Oscar F Bluemner corored penc,ls/crayon
drowmg.
TO US
llusy schedule? We
provide h'9h quallry
housecleaning foc~
on Old I)'orld
European re<:hnlqves
If you ve been
1ooI<lng for a
hOUleC!eonlng
5eNlCe
fOl'
and
DuMOUCHELLES
LEAVE Tl'IE
effICiency
on canvas
board
Oval mahogany
dining room table With 6
Prince of Wales shield back
chairs, Chippendale
882-4738
_
Rest
LYDIA'S
European
Style
Cleaning
Se MOO- proles
S10nal "on ng Resldenllal &
Commercial
Excellent reler
ences 884-5451
CLEANING
1ub
Clean
Now Call the Beslll
313-345-1628
313-249-7261
For Filsi Timc
paintings,
LLOYD
DAVID
ANTIQUES
15302 KERCHEVAL
ESTATE
carved
Duncan
Phyle bowlront
buffel
Antique
all
MOVING
ThomaSVille
dining
room sel table
6 chal rs
chrna cablnel
$700
313885-0782
20 % off
Antiques
hand
and chairs, Circa 1840,
Itahan made Bombay,
Circa 1920 mahogany
Sheraton
Sideboard
DINING
room sel
Table 3
leaves
6 chairs
buffet
china cabinet Excellenl con
dltlonl 881 3966
Saturday,
Sunday,
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bus
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886-0063
After 4
881.9500
Mon
Sat 106
Sunday 11-4
1 BUj'lng & s~lling one piece
Of estate Fme Amencan
&
c1eanll
Tried
Timeless
American
822.3452
LOVEJOY S Antiques- 720 E
11 Mile Road Royal Oak s
largest
munKlealer
shop
81 (}545-9060
large
selec
lion of antlq ue po~ery
art
glass lormal Vletonan furnl
ture lurn of lhe century oak
and Jewelry Open Tuesda,
Fnday
1()
6
Saturday/
Sunday 1() 5
Supplies
PrOVided
Free Estimate
"You've"
FURNITURE
day bed
40S COMPUriRS
TOWN Hall Anllques 01 D0wntown Romeo must be your
next stop lor ~e fi nest In
quality
anl'!lues
selected
collecbbles and fair pn>ees
We have SO of Michigan's
finest antique dealers spaClalLZlng m glassware chma
slamed glass lewelry
pot
te ry, I nens
fu mlture
flo
blue along WIth Ihe finest of
pn mltlVes to be lound any~
where Open 362 days per
year Ill- 6 810-7525422
o
& Thompson
We deep
40.
claw and ball feet, Circa
1840 s counlry
empire
U~L1ANCES
KIRBY Spec,al- KJrby Rebulhs
Guaranteed
by Authonzed
Dtstnbutors $149 95 Special
$129 95 (Bl0}772.2280
Orlglnall
407 FlRIWooD
JOHN KING
:~~)~~~~~~1
i
ENGLIS H lady 6 years clean
109 Grosse POlnle homes
Expandmg her b USIness Ef
lielent reliable Excellent ref
erenlCeS 81(}775-1902
BONDED
We Don'l Surface
extra
$175
31 J.886.5951
and
$4 00
Antique
A~~LIANCIS
40'
SOLI D oak kmg sIZe bedroom
set With lighted bndge and
Side pIers
chast
I"ple
dresser wrth beveled mirror
Excellent
conditIOn
$5500
new askmg $1900 81(}7780646 or 886-9595
CRAFT.Q.MATIC
bed
!wIn
Extra long head & 1001con
Irol 111 bralOi Excellent con
dltlon $600 294-7517
vacate
In 30 days'
81 ().542.5042
In
collecl,bles
TOWNE
& COUNTRY
ESTATE
SALE SERVICES
NANCY
810~778~6658
SEASONED
m,xed fireWlX>d
$SO/ delIVered 727-4469
710 E 11 MILE RP
ROYAL
OAK
Sa/meRd
EXII/-75 off /-94
Provencal- Coffee ta2 rose Chairs
sofa
matching chair 3 tables, 2
matching lamps floor lamp
chandelier
6 newer oak
wMe
dining room chairs
recll ner
$850
Complete
313-881-6335
ble
SALE
Hanging
Lights
ANTIQUE
CONNECTION
401
Antiques
Market
10 5
FURNITURE
ITALIAN
BASEBALL
Card Llq UldatlOn
Over 115 000 cards Super
Stars
Slars
Rookies and
Com man
From
1957 to
1993 81()..468.4$17
30% OH All Red Tag Items
Lots of Furniture
&
5055 Ann Arbor
Certified
Nurses Aide fat
home health care
24 hour
servlcel
313.532-4303
Can Help
Open 7 days
(810)765-1119
Must
The Brusher Show
Saturday & Sunday
April 22 & 23,
8:00 a.m, • 4:00 p,m.
81 (}948-9953
Grosse
Pointe
News &
The
Connection
MARINE
CITY
ANTIQUE
WAREHOUSE
105 N Fairbanks
(M 29)
In Belle R,ver Plaza
A~~:r
307 SITUATION WANTED
NURSES AlDIS
COMPLETE
HEALTH
CARE
Parking
616-789.()99{)
BLUE Water Anllque Dealers
AsSOCtatlOn prese nts our
semi annual show now ,n lIs
15th year
Saturday
Apnl
22nd 10 a m 6 p m Sun
day, Apnl 23rd 10 am - 5
p m AdmlSSlOn $3 SI
Community
College Center
BUilding
Glenwood
at
Stone
Port Huron Mlch~
gan
Behind
McMorran
Place
582.4445
• Reasonable
known
newspaper
Box
1st time
discount
w~~
personal car.
bonded
Many , ..iortr;ces
Insured
29870 Mlddlebeh
Farr11lngton
Hills,
MI 48334
pay
Sunday
area for 14 years
Member
of BBB
CARMEN'S
10% Discount
Senior
Citizen
thru
Saturday
8 a m 5 p m
Calhoun
County
select
asslst8nct
Associates
Weekly
Monday
POINTE CARE SERVICES
HARPER
ASSOCIATES
Executl~e
ReSidences
Housekeepers
822 1177
8am~5pm
service
Couples
Include
vets
1726
Needs experienced
Cocks
Nannies
Maids,
Housekeepers
Gardeners
But~
b,lrt,es
HosPrTVate pay &
0",
885-4576
House
& Holy Cross
area
LOVELY
adult
care
foster
ho me rn North
Oakland
srm
Elderly
Aizhe mer s
& short lerm available
810673
9204
810681
GROSSE POINTE
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
lers
Redford
24 HOURI 7 days a week, lIVeIn care for ek1es1y In their
resdences
Very reasonable
pnces Call Res>dentlal Care
SeMees Inc 313-824-7700
EXPERIENCED
careg vers
needed
Iv uS< have
X>d
releren>ees 81(}7Sn 1704
reliable
homes
disabled
Officehrs
204 HEL~ WANTED
DOMESTIC
60 years
$S 00 Off Wllh ThiS Ad
First Time callers
Only'
Servmg the Grosse
POinte
Market
40.
RED
BARN
4950
Kmg
Ch na Township
Antiques
Collectibles
Fnday Monday
1(} 4 1-81(}765-9453
Free
Information
HOUSE.KE-TEERS
CLEANING
SERVICE
Profess Ion ai, Bonded
and
Insured teams ready fo
Antiques
Apnl15
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r
EOE
Twp
pllal
THE
SITUATION WANUD
HOUSE CLlANING
MISS Carrol s Care Day Care
learning
Cenler
Licensed
Red Cross tramed 313-527
4339
Thompson
RN'SBusy doctor's
offICe
Full lime
Monday
Thursday Also part lime Wednesday 8- 2 plus PRN Call
NafICY fl85.8070
aos
clean your home
or bUSiness
• References
• Experienced
IN.HOME
CARE
TLC
elderJy,
Marshall
303 SITUATION WANT£D
DAY CARE
COMPETENT
duty
assignments
Call
Kathryn
Thomas
(810)777-4940.
302 SITUATION'WANTfD
CONVAUSCINT CARE
CARE
pnvate
care
7257 or 81(}J24-2302
Estate
41111
SECOURS
HOME
Real
LOSE we'9hl
teel great &
eam money 100 Call for
' 313-881
FREI:
sample
AIDES
HOMEMAKERS
New Baby Care
ChOIce
31J.885-
GARDENER
REPS needed to help D,scov
ery Toys launch
a new
chlldrer s clo~lng hne- D,scovery Wear 313-343-0090
FLEXSTAFF
HEALTH
co unt
an
• Excellen I benefits
BON
If needed
INSIDE sales- a growing computer company IS IookJng 101
aggressr. e InSide sales
rep
Must possess strong
verbal and wntten communi
calIOn skJlls Full time POS'
LABORER seekJng jOb as fOr&tlon wrth compellllVe wages
man
Have aplrtude, hard
Call Mike 8am
to 10 am
worlong
good
dllVlng
re81 (}774-3700
cord SeekJng I,fetllne p0siEXCEPTIONAL
mcome oppor
tIOn Wilhng to relocate Age
tu nrly
Reputable
,nte m a
44 885-4872 evenmgs
t,onal cosmetic firm Fortune
50() subSidiary
No expen
30S SITUATION WANT£D
HOUSE WANING
enee necessary Ten open,ngs 81Cl-777-3831
healthcare
and enJoy the
Ask about our
hour
can
on us to help
Coldwell
Banker
Schweitzer
JOin our large
SALES
SUPPORT
HOME
HEALTH
AIDES
.Bonus
hour
774-0987
207 HIL~ WANnD
EXPERIENCED
system
benefits
HOME care for elderly women
expenenced
references
24
400 MIRCHANDISE
ANfiaUES
400 MERCHANDISE
ANTIQUfS
~
'"
SALE
OOl
FEATURING
Very old mahogany chests of drawers
wrought Iron table and chairS
loads of upholstered
pieces Unique 1S50 schild s electnc car (5 feet long)
Ford protalype It runs I bamboo games table set & Porch
furMur.
sm mahogany
server 4 Vf'ry old Hitchcock
style chairS books
sterling coffee set loads 01 china
and glassware
baskels
china cups & saucers
mrrrors
modern
cherry
chests
01 drawers
pecan
double
bedroom set Ffench ProVinCIal twlf' beds several furs
punch sel lamps
Silver plate & sterling
ThomaSVille
pecan
end lables
sarage
good res lufled
double
headboard
wllh matching dreSSing table Hull pottery
exqUisite linens kitchen goodies nally Ch,nese Oriental
rug small set Nontake china pecan loves eat With rush
seal several qUills large seMce for 8 silver plate drum
lable 011paintings 2 ladles SchWinn bikes Walnut Chlnd
cab,nel bookcases
loads of decorator Items some toys
large
model
Ship
We ve combined
a couple
"f
households 10 bnng you a greal Easter Sale NUMBERS
730 A M FRIDAY ONLY' STREET NUMBER SIGN IN
PLEASE
LOOK FOR THE RAINBOWIII
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Apnl 13, 1995
The
40'
401 FURNITURI
401 FURNITURE
TEAK d Inmg room set Table
6 challs
ch na cablnel
$400 Call 81~63-9957
LIFT
c haIr
$200
810-7756793 before Noon please
(Fine Furniture
& Antique Shop)
506 S Washington
Royal Oak, Ml
(5 Blocks
Freeway
Take
North of 696
at 10 Mile
Woodward/
Monday
PAINTED
bedroom sel
1930 s also 2 chaJrs
463-7732
Main
Street eXit)
through
Saturday
11 to 530
40'
Kmg
Queen
full
Garage
4
set
(excellent
Are
piece
mahogany
(chest,
dresser
rught stand
twl n
Johnson-Hadley
New
In one)
north
Mahogany
bansize
room
sets
of
dining
chairs
(all
condlilon)
room
10 excellent
Mahogany
breakfronts,
chma
cabl
nets,
buffets,
servers
i"abulous
Kltlinger
&
Baker
sideboards
Several table desks, mahogany
executive
Duncan
Phyle
desks
& Chip-
With g lit frames
made
MIni
bachelor
chests
Governor
Wmlh
rap
secrelary
desks
545-4110
~
Sola
Shop
of 10 Mile Rd
CLEARANCE
"""'/
at 20089
corner
of
LOTS of baby equipment
In
fants and chlldrens clolhlng
Misc
ImOllure and much
more'
3462
Bedford
off
Mack
Salurday
Apnl 15
830 105
MAHOGANY
Baby
Grand
plano
Chippendale
style
mahogany
bedroom
sUite
Queen Anne style hl9hboy,
d,n, ng room sels from $900
Solid walnut Queen Anne
slyle round dlmng table With
SIX ball
and claw chairs
Much much more' Steven s
Anllques
33401
Grand
RIVer, al Farmlng!on Road
1-81~71-4619
BASEMENTI Estale Sale, Sal
mday
Apn I 15th
10- 2
Household
Ilems,
lools
etc
23269 OaJrwood St
aalr
Shores
south of 9
Mile east of Jefferson
SUBMERSIBLE
pump, 6- 25'
1 1/4
fleXible tubing Wllh
fittlng~, upnght sump pump
large 12
flower pols, 3
eleclnc
hedge
Inmmers
8815795
Harper
Woods
SATELLITE
Dish
10
plete Make offer call
2530, ask for Nell
412 MISCILIANfOUS
ARTIClES
406 ESTATI SALIS
406
1100am
and sold
500pm
882
BASSETT sofa and Ioveseal
Excellent
conditIOn
$500
best 881 5381 after 3 pm
Leave message
Tuesday
through
Saturday
4928 Cadieux
Rd
Near E Warren
Clly
HOME Owners I Only $251
annually
for SI00 000 all
risk
Insurance
on
your
home $250 deductible Also
very low rales on aulomobiles For quotation
Call AI
Thoms
Agency
81079G6600 (days) or 313-882 5397
(evemngs)
884-7323
ISTATI SAlIS
NEED an Easter Goose? Concrete
Geese
In clolhlng
available
at Emily s GiftS
dolls and collecl bias 25414
Harper
1 1/2 blocks north
of 10 mile 810-m
5250
A-
ESTATE AND MOVING SALES
Conducted
c0m-
WEDDING
gown
size
6
shealh style wllh detachable
train white never worn Alecon lace $3001 best 881
1627
JAMES
A. MONNIG
BOOKSELLER
Selected
books bought
Maumee
POinte
800-&41.1181
ORIENTAL
rugs
$40
white
DRUM,
Onental
pIctures
d, mng table
$50
KE N
household nems and much
WOOD receiver $75 3 loot
more'
89 lakeshore,
off
speakers
$75
14
Sam
Warner
Saturday only 10
sung
momtorl
keyboard
to 5
$100 Much morel 372 5549
CORNER
17150
Grosse
M'n"
MOVING sale- Pnced 10 selll
Dining room table WIth 6
5096
cane back cha rsI cream
BIKES, Apartment gas slo:. e
seats,
matching
server
1991 GMC Surburban lh"d
$2 500 81ue flowered sola
seat
weight
bench
dIog
$550 2 peach SWIVel chaJrs
crate
bird cages
lrundle
$550 Sofa table wrth stools
bed and Hitchcock
chaJr
malchlng end table lowboy
881-9070
$450 2 OnenlaJ rugs, $550
Party table. 4 Chlllrs, $125
BRAZELLE'S
Vintage
Bou
Casual loveseatJ SOfa $225
tlque
15414 Mack Ave
Plaid COYch, $145 Hekman
G-osse Pomte Pari< 6 Dunend table, $170 2 Cooper
can
Phyle
dining
room
lamps
$200
each St,ffel
chairs fine glass Venellan
glass floor lamp $150 By
10 IITOr PicaSSO S 1902 The
appointment
882 2277 9 10
Tragedy
2 Cupid pictures
5 884-5419 after 6 Salur
1B97 Much more' 313-88&
day Apnl 15 930 to noon
5041
715 AOIla Grosse POinte
Wood~
WORD
Processor
Brother
WP 14001
memory
typewnter like new S150 882
4939
BIG $1 00- BAG SALE
Wed
4-19,10am-2pm
Thur 4-20 7 P m 9 p m
Grosse POinte
Unltanan
Church
DINING by Francher,
italian
Ren&SSanCe design
table
parkay top 4 Side & 2 anm
chairs, 75
hutch
selVlOg
side cabinet condition mint'
$2 000 886-8166
Fine Anhquc.s
&
oondrtlon
$200 313-730-7744
OLD
TOSH IBA 27 color stereo TV,
3 years old $250 313-521
set
cannonball
MOVING Sale Thursday
Sat
pine, headboard
urday
1~ 4 Large sIZe
chest WIth hLJlch
womanS clothing 9,ns new
dresser,
perfect
bolO
4T
king waterbed
$800
DrnlOg
much morel 8220 Warren
beallllful wood
Blvd
north of 10 east off
& pads, $300
VanDyke 810-754-3009
excellent
4
set $300
~100 313-
ORIENTAL
RUGS
find
her
19,
MOVING sale, Fnday 10- 4
Fumlture
tools cotlecllbles
mucho mise 936 Trombley
BAHAMA
CrtJl5e- 5 days! 4
mghts
Underbooked
'.1ust
'
sell! $2791 oouple
umrted
tlCkels
407767-8100
ext
4711
Monday Inru Satm
day, 9 a 10 to 10 p 10
More'
BEDROOM
style, darl<
foot board,
101 rror
&
condition
room table
wtlh leal
Book
MOVING
sale'
Bed
stereo
system
dining lable book
shelf TV table small sola
Much
morel
1420 Anrta
Grosse
Pornte
Woods
Thursday
Fnday Saturday
9to 5
(some very large)
Older
room size On ental rugs
handmade
& machine
WE Buy
at
MOVING
sale- Baby rtems
garden tools dryer
some
lumlture Fnday & Saturday
14- 15 4400 CouNIlle, D&trOll
pendale
sofas
French
loveseats,
Wingback
chairs
mirrors
& all
pal nlmgs
20
21
9
Woodcrest,
M OVI NG 10 Flonda
Maytag
washer
&. dryer,
T V s
leather
&
upholstered
chaIrs full sIZe din Ing room
set marble lamp table vac
uum sweepers
dehum dl
fier, all painting
king sIZe
bed room set sewing lOa
ch Ine Solid oak dinette set
All bargains
Stop by any
lime
19805 Edsh"e lane
near Cook Rd
&
tables
Connection
MOVING! Garage Sale- T DOls
hardware
etc
Saturday
onlyl 9 to 2 762 Hollywood
all
& Traditional
Sale Ad
POinte
Mack & 13 Mile Rd
Eleven
Jefferso n
little
Seve n
son, Grand
Rapids
(e'
qUlslte)
Mahogany
Chip-
quet
dining
Honzon
$150
GOLF clubs Reg npped $2 99
per club EastSide Custom
Clubs 881-6020
SALE
Grandma
s gone
must
new homes
fOI all
lovely
things
Apnl
Grosse
POinte
News
96
Kercheval
Grosse POinte
Farms
set
feet
pendale
entertainment
center (CB VCR
TV
You
Peerless,
mIrror
bee) by
John
14
7 Piece dl m"9
Matching hutch
884-2923
1950'S
bleached
mahogany
bedroom
sel
2 dressers
king headboard
bedSide la
ble
Excellent
condition
Asking $300 B10-771 7812
When
Kits are available
Chip-
bedroom
& claw
Available
News & The
Newspapers
room
chaIrS
Complete
6
pendale
With
ball
from
B10-
Sale Kits
Place A Garage
,n The
Grosse
condition)
chrna
cabinet,
buffet
2
pedestal
dining
room ta
ble With 2 extra leaves &
6
dim ng
$2400
MOVING Sale Bedroom set
'
other furmture
small appl
ances
ch Id ren s toys &
clol hes Salurday
9 a 10
265 Mernwealher
Grosse
POinte Farms
HUGE
poster
beds
Complete
mahogany
dlntng
room
*
monitor
Mah<.qa ny dOIng Iable $80
Cv~ h $250 Bjd ..." & gvK.J
FREE
twin
411 MISCElIANIOUS
UTiClIS
WILSON golf clubs
1 3 5
melal woods 3- PW Irons
$125 885-Q913
COMPAQ
GUAGI/YUD/
IASIMINT SALIS
Closed Wednesday
and Sunday
411 MISCIllANIOUS
ARnClIS
MOVING Sale- FurMure lools
art supplies
housewares
etc
etc etc 969 Ballour
'
Grosse POinte Parl< Satur
day ~ 12 Everylhlng musl
gol
MAHOGANY
Sideboard
6
drawer 2 cupboards
$225
Pie r 1 Papason chair 1'111 h
pads and foot stool Relalls
$ t 80 only $<lO Oak veneer
double
queen
headboard
$25 Ant au .. 5 I'Qht chandelier w Ih globes $40 8852432
MAHOGANY
INTERIORS
GAUGE/YUD/
IASIMENT SAlIS
406
By
40.
ESTAn SALIS
£STATE SALIS
I
JEAN FORTON
Excellent
References
DuMOUCHELLE
409 Jefferson Ave
DetrOIt MI48226
t1artZltl)
Man Thru Sat
9.3()-500
HOUSEHOLD
(313) 9636255
FIRST FLOOR RETAIL GAlllRY
SALE
Tru,t your
20'0 OFF CHAI\DElIERS
F1'1E FURl\lTURf
PAI'ITINGS CARPETS & ACCfS<;ORIES
experienced
For the
...
s.el$
.&
Av<:t
on"'5
$u-.ce
",Ie
1927
to u, knOWing
movln9
p< ,I 15 yea"
..
CATALPA
lumber large CaN
Ing slock available Call for
delalls B10-774-2242
frames
2 men s
Excellent
~
REMOTE controlled gas pow
ered car, 70 miles per hour
Includes FLJlaba remole conIrot starter $2201 best Concord pull OLJl car radIO Ineludes
2
speakers
779-2207
BABY
6x9
$25
that we are the mo,t
and e,tate
sale company
In the
we hove prOVided
f",t
qualify
client,
~
fl
(810)
771-1170
• 'lv:!' relll e.;
SERVICE
Grosse Pointe Sales, Inc.
• Estate • Household • Moving
...
548-2200
OLD Founlaln Pens any type
any
condrt'on
Highest
prices paid 882-8985
I BUY old coslume lewelry and
miscellaneous
Grosse
POlnle Woods
Bess 8861476
JEWELRY,
WATCHES
DIAMONDS,
GOLD & SilVER
Model Cars
CHRYSLER
Will travel for deals '"
excess of $1 000
Evening appointments
available
BUVING chIna (oomplele or
partial sets) 810-731-8139
aher 6 p 10 Jan
_
Wanted
to Buyll
TOOlSIl
Power,
small hand
electnc etc
810-296-0288
Ask
Consoles
Upnghts
& Grands
ABBEY
PIANO CO
ROYAL
OAK
810-541-6116
PIANOS WANTED
TOP
CASH
PAID
PIANO
wanted
small baby
g rand or Spmet 885-3022
WE buy pianos (splnelS oonsoles
grands)
Top pnces
paid for Sleinway
grands
and Hammond organs (~
e-3 A 100 and olhers) Call
Mr Howard 313-56 1-3537
VIOLIN & Bow concert quality
must hear to apprecrale Illeludes case call 81 Q.4S85057
EBONY baby grand Amencan
made
LJ ke new Jncludes
malchlng
bench
deltve<y
tumng and warranty
MIChigan
P,ano Co
810-5482200
the
lit
Will
also
cut
down
on the
number
01 abandoned
lost
and
unwanted
ani
mals to destroy
WE WilL
BE HAPPY
PROVIDE
ADVICE
for
Antl.Cruelty
TNI
Classlfl
--
s ln9
FAX
343-5569
81~n3-9648
WANTED to buy LIMle Tykes
loys Call 81~773-1419
Children s fort
Call
886-8625
SHOTGUNS,
nfles and handguns
Parker
Browmng
Winchester
Colt
Luger
others Collector 478-5315
CAMEL back 'ove seal 0 K If
needs work Ann 822-4091
USED double baby J09ger or
like model 882-8903
.6MERICAN
mllrtary Items of
all types
U ",Iorms
photo
albums anything Call 313-
965-0045
'B--O--O--K--S--'
--------_
Boughl & Sold
810.545.4300
Open
ANIMAL WELFARE SOCIETY
548-1150 Monday Fnday 95 754-8741 W%kends
MOVI NG need good home for
beautiful Cal,oo cat female
spayed 10 years old 88 1
2274
POOD LE Rescue has Toys
M,m and Standard Poodles
ready
for adoptIOn
2556334
7 Da).
BOOMBou~hr
In tau, Home M. SempUner
G REA T Dane Rescue- Danes
lor adopllOn
DonallOn requ red For InformallOn 313372-4255
VOLUNTEERS
For Animals
have dOllJ & pu pples aval~
able Call 810-7717426
or
81~68-8927
LOST. Female Shepherd. Jef
ferson!
Alter
area
Blue
Leash 313-822-3641
LOST
old cat
long haJred
male
black
With
Silver
streaks Trombleyl Windm II
POinte 821-6422
LOSTI
cal
green
der
area
TRt County
Collie
Rescue
Collies lor adoption
Fence
required
call for lnforma
tlon
(313)3262B06
(810)528-2442
TOP dog rescue- Pets on pa
rade Sunday 1 5 Meller s
(Aubuml
Rochester)
810680-1426
tergent
35MM
liqUid
laundry
FOU NO- Harper Woods Bnt
tany spamel, female, about
1 year old all shots Free to
good home 31 3-371-ll579
600 AUTOMDTIVI
AMC
de-
Paper
Towels
film. 200 speed
MAKE IT A BE KIND
ANIMALS
WORLD
ANTI- CRUEL TV
TO
1989
PIymoLJlh Colt
Good
cond,llOn $1 950 or best at
fer fl84.<5523
DETROIT
48212
891-7188
POinte Ammal
1981 AMC Eagle good 00001
ttOn rehable IranslX>rtatlon
$795 884-2142
601 AUTOMOTIVI
CHUml
ASSOCIATION
13569 JOS
CAMPAU
GROSSE
Mary Ann Boll
313-885-1396
*
CI mc
has 1 year old Shepherdl
Relnever
female
Beag e
mlX female
about 1 year
Please call 313-822 5707
501 IIIOS FOI SAlI
1988
Plymoulh
Honzon
5
speed
manual
88 000
m les
e1ean
dnves
I ke
new S13OO1 beSI 810-5589B26
1988 Chrysler LeBara"
automatic
4 door
a"
power
steen ngI brakes Cruise ex
celie nt cond 1110 n
$27001
best 810-772-3283 after 6
HAND fed Cockal els all types
Includ ng Silver & Fallow
splls
ava lable
BID 7767483 after 5 p 10
fEOfLE TO
YOUR GARAG~
!ALE ~\
Advertise in
The Grosse
Pointe News
&
The
Connection
Noon, Tuesday,
Deadlrne
Renee A. Nixon
313-822-1445
Th" offer " ~ood for lhe
APRil 27TH 1995 ' ......
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Organize Unlimited
DJo \IH t'lJo TIIJo "'DA\. APRIl
\ ~
Ann Mullen • .Joan Vi~mara
331.4800
MOVING SPECIALISTS
_____
Ko IJI 'K
885 6604
PI\TR(I'
HOU~IIlOID
313
E'T \11 • Mr)\IV,
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• Coordinate Move
• Unpack & Organl7c
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red male
In Irani
spot unMorass
5664
LOST
41'9 P 10
KerchevaU
Berksh"e area A1rdale Iemale newly clipped Child s
pet Reward 313-961 7311
WISH LIST
Needed
Black neute
Declawed
eyes while
chi n
Maek!
Reward 881
GROSSE POinte Animal Cllmc
has Doberman X lab X
Harper Woods
Shepherd!
Beagle- Woods
Shepherd!
Relnever
Farms
Please
call 313-822 5707
884-6855
WANTEDOld tube stereo
eqUipment
Mcintosh
Dy
naco Also Old Jazz & ClasSIC records
Top $$ pa d
505 LOST AND fOUND
THREE year old Tiger ca' declawed Jenmfer
885-5160
939-6150
82H)290
ASSOCiation
ALSO, ADULT
DOG OBEDIENCE
For Information
Carolyn
House
882.6900
WOODEN
ROTIWEILER2 years male
trained kJnd Loves kids &
people
Champion
line
Needs
mo<e quality lime
than jOb permits PaKl $900
" nghl home only $200
881-5371
LOST orange dec'awed
neulered
male Tabby
eh Ids
pet Wayburn! St Paul area
PUPPY
OBEDIENCE
10 weeks-4
1/2 months
ed Advertl
LOVABLE MAL TE SE pupp<es
7 weeks old
$4001 firm
810-779-5577
LOST- Scared gray cal while
under chin claws Reward
Harper Woods 882 5946
TO
Mitch
LmRARY BOOKSTORE
150,000
we
cut
down
on
numbers
of unwanled
ters being born
we
Call us at.
-&"~I"',II
WHITNEY baby grand plano
excellenl playlflg oondltlon
Asking
$1500
Call BB5-
Spinets
a pet wasn t
neulered
If
891.7188
,v/~r~-.,
AfIJKIY.
USED PIANOS
kittens
deno homes
cao be found
Countless
numbers
of sweet
,nnocenl
httle ones
are eu
tools
GUITARS, banjOS and mandol
inS ukes wanled Collector
886-4522
__
Used
and
when
liST
OF ECONOMICAL
SERVICE
SOURCES
LIONEL 0
Gauge trains and
accessones
In good OOndl
BOD-32Q-2340
tlon
preferably
With box
DELTA home crah 4 JOinter
882-9307
and hobby dnll press 810774-2242
7432
It spares
you the
and pain of haVing
puppies
stroyed
as well as a
S15
313-
ALlENN
organ MDC20 good
condrtlon plus Leslie 147
Cosl $5 800
Sell $1 BOO
839-7661 BB5-1049
AKC Sheille mate 11 months
sable crate trained
shots
neulered
$ 175
810-2639049
or NEUTER
PET TODA yl
try because
spayed
or
_8_7_99
413 MUSICAL
INSTltUMINTS
SPAY
YOUR
CHIHUAHUA
AKC pups 4- 6
wee!<;s males and females
313-815-Q368 313-874-4666
t h amzed
every
day
In
shelters across the coun
THE GOLD SHOPPE
22121 GRATIOT
EASTPOINTE
81G-774'()966
Hlglrcha"
4 all steel aIch bUildings New
never erected, can delIVer
4Ox3O was $5 990
now
$2,990
40x62
was
$10,B50
now
$5,975.
5Ox76 was $13500
now
$9 800
50x150
was
S21 000 now $14900
Endwalls are available
Call 1
PLEASE
DON'T DELAY!
Also
gnef
OLD wooden
duck hunllng
decoys and Wildlife caNlngs
wanted Cash pa d 810-774-
$20
Changing
table
Backpack camer $20
886-5951
- BEGINNERS
810-294-0550
An allered pet IS a healthier
and happier
companion
WANTED!!
Promotional
GM FORD
PUppy
S03 HOUSIHOlD ~m
fOR SAlE
GERMAN
Shepherd
AKC
Sch bloodl ne female 2 1/2
year
black/lan
crate
IralCed great gJard dog &
wllh kds SBOOI best 313886-5951
Positive
molivatlonal
techniques
41 S WANTID TO IUY
Kenwood
Blo-
$2001 best
cnb
1186.8982
...
and assocIates
EXPERIENCED - PROFESSIONAL
SUSAN HARTZ
CAll T11F N !lOLR 1I0TLl'W
885 1~IO
HlR 1.-1'( O\I"G
<;AIE I\HJR\I\110'
1(atkerine .9lmo[a
• '[state Saf~
• ~1,(ollmg Safes
• ,'ll'pral..lafs
as $20 00 Call today
FREE, NEW color catalog
1-800-462-9197
SALES
,erv ce to over 850 ""died
(Aelon from the Reno 'Ssonce Center)
Appro
tanning
unlls
From
$19900
lamps
lohons
accessories
P aym ents low
Best Friends
Dog Training
pa, a C0 31[}
PARAKEETS
male & female
breeders
$500 each 810776-7483 a~er 5 pm
GROSSE POINTE CITY
Gro'le POI~teoreo
APRIL 30TH
0/clh,rirliJ
Art
SUNQUEST
WOLFF
TANNING
BEDS
New commercial
home
Complete Sa""oe
Glen and Sharon Burllett
8SS-oB26
Art Gallery
ne
ooLLS 8 Madame Alexander
for
sale
RedUCing
my
ootlecllon
Inlernatlonal
and
story book $40 & up 882
9964
SOl IIRDS fOil SAlI
ALL Breed Rescue- Wanl a
MASON
Hamlin
mahogany
purebred?
Call
313278
console
Quality bUilt w Ih
4317
unique style Includes bench
delivery
tuning
and war NORTHERN
Suburbs An mal
ranty Mlchlgar
P,ano Co
Welfare League- 754 8741
810-548-2200
K liens only 77J-<i839
STEINWAY S varIOus sizes &
fi ",shes
Call for delalls
\1.hga,
7403 attcH 5 p rn
&4tau Sa!e4-
;t;?~
F
PRECIOUS
Moments
Flgu
mes m ISC pleces Rellred
Suspended & Members only
from 1990 & eanler
Green
book price only
810-776-
~
822-3174
NOW THROUGH
GUtTARS,
banjOS mandai ns
and u~es wanted Collector
8864522
TWIN
Headboards
dresserl
m,rror
Schwln n b kes
condillon 31~55
SOO ANIMALS
ADO~T A ~IT
413 MUSICAL
,
INSTRUMENTS
ConnectIon
thc h 11\<1\ torm on the t,,;[ r'gc ot ch,,,flu!
(pre pl) ment l'fe'ltllredl
-$6.30/12 word., • 45~ additional wordsInclude., a FREE Garage Sale Kit
Call (313) 882.6900 • FAX 343.5569
Grosse Pointe News
The Connection
601
April 13, 1995
AUTOMOTIVE
CH~YSlER
1987 LeBaron
very
clean
$2 3951 best
603 AUTOMOTIVE
GINE~Al MOTOIS
air
full power
new
Ilres
885-7057
1988 Caval er Z 24 5 speed
V6 air Cruise Ilh elc
a,
Ioys
85 000 miles
great
shape $3 950 372-0266
1990 Chrysler
New Yorl<er
loaded
IIke new excelle nt
condition
$6 800 313-3430710
1986 OJdsmol>lle Cutlass Supreme
V6 100 000 miles
$2500/ besl 810-779-6274
1993 Mercury Capn convertl
ble
Excellen!
condll,on
' ..
30 (X)() miles air oower wm
dows
AMIFM
cassette
man uaJ almag
dark gree n
wllh
black
lop
$10 500
810-4121693
1992 Camara RS- V-8 Automatic Ttops Alr All power
1988 Dodge LJay10na 72 000
m les cassehe
new t res
no rust $2 9001 besl 884
4752
1992 BUICK Skylark loaded
low rn les $9200 884-3217
Ca~~p1tf'
0;0 l)('(l
m
I~c;
A
bag
ABS
Extended war
ranty Full secJnty system
Clean
512000
810-9797154 after 6 p m
1985 Ponl ac Fie 0 Silver V.f;
5 speed 70 000 m les air
$4 000 882 2926
1986
New
Yorker
lealher
IUrbo
exce lent cond liOn
S3500 882 9288
1992 Pontiac Su,blrd
low ml
leage 57 600 Or best offer
810-771 0664
aher
600
1967 Thunderbird
429 Thunde~et good cond"lCn 313886-5951
1994 Tempo33 197 m les
excellent
condllion
55 ".JO
Call morn ngs 810-n2 ...415
1991
Escort
GT
anginal
owner
58 000 m les new
tires 5 speed power moon
roof color I ght tltamum air
cassette cruise conlrol Ask
rng
000 or besl
824
4802
sa
1971 Th undertJlrd 429 Thu nde~t
fair cond tlon 313886-5951
TAURUS
SW statIOn wagon
1991 gray
60000
miles
loaded
900
After
6(313)881-4164
sa
1989 Ford Taitus
4 door 6
cylinder $2500 or best 8107715649
1994
Taurus
Wagon
LX
loaded 21 000 m les green
$16 350 886-7644
1990 Ford Tempo- 4-<:yflnder
aula
excellent
co nd 110 n
runs great $2 975 810-2642795 810-771-3855
1985
Mustang
convertible
fop & upholstry exce~
lent condrtlon
$4,200 8829288
new
90
Sable l&
Power every
thing
New tires & siMs
Always
garaged
$5 500
313-8825757
1988 Taurus loaded excellent
condrtJon 810-778-8218
1990 Muslan9 LX 5 a Annrver
sary year, clean
Many
perfonnance
parfs $8 500
810-755-7286
1993 Mercury Capn XR2 convertible
IUrbo 4 cyI
5
speed
power
steenng
brakes and WIndows
air
cassette,
bnght red Only
$11299
Quatrty Aulo Sales
81 G-954-99OO
1994 Ford Aspre 4 door red
auto
10,000 m les Perfect $7 950 Rrn ke Toyota
810-756-7114
'1II
1992 Thundertlltd
SC- Whrtel
black leather
loaded
well
marntalned
extended
war
ranty
$12950
810-7764095
1991 Escort LX 4 door aula
air new brakes
runs perfect 85 000 miles excellent
condition $3 400 372-<l286
1992 Ford Mustang LX conven,ble aqua wrth wh~e top
4 door aulo air power WIndows doors IocJ<s CruISe
Won I lastr $9 300 QuaJrty
Auto Sales 81 G-954-99OO
1992 Tempo G L 5 speed air
AMIFM
stereo
30 000
miles $5 800 882-<l411
603 AUTOMOTlV£
G£H£llAl MOTa IS
1991
Park
Avenue
Ultra
49000
miles
olackl gray
leather
loaded
$12250
885-3234
1987
CAVAUER
automatrc
114 000
miles
engine
55000
miles
Must sell
'
51600 313-882 1252
1969 OIdSmol>lle Cullass
vert ble 455 engrne
886-5951
ClaSSified
con313-
Advertlsmg
882.6900
1987 Pontiac F reblrd
Excel
lenl
condition
$3 000 or
beSl Call 610-776-7233
•
LEASING (, SALES
Harper Woods
199] B(l'I[)]m W.
Lo\IW \ 5 \lJilF
1m 1IO\\[\lUr If_
$1097;
!.J l..[)'r '" K'ollfl \ f,
1992 rt\\j)IOHGFR If.
15984
[DIJ1D WI'o'
1m (,tllUClR\II\\f_
$IUOO
'q
SHOO
L,Hl
1991 Il'BIRU I r_
1
~y~ ,IT)
'm
\"~F
198'1Bllr~Rf\m
jJ!,i>l ,1(111'I11(\[IJ
1992 1m R"'l,
I(\[>, H~ \\~ ,-
3
S-,~~
S8,m
$9,800
885.4340
3j839.4462~
1991 BUick LeSabre Cuslom4 door excellenl cond lion
New tires Nonsmo ker 313884-0210
1992
Roadmasler
black
loaded good condition new
brakes
$9 950
313-8847276
1993
Geo
PrlzmGreen
24 000 miles auto air Sony
lape deck Excellent cond~
lion S9 800 Call Jack 810986-oOB4 or 313-8829200
aher 5
1993 Satum SC 2 manual,
power locks
WIndows mii
rors
Cruise
a r su nroof
ASS, blue- green $10,500
810-263-7749
1988 LeSabre T- Type 2 door
black
V6, 63 000 miles
tinted WIndows, atl OptionS,
'llloys MUST SEE $5 450
372-<l286
1985 Grand Am- 5 speed,
99,000 miles
runs 9reat
rough body S585 331 2978
1993 Pontiac G rand Am SE 2
door aqua
V6 aula a r
loaded
low miles
On Iy
999 Quality Auto Sales
810-954-9900
1990 Acura Integra excellent
cond I on Ioadeo musl sell
$6700 61 0-776-682 t
sa
1985 Pontrac Sundblrd
convertible redlwhlle top 4 cyI
auto
aii power WIndows
doors locks and top Only
25 000 miles $4 300 Oua~
Ily AUla Sales 81 ir954-9900
*
1988 Cadillac Eldorado- T nple
black 68 000 miles Exoel
lenl condrtron
500 Call
810-772-0011
1893 Cadillac Coupe DeVjIIeS, mulated
convertible
lop
WIres leathef, 22 000 miles
Perfecll
$19500
Rooke
Cad llac 810-757-3700
1994 Ponllac Sunblrd LE 2 or
4 doors
7 10 choose
10000 miles loaded
one
owner $22,900 Rinke CadIllac 810-757-3700
1994 Pontiac Grand Pnx SE 4
door auto air power 'WIndows & locks 10,000 miles
3 to choose $12950
RInke
Toyota 810-756-7114
1993 lumina
4 door
leage one owner
8819965
low mIS9 990
M&R
Auto Sales
1985 ~Iazda 626
beautiful family car,
extra clean, $1,650
1984 Chevy Celebrity
extra clean 10 & out
$2,995
1986 Jeep P/U-auto, atr,
4-cyl , blue metal he,
toolbox, $3,000
1990 G~IC P/U aulo,
alr,6 C} I, like brand
new In & aut $4 950
1986 Isuzu P/U 4 cyl,
bed Imer, great work
truck, runs great $1,300
1983 Ford Van 6 cyl ,
excellent Mrk Ian S800
1979 Chevy PIU blue,
4x4, auto, perfect \Iork
truck V 8, $1,300
1986 Cutlass Calais
stller, beautiful car,
2 door, V-6, all power
S2995
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from finance places
that say yes? Come
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Eastpomte 111148021
(810) 774.3100
1984 Jeep Cherokee
dnves
and looks good
Very dependable $2 5001 besl 810774-4308
1987 Jimmy S15 good cond"
lion 90 000 miles $5 400
886-1968
1989 CI1evrolet lroc Z convertible bngh! red black lop
V8 aula, wr loaded Never
seen
wmler
Low
miles
'
$12,999 Qualily Auto SaJes
810-954-9900
1991 Jeep CI1erokee Laredo4 wheel unve. air, extras
Excetlent condrtlon $12 700
810-779-2207
1990 Goo Metro
LSt
Alr,
60 000
stereo,
clean I
$2 950 Rinke Toyota 81G756-7114
1894 Pontrac Grand Am SE 2
or 4 doors auto, wr, 13 to
choose
mileage at 10 000,
factOI)' warranly
$11 300
Rinke
Cadrllac
810-757
3700
1994 Jeep Wran91er Convert~
ble- 4 X 4, black, 19,000
miles,
new
condition
$12,900 Rinke Toyota 810756-7114
1992 Jeep CI1arokee
4x4 loaded
$13900
2518
WANTED
Jaguars
All years
Prpferably
1971 Lincoln Contrnental Mark
III
19 450 onglnal
miles
new paint look 2nd place rn
owners club ProfessIOnally
appraised at $10000
Must
sell $5 500 313-527 9OB4
605 AUTOMOTIVI
fOlElGN
1986 Toyola Corolla LE 4
door,
exoellent
condrtlOn
$2 950 684-8054
1984 Mazda AX-7 black vel)'
good condrltOn $2 200 8847410
1989 Honda Prelude SI 5
speed,
loaded,
black
$6 500 882-6064
ADS
882.6900
1987 8MW
528E
sunroof
aulo loaded newer brakes!
tires! transmiSSIOn! exhaust
S9 250 810-775-5851
1989 Toyola Corolla 4 door,
air, stereo cassette, great
ca~ $4 950 Rinke Toyota
810-756-7114
1984 Vol kswagon GTI needs
head gasket
many
new
paris $300 I Best 313-371
0579
1987 Subaru DL 4WD station
wagon rei able good COndl
lion
new clulchJ brakes
Kenwood slereol cassette
Thule sk~ biKe rack $2 000
885-7451
ActJRA
Vigor 1992 4 door
luxury
sedan
5 speed
loaded
27 000
mites
$18795 313-491-4812
1985 HON DA CiVIC 1 5 Air
burns 011 S5OO/ best 810-
8285
1991 f.'azda Prolege LX Aula
black
loaded high miles
Excellenl
condlllon
War
ranty
$6 1001 beSI offer
810-7713227
1988 Mercedes Benz 190E
23L
fUlly eqUipped Excel
lent COndlllOn $10 400 882
2606
1986 Wi CabrIOlet oorrJertrble
whrte on wMe 5 speed air
WIre wheels
Sharp
car'
Only $4 500 Quatrty Auto
sales 81G-954-9900
OX All
manual
$6 950
VOLVO 87 240 4 door AulomatlC
air
76 000
miles
Depe ndable- Ou rable- sale
Perfect
cond ~lOn $5 800
8821417
1989
Honda
Accord
OX
93 000 FJonda miles Perfect
COndrtlOO Sa I bfue $5 500
886$13
CATAUNA
22
1975, satls
OB
accessones
I n good
condition
$4 100 Call 313-
8B4-8584
1992 COBfA 22 1/2 sport
boat loaded 5 7 Merc 110
tralfer
82
hours,
while
$18 500 810-774-;3506
SKI
18 Spyder
Sport WIth
trailer,
150 H P outboard
1990
Excellenll
$9800
810-286-2359
1981 20 diesel Motor sailor
fully eqUipped
mint cond~
tlon Including tmrler
1979
18 laguna
Windrose
fully
filled out Includes
tralle,
81G- 756-4600
FOUR
Wlnns
88-235
Sundowner 260 HP, low hours
I,aller
$18200
810-4451306
1989 24 Sunsatlon
Rocket
330 H P, Bravo oUldnve ex
oeIlent condition
Tratfer all
extras
$22,000
810-226__ 2604
_
Soott OaySaller,
,nmotor, tfllJler, new
& many
eKtras
$2,0001besl 879-4524
313-513.7250
10 radar delector
new IJres
$22 500 or assume
lease
$540 per mo nth 886-1852
ane,6
810-778-6072
1989
Toyota
Supra
Turbo
loaded low
miles $9,950 Rrnke Toyota
610-756-7114
red, one owner
---------6 II AUTOMOTlV£
TIUClIS
1975
Ford
Slake
Truck,
1957 Johnson Seahorse motor
5 1/2 hp, excellent cond~
tlon very low miles Best of.
fer 313-822-4098
SEARAY
1990 3101330 Ex
press
loaded
low hours
rada" HlA T 260 s, slip Ineluded
$72000
810-305-
8290
YAMAHA
1993 wave
Wllh Iraller
low
very
$5 4001
good
condition
12 bed
51800 or best 885-2248
Best 81G-725-2063
It Full
BOSTON Whaler
27
caboo
rare,
lIke
loaded
one
owner
1980 GMC pcckup 350 6 cyI,nreasonable
offer
der rebUlh engrne & trans(810)644-1444
miSSion
$950
313-521. 5096
----------
612 AUTOMOTIVE
VANS
1989
Plymouth
Voyager,
97,000 miles loaded good
condrtJon $5 400/ offer 881
4688
1892 Areostar XL Loaded 3 0
V-6, 59000
'TIlles supurtJ
conditIOn
$6 900 or best
810-775-4075
1988 Aerostar
Eddie Bauer
92K
one
owner
garage
kept trailer package, converts/ full bed $5,600 810-
294-0553
1986 GMC Sefan 8 passenger, loaded tmrler package
S3800 331 7746
1985 Dodge B-250 convelSlOn
van $1400 313-521-5096
1992 Dodge
lE loaded
lion
47K
881-4442
Gra nd Caravan
excellent cone
$13100
best
1987 Aeroslar
XL
Excellent
condition
87000
mlfes
loaded
54 595
313-5668854 885-2927 P m
1986 Ford van 1 Ion 8 cylinder needs work 313-8865951
613 AUTOMOTIVE
WAHTED TO IUY
TOWS 'R' US
Top
dolla,
paid
for any car
or truCK
S10G- S10,OOO
Anytime, Fast response
24 hours- 7 days
313-372-4971
313-321-8342,
Pager
ALL cars wanted' The goodl
The bad I The ugly' Top do~
la,
paldl
$50
$5000
Seven days 293-1062
614 AUTO INSURANCI
AUTO InsuranceLow down
payment
$125
Doesn t
maner what your drMng reccrd s like Partners Insur
ance 795-3222
runner
hours
new,
Any
Nick
canvas,
a-
JET
SkI- Kawasaki
300SX
good concfrtlon new staner
$1 500 885-4316
22
lion
533500
810-739-7492
sa
CHECKMATE
21
350 Alpha
SS dnve like new fast WIth
extras
W1th custom trailer
$16500
Best offer
810363-7785
DONZl
Ragazza
1988
23
cuddy
loaded
mint Must
sell Call 885-2238
SEASPRITE 1981 28 V bunk
AFT cabin fully eqUipped
OMC
350 au
250 hp
$9 500 810-954-1319
TIME share leasing
43 foot
WELLCRAFT
PORTOANO
Cost effectrve way to enter
tarn 1-81D-656-8822
leave
message
Best I 81 ().i)29 3842
CRESTLINER
1975 24 h en
glne perfect
Moving 0U1 of
state $2 900 81G-939-2383
25'
BOSTON
WHALER
Iraller
1985
Great condl
lIOn
MUSI sell
810-647
3713
13 MILE!
BOA TWELLS
son Alter
3641
space for rent
Seawal"
4098
ATIRACTIVE,
well kept 1 & 2
bedroom
renlals
Includes
appliances
carpellng
most
ulrlilles pnvale parking cOIn
laundry From $4301 month
886-2920
INEXPENSIVE
boat
wells
Grosse
POlnte Park area
$5OG- $1000 Large & Small
Coverae
wells
avallabte
Bob 685-8771
GROSSE
POinte Park- Mary
land
Very attractIVe one
bedroom
lower
Carpellng
ceiling fan faux fireplace
air
conditioner
In house
laundry 313-331-7330
.57 MOTORCYClES
65.
MOTOI HOMES
SALEM (92) Loaded Excellent
condrlton 26 foot, sleeps 8
Call after 5 $9 000
81G59!1-7852
the
time
to
on
In
BE THE
BASKET
and
now
to make
KI ngsley
to
why
see
765-4606
FORD 1989 mlCtorhome, 28
L .. sure Craft 20 000 miles
loaded
$25 500 810-476-
8956
TUILEIS
ALUMINUM
Ilghl 1981, sleeps
6, 20
futly se" contained
Good
conditIOn
In! out
$3 800 81G-790-n31
700 A'TS/FlATSIOU'l£X
--Point.s/HI".r
Wlod.
GARAGE
Apartmenl
SUitable
for SIngle lenant
$5001
month Call313-886-<l575
HARCOURT.
upper
2 bedroom,
fIonda room
hardW100d floors garage $n5
month pius ulilities No pets
823-5649
TWO
and
three
bedroom
tOWl1house
apanments
l0cated
In Grosse
POinte
Woods
Complelely
remodeled wrth stove refngerator
central air cable-ready and
full basement
WJlh washer
and dryer connections
Musf
see 313-222 5779
GROSSE
POinte Park Way
oum adorable ooe bedroom
rear cottage
Carpet appll
ances
$425
per month
Seeunty
$525
No pets'
Credit check 313-864-4866
room
S550
881-43n
1986 26 Feu r Winns Quest
Cabin
CrUiser
Mercrulser
mod
260
With
extras
$15900
Custom
trailer
$2 000
Great
for fishrng
and family fun
Call Ford
Prince
313-822-0010
9
430 823-1866 evemngs
24 5
Sea ray Weekender
cab n
Loaded
excellenl
condrtlOn trailer rebulh 0U1
dnve
1994 $11000
6105577445
2940
13 MILE! Little Mack 1 bed
room apartment
All appl~
ances
$480/
month
81D415-B507
Clalf Shores & Rosevlfle 1
& 2 bedroom
apartments
Central all carports
$450
and up 810-772-0831
ST
Large apart
ment nICe area 011 slreet
parking
$4751 month 81G7515265
LAKE FRONT
studiO
apart
ment $475 plus electrIC No
pets Credrt report required
810-466-0733
MODERN
ances
washer
one bedroom Appl ..
central
air
dIShwasher
dryer
11
Mrlel Jefferson area $480
month 313-274-2932
ONE
Bedroom
696- Great
oocluded
uppei,
Iocatron"
SpaCIOUS
SALES
IN THE ClASSlflEDS
ONE person,
one bedroom
upper Cadieux! Mack area
$375 plus secunty
UlJlltres
Incl uded No pets 810-852
1498 available Immediately
702 A'fS/FUTS/DU'lEX
S_C.SIMlcomb Counly
GEARUPFOR
SUMMERLIVlNG
NEAR CadleuK! Harper 2 bedroom ranch stove refngera
tor washerl dryer
carpet
cu rtalns
cellrng fans, ga
rage alarm No basement
Fenced yard $5001 1st and
lasl months
piUS secunty
dePOSit and Utititles
923-
ON LAKE Sf,CLAIR!
BRAND NEW!
fEATURING
BRAND
NEW & NEWLVREMODELED 1 &
4434
JEFFERSONJ
CI1almers area.
2 bedroom upper flat newly
decorated
appliances
In
eluded S350 Includes heat
Seeunty 313-3319300
4159 Haverh"~ East Warren!
Outer Onve area
2 bedroom Iowe r $3751 Seeu nty
81 G-296-0924
EASTLAWN
West of Cha~
mem, newly decorated
2
bedroom upper $375 Call
laVon
773-2035
ONE bedroom
upper, CI1andlier
Par1<l Cadieux
area
5519 GUilford $350 Includes
heat Secunty 810-296-0924
CHALMERS.
2
bedroom
lower carpeled decorated
qu el S275 & secUrity 882
44 69 or 6OQ.()940
702 A'TS/RATS/DUmX
S,C.SIMlclm~
C<>unly.
ONE bedroom apartment
air
condltlomng
apphances
at
IIC slorage
$415/
mon!h
plus secunty depoSit Wm
Lockard
Really
8105668910
2 BEDROOM
APARTMENTS
..
..
..
..
Carnoonl cellmgs.
Woodburnlng lirtplaces
WaI)' mclOSC15
Was.hc:rfdry:r opClons. and
laundry raclblles.
.. Mlcro""a\ol:S &. dISh,"ild~ll
.. MIni
blinds
.. Abund':ult stonge
P3110slbalconl~
III
.. InclLvldual Ul1lUSl0fi alarms
.. Cats & Dog .. un<k r 20 Itls
Ylclcomc
.. l An!>CCrcuse School D1Slnet
.. ()OOO~ rL ClUbOOu.sc:\llltf1
racquetball & ntne.ss center
.. Pool and oulJoor hot llloh
.. c;rxetacular",.;:a[C'r\lc\o\So
ONE BEDROO\1S
FROM $615
0 BEDROOMS
FROM $640
$[50 SECURITY
I>EPOSIT SPECIAL!.
( [1\ll1 hI> TIME ONLY!
T\'
I 9-1 To It"m Par,~ay bel.. ""
Shoo, & Croderon l<lTeMllA,e
VILLAGE GREEN ON
LAKE Sf, ClAIR
(~10)7~1.JJ3
Moo.-fu IlM.s.t.<J-5'&n 125
OI'l'NW~
EHO
702 APTS/FlATSjOU'UX
S_C.S/Ml(lm~ Counfy
'Some
on
Lake
St. Clair
re'i"ctlOns
apply
,il
Introducmg
Brand
New'
LuxurIou~ lakeVIew Home<;
Enonnou, Wood Deck,
PrIvate Yacht Harbor
SEADOO
1991 XP
Spare
prop cove", excellent cond,
lIOn $3 750 or Best 810-
"'..,
;0 J'<tCHT
1-94/
Heat
882
GARAGE
DEVONSHIRE!
Mack 3 bedroom lower, fireplace
recently decorated $415 882
7065
102 UTS/FlATS/DU'UJ(.
S.C.SIM.clm~
County
~~l~'\
SO
put there eggs In
basket
810268.
many
our
C,,\lfl "P<1Ii~
1987 Chns Craft "J 260HP
less
Ihan
200
hours
$12500
810-776-5896
IS
your
Hop
701 A'TS/FLAT~/DUmx
D.fllil/Wlyn.
Count,
WINNEBAGO
1989 21
LeShare
Fully
eqUipped
23000 miles $17,800 81G-
HARPER
Woods
6
apartmenl
upper
I
7065
TROMBLEY
Road- SpaCIOUS
upper 3 bedroom $975 No
JEFFERSONJ
MasonIC, one
pets
Heal rncluded
881
bedroom,
first floor, small
3829
quret oomplex
Non-smokIng $435 Includes heat
GROSSE POinte Shores lake81G-:!96-2613
SIde
camage
house
7
rooms appl ances Ir1Cluded
$1 000
month
Oays 8848880 evenings 884-2614
651 MOTOI HOMIS
''0
IS here
move
FARMS
corner of Ridge &
Moran
Lower 2 bedrooms
S975 8819702 or 810-939
1286
Island
80atwells
Summerl
Winter
Summer
313-822
1994
Honda
Magna,
700
miles 2 helmets
mrnt condition, askrng $8 195 (new
$7 200) 88.>2248
810-
91 SCHOENHERR
5820
HARBOR
covered
BEST
IN A BEAUTIFUL
876 Trombley large luxunous
upper, 3 bedrooms 2 baths
fi replace
breakfast
room,
garage
No pots
Secunty
deposit
$1000 pe, month
plus utrhtres 882-3965
810-nl
awt
BE AN EGG
BASKET
YOU CAN
WHEN
Spnng
$200 per sea
Rd area 822
1 bed.
All
monlh
IN ,AN ORDINARY
TROMBLEY
Road- SpaCIOUS2
bedroom
upper
~replace
enclosed
rear porch
ga
rage
basement
Ideal ac
commodation
lor Single or
couple
No pels' Secunty
depoSit
S895
Ava'laole
June 1S1 ThiS IS a handsome apartment'
824-4131
aher 6 pm
BOATWElLS
24 Introductory
$795
Restauranl
party
sto re
showers
Decker s
810-794-4641
BOAT
WHY
GROSSE
POlnie Pad< 1069
Waybum
lower flat, 3 bedroom hardwood flooo; Fin
IShed rec room lav m basemenl LOiS 01 slorage space
$4751 month plus ulllities &
secUrity depoSit 331.f;770
BOA TWEll
up 10 30 oost
and roof WIde canaJ nea,
lake 810-779-2992
L,nle Mack
a~aH nt3'nl
ances
$4801
415-B507
Have It All Year Round ...
BOSTON
Whaler
11 feet
mrnl electnc slart 20 h0rsepower lTlOIor Iraller $2 750
886-3575
6S1 10ATS AND MOTO~S
CARVER 36 An cab1n 1992
low hours T1454 heal air
cond/tronrng
$ 156900
TWO bedroom 1 5 bath cen
tral air heal waler Included
Well malnlalned & secure
5650 884-<l735
LOVEL Y,
qUiet
furnished
apartmenf In Ihe Farrn< no
smoking
available
May
27th $475 utllilleS Included
88.>1513
BOA TWELLS aVllJtable on lhe
beautiful
Cfrnton
River
G real
pnces
slartlng
al
$1 600 annually
24 hour
guard
Showers
la undry
play grounds
Markley Manne, 31300 North RNer Rd
He"lson
Township
Call
8 1 Q..469.8()()()
FT WInner 88 cuddy
110,
low
hours
E Z
loader VERNIER
1 bedroom
upper
lrllJ ler, low hours Many ex
carpeled
appliances
tras $17,700 757-0027
washerl
dryer
central air
no ullltles
garage
$525
BAYllNER
1989 2955 Avantl
884-4669
twin 305's excellent cond~
CATALINA
27 1977, 3 salls
outboard
wheel
sleenng
900 884-9529
KERCHEVAL
/BEACONSFIELD
Two bedroom
appliances,
$475
810-626.4455
F1SHERMANS
Spec1at
16
Fox Creek Dockage $2751
season
Off slreet parl<'ng
secure yard 822-4903
_
FOUR Winns 1990 220 Honzon bown<ier WIth malchlng
twl n axle trat ler 351 Cobra
5/5 stereo
tape
depth
ga uger 2 lops III
low hours Excellent COnd,
tlon $16500
Weekdays
5 313-2740060
J EF FERSO N near 23 Mile- 2
bedroom
heat
Included
5450 monlh piUS security
depoSiI 810-725-3841
10AT STORAGEI
DOCKAGE _
654
COVERED
boat wells
Fox
Creek canal for boalS up to
25 882-9268
CEN TURY
79 26 1/2 Wllh
1990 LIbetty I railer
Very
good condilion
free stored
until May 1 A must see I
$6 500 810-879-8345
1992 Yamaha Waverunner
III
Mint condlllOn Wllh Iraller
cover and 2 life lackels
Very
low hours
$5 000
81 Q-445-(l902
ONE bedroom
GlOSsa POlnte
Park
Ma,ckl
Lakepo nle
area $325 881-4052
IWill
Iwtn 260 TAS dnves
new canvas exoellent oondltlOn
$19500
81D-463-
19' FLY
cludes
main
CENTURY
1984 30 Grande
300
to 5
beam
Loran
aula trim tabs stove refrigerator
AFT
cabin
twin
mercs
low
hours
Full
camper
canvas
$29 950
810-396-4653
19"7
1991 M,tsublshl 3000 GTVR4
1988/89 Wellcraft 210 aasslc
60 000 miles, no aCCidents
great condition
Extras Inexcellenl
condlUon
loaded
eluded
Make olfer
884rncludlng car phone & bUill. _2_88_1
_
774-0320
1988 RED ACURA Integra air
cassene
atarm 66K Must
see $5 200 822 5159
'
H ON DA CivIC 1993 2 door
coupe low miles I ke ne-w
$9 900 881 2944
4
door
Not run rung or
In bad shape
1991
Bu ICk LeSabre
Low
miles
excellent
oondrtK)n
$10800 810-773-2824
604 AUTOMOTtVE
ANTIQUE/CLASSIC
822-
610 AUTOMOnVE
S'ORfS CAllS
1989
BUICk RMera,
30,000
miles, clean loaded, black,
red leather
S9 500
8863857
1893 Chevrolel
Cavalier
RS
convemble,
bu rgundy WIth
whrte top
V6
aJr, aula
loaded
low miles
Only
$12 599 Quatrty Auto Sales,
810-954-9900
laredo
Sea'all
30
1993 Grand Cherokee Laredo
wh tel gray 2&E package
excellent
cond lIOn 48 000
mlfes $17500
886-0745
1990 JEEP Cherokee lImlled,
loaded
excellenl condition
50K leather, $135001 best
Musl selll 882-6064
1990 Toyota Caml)'
power air 5 speed
Excellent condrtlOn
882 2216
WElLCRAFT
1994 G rand Cherokee LI mrted
Sandalwood
mrnt oond,oon
low
mileage
laser
diSC,
loaded V-8 tratler package
Nonsmoker
$25 000
or
besl 313-8927685
before 9
1992 Cadillac
SeVjIIe ST&
Leather
loaded
54000
miles one owner 517 750
Rinke
Cadillac
810-757-
CLASSIFIED
SANDPIPER
81
saltboat
18 5 trailer sleeps 4, ex.
cellent condrtlOn many ac
cessones
$4 000 810-967
4074
702 APTS/FlATS/DUPlIX
S.C.s/Mlclm~ Clunly
700 A'TS/FlATS/OU~LEX
'"inl •• /Hor,er W.. ~.
.5 I lOAfS AND MOTOII
1436
606 AUTOMOTIVE
JEEPS/4-lYHEIl
1993 GMC SuburtJan SLE 8
passenger 4 X 4, low miles
loaded
ome
owne r
$22 900
RI nke
Cadillac
810-757-3700
3700
IOATS AND MOTOIS
21' Rinker cuddy 1985 trwler
140 h P
rebuln
Elderly
owner
$5800
810778
1991
Rega~
Loaded
gray
leather sunroof, aJl highway
miles very good oondloon
$7 200 885-9330
1988 Capnce stalJOn wagon
loaded,
well
malnlalned
$4 1001 best olfer 313-884-
0975
.SI
pm
sa
pm
AUTOMOnV£
FOlD
60S AUTOMOnVE
FOI£IGN
1993 BUick Roodmaster
new
car warranty excellent condition
16 500
miles
$16200 77Hi027
1971 Oldsmob Ie Cullass 350
Rockel
fair condilion
313
886-5951
1994
Le8aron
Comertlble
red
black
lap
leather
8900 mile,
$ 15 500/ best
882-0784
.02
r
603 AUTOMOTIVE
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The Connection
Apnl 13, 1995
705 HOUSES FOil Il£NT
'"inles/H",er
W.. ~s
SUMMER June 29lh July MT Clemens 2 slory 5 bed
16th Charming
Grosse
room home Good cond tlon
POinte Farms home- air
Cass Avenue for lease
lovely grounds 2 bedroom
Gooc cred I and lnanclal
2 112bath library slunn ng
references
required
Call
k Ichen family room garden
81G-4S5-SS2O
ask for Frank
room
terrace
no
smo k ng
or pets References S9501
week 313-884-8441
NEFF Roa~ 3711 Available
now 3 bedroom 1 112balh
2 car garage Fully air con
dltloned
$9501 month
Crane Really Co 884-6451
NEFF. Village 3 bedroom apphances fireplace garage
Available May 17 S850
811).645-5512
716 OFfICES/COMMEIlCIAl
FOil lENT
716 OFFlCES/COMMEIlClAl
FOIlIlENT
707 HOUm FOil RENT
S,C.S,/M.um~
Clunly
TWO adjOnlng o~lces for renl
Includng ul'l es DeSirable
Mack Ave address 313884-6231
GROSSE POINTE.
FISHER ROAD
ST Cia" Shores- 22731 Ava
Fisher Mews Bldg F"st
Ion Manerl Mack north 01
floor Executive sUlle on
Vernier
3 bedroom faocn
co~1,a C appro x 650 sq
garage $770 month 810It High ceilings lols of
776-4290
Windows kllchenelle
private lav With shower, 5
ST
CLAIR Shores 3 bed
day lamlor Available now
'Oom 2 car garage washer
dryer and stove I,cluded
Second floor small Single
$655 per oncnlh plus secu
office With large Window
nly and references No petsl
Immediate occupancy
810-7776489 81().77J.4764
723 VACAnON RENTAl
, NORTHERN MICHIGAN
FRESHLY REDECORATED
PETOSKEY
GOOD LOCATION
HARPER WOODS
121 of offrcel comfortable and corwenlenl,
I"
"crpe- W::x;,CI ',6(x)
Very mce
IqlKJre
illite
feet
each
Neor
I 94
and Veml ... for emy on/oR X
Wrtt Spe<lol features IIldude
COn'l€lllent porlung, enlrollCe
wolhng
orea,
IUllCheoo/soock
complete
Ipe<lol
oreo
kitchen
Wlfu
Great
HARPER WOODS.
GROSSE POInte Woods 2 BUNGALOW 1 1/2 balhs ga
neighbors come VI Iitl
rage 2 bedroom flOlshed
VERNIER! )-94
bedroom family room mod
313.116.1763 (logo, SI..... )
upstalrs
nice home
nice
Eastpointe Plaza Bldg
ern kJtchenw Ih appliances
area 22432 Harper lake
0'
Now leaSing first floor 3
central air 2 car garage wi
.10.540.1000 Ifl. SI.d.r,)
810-7713033
week
days
af
clop $875 plus securly an~
roam sUite free parking 5
ler
700
p
10
references ThiS IS a lovely
HARPER! 8 Mile UII ties
day lamlor 9-5 weekdays
home 885-4934
parking Immediate occu
VIrginia S, Jeffnes
701
HOUSES
WANTED
TO
RENT
pancy STIEBER 810-775882-0899
THREE bedroom 2 1/2 balh
4900
Cenler hall brick coiomal
KENNEDY BUilDING
home Grosse POlnle Park PALM BEACH couple Wishes
office sUites LARGE prlvale office on Mack!
to rent Farms luxury home Affordable
Windmill POinte area Cen
Woods Utili es parking
Large area/single sUiles
July and Augusl
Non
Iral air 2 car garage Pallo
S275 882 7300
18121 East 8 Mile Road
smolo:'ers non drinkers
No
& porch No pels nonsmok
opposite Eastland Mall
children
or
pets
Have
721 VACATION IlENTAL
mg
Fumlshed
0
unfur
Impeccable home 10 Palm
FLORIDA
nlshed Available May 1st
776-5440
8each
Former
Kem,rood
$14001 monlh
519253
Rd resldenl Call 407 820 GROSSE POINTE WOODS MARCO Island 2 bedroom 2
9763
balh condo on beach From
21002 Mack Ave Dlstm2699
THREE bedroom ranct> 2
$1 lOOper week 3 bed
gUlshed off ce space aval~
baths air newly decorated
room 2 bath waterway
able
In
award
wlnmng
70' TOWNHOUSES/CONDOS
2 car garage SB65 881
home From $1 300 per
FOil RENT
profeSSionalbulid ng Many
week Jim or Karen Harbor
0505
ame""les 884-1234
LAKESHORE Village- 2 bedview
Realty 800-494-<1836
THREE bedroom bungalow 2
room lownhouse An laun GROSSEPOinteWoods- From
112bath Updated through
$225 month Includesall utll NAPLES On The Gull lovely
dry dishwasher basement
one bedroom guest house
out $9251 monlh All apph
Itles
k Ie hen
conference
poel $6501month 313-882
wllh poel on qUiet beau~rul
anoes 810-775-1460
810-7594387
4199
lake Close to beach across
GROSSEPOinteFarms Lovely 9 MILE! Je~erson RIVieraTer DELUXE office space Grosse
from Pelican Bay $575 per
3 bedroom 2 112balh bnck
POinte Park 3 or 4 office
race 2 bedroom 2 full
week 813-598-2224
Colonial Hot tubl exerclsel
su Ie With secretanal space
balhs $750 81Q.774-7692
FlOrida room remodeled
Your own slorage, k~chen PORT-CHARLOTIE Condoon
Beeper Hll 0-610-8726
Ihe water available weekly
krtchen pallo on Mem
lav heal arr adjacent park
monlhly
Golf packages
weather Nicely furmshed or HARPER Woods 151 lloor
Ing lot 313-822-1J012beCondo
r
bedroom
d
nlng
ava lable 313-534-7306
unfurnished SI 550 No
tween 9 am &4pm
Monroom app"ances
S425
smoking or pels Ava lable
day Fnday
KEY WEST Deluxe 2 bed
885-8839
May 15 884-0903 or 313room oceanfront condo
HARPER Woods- store or 01
5204084
ONE bedroom I"st 1I00r
Amemlles
Include
Whlfl
frce 0 n servlce Orlve
Mack! Cadieux $390 n
poolS gym tenms bikes
20602 Harper 881-4377
cludes heat Newer decor
olympiCsize pool Speclacu
ST DaJr Shores- 200 sq It
appliances 822-1J755
!ar Views from every room
and larger located one mlnFrom $1 0001 week Ownerl
HARPERWoods- Very clean 3 MT Clemens North Rose
ule from I 94 and 1-696Inter
brochure 513-7913439
Townhouse 2 bedrtoo10
bedroom 1 bath 2 gar ga
change seeretanal seMce
family room 1 112 balhs
722 VACATION IlENTAL
rage fenced yard fimshed
available Smoke free bUild
basemenl Good references
OUT OF STAT!
basement $7751 month
Ing 810-7712828 for 'nfor
and financial statements re81G-38().9190
mal on
NANTUCKET ISLAND
qurred For Info call 81D-465GREAT Harper Woods loca
Plan now for Fall
5520
GROSSE POinte Woods- Ideal
tlonl One bedroom Bunga
Over 1 DOO pnvate homes
lor vaned buSiness uses or
low clean, appliances din ST Paul- Grosse POinte C<ly
All pnce ran ges Best
olf ces Owner wlil constder
3 bedroom 1 112 bath
Ing room storage close to
selectIOn
now
The
leaSing all or part 01 bUIldClose to schools and park
shopping no pets 8675
Maury People (50B) 228Ing Red Carpel Kelm
Small pets allowed $825
81lJ.739{)535
1881 Open 7 days a
Shorewood 886-8710
Coldwell Banker Schweitzer
Delores 810-309-7305
week
16129 Mack 900 sq It stoneHARPER Woods
Grosse
Pmnte
714 LIVING QUAIlTlllS
TO SHAIlE
bordenn9
3 bedroom
NEED A ROOMATE?
briCk 2 car garage 21761
All ages Occupations
Bcumemouth $750 810- Backgrouunds & lifestyles
268-5656
Seen on 'Kelly & Co '
wooas- three bedrooms fire- Home.Male SpeCialists
644-6845
place garage patio basement Fence No pets 8875 PRIVATE upstarrs stud'o
8813093
share kltchenl laundry
$3201 month Includes uti"
706 HOUSES FOil IlENT
ties alr cable 882 7679
Dot .. i' /Wlyno Clun'y
Joe
ONE bedroom large IlYIng
room large kllchen en
closed porch 1 1/2 car ga
rage $350 882-3057
CLASSIFIED ADS
Seniors ONLY J.'«partmrllts
- Van Transportatmn
• Age 55 & Over
- Smal' Dogs Allowed
In "Doggie RO'N"
• Affordable
I
Walloon
Four season
MACK Avenue bUSinessoffice
for rent 500 square feel
ul htles Included $600 per
monlh 885-7776 8821850
For tht" fin'
THE POINTES- 15450 East
Jeherson 12X12 Includ ng
reception servICes phol1e
system u1llrtles, parking
$500 331 2600
Lucille Jordan ,\s~oClalr~
r-
• SOCial ActNll;rPS
COLONIAL
homes
.
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formal on call
0222
1 800 754
'07 IASEMlNT
• _. _. - WUnI'lOOflMG'-
LAKE CharlevoIX beaullful new home waterfronl
T
sleeps 12 stone frreplace
dock deck Call 31309951752
CLARE. wlnler weekend or
summe reservations LakeIronl caolns and house
Frreplaces 1-810-626-4383
HARBOR Spnngs Lake MiChl
gan Sandy beachfront 3
bedroom 2 bath home
SI 9501week EffiCiencycol
lagel S750 313-4299459
HOMESTEAD- Four booroom
lake
M chlgan
resort condo
o~ers outslandng como na
tlon of spectacular
view and
localIOn CaI810-644-1J254
I
CASEVILLE, watenront cot
tage on Sagrnaw Bay
Sleeps 8 cable VCR
everything prOVided but
linen $700 a week 331
6989
20-490 HAlU'!R AVE
HAlU'!R WOOl>S, Ml48225
313 881-2000
(0MPIrn
oma <nmR
-WlOmllOlllCe lioparr <l\ llhble
vacation home
ALSO
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(err IlUt ll~rpl
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SPACIOUS DELUXE
ONE & Two BEDROOM
UNITS
(ope ....I1'\"1
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771-3124
Open 1)-5 Mlll1rla~ thm frid<l)
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Applia~ce
FREE ESTIMATES
Mark W. Anderson
..
8 Federal SIre",
1'antut.l.t I, '1 \ 02~)1
THOMAS KLEINER
-
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BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING
Digging Method
All New Drain Tile
Peaston e Backfill
Spotless Clean up
Walls Straightened &
Braced or Replaced
Foundations underpinned
Brrck & Concrete Work
10 Year Guarantee
Licensed & Insured
Expert TUCkpOlntlng- Bnck
Reparr-Porch Rebrrcklng &
Rebulldrng
-Steps-Cemenl
or Bnck Walks & Patios.
Licensed
Insured
JOHN PRICE
882-0746
EXPERT Bnck Reparr Tuck
polnllng chimneys, porches,
steps The Bnck Doctor
Richard Pnce Licensed
882-3804
P~11t, ~
Fanuh' BUSiness
"Since 1924"
1\11
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1-,.pt.
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BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING
39 YEARS
EXPERIENCE
&'&'5-2097
912 IUIIOING/IlEMODILING
MERRELL Constnuctlon SpeCialiZing custom remodelIng kltchens bathrooms
wmdows roofs High quality'
882-1J148
LAWN SIGNS
JuST IN TIME FOR SPRING!
18' x 24" 2 Sided Coroplmt
'02
AlUMINUM
YORKSHIRE
BUILDING &
RENOVATION INC.
-Add lions
- Kitchen & Bathroom
Remodeling
SIDING
• Arch~tectural Services
Available
QlULiI
Y WORK
Licensed & Insured
881-3386
313-881.1060
L,censed & Insured
IIlICK/ILOCK
WORK
CliAS. F.
JEFFREY
•
•
•
crete
Steps
porches
Door>
• Both,
Soeps
• Roo~ng
Porches
• Plumbing
Window,
• Electnco]
• Kllchen
Vlolot on (orfechons
In~ura(lceWork
S'11QIIIOb,lool
Fa r Price/Dependable
313/ 369-0140
ALL lypeS of maso1ry & can
ch'11-
Licensed
ne, ~ luckpo nhng repair or
rpb lid
Basement water ~o,;.».,»:«-».'«'....
~
prooflnq
glass
bk>ck
WI NTE'--R~
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do,ls Col Dueh?ne Con ~
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Im~JJ!l>Ui!fj:Gi1MJ
882-6900
800 or 810-463-1799
QUick'
••
810/n6-5710
Brrck Flagstone Walks
& Pallos
Parches Re bu lit
Pre Cast Steps
Tuck POlnllng
Cement Work
Basemenl Walerprooflng
Licensed
Insured
882-1800
886.5565
d
$35 ea. 2/$59
CLAGGEn
SIGNS
29408 Harper (rearl. SCS
Eastview Aluminum, Inc
Sidings, storm doors,
roofing & seamless gutters
17301 Mack Ave, DetrOIt
'II
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Classified
wrre step stoke
(3 lones/l color)
11
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With
DANIC CO.
v\ 11l ...
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4-
Aft 71f{U4
CAPIZZO CONST.
881-3471
ClEAR
de
J W KLEINER SR.
MASON CONTRACTOR
SERVING THE
POINTES for 35 YEARS
Brrck Block, and Stone
work an d all types
of repairs
Brrck & Flagstone Patios
& Walks, Porches,
Chimneys, Tuck.Polntlng
Patching
Vlolatrons Corrected
SpecialiZing In Small Jobs
Free Estimates/licensed
882-0717
810-296-3882
881-8035 881-5135
RtR. COBBENS
48D21
...
5'9'5-2097
BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING
10 YEAR GUARANTEE
FREE ESTIMATES
M JOYCE
Basement Waterproofing
Cement Work
Free Estimates
526-6028
CHARLEVOIX Elk Rap ds
Chalet on bay $9501week
517-835-2090
..
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WATERPROOFING
WALL STRAIGHTENING
10 yr GUARANTEE
FREE ESTIMATES
Licensed & Insured
Economical'
Effective
GVARANTEFO
FRFF
-
SEAVER S Home Malnte
nance
Tuck POinting
Sleps Chimneys Stone
Work Porches Insured
Expenenced 882.QOOO
Walls Straightened &
Braced or Replaced
526.9288
10 Yea r Guarantee
J&J Basemenl Waterproofing
Footings
Underpinned
licensed and Insured Free
Llcen sed
Ins ured
Est,males
Reasonab'e
882-1800
rates 81Q.296-4065
Saxony Office Center
IMONato'P'P- .. - - --...._--
(Ju
1<Jew. 7U.oA:
A-1 WORK
licensed & Insured
10 year g uaran tee
(all" our
r ro
t4 1tuu ~
•
•
"Repair
American
Basement
Waterproofing
(508) 228-44 t9
A Callahan BUilding
17200 Ten Mile Road, Eastpomte,
7~1I/MIh<~
BASEMENT
Hemingway
POinte
WATERPROOFING
'04 AS'HALT 'AVING/
Club 3 bedroom 3 balh
WALLS STRAIGHTENED
IlEPAIRS
Condo $3 000 month 517
AND REPLACED
345-9122
C & J Asphalt 100 Driveways
10 YEAR GUARANTEE
seal coating & parking lots
COTIAGE. wanted for rent
Family BUSIness
Insured Owner supervlSed
Traverse Oly Chartevolx
LICENSED
INSURED
773-8087
Gaylord area Sandy shore
TONY
885-0612
a must Week of August 5
--'07 .ASEMENT
thru August 11 81D-884- WATlIl'1l00fING
CHAS. F.
6759
rental "JH t.l"h"'l .ll
DenniS Dilworth or Barbara Eaton
Moms & Berke Real Estate Group, Inc
(810) 362-6800
I
L.aMd
'low",t
See 114 0"
Dishwasher
.,l V.l( .lllOn
Saxony Office Center In EastpOinte has available a
separate, 2 stOll' office sUite Ideally SUited for a
Single user service orgamzallon seeking upscale
accommodations In a conveniently located east Side
suburban setting ClaSSIC bUilding archilecture wllh
high ceilings hardwood lIoors onglnal woodwork
pnvate elevator and more In addition, Saxony Place
has other excellent sUites ranging In size trom t 000
to 3 000 square feet
I
..
ANDY'S MASONRY &
CHIMNEY REPAIR
All masonry, brrck, water.
PIOO~ ng reparrs
SpeCialiZing
In
tuck
pointing & small lobs
Licensed & Insured
Free estimates 88HJ505
BRICK RepairS Porches
steps tuck porn~ng glass
block Wlnclows coce vlO!a
tlons 810-779-6226 KeVin
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VOIX
Law Film • CPA - Financtal Services Group
Architectural or Engineering Firm
- SOUTH O}' 1() ~"HLE
FRO,\! $605~!.
884.7139
Servrng Commumty 25 yrs
UICll:IIlOCII: WOIlll
BRICK work luckpo,nt,ng
Small lobs Reasonable
S,nce 1924- R R Goddens
WATERFRONT-Lake Charte-
A Special Place
for a special org~nization
[;ECU1UTY
ALL WORK
GUARANTEED
LICENSED
-
716 OFFICES/COMME1lCIAL
FOil WENT
I~
Walls, Repolled
EAST POINTE
APPLIANCE REPAIR
No Service Charge
With RepairS
Courteous ProfeSSional
Service an all
Malor appliances
Deal direct With Owner
1'>~IOr)
Ask for Jeanne or Tom
BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING
Sirarghtened
Replaced
1<.(\Ct
! ~11('Il,ll~lfl".. '>f'(ur
- PRIVATE 11\SE'IE' T
- CENTRAL AIR
CONDITIONING
• CARPORTS .\VAlLABLE
.CLOSETOSHOPMNGAND
FINE RESTAURANTS
• SWIM'IING POOL&.
CLUBHOUSE
SPECnL-,t200
~kmlln
ln~W'('Io;.,
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R.L.
STREMERSCH
5ERVICE
phone TV golf, pool sandy
beach
small
lake
$5OOIweek810-647-7233
LUOINGTON- Hamlin Lake 1
3 bedroom kitchens FISh
.ng Free boats $315- 85751
week 61&a45-5882
Sm,1I10,1O
111,0 JO, '0 I'I
."L1ANCE
RELAX In Boyne Country
Peloskey Five bedroom
COTTAGE on Lake Michigan
In hlstoncal area of Holland
Four bedrooms Sleeps 8
$1 300 per week Call 517
652-8208after 7 p m
POINTE OFFICI CINTlA
903
TWELVE month lease Qualnt
SERVICE
3 bedroom 2 1/2 bath lur
Fast, Courteous
mshed home Wlth magnfl
ProfeSSional
Service
cent water VIew on East
Bluff Dnve Harbor Spnngs
Dryers
Available June 1S1 8130964- Washers
Dishwashers
Ranges
2<\04
Refrrgeralors
HARBOR Spnngs summer va
Microwaves
cat on rentals Two to 4 bed
Garbage
Drsposals
room homes collages &
& MORE
condominiums avallable
Please call for rales &
247-4454
dales GnahamMgt 163 E 296-5005
Main Harbor Spnngs MI
49740 615-526-9671
HOUGHTON Lake- 3 bedroom
cottage on the waler Sa ndy
beach golf courses nearoy
Great fishing 81G-540-2312
~810"778"OI20
J Home Specialists Quality
"'ding tn10 & guners No
middle man All work guar
anleed Free osl mates We
also do repars Bcb 3130
8222808
Ted 810 790
oc,53 Beeper810-954-4250
TORCH Lake Resort ExperI
776-1750
ence the wondenul Irfe
walenront log cab ns field
ALL WEATHER
slone f"eplace
sandy
REFRIGERATION
beach Call for brochure REPAIRED & INSTALLED
8811780
Commerclill.Resldentlal
HARBOR Springs Michigan ALL MAKES & MODELS
large Vlctonan home and CALL MIKE
882-0747
Two 4 bedroom V lias Oayl
DOC'S
week Ski golf reunions
F,ee Brochure 313-426
2507
APPLIANCE
AT Mullet Lakeflont Log Col
150 1050 sq ft
lages motel Beach docks
9 MILE/HARPER(no" I 941
cable, microwave Clean
ST~RTIN('AT SI2 50 CROSS
616-6277328
UTilITI£S/lANlTOR
OFF 5TRffT PARKING
PARTITIONING
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tree ory 0 ervtCeS
:~:'I~~/H~m~tc~~PI~~:~
furnished Sw,mm ng golf
723 VACATION RENTAL
NOWTHERN MICHIGAN
EASTINORTH
I D·
Lake
vacation
NANTUCKET I~LAND
Fax (313)343-5569
882-6900
702 APTS/FlATS/DU'UX
S.C,S/M'Clm~
Clunly
702 A'TS/FUTS/DU'UX
S.C.S/Mocom~
Counly
front $400 month 313-824- SMOKEY MOUNTAINS
7900 Pager - H11Q-409OLDE MIll HOUSE
3359
RENTALS
MACK/Fisher. :,mall oUlld. cabins
chalets
condos
Ing (2 offices & lobby), all
~replaces
spas
kltc h
or share
ens so me on creeks
Skiing
golf
horseback
GROSSE POinte- 1400 sq
riding
rafting,
gem
It studiO wrth court yard
mines
nearby
1247
The Real Estate Market,
Georgia Hwy Franklin
313-884-1500
NC 28734 Reservations,
1-704-524-5226
GROSSE POlnieCrty pnme of
fice space for lease on
Mack Avenue SUitesof varIOUSs,zes 1500 sq It lotal
Eastside ManagementCompany 884-4887
area
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~ (810) 791.5128
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Grosse Pointe News
The Connection
April 13, 1995
Directory of Services
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Ul.lUIWlHG/RfIl\OOIUl4G
BARKER
CONTRACTORS
Modernlzallon. Alteralions
-Additions-Family Rooms
'Kltchens'Recreatlon
Areas
JAMES BARKER
CARPET rnslallatlon and repal{
SBlVlce 21 years expen
enee Pad available Call
313-527 9084
917 CEILING/PLASTERING
886-5044
CEI~EHT WORK
'1'
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CAPIZZO CONSTRUCT
QUALITY WORK
ALL TVPES OF
CEMENT, BRICK AND
BLOCK WORK
Garages raised & set
dawn on new ralWall and
floor Waterproofing
LICENSED & INSURED
TONY
885-0612.
SAFE FLUE
CHIMNEY
ScrC<'f1s
In"alled
• Mortal
'1.
1624
8687
I'LASTERING and drywall repaIrs Textunng and stucco
Insured Pele Taromlna
489-2967
GARAGE
STRAIGHTENING
AND REBUILDING
Replace Rotten Wood
Guaranteed
John Price
882-0746
1JUdtdP,AA
Concrete
CEILING repalIS water damage cracks palnllng plaster texture or smooth Joe
Chimney Repair
PLASTERING, Drywall Taping
& Spray Textunng New &
Repalr Free Estimates Insured 25 years expenenee
Jim Upton 7734316
MICHIGAN Carpet Upholstery
Cleaners Free Estimates
22725 Greater Mack Please
call 1-80!.J.006-1515
Pallas & Porche>
R.L.
'16 CAWPIT INSTAllATION
GARY S Carpet SelVlce Insta~~at~onreslretchlng Repairs carpet & pad available 774-7828
ADS
STREMERSCH
Call In
Early
WEDNESDAY, 8-5
THURSDAY, 8.5
FRIDAY, 8.5
MONDAY, 8.6
CEMENT CONTRACTOR
Class1fied AdvertiSing
882.6900
Or FAX anytime 343-5569
Include ad copy Visa or
MasterGard number ex
p"atLon date name ad
dress. phone & signa
lure
S & K CARPET
ReSidential Commercral
Stressing Quality
Reasonable Pnces
CALL GENE 885-5730
'12 IUllDING/RIMODElIHG
'12 IUIL01NG/REMODElING
WHEN YOU SEE TIllS SIGN AT
All Major Brandsl
Complimentary
Estimates
I
TOMTREFZER
882-5169
COACHLIGHT
CHIMNEY SWEEPCO
S!D t.Jcomed
515<
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Get Our Prices!
IXL GLASS
SQUIER
Sash and Screen
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19807 MackAve
Grosse Pointe Woods •
A:Jnt.tRtrl'lCVJI
! 884.0484
.
FURNITURE
IlfIHI511IN40/liPAI15.
FURNITURE refinIShed re- SEAVER SHame
Malnte
palfed slnpped any type of
nance Gutters replaced recaning Free esllmales 345
palfed cleaned roof repalrs
6258 661 5520
662'()()()()
SERVING THE
GROSSE POINTES
SINCE 1965
FAMOUS Malnlenance Window & gutter clean ng lJ.
censed bonded Insured
ELECTRIC INC
GARAGE stralghtenlng and
Since1943 884-4300
Master Licensed &
door a1lgnmenl board reInsured
pall crack and cement r& STEVE S gutte cleaning Gut
ters & downspouts repalred
- ReSidential - Commercial
palf l.Jcensed and rnsured
Ffee
estlmales
Insured
• Fast Emergency SeMce
John Pnce 882'()746
Reasonable rates 313-1l84SENIOR CITIZENS'
'43 LANDSCAPIRS/ 6199
DISCOUNT
GARDENERS
GUTTERS Installed repalfed
LAWN service by expenenced
cleaned Screen JnstallalJon
Wayne State student Marl<
FREE roof inspection, Sen15215 MACK
313-885-7865
Ior discounts FREE estl
LICENSED e~lnclan- free esmales Reasonable rates
timates No jOb too S'Tla1l MAC'S TREE AND
Licensed & Insured Northcall Gary Martin 882 2007
eastern
Improvements Inc
SHRUB
TRIMMING
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COMPLETE WORK
CUSWORTH
886.4448
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F1NCfS
Reasonable rates, quality RUSSELL SHame
Repa"
service Gall Tom 776New seamless gutters repairs c1eamng Free est>
4429
mates 882-5416
FlOWER gardens planled and
-mamatamed
Free estl
'45 HANDYMAN
mates 31:Hl31 7231
MODERN FENCE CO
Michigan White Cedar
Spec laiisl s
29180 GratIOt Ave
RoseVille
776-5456
K & K LAWN
MONARCH Renovations offers
RESDLUTE BUildng SeMCeS
you ccmplete Home ImAND SHRUB
No money down All work
provements/ RepalrsI cooe
'27 DUPERIES
SERVICES
guaranteed 21 years e~penViolations Including plum~
'20 CHIMNEY ~E~AIRS
Weekly
lawn
culling
ence Licensed! ,nsured
Ing and electncal Painting
CUSTOM Made Slipcoversand
313-83S-7320
licensed Bu Ider Call Glen
TREE & SHRUB
R.R. CODDENS
drapenes Guaranteed war\<Draper lodayll 885-9235
TRIMMING
Clean
ups
ChImneys rebUilt, repaired
manshJp Expenenced Call GriffinS Fence Company
fertilizatIOn. guller cleaning
SHORES Glass & Mirror Re• All Types Of FenCing
now Bernice 521-5255
or tuck pointing
& aeration
palf and replace storms
• Sales
Flues caps repalled
CUSTOM DRAPERIES
screens and the'fTl0pane5
LICENSED & INSURED
• Installallon, Reparrs
Ch ,mneys cleaned
Blinds, carpet, wallpaper,
shower doors Also mlrrors
Free Estimates
• Semor Discount
886-5565
Leave message 810-773Bedspreads, & decorative
Low Rafes
822-3000
800-305-9859
2626
Accessones
EXCELLENT
SERVICE
J&J
,U
FLOO~
SANDING/
ViSit our Showroom at
AFFORDABLE handyman Let
810.773.3814
REFINISHING
CHIMNEY
22224 Grallot
us take care of your fixup
J&R Tree lne Tree & stump
SYSTEMS, INC.
U P HARDWOOD FLOOR
DRAPERIES BY PAT
problems Leave message
removal 20% off removals
ING
Complete
hardwood
810-773-2626
MICH. LIC. - 71-05125
778-2584
Insured 1-000-266-5581
floor selVlce Giltza proc
Chimneys repaired.
All Home Repairs
ucls In home estimates In
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'30 mCTRICAl
SERVICE
rebUilt re-Iined
Plumbmg elecfncal.
stallatlon repalf & refimshGas nues re-Irned
carpenll)l Waler healers,
Ing 886-1337
ELECTRICIAN- Reasonable.
Clea nIng G Iass Block
leaks clogs ProfeSSional
all eleclncal worl< commer PROFESSIONALfloor sanding GORDON & Sons Tree &
Certified. Insured
work, com pelltlve pnces
etal residential licensed ,n.
and finishing Free est>
Stump Removal 2OOA> off
795-1711
sured FREE estimates'
882-1188
mates W Abralham 7548999
TetTy
Yerke
772
trees
semor
discounts
fully
885-llO30
NORTHEASTERN
Improve
3118
Insured 1-8OO-ll26-3493
5 & J ELECTRIC
ments Inc Offers- Intenor/
---K-E-L-M---BREMERKAMP Bros Tree
exte~or palntlng Tuckpomt
ReSidential-Commercial
SeNIC8- Insured backhoe
rng carpentry electncat
No Job Too Small
Family owned since 1943
bulldozJng stump gnndrng
~
plumbing Kitchen & bath
885-2930
Floor laying sanding reFree estlmales 810-m
remooehng Vinyl ceramic
finishing
Old floors a
4133
IIle Installali<ln Code VIOla
'l!.ekdt
specialty We also retinFIVE SEASONS
lion repairs Excenenl refer
COLVILLE
k-..d&'7_d
enees FREE Estlmates lJIsh banisters
TREE SERVICE
ELECTRIC CO.
censed & Insured 372I~ (3la44 w.~
535.7256
& LANDSCAPE
Rang es, Drye rs, Services
2414
RENOVATION
'43 lAHDSCU!llS/
DoorbellS
KK5-2097
Trees
trimmed
stumped
HANDY Work Palnllng House
GARDENE~S
VIOLATIONS
removed Sod aerallon,
Repairs Odd JObs Grosse
FAST EMERGENCY
RUSSELL'S Home Repalf
POinte
references
John,
power rakmg, lawn
Chimney repair rebulh luck
SERVICE
885-8791
service
POinting code Violations
774-9110
Rain soaked basement?
AFFORDABLE Super HandyFree estimates 8825416
TREE SERVICES
man Electneal, piumblng
We raise fopsoll grade
Tnmmlt19" Removal. Slumps
WANT ADS
carpentry plaster. pamtlng
Free Estimates
l.Jcensed • Insured
CLOCK RIPA'~S
all
general repairs SenIOr
George Sperry
(810) 979-5697
Call In
dlsoount5 Free estimates
171h year
FREE ESTIMATES
Rob 810-m-8633
Early
810-778-4331
PICK UP AND DEUVERY
WEDNESDAY, 8.5
MIKE S Lawn Care- SelVlng BUO S Painting & Repair
ALL CLOCKS REPAIRED
Plumbing repalrs code VIOGrosse POinte area for 10
THURSDAY, 8.5
Grarldfather, Mantel Wall
lations OOrrectlOnselc 882
years Complete Reliable
313-438-0517
FRIDAY, 8.5
5866
ProfeSSional Lawn Care
MONDAY, 8.6
You re lawn deselVes the SCHNEIDERS Home Repairs
Plumbing electneal, carpenbest' Call today for FREE
GROSSE POINTE NEWS
• Organic ferlJllzabon
Iry painting code VIolatiOns
Estimate
810792
9042
882-6900
8864121 pager 8'0-~
Mike
programs
6351
'43 LANDSCAPI~S/
• Weed & pest control
REASONABLE
GARDENI~S
OLDER Home SpeaallSl C<JsTREE & STUMP
• Maintenance programs
'25 DECKS/PATIOS
tom Carpentry Plumbing.
T"m
Etectncal
Plaster
ALANDALE ALL
REMOVAL &
• landscape design and
Floors Balhs Kitchens
POWERWASH MIke- anythIng
SHRUBS
l
con
structlon
810-296-2274
Lowest
around the house Insured
8825204
Pnces
Call 8225010
• Sodding
TREES
Shrubs
nedges
reDMSrON
DECK washing & sealing high
• Power rake & aeration
m<>Ved Stump gnndlng Inpressure cleanlng to beau• LAWN CurnN~
sured
Free
estimates
T1UIMIING, E ING
tify and protect your Invest
Reasonable rates 810-778- HOME MAlt.'TENANCE SERVlCE
ment Blue Sky Power
• SHRUB TllIM
• SlT'a! Home Repa rs
4459
• Guller C ean ng & RepaJrs.
Wash 810-293-5674
• SPRING & FAll CLEAN UPS
Licensed
Insured
• Small Roof Repa rs
A PLUS Tree SelVlCe- Tnm
•
lANDSCAPE
INSTAlLATION
SERVING THE POINTES
mlng
removal
stump re: t~~~l~~n~e~~~\IaJ
• RESIDENTIAL SNOW REMOVAl
FOR 10 YEARS
• S d ng & Ded< InSlaJlahOfl
moval Senior dlscounl
• SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNT
ENJOY A
for more
Free estimates 1-000-544Mo.t popular .. our all year
In!ofmahon
CUSTOM WOOD DECK
9383
momten CI nee program
We specifically dBSlgll and
LAWN & garden selVlce one ~
One low monthly pn<e
build natural wood decks
man operat on personal
all year indudes:
to SUIT YOUIl
Spnng
Clean
ups
servlce
no crews
50 yea"lawn cutting, tnmmlng
Free Conso~atlon/
Woods rBSldent 884-9414
& edgong through the
Week~
Lawn
Ser/lCe
.spnng, summer and
Estimates
TRIMMING remKlVal sprayrn9 MAHONE Trucklng and Haulfall months tIIen a f01l
Licensed BUilder
Tree & S~n.bTrmm ng
feeding and stump rem<J,al
clean-up of allleav.s
Ing We II haul everythlng'
1-810-0418
and c1ean iii e g ulte .. _
Free estimates Complete
Free esl,mates Call Ed
Tree & Shrub R6moval
tree SBlVlCe Call FlemIng
RESOLUTE Bu !ding SelVlceS
81 (}'771-8883
~~~r;es tt,ee~~:~e
Tree
SelVlCC774-6460
No money down All werl<
the snow.
guaranteed 21 years expen
COMPLETE La\\ n & Garden
ence Licensed! Insured
SBlVlces Weerly cun,ng
313-ll3S-732O
weed\llg
shrub tnmmmlog
landscape deSign & Inslalla
'II (IMINT WORK
t~n power rakl'19 over
seeding and sod Sprng &
Fall clean ups 810776>
-
'Refuu'rd (),.
Cement
Driveways
PaMs
BnckWork
Basement waterproofnng
Steps
Tuck-POinting
No Job too smalll
Free Estimates
WQ,pDY'S
'\!
SPECIALIZING IN"
DRIVEWAYS &
BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING
Licensed
884-7139
YOUR NEIGHBORS
and
Dampu
Repair
• AnlmJI Rcmo\la~
Certified MaSler SWc<'p
'3'
51~:VICE
p~ ?it. r.teu~
882-6713
WANT
ALL carpel repalrs majOr &
minor Restretchlng JetTyor
Lyle 773-7r02 or 89().{J996
Brlc~ • Stone
Tuclpolntmg
881-1085
CARPENTRY.Porches Doors
Decks finish & Rough Car
pentry Repairs & Small
Jobs Free estlmales 20
years expenence 885-4009
I
IN TRY DOORS
STORM DOORS
DOORWALU
SERVICE
and
•• Caps
,",m",
RESOLUTE BUildng SelVlces SUPERIORPlastellng & Pamt
No m<Jneydown All werl<
rng Wet Plaster & Drywall TUCKPOINTING Expert reguaranteed 21 years e.pen.
Tapmg & Rn shrng Spray
pair
porches
chimneys
ence
Licensedl
Insured
Stuooo Tuckpomllng Refer
The Blick Doctor- Richard
313-ll3S-7320
enees available Clean &
Pnce Ltcensed 882-3804
Neat Insured Tom Mc
LICENSED & Insured Bulider
VITO Cement Contractor
All phases 01 ConstructIOn
Cabe 885-6991
Porches dnveways patos
Intenorl Extenor Refemces SEAVER SHame
Malnte
garage floors Free est>
ava lable Free estimates
nance Plaster drywall tex
mates 20 years expeneoce
reasonable 77!Hl42O
tures palntrng 16 years In
527-8925
Grosse POlnle 882'()()()()
Expert Cement
House
PLASTER repairs palntrng
Replacement
cheap' No jOb 100 small'
Hunting???
Small lobs porches
Call anytime Insured 774Sidewalks. tuckpolntmg
2827
Read
patiOS, brick &
"YOUR HOME
PLASTER & drywall repall of
wall repa"
Weekly
all types Grosse Pomte ref
licensed
Insured
erences
CHIP
Gibson
In The
JOHN PRICE
882.0746
884-5764
Grosse POinte News
& Connecllon
ANDY SqUifes Plastenng &
Drywall
SIUCCO repalf
Newspapers
REMEMBERIII
Spray textured Ceilings
7~2054
The
CARPENTRY
CIassllied Dept
PLASTERING
Free Estl
Is Open
mates 25 year s expen
DECKS Decks Decks Pratesence All worl< guaranteed
SKlnai deck bUilding and
Salurdays 10 to 1 pm
Grosse Pomte ,efereooes
porch repa r Free estl
(Closed Holiday
All types wet plaster and
males references available
Weekends)
drywall Lou Blackwell 776licensed & Insured Tony
313-821
.930 (!1CTRICAl
CHIMNEY ClIANIt!(i.
METRY-LAWN
LANDSCAPING
SERVICE CO.
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PAT THE COPHER
882.0628
885.3410
YOU KNOW
SOMETHlNG NICE IS BEING DONE
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RESIDENTIAL.
COMMERCIAL
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DRIVEWAYS.
FLOORS • PORCHES
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GARAGES RAISED & RENEWED
~ NEW GAHAGf DOORS & REFRAMING
~
GLJ:\SS BLOCKS
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NEW GARAGES BUILT
BEDROCK
CONSTRUCTION,INC
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Licensed & Insured
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774-30!lO
• Porches & a"ck
Pavers
All Types
• Concrete & Masonry
• Dnveways
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• RESIDENTIAL
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LIcensed & Insured
• MARTIN Rm
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775-4268
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772-0033
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Counlertops Tables - Closet Ors mlzallon sysleonL
• Custom Mouldlrlgs & lVo<>dworklng
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20818 IfARPFR
L'.!.ARPER WOODS
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Sprnkler Systems
Shrub & Tree Plant/Removal
Fertd I7IngiWeed Control
Sod/Seed
FenCing
Ponds
Weekly Lawn Care
Aerate!fhatchmg
Spring Clean-up
.294-5432
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4055 810-773-4684
F C weekly Lawn SelVlCelertl
Ilze clearl-up aerlate Low
rates quality work
2945432
SHORE-POINTE
LAWNSCAPE
CUlling Tnmmlng Edging
Spring yard clean up
Guner malllienance
Power raking Aera.,on
Llclmsed & Insured
810-nl-2413
M & E LAWN CARE, INC
Weekly Lawn Serv ce
Hedgel Shrub Tnmmlng
Weed,nglGardenlng
Spn'lg Clean Up
Quality Dependable
IS Ihe BUSiness
INSUREO
Call 822-5010
w,
774.0781
886-329~
~~Li\ND8Ci\PINC
SPECIAliST.
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Quality Yow (A" Dtprnrl 0 ..
FREE ESTIMATES - (Jll)
CONCRETE
296.6782 NOW!
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& REIF CEMENT, INC.
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810.778.7873
SALVACCIO, INC.
General BUilding Contractor
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LICENSED & INSURED
?:? .A"VITO J.
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& Patios
• Underg round
Excavatmg
@]~mlF.llF.lrF.li
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LANDSCAPING
&
long Distance
Agent for
Global Van Lines
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- Large end Small Jobs
• PiOl'lOS(oor SpecIOIty)
- Appliances
- Saturday, Sunday
Se"'''4
• Senior Dlscoonts
Owned & Operated
By John Stelnmget'
11850 E. JeHenOl1
MPSC-l19675
LicenSed Insured
FREE ESTIMATES
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The Connection
Apn113,1995
Directory of Services
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IIAULTNG
.4. 'INSU[ATION
MOVING.HAULING
DEPENDABLE
EXPERIENCED
LOW RATES
INSURED
NEW-.839.2222
526.7284
RTM MOVING,
INC.
REMOVAL OF ALL
Appliances
Concretel Dirt
Construction Debns
Garage Demolition
Basement Cleanout
Can Movel Remove
Anything
PHILIP WASSENMR
823.1207
Demolition
& Removal
Of garages sheds and
contenls Free estimates
Ltcensed & Insured
5266028
MOVING.HAULING
Appliance removal 10 whole
house moves Garage
yard
basement, clean
outs Free estimates
REASONABLE
RELIABLE
REFERENCES
Mr. B's
882.3096
EASTPOINTE
MOVING AND
STORAGE CO.
884.8380
LICENSED .. INSURED
PACKING .. MATERIALS
ANTIQUES .. PIANOS
FilEE ESTIMATES
-
'S4 PAINTING/DECORATING
'54 PAINTU(G/DICOUTING
NO home Investment rewards
more Ihan pneumatIC InSU JOHN'S PAINTING
lallngl CoinCidentally Con Interior Extenor
Speclallz
sumers Power's InsulalJon Ing In repatrl ng damaged
rebale $125' Sudro Insula
plasler,
drywall
and
tlOn Since 1951 8813515
cracks,
peeling pal'lt,
---wmdow
puttying
and
'S4 PA1NTlNG/DECO~ATING
caulkmg,
wallpapermg
Also, paint old aluminum
KENS WINDOW SERV
s,d,ng All work and ma
Journeyman/Glazier
terlal
guaranteed
WINDOWS
Reasonable
Grosse
Re-Putlled & Painted
POlnle references Free
(RemOVIng ALL old putly)
estImates
Caulk ext 01 Home
882-5038
Windows & Doors
Speclallzmg m Wmdow
BRIAN'S PAINTING
Putty & CaUlking
ProfeSSional painting, InteREPLACE
nor and extenor Special
Broken Glass
IZlng m all types of paint.
Steamed up Thermopanes
Ing
CaUlking, Window
INSTALLS
g lazing and plaster reSlorm Windows & Doors
paIr
All work guaran
In Trade 30 Years
teed For Free Estimates
Call Ken
879.1755
and reasonable
rates,
call
RAINBOW Painting Company
872.2046,
Resldenllal! Commenca!
Vinyl Siding plumbing Free
M & K Painting (nlenorl exteEstllnates (313)-884-3151
nor Wallpapenng Caullong
1381
296-2249
778 5025
's, pm
CONTROL
WILO LIFE REMOVAL
SAFE FLUE
CHIMNEY SERVICE
810-759-5099
INTERIORS
BY DON & LYNN
• Husband Wife Team
• Wallpapering
• Palnllng
'S4 PAINTING/DECO .... TING
CUSTOM FINISH
---JAN---
874-3582
D. BROWN
PAINTING & REMODELING
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR ALL TYPES
Cudom
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885-4867
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CUSTOM
PAINTING
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• Interlor!Exterior • Plaster Repa"s • Rag8,ng
• Spongmg • Wallpaper Removal & Hangmg
MlCh uc.' 076752' Pully Insu,.d
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884-5764
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810.977.0897
791-0070
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910 WINDOWS
81o-n5-2700
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features everything from
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and emp{oyment.
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IXLGLASS
SQUIER
sash and Scretn
19807 Mack Ave
Grosse Pomte Woods
884.0484
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pItched &
roof.
• Ice oolld",p
nill
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• Shingle Roo(s
• TearOffs
• Flat Decks
313-882-6900
I grosse Pointe 9{ews
• Cedar S~akes
• Copper/Sheel
Metal
• lICensedInsured
113-0125
ROOfiNG
WINDOW REPLACEMENTS
Since 1925
Keith Danrelson
Licensed Master Plumber
By
PARKVIEW
ALL WEATHER
HEATING & COOLING
BOILERS
BOILER PIPING
HOT WATER TANKS
REPAIRED & INSTALL EO
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882-0747
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(810) 445-6455 OR 1 800.459-6455
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25 year or 1o"ll8r matenal warranty
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Washing! Gu"er Cleaning
Bonded! Insured Umfomned
Crews Call D J QUality
Cleamng for Free Estimates
886-5685
PLUMBING, HEATING
7DAYS
effec[lve
of
repall Call 313-88&7381
repaIrs
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Since 1949
BllLMASTIR PI.UMBERSTONY
882-0029
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Chimney
Plumbing Need.
s.w." '60
Dram. '<40
886-7602
•
Flat Roofs
FRANK R.
• for
REASONABLE RATES
FREE ESTIMATE. FULLY INSURED
ratNe metal
Rubber roofs new
and repaIr
885.7711
repamng
damaged p1llS1llf~
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7'74~9J651
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MICHAEL HAGGERTY
Lie Master Plumber
WALLPAPER
REMOVAL
BY TIM
Senior d scounls
810-754-3800
CERTIFIED
APPLICATIONS OF
MODIFIED SINGLE
PLY
FLAT ROOFING
SYSTEMS
VENTS
GUTIERS
REPAIRS
• Free Estimates
• Full Product Warranty
• Senior DIscount
• References
• All Work Guaranteed
~5terRepalr
30 YEARS EXPERIENCE
FREE ESTIMATE. FULLY INSURED
•
TRAPANI Tile & Marble- All
lie and marble Installallons
Reasonable rates 810 6430235
CERA.MIC KI'chen counlers
bathrooms walls 1I0ors
Waler damage regrouting
Any type 881 1085
CERAMIC IIIe- resdenl;al Jobs
and repSits 15 years expen
ence 776-4097 Andy
CERAMIC, v nyl IIle Installa
lion RegroutIOg FREE Esil
mates Licensed & Insured
Northeaslem l-nprovements
Inc 3722414
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974 VCR ~EPAI~
TEAR OFF
RESHINGLE
DRAIN
IS Y..".. In Gfoue POInte
ia'1/' 1("ar(dr(l~~ SUS
Rf.A'W''''BU-'\HRfO
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CERAMIC Tile and marble
New remode,ed and re
palted
SpeCIaliZing In
shower pan repaIr 17 years
expenence Llfel me Guar
antee 810-773-9648
CERAMIC lie Inslallallon your
lie or mineI All work guar
anleed 810-716-9432
COMPLETE
ROOFING
SERVICE
RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL
COMPLETE
STEVEN'S
PAINTING
EXTERIORJIHERIOR
Sponging. Raggmg. Spackle, Dragging. Carpentry,
Drywall, Plaster Repal(, KJtchens, Balhs, Basement
Remodeling, New Wi noows/Doors, Decks, Fences,
Porches, DeSIgn
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Ings WIndows all hand
washed Garages & basements cleaned elc 810-7734684 810- n64055
Repairs, remodeling
code work fixtures
water heaters Installed
LIcensed and inSUred
772.2614
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109 Grosse POinte Since
F"eman Ad) Excellent care
1943 Licensed bonded ,n
for your home Free Estl
RUSSELL S Home Repair
sured
Wall
wash
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carpet
mates References 821
AAI CC VCR TV microNew roo s repaus tear ofts
cleamng 864-4300
2964
wave
Horne
calls
Sg
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roof leaks our specialty
Nobody beals our prices
Free es1lmates 882 5416
885-2400
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DAN ROEMER
PLUMBING
Mike 810.268.0727
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HOUR EMERGENCY
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tlon 81()'296-2274
REFRESH THAT ROOM
CUSTOM Intenorl extenor
PLUMBING
painting
Plaster repall OR ROOMSI Intenor paint
Ing by expenenced col.
SERVICE
Guarantee
FREE Estl.
lege student
Excellent
mates Licensed & Insured
MARTIN VERTREGT
Northeaslern Improvements
references
Call KeVin
Licensed Master Plumber
Inc 3722414
810-778-8774
Grosse POinte Woods
Bob Breitenbecher
PAINTING & paperhangfig PAINTING, wallpapenng wall
886-2521
Owner
Since 1952 Faux wood and
washIng senIOr DISCOunt New work, repaIrs, renova
M.P.S.C. L21290
decorative fimshes low
Call Jan 884-8757or Judy
lions,
waler
heaters
poces 810- 79<Hl638
294-4420
sewer cleantng code VIDQUALITY
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lat 10 ns All we r1< 9uaran
WEEKLY TRIPS
J & M Painting Co
PaIn~ng, plaster carpentry
teed
Speclahzmg In
air home repairs
15 years
TO NORTHERN
• Extenor/' Intenor
L S WALKER CO Plumbing
expeneoce
Insured Refer
reSIdential & commercral
Drain cleaning All repairs
ences Seavers Home Mam ..
Free ESllmatesl Reason
pain ling
tenance 882'()()()()
able' Insured 81o-n~2'2
• Plastering & drywall
313-705-7568
pager
repalfs and cracks, peeling
'47 HElTING AND COOliNG
'47 HEATING AND COOLING
paint Window glazing,
AM ClEAN AWAY High wa
ter bills? We repa" all laucaulking
cets runn109 tOilets slow
• Washing & palnllng old
drainS
dogged
se\'\ers
aluminum sldmg
Senior D,srount Visa Mas
• Wood staining
ter Charge 81o-n6-<l252
varnishing
SUPREME Healing & Supply Co., Inc.
HlOO- 784-3375
Grosse POinte References
All work & matenal
DIRECT
guaranteed
PLUMBING
Fully licensed & tnsured
&
Free estimates
24
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882.5169
STEVE'S PAINTING
Intenor/EX1enor
SpecIaliZing In plastenng
and
drywall
repatrs
cracks,
peeling paont
885-2633
Window glazing caulk
BRENTWOOD Painting! Wa"
109 Also, patnl old aluml
papenng 27 years of qUalJty num Siding
& service
to POlntes
Grosse Pomte
Shores, Harper Woods
References
Free esllmales Bill 810FREE ESTIMATES
n6-6321 or 81o-nl-8014
874.1613
10% oft wllh thiSad
CHIMNEY LINERS
INSTALLED
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NEED painting? Intenorl eXle- RESHINGLE, repair all types
nor Windows glazed and
Flash",g
luckpolnl",g
replaced Frank 81o-n2
FREE Esllmales licensed
8977
& Insured Northeaslern 1m
NICK Karoutsos Painter 35
provements Inc 372.2414
years expenence Intenorl FLAT
Roof Speclallsl
Extenor 885-3594
porches repairs all types
--------20 years expeneoce Free
PROFESSIONAL pa,nlng and
estimates
8107747794
waJlpapenng 15 years ex
Pager 40&{)285
penence lICensed Insured
relerences Chns 81o-n6- ROOFING Repa"s
resh,n
3312
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pairs Handyman work In
REFINISHING
sured Seavers 882'()()()()
STRIP STAIN VARNISH
ROOFING & SIDING
Duplrcate EXisting Finish
Replacement
or
Windows & Doors
Colors to Match
L1CENSEO INSURED
Kllchen cabinets staJrcase RON VERCRUYSSE CO
handrails vanities panel.
810.773-3520
lng, doors
tnm and ALL Pro Roofing Professronal
moldings
roofs gu"ers Sidng New &
Licensed
Insured
repalled Reasonable rella
References Free Estimates
ble 20 years expenence
PRESTIGE PAINTING CO
licensed & Insured John
DAVID ROLEWICZ
Wilhams 61o-n&5167
Glazing Aluminum Siding
Plastenng drywall repairs
ReSIdential! commercial
Grosse POlnle references
Free estimate Call M Ian
D & R Pa nllng & DecoratingReSidenIial & CommerClal
Free esllmates 313-882
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1936
3130521
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SItiNG I fS
SINGLF. PLY ROOfiNG,
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Thursday, April 13, 1995
Purple martin landlords await their annual tenants
Spring has different meamngs for us
all WIth the arrIval of longer days and
the re-emergence of msects, we can be
sure that purple martm landlords are
watchmg the sk1es in anticipation of
theIr tenants
Purple martins
are the largest
member of the swallow family in North
Amenca Their migration IS legendary
They winter prinCIpally in South
America in the Amazon Basm,
southern
and eastern
BrazIl and
northern Bohvla They return to the
same nest SIte m North Amenca each
year Some martms return to the exact
same nest compartment.
The SIte
fidelIty has benefits for the martm
because the bIrds' energy can be used
for foragmg, defense of the nest site,
courtshIp
and matmg
instead
of
puttmg energy into having to locate a
new nest sIte each year.
Martms m the eastern Umted States
are entIrely depel!llent upon man to
prOVide housing
for them. Their
natural housmg was the use of rock
ledges and old woodpecker holes whIch
some of theIr western counterparts still
use. Martins first began nesting m
human-proVided SItes when Native
Amencans
prOVided hollowed out
gourds for them. The martInS were
desirable because they drove hawks,
crows and vultures from the area.
Martms seem to enjoy human presence
as evidenced by the fact that martin
houses placed too far from human
housing may go unused.
Proper placement of the martin
house in the right environment is
essential m attracting purple martins
The birds need open areas where there
are abundant insects. Since martins
feed on insects while they are flying,
they favor open areas which offer good
foraging opportunities. When siting the
house, it is important to have 40 to 50
square feet of open land. The martin
house IS placed on a pole 10 to 15 feet
high in the middle of thlS open area to
allow an open flIght path from any
dlfection. If trees taller than your
purple martin house are in the area,
you may need to tnm the trees or place
the house higher. Housing that IS
located near water IS usually more
successful
in
attractIng
martInS
because of the abundance of insects as
a result of the water source Placement
of the house WIthIn 100 feet of human
hOUSIngis also desirable Recordings of
"Purple MartIn Dawn Song" can be
used as a key to establishing a new
colony The recordings imitate existing
colomes of males and their famous
Dawn Song, where they take to the
skies and call just before dawn m an
attempt to attract sub-adult birds to
the colony.
Housing for martins can vary from
wooden mansions that you build or
buy, prefabncated aluminum houses
and natural or plastic gourds The
most important
factor to consider
when purchaSIng martIn housing IS
the ease WIth which you can clean the
house and monitor the tenants.
Studies show that a lIght extenor color
is favored because the entrance hole IS
more VIsible and the white reflects
heat better. The individual cavities of
the house should be 6 inches x 6 inches
x 6 mches inslde wlth an entrance hole
dIameter of 2 1/8 mches, although
martins WIll accept an entrance of 1
3/4 inches to 2 1/2 inches. The hole
should be placed one Inch above the
floor of the cavity. Houses that must be
tilted to be lowered or removed by
climbIng a ladder have been improved
upon. Telescopmg poles and pulley
systems make access for cleaning and
monitoring much easier. Housmg must
be correctly compass oriented each
bme it is put back up or martins will
not be ablE' to find their own
compartment. Gourds are becoming
desirable as martin housing as they
are not attractive to sparrows and
starlings. They are also an easy way to
add housing if you are looking to
expand your colony.
One of the myths about purple
martins
is their mosquito eating
prowess. Housing manufacturers lIke
to attest to the fact that martins eat
hundreds of mosquitoes a day - It
helps sell their housing. The reality of
the purple martin diet is that they
prefer dragonflies, mayflies, moths and
butterflies. Martins forage 100 feet in
the air where this food is abundant.
Smaller insects, includIng mosquitoes,
are found closer to the ground and are
eaten by the martins, cousins - the
barn swallow and the tree swallow.
Raising a colony of purple martins is
a lot of work - but work that is
rewardmg to the landlords, as they
will readily attest One of the best
references to assist you in managmg a
colony IS a publication titled "Enjoying
r:~
irds
Rosann Kovalcik
Wild Birds Unlimited
Purple Martins More" by Richard
Wolinski There are hints about
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and mountIng, how to deal with
competItors, predators and parasites
ON-
THE
along with a list of the 10 most
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avoid them.
Purple martins are expected to
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Landlords with existmg colonies are
anxiously WaIting for their return, a
sure sign that spring has arrived! The
first arrivals are usually the adult
males and females that are returning
to their colony. Sub-adult bIrds arrive
later and are the ones that will
establish new colonies throughout
May. Good luck to those of you that
are hoping to establish a colony this
year - may your summer be filled
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Flowers have long been part of worship and ceremonial
Spring and flowers are inseparable
words, and Easter and flowers belong
together too At Easter our churches
are JOyous with flowers in celebration
of the renewal of life and of spring.
ArrangIng flowers for churches is a
very specIalized art. Some churches
rely on an experienced professional
florist who is familiar with the church
but many depend on the talents of
gifted members of the congregation,
who often serve in this capacity for
years.
So many things must be taken into
consideration in arranging flowers for
a church; they must be visible at a
considerable dIstance, they must be
able to hold their own m front of an
mtricately
carved
altar
or a
background
of stained glass. The
arrangement must not be lost in a
large space dominated by lofty arches
or shadowy distances. It must indicate
the appropriate occaSIOnin the church
calendar and It must enhance and
emphasize the spiritual quality of the
time and place. A large order indeed.
During Lent many churches do not
use flowers, reservmg their joy and
lIghtness for less somber seasons. But
the same rules apply to the green
follage, which is acceptable as to the
flowers used dudng other times.
Balance, scale, proportIOn and SIze,
color, line, form, pattern and texture
must all be taken into account.
The floral arrangements must be as
carefully
planned
as the music
rendered by the choir They, lIke the
mUSIC,are one part of an all-around
effect and must complement and
supplement the servIce.
The practice of placing groupmgs of
flowers in temples began m the sIxth
century with the Chinese BuddhIsts,
but m all the relIgIOns of the world,
flowers have been Important symbols
of worship for many centunes.
Long before the ChrIstIan
era
flowers were used In worshIp.
FestIvals of ancient gods were always
marked by strewmg flower petals and
adorning statues with wreaths
In
medieval Europe, sweet herbs and
rushes were strewn on church floors.
Even after the ReformatIOn, when
much of the symbolism was strIpped
from the churches, flowers were
allowed to remain
Some
flowers
have
special
SIgnIficance and hIstory in religion.
The lily, for instance, in ChristIan
symbolism represents purity, and is
the symbol of Easter
and the
ResurrectlOn. It is the specIal flower of
the Virgin Mary, and durmg the
mIddle ages pamtmgs of her always
mcluded a vase of lIlIes
In the prehIstOrIC Minoan period in
Crete, about 3000 B.C., the hly was
the sacred symbol of Britomartls, the
Great Mother, and in ancient Greece It
was the flower of Hera, goddess of the
moon, earth, aIr, marriage, woman's
hfe and chIldbIrth, and m anCIent
Rome It was the emblem of Juno,
of Buddha. The eIght-petalled lotus 1&
the emblem of the past, present and
future in both Chma and Japan SInce it
has blossoms, buds and seedpods at the
same tIme.
Myrtle was m antiqUIty one of the
plants sacred to all the people of the
Eastern MedIterranean.
The ancient
Hebrews covered the tent of the
Tabernacle
with its boughs. The
Egyptians used it to symbolize Hathor,
goddess of love and joy, and m Greece
and Rome it was sacred to AphrodIte
and Venus, goddesses of love and
marriage. Roman brIdes to thIS day
often wear myrtle at theIr weddmgs.
In the 16th century when the JeSUIts
arnved m South Amenca, they found a
bloommg vme whIch they belIeved to be
the same which, accordmg to ChrIstian
legend, was seen by St. FranCIS of AsSISI
in a viSIOn. They named it paSSIOn
flower because
1ts
vanous
parts
supposedly represent the symbols of
ChrIst's paSSIOn
When FranCISCOPizarro arrIved m
Peru m 1532, he found the Inca IndIans
veneratmg the gIant sunflower as the
sacred Image of theIr god, the sun
Sunflower seeds are still sacred food m
many southwest IndIan tribes
It would &eem, indeed, that flowers
are an lmportant part of worshIp and
ceremony, espeCIally during the great
festivals of the year, in churches and
temples throughout the world -- as
they have been for many centunes and
m many cultures
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goddess of hght, sky, marnage and
motherhood.
One of the most ancient of flowers
with religious SIgnificance is the lotus,
a tropIcal water lIly, which has been
held sacred m the Near and Far East
since the begmmng of many relIgious
beliefs.
It has an uninterrupted
symbolIc hIstory of more than 5,000
years.
The EgyptIan lotus, dedicated to
Horus, god of the sun, was the solar
symbol of fertilIty and therefore of the
llfe-gIvmg Nile, and it was the symbol
of resurrectIOn, because it closed its
petals at mght and sank to the bottom
and rose to the surface of the water and
reopened its petals m the mormng.
The lotus was venerated III Assyna
and Greece, where it was used III
architectural ornaments, and m PerSIa
where It was the symbol of light In
Nepal, Tatary and TIbet It was the
emblem of mystery. It IS revered by all
Hmdus because Brahma was born from
a lotus flower. In Ind1a It I':'the symbol
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Thursday, April 13, 1995
Despite falling mortgage rates, home sales down in February
Despite lower mortgag'_ rates, sales
of previously
owned homes fell
between January and February, as
consumers remamed uneasy about the
economy, accordmg to the Natwnal
AssocIation of Realtors Resales also
dropped notably from one year earher
The
association
recorded
a
seasonally adjusted annual sale rate
of 3 43 mJ1hon existmg smgle-famlly
homes last month, down 5 percent
from January, when the resale rate
was 361 mIlhon umts The February
rate fell 10 8 percent below the rate
for February 1994, when the resale
pace registered 3.84 millIon units
Accordmg
to NAR preSident
Edmund G Woods Jr., the slowdown
m housmg activity between January
and February IS due to the slower
economic growth caused by mcreases
III short-term
mh. ~st rates
The
resultmg slowdown in job creation has
overshadowed the recent declines m
long-term rates, including fixed-rate
mortgages, he noted
"In many cases, people Simply don't
feel good enough about job prospects to
buy a home," Woods said. "If you think
there's :l chance you might be out of
work, mortgage rates can't fall low
enough to convmce you to buy"
Thf' Federal Home Loan Mortgage
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that the natIOnal
average commitment rate for 3D-year,
conventIOnal, fixed-rate mortgages was
8 77 percent III February, down from
9.15 percent m January, but up sharply
from 7 15 percent III February 1994.
Despite a drop In rates between
January and February of thiS year, the
rIse m mortgage rates over the past
year has cut Into housmg affordability
For mstance, the monthly payment for
a $100,000 mortgage, based on fixedrate, 30-year terms with a 7 percent
mterest rate, is $665.31. The monthly
payment on the same loan based on a
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"For some buyers, consumer aDXlety
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$107,100, which was 0.1 percent
above one year earlier, when the pnce
was $107,000. The median is the
. mldpomt in the price range - half the
homes sold cost more, half cost less
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The resale rate for the West was
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percent from January and 10 percent
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month, down 0.4 percent from one
year earlier.
In the Midwest, the resale rate was
840,000 umts III February, whIch was
down 7.7 percent from January and
B 7 percent from one year earlier. The
median existing-home price m the
Midwest was $86,900, up 2.1 percent
from February 1994.
The South posted a resale rate of
1.32 million units III February, down
4.3 percent from the January pace
and 7 percent from February 1994.
The region's
median
pnce was
$92,500 last month, down 2.4 percent
from one year earlier.
There were 1.76 million homes
available for sale nationwide
in
February, representing a 6.1-month
supply at February's resale pace.
Currently, NAR IS predicting a total
of 3.728 millIon eXIsting-horne sales
for 1995, down 5.5 percent from 1994.
The natIOnal median eXisting-home
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$113,700, rismg 35 percent from
1994.
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Answers to your spring lawn and garden questions
A Sk a MasterGa~~ener
Q. When should I prune my springflowering trees and shrubs?
A.
Spring-flowering
trees and
shrubs should be pruned immediately
after they flower. They set the buds for
next spring's flowers by the time they
go dormant thIS fall, so pruning in fall
or winter removes the buds that would
have opened into next year's floral
display.
Q. Is it time to apply a pre-emergent
crab grass control to my lawn?
A. Before you decide to treat, try to
recall whether
you really had a
problem with crabgrass last year. If
not, you may not need to treat your
{awn this year. Crabgrass is a fibrous
rooted annual weed, which lays flat on
the ground and is usually a lighter
color green. It is rarely a problem in
shaded areas and it can easily be
pulled if you notice'a few plants trying
to take hold. Although open and weak
turf
areas
promote
crabgrass
infestations, it does not cause poor
turf.
If you have decided that your lawn
does need treatment for crabgrass, now
is a fine time to apply a pre-emergent
herbicide labeled for crabgrass control.
The treatment should be made before
the forsythia (the early yellow flowered
shrub) reaches full bloom. Or when we
have had five to seven consecutIve
nights of 50 degree temperatures.
Q. What is the approximate frostfree date in spring and fall for the
Macomb area?
A.
In the spring there IS a 50
percent chance of temps 32 degrees F
or lower around Apnl 27 with the
lowest percent probabllIty on May 23.
In the fall the first frost can possibly
occur on or before Sept 24. This
information is found in a 12-page
bulletin entitled "Planmng a Vegetable
Garden" E-1769 which IS available
from the extensIOn office at a cost of $1
(includes postage).
Q. I moved Into my new house In
the WInter so I didn't get the lawn
seeded last fall Is spnng a good tIme
to do this?
A. Fall has been shown to be the
best time to seed a new lawn, but
SprIng seeding offers some advantages.
After bemg cooped up all winter, you
may be more likely to want to work on
the lawn In the sprmg
The SOIl
shouldn't need to be v.atered so much
The soil IS cold, however, so It may
take seeds longer to germinate Thal
won't slow down spring-germinatmg
weeds, of course, and weed competitiOn
WIth grass seedlIngs can be a problem
III spring-seeded
lawns. Grass plants
need to be well establIshed before
summer's hot, dry weather, so start as
early as you can work the SOlI
Q. I have noticed several bare areas
the lawn. Do I need to WaIt untIl
after the frost threat to reseed these
areas?
A.
Unhke many garden plants,
grasses are not affected by cold
weather. You could solve your problem
III
by usmg a technique called dormant
seeding. On a day when the surface of
the soil has thawed, lightly rake the
seed into the soil. Apply a straw mulch
to stabilize the area and deter birds.
As the weather moderates in the
sprIng, the seed will germInate. Light
frost will usually not damage the
germinating seeds.
Q. What is thatch in turf? What can
I do to control it?
A.
Thatch IS defined as an
accumulatIOn of dead partially decayed
remaInS of stems, roots, and shoots
found in a mat between the soil and
living plant cover. Thatch develops
when the accumulation
of organic
matter exceeds the decomposition rate.
Cultural environmental
factors, and
the growth characteristics of the turf
grasses
play
a major
role
in
determining the rate of organic matter
accumulation. For example, vigorous
turf grass varietIes,
high rates of
fertilIzation
and
IrrigatIOn
that
stImulates
vegetatIve
growth
will
encourage
thatch
formation.
In
compacted or fine textured soils, poor
aeration will reduce the actIvity of
thatch-decomposmg
orgamsms.
ClippIngs
do
not
SignIficantly
contribute to thatch formatlOn because
of theIr high rate of decomposItion.
Under a half-inch in thickness,
thatch is consIdered to be benefiCIal,
aiding in wear tolerance and prOVIding
some insulation
from extremes in
temperatures and other environmental
stresses.
WIth
excessive
thatch
accumulatIOn (more than a half-mch)
problems may begIn to develop. Root
development may take place largely m
the thatch, which dries out qUIckly and
doesn't hold nutnents. This condItion
can stress the turf making it more
susceptible to insects and dIseases.
Also, localized dry spots can develop
and all-over the turf may have less
tulerance to heat, cold and drought.
De-thatchIng machines that are
equipped WIth vertIcally rotating lInes,
prove to be ineffectIve in reducing
thatch and can often be damagmg
Research reveals that core aenficatlOn
equipment, whic~ removes plugs of
SOlI, will relIeve compactIOn .Products
which Increase mlcrob'al actIVIty such
as Rmgers Restore have also proven to
be beneficlal Changmg lrngatlOn and
fertIlizatIOn
practIces
may
be
necessary. Conng can be done anytIme
the soil IS not wet or the turf is not
under stress from high temps or
drought.
Q. I have recently acqUIred a new
home and on my land there I<; an old
apple tree It IS very tall WIth many
weak and dead lImbs Is It worth the
effort to try to manage It or should I
just cut it down?
A.
Old, abandoned
or semlabandoned
apple
trees
occur
throughout
Michigan
Often
the
cultlvars are very old and are no longer
grown commerciaHy. Many of them,
11
Sandra Goeddeke-Richards
I
MACOM B COU NTY
BOARD O( COMMISSIONER.)
however, if properly managed, could
produce good fruit
for use by
homeowners for fresh eating or for
processmg into applesauce, apple Jelly,
apple butter or CIder. When trees of
desirable
cultivars
are
near
residences, people are often interested
in attempting to care for them so the
fruit can be used
Often the old trees are 25 to 30 feet
tall and have not been pruned for
many years The average homeowner
IS SImply not eqUIpped to spray and
care for them, so the fruIts produced
are generally small, diseased and
severely damaged by msects. A tree
that IS reasonably structurally sound
may be renovated and brought back
Into productIOn. The trunk should not
be severely rotted, and large lateral
lImbs should not be hollow Unsound
trees can be successfully cenovated but
they will not live as long.
Once the owner has decIded that a
partIcular tree or trees are worth
keeping, how can he/she brIng the
trees back mto production wIth qualIty
fruIt and, at the same tIme, reduce the
tree
SIze to make
them
more
manageable? In some cases, aesthetIc
value may also be a consideration The
following bulletin IS available from the
Cooperative Extension Service office,
request NCR-429 "RenovatIng Old,
Abandoned Apple Trees."
This mformation ~s for educatzonal
purposes only. Reference to commerczal
products or trade names does not imply
endorsement by the MSU Extenswn or
blas against those not mentwned
Sandra Goeddeke-R~chards
is the
home horticultunst
for the Macomb
MSU Extenswn. Wnte to her In care of
Macomb
MSU
ExtenSIOn,
21885
Dunham
Road, Clmton
Townshlp,
Michigan 48036 or call the Master
Gardener Hotlme at (810) 469-5063
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9
a m. to 4 p m
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YourHome
VII. HARPER WOODS.
Address
Bedroom/8ath
74 Regal Place
80 S. Edgewood
4/3 5
Dr.
903 Ballantyne
3/2
3/2 5
Description
Price
Cust Exec ColofllaJ (contemporary)
By Owner
Custom Executive Ranch
By Owner
$498,'w0
$294;500
Brick ranch Imm occupancy
Aleardi Realty & Assoc.
$299.000
Phone
Address
Bedroom/Bath
423 Manor
4/1.5
881-0925
360 Mary St.
3/1.5
885-8366
Description
Center entrance col. Large lot,
2 car gar R.G. Edgar & Assoc.
Price reduced nearly $20,000
Custom colonial secluded location.
ExceptIonal condition.
R.G. Edgar & Assoc.
Price
Phone
Address
Bedroom/Bath
1377 Whittier
$149,000
3/1 5
886-6010
$259,900
886-6010
1775 Kenmore
2050 Hampton
2126 Roslyn
3/1
3/1 5
3/1 5
1788 Vernier Berkshires
658 S. Brys
3/2.5
4/2.5
803 N. Brys Dr.
5/2 5
Move-In Condition
(See Class 800).
Newer Colomal,
By Owner.
Colonial,
885-0761
1014 Yorkshire
4/3 5
Architectural Gem - Needs New
Owner Call Betty Morris,
Tappan & Assoc.
$335,000
884-6200
$1500/lease
884.6200
5/2
$129,900
886-7258
897-899
Rivard
Big house, low price'
Always open
$103,000
884-0681
$85,000
885-7340
5/5
$141,500
Reduced!
Master bedroom
w/flreplace
$259,900
3/1 5
,
881.0619
886-2396
885-0990
Location plus rem novated equals
"You'll love It " Call Betty Morris,
Tappan & Assoc.
$144,900
884-6200
Address
Bedroom/Bath
3/1.5
+
r
Description
2,000 sq. ft. Dutch Colomal,
fam rm No brokers! Owner
, "
Price
$174,900
.
New offenng Charming English.
Call Betty Morris, Tappan & Assoc.
$214,900
884-6200
Beautiful 1,700 sq ft home
Everything done InSide & out
$154,900
884.6200
201-6196
ClaSSICSide hall Colomal
$174,500
2/1
Hampton
3/1
2/2
1055 Woodbridge
lakeshore
Village Condo
Phone
Sharp bnck ranch, many updates
Stieber Realty Co.
$56,900
775.4900
First floor liVing, G P Schools
Call Betty Morris, Tappan & Assoc.
$73,500
884.6200
Bedroom/Bath
824-4293
Bedroom/Bath
Description
Price
Phone
NO LISTINGS
Price
Description
OPEN SUN. 1-4. Sharp Dorset umt
Stieber Realty Co.
Call
3 doors from pool exc park recent
carpeting, paint, stove, refrrg , dishwasher
Call Carol Pollina, Coldwell Banker
Schweitzer Real Estate
Call
ALL OTHER AREAS
Address
Phone
15810 Huntcliff
Phone
810-775-4900
886-5800
Bedroom/Bath
Dr.
2/2
.
Description
OPEN EVERY SUN. 1.4. Condo
1,750 sq ft
Price
$166,500
Phone
810-905-8777
885-0617
Address
21217
VIII) St ClAIR SHORES
Kenosha
Price
Description
..
VI. DETROIT
Address
1235 Bishop
Colomal
3/3
3/1.5
412 St. Clair
central air
Short or Long term lease. Call
Betty Morris, Tappan & Assoc.
20953
Bedroom/Bath
Address
By owner
Convenient condo, kitchen w/eatmg
area, attached garage By Owner.
Desperate'
Phone
886-6010
$285,000
3/1 5
Price
$181,500
Address
19154
Bedroom/Bath
389 Lincoln Road
Description
Charming Colomal Nearly 2,000
sq ft. lovely yard, deck more
R.G. Edgar & Assoc.
Tudor, new kitchen many extras.
4/1.5
Bedroom/Bath
Phone
4/2 5
1434 Yorkshire
Address
Price
1201 Grayton
810.939-6700
Address
Description
--
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Bedroom/Bath
Bournemouth
3/
Description
Price
All appl. Imm occup
Cheryl, Bolton.Johnson
$81,900
Phone
45621 Silver Maple Ave.
SHElBYTWP.
884-6400
2/2
Shelby Twp Condo, all new appl
Full bsmt ,attch 2 car gar See
Class #803 Dan Kuhnlein,
Coldwell Banker Schweitzer
Real Estate
..
Call
886-5800
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Major improvements
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23448 S Colomal Ct , St. OBir
Shores
Sale by owner.
Beautiful home wrth 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, formal
dining room, first floor laundry, step-down famdy room
WIth natural fireplace, finIshed basement plus 313-
'"
800
CHARMING Side hall colOnial,
hVlng room, formal dining
room, 3 bedrooms, 1 ft2
baths, family room, fimshed
basement, slate patiO, move
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313-824-4293
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Grosse Pointe! Mint condition 658 S Brys. 886-
885-5491, 810-263-0188.
GROSSE POINTE SHORESDrastically reduced by motivated seller 5,000 sq ft.
custom executrve residence
bUilt In 1989 In exclUSive
Grosse POinte Shores, 5
bedrooms & 3 1/2 baths, air
conditioning,
secunty system, spnnkler, $498,500. By
Owner. 74 Regal Place. Call
313-881-0925
2396
GROSSE POinte Shores- 80 S
Edgewood Dnve, 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch, family
room, solar room, deck
$294,500, By Owner 885-
8366
.
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One owner home built in
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Four bedrooms, two and
one half baths WIth a
fabulous family room, first
floor laundry and attached
garage. You'll love the
traditional floor plan,
meticulous
condition and
early occupancy.
Calf'
884.7000
5,000 Sq Ft. Exec estate, 5
wooded acres With creek, 5
bedroom, 2 12 bath, wet
bar, Indoor pool, custom fixtures & apppliances, oak &
glass railings, marble &
hardwood
throughout
32
Mile & Rochester Rd. Romeo schools
$499,900.
Prime Properties 810-7526603
n5
MOVE In condrtlon; 1
Kenmore,
Grosse
POinte
Woods Three bedroom, 1
bath bungalow, 2 1/2 garage, natural fireplace, RorIda room, finished basement
New fumace and
central air, updated kitchen,
spnnkler system $129,900
Call 886-7258
HARER WOODS - lancaster, 4 bdrm, bnck. Cape
Cod, G P. Schools, 2 1/2 car garage, very clean SB3.900.
G.P. SHORES - 3 bdrm , brick ranch, 2 1/2 baths, 3
fireplaces, Immed. occup., must sell, $299,000
Aleardi Realty & Associates
810-939-6700
CLAIR
(810) 725-1453
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$89,900
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Brand new custom bUilt 4
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1201 Grayton, Grosse Pointe
Park 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath,
tUdor. New kitchen, new
roof, new stonns & screens,
leaded glass windows &
doors, detailed plaster work,
refinished hardwood floors,
finished third floor & basement. $285,000. By owner.
Shown by appointment only.
No brokers. 313-885-0761
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7S Willison
Grosse Pte. Shores
Simply Awesome!
Truly
m0iH!e-in
nd.,
3
bedroom
, ranch.
Eve~.
ome is new
Too.y
ammemtles to
mentron $349,900.
30717 Champine
Large updated three bedroom
brick tri-Ievel. This one ....111
not lastl
1221 Whittier
Stunmng 4 bedroom, 2 1/2
bath,
center
entrance
colonial
New kitchen, all
new paint & carpet. ThiS
home has been extensively
updated!
Great family
home
744-46 Neff
Bnck 2 family with all the
updates,
new windows,
kitchens A must seel Land
contract terms. $179,900
20620 Fairway Lane
On the fairway of Lochmoor
Golf Course! Over 2,000
sq. ft of family liVing. 4
bedrooms, 2 baths Family
room, finished basement.
New
kItchen,
new
Windows A must see.
1606 Blairmoor Ct.
3 bedrooms,
2 1/2 baths
Family room Nothrng to
do, but move
$214,900
m'
20441 Hunt Club
2 bedroom bnck ranch, G P
Schools.
N F.P All for
$59,500
12252 Lansdowne
Three
bedroom
brIck
bungalow
In
excellent
condition $47,900.
25670 Waterview
Large waterfront condo, two
bedroom, two bath, Great
room This IS A "1 O~ Great
views I $224,900
LUCIDO
& ASSOC.
REALTORS
882-1010
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HARPER Woods- 21217 Bournemouth, 3 bedroom, all
appliances Immediate occupancy $81,900 Call Cheryl,
Bolton- Johnson 884-6400
2,100 sqaure foot Ranch on
cul-de-sac In Grosse POinte
Woods Over 1/2 acre of
property $224,000 Contact
LOIs Abate (810)739-8200
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GROSSE POinte Woods- 3
bedroom, 1 112 bath Colonial, 1,500 plus sq
It ,
Count!y kitchen, den Recently bank appraised for
$90,000
Asking $85,000
2126 Roslyn 885-7340
BY Owner- 575 Moorland,
Grosse DOlnte Woods colomal, 4 bedrooms, library
Master sUite bedroom With
JacuzzI 3 1/2 baths Fmishwd basement & spnnkler
system 885-6632
FIRST Offer- Large Pristine
Colomal on Wedgewood In
the Woods off Cook Road
near the Hunt Club Center
entrance With marble foyer
circular staircase and balconies Large rooms, nicely
carpeted, 31 4 bedrooms 5
bathrooms, 3 fireplaces, 1st
floor laundry, sauna, whirlpool, alarm system spnnkler system central air at.
tached
garage
Finished
basement
apartment
m.
cluded
$245,900
Abso
lutery no brokers I Call 8859139
800
HOUSES FOR SALE
CHESTERFIELD TWP
Ultra clean & sharp newer
great room ranch. Gourmet kitchen, dinmg room
with doorwafl overlooking
deck & double lot, open
stairway to basement,
two spacIous bedrooms,
huge oversIzed garage.
21 Mile and Gratiot area.
ASKING $110,000.
CLINTON CONDO
Clean two bedroom end
Unit ranch style condo
has It all! Overlooks
wooded area, first floor
laundry, all appliances
Included. Association fee
$90. Small, newer bUilt
complex for extra pnvacy ASKING $45,000
GROSSE POINTE
SCHOOLS
Three bedroom all brrck
ranch With finished basement, huge kitchen, lovIng room WIth dining "L"
and oversized garage.
One year AHS warranty
for peace of mlndl ASKING $79,900.
HARPER WOODS
Gorgeous three bedroom
brick bungalow' Gourmet
Mutschler kitchen With
snack bar, barber carpetIng throughout, doorwaU
to three tier deck, finIshed
basement
With
bath newer Windows, big
garagel Bonus-one year
AHS warrantyl ASKING
$92,500
Carol 'z' Koepplin
BON REALTORS, INC.
n4-8300.
BY owner, St Clair Shores,
900 square feet 2 bedrooms, updated
kitchen
Large hvmg room central
air Immediate occupancy
$67,000 No Brokers 7717812
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NEWER three
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Seiling by
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884-0681
bedroom ColoPOinte Woods
owner equals
youl $103,000
ST. Clair Shores, 22215 11
Mile Rd SpaCIOUS, 1 bedroom co-op Kitchen With
- appliances Pnvate storage
room & basement With laundry hook- up Covered car
port
Call Denise Trotto,
CENTURY
21 Town
&
Country
286-6000
(DT15ELE)
Ad!
800
HOUSES fOR SALE
HARPER WOODS
Neat & clean bnck ranch.
Many updates including
new carpet, new kitchen
floor, freshly painted, all
appliances, garage Immediate occupancy Asking only $56,900.
DETROIT
Moross/'-94. Sharp 3 bedroom bnck bungalow.
Many updates Large lot,
newer furnace, updated
electnc, 2 1/2 garage
FHANA
Stieber Realty
810-775.4900
803 CONDOS/ APTS/FLATS
KNOLLWOOD Condo- 17685
Kirkwood,
Chnton
Twp
1900 sq ft. 3 bedroom, 3
full baths, cathedral ceiling,
upstairs loft, 2 car attached
garage
Many
extras
$172,900 Evenmgs & weekends 810-228-0611, days
810- 576-1196
WARREN
East Detroit Schools
JUST REDUCED
1825 square foot home
with basement, 3 car
gar::lge, huge famIly room
With fIreplace & wet bar,
1 5 baths, 4 bedrooms
Handyman or great
Investment, double lot
$36,900. (740wel)
JUST LISTED
Gorgeous 3 bedroom
ranch With 2 5 car garage,
updated kitchen, formal
drnrng room, updated bath,
new Windows, furnance,
roof Move-rn' $57,900
(046HOB)
CLINTON TWP
Cute, clean 2 bedroom
ranch With newer vmyl
Siding, large updated
kitchen, large 1st floor
laundry, newer roof &
furnance $43,900
(ver794)
Colleen Pruett
Century 21 AAA
810-773-0123
Classified
Real Estate
To
800
GROSSE Pomte Woods- 5
bedroom, 2 1/2 baths Colonial family room With fireplace formal dmmg room
master bedroom With frreplace, new furnace and air
conditioner $259,000 8850990
SHELBY TWP 14963 Crofton
N lof 21, W
of Hayes
Unique spltt- level contemporary deSign, 4 bedroom 2
112 baths, first floor master
sUite $217,900 Call Denise
Trotto, CENTURY 21 Town
& Country
286.6000
(DT63CRO)
CONDO on St Clair Shores
golf course, 2 bedroom, attached
garage
$89,500
810-359-5828, 810-296-3624
MACOMB Twp Condo- 15810
Huntcliff Dr Close to major
shopping center, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, additional
bedrooml
office With full
basement,
1,750 sq
It
$166,500 Call todayl Open
every Sunday 1- 4 P m
(810)905-8777
GROSSE
Pomte first floor
newly decorated 1 bedroom
apartment
air Appliances
Included
$45,000
886-
803 CONDOS/APTS/FlATS
1103 (ONDOS/ APTS/FlATS
Harper Woods
RIVER House Co-op 1 bedroom apartment, water view
See the Hydro plane races
from your Window Very secure, pool, grocery store,
gift shop,
restaurant
&
beauty
salon
824-6829,
881-8409
Land Contract,
assumption 2 bedroom,
basement, carport.
$39,900. Call Tim Brown:
CENTURY 21
810-771-9090
CLINTON Twp Condol 2 b3d.
rooms, basement, garage
Move- In condition $71,900
810-468-6268, 5- 10 pm
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Q. I recently
had a new roof
mstalled because I was afraid there
mIght be some rotted wood under the
shmgles. The original roof was put on
m the early 1950s (new construction)
and the second roo~ about 20 years
later.
When
the old shingles
were
removed, I was told that no rot was
showing. I'm thinking of having my
unfinished attic insulated with some
type of insulation. However, the new
roof shows a lot of nails protruding
into the attic and I'm wondering
if
these nails will interfere
with the
lllsulatron.
The previous two roofs
showed no nalls commg through into
the attic.
I'd like your opinion on what type of
insulation
I might use and whether
these nails wIll interfere
with the
mstallation of the insulation.
A. It is of utmost mportance to have
';-our entire home insulated, including
your unfinished
attic. All house
insulation
is based
on R (for
resistance)
factors.
In your case,
because you live in the northern
reg;on of the country, you will need to
use a higher
rate of
fiberglass
insulation. The R factor for your area
is a minimum rating of R-19 and the
m.aximum ratmg is R-57. Your local
home improvement
center can detaIl
any mfonnatIOn you may need.
It is also important for you to have
the proper thickness recommended for
your area. You mentioned
that you
would like to insulate your attic, so
6mches of msulation wIll be adequate.
The most common type used is foilfaced fiberglass Insulation. One SIde is
exposed
and the other
has an
alummum foil type covering. ThIS kind
is most popular in new constructIOn. It
IS also considered
the standard
material for attics, crawl spaces and
framed walls
Regarding the protruding nails, you
need not worry. The most logical
reason I can think of as to why the
roofing nails dId not come through the
attic before IS because the proper
length was used. But the nails that
have come through your roof are not a
problem or even an interference. As a
matter of fact, the protruding
nails
will help the installation
of the
fiberglass because they will penetrate
the foil covering and adhere.
Always insulate safely and be sure
to wear the proper work gear. Also,
wear a buttoned-up shirt and tape the
cuffs for added protect;on.
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Whether your home is new or old, it
should be waterproofed,
especially
basement and crawl space walls where
the entry of water
and moisture
ultimately
leads to deterioration
and
damage. With a little know-how and
the right
tools,
you can easily
waterproof areas where leakage
has
started or prevent it in areas where It
may occur. To get started, you'll need
the following
tools and products:
hammer, chisel, wooden paddle, trowel,
wire brush, large pail, heavy-duty
masonry paint brush, hydraulic waterstop
cement
and
waterproofmg
masonry coating.
LOCATE
THE
SOURCE
AND
PREPARE THE SURFACE: Inspect the
walls and locate the source of the
leakage. Once you've found it, use your
hammer and chisel it to enlarge the
crack or hole_ Cut squarely or undercut
while enlarging
the cavity
to a
minimum depth and width of 3/4 lOch,
then remove all loose material from the
cavity and scrub with a wire brush and
water.
PREPARE MIXTURE AND APPLY
TO SURFACE: Prepare a mixture of
one part water
and 4 1/2 parts
hydraulic water-stop cement in a pail
and roll the mixed amount in your
hands until you feel it begin to stiffen
and become warm (only mix as much as
you can apply in a three-minute
period). Beginning at the top of the
crack or hole, press the cement into the
cavity with your fingers and maintain
pressure for a few minutes or until the
cement sets. Then smooth the surface
with a trowel. (Work gloves should be
worn when completing this step.)
APPLY
WATERPROOFING
MASONRY COATING:
When
the
cement has set, the entire area should
be painted
with a waterproofing
masonry coating. Remove any paint,
loose mortar or dIrt with a wire brush
and water. Next, mix masonry coating
and water according to instructions
on
package. Dampen the surface WIth a
hose just before using a masonry paint
brush to apply the mixture
In a
circular scrubbmg motIOn to ensure
penetration
of
waterproofing
ingredients.
First coat should dry for
24 to 48 hours before applying secoQ.d
coat. Waterproofing masonry coating
will continue to cure and harden for
one month.
Should you have any questions about
this
job, call the
QUIKRETE
Companies
at 1-800-282-5828.
They
are the helpful people who provided
the above information
and will be
happy to be of assistance.
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Q. My wife would like me to make a
large wooden cutting board for all
cooking purposes. I am very concerned
about using this board for cutting up
chicken and other meat and making
sure it's clean for future use. Do I have
to apply any sort of finish to this board
before using it?
A. First, a hal dwood or butcher
block type of wood is the material you
can use safely. They generally have a
commercial, prefinished surface so no
other is necessary.
However, cutting boards should be
cleaned after each use with detergent
and hot water. Never use it to cut up
vegetables
after using it to cut up
meat. It must be thoroughly cleaned
before doing the vegetables.
NOTE: It's best to cut up raw meat
on a surface
such as plexiglass,
fonnica or a plastic laminate surface.
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How to choose the right sprayer for your garden
When you need to protect your yard
from destructive insects, weeds or
plant diseases, the right sprayer can
save both a great deal of bme and
~ork. Even more importantly,
the
rIght sprayer can help you attain the
results you desire - a weed-free lawn
and bountiful and beautiful gardens
and yards - using minimal amounts
of spray matenals
Before choosing a sprayer, consIder
how it will be used. Knowmg the size
of your yard and types of spraying Jobs
that typically need to be done will
help you determine which sprayer is
best for you. According to H.D.
Hudson Manufacturing company, a
leading maker of sprayers
and
dusters, you should choose a sprayer
that applies spray with the necessary
pressure, in the precise amount and
pattern, and on target. This will
ensure complete coverage of problem
areas while eliminating waste
One of the most popular tools
among experienced
gardeners
for
applying pesticides correctly is the
compressed-aIr sprayer, also called a
compreSSIOn sprayer.
Filled
and
pumped up by the user, it allows for
precise spraymg of lawns, flowers,
vegetables, shrubs and small trees. It
can also be used to control crawling
insects in and around your home.
Highly
versatile
compression
sprayers, such as Hudson's Bugwiser
sprayer, can also be used to spray
mildew removers, cleaners, sealants,
fabric protectants, etc.
Compression sprayers are available
in capacities ranging from one to three
gallons with a choice of steel or
polyethylene tanks. Sprayer features
also vary in pump type, length of hose
and spray wand, type of control valve,
etc. The ones with more or better
features
generally
offer greater
control and ease of use.
Unlike "hose end" sprayers, squeeze
bottles or aerosols,
compression
sprayers give you control over the
spray in important ways, including:
1. Mix the spray concentrate
exactly as recommended
for best
results. Often, as little as a teaspoon
of concentrate mixed with a gallon of
water will do the job.
2. You control the pressure - high
for penetrating mists to protect leafy
plants; low for coarse, non-drift sprays
that are ideal for controlling lawn
weeds.
3. The on-off control is instant so
you spray just to the point of run:off,
which means no drenching or waste.
4. With a compreSSIOn sprayer's
long hose and spray wand, you can
easily spray right on target to cover
just the problem area, and you can
easily spray under leaves where
insects settle and plant disease
begins.
5. You control the spray pattern _
mIst or coarse, close-up or longrange. The adjustable nozzle allows
you to effectively tackle different
types of problems.
If trees need protection, the slidetype Hudson
Trombone sprayer
sprays at heavy pressure to reach as
high as 30 feet into a tree. The nozzle
adJusts to a fine spray, meanmg it
can also be used with low-growing
plants such as flowers or shrubs.
For people with small gardens and
patio plants, small hand sprayers
may be all that are needed. Hudson
manufactures a 2-liter (half-gallon)
hand compression sprayer called the
Handy, and several other "flit gun"
type sprayers with half-quart or less
capacities. These sprayers are lightweight and spray a very fine mist. As
a result, they're easy to handle and
cover relatively large areas with
minimal spray material.
If you have a large yard or garden,
or want to protect five or more fruit
trees, a knapsack sprayer, which
holds four gallons and is carried on
the user's back, or a power sprayer,
may best serve your needs.
Another useful tool is the duster.
Garden dust is made up of organic
material, such as finely ground corn
cobs,
impregnated
with
an
insecticide or fungicide. Dust is
especially effective on roses and
other flowering plants. A Hudson
Adjutant duster has a long extension
so the user can gently blow puffs of
protective dust on all parts of the
plant.
For a free brochure
entitled
"Gettmg
Started
on a Spraying
Program - Why, How and When to
Spray,"
send
a self-addressed,
stamped #10 envelope to Free Booklet
Offer, H.D Hudson Manufacturing
Co., 500 N. Mlchigan Ave, Chicago,
IllmOls 60611
Realtors in the news
Coldwell Banker Schweitzer Real
Estate recently held its 33rd annual
awards celebration honorIng its top
achievers for 1994.
Laila Abud, of the Coldwell Banker
SchweItzer Real Estate Grosse POInte
Woods office, has been recognized as
the office's No. 1 sales aSSOCIate in
gross commIssion mcome, hstings sold,
and buyer controlled-sales, announced
Paul Schweitzer, preSIdent of Coldwell
Banker SchweItzer Real Estate Abud
ranked No. 7 In the entire Coldwell
Banker
SChw('Itzer
Real Estate
company for gross commISSIOnIncome
Mark Monaghan was honored for
beIng the No 1 sales aSSOCIatem gross
commISSIOnIncome and lIstings sold in
the GrORSCPomte Farms office Mark
ranked No 9 In gross commISSIon
Income for the ('ntIre company Bette
Wnght, another multi-millIon dollar
producer, was honored for being No 1
for buyer controlled sales in the Farms
office.
In the Kercheval/Hill office, Sally Coe
was honored as No 1 sales aSSOCIatein
gross commISSIOn, and was No 21 in
the entIre company. Ann Porter was
honored for bemg No.1 for listIngs sold
and buyer-controlled sales. She also
received Coldweil Banker SchweItzer
Real Estate's Rookie of the Year award.
Other sales aSSOCIates honored by
Coldwell Banker Schweitzer are: Dan
KulmlcIn of the Farms office; Margaret
Del07Ier and Maureen Kunert of the
Kercheval/HIlI office, and Chns Kuhn
of the Woods office.
"The strength of Coldwell Banker
Schweltwr R('al Estate comes from topprodUCIng sales associates who gIve
outstanding
customer
servIce and
results," saId SchWeItzer. "It IS an
honor to have these sales associates as
part of our organizatIOn."
HOME & GARDEN FEATURES
Keep yard pests at bay. Unwanted pests such as leaf spot. cankers. Japanese
beetles. spider mites. scales and tree borers can damage and even kill your
yard's plant life. Products such as the Adjutant Duster from H.D. Hudson Manufacturing Co. are designed to effectively and cost-efficiently combat such pests.
".Tips
DRIVER SAFETY - In inclement
weather, it's still a good idea to keep
the car wmdow rolled down about 1/2
an inch to make it possible to hear an
emergency
vehicle
approaching.
Perhaps you'll save a life by pulling
over sooner. Also, I'm totally against
drivers wearing radio headsets You
can't hear anything
when you're
wearing them. Please, do everyone a
favor and leave them home If you're
going to be driving.
Kate J.,
Shreveport, La.
EASY STICKER REMOVAL -
I
work for an electronics store and have
received several calls from mIcrowave
owners who. upon buying a new unit,
have ruined the door front whIle
trying to remove the manufacturer's
sticker
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Chemicals which should never be
used
are
nail-polish
remover,
ammonia,
cleansers
and
paint
thinners. These chemicals, even when
used in the smallest amount, can cause
scratches or discoloration, and some
can even spread into an enormous
spot
We recommend using a penetrating
lubricant oil and soft cloth. Use care
when rubbing because, as WIth any
plastic surface, It can be scratched
easily.
Also, most manufacturer warrantIes
WIll not cover any phYSIcal damage I
would recommend an ImmedIate call to
the consumer affalrs department of the
manufacturer
to report the damage
Some manufacturers WIll work directly
WIth the consumer to resolve the
problem. Pam T., Elk CIty, Nev
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1167 WAYBURN, GPP - MANY UPDATES
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r";1 Pnced at $129,900
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