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VOL 44—M« oo Grosse Pointe, Michigan, Thursday, July 21, 1983 30 cents 38 Pages — Pius Insert

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From the Park comes reports

of an armed robbery that suddenly

went sour for two bad

guys last week. Seems a couple

of bandits approached a 76year-old

man on Wayburn Road

while he was working in his

yard and asked him what he

was doing.

While he explained he was

working on his shade trees, one

of the men put a "sharp object"

into his side and ordered

the older man into his house.

Once inside, bad guy number

one twisted his victim's arm

behind his back, marched him

into the kitchen and ordered

him onto the floor.

"Like Hell I will," answered

the tough senior citizen and

started to fight back. He was

knocked to the floor and kicked

several times while crumb bum

number two began searching

the house.

Still on the floor, police reports

say the victim" found a

"sharp object" of his own and

stuck it in his tormentor's

stomach, backing him up.

The bad guy then started

choking his victim, who then

promptly bit his hand and

kicked him in the stomach,

knocking him back into the living

room and over a chair.

At this point, the apparently

no* so helpless senior citizen |

ran upstairs, threw open a window

and yelled for help while

the suspects began to beat feet.

Suspect number one was described

as a black male, 25 to

30 years old, 5 foot 9 inches, 165

?uod». He wai wearing a red

S

owerett shirt. Bad ppfchifcte*

two was a black mala, li to *Q

years old, 5 foot 8 inches, 145

pounds. He wore a green flowered

> shirt.

Police say a gold Longines

watch, tape deck and Panasonic

AM/FM radio were taken.

They may have gotten'away

with a few items, but boy,

you've got to admit they've got

some pretty tough "senior citizens"

over in the Park.

Never let it be said that this

newspaper doesn't give the boys

in blue a pat on the back. We

fielded a call last week from

Farms Police Sgt. Pete Martin,

(now retired and growing golden

in the Florida sun), trumpeting

his first ever hole-in-one.

After hacking and maiming

various golf courses around the

country for the past 40 years,

Pete finally hit pay dirt on

March 11 at the Mainlands Golf

Course in St. Petersburg.

For your information, the miraculous

event occurred on the

17th hole. Pete used an eight iron

to reach the 115 yard green. He

reports that luckily there weren't

too many people in the club

house, so the bar tab was pretty

light.

There is no truth to the rumor

that Pete had the ball, bag, cup

and flag bronzed to memorialize

the event.

Tonight is

kinda special

If you're some kind of party

animal, this next story is for

you. The Mental Health Performing

Arts Association

(M.H.P.A.A.) is sponsoring

"An Evening of Scenes, Songs,

and Self-Realization" on Tuesday

evening, Aug. 2, from 5 to 8

p.m. at the Woodbridge Tavern,

located at 289 St. Aubin, corner

of Woodbridge.

There'll be food, refreshments

and entertainment by

the Arts Centre Players, and

"hoted jazz artist" Ron Jackson.

Admission is $10. According

to the M.H.P.A.A., the proceeds

will be used to produce

the original one act play "The

Mind-Fmders," a "drama revealing

the issues affecting

ex-mental oatients living in Detroit's

psychiatric ghetto on

East Grand Boulevard."

Whew!

So if you're always up tor a

great night of self-realization

like we are here at the News,

just call 393-1915 for tickets.

Pointer dies in Montana •>

FBI seeks hitchhiker

By Tom Greenwood

Police and FBI agents in all

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siaies wesi oi me Mississippi are

on the look out for a young hitchhiker

who they feel may be responsible

for the death of a former

Grosse Pointe man earlier

this month.

The body of Frederick II. Pongrace,

31, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Otto Pongrace, of McMillan Road,

was found at the base of a 180 foot

cliff at 10:30 a.m. Thursday,

July 14.

According lo his parents, Mr.

Pongrace, who was discharged

from active duty as a lieutenant

with the Coast Guard on June 30,

was on his way to Seattle from

Washington, D.C. to visit a friend.

He was traveling in a camperequipped

Volkswagen van and nad

planned to visit a number of national

parks along the way.

"Apparently my son picked up

a hitchhiker and his dog somewhere

about 60 miles east of Glacier

Park," said Mr. Pongrace.

"They spent the night in a campground,

but were asked to leave

the next day because the dog was

causing trouble. The owner of the

camp said Fred could stay, but he

left with the hitchhiker.

"We believe my son discovered

the hitchhiker was wanted for a

robbery in Canada and tried to

call the police, The next thing you

know, his body was found at the

bottom of a cliff. His car and

money were gone. There was no

sign of a scuffle," added Mr. Pon-

body and he wasn't dressed for

hiking. My son was very meticulous

and wouldn't walk off and

leave the van unlocked. We know

it was foul play."

The Pongraces stated that

Frederick was carrying between

$600 and $700 in cash, plus $1,000

in travelers checks. The van was

also apparently carrying camera

and stereo equipment.

Jerry Bell, a park ranger at

Glacier, said the body was discov­

Stretching a sail at Hood loft on Charlevoix.

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Ready for the race

Sailmaking — an ancient art

By David Steinkraus

Technology hasn't really, caught

up with Hood sails.

Oh, yes, there are new fabrics

and there are computers and

other machines, but the art of

sailmaking — and make no mistake,

it is an art — hasn't changed

in hundreds of years.

The Hood sail loft is located on

Charlevoix in the Park. Its chief is

John T. "Tim" Woodhouse, himself

an experienced sailor and ice

boat champion.

Woodhouse moved his business

to the Park from St. Clair Shores

when he wished to expand. The

requirements for a building were

difficult to meet because a sail

loft needs an open area of several

hundred square feet in order to

lay out sails. The building on

Charlevoix, became available and

the shop moved.

Just at the moment, the shop

is working on sails which will be

used in the upcoming Port Huron

to Mackinac race. In fact, Woodhouse

said that all other orders

were shut off several weeks ago in

order that the shop could concentrate

on producing sails for the

racing boats.

Woodhouse himself will be sailing

as the tactician on Michigan

Crude, an entry in the Port Huron

to Mackinac race as well as the

Chicago to Sarnia race. Woodhouse

has sailed in the Canada's

Cup and Mackinac races, and in

Florida and Europe. In addition,

he was the world ice boat champion

in 1974 and the North American

champ in '72, '73 and '74.

All of this experience serves as

a guide and Woodhouse still races

in the South during the winter.

These races serve as testing

grounds for new sail design ideas.

It is true that technology has invaded

sailmaking somewhat.

Computers are used to design

sails, but they are not a substitute

for not?!?.! (rial on a boat. Some

times, Woodhouse said, sails won't

be started until the sailmakers

have a chance to sail the boat.

"We understand all the principles,"

said Woodhouse. He

added that there are many other

variables which prevent the application

of set formulas. Wires

will stretch and go slack, forces

will spread unevenly over a boat's

rig. All of these factors will affect

the way sails are made and cannot

be easily anticipated.

Another advantage of new technology

is the fabrics which sailmakers

can use. Sails now are

mainly made of Dacron which

doesn't get water logged. Racing

boats may use a fabric which is a

composite of Dacron, Kevlar and

Mylar all bonded together to form

The advantage of the new fabrics,

especially Kevlar, is that

they are very strong for their

/Weight.

The new sails may be set in

lighter winds and will retain their

shape over a wider range of wind

speeds that Dacron sails. Or, the

new fabrics may be used to make

a sail which is very powerful for a

specific task.

Weight saving in the sails,

Woodhouse said, also means a

weight saving in the boat. A 40foot

racing boat v ,11 carry about

15 to 17 sails'. If i ide of Dacron

the total weight vvi uld be about

1,000 pounds, but ilevlar sails

would only weight about 400

pounds.

There is a price for this performance,

though. A Kevlar sail will

cost about five times as much as a

comparable sail made of Dacron.

Sails are still very labor intensive.

In fact, all the labor which

goes into a set of sails is hand

labor. Though there are machines

used in the garment industry to

cut cloth to shape, they are too

expensive for R shoo .such as Hood

which makes sails on a custom

basis. The maker is better off with

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of the expense of the machines,

said Woodhouse.

Sailmakers have become fixtures

on racing boats. Their job,

ered by tourists stopping for photos.

"The canyon is very beautiful

and people stop by," he said.

"They looked down and the body

was readily apparent. We're treating

this as a death by unknown

causes or a possible homicide. An

autopsy showed Mr. Pongrace

died from the fall. He wasn't dead

before he went over the cliff. We

also know the hitchhiker is in possession

of the van."

According to Bell, the hitch

hiker later slept overnight in the

van, getting it stuck in the mud.

The hitchhiker was described as a

white male, clean shaven, between

5 foot 7 and 10 inches tall,

with a stocky bUild. He was carrying

a blue back pack and traveling

with a black Labrador type

dog, colled a tow truck and paid

for the tow with Pongrace's camera.

The truck operator contacted

the police. The FBI was notified

because national parks are federally

owned.

John Woouhouse

said Woodhouse is, "to tweak

those sails all the time." Also, the

saiimaker will constantly recut

the sail in order to squeeze the

last bit of performance from it. In

the America's Cup trials, Woodhouse

said, a sail will last about

two weeks before it becomes too

overstretched to be of further use.

Woodhouse began making sails

in the 1970s as an outgrowth of his

interest in sailing. There is, he

said, no formal training for sailmakers

to go through. Trial and

error seem to be the primary

training available. Budding sailmakers

may work in a shop, of

course, and Woodhouse did this

for a time. But the best way to

make good sails, Woodhouse said,

is to have an open mind.

And what does experienced

racer Woodhouse see as the outcome

of the America's Cup races?

Woodhouse thinks that American

skipper Dennis Conner will be the

ultimate victor. Sailing, said

Woodhouse, is all variables and

Conner has the methodical approach

which will eliminate or reduce

those variables and allow

him to beat his opponents.

Boats are getting bigger again,

the result of mechanical devices

which allow a boat to be worked

by fewer people. Given this and

the fact that sailing seems to be a

growing sport, Hood sails will

likely have business for some time

to come.

Inside

Business 9A

Cable TV, Local 15A

Classified 3C

Editorials 6A

Feature 10B

Letters to Editor 6A

Obituaries 4A

Prime Time 12A

Society 1-RB

! Sports , 1,2C

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"We feel the hitchhiker is he

ed for California," said Bell. '"

crossed over into Montana from

Canada. Said hVd been working

t,here. Canadian customs checked

him over real good, going through

his back pack and looked at his

drivers license. They noted he was

from California, but didn't take

his name. They had no reason to.

"We later found out he had

robbed someone in Canapa. Apparently

he'd been in a bar, met

some guys, went back to 'their

place and drank some beer. Then

he stole a wallet from a truck and

locked the keys in the trunk and

took off. He really treats people

who befriend him real nice."

A cross country trip to

visit a friend in Seaiiie

ended In death for Gros-

M Pointer Frederick

Pongrace earlier this

month. His body was

found at the base of a

180 foot cHf! by tourists

visiting Glacier National

Park. Police and FBI

agents tracking Pon-

trait have established

that two days before

the discovery of his

body the recently dis-

•'•'WMu. charged Coast Guard

lieutenant had picked up

a hitchhiker about SO

XMuk mil** •'«»* of the park,

y// '''" * Polce say the hitchhiker

and the van belonging to

Pongrace are missing.

nia by now. Hopefully we'ii pick

(him) up before long, unless he

dumps the van. He's either very

cool or^very dumb. ,

"Perhaps it wasn't a murder.

Maybe Mr. Pongrace got too close

to the edge and fell. This guy saw

it and panicked. Maybe it was a

homicide. The drop at that point is

sheer. It wouldn't take much to

push someone over.

"We've had a lot of response

from the public," added Bell.

"Even calls from Manitoba. Hopefully

we'll catch up with him.

We've come close a couple of

'times."

Funeral services for Mr. Pongrace

are, at press time, incomplete.

Born in Detroit, he attended

According to Bell, Pongrace and*

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Glacier, then spent the night in a ' from Horace Greely High School

camp. "The owner said Pongrace in Chappaqua, New York.

was upset that the hitchhiker was

being tossed out." said BelL "He. Mr Pongrace was a graduate of

reportedly could have stayed but the University of Virginia and en­

tofd the hitchhiker, 'I brought you listed in the Coast Guard as a

here. I'll see you get out.' He was lieutenant junior grade. During

so upset he called the police about his tour with the Coast Guard, he

the camp owner."

was involved with environmental

ocean research centering around

According to police records, the control of oil and chemical

Pongrace called the Havre, Mont, spills. He served variously in Ha­

police at 7:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. waii, Alaska and Washington,

Wednesday, July 13 to complain D.C. He was honorably discharged

about the camp owner. His bodv from the Coast Guard at the end

yyas found at 10:^0 the next morn- of last month.

, ihg.. .Officials'believe the body

could have been at the base of the Mr. Pongrace is survived by his

clffr ftsr^f&ta 12 hows be/ore it parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto rai-

' was discovered. : '• • -&jU? ^gNw-*'iS»fc Wtfr/Mrs. Amte''

Maie; and a niece.

"There's a lot of leg work in­ Memorial contributions may be

volved with this," said Bell. made to the Audubon Society. In­

"We're doing a lot of back terment will be in Shushaw, New

tracking. We feel he's in Califor­ York.

City mayor faces

SEC civil charges

By Joanne Gouleche

In a handwritten letter to the

Grosse Pointe City Council, Mayor

David Robb asked to be excused

from, the city's Monday council

;, meeting because "of the media at-

, tention that has been focused on

' me and a personal business matter

during the past week."

Councilman Lorenzo Browning,

who served as mayor pro-tem at

Monday's council meeting, read

Robb's letter to council members.

"I ask to be excused from this

evening's meeting in order that I

may give careful consideration to

my official capacity as mayor of

the City. This will afford me an

opportunity to discuss my pSfction

with the members of the council

and community," Jthe letter read.

: Robb said it was his "desire to

avoid interfering with the official

business of the City." Vj

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There had been some speculation

that the mayor may resign

after the Securities Exchange

Commission charged in a civil suit

last week that the 53-year-old

Robb embezzled $188,000 from a

bankrupt Detroit brokerage firm

while serving as a court-appointed

trustee to pay.off creditors.

In its suit filed^in U.$. District

Court, the SEC alleged Robb violated

the Securities Investor Pro

tection Act, in his involvement

with the brokerage firm, Financial

House, Inc., and its insurer,

the Securities Investor Protection

Corp. (SIPC),'which protects in-

. vmwi uiiui^alo wucu sutu uiuivl

: erage firms declare bankruptcy/

As trustee, Robb administered

payments to creditors of Financial

House from a SIPC fund.

Council reaction to Pvobb's letter

w?*s fjjvonhJo

"It's very simple to me," said

Councilman Browning. "Dave, for

the length of time he has served

as councilman and mayor, I think

hay done a good job, No action

can DO laKcn by the council, in my

belief." *;•

Browning added the SEC

charges are "a private matter"

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don

winners

spent most

By Joanne Gouleche

As you might expect if you're

watching local school politics

cicely, the two top vote-getters in

last month's school board election

spent the most money on their

campaigns, according to the

Wayne County Election Commission.

Campaign finance statements

filed by the local candidates last

week with the election commission

showed newly-elected trustees

Dorothy Kennel and Vincent

LoCicero listed expenditures of

more than $1,500 each to get

elected to the $400 a year school

board post. But in his first bid to

elected office, LoCicero spent

about $1,600 more than Mrs. Kennel,

according to those finance

statements.

Mrs, Kennel grabbed the lead in

the annual election with 2,462

.votes while LoCicero followed

second with 2,178 votes.

The Campaign Finance Act of

1976 requires candidates to disclose

details of their campaign

expenditures and contributions if

they spend more than $500. Deadline

for filing oost-election statements

was Thursday, July 13.

Those candidates who spend

less than $500 may file a reporting

waiver under the law and do not

have to disclose what they spent

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Six good candidates

Municipal problems do not escalate into the

cosmic issues of peace or war in the Middle

East, Latin America or elsewhere in the globe

that demand attention in a presidential or even

a congressional campaign. They do not compete

in importance with the taxation, social

service, education and business climate issues

that capture the headlines in state elections.

Hut they do invoive matters that directly affect

the individual taxpayer and the community as

a whole.

That is the reason the campaign is warming

up in Grosse Pointe Park for its Aug. 2 primary

as the eight candidates for the city council discuss

the issues that are close to the hearts —

and the pocketbooks — of most residents. In the

Park, those issues include the condition of the

streets, possible revision of zoning regulations

to permit more multiple housing, better protection

agaiast crime, a revival of the plan for a

district court to serve all the Pointes and even

the school closing proposals.

AFTER INTERVIEWING the candidates,

the Grosse, Pointe News is impressed by

the fact that all eight are dedicated to the betterment

of the community. They are running

because they feel they could make a contribution,

because they have experience and background

that they feel qualifies them for service

on the council and because they want to help

solve specific problems. Their differences are

more over ways of improving their community,

and less over aims.

Yet it is true, as one candidate said, it has

become to some extent a contest between the

"ins" and the "outs" although there are no

formal slates on either side. Three incumbents

are running for reelection, while five other

candidates seek places on the council. In the

n rimarv six will be nominated to comocte for

the three positions to be filled in November.Yet

even the "outs" are not all that critical of their

city government. In fact, it is because they like

livintf in fh*» T*arb that f hav aro eoaL-inrt *Q

serve and improve that community and its

government.

So what are some of the differences among

the candidates? If the council doesn't get the %\

million bond issue from the state and the $1

million in matching federal funds which it is

seeking for road improvement, most candidates

agree that the Park would have to finance the

'work by-going back to the voters for a millage

increase, issuing bonds or assessing the costs

against abutting property. Several of the

"outs" think the council should have already

set aside a fund for road improvement, and

some think voters would accept a direct tax

increase as an alternative to continuing to

drive on bad streets. Several "ins" think the

council again will have to consult its citizens

advisory committee on roads for advice if it

fails to get the state and federal aid sought.

There is a sharper division of opinion over

the council action in removing multiple family

designations from land currently occupied by

the two elementary schools in the Park. Two

candidates — Paul Lechner and Robert

McCormick — were sympathetic to using the

sites for senior citizen housing, if carefully

planned and managed. The others — incumbents

Roger McNeill, John Prost and Anthony

Spada as well as challengers Vernon Ausherman,

David Gaskin and John Ryan — backed

the council's rejection of the multiple family

housing proposal. McNeill said the council got

good advice from an excellent resource person

and first-rate input from interested citizens before

it acted.

With respect to leadership, the "ins" generally

feel the people are fairly well satisfied,

although one incumbent, Spada, thinks public

criticism is growing: Another incumbent. Prost,

says, however, that people like what is happening

and are "ecstatic" over park improvements.

Several of the "outs" offer little criticism

but say they have heard some citizen dissatisfaction.

Ausherman thinks taxes are too

high and the city government not as efficient as

it should be. Ryan was displeased over handling

of the proposed zoning change. And Gas-

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:>eETTE HILLIER

JANE E. SIMON

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Thursday, July 21, 1983

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A bad rap on the tax hike

Despite the unpopularity of Michigan's recent

income tax increase, its Democratic sponsors

and backers are taking a bum rap when they

are accused of having enacted the highest income

tax in the country.

It is true that Michigan has the highest tax of

any of the seven states with flat-rate income

taxes but most states have a graduated income

tax and many have higher tax rates than

Michigan does even after the recent temporary

increase to a 6.35 percent rate.

Rep. Gary M. Owen, speaker of the House of

Representatives, reports that in states with

graduated income taxes, the marginal rates on

middle and high income are much higher than

the Michigan rate. In fact, according to Owen,

24 states have a permanent maximum marginal

rate higher than Michigan's rate of 6.35

percent which will 'start dropping on Jan. l,

1384. The highest rate is in New York state,

where the maximum reaches 14 percent on income

of more than $24,000 a year.

Another criticism of the recent Michigan increase

— that it moves the state's taxes higher

than those of Michigan's neighbors — was also

rebutted by Owen's statement. In fact, he says,

every one of Michigan's Midwest neighbors

also hiked its taxes substantially in recent

months.

Ohio, for example, raised its income tax 90

percent and boosted other taxes for a total of $1

billion. Indiana raised its income tax 58 percent

and its sales tax 2$ percent for a total of $1.8

billion; Minnesota raised its sales tax 50 percent

and imposed a 5 percent surtax on its income

tax, for an overall boost of $960 million;

Illinois raised its income tax 20 percent, its

sales tax 25 percent and its corporate income

tax 20 percent for an overall hike of $1.3 billion;

and Wisconsin imposed a 10 percent surtax on

personal and corporate income taxes, postponed

indexing of its personal income tax,

raised the sales tax 25 percent and adjusted

other taxes for an overall boost of $375 million.

Owen's statement, issued in order to put the

Michigan income tax hike "into perspective,"

points out that many states outside the industrial

Middle West also were hard hit by the recession

and forced to vote tax increases in

order to finance their essential services. Connecticut,

for example, hiked its sales and use

tax on business services from 3.5 percent to 7.5

To the Editor,

Thanks for the fine article

on Grosse Pointe High's

"Classy class" of 1963 reunion

in your "fyi" column of July 7.

Even broadcast journalists

strive for accuracy, though, so

I hereby point out the following:

I told the News some

class members were surprised

Letters to the Editor

percent, a 115 percent increase, and also raised

corporate and personal income taxes, cigaret

and liquor taxes, realty transfer fees and the

inheritance tax.

The speaker's final ma-inr rvnint i that in

1981, the last year for which he obtained official

statistics, Michigan ranked 32nd in state taxes

as a percentage of personal income. And he

ouucu, must uusci vcia CApctt Liiat SiailSUCS

for 1983 will show that we will hold that low

position, and perhaps drop even lower, because

of other states enacting tax increases iarger

than that enacted in Michigan."

Overall, 45 states increased their taxes effective

this year,.according to a recent Associated

Press survey. Many were larger increases than

Michigan's even though Owen concedes that

^Michigan's budget crisis was the most serious

in the nation, due to the state's high

unemployment.

In effect, Owen blamed Michigan's need to

hike income taxes on the national recession;

the Reagan administration's "new federalism"

that has drastically cut federal support for

domestic nrosframst the ner-essitv to nav for

such basic government services as public

safety, education and human services; and the

constitutional requirement that Michigan must

balance its budget.

Owen's statement helps to clarify the record

but we doubt that it will make it any easier for

Michigan residents to pay that temporary increase

of 36 percent in income taxes that the

Michigan Legislature passed last spring. On the

other hand, it is true that misery loves company

and almost all Americans are suffering

from higher state taxes regardless of where

they live. Michigan residents are not being

singled out for special attention, despite the

claims of some tax critics.

However, Owen does not deal with the

broader question as to whether Michigan's

overall tax picture is fair and equitable, when

compared with the tax load borne by residents

of other states. He also ignored recent increases

in state taxes on gasoline and cigarets

as well as on some forms of business. So what

is still needed is an overall review to see where

Michigan stands in comparison with its

neighbors and its industrial competitors with

respect to the total tax load.

Congrats from 'classy class'

at our dearth of ax murderers,

but the person who brought it

up was,Susan L. Jeffries, 1963,

now a tax attorney for Chevron

U.S.A. in San Francisco.

Also, although I believe we

enjoyed peak SAT scores, I

don't recall claiming we were

"the smartest."

Honest, I enjoyed the article

There's nothing for teens to do

To the Editor:

I am concerned that the

night time activities of teenagers

are becoming very limited

Seeing movies is getting tiresome

and dull and most parents

are opposed to teens attending

parties because there

tends LO be much drinking of

alcoholic beverages by underaged

teens and because many

parties are also unsupervised.

Instead of restricting teans

from attending parties, which

in a sense forces them to

"hang out" at various surrounding

locations because of

the lack of stimulating activities,

why not help these teens

to organize some alternative

and constructive activities

where they can socialize?

Jane Kornmeier

Grosse Pointe Farms

otherwise, and pass on congratulations

to the current

students, faculty and staff at

GPHS South for the national

recognition they earned recently.

John A. (Jack) Thomas

nvuu

Yuba City, CA

Letters

The Newj welcomes letters to

the editor from our readers,

letters should be signed with a

name, address and telephone

number at which the writer can

he veacnea during the day in

case there are questions.

Names of letter writers will be

withheld under special circumstances

only.

Address letters to Editor,

Grosse Pointe News, 98 Kercheval,

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Thursday, July 21, 1983 GROSSE POINTE NEWS Paae Seven-A

The graduates have since come

'and gone. And now perhaps some

are loafing in the summer sun,

taking a well-deserved breather

before tackling another four years

at a local or outstate university.

Still, others may be already purpiiinn

a pnroor Hiit U^»-.~f .•It-.

their higji school years has well

prepareu Chem.

Last month, North and South

High sehuois and University Liggett

School granted diplomas to

nearly 1,000 students. The News

extends aii the best 10 the class of

1983 and proudly publishes the

names of those graduates.

The graduates are listed alphabetically

by school

South High School

Those students graduating from

South last month were Julie Beth

Aardema, Philip Naif Agby,

Jennifer Lynn Agnew, Carolin

Elizabeth Ahee, Jill Susan Albrecht,

Pvegan S. Alfonso, Kurt

William Allen. Nicole Corinne Allen,

Rebecca Susan Arnbiii, Anthony

Joseph Amore, Carey Lynn

Anderson, Chika Aramaki, Jeffrey

W. Arbaugh, Matthew William

Ash, Roy Ash, Timothy Edward

Askew, Theodores Nicholas

Athanasiou, Marc Albert Augier,

Tedd Allan Aurelius and Catherine

Jennifer Axe.

Other South graduates included,

Phyllis Marie Ayoub', Kristen

Mane Ayrault, Robert Bruce Bailey,

Michael James Bartoszewicz:

Thomas Stephen Bartsch, Andrea

Bay, Kerry Eileen Beers, Michael

Dennis Behm, Donna Marie Benton,

Elizabeth Marie Benz, Lisa

Kay Berg. Sarah H. Bernard. Miry,

Shari Lynn Besler,

Anne Marie Beyrle, Deborah Ann

Bibeau, Susan Margaret Birk,

Robert Black, Jeffrey William

Boettcher and Andreas B. Bombel.

More South graduates included

Suzanne Marie Bonior, Shann Elizabeth

Booth, Everard B. Bowen,

Guy Scott Bowles, Nancy Noyes

Boyd, Bob L. Brady, Jr., Jeffrey

Dirk Briggs, Mark Christopher

Brooks, Catherine Ann Brouwer,

Jeffrey John Brown, Peter Eric

Brummel, Russell Dean Brunkc,

Gregory Raymond Buck, Thomas

Walter Buda, Elizabeth Ann

Burdt, James Howard Burke,

Aimee Lin Busse, Cathleen Lanier

Calcaterra, Heather May Campbell

and Kathleen Marie Campbell.

1 • " - " , .; : '•'"';'.: :: ',•::."' '•

Still more South graduates included

Lisa A Carissimi. Kather-

he N**rlh.- Smith aiifl 1J1S clnsses OT 9 S3

ine Denise Carroll, Paul Charles

Cazabon, Suzanne Marie Cebrowski,

Charles Goodman Chapman,

Todd Colby Ciavola, Kelly Lynn

Clancy, Dawn Marie Clark, Thomas

Joseph Clark, Robert Rene

Coddens, Colleen Cole, John C.

John P. Conway^ Thomas Michael

UDok, Cynthia fc>. Cooper, Mary-

Beth Corbett, Margaret Mary

Prvminjo P9rb c ir Q ^ill Courson

and Albert M. Crim.

Other students who graduated

from South wore William W.

Crow, Martha Paula Cruger,

Christopher James Cruthis, JoAnn

Cullen, Meghan Eileen Curtis,

Samuel J. Cusmano, Charles Frederick

Daas, Jill Shontel Dalby,

Katherine Irene Daly, Mary

Frances Daly, Stanley Robert Davis,

Allison Ann Debets, David

Francis Delinski, Craig Erwin

Denning, David Joseph DeRonne,

David Allen DeSmyter, Lisa Lynn

deSpelder, Michele M. DesRosiers

and Douglas Diehl.

More South graduates included

James Joseph Dietz, Kathryn

Theresa Ditmars, Matteo Rene

diTornmaso, Robert Bolton Dodge,

Karl Martin Doelle, Martha M.

Doelle, Tracy Geralyn Doetsch,

James Francis Dolan, Lyla Rose

Dor-Ghali, W.J. Dorrnan, Kirnberly

Diane Downey, Michelle Marie

Downey, Patrick John Driscoll,

Patrick Paul Drummond, David

W. Dysert, Carolyn Joyce Elvidge,

Kathleen Marie Emmerich,

Patricia Sheleagh English, Jane

Frances Esckilsen, Emile Eugene

Ettedgui and Susan Mary Evans.

Still more South graduates included

Richard Norman Fahle,

Alexis Feringa, Dena Sharon Fetters,

Karia Wilen Finger, John T.

Fischer, Christopher Patrick Fitzsimmons,

Stacey Marie Flagler,

Jeffrey Joseph Fianz, Jeffrey

Vincent Flynn, Susan Foster,

James Craig Frazier, Patricia

Marie Frederick, John Henry

French IV, Kenneth Robert

Fromm, Paul Gerard Fuga,

Bernadette Marion Gallagher,

Christopher Alan Ganoff, Katherine

Frances Gardella, Aimee

Kathleen Gasiewicz and Elaine

Gay.

Other students who graduated

from South were Jeanne Marie

Geist, Fredik B. Genberg, Sherlyn

Marie Gentile, John Thomas Getz,

Thomas Gerard Gibney, Wiiiiam

Francis Gitre, Carla Ann Glidden,

James Michael Goetz, Chris Walter

Gooch,.Michael S. Gooch; Paul

' Joseph Gormley, Jacqueline< Graham,

Lisa Marie Greco, Ann

Marie Grifo, Alan Joseph Grigsby

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Janet Catherine Gross, Jeri Lynne

Groth, Robert John Grow II, Barbara

Lynne Grutter, Deborah

Lynn Gulecki and Helena Karin

Gunnarson.

More South graduates included

Susan Kathleen Haddas, James

Thomas liar tin an, Baroara dinstine

Hays, Michael Joseph Healey,

Tracy E. Hefty, Martin Lewis Heger,

Jr., Scott Alan Hensler, Jou

r> «.. v,J TT„.-~U T _ 1. ..

atjjn a n y inuiiu iiciiiiicj, UViill

Eaward Heymes, Katherine

Hollerbach, Jennifer Angela Horner,

Caroline Julia Hoski, David

D. Hume, uiane Elizabeth

Hunsinger, Martha Franklin Hunt,

Elaine Marie Hunter, Christine H.

Huntington, Heidi Hutchison, John

J. Imesch, Katherine Irene Insley

and Sayeed Nurui Iqbal.

Still more South graduates included

William Heywood Jackson,

Constance Barbara Jacoby, Leszek

Jaszczak, Martha Ann Jend,

Andrew John Johnston, Gordon

William Johnston, Catherine

Marie Kalmar, Elizabeth Ann

Kane, Peter Joseph Kane., Peter

Joseph Keane, j'ohn Cavanagh

Kellett, Kathleen Mary Kelly,

Lauren Marie Kennedy, Elizabeth

Brooks Keogh, Gari Werner Kersten,

Christopher Kirian, Thomas

Robert Kitchen, John K. Kline,

Kraig M. Koerber, Gabrielle Barbara

Kopmeyer, Charles Joseph

Kosmas, Christine Marie Kritzman

and Robert Kujat.

Other students who graduated

from South were Charles Scott

Lahey, Andrew Thomas Landauer,

Steven John Landuyt, Bradford

Nilsson Langs, Angela Lynne

Lariscy, Kirsty Elder Laurie,

Lawrence William Law, David

Lawrence III, Mary Elizabeth

Leamon, Mark Alan LeChard, Michael

K. LeFebre, Teresa Ann

Lenard, Joseph Thomas Lenz,

Kelly Michelle Leon, Denise Eileen

Leonard, John Thomas Le-

Plae, Susan Elizabeth Levitan,

Tnf frm? A T i /-(»*» »* T #\nln«* TAKW

u t l i i v j n. i-ii£,illi, iiCjIt) uUllii

Linder and Sharon K. Linne.

More South graduates included

Martha M. Lock, Nancy Joyce

Lockhart, Dawn L. Locniskar,

Mark Nickolas Longwell, Caroline

Marie Loosvelt, Robert Edward

Lopiccola, Andrew Stuart Lord,

Sarah Jane Lyford, Lawrence

Trainor MacDonald, Lachland

Ross Mac Kay, Cheryl Lynn Mac^

Kinnon, Meridith Anne Mac-

Mechan, Judith Anne Magyar,

Allen Thomas Manasa, James

Maniere, Kathleen Marie Manthe,

Nick Anthony Markus, Brian T.

Marrs, Kurt Richard Maunz and

Kimberly Ann McCarty.

Still more South graduates included

Sharon Elizabeth McGann,

Megan Ratchford McMahon, Kelly

Ann McNamara, Philip Gerard

McNamara, Sarah Elizabeth Mebus,

Katherine Welch Mercier,

Tracey Anne Me try, David William

Millar, Theresa Ann Miller,

Richard William Moellering,

uavid Christopher Monroe, Nils

K. Montag, P. Martin Montagne,

Moran, Thomas J. Moran IV,

Monday Mouhtouris, Ronny Saleem

Muawad and Jeanne Eliza-

K^i + U 'fi,.-,.-!,,.

UCi.ll WAUipily.

Other students who graduated

from South were Paul Joseph

Naimish, Steven Carl Natelborg,

Richard A. Naughton, Jr., Kristin

Noel Neily, Thomas Leonard Nelson,

Jr.. Mary Elizabeth Nickum.

Aileen Crimmings O'Brien, Gregg

Christopher Oetting, John Michael

O'Meara, Patrick Martin O'Neill,

Mark Douglass Opyd, Nigel Paul

Orton, Karalynn Lee Ott, George

Laugel Palms, Jr., Deborah Katherine

Parcells, Matthew Alexander

Parcells, Cynthia Pattyn.

More South graduates included

Martin Paul Pavliscak, Antonio

Catilhos Pedrosa, Laura Peoples,

Lynn Ann Peiierito, Wolfgang Andrew

Petermann, Christina Marie

Peters, Paul Eric Piccione, Todd

Champion Pierce, Jennifer Mary

Plansker, Petra Marcela Polasek,

Cherv) Jane Pomero v Alexander

G. Posada, John Michael Potter,

John Preston, Amy Christine

Quarters, Susan Lynn Quello,

Amy Helen Race, Nada Radulovich,

William Gerard Rathsburg,

and John C. Ratsek.

Still more South graduates included

Sherry Marie Rauh, Jane

Redding, Paul Vincent Rentz, Suelyn

Ritsema, Virginia Marie Rivard,

David Alexander Robb, Michael

John Robert, Grace B.

Robinson, Christopher Safford

Rockwell, Dawn B. Rogers, Edward

Allen Rogers, Mitchell F.

Rosinski, Douglass Lee Ross,

Susan Ann Rousseau, David Ronald

Roy, Michael Edmond Ruffner,

Michael P. Rybicki, Monica

Rivas Samano, Allyn Bruce Sanders,

Jeffrey Scott Sanford, Karen

Lynn Saunders, and Staeia Beth

Schacherer.

v/tuvi o t XA\.A \^ i a t o vviav/ ^ I U U U M I V U

from South were Stacy Ann

Schatz, Julianne T. Scherer, William

Kurt Schmelzer, John Paul

Schneider, Gabriella Mary

O^iiUilv, i'vi'iSi.iil txylt-.r, oCfiUHc,

Patrick Joseph Schulte, Dwight

Thomas Scott, Dawn Michele

Seeley, Tara Kathleen Sendelbach,

Stuart Richard Sergeant,

Phillip Charles Serra, Kirby

I^igh Seyler, Robert Grant Shamo,

Elisabeth Mary Shaw, William

Thomas Shilson III, Jeffrey

yarts Smith, Michael J. Smith,

Murray D. Smith, and itobert

Garrett Smith.

More South graduates included

Brian Paul Socia, Jane Marie

Speer, Kimberly Louise Stafseth,

Lela Stankovich, Heidi Justine

Ellen Stephens, Valerrie Jean

Stone, Michael Rock Stoyka,

Thomas James Streicher, Steven

Suminski Scott Evans Susnlla

David Palms Sutherland, Jennifer

Lee Sutton, Lisa Kathleen Tacke,

Rebecca M. L. Teeg, Leslie Anne

Tewes, Scott Michael Thistlethwaite,'

Christopher Michael

Thomas and Nancy Ann Thomas.

Still more South graduates included

David J. Transue, William

R. Travillian, Catherine Ann

Trombley, Andrew Casper

Turnbull, William Robert Urbancic,

David B. Van Eck, Victoria

Arlene VanNote, Robert Christian

VanSile, Matthew Thomas Van

Tiern, Amy Marie Vasher, Jon

Patrick Verbiest, Sandra Elizabeth

Voydanoff, Suzanne Renee

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VyicttJi, ijuotiii ifiuix^ v; 'a

Marie Egan, Susan Jane Eishe

gruber, Amira Galal El-Alayli,

James Milton Elanges, Tina

Elanges, Randal Allen Ernst,

Gr


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Thursday, July 21, 1983 GROSSE POINTE NEWS Page Nine-A

rsyciiie vi&iis single parents ^•-v

Educator and psychic Stanley

Gutt will be the guest speaker at

the Friday, July 25 meeting of the

S'eastern class

of 58 reunion

The Southeastern High School

Class of 1958 reunion committee

recently announced plans for the

forthnomine celebration of its 2.5

year reunion.

A reunion dinnc r featuring live

music, a nostalgic look back at

the 1950s, and special guests will

be held on Oct. 15 at the Ukrainian

Cultural Center, 26601 Ryan

Road between 11 and 12 Mile

Hoads in Warren,

Graduates and friends of the

class of '58 should call Joy Piazza

at 773-2808 for more information.

Grosse Pointe Chapter of Parents

Without Partners. Gutt is a member

of the Psychic Encounters and

has chosen the topic "The Psychic

World" to give his audience a

glimpse into the future as he sees,

it. The Grosse Pointe PWP Chapter

meets every second and fourth

Friday of the month at the War

Memorial. Coffee and conversation

begin at 7:30 p.m., orientation

of new members at 7:45, and general

meeting and speaker at 8:30.

An afterglow follows at the K of C

Hall, 10 Mile and Little Mack at 10

p.m.

Parents Without Partners welcomes

new members. To be eligible,

a person must be the parent

of one or more living sons or

daughters, and single. For more

information, call 881-5892.

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We longed for it. Wo prayed for

it. We planned for it. Now it is

hero — with a vengeance — our

summer of 1983. It's a little

warmer than we hoped for but

better than its counterpart, the

cold, chilling, dark days of winter.

There are those who argue that

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keep warm in the winter but there

is little you can do to beat summer

heat.

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However, if you choose to

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of the joys of summer; the

clean coolness of morning, gentle

breezes sifting through verdent

shade trees, drives to your favorite

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Ian Phillips, explains that water is

the body's most vital nutrient;

that our bodies are largely water

and that water is the body's natural

system for regulating temperature.

During the course of a day

two and a half to three quarts of

water is lost through perspiration,

natural evaporation and excretion.

This should be replaced by

drinking w«ter.

This precaution is particularly

true for older people because they

seem to be susceptible to dehydration.

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hormone (angiotensin) which

stimulates thirst. They speculate

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not work efficiently and that older

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water in the kidneys. The super

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Bloomfield opens in the Woods AHard home

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SEMTA airs mass transit plan

By David Steinkraus

The tone set at last week's public

meeting on the SEMTA regional

transit plan was generally favorable

though the outlook for the

Pointes is unclear.

The meeting, which took place

on Thursday, July 14, at Wayne

County Community College, was

one of several scheduled so that

SEMTA management might get

public reaction on the proposed

transit plan.

The plan would feature light

rail lines along Woodward and

Gratiot, a downtown people mover

travelling a 2.92 mile loop, a

commuter rail line to Ann Arbor,

and the addition of 172 new smaii

buses and 195 new large buses in

the tri-county area as well as 117

buses to operate in Detroit.

Though the building of light rail

systems would free up buses for

use in other areas, SEMTA General

Manager Gary W. Krause refused

to speculate on whether service

in the Pointes would actually

increase.'

The SEMTA plan envisions an

increasingly north-south oriented

system for Wayne County.

Macomb County would have a

more east-west oriented system.

Another feature of the SEMTA

plan will be the construction of

transit centers. The idea of the

centers is to move people more efficiently.

The transit centers will

provide high-speed limited-stop

service, such as Park and Ride;

conventional fixed-rqute service;

a leighborhood circulator "service

d< signed to connect transit centers

with market areas; curb to

curb services such as Dial-A-Ride

arid community programs funded

by the state. The centers will cost

between $20,000 and $750,000 depending

on the type selected and

the number of existing features.

Twenty-six transit centers are

: scheduled for construction. The

nearest transit center for the

Pointes will be at Eastland Center.

The total cost of the entire

package when it is entirely implemented

by the mid-1990s will

be $2,232,527,000. This cost is calculated

in terms of 1984 dollars.

The proposed transit plan also

shows a deficit of some $40 million

a year for its operations. This sum

results from expenses which are

covered neither by fare revenues

nor by state and federal funding.

According to SEMTA estimates,

40 percent of operating expenses

would be covered by fare box revenues

and 81 percent by funds

from state and federal governments.

This leaves approximately

11 percent of the total program

cost with no source of money.

Attending the public meeting

at WCCC were representatives of

metro area business councils.

The representative of the Detroit

Chamber of Commerce was

in favor of the plan and said it

would be shortsighted to turn

away the federal funds which are

available.

The board chairman of the Central

Business District said that the

group supports the general program

though it has not yet looked .

at the question of funding.

A representative from the New

Center Council, a business group

in the New Center area, also

spoke in favor of the plan though

the group requested that the subsurface,,,

portion of the W.qodward

Ught rail iihe be extended so that

it wouldn't look unsightly and

produce excessive noise in the

New center area.

• Comments from members of the

public varied.

One woman complained of the

current poor service provided to

the downriver area. Another person

asked that the money for

transit construction supplies be

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SEMTA's Krause defended the

light rail against objections saying

that it is the simplest and most

economical technology. The large

buses, said Krause, are not efficient

for a large load.

Responding to another question,

Krause said that a merger with

the Detroit Department of Transportation

is not in view. Though

SEMTA was conceived with the

idea of its eventually taking over

all public transportation in southeast

Michigan, Krause said, the

funding troubles which the city is

now having inhibit a merger.

• The current problem of how

SEMTA will fund its operations

for the rest of the year is still up

in the air.

Krause said that there are alternatives

to the sales-tax increase

for funding, but declined to

elaborate on any.

The first object of increased

funding for transit, Krause said,

will be to restore the service

which has been cut.

Referring to the outlook for

funding for SEMTA Krause said,

"things are going to get worse before

they get better." In six

months, Krause said, he will have

to begin making decisions on how

to balance his budget. The result,

if there are money troubles, will

be service reductions.

Krause said that the purpose

of the meetings and solicitation of

,public qoinments is to get the public

to agree on a plan so, that costs

may be estimated. Krause said

that the plan which has been proposed

is not final.

SEMTA is still accepting comments

from the public by mail,

and will continue to do so until the

end of July. Comments on the

transit plan should be addressed

to: SEMTA Public Hearings, P.O.

333, Detroit, Mich. 48231.

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Woods police said.

According to reports, police

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9:45 p.m. by the homeowner, who

reported returning home to find

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on the door had been broken

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the vestibule of the home, reports

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The thieves apparently locked

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Reports said the search was

contained to the master bedroom,

although a detailed list of losses is

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Taken from the bedroom were a

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goodship "Friendship"

began July 3, and will continue

through Labor Day.

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River with buffet brunch, catered

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The menu includes seafood

Newburg with puff pastry, southern

fried chicken, fresh fruit bowl,

cheesecake, scrambled eggs, link

sausage, bacon, hash browns, assorted

sweet rolls, bagels, muffins,

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the limited seating are suggested

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without some form of payment.

Friendship On the River is also

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cost of $900 for the first two-hours

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It comes equipped with a completely

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Help sought in Woods by insulation group

By Mike Andrzejczyk $30)000) depending on the size of

A group of residents concerned the home,

about the presense of urea for- The three-step process involves

maldehyde foam insulation in removing the insulation from the

their homes appeared before the walls and then sand-blasting the

Woods council last Monday, July surface before washing with a

11, to ask for help in getting state special solution to remove the re-

of headaches, nausea, respiratory the implementation of "low-key

ailments, nose bleeds and rashes publicity" through the monthly

they say was caused by the for- column of Mayor George Freemaldehyde

in the insulation, man in "The Pointer." In addit-

About 15 affected homeowners ion, the matter was also referred

were present for the meeting. to the city's tax study committee

At tne same time, the represen- as well as the Community Detatives

of Citizens Engaged in the velopment Block Grant Citizens'

Removal of Toxic Substances, Advisory Commission for its re-

(CERTS) a Berkley-based group, view and report back to the counasked

the city to consider finding cil on the possibility of using existout

how many homes are affected ing CDBG money to "rectify the

in the woods and possibly even homeowners' situation concerning

offer homeowners tax breaks for urea formaldehyde insulation,"

their property. according to the meeting's mi-

Brys resident Ethel Chaney, a nutes.

34-year-resident of the Woods, told Because the installation of incouncilmembers

CERTS needs the sulation doesn't require a permit,

backing of local governments to there was no way to determine the

help pressure state and U.S. re- number of homes with the insulapresentatives

into taking some ac- tion in the city from department

tion to help those affected by the records, Building and Safety Infoam

insulation. spections director Earl Wakely

CERTS representative Nick Sa- said,

puto, from Warren, put the cost of Other cities in Michigan have

removing the insulation from a decided to attach the question

home at between $8,000 and about the foam to water bills, Saputo

said. There may be as many

as 500,000 homes across the nation

Woods seniors

meet at lake

Grosse Pointe Woods senior citi-

with the insulation and as many

as 70,000 in Michigan, he added.

Urea formaldehyde foam was

banned by the U.S. Consumer

Product Safety Commission in

1982 after evidence surfaced

mm will meet at noon today, July which linked formaldehyde with

21, at the Woods Lake Front Park, increased incidence of cancer and

Participants should bring their respiratory ailments,

own lunch and beverage, The ban was lifted in April by

Among the trips planned by the the Fifth U.S. Court of Appeals

seniors during upcoming months which questioned the commissarea

mystery trip on July 27; an ion's testing procedures in Issuing

17; another mystery trip on Aug. case

27; and a 14-day holidav to Miami The court ruled on the toxicity

Beach, Fia.f in the fall. 0f the substance, Saputo said, but

For more information, call only on the testing procedures fol-

Irene Sutton at 884-2942. lowed before banning it. The issue

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THE GROSS POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC

SCHOOL SYSTEM HEREBY INVITES THE SUBMISSION OF SEALED

BIDS FOR

TABLE TOP COPIERS (

BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTlLl^OO P.M. ON THE 4TH DAY OF

AUGUST, lttt AT THE OFFICE OF fa'tttJmfflS^

ING 3M ST, CLAIR AVENUE, GROSSE POINTE. MICHIGAN 482S0. AT

WHICH TIME AND PLACE ALL BIDS WILL BE PUBLICLY OPENED

AND READ. BID FORMS MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE OFFICE OF

THE SUPERVISOR OF PURCHASING. THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY

AND/OR ALL BIDS IS RESERVED. ANY BID SUBMITTED WILL BE

BINDING FOR THIRTY DAYS SUBSEQUENT TO THE DATE OF THE

BID OPENING.

BOARD OF EDUCATION

GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

GPN .-7-21-83

Catherine E. Brierly, Secretary

THE GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTttl

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC

SCHOOL SYSTEM HEREBY INVITES THE SUBMISSION OF SEALED

BIDS FOR

PRINTING STUDENT NEWSPAPERS

BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL 1:00 P.M. ON THE 1ST DAY OF

AUGUST, 1963 AT THE OFFICE OF THE SUPERVISOR OF PURCHAS­

ING, 389 ST. CLAIR AVENUE, GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN 48230, AT

WHICH TIME AND PLACE ALL BIDS WILL BE PUBLICLY OPENED

AND READ. BID FORMS MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE OFFICE OF

THE SUPERVISOR OF PURCHASING. THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY

AND/OR ALL BIDS IS RESERVED. ANY BID SUBMITTED WILL BE

BINDING FOR THIRTY DAYS SUBSEQUENT TO THE DATE OF THE

BID OPENING.

BOARD OF EDUCATION

UKOSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

GPN ~ 7-21-83

Catherine E. Brierly, Secretary

THE GROSSE PuiNTt PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC

SCHOOL SYSTEM HEREBY INVITES THE SUBMISSION OF SEALED

BIDS FOR

APPLE He MICROCOMPUTERS & ACCESSORIES

BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL 2:00 P.M. ON THE 1ST DAY OF

AUGUST, 1983 AT THE OFFICE OF THE SUPERVISOR OF PUR­

CHASING, 389 ST. CLAIR AVENUE, GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN

48230, AT WHICH TIME AND PLACE ALL BIDS WILL BE PUBLICLY

OPENED AND READ. BID FORMS MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE OF­

FICE OF THE SUPERVISOR OF PURCHASING. THE RIGHT TO RE­

JECT ANY AND/OR ALL BIDS IS RESERVED. ANY BID SUBMITTED

WILL BE BINDING FOR THIRTY DAYS SUBSEQUENT TO THE DATE

OF THE BID OPENING.

BOARD OF EDUCATION

GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

GPN — 7-21-83

Catherine E, Brierly, Secretary

THE

GROSSE POINT! PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

Notice to Bidders

The Board of Education of The Grosse Pointe Public School System hereby

invites the submission of sealed bids for:

Excess Workers Compensation Insurance

Bids will tw received until 10:00 a.m. on the 5th day of August. 1983, at the

office of Business Affairs, 389 St, Clair Avenue, Grosse Pointe, Michigan

48230, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read,

Information regarding the above may be obtained at the above office. The

right to reject any and/or all bids is reserved, Any bid submitted will b*

binding for sixty days subsequent to the date of the bid opening. For

further information, contact Christian A. Fenton, Business Manager «l

343-2050.

BOARD OF EDUCATION

GPN — 7-21-83 THE GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

Ernest Bucchler, Secretary I

is further clouded by lack of substantive

data about the toxicity of

formaldehyde, he added, Some

testing equipment used to measure

the levels of formaldehyde,

an odorless, colorless gas, have

proved unreliable. In some cases,

It giveshigher readings outside an

affected home than inside, Saputo

adueu.

Because of the cost of removal,

many homeowners find themselves

forced to move to escape

the fumes, Saputo said. However,

they find their hornes are almost

worthless because of the foam insulation,

he added. Four southeast

Michigan cities have offered decreases

in assessments of as

much as 25 percent to make up for

the inability to sell,

Saputo said he surveyed 34 cities

and only four refused lowered

assessment requests by homeowners

based on the presence of

the insulation,

Donald Dungan told the council

he had a letter from a local realtor

which said his home was severely

devalued by the presence

of the foam, The appraiser in the

letter told Dungan tne home would

be worth about 21 percent of its

market value it 3old as is, he said,

• Dungan said an April meeting

held at Kerby school with CERTS

representatives drew about 32

people, He said he thought there

were more homes affected in the

Pointes than the meeting represented,

because the income level

in the area would have allowed

more people to insulate with the

foam during the government's

fuel conservation drive a few

The group intends to appear before

the Detroit City Council later

this month to make a similar presentation,

Saputo said. With the

help of local governments, there

may be action at the state or federal

level to get money for insulation

removal, he said.

Although several measures dealing

with formaldehyde foam insulation

were introduced in the

last session of Congress, only one

bill introduced by U.S. Rep. Dennis

Hertel is still pending,

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second Chance Heart Line Unit,.

Inc., St. John Hospital's organization

composed of cardiac bypass

surgery patients, recently olonh^l

its new 1983 officers and executive

committee.

New officers are Russell Santoro,

president; Ann McLaughlin,

first vice-president; Marvin Ninneman,

second-vice president;

Armand Carion, treasurer; and

Louise Gagne, secretary.

The Executive Committee includes

Frank Nicholson (past

^resident), Genevieve Kirouac,

Doris Lang, Ron Lang, John Maniaci,

Leonard Miller, James Mur-

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Dr. Sebastian A. Benenati

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practice of diseases and surgery of the

foot. Office hours by appointment.

20967 Kelly Road

East Detroit, Michigan

Phone: 779-8600 48021

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Thursday, Juiy 2 i, 1353

Do you remember your eighth grade teacher? Think

about that. . . perhaps you mignt after 10 or 15 years — but

how about after 35? All we can say is James Alogdelis must

have been a pretty remarkable eighth grade teacher back

in Canton, Onio. How many eighth grade teachers do you

know who'd be honored, after 35 years, by his former pupils

?•

In addition to his teaching duties in Canton, Jim coached

basketball and football, and had chamjpionship teams in

both. He grew up in Akron. In high school, he made the

All-City Football Team. He played three years of varsity

football at Kent State University before he was graduated

in 1941.

"I remember how you used to bring us hot cocoa on those

cold days at football practice," said one of Jim's former

football players, after he'd hugged and kissed Mary Alogdelis

who (of course!) was at her husband's side during the

35-year Canton eighth grade class reunion, It was a delightful

evening: memories exchanged, photos brought by both

the teacher and the students, some of whom are now proud

grandparents, passed around.

One former pupil called from Texas to reminisce at

length with his former teacher. There was a large, deco-

J. wk««i >f^H «*•«•« ««ir« V welcoming Mr. Alcgdeiis who was quoted *»

eo «ymg A IVbl X ouccvuucu as 8 teacher, and that

"T *"n! T have SUCCCSdv- nfi - teacher nnA thnf T

have touched all of you in some small way or another."

The class nodded amen to that.

From Ohio, Jim and Mary eventually made their way to

The Pointe, where he taught at Poupard and Parcells

Schools from 1959 to 1966, They live here now, on South

Rosedale Court, and are very happy as Woods residents —

but they absolutely loved their trip back to Canton for the

reunion.

Tht Llttltst Gardtn Party Gu«tt

He may not have all the social graces yet (sleeping

through a party in full view of the other guests is generally

NOT DONE, but youth can be forgiven an occasional

faux pas, And one certainly can't accuse him of making a

pig o? himself: he didn't touch the punch and cookies,

All in all, Mark Robert Weber Jr. conducted himself admirably

at his very first party, the Grosse Pointe Garden

Center's Annual Membership Garden Party held mid-week

last week on the terrace of the Grosse Pointe War Memorial's

Alger House, accepting compliments with considerable,

if drowsy, aplomb.

In fact, considering the fact that young Mark, son of War

Memorial Director Mark Weber and his wife, Judy, was all

of seven days old on the day of the party, he did very well

indeed. Sparkling conversation isn't everything. You'd be

amazed at how much personality a bright kid can project

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tablecloths, place mats and napkins, Give

your wlndowi a freih outlook with pretty

curtains, Hudson's White Sale offers a lot of

quick changes, ail especially Inviting values

right now, Come see today!

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And you thought camp was for kids . • .

Don't you Itare tell DR. C. PAUL HODGKIN- dents enrolled In Mercy College of Detroit's

SON, of The Fturns, that you can't teach an Adult Computer Camp, He's pictured above

old(er) dog new tricks ... or that (perish the with DR. ROBERT KIMBALL, one of the inthought!)

camp is just for kids ... or he'll tell structors who acquainted the "campers" with a

you a thine or two! Dr. HodgUnson, age 76, had variety of microcomputers and their associated

a wonderful time this summer as one cf 3G stu- software.

Pointe students

at Interlochen

Sixteen Grosse Pointers arc

umeng the almost 2,300 students

participating in the 56th season of

the Interlochen National Music

Camp which, since 1928, has been

actively engaged in promoting

education in music, art, dance and

drama.

The youngest division at the

camp, Juniors, consists of boys

and girls at least eight years old

who have completed grades three,

four, five or six. Talent exploration

and development are the

primary aims of this division, in

which young Grosse Pointers

James Goodyear and Jenny and

Sandra Dierkes are enrolled,

The Intermediate Division is designed

for boys and girls who will

be at least 12 years old by January

1983, have completed sixth,

seventh, eighth or ninth grades

and have some proficiency in one

of the arts fields. Grosse Point"

Intermediate Interlochen campers

include Paula Thompson, Charles

Goodyear, David Bryant and Kari

Dierkes.

The High School Division,

largest at Interlochen, for students

who have attained proficiency

in one or more of the arts

fields, includes Grosse Pointers

John Steinhauer, Gunther Brinkman,

Jennifer Marshall, Cheri

Kavan, Sarah Peters, Margaret

Drath, Bryant Kong and Charles

Lapo II among this year's campers.

Pointer Roger Wu is an NMC

staff member,

ANN B ALBRECHTi daughter Michigan University was LISA MRS, CARLOS GRODSINSKY, of

of MR, and MRS. WILLIAM H. TACKE, daughter of MR. and Yorkshire Road, Pontiac Motor

ALBRECHT, Jr., formerly of The MRS. CARL TACKE. of Bedford Division, General Motors, Pon­

Pointe, was recently elected Sec­ Road. Lisa also performed in a

ADK'g scholarship

tiac; CAROL HAYTER. daughter

retary of Judicial Board for the violin recital at the Edsel k Elea­ of MR. and MRS. HARRY HAY. goes to O'Coimer

1983-84 school year at Converse nor Ford House on April 21, play­ TER, of Whittier Road, Physio-

College, where she is a junior ing selections from Mosart logy Laboratory. Wayne State Local members of Alpha Delta

majoring in History/Applied Art.

noff University, Detroit; and GREG- Kappa, an international women

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University of Michigan's College and MRS. J. MAURICE Des- their yearly activities recently

MARTHA ANNE LYNCH, of of Engineeering this fall, after her ROSIERS, of Lakeland Avenue, with a luncheon, at Le Cafe Fran­

Ballantyne Road, waB among graduation from South, where she Normal Patient Volunteer Pro ca is, during which they presented

Purdue University' students re- was a National - •• ------ Honor Society stu­ gram, - National • ...... Institutes

cently initiated into the Purdue

of their annual scholarship to Grosse

dent.

Health, Be the sd a, Md.

Pointe North High School grad­

chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa,

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uate Kathleen 0'Conner.

a national leadership honor soci

eta established to recognize excel­ Among Kalamazoo College stu- JOHN PAUL BI^SA, of Severn The group presents a scholarlence

in collegiate activities. dents currently participating in a Road, was recently\appointed to ship to an outstanding student

wide variety e! off-campus Career the United States Naval Academj ZrCiu uiusiic i uuiic nurui ui

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during this event.

rio Cabinet, mirrored hack

$2003.00 $1602.00

Queen Anne End Table

400.00 320.00

Queen Anne Lowboy

711.00 569.00

Console Table, hand decorated top

486.00 389.00

Hexagon Occasional Table

460.00 368.00

Home/Office Desk

2195.00 1756.00

Clandce Hall End Table

511.00 409.00

Glass Top Cocktail Table

791.00 633.00

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workshop date

at Marygrowe

Marygrove College's Office of

Admissions is sponsoring a free

Adult Re-Entry workshop this Saturday,

July 23, from 8:30 a.m. to

5 p.m, on Mar vt]r rove's northwest

Detroit campus, West McNiehols

at Wyoming."

The program, structured to assist

adults in transition who wish

additional information about returning

to college, will feature

sessions on learning and memory

skills, time management techniques,

making one's way around

academia, values clarification and

goal setting, plus an academic

skills review.

Additional information may be

obtained and registration made by

calling 862-8000, Extension 220.

BeUe isle friends

to mark 10th year £

The Friends of Belle Isle celebrate

their 10th anniversary this

Sunday, July 24, at a gala party in

the New Center Area, based at the

"What's On Second J ' restaurant

with spill-off into a closed-off Second

Avenue and the two parks between

Milwaukee and West Grand

Boulevard.

There'll be entertainment, by

the Monifides, jazz pianist Eileen

Orr and guitarists Mark Predun

and Tom Steppe, and prizes, ranging

iioiu season theater tickets to

a night for two at a leading hotel,

auctioned off by Friends and local

celebrities.

A $10 ticket covers hors

d'oeuvres and two drinks. Otter

refreshments, such as hot dogs

and popcorn, will be available for

purchase at the Milwaukee park.

Party hours are 4 to 8 p.m. Tickets

and 'urther information may

be obtained by calling 567-9640.

Greenfield Village fire fightusg fiin

Bucket brigades, bands and contests

are all part of the fun and

excitement at Greenfield Village's

Fire Engine Muster this weekend,

when bright red rigs dating from

the late 19th century to the 1960s

converge Saturday and Sunday,

out.}/ 4*> aiiu £*, to tepiay sumc %n

the activities and sports of fire

fighting units of the past.

At the Big Burn House, a frame

mock-up of a home, teams will try

to douse a fire, competing against

the clock and each other. Visitors

will be invited to lend a hand, and

children will be welcome to man

their own bucket brigade at a

Kiddie Burn House.

ALL MERCHANDISE

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There will also be water pumping

contests and driving skills

demonstrations. Teams will compete

in a test of how long it takes

to go from a simulated sleeping

position to the site of a designated

"fire." Rigs will be judged Saturday

at tlic villageViseiuge rire

Station.

There'll be music both days, by

the Fire Engine Band and Detroit's

Moslem Temple Band. The

muster is open to visitors at no

additional charge beyond the regular

village admission of $8 for

adults, |7 for senior citizens, $4

for children ages 6 to 12. Children

under 6 are admitted free.

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Lettuce for the Capuchin Soup Kitchen . • .

The Bartenders' Ball benefit for the Capuchin

Soup Kitchen was a rousing success, bringing

lots oi patrons to The Old riace for a high oiu

time on an early summer evening . . and that,

in turn, brought lots of 'lettuce" to the Soup

Kitchen which, since it relies entirely on private

donations and provides some form of food

assistance for more than 2,000 people daily,

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fund-raiser. Favorite bartenders from private

clubs and restaurants throughout the metropolitan

area donated their services. So did

favorite metropolitan area entertainers. The

Old Place* which Gail manages for her father,

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tal Volunteer Services (left), and SISTER VERENICE

McQUADE, S.S.J., the hospital's vice-president, Patient-

Community Services, are pictured at the Gourmet House during

Saint John's r6cent I3th Annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony,

thanking the volunteers for their many hours of sfervice

and devotion to the hospital. Ms. Douglas reports a record

number of in-service volunteer hours for the past year: 104,573

— an increase of almost Sw over the previous ^year.

Oyer 350 volunteers and guests Patton, Patricia Rauss and Betty

gathered lor cocktails, hors Schaeffer. Two thousand-plus hour

d'oeuvres, dinner and the recogni- honorees were Leo Alter, Norma

Hon ceremony. The Reverend Bicknell, Erma Buckman, Mar-

Lawrence DuCharme, director of garet Carnaghi, Doris Fouchia,

Saint John's Pastoral Care De- Kassandra Kalidonis, Stephanie

partment, gave the invocation. Kerzka, Mary Marlow, Suzanne

James T, Farley, hospital presi- McClellan, Catherine Omlin, Irene

dent, joined Sister Verenice in ex- Schrick and Franklin Steensma.

pressing appreciation to the vol- Adult Volunteers cited for-1,000

unteers for their contributions of or more service hours included

time and talent. Cecelia Ballunas, Ann Botzen,

Junior Volunteers who received Anna Brem, Vera Cadieux,

caps and pins for 100 or more ser- Charles Collins, Irene Cooper* uovice

hours included Valeria Alle- lores Garavaglia, Avis Hart, Vicvato,

Laura Casasanta, Patricia toria Keys, Virginia Kraus, Mary

Casasanta, Christopher Cava- Marshall, Josephine Moceri, Ednaugh,

Angela Chappell, Brenda ward Picard, Theresa Reece,

Gruszkowski, Joan Oswald, Kris- Mary Remillard, Gertrude Savten

Strozeski and Lisa Valente. age, Gertrude Schmidt, Mildred

Receiving gold stars for 200 or Schulte, Helen Sinkowski,

more hours were Barbara Biordi, Josephine Sohns, Irene Somogyi,

Judy Bolton, Erika Bower, Laura Sophie Spisak, Laura Szczesny,

Calappi, Michelle Caprara, Laura MargaretTare, Fred Triebe, June

Casasanta, Wendy Goltz, Mary Van Dussen and Use Weinert.

Keyzer, Felicia LeFever, Joan Cited for more than 500 hours

Oswald, Doreen Potie, Pam were Gladys Bedard, Irene Be-

Schulz, Marites Sibug, Janet reza, Margaret Buortmes, Marian

Simmons, Cindy Slago, Cynthia Callouette, Richard Carter, Helen

Swarich, Cheryl Ursin, Sharon Craker, Josephine Cusumano,

Weber and Amy Weidel. Sadie Day, Betty Friedel, Theresa

mle Boyle, Christopher Can- Goodman, Dorothy Haigh,

dela and Eduard Shrader received Josephine Kruschinska, Virginia

gold pins for 200 or more hours. Kyle, Margaret LaMilza, Louise

.Barbara Biordi, Laura Jackowski Lobbestael, Henrietta Loebl,

^and Doreen Potie were honored Halina Lytle, Margaret Mamer,

for 500 or more hours. Jean Marcaccio, Freda Mirku,

Anne Elwart was honored for Olive Mott, Meta Naujokat, Mary

more than 14,000 hours, Mary Parker, Mary Perna, Frances

McDonald for more than 10.000, Price, Anna Romano, Rosalie

Mollie Witty for more than 9,000, Russo, Nashwa Sawaf, Joseph

Louise Lyall for more than 8,000, Scheid, Nicholas Stutzmann, Mar-

Alice Hill for more than 7,000 and jorie Taylor, Audrey Weekly and

Rachel Gualdoni, Thelma Nelson Cecilia Wise.

and Virginia Sheean for more Volunteer Leo Alter and Terri

than 6,000. Scapini, secretary, Volunteer Ser-

Honored for more than 5,000 vices, drew the door prize win-

ances DuRoss, Joanne Grimshaw zer took home a television, Irene

and Helen Stivason, while Marie Bereza a disc camera and Dolores

DeRaedt, Jeri Drake and Lottie Cromar a radio.

Moderacki were cited for more —

than 4,000 hours. MAHI jo^ETTE OSETEK. of

Three thousand-plus, hour hon- Kensington Road) has received a

ors went to Betty Bultinck, Hazel UBQICY of Science degree in Edu-

DeMuynck, Anne Falbo Marion cation from Indiana University

Friedel, Evelyn Marrs, Beatrice eioomington

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Suburban Women Golfers, in the

midst of a successful season that

has included a June 4 invitational

tournament and dinner for husbanus

ana guests, wm uOiu men

mid-season luncheon next Wed-

Winners of the June tourney

were Gwen Tate, Championship

Flight, Kaye Candler, A Flight,

Beth Gibney, B Flight, and Bernice

Knodell, C Flight. ,

Officers, of the group this year

are Susan Dip, president, Mearl

Frame, vice-president, Marion

Bockstanz and Pat Cushman, recording

and corresponding secretaries,

respectively, and Georgette

Szejback, treasurer.

McBee, Cowell

to play at DIA

Bassist Cecil McBee and pianist

Stanley Cowell will be featured at

7 and 9:30 p.m. Jazz at the Institute

performances at the Detroit

Institute of Arts tomorrow, Friday,

July 22, in Kresge Court, the

museum's indoor garden cafe.

Tickets at $6 per person per set

may be purchased in advance

through the museum ticket office,

832-2730, and at the door. Wine,

beer, soft drinks and snacks will

be available at nominal additional

charge during the concerts.

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Thursday, July 21, 1983 GROSSE POINTE NEWS Page Three-B

Lisa Prather

Lisa Prather

to be bride

Planning to be married in mid-

August are Lisa Mane Prather,

daughter of Kenneth E. Prather.

of Stratford Place, and Shirley

Prather, and Jeffrey Scott Bornhoffer,

son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank

J. Bornhoffer, of Cincinnati, Ohio.

The bride-elect attended the

University of South Florida,

Tampa, where her fiance is presently

a student.

Fall wedding

date is made

** i n i u n u vvmuvi IIVUMMIR IW

being planned by Kathleen Marie

O'Malley and Wallace Conlisk

Bruce whose engagement has

been announced by her parents,

Mrs. Corinne Hagemeyer and

James J. O'Malley, of West Chicago,

111.

Miss O'Malley will be graduated

in September from the Metropolitan

Group of Hospitals School of

Respiratory Therapy and will continue

working toward a degree at

the University of Illinois at Chicago.

She is currently employed at

Loyola University Medical Center,

as a respiratory therapist.

Mr. Bruce, son of Mrs, Mary

Conlisk Bruce, i-i St. Paul Avenue,

and the late Arthur L. Bruce, is a

1979 Grosse Pointe South High

School graduate. He has attended

Northwestern University and the

University of Illinois at Chicago,

working toward a Masters degree

in Health Care Administration.

He is a member of the Healthcare

Financial Management

Association, employed as a junior

consultant with the Health Charge

Corporation, based in Skokie. 111.

Call goes oici v.

The Michigan Cancer Foundation

has an urgent need for volunteers

to assist in a Christmas card

mailing and a donor file project.

An hour or two of time, any help

at all, will be greatly appreciated.

Further information may be obtained

by contacting Joanne Shin,

er at the MCF's East Regional

Service Center, 13 Mile Road at

Hayes, 294-4430.

It's summertime, and urban

backyard crops are beginning to

ripen: at Operation LINC, (Linking

Individuals to Needs in the

Community) canning jars are arriving

for the 4-H Growing Roots

TTrhan n-arrlonincf-flannint* Prngrrm,

sponsored in cooperation

with the Wayne County Cooperative

Extension Service.

One hundred and fifty jars have

been donated since LINC requested

either new or used canning jars

from the community.

Coordinators of the project are

pleased and thankful for the response,

but need many more jars

to aid successful family gardeners

who are now learning to grow and

preserve their own food supplies.

Last year, more than 10,000 De

troiters participated in "Growing

Roots," saving a total of $119,000

in food costs; 4-H anticipates an

equally productive 1983 and hopes

area residents will continue to

bring canning jars to Operation

LINC between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Monday through Friday, through

early August.

* * *

According to LINC Summer Office

Coordinator Barbara Coluni,

other important items have been

requested by Wayne County social

service agencies.

Badly needed are working refrigerators

and gas stoves. Both Jefferson

House, a men's correctional

half-way house, and American

Indian Services have requested

electric fans of any style, and

HEMID (Help the Elderiy Maintain

Independence and Dignity),

an agency that offers a variety of

services including in-home aids

such as lawn maintenance and

cleaning, is in desperate need of

lawn mowers.

This month LINC was able to

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the 57th annual Detroit Policemen's

Review and Benefit bychanneling

30 tickets to the Children's

Center Group Home and 20

to Youth Living Centers. The tickets

were routed to LINC by radio

station WJR's Call for Action program,

which had received them

from Trizec and Company.

In addition, LINC recently made

substantial contributions, thanks

to donations from individuals, to

the Rosa Parks Community Art

Center, an on-going cultural prorae

center received a clarinet and

trombone, edstume type clothing

for its dance and theater program

and art supplies for its art program.

These are only a few of the 127

Wayne County agencies Operation

LINC has helped in the last year.

As LINC continues to expand ; ts

services to the community, its r rganizationai

needs also increase;

because of this, Operation LINC

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 9:00 A.M.

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Enjoy a morning filled with fall and

winter; fashions as beautiful and

memorable as the bride you are about

to be. See glorious new gowns

for you, your bridesmaids and

flower girl, as well as wedding

apparel for your family.

Learn from our experienced

consultants about our many bridal

services, including stationery

and jewelry selections, and our

gift registry. Bridal show,

including breakfast, $2 per person.

R.S.V.P. 882-7000, ext. 129.

Jatfob«''S r

recently purchased a new Kay pro

computer. The stnall, portable

business computer with a printer

is now in the LINC office, being

readied for use.

Summer Office Coordinator

(JUIUIII, rt BIUUC111, iti*(iv» ui£, »"

Computer Science at the College

of Woos'ter, is now building a data

K.w.^ nf T IMP's Qfron^ioo fihn will

be programming the computer

and training LINC's full-time

coordinator and volunteers in its

use.

"There are a number of important

services the computer can

provide for LINC," Coluni explains.

"We'll be supporting our

mailing list with the computer.

We'll be creating a record for

each of our agencies, and constantly

updating their needs so we

can be more efficient in giving

them aid.

"And the computer will help the

coordinator have more time to be

creative in other important areas,

such as fund raising.

"One of the most important

facts about a computer," Coluni

emphasizes, "is that it saves a

great deal of money in terms of

time. It will actually take the

place of another paid employe as

LINC expands, and will take care

of the more routine aspects of the

job."

LINC recently introduced its

newly elected board of directors

for 1983-84. Serving on the executive

committee are Erica Lindow,

president; Mary Matvias, first

vice-president/funding; Jeanette

Stump, second vice-president/public

relations; Sara Gagen, secretary;

and Barbara Earl, treasurer.

New board members are Beckie

Cipriano, fund raising chairman;

Chris Litka, research; Sue Kvale,

resources; Paddy Griem, membership;

and Gabrielle Fluhar, future

planning/ nominating.

LINC column space is provided

each month by the Grosse Pointe

News as a community service.

Operation LINC needs your generous

contributions and your

time. We are a. non-prof it, volunteer

organization which helps numerous

Wayne County agencies

and depends on your support, TO

volunteer or donate usable items,

please call us at 3JJ1-670O. Our of.

••-•rfflSMfotir* are *^S.mr to a pun.

Monday through Friday, through*

out the year.

Miss Kennedy

to be married

Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy, of

Shorepointe Lane, are announcing

the engagement of their daughter,

Maryanne Elizabeth, to Thomas

John D'Arca, son of l\tr. and Mrs.

John D'Arca, of Livonia. An October

wedding is planned.

Miss Kennedy and her fiance

are both Western Michigan University

graduates. She holds a

Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental

Studies and Geography.

He holds a Bachelor of

Science degree in Aviation Technology

and Management.

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Julie Eugenio

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Dr. and Mrs. Roy Eugenio, of

The Woods, are announcing the

engagement of their daughter,

Julie Ann, to Christopher Gerard

Ahee, son of Mr, and Mrs. Edmund

Ahee, of The Shores. They

plan to be married next May.

Miss Eugenio, a Grosse Pointe

North High School graduate, holds

a Bachelor of Science degree and

a Certificate of Dental Hygiene

from the University of Michigan.

Her sorority is Delta Delta Delta.

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vows in June

Abigail Ayres Van Slyck and

Mitchell Blair Richard Favreau

exchanged marriage vows Saturday,

June 11, in Saint Michael's

Episcopal Church. The 11 o'clock

ceremony at which The Reverend

Robert E. Neily presided was followed

by a reception at the Grosse

Pointe War Memorial.

The hride; daughter of Dr and

Mrs. Ellis J. Van Slyck, of Colonial

Road, wore a gown of white

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train and a high-collared, longsleeved

bodice of white lace.

Her veil, caught by a wreath of

flowers, fell to below her waist

She carried an arrangement of

small, white mums and oink

roses. ''

Honor maid Brenda B. Chamberlain,

of Cambridge, Mass., and

bridesmaids Loring J. Van Slyck,

Oi St. Louis, Mo., sister of the

bride, Gabriel J. Ritz, of Chicago,

and Sally R. Roach, a former

Pointer who now resides in Bath,

Me., carried garden bouquets of

pink, white and lavender flowers.

They wore long-sleeved, white

cotton blouses, featuring high collars

and pleated fronts, and full,

mid-calf length skirts of deep pink

cotton

Mr. Favreau, son of Mr. and

Mrs. Vaimore H. Favreau, of

Sturbridge, Mass., asked Peter G.

Hoyt, of Newport, R.I., to act as

best man. Ushering were Zenas R.

Van Slyck, brother of the bride,

Robert Hudson III, of Brookline,

Mass., and Mortimer Williams, of

Worcester, Mass.

Readings at the ceremony were

Starrs^Pryor

vows spoken

The Reverend William H. Bahan

officiated at the Saturday, June 4,

wedding of Adrienne L. Pryor and

Thomas C. Starrs at Green Pastures

Estate in Epping, N.H. The

bride, daughter of Adrienne M.

Pryor, of Wheelock, Tex., and the

late Carson Pryor, was attended

by Bridget Balsamo, of Garden

City, NY.

Mr. Starrs, son of John R,

Starrs, of Kensington Road, and

the late Geraldine Poe Starrs,

asked Dennis Brown, also of Garden

City, to act as best man.

The newlyweds vacationed on

Prince Edward Island. They will

make their home in Epping!

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Thursday, July 21, 1933 GROSSE POINT E MEWS

Cute Baby ^ontest Karen Marshall wed in April

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The Harper Woods Jaycee Auxiliary

will present its third annual

Cute Baby Contest, all proceeds to

support the Buckle-Up-Babes infant

car seat rental program, on

Sunday, Aug. 14, at the Harper

Woods Community Day Picnic.

Prizes will be awarded.

Deadline is Aug. 6. There is no

fee, and any child under the age

of 3 is eligible to enter: simply

submit a phnln of the child (largei

than wallet size, up to 5x7) with

the following information on the

back — baby's name, address,

phone number and birth date.

Entries should be sent to Cute

Baby Contest, 19631 Roscommon,

Harper Woods, Mich. 48236.

Photos will not be returned unless

accompanied by a self-addressed,

stamped envelope. Further information

may be obtained by calling

527-2674.

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ASSUMPTION

CULTURAL CENTER

St. Clair Shores

^

The 4 o'clock candlelight ceremony

in Christ the King Lutheran

Church at which Karen Sue Marshall,

daughter of the Morrison

Marsh alls, ^ Bournemouth Road,

spoke her marriage vows to Mark

Edward Dahn was followed by a

dinner reception at the Detroit

Yacht Club.

Her chapel length, double tulle

veil fell from a Juliet cap of

matching lace and pearls. She

carried a bouquet of phulaenop-

sis orchids, uiiu * v y .

Peggy McCutcheon, of Scottsdale,

Ariz., honor matron for her

sister, and bridesmaids Marcia

Russell, a longtime school friend

Presiding at the_rites_Saturday, and neighbor, Linda Komc, the

April 30, was The Reverend

Joseph Fabry. Kyle Clor, a longtime

close friend and schoolmate

of the bride, performed a flute

solo. The church service opened

with a male quartet singing "Take

Thou Their Hands" and closed

with "Peace, Peace I Leave With

You."

The former Miss Marshall wore

a traditional gown of chiffon,

styled with a long train falling

from a dropped waist and a longsleeved,

high-necked bodice of

re-embroidered Alencon lace accented

with seed pearls.

UN

DETROIT:

GEE&T

SEAFOOD

BOSTON.

The Boston Sea Party."

A little bit of Boston right

here in Detroit, with

atmosphere as delightful as our

seafood. And now, in addition

to our incredible all you care to

eat buffet piers, you have the

option of ordering from our

new entree menu. Prices start

at $8.95.

Choose from delightful

dishes prepared to perfection —

Whole Maine lobster, Fried

Shrimp, Ix>bsterTail. And for

mm

Short and

to the Pointe

(Continued from Page IB)

WENDY J. ALT-

HOUSE, daughter of

MR. and MRS. V.G.

ALTHOUSu, of Holi-

Bachelor of Science

degree in Nursing

from Wayne State

University on May 1,

graduating with honors.

,

the land lover, there's meltin-your-mouth

Prime Rib,

Filet Mignon, Chicken Breast

Franchise

rrancs

and more.

E

:h entree comes with a

trip to the Chowder Bar

and Salad Pier. You also

get a choice of potato, vegetable

du jour and popovers. Then

there's the dessert tray — a

work of art.

Experience a little bit of

Boston tonight. Call for reservations.

The Boston Sea Party.

Superb entrees from $8.95.

31920 Van Dyke, Warren, MI (31.3) 977-1840

bride's Michigan State University

roommate, and Susan Jensen, a

sorority sister, Git Tried Colonial

arrangements of miniature Elegance

carnations and baby'sbreath.

They wore white, long-sleeved

blouses, each styled with a flat

ruffle forming a collar and extending

down the front, and

strawberry pink skirts banded at

the waistline with deeper pink

French ribbon.

Mr. Dahn, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Ralph Dahn, of Benton Harbor,

asked Rick Robinson to act as his

best man. Ushers were Charles

Epperson, Michael Mayle and

Randy Pingatore.

The mother of the bride wore a

long-sleeved, ruffle-necked, formal

length gown of very pale

green chiffon. The bridegroom's

mother chose a long gown of pale

turquoise crepe, with a matching

jacket. Both mothers pinned cymbidium

orchids to their purses.

Th*» np\y|vu;pHi! VfK'Hf ionPfl at

Hilton Head, S.C. They are at

home in Stevensville.

Out-of-town guests included the

bride's grandmother, Mrs. Ida

Kramer, who divides her time between

Indiana and Florida, and

the bride's brother and sister-inlaw,

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mar-

Joyce Saviano

godchild.

They wore emerald green ensembles

featuring long, taffeta

skirts and long-sleeved, velvet bodices.

Pink ribbon streamers accented

their bouquets of pink

Sweetheart roses and fresh ivy.

Mr. Backoff, son of Mr. and

The ma^ic continues at Meadow

Brook Music Festival in

midsummer, with superstar

Sammy Davis Jr. scheduled to

sing, dance and clown next Tues

Photo by Tom Greenwood

Mr. and Mrs.

MarkE. Dahn

shall, of South Bend, Ind.

More were the bride's uncle and

aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John McCoubrie,

New Jersey residents, Martha

May Reinking, another aunt, who

lives in California, Isobel Pocock,

who came from England

for the wedding, and Indiana residents

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haller.

Still others were the bridegroom's

brothers-in-law and sisters,

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Burrows,

who live in Texas, Mr. and Mrs.

Michael li i/


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Thursday, July 21, 1983 GROSSE POINT E NEWS Page Seven-B

aim ortnuo HUCHUI , irfu.

1689 BROADSTONE

GROSSE POINTE WOODS, -. s

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22 WEBBER PLACE Charming, immaculate

!"»**•'»*£ tb"* •'• "f't (rif.t.Xiina" M i HanH-rarved

oak throughout. Leaded cathedral windows.

Soundproof construction. Large dining room.

Spacious library. Kitchen features too numerous

to mention. A ballroom with stage to handle

any size of party! Suited to the standards of the

executive! Call immediately!!!

1689 BROADSTONE — A one-of-a-kind find!!! Custom English tudor. Super area of the Woods! Third

floor expansion for more bedrooms, studio, etc. Heat, electricity, plumbing already in. Newer

roof and driveway. Owners extremely anxious! Hurry to see!!!

SHOWN BY .APPOINTMENT

787 LINCOLN — Lovely home in a delightful area of the Pointes! Spacious room sizes, great for a

large family! Good closet space! Assumption at 9% with bank qualification. This is the home for

you! Call now!!!

853 LAKEPOINTE — Attractive dream home built for the executive! Beautiful leaded glass windows,

modern kitchen, a brick patio, and a recreation room. UFFI is analyzed and certified by

the department of public health.

408 ALTER — Gorgeous 6/6 income with separates — move-in condition. Extremely neat! Owner will

consider all offers. Call for more exciting details about this super home!

20073 WALLACE — A beautiful brick ranch on a secluded street! Mr. and Mrs. Clean lived here!

Huge lot with built in pool! Sun-in family room with natural fireplace, finished basement — great

for entertaining! Large modern kitchen, 3-car garage, circular driveway, and thermal pane

windows!!! A pleasure to one's eyes!

JIM SAROS AGENCY, INC.

886-9030

William J. Champion & Company

1411 BEDFORD - NATURAL

WOODWORK enhances this 3

bedroom, V/z bath English with

remodeled kitchen, spacious

rooms, den and 2 car garage.

OPEN SUNDAY 2:30 — 5:00

23501 MALVERN — ST. CLAIR

SHORES between 8 & 9 MILE —

FIRST TIME OPEN. Stunning

decor highlights this newer 3

bedroom, V/i bath brick ranch.

Lovely family room with fireplace,

kitchen with eating space

and attic fan $69,900.

1020 WHITTIER — HANDSOME

CENTER ENTRANCE COLO­

NIAL features 4 bedrooms, 2 l k

baths, family room and library.

837 PEMBERTON - OWNERS TRANSFERRED and must sell this clean 3 bedroom, 2% bath

colonial. Extras include cherry-paneled library, Florida room, leaded glass, newer furnace and

natural woodwork.

BY APPOINTMENT

* FIRST OFFERING^_ IMMACULATE COI^ '''•'

ONIAL ON TOURAINE has been extensively

redecorated and remodeled. There is a gracious

step-dowu living room with a large bay

window and natural fireplace, library with

black walnut paneling and stone fireplace,

gourmet kitchen, first floor bedroom and bath,

screened terrace, five spacious bedrooms on

the second level, completely updated mechanical

systems and superb landscaping.

• FIRST OFFERING — HANDSOME COLONIAL offers a massive living room fireplace, library

with fireplace, heated garden room, remodeled kitchen, 4 large bedrooms and 2 baths on second

floor, 2 bedrooms and bath on third floor and BUILDABLE LOT INCLUDED! $189,900.

STATELY ENGLISH TUDOR PERFECTLY DELIGHTFUL IMPRESSIVE CONDOMINIUM

has new price of 4149,900!

Completely redecorated and

restored, there are 5 bedrooms,

3Vfe baths, library with

fireplace and new energy package.

BRAND NEW FAMILY ROOM

highlights this 3 bedroom, lVfe

bath colonial with remodeled

kitchen, 2 car garage and quick

access to St. John Hospital.

colonial features new family

room and kitchen, 3 bedrooms,

Vh. baths and exceptional condition.

BEAUTIFULLY MAINTAINED,

this 5 bedroom, IVz bath English

Tudor offers decorative moldings,

updated baths, library and

sweeping yard.

DUTCH COLONIAL ON UNI- ATTRACTIVE FAMILY HOUSE

VERSITY has 3 bedrooms, 1%

baths, den, sleeping porch,

screened porch and 11% assumable

mortgage with 26

years remaining.

sW>»4 - RVw' -!»&%»

INDIAN VILLAGE MANSE with

5 bedrooms, SVfe baths, library

with fireplace and heated porch.

STORYBOOK COLONIAL on

THREE MILE has an assumable

mortgage, new decor and

den. $34,900.

LOCATED "ON THE HILL

in Grosso Pointe Farms . .

nnoss from Pony l)ruj.;s

offers 3 bedrooms, den. newer

roof, aluminum trim, new

carpeting, service stairs,

natural woodwork and leaded

glass windows. $68,900.

DETROIT AREA LISTINGS

TRANSFERED OWNERS must

sell this clean 3 bedroom bungalow

with central air and

heated garden room. $43,500.

YORKSHIRE BUNGALOW offers

3 bedroom?, lovely updated

kitchen and high balance

assumflble mortgage.

$49,500.

Mary C. Bodkin

Margaret Breitenbecher

Sally Clarke

Marian Dodge

Theresa Fiedler

Dorothy Healy

Diane Kelly

Shirley Kennedy

Ix>rr nine Kirchner

Cherie Pine

Kvelyne Rupp

Barbara Simpson

Lee Brunette Tyler

Jean Wakcly

Kathv York

Cathy Champion Dillaman. Broker

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offers private screened porch,

newer kitchen, central air, 3

spacious bedrooms and 2 baths

on 2nd floor, third floor with 2

bedrooms and bath.

THE BEST OF THE OLD AND

NEW, this spacious 4 bedroom,

2V2 bath brick colonial has a

newer kitchen, den and family

room.

CONTEMPORARY WITH VER­

SATILE FLOOR PLAN could

be the answer for your family.

There are 5 bedrooms, 3V2

baths, family room and

kidney-shaped "pool.

PRICE SLASHED on this cute 2

bedroom brick ranch with

hardwood floors and 2V2 car

garage.

CHARMING COLONIAL features

3 bedrooms, V/?. baths,

spacious kitchen, 2 car garage

and immediate occupancy.

Mcmb'T of ltn,'

Crosse Pointe Real Kstati' K\.•.',>':; ...

IN THE WOODS - A fine family Colonial has 4

bedrooms, lVfe baths, large family room and all

new decor 12%% assumption available and

transferred owner invites offers! 881-6300.

LENNON — This 1-owner home in the Woods has had lots of tender loving care! An attractive 3

bedroom, 2 bath \ x k story with special features. Exceptional value! 884-0600.

GROSSE POINTE FARMS — 2-Famify brick income with lots of Updating thruout including JL I1UI IllV

windows and new carpeting. A rare find in this prime area. $82,500. 881-6300.

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884-5280

tOCHMOOR

20817 MACK

HAWTH6RNE

SPACIOUS CAPE COD style home STATELY, WELL MAINTAINED 3

festering 3 bedrooms, 2 full bath- bdv Color 1 !**! In ? d^sirahta location

rooms, new kitchen, large lot. of the Woods. Finished basement,

OPEN SUNDAY family room, 1.5 baths and more.

BY APPOINTMENT

CENTURY — 21 LGCHMOOR is the only 0-21 office with

membership in the Grosse Pointe Exchange. Why not double

your home's exposure by listing with us.

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IHELP WANTED!

Local Realtors are losing their "FOR SALE" signs at an alarming rate.

Since there is about $50.00 investment in each one, we ask your help in

retrieving them. If a prankster deserts one on your property, would you

return it, please, to any local real estate office? (No questions asked!)

BORLAND ASSOCIATES

OF

Richard E. Borland, Sr.

Elaine L. Borland

Richard E. Borland, jr. EARLKEIM

Helen Connolly ,

Marilyn Coticchio

Kay Cunningham ^REALTY—

Mary De Manigold

Nancy HohUeldt

Pat Home

Joanne Homer

Peggy Hume THE FULL SERVICE

PEOPLE

Jessica Keatton

Bobbie Lagan

Paul Locriehio

Jill McBride

Joyce Sanders

Bruce Sanders

Nancy Schumaker

Dianna M.Smith

Tom Steen

Bob Tighe

Eloise L.Walsh

Betty Wyborski

WANT TO BE COOL?

Let our cool agents, in our cool office, show you cool houses with cool

professionalism. It's cool to be cool. .. join us today!

FIRST OFFERING

TIGHT BUDGET? Here's a compact

one owner home in Harper

Woods for only $59,900. Three bedrooms,

formal dining room, good

sized kitchen and a finished basement

with extra bath. Add to that

major kitchen appliances, carpet,

draperies and GROSSE POINTE

SCHOOLS — you can see it today.

OPEN SUNDAY>$,,.. ^....,,^

298 UNIVERSITY — This marvelouV^xecuTlve^ctlsf6nrBu 1 i3 Tarm Colonial

offers quality throughout J The sunken living room has a vaulted

ceiling. A wet bar in the large family room and gorgeous Mutschler

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Trans-Season Fashions ... are arriving at Michelle's

Place. Two piece dressing in textured

blends and in deep jewel color*? A A±_-*- ,_,J*U^

are perfect choices. By the way, ["•iioiiLJjij^

there are still some fashion bar- V PL ACE f£j

gains with tempting sale prices at NdV

17864 Mack Avenue. Open Tuesday through Saturday

. . . 10a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

MR.U

Epcot . . . is for all ages. This is the

summer to build family memories. Call

Barbara, she knows all the best hotel and

air rates , . . Mr. Q Travel . . . 886-

0500.

Special . at the Notre Dame Pharmacy. Flowing Velvet

night cream U specially priced $9 for 3% on.

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Camping popularity ^ cost, go up

, Michigan private campground

owners expect one of their best

seasons ever with an anticipated 2

percent increase in business for

the second straight year, according

to the Automobile Club of

Michigan.

Despite an average 70 cent-per-

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C tt 111 {.»."> 1C v.: UIUl.u»v un-i i.y)\ji.,

Michiganians have discovered

that camping remains an excellent

way to cut vacation costs,"

stated James Drury, Auto Club

Travel Operations manager.

with electricity at the 339 private

parks listed on the Auto Club's

1983 Private Campground Guide is

$7.45, with prices ranging from

$1.50 to $15.

"Abundant gasoline supplies,

increased requests for advanced

campground reservations and an

expected upturn in the state's

economy all point to a strong

camping season," he said. "Recreational

vehicle sales in Michigan

increased an estimated 25 to

Club guide range in size from 25 state park site must mail a check

to 600 sites, and about 80 percent and a form to the park at least

seven days in advance. Reservation

forms can be obtained by contacting

the Department of Natural

Resources Information Services,

Mason Building, Box 30028, Lansing,

48909.

All but seven state parks will

take reservations by telephone.

Parks not accepting telephone reservations

are Hartwick Pines

near Grayling, Holland,

Turlington, Mears near Pcntwater,

Petoskey, South Higgins Lake

near Roscommon and Warren

Dunes near St. Joseph.

offer swimming, either in a lake

or pool. There are more than

63,000 campsites in Michigan, including

32,235 private, 14,040 state

park, 3,100 state forest, 2,409 federal

and 11,236 county, township

ana city sites.

State park campers will pay $7

nightly for a site with electricity,

up $1 from last year. Other state

park fees — $4 for a rustic site, $3

for an advanced reservation and

m^ v \xmi.j wi yiu (tilllUdi pdTK

entry permit — are unchanged.

Rustic site fees at Michigan's

state forest campgrounds were

raised $1 to $4. Fees at National

State park campsites can be re-

Forest Campgrounds generally served for up to two nights in the

range from $3 to $6. Lower Peninsula and for one night

Campers wishing to reserve a in the Upper Peninsula.

Water workouts score high

ItflBjBEkV-'^^mi : : u ^ » ' ^ » ' ' , ' ' ' . I:'' i «.. L' 'mfe%r$f%^ . ^ffipS Wo^Sop^allagher

student Kurt Thomas was named

to the Class A all-state team,

while University-Liggett school

players Steven Pack and Frank

Crociata were named lo the Class

Photo*by BruceSelan Q an(J fj team.

North girls took home athletic award letters following their successful spring sports seasons. Twenty-three coaches from

Senior sottnail stars Tracy MCiuDDon


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1 A—PERSONALS 1 A—PERSONALS

PRAYER TO THE

HOLY SPIRIT

Holy Spirit, you who makes

me see everything and who

shows me t*' if> MJQV it\ i> a nh i

my ideal, You who give me

the Divine Gift to forgive

and forget the wrong that is

done to me, and you who are

in a!! instances of my life

with Me. I, in this short dialogue

want to thank you for

everything and confirm

once more that I never want

to be separated from you no

matter how great the material

desires may be. I want

to be with you and my loved

ones in your perpetual

glory. Amen.

Thank You for your love towardsme

and my loved

ones, tray this prayer 3

consecutive days without

asking your wish, after

third day your wish will be

granted, no matter how difficult

it may be. Then promise

to publish this prayer

as soon as your favor has

been granted. Wish granted..

L.G.

THANKS to St7 Jude feVfav 7

ors received. M.M.

$50 REWARD

For the return of a 23" boys

blue Schwinn LeTour which

was stolen 7-7-83, in The Village.

Call Glenn Housey. No

questions asked.

649-3250

COMMERCIAL Green House

approximately 16'x20\ includes

heating and cooling

units, you dismantle, $2,500.

884-2101.

RETIRED OR SEMI

RETIRED COUPLE

(Non-smokers) who would

like lovely free apartment

in Traverse City in return

for care of elderly lady. The

woman would prepare meals,

give minimal physical

assistance. Administer 1 insulin

shot a day and do light

housekeeping for a salary.

The man might be asked to

care for garden and do some

household chores. The man

could have a outside job.

Call T. Shilson. 259-4000.

During business hours.

JUDY

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LADY - YOUR PIES AND

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an joy ine ana uun t uv<

alone or with relatives.

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FOR WOMEN

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Nutritional Counseling

Holistic Weight Loss

Call Judy At 882-3856

CUSTOM made furniture and

interior finish work. Specializing

in: solid hardwoods,

handcarving, reproduction

prices, quality

craftsmanship. Free estimates,

references, portfolio.

Ken, 5214637, 527-9282.

" NOVENAT6 ST. JUDE

Anoxic and Martvr great in

virtue, rich in miracles,

kinsman of Christ, intercessor

of all who invoke your

aid in time of need, I pray to

you to use your great God

given power to aid me in my

urgent petition. In return, I

promise to make your name

known. Pray for us who ask

for your aid, St. Jude - say 3

Our Fathers, 3 Hal' Marys, 3

Glorias. This Novena has

never beenknowntofail. Say

Novena for 9 days. '

PRAYER TO THE

HOLY SPIRIT

Holy Spirit, you who makes

me see everything and who

shows me the way to reach

my ideal. You who give me

the Divine Gift to forgive

and forget the wrong that is

done to me, and you who are

in all instances of my life

with Me. I, in this short dialogue

want to thank you for

everything and confirm

once more that I never want

to be separated from you no

matter how great the material

desires may be. I

want to be with you and my

loved ones in your perpetual

glory. Amen.

Thank You for your love towards

me and my loved

ones. Pray this prayer 3

consecutive days without

asking your wish, after

. third day your wish will be

granted, no matter how

difficult it may be. Then

promise to publish this

prayer as soon as your favor

has been granted. Wish

granted. M.A.V.

ONE Way airline ticket. Detroit-Phoenix.

Good till

S-22-83,eall 778-1288.

HOMEMAKER Wishes be-

fHANks bona*. Call to St. Kathte, Jude •55-2432. for favors

ra.-«i¥«M for m. 5.M. —

Mom.

THANKS to St. Jude for favors

received, for J.A. —

Mom.

BALLOONS

HIGH FLYING HELIUM BALLOON BOUQUETS

For all occasions for as little as $10—delivery available.

Buy a dozen or buy a gross. A GREAT way to celebrate.

Clip and use this ad for 15% OFF. Expires

7-30-83.

882-4968

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Friday Night Live & Saturday too is coming next week to

the Village! Friday, July 29 will be a fun filled evening

• as Village merchants take to the streets with sale and

clearance merchandise, over buys and leftovers.

Prices include 20 to 80% off on this good new stock

which has to be off the shelves to make way for Fall

merchandise.

Kercheval will be closed to vehicle traffic Friday from 6 to

10 p.m., so that everyone can enjoy the good old summertime

atmosphere. The Stand'ard 5, a Jocal combo,

and over 50 members of the East Side Sweet Adelines

will provide music for the evening. On the street food

sales will spark up the evening. On Saturday 9:30 to

5:30, Kercheval will be opened to vehicle traffic, but

fantastic bargains will continue on the sidewalk.

COME TO THE VIIXAGE NEXT WEEKEND!

1 A—PERSONALS

THANKS to St. Therese and

Fr. Sclanus for favors received,

for M.M. -~ Mom.

UNPERWAitH

DIVING

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DAVE 775-1902

WEwllfbuy yourl932ana 1983

paperbacks, $2.95 and up for

at least 50 cents a piece. No

Harlequins. Also we buy

comics and men's magazines.

Novel Exchange.

THANK you St. Jude gor favors

received. N.K.S.

PRAYER TOTHE

HOLY SPIRIT

Holy Spirit, you who make me

see everything and who

shows me the way to reach

my ideal. You who give me

the Divine Gift to forgive

and forget the wrong that is

done to me and you who are

in all instances of my life

with me, I, in this short dialogue

want to thank you for

everything and confirm

once more that I never want

to be separated from you no

matter how great the material

desires may be. I want

to be with you and my loved

ones in your perpetual

glory. Amen.

Thank you for your love towards

me and my loved

ones. Pray this prayer 3

consecutive days without

asking your wish, after

third day your wish will be

granted, no matter how difficult

it may be. Then promise

to publish this prayer

as soon as your favor has

been granted. Wish granted.

M.M.

CUSTOM WOODWORK. Quality

carpentry with a personal

touch. Ornamental

woodwork, home improvement,

kitchen designing in

wood or Formica. Free es-

«*X2SAIC3. i/iwuu A r

your wedding or special oc-i

casion: Includes a driver.

752-6960.

1B—SECRETARIAL

SERVICE

TYPING, word processing,

resumes, $3.50 a page, .35?

additional originals. Notary

S.C.S. 772-2809.

Complete

WORD PROCESSING

Reports

Repetitive Letters

Envelopes

Dissertations

Manuscripts

Technical Equations

Tables

WORDS/NUMBERS

PROCESSING CORP.

831-9860

884-WORD

TYPING/*ord processing - resumes,

term papers, reports,

repetitive letters.

Reasonable, 882-5541.

PROFESSIONAL TYPING -

Personal-business. Repetittive

letters, resumes, term

papers. 881-1368.

TYPING service, letters,

manuscripts, etc. Ruth,

evenings at 823-5729.

PROFESSIONAL phone

salesman, many years experience.

776-3720.

CLASSIFIED ADS

CALL 8fi2-B900

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13C

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Page Four-C GROSSE POINTE NEWS Thursday, July 21, 1983

4—HI-LP WANTED

GENERAL

DENTAL ASSISTANT, experienced

preferred, good

hours, Grosse Pointe practice,

position available in

September, send resume to

P.O. Box 153, St. Clair

Shores, MI 46080._

EXPERIENCED salad and

sandwich person needed.

Send resume to: Box T-20,

Grosse roiiitc News, 83

Kercheval, Grosse Pointe

Farms, 48236.

LIVE-IN companion, light

housekeeping with drivers

license for elderly lady. Call

331-6268.

BAKERY counter girl wanted,

full and part time. Call

Thursday only, 12 p.m.-5

p.m. 824-3236.

HOUSEKEEPER - Uve4n for

single working adult. References

required. Send replies

to Grosse Pointe News,

99 Kercheval, Grosse Pointe

Farms, Mi. 48236, W-30.

NEED babysitter for toddler

in my home, start August,

some light housekeeping,

good wages, reference.

886-0306.

FURNITURE repair i-efinisher,

experienced only

Call for appointment. 527

TEACHERS needed - Banjo,

voice, bass, advanced piano-organ,

Jerry Luck Studios,

775-7758.

WANTED: food preps and

counter persons, some ex

perience preferred, not

necessary. RenCen. 567

1515.

QUALITY retail furniture

salesperson. Interior design

or decorator experience

preferred. Full or parttime.

Benefits. Apply in

writing. No phone calls

please! Vining Thompson

Furniture, 1011 Military

Street, Port Huron, Mich.

48060.

MATURE sitter with refer­

t ences for 2 school age children.

My home, 2-3 days a

week, $15-|20 per week,

11/Jefferson area, 778-0585

evenings.

ADMINISTRATIVE

ASSISTANT

Internal promotion has

opened an ideal position for

a combination administrative

assistant-executive

secretary: qualified canddate

should be well versed

in all routine secretarial

skills in addition to being

alert, perceptive, resourceful,

and demonstrate good I

tatanaat while interact- !

; Ing with top management.

U. Excellent salary and a total

ed in addition to a great career

opportunity. Position is

in Sterling Heights area.

Send resume to Box C-2,

Grosse Pointe News, 99

Kercheval, Grosse Pointe

Farms, 48236. E.O.E.

ATTENTION!

Schweitzer Real Estate - Better

Homes and Gardens

prides itself with the high

caliber of professional associates

working at the 16

branch offices. If you are

considering a career change

and want to become part

of this elite team, give our

Group Vice President, Dennis

Andrus, a call. 886-4200.

FINANCIAL PLANNING

COLLEGE graduates, successful

sales candidates or

person with prior business

ownership preferred to investigate

a career in a specialized

field of financial

planning. Please contact

Glenn Housey or Miss Cor

nelius at 649-3250.

GROSSE Pointe Real Estate

Business is looking for a full

time secretary. Will train -

typing mandatory. Position

includes year end bonus and

free parking. Please reply

to Box S-8. Grosse Pointe

News, 99 Kercheval, Grosse

Poini^ TiTZA* 48238.

DISPLAY salesman wanted

to work in Grosse Pointe

and suburban area. Salary

plus commission. Will train.

823-0662.

COMPANION (Non-Smoker)

for elderly lady living in

Traverse City. Lovely private

room, bath, duties in

ciude preparing meals,

minimal physical assis

tance, administering 1 insu

lin shot a day and light

housekeeping. Call T. Shilson.

(313) 259-4000. During

business hours.

TEACHER Needs TelFable

part time sitter fcr I year

old. August through June in

my home preferred. Transportation

and references

needed^ 885-W43. _

"RESTAURANTHELP

Cook, porter, waiter. Experienced

with references only.

Near Ron Cen. 259-3273 between

10-1.

"DISCOVER TODAY'S

AMWAY -

BETTER THAN EVER."

Call for whole story.

MARILYN 824 2200

NURSES

Specially and other area. Join

- "The Professionals". Immediate

assignments, top

pay and Bonus. 3S7-3650,

iToiessiuiitti *.T.tOVM\~Ul

sonnel.

4—HELP WANTED

GENERAL

MONTESSORI TEACHER

A.M.S. full or part-time,

new school suburbs. 463-

3133.

HIGH school ^rad or mature

adult, babysit in my home in

Grosse Pointe Woods, must

have access to car, call

after 5 p.m., 882-5772.

. „ _ . _ _ _ _ „ _ . . . . .

10 *"•*>!*'ne**1*> 9112.

5—SITUATION

WANTED

WOMAN seeking full time

employment as babysitter,

aide, or housekeeper. Experienced

with references.

Pay negotiable. 881-0665.

TWO HIGH school juniors desire

housecleaning jobs.

Please contact 331-2285,

331-4171.

WIFE OP hiisbsndi will "ei?»n

offices, houses, garage.

Ironing, typing. References.

771-6744.

A^rwORKEBTwants days]

experienced. References.

923-2226.

EUROPEAN, professional

gardener, landscaper,

pruning, trimming, maintenance.

534-0571.

ACCOUNTANT desires accounts.

15 years experience.

General ledger, payroll

taxes, income taxes, individual/corp.

Personal service.

Mr. Skomski. 882-6860.

5A-SITUATK>N

DOMESTIC

TWO MATURE women desire

housecleaning. Excellent

Grosse Pointe references.

445-1156. * _

GENERAL CLEANING service,

two students, large

Grosse Pointe clientele, references.

725-4827, 727-1 Ml.

A LADY experienced wishes

to do housework in the

Grosse Pointe area. Call

after 6 p.m. 372-2392.

AIDE-Housekeeper for 2 or 3

days (week-ends) for elderly

person. 881-4606.

UNIQUE WOMAN wants

housekeeping job. Will deep

clean. 839-4706.

5C—CATERING

APRON Associates, party

planners, hors d'oeuvres,

main meals, desserts.

Delivered-served. 882-7149.

RENT A COOK for your special

occasion. Reasonable. Excellent

references. 881-8089.

TRY US - Quality food at rea

sonable prices. J & J Cater-'

ing, 884-9468.

fr-FOR RES

UNFURNISHED

GROSSE POINTE Woods -

two bedroom ranch, fireplace,

basement. Garage.

BEACWsFIELD -^South of

Jefferson. 2 bedroom lower

fiat, $290 a month, plus security

deposit. Freshly

painted and carpeted. After

6, call 824-2804.

7 MILE-Gratiot, upper, i bedroom,

appliances,$245 plus

security. Available August

1. 521-7765, evenings.

GROSSE Pointe one — two

bedroom apartments. Living,

dining room, carpet,

824-3849, 792-6839.

RE~AR^PARTMENT"342

Rivard. Includes all utilities.

One bedroom with

plenty of charm, large kitchen,

new bathroom and

nice adjacent yard area.

One block to waterfront

park. Fully carpeted, appliances

included. $390,

month. Call John 886-2496,

evenings.

8 MILE - CALDWELL — 2

bedroom house, fenced

yard, $275.

GLENFIELD - GUNSTON —

2 bedroom upper, 2 bedroom

lower. Ideal for working

couple. $235.

FAIR'CREST - near HAYES

— one bedroom upper, appliances,

sundeck, heat included.

$225.

For others not listed cali La-

Von's Rental and Property

Management Service. 77&

2035.

HARPER WOODS — Grosse

Pointe schools, cozy 2 bedroom

house, knotty pine interior,

garage, basement.

Option to buy available,

$395/month. 886-9722, 445-

0352.

STATELY 4 bedroom Colonial

near Village, newer kitchen,

large lot. $850 per month or

rent with option to buy.

McBREARTY & ADLOCH

832-5200

5A—SITUAT1QN

DOMESTIC

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To HIRF Good Htlp!

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TRCAT YouR«lf

ANd YOUR HOMI

CALL US TODAY

FREE ESTIMATES

886^7797

OR 886 9140

A Olvis/on of

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6—FOR RENT

UNFURNISHED

GROSSE Pointe area - on

Bedford. Attractive 2 bedroom,

lower, natural woodwork,

hardwood floors. Appliances.

343-0255.

HARCOURT ~ 2 bedroom

plus den, living room with

fireplace, formal dining, Ihk

baths. $550 per month. 886-

3615 or 886-9653.

TWO Hfiriroom house (could

be 3), 1 bath, $300 per

month, includes water, deposit

required. Adults preferred.

521-9025.

MT. CLEMENS

141 K— FLORAL

Luxurious model one bedroom

apartment, or 2 bedroom

Townhouse from $245. 463-

4482, 961-7411.

VERY Clean 6" room, 2 bedroom

lower flat on Nottingliam.

Screened in sunporch,

garage and basement. Deposit

required. $295 a month.

Call 792-3003 after 5 p.m.

ONE Bedroom spacious

basement apartment on the

water, $270. 775-6548.

PARK—-3bedroom bungalow,

month to month lease, references,

rent or rent with option

$400-month. Grosse

Pointe Real Estate Co. 882-

0087.

CHANDLER Park Drive -

Kensington area. 5 room upper,

carpeting, new linoleum,

stove, refrigerator, no

pets. After 5 p.m. 882-4522.

TWO Bedroom upper, on Bedford.

Stove, carpeting, refrigerator.

Ideal for adults.

885-9380. _

WHrrTIER-Harper, clean one

bedroom apartment, $260 includes

heat, water, gas ?.nu

appliances, door wall to private

patio. 882-4458.

GROSSE Pointe City bachelor

or bachelorette. Small one

bedroom upper flat. $280 per

month plus security includes

heat and garage. Call owner.

463-2228.

BUCKINGHAM between

Mack and Warren. 2 bedroom,

$285. Option to buy.

884-3559.

LARGE lower flat on Maryland

in Grosse Pointe Park. 3

bedrooms, heated sunroom,

2 baths, finished basement,

garage. Newly decorated.

$450. 774-1605 after 5.

FIVE Rooms — 2 bedrooms

lower apartment, near

transportation. Gratiot-6

Mile area. 527-9282.

$535.00 a month. Shorewood I SOMERSET nw~WWUiei\~2

,'; E.R. Brown Realtyi.:ttft4 I bedroom. $285. Option to

1 ,,iC?1 xt

' buy ••"•-»

' '

7 MILE-Gratiot area; 3 room

apartment. Very," very

clean, carpeting, utilities included.

Quiet building. 372-

2762, 771-0738.

HAVERHILL - 3 bedroom upper,

carpeting, appliances.

Excellent condition. 886-

1758 after 6 p.m.

G^AlfTb74"War7en^~base"ment

apartment, 4 rooms

and bath for one person.

Heated, no pets. $180

monthly, security deposit.

882-1044.

HOME For rent - Gray ten.

First block above Mack. 3

bedroom, no refrigerator

and stove. Garage, large

fenced yard. Excellent condition.

$475 per month. 884-

1475.

GROSSE Pointe City - Neff. 3

bedroom bungalow. Fireplace,

carpeted, $600. 881-

0389. 881-2296.

UGHT, Airy, 2 bedroom

upper flat. Alter - Windmill

Pointe area. $300 plus utilities.

Security deposit required.

772-3585 evenings.

UPPER 2 bedroom. Fireplace,

$245 a month. Mack-

Buckingham area. 882-5774

or 823-3465.

G^SSEPoliite - Maryland. 4

room upper income. Carpeting.

$205. 527-0960 after 5.

G^SSE^oTme^aT^-2'bedroom

upper, flat. No pets.

References required. 792-

4815.

YORKSHIRE/Harper — 2

bedroom upper, very clean.

$285 includes utilities. Ideal

for working couple. TU

2-9253.

FOUR and-a-half bedroom

upper, includes heat and

water, carpeting, refrigerator,

gas stove. After 4. TU

5-7331.

GROSWPOWTE'CITY'— 2

bedroom upper apartment.

Excellent condition, new

carpeting, kitchen appliances,

carport, washroom,storage

area, $400 a

month plus security deposit.

881-2806.

GROSSEI POINTE apartments,

located Harper

Woods, $300 per month, carpeting,

all appliances included,

resident pays gas,

and electric. For further information

please cali 559-

2000, extention 109.

14828 Cedargrove - duplex one

bedroom, newly decorated.

774-9897, or 371-0304.

6—FOR RENT

UNFURNISHED

WINDMILL Pointe Drive —

spacious upper flat. Appliances,

carpeting, drapes,

air conditioning, 2 bedrooms,

formal dining room

and den, 1% baths, $650,

plus security. Utilities, no

pets. Available immediately.

823-3976.

434 ST CLAIR—large duplex

with attic, basement, garage,

3 bfcutooiVi.s, freshly

painted, fully carpeted, refrigerator,

stove, dishwasher,

fireplace. Grass maintenance

and snow removal.

$475 per month. 643-0216 or

882-7200.

HARPER Woods. One bedroom

apartment near St.

Johns Hospital. $325. 884-

0501.

FIVE Room lower, Beaconsfield,

near Warren, $250, security

deposit. No pets. 886-

0889.

TWO Bedroom home — kitchen,

living room, dining

area. 6 Mile-Hayes. Security

deposit, $275, plus utilities.

885-0542.

TWO Bedroom apartment

Jefferson and Beaconsfield.

Newly decorated, park privileges.

$305 per month.

822-0012 between 9 a.m. -

4:30 p.m.

CLEAN, spacious. 2 bedroom

apartment. $245-month. Includes

heat, appliances.

East Warren at Beaconsfield.

886-5065.

6UTS^NDING~'~"hrgliri8e.

corner apartment with panoramic

river/Ren-Cen.

view. Year. 331-7501.

BEACONSFiELD, SoutlTof

Jefferson. Lower 5 room

apartment. Recently remodeled,

includes appliances.

$275 monthly plus utilities.

Sec ^ r L t y deposit. 822-1892.

936 BEACONSFIELD - —

Upper and lower unit available.

2 bedrooms each,stove

& refrigerator included.

$340-month, heat included.

Schultes Real Estate -

881-8900.

ONE Bedroom apartment.

Newly decorated. Heat,

furnished. Security deposit.

St. Clair Shores, 634-8006.

MODERN~~~07^~b1edl : bonr,

heat, air, appliances included.

Laundry, off-street

parking. Secure, $249. 526-

80MJIM63-4720.

WHITTIER/Hayes, spacious

modern one bedroom, heat,

appliances, carpet, air included,

off-street parking,

i secuye^ ,

'"{n^^S^^testea^n 8

• I !

as-'

suming manager responsibility

for substantial rent

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Thursday, July 21, 1983 GROSSE POINTE NEWS Page Flve-C

>es

6B—HOOMS

FOR RENT

CLEAN quiet room ideal for

professional person. 7 minutes

from St. John Hospital

and 7 Mile and Mack. Kitchen

only in a.m. for coffee.

$42 a week. Call 885-3039 before

7 p.m.

GROSSE POINTE PARK

Spaciou^ room with home

privileges. 824-9266.

FOR RENT

EXECUTIVE OFFICE building

in Grosse Pointe Woods

, with space to lease. Individ

..«! „«: i _. .i, .,

Uf.u uuiueo «nu ounub «iv

•< autv, iiiiciidieiLc ilMU COlII-

, mon reception area. Easy

access to 1-94. Discriminat

', ing professionals only. Information,

886-4101.

GROSSE POINTE

FIRST FLOOR OFFICES

Small, medium or large to fit

your requirements.

Starting at $100 a month in-,

eluding all utilities.

Air Conditioned. New copying

• machine. :

Freshly painted and decorated.

pleasant atmosphere.

Off-street parkmg.

881-4147

DILLON BUILDING

MINUTES from Gr osse

Pointe Medical-Dental Lab,

any profession, lease 1,650

square feet or by total. 3,300

'square feet. 21301-21303

Gratiot, East Detroit's

finest area. No agents. 822-

0392.

WARREN/Cadieux area.

1,600 office square feet with

12 bedrooms, full bath and Vi,

kitchen with stove and refrigerator,

fully carpeted,

'air conditioned. $600. 885-

;t6875.

"COLONIAL NORTH"

New office building at 11%

"Mile and Harper, 500-1,300.

> square feet. Air conditionling,

carpet, janitor, near

1 expressway. Immediate

- occupancy.

881-6436 778-0120

- offices offices offices offices

Harper Woods

Kelly - 7% Mile

" 2 Single rooms

-r Vernier -1-94

Plush new suite

2 separate rooms

• private lavatory

Separate entrance

great parking

',.j. Large three-room suite >r

-•> '• '•••>• • 'MIJIII ' i l '

East Detroit

H Kelly-8% Mile

,;Medicai suite; immed. poss.

Roseville

Gratiot -12 Mile

' • To 1,950 ft. - ready now

"' On-the-Hill

lOOKercheval

* 2nd Floor - large room

Please call for details

Virginia S. Jeffries

Realtor 882-0899

3,000 SQUARE feet retail

space available, "Kercheval

on The Hill" area.

R.G.EDGAR

REAL ESTATE

886-6010

IN THE VILLAGE. 3 room

1 furnished office, attractiveby

400 square feet, immedi-

"„. lz 400 square feet, immediate

occupancy. 372-8560 or

leave message for Mr. Restuccia

at 881-1853.

HAMPTON SQUARE,

BUILDING

22811 MACK AVE.

MEDICAL SUITE

Extra nice 6 room suite.

Functional, convenient

layout.

885-0111

HAMPTON SQUARE

BUILDING

22811 Mack Ave.

CONCOURSE EAST

BUILDING

20811 Kelly Rd.

OFFICE SPACE

AVAJT.ARLE

COMPETITIVE RATES

885-0111

6C—OFFICE

FOR RENT

OFFICE/Store; 11/Harper,

300or 600sq. ft., air, utilities

included. 296-3254.

OPPOSITE" EastlandT~Sui te

for lease. Opal Plaza, Professional

Plaza,18301 East 8'

Mile Rd. 777-4646.

GROSSE Pointe area - near

1-94 expressway. Doctor's

clinic, approximately 2,500

scj. ft. Large patient waiting

"•~cm. Sexaminating rooms,

ample parking. Very reasonable

to right party.

Lease required. 885-1220.

NEAR Grosse Pointe area -

1-94 expressway and Cadieux.

Second floor sboye

Allstate Insurance Company

building, approximately

3,000 sq. ft. Newly

decorated with 60 car parking

lot. Ideal for doctor's

clinic, Real Estate office.

Legal or accounting firm.

885-1220.

GROSSE POINTE PARK,

1,000 square foot office. $225

plus utilities. 881-0550.

OFFICE space available,

Grosse Pointe. Used 10

years by attorney. 884-0666

for detail.

6D-VACATION

RENTALS

BOYNE COUNTRY. Completely

furnished, all electric,

2-tier Chalet. Upper

tier, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths,

kitchen, living room with

fireplace. Lower tier 3 bedrooms,

2 baths, kitchen, living

room with fireplace}

Tiers may be interconnected

if desired. Clubhouse,

swimming pool, spring-fed

lakelet, private putting

green adjacent to golf

course. 425-8933.

MULLETT Lake - Cheboygan.

2 cottages on lake. 14'

boat with each. Two bedroom

sleeps 6. $200 per

week. Available 1 week July

30. Three bedroom sleeps 8.

$235 per week available

August 20th and 27th. Call

616-625-2841.

LOVELY Chalet on lake near

Cadillac, Custom kitchen,

fireplace, etc., sleeps 8.

Available weeks of July

24th, August 14th, 21st, 28th.

After 6. 286-7119.

HOMESTEAD Condominiums,

rent directly from

owners. For 3 a»a 4 bedroom

units. 647-1946, 2 bedrooms,

647-4686, after

6:PM. Studio's and one bedroom

548-1835, after 6:PM.

Fall and> winter reserva-

MARCO Island "Sea Winds'*

' diilf7rbnt,'2 bedroom, low

rates. 881-6402, 882-4593.

HARBOR SPRINGS

In town, year round house.

Bay view, 2 bedrooms,

one bath, maximum 5

persons. Weekends,

weeks, 293-3810 - days

885-8174 - evenings.

HARBOR

SPRINGS

HIDEAWAY VALLEY

CONDOMINIUMS

Three and four bedroom,

lVfe and 2te bath. Decorator

furnished townhouses.

Heated pool,

lighted tennis courts, club

house and game room,

hiking trails. Compare

our rates for summer rentals.

1185 Hideaway

Valley Road. Harbor

Springs, Mi. 49740. 618-

526-6264.

BIRCHWOOD FARMS

GOLF AND COUNTRY

CLUB

Three and four bedroom

luxury homes. Privately

owned. Completely furnished.

Weekly rental available.

Birchwood Realty,

P.O. Box497. Harbor

Springs, Mi. 49740. 616-

526-2156.

NEW YORKER

CONDOMINUMS

Over looking Little Traverse

Bay, with the

convenience of downtown

location. One bedroom

condominums. Will sleep

four. Professionally decorated.

Call Birchwood

Realty. 616-526-2156.

6C-OFFICE

FOR RENT

GROSSE POINTE CITY

: AVAILABLE AUGUST 1

,, Professional business, 4 office suite available in prime

location in the Village on Kercheval. Lease includes

all utilities, maintenance, heat and air conditioning.

Kitchenette and common reception area included.

PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT ?55-1382

6D-VACAT10N

HfcmALS

6D—VACATION

mCMTAIo

COTTAGES ON LAKE HURON

Clean l, 2 and 4 bedroom cottages, completely furnished

with color TV. Just 69 miles north of Grosse Pointe

Woods, in Lexington Heights. $175, $300, $400 a week.

Come have a fun vacation swimming, fishing and

boating, or golfing at our nearby Lakeview Hills

Country Club, 884-0475 or call collect, 359-8202.

6D—VACATION

RENTALS

GOOD HART — Lake

Michigan, gingerbread cottage,

on over 100 feet of pure

sand beach, sleeps 9, fireplace.

$500 per week. 616-

347-1978.

FOWMYERS Beach, new"2

bedroom 2 bath penthouse

Condo on golf course. Private

pool. Beach access,

tennis, screened balcony,

weekly rates $440; $1,600

monthly. 5i7-Vti0-6i44; evenings

482-9484.

HARBOR SPRINGS^Lovely

year round home, sleeps 6-8.

Make your SUMMER reservations

early, Special

weekly rates. S82-2&97.

HARBOR Springs. July 30th

thru August 6th. Air conditioned,

tennis courts, pool.

Sleeps 8. 886-8924.

SARASOTA? Florida —

Meadows Condo, 2 bedrooms,

2 baths, pool, golf,

tennis. Call 882-2287.

CANADA near Sarnia, modern

2 bedroom, sleeps 6,

screened porch, $180 week.

521-4524; 372-9858. Available

August.

CHARLEVOIX - Petoskey

area. 4 bedrooms. 2 baths,

fireplace. Available week of

August 20th and after Labor

LAKEFRONT CABIN, near

Interlochen, Traverse City,

Sleeping Bear. Sleeps 5.

Great fishing, swimming;'

boat included. Tennis, golf,

close-by. Good weeks available,

$185 a week. 885-6916

(evenings).

SCHUSS MOUNTAIN" Chalet

by week or weekend, fully

equipped. Swim/golf/tennis

921-4030, Liz; 886-3377

nights.

CLEARWATER, Florida - 2

bedrooms, 2 baths, Juxury

COndC on the beach. 477-

8981.

CHALETS, cabins, a 4-season

resort in Northern Michigan's

prime area, seventeen

miles west of Gaylord.

Lakes of the North Rentals

Inc., P.O. Box 532 Mancelona,

Mich. 49659, 616-585-

6695. "

HILTON Head Beach-Tennis

Club. Gorgeous beach.

Oceanview, sleeps 6, complete

kitchen, 10 outdoor

lighted tennis courts.

Olympic size swimming

pool, bar-grill. $375 per

Wfcfck. 822-0088.

LAKE Charlevoix, small con-

; dq, .2 to 4 p*opl«y »»tidy,

beach, color change, sum

mer, 1-313-695-1857 or 616-

582-6175.

HARBOR beach, 3 bedroom

chalet on the water, rent

by week or month, ask for

Sandy, 776-8180.

r MlClttWAYE-7MffesSout8

of Gay lord. Golf, tennis*,,

clubhouse, pool, playground,!

3 lakes, sailboats, paddle-'

boats, much more. Beautiful 1

4 bedroom home, sleeps 12,2

baths, fully equipped, kitchen

with dishwasher, fire-,

place, T.V., stereo. 885-3211.

HARBOR SPRINGS

CHALET

Over looking Boyne Highlands,

Beautifully furnished,

5 bedrooms. 3 baths.

Beach, tennis facilities available.

616-526-6668 if no answer

616-526-5569.

GAYLORD

Beautifully furnished new

three bedroom, three bath

condominium with fireplace,

garage, convenient to

major ski area, cross-country,

available weekends,

weekly, monthly. Comfortably

accommodates six}

HR. ALLEN, 961-8080,

Monday thru rriday, 9

a.m.-6 p.m.

HARBOR Springs, luxury 3,

bedroom condo, fully

equipped, pool, tennis. 556-

9473, 977-2379.

COTTAGE, Higgins Lake~

Modern, beautiful area,

sleeps 6, boat dock, beach,

phone days only 9-5 at 245-

1792. $200 per week.

CLEARWATER Beach/440

West. 2 bedroom, 2 bath

luxury condo on Gulf. 661-

1714.

TRAVERSE CITY — Charming

beachfront resort, East

Bay. $230-$330 weekly. Brochures

call 616-938-1740.

HILTON Head Villa. Enjoy a

vacation at the ocean.

Sleeps 6. On golf course,

near pool 886-9234.

HARBOR SPRINGS

Three bedroom condominium,

sleeps 10, swimming

pool, lighted tennis courts.

Days-886-6922

Evenings-885-4142

6E—GARAGE

RAO PCNT

LARGE BLOCK double barn

door, high ceiling, residential,

8 Mile - 1-94 area $75./

month R«M>722. 445-0352.

6F—SHARE LIVING

QUARTERS

FEMALE to share home with

same. $225 per month. References.

882-8195.

6F-8MABB LSVSNa

QUARTERS

BUSINESS MAN - 28, nonsmoker,

seeks roommate to

share expenses. Apartment

or flat. 775-6714^ _

PROFES SI ON AL" Fern ale

over 25 to share my two bedroom

(in Grosse Pointe

Woods). 882-8872. _

FEMALE Roommate needed

to share house in Grosse

Pointe Woods. Own room,

fenced yard, and washer

and dryer. Rent $150.00 per

month plus utilities, 882-

8576.

LOVELY HOME^to7ha~refoL

professional working per-

. -ate t. _-«„. i

prices. Call LaVon's. 773-

2035.

FEMALE Law Student seeks

room in quiet home or

shared housing with graduate

student. Call 886-4347

before 5 p.m.

r^EFURNISHWhomeTsl

Clair Shores, Gentleman,

$150 monthly. After 5. 886-

5128.

ROOMMATE WANTED^

Devonshire in Detroit. $190

includes utilities. 962-8590,

9-5, 884-7201 after 6. Ask for

Rick.

6G—STORE

LEASE

3,000 SQUARE feet retail

space available, "Kercheval

on The Hill" area.

R.G. EDGAR

REAL ESTATE

886-6010

6K— STORAGE

SPACE

IDEAL for business man —<

large carpeted room in

private home. Can be used

' for storage or sleeping

room. $45 weekly. East

Warren/Outer Drive area.

Call 885-3039 before 7 p.m.

7—WANTED

TO RENT

FAMILY of three looking for 2

or 3 bedroom house in Pointes

or Harper Woods. Call

884-5427.

RETIRED Florida couple desires

furnished apartment

or home, 2-4 weeks in August.

Contact daughter,

884-9458.

MALE MEDICAL student

looking for housing in

Grosse Pointe. Quiet one

, bedroom flat or apartment.

MATURE Male wishes

apartment that offers an

opportunity to perform services

in lieu of rent. 372-5236.

SENIOR GENTLEMAN, very

clean, wishes to rent, 1 or 2

rooms with bath, Grosse

Pointe area, prefer 1st floor,

near transportation. 343-

0083.

ENGINEER desires studio

apartment or room in

Grosse Pointe. 862-4022.

GROSSE PGINTE couple

with references desires

home rental in the Pointes.

8821320.

ft-ARTlCLES

FOR SALE

'ALMOST-NEW" APPAREL

accessories, furs and an

tiques at a fraction of the

original cost.

We Buy Furs

Consignments Welcome

LEE'S

20331 Mack

DOLL APPRAISALS

ANTIQUES OR

COLLECTIBLES

SUSAN'S DOLL MUSEUM

757-5568

MY SISTERS 1 PLACE

RESALE AND CRAFT

STORE

has opened another store to

serve you at

21043 Kelly - 776-7121.

Quality is our goal. Please

visit to see unique handmade

crafts,.and quality

clothing.

Open Monday thru Saturday

10-5. We take consignments

by appointments.

Our Children's clothing at

22217 Kelly, 5 blocks south of

9 Mile.

777-6551

GRANDFATHER

CLOCKS

While in stock, 30% to 50% off

Large selection. Deader

clearance. 268-2854 or 371-

5400.

HEALTH INSURANCE

For all ages. Premiums begin

at $28.31 per month.

John E. Pierce

& Associates, Inc.

884-4750

\l.

KATHYRN

OF THE

POINTES

776-21S8

CONDUCTOR OF

HOUSEHOLD AND

ESTATE SALES

YOU CAN COUNT ON US,

FOR REUABLE AND

EXPERIENCED

SERVICE

LET US SERVE YOU

8—ARTICLES

f wen «»f-tiB*»

SCHUMMERS

SUMMER SALE!!!

Ail womens gloves 50% off,

junior down jackets, reversible,

50% off now. $42.50. all

used equipment cheap!!!

Used adjustable downhill

ski poles, $12.00. Every family

should have some, Full

selection poly-propylene

underwear, 150 assorted

hats, regularly $10-$15, now

$4,50, Childrens rubber inflatable

boat, French quality,

$14. Lots of tun in the

pool, good toddler pool.

French air mattress, tanning

and regular, White

tennis hats, $4., classic protection.

Red, white, blue

sunglasses, $6.00 a pair.

Moon boots, last years,

$14.00. Alpaca wool sweaters,

regular $100, now $35.

Ladies 2 piece cross country

suits, $75, now $20. Ladies

and girls ski jackets, $75-

$125, now $20-$25. Turtlenecks,

regular, $15-$25, now

$5. Visors, $1. Norseman

baseball caps, $3. Ski racks,

50% off. Junior ski goggles,

$4, regular *12. Used cross

country Trak sets, $60, includes

skis, bindings, boots.

SHUMMERS

OPEN til 9 Monday-Friday

10-6 Saturday

CB, SHELLS

JACKETS, WHOLE LINE

AVAILABLE NOW

GARAGE sale - living room

chair, cocktail table. All like

new. Much more at 59 Muir

Road (behind 61 Muir

Road). Saturday, 9-4,

NO NONSENSE Garage Sale~-

Many misc. bargains. July

23, 24, 10-4 p.m. 1441 Aline,

Grosse Pointe Woods between

Mack and Marter.

MOVING sale: antique couch

and chair. Dryer, electric;

household items. 22409 Madison,

St. Clair Shores. Friday,

Saturday, Sunday 10-5.

772-1876.

YARD sale: 5760 University.

Thursday, Friday 9-4. Many

goodies, be there!

WASHER and dryer; pine

drop-leaf kitchen table, 2

chairs; sewing machine;

metal wardrobe: custom

love-seat, matching wingback

chair; all goou eondition.

885-5465.

TWO TWIN brasTheadboards;

T.V. table; doll house

kit; E-Z Bake oven; tennis

racquets; toy chest. 882-

5478.

ELECTRIC stove, gold, excellent

rnnriitinn Reasonable.

775-8535.

TWO END tables. $15 each.

Old rocker, $30, lots Of miscellaneous.

Call 372-2500.

FURNITURE, quality, mod~

ern kingsize bedroom set,

walnut, $1,500, Louis XV

ladies desk. $960. Two family

room sofas, $150 each or

best offer. 3 piece Ethan

Allan bedroom set, two

beds, nightstand, «l,600.

Call for details. 881-6308.

GARAGE SALE

180MORAN

FRIDAY, SATURDAY 9-3

Antique furniture, lawn mower,

gas grill, clothing, jewelry,

mini-bike. Miscel-

!aneei'.s.

TORO GAS edger, ih$".~~excellent

condition, $125.

Painters extension walking

plank, 8Vzxl4\ $30. Bolens

mulching gas lawn mower,

VA n.p. New condition, $95.

Schick, 521-6131.

SUMMER Prom and wedding

dresses, sweaters, sizes 12-

14-16. Long play records;

toys; basketball board —

ball; 884-1037.

GARAGE Sale: Friday, Saturday

104. 1241 Blairmoor

Court, South of Marter Road.

Luggage, redwood tenches

and table, patiw furniture,

bar stools, pictures, small

appliances, flower pots,

garden tools, work-bench,

green upholstered armless

chair, buffet server, ladies

clothes, 12-14. Christmas

tree, much more.

SSSX STRING and mattress

sets by Serta % off. Twin,

$145. Full, $185. Queen, $225.

King, $325. All first quality

Dealer warehouse clearance.

268-2854 or 371-5400.

GARAGE SALE

Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Saturday, 10 AM - 4 PM

26 Edgemere Road

off Lakeshore

Snowblower, bikes, quilts,

etc.

NO PRESALES

FINE BOOKS

PURCHASED

Single volumes or entire

libraries.

In your home or at our office.

1st Editions, Michigan, Detroit,

Civil War. Good

books any area. Qualified

appraisals. Prompt remo

va J.

GRUB STREET

A BOOKERY

"Our Reputation

Guarantees

Your Confidence 1

17194 E.Warren

Tuesday thru Saturday 12-6

"July Book Buying

Number Only"

881-4686

8—ARTICLES

FOR SALE

MOVING sale. Sanyo 19"

color T.V., $150, Red leather

couch, $75. Butcher block

coffee table, $50, Chairs, $10


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Page Six-C GROSSE POINTE NEWS Thursday, July 21, 1983

8—ARTICLES

FOR SALE

SHUMMERS SKI SHOP

is slowly expanding. Just receiving

inflatable childrens

boats $14, great for pool use.

Also French tanning air

mattresses with reflective

bottom surface and clear

top to give an even tan. CB

shorts, shirts and poplin

shells and pants are due

anyday. All of last years ski

gear maiked down, servi-

10-9 Monday - Friday, 10-6,

Saturday.

881-4383

Madness — multi

family conglomeration of

good stuff! Come clean us

out: Sofa, desks, bookcases

and books, avocado electric

range and hood, small appliances,

Early American

ceiling fixture, bathroom

space saver, fireplace screen,

gas logs, double stainless

steel sink, metal wardrobe,

linens, china, knickknaks,

older model Friden

caculator, ladies clothes

(sizes 6-10) and bargains galore.

Everything must go.

Saturday, July 23rd, 9 a.m.

3 p.m. 5076 Devonshire.

ON THE MAP!

That's where a woman told

-Old Wacky the Colonial

Shop should be. "This place

should be listed as one of

Michigan's Tourist attractions,"

she exclaimed as she

dashed eagerly from table

full to table full of unusual,

exciting, antiques, gifts,

and collectibles you'll get

. excited, too, when you see

what the crazy man's come

up with this week, Two signed

Capodi Monti lamps, an

opalescent cranberry coin

, box glass top hat, an enameled

cranberry glass pitcher,

a Venetian glass

sculpture of 2 fish, a figural

Week owl vase, 3 terrific:

pieces of Herrend porcelain,

several more old

Hummels, and discontinued

Royal Doultons, 20 additions

to an already extensive

collection of English

Bone China cups and saucers,

some elegant Fostoria,

wheat pattern goblets, a

collection of amber Fostoria

Fairfax glassware, a

stack of Westmoreland

grape pattern milkglass

lates, a purple peacock at

E

fm carnival giass, bowl, a

large selection of books on

antiques and collecting,

magnifying glasses, professional

Jewelers ioupes, imported

metal polishes and

much more is waiting for

you at the Colonial Shop, 1

25701 Jefferson near WMite. •

14end«y through taterdav

11 to 6. 772-0430, Your Master

Card and Visa are welcomed

and don't forget, we

buy,too!

ESTATE SALE

GROSSE POINTE SHORES

15 SHORECREST CIRCLE

OFF LAKESHORE

BETWEEN VERNIER AND 9

MILE

FRIDAY THE 22ND AND

SATURDAY THE 23RD

Two sofas, chairs, two console

stereos, coffee table, Dresden

Hummel plates, demitasse

&ct, irasccl'.sr.ccur, silver

plate, crystal lamps,

candfeabra, stemware, wine

sets, and misc. crystal pieces.

Dinnerware service 12,

gas stove, 5-piece dinette

set, dining table and buffet,

portable.organ, movie camera,

movie projector,

movie screens. Plant

stands, telephone answering

machine, man's 10sn^ed

bike. Some clothing,

lots of miscellaneous.

THREE Day garage sale. Antiaue

furniture, miscellaneous

items; 5100 Kensington.

DINING Room set; bedroom

set, table, lamp, bowling

• ball. Call 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. or

after 7:30 p.m. 772-5121.

THREE Family Garage Sale

— lawnmower, collectibles,

child furniture, crafts,

drapes, bedspreads. Friday,

Saturday, July 22, 23.

1467 Edmundton, Grosse

Pointe Woods.

19" ZENITHSolidstfttc:color

TV, $110. excellent condition.

Phone 885-9012.

YOUTH bedroom suite -

dresser, hutch, desk, twin

headboards, night stand, 2

sets Serta Perfect sleepers,

like new, value $1,295. $775.

886-5)37.

'GARAGE SALE; clothes,

furniture, stoves, miscellaneous,

car. 21520 Sunnyside.

St. Clair Shores.

Thursday thru Saturday

10-3.

OUR PLACE

FLEA MARKET

NEW LOCATIONS

2#367 Graliul

1 Block north of

Ulica Road

Pia's

Hock pins and T-shirts.

viAhK'S TOOLS

Debbies

Collectibles and Glass.

Patty's

Books and Records

Household - Estate sales

Furniture, Appliances, Etc.;

Dealers Welcome. Hours:

10-8,6 Days. 771-7411.

PAYMASTER Check writer

$35, oak buffet $150, small

Duncan Phyfe table $30,

school desk $7.&0, rust colored

upholstered chair,

aood condition $40, BGi-4577.

8—ARTICLES

FOR SALE

MOVING Sale furniture, air

conditioners, appliances,

miscellaneous items

reasonable prices, must sell

everything. Saturday only 9

a.m. - 5p.m. 474 Colonial Ct,

Grosse Pointe Farms. 888-

8193.

MEN'S' 10 speed, AMF

bike,$60. 526-5623.

COLECO sand filter, vacuum,

used 3 weeks. Safety ladder,

miscellaneous pooi accessories

and toys. 371-8822.

LARGE Gar age and Est ate

Sale — Saturday and Sunday,

10 to 5. 8400 Somerset,

Detroit.

COMPLETE Kitchen CabT

nets, upper and lower, stainless

steel sink, range vent

hood. 882-2489.

1981 BOY'S Schwinn Tornado.

$75. 822-3570.

TOSHIBA movieTamerawith

attachment? $500. or best

offer 884-8599.

KING Size chrome bed, like

new, complete with 2

matching chairs, must see!

$250. 882-9519.

4,W~R^^"cooT~aiid'liRhtl 2

speed air conditioner, small

room — excellent $80. 884-

6282.

H^MIfE _ Watel > "puinp!

Hoses, 192 GPM Briggs

Stratton 4 cycle like new.

Best offer. 343-0270.

FOUR Family Sale - golf

clubs, tennis rackets, trumpet,

bikes, bedroom set,

dishes, new storage shed,

toys, booss, is

McKinley, July 22, 23, 10-4

p.m.

DUNCAN PHYFE mahogany

dining room set, table, 5

chairs, buffet, good condition.

$350. after 6 p.m. 882-

25" MAN'S 10 speed-Raleigh

Grand Prix leather paddle,

excellent condition. $225.

CSS-7313. ___

AIR CoaTlUoher 5^000B.T.U.,

20" like new. $165. was $290.

885-4060.

WHITE Country French dining

set, lighted 72" breakfront,

72" oval table, with

walnut top, 2 leaves, custom

pads, 6 chairs. Excellent

condition. Priced to sell.

882-4505.

GARAGE SALE - 535

Washington, Friday, Saturday,

Sunday 10 a.m. Clothing

men's shoes 8%D,

shirts 15-16%, Ladies dres­

ses, 14/16, some 8/10, shoes

8B, some vintage items.

tion, cabincTRCACMorTV.

Twin bed and chest. Patio

table with umbrella, 3

chairs, lounge. Records,

books, misc. items.

23 PIECE Coffee and tea service

for 6 including cake

plate. German Bavaria

china. Reasonable. 885-

7417.

TWO bedroom sets complete,

sell separately, sacrifice!

Pool table, excellent condition.

881-1785.

ANTIQUE sewing machine

VJ1U Liir Mil, vwji«j.u.k|

magazines. Books, records. |

old license plates, invalad

bed side rail, dishes, misc.

items Friday, 10-6.882-6752.

GARAGE SALE: Friday, 9

a.m. to S p.m., chest of

drawers, book cases, desk,

rugs, toys, household goods.

Low, low, prices. 130 Hall

Place. • • ••

ISfATE SALES"

BY IRIS

Estate Sale on Lucerne in

Southf ield postponed due to

illness. 5594908.

GARAGE SALE: Saturday

9-5,1022 WhitUer. Cash only

— no pre-sales! Kitchen

table and chairs, sofa,

Queen size mattress and

box springs, C.P.A. review

tapes, Women's size 7 ski

boots, lawn equipment and

ather treasures.

YSm.SAUT -

2127 LENNON

FRIDAY - SATURDAY, 8:30

a.m.

MAGNIFICENT

POSSESSIONS

Pair of antique white wicker

chairs; small dropleaf

mahogany dining tabic with

four boards, also, English

mahogany dining table witb

8 beautiful chairs, Wedgwood

lamps, antique bronze

lamps, paintings, prints,

mirrors, crystal china arid

much, much, more! At

MAGNIFICENT

POSSESSIONS

21823 VanDyke at m Mile Rd.

Open Daily 10-4 p.m.

VlfUMivjv^f t

White

758-4247

MOVING Garage Sale —

Duncan Phyfe lyre chairs,

sewing machine!

much more. Friday and Satuiuay,

C1G4 Yorkshire.

480 — 1950 to 1960, 45 records,

50 albums 1960 — early

1970's, some collectors, will

not separate, take all, $300

firm. 8tn>-3322.

MOVING SALE -30" SunRay

electric stove, 4 months old.

$190; G.E. side-by-side

green refrigerator. $350.

881-1450,

S—ARTICLES

FOR SALE

10 PIECE Dining room set,

BroyhJU Premiere, excellent

condition, $1,300. 885-.

5738.

GARAGE SALE — Household

items, china, lamps,

clothes, toys, games. 300

Park Lane, south of Cadieux

off Jefferson. July 22 and 23.

10 to 4, no pre-sales.

AIR Conditioner -- good condition.

$95. 881-5685.

GARAGE SALE ~ Friday

and Saturday, 10 to 4. 1254

Wayburn, Grosse Pointe

Park.

WHIRLPOOL—AVOCADO

apartment size siackabie

washer and dryer. Good

condition. 881-9454.

ROUND Gold leaf marblelop

cocktail table, hall bench,

white leather chair. Call

after 5. 886-9369.

8-nARTICLES

FOR SALI

WASHER - Whirlpool, heavy

dut v, 2 speed, 3 cvvle, e\v*l

lent condition. 882-0672.

BIG yard sale • itWO Battouv,

Detroit near Mw\«s, July

22nd and 23r-,i

DINING table drop leaf, HW54

plus two leaves. Custom

table pads. 771-1758.

HAND lawnniower and catcher.

Remington portable

tyi»eu'rit«*r $4*v»ru] bikes.

Lined drapes. 88*2665

BIKES - 20 and 26 inch. Sears

handmower, $30. Large

Formica kitchen set, $90.

•"^ARTICLES

FOR SALE

YAKD Sal* Saturday 10-3

p.m. W MvKlnU>y Place,

conwr of l,»kt>shore,

HKDKOOM Sot S plecw.

KwuuVa top. oxoollont condition,

$75 ra^ai.

UAKAGti Salo • Thursday

July 81.9-4 n.m. Girl's bike,

chUdrvu's clotiws ami toys,

stove, couch, guitar, dining

table, and other misc.

household items. No presses.

30149 Fleetwood'.

MOVING Sale -Tappan electric

range $125; tan corduroy

loveseat $150, antique dining

table - 2leaves, 4 chairs

$75, rabbit coal 550, Black

and Decker lawnmower $40,

Classical guitar with case

$35. Call 885-1213.

WROUGHT'Iron"porchfurniture,

2 chairs and sofa, with

floral cushions. Coffee and

lamp tables with tempered

glass tops, like new $250.

882-1701.

FIVE Family yard sale. Baby

furniture, toys, baby

clothes, antiques and much

more. Friday and Saturday,

July 22nd, 23rd, 9 a.m. 19508

Salisbury. St. Clair Shores.

SUPER Yard Sale. Friday

only, July 22nd, 10-4. 5109

Bishop. Boys toys, clothing

8—ARTICLES

FOR SALE

MOVING SALE, selling

everything. Chair, sofa, oil

paintings, clothes, crystal

chandeliers, etc. Open Sunday

and Monday, July 24

and 25, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. at

37659 Charter Oaks Blvd.,

Section K, Fox-Chase Condos,

16 Mile and Groesbeck

area.

ELECrROFREEZE soft ice

cream machine, double

header, $2,400. y/&-627e.

FANTASTIC Garage Sale.

Antique love seat with

matching chair, end tables,

coffee table, dresser, upholstered

chair, two portable

TVs, bicycles, bu*»per

pool table, games, household

items and much more.

All low-priced. Firday and

Saturday from 10-4 p.m. 998

Rosyln.

GAS~ RANGE ^nTurner",

good condition. Sacrifice.

8—ARTICLES

FOR SALE

LAMINATING

ID mm .so*

8MiXll—$1.00

BLUEPRINTS

QUICK PRINTING

RESUMES

INSTANT COPIES

SCRATCH PADS - 65* LB.

WEDDING INVITATIONS

PHOTOTYPESETTING

KEYLINING

PHOTOSTATS, NEGS

OPEN MONDAY THRU

SATURDAY 9-5 P.M.

POINTE PRINTING

15201 KERCHEVAL

at Lakeccinte

Grosse Pointe Park 822-7100

TWO Electric stoves, lawn

a—ARTICLES

FOR SALE

MOVING SALE — Caloric

stove, $150. Hotpoint refrigerator,

$175. $300 if sold together,

very good condition.

Double bed, $50. Yamaha

skis and boots (women's size

8), $50. 885-7695.

TWO ANTIQUE butcher

blocks. 8823866.

ATTIC Treasures!"July 251 thru

July 28,9 a.m. - 3 p.m., 21249

Bournemouth. Harper

Woods.

SEARS Kenmore electric

stove, double oven, center

griddle, self cleaning oven,

like new. White, $400 after 9

p.m. 882-5655.

WOOD Changing table; G.M.

Love seat; swing, leather

baby carrier, miscellan­

MOVING sale - 19533 Rosedale,

St. Clair Shores, Friday,

Saturday, 9 a. m.-5 p.m.

Collectible Avon botties,

mower. 886-GCOS.

miscellaneous.

GARAGE Sale - Saturday

f A PPANlo'^angerexcelient

only. 2199 Anita. Furniture,

condition, $125. 885-0079.

miscellaneous houshuld

MOVINGSATETR^^

speed bike, clothing, linens, ADMIRAL side by side re­

items, garden tools.

881-3555.

books, household items. No frigerator, excellent condi­

KUWAHARA BMX bicycle

pre-sales, Thursday and tion. $225. 885-0079.

EXQUISITE Lady's full chrome frame with blue

Friday, 10-5, 31 Webber

length Coyote coat, size

B^l)R60M^et., recliner, 2

trim. Suntour 3-piece

Place, Grosse Pointe Shores

10-12, appraised $10,000.

chairs, buffet, chest, mis­

sprocket. Schimano PDoff

Lakeshore.

Must sacrifice $4,000. 568cellaneous.

476 Allard Road,

MX15 platform pedals.

3679 days.

Anodized Ukai rims. GT

VALLYPooiTablelVK^ate, Farms. Thursday and Fri­

oraaccirciits gaai condition day.

GARAGE SALE — Cleaning laid-back seatpost. Dia-

$l,550rafter6p.m. 882-8219.

out attic, basement, and colcomp brakes set. 1 year old.

IBMSELECTRIC if- self corlecting

hobbys, Haviland Excellent condition and

GARAGE SALE 19196 MalUna recting. Perfect condition,

china, clocks, short wave ready to race. 882-4896.

corner of MalUna and $700. Call Kim, 964-9800

receiver, radio, TV, radio

Kingsville one block north days.

also adult miscellaneous.

BlRCH Fireplace Togs. 36

test equipment, pump or­

of Moross. TV set, deep GREEN carpeting for 13 FROST Free coppertone regan, Edison disc record,

fryer, clothes, lots of misc. stairs, plus large hallway. frigerator, washer and dry­ stereo equipment, humidi­

Thursday, Friday, Satur­ Excellent condition. 823- er, chest freezer, gas stove, fier, snow thrower, houseday,

5971.

and cheap electric stove. hold items. 9 a.m. Saturday,

JOGGER Sears, slightly used.

882-5681.

1141 Yorkshire.

6,000 BTU air conditioner, ex­

$200.331-1676.

cellent condition, $145. 885- GARAGE Sale. Fiiday July GARAGE SALE — Name

GARAGE SALE 5525 Harvard 0079.

22nd only. Kitchen set, dish­ brand clothing, infant-13

toys, coior TV with stand,

es, chairs, houseware items years. Miscellaneous items.

CUSTOM Queen Anne cherry

$50. Kitchen items, shelves,

and more. 1420 Bishop. 9 Frigidaire, custom air con­

stereo console. Highest a.m. - 3 p.m.

misc.

ditioner, 8,300 BTUs.

quality components, $375,

1«,UVU D.i.v. o iiigu ciit- 774-6432.

TWO Antique store show cas^ Everything in excellent

ciency heavy duty air con­

es. Evinrude 30 HP, out­ condition. Friday, Satur­

SCONCES, gilded mirrors,

ditioner., window or wall

board motor 12' gauge day, Sunday. 20050 Hunting-

candelabra, pool table, cor­

mount. $150. 886-4434.

Remington model 1100. ton. 10-6.

ner bar, restroom furniture 886-6025.

EMERSON 20,000 BTU, 220v,

SOFA, Heritage—Covered in and miscellaneous. 824-

window air condit'< *ier, like

printed chintz, Bergere 7701.

~HARTZ~~" new. 86*7048,

chair in same cover: 372- GARAGE sale - furniture and HOUSEHOLD SALE

2600, Mr. Fox.

NEW AUTHENTIC wool Ber­

appliances, 20704 Woodside, 484 SHELBOURNE ber carpet 9x12,100% wool,

TEN Speed, Stingray, one Harper Woods. July 22nd, Grosse Pointe Woods hand woven in Germany.

speed, lawnmower, Japa­ 23rd, 10 a.m. til 6 p.m.

Off Mack between 7-8 Mile Hudson's price — $1,600.

nese rifle, copy machine, KENMORE automatic dryer,

paper drill, Leica camera,

July 22-23, Friday & Saturday

Wrong size, will sell at

like new. $165. 885-0079.

$1,100. Blue with beige

phone recorder, 821-7430.

10 a.m. -4 p.m.

FIVE family garage sale.

fringe. 882-0235.

This Whole house estate sale

BUNK Beds, desk pine wood 20902 Country Club, Harper

mVVlJIvr is full of lovely things in per­ MftwMft s*LE Unt — Couch,

-$75. Call 881-5680. Woods. Friday, 10-3. fect condition. We are fea­

chair, $50; color TV $50;

DUNCAN Phyfe dining room; ATTENTION turing Baker traditional

desk, chair, $35; apartment

china cabinet, buffet, table

furniture for the living room

size refrigerator, $50. 886-

SINGLES

with 6 chairs, excellent con­

and dining room. The dining 1678,885-0238.

dition, $1,500. 77?-«J^» $1,500 WILL beautifully fur­ set includes table, 4 chairs, MEN'S riding breeches, 34W,

nish 4 rooms, living room, china and Vi round server. It used once, $45, tuxedo, 42L

SCHWINN bikes. 1963 men's dinette, bedroom, den, this is very pretty. We also have garnite and black, Jac-

LeTour, new used one includes, bedding, drapes, 2 Baker wing chairs, a quard used twice, $125. 869-

, month, extra features, best carpeting, tables, lamps, Queen Anne velvet chair, a 1288.

offer. Men's Varsity, excel­ pictures, T.V., this is not block front Chippendale

lent condition. Call after 6 junk. Moving, must sell. chest, Sherton style sofa,

FURNITURE: Living room,

dining room, kitchen, famttr

M M »^*fiwM. I*r

BEAUTIFUL Metal master HAVE YOU ever wanted" a We also have 21ovely bedroom StOOl. MUttfiA.

dinette table and 6 chairs. Polar Bear? Tiger Lily sets in Mahogany, one has a

526-8116.

Lady of Hampton has just dressing table.

TWO APRICOT livtagTooin

chairs, dining room pieces,

had her last litter... offer­

SOFA — Pretty aqua tradi­

In the decorative department tables, 3 leaves, china cabed

for sale, litter trained,

tional. Good condition, $70,

are lamps, framed prints, inet, 6 Chains. 884-1343, 372weaned.

One miniature

also browntone sofa, both 7'.

handpainted china, mir­ 1682.

EWOK • gray, $15. One

882-0316,

rors, Beleek stemware, sets

Polar Bear (Nee long-hair­

SOFA, CHAIR, vinyl, color

of china, etc. ..

ESTATE SALE—Everything ed Siamese) male, $20. One

cognac, excellent condition,

We have a basement full too—

must go! Antiques, furni­ Say and white, Tiger $16.

$1,300 value, sacrifice $250.

flower arranging stuff,

ture, outdoor tools, beds, ust guarantee good home

979-5494.

typewriter, dryer, tables,

pewter goods. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. with family. Inquiries, stove and refrigerator, table OAK TUDOR style dining

Monday through Friday. Uncle Sam's Penny Candy

linens, garage and garden

room set, table, 6 chairs,

882-4648.

Store, 11:30-3:30 daily, 884-

3113. .

needs, etc.. 7

buffet zr.i chi"S C£hin*t.

863-5470.

DRIVEWAY SALE — Satur­

All items in this home are in

day, July 23,10 to 3,977 Not­ SIGNATURE automatic dry­ perfect condition and priced USED CARRIER air conditingham,

i block souih of er, 181b. capacity. Like new. tc sell quickly. Treat yourtioners, model 51FA, 9200

Jefferson. Antiques: $145. 885-0079.

self to the very best. Come BTU, high efficiency, 10.6

wicker, quilts, rug. Infant to

teen clothing, (Izod etc.).

MOVINGsale, July22,23; 9-1, by and see us.

EER. 259-8974.

Toys, household items, 2

couch, bed, stereo, books, I'll hand out numbered tickets RANGE, 1976 Gibson, self

bathroom sinks. No pre- clothes, and miscellaneous. at 8 a.m. to establish your cleaning, $100. 882-0304.

sales.

1224 Wayburn.

place in line at 10 a.m. opening.

WROUGHT IRON glass top­

MOVING sale: Color T.V.,

ped patio table with four

MULTI-FAMILY, Yard-ga­ bedroom set, couches, Call our new hotline for details chairs, like new. Washer,

rage sale — Thursday, Fri­ chair, end tables, lamps, or directions at:

dryer, electric, good condiday

and Saturday, 9 a.m. to and miscellaneous items.

885-1410

tion. 886-0533.

4 p.m. 220 Fisher Road, Saturday, 10-5. 4359 Gray-

Grosse Pointe Farms.

SALES CONDUCTED BY GIRL'S 10 SPEED

ton.

ANTIQUES and Household

SUSAN HARTZ

SCHWINN

SEARS Coldspot refrigerator.

Brown, good condition, $85.

items. Some clothes, rea­ 2 door frost-free. Excellent 886-8982

885-8082.

sonably priced. Thursday,

July 21,9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 1785

condition. $165. 885-0079. GARAGE Moving Sale - 533 MOVING SALE, double oven

Roslyn.

CRAIG in-dash 8-track stereo, Anita off Morningside, 10 range, $100, freezer, $100,

C^iF~PTANCr~ ROLLS.26

Matrix player, AM-FM rad­ a.m.-5 p.m. Friday. Brown air conditioner $35, tables,

Weltes, 68 Ampicos and 133

io, excellent condition. $45. Formica dinette set, Iron- lounge chairs, linens, tools,

Duo-Arts. Condition varies,

885-5971.

rite, steamer trunks, bar bedding, brass, picnic table,

stools, infant's and child­

$1,500 the lot. 882-6147. SATURDAY yard sale, 10-4.

much more. July 22-23, 10*

ren's clothing. Good condit­

Clothes, toys, books, collect­

a.m.-3 p.m. 408 Roland

FURNITURE -ITabylWngs,

ion. Miscellaneous items.

ibles, etc. Something for

Court, Farms.

small appliances, incinerator,

fish aquarium and odds everyone. 769 Washington DRAPES • Beautiful custom WANTED

and emits. Garage sale Road.

seafoam green. Antique satin,

full length fully lined BUYING SWORDS

Thursday and Friday, July KENMORE sewing machine with cornice and hardware.

21 and 22,9 a.m. -3 p.m. 1973 with cabinet. Excellent

GUNS, DAGGERS

Excellent condition. 8 win­

Brys.

condition. $75. 885-0079; dows, $25 a pair. Dan - 838- 774-9651

FURNITURE Wholesale D~is- 6141 or 882-1141.

CfxmBNG _ Boy's size 14

TWO Family garage sale. tributors of Michigan, AAA

21184 Country Club, south of

GARAGE SALE - everything years, school shirts, dress

"Wholesale Direct To

Vernier. July 22-23 9 a.m.-5

for baby. Infant and kids

slacks. Ladies, Misses and

You"! Selling all new mer­

junior sizes 8-12. Famous

p.m. Household items, re­

clothes, some miscellanchandise

in original car­

names, priced to go! Saturcliner

chairs, CB radio, car tons. 2 piece mattress sets,

eous. Saturday, July 23rd, 10 day only, 10-12 noon. 1770

ramps, children's clGthes, twin $59, full $79, queen $99,

a.m. to4o.m. 5085Courville.

it.-.—.,.,

also men's size 44 long,

UIUl lie

sofa sleepers $119, bunk STEREO 1976 - Scott speak­

much more.

beds complete $88, 7 piece ers, 6-8 Ohms. BSR Turnta­ GARAGE Sale - 5040 Here­

AIR Conditioner, window. living rooms $239, decorable, Marantz receiver. 885- ford. Friday, Saturday, 10

24,000 BTU, 220 volts, $125. tive lamps from $14.88, 5 4739.

a.m.-4 p.m. Lots of miscel­

884-6358.

piece wood dinettes $159,

laneous odds and ends.

EVERY l^elnHmusTgoTThlir*

$800 pits now $375. Open to

TI99 COMPUTER - manuals,

day-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

the public, dealers and insti­

speach synthesizer, 6 cart­ ONE Woman's full length size

Electric clothes dryer,

tutional sales welcome.

ridges, tape recorder with 10 Raccoon coat, value

maple twin bed frame,

Name brands, Serta, etc.

cables, joy sticks, barely $4 800, asking $2,000 or best

brown tweed carpet 10'xl2',

9451 Buffalo, HamiramcK 1.1

used, $325. Call 372-1354. offer. Men's size 40 cream

colored leather jacket, $100.

block north of Holbrook, 1 AIR Conditioner, window.

TV table, portable stereo,

445-1691.

block east of Conant), 875- 24,000 BTU, 220 volts. $125.

new 33 carousel trays, 7166. Telegraph (2 blocks 884-6358.

ANTIQUE AUCTION, Satur­

lounger exerciser, picture south of 8 Mile), 532-4060.

frames, dishes, new hair

EVERY ITEM" must go!

day, July 23,6p.m. Barker's

Monday through Saturday,

dryer, men's business suits

Thursday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5

Trading Post, 7676Bluebush

10-8, Sunday, 12-5. 14460

42 long, shirts, ties, many

p.m. Electric clothes dryer,

road, (downtown) Maybee,

Gratiot (2 blocks north of 7

miscellaneous items. 1017

maple twin bed frame,

Michigan (Northeast of

Mile Rd.) 521-3500. Monday

Smith Rrvs

brown tweed carpet 10'xl2\

Dundee or northwest of

*-Ki-

Monroe). Oak, walnut and

x v

WM1V,

REDLINE dirt bike, al'ay 10909 Grand River (corner

wicker turniiure, plus

new 33mm carousel trays,

rims and cranks, excellent of Oakman) 934-6900. Mon­

clocks, lamps, glassware,

lounge' exerciser, picture

condition. $150/Best offer. day through Saturday, 10-7.

primitive and miscella­

frames, dishes, new hair

885-6593.

4575 iJixie Hwy., Wat&rford

neous. Terms cash, Jack

dryer, men's business suits,

Township (3 miles west of

Barker Auctioned, 313-

42 long, shirts, ties. Many

Bb^WecT~reTlecting Telegraph) 674-4121. Mon­

587-2042. Directions, take

miscHaneniis Hftms. 1017

speakers with equalizer, day through Saturday 10-8.

1-75 to Elm street exit, take

South Brys.

$950 or best offev. Technics Sunday 12-5. Credit cards

Elm street west to North

SA-828 receiver, 120 watts and checks accepted. Deli­ NEW Condition. Large Hutch Custer, (Elm street and

per channel, quartz synthevery available.

dresser, night stand, 5 North Custer same road), to

size tuning, 7 AM, 7 FM pre­

drawer chest, twin head­ Baldwin road (it Mile) luin

set stations with memory, A LARGE .selection — Like boards, springs, mattress­ right on Baldwin to Blue-

built-in space dimensions. new Schwinn bicycles, iS6- es, lamp, 3 years old, 771- bush , turn right on Bluebush

$7O0 or best offer. 757-7143. 1968, 822-4130.

4122.

(2 blocks).

n

eous. 885-8306.

FRIGIDAIRE Air conditioner,

11,000 BTU's, 24 hour timer.

si75. 776-5206. ; <

~5 FAMILY GARAGE SALE"

Friday July 22,9-4

1706 Broadstone

Grosse Pointe Woods

8000 BTU air conditioner^

movie camera, telephone

answering machine, Whitesewing

machine, furniture,

baby clothes, baby equipment,

toys, 21 yards

navy linen wallpaper, stained

glass lamp, Bridal Rose/

kitchen butcher block table china, bowling equipment,

$45. Regular $79 Farber- front door, drapes, houseware

broiler-rotisserie, hold items and much, much,

$29.95. 823-6166.

more. Cash only.

ROUND OAK Table. 6 chaW, MOVING — antique furniture*

hutch. French Provincial Jewelry, clothes, collectibles',

dining room set and living for sale. 823-3956 after 6 p.m.

room tables. Black vinyl re­ weekends, anytime.

cliner. 2 end tables and

Schwinn tandem bike. Ask

GARAGE Estate Sale — apfor

Lois. Weekdays, 823-

1900. Weekends, 823-6094. ?

HOUSEHOLD Sale - living

room, library, dining room,

bedroom, kitchen appliances,

paintings. Saturday,

July 23rd, 10 until 2.

860 Three Mile Drive.

YARD Sale - 1404 Gravton.

Girls bedroom set, folk' guitar,

8 track stereo and turntable,

ladies lamb coat, antiques,

miscellaneous furniture,

kitchen equipment and

much more. Priced low

cause all must so. Saturday

and Sunday only, 10 to 5.

GARAGE Sale - everything

for baby. Infant and kids

clothes, some miscclfsn

eov*. Saturday, Jury 23rd, 10

a m. to 4p.m. 5085 Courville.

DRAPES - beautiful custome

seafcam green. Antique satin,

full length fully lined

with cornice and hardware.

Excellent condition. 6 Win-

GOLF Clubs for sale, Walter

Hagen Iron's 3 through

wedge, used one season only.

$175. Call 862-7431 after 5:30.

liance, furniture, etc., 104,'

hursday, Friday, Saturday.

1410 Roslyn Road;

Grosse Pointe Woods. •

GIANT SALE - July 23rd, •

(Saturday), 10 to 6, 11460

Balfour, between Moross

and Morang. C-70 Honda,

large lighted oil painting,

electric fireplace, baby

needs, furniture, glassware,

books, etc. Clothes—«

small, medium and largiiy-

Man's medium size clothes,

much more items to choose

from.

LAZY BOY"chair, Ottoman;"

humidifier, steel frame, 3;

cushion couch. Price rea-^.

sonable. 839-5467.

FORMAL dining room set by ;

Thomasville. 9 piece, excek

lent condition. 1 year old;

Must seii to highest offer.

757-0274. After 7 p.m.

KENMORE Automatic washer

excellent condition, $96:V'

885-0079.

KENMORE Automatic dryer,)

excellent condition, $•&:

885-0079. 5

DINING Table - 8 foot, oak>'t

pedestal-type with 8 spooled J

and reed seated chairs. Pier

ELECTRIC Dryer, $40. Pro- One type. $700 or best offer.,;

vindal breakf root, like new, 885-8579. #£'.

$175. Commode (accent

piece) with mirror, $75.884- BRASS&e^double); Crystal^

1341.

- 1920's; Cherrywood bedroom

set (double) com­

DINING Room table 40x62" plete; Large metal ward­

Walnut, excellent condition. robe;. 771-9573 after 6 p.m.

"1 nnTcn

"JUNQUE"

SATURDAY

"IOA.M7" W

9211 BISHOP -j"

BETWEEN I-94/KIN&

RICHARD

FRIGIDAIRE Stove and refrigerator,

good condition,

$100 each. Call after 5.PM.

I 882-0342.


Thursday, July C I , 1983 GROSSE POINT E NEWS Page Seven-C

tf—ARTtCLES

FOR SALE

SOFA BED — Excellent condition,

brand new, earth tones,

$650 or best. See to believe.

BOS-0245.

GARAGE SALE, furniture,

antiques, miscellaneous

items. Friday only. 10-5

p.m., 10951 Worden, I-

94-Moross area.

1980 ENCYCLOPEDIA Bri

tannica III in fancy binding;

(s.ii)c r>..~.,i T>^..I... p> i

umes, excellent condition;

$300.1982 Britannica Junior;

$125. John King Books. 9C1-

0622.

Uncle Sam's

P^nny Candy Store

is having a summer toy sale.

Your choice .99?;. We also

have a selection of party favors,

helium balloons, candy,

ice cream and more.

BONUS

single scoop of ice cream only

.49* with this ad.

16135 Mack at Bedford.

11:30-8:30 Daily. 884-3113.

MAYTAG Automatic washer.

Excellent condition. $160.

885-0079.

RESALE SHOP

Open all summer, 10 a.m.-3

Wednesdays, 7 p.m.-9

Thursdays. Rear of Unitarian

Church, 17150 Maumee

(1 block from Bon Secour

Hospital). Family clothing

at unheard of bargains and

other items too. Consign-,

ments welcome. Phone

882-9755 Wednesday or 881

9412 anytime.

GARAGE Sale. July 23, 10

a.m. - 4 p.m. Crib, apart

ment size table and chairs,

gas lock unit, miscellaneous.

20943 Norwood.

GIBSON — Air Sweep air conditioner,

18,000 BTU, fully

automatic, cooling, dehumidifier,

100% fresh air

cooling, exhaust air, $285.

292-9171.

8A—MUSICAL

INSTRUMENTS

ALL

PIANOS WANTED

TOP CASH PAID

AT ONCE]

541-6116

PIANOS WANTED

PRANDS, Spinets, Consoles'

and Small Uprights.

TOP PRICES PAID

^7-^06 7 ^^^;'

BABY GRAND (Cable Nelson

by Everett) 1934, 1 piece

spruce sounding board,

ivory keys, excellent condition,

appraised at $6,000,

will accept $3,000 or best offer.

Serious inquires only.

343-2210, 8-2, 776-2866 evenings.

SPINET For Sale~— excellent

condition, recently tuned,

exceptional pries. B^orc 5

p.m. 977-7086; after 5 p.m.

839-2872.

WASHBL^GuirsrT^Maggio

pick-ups $300. Peavay

160 watt amp $250. 824-0644.

FLUTE—MIRAMATSU, serial

no. 17099, standard

French model. Must sell.

$2,200, or best offer. 280-

2763.

KNABE Grand Piano. Moving,

must sell $800.882-7727.

SB—ANTIQUES

FOR SALE

KENNARYKAGE

ANTIQUES

Open: Wednesday,Thursday,

Friday, 12-4 p.m.

Saturday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

FLEA MARKET

EVERY SATURDAY

WE BUY AND SELL

Cadieux at E. Warren

882-4396

"DENLlV^

ANTIQUES

Furniture, clocks, Decoys,

toy, and primitives. 2vii2

Harper, between 10 and 11,

9-5 Monday through Saturday.

772-9385.

WE BUY AND SELL

SWANKOUSKY'S ANTIQUES

Summer Clearout Sale

30% - 70% off

The Best of yesterday

For the way you live today!

affordable British furnishings

oiiu aCCesaiuira. Unc iciiific

store" - Detroit Free

Press. 1500 Woodward Ayenue

at John R., Second floor.

Monday - Saturday. 11-5.

Call about validated parking.

961-2656.

ANTIQUE Clock repairs —

wall, mantle, anniversary,

cuckoo, Grandfather. Sales

— antiques and reproduction

clocks, miniature,

novelty, $20 each with

swinging girt pendulum

parts, movements, gears.

Phone 882-3859,

FURNITURE refinished, repaired,

stripped, any type of

caning. Free estimates.

474-8953.

ANTIQUE SHOW

AND SALE

Oakland Mdl, Troy, Michi

gan, July 28-31, during mall

hours.

oo—ANTiQuES

FOR SALE

ANTIQUE SHOW

AND SALE

Meadowbvook Village Mall,

Adams-Walton Rochester.

July 21-24. During Mall

hours.

MANCHESTER ANTIQUE

MALL

We welcome two new dealers

specializing in 19th century

glass and country accessories.

116 East Main, Manchester.

(20 minutes Southwest

of Ann Arbor). Open 7

days, 10-5. 428-9357.

DAVISBURG

ANTIQUES MARKET

JULY 24

4th Sunday each month.

Springfield-Oaks iildg.

Take 1-75 N. to Dixie Hwy. N.

to Davisburg Rd. West to

Andersonville Rd. South Vz

mile.

ANTIQUES &

COLLECTIBLES ONLY

Hrs.: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

FREE ADMISSION/

PARKING

BLUE Art glass vase, antique

chest and desk. Can be seen

Friday or Saturday 9-3, 180

Moran.

TEL-TWELVE MALL

ANTIQUE SHOW

AND SALE

Telegraph and 12 Mile Rd.

Thursday, July 28, thru

Sunday, August 7th

Free admission,

free parking

ANTIQUE Oak dresser, commode,

mirrored hall rack,

chairs, brass fireplace fender,

wicker rocker with

arms. All mint condition.

881-4964.

8C—OFFICE

EQUIPMENT

TWO Steelcase desks, credenza.

I.B.M. typewriter,

model 12. Ditto copier. 777-

4646.

IBM Selectric II - self correcting.

Perfect condition.

$700. Call Kim 964-9800days.

d—ARTICLES

WANTED

CASH FOR BOOKS

Whole libraries or single volumes

purchased. Pick-ups

available.

THE LIBRARY CO.

16129 Mack at Bedford

881-5800

Closed Sunday & Monday

'"CASH FOR

KIDS CLOTHES

EXCELLENT CONDITION

VERY CLEAN, BETTER

BRANDS, INFANT THRU 14

Bringin Monday, Tuesday

or Thursday, 10-4 p.m.

ON HANGERS PLEASE

LEE'S RESALE

20331 Mack_ _ 881-8082

ANTlQUE~6R COLLECT-

IBLE DOLLS SUCH AS

MADAME ALEXANDER,

BARBIE,

757-5568

E ASTSIDE bookseller desires

signed limit'*! editions, fine

illustrated children's literature,

art, photography,

Americana Detroit, Civil

War. Occult, Avant Garde

Lit., military county histories,

philosophy and

worthwhile books for collections

in all categories. Cash

paid and immediate removal.

GRUB STREET

A BOOKERY

17194 East Warren,

near Cadieux

Detroit, Michigan

"July Book Buying

Number only."

881-4686

QUICK CASH

WILL BUY USED

. FURNITURE

Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry

upholstered furniture and

ANTIQUES

QUICK CASH

574-3029

eurtTnrtNC and rifles want-ed

— Parker, Fox, Smith,

Winchester and others^

Private collector. 478-5315-

FUEL OIL

WILL purchase and pump

from your tank.

882-9420

BOOKS

PURCHASED

Seii your fine books with

confidence in our integrity

and experience.

GRUB STREET

ABOOKERY

17194 E. Warren

"July Book Buying

Number Only"

881-4686

RTSCLES

WANTED

GAS STOVE

WANTED

$$ TOP DOLLAR PAID $$

885-0079

TO? $$ paid for color TV's,microwaves,

air conditioners,

working or not. 774-9380.

JOHN klNG is still'buying

good books for. cash. Why

sell to someone else for

iess? yiil-0522.

PRIVATE Collector would like

to buy U.S. stamps, U.S.

cbinfi, and baseball cards.

775-4757.

WANT to rent executive electric

typewriter for 3-4

weeks. 821-7419.

10A—MOTORCYCLES

FOR SALE

FOR Sale -

lOOcc. 94

371-3185.

Indian Dirt bike

miles like new.

MOPED 1.5 horse power, only

75 miles, best offer over

$300. 881-6006.

RUTTMAN Mini Bike - New, 4

h.p. engine. New parts, first

$150 takes. 882-0994.

HONDA, 1974, CL360. excellent

condition, 4,000 miles.

$450. 881-2223, Call after 6

p.m.

1975 YAMAHA 50, Moped -

motorcycle, beautiful,

excellent condition, $500 -

Best offer. Percy, 779-8538.

W8KAWA^kllMM67FaFing,

excellent condition,

$1200 - best offer. 372-5090.

1976 HONDA 250, good condition.

Best offer. 527-3226.

1W2SILVER-Black Puch, 500

miles, $550 firm. 882-3212.

HONDA 750 Windjammer,

1973, bags, 10,000 miles.

New tires, battery, $1,100.

893-7470.

1974 SUzMrTClOCL, excellent

condition, $275. 836-

2415.

1981-82 HONDA CM 400T, 1,100

miles, excellent, must sell,

best offer. 882-8580.

HONDA CR^25rYAMAHA

TT250. both excellent condition,

together $1,750. 886-

6195.

10&-TRUCKS

FOR SALE

1982 DODGE pick-up. Air,

stereo, two tone. Fully

equipped, $7,500. 777-5439.

1 t^CARS J Isluti n Yii

^

FOR SALE

1979 FORD Thunderbird

Town Landau. Loaded,

$4,350 or best, weekdays before

7 p.m. 366-8563, evenings

or weekends, 884-4674.

ELb^RA^O~i976^ convertible,

silver-grey, fully

equipped, excellent condition.

Asking $14,995. Make

your deal with Ralph at

773-5405.

1981 DODGE Aires, two door,

am, stereo, extras, $5,100-offer.

885-6148 after 6 p.m.

law DATSUN Sedan,

53,000 miles, sunroof, air,

AM-FM stereo, automatic,

$1,599. 885-7387.

MONTE Carlo, 1973, air, automatic,

power brakes,

steering, window, good condition.

After 5 p.m. 885-2028.

19TOCAMARO f or parts. Best

offer. 886-2979.

1975 CHRYSLER Imperial -

fully loaded, new tires,

$1,200. Call 779-1960, may

see at Sunoco station, Jefferson,

3 to 4 blocks north of

9 Mile.

r974DODGE Dart - low mileage,

new battery, starter

good, tires. Reliable. $425.

886-9420.

1982 J-2000L.E. 4door, loaded,

low mileage, super clean,

$6,800 or offer, 885-6148.

MGB 1976 - excellent condition,

$3,400. Best offer, 839-

6743 after 5 p.m.

6LDS"blitaM'i377"4^oo7,

loaded t good mnnine condition,

$3^000. 886-4697.

MGB - G.T. r9747interiorand

exterior, very good condition.

84,000 miles. $2,200/offer.

884-7186.

1980 MGB convertible, limited

edition, stereo cassette, 25.-

000 miles, excellent condition.

$5,795. 839-5944.

1970"OLDS _ - _ goodTei7abTe

transportation, $400. 885-

8308.

JEEP CJ5 Renegade - 1981,

excellent condition, call

after 5 p.m. 268-3658.

9—ARTICLES

WANTED

BOOKS/USED AND RARE

purchased for cash or appraised

estates also desired/in Ijome consultations.

JOHN KING

961-0622

* Clip and Save this ad •

11—CARS

FOR SALE

1977 HONDA Accord - 5 speed.

Real sharp. $1,495. Must be

seen. New tires. Lady's car.

Call 372-0649 after 4.

1973 SUPER Beetle - new

tires, new muffler, new

AM-FM stereo, runs great,

$800. 881-8652.

1974 COUPE de Ville, loaded,

clean, no rust, $1,200. 331-

3963.

1977 PACER. 2 door, wation.

automatic, air conditioned,

very good condition. $2,300.

779-4404.

1978 HONDA Accord - 5 speed,

Garage kept, low mileage,

$1,995 firm. Must be seen.

Real clean. Call 886-4804

after 4:00.

1978 RENAULT LeCar - 2

door, fire engine red. Immaculate

condition. $1,495

firm. Must be seen. Call

after 4n,m. 372-0649.

1974 MUSTANG 6 cylinder,

automatic, rusty but runs

great. 60,000 miles, $750offer.

882-6574.

1973 MARK IV. NoTusL new

tires, runs excellent, $1,600.

886-4779.

1979 CHEVROLET Monza 2+ 2

hatchback, 4 cylinder, 4

speed, sunroof, stereo, low

miles, excellent condition.

$3,100. 822-5523.

1980 FIREBIRDT"Special

Edition, Yellow Bird, 17,000

miles, T-tops, plus much

more, excellent condition,

$7,700. 881-3053, after 6 p.m.

1978 FIAT12^-17^000~mfiesf

best offer, 2 door. Call 521-

2180.

TIRES - two G78-15 whitewall

with rims $40, two P165-

75-R-13 whitewalls with

rims $40. Very good condition.

881-7378. -

i^^^MWno^nUiesrgood

. condition, $9,000 or best.

884-5176.

1973 BUICK Electra 225. Air

conditioning, power windows,

power brakes, power

steering. Runs well, $700 or

best. 884-5176.

1978 TORNADO Brougham

loaded. No rust. Low mileage.

Best offer. 772-0274.

1974 RENAULT Rl2, front

wheel drive, 25 combined

MPG, $750. Robert 885-5743.

1977 VOLARE^ powerlteering,

power brakes, air conditioning,

$l,000-best offer.

885-1389.

1979 MERCURY Grand Marquis.

Like new (every option).

You must see to believe.

$5,450.885-9012 after 6

p.m.

WTtTcMVETTE —Tdowj

automatic, AM-FM, lowmiles,

clean car, no rust, 30

M.P.G.'s, brown and tan.

$2,350.884-0866.

1982 TRANSOM, loaded7823-

2306. ,

1982 CHE!VETrE7Toad«r low

mileage, excellent condition.

263-4764 or 254-3196.

iyy4 MUSTANG, 4 speed, no

rust, runs great, $1,400 or offer.

527-3302. __

lsWPLYMOUTH F^, good

condition. Best offer. 884-

MUSTANG Mach 1,1975,8 cylinder.

Excellent condition.

58,000 miles. $2,8uu. After 5.

839-6309.

1981 CORVETTE^ red, glasstop,

tuiiy ioaucu. Must 5611

— $13,500.44,000 miles. 585-

0450, days, 885-2511, evenings^

__

1981BUICK Skylark, loaded,

good condition. $5,950. 881-

56ML

1972 DART, very dependable,

new brakes, radiator, 43,600

miles. Slant 6 engine. Gets

20 miles per gallon. 886-2026.

19^ CUTLASS, blue, A/C,

64,000 miles, $1,500. After 6,

884-3401.

1976~CADILLAC~EldoracFo,

convertible, new paint, $11,-

500. 465-1561.

1979 CHEVETTE~T?peed~

like new, FM cassette, C.B.,

Dunlop tires, rally wheels,

$2,995. j»i-4063, Bill.

19U1 vnuinitu - nn , uutvuihi.

ic, T-tops, all power, low

mileage, loaded with many

options, excellent condition,

$7,400. Days, 585-5630 (Kim),

after 4 p.m. 8&-0G38.

1970nk^TAl4GnPMtblick'.

302, little rust,$750.885-0269.

1974 MALIBU - power steering,

power brakes, automatic,

air, $9,500, excellent

transmission. 559-0340, 881-,

8011.

1980 OLDSMOBILE Omega

Brougham. Automatic

AM-FM stereo, air, defogger,

landau roof, $4,075.

294-8743.

GRANADA 1977, Ghia, 4 door,

6 cylinder, automatic, garage

kept, exceptionally

clean, no rust,$2,200or best

offer. 773-3739.

1022 PONTIAC J-won station

wagon - cloth reclining seats,

AM-FM cassette stereo, auloiiiaUe.

$5,000. Noon-8p.m.,

882-8792.

1975 VEGA - Fair condition,

brand new tires, $350. 888-

8933.

1978 Z-28, excellent condition,

loaded, 13,000 actual miles.

881-8817.

11—CARS

FOR SALE

iyvi CUTLASS Supreme convertible.

Completely stocked.

New tires, battery,

$1,800 firm. 885-4042.

HONDA 1982, CIVIC, 1500

G.L. excellent condition.

5-speed, Hatchback, silver-blue,

AM-FM, stereo

cassette, Ziebart, 19,000

miles. 45 miles per gallon,

$5,750, or best offer. 881-

3868.

REGENCY 1980 -Arfoor, triole

burgundy, loaded, AM-FM,

C.B. wire wheel covers,

882-8032.

1972 PONTIAC Tempestneeds

repair. Ideal for

parts. Call after C, 832-5659.

iOOU AtlJ-»l 4,vRm - t uOvfi , ail ,

cruise, AM-FM, 32,000

miles, $5,900. 885-0431.

1975 FIAT Spider — new tires,

new top, excellent condition.

A sharp car. $2,600.

885-2888 after 6 p.m.

CITATION 1982, 4 door,

Hatchback, automatic, excellent

condition, 15,200

miles. 499-2120.

1979 HORIZON 4 door, air

conditioning, other extras.

Best offer. 881-9405.

1924 MODEL T.goodcondition,$3,000,after

6 p.m. 882-

8219.

c6TfV^"R'tlMrEl9WChev-

: rr-f».-i>«

\JL7~" Wen kept,

$3,000ox u'estoffer. Must see.

886-9217.

1975 VW Rabbit, 2 door, 4

speed. AM-FM cassette,

new paint. Best offer. 886-

3571.

DELTA" 1979 Royal7Tdoor,

excellent condition, powe:

steering, brakes, air. back

window defroster, cruise,

AM-FM stereo, velcur interior.

$4,900. 1-521-5597.

i9^TONT^cXstre^4speed,

luggage rack, $1,100. 882-

5879,

CAMARO Z-28, 1978, needs

work, loaded, best offer.

Call after 5:30p.m. 881-1889.

1952 M.G., showroom condition,

$12,500, firm. 296-3970,

Monday through Friday, 9

a.m. -5 p.m.

1982 CHEVETTET "H,O66

miles, 4 door. Best offer.

After 5 p.m. 331-7999. Martha

or Bill.

is^C^VETT^Hatchbiick,

2 door, 4 speed, AM-FM stereo,

cassette, good condition.

$3,500. 824-8576.

Leaving the Country

Must sell two cars.

Within three weeks.

1976 Marquis excellent condition.

Perfect for car pooling

or larger family. Best offer.

1978 Omni. Good condition,

snappy, fuel efficient. Best

offer.

If interested please call to

leave name and number.

During the day, 882-5230;

"Nanny" or "Gust"

Evenings, 882-1872

iftWDOD^E^winger^- 6 cylinder,

power steering,

power brakes, automatic.

Dependable. $875. 574-0356

after 3.

1£r Your Junk or Unwanted

Car.

BULL AUTO PARTS

894-4488

DEAD OR ALIVE

CARS— TRUCKS....*,

f JlEE TOWING -7 DAYS

365-7322 368-4062

WANTED — bate model Cadillac.

Call 750-5110, days.

Ask for John.

DON'T TRADE IN your used

car, I'll buy it. Bill, 372-9884

days, 521-1927, evenings.

CHICAGO dealer pays more

casli for clean late model

cars. (313) 885-0769.

DEPENDABLE Honda or

V.W. wanted for $800. 885-

5147.

WANTED ,1976 78 clean, Cutlass

Supreme. College student,

4684453.

11C—BOATS

AND MOTORS

1983 28' Bayliner — Contessa,

suncruiser, 260 h.p., 10'

beam, loaded. Evenings.

886-5884. ___

24' 1954 CHRIS 2ND owner,

always stored inside, too

many options to list. 521-

3172.

rt A MAP Grumman aluminum,

17' with accessories,

excellent condition.

$400, 331-1676.

SAILBOARD SALE

If you pay over $719, for a proformaiice

sailr>oi*Fd, it's

your money. Summer Sale.

Sailboards starting from

$499.

METRO SKI k SPORTS

20343 Mack-South of 8 Mile,

Grosse Pointe Woods. 884-

5660.

CANOE 15 ft, paddles and

racks, $150. 881-8525.

1881 22* CATALINA, electric

start. 9.9 Evinrude. 2 sails,

all the extras. Brand new.

1963 TrailRite trader $9,800

aiter o. OOO-WJU.

ODAY Tempest, 24', day sailor,

2 mains, jib, genoa,

spinnaker, 7% H.P. outboard.

$4,750 after 5, 886-

6769.

ELECTRIC Trolling motor.

High-low speed with battery.

$49. 776-6278.

23' CHRYSLER Cabin, twin

Volvo's outboard, loaded,

excellent condition on trailer.

772-5556. $8,900.

SEARAY"T382, 31 Express.

Excellent condition. Low

hours, loaded. $49,000. 731-

7694.

ao^^RMuIXwT^TsTMerc

Cruiser, excellent condition

. Will trade plus cash for

23' or 25' Formula or.Nova.

Looking for clean boat. 885-

2029 home, or office 649-3287

days.

ia^n^L ASSM A STERdeep

Vbowrider, 165 Merc cruiser

- under 100 hours, I/O. New,

mooring cover, battery, and

trailer. Ready to go! Sharp.

822-9348.

CHARTER boat - Swimming,

dinner, scuba, tour or fishing.

$35 plus $5 per hour

based on four persons. 776-

8278.

1981 13' BOSTON Whaler, 35

h.p. Evinrude, trailer, cover.

$4,500. 642-2173 after 6.

47~ FOOT'Chris Craft Commander,

twin 8V-53 Detroit

diesels, low hours, 10 KW

generator, fly bridge, aft

deck enclosure, central air

and heat, swim platform

and many more extras.

Bex-;*}©/, 6oi- , i7oo.

CHARTER A

CATALINA 36

Visit Lake Erie Islands and

Cedar Point in a new C-36.

3 Cabin privacy, Diesel,'

Holler Furling and Dinghy.

Port Clinton Yacni

Charters. 419-732-3637.


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"^^•Ml

11C~eOAT$

KNU mwiuns

34 1976 Seafarer sailboat

fiberglass hull, less equip-

• ment. Best offer. Must sell.

"884-4818.

23' FIBERGLASS full keel

sailboat, Allberg design

Southcoast 23. Excellent

•condition, loaded. Must sell,

asking $3,895. 881-3922 or

286-3138

1972 SR Vi60,62 interior, many

options, 1972 E-Z Loader

trailer. $5,500. After 4:30,

"574-0738.

MORGAN, 22 feet, 5 sails,

-Spinnaker 9.9 outboard

£oria-poUy\ many extras.

^Well included. 8247613.

SPORT Yak II, 2 manTmotor

mount. Best offer. 527-3226.

11F—TRAILERS *

, AND CAMPERS

SHASTA Ultra-like, 14% ft.

•olid camper, stove, refrigerator

and heater. Used

twice, 2 years old, mint condition,

$2,275. 685-5423.

2? MlNI-motor home, excellent

condition. Fully loaded,

extras. Sleeps six. 871-3093..

MOTOR HomeTzV GMC

•15,000 miles, roof, air

'generator, fully self contained.

Like new. Sleeps six.

-916,900. 548-4100. Ask for

Greg.

APACHE Pop-up, canvas

Asides, aluminum top and

body, excellent condition.

881-8750.

FOR SALE: Concord travel

.^trailer. 20 feet, self-contain-

* ed, sleeps six, all birch inferior,

electric Reese hitch

•ii.carefree awning. 371-3185.

tlO-MOBILE

^ HOMES

3ft,FT., 1977TIMERON paint

•carefree awning, side and

rear door like new. Sacrifice,

$18,000 CBMi. 548-2276.

Hm WINDSOR i*x70,l bed-

"!room, ltt bath partially

.^furnished. Call mornings or

••'- v«ndi. 4654184.

HOME

FN THIS CONTRY, Palms

Road. Near SSMile Road, 10

years old. Ranch, 4 bed*

- rooms, attached garage, 4tt

acres, 100' swimming pond.

#72,000. Richard Smith,

,725-3800,940-3033.

STURGEON RIVER LODGE

-87j>lus acres with the famous

sturgeon River bisecting

the property. Main lodge

*"features 3 bedrooms. 2%

,:baths, 2 fireplaces and

;;; green house. Two additional

log cabin? with comfortable

facilities. An exceptional offering

at $150,000.

GLASSER REAL ESTATE

149 W. Main

""•"" Gaylord, Mich. 46735

' 517-732-6464

SCHUSS Mountain chalet. 4

-.bedrooms, 2Vfe baths, fully

furnished, largest, mghest

lot in area. Swim, gol£ ski.

Reduced to $72,000.886-3377.

PERE MARQUETTE RIV­

ER, 5 acres with frontage,

both sides stream. Beautiful

i year round cottage, barn.

.-< Terms, 821-9526.

12D—LAKEAND

^"** *a^a^ MnANp>n*t>if.

m*tn rnvrchi i

BEAUTIFUL iakefront home

with 145 feet of frontage.

Spacious 24' living room,

walk through pantry, IVi

car garage. Call Lon Babcock

Gsentoski Realty

(517)-738-5251 or (5171-738-

8490.

St:CLAtS

Quality 2 bedroom home, in

great location with glorious

view. Private road di mat",

highway, 50 feet of high river

frontage with steel seawall.

Call for details. $118,000.

ON ST. CLAIR River - fabulous

view, quality construction

and good location make

this 2 bedroom brick ranch

an exciting river home. 105

ft. of river frontage. Many

extras include a boathouse

with electric hoist $162,000

Elegant brick home on 135 feet

of St. Clair riverfront.

Choice area, 5bedrooms, 4Vt

baths, central air. Glorious

view from 2 level Verandah,

steel seawall and dock,

$340,000.

BEAUCHAMP

REALTORS

329-4755

BOATERS DELIGHT

Your dream house is here!

Sprawling brick ranch on

corner of two canals off Anchor

Bay. Large boathouse,

built-in pool on raised patio,

finished basement, natural

. fireplace and more. Asking

$175,000, all terms considered.

Call John M. Ken rig,

774-8300.

EARL KE1M - ROSEVlLLE

H^ARTLAN^llichigan, 3

bedroom cottage on private

all sports lake. Ideal location,

1 hour drive from

Grosse Pointe. 886-4135.

BOAT, WATER LOVERS

I have numerous, beautiful

canal and Iakefront homes

for sale, in the prestigious

Seaway and Venice Snores

and St. Ciair Shores areas.

Included are lovely ranches,

multi-level and contemporary

style waterfront

Colonials. In a variety of

price ranges. Attractive

terms including longer term

and Land Contract rates as

low as 9%. I have or can find

you the waterfront home of

your dreams. Be sure to ask

for:

GIL WITTENBERG

"THE WATER

SPECIALIST"

CENTURY-21 AVID

77841100

If not in leave your number

deer, pheasantr 40 miles \ST^gpiR ,:Rrver JSatate

itxdrowhCokMflad,

3$L'fa

newly decorated, featuring

;sq, u. remiu.-newiiauM's, j huge Jiving room with fire-

"equipment, terms and St. iaee, formal dining room,

clair shores 12-jefferson Ebrary, great kitchen with

colonial - opportunity, cus­ new cabinetry, also 2% car

tom details, 4 bedrooms, 2Vz garage, workshop, green­

'.baths.. .and near 9 a small house patio, and beautiful

''«na*>trtAn onrtA nflrtfpr tllS- grounds. Priced for immed­

4415.

iate sale. $215,000.

•MB—VACATION

MacGLASHAN CO.

PROPERTY OPPOSITE ST. CLAIR INN

329-2294

1^-4AKC AND RIVER

PROPERTY

ex n\ AID

Frontage on two rivers. Marina

setting on the Belle River,

with your own 50 foot

boat dockage: and 50feet on;

the St. Clair River for view-

- ing international shipping.

Attractive home offers 30

foot living room with cathedral

ceiling. f wo bedrooms,

G* spacious kitchen with new

cabinetry and appliances,

«, comfortable viewing porch.

^ $150,000.

Spacious and comfortable 4

,.',, bedroom home on 165' of

"choice St. Clair River frontoge.

Pine paneled den with

fireplace, formal dining

room, huge living room with

fireplace, fully equipped

kitchen and Butler's pantry,

Wt baths, basement, 4 car

garage, workshop. Mint

" condition throughout. $239,-

~'000.

Choice 50 foot by 400 foot St.

Clair River parcel with new

"* se2v.'?.1t, comfortable 3 bedroom

home, large living

room with fireplace, river

"room, viewing deck, de-

I tached 2 car garage. $120,-

; ooo.

'St. Clair River. Vacant parl

eels available from 50' to

• ]60' on the river. Please call

for details.

MacGLASHAN CO.

OPPOSITE ST.

329-2294

12E—COMMERCIAL

PROPERTY

BUSINESS and

J\T% rtn omx t r?< KI T

PROPERTIES

E x c l u s i v e l y

SALES - LEASES

EXCHANGES

Virginia S. Jeffries, Realtor

882-0899

FOR LEASE ,

Grosse Pointe - Kercheval

Ave. Walton Pierce, second

floor, 1,700 square feet.

FOR SALE GR LEASE

85 Kercheval Ave. - Suitable

for retail, professional offices,

medical, financial institution

or investment purposes.

LAMBRECKT REALTY CO.

RICHARD JOY 964-4522

EASTLAND AREA

INVESTMENT PROPERTY

Contact George Palms or Bill

Queen.

PALMS-QUEEN REALTORS

886-4444

BEAUTIFUL 8000 square

foot, Grosse Pointe area

commercial building for

sale. Very reasonably priced.

CaU

JOHN DEWALD

THE HAYMAN COMPANY

569-5555

RESTAURANT. Seats, 60, low

rent. $16,000. Land Contract,

$6,500 down. 77^6278.

FOR^SALE¥y owner. 23x30

building, three offices. New

root and furnace. $22,500.

Parking. 15820 East Warren.

885-5524 or 527-6959.

GROSSE POINTE

KERCHEVAL

Commercial building for sale,

3000 sq. ft. divided into 4 retail

units. On-site parking

for 18 cars. 60* of frontage

next to popular restaurant.

$137,000. Terms.

•T.~.T tTC 2. * •>r*r*r\r Arm^o

885-2000

FOR SALE'OR LEASE

76 KERCHEVAL, on-the-Hill,

Two-story building, 20x100

with basemen!.

TOLES & ASSOCIATES

885-2000

APPROXIMATELY

square feet, rear of 1,300

20183

Ma ocin 11*?o fronf nritrance.

882-5420

12F—NORTHERN

PROPERTY

HARRISON /mr,A — i acre

converted school house

24x36, \k basement, 24x24'

garage, new well and pump,

stove heat. $18,000 cash.

8850033.

MICHAYWE - Excellent

wooded lot 492. Club house,

lakes, pools, ski, golf, tennis.

$7,900. 885-3286.

RETIRED OR

SEMi-RETIRED COUPLE

(Non-smokers) who would

like lovely free apartment

in Traverse City in return

for care of elderly lady. The

woman would prepare meals,

give minimal physical

assistance, administer 1

insulin shot a day and do

light housekeeping for a

salary. The man might be

asked locare for garden wi'ki

do some household chores.

The man could have an outside

job. Call T. Shilson,

259-4000 during business

hours.

CHARLEVOIX - Wooded

acre lot 300' from Lake

Michigan on Pa-ba-shan

Lane. Super location, water,

gas, paved road,

$17,000. 885-3286.

13—REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE

BUCKINGHAM h«tween

Mack and Warren, 2 bedroom

brick. Must sell, make

offer. 884-2559.

OPEN Sunday afternoon, 1248

Aline. Grosse Pointe Woods.

Many extras in this three

bedroom bungalow with

central air. larce rec-room.

163,900. 886-9317.

BYOWNER, MackOuter Dr.

Dutch Colonial. 3 bedroom

2% bath, fireplace. 2 car garage.

New furnace, roof,

fence, brick patio, insulation,

paint. 134,400.885-9840.

STrCLAIR SHORES-Chapoton

Woods (Marter and Jefferson),

3 bedroom, custom

brick, ltt baths, large lot

with trees. Owner. $55,000.

777-6129.

OPEN Sunday, noon - 3 p.m.

Sharp Condo! 12850 E.

McNichols, near Gratiot.

Excellent condition. Ideal

for newly weds or senior

couple. Beautiful. Roberts

developer. Immediate

occupancy. Must sell today!

521-0335, 526-5278.

Bungalow Cadieux —

Mack. 2 bedroom, attic, natural

fireplace, rec room,

garage, drive, only $26,000.

Owner, 294-4236.

5586 THREE Mile. Charming

-vbedroem colonial'. Fireplace,

appliances.: Pay less

than renting. $28,000, must

sell, open for offers. 371-

5604, 881-0747.

FARM Colonial — 3 bedrooms,

Vk baths, fireplace.

Land Contract. 778-5884.

GROSS^POINTE SHORES

Custom ranch, 3 bedroom,

fourth bedroom or library,

large family room, full

basement, secluded yard

with in-ground swimming

pool. $169,000. 884-2861.

WQODS — Family" room,

. bcaiii'.fy! kitchen, wood

deck, tasteful decor. High

50's. Grosse Pointe Real Estate

Co. 882-0087.

CHARMING Farm house in

city of Grosse Pointe. 3 bedrooms,

1 bath, living room,

dining room, family room, 2

car garage, convenient location

to Village shopping,

new roof, gutters, (1980),

hew carpeting, excellent

condition, $69,500. 882-1941.

BEAUTIFUL Contemporary

home. 645 Lakeshore. Owner

transferred. Call for appointment.

886-5137;

RIVARD — tremendous potential!

Spacious home near

Kercheval, needs work,

priced for fast sale! Grosse

Pointe Real Estate Co. 882-

0087.

HUNmNGTON ROAD

GROSSE POINTE

WOODS

Just listed this lovely 2 bedroom,

1 bath, and Florida

room, home. For the senior

citizen, walk to Mack bus.

Mack-Moross shopping and

Eastland, 5 minutes away.

Excellent starter home for

the young married couple.

$59,900. Call:

DON ORTH

721-0821 OR 294-9586

after 6 p.m.

CENTURY 21-TOWN

& COUNTRY v

THREEMiie-^Detroit, Tudor -

3 bedrooms, fireplace, garage,

$34,900. $5,500 assumes.

886-0657, 821-6833.

DEVONSHIRE-

MACK

2 family flat, well kept,

both units rented, excellent

cash flow and tax

shelter $43)000

BY OWNER 885-3277

WOODBRIDGE EAST

CONDO APARTMENT

Bedroom, 2 bath, carpeting,

drapes, all appliances,

air conditioned,

Community House, pool,

and security guard. For

sale by owner.

IT) OflAft

13-REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE

FARMS - 3 bedroom ranch,

family room, Land Contract

OK. Grosse Pointe Real Estate

Co. 832-0087.

35^7CADIEUX

2-3 bedroom Cape Cod, conveniently

located near

Mack. Move in condition.

Owner will consider lease

with option to purchase or

Land Contract financing.

885-8359.

YOU MUST see the gorgeous

interior of this classic center

entrance Colonial!

Tastefully decorated throughout

in the last two years,

it features four large bedrooms,

2% baths, 25x14 living

room with fireplace, library,

family room, dining

room, expansion third floor

and lots of storage! Two car

garage. Privacy fence.

Owner transferred.

886-2222 1149 AUDoBON

PWC¥REDUCEDTP^rk71

bedroom Bungalow wiMi

fireplace, totally renovated

interior, great investment

for starter home. Also for

rent - rent with option.

Grosse Pointe Real Estate

Co. 882-0087.

GROSSE Pointe Woods - 3

bedroom Bungalow, expansion

attic, ideal location,

family room, sharp decor,

beautiful yard. Open Sunday

2-5. 884-5684.

OPEN Sunday 2-5, top condition,

great price, 4 bedrooms,

Vfa baths, central

air, close the deal in time for

school. 1637 Blairmoor.

881-1301.

RANCH, Grosse Pointe

Shores, 3 bedrooms, 2 and 2

baths, first floor laundry,

large lot, all new features

plus decorating. 33 Shoreham.

Open Sunday 2-5. 882-

8575. '

BALFOUR SQUARE Condo -

Eastland area. 2 bedroom,

foyer, living room, formal

dining room, kitchen, all

appliances, 1 full, two ft

baths, fenced private patio,

finished basement, 2 carports,

air conditioned, purifier.

Excellent condition.

886-3839. C**n Sunday 1-4,

SHOREPOINTE Condominium,

prime area, 2 bed*

rooms, 2% baths, beautifully

landscaped court yard,

upgraded appliances, storage

area in carport, beautiful

lower level, furnished,

really must see to appreciate,

Open House Sunday.

12-5, or by appointment

only. 773-2341.

Pemb^rW^'MSSmSm 3

bedroom English Colonial, 2

fireplaces, family room

with wet bar, finished

basement, kitchen built-lns,

exceptional home at this

price".

STIEBER REALTY

775-4900

TO CLOSE ESTATE. 3 bedroom

brick ranch, partition

basement, central air, will

consider Land Contract

terms. Take keys at closing.

Reduced $9,000 for quick sale.

Featuring a larger 3 bedroom

Colonial with center

entrance. Formal dining off

kitchen. Walking distance

to Jacobsen's. Owners very

motivated, call us for a private

showing.

LOCHMOOR—Assume present

mortgage at 8%% on

this 3 bedroom brick ranch

with Florida room, central

air, 2 car detached garage

with door opener, Grosse

Pointe Schools.

CENTURY 21-UNIQUE

778-4900

CALL ANYTIME

WALKING DISTANCE

TO LAKE

Luxurious condo with 2 bedrooms

& 2 baths. Air conditioning,

clubhouse and pool.

Just reduced to $60,000.

(S807) Ask for Paula Ashley.

Schweitzer Real Estate.

777-4940.

MOROSS and Mack. Nice 2

bedroom, aluminum ranch

with Florida room and 2 car

garage. Mid 30's. A&suniable

Q% mortgage. 886-803'L

13—REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE

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13—REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE

1ST OFFERING - OPEN SUN. 2-5 P.M.

915 BRIARCLIFF

Clean Cape Cod — Priced under market at $133,000 — 4

bedrooms, 2% baths. Large living room. Formal dining

room. Large country kitchen with built-ins. Family

room with natural fireplace. Garage with door opener.

Finished basement, air conditioner, electronic air filter.

BY OWNER

WHY NOT CONSIDER

paTyrt

RENTiNC* YOUR PROPER7

AND

HAVE IT MANAGED

IT'S A GOOD MOVE!

DILLON

PROPERTY

MANAGEMENT

881-4147

LUXURY SOLID BRICK TWO-FLAT

Grosse Pointe City, near Jefferson. Three bedrooms

and two baths plus separate stall shower in each.

Large family or sunroom. Abundant lighted walkin

closets. Large living room with natural fireplaces.

Formal sized dining rooms plus delightful

breakfast rooms. Large kitchens with appliances.

Both carpeted throughout. Storms up and down.

Two porches in each. Separate entrances, each has

it's own stairway to basement giving privacy of

single home. Basements are separate, two new gas

furnaees. Recreation room. Large cedar closet.

Four car stucco on brick garage. Walk to private

park and beach with two swimming pools, also to

bus, schools and shopping. Ample space for gardening,

flowers, etc. Delightful setting. Sacrifice

$200,000. Broker owned. Possession available in

one month. Roof, eaves in excellent condition. Cutside

trim newly painted. 468-9866, ask for Rose.

'

ST. CLAIR SHORES • LAKEFRONT

UNIQUE 4-5 BEDROOM home with a beautiful view of

the lake. 140 feet of lake frontage. 12 ton monorail hoist

to boathouse. Many other exciting features,

CENTURY 21 AVID, INC. 778-8100

LAKE SI. CLAIR RESIDENCE

Beautiful Lake St. Clair home with 300' lake frontage.

Located in St. Cl»ir Shores, to Mila/Jefferson area.

4,200 sq. ft. Lot 185x125, attached boat house with

hoist. Spectacular 3 sided lake view. By owner.

For appointment call, 775-5043.

4 BEDROOM TUDOR WITH BUILD ABLE LOT

HOUSE

LOT

TOGETHER

OPEN SUNDAY 2-5

824-4584

$112,000.

$27,000

$135,000

435 FISHER ROAD

A house for all seasons. Charming cedar shake Cape Cod. A 1952

Bob Wood design. Center entrance. Slate foyer. Living room with large bay

window, custom built-in shelves and cupboards. Brick fireplace with slate

hearth. Kitchen modernised with new flooring, new counters, and custom cabinets.

Clean. Den/Dining Room with new carpeting. First floor lav. Large Florida

room with sliding windows/screens. Immaculate basement. New energy

efficient gas forced air furnace with humidifier and electronic precipitator.

Second floor has two ample bedrooms and large bathroom. Entire home tastefully

done in subtle colors.- East-West exposure makes every room cheery and

bright. Full three car garage. New landscaping in spacious front yard. Biick

front porch and private brick patio with established flower beds, ground covers,

specimen trees, and reflecting pool. Spectacular springtime show of bulbs and

tulip tree. Another private yard at rear of property with cut flower garden.

Stockade fence for privacy. Convenient location to 2 bus lines, schools, library,

and shopping. Municipal park privileges. A delight for the decorator, gardener,

and those who appreciate amenities not often found today. New roof and gutters.

EACCIICHI condition. Call 883-6^69 (OMPRI and 882-0415 (home). REDUCED, $109,000.

-Ul

13-REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE

13—REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE

ST. CLAIR SHORES

OPEN SUNDAY 1-6 P.M.

20541 YALE

Located 2 blocks south of 11 Mile, between Little Mack

and Princeton.

GRILLO custom built, 3 bedroom brick ranch with

aluminuin trim, attached garage 67x137 lot, new

energy efficient furnace, updated kitchen

appliances included, plus built-in Maytag dishwasher,

dining — Crystal chandelier, thermalpane

patio door wall. Paneled rec room in basement,

plus shower and lav, washer, dryer included,

many extras. Excellent condition, close to

transportation and schools, $59,900.

BY OWNER, CALL FOR APPOINTMENT 77M3S4 1

Utractjvf I' J story plus 2 1 t rar garage. Three

jbedrooms, slrtihg room, living room with fireplace.

»»ptinted kitchen, dining area, cedar closet. Move

in condition. Hv owner. Call 886-3652 after 6 p.m.

for appointment. No brokers, please-

4J9CHAMPINE PLACE

Three bedroom center entrance brick Colonial, 1 M» baths,

forma) dining room, family room, 2 natural fireplaces,

centra) air, 2 car garage, large lot on quiet street. $87,000.

BY OWNER 881-1036

PREMIER RIVERSIDE HOME

ST. CLAIR, MICHIGAN

Classic Georgian Colonial, well-maintained, fully decorated.

Large landscaped, terraced, river lot, with

sprinkler system. Spacious main room and formal dining

room, pegged oak plank and slate floors. 5 bedrooms,

5% baths, 5 fireplaces, knotty pine paneled den

and florida room. Large kitchen with breakfast nook.

Built in sub-zero freezer and refrigerator and new

appliances. Finished basement with fireplace, kitchen

and full bath. Two furnaces, new air conditioning and

air filters. Will consider Land Contract; serious inquiries

only.

L.C. REALTY 488-0895

53 WEBBER PLACE

Just seven houses from the lake, this beautiful two

story brick Colonial is located on one of Grosse Pointe

Shores loveliest streets. Entertaining is a pleasure in

this exquisitely decorated home. It is perfect for a

growing family.Amenities include Master suite with

his/her bath, dressing room/nursery, 5 additional bedrooms

(one on first floor), 6 baths, 3 half baths, dining

room, living room with fireplace, family room with

fireplace and parquet floors, Mutschler kitchen, breakfast

area, lav sink - lot's cabinets and counter space,

back stairs, marble foyer with winding stairs, finished

basement with fireplace and book shelves, mature

trees, professionally landscaped, brick walls and patio,

2 car garage, new roof and gutters, painted exterior

last year,

BY OWNER — APPOINTMENT ONLY

AFTER 3 P.M. — 885-3362

JOHN E. PIERCE & ASSOCIATES, INC.

884-4750

PRICE REDUCTIONS

222 Kenwood Court: This spacious four bedroom, 2Mt bath

home with family room, den and Vh attached garage,

has been REDUCED to $159,900, call for

appointment.

1292 Brys Dr.. Grosse Pointe Woods. Four bedrooms, 2

baths, family room, country kitchen, finished basement

and patio make this a great buy at $63,900.

1371 Devonshire, Grosse Pointe Park. Another fantastic

buy at $65,900. You would not expect to be able to buy

a home for this price on Devonshire, it is surrounded

by $80,000 homes, so you can't lose. Grab your paint

brush and hammer and give us a call.

1649 Brys Dr., Grosse Pointe Woods. How often can you

buy a home south of Mack in the Woods for LESS

than $50,000, not often, so pick-up the phone and come

see this one.

HI Lakeshore, Grosse Pointe Farms. This package, with

2 possible lots, as well as a beautiful home, is one of

very few left for this kind of development.

1159 S. Brys, Grosse Pointe Woods. The ranch you have

been looking for! Large rooms, large lot, kitchen with

built-ins, finished basement with offices bp.th A " rf

half, 2Vfe car attached garage. This one is Special.


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Thursday, July 21, 1983

13—REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE

GROSSE POINTE WOODS

FIRST OFFERING

River Road, 4 bedroom Quad

level, Hull and 2 half baths,

huge family room with wet

bar, central air.

BRYS — 3 bedroom ranch,

formal dining room, attached

garage finished

basement, $98,000.

HAMPTON — 521, 3 bedroom

ranch, Florida room, large

lot, $99,500.

W!l HOX REALTORS

884-3550

667-69 NEFF, Duplex, beautiful,

newly decorated, large

rooms, fireplace, dining

room, each unit 3 bedrooms,

kVi baths plus lavatory in

basement, new Formica

counters, linoleum, sinks,

furnaces, drives, roof, brick

garage near Village. Open

Sunday 2-4. 886-9899.

HARPER WOODS - JUST

LISTED. BEAUTIFUL

97x338 FOOT LOT, (7/8

ACRE), 20215 EASTWOOD,

4 BEDROOMS, 1% BATHS,

NATURAL FIREPLACE,

WET PLASTER, 2 CAP

OARAGE.ONLY % MILE

0FF 1-94. ASSUME 9V4%

WITH $25,000 DOWN. ONLY

$oS,8GG. CALL DIANA BAR-

TOLOTTA AT CENTURY

21-KEE. 751-6026.

INCOME^^ PROPERTIES

2, 3 and 4 units. Detroit and

suburbs. Tax shelter, Cash

flow. For an excellent investment

opportunity caii:

STIEBER REALTY

775-4900

HALF duplex by owner, 2 bedrooms,

Vk car garage.

MorossI-94. $22,500. 881-

1995.

FARMS - French Tudor - circular

staircase in tower, 5

bedrooms, 5 baths, sunken

living room, 264 Lewiston,

886-3445.

GROSSE Pointe Woods - 4

bedrooms, Vh baths, newer

Colonial, family room, 2 car

garage, newly decorated.

Many features. $113,000.

Evenings, 882-6975.

r^

13—REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE

TODAY'S BEST

BUYS

GROSSE POINTE

GROSSE POINTE PARK

NEW LISTING - 3 bedroom

bungalow, natural woodwork.

Deep lot, 2 car garage,

gas heat. Priced at

$38,500. Easy terms.

GROSSE POINTE PARK

NOTTINGHAM — 3 bedroom

single, side drive, 2 car ga-

V i\ i * O \\r\%*c*> r\ n /-» w» n A s\"\ >-\ A

very sharp! Near schools

and shopping, $45,000 price

reduced. Easy terms.

^GROSSE POINTE CITY

3 tsEuROOM brick side drive,

2 car garage, gas heal, deep

lot. Buy of the week! $62,500.

Easy terms.

GROSSE POINTE PARK

Handyman special, 5-5 income.

Gas heat, new electrical

system, some repairs

completed. To be sold as is.

Land Contract terms to

qualified buyer. Priced

$32,500 or offer.

DETROIT

NEW LISTING - Far Eastside

- one bedroom co-op

apartment. Idea! for retiree

or single person. Only

$14,000 cash. Full price.

Maintenance cost approximately

$96.80 a month. Excellent

buy!

CROWN REALTY

821-6500

TOM MCDONALD & SONS

3rd GENERATION

IN THE Woods. SavtTon

commission, just reduced. 3

bedroom brick ranch. All

appliances. Assume 8%%

Land Contract or new

mortgage. $86,900. Must

sell. Call after 5 p.m. 348-

9278.

$5f866^0WN~

Grosse Pointe. Detroit, Harper

Woods, single, two family

houses.

8864)657

1396 BRYS DRIVE

GROSSE POINTE WOODS

NEW Listing - lovely Colonial

Condominium, 625 Notre

Dame. First floor, 2 bedrooms,

air, near buses, Village.

Shown by appointment.

881-7937.

Large Bungalow with formal dining room, family room,

all brick garage. Custom drapes and carpet. $58,500.

Transferred, must sell.

OPEN SUNDAY 2-5 OWNER, 884-9357, 884-2297

559 BALLANTYNE ROAD

GROSSE POINTE SHORES

Spacious Tri-level, 3 bedroom?, j3 bath$. Large family

, _rgqm leads^to sijglwBjMiUjjy^ ,

schools, Home hastODe seento De appreciated.

BY OWNER ', 881-2747

2061KENMORE, WOODS

3 bedroom, 1% bath Bungalow. All new kitchen, bathroom,

carpeting, drapes, inside paint and wallpaper. 2 car

garage. Must see. Will sacrifice, all offers considered.

BY OWNER 881 -8822

597 HEATHER LANE

4 bedrooms, 2 l /k baths, family room, games room, dining

room, pool, 104 ft. lot, sunken patio, mint condition.

Tri-level, custom built 1965,

GOMPERS, COUILLARD & WOLFE, INC.

779-5100

1221 FAIRHOLME ROAD

GROSSE POINTE WOODS

PRIME LOCATION newly decorated four bedroom,

2Vi bath Cape Cod. Formal dining room, large

new kitchen with built-ins, 2 car attached garage,

central air, sprinkler system.

10% Land Contract - Terms - Immediate Occupancy

By Appointment - Owner - 465-1360

8 to 5 Weekdays

OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 925 BARRINGTON

GROSSE POINTE PARK

Colonial, 4 large bedrooms, master bedroom on main

floor, large living room, formal dining room, large

kitchen with family room, 3 baths, entire house remodeled.

Land Contract terms available. $97,500.

Must see to appreciate, call between 8 a.m.-8 p.m.

823-5971. By Owner.

437 MORAN - FARMS

$69,900, priced below all commercial appraisals because

we want to sell NOW. Tudor style, large kitchen with

eating area, 3 bedrooms, 1% baths, paneled den,

lovely paneled rec. room, natural fireplace, 2 car

garage. Although much of the house has been redecorated

recently, we will either make price adjustment

or redecorate remaining problem areas if the buyer

is not satisfied with the remainder of the house. Principals

only, by appointment please. 885-6086,885-0244.

680 HOLLYWOOD

GROSSE POINTE WOODS

1V& story brick bungalow, 4 bedrooms, Vk baths, living

room with natural fireplace, large updated

kitchen, family room, formal dining room, finished

rec. room witl. wet bar, central air, gas heat,

sprinkler system, Vk car garage, 2,550 square

feet comer lot, beautifully landscaped, circular

drive, 3 schools within l k mile. Land Contract

terms available. Immediate occupancy.

;>Y APPOINTMENT - NO BROKERS - OWNER

886-3456

847 UNIVERSITY PLACE

GROSSE POINTE CITY

Three bedrooms with hardwood floors, brick Pennsylvania

Dutch. Vk baths, living room with natural fireplace

and trim, dining room and sun-room combination.

Beautiful beveled glass doors todining room and

foyer, finished basement and wall maintained yard,

separate 1 car garage. Priced to sell in low "80"s.

9Vx7c Assumable Loan Available.

RV APPOINTMENT - OWNER - 382-1277

AFTER 6 P.M.

15—REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE

EXCEPTIONAL

CONDOMINIUM

Gorgeous 4 bedroom Mini-

Mansion. Prime location, 14

Mile-Hoover area, across

from Maple Lane Golf.

Lovely decor, Vk baths,

formal dining, large kitchen,

first floor laundry,

basement rec. room, bar, 2

car attached garage. Shown

by appointment.

CALL GIL WITTENBERG

CENTURY 21, AVID, INC.

778-8100

If not in, leave your number

1008 BISHOP Road - Beautiful

English Manor house plus

Carriage house on one acre.

$205,000,15% down, balance

on Land Contract at n%.

886-0084.

NEW waterfront one and two

bedroom condomoniums.

Appliances and choice of

carpeting included. From

$38,900 (boatwell $3,500 extra).

REAL ESTATE MARKET

445-1300

FOUR bedroom Colonial, St.

Clair Shores. Near lake,

2,600 square feet, air, 9%

possible. 777-5439.

PRICE reduced - Gorgeous

custom English Tudor, 4

bedrooms, paneled den, l x k

baths, 2 fireplaces, family

room in professionally finished

basement, attached 2

car garage, central air,

alarm system. Immaculate!

Assumable 10V4%.

Grosse Pointe Park. 885-

5508.

BY OWNER - 3 bedroom ranch,

2 car garage, all appliances.

18763 Woodcrest.

Open house Saturday, 12-5

p.m.

FIRSf OFFERING

HARPER WOODS

Old Homestead, beautiful 3

bedroom brick, family

room, Vk baths, attached

garage, large beautifully

treed lot. All this for only

$61,900.

STIEBER REALTY

775-4900

BY Owner - 4105-4107 Woodhall.

Two family flat, 5-5,

near Ram's Horn Restaurant.

Clean, airy, upper carpeted,

separate basements.

Up to code. Generates good

income. $44,500 cash. 885-

1508, 886-2689.

OPEN SUNDAY

July 24th, 2-5 p.m. 1336 Whittier,

Grosse Pointe Park.

Beautiful 3 bedroom English

Tudor, completely up-*

' dated, high efficiency cen-,

tral air conditioning.

$108,900. 885-8359

EAST DETROIT"— "Prime

area, 3 bedroom brick

ranch, 2 l k car garage, fireplace,

finished basement,

wet bar, appliances. Mortgage

Assumable or Blend

Rate. $54,900. Call after 5

p.m. 774-6396.

GROSSE POINTE PARK,

Bedford, all brick custom

Colonial, two natural fireplaces,

3 or 4 bedrooms,

formal dining room, panelled

den, full basement,

panelled recreation room,

large brick patio, with extra

lot. Call owner for appointment.

886-5006. _

CLINTON" TOWNSHIP —

Schultz Estates, 19 Mile and

Garfield. Condo — lower, 2

bedrooms and den, 2 baths,

all appliances, carpeting

and drapes, blinds, cabinets

in basement, central air,

automatic air cleaner, Vk

years old. Must sell. $61,500.

263-9389.

LOVELY Sunset PlazaTJefferson

- 11 Mile, 2 bedroom

lower condo, air, pool, terrace,

carport, Semta bus.

771-4055.

8 MILE — GRATIOT, 14072

Carlisle. Brick, 3 bedroom,

2 car garage, country

kitchen, $39,500, after 5 p.m.

371-2126.

HAYES north of Outer Drive

area, outstanding 3 bedroom

brick bungalow, natural

fireplace in living

room. Garage. FHA and VA

Terms. $30,900. Owner

motivated.

HARPER - Cadieux area, 2

bedroom brick with family

room and Florida room, garage.

FHA-VA Terms.

$27,900. Owner anxious.

GROSSE POINTE PARK, 4

bedroom brick Colonial, 2 l k

baths, dining room, family

room, living room with fireplace,

den, 2 car attached

garage. $139,900.

Ask for Dorothea

J.M. FIELD REALTY

771-8222

St. CLAIR SHORES - 11

Mile-Harper, 3 bedroom

brick ranch, Vk baths, 2%

garage, now roof, trim,

bath, extras, finished

basement. 5%% assumption,

owner 775-2373; 778-

0120.

OLDTOWN - Harper-Cadieux

area. By owner, 3 bedroom

brick ranch, natural fireplace,

hardwood floors,

garage, newly decorated,

inspected and appraised.

371-2219, 881-2431.

BY Owner. Harper Woods.

Reduced to $56,900. 3 bed-'

room brick bungalow corner

lot. 884-0892.

GROSSE POlNTfc NEWS Page Nine-C

L< P M V 1

ncML c inn.

FOR SALE

OWNER must sell! Outer

Drive - McNichols area.

Brick Bungalow, aluminum

trim, 2 car garage, Vk

baths, formal dining room,

finished basement, Florida

room, more. VA-FHA approved.

Priced in the $

Open Saturday and Sunday,

noon-4 p.m. And by appointment.

527-6026.

BY OWNER. Charming wood

frame home. Grosse Pointe

Woods. 3 bedrooms, appliances.

All for $46,500. Must

sell, 2080 Hollywood or call

775-3619.

SUNNINGDALET- Beautiful,

private grounds surrounds

this immaculate Cape Cod

complete with 5 bedrooms, 4

full baths. Grosse Pointe

Real Estate Co., 882-0087.

HARPER Woods - brick Bungalow.

3 bedrooms, 2 car

garage. Reasonable. 881-

1110 evenings.

FARMS DUPLEX - Most unique

6/6 on Grosse Pointe

Boulevard. Call now for details!

Grosse Pointe Real

Estate Co. 882-0087.

12 MILE - 1-94. 3 bedroom

brick ranch. Finished

basement, inground pool,

cabana house with half

bath, covered patio. $55,900.

REAL ESTATE MARKET

445-1300

ST. CLAIR — 3 bedroom brick

ranch, 10 acres, family

room, with fireplace, covered

patio, full finished

basement, attached garage.

RICHMOND — Brick and

aluminum Cape Cod on 6

acres with pond, 4 bedrooms,

family room with

fireplace, full basement

with rec-room and full wall

fireplace. Assumable long

term Land Contract.

MARINE CITY — 80 acre es

tate. Large 2 story home

with 3 bedrooms, dining

room and fireplace in liv

ingroom. Ful! basement,!*

large barns, frontage on 3

roads. Possible split of

property, Land Contract

Terms.

ST. CLAIR — Farmhouse on

52 acres, 7 bedrooms, dining

room, 2 baths, partially remodeled,

several out-buildings,

2 road frontages. Possible

split of property.

MARINE CITY — 2 bedroom

ranch on 40 tillable acres, 4

barns, orchard, all in good

condition. Possible split of

property. Land Contract

JOACHIM REALTY,

329-9037

HOME

UWNfcHS

All Violations Corrected Before

And After Closing.

MR. MADURSKI

881-5105 8:30-5:00

HARPER Woods, Grosse

Pointe schools, 20831 Norwood,

three bedroom brick,

Vk story Bungalow, newly

decorated, natural fireplace,

Vk car garage, many

other features, priced to

sell. First time offered.

Above a w e ra « rp condition.

881-7930. °

3"BEDROOM "bTick^and

aluminum ranch, Algonac.

Fireplace, carpeted, large

utility room, two car attached

garage. By owner,

1-794-9541.

GROSSE POINTE WOODS, 3

bedroom house, Vk car garage.

Land Contract.

$39,900, with $10,000 down.

886-477S.

HARPER WOOlDS^ungalow

•--- 4 bedroom, no-wax floors,

new carpeting and water

heater. Owner 882-0497.

OPEN"*SUNDAY~MT 13 65

Whittier. Come and see a

quality home, ideal for family

living. 4 bedrooms, 2 l k

baths. Den, family room

and more. By owner. 882-

7960.

2i66BEAUFAIT'. 3 bedroom, 2

bath in the Woods. 2 car

garage, new full length

deck, completely redecorated.

$69,500. Call, 885-2961

for appointment.

GROSSE! ToiNfE^Voods",

1325 Brys. Sharp 3-bedroom

brick bungalow, definitely

worth seeing. Two car garage,

updated kitchen and

bath, newer furnace, roof

and driveway, carpeted

throughout, finished basement.

Recently reduced to

$57,900. Open Sunday, 2-5

p.m. or call 885-6426 for appointment.

No brokers.

WOODBRIDGE Easttownhouse

St. Clair Shores, 2

bedrooms, 1 full bath, two l k

baths. Adult community,

spacious patio, central air,

owner transferring to west

coast. Must sell. Call 778-

2109 Monday-Friday, between

9-5 p.m.

ROYAL OAK INCOME

Good cash flow, $58,500. Q^iet

neighborhood, prime location.

839-8854

HARPER WOODS Condo l

bedroom, appliances, storage,

low maintenance. Im-'

mediate occupancy. 886-

13—RFAI_PSTATF

FOR SALE

HARPER WOODS

Brick bungalow. Grosse

Pointe schools. Living

room, formal dining room, 2

hedrooms. expansion attic

partially finished, garage,

fireplace, clean and newly

decorated. 882-7787.

MACK-Warren area — secluded

park like setting,

dining room, family room,

professional decor, new deluxe

carpet, 2 car garage.

Home warranty $28,850

(866).

Earl Keim,'Macomb 754-4880

MOROSS — BeaconsfieJd

area. Nicely decorated 5

room starter home, bordering

Harper Weed? Priced

right at $33,000 19743 Mc-

Cormick. Please call 372-

5464.

FINE Area/Morang — Nottingham,

owner transferred,

company absorbs loss appraised

$29,800, best offer

over $21,000.2 bedroom custom

ranch. Large lot, modern

kitchen, marble fireplace,

more! 841-4181.

HISTORIC Centennial home in

Lexington. Ful! brick, 2 family

features 3 bedrooms in

each unit, only 4 doors from

Lake Huron. Owners unit

tastefully remodeled. Beautiful

for retirement and-or

tax shelter.

Earl Keim Realty

Ask for Bob 774-8300

BYAf^OINTMEJSlf

16350 MACK

GROSSE POINTE PARK

3 bedroom plus brick Colonial.

Possible doctor's office with

great traffic fiow. Has

treatment room, family

room, all aluminum trim.

Home shows very well.

Flexible Land Contract

terms available.

EARL KEIM

METRO DETROIT

526-3990

3484 BERKSHIRE - Charming,

story-book mini-Tudor

on one of Detroit's finer

streets. 2 bedroom, l^bath,

living room, dining room,

den, natural fireplace, new

kitchen, alarm system,

completely redecorated and

landscaped. 385-2944.

HOMEOWNERS: Consider

these examples of insurance

protection on your

home. Only $167 per year for

$60,000. $218 for $80,000. $293

for $100,000. Thomas Insurance

Agency. Eastiand Center.

881-2376.

HARPER Woods - 20243

,, Lochmopr. Sharp, newly

decorated, 3 bedroom, central

air. Immediate occupancy.

882-9524.

13A—LOTS

FOR SALE

GROSSE POINTE SHORES

near the Lake

100 ft. frontage

L/C Terms

PALMS-QUEEN

886-4444

GROSSE POINTE PARK -

Size 105x85, corner of Cadieux

and Jefferson. 886-3598.

% ACRE corner lot. Must see

to settle estate, Chesterfield

Township. 758-5979.

80 x 120 PRIME Commercial

lot on old 8 Mile across from

Eastland. Will build to suit.

Call Schultes Real Estate,

881-8900.

PREMIUM LOT in Rose Terrace.

Last lot available on

the water. 106' x 114'. Schultes

Real Estate — 881-8900.

SOUTH of Jefferson — 139x65.

Unique site, $27,000. 824-

4584.

t6D—ADOPT

A Pfci

«*~

13A-LOTS

FOR SALE

LOOK OUT over Grosse.

Pointe from Merriweather

Hill —75x169. 882-1400. '

grosse pointe woods: 42x175.

70x250 sprawly deep, city,

commercial, anne parker.

tu 5-4415.

IN THE"PARK"

Large lot, Audubon near Jefferson,

brick garage. Land

Contract terms,

WEISS REALTY — 882-5900

14—REAL ESTATE

WANTED

CASH FOR HOMES

SERVING AREA 45 YEARS

SliEBER REALTY

775-4900

15—BUSINESS

OPPORTUNITIES

PROMINENT Fashion - Cosmetics

firm — seeking serious

minded woman. Selfstarter.

Success oriented,

enjoys people, likes money.

By appointment only.

Phone Stephanie 881-0729,

9-11:30 a.m., 1 p.m.-6 p.m.

HONDA

Motorcycle dealership, established

14 years in eastside

suburban location, exclusive

franchise for sales and

service', excellent opportunity,

owner moving. $150,000

down.

BOWER, ELKINS & ASSOC.

574-1730

MARINA Port Huron, 3 acres,

3 rental units, 36 wells, gas,

beer, canoes, hoist, $60,000 ;

down. 882-4132.

16—PETS

FOR SALE

FREE to good home, 2 Siamese

cats (Lilac point

male, chocolate point female),

1 and 2 years old.

Neutered, spayed, front

claws removed, good house

pet. 886-5650 after 6 p.m.

LONG haired cats, Angora,

black, tiger, short white,

cross Siamese kittens. 923-

0548.

BEAUTIFUL Shepherd

puppy - 5 months, female.

Has shots, very companionable.

885-2026.

THREE GREY Tabby kittens,

12 weeks old. Free to

good homes. 884-4805 after 2

p.m.

ifSi'npM T>v"T»OTK ,, wir'n

Meadowpond background, 8

males, 4 females, whelped

7-12-83. Deposits taken.

886-3638.

CALICO CAT — 2 years,

spayed, free to GOOD

home, 881-8658 evenings.

FREE black short-haired

male kitten. Litter trained

and first shots. 884-9666,

after 3 p.m.

if you lose me

or find me . . .

We'll run your ad

FREE!!

882-6900

Anti-Cruelty

Association

13569 Joseph Gampau

Hamtrarnck

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

K A An ri ^i v

^i PLEASE ADOPT!

No afier hours help as yet. Veterinarian 5 days,

1/2 day Sat, We keep dogs as long as possible.

Financed only by donations Remember animals

in youii will toot

Volunteer help wanted. Pet food and car,

labels welcomed. For information call Mary,

891-7188

The Oakland Humane

Society

located in .,&>#

Wayne County

is a non profit, privately

j^m

funded by donation humane society, fostering a

NO-DESTROY policy, has many homeless dogs

and cats for adoption,

The Shelter is located at 19601 Mi. Elliott, near 7 Mile

Road, Detroit, 48234. Phone 892-7822, Hours 11:00

a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

l^< SEVEN DAYS A WF : FK.

.*£| Donations Welcome. Cat

y- and Dog food coupons

|V; )> helpful. Volunteers are

*$$!&•,' solicited.

Thank you for helping thor><

who can not help themselves!

&

16—PETS

run SALE

ANIMAL HOSPITAL

Attention cat iovers! Please

make seme room for our

very affectionate neutered,

declawed, black-white male

cat. He's been caged for

such a »wi*g time and we feel

so sorry for him, he needs

some love! Please call, 882-

8660.

TWO free kittens. One is black

and white, the other is gray

and white. 864-5163.

T 1 * A Cy A *.«-, ~.

A V r» win.

pies, 9 weeks, shots, adorabie

males, champion

bloodline, 772-7199.

OLD ENGLISH Sheepdog

pups, 7 weeks old. First

shots and wormed. $150.

881-7067.

BOXER PUPSTFTashyVAKC,

shots, wormed, papers.

Serious inquiries only! 759-

4156.

WEIMARANER Puppies,

AKC, when you care to buy

the very best. 885-4495.

20-GENERAL

SERVICE

LICENSED - INSURED

BUILDER

brick patios, brick walkways,

brick driveways,

also additions. CITY OF

GROSSE POINTE RE­

FERENCES. 35 years experience.

^772^3223.

O.N.G CONSTRUCTION CO.

Masonry repairs, chimneys,

patios, porches. Specializing'

in Fieldstone fireplaces. Licensed.

839-9459.

HANDYMAN with truck.

Clean basements, garages,

etc. Any hauling, odd jobs.

Bob • 885-6227.

— ^ _ t _ , , . , . .i i . . . i .

FENCE - NO JOB too small.

Any type. Install, repair.

Wood Specialists. Free estimate.

772-5009.

SlPRING Clean-ups. Complete

home maintenance (inside

and out). Reasonable, references.

Rick, 839-7003.

20A—CARPET

LAYING

CARPET LAYING

NEW AND OLD

Stairs Carpeted Shifted

Repairs of All Types

ALSO

CARPETING, VINYL

HARDWOOD

Samples x ot»r Shown A*C*»«*** in

BOBTRUDEL

774-7590 days, 294-5898 eves

JERRY'S CARPET

SERVICE

Installation — Repairs, ail

kinds. In-home sales.

Warehouse prices. Over 20

years exoenence.

776-3604

20B—REFRIGERATION

AND AiR

CONDITIONING

REPAIR

RICHIES appliance service

center. Service on ail major

appliances, 100% guarantee.

8854079.

CENTRAL Air conditioning

service. Flat fee, $45, includes

cleaninff-charsinR

unit. No service fee. Residential

only. 681-6842.

20C—CHIMNEY AND

FIREPLACE

REPAIR

FIREPLACE, wood stoves,

oil flue cleaning. Caps and

screens installed. Insured,

no mess, Professional Master

Sweep. Coachlight

Chimney Sweep Company.

885-3733.

PRECISION Chimney repair.

All types of repair work

done. All work guaranteed.

Steve, 824-8576, Tom, 885-

6991.

20E—INSULATION

INSULATION

Blown-in

Attics & Sidewalls

Free Energy Audits

0% UTILITY FINANCING

Toxic Foam Extraction

Formaldehyde Testing

ALL POINTES CONST. CO.

20F—WASHER AND

DRYER REPAIR

RICHIE'S Appliance Service

Center - Service on ail major

appliances. 10O% guarantee.

We have a complete line

of new and used parts. 885-

0079.

FOR"

CLASSIFIED ADS

CALL 882-6900

WB—REFRIGERATrON

AND AiR CONCH*

TtONINQ REPAIR

HAYES HEATING*

AIR CONDITIONING

SALES - SERVICE -

INSTALLATION

LICENSED INSURED

775-0479

20F~WASHER AND

umen ncrnm

Ltl utOH^t uu i<

Washer, dryer, dishwashei

and ranges repaired. All

makes. NO SERVICE

CHARGE if repaired. Guaranteed

parts and service.

Specializing in GE, Kenmore

and Whirlpool products.

PERSONALIZED

SERVICE SINCE 1965

George Stults

885-1762

20H—FLOOR

SANDING

PROFESSIONAL Floor Sanding

and finishing. Specializing

in dark staining. Call for

free estimate. W. Abraham,

979-3502^ _

GT> FLOORca

Floor sanding professionally

done. Dark staining and finishing.

All work guaranteed.

Free estimates. References,

885-0257

KBLM

Floor sanding, refinishing, old

floors a specialty. Expert

in stain. 535-7256.

FLOOR: SAWINGT shilling.

Free estimates, workmanship

guaranteed, call Jim

Hicks. 382-5323.

21-MOVING ~

RELIABLE POINTE resident

with truck will move large or

small quantities.

INSURED

Bob 882-1968

NEED ^SOMETHING moved,

delivered or disposed of?

Two Pointe residents will

move or remove large or

small quantities of furniture,

appliances, pianos — or

what have you. Call for free

estimates. Call John Steininger,

343-0481 or 822-2206.

P.S. Others may copy our ad

but never our price, experience

or style.

MCCALLUSTMOVING" company.

Modern track and

equipment. Established in

1918 — Fully insured. Also,

piano specialists. 776-7898.

PROFESSIONAL movers - 5

years experience, call for

free estimates. Low rates.

521-9025.

21 A—PIANO

SERVICE

PIANO TUNING and repairing.

Work guaranteed.

Momhw AFM £riwarri Fe'ske.

46S6358. '

PIANO SERVICES — Tuning

and repair. Qualified technician.

Flexible hours. Reasonable

rates. 881-8276.

- —..-..i

REPAIR — REFINISHING

European Master Technician

40 Yrs. Exp. Free Est.

TELEPHONE: 832-6721

COMPLETE PIANO service.

Tuning, rebuilding, refinishing.

Member Piano Technicians

Guild. ZechBossner.

731-7707.

21B—SEWING

MACHINE'

COMPLETE tune-up, $12.95.

All makes, all ages. All

parts stocked: 885-7437.

2lC-ELECTRrCAL

SERVICE

COLVIUE

ELECTRIC CO.

Ranges, Dryers, Services,

Doorbells.

VIOLATIONS

FAST EMERGENCY

SERVICE

774-9110

RETIRED MASTER electrician.

Licensed. Violations.

Services increased. Also

small jobs. TU 5-2368. _

WADE'S ELECTRIC

COMPANY,

iNCOHPORATED

FAST 24 HOUR

SERVICE

*IM4M0_

STRUCTURAL

VIOLATIONS

881-5105 8:30-5:00

ELECTRICAL work — small

or large jobs — violations

corrected — permits — free

estimates — Ron Doran

881-0748—7 days.

S k J ELECTRIC

Residential-Commercial

No Job Too Small

885-2930

ELECTRICAL work by licensed,

insured contractor.

Free estimates. 881-9751.

21C—ELECTRICAL

SERVICE

LtCENSED

ELECTRICAL

CONTRACTOR

Highest quality — Lowest

prices. Free estimates.

MASTER ELECTRIC

978-7825 or 879-9518


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2iD—TV AND

HAtiiq REPAIR

COLOR TV, HI-FI, STEREO

885-6264

ANTENNAS

AM J ELECTRONICS

TV, stereo, sales and service.

JVee estimates. Panasonic,

loshiba. Authorized service,

20649 Mack, Grosse

Pointe Woods. Monday-Friday,

1.0-8, Saturday, 10-6.

«""2-o540.

21E^

STORMS AND

SCREENS

EASTVIEW

Al

«L-UMINt uM INC.

17008 MACK

Nil. CADIEUX

Grosse Pointe Park

Glass-screen repair, siding,

storms, trim, roofing, gutters

wrought iron, (vinyl

881-1060 or 527-5616

FREE ESTIMATES '

ALUMINIUM DOORS AND

WINDOWS, SCREENS

REPAIRED, FREE PIC­

KUP AND DELIVERY,

DOORWALLS, PORCH

ENCLOSURES. FRED'S

STORM, 839-4311. EVEN­

ING CALLS WELCOME.

21F—HOME

IMPROVEMENT

K BUILDING CO.

D.C. KELLY BUILDER

• Quality Remodeling

• Anderson Replacement -

Windows & Doors.

• Auditions of all types

• Custom Garages

882-3463

LICENSED & INSURED

UNO'S

REMODELING

Kitchens • Bathrooms •

Basements • Family

Rooms • Repairs • Specializing

in Cabinet Refacing

• Custom Cabinets

* Free Estimates.

DAVE ,882-8809 OR 884-0713

JOANNA WESTERN

WINDOW SHADES

PAtNT, SHUTTERS, BUNDS

KAUFMANN

STORM DOORS AND 1VIN00WS

f GRA ^ TOP

SALES AND SERVICE

15011 KCRCHEVAL

Em ol All*r • (n tht Park

TU S-tOOO

,L

—J

21F—HOME

IMPHUVtMtNl

M.U. SCHUSTER CO.

THE HOUSE MECHANIC

HOME REPAIRS

• Carpentry

• Painting

• Minor Plumbing

• Minor Electrical

CRAFTED

• Kitchens

• Rec. Rooms

• Rfith rooms

• Additions

• Porch Conversions

REMODELING

MODERNIZATION

ALL WORK PERSONALLY

PERFORMED

MIKE SCHUSTER, 882-4325

FREE ESTIMAXES

LICENSED & INSURED

ROWL

CARPENTRY

Kitchens, Bathrooms

Finished Basements

Trim Mouldings

General Home Repairs

QUALITY WORKMANSHIP

AT REASONABLE RATES

521-5589 839-9307

CALANDRA "

CONSTRUCTION

• Garage raising & framing

• Cement driveways

• Porches, tuck pointing

Quality in material and workmanship.

Licensed & Insured

293-4080

776-5096

REMODELING

SPECIALISTS

Addition- • I innnrr

" K'lU'hrn^ f Britr**-

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210-CEMENTAND

BRrCK WOfiK

PORCHES, PATIOS —New or

iebuilt, tuck pointing, brick

replacement, caulking.,

po nt sealer with HI-TEX

ch mney repairs and rebuilt.

Basement waterproofing.

Over 31 years experience.

Donald McEachern. 526-

5646^

BRICK WORK

TUCK POINTING

PORCHES AND CHIMNEYS

REBUILT AND REPAIRS

CAULKING

ADVANCE MAINTENANCE'

17319 EAST WARREN

884-9512

rV Q ft CEMENT

CONTRACTORS

All types of cement work.

New and repairs

free estimates.

839-8123 772-1648

FRANK'S CEMENT

• Driveways • Patios

• Garage Floors • Steps

• Commercial Floors.

Good quality work. Reasonable.

References.

776-5169- 776-5525

" ^JACK WILLIAMS

I

GENERAL CONTRACTOR

CONCRETE&BRICK WORK

•DRIVEWAYS .PORCHES

•PATIOS«STEPS»ETC.

835-0602

T&M

CONSTRUCTION

CEMENT CONTRACTOR

• Cement work, all kinds

• Porches-block-step work

• Basement waterproofing

Guaranteed

REASONABLE PRICES

774-4896 343-0528

R.L/feTREMERSCH

CEMENT CONTRACTOR

Cement

Driveways

Patios

Brickwork

Basement Waterproofing

Steps

Tuck Pointing

Custom Wood Decks

Free Estimates

SPECIAL ON

SMALL JOBS AND

REPAIR WORK

884-7139

-RYART"

CONSTRUCTION

Cement and Block Work

Drives - Patios - Floors

Porches - Walks

Garages built cr raised

I Free Estimates, Professional

Work. Licensed and Insured.

H|f- 778^571 '469^694

GRAZIO *

CONSTRUCTION

• Cement drives, floors,

patios.

• Old garages raised and renewed.

• New garage doors and reframing.

• New garages built.

Family operated since 1962

Licensed and Insured

774-3020 772-1771

CAPIZZO CONST.

ALL TYPES OF

CEMENT, BRICK AND

BLOCK WORK

LICENSED INSURED

TONY 885-0612

ANDY'S MASONRY AND

CHIMNEY REPAIR

All masonry, brick, water

proofing repairs. Specializ

ing in tuck pointing and

small jobs. Licensed, insured.

Reasonable. Free es

timates. 881-0505.

FKEA& SON "

CONSTRUCTION INC.

ALL TYPES OF

Garages and Modernization

Licensed and Insured

Over 30 Years Experience

372-7191 772-7191

MIKE GEISER

CEMENT

CONTRACTOR

WATERPROOFING

DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS,

WALKS, STEPS,

TUCK POINTING

NO JOB TOO SMALL

FREE ESTIMATES

881-6000

TESTA CEMENT

COMPANY, INC,

SERVING THE POINTES

FOR 36 YEARS

(Driveways, Garage Floors,

patios, porches.

STATE LIC. 18560 INSURED

I BOB TESTA «»i-10lfi

! FREE ESTIMATES

BETON CONST.

• All types of cement work.

• Brick, block stone

• Porches-Patios, new and

repair

• Tuck pointing, chimney repair

• Violation'repairs

• State licensed, call anytime

7710707

NINO CEMENT

• Driveways

• Porches • Block

• Steps • Patios

• Brick • Additions

Free Estimates

C07„0Q0«

210—CEMENT AND

BRICK WORK

CHAS. F. JEFFREY

MASON CONTRACTOR

LICENSED - INSURED

• Brick • Block • Stone

• Cement Work

• Waterproofing

• Tuck Pointing

• Patios of any kind

PORCHES AND ALL BRICK

WORK A SPECIALTY

882-1800

BRICK, stone, block, concrete,

brick patios, chimneys,

fireplaces. De Sender,

822-1201.

21P—WATER

PROOFING

JACK WILLIAMS

WATERPROOFING

and WALL REPAIR

•PROPER METHODS OF

WATERPROOFING ONLY

•PROPER METHODS OF

WATER PROOFING ONLY

•BUCKLED BASEMENT

WALL REPAIRED —

STRAIGHTENED AND

BRACED

•NO INJURY TO LAWNS

AND SHRUBS

•ALL TYPES OF CON­

CRETE WORK AND

BRICK REPAIR

•14 YEARS EXPERIENCE

IN POINTES

A ALL WORK GUARN-

TEED (WRITTEN FREE

ESTIMATES)

885-0602

If no answer call after 3:00 '

J.W, KLEINER

Basement waterproofing

All work guaranteed

LICENSED

TU 2-0717

WATERPROOFING.

Licensed. Insured. References.

Guaranteed. Get our

price last. 293-6130.

"CAPiSo^CONStT"

BASEMENT WATER­

PROOFING

10 YEAR GUARANTEE

LICENSED INSURED

TONY 885-0612

CHARLES F.JEFFREY

882-1800

• Basement Waterproofing

• Underpin footings

• Cracked or caved-in walls

• 10 year guarantee

Licensed Insured

I ex M

CONSTRUCTION

Basement waterproofing

10 year guarantee

Insured

'Q74-4&96 Mrtri 17J.7

21X—DRAPERIES

CUSTOM DRAPERIES —

Quality work, reasonable

pi lees. Wide selections of fabrics.

AH hems hand sewn.

978-2691.

21Z—LANDSCAPING

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»»N^WL-»i_rv»ii-» ii!L.i_0

GROUNDS MAINTENANCE

AND LANDSCAPING

— Spring clean ups

— Power raking

— Lawn cutting

— Fertilizing

— Shrubbery trimming,

pruning

— Weeding and

cultivating

— Seeding and sodding

— Planting flowers, trees,

shrubs and all other

garden work done.

Residential and

Commercial

Insured and Licensed

CALL TOM "TOGGER

EVENINGS 286-4667

MAC'S

SPRING CLEAN-UP

Complete yard work, shrub

and tree trimming, etc.

Reasonable rates, quality

service. Call Tom.

7764429 or 882-0195

fTHREE'c's

-LANDSCAPING

Dcsmn in'(itirrl«'i)inu

Spi>cwilisi>

* ( omn)i»rcuil & Ro^nU.'iitt.tl

I,awn and G.inlrn

* (icncral Cleanup —

'** Power K.ikmi;

• Top Soil, Kami. I Vai

.* Kerttlr/int! *

* TroeKomovai.and Repa" - -,

* Shrul> and Hce IMantint:

* bandsrape. Design ;iml .

* Construe!ion.

Fully l,ieVns"e


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touch of class,

sophisticated

styling, comfort

jnH noronnnl

luxury

beyond

compare.

VAN DYKE AT 10-1/2 MILE

WE BEAT ANY DEAL

FROM ANY DEALER PERIOD!

Home of the Camaro Convertible

, ^

•-veVfflP!?*-

FROM $11,976.00

15175 E. Jefferson

Io QrossB Pointe Park

821-2000

Mon. ft Thurs. 6:30-9:00 Tues., Wed., Frl. 8:30-6:00

GERWIN

Gerwin, s

Masterpiece

of design

and workmanship.

Step inside

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agree.

v«,

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Ed Rinke

wv ';[. ONLY 400 MILES - Factory Warranty

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meant to

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FEELING,

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WE AT RINKE TOYOTA

ARE COMMITTED TO

QUALITY SERVICE

AND DEPENDABILITY.

Part of a family of

dealers serving the

Grosse Pointes since 1917

RINKE TOYOTA

Eastside Dealer

758-2000

Metro Detroit's only Eastside Dealer

VAN DYKE

AT 10ft MILE

JUST MINUTES FROM THE POINTES

BY EXPRESSWAY

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NEW '83 1000 2 DR. COUPE

Cloth trim, rear de- *««7

fog., AM/FM ster- . SS 7 rAQuRArk.

60,rKilning seats -WCA5MBACK FORCASH

B/$ MWO.S., 2 at $5337 BUYERS

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NEW '83 6000 L»= 4 DR.

"AIR CONDITIONED"

Sport Front "S««i, Air. H. Defroster, Tint Glass,

Sport Mirrors, Stereo, Pulse Wlpar3, WSW Tires.

3 to Choose From,

4i OTHEfiS WITH DtfFEfiENT EQUIPMENT & PRICES

NEW '83 WIDESKDE m ft. PiCKUP

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'83 T-1000 3-D00R H-BACK 1

Cloth reclining bucket seats, auto, trans., w/wali

tires, rear defroster, p/steering, AM/FM stereo,

folding rear seat. In stock with this price and

equipment. 6 others at similar savings. Stk.

#0979.

SALE PRICE $6297

$300 CASH BACK 300

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NEW '83 6000 SEDAN

Air conditioned notch back seat with cloth trim,

w/wall tires, rear defroster, t. giass, spt. mirrors,

AM/FM stereo, custom wheel covers, p/steering,

p/brakes, auto, trans. 4 in stock with this price

and equipment. Stk. #1079.

$7,988

NEW'83 GRAND PRIX

Air cond., body side mldgs., wsw steel belted

tires, custom seat belts, R. defroster, t. glass,

spt. mirrors, stereo, automatic, PS, PB, Dlx.

whl. covers. Stk. #0694. 2 available at this

price. 29 others at similar savings.

$9,397

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NEW'83 J-2000 CPE.

Cloth reclining bucket seats, tinted glass,

P.S., AM radio, 4 cyl. eng. body side moldings,

4 spd. trans., 2 in stock w/this equipment

others at similar savings. Stk. #0750.

$6,840

NEW'83 FiREBIRD

Reclining cloth bucket seats, rear window

defroster, tinted glass, spt. mirrors, radio

accommodation package, wheel trim rings.

Stk. #968. 1 available w/this equipment.

20 others at similar savings.

$8,573

NEW 83 1/2 TON PiCKUP

Air Conditioned, no charge, 8' box, tinted glass, cycle

wiper, big mirrors, PS, cruise, 305 v-8, 3 speed auto.,

tilt, PS, rally wheels, clock, AM-FM stereo, appearance

pkg., step bumper, steel belted radlals. RED TAG SPE­

CIAL, pwr. wind.' & pwr. locks, 2-tone paint, Hi Sierra.

Stk. #T180. 2 to choose from.

$9,495

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