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1 -J y o o - o 0( H- rx ra td» O 3 W n Q. o,-» rt> </> < 3 PuOKaflOn MumO.! USPS JtWW SERVNG THE CTY AND TOWNSHP OF NOV CO All H.gM* H«-H)f> Vol. 28, No. 25, Four Sections, 42 Pages Plus Supplements Wednesday, October 1 9, 1983-Novi, Michigan?TY CENTS Council supports s cost savings promii rsi N) (# (#.)' -.. ' ',1 ;r,''--1,f*-1i'~>y. Marks Roberts was among the finishers in Saturday's Run-for-Reyes. Following the course laid out by Bill Scott of the Parks and Recreation Department, Roberts completed the benefit race. Many wheelchair racers who Wheelin' along race on the strength of their arms, but Roberts muscular sclerosis affects both his arms and legs. He shows what can be done with persistence. (News photo by Steve Fecht) Parkland purchase proposed By KATHY JENNNGS NOV - A plan to provide for the city's parkland needs for the next 20 years could go into effect if residents decide ( to provide funding by approving an ssue on the November 8 ballot. The parkland acquisition plan is one aspect a four point program to implement parts of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan, recommend by a citizens committee. Voters will consider a $4.3 million bond issue to acquire property for six parks, develop five existing and new parks, cover the Parks and Recreation A share of a city maintenance facility and finance construction of 18 miles of bikepedestrian paths. Voters also will be asked to consider a charter amendment which would provide.25 mills to operate and maintain new parks and pathways. "Based on the master plan we took certain portions of the city and developed a proposal for land acquisition," explained Parks and Recreation Director Thomas G'Branovic. "The acquisition program will virtually provide the city with sufficient public open space for years to come. t should accommodate our open space needs for 20 years," G'Branovic said. "There still may be other property that we would buy if it's to our advantage and we'll certainly accept donations, but this addressed our needs in the future," he added. Those needs were determined by reviewing national standards for recommended amounts of Qpen space and applying them to Novi's circumstances. At full development Novi is expected to have a population of 80,000, which translates to a need for 800 acres of public open space, according to national standards. But the commission looked at the A large area of Novi recently has been "turned on" to cable television, according to Tom Bjorklund, of MetroVlslon. Residents are connecting their televisions to the cable system MetroVlslon has been constructing n Novi, Farmington and Farmington Hills during the past year. The new areas to receive cable service nclude Wlllowbrook Subdivisions Two and Three, Turtle Creek, Orchard Hills and many streets in Village Oaks. All of those areas generally are located near Meadowbrook Road bet Continued on 7 Residents oppose pathways ween Nine and Ten Mile. ByKATHYJENNNGS NOV - Residents along Meadowbrook Road have promised to "actively campaign" against the $4.3 million bond issue to provide financing for pathways and parkland acquisition, because they believe the paths should be voted on separately. Pathways are one aspect of the four point program appearing on the November 8 ballot and an estimated 11.3 million of the bond issue would go ( toward construction of 18 miles of bikepedestrian paths if voters support the measure. Robert Brooks, the organizer of the opposition, told the city council Monday that he believes bicycle enthusiasts are pushing the bike paths, allowing them to "ride through on more popular types of park spending." Council members also received a petition circulated by Brooks and signed by 26 residents. The petition said (J signers specifically objected to the proposed trail between Nine and Ten Mile. The city would have to purchase a portion of residents' front yards to construct trails there. "A few years ago bike enthusiasts attempted to pass a similar millage and they were defeated. They swore then they would get paths and they boasted they would infiltrate Parks and Recreation," Brooks claimed. "t would be a shame to see Parks and Recreation lose the money it needs because trails are added on." He accused bikers and joggers of infiltrating Parks and Recreation "for the sole purpose of achieving their narrow, selfish goals." Parks and Recreation Director Thomas G'Branovic countered those charges, saying surveys made before the Parks Commission adopted its master plan showed bike paths to be residents' number one priority in terms of recreational facilities they wanted to see developed. The surveys showed biking ranked third on a list of 100 activity interests, G'Branovic added. "This wasn't done by a few people; a lot of forethought and input from a lot of residents went into this," O'Branovic said. O'Branovic noted that in conversation with residents he found some are concerned their property values would decrease as a result bike path construction. But when he contacted realtors n communities where paths have been constructed Avon, SouthfUed, Troy and Birmingham - all of them reported the paths had no affect on property values. Richard Grim told the councu that bike paths would worsen an already congested condition on Meadowbrook Road. " don't know if you've tried to back out of a driveway onto Meadowbrook, but it's very difficult with the joggers and kids on the way to the 7-11 and the normal amount of trafflc," Grim said. "Now this proposal comes along to compound that. won't be able to back out without sitting in the middle of this Continued on 6 By KATHY JENNNGS NOV - First there was Super Sewer, then there was Super Sewer Jr. Now there is the "New Super Sewer.'' City Manager Edward Kriewall told the council Monday that through "fancy footwork" state officials are trying to obtain the same amount of funding for the "New Super Sewer" as was expected for the original project, Nine communities have been asked to join with others currently studying sewage alternatives being developed as a result of changes n the most recent Super Sewer caused by a Department of Natural Resources decision to route funding elsewhere. Those communities now pipe their sewage through the Rouge Valley sewer system. Northern communities. ncluding Novi, which formerly were to connect to Super Sewer now are anticipating a plan allowing them to pipe sewage through the same system to Detroit. They would connect to a sewer line laid adjacent to the existing system. The communities have been nvited to participate in ongoing studies n order to mprove the chances of obtaining federal funding for the sewer project. n a recent letter to the communities, DNR official Richard Hinshon, urged 'With the apparent likelihood of missing out on potential grant funds, the (nine) com' munities sould seriously consider becoming part of the proposed project.' Richard Hinshon, Department of Natural Resources them to join with northern communities, saying the sewer system now being used must be mproved. f the nine communities do not join with northern communities it is unlikely federal funding for necessary improvements will be forthcoming, Hinshon said. Plans already undertaken show there are "serious pollution problems n the Rouge Valley. These problems nclude an overloaded interceptor system having nadequate capacity for peak wet weather flows, which results n abundant and frequent overflows n the Rouge River and widespread basement flooding," Hinshon said. As long as such problems exist the communities are threatened with the state issujng a ban on buudlng, Hinshon said. The mprovements which must be Victim's parents sue city NOV - Parents of a seven-year-old boy who drowned at Lakeshorq Park July 3 have filed a lawsuit clalnillng the city allowed a dangerous clay pit to exist n its public swimming area. The suit filed n Oakland County Circuit Court contends the city and ts employees committed "gross negligence and willful and wanton misconduct." t also accuses the city of negligence and states Novi allowed "a nuisance n fact" to exist. There s no specific dollar amount sought by the parents for the "loss of their child," but the court is asked to award "whatever amount the parents are found to be entitled to as determined by the court." They also are seeking nteresti court costs and attorney fees. City Parks and Recreation Director Tom O'Branovic said he "deeply regrets the incident took place and if anything could have been done t would have." But city officials deny the swimming area s unsafe. Bearden's body was "found at the bottom of the swim area near a large, hazardous and dangerous clay pit... located n the swim area," according to the lawsuit. "The (city) then and there wulfuliy and wantonly caused (Bearden) to drown" by falling to maintain and supervise the beach carefully, the lawsuit continues. Amoag (he negligent actions of the city, th«suit alleges Novi: failed, to maintain the swim area n a safe, non-hazardpus condition; failed to warn the general public of the dangerous condition likely to cause drowning or serious injury; failed to rope off the clay pit; failed to nspect the swim area for any potential dangerous and hazardous conditions that may exist; failed to properly supervise and train lifeguards; failed to hire lifeguards with proper credentials; failed to have proper emergency procedures and have proper communications systems for an emergency; and, allowed a lifeguard stand to be placed at a greater distance than is required for safe lifeguarding and maintained only one lifeguard stand to guard an area of more than one- acre of swimming area. "The (city) should have known that the hazardous conditions at the clay pit created a danger to a non-swimmer and n particular to Bearden," the suit states. taken to mprove the system now are 77 out of 185 n the ranking of priority proects. Their low priority means s s kely the project will not receive the normal 75 percent federal funding and the communities may not receive 55 percent. "With the apparent likelihood of missing out on potential grant funds, the (nine) communities should seriously consider becoming part of the proposed project being developed for the North Huron Valley communities. That area is targeted to reclev a grant prior to October 1,1984 with federal funding at 75 percent of the eligible cost because it is number five on the priority list. f the Rouge Valley communities were to join the project it is likely that the Continued on 14 Novi's park director said the area described s not really a clay pit, but s a depression n the swimming area. O'Branovic noted the department flus it n several times a year. t s a popular play area for youngsters, he said. Additionally, all life guards hired by the city are inquired to have advanced life saving certification and many of them have Water Safety nstructor cer- tiflcatlon, O'Branovic said. All guards receive a four-hour orientation and they review emergency proceedures at that time, he added. The lifeguard stand s located in the center of the SO-foot swim area, approximately 20 fc-et from the edge of the water, O'Branovic said. "We feel where the stand is located is deal. t gives the guards a view of the front of the beach area and the water," he added. "We investigated the Red Cross standards for the number of guards and there s little given on lake front coverage. t's left up to your determination based on your circumstances." O'Branovic said. A telephone located n the boat house on the beach and bouys used to designate the swimming area meet Department of Natural Resources specifications, O'Branovic added. Cable service area expands EDWARD KREWALL n the next few weeks several other areas will have service avauable. They nclude Lakewood Parkhomes, Wlllowbrook Subdivision One, Meadowbrook Glens, and the Novi 26 apartments. All other areas of Novi with an average density of 30 homes per mile of cable will have service available within the next few months. Other parts of the city, such as Country Place Condominiums, are now being wired. But service may yet be four to eight weeks away in those parts of the city, Bjorklund said. The first subscribers to the MetroVlslon system were nstalled in January n Farmington Hills. The first Novi homes were hooked up n April in the area of Valley Star, Londonderry and Nilan roads. As cable becomes available, MetroVlslon will notify rejldents with a postcard followed by a visit from a representative. "Cable has become an extremely popular service in the area over the past month. With over 65 percent of the families signing up," Bjorklund said. Costs for cable services range from? City gives helmet Continued on 6 NOV - City Manager Edward Schmld detailed the history of Kriewall is not often caught speechless. But when he received a racing helmet of his own and a resolution to go along with t at Monday's City Council Krlewall's diligent work to obtain the race car. "When he first came to the council we laughed at him. We told him he was meeting, Kriewall was at a loss for crazy," Schmld said. But gradually the words. Kriewall was praised for his work n obtaining the Novi Special Race Car by Mayor Robert Schmld and a resolution written in a comical poetic fashion was council began to gain enthusiasm for the project. They told Kriewall to proceed with attempts to obtain the car, but they did not agree to purchase it. The city manager got funds from the read by Kathy Crawford of the Parks Economic Development Corporation to and Recreation Department. " don't know how to take this, quite frankly," Kriewall said. " thought this was going to be just a normal evening." Kriewall, who subsequently regained his speech, said his work to obtain the race car was "for the City of Novi." Encouraged by the praise, Kriewall said he was "going to keep working until purchase the vehicle. "His dream came back n a hundred pieces. But he knew what to do then', too. He got community people nvolved and a manufacturer in Romulus. "The car was unveiled at Novi Exposition Day. Since then we've received correspondance about the car from across the country. This (helmet) is a token of we get the motors." our appreciation,'' Schmld said. /

2 U-) u :z u o o -\ O 01 H- n. fa ti) «O 3 W -1 Q. O (O 3 - -» «"< SERVNG THE CTY AND TOWNSHP OF NOV 4 O 00 Vol. 28, No. 25, Four Sections, 42 Pages Plus Supplements Wednesday. October 1 9, 1983-Novl, Michigan mcents Council supports s ' >r, cost savings promii Marks Roberts was among the finishers in Saturday's Run-for-Reyes. Following the course laid out by Bill Scott of the Parks and Recreation Department, Roberts completed the benefit race. Many wheelchair racers who Wheel'm'along race on the strength of their arms, but Roberts muscular sclerosis affects both his arms and legs. He shows what can be done with persistence. (News photo by Steve Fecht) Parkland purchase proposed By KATHY JENNNGS NOV A plan to provide for the city's parkland needs for the next 20 years could go into effect if residents decide \ to provide funding by approving an issue on the November 8 ballot. The parkland acquisition plan is one aspect a four point program to implement parts of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan, recommend by a citizens committee. Voters will consider a $4.3 mulion bond issue to acquire property for six parks, develop five existing and new parks, cover the Parks and Recreation share of a city maintenance facility and finance construction of 18 miles of bikepedestrian paths. Voters also will be asked to consider a charter amendment which would provide.25 mills to operate and maintain new parks and pathways. "Based on the master plan we took certain portions of the city and developed a proposal for land acquisition," explained Parks and Recreation Director Thomas O'Branovic. "The acquisition program will virtually provide the city with sufficient public open space for years to come. t should accommodate our open space needs for 20 years," O'Branovic said. "There still may be other property that we would buy if it's to our advantage and we'll certainly accept donations, but this addressed our needs in the future/'he added. Those needs were determined by reviewing national standards for recommended amounts of Qpen space and applying them to Noyi's circumstances. At full development Novi is expected to have a population of 80,000, which ' translates to a need for 800 acres of public open space, according to national standards. But the commission looked at the A large area of Novl recently has been "turned on" to cable television, according to Tom BJorklund, of MetroVision. Residents are connecting Uieir televisions to the cable system MetroVision has been constructing in Novi, Farmington and Farmington HUls during the past year. The new areas to receive cable service include Willowbrook Subdivisions Two and Three, TurUe Creek, Orchard Hills and many streets in Village Oaks. All of those areas generauy are located near Meadowbrook Road bet Continued on 7 Residents oppose patiiways ween Nine and Ten MUe. By KATHY JENNNGS NOV Residents along Meadowbrook Road have promised to "actively campaign" against the $4.3 million bond issue to provide financing for pathways and parkland acquisition, because they believe the paths should be voted on separately. Pathways are one aspect of the four point program appearing on the November 8 ballot and an estimated $1.3 million of the bond issue would go W toward construction of 18 miles of bikepedestrian paths if voters support the measure. Robert Brooks, the organizer of the opposition, told the city councu Monday that he believes bicycle enthusiasts are pushing the buce paths, auowing them to "ride through on more popular types of park spending." CouncU members also received a petition circulated by Brooks and signed by 26 residents. The petition said signers specificauy objected to the protrau between Nine and Ten MUe. The city would have to purchase a portion of residents' front yards to construct traus there. "A few years ago buce enthusiasts attempted to pass a simuar mulage and they were defeated. They swore then they would get paths and they boasted they would infutrate Parks and Recreation," Brooks clauned. "t would be a shame to see Parks and Recreation lose the money it needs because traus are added on." He accused bucers and Joggers of infutrating Parks and Recreation "for the sole purpose of achieving their narrow, selfish goals." Parks and Recreation Director Thomas O'Branovic countered those charges, saying surveys made before the Parks Commission adiited its master plan showed buce paths to be residents' number one priority in terms of recreational faculties they wanted to see developed. The surveys showed bucing ranked third on a list of 100 activity interests, O'Branovic added. "This wasn't done by a few people; a lot of forethought and nput from a lot of residents went into this," O'Branovic said. O'Branovic noted that, in conversation with residents he found some are concerned their property values would decrease as a result bute path construction. But when he contacted realtors in communities where paths have been constructed - Avon, SouthfUed, Troy and Birmingham all ot them reported the paths had no affect on property values. Richard Grim told the councu that buce paths would worsen an already congested condition on Meadowbrook Road. " don't know if you've tried to back out of a driveway onto Meadowbrook, but it's very difficult with the Joggers and kids on the way to the 7-11 and the normal amount of traffic." Grim said. "Now this proposal comes along to compound that. won't be able to back out without sitting in the middle of this Continued one By KATHY JENNNGS NOV - First there was Super Sewer, then there was Super Sewer Jr. Now there is the "New Super Sewer." City Manager Edward Kriewall told the councu Monday that through "fancy footwork" state officials are trying to obtain the same amount of funding for the "New Super Sewer" as was expected for the original project. Nine communities have been asked to join with others currently studying sewage alternatives being developed as a result of changes in the most recent Super Sewer caused by a Department of Natural Resources decision to route funding elsewhere. Those communities now pipe their sewage through the Rouge Valley sewer system. Northern communities, including Novi, which formerly were to connect to Super Sewer now are anticipating a plan allowing them to pipe sewage through the same system to Detroit. They would connect to a sewer line laid adjacent to the existing system. The communities have been invited to participate in ongoing studies in order to improve the chances of obtaining federal funding for the sewer project. n a recent letter to the communities, DNR official Richard Hinshon, urged 'Witti the apparent likelihood of missing out on potential grant funds, the (nine) communities souid seriously consider becoming part of the proposed project' Richard Hinshon, Department of Natural Resources them to Join with northern communities, saying the sewer system now being used must be improved. f the nine communities do not Join with northern communities it is unlikely federal funding for necessary improvements wul be forthcoming, Hinshon said. Plans already undertaken show there are "serious pollution problems in the Rouge Valley. These problems include an overioaded interceptor system having inadequate capacity for peak wet weather flows, which results in abundant and frequent overflows in the Rouge River and widespread basement flooding," Hinshon said. As long as such problems exist the communities are threatened with the state issujng a ban on buuding, Hinshon said. The improvements which must be Victim's parents sue city NOV - Parents of a geven-year-old boy who drowned at Lakesho >Park July 3 have fued a lawsuit claiming Uie city allowed a dangerous clay pit to exist in its public swimming area. The suit fued in Oakland County Circuit Court contends Uie city and its employees committed "gross negligence and wulful and wanton misconduct." t also accuses the city of negligence and states Novi auowed "a nuisance in fact" to exist. There is no specific douar amount sought by the parents for the "loss of Uieir chud," but Uie court is asked to award "whatever amount Uie parents are found to be entitled to as determined by Uie court." They also are seekhig interestj court costs and attorney fees. City Parks and Recreation Director Tom O'Branovic said he "deeply regrets the incident took place and if anyuiing could have been done it would have." But city officials deny Uie swimming area is unsafe. Bearden's body was "found at Uie bottom of Uie swim area near a large, hazardous and dangerous clay pit... located in Uie swim area," according to Uie lawsuit. "The (city) then and Uiere wulfuuy and wantonly caused (Bearden) to drown" by fjjjihg to maintaui and supervise the beach carefully, Uie lawsuit continues.: Among Uie negligent actions of Uie city, Uio suit aueges Novi: *. faued to.maintalh Uie swim area in a safe, non-hazardpus cohditidn; faued to wanii the general public of Uie dangerous condition lucely to cause drowning or serious injury; faued to rope off Uie clay pit; faued to bispect the swim area for any potential dangerous and hazardous conditions Uiat may exist; faued to properly supervise and train lifeguards; failed to hire lifeguards wiui proper credentials; faued to have proper emergency procedures and have proper communications systems for an emergency; and, allowed a lifeguard stand to be placed at a greater distance Uian is required for safe llfeguanung and maintained only one lifeguard stand to guard an area of more than one- acre of swimming area. "The (city) should have known Uiat Uie hazardous conditions at Uie day pit created a danger to a non-swimmer and hi particular to Bearden," the suit states. taken to improve the system now are 77 out of 185 n the ranking of priority proects. Their low priority means is is ikely the project wul not receive the normal 75 percent federal funding nd Uie communities may not receive 55 percent. "With Uie apparent likeluiood of missing out on potential grant funds, Uie (nine) communities should seriously consider becoming part of the proposed project being developed for the North Huron Valley communities. That area is targeted to reciev a grant prior to October 1,1984 wiui federal funding at 75 percent of the eligible cost because it is number five on Uie priority list. f Uie Rouge Valley communities were to Join Uie project it is lucely that the Continued on 14 Novi's park director said Uiie area described is not really a clay pit, but is a depression in the swimming area. O'Branovic noted Uie department fuls it in several times a year. t is a popular play area for youngsters, he said. AdditlonaUy, all life guards hired by Uie city are required to have advanced life saving certification and many of Uiem have Water Safety nstructor cer- tification, O'Branovic said. All guards receive a four-hour orientation and Uiey review emergency proceedures at Uiat time, he added. The lifeguard stand is located in Uie center of Uie SO-foot swim area, approximately 20 feet from Uie edge of Uie water, O'Branovic said. "We feel where Uie stand is located is ideal. t gives Uie guards a view of Uie front of Uie beach area and the water," he added. "We hivestigated Uie Red Crpss standards for the number of guards and Uiere is litue given on lake front coverage. t's left up to your determination based on your circumstances." O'Branovic said. A telephone located in Uie boat house on the beach and bouys used to designate Uie swimming area meet Department of Natural Resourees specifications, O'Branovic added. Cable service area expands EDWARD KREWALL n Uie next few weeks several ouier areas wul have service avauable. They include Lakewood Parkhomes, Willowbrook Subdivision One, Meadowbrook Glens, and Uie Novi 26 apartments. AU other areas of Novi wiui an average density of 30 homes per mue of cable wul have service available wiuihi Uie next few monuis. OUier parts of Uie city, such as Country Place Condominiums, are now being wired. But service may yet be four to eight weeks away n Uiose parts of Uie city, BJorklund said. The first subscribers to Uie MetroVision system were installed in January in Farmington Hills, The first Novi homes were hooked up in AprU in the area of Valley Star, Londonderry and NUan roads. As cable becomes available, MetroVision wul notify rejidents wiui a postcard followed by a visit from a representative. "Cable has become an extremely popular service in Uie area over the past month. WiUi over 65 percent of the famuies signing up,'' BJorklund said. Costs for cable services range from City gives helmet NOV - City Manager E(..uktl Kriewall is not often caught speschless. But when he received a racing helmet of his own and a resolution to go along with it at Monday's City CouncU meeting, Kriewall was at a loss for words. Kriewall was praised for his work in obtaining the Novi Special Race Car by Mayor Robert Schmid and a resolution written in a comical poetic fashion was read by KaUiy Crawfoi-d of Uie Parks and Recreation Department. " don't know how to take this, quite frankly," Kriewall said. " Uiought Uiis was going to be Just a normal evening." Kriewall, who subseqiienuy regahied his speech, said his work to obtain Uie race car was "for Uie City of Novl." Encouraged by Uie praise, Kriewall said he was "going to keep working until we get the motors." Continued on S Schmid def &iled the history of KrewaU's dulgent work to obtain the race car. "When he first came to Uie councu we laughed at him. We told him he was crazy," Schmid said. But gradually the council began to gain enthusiasm for Uie project. They told Kriewall to proceed wiui attempts to obtain Uie car, but Uiey did not agree to purehase it. The city manager got funds from Uie Economic Development Corporation to purchase Uie vehicle. "His dream came back ih a hundred pieces. But he knew what to do Uien', too. He got community people involved and a manufacturer in Romulus. The car was unveued at No/i Fxposition Day. Since Uien we've received correspondance about the car from across the country. This (helmet) is a token of / our appreciation," Schmid said. /'

3 Trees available for bare subdivisions NOV - The deadline to order a tree through the Parks and Recreation department is approaching The department is asking that ai) orders be placed by October 21. Deliveries will be made October 29 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m., November 11 from 10 a.m.- p.m. and November 12 from 8 a.m.-3p.m. Trees are offered through the parks and recreation department in an attempt to reforest some of the city's barren new subdivisions. "After an excellent response in the spring, the Parks and Recreation Department in cooperation with Peat Humus Farms will again offer trees," said Parks and Recreation Director Thomas O'Branovic. Trees which can be purchased include: WhiteAsh-$30; Rubrun Maple-$80; Sugar Maple-$30; Norway Maple-$100; Austrian Pine - $40; and, DouglasFir-$12; The trees range in size depending upon the variety. To order trees the department needs the buyer's name, address, telephone number, tree order, and a check or money order for the entire cost of the trees purchased. Seedlings, which were popular in the spring program, are not offered during the fall. Creative Arts & Crafts C L A S S E S N O W F O R M N G. BASKET DECORATV. & COLK AR' WEAVNG PANTNG OL PANTNG And Other Crafts Call for nformation 929 N Pontiac Trail,Walled Lake 'After an excellent response in the spring, the Parks and Recreation Department... will again offer trees.' Thomas O'Branovic, Novi Paries director The Parks and Recreation Department delivers the trees, but planting is up to the new owner. Planting instructions are included. Most purchasers have holes dug and ready for planting. Trees are delivered to the buyer's home according to a pre-arranged appointment. But specific delivery times are not guaranteed. Dates are subject to change depending upon the availability of trees. O'Branovic calls the program Novi's answer to a parks and forestry division. n older communities trees were planted alongsidewalks by city foresters. But newer communities with committments to spend taxes primarily on essential services have not developed full-fledged forestry departments to plant and maintain trees. For further information on ordering trees call OL, LUBE & FLTER $12.95 V..P. Tire & Auto Grand River Novi A Thanksgiving Special from reager's CHEM'DRY We will clean your Living Room, and Hallway for $3495 Now thru November 30,1983. Dries in 1 Hour No Steam or Shampoo Non-Toxic Odor Free No Soapy Residue The Carbonated Carpet Cleaner Offer Voids Ali Other Discounts The Novi High School pom pom corp can dazzle the crowd with their moves. The group accompanies the liigh School Mlarching Dazzling band when it performs for the home crowd during pregame and half-time. Ongoing tree planting program sought NOV - Plans to plant trees at the municipal site at Ten Mile were presented to the City Council Monday. The trees eventually will be dispersed through the site, according to Parks and Recreation Director Thomas. O'Branovic. But to start trees probably will be located at the entrance of Power Park, next to Orchard Ridge subdivision to serve as a buffer, and by the parking area near the school, he said., ''We dbh't want to locate them in places where we will have to tear them out," he continued. Plans to locate the trees are hampered because the ultimate development for the municipal site has not been set and the location of future buildings is not precisely known. The city council has budgeted $2,500 for the trees. O'Branovic said it appears the city will be able to purchase between 12 and 18 trees for that amount. He indicated Maple, Ash, and Locust are varieties which have been recomihoei dnd clothing Oil. 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Sllger/Livingston Publlcalions. nc. tesorvos (he right not to accept an advortiser'o order. Sligor/Livlngslon Publications. nc. od-lakers have no authority to bind this newspaper and only publication ol an advertisement shall constitute mal acceptance ol he adverlisor's order. Postmaster, send address changes to Tho NovilWalled Lake News Post Ollico Bon SN, Brighton, Ml Publication Number USPS MiM Your Photos by Wayne Loder Display Your Photo Treasures mended. Council Member James Shaw, who insisted that the money for trees be budgeted, asked that the planting become an ongoing project. "My concern is that there should be an ongoing project to reforest the entire area. t should consist of a mix of hard and soft woods that will be here a long time to come," Shaw said. Mayor Robert Schmld suggested the city should investigate the possibility of using the $2,500 to move donated trees. " share the concern about buying trees, but is there a better way of getting more trees for the buck?" Schmid asked. Shaw said he approved of such a plan as long as a forester who knows how to properly move trees is involved. "My concern is that we begin the process of reforestation," Shaw said. "Particularly in the municipal site area so that in generations to come the trees will be there. The trees will be there long after we're gong and they will make the community look nice. "'m concerned that this needs to be done yearly for a number of years for it to have an impact," Shaw continued. " enjoy places with greenery and hope this place ends up like that." Engineering consultant Edward Jacobs suggested some trees may be recovered from property presently be ng cleared for drainage basins. "You may want to check the land we'r clearing for berms," Jacobs sug>. gestcd. O'Branovic noted that the city also should be receiving trees through a program it is now offering to rbsidents in conjuction with a local nursery. For every 15 trees purchased by residents the city gets one tree. The trees usually have flaws and are not guarenteed, but they come at no cost to the city. Shaw emphasized his desire that the tree planting program become one carried out in future years. He suggested that near the new playstructure, recently erected in Power Park, that eventually if people are to use the park as desired there will have to be "a substantial stand of trees. Council members supported further investigation of the various alternatives for spending the $2,500 budgeted for trees and indicated they approve planting the trees on the municipal site. Design-A-Pumpkin contest scheduled NOV - The Novi Parks and Recreation Department in cooperation with Foote-Gravely Tractor, nc. is ag<>in sponsoring the Design-A-Pumpkin contest. Children will compete to design the funniest, scariest and best design. Age groups are five and under, 6-8 years, and 9-11 years and 12 years and over. The contest is scheduled to begin at 1 Photos should be enlarged for display on your walls. Keep track of your good shots with a filing system of some kind and look for enlargement specials at your favorite camera store. Use a wall without windows'for your pictures. A plain colored wail with directional lighting is best. Choose either a unified theme for your arrangement or a variety of subjects. An interesting display may have prints in several sizes, grouped according to beauty, color or even sharpness. Lay your prints or slides out on a table and try different arrangements. Pictures clumped n an almost-symmetrical arrangement will work well, but avoid a static, military display. Sketch out your final layout on paper with some identification of shots. Ust, choose your frames. For a display to look planned, choose frames that are all of the same type. For a more nformal look, mix different styles of frames. Clear plastic box frames or glass panes with brackets are attractive and versatile for any grouping. The final step: Hang your >lctures and nvite your friends in for a viewing. You've done it! For help in planning those enlargements, see us at f-8top, Grand River, Novi, S5. p.m. Saturday, October 22 at the Foote- Gravely store. Foote Gravely will be selling pumpkins, to be used in the contest, at their store located at Grand River. Proceeds from this sale are donated to the Parks and Recreation program. To register call the Novi Parks and Recreation office at Tile Carpeting Formica 100's of Samples 145 E. Cady Northville Judy's Country Curtains 107 N. Center Northville /" Wednesday. October 19,1983-THE NOV-WALLED LAKE NEWS-J-A Walled Lake candidates favor upgrading utilities WALLED LAKE - When noting project priorities for the next four years, most city council candidates have placed city sewer and water improvements high on their list. n interviews last week, four of the seven candidates said they would work toward sewer and water system improvements in the near future if they were sitting on the city councu next year, " see three major problems." said incumbent Linda Ackiey. These include extending Maple Road, improving the sewer system and improving the water system. "t's hard to rank one over the others," she said. The city's sewer treatment plant, which it shares with Novi, was designed to treat 2.4 miilion gallons of sewage a day, incumbent William Roberts explained. However, only two of three treatment tanks were installed when the plant was buut in the early 1970s. The plant is presently operating at the maximum for the two existing tanks about 1.7 million gallons a day. Because only two of the three tanks were buut, Walled Lake had money left over from the bond issued to pay for the plant. This money - about $900,000 - is pn deposit with Oakland County and collecting interest. The last cost estimate for a third treatment tank was around $1 million. Now is the "optimum" time for withdrawing that money and moving ahead with construction of the third tank, Roberts said, "My opinion is, let's go ahead and do it," concurred Ackiey, Candidate Michael Stiitner noted that if the city is going to attract new business or residential development, it will need the added sewer capacity. But Mahlon Green, on the other hand, said if improvements to the sewer system would allow the proposed Foster Farm condominiums, he would be opposed to any expansion. Because the sewer and water improvements involve the health and welfare of the citizens, Helen Foss also said she would place these projects at the top of a priority list for the council. But before the city moves ahead witii either, she said she would like to hear the advice of the city's engineers. City Engineer Alex Moiseff. City Attorney John Donohue, Department of Public Works Superintendent John Nail and City Manager J. Michael Doman were, in fact, instructed by the council in June to study the sewer system and Hobby show Area seniors dispiayed their hobbies and crafts at a show sponsored by the Waiied Laite seniors. At the event Lionel Easty and Naomi Smith sold raffle ticicets. Village begins winter lake level drawdown WOLVERNE - The vulage councu has authorized another drawdown of Wolverine Lake. Council President Tim Kozub said the boards in the dam wul be gradually removed this fall and replaced ' 'whenever it is practical" before the spring runoff. : Purpose of the drawdown is to provide an opportunity for continued shoreline improvements and to protect the docks through the winter. The drawdown this winter will be the third in four years. A Department of Natural Resources (DNR) permit for stump and sandbar removal will be in effect until next spring. The winter lake level is about 2>/ feet below its normal level of 917 feet above sea level. More than 300 stumps were removed by a team of volunteers in January last winter. The stumps cause a nuisance and a hazard to boaters and flshermen in the summer. recommend the proper direction for the council to take. Their report has not yet come before the council. Candidate Michael Hughes said he would place the sewer and water improvements second on a list of priorities. At the top of the list, he said, would be bicycle paths and sidewalks for the city's children and senior citizens. Candidate Cheryl Labadle said she did not know of any specific problems with the sewer and water systems, "They wouldn't be high on my list of priorities now," she said. The problems with the water system can be narrowed to two specific areas, Roberts said, Fi.'ct, the de-ironizer system needs improved. Second, thz c! ty either needs an alternate power source or an overhead water storage tank for emergency situations. These, admittedly, would be costly for the residents, Roberts said. Most candidates, in pinpointing a deficiency in the water system, noted its high iron content. Green said he wquld make improvements to the water system a top priority. "But don't want people to have to pay a whole big amount for it," he said, adding that he would be in Greenaway drain to be innproved WOLVERNE - Construction of a new culvert and a sutation basin to improve the Greenaway Drain and correct flooding on Wolverine Drive is expected to be underway by spring. The vulage council last week accepted a proposal from the Johnson and Anderson Engineering firm for completion of design and construction plans for the project. A $9,200 Jobs BU grant will fund both the engineering and construction of the culvert and sutation basin. VUlage Admnistrator John Berchtold said engineering will begin immediately on the project. The vulage's own department of public works (DPW) employees will complete the improvements in the spring, he added. The Greenaway Drain is located in the southern comer of the arm of Wolverine Lake known as Penny Lake. The new culvert is expected to help correct the annual flooding problem on Wolverine Drive. The basin wul allow sediment in the Greenaway Drain to settle before being washed into the lake. t is hoped this sutation basin wul have a substantial effect on the annual nutrient input from the Greenaway Drain into Wolverine G A M B L E R S HOOKED UNHOOKED UNCONTROLLED CONTROLLED Dr. Louis S. Klein Licensed Psychologist NDVDUAL & GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY DONDS CHROPRACTC CUNC W. 10 Mile Novi (at Meadowbrook) DO YOU SUFFER FROM: LOWER BACK PAN HEADACHES LEG ORARfVPAN NECK PAN SHOULDER PAN NUVBNESS Call forappolntmont Walk-ins Accepted! SPNAL EXAMNATON i AND FRST ADJUSTMENT ' with this coupon GANT NVENTORY REDUCTON SALE SAVE Z S0% Once n A Lifetime Savingtl Lake. The sediment in the basin would be cleared and disposed of annually by Uie DPW. Berchtold said. n addition to construction of the sutation basin at the Greenaway Drain, the councu last week discussed several other possible ways to improve the lake quality. At a recent meeting of the lake team and the weed harvester committee, several ideas for improving the lake were discussed, Berchtold reported. Among these was the suggestion of a new public awareness campaign that might nclude a seminar with area lake experts. Lakefront residents need to be reminded that applying fertuizer to their lawns and burning leaves contribute nitrogen and phosphorus to the lake. One council member noted that lawn fertuizatlon within Ave mues of the lakefront has the potential for polluting the lake. t was also suggested that past lake studies be reviewed to pinpoint the primary sources of nutrient pollution. Perhaps new studies may be needed, as well, Berchtold said. Donate Blood American Red Cross favor of a small tax increase for water improvements, " know the quality of the water is not very good," said Labadie, adding that possibility of state funding for water system improvements, Roberts noted. A study completed by Johnson and Anderson Engineering should be she was not certain what mprovements reviewed and updated for additional information, were necessary. "t's especially hard he added, on washing machines and other Hughes suggested the council appoint household appliances.'' Roberts noted that»hft city has only li, iionizer. But uun removal is bypassed a water and sewer board to study the improvements necessary for the city's utilities and make recommendations to when the city's second, reserve the council. well is used. The present de-ironizer cost the city about $62,000 when it was But if improvements to the water system turn out to be "too much purchased in the mid-1970s, Roberts money" for the city, maybe residentir recalled. 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4 SKCOV WALLED LAKE TH: NOV NlfSVS ruf. WALLliD LAKE NEWS Wednesday, October 19,1083 Board cuts 80 teachers, plans millage hike By PATRCA N. BOWUNG WALLED LAKE - Formal approval of the teacher contract this week was accompanied by the layoff of nearly 80 teachers, effective Monday, October 31, and the announcement of a Decembers millage election. Superintendent Don Sheldon said the layoffs would boost the averape class size in the district to about 30 students. However, he added, there will be some elementary classes with as many as 36 students and some secondary classes with more than 40 students. f the district accepts a millage increase this winter, Sheldon said the new revenues would be used to call back laid off teachers "as soon as possible." "My anticipation is that the millage would be sufficient to cover all cuts made tonight," he told an audience of about 600 at the October 17 meeting. The amount of new tax dollars to be requested of district residents will be determined at an 8 p.m. Monday, October 24, board meeting. The layoff list of 36 elementary and 42 secondary teachers was approved M by the school board. Trustee Bonnie Venzke was absent due to a family emergency. Walled Lake Education Association (WLEA) President Heidi Wilkins said that although the teachers knew the number of layoffs would be high, many hoped the board would nclude program cuts to minimize the staff reduction. ", personally, was devasted," she commented. 'For the teachers, the contract ratification (represents) a great deal of trust.' - Heidi Wilkins, WLEA president The layoffs will eliminate the elementary itinerate programs in art, music and physical education, the audio visual program at the high school and the elementary reading support program. Also included on the layoff list were: Varsity Football Coach Charles Apap, Varsity Golf Coach John Fundukian, Candidates views vary in Wixom airport debate By LG ANNE ROGERS WXOM - The possible expansion of Spencer Airport gets mbted reviews among the five candidates actively seeking three four-year terms on the city council Tuesday, November 8. The candidates are Charles Craig, Nancy Dingeldey, Lee Middlekauff, Edward SaJisz and William Wyllie. Kevin Ayers' name will appear,on the ballot although he is not campaigning since he will be moving from the city. Plans call for expansion of the airport, including two paved runways allowing jet traffic to utilize the airport. "1 don't feel we need to expand the airport. t will not benefit the city and will eventually cost us money," said Craig. "t will cost more for police and fire protection, etc. This should not be funded through the public sector." f E L E C T O N S elected to the city council, Craig said he would work to stop the project. Dingeldey, seeking a second fouryear term on council, said based on the draft Environmental mpact Statement (ES) the city should proceed with the project. " support the project totally and even if we hit problems we can reassess and handle them," she commented. "We absolutely will be able to work out the problems with other communities (relating to annexation and environment). t will take an effort but we certainly can do it." Although not generally opposed to airport projects, Middlekauff said he was concerned over numerous inaccuracies in the ES and still found unresolved questions. "This airport is privately owned but is being promoted by public moneys. The neighboring communities are alarmed," he said. "We are not dealing fairly with this and am opposed to the way we are handling it." Among the questions Middlekauff said need to be resolved are concerns about annexations and preservation of Continued on 7 Two Walled Lake educators turn country inn proprietors By PATRCAN. BOWLNG WALLED LAKE - Making scissors in the air with his fingers, Kenneth Andrzejewski snips at an imaginary cord: "Clip, clip...education is gone. The bridges are burned," he says. After three years as assistant prlnicpal at Western High School and 12 years in the Walled Lake school district, Andrzejewski, 41, will leave education this month and launch a new career in a tiny Virginia town halfway between Washington D.C. and Charlottesville. He and his wife, Helen, 40, who has taught the learning disabled in Walled Lake schools for six years. KENNETH and HELEN ANDRZEJWSK both love education. But the Northvllle couple now agree it is time for a change. At a crossroads in Hamilton, Virginia - population an 125- year-old white colonial home sits on an 1.5-acre yard of unkempt gardens. ts new owners, the Andrzejewskis, will arrive the first week iq November and begin what is both a new career and the fulfillment of a dream: owning a "country inn." The educators turned inn proprietors have been planning the move for several years. The seed was planted about four or five years ago, the couple explains, when they traveled through Canada over to Nova Scotia, staying at country inns along the way. "Every year since then we tried to take in new inns," Helen recalled. From the Carolinas, through the New England states and across Pennsylvania they visited inns, taking notes at every stop. "We became obsessed with all the little details of each place.,.the more we looked, the more excited we got about it, "she said. "About three years ago, we decided there were two ways we could go. We could continue in education where we were doing real well or we could take a look at a career change," Kenneth said. The thrill of making the dream a reality gripped them, and two years ago they began the search for the old estate, the abandoned cottage or the seaside home where the reality could unfold. Every vacation, even some weekends, were spent combing the countryside for the ideal setting. Eventually they decided Virginia had the right combination of scenery and climate for their endeavor. "We destroyed one map (of Virginia). We rejected certain areas because they were too rural or too commercial, until we had it narrowed down to three counties," the two recalled. They scoured every little town in those three northeast Virginia counties for "the right" property. But the "right property" was not always the right investment, they discovered. Necessary road and sewer improvements prohibited their purchase of the estate about which they were most excited. "Late in the summer we really got kind of down. Our house (in NorthvUle) was up for sale. We were feeling very down and low because the (sewer and road restrictions) had almost shot our legs out from under us." With the opening of school at hand. t became necessary for the couple to return to Michigan. But on the way out of Virginia, they drove through Hamilton and spotted the 19th century colonial. Continued on 9 Girls Softball Coach Tom Szoclnski, Reserve Basketball Coach Ken Smith and Varsity Basketball Coach Ken Connor, all from Western High School. From Central High School, Varsity Basketball Coach Steve Emert, Varsity Volleyball Coach Michael Lindstrom, Varsity Cross Country Coach David Darnton, Pompon Sponsor Judy Walled Lake Western Coach Chuck Apap was full of pride when his Warriors won in overtime triurpph over Plymouth Canton, He called Kowalczyk, Cheerleader Sponsor Nancy Burt and Assistant Wrestling Coach Greg Wikaryasz were all on the layoff list, as well as Clifford Smart Junior High Cross Country Coach Gary Dix. A spokesperson from the district athletic department said these coaches and sponsors have the option of continuing their extracurricular duties if it is feasible for them. The duties of those who cannot continue coaching will be picked up by remaining staff or outside individuals wherever' possible. f a replacement coach cannot be secured, the sport would have to be dropped. Trustee Patricia Jackman said the board considered cutting all extracurricular activities, but this would involve the layoff of only one less teacher than the plan adopted by the board. The Showing his pride Village will keep new administrator WOLVERNE - Village Administrator John Berchtold has done a "highly satisfactory" job his first six months in the vulage, the councu reported last week. The seven-member vulage councu gave Berchtold an overall 4.2 rating on a scale of 5, with 4 indicating "satisfactory" performance and 5 ndicating "excellent" performance. Considering the very positive results of the evaluation, the councu decided at its Wednesday, October 12, meeting to grant Berchtold a three percent salary raise retroactive to September, as provided in his contract. n addition, Uie councu approved an Uicrease in Berchtold's car allowance, from $125 per month to $175 per monui, retroactive to October 1. CouncU Member Thomas Gerhard, who served on the Administrator Selection Committee, said the increase was warranted because of Uie number of special meetings and conferences Berchtold is attending on behalf of Uie vuage. The 29-year-old former Harbor Beach city manager received no marks below a 3 ("needs strengthening") on the 26- question evaluation forms completed by each councu member last month. The forms were compued into one report by Uie Uiree-member selection committee. Both Uie compued form and the individual reviews were reported to Berchtold. "He jumped in feet first and began to swim," said CouncU Member Ed Sienkiewicz of Berchtold's first six monuis. When he assumed Uie position in March, Berchtold had before him a village budget that required an automatic Uiree-mUl tax increase. This was followed with a change in vulage water rates. n July he new aumlnistraiur coordinated the week-long cleanup of a storm that caused power fauures and extensive damage throughout vulage. "Some of Uiese things would be du ficult even for someone who had been on board for a whue, let alone for someone new right off the start," Berchtold said. Considering Uiese, Berchtold said he was pleased with Uie outcome of his review. The administrator received his highest marks in the areas of keeping informed of federal, state and local grants, representing the vulage on all levels of municipal government and avauibuity to the public. n each of these areas Berchtold received a 4.6 rating. Berchtold's lowest mark, a 3.8, was n the area of developing long range goals and objectives for Uie vulage. AlUiough the results of the evaluation were very positive, CouncU Member John Coxeter noted Uie 1 to 5 rating scale was "quite restrictive." Therefore Uie review committee suggested altering Uie system to a 6-point scale, with 1 indicating "undecided", 2 "unsatisfactory", 3 "needs improvement", 4 "satisfactory", 5 "highly effective", and 6 "excellent". The councu unanimously approved Uie change. n addition to positive comments from the councu. Berchtold received praise from his staff and from a resident attending Uie October 12 meeting. "We get along real well," said Clerk Donna Thorsburg. "He's very easy to workwiui." The councu voted to abolish Uie Administrator Selection Committee, but appointed Uie same three councu members Gerhard, Coxeter and Patricia Howarth - to an Administrator Review Committee. The group wu meet quarterly to discuss Berchtold's performance and help him establish priorities. board did not want to get involved in the partial elimination of extracurriculars,. which would be perceived as favoring one sport or age group over the others.- she added. Therefore, layoffs were, figured primarily according to senior!-. ty. The seniority of teachers included onthe layoff list ranges from one to U years experience, Sheldon said. The contract which made layoffs necessary was ratified by the 474- member WLEA by a 313 to 95 secret ballot vote. The agreement calls for a wage freeze this year with no increments, a wage freeze next year with increments, and an eight percent salary increase in Continued OD 7 it the teams best offensive game moving the ball on the ground. (News photo by Steve Fecht) EWS COMPUTER HASSLES: Special writer Sandra Zgoda relates Uie problems of living n an increasingly computer-oriented society in today's LVNG section. DOUBLE DUTY: Wolverine Uke VUlage Administrator John Berchtold has proudly announced Uiat his famuy wul double soon. His wife. Kellie, i expecting twins toward the latter part of November. The Berchtoids presently have two daughters, Stacey, 8, and Meghan, 2'/i.. VUlage employees reportedly are placing bets on Uie lucelihood of Uie couple's new additions being boys. COLLEGE NGHT: Juniors and seniors from Walled Lake Central and Western high schools are invited to the annual CoUege Night from 7 to 9:45 p.m. Tuesday, October 25. at MUford High School MUford Road. Representatives from over 50 Michigan colleges and universities WUl be present to discuss college costs, entrance requiremenu and programs. Representatives from the muitary academies also wul be present. >' Wednesciay, October THE NOV(-WALLED LAKE NEWS-&-A Huron Valley Hospital board continues the fight ByAUCEDAVES s Huron Valley Hospital. ncorporated ready to give up? According to Ralph Wiese of MUford. who has chaired the Huron Valley board during the.long stuggle to build a hospital in this area, it is stul very much alive. Since 1975, HVH has fought its way through state agencies, the Oakland County Circuit Court, the Michigan Court of Appeals and the state Supreme Court to establish its right to buud a hospital in West Oakland County. Since a September meeting of the state Hospital Finance Authority erupted with front-page headlines in 9 Detroit newspapers, charging that a hospital promoter could make millions from the non-profit project, many have assumed the effort would be abandoned. Coupled with the disclosure of a service contract with the promoter, identified as Dr. Martin Trepel of West Oakland Hospital Services, was the news that the federal government may refuse to approve Medicare and Medicaid payments for the $44 million. 303-bed hospital, planned for a Sleeth Road site in Commerce Township. n addition, it was reported that Blue Cross & Blue Shield said it would not affuiate with HVH if it could not prove construction will not mean higher costs to Blue Cross subscribers because of competition with existing hospitals. Wiese. who has a long record of community service and involvement in the MUford community, was on a Florida vacation when the news broke. Last week, Wiese was asked how he feels about HVH today. "Frustrated, discouraged. disulusioned. My biggest disappointment has been discovering that health care agencies are more concerned with rules than health care," Wiese said. He is convinced that HVH is needed and wul be needed even more in the future, and cites several reasons for his belief. "When we started this, all the surveys showed a geographic area that is without hospital care. That stul exists." WhUe the development of a Henry Ford Hospital satellite in West Bloomfield and a Pontiac Osteopathic Health center in MUford "took off some of the edge," the need is stui there, Wiese 'My biggest disappointment has been discovering that health care agencies are more concerned with rules than health care.' believes. "Apparently, others agree. Over the years, several major Detroit hospitals have approached us. One hospital would have taken over our Certificate of Need and provided care out here. f HVH is not successful, there wul stul be a need, and the existing hospitals recognize this." The reason is marketing, Wiese says. "Out here, there are fewer Medicaid, Medicare and welfare patients. This area can afford to pay for service." When the question of excess hopital beds comes up, Wiese says, "We maintained there is a maldistribution of beds. They're not in the right place for people. t's not a simple question. Many hospitals are in debt, and don't know Ralph Wiese, Hospital board chairman the answer," Wiese continued. "But after.our application was turned down, Pontiac General Hospital was given permission to rebuud. That could have been an opportunity to redistribute some of those beds." Wiese also believes that politics has played a major role in the decisions affecting the HVH effort. "Right now. we don't think it's finished." he said. "There has been no final disposition by the Department of Natural Resources (on a water/sewage ssue n Commerce Township.) Financing is stalled temporaruy whue we resolve the issue of Medicaid and Medicare payments. "Blue Cross & Blue Shield has not acted on our request to my knowledge. Wixom mayoral candidates discuss airport By LEANNE ROGERS WXOM Opinions on the proposed expansion of Spencer Airport indicate the wide difference n positions of mayoral candidates Wayne Glessner and Gary Lentz. Glessner, who is ending a four-year councu term, strongly supports the airport expansion as indicated by his chairmanship of the airport board. " think we have to look at alternatives for diversifying our tax base. Fifty-five percent of our tax base is Uidustrial," he said. "Of that about 85 percent s the Ford Motor Company. What happens if we lose that'" The expanded airport, which would handle jet traffic, would provide a catalyst for developing an adjoining high tech industrial park, Glessner added. "There would be employment opportunities.," he added. "The development would benefit the communities and school districts." The existing airport would be expanded into Lyon Township, raising concerns among township officials about possible annexations. "We should set up a tax sharing arrangement," Glessner said. "As it stands Lyon receives 128,566 in tax revenues on that land. Wixom receives $170,000, and that is without development." Lentz said he was opposed to the city purchasing the airport, a requirement to qualify for federal funding. "The airport wul be a white elephant luce the SUverdome is to the city of Pontlac," he commented. "t will deteriorate the quality of life with pollution, noise and related congestion." Without governmental action on the project, Lentz said Uie project would ncer be done. "t is not economically feasible. (Mayor) Lillian Spencer tried for years to get private nitiative but there was no demand for an expanded airport," he added. f elected mayor on Uie Tuesday, November 8, ballot, Lentz said he would "undo the two years promotion that the mayor's office has put nto this." Federal and state officials have been mislead nto Uilnking Wbtom residents support the airport expansion, according to LenU. Since federal aviation regulations prohibit the location of landfills within two mues of an But when we were getting close to approval some strange things happened," Wiese recalled. "Everything was falling nto place and then within two or three weeks, all the publicity and problems bit." He attributes these events to political clout from those who do not want to see the hospital buut. " think there are people who truly believe a hospital is not needed here. Any increase Ui health care costs must be stopped that's a trend." he admits. But at the same time, he does not believe HVH would increase costs. "We don't ntend to duplicate the sophisticated faculties of a major hospital-we would provide primary care for the people of this area and more serious cases would be referred to the centers equiped to handle them." On the Trepel contract. Wiese says he saw nothing wrong with it at the time it was signed in 1976 and stul doesn't. "That's not uncommon to subcontract services." As for Trepel underwriting promotion costs, such as preparing applications and fighting the court battles, "Someone had to take the risk, assume the costs. Without that, we couldn't have airport, Glessner said Oakland County's proposed landfill did play a part Ui the airport expansion proposal. "That was really the flame that lit the fire. We needed to look at alternatives," Glessner said. "Oakland County has a propensity to look at the southwest comer as being located somewhere outside Uie county." The airport is being specifically planned to meet high tech related needs and not duplicate services at Pontlac-Oakland or Detroit Metropolitan airports, Glessner said. "We are saving a natural resource in protecting the heron rookery and wul have an esthetically pleasing complex," he added. "We can blend together in the air side and Uie landscape. Honor Student named to national society NOV - The coming year wul be a busy one for Suzanne Doyle. n addition to being a senior at Michigan State University, Uie Novi High School graduate has been named student representative to the board of directors of the Golden Key National Honor Society. "'m the communication link between all the chapters and 'll help generate our ideas for improving policies and set up speakers, motivation and leadership," Doyle explained. "'ll meet with advisors and officers as we continuously try to improve Golden Key." As student representative to the board, Doyle will be the liaison between the student members of the National Honor Society and the national councu. "My job is to elicit students' views on society policy; to find out what they think of the constitution, practices of the society and the membership policy," Doyle explained. "Any criticism they have all comes to me. sort through them and coalesce them nto someuiing tp present to the national officers." Golden Key is a national organization which accepts students with grade point averages of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. The society has been in operation seven years. Each chapter grants two scholarships woth a total of $75,000 each year. Membership is limited to upperclassmen in all academic majors. t currently has 5,000 student members. Each of Uie 45 chapters across the United States nominates a student representative to the board of directors. The nominees, in turn, send transcripts and three letters of recommendation to the board, which selects three finalists. The three finalists attend the national conference at Atlanta, Georgia, where they are interviewed for the position of student representative. McBride retires from fire nspector position Everything you need it available at PLTNOUTH TOWNE APARTMENTS Enjoy healthy independence in thit beautiful new complex. One and two bedroom apartmenti for Senior Citixens including: Transportation Optional social activitiei Emergency security Two meals Housekeeping services Linens OPEN 12-5 MON. thru FRL OR BY APPONTMENT Now taking Reservations Call or Visit TMENTS 107 Haggerty Road Plymouth. M (S13)4S9-3tfO NOV - After 12 years of service to Uie community, Edward V. McBride has stepped down as fire marshall. McBride's service was recognized recenuy by Uie Novi City CouncU n a resolution lauding him for his work. The councu noted Uiat McBride "brought many years of experience to the City of Novi from Uie Detroit Fire Department." He also "participated in and contributed greatly to Uie development of several of Novi's major developments over Uie past 12 years." McBride has "distinguished himself as a dedicated fire professional." Mayor Robert Schmid congratulated McBride, saying: "Ed has served Uie city during a fast growui period and we have finer, safer buudings Uian we normally would have." 1 TWELVE OAKS TRE CO. M Grand River Novi Used Tires from $10.00 Doyle was selected for the position on the basis of her academic achievements and leadership capabuities. She has been active as chairperson of the Communications Committee, publisher of her chapter's newsletter and an active member of a school telethon. As student member on the board of directors, one of Doyle's main responsibuitles will be getting students' reactions to the society's constitution which was ratified at the national convention. "The constitution has just gone into effect," she said. "'U find out how students view the constitution." Her job also will entail starting a new program, which may involve an award or scholarship, to honor one outstanding student member each year. Every Golden Key chapter has formal induction ceremonies and Doyle wul speak' at many of them, including the University of Michigan, Ball State University and Your Goodyear Dun lop Tire Pro Parson to Person... The Rottenness off Routine Dr. James Luther Years ago a book appeared called "The Tyranny of the Urgent." ts relevance was found n the fact that many wanted to read t but could not find the timet How about the rottenness of routine? After preparing so long for that job, your marriage, or some goal n life, the euphoria turns to dreaded dullness. Your service for Christ can be drained of the joy that God desires to give them who serve Him: What to do? First, remember that God is Sovereign. There are no accidents with Him. Enjoy yourself wherever you are. You're there for a reason; expect God to use and bless you. Second, realize that every situation is different. f you are sharing your faith, don't allow the fact that you have said these words before detract from the way you share t now. The repetition of an act of love or duty can remind us that life consists of faithfulness. We do not achieve success or find happiness. We stumble over them on the path of duty. Finally, remind yourself that you are unique and special to God. Look for ways to use the specific gifts and abilities He has given you. f you are presently doing this, try to maximize your usefulness. There s something that you can do better than anyone else in the worldl May the rotteness of the routine turn into the glory of the grime. First Baptist Cliurch off Nortiiviiie 217 N. Wing Northviile other schools n llinois. f t sounds like she'll be doing a lot of traveling she wul. Doyle receives a budget for travel expenses that covers two trips society headquarters as well as trips to other universities. When her term expires next August, she will submit a report to the board of directors which includes recommendations on how to improve operations for the following year. Doyle was honored recenuy by the Oakland County Board ot Commissioners through Commissioner John Calandro. She also received special tributes from the State of Michigan through Representative WUlis Bullard and the City of Novi through Mayor Robert Schmid. Doyle, who is majoring in public relations, is a member of Uie Kappa Delta Society, Women n Communications. She is Uie daughter of Dennis and Sherry Doyle. gotten the first application prepared," Wiese said. Those costs are now reported at over $1 mulion. Wiese says his involvement grew out of an earlier effort to buud a hospital in MUford VUlage. " first heard about t n 1975 from Stu Brophy (vulage manager who has since died) and Norton Caswell (then vula'ge president.) Our first meeting was n January 1976." Since then, most of the work has been done by attorneys and others nvolved n gaining necessary approval from the various health care agencies, Wiese says. Board members serve without pay and have no financial interest in the proposed hospital, he stresses. "Our board went out and collected 6,000 signatures on petitions supporting a hospital here in No one expected t to go on this long, but Uie people in West Oakland have to go some place for hospital care." Would he do it au again? Wiese smues and gives an indirect answer: "We were pretty naive thinking the purpose of regulatory groups was to provide healui care. That was always our goal and t stul is." 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5 6-A-THE NOV-WALLEO LAKE NEWS-W»dneftday, October 19,1963 Fired up Despite the fact that spirit week and homecoming activities had to be canceiled as a result of the teachers' strike n the Walled Lake School District, spirit was running high among Western High School cheerleaders at Friday's homecoming game against Plymouth Canton. Western won the game in overtime, Planners consider party store plans WALLED LAKE - Plans for a new Cloverdale Party Store at Walled Uke Drive and Fourteen MUe were accepted for study by the planning commission last week. Owner Theodore Andrls noted the plans are stul very tentative, but added he and his cok)wner, Claude Remain, plan on "cleaning it up" and "making t a more attractive buuding." There s the posslbuity two additional stores wu beeveloped on the property, Andrls said. "B'ut that's stu quite up n the air," he added. Their primary objective is to clean up the comer, Andrls explained. The earliest target date for completion of the project would be spring, he noted. Eight adjacent residents, all of Leeds Street, submitted a letter opposing the Cloverdale proposal. "We don't feel that approval of this project would be in the best nterest of the citizens of this area of Walled Lake in regards to health, welfare, or safety at this time," they wrote. n particular, the residents were concerned about the existing parking problem involving the adjacent Frigate bar on Fourteen MUe Road; a proposed alley behind the market; and increased parking and pedestrian hazards caused by a proposed East Lake Drive exit. Weeliend parking at the Frigate often f spuls over into the Cloverdale parking lot, as well as llegally along the shoulders of Fourteen MUe, residents have claimed. This situation would become worse f the property were improved, they said. However, Andrls said a more closely regulated parking area is part of their development plans. The alley behind the store would be used by persons wanting to avoid the Fourteen MUe and East Lake Drive intersection, the residents further claimed. These people would use the alley to get to Leeds Street and then exit onto Fourteen MUe, they said. City Planning Consultant Tod KUroy said he had no problems with the Cloverdale plans as presented. He suggested, however, that architects for the proposed project meet with adjacent property owners to address some of their objections. The commission unanimously acr cepted Uie plans for more study. f : 9i Wednesday, October 19,1983-THE NOV-WALLED LAKE NEWS 7-A Walled Lake teenager likes homemade bombs Police confiscated a homemade bomb last week from a 15-year-old who said his creative efforts were nol Ul- ntentloned. The youth told police he was "just playing around." The bomb was discovered Saturday, October S, by several Wabasso Street teenagers who reported they saw the youth place a black box under some bushes near a day-care center at South Commerce and Wabasso. After discovering the box contained what they thought was a bomb, the boys reported their find to a parent, who in turn notified police. Upon investigation, a WaUed Lake offleer found the box contained a metal % pipe about six inches long. The pipe had a cap on one end and a fitting with clay and a fuse on the other end, the officer reported. When the cap was removed, he found the pipe was fuu of a black powder. The box reportedly contained additional fuses, matches and more black powder with the brand name Solidox. The officer took the box and its contents to the suspect's residence, where he claimed he had made the bomb. The A 15-year-old said he kept the bomb under the bushes because he didn't want to bring it home. The youngster told police he plays with that type of bomb, throwing them in the water and kuling fish. Guy told police he purchased the Solidox powder from Murray's Discount Auto, 707 North Pontlac TraU, and the fuse from the B and B Gun Room, 1224 West Maple. An auto store employee confirmed that Solidox, which s used in soderlng and light welding. s sold at Murray's. The owner of B and B also confirmed fuses ntended for use with miniature hobby canons are sold at B and B. They youth told police the bombs he makes "work really weu." One officer lit a tiny pue of the powder to see if it would bum. t did. Other than this small test, the department took Guy's word for the effectiveness of his product. An 11-year-old Walled Lake girl was struck by a car as she crossed Pontiac Trial on her way to school Thursday morning, October 13. The driver of the vehicle, Robin Hulslander, 23, Walled Lake, told police she did not see the crossing guard or the chud in the road as she began to make a left turn onto Pontlac TraU off Decker Road. The chud, Dorothy Snody, was not seriously njured, police said. area blotters Another bomb threat was made to the Camelot nn, 1295 East West Maple, at about 11 ;30 p.m. Monday, October 10. t was the second bomb threat called in recently to the Camelot nn and the fourth in Walled Lake this month. Each of Uie phone calls has been made by an unidentified male, police report. The first call this month was made at about 10:30 p.m. October 1, to the Camelot nn. The second occured at 9 p.m. October 4, to the Shadowfax, an arcade located next to the Camelot nn. The third cau was made to the Big Apple Restaurant, 1203 South Commerce Road, at2 a.m. Octobers. Police report no suspects in U»e bomb threats. With each occurance, the business establishment has been cleared and the premises checked. No bombs have been found. n Novl A television worth 1480 was stolen from a home in the block of Park Ridge whue the residents were sleeping. The owner reported he was awakened when he heard the famuy dog barking. When he went to investigate he found the door between the kitchen and garage standing open. The television was missing from its stand. The garage door was found propped open with a trauer wheel from the garage. Tools worth $660 were stolen from a garage in the block of Heartwood. The thief apparently entered a garage door which was left unlocked. A $224 polisher, a $185 polisher, a $200 power saw, and a $50 circular saw were stolen. Three larcenies from vehicles n the Twelve Oaks Mall parking lot were reported on October 1. A man reported he parked his car n the blue lot and when he returned 90 minutes later the stereo had been stolen from the 1977 Ford. The stereo is valued at $200. n Uie second incident a Novi woman reported she parked her car and went shoppuig for two hours. When she returned home she noticed the $30 beauty rings and Uie $20 hub caps were stolen from the 1982 Chevrolet. A South Lyon woman reported she parked her 1980 Jeep and when she returned three hours later the car stereo had been stolen. The stereo s valued at $80. A South Lyon man reported his 1983 Chevrolet pick-up was stolen from the Twelve Oaks MaU parking lot. The man said he parked the car and when he returned two hours later the truck was gone. A complete search of the.lots proved fruitless. // WlXOm A 41-year old.wixom resident was taken into custody after reportedly ' assaulting his wife and barricading himself within his home armed with a handgun. Police said they responded to call of famuy trouble at the home of Coy Combe on Beck Road early Monday, October 17. Officers said Combe's wife had been assaulted and that her husband had fired the gun into the air. She told officers that her chudren were inside Uie house with her armed husband. The ChUdren came out but Combe refused to allow officere in the home, according to Uie report. Eventually officers entered the home finding Combe in the basement, the gun hidden n the backyard. Combe was expected to be charged with assault and battery officers said and was being held on outstanding warrants from Livonia and West Bloomfleld. Four handguns were reported stolen from an employee locker at the Wixom Water Treatment facuity on Charms Road over Uie weekend. Police said Oakland County Department of Public Works (DPW) employee Daryel Wade discovered locks pried off Uie buuding doors. What rf my new car is a smash hif on the way outol the showroom? 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NOTCE OF PUBLC HEARNG REZONNG REQUEST CTY OF WALLED LAKE NOTCE S HEREBY GVEN that a public hearing will be held by the City of Walled LaKe Planning Commission at 7:30 P.M. at the Walled LaKe Municipal Offices, 1409 E. West t)/1ap7e, Walled LaKe, Michigan, 48088, on Tuesday, November 8,1983, to consider the following amendment to the City Zoning Ordinance Map: Sidwell Parcel No.: Part of Proposed Zoning: RM-1, Multiple Family Residential Present Zoning: Applicant: Property Desc:, \ -TJrtT- J \ V 0-1. General Office District J. Howard Nudell Part of Lot No. 4 of Supervisors Plat No. 8 of Ranch Homes Subdivision of part of the E '/4 of the SWV4 of Section 26, T2N, R8E, Commerce Township, OaKland County, Michigan. As recorded n Liber 57, Page 58, O.C.R. containing acres more or less. (Full meets and bounds legal description available at City CierKs office).» ft To /?M-; o -/ 9s 3117): NOTCE S FURTHER GVEN that the proposed zoning ordinance map amendment is on file and may be examined at the City ClerK's Office, 1499 E. West Maple, Walled LaKe, Michigan, 48068, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. Any comments regarding these proposed changes can be made at the above scheduled hearing or by writing to the City Planning Commission. Kenneth TucKer, Chairman Publish-10/19/83 Walled LaKe Planning Commission Residents protest parkland proposal Continued from Novi, l patli. You're going to see more accidents with people riding into cars backing out onto their drives. There ought to be an area for them to ride bikes, but not where there are a number of hazards." O'Branovic said after the meeting that he believes some residents are concerned that the paths would destroy their yards. Recommended standards call for paths to be S feet from the roadway. But O'Branovic said those are ideal conditions and in cases where the city cannot obtain the property 15 feet from the road, or the property is not conducive to such construction, the path would be relocated. "The concern with the Meadowbrook Road residents seems to be that we will arbitrarily put a bike-pedestrian path in the middle of their lawn, because it is 15 feet off the road," Q'Branovic said. "We will deviate fromihe standards in many cases. Meadowbrook will surely be one case." The 18-mile pathway system is designed to connect Novi's most heavily populated areas with educational, commercial and recreational facilities throughout the community. The proposed paths would be eight-feet wide and four inches thick. Novl gets wired Continued from Novi, 1 $2.45 to $42 a month for a single outlet, with additional outlets available for an additional rate, Bjorklund explained. MetroVislon's cable system offers entertainment and information stations with its initial capacity of 56 channels, Bjorklund said. n addition to national cable services and local television stations, MetroVision will soon be airing community programming produced by and for the residents of Novi, Bjorklund said. Equipment, training and assistance will be available so residents can produce, direct and star in television shows of their own. DetaUs will be avauable soon on the first series of training workshops. The production equipment and training is provided in cooperation with The Southwestern Oakland Cable commission, comprised of representatives from three cities, including Novi CouncU Member Ronald Watson and City Manager Edward Kriewall. GREEN SHEET WANT ADS NOTCE OF ADOPTON CTY OF WALLED LAKE ORDNANCE C-1983 An ordinance to add new chapter - Chapter 24 to Article of the Waled Lake City Code to grant to Greater Media Cablevislon nc. it's successors and assigns, the franchise, authority, right and privilege, to construct, operate, maintain and reconstruct a cable television system within the streets and public ways and easements within the City of Waled Lake, Oakland County, Mich, for a period of 15 years from the effective date hereof. This ordinance is subject to the confirmation hereof by at least 3/5 majority of the electors of the City of Waled Lake voting thereon at an election to be held in the manner provided by law on Nov. 8,1983. This ordinance was adopted by the Waled Lake City Council at their regular meeting held on Tuesday, Oct. 4,1983 and can be examined in its entirety at the office of the City Clerk-Walled Lake City Hall, 1499 E. West Maple, Waled Lake, Ml, Mon.-Fri. 8:30 A.M. tosp.m. Ruby Lewandowsk Publish: City Clerk NOTCE OF ADOPTON CTY OF WALLED LAKE ORDNANCE C-1883 An ordinance to amend the city code of the City of Waled Lake to set forth the purpose and the necessity of franchise for cable communications and the definitions of terms relating to cable communications, any franchise agreement and any application or proposal submitted persuant-to an RFT. This ordinance provides for the selection of franchisee, the franchise agreement, grant of franchise, design of system, services and programming, subscriber contracts, complaints, construction, initial service area, line extension, and construction standards, and for system operations. This ordinance was adopted by the Waled Lake City Council at their regular meeting held on Tuesday, October 4,1983, and can be examined in its entirety at the office of the City Clerk, Waled Lake City Hall, 1499 E. West Maple, Waled Lake, Ml, Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m. -5 p.m. Publish: Ruby Lewandowsk City Clerk Alrstream & Coachmen FALL CLOSE-OUT Continued from Novi, 1 October 20,21,22, 23 OPEN 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Thurs.-Sat. 10a.m.-6 p.m. Sun. MOORE'S RECREATON, NC E. North Territorial Road (from Ann Arbor take U.S. 23 North 5 Miles, Exit 49. Go 1 Mile East on N. Territorial Rd.) Whitmore Lake, Mich. 662*4548 Authorized Sales, Service and Parts Center $j( COACHMEN 1983 and 1984 Motor Homes and Travel Trailers Also a large Selection of Used WE TRADE Authorized ARSTREAM and Parts Center MOORE'S RECREATON, NC. " ' 1223 E. North Territorial Rd., Whitmore Lak We rc Diiiiii; n tor the Holidays: EtlinAlln Special Savings Come Home to "Country", with Special Holiday SavinjirfJ Sales. Service t'.show.vmi.style yourrihim. nol where ymi (liiic. thai creale.sa warm and hamey eounlry iniuxl lur the Holidays: Kihan Allen's Anli( iieti 'ine i.s everyiine's favorite... e.specially al the.se laniaslic.savings. 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Together with existing public open space on school property approximately 580 acres of public lands would then be preserved. The commission expects Uie deficit between the recommended perservtion of 800 acres of public property and the 580 acres to be provided would most likely be made up by developers providing open space within subdivisions, O'Branovic explained. After determining the amount of property which should be acquired, Uie committee went on to determine the types of parks needed and their locations. The existing parks are unevenly distributed across Uie city and Uiere are no parks in the most heavuy populated part of Uie city they found. As an example Power Park and Uie property for the three school sites on DENTURE WEARERS Are you having with your trouble dentures? Having made a special study of denture wearers and their problems for the last 15 years, may be able to help you, if you have any of the folowing problems: looseness, sore spots, poor lower ridge, even no lower ridge; "floating" lower denture, incorrect bite, inability to eat properly, teeth too short, or other unnatural appearance. No charge for consultation. nsurance, Medicaid, Visa and Master Charge ac- Ceoted. Taft Road are within one-half mile of one anouier, O'Branovid cited. To resolve such desrepancies parks were master planned according to Uie needs of a particular area. Six approximate locations for parks were developed. They include: near Turtle Creek and Whispering Meadows; at the entrance to at Meadowbf;ook; The goal is to lake the parks usable within the five year life of Uie program, he ndicated. To accomplish that goal the Softball complex would be developed, along with soccer fields, playground and totlots, and picnic areas with shelters would be constructed. Jogging and exercise traus, and restroom facilities would be built. For Uie new parks, individual master at Uie tree farm at \2}k MUe and plans will be drafted, to develop Uiem Dixon; near Willowbrook and properly. "We want to develop parks with a lot Meadowbrook Lakes; of nput from the people adjacent to near Bosco fields n order to maintain the existing youth fields; and, near Meadowbrook Glens. Before developing those parks, them," O'Branovic said. "t would be wrong for us to identify parks in Uie middle of a populated area and then tell them what goes there. We want to get however, Uie committee felt the city as much input as we can to make sure should complete existing parks. we develop successful parks." "When they decided to allocate funds for facuity development Uiey thought it was important to complete the existing parks. Before anything else goes in they Before parks are developed surveys wul be sent out to residents and meetings with those immediately affected wul be conducted, he said. wanted to address those first," n addition to acquiring six park sites O'Branovic said. and developing existing and proposed Dentistry tor tut anilra family ainct 1960 MANUEL J. KANER, D.D.S WEST SX MLE (JUST W. OF MDDLEBELT) LVONA MURWOOD SQUARE Grand River & Drake Farmlngton Hills BY POPULAR DEMAND... Turf LVONA WEST 6 Mile Rd. & Ph MVtO'C The 20% OFF FASHON STORE FOR CHLDREN" 50% OFF ANY 1 TOP WTH COUPON EXP, OCT. 23 WONDERLAND CENTER Middlebelt &. Plymouth Livonia A hearty Top Sirloin Steak and three Golden Brown Shrimp \ served with your i choice of potato, ' our bountiful talad bar, rolls & buner. Try our new DALY SPECALS parks, Uie bond issue would provide a portion of the funds needed for contructlon of a maintenance facuity. Parking areas also would be constructed or expanded. The Parks and Recreation Department would share the facility wiui Uie Department of Public Works. As a result Uie parks department wul be responsible for funding a portion of Uie costofuiebuildhig. The buuding would provide storage for equipment used in park maintenance, as well as providing related functions. An estimated $985,000 of the bond ssue would go toward parkland acquisition, $900,000 into park development and $200,000 for the maintenance facility. O'Branovid explains a bond issue provides the city with money to make major expenditures and Uien it is paid off over the next 15 years. "As people move nto Novi they wul begin to share n that cost," O'Branovic said. Candidates differ in airport opinions Continued from WaUed Lake, 1 the heron rookery. He said there are also financial concerns. " believe the airport will be the Wixom SUverdome. t wul not pay for tself," Middlekauff added. " don't see having the taxpayers paying the bul, even if it is federal or state money." The airport project receives support from both Salisz and Wyllie. Sallsz lives dlrecuy norui of the airport. "The student pilots use my house as a beacon during training," he commented. " think this project s a step in the right direction. t is the only way to go f we are going to progress and move forward." n terms of the noise concerns, Sallsz said jets are no noiser than Uie Ultralight crafts which now use the airport. Jets he commented are quickly gone but the small Ultralight drone on for sometime due to low flying elevations and slower speeds. "There wul be good impact on the city and all the surrounding areas by Uie airport," Sallsz said. "ndustry won't just pile next to Uie airport. Areas 15 mues away can benefit.'' Based on Uie informauon currenuy available, Wyllie said he supports Uie airport expansion. He agreed that Uie ES leaves unanswered questions and they would have to be resolved. "There are questions Uke how the area will be developed, where the funding wul come from," he said. " wul review it as more information comes." A severe environmental problem that had not been addressed would result in shifting support from the project, Wyllie said. "There could be a lack of state or federal funding. Those could cause me to change iriy position," he added. Trustees reduce staff; plan millage election Continued from WaUed Lake, 1 WUkins said WLEA members expressed a general concern about Uie school board following through on a long range plan to get the district back on its feet financially. "t was not an easy decision," she said, noting Uiat there was dissension among the members "right up to the last moment." The ratification "strongly reflects the desire of the (education association) for Uie board to make decisions about program cuts so the enure effect (of Uie financial crisis) wu not be felt by teacher layoff," she said. "For the teachers, (the contract ratification represents) a great deal of trust," she said, trust in Uie community to support and pass Uie needed millage and trust Uiat Uie laid off teachers wui return to Uie classroom as soon as possible. There was dissension among board members up to the last moment also, as was reflected in Uie abstention of one board member n the 51 vote to ratify Uie teacher agreement. Giving no ouier reason but Uiat he was acting on the advice of his attorney. Trustee Merlin Reeds bowed out of Uie raufication vote whue trustees Jackman, Mario Tozzi, Robert Cooper, KenneUi Tucker and CynUiia Campion carried the decision. POLCE OFFCERS CTY OF NORTHVLLE DEPARTMENT OF POLCE The City of Northville is now accepting applications from M.L.E.O.T.C. fully certified police officers for part time employment. 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6 &-A-THENOV WALLED LAKE NEWS-WbOnBsaay, October 16, BM 'JHR Commerce Elementary hard hit by teacher cuts WALLEU LAKE - Hardest hit by layoffs approved bv the school board Monday, October 17, was Central High School, where 14 of about 59 staff people will receive pink slips. Ten of about 70 teachers at Western High School were included on the layoff list, along with nine from Clifford H, Smart Junior High and nine from Walled Lake Junior High. A total of 42 secondary teachers are scheduled to receive layoff notices On the elementary level, 36 teachers were named on the layoff list. Dublin, Keith, Oakley Park and Commerce elementary schools are each scheduled to lose five teachers. The cut will leave only 10 teachers at Commerce Elementary, which houses 363 students, according lo the fourth Friday head count Teachers offered ncentive to retire WALLED LAKE - Three teachers already have said they will take the one-time early retirement pay as provided in the teacher contract Which was finalized this week. Walled Lake Education Association (WLEA) Negotiator Karen Filar said any of the eligible teachers who wish to Accept the offer will have to respond within 10 days of the layoff notices approved by the school board Monday, October 17. The contract offers a $15,000 cash payment to any teacher 55 years of age :or older with at least 10 years experience in the district. The offer is available this year only, and only to teachers willing to retire within the alloted 10 days. Former teacher contracts provided an early retirement incentive of $5,000 for a teacher retiring at age 56; $4,000 for retirement at age 57; $3,000 for retirement at age 58; $2,000 for retirement at age 59; and $1,000 for retirement at age 60. Savings from two less teacher working days this school year will provide the funds for the one-time $15,000 retirement payment. Filar explained. Although the teachers were out of the classroom for seven school days due to the strike, all but two teaching days will be made up in June. Annexation solution desire(d by township WXOM f the annexation issue hampering the development of Spencer Airport is to be resolved, the solution.may have to originate from the Wixom City CouncU, according to comments made by the Lyon Township board. Township Board Member Fred Atchison, who also sits on the airport Study committee, told the board October 3 that an outside party was suggested to resolve the annexation issue. ;, Wixom and Lyon Township have been "avolved in a study examining the exsion of Spencer Airport n Wixom. Vicials feel that an expanded airport Jd fill an aviation need as well as nulate development in the area and broaden the area's tax base. However, Lyon Township officials fear that township territory around the expanded airport will be annexed to the City of Wixom, thereby depriving the township"bf any tax gains. "The major problem is our nvesting money and losing it," said Township Clerk Mary Canfield, referring to the annexation concern. Township officials did draft an annexation agreement that would compensate Lyon, Milford and Commerce townships for any lost personal and property tax revenues because land was annexed to Wixom. But Wixom officials rejected the agreement, adding that they only wanted to sign an agreement with Lyon Township. After Wixom rejected the proposed annexation pact, Lyon Township officials voted to ask Wixom for its version of an agreement. Lyon Township Supervisor James Atchison said October 3 that he has not received such a document from Wixom. Supervisor Atchison added that Lyon Township will maintain the status quo until its hears from Wixom on an annexation agreement. Township officials repeatedly indicated that they wanted to hear Wixom's solution to the annexation issue. Lyon Township Board Member Robert Seccombe pointed out that Lyon's version of the agreement was drafted with the help of the state Department of Commerce, which oversees annexation issues. He also stressed that any agreement woul'' have to include Milford and Commerce townships. "We have pretty strong feelings about the other two neighbors," he said. Dan McPhail, the township's other airport study committee member, said state senators Richard Fessler and Jack Faxon were suggested at possible mediators in the annexation dispute. Fessler represents Lyon Township while Faxon represents Wixom. "Those are not the mediators to get," responded Township Treasurer Evelyn Herald. Seccombe described Fessler, who represented Wixom as a state representative three years ago, as the ''biggest promoter'' of Spencer Airport. Fred Atchison indicated that Fessler Highland Wixom, Glengary and Loon Lake schools each had three teachers on the layoff roster and Walled Lake Elementary had two. n addition, the itinerate elementary instructors for music, art and physical education are each scheduled for layoff, as well as two Head Start teachers. No teachers are scheduled for layoff in Twin Beach, Decker or Maple elementary schools. One special education teacher and one pre-primary social worker also were included in the listing. 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BOWLNG WALLED LAKE - Mothers marched outside the school administrative offices this week, carrying picket signs and passing out leaflets. Their message: "WLEA versus Board, students lo;e." The same message was communicated many times over at a raucous meeting of the board of education Monday, October 17. At one point during the 3'/-hour session, neariy 800 parents, students and teachers crowed the Walled Lake Western auditorium. When parenu felt they might not have their say during audience participation, the crowd became unruly, with some shouting obscenities at the board. "We voted you in and you're going to listen to us. We voted you in and we'll vote you out, by God," bellowed one woman, who was later asked to leave by Board President Mario Tozzl. Steven Hatt accused the trustees of "arguing so consistently among themselves they've never developed an education philosophy.'' "No wonder you can't pass a millage. You've never explained what a millage was for," he claimed. Hatt advised operating the district on a deficit budget to avoid laying off teachers. "t may bring us to the wire financially, but we're already at the wire academically and at the wire in terms of community support, hope you don't fire those teachers because f you do you will break the back of your educational p''ogram.'' 'f we can go to the people in this district and tell them that the necessary sacrifices have been made, by teachers and administration...l'm sure they will vote for a millage.* Laura Teeples, Union Lake parent Detroit symphony plans Novi concert NOV - The Detroit Symphony Orchestra will appear in Fuerst Auditorium at 8 p.m. November 18, as part of a series of performances n five uburban cities. : Each of the five concerts feature a ;program of familiar and light classical 'music with broad audience appeal.the opening of the concert series coincides with the week of the orchestra's 70th anniversary celebration. C T Y O F N O V N O T C E Entitled "Fit for a King," the program will nclude Beethoven's King Stephen Overture, Handel-Harty's Suite from Music for the Royal Fireworks, Bizet's "L'Arieslenne", Mussorgsky's "Procession of the Nobles," and J. Strauss' "Emperor Waltz". More familiar works nclude slections from Lerner and Loewe's "Camelot" and the Wedding March ifrom Mendelssohn's "A Midsummer.Night's Dream". : Michael Krajewskl, assistant conductor of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, will conduct the performance. He s a Dearborn native and was educated at Wayne State University and the University of Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. He has served as assistant conductor with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. He previously was appointed the Doratl Fellowship Conductor of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra for the season. The concert series s funded by the J.L. Hudson Company and s designed to provide audiences an opportunity to enjoy the symphony n their own communities. This s the fifth year J.L. Hudson Company and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra have joined forces to take a concert series to the suburbs. Tickets for the concert are $5 and can be obtained by contacting Novi High School Band Director Craig Strain at He encourages those interested to contact him as soon as possible. "At these prices we don't expect the tickets to last long," Strain said. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE TEXT OF THE ZONNG ORDNANCE NO ASAMENDED NOTCE S HEREBY GVEN that the Planning Board of the City of Novi will hold a public hearing on a proposed amendment to the text of the Zoning Ordinance No , as amended. Said amendment s an Ordinance to add subsection S to Section 302, to amend Subsection S of Section 402, and to add subsection 16 to Section 402, to provide for the limited non-residential use of Historical Buildings in R1-F, R-1, R-2, R-3, and R-4 Zoning Districts. NOTCE S FURTHER GVEN that this Hearing will be held on Wednesday, November 16, 1983, at 8:00 P.M., EST, (or as soon thereafter as the same may be reached), at the Novi Public Library, W. Ten Mile Road, Novi, Michigan, A copy of the proposed amendment is available for public review at the City Offices, W. Ten Mile Road. NOTCE DATED: October 13,1983 Publish: October 19,1983 G r n t e S Restaurant Ernest Aruffo, Secretary Grand Mwr A Orak* n Muirwood Square Celebrates Haloween in style! Join us for our Halloween Party, Friday, October 2Hth, :30 til 9:00 and we'll treat you right. Come to Ernie's Dell Oct, 29th with the coupon below and we'll give you one dlnher for free! AU employees will be dressed in costume and you'll help jiidge the best dressed! Bring this coupon n to Erais'be'Jween noitand Oct. 29th to! enter your name in a raffle for a free homemade PumpUn Pie!! NAME ' PHONE. t's Halloween, so give me a treat o Dinner or Free! Get one dinner entree free when one of greater or equal value s purceued. Not to w uied n (MfljuncUoa wlui ouier Gou. Slo Ul (loo, Oct. 29, Dining n only The mother of a Glengary first grader told the board she would be willing to triple her taxes to support the school system, while another parent offered volunteer help n her daughter's kindergarten room. Central High School senior Kurt Langdon toid the board some of the teachers that would like be cut because of their low seniority, "may be our best teachers." Langdon predicted the staff layoffs would contribute to an ncrease n high school dropouts. " pity my sister who's n the eighth grade. She won't have the full program had," he said. "The students are paying for the mismanagement of the board." A Western High School student told the board classrooms with 40 or more students would hinder learning. " just don't understand how we can possibly have a teaching/learning situation with 40 plus students n a classroom," she said. Another Western student noted that "everybody seems lo be blaming everybody. Maybe f we'd stick together something can be done." Greg Pollls, captain of the Western (ootball team, told the school board his most valuable classes were college preparatory. Although he loves football, Pollls said he would prefer that be cut over the teachers that affect his college plans. "My education is first, then sports." he said. Trustee Patricia Jackman commended Pollls for his "bravery", but noted the football season is almost over. Her response was met with demands from the audience that she apologize to Pollls. Following the announcement of contract ratification and the listing of staff layoffs, the board again subjected themselves to the abuse of the audience. However. Superintendent Don Sheldon prefaced the second round of audience participation, by noting that many individuals had been "dealing with misinformation or gross lack of nformation." Although admitting the district has not had a good public relations effort, Sheldon noted that a fine educational program s StUl n place, thanks to the efforts of staff and administration. District resident Michael Madison noted that the "marginal" students in the district would suffer the most from teacher cuts. "t's my belief people will begin considering private education," he said. But a mother of four children n Walled Lake schools responded noting she recently removed her students from parochial schools. "The services (in Walled Lake schools) (ar surpass what we got in the private schools. 'm thanktul that you didn't cut programs. Stay with it; we're going to make it,"she said. District resident Pat Bell noted that the parents all want the best for their children, they don't want teacher cuts and they don't want program cuts. "The question s, do you want to pay (or t (all)," she asked the audience. A Tuesday, October 25, meeting at Central High School has been called to begin work on the millage election scheduled by the school board for December 6. The meeting begins at 8 p.m. Another parent advised that f the board was going to attempt to pass a millage. they should directly answer the questions the parents have been asking. For nstance, "exactly how much money would this district save if all sports and extracurriculars were cut?" she asked. She also suggested the board note specifically where the money from an additional millage will go. Laura Teeples, a Union Lake parent, pledged to devote time and energy to passing a millage f the board "looks nto every avenue to save money." "f we can go to the people n this district and tell them the necessary sacrifices have been made by teachers and administration - 'm sure they will vote for a millage. Club honors Novl writer Couple relocates to buy country nn Conthiued from Walled Lake, 1 ts location on the main county road between Washington D.C. and ChariottesviUe was one of several practical considerations that prompted the Northville couple to make their longawaited hivestment. The tiny crossroads town had never had a rezoning request, the Andrzejewskis discovered. But with three out of five of their immediate neighbors on the planning commission, they won their commercial zoning for the restaurant and inn. - Everything has fallen into place from day one. t's as if it was meant to be," Helen says. The first floor of the three-story home will be converted into a dining room seating about SO, the two explained. The second floor will consist of four guest rooms, two. with fireplaces. They plan to "emphasize, enlarge and restore" [".ft" O n the (7 Seventh D a y Wfe Create O u r B r u n c h Technical writer Celeste Miller has been named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Novi Business and Professional Women's Club. * She received the accolade at the fall meeting of District 9 in Livonia. The award is given annually to women who make a significant contribution to the local community. Previous winners of the award include former Novi Mayor Romaine Roethel, City Clerk Geraldlne Stlpp, Jeanne Clark of the Novl Police Department and Novi Editor of the Novi News Kathy Jennhigs. Miller is a member of the Novi Business and Professional Women's Club (BPW). has been active with other women's groups, and held leadership roles in professional societies, political and community groups, and non-profit organizations. Locally, Miller was a candidate for the Oakland County Commission, 24th District. She was the voter service Chairperson of the League of Women Voters. She is on the Board of Directors and fhiance chairperson of the League of Women Voters, and program chairperson for the BPW. Miller is a member of the Novi Parks and Recreation Citizen's Advisory Committee for Bike Trails and Park Land Acquisltn, and a member of the LWV cable communications study group. She is employed at MC of Southfield where she develops technical materials for college and industry telecommunications training. Her responsibilities also nclude using design techniques to formulate needs asessments and behavioral objectiveoriented workbooks, as well as entry, exit and performance tests. She designs, develops and administers the training program and several other programs. the gardens, which will be the focal point for the "Hamilton Garden nn," scheduled to open in the spring. From their spacious, contemporary East Street home in Northville, they will move to living quarters on the third floor of their Virginia inn. "'ll miss Michigan," Helen noted. "'ll miss the colors, the lakes - especially the big lakes." Leaving the personal and professional relationships they've developed will be most difficult, they both agreed. "We're leaving at an odd time. A lot of our friends are leaving education, but not by choice. We're watching a situation unfold (n Walled Lake schools) that leaves us with real ambivalence," Kenneth added. "t was scary three years ago when we first made the decision. thought couldn't leave the security," Helen remarked. "But stopped behig afraid and stopped looking backwards. Now it doesn't occur to me to be scared." Experience a Feast of fresh pastries and fruits, hand carved roast beef and ham, traditional breakfast dishes and hot entrees, garden fresh salads and luscious desserts! Complimentary Champagne served from noon to 2 p.m. fxm (S8.2S Senior Citizens, is.jld Adults S3.95 Childrennder 12) LVONA WEST Six Mile Rd. & Ph CELESTE MLLER Classified Ad? 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7 10-A-THE NOV-WALLED LAKE NEWS-Wednesday. Oclober 19.1W3 Northviile Lutheran tours Central America By KEVN WLSON Peace n Central America will not t>e discovered through the barrel of a gun. That summarizes the message brought home by a group of 14 American Lutheran Church bishops who returned last week from a tour o( the region, jnter\'iewing a broad range of persons with varying views of Central American conflict. Bishop Reginald Holle. a Northviile resident, was among the 13 district bishops who joined the ALC presiding bishop on a 20-day fact-finding tour of Brazil and Central America. "We wished to see for ourselves so thai our church can make an nformed contribution to the debate n our country regarding Central American policy," Holle explained last week. ntent on drawing ts own conclusions from as unbiased a position as possible, the group prepared for its journey over a period of 18 months and somuch as possible made Us own travel and scheduling plans, Holle explained. The church selected background and reading materials for the bishops to study n preparation for the journey. Four days were spent in two briefing sessions in Washington, D.C, before he trip. n June, the bishops met with U.S State Department officials for a HAGGERTY HAS T!!! All Armstrong Super Ceiling Sale and Rebate! Ceiling Tile n Stock 20% OFF Pius... up to *4 *> rebate per carton now thru Nov. 12,1983 Delivery Service Estimating Department Custom Wood Cutting Complete Mill available to cut, plane, saw, glue or drill, your wood or ours. HAGGERTY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. WALLED LAKE Haggerty Rd. (313) (313) Mqn.-Fri. 8-7; Sat. 8-5; Sun CTY OF NOV NOTCE OF ADOPTON ORDNANCE NO NOTCE S HEREBY GVEN that the City of Novi Council has adopted Ordinance , An Ordinance to amend Sections 2.01, 3.01, 4.01 and 5.01 of Ordinance No , the City of Novi Condominiunn Ordinance, and to add Section 3.02 to Ordinance No , the City of Novi Condominium Ordinance. This Ordinance is declared to be an emergency ordinance, which is immediately necessary for the preservation of the public peace, health and safety, and shall become effective immediately upon adoption. The Ordinance was adopted on October 17,1983, the effective date is October 17, A complete copy of the ordinance is available for public use and inspection at the office of the City Cleric, W. Ten Mile Road, Novi, fvlichigan, Publish: CTY OF NOV NOTCE OF ADOPTON ORDNANCE Geraldine Stipp, City Clerk NOTCE S HEREBY GVEN that the City of Novi Council has adopted Ordinance , an Ordinance to add Sections 10.01, and to Ordinance No , the City of Novi Storm Water Detention Ordinance, to provide for the inspection and nrjaintenance of storm water facilities; to provide financial relief to certain property owners installing enclosed storm sewer systems. The provisions of this Ordinance become effective fifteen (15) days after adoption. The Ordinance was adopted October 17,1983, and the effective date is November 1,1983. A complete copy of the Ordinance is available for public use and inspection at the office of the City Clerk, W. Ten Mile Road, Novi, Michigan. Publish: 10/19/83 Geraldine Stipp City Cierl< briefing on that department's views and met with ambassadors from each of the countries they intended to visit. Shortly before leaving September 11, they also met with Pentagon officials and received a update from State Department authorities, Holle said. After 10 days in Brazil, the group traveled to El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Belize. They divided into teams, Holle explained, with each concentrating on one nation while sending some time in each one. Holle spent much of his time in Nicaragua (five days) and Guatemala. While n Central America, the group met with five Roman Catholic bishops n the region, contacted the U.S. embassy in each nation and met with government and revolutionary figures. "Mostly we spoke with leaders of churches, government officials and professionals in the fields of business, economics and social services," Holle explained. "By the lime we were through, we were confronted by 1,000 points of view." "We tried to be as free as possible from people with programmed views," he continued. "We obviously spoke to government figures who presented everything in their own favor, but we also spoke with opposition figures who had different biases." Principal conclusions included in a statement Holle had prepared for approval of the general assembly of ALC bishops meeting this week in Columbus, Ohio, contradict current American policy in the region. "The root problem is the injustice worked on the many poor people by the few rich people," read the statement. "The unrest in Central American countries cannot be settled by military means. The possibility of rising out of poverty and the claiming of full human and civil rights are necessary preconditions to peace." Contrary lo frequent statements, Holle said, the group found Central America rich in natural resources that could provide for a prosperous society in which the poor could be lifted from oppression. "While we saw many poor people, was personally surprised not to see as much hunger or starvation as had expected," Holle said. "Where people are hungry, it is often because of the conflicts. We saw in Guatemala large fields that had been burned by the government or by revolutionary forces, so people are hungry. "One of the most touching sights was to see these small flags posted over a corn field or a farmer's little house," he continued. "They were there to tell the government 'here is a loyal citizen, please do not burn my crop."' The poverty issue is often obscured, Holle said, in the current climate n which nations outside the region. ncluding the U.S., have turned Central America into an East-West battleground. "The issues there are not East-West at all." he said. "They are North-South, rich-poor, developed-underdeveloped." The church is advocating negotiations, fully aware, Holle said, that the region lacks a history in which two points of view may coincide. "The absence of a history of democratic practices, of peaceful changes of government, of loyal political opposition able to dissent without fear makes solutions very difficult." Fear is a major factor in the lives of people in Central America, the group found, with military rule, internal and external warfare, kidnappings and disappearances, summary executions and threats everyday occurrences. As examples of the problems faced, Holle noted that a church-supported hospital has ceased a training program for paramedics in Guatemala since NOTCE OF ELECTON TO THE QUALFED ELECTORS OF THE CTY OF NOV: those members of the indigent population who have received the training mysteriously disappeared. They aren't really sure whether the people were kidnapped or taken into the armed forces," Holle said. "n any case, they all disappeared so the training was stopped." Only in Salvador, where he spent only one day, did Holle feel fearful, he said. t was obvious, he said, that the bishops' luggage had been thoroughly searched and there was a threatening atmosphere. n Guatemala, the group was awakened daily to the sound of small arms and mortar fire. "t was explained to us, though, that that was one of the army's ways of making sure the people knew they were there they were just shooting into the air to announce their presence." Censorship in several Central American nations makes clear the absence of an opportunity to dissent from government policy without grave consequences, Holle said. The editor of a Guatemala City newspaper was kidnapped the evening of October 8, when the bishops were in the city, though they did not learn of the incident until they returned October 11. The ALC Church Council, according to Holle's statement, will continue to back June resolutions sent to President Reagan calling for the U.S. to end both covert and overt activity to destabilize the Sandinlsta regime in Nicaragua; support resolution through non-military means, increase economic aid to those countries where human rights performance records are acceptable and grant legal asylum to refugees from the region. Wilh particular regard to Nicaragua, where the U.S. is actively involved in opposition to the present government which il claims s n danger of becoming a Cuban/Soviet sattelite nation, Holle said the bishops found conditions for the poor are much better under the present government than under the former Somoza regime. "Life under former dictator Somoza was unbelievably bad for the vast majority - poor, middle class and rich all joined in his overthrow." U.S. support for the Contras who wish lo overthrow the Sandinlsta government will not lead to peace, Holle argued. "Our military presence will only lead lo continued deaths and a hardening of positions," he said. As to Soviet or Cuban miliary presence, Holle said Uie bishops saw none, while acknowledging it may have been hidden. "We did see economic presence fertilizer from East Germany and the Soviet Union for instance. nstructors n the literacy program from Cuba, but we also saw similar involvement by U.S. citizens." The Contras, the document Holle prepared states, do not represent an alternative democratic Nicaragua nor is the country by tself a threat to the U.S. While noting division within Uie COUH' try regarding the Sandinlsta govern ment, Holle and the document paint a picture of the country as one where the potential for genuine improvement in the lives of the majority s possible. The bishops call for a U.S. policy that would remove ail outside military in volvement in and around Nicaragua. "What is needed s a regional solu' tion," said Holle. "At least n some of the countries, life s very cheap right now. "The great disparity between rich and poor is one of the biggest impressions one gathers there s no middle class. For those of us who've grown up n the states, we're not used to Uiat. Where there's no middle class, there is oppression." PLEASE TAKE NOTCE that at a Regular City Election to be held in the City of Novi, County of Oakland, on the 8th day of November, 1983, from 7.00 o'cl.)ck a.m. to 8:00 o'clock p.m., there will be submitted to vote of the qujifled electors of said City the following proposition: RECREATONAL BONDNG PROPOSTON Shall the City of Novi, County of Oakland, Michigan, borrow the principal sum of not to exceed Four Million Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($4,300,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, furnishing and equipping recreational facilities in the City together with all necessary appurtenances and attachments thereto, including bicycle and pedestrian paths, parkland acquisition and development and the acquisition, construction and equipping of a recreational equipment maintenance and storage facility? THE PRNCPAL AND NTEREST OF SAD GENERAL OBLGATON BONDS SHALL BE PAYABLE FROM THE GENERAL FUNDS OF THE CTY. AND N THE CASE OF THE NSUFFCENCY OF SAD FUNDS, THE CTY S REQURED BY LAW TO LEVY SUFFCENT AD VALOREM TAXES ON ALL PROPERTY N THE CTY WTHOUT LMTATON AS TO RATE OR AMOUNT. SAD BONDS MAY BE SSUED N SUCH SERES AS SHALL BE DETERMNED BY THE CTY COUNCL. All qualified and registered electors may vote on the above bonding propositions. The places of voting will be as follows: Pet. No. 1 Church of the Holy Cross, Ten Mile Road Pet. No. 2-Novi Middle School South, Taft Road Pet. No. 3 Novi Public Library, W. Ten Mile Road Pet. No. 4-Lake Community Building, 601 South Lake Dr. Pet. No. 5 Orchard Hills School, Quince Or. Pet. No. 6 Former Fire Station No. 1,25850 Novi Road Pet. No. 7 Village Oaks School, Wiilowbrook Or. Pet. No. 8 Chateau Estates Club House Carousel Drive Pet. No. 9 Novi High School Auditorium, TaH Road Pet. No. 10 Fire Station No. 3,42785 Nine Mile Road This Notice given by authority of the City Council of the City of Novi, County of Oakland, Michigan. GERALDNE STPP, CTY CLERK Publish 10/19 & 10/26/83 N-NWL ANN FRST ARBOR ANNUAL DOLL SHOW AND SALE Sunday, October am 5 pm Antiques, Artist and Reproduction Dolls Collectible Dolls Clothing - Parts - Dolt related items HLTON BRAR WOOD NN off 1-94 Slate Street Exit to Ann Arbor For nformation Contact: Helene Bachand (Hi) or Peggy Hinchey (313) Admission:»2.00 Children Under 12 FREE NOTCE OF ELECTON TO THE QUALFED ELECTORS OF THE CTY OF NOV: PLEASE TAKE NOTCE that the Regular City Election will be held on November 8, 1983, in the City of Novi, County of Oakland, from 7:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. The purpose of the City election is to vote on the following propositions and for the election of a mayor and three Council Members. PROPOSAL A. RECREATONAL BONDNG PROPOSTON Shall the City of Novi, County of Oakland, Michigan, borrow the principal sum of not to exceed Four Million Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($4,300,000) and issue ts general obligation unlimited tax bonds therefor, for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, furnishing and equipping recreational facilities n the City together with all necessary appurtenances and attachments thereto. ncluding bicycle and pedestr an paths, parkland acquisition and development and the acquisition, construction and equipping of a recreational equipment maintenance and storage facility? THE PRNCPAL AND NTEREST OF SAD GENERAL OBLGATON BONDS SHALL BE PAYABLE FROM THE GENERAL FUNDS OF THE CTY, AND N THE CASE OF THE NSUFFCENCY OF SAD FUNDS, THE CTY S REQURED BY LAW TO LEVY SUFFCENT AD VALOREM TAXES ON ALL PROPERTY N THE CTY WTHOUT LMTATON AS TO RATE OR AMOUNT. SAD BONDS MAY BE SSUED N SUCH SERES AS SHALL BE DETERMNED BY THE CTY COUNCL. PROPOSAL B. CHARTER AMENDMENT PROPOSTON Shall Section 9.1 of the Charter of the City of Novi, Oakland County, Michigan, be amended so as to increase from Vz mill to V* mill the permitted levy by the City for establishing and maintaining parks and for recreation purposes? f Section 9.1 of the Charter is amended, it will read as follows: "Section 9.1 The City shall have the power to lay and collect taxes for municipal purposes. "The annual, general ad valorem property-tax levy shall not exceed: "(a) For general municipal purposes six and one-half tenths of one percent (6V2 mills), "(b) For specific street and highway improvement purposes one tenth of one percent (1 mill), "(c) For Novi Public Library one tenth of one percent (1 mill), "(d) For establishing and maintaining parks and recreation purposes three-fourths tenths of one percent (V* mill), and "(e) For acquiring, constructing. mproving, and maintaining drain, storm water, and flood control systems in the City of Novi-one-tenth of one percent (1 mill) "of the assessed value of all real and personal property subject to taxation in the City, exclusive of any levies authorizeo by general statute to be made beyond Charter tax-rate limitations. This tax limitation may be increased for a period not to exceed three (3) years at any time by a majority vote of those electors in the City of Novi voting thereon at any regular City election or special election called for that purpose. "All Charter tax-limitation increases, granted for a period not to exceed three (3) years, by a majority vote of the electors of the City, pursuant to the Charter n effect as of February 24,1969, shall continue in effect under this Charter for the unexpired period." Section 9.1 (d) presently reads as follows: (d) For establishing and maintaining parks and recreation purposes one-half tenth of one percent {Vt mill). All qualified and registered electors may vote on the above propositions. The places of voting will be as follows: Pet. No. 1 Church of the Holy Cross, Ten Mile Road Pet. No. 2 Novi Middle School South, Taft Road Pet. No. 3-Novi Public Library, W. Ten Mile Road Pet. No. 4 Lake Community Building, 601 South Lake Dr. Pet. No. 5 Orchard Hills School, Quince Dr. Pet. No. 6 Former Fire Station No. 1,25850 Novi Road Pet. No. 7 Village Oaks School, Wiilowbrook Dr. Pet. No. 8 Chateau Estates Club House, Carousel Drive Pet. No. 9 Novi High School Auditorium, Taft Road Pet. No. 10 Fire Station No. 3,42785 Nine Mile Road This Notice given by authority of the City Council of the City of Novi GERALDNE STPF", CTY CLf RK Publish 10/19 & 10/26/83 NWL Support the March of Dimes BRTH DEFECTS FOUNDATON 50% Off! wummno fi»-ibfio omymtmmm:-:-: Marquis Basement Mastercharge & VSA Accepted G E N E R A L CTY Fri., Oct. 21 & Sat, Oct. 22 9:30-5 p.m. CTY OF WXOM Tennis anyone? Something for Everyone! Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! Ladies'Clothing Baskets, NicNacs, "Junque". New & Second Hand in the Lobby of the Marquis Theatre ELECTON 133 E. Main Northviile TO THE QUALFED ELECTpRS: Notice s hereby given, that a City Election will be held n the City of Wlxom, County of Oakland, State of Michigan on Tuesday, November 8, The City of Wlxom voter precinct locations for the November 8,1983 General City Election are as follows: NO. 1 1 lion No Wixom Road Pontlac Trail Pontiac Trail (between Potter 8i (between Wixom & City (between Wixom & Charms) Limits) Beck) This City Election s for the purpose of electing the following officers: MAYOR - Vote For One (2 year term) Wayne Glessner Gary Lentz COUNCL - Vote For Three (4 year term) Kevin Ayers Nancy Dinijeldey Charles T. Craig Lee A. Middlekauff Edward J.Salisz William E. Wyllie The following question will also appear on the General City Election SHALL THE CTY OF WXOM GRANT A NON-EXCLUSVE FFTEEN (15) YEAR FRANCHSE TO MEDA CABLEVSON, NCOR PORATE!? OF 31M MARTN ROAD; WALLED LAKE, MCHGAN; FOR THE OPERATON OF CABLE TELEVSON WTHN THE CTY? Not cevelatlve to opening and closing of the Polls (Election Law, Act No 116 PA 1985) Section 720. On the day of any election the polls shall be opened at 7 o'clock n the forenoon, and shall be contlnously open until 8 oclock in the afternoon and no 'onfle-, Every qualifede and n line at the polls at the hour prescribed for the closing thereof shall *The Polls fomhe said Election will be open from 7 o'cloak A.M., and remain open until 8 o'clock P.M. of the same Election Day. June Buck, City Clerk Publish: 10/19,10/26 & 11 /283 City of Wlxom This family toolc the opportunity to get in a little fail tennis playing, while the weather still allows. They are using the newly constructed courts at Brookfarm Parle n Novi. The courts were consructed with matching grants from the Land and Water Conservation Fund and cost a total of (32,000. Novi's share was 116,000. Trees were planted as a buffer for local residents, at their request. Those using the new court are to park in the Village Oaks school lot. Northvllle Township officials and residents Uils week have been marshaling support for a "Stop the Prison" ral ' faipmit ib''imi'l'imh.'ilw't>eitm.' iiptwpilijiiwiypti-iyfppiiiiwy jjifwyejffw For... ly at 10 a.m. Saturday on Uie grounds of the Wayne County Child Development Center on Sheldon Road. n an effort similar to one seven years PMnoulh HciPltiiJMiwoodi ago when the state planned to construct phiiiiw a prison on that site, organizers of Uie Concerned Citizens of Western Wayne County are trying'to block a new state plan to make Uie Plymouth Center for Human Development into a medium security prison. The center also is located off Sheldon just souui of Uie child development ! m-mn i jam\ x:..ta:-miti-.-'j< center property for which an elderly Citizens plan rally against prison plan ' village is planned." "Please come and bring 20 people," the Concerned Citizens are urging as Supervisor John E. MacDonald and ouiers have been lining up speakers (or Saturday's rally. The rally seven years ago was paruy responsible for Uie state's backing down on Uie WCCDC site. nstead Uie unused women's division at DeHoCo was renovated into Uie Phoenbc Correctional Facility. The corrections department subsequenuy planned Uie prototype regional prison adjacent to it on vacant property on Beck Road. f Uie PCHD property becomes a medium security prison, officials in Uie state department of corrections and Uie department of budget and management say Uiey will abandon plans for Uie regional prison in NorUiville, designed to be a model for future prisons. At Uie rally, MacDonald will introduce speakers against Uie prison. representatives. School board president Chris Johnson indicated Monday that he will attend to voice Uie district's opposition to Uie PCHD location. State Senator R. Robert Geake, Representative Gerald Law and Wayne County Commissioner Mary Dumas all have confirmed they will attend and oppose the move. Organizers also have asked Northviile Mayor Paul Vernon, Livonia Mayor Ed McNamara and Plymouth Township Supervisor Maurice Breen to attend. The Concerned Citizens also actively are seeking donations for Uie fight. "Any amount is welcome," explained Eunice L. Swifzler, secretary-treasurer of the group, adding Uiat, if every family in the community supported Uie campaign wiui a few dollars, it would have the needed funds for Uie fight. She said Uie committee has applied for tax-exempt status and Uiat deductions will be tax-deducuble. Volunteers will be placing canisters in stores and businesses n Uie city and township to receive donations for Uie fight, Swltzler said. Co-presidents of Concerned Citizens are M.K. Rhoades and Ross B. Nor- Uirop Jr. David Field is first vice president and WUlam PhUlips, second. Members of Uie advisory board are A.M. Allen, N.H. Whiteside, Richard Ambler, William Sliger, Donald bicomo, Stanley Sonk, Charles Marino and WUliam Mlron. Township resident Liz McCarvUle, an active Democrat, has been working on Uie Concerned Citizens committee to try to get bipartisan support for Uie JiSiL NOTCE CTY OF WXOM Thb City of Wlxom s having their General City Election on Tuesday, November 8, The City Election is for the purpose of electing the following Officers: MAYOR Wayne Glessner Gary Lentz COUNCL Kevin Ayers Lee A. Middlekauff Charles T. Craig Edward J. Sallsz Nancy Dingeldey William E. Wyllie Also, the following question will appear on the General City Election Ballot: SHALL THE CTY OF WXOM GRANT A NON-EXCLUSVE FFTEEN (15) YEAR FRANCHSE TO GREATER MEDA CABLEVSON, NCOR PORATED; OF 3166 MARTN ROAD; WALLED LAKE, MCHGAN FOR THE OPERATON OF CABLE TELEVSON WTHN THE CTY? The League of Women Voters would like you to meet your candidates, who are running for office. On Thursday, October 27,1983, at 6:00 P.M., at the Wlxom City Hall; Pontlac.Trail; Wlxom, Michigan, these candidates will appear before the public and you will be able to hear what they stand for and how they plan on achieving t. Please come. This is your time to get to know the candidates who. n turn, will be elected by you on November 8,1983 at the General City Election. These people will be making decisions for you about your city, and t s up to you to know who you are voting for on (November B, REMNDER: CANDDATES NGHT-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27,1983 AT 8:00 P.M. Wlxom City Hail; Pontlac Trail; Wixom, Michigan June Buck Publish: & City Clerk, City of Wixom CTY OF WXOM A B S E N T E E TO THE QUALFED WXOM: BALLOTS ELECTORS OF THE CTY OF Absentee Ballots for the Tuesday, November General City Election may be obtained from the City Clerk's Office at the Wixom City Hall; Pontiac Trail; Wixom, Michigan 48096, from 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., on Monday thru Friday, and on the last day, being Saturday, November 5,1983 from 8:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. Publish: 10/19,10/26& 11/2/83 June Bucl<,City Clerk City of Wlxom Wednesday. October THE NOV-WALLED LAKE NEWS-11-A Paving plan killed by lack of support WOLVERNE - The vulage councu decided last week to forego paving Connecticut Street. n August the councu received a petition requesting Uiat a cost estimate for Uie proposed project be prepared by vulage engineers. But although 19 residents signed Uie petition, most opposed the paving when it was considered at an August councu meeting. The residents said Lhey could not afford the resurfacing and complained traffic is already uncontroued on Uie dirt and gravel road. "There's very little enuiusiasm for the project," said CouncU Member John Coxeter after a pou of Uie audience indicated five of seven residents attending Uie Wednesday, October 12, public hearing were opposed to paving UiesU-eet. n particular, they were not in favor of footing Uie $1,500 engineering bul ncurred when Uie cost estimate was prepared. Several residents repeated their complaint that Uie petition was "misrepresented" by Connecticut Street Resident Ron Walner who circulated t. "He never mentioned that f you signed t you'd be responsible for Uie engineering costs," said Larry Banko, of 1422 Connecticut. "He did misrepresent his intentions. He said it was for an esumate of how much it would cost to pave Uie road," Ronald Michels, of 2381 Brisbane, added. A True Fish Story. But CouncU President Tim Kozub noted the document circulated among Uie Connecticut Street residents deariy stated those who signed were obligated to pay Uie engineering fees for figuring the paving estimate. "Had it not been for the petition, this matter would never have come before Uiis councu," said CouncU Member Thomas Gerhard. "'m surprised at the turnout. We made a special effort to contact (the Connecticut Street residents) to notify them of this meeting. We've been trying to weigh Uie facts to determine whether Uie people reauy want Uie paving," he said. " don't think we can disregard whahappened a couple meetings ago," said Kozub of the August meeting Uiat was attended by about 16 ConnecUcut SUeet residents. AlUiough many agreed Uie dust and gravel flying into Uielr yards and Uirough their windows is a nuisance, Uiey also agreed paving the street would worsen traffic problems in the neighborhood. " don't see how we can go forward, even Uiough Uiere's been $1,500 incurred (by the petition signers)," Kozub concluded. The 19 residents who signed Uie petition each wul be responsible for approximately $78 of the engineering tab. Kozub said the engineering plans would be kept on fue so Uiat f Connecticut Street residents decide at a later date to pave Uie road, additional money wiu not have to be spent on engineering. Now \ ou can catch your fill at our All-you-can-cat 'ish & Chips Dinner. Keel in our tender cod served with lemon and tartar sauce, golden brown fries, tangy cole slaw and rolls. Served Wednesdays & Fridays from 5-10 p.m. $4.95 LVONA WEST 6 Mile Road & Ph VERTCAL BLNDS FOR PATO DOORWALLS THE *99** BUYS FABRC, P.V.C. PUSTC OR FABRC FOR A 6 FOOT DOORWALL, OFFER GOOD THRU LVONA Middlebelt HUTTKR HOP NC. OPEN SUN 12-5 FREE PLUS NSTALLATON AND MEASURNG (2 OR MORE) BRMNGHAM Woodward ST. CLAR SHORES 2440 Harper

8 '2-A-THF. NOV-WALLEDLAKE NEWS-Wadnesday, October 19,19&3 Wednesday. Octol)er19.198a-THE NOV-WALLEDLAKE NEWS-13-A Expanded airport would be a 'gross intrusion' Editorials JAO. HOFFMAN Viti Prc-siaeiil & General Manaobi HOL AND Pt1EF<S0N Extrculive Editor HMLP JEHOME MiinoQirifl Eailor Districts look ahead There must be a better way. That's one thing teachers, boards and district residents seem to agree on this year. Both Novi and Walled Lake have taken positive steps recently to avoid the agony of future teacher strikes. Earlier this month, the Novi school board called for all contract negotiations to be completed prior to the end of the school year. That district's three-week strike in 1982 is still fresh enough on the minds of both parties that a timely conclusion to 1984 negotiations has been named a top priority. Novi Board President Joan Daley noted how detrimental the climate of labor turmoil is to school operations. The Novi Education Association has expressed its support of the motion for early negotiations. Both parties should follow through on the good intentions. With the strike and anticipated layoffs in Walled Lake this year, the entire district is in an upheaval. But both the board and the union this week ratified a three-year contract agreement the only threeyear agreement in the district's history. On the teachers part, the ratification was a vote of trust in the community and the school board. According to association president Heidi Wilkins, the association recogized that with a one-year agreement, it would be difficult to convince parents, or even be certain themselves, that there would not be in a similar situation of confrontation with the school board next fall. The three-year agreement gives the board an opportunity to look again at options which the community has voiced opposition to in the past school closings, millage increases and twice-year tax collection. The three-year pact gives the community an opportunity to very literally put their money where their mouths have been over the past several weeks. Novi's promise for early negotiations and Walled Lake's acceptance of a three-year agreement are both positive moves for education in these communities. A one-year contract in Walled Lake would have forced teachers and school board back to the bargaining table before the district had a chance to begin a financial turnaround. And planning ahead with negotiations in Novi could very well spare the district a confrontatin similar to that which took place two years ago. Both actions demonstrate foresight, which is sometimes lacking when timetables for contract negotiations are considered. Novi's meeting goal Groundbreaking ceremonies for the Novi Hilton several weeks ago was another landmark event in the area's development. With the Sheraton Oaks already in place and construction of the Novi Hilton underway (a June 1985 completion date is anticipated), Novi is beginning to develop the amenities needed to help it reach its goal of becoming a suburban convention center. The presence of the Sheraton Oaks and Novi Hilton serves a twofold purpose. First, both hotels provide the telecommunications, conference and lodging facilities that are deemed important by major firms looking to establish regional headquarters. There is no question, for example, that the proposed Novi Hilton was a factor in the decisions of Hewlett Packard, Norris ndustries and Digital Equipment Corporation to locate in Novi's Orchard Hill Place Research/Office Park. Secondly, those same facilities will be important in helping the city attract the suburban convention trade. As the city develops a reputation as a convention facility, ancilliary development such as restaurants and entertainmentoriented businesses will follow the type of development envisioned, for example, in the Town Center Area. Novi's.potential to become a first-rate suburban convention center was cited at a Northville Chamber of Commerce function recently by William McLaughlin, a Northville resident and president of the Metropolitan Detroit Convention and Visitors Bureau. McLaughlin noted that the Sheraton Oaks and Novi Hilton in conjunction with the Livonia and Farmington Holiday nns, Plymouth Hilton and Mayflower Hotel in Plymouth will provide well over 1,000 convention rooms. " think great things are going to be happening in the next 20 years," said McLaughlin, adding that " hope we can erase that imaginary line at Eight Mile and the entire tri-county area can benefit." McLaughlin's comments were illuminating in the sense that he pointed out the necessity for looking at the overall "community," not just Novi or Northville or Wixom or Walled Lake. As the popular "high-tech" companies seen as highly-desirable non-residential development look for places to construct new buildings, their officials look at the overall community. Certainly the ileasant residential neighborhoods n Northville and Farmington Hills are every bit as important as the same residential opportunities in Novi or Wixom. The redevelopment of Northville's downtown area is an asset not only to NorthvUle, but also to firms perhaps seeking a site in Novi. McLaughlin reported that he recently took 20 travel agents from Belgium and Luxembourg on a "fan tour" of the area that included stops in downtown Northville and the Parmenter Cider Mill. As Novi works toward attracting the convention trade, certainly a day in downtown Northville with its unique shops and restaurants is an asset. As Novi works toward attracting high-tech companies to fill up its vast expanses of available acreage in Orchard Hill Place and Section 15, the quaint charm of downtown Northville and the pleasant residential opportunities in neighboring communities is another asset. The point is, as McLaughlin says, that the area has a potentially dynamic future. Each community should continue to work hard at self-improvement and, at the same time, be cognizant that improvements in one community benefit all communities by making the "overall community" an attractive place to live and work. This newspaper welcomes Letters to the Editor. We aslt, however, that they be issue oriented, confined to 500 words and that they contain the signature, address and telephone number of the writer. Names will be withheld on request, but a brief explanation of why the request is being made should accompany the letter. Deadline for submission is 3:30 p.m. Monday. We reserve the right to edit letters for brevity, clarity and libel. KATHY JENNNGS Nov! EdtOf PATRCA N. BOWLNG Walled Lake Edilot STEPHEN CVENQROS Spoclal Projects Drrector JAMES D GALBRATH Chiet Photographer STEVE FECHT SUM Photoflrapher JOHN GALLOWAr SUH Photographer Perspectives By PATRCAN. BOWLNG A college professor once warned me never to say, "'d love to do that someday.'' That had been my reply to a discussion about students going overseas to study. Too many people talk about "someday", he said. Too few ever act on their wildest dreams. He encouraged me, nearly forced me, to apply for overseas study programs. The following September was on a plane to the Far East for the most ncredible adventure of my life. was reminded of the excitement of that year overseas last week when had the opportunity to talk with a very inspiring couple. They are leaving their home, friends and educational careers and moving to Virginia where they will make their dream of owning a "country inn" a reality. When people read their story, there will be dozens who'll say, "'d love to do that someday." And they will wait all their lives for the opportunity to fall into their laps. These individuals would like you to believe they are somehow "caught" in a career, in a relationship, or n a particular city, because of circumstances they cannot change. The great vacation, the new job or new career are all things they plan to do "someday." But somehow priorities never include saving (or raising) money for the vacation or writing up the resume for the new job. My hometown in ndiana has many such individuals. Discontentment runs rampant amoung young adults trying to decide whether they want to spend their lives n a city where excitement peaks dring high school basketball season. There are those who decide to stay simply because they enjoy their hometown or the job they've found there. There are also many who hate it, but would rather com- Framework Drifters NOV-WALLED LAKE NEWS By Steve Fectit MCHAEL PREVLLE Sales Director GARY KELBER Advenlslng Manager SANDY MTCHELL Advertising Representative plain than face the challenge of leaving and trying something new. When they are not complaining about the city, they are * talking about "somedays." They talk about moving. They ' talk about the job in another city. But they balk at the challenge of actually movhig on. A friend from home came to visit my husband and recently. After listening to my husband talk about his new. career, our friend remarked, "Gee, wish could fall into : something like that someday." 've been told that my disdain for the attitude of people : who would rather gripe or just dream of the things they'd : f; like to do "someday" will wane when 'm older and more : "established" with a home, seniority n a career, or : perhaps a family of my own. tossed that argument out the window last week after talking with the couple, who plan to open their country inn. f '. any two people had reason to feel "entrenched". t would be this couple. He has 12 years n education; she has six. They live in a beautiful home they built and decorated.: themselves. They have established deep relationships, both : personal and professional n their community..: Despite all this, they embraced their dream of owning a : country inn and made it a reality. From Northvllle they will : move next month to a tiny town n northeastern Virginia : where they will begin transforming their newly acquired : 9th century colonial home into a restaurant and inn. "t was scary three years ago," she admits. " thought : couldn't leave the security. But stopped being afraid and : stopped looking backwards. Now t doesn't even occur to me to be scared." After the fact By PHLP JEROME 'm usually pretty good about not walking nto traps. After all, wasn't bom yesterday and like to think 'm smart enough to perceive when ' m being set up. That's why was so disturbed recently f when was had hook, line and sinker at a ' lawn party. Because there was something of a political flavor to this particular gettogether, the host had decided to give away door prizes. arrived n a timely fashion and received my name tag with the number 16 on t as the hostess marked my name and number n the g guest book, That was the first give-away the recording of the number and should have figured out right then and there that skullduggery was afoot. But didn't. n fact, never even suspected a trap was being set until the door had snapped behind me. About half way through the party, the host started awarding the door prizes by pulling numbers from a hat. First prize was, appropriately, a door a nice. nsulated storm door that was won by number 32. don't remember what second prize was, but t was something nice, and t was won by number 64. "Aha," said to the person next to me. "They seem to be working n multiples of 16." As fate would have t, was right. The host then announced that he had severalmore prizes, the three kittens running around - the yard. Now anyone who reads this column with any degree of regularity knows that my wife - thinks she's the patron saint of homeless kit- - tens; the last thing need at my house ismore cats. But what were the chances of my number being drawn from a pool of more than 100 people? relaxed. The host again put his hand n the hat and removed a tag. "Number 16," he announced. "Whohasnumberl6?" «uunt«i;. managed to get out of there without col-!.* P*"* - " ''n got home didn't tell my wife about my furry stroke offortune. She'd have probably gone back and picked them up. : To the Editor: The time is dangerously near when residents of Milford. Commerce, Lyon, Novi. Walled Lalte and yes - Wixom - ust take a position against Uiepropos- 'ed jet capable Wixom Airport expansion. The expansion can only be stopped by citizens attending Ute public meeting and expressing Uielr feelings, writing to their congressmen (both at state and federal levels) and, as with this letter, writing to their local newspapers. There are, unfortunately, many of our neighbors who are completely unaware of this proposed gross ntru- iion of our peaceful, quiet ambiance. There are those who are aware of the impending travesty, but feel that lowly citizens cannot stop something with as large a price tag as this one carries, and with the powers in back of it. There are some who picture jet planes in Wixom as so far removed from their homes Uiat the noise will cause no problem to Uiem. Some fell for the image of jet planes boring a vertical hole in the sky and not extending their cacophony over their heads at all hours of Uie day or night. Let's face a few facts: 1. n order to qualify for Uie required huge federal funds, the propoed runway must be 5,(K)0 feet long and be able to accommodate jets up to GO,(X)0 pounds. That is 30 tons and requires an enormovis amount of Uinist and noise to become airborne. 2. The present sod field of Wixom airport was cited n a recent DeUnit News article as one of many in this pact of Michigan which because of their remoteness and the lack of sufficient officers, is virtually uncontrollable in the trans-shipment of narcotics from Columbia to southern U.S. air strips and thence to Michigan. At present, one needs only to set the plane's transmitter at 106 and press the key Uiree times in three seconds, and automatic landing lights will light at Wbcom airport. The accomodation of 60,000 pound jets could eliminate the U-ansfer operation and attract direct shipment of narcotics. 3. When one watches Uiose T.V. commercials, one gets a feel of Uie magnitude of Uie competition in the overnight package shipping industry. The planes used in these operations are typically twin-engined jets and turboprop jets which please believe one who has lived next to an aiiport - sound like the "banshees from hell" and normally take off and land at 3 or 4 a.m. Clinical sleep tests have proven that, even though a person has "become used" to lough noises, heart rate and blood pressure rise and body function are affected by sudden noises during sleep. n recent times, people in this area have successfully united gainst unwanted intrusions in our serene surroundings. The "Kensington Carnival," Uie Proud Lake Rifle Range, gravel mining expansions and many ouiers have risen and been defeated by Uie demonstration by citizens of a unified resistence. The proposed Wlxom airport expansion is only another such nuisance which demands stopping. Please tell your neighbors and friends about this Uireat to our community and attend the Milford Township Board of Trustees meeting tonight, Wednesday, October 19 at 7:30 p.m. At Uiis meeting Uie board will be given copies of a resolution of condemnauon against the Wixom Airport expansion and requested to adopt it. Of greater importance is the impending Wixom Airport public hearing on Thursday, November 17 at 7:30 p.m. n Wixom Municipal Center, Pontlac TraU. At Uiis meeting. Uie airport board will hear oral comments and receive written statements on Uie expansion subject. f you are at all concerned wlui perserving your domesuc tranquility (and that of generations to come), preventing pollution, traffic hazards, overhead dangers and Uie mpact of all Uiis on your home value and resale desirability, please attend these meetings and speak up and contact your government functions. Thomas Llewellyn. Chairman, South Milford Against Sound Harrassment P.M. Magazine host trusts instincts for success By KAAREN PETERS Gary Cubberly, host/producer of Novi resident and Channel' 2's P.M. Magazine Detroit, shoots Uie program segments first and then writes Uie script. He doesn't even like prepared questions. Gary Cubberly n a little horseiilay with sons and friends 'School employees help food program NOV - School district employees played a major roll n the success of the Novi Emergency Food Program last year, accordhig to Project Coordinator inda Crawford. "Without your support," said Crawford in a letter to district employees, "we would have had to close the doors this summer. "You were virtually the sole reliable contribution that we received. With the money that you have sent, we have been able to purchase the food that we needed to stock the shelves of the program and, in turn, pass it on to the needyofourcity." C r i E M C A L 8>E0S>LC are coming November J n d n m i 9 t h Superintendent Robert Piwko reported last week that school district employees have contributed a total of more than $6,000 to the emergency food program through payroll deductions. "We're extremely proud of our employees," commented Plwko. "The food program went strong at first, but then dropped off dramatically. f t hadn't been for Uie contributions of our employees, the program might have gone under." Anyone wishing to make a contribution to the Novi Emergency Food Program is asked to contact Crawford at Put 4 Yourself /Together Party ' *"Oct.22,1p.m. Let the experts show you how to look your best with the right clothes, accessories, makeup, and hair styles. Reglaterl Win compleu makeovw plus a 1100 Qift Certificate. Drawing October 22,1963 Makeover ncludes new halrstyllng (haircut, color and/or permanent wave, makeup, manicure and/or nallwrap). Pertonsllzed Wardrobe ConsuWallon n a sense, that's the way he has lived his life. He trusts his nstincts and his ntelligence to get him where he wants to Have You Met This Agent J Kevins. Ayers Vou should meet him, get to know him. He has he answers to your n surance problems Auto, Life, Business, Home, He may save you money, too. Call him soon. AYERS AGENCY n Wixom Pontlac Trail at Wixom Rd, Bus Res C)TY OF WALLED LAKE NOTCE OF AVALABLTY A copy of the 1982 Survey of Local Government Finances, a report on the use of funds, is available for public nspection at the offices of the City Clerk, 1499 E. West Maple Road, Walled Lake, lichigan, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., along with supporting documentation. Rby Lewandowski Publish: 10/19/83 City Clerk mm NOW APPEARNG Dawn & Night Life" TMS. Sea. S:M p.a. - l:m (.a. Coming Attractions SUNDAY MCHT Oct. 31 2/1 All Evening "Mystique" Live Nov. 14 Enlertainment 'Over Tlie Wall" for your liatening and dancing pleasure 6-Mile Hd. & -27S l'hdne464 JOO UVONAWEST 1 go. "There's only one way to learn this business, and that's doing it," he said recently. "'ve been lucky." But neither luck nor his informal style can belle the hard work and concentrated energy which also contributed to his success. Whatever he's doing - voice-overs to introduce or close segments, an interview or the "36-second" tour of the station - gets his undivided attention. He doesn't waste time, but there is no sense of the frantic pace you know must be part of patting together five halfhour shows a week. n conversation, Cubberly is an intense person who cleariy hates labels. "'m a newsperson, but 'm not," he says when asked to describe his work. "'m an entertainer, but 'm not. "People tend to want to put you in a niche," he continues. " won't let them do that to me. 'm a person just like the millions of other people out there. happen to be in broadcasting. You draw on everything you are in this business.'' Although he cleariy enjoys the business - his role as producer as much as the on-air work which has made him a local celebrity T- he refuses to admit to being happy. "When someone asks f you're happy, t implies contentment," he says, explaining his dislike of the term. "'m never contented. 'm always looking for new things to do and learn." He s proud of being an ndividualist. "Let me do it my way," he says. "f it works, 'll take the praise. f t doesn't, 'll take the blame." Cubberiy also praises the professionals with whom he works, "Everyone knows there's no time for mistakes, and4liey all work hard." With 60 to 70 percent of the show produced locally more than any other P.M. Magazine n the country, there's a lot of work for the five producers and staff of 18. Five hours of taping can result in only one short segment of air time. n explaining the heavy concentration of local material, Cubberiy says he believes that "when you serve a community you should serve t, not be so concerned wlui whether or not you get national exposure." Even as a high school student and professional musician Ln New Jersey, he was a maverick of sorts. "They didn't know what to do with me," he recalls. Fortunately, an astute counselor suggested he nquire about the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City and while there, he got a job as an ABC page. "t was a horrible job," he says now. "Basically you're an errand boy. But t was a great place to learn if you kept your mouth shut and your eyes opened." Cubberiy sees all experiences as learning ones. Even a three-year stint n the Army provided an opportunity to continue his music training at the U.S. Naval School of Music and begin broadcasting on Armed Forces radio and television. After his discharge he got a job as a radio newsreporter in New Jersey. For the next seven years he was an on-air personality, talk show host/producer, operations manager and program director n the New York/New Jersey area. Then he moved to the Midwest. " had decided wanted to do television and knew 'd have to get out of New York," he says n explaining the unorthodox professional move. "t's like anywhere else. Once you've done one thing, you tend to get classified and it's hard to break into anything dif Novi Jaycee's H A U N T E D H O U S E October 20th-31th Come See Us ForA 'Spooktacuiar " Time!! Proceeds to go to various community programs Novi Road South of 1-96 ferent.'* ' Cubberiy thrives on variety, which s why he liked his next job in Youngstown, Ohio. People find it hard to stereotype a talk show host, he explains. "n one segment you can interview a physicist and be accepted for Uiat. n the next you can cook with a Chinese chef or Jump on a trampoline and be accepted for that." He was successful enough to be invlted.to explain Uie show's operation at Uie 1979 convention of the National Association of Television Program Executives. n 1980 he was recruited by WJBK TV-2 to host Morning Magazine, in 1981 Gary developed, produced and hosted an evening audience-participation show called Face to Face. Since 1982 and a managerial shake-up at the station, he has been host/producer of P.M. Magazine Detroit. Refusing Uie stereotyped way of doing thhigs s how Gary ended up in Novi. " discovered Novi," he jokes. When he moved to the Detroit area, the station gave him a list of neighborhoods with quick access to the Southfleld studio. The list didn't nclude Novi. When they couldn't find a house immediately available in any of the listed areas, Cubberiy did t his way. WhUe having lunch at the Southfleld Sheraton, he asked the waiter where he'd buy if he was just moving here. The man answered, "Novi, it's the upand-coming place." "f was moving here now, 'd still choose Novi," he says. " like the community. The schools and the people are great." Cubberiy's aversion to retrlctlve cliches colors his thinking about his future, "When was 251 was often asked where wanted to be in five years. t's a favorite job nterview question and had a stock answer. Now don't." Cubberiy's energy and engaging manner have brought him success, most recenuy the 1982 Emmy Award for Best On-Air Personality. He has every reason to trust to the future without a script. L

9 14-A-THE NOV-WALLEDLAKE NEWS-Wednesday,0cl0Den9,1983 Fireworks expert designs color, smoke display By LEANNE ROGERS WXOM - There is more to a fireworics display than a lot of color, smoke and explosions. A good pyrotechnicai artist has a program planned for its best effect. "1 have wanted to run a program in the newspaper, listing the order in which the shells will go off," said Keith Mannisto of Starworics. "People have laiked to about the different shells see a lot more variety in the display. They also get spoued as they know more," Mannisto, who lives in Northville, is responsible for the July 4 displays in Wixom and Northville as well as the annual festival at the Finnish Camp. "Wixom is one of my biggest displays. 1 used 160 shells there and miscellaneous others," Mannisto said, "1 used roman candles and 300 screaming missiles for the finale," Among some of the more familiar shells are chrysanthemums which explode into a flower-like pattern, throwing jets of color from their centers. "The chrysanthemum always gets good oohs and aahs from the audience," commented Mannisto. "The colorchanging shells are popular like the golden palm tree. t has a thiclc tail as it explodes." Color-changing shells are constructed by rolling a starter, such as bird seed or styrofoam seeds, in various chemicals. "t's kind of like jawbreakers that have different colored levels, "Mannisto said. "The seeds are all placed in a bail and the center of the ball is filled with a colored powder." As the shell explodes, Mannisto said, the seeds move away, burning different colors. A special chemical can be added to create a whistling sound, he added. A professional fireworks display costs an average of JlOO per minute, Mannisto said. Shells range in price from $6 to JlOO each. Many explosive pieces are handmade, adding to their cost, "One of the biggest problems with automation is if you are making things by hand and something doesn't fit you Keith Manisto taites tiiese flreworits... New Super Sewer supported by Novi Continued from Novi, 1 priority would be elevated to an even higher position. "We strongly recommend that you participate in this project, thus entitling your community to grant funds at 75 percent of the eligible cost with the possibility of receiving these funds as early as this fall." Novi officials voted Monday to accept a concept for the Rouge Valley plan, Kriewall recommended the move, saying it "is what we've been trying to get approved of late," The support does not call for any financial committment at this time,. Novi is among the communities seeking sewage alternatives after Super Sewer plans were dropped, because the city is very close to its limite for the ANTQUE CLOCKS Sales & Repairs amoung to sewage it Can send downstream. The city is allowed to send a specific amount of sewage to Detroit for treament. The amount of flow reserved for Novi is the system is known as "capacity." f the city does not obtain additional capacity, Novi's development could be limited. By joining with other communities in development of the plan for a parallel sewer system into Detroit Novi epxects to obtain additional capacity. As an additional incentive for approving concept, Wayne County Public Works Department Head Duane Bgeland suggested if the improvements to the Rouge Valley System are combined with the project to provide service to those formerly in Super Sewer the $30 million project could be completed for a cost of $5 million to local municipalities. liohthvlle Watch ChckShop.l;:ftafg. 132W DUNLAP NORTHVLLE Kathleen and Vince (Formerly of Hair Cut House-120aks) Have joined the staff of 'Tr'afned " Kathleen & Vnce offer 10% off on all hair services with this ad thru Nov. 15,1963 West Oaks Shopping Center Novi (across from 1g-0aKB) 34'0*354'4 Laurel- Open daily 9:30-6 P.M. Thurs. * Fri. H 9 9M. 4JJ FUBHTm TV PNE STAND Light or Dark Finish on ca.sters Quantities Limited 584 W. Ann Arbor Trail (Bet. Lillcy Rd. & Main St.) Plymouth Age 30 to 60? 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"A machine goes to a certain point and if too much pressure is involved, off it goes and there goes your whole building." Nearly everything used in the construction of fireworks is scrap, Mannisto said, since the materials will be burned in a matter of seconds. To keep costs low, Mannisto said he drives to Missouri to buy fireworks directly from the manufacturer. Extra care is needed when driving a vehicle loaded with explosives, he added. The materials are stored at a local fireworks manufacturing facility for safety. The shells are fired from metal or paper mortars mounted in racks, he continued. n most cases rockets, a cylinder attached to a stick, are not used in rack-mounted mortars since they might accidently be launched into the crowd or storage area. "The mortars are reuseable. The paper ones are safer because if a shell explodes in the mortar you only have pieces of paper flying," Mannisto commented. "f you use the paper ones several times close together they can get too hot and catch on fire," Any time fireworks are used, there is a potential danger. "f the rack fell over, the shells or rockets could be aimed in the wrong direction," Mannisto said. "That hasn't happened but you can't be too careful." LVONA MDDLEBELT (Between 5 and 6 Mile) LVONA Open Monday through Friday 9 a,m,-9 p.m, Saturday 9 a,m,-6p,m. - Phone; Taking precautions is a key to pyrotechnicai work, Mannisto said, whether it's in making the shells, transporting explosives or detonating them. " don't view fireworks as any more dangerous than driving a car. People are trained to drive cars; you need to be trained to do fireworks," he said. " and turns them into a Fourth of July extravaganza /aq,yd. Salo Good thru October 31,1983 started out doing fireworks with my imcle when was young. have all my fingers. People who got into fireworks other ways can't say the same." 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He found something in one of those sprinklers, something that could revolutionize the automobile industry and make him a very rich man in the process. Werner, chairman of Final Engineer- ' ng and Development Company, ncorporated, works out of a small, unobtrusive building n Lyon Township, Just north of South Lyon. nside are some cramped offices cluttered with piles of paper and decorated with an EPA mileage chart. Most of the building's space is devoted to research and development of Werner's odd-looking nventlon-the Centrifugal njection System (CS). "This parucular item (thecs) s the ' top priority," explained Werner, who said he has attended several colleges but holds no degree. "t's all that we're working on at this time." The CS, a device designed to replace standard carburetors, was born, believe it or not, on a golf course in Ann Arbor, where Werner was raised. There, while setting out water sprinklers, Werner noticed that by increasing the water pressure, the sprinkler would spin faster and throw out a finer spray. A good deal of nventions are bom through the unique application of current technology. The same was true with Werner. He wondered what would happen if the speed of the sprinkler ncreased while the water decreased. He hooked up an electric motor to the device, turned up the speed, fed t Just a trickle of water and created what he described as a ground fog. " figured if you could do that with water, why can't you do it with gasoline," Werner explained, pointing out that gasoline s much more explosive in ts gaseous state as opposed to its liquid state. That same principle was applied to the CSi Centrifugal force created by an electric motor forces small amounts of gasoline nto the alrstream, breaking up the gasoline into tiny, uniform specks. The mbcture s then directed n the traditional manner to the combustion chamber, where the fuel bums more completely because t s more uniform and smaller n size, according to Werner. Werner, a South Lyon resident, claims that his device has increased gasoline mileage by as much as 100 percent on test vehicles. Overall, Werner said the usual mileage increase is 50 percent at steady highway speeds. While the mileage mprovement decreases with city driving, the CS still beats the standard carburetor, said Werner, who uses the device on his vehicle. Seminar offers word processor advancements n advanced word processing course, including advanced document editing and use of math and sort functions, will be conducted by the Oakland University Division of Continuing Education beginning October 20. Experience on the Wang word processor s required. The noncredit course will be n four sessions: lectures from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursdays, October 20 and November 13, and hands-on experience Saturdays, October 22 and November 5. Enrollment is limited, tuition is $80. For information, call the Continuing Education office, since 194? Michigan Aiuminum ucuaitt oooat Products Co. wc acat»nr mice Werner explained that the big drawback with standard carburetors is the ncomplete bumlhg of the fuel, which results in high emissions and wasted gasoline. With the CS,, which has no float bowl, no choke or other parts that commonly plague carburetors, the fuel mixture s finer and bums more completely, thereby cutting waste and emissions, Werner explained. While Werner has tested the device in over 70,000 miles of "real world" driving, he was especially excited over the results recenuy received from Conely Speed-Machine Shop, an ndependent laboratory in Brighton. n a letter to Wemer. Jack Conely stated that "the 'Werner Centrifugal njection System' shows a distinct > mprovement n economy over the standard carburetor on the subject test engine." According to Conely's test results, the CS showed ncreases n economy of 26 to 51 percent, depending on the speed of the engine. Both test engines were sbccylinder, 2S0-cublc-lnch Chevrolet units. One was equipped with the CS and the other with a standard onebarrel carburetor. "This (the independent test) makes this invention worth billions," exclaimed Werner. "t (thecs) does work!" The test does mark a culmination for Wemer. 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10 2-B-SOUTH LYON HERALD-NORTHVLLE RECORD-WALLED LAKE-NOV NEWS-THE MLFORD TMES-Wednesday, October 19,1983 Business Briefs TWO NORTHVLLE RESDENTS have accepted leadership positions in the United Foundation 1983 Torch Drive, Thomas F. Russell, chairman and chief executive officer of Federal-MogiU Corporation and general chairman of this year's fund-raising program, said. Addison Kline, director of personnel for the Fruehauf Corporation, is serving as northeast unit region 1 chairman, and Terrance Smith, ndustrial relations manager of the Wixom Assembly Plant of Ford Motor Company, s northwest unit region chairman. The northeast and northwest units are part of the community campaigns which solicit small businesses and offices and ndividual givers throughout the tri-county area. Noting that the high rate of unemployment, government cutbacks to certain social service agencies and the increased cost of providing services have contrtbuted to the pressing human needs of the tri-county community, the Torch Drive committee says that this year's Torch Drive volunteer team wul be asking for increased contributions to help maintain the present level of support for these services. The reporting phase of the 35th annual Torch Drive wul run from October 17 through November 10. The United Foundation Torch Drive helps provide operating funds for 136 charitable organizations in the tri-county area. DON'T WALK N PAN - MOST FOOT PROBLEMS CAN BE CORRECTED N OUR OFFCE ngrown Toenails Corns/Callouses Fractures & Sprains «Warts (hands & feet) J Bunions i Adult & Cnildren's Foot Problems. Office & Hospital Surgery Heel & Arch Pain FOOT SPECALSTS FOOT SURGEONS HOURS BY APPONTMENT DR. H. LEFKOWTZ DR.. STENER PODATRSTS MOST MAJOR NSURANCE PLANS ACCEPTED 1183 S. MUford Rd., Highland, Lakevlevi? Plaza Sprinkler action leads to fuel-saver invention Wednesday. October 19,1983-SOUTH LYON HERALD-NORTHVLLE RECORD-WALLED LAKE-NOV NEWS-THE MUFORD TtMES-3B MAGGE WALKER DR. MCHAEL DE RUBES MAGGLB WALKER has Joined the staff of Rymal Symes Realtors in Novi as a residential marketing associate. Walker and her husband, Al, an electronics supervisor at CBS/Pox in Farmington Hills, moved to the area recently from Ann Arbor where she was affiliated with Blanchard Associates, Realtors. The Walkers have two daughters in college: Joanne attends Central Michigan and Nancy attends Acadia in Nova Scotia. Rymal Symes President Conrad Jakubowski said Maggie Walker's years of experience in real estate and her genuine helpful attitude should be very beneficial to her new customers and clients n the Novi community. "Maggie Walker is a tremendous asset to our staff," said Jakubowski. DR. MCHAEL DE RUBES has obtained his license to practice optometry. He is now practicing with his father, Dr. Angelo De Rubels, in their office at 644 North Milford Road in the VUlage of MUford. De Rubels graduated in Lakeland High School's 1976 Charter Class. He continued his education at the University of Michigan, majoring in biology and behavioral psychology. During the past four years he has devoted his time to studying optometry at the llinois College of Optometry in Chicago. There he specialized in contact lens fitting, orthokeratology (reshaping the cornea using contact lenses to reduce and eliminate the need for corrective lenses), and pediatric optometry. n May he received his doctorate in optometry and was awarded the rving M. Borish Award for his outstanding research in the field of contact lenses and their effects on the eye. Working with his father, De Rubels is now performing comprehensive optometric examinations while providing his expertise n both standard and specialized fitting of all avauable types of contact lenses and orthokeratology. Due to his nterest n pediatric optometry, he also offers full scope optometric service for infants and chudren, including developmental and perceptual analysis along with therapy. De Rubels stated that he is looking forward to working with the )eople of this area in establishing superior quality, full scope visual lea th care. DANEL T. PROVOST of Manufacturers Bank-Novl attended the 39th annual session of the Herbert V. Prochnow Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsln-Madlson this summer. Sponsored by the 16 state bank associations in the Central States Conference of Bankers Associations, the school was established in 1945 to provide bankers with advanced study and research in banking, economics and monetary problems. This year some 1,225 students from 43 states and Puerto Rico attended the school. HOLLOWAY CONSTRUCTON Company of Wixom was low bidder on a state road project in Oakland and Genesee counties, the Michigan Department of Transportation announced September 26. The company's bid of $9,302,150 on the project to resurface 15.8 miles on 1-75 freeway from south of OrtonvUle Road near Pontiac north to one mue north of the Oakland Line was low. Work is to be completed by October, All low bids must be approved by the State Transportation Commission and the State Administrative Board before contracts are awarded, MDOT stated. JOHN McMARTN, of McMartln Jewelry, 440 North Main Street, Milford, has been awarded the title of Registered Jeweler by the American Gem Society. The Society, an association of fine jewelers pledged to consumer protection and gemological education, awards the title to member jewelers who obtain advanced professional knowledge and skul through hands-on experience, gemological courses and annual examinations. McMartln grew up in the Jewelry industry as a watchmaker's son. Currently, his duties include setting diamonds, diamond quality analysis, gem purchasing and reproduction of photos for advertising. Like his father, he has chosen to pursue the field of gemology. McMartln is secretary of the Economic Development Corporation of MUford. President Robert Spratford, of the American Gem Society, said, " want to congratulate McMartin on achieving a level of skul reached only by some 2,000 retau jewelers in the United States and Canada. He has qualified as a Registered Jeweler through his personal desire to increase his knowledge of gemology, and through the store's subscribing to business principles set down by the Federal Trade Commission, Better Business Bureau, and the Society's own code of ethics.'' We need your type. Donate + Blood. Anit'rifun R*'d Cro.sN 1 g CASH for LAND CONTRACTS & BtAl ESTATrtOANS WESTON Visit Our Showroom WNDOW REPLACEMENT NC. Al SO AVALABLE "The Energy Tight Poll,! Window WEATHER SHELD ENERGY Hiohland Hd. EFFCENT WOOD WN- Harll """S N NSULATED OR (M-M) Mariiana TRPLE-GLAZED GLASS, V2 Mile E. of 23 BLOWN-N CELLOULOSE NSULATON We nstal All Year Do f OH Have QueHtions Ahmit Call Caneer TTfTTrrr} Toll.f'ree 's.«am«mblt door*. Nui tnm *ppur»nct. short TWO AREA AGENTS have qualified as members of the 1983 Executive CouncU of New York Life nsurance Company. Both Edtvard W. Grace of NorthvUle and Davi(i P. Porta of Brighton now are on the Executive CouncU composed of New York Life's outstanding agents. Membership is based on sales records, according to General Manager Fred E. Rogers, CLU, of the company's Northland-Detroit General Office. RCHARD AND ELANE PARKER have announced their association with Real Estate One-MUford. Richard, who recently passed his state broker's exam, comes to Real Estate One with five years of sales and listing experience. Elaine recently obtained her sales agent's license. FOOTE GRAVELY TRACTOR on Grand River in Novl has been notified by Gravely nternational that it ranks 26th in the nation and first Ui the State of Michigan in the sale of Gravely tractors and products. Pictured above on the Gravely 8123 model lawn and garden tractor are Betsy, Charies and Lisa Foote, owners of the Gravely dealership at Grand River betweeataft and Beck roads. n addition to the Gravely product line, the Foote Gravely dealership carries Kubota diesel tractors, Ariens snowblowers and tulers, Toro snowblowers and mowers, Kerosun heaters and Lawn Boy mowers. The Footes attribute their success to individualized service and extensive fouow-up maintenance. JANET McCLNTOCK time to install it a long time to enfoy it m CM imtao En oy (h«convcnitnn. Mfcly and low malntciwnct of an all->tnl Blico BaMintnl Door. You'll like lu mat, irim appearance. cam ol opcralkin, and llm way ihtdt rain, ll't a great d»ll-youiml( projeci and actualiy com cm than.having a new wooden door bull Stop n lor a replacement brodiwre and check all the leaiurct ol a Blica Baicmenl loor. 'Omfl U lumcllm ud all nulcnl Hew H u d s o n L u m b e r Qrand River New Hudson JANET McCLNTOCK, ASD, was named 1983 Contract Designer of Distinction at the second annual awards program of the Michigan Chapter of the American Society of nterior Designers. A NorthvUle resident, Mc- Clintock is director of design for Library Design Associates of Plymouth. The award, presented during the Orchids and Onions luncheon at the Savoyard Club, was given for the design of the interior of the new Royal Oak Campus Library of Oakland Community CoUege. FREE GAS FURNACE M FREE HEAT EXTRACTOR: To raise your present system up to 0 efficjegsy ivihi pmthflm of ihf Putcn a new aupe' «ii(cioni 0 WBamonron' heal pump..heel his Kiniot and cod ne»t jummor mm enornv Mying encioncy, mir TOM MM MMT MVM MONAM NMn To gi'i youi iim- matchmg GEEM-CU'V.-Q.S lomnct' if modolsi o< The H««i E (tiacio* ou(cho*e n CE Weaiheriion fio.ii pumci M condilionpi and in»tamilk)fl sefvicps lor tiolti rrom you' pan.cipalirk) Of-in-t insijii,ii.on muhl Ocmeen Sep iemt)c(gnnddeccmbo( S 1983 A S3O0 Ci»h rt-funa m.iv tw soicctmi m l.eu ol \t\f tr(t> (urn.icoa' HoAl Cilr.ictoi Air Kins Heating & Coolinfl (Livingston County) or ciieck he Yellow Pages for the GE dealer nearest you. GENERAL M ELECTRC NEwmommBACK mrskprogram F T DOESNT SNOW WE'LL RETURN YOUR DOUGH. AND YOU KEEP THE SNOWTHROWER! Buy a Toro Snowthrower before December 10, 1983, and if it snows less than 20% of average this season, you get all your money back and Haven't you done without a Toro long enough? you keep the Toro. f it snows less than 50% of average you get 50% of your money back. And you stiu keep the Toro. f it snows more than that you'll really be glad you bought a Toro snowthrower. Offer includes S-140, S-200R. S-200E, S-620E. and all two stage models. Come in for fiill details. T E G R A V E L Y T R A C T O R Grand River (V\/estofTaft) S a v e H u n d r e d s All vqu need to lose. 159 No hidden costs No gimmicks ncludci Doctor» CAamln«llon ane all Mlghi loii Mckt. Nov! Mon.-Fri. 9-5 Sat of Dollars Susan Qoulct Lost 82 lbs. " Mi'dkdlly ndlcjicd lahoralofv iuii arc covered a paid lor by nsuriinciv including Blue Cross «Blue hhii-ld o( Michiciiin. JnJ'rl''; Vo".""."'." P."!L''"' " 'njechona and no prepackaaed food, U» e l O, 3 0 a m n l b s. CALL TODAY FOR YOUR thmlaanumftmau twwriwff mrmxmuu, FREE cowsultatiom QuicK weight Loss CentTr vs. The Competition ' Weight Loss Clinic $389 Diet Center $350. Physicians Weight Loss Center $463. Weight Watchers $i6i Quick Weight Loss Center... $159." ;o',p"wdbiliros!.''''''" "> - 'P'""-" li..p..i"h service Prices P.scd QUCK UiCGHT LOSS C6NT6RS BRGHTON ' MejorCfedHCMjgAcceptwt.MoMfKMBn.frtW'TiSitii.l Get a Great Big Deal ON A STHL rue WOHLD-t JtUWO CMA/M taw PURCHASE A NEW STHL AND GET THS BONUS PACK!! mut.. CHOOSE FROM MODELS: a,032 ncluding: CASE FLE EXTRA CHAN HANDLE ENG. OL 'WEDGE SAVE SS"" to SO"" STHi: TheWeildbUiVailMlfaigClMialsw HGHLANDOUTDOOR CENTER 1135 S. Milford Rd., Highland -fp SAT. 9tol miles. ofm-s9 Sanies M-F 9to5 i Continued from 1 Roger Werner has high hopes for his invention the CS. "'ve put every dime 've i got in the world into this thing," he added. The test also opens the door to further advances. Werner said he has been approached by General Motors about testing the device on one of GM's cars. ronically enough, Werner said he approached the major car companies years ago but received a "poor reception." He said he got so much "hocus pocus paperwork and signing your life away" that he was turned off. He also said several firms expressed an interest in investing in the CS on seeing the report. He added that the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) required some preliminary testing before the CS could be tested in EPA labs. Of course, there is still some work that needs to be done before the CS becomes part of America's automotive scene. "We've got a few bugs to get out M A C P A will hear Murphy Oakland County Executive Daniel T. Murphy will be featured speaker at the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants (MACPA) Celebrity Breakfast Series Wednesday, October 26. The event at the Michigan nn in Southfield will include two other Oakland officials: Economic Development Manager Jeff Kaczmarek and Economic Development Analyst Jack Driker. All three speakers will discuss "New Business - What the Future Holds." Beginning at 7:30 p.m. the two-hour program represents one hour of continuing professional education for CPAs attending. Safety seminar is offered The Mictiigan Department of Labor, Safety Education and Training Division (SET) and the Associated General Contractors of America will conduct a special construction safety seminar November 1 at the AGCA chapter Buildhig, Schaefer Highway, Detroit. Beginning at 8:30 a.m., the program will address such topics as MOSHA changes that affect the construction ndustry; a look at the causes of construction accidents, injuries and fatalities; how to prevent accidents through awareness programs, and free help icomplylng with Michigan construction safety standards. A fee of $12 is due when iregisterlng and includes lunch. Reservations can be made through Charles Dudek, Associated General Contractors of America, Schaefer Highway, Detroit, Michigan, Deadline for reservations is October 24. U P T O $ * T R A D E - N A L L O W A N C E O N A N E W G t A V E L Y. B T H E G R A V E L Y S Y S T E M Pholo by JOHN GALLOWAY of it for 100 percent driveabuity," said Werner, explaining that a problem with the idle circuit causes occasional stalling. The Conely report also confirmed tlie need for more work "The 'Werner Centrifugal njection System' does need further engineering to smooth out the operation and control the flow of fuel," the report stated. But with 160 mulion registered motor vehicles in the United States, Werner has a great deal of incentive. He figures that if he received the proper financing, he could tool up for the large scale manufacturing of the CS in six months. About 120 days later, the first manufactured CS would be available to the general public at an estimated list price of $600. And even if he equips Just 10 percent of the motor vehicles in the nation, Werner will be looking at gross sales of $9.6 billion. And you can buy a lot of water sprinklers with that kind of cash. 6RANP OPENNG NOVEMBER 1st ABUNOANTJOV BOOKSTORE 345N.Uffly6tte Soiitii Lyon Bundles Of Slab Wood 4x4x8 $ Limited Supply W i x o m C o - o p e r a t i v e 493S0 Pontlac Trail Wixom GAS FURNACE «d FREE HEAT extractor: fmars 95% Efficient jvmi pwdibm of tbt " t rwlilial C Wootkortroii' beat inmip ivifv PurcnaM a nom super ptlicient GE Ehiu VMalhonron' heat pump heal his winier and cool noil summof with energy saving ooicioncv Tu qi't yi)ui lut "'.111 rii'ni dl Ti.-: q,,-, i,,mt. f.iihi.-ki PH.'. $.J(K)'i; hc yb-. crtk.i'nl (i.«n,ltl- l>'' M(M( f >ll.,< liir ihiirluv.',1 01 f Ml- AiMllU-n'Ofl rif.tl Pomp t.r fi)nim.(n>fi iwx rvi.r.-f,..mij...i.tciiun'.-k.h : H.K,U' p.n lid[),il"1( (fimlfi fv.mmlpih' '"i.m (ir im'taci'n 'J.U-HHT ' HhU )i l>'ti"i,'l' 'th.l Air King Heating & Cooling (Livingston County) or check the Yellow Pages for he GE deoler nearest you. GENERAL ELECTRC Now your old tractor and attachment can be worth up to $1000 in trade on a new Gravely 6000 series tractor and attachment. t's your chance to trade up to the dependability of all-gear direct drive and famous Gravely quality. Gravely Riding Tractors come in five versatile models designed to accommodate over 20 attachments that let you handle almost any grounds maintenance need. Drop by your Gravely Dealer for a hands-on demonstration. And then let him hand you a great deal on a new Gravely. Sale ends 12/15/83. 'Trade-in value depends on condition of tractor and attachment and new Gravely model purchased. K)TE GRAVELY TRAaOR GRAND RiVER-NOV :westoftaft) Si?.v FREE PUMPKN WTH ANY PURCHASE Plus BG DSCOUNTS Ml'''' ' * l! l d g l l '. '114. lmk..vi4mt'i']i The beautiful Early Amorlcan tyling & hs auahty ALL $399 3 PECES eonslrucllon of hlt So»s, Chslr A Oltomanlor Sofa «tmwai) ra usually only found n groups coitlnb twics ss much! 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11 sou:" LVON HERALD-NOHTHVLLE RECORD-WALL ED LAKE-NOV NEWS-THE MLFORD TlMES-WeanebOay, OeioDen9, 1983 One local call places a want ad in over 64,000 homes through the following newspapers: Northville Record (313) Walled Lake News Novi News (313) (313) South Lyon Herald (313) Milford Times (313) Brighton Argus (313) County Argus/Pinckney Post (313) Country Argus/Hartland Herald (313) Fowlerville Review (517) Livingston County Press (517) ANMALS J RATES 10 Words for $ * Per Word OverlO Subtract 35' for repeat insertion of same ad Classified Display Contract Rates Available J Want ads may be placed un 3:30 p m. Monday, lor that week's edition. Read your advcmisernen the llrst time il appears, and report any error immediately. Sliger/- Livingslon Newspapers will not issue credit (or errors in ads after the tirst ncorrect insertion. POLCY SAUMENl All»d»eni»if,g publibfictd H Slig«i/LivinQ»lon NuMiipdptifk lb bubittcl 10 ihe conof. ionk sltfltid in hti tfpplicablu f«lo caid, copit»b ol which AD availadlu trom hu «dvurli5ing dupkrlmunt. Sllgui/' livlngblun NtiMSpaptil. 104 W Main. Noilh.iilt,. Micmgan 4aier 3] M> Sligtu/Uivingbton NewRpapuis id»t,rva& hu fight not lo accapl an advarlietof'b oraai Sliga'/Livingalon Nowtipapttis adlaktifs have no authoiily 10 Dind UUS fiem&paptfi and only piiblicalion ol an adverlisumunl ahall constitule linal acceplancti ot he *dv«flis»*''»oidof f:gu«l houbiitg OpiK>Muniiy sialamuni We aru ptklottd lo he l»tlu, and tpiitl ol U S policy loi hu achie.entani ol oqual houa. ing opponuniiy hioughoul lia Nation Wa afcuufauv ano bup[m>n an allitmaliva ad.uilibing and markuhng ptogtam hich thoir aif DO Daitiars lo oolain houb. ing Duciust. t,l raci. totoi, laligion or, lional ongm igual Housing Opponuniiy blogan tqualhouimg Opponuniiy' ladlu lll-lllublialion 01 Pupiibhai b Nolica Publibhni'b Notice All foal estate ad vanib. DO in thib n,.mb tapo, is subiecl to he Fedaial Fan Mousing Act ol flu which mabtib tt llegal to ad«eitisa 'any preluiunce. iniilalion. ol JibCtiminalion based on race color, religion or national origin or any intention lo mabe any such preleience. limitation or discrimination ' tiii newspaper wril nol bnowinf]!, rticepi any advurtlbing tor real estate whitn is in violation ot he law Out readers are lereby rntormod that all dwullrngs adver. ised rn this newspaper are available on an j UQual op(k>rtunily (FNtloc r? 4SJF1M B 4ba m ) AitirTidl Strvictb Faffll Anillldtb Horbcii & Equip Hous-tilioliJ Peli Pv\ Supplies AUTOMOTVE AuioinoPiles Autos UnUct J10O0 Auto Parts i Stiyife Auicjb Wanted Boats & Equip Campeis, Ttailc-is & Equip Cunstiuciioii Equip 4 WriL-el Drive Vemcles 233 Motoicycies 201 Recicationai Vehicles 238 Snowmobiles 205 Trucks 230 Vans 235 EMPLOYMENT Business 4 Prolf ssionsi Services 175 Business Opporl 167 Help Wanted General 165 Help Wanted Sales ncome Tax Service Situations Wanted FOR RENT Apartments Buildings & Halls Condominiums. Townhouses Duplexes Houses ndus -Comm Laketront Houses Land Living Quarters To Share Mobile Homes Mobile Home Sites Ollice Space Rooms Storage Space Vacation Rentals Wanted titnen! FOR SALE Cemetery Lots Condominiums Farms. Acreage Houses ncome Properly ndust.-comm. Lakelront Houses Lake Properrty Mobile Homes Real Estate Wanted Vacant Property HOUSEHOLD Antiques Auctions Building Materials Electronics Farm Equipment Farm Products Firewood Garage & Rummage Household Goods Lawn & Garden Care& Equip Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Wanted 108 Musical nstruments 106 Sporting Goods PERSONAL Bingo Card ot Thanks Car Pools Found Free Happy Ads n Memoriam Lost Special Notices Sliger/Livingston Publications GREEN SHEET EAST CLASSFED ADVERTSNG Wednesday. October 19,1983-SOUTH LYON HERALD-NOHTHVLLE RECOHD-WALLEDLAKE-NOV NEWS-THE MLFORD TMES-5-B S * Oil absolutely FREE All tems otiered in this "Absolutely Free" column must be exactly that, (ree to those responding. This newspaper makes no charge lor these listings, but restricts use to residential. SlQer/Livinoston Publications accepts no responsibility (or actions between individuals regarding "Al>solutely Free" ads. (Noncommercial) Accounts only. Please cooperate by placing your "Absolutely Free" ad no later lhan 3:30 p.m. Monday lor same weelt publication. 110 Oil Want A Bigger Ad? for your garage sale, to sell your home or for any reason. Ask for a GREEN SHEET RATE BUSTER. Choose from 3 sizes and get: More Attention More Readers More Results and a Special Reduced Rate Style Absolutely Free ACCESSORES lor Sand 10 gallon llsh tanks. Call mornings. (313) ADORABLE, healthy kitlens, 2 males, 2 lemales. New Hudson, (313) ADORABLE Morris-type kiilen. Litter trained, needs new home. (313) ADOPTON available, 6 weeks, males, leline persuasion, one black, one orange Tabbys. Combination, natural and human growth development means unique babies. (313) ADbRABLErheaithy ivillens, 7 weeks, black, white, we deliver. (517) ABANDONED one year old Shepherd, Collie. Needs good honie.(113)34w245, ADORABLE Halloween kittens. Litter trained, black, black-white, orange, tabby. (5J7 64_ BLUE Wheeler, medium size neurtered male dog. 3 yoars, shots. (313) BLONDE Shepherd neutered male, excellent wilh kids. (313) or(313) Beautilul black kittens. Excellent mousers, need own home. (313) BLACK English Sheep dog, male. 1 year old. To good home. (517) BRTTANY Spaniel, purebred male, 2 years. Well-behaved. (517) BLACK mixed Labrador and short hair Shepherd, female, 6 months, (313) Absolutely Free FEMALE Lab puppy, 10 weeks. 2 free rabbits (313) FOUR puppies, Lab. Beagle mix, lo good homes (313) FREE kitten. Call alter 7 pm. Hartland, (313) FREE kitlens to go to good homes. Call (517) FOUND Morris kitten, lour months, male, healthy, good nalured. (517) FEMALE Spaniel Husky mix, lawn colored, loves kids. 2Vi months. (313) FREE puppies. Lab and Shepherd, live males, three lernales. (313) FOUR small puppies found in lied garbage bag, need of loving homes. (313) FREE lo good home. Collie mixed female, spayed, shots. (313) year spayed female Great Dane. Needs children and room lo play. (313) GRAY kittens. (5V7) r_ 55 Gallon drums, 12 plastic blue wilh faucets. (313)34& GERMAN Shepherd mix puppies, 7 weeks old. (517) GORDON Seller mix, housebroken, vaccinated, neutered, 38 pounds. (517) HAMSTER, ree lo good home.x313)22w798 HUSKY male, ten months. neutered, shots, likes children.j517) week old lemale Killen, black wilh white nose and pawsj3u) week old Kittens. 3"black lemales, 1 male tiger, (313) Absolutely Free SHEPHERD pupptesr? w'eeks old, lemale. (313) after 5p.m. SETTER and Lab mixed puppies absolutely free. (313) SWNG set, you cart away. (313) TWO male killensv ail black, black and while, 10 weeks. (313) THREE adorable' kittens, 8 weeks old. (313) TWO male Shepherd mix, 7 months, good with children, good watchdogs. (517) TOMATOESr Spencer Road. No wholesalers or retailers. (313) TWO lemale Lab pups, 10 weeks. Beautilul male Husky W. Highland Road, Miilord. 010 Special Notices HOROSCOPES done. Frank, honest, conlldenlial. E. S. P. readings. Call Nancy Howie. (517) DONT WAT UNTL MONDAY! You can place your ad any day ot he week. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. lo 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday. Our phone room salespeople will be happy to help you. (313) (313) (313)68&4705 (313) (313) (517) THREE little blue eyed kitlens looking lor homes. (313) adorable Terrier, Lab pups, 1 pair black twins. (517) UPRGHT commercial reezer, needs gas, must haul. (517) lappyads HAPPY 75ih Birthday Pops, dad, gramps or great gramps. We love you! Hugs and kisses. Mom, Darlena, Jerome, Jell, Bev, Laura, Rick, Sue. Bill, Joe, Dawn, John, Amanda and Jaysen. TREASURE Hunt Lovers; PuTl the Magic Dragon. NOTCES 010 Special Notices THE GREEN SHEET Classified advertising that reaches 64,000 homes every Wednesday, rain or shine. The paper to read il you have something to sell, need help, or have a garage sale. An Ad this size costs: M3 BABY gerbils ree. (313) Letters & spaces will fit on this line 13 Letters & spaces will fit on this line 188 Letters & spaces will fit in this) space 25 Letters & spaces will fit on this line Styles This Si2e-$64 Place your ad in The Green Sheet Every week the Green Sheet carries advertisng messages to over 64,000 homeowners in Wayne, Oal<land and Livingston Counties. Ads for help wanted, rentals, farm animals, household services, automobiles, real estate, garage sales and much, much more. CALL US NOW! 15 Letters & spaces will fit on this line -25 Letters & spaces will fit on this line 15 Letters & spaces will fit on this line 244 Letters & spaces will fit in this space 15 Letters & spaces will fit on this line Style 4 $85 s what it will cost you to place an ad just like this one in TheGreen Sheet on Wednesday. The paper that tells you where to go in your local area to find this week's bargains. USE YOUR MASTER CHARGE or VSA Call today and our friendly ad counselors will be happy to help you. Don't be afraid... they are trained to help you. BEAUTFUL and friendly barn kittens. Long hair and short hair. (313) BLACK walnuts, you pick up. Also black kitten. (517) CLOTHNG, Church of Christ, 6026 Rckett Road. Mondays, 6-8 p.m. CLOTHNG, Howell Church oi Chrisi, 1385 West Grand River, 7 pfnto8:30 pm, Monday. CHRSTMAS figures (plywood), lile size Santas, animals, shepherds, church, bible. (517) CUTE female Calico, affectionate, loving. Call lor Patches at (313) CHEST reezer, needs some work, six years old, you haul. (313) CONVERTBLE sola, needs mattress and upholstry. Black vinyl chair. (313) CYCLONE lence, 300 tt. and gates Carson Road at Halstead. CAST ron double stationery tub. Call alter 4 p.m. (313) CHESAPEAKE, Dobe mix. to loving homes only, 8 weeks old, look like Labs. 5 lemales, 1 male. Call Thursday (313) Davenports, bed, mattress and box springs. (517) DOUBLE mattress and box spring, mattress good condition, box spring fair. (313) ; DALMATAN tree lo good home. (313) EXTRA small Poodle, Terrier mixed puppies. Ready to go. (313) FREE to good home, 3 cats, one spayed and declawed. (313) KTTEN, 6 months old, tan colorj313) KTTEN, 5 months, raised outdoors, very special. (313) KTTENS, 2 males, 2 lemales" Pinckney, (313) KTTENS, Cattens cats, 4 sizes, 6 colors, 12 choices, including unusual Calico lemale. (517J LMED oak twin beds, mattress and springs tor one. Double bed frame. (313)229-4a96. LAB, Dob mixed, three month female. Beagle mix male, nine months. (313) LARGE friendly dog. three years, Shepherd, Husky mixed. (313) LOVNG home, female cat, 9 months. Female kitten, 14 weeks. (517) LHASA Apso, neutered male, rom reputable breeder. 11 months. (313) LOVABLE kittens and cais, some neutered. Shots, worming.(313) LOVNG Siamese kitten, three months, buff colored, loves people. (313) , (313) LOVEABLE small mixed breed female puppy, five months, shots, housebroken. (313) MALE registered Shih Tzu. (517) alter4 p.m. SO or more plastic Milk jugs. (313) NATONAL Geographic, (313) NEWFOUNDLAND Husky mix, female, 3 years old, good with children. (313) NEWFOUNDLAND female, 7 years. Needs good home. (313) PALLETS, (313) POODLE mix, female, 6 mon- hs old. 10 pounds, housebroken, shots. (517) PUPPY ree to good home, cute.(517)54b ROAD race set, tape recorder, portable TV, need repairs. (313) SX loot used aluminum doorwall. (313) SHEPHEaD, Lab puppies, good with children, (517) , (517) SEM-cule kittens, interesting colors. Bishop Lake area. Alter 6 p.m. (313) ASTROLOGY charts, conlldenlial. And E.S.P. readings. Call L.V. Hiner, Novi, (313) ; ABORTON Alternatives 24 Hours, (313) Problem pregnancy help, tree pregnancy lest, conlldenlial. Monday, Wednesday, Saturday 12 noon to 3 p.m W. Highland Road, (M-59). Hartland. West side door ol while house. ALCOHOLCS Anonymous and Aianon meets Tuesday and Friday evenings, 6:30 pm, First Prebyterian Churdh, E, Main Street, Northville. (313) , (313) , (313) Alan's Male Escort Service. Ladies hire a nice looking gentleman lor that special event coming up. Guarantee yoursell a pleasant evening or weekend with an attractive male escort. Call (517) ADULT FOSTER CARE. The sensible answer to nursing homes. Beautilul location in Parshallville on the Mill Pond. Openings lor 2 lemale residents only. Call today, (313) BETTER NUTRTON. S the only road lo greater health. Lose weight, normalize blood pressure and relieve arthrttis pain naturally! 100% satisfaction guaranteed. Call (313) tor the Herbalile distributor near you. DONATONS ot useable lurniture, appliances, motor vehicle and etc. will be greatly appreciated by Universal Lile Church. Free pick-up. Receipt lurnished. (517) FALL HAY RDE AT BURROUGHS FARMS RECREATONAL RESORT Experience the beauty of fall at the larm. Brighton. Food, Beverages, and Bonllres available to enhance your party. Located 4 miles west ol - 96, oil exit 147. For more information phone, (313) GET your Christmas mailing lists done and ready to mall now! Hate doing it yoursell? Lei us do it lor you - reasonable rates - businesses and personal. Contact Beth Powers, (313) GREAT Christmas dea, solid brass Social Security Card engraved with name and social security number. Send 14 check or money order with name and social security number and return address to P. & S Engraving. P. 0. Box 324, Miilord, Ml Allow 10 days lor return, ask about other other engraving needs. HALLOWEEN Costumes. We have saved he ridiculous, bizarre and spooky lor a whole year. $1.50 each. The Salvation Army Thrill Store, 6080 West Grand River al History Town. LOSE WEGHT and leel greai and make some MONEY loo! Call Carol (313) MY DEEJAY'S Experienced professional disc jockeys, quality entertainment made to order at an unbeatable price lor all occasions. All types ol music. tso. (517) , (313) MARY Kay consultant new lo Novi. For produci or (ree lacial, call (313) MENS exercise, tone up and leel good about you. nstructor, Terri Waldort. 690 Hope Street, Brighton. (313) alter 6 p.m. Starting October 24, Monday and Thursday evenings. 6:15 to 7:15.8 weeks NEED money? We buy scrap gold and sliver, gold coins, rings, watches, diamonds, dental gold and collectibles. Please call 1(313) North Road, Fenton. 010 Special Notices ROOiil and board lor seniors, 5 years experience, relerences. Clean large home. (517) ROCK Band looking lor singer, no AC/DC type singers. (313) STOP SMOKNG Lose WEGHT wilh hypnosis. Home visits. George Seger, (313) SALEM Township, would you like to receive the Citizens lor S.A.L.E.M. Newsletter? To be inlormed on Salem Township send your name and address lor mailing to: Citizens- lor S.A.L.E.M., Box 323, Salem, Ml THE FSH' non-linancial emergency assistance 24 hours a day for those n need in the Northvllle-Novi area. Call ( All calls conlldenlial. YOUNG HAR & SKN CARE NOW OPEN ntroductory oiler, ree lacial with your llrst appointment, prolesslonal advice on problem hair and skin available Whitewood Road Pinckney (313) Lost LONG haired orange "Mortis" type cat, neutered male. ront declawed. Disappeared October 14, answers to "Wuzzy" Nine Mile and Four Lakes Drive/Rushton Road area Please call (313) wilh any inlormallon. fale Persian gray, whiieand black. Downtown Hamburg Reward.j313) , _ SlOO Reward lor return oj Black Lab, male, one year old around US-23 and Hilton Road area.(313) ; REWARD. Lost Golden Retriever lemale. Wearing Colorado Rabies lag. Has choker chain, white rear end (313) , Sieve. fw(d lemale cats, one grey, one dark Calico, Stephen and Beth roads. (313) Found #1 YES, save time, money and have the highest quality meats, name brand canned and rozen foods, home delivered. Co-Op foods, Brighton 9 am to 6:30 pm (313) Car & Van Pools SEEKNG ride weekdays to Brighton High School by 7:30 a.m. rom Ann Arbor and/or rom Brighton to Ann Arbor anytime alter 2 p.m. lor daughter. Willing to pay. Call 1(313) Card of Thanks THE family ol James M. Smith wish lo thank riends, relatives and neighbors (or their concern during our recent sorrow. Your help was greatly appreciated. Sincerely, The Smith Family. THE lamlly ol'howard Petleys would like lo thank riends and relatives lor their thoughtfulness al our time ot sorrorw. Your visits, cards, prayers, memorials and llowers were very much appreciated. Mother, brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews. AUSTRALAN Shepher"aL young, lemale. Found Howell School. (313) BLACK Spaniel, collar says Randy. Pleasant Valley and Spencer Road. (313) BLACK Bouvier lound Romulas area. (517) BLACK Shepherd wilh white markings, male, Fowlerville. (517) alter 6 p.m. BLACK, tan, neutered male dog dragging chain. National Street, Howell. (517) DOG half Golden Retriever size male. Argentine [load between Faucell and Clyde, (517) FEMALE Husky (or Malamule?), M-S9 and Mlllord Road area. (313) FOUND an opportunity lo buy, sell, trade paper money, toklns, and medals. U.S. and loreign coins and to mingle wilh U.S. and Canadian collectors. Livingston Counly Coin Club Show hls Saturday 10a.m. - 9p.m. and Sunday lla.m, 4p.m. Howell Recreallon Center, 925 W. Grand River. 20 dealers. FOUND Ten Mile Meadowbrook area. Black and white lemale dog with red choke collar. (313) GOLDEN color male kitten on North East S. area. (313) LARGE gray hunting dog wlthi black spots, red collar. South Lyon. (313) LARGE an mixed breed male, October S, Thompson Lake area. (517) Houses 1ST OFFERNG on ihis 3 bedroom colonial n prime subdivision. Family room With llreplace, V2 batris, finished basement and alt. garage. Asking $79,900. SPACOUS COLONAL on 11 acres in South Lyon school district. 4 Large bedrooms, 2/i balhs, family room, 2 lireplaces, in-ground pool and garage. Additional acreage available. {119,000. SECLUDED BRCK RANCH with 3 bedrooms, finished basement with gas tireplace, 2 car garage and newer furnace. Asking S59,900. ibeautfully DECORATED 3 bedroom L-shaped ranch in South Lyon. Great room with llreplace, lull basement and attached garage. Simple assumption al 8'/?% available. $62,500. ALUMNUM RANCH in Brighton Twp. on large corner lot. 3 Bedrooms and large 2 car garage with woodburning stove. Asking $47,000. Century 21 Hartford South-west BRGHTON area" " PeTlecl retirement home overlooking Pleasent Lake. Extra large lamlly room with llreplace and bay window. Land contract available, $78,000. Call Earl Kelm Realty, Brighton nc. (313) (R-113). 021 Houses CUSTOM RANCH Custom built 1600 sq. t. ranch on 1 acre. 3 bedrooms, 2 balhs, 2 car garage, wood deck, linlshed basement, F.P. mmaculate condition. $95,000 excellent llnancing available SO. BRGHTON area. HE WHO HESTATES, lives in an apartment. nvest in his 3 bedroom ranch with 2 car garage. Fenced yard and lake access. EZ land contract terms, only $48,900. Call Earl Kelm Realty, Brighton nc. (313) (R- 195). BRGHTON area. 20 minutes lo Ann Arbor. Do you like goll- ng? Drive your goll cart down the street lo this beautilul golf course. Homi} features 3 bedrooms, 2 car garage, llreplace and much more. $69,900. Call Earl Kelm Really, Brighton nc. (313) (R- 139). EXCELENT TERMS Ail wood exterior ranch with walkout basement, 1700 sq. loot, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car garage and F.P,, 3 acres. New paint & carpeting. $70,000, excellent terms BRGHTON area. Kids like the country. Cottage in Ore LaKe Farms wilh easy access lo US- 23. Canoe on he river or boat on all sports Ore Lake. Jus right for the young family al only $35,000. Call Earl Kelm Really, Brighton nc. (313) (RL-226). BRGHTON.' 5 bedroom, 2 lireplaces, 2 acres, 3,000 sq.., many extras. Lease option. Price reduced, immediate occupancy. $114,900. (313) or (313) Houses for Sale NORM'S WEEKLY HOME VALUE 021 Houses BRGHTON 4 bedroom - 2 bath Cape Cod, Fairway Trails Subd., Brighton. Full warranty by builder. $65,200. Favorable terms. Granada Homes, (313) or (313) RZZO Realty, nc BULDNQ STES LYON TWP. 10 acres n prime rural area. $49,900. NOV. 1 acre on private road in 9 Mile and Novi Rd. area. Fantastic site. $28,500. NORTHVLLE TWP. 1 acre on private road near 7 Mile and Meadowbrook in area ol $100,000 and up homes. $22,500. SALEM TWP. 5 acre on paved road. Heavy woods al rear ol properly. Great for walkout. $32,900. NORTHVLLE TWP. Two 2 acre parcels east Beck Rd. Great locations. of LYON TWP.10 acres or more just outside City of So. Lyon. NDUSTRAL PROPERTY GREEN OAK TWP. 10 or 20 acrea. 367 feel on C 810 Rwy. MLFORD TWP acres on Pontiac Trail near Old Plank Rd. Super home, completely remodeled, 3 B/R, two lull baths, new kitchen-range, new carpeting, two car garage Only $49,900 Call Norm Sieb Century 21 Hartford South-West BRGHTON-$39,695 Call now on this 3 bedroom home on 3/4 acre treed lot. Nice country setting, 4 miles rom town. Low interest llnancing. (H-102) (313) , (313) Ask lor Milt. The Livingston Group. BRAND New Home Only $51, sq. t. plus walkout designed lor lulure lamily room, 4lh bedroom and second balh. 2 car garage, large lot overlooks all sports Pardee Lake (W-84). (313) (313) Ask lor Milt. The Livingston Qroup; BRGHTONrOpen House, f to 4 pm, Sunday October Chrisllne, oil Hunter between Hyne and Hilton sq.., lull linlshed basement, transferred, must sell. Eart Kelm Really, (517) (313) COUNTRY HOME 3 Bedroom, 2 bath, 2200 sq. t. Bllevel on 5 acres. V/2 car garage, extra large lamily room with fireplace. Country home in excellent condition, $85,000 with unbeatable llnancing. 22S- 205CL FOWLERVLLE. Three bedroom ranch. Basement. One acre. Nice area. FARM HOME assumption. Call Clara Spencer, (517) or (517) Century 21 Brighton Towne. FENTON Shearaton Park. Lender owned. 5% down, 11% nterest. Custom quality, located n Tyron Township acres, house sits rom road, llreplace, kitchen wilh built- ns, 2 lull baths, plus 2 hall baths, llrsi floor laundry, finished rec room in basement. Less than 3 years old. (directions, US-23 to Faussetl Road exit, north on service 'drive or Runyon Road to Gordon, east on Gordon to lirst street on north (Shearaton Park) to end ol street on right. $107,000. Oren Nelson Realtor, (313) or FOWLERVLLE. 4 bedroom Cape Cod, with sun porch, hardwood lloors, 2 balhs. loe aoi lolg REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 015 Lost BEAGLE, Brighton area. Generous reward. Female, red collar with 1,0. Answers lo Dorothy. Call (313) evenings or earty A.M. DOG, male, black and tan, lost Friday October 14 Beck and Eleven Mile. (313) , (313) , (313) Female pups, 1 lull Black Lab, 7 months. 1 German Shepherd/Black Lab, 4 months. Lost October 12. Reward. Novi Road, 10 Mile Road area. (313) CRAFT bazaar, Johnson Elementary School. 515 General Motors Road, Milford. Saturday, December 10. Spaces will be available lor craflers. Call now lor inlormation. Nancy, (313) or Pal, (313) NON-DENOMNATONAL marriages performed. Rev. Clark. (517) , PUT your special memories on video tape. Special events, recitals, weddings, amalure sports. nsurance inventories. Very reasonable rales. HOME VDEO SERVCES. (313) GERMAN Shepherd, black and beige, year old. Northville. Novl. (313) LLAC Point Slameese cat. Pingree and Lange Road area. (517) LOST dog, lemale Husky, 55 pounds, 2 blue eyes, much loved pet. Hilton, US-23 area, (313) Houses BRGHTON, City. 1,200 sq. ft. 1 story home, Vh car garage, lenced yard, mature trees, $39,000.(313) BRGHTON. Build a new home. $4,000 down including closing cost and lot. Much more for only $49,900. Call tor details, ask lor Mitch or Jerry al he Livingston Group,- (313) BRGHTON area. 10 acres of country living, pond, 3 bedrooms, baths, full basement. Just oti M-36.; $71,900. Call Earl Kelm Realty,-. Brighton nc. (313) (R-; 162). ; BRGHTON area. Quality ranch in Brighton, newly. carpeted and decorated, 3 bedrooms, lull basement,- deck, paved drive, appliances' ncluded, only $53,900. Calf; Earl Keim Realty, Brighton lnc.(313) (R-134l. BULDNOW! ONLY5% DOWN A HOME AT A PRCE YOU CAN AFFORD MORTGAGE LOANS AT10.35% M.S.H.D.A. 30 YEAR FXED RATE. Your down payment can be YOUR LOT or YOUR LABOR. 1 VDEOTAPE-T ANY EVENT You name it, we tape t, weddings, receptions, showers, reunions, birthdays, banquets, parties, business meetings, wills, home or business property. Absolutely anything taped, professional. VDEOTAPE-T, CLOTHNG AVALABLE Good used clothing for those who have need, le available at minimal cost at the Foilowshlp fr«m n'n'n'l';?''' '" Church, Pontiac Trail. Daily, 9:30 to 12:30-1:30 to 3:30. 8 Letters & spaces] will fit on this line 31 Letters & spaces Will fit on each of these lines -15 Letters & spaces will fit on this line 120 Letters & spaces will fit in this space 25 Letters & spaces will fit on each of these lines -155 Letters & spaces will fit in this] space * Pontiac Business nstitute Call to enroll Farmington Oxtora Madlion HMghtt Pontiac Financial Aid Placement Assist. Day & Night Classes We'll give you the skills in only 14 nnonths to give you a career of a lifetime in: Accounting Adm. Dental Assi. Adm. (Medical Asst. Data Processing Electronic Business Machine Repair Executive Secretarial 1 General Business & Office Management Legal Secretarial Medical Secretarial Robotronics Word Processing Not Ml progruix vmubt* «MOi Sctwot Our Qraduates are mpressive... soarettieif JOBS! WORD PROCESSNG MEDCAL4 LEGAL SECRETARAL EXECUTVE SECRETARAL AND MORE... FNANCAL ADS AVALABLE Vaasar. Suite 413 Livonia, Michigan 4B1S Stephenson Hwy, Suite 105 Troy, Michigan OTHER LOCATONS-Swithgeie i R08EVUE ACCREDTED BY A..C.8. PLACEMENT ASSSTANCE PROGRAMS NCLUDE PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AND JOB NTERVEWNG TECHNQUES Business SNCE bedroom tri-level, finished, lot included. n $48,700 s ENERGY CONSERVNG HOME PACKAGE: 9 Triple glass windows n nsulated exterior doors nsulation: Walls R-17, Ceilings R-37 Natural gas lurnace with energy saving intermlt- tent gnition system Automatic set back thermostat 0 'Flue damper, humidifier Call Tnn Adier (313) APLER, SSEMNP MOO Hilhlina na. M-H) f. O. ion S7, Hinlinll, Ml ) CLNG REAL ESTATE NC. foy 201 S. Lafayette ACRES. 4 ACRE LAKE-VA TERMS Go with this 3 year old cedar home, 3 bedrooms, great room with antique oiantel, cathedral stained glass window, heatilator fireplace, wrap-around deck, bay windows overlooking lake and woods. $119,900. EXECUTVE ESTATE ON SX ACRES Seclusion and quality were the guidelines in his 2 year old colonial, 4 bedrooms, family room with fireplace overlooked by balcony and solarium/- atrlum. Attached garage plus 2-story carriage house. $186,900..COMMERCAL/RESDE '2 Bedroom ranch on Pt NT ont ALUSE ac Trail n South Lyon. Very good condition, linlshed basement, garage. Parking area n rear. Land contract. $49,900. lanch N SOUTH LYON J Bedrooms, full basement, attached garage with : very large workshop area n rear. Only $18,500 will 'assume at 7%%. $55,000. DUPLEX N SOUTH LYON 2'"Qedroom unit, 3 bedroom unit, appliances. Renters pay utilities. Good investment. Land contract or VA terms. $59, ACRES, HORSES ALLOWED Very well maintained 3 bedroom cathedral ceillnged lamily room home, large with skylights, garage,"2 outbuildings. Sel'lers wil consider 6 year land contract with $10-$12,000down, $64,900. BRGHTON. Lake privileges, 3 bedroom, 1'/ balh home lor jusi $27,500. Call Bob Dingier, Preview Properties, (517)5< BRGHTON, close lo schools. 3 bedroom, 2 balhs. lamlly room, 2 car garage, central air, paved street. $49,000. REALTY WORLD VANS, (313) BYRON TOWNSHP Nice starter home on V/j acres with a 16x32 pole barn and shed, land contract and a great pnce too. $36,900 BRGHTON. Nice starter or retirement home with privileges on two lakes. Now is he lime to buy, just reduced to $39,900. BRGHTON. Custom built colonial wilh lour bedrooms, 2' balhs, wilh many special leatures as: master bedroom suite, lamily room with llreplace, linlshed basement, lovely yard. Only $80,900. HAMBURG. Year round home on beautilul Ore Lake, lots ol room lor the lamily. $65,000. Call EARL KEM REALTY (313) (313) COMMERCE Township Quad. Over 2000 sq. t. of living space. 4 bedrooms, 2'/i baths, lamlly room with lieldslone fireplace and nsert lor luel elliclency, 27 x 13.6 country kilchen overlooking doorwall to a new 20 x 14 wood deck. Wood Anderson ihermopane windows, llrst Moor utility, gas heat, 2 car attached heated garage with door opener, new circle cement driveway rom he blacktop to side drive lor camper or boat. New sod. Commerce Lake privileges nearby with private sandy beach and boat dock lacllitles. Owner wants an oiler belore he snow Mies. Good assumption at 11'/4 percent interest. mmediate occupancy, make an olfer. Have your Thanksgiving dinner n hls gracious home. $79,500. Earl Kelm Really 01 The Lake, Call Pal Boyle (313) or(313) BULD NOW! On your land in Livingston Oakland or Washtenaw County, or build on oui land in Brighton. Hartland or Howell QuBlily S Honesty ADLER HOMES (313) Houses LAKE ACCESS A-FRAME Unusual 2400 sq t A- frame on large heavily wooded lot. Crooked Lake access, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car garage, sauna and much more. $135,000 with very attractive terms FOWLERVLLE. Land contract terms, 3 bedroom ranch, partially linlshed basement, garage, fenced yard, good access to $52,000. Call Ron Monette. Preview Properties, (517) FOWLERVLLE, by owner. mmediate occupancy, built in Neat 3 bedroom ranch, brick and siding, lull basement, 2'/2 car garage 1120 sq. ft., nice country kitchen, on 2 acres. Located V/2 miles norlh of Grand River on paved road between Fowlerville and Howell. Must see to appreciate. $49,900. (517) B~EDROOM COLONAL 2,000 Sq. Foot colonial home with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car garage, llreplace, full basement, and in nice Brighton subdivision. $60,000, great llnancing available. ' , HOWELL,/arighlon. Cozy two bedroom ranch, secluded selling, lake privileges, low taxes, low utilities. Howell Schools, move-in condition. By owner. $41,900. (517) or (517)546:2162 HAJiTLAND. mmaculale 3 bedroom with 24x26 garage. Seller to assist wilh closing costs or VA. mmediate occupancy. $47,500. Call Jennifer Kopke, Real Estate One. (313) HOWELL Twsp. By owner. Fox Hills Drive. 3 bedroom, 3 bath colonial, Pella windows, security system plus many more leatures. By appointment. (517)50:6466. HOWELL area. Colonial by private owner, 10 acres, hunt in your own backyard, paved road, 3 miles rom 1-96 exit, school bus pick up at end ol drive, 4 bedroom, 2.5 balhs, country kilchen, screened back porch overlooking woods, linlshed basement with walk-out, energy ellicieni - heal pump and wood stove, built Fast occupancy. $135,000.(517) HOWELL. Bank owned 4 bedroom quad-level on wooded site, lamily room with llreplace, as low as 5% down on land contract or 12.5% llxed rate 30 year mortgage. Price, $79,900. Call The Livingston Group, (313) Ask lor Bonnie Houses lor Sale LOT OWNERS CO-OP HOMES A NON-PROFT VENTURE A 2 bedroom ranch. 842 sq. ll built complete on your lot lor J251 per month. Or a 3 bedroom 1,586 sq. t tri-level lor $358 per month. 30 year mortgage at MSHDA Financing, Ad lor taxes and insurance, do your own painling (313) , (313) HGHLAND. Too good to miss! Lovely brick ranch on over hall acre lot. 3 large bedrooms and V/i baths. Fireplaces n living room and rec room. Work room and play room is basement. Priced below market value at $69,900. Cranbrook Realtors, (313) HOWELL. Good starter or retirement home. 2 bedroom ranch. Porch, $45,000. Call Bill Doucette, Preview Properties, (517) HOWELL. Periect lor young lamily, almost 1 acre lot with access lo all sports lake. 4 bedroom home, new kilchen, linlshed basement. Just $59,900. Call Janet Keough, Preview Properties, (517) HOWELL. Quality ranch, custom built, country kilchen wilh lots ol storage, 3 bedrooms, spacious living room, lormal dining room, 2'/i balhs, lull basement, 2W car garage, located n a lovely sub. By ovvner (517) HOWELL. By owners three bedroom house, two car garage, South Howell, one acre. $49,700, $7,000 down, land contract. (517) HAMBURG Terrace View. Lender owned. Custom home, country setting, 4 bedroom, 2</ bath, lull basement, 2 car garage. 2W miles west ol US-23, exit 53. As low as 5% down, 11% interest. $84,900. Oren Nelson Realtor, (313) or O Laltefront Houses HOWELL, by owner, bedroom tri-level, 1740 sq.. on 4</% acres, nice high ground with lots of ruit trees. Extra 2 car garage, natural llreplace in lamily room. 6 miles north ol Howell near goll course. Priced in low $70,000'S. (317) foyer, dining room with stenciled walls, kitchen eating* area, 2'/i car garage with loll storage. $42,500. (517) COUNTRY LVNG ON 2/3 ACRE A-. This home built in 1980 features 3 bedrooms, V/i balhs, lamily room with doonvall opening to red wood deck. Deep basement and 2'/i car attached garage. Only 2'/i miles rom 1-96 near Kenslnglon Park. Reduced lo $59,900. For an appoint ment lo see or more n lormation call Linda Roberts. Century 21 Hartford South-West nc GENOA Township. Red Oaks double wide with 4 bedrooms, stone llreplace, 2'/: car garage on your own lenced lot. Just $45,000. REALTY WORLD VANS, (313) HOWELL. mmaculate 3 bedroom ranch with lots ol extras nol normally included in he below market price ol $69,500. Call (517) to buy hls beauty now. Shown by appointment only. DONT WAT UNTL MONDAY! You can place your ad any day ol the week. Office hours are Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Our phone room salespeople will be happy to help you. (313) (313) (313) (313) (313) (517) HOWELL. Tired of paying rent? This city house leatures 2 houses) Live in one, rent one out! Perlect lor letting someone else make your house payments. Unbeatable, lor $49,900. Earl Kelm Realty Bienco Corp., (517) _ holidays in ihls home lor HOWELL. Enjoy a 20 year land Owners want an oiler. Call 1975 ranch, barn, 6 acres. Livingston County area 2290 sq.. brick and aluminum ranch. Green Oak Township, Brtghton and South Lyon area, 4 master bedrooms, 2'fi baths, lull brick walled llreplace. lamlly room, open area kitchen with loads ol cupboard and counter space, carpeting thru-out, wood Anderson hermopane windows, central air, central vac, central ntercom, electric air cleaner, unique energy ellicieni healing system, 2'/2 car attached heated garage wilh door opener, CB antenna. Underground gasoline storage area, cedar barn with aluminum trim x 20.7 with refrigerated meat hanging room, cold storage area, electricity and water and 3.horse stalls. 2 spring-led ponds slocked with lish, 2 acres ol electric lenced corral and room lor a garden too. Owner ollering a variety ol ways to purchase his home including assuming their land contract al 10% interesi paid up in 16 years with payments ol $ a month. Now all of this lor $102,900. Celebrate the James C. Cutler Realty Rayson, Northville Exceptionally well maintained quad level home n a lovely neighborhood. 4 bedrooms, lamily room, llreplace, extra nsulation, 2 baths. $94,500. Home without the homework. 2 bedroom condo with library, air conditioning, 2 baths, swimming, tennis, fantastic area. Asking n the 60's. contract, yet pay $4,500 down and lind your pleasure with 4 bedrooms, double lot wilh garage and city privacy! At only $49,900. Call Earl Kelm Really Blenco Corp., (517) HOWELL. 1,700 sq.ll ri-level Four bedrooms, two balhs, double insulated windows with added storms and screens, 2W car garage, on one acre with 10x16 lawn shed, well landscaped with 20 ruit trees, $74,000, very liberal land contract terms. (517) HOWELL. Just listed! Huge rooms, llreplace, walkout basement, 6.86 acres with creek and trees. $66,500. Great terms! Earl Keim Realty Blenco Corp., (517) HOWELL Earl Keim Realty has mortgage money available with rates even as low as 6.75%! Many dllfereni types ol mortgage plans and low rates available! Call lor the best llnancing possible today! (517) or (313) Earl Kelm 01 The Lakes, Pal Boyle (313) or (313) MLFORD. Beautiful 3 bedroom. 3 bath, tudor in Village. Many extras, Call alter 5p.m. weekdays, (313) T' NCHOLS REALTY NC Owner wants out of landlord business. 3 BR, 2 balh brick ranch on Farmington. Large lot needs new family. Family room, fireplace, basement, barn & more. Asking $63,000. Possible to assume mtge. eal Estate, ' nc. Miltord-(313)884-«666 Highland-(313)887-7S00 Hartland-(313) BEACH. Beautilul deck GOLF COUqgf- ffi overloolis fairway. Quiet, tree-lined street. Subdivision beach on all sports HAiddle Straits Lake. Lovely 4 bedroom bl-level n terrific location. $64,900. No HOWELL. 3 bedroom, a steel al $28,500. (517) HOWELL. Lender owned E, Coon Lake Road. Custom quality home, lamlly room with giant llreplace, custom kilchen with bulll-lns, 2</i balhs, large 2 car garage, 2 acres, large patio, deck, complete privacy, walkout basement, wood burner attached lo lurnace, house is oil llrst private drive to south 500 t. west ol Bealtie Road. Follow he Nelson signs. As low as 10% down, 11% nterest. 5 year call option. $85,900. Oren Nelson Realtor, (313) or J:O309 JHAMBURG. $1,500 down. 2 bedroom watertront. (313) HARTLAND. 8.7 acres, quad, lour bedrooms, super heated barn, lovely rolling hills, upstairs utility. $84,900. HOWELL. Three bedroom ranch, lull basement, lamlly room plus two extra rooms, Vi baths. Bring all offers. $41,500. HOWELL area. Large all brick 3-5 bedroom ranch, 10 lovely acres, partly wooded, barn, extra garage, fenced paddock, dual heating system, super insulation, ideal pond site, unique decor. $95,000. HOWELL. All brick ranch, landscaped lenced V4 acre, gas heat, fireplace, V/i balhs, paved road. Owner will lake land contract as down payment. $64,500. FOWLERVLLE. Country home. Up to code - super nsulation, wiring. Three bedrooms, basement, lovely area. FHA, VA buyers welcome. $39,900. Call rene ALDER REALTY (517)54670 NEW Hudson. deal lor retiree or llrst home. Like new carpeted 3 bedroom, 1150 sq. t., large lot lenced in, easy access to $45,000, terms. (313) NORTHVLLE Township, close to 1-275, 3/4 acre corner lot, sq. t. brick ranch, large great room with central llreplace, lots ol extras. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, office, 2</i car garage, $105,000. Bring all terms. (313) , (313) , NORTHVLLE. Mid sized home, deep lot. Superb locatlon. (313) PNCKNEY. Minimum investment equal maximum potential. A steal at $48,900. Restored 1700 sq. ft. home. Call the Livingston Group, (313) or (313) ask lor Gene. (M-116GG). PNCKNEY. Well maintained 3 bedroom ranch, V/i baths, wooded, fenced yard. Storage shed and lake privileges on Chain ol Lakes. Prtced right at $49,500 Call Janet Keough, Preview Properties, (517) , PATTERSON Lake, REDUCED $5,000. Small 2 bedroom year round home, lake access. Must sell. $27,000. (313) SOUTH LYON. Sacrllice, 3 bedroom ranch. Den, llreplace, basement, garage. Reduced to $59,000. (313) SOUTH Lyon. Aldior ranch type house lor sale by owner. 3 bedrooms, lamily room, laige kitchen and dining, 1</i balhs, lull basement. Asking $65,000 on land contract ' Rushton. (313) SOUTH Lyon Spencer Road. Ranch home, 3.73 acres, forced air heat plus wood burner, 3 car garage, plus 2 extra out buildings, lish ponds, beaulilully landscaped, close to Ann Arbor and US-23, South Lyon Schools. $63,000. Terms. Oren Nelson Realtor, (313) orl-aoo WOLVERN E LAKE 3 bedroom, family room wilh tireplace, biisement, garage, 11%. (313) WOLVERNG Lakelront, Com-. merce Township. 3 bedrooms, 2 car attached garage, interior updated, enlosed new porch, deck overlooking sloping lot to lake. Well and septic updated since Dock and shed included, paved streets, immediate occupancy. $87,900. owner looking lor offers. Earl Kelm Realty 01 The Lakes, call Pat Boyle (313) or (313) BRGHTON Enjoy waterfront living, beautifully landscaped large lot. Screened porch with stairs leading to wolmanijed deck. Maintenance tree 2 bedroom home A good buy at $57,900. Call Michael Schoiti, Preview Properties, (517) CEDAR sland Lake n-level, 3 bedroom, V/3 bath, llreplace, 2'/i car garage, landscaped lot with many trees. $89,900. (313) HELL, lakelront on chain ol 7 lakes. This 2 bedroom remodeled charmer is ready lor mmediate occupancy. Land contract terms. $3«,900. REALTY WORLD VANS, (313) HAMBURG. 240 Gallagher lakelront. 4 bedroom colonial. Fireplace and large garage plus much much more! Just $114,900. REALTY WORLD VANS, (313) HABURG. Owners anxious 10 sell this 4 bedroom with walkout lower level. Pole barn. Vi acre lot. Wnans Lake area. $54,900. REALTY WORLD VANS, (313) PNCKNEYrAcreage on lake, horse barn, 2 bedroom, air, carpeting, deck, separate 2 bedroom apartment. $69,900. (313) PNCKNEY, watertront on Huron Chain ol Lakes. 3 bedrooms, 1'/» balhs, 2 lireplaces, large lamily room. Land contract terms. $69,900. REALTY WORLD VANS, (313) Condominiums BRGHTON, Forest Hills. Ranch type 2 bedroom, 2 balh, lull basement. 2 car attached garage, secluded end unit. Karastan carpeting, custom draperies. $84,500 terms. By owner. Bob Murphy (313) BRGHTON. 2 bedroom, 2 baths. Townhouse Condo Hamilton Farms, immaculate, beaulilully decorated, swimming pool. (31_3J227HM73, NORTHVLLE. Two bedroom lownhouse. Highland Lakes. '/i balhs, llreplace, new appliances, linlshed basement, gaiage. $60's. (313) , Fred. NO'vi. Open House, Cranbrook, Saturday - Sunday. 1 to 5p.m., Contemporary 3 bedroom, end unit lownhouse. Sharply decorated, prolessionally landscaped, garage, basemenl. By owner, $69, s Mobile Homes HGHLAND. Must seirt978 Patriot. 14 wide. $2,000 down, assume. (313) Mobile Homes BRGHTON 1971 Regent, 12 X 60, (*xpando. fully carpeted, large private lot al Woodland Lake, very well kept $6,000 (313) alter 4 30 pm BRGHTON 1980 Buddy, 12x54, 2 bedroom, excellent condition Can stay on lot $9,500 or best ofler. Possibility ol little or no money down (313) evenings. BRGHTON 3 bedroom, 1970 Peerless Only $8,900. Crest (517) BRGHTON Nice 2 bedroom on large corner lot Extras $9,600, owner anxious. Crest, (517) BRGHTON sharp 3 bedroom 1971 Marlett with expando on corner lot, $12,000. Crest. (517) COUNTRY Estates Mansion, 24 X 56, 3 bedrooms, 2 lull balhs, excellent condition, $19,500. (313) alter 5 pm. CHATEAU NOV. 14X66 American 2 bedroom, new carpeting throughout, built-in appliances, drapes, shed, gas grill. $0 down, assume mortgage. (313J CEDAR River ark. Sr. area, Beautilul 65 t. Park Estate with expandos, large covered carport, awnings, metal lawn building. 2 bedrooms and den wilh central heal and air. Stove, relrigerator, washer and dryer. Loads ot storage space, lovely landscaping. Priced right. (517) months free rent il purchased belore December 1, Used 1980 Sylvan, 14x60, 2 bedroom, partially lurnished, llreplace, skirted, ready to move in, reduced to $8,995. New 1984 Skyline-Jay, 14x60, 2 bedroom, very plush, has many extras, set up n our park, only $11,990. Financing available. West Highland Mobile Homes, 2760 S. Hickory Ridge Road, Miilord. (313) FOWLERVLLErigM HoiTiette, 2 bedroom, 12 x 65, asking $7,000, $1,500 down. (517) GREGORY, house trailer lor sale. 12 X 65 with 10 x 15 addition. $6,500. (313) alter 5:30 p.m. HGHLAND Greens Vindale, 12 x 63 with expando. Priced to sell, $11,900. Call W. J. Barnes Realty (313) or evenings (313) Mobile Homes HOWtLL 1969 Marlette 12 X 65, 2 bedrooms plus many extras (517) Sales By Triangle Mobile Homes x70 2 Bedroom, 2 bath, shed, central air, stove, relrigerator, patio awning, washer, dryer, retired section. $17, x52, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, completely lurnished, fireplaca. too much to list. $41, , 14x70, 2 Bedroom, 2 bath, addition & open porch, stove, refrigerator, shed. $11, x60 3 bedroom. 2 bath, stove, relrigerator, washer, dryer, $23, HGHLANDGREENS ESTATES N Mlllord Hil 1 mi N ot M'!)') (HiatiljncJ (!() 1313) HOWELL. Chateau Estates, 14 X 70, 2 bedroom, 2 baths, lurnished, drapes. Asking $14,900.(517) HAMBURG BEST BUY $3,000 DOWN $250 a month at 10% in eleven years buys this trailer and lot, 60x125 right on M-36. west ol Hamburg, live miles west ol US-23. Real beauty M-36. Asking $23,000. All olfers considered. Call Don LaOue. Maylair (313) HOWELL, by owner. 12x60 Herrll mobile home, can stay on 80x100 country lot. new carpel, linoleum, paini and decks. Appliances and woodstove stay. $5,500. Owner anxious, serious nquiries only. (517) HGHLAND x70. ririmediate occupancy. (313) before 4:15 pm. or (313) alter 5 pm. HOWELL. 12 X 65 3 bedroom with expando, low lot rent. $10,500. Crest. (517) HOWELL. 12 X 54, access to lake, carpeting, needs small repairs, you can move in now, $4,000 on lot. Must sell. (517) HOWELL. MobHe home, must sell. $6,000 or best oiler. (517) WHAT S THE BARGAN BARREL? you have an tem you wish to sell lor $25. or less or a group ol tems selling lor no more than $25. you can now place an ad n the Green Sheet lor '/i price! Ask our ad-laker to place a Bargain Barrel ad lor you, (10 words or less) and she will bill you only $2.25. (This special s ollered to homeowners only-sorry, no commercial accounts. B U L D E R ' S M O D E L S A L E OPEN WEEKENDS Noon til 5 P.M M.S.H.D.A. Loans (30 yr. fixed mortgage) Energy Package»Wood Windows«3 Bedrooms 2 Baths»Full Basement«Garage 37,900 Home only, on our lots witn lake pii»ilososoi yours MODEl gpighton LAKE RD HAMBURG CDM Builders Weekdays N O V on Hamburg Rd., 4 miles S. of Brighton Michigan's leader, Global Mobile Homes, is now offering 6 months FREE LOT RENT or the cash equivalent which may be used as a portion ot your down payment on every beautiful Global home. Choose from homes with a wide range of spacious floor plans and features including built-in dishwashers, real woodburning fireplaces, spacious kitchens and much morel OrrER EXENDED10 NOV. 15,1983 Global has tailored payments lo hi any budget All homes wilh our exclusive, 7 yr. Service Sentnr"" Exclusive bank linancingi mmediale occupancy! HOMES NC. HOWELL: (S17) S NOV: MACOMB: 949>«014 TAYLOR: SASHABAW: 62S-6337

12 &-B-SOUTHLYON HERALD-NORTHVLLE RECORD-WALLED LAKE-NOV NEWS-THE MLFORD TMES-WeOnesday, Octoberig, Mobile Homes HOWELL Chaieau 1981 Faiimoni, 2 beafoom. 2 tull bains, liiepiacc. OJO covered oeck jtm 10x14 enclosed porch, plus carpon J19,»0 or Desl oiler ( HOWELL Ctidteau, 1980 Shull, 3 Dedroorii, 'v baths. Musi sen, make oiler l5l7)54w)285 peisibienll) N quiel S>ivan Glen, 97'j Skyline deluxe 14x65. exceileni condition, air. wasner, dryer, *aler softener, on Deautilul lot, J17.5O0, (313) lor appoinimenl. KENSNGTON Place Moving, must sell! 1974 Greenwood 12»60. excellent condition, 2 bedroom, new hot water heater, appliances, drapes, carpeting and shed. J6.000 or best oiler (313X LYON TOWNSHP 1976 Hillcrest. 12x60. 2 bedroom, stove, relrigerator. new hoi water heater. (313) MUST be Moved. One bedroom, with porch. J7t)0 or best oiler ( NOV Meadows 1982 Fairmont 14x70 with expando, 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, all appliances. ron! deck, new shed, landscaped $25,500 (313) , 1971 Richtield. 12 x bedrooms. baths Excellent condition. $5,500, (31344W716. RED Oaks ol Chemuno 1977 Buddy. 14 X 70, $8,000 or best olter. Alter 5 pm. (313) SLVER Lake x44 Rembrandt, one bedroom, access to Silver Lake Boat and motor included $8,000. (313) alter 4 pm SOUTH Lyon. 12x60. 2 bedroom. 1"? balh. porch and shed $8,000.(313) Mobile Homes KJuburban iilobile Jome ~ - inc. For nformation About: Affordable Housing 'Low Down Payment Long Term Financing CALL 34&-1913 SOUTH LYON, Hillcrest 12 X bedroom, large bath and kitchen, great condition $7,000 (313) m AM (313) SOUTH Lyon Woods Park. 14 X 60 2 bedroom on corner lot Excellent condition, must move $10,800 (313) SOUTH LYON area. 2 bedrooms, appliances, large shed, must sell, make oiler, (313) evenings. SOUTH Lyon, immediate occupancy on Silver Lake, X 52 2 bedroom Furnished, lot rent $104. $7,950, (313) before 6 p.m (313) alter 6 p.m WOODLAND Pine Lodge 10x55. carpeted, new furnace, shed, appliances, $4,000 lirm, (313) or 1-(313) Acreage, Farms HARTLAND area, 31V? acres lor sale or trade for a house. Three 10 acre parcels with a hilltop view and 5,000 Christmas trees (313) Bank Ownsd Properties with NO CLOSNG COSTS and Excellent Terms. COMMERCAL, ini, oniinrri Ml hull'.lil i) i>" GMru; M.vrr... in no S. f!.ip.ifmii-nl P.i'li.illv ri-nlih.111(1.,'1 it m.i,,,n.mlh or.ml pdll'mll.ll Hir.M'll Pirnkiirv Lonmii'K i.il lul..'»,.i ' ih; 'M; M luiilllini: Nice loi-.llhin rlc,,f ci. M " ' in.i"> pdsi.i'iitiln';. B.iv C;.is Sl.ilicin in Sw.irl.' Crri'K? l.inl.;, n (jii.unil iioisl fomipr.'ssol LiK-.lli'd m Ui/.n,)n.i il,i,/lil.' lim M.im 'lni-i posbidiilips Liirn-i tn.in Cr, Si,iiiun Pnriii' H pliii..icn-s.'oniml itiiiunrd i.il ir Miltiin) '.'il r ul M.lliKil Ril ranlabi- LxcoHi-ril loi.ilion u:-.l (Hilr.iflr ol lortil For More nformation call: Acreage, Farms HOWELL By owner 220 acre larrn, 1'': imle-j bouui ol Howell NtAei 1,800 sq t ranch home Aiin large pole barn, approxirnalely 150 acre crop land Land conlraci available Asking $266, ) Lake Property LAKF. Shannon ',v acre lakelroni lot, land contract, lernis (313) Northern Property 5 acres more or less in Birch Highlands Estates near Gaylord. All wooded, good hunting, ust minutes oft expressway. Will sell on land contract with $1,000 down, $100 per month tor 36 months, no interest (313) HARRSON! west oi lo acres, wooded $5,995 $300 down. $100 per month, 10% Land Contract. Lots ol state land nearby Call Forest Land Company. (616) Vacant Property BRGHTON. One acre walkout site, prime location, $13,900 (313) , _ BRGHTON Township, Residential building site, $6,200 or best offer. (313) LOTS FOR SALE Prices Drastically Reduced HOWELL Fowler Helofils Sub. City water & sewer from '9,950 HARTLAND Rolling Hills Sub. V4-2V2 acres from «12,000 BRGHTON Eagle Helgfits Sub. 1-2 acres from M 5,000 5yr.-11%Land Contract Available Tom Adier Realty Co. (313) Vacant Properly BRGHTON Schools, 10 lake access lots. $9,000 to $ easy terms, (313) FENTON. west ot, 10 acte parcels, rolling, wooded, paved road frontage. From $12,000 up After 6 pm, (313) GAYLORD area 10 acres all wooded, boardering state land $8,500 land contract or discount tor cash buyer. (313) HOWELL Gorgeous 10 acres, pines, spruce. Assume land contract? (517) HARTLANb'VOacresr $16,000 or 20 acres (or $30,000. (517)546-)901, HOWELL rolling wooded 22 acres, B acres cleared, 3 miles South Pinckney Road, $2,100 per acre. Can split. Land contract terms. Banfield Real Estate. (5l7)546-fl030. HOWELL Hughes Road, wooded 3 acre parcel. Partially cleared. $12,900 Land contract terms. Bantield Real Estate. (517) NOV BY OWNER RESDENTAL 24Vj&l2i«Acre Parcels NineMileand Tall Eleven Mile andtalt 20% DOWN Excellent Terms Weekdays after 6:00 Weekends, (313) SOUTH LYON. 2 acre parcel, perked, ready lo build, 11 Mile near Milford Road. Afso 12 acre parcel. (313) or (313) SOUTH Lyon, Vi acre building sites, paved streets, lake, underground utilities. Reduced prices. (313) SOUTH LYON. Peaceful, rolling 5 acres, trees, perked, easy terms, (313) ndustrial, Commercial TWO office buildingt for sale. Approximately 1.2P0 sq. ft. each. Terms availaole. $59,000 and $89,000, H J Cornell Realtor. (517) ncome Property BRGHTON, for sale or lease 1500 sq, tl office or store on Hilton near Grand River. Will finish to suit. Rose Realty, (313) (313) MrLFORD. 2 units, good condition house, income $6,500 per year, tenants pay utilities, on- J38 (313)349:5480; 037 Real Estate Wanted ALL cash (or your existing land contract. Highest dollars. Perry Really, (313) CASH lor your land contracts. Call (517) ask (or Roger CONDO in West Oakland County in exchange (or Livonia 4 bedroom $43,000 house. Ray (313) WE BUY HOMES. You must ask (or Nick Nitoli at ihe Llvingston Group. (313) Cemetery Lots 4 Cemetary lots, (313) $150 each. RURAL Hills, Northviile, 4 lots, $250 each or $200 each in groups o( two. (313) FOR RENT 061 Houses For Rent WATERFRONT lot in nteriochen Estates, Florida. Approximately 142 by 117 (. zoned lor mobile homes. Will sell on land contract with $2,000 down and $100 per month (or 60 months, no interest. (313) ndustrial, Commercial HOWELL. 30,000 square fool ndustrial building, near expressway, 90% complete, excellent jermsj3l3)229 NOV. 1.74"acres. Grand River Novi Roads, with building. (313) NORTHVLLE downtown luxury olfice building lor sale, ideal (or any professional use. Parking. 1,164 sq. ft. (313) , after 7:00 pm (313) ATTENTON HOMEOWNERS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT FOR SNGLE FAMLY HOME Accredited Management 0 r 0 a n z a i 0 n, Meadowmanagement nc. (AMO) specilallzes in leasing and management of single family homes. Call Bruce Lloyd (313) or (313) BRGHTON. Furnished home on Crooked Lake, 500 ft. lakelronlage, $400 month, $400 security. mmediate occupancy. (313) or (313) BRGHTON. One bedroom cottage on sland Lake, $175 plus security deposit plus utilities. 2 bedroom cottage. $22S plus security deposit plus utilities. (313) , (313) Houses For Rent BRGHTON Twsp fanch'home on 10 acres, 2 to 4 bedrooms, fireplace. 2 cat garage. $400 a month Call evenings (313) BRGHTON, 'Beautiful (our bedroom home, new, $850 per month (313) or (313) BRGHTON. Overioohing beautiful Fonda Lake, unlurnished 2 bedroom, livmg, dining, family room, (irepiace. No pels. Reierences, security deposjt(3l3)42m75l. BRiGHTON, Bfiggs Lake. 5 rooms, 2 bedroom ranch, gas forced air heat. $325 a month, month's security. mmediate occupancy. Call now, ieameyagem3j3)46w6 BRGHTON area,'3 bedrooms, excellent condition, $375 month. For information. MUST ask lor Joe DeKroub. (313) The Livingston Group. BRGHTON. Four bedroom with (irepiace, no pets. $500 month. (313) BRGHTON. 4 bedroom 2'/i balh waterlront quad, $550 month plus security and references. Call Hilda Wischer, (313) BRGHTON, 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch, walkout basement, $375 a month plus security deposit and references. Call Hilda Wischer, (313) BRGHTON.' Furnished 3 bedroom lakefront home (or rent, utilities included. 2 miles east ol Brighton, no pets. (313) BRGHTON. Three bedroom ranch on acreage, attached garage. $425 monthly. (517) BRGHTON. 3 bedroom, lake access, available November 1. $360 a monlh plus utilities. Call days (313) , after 6 p.m. (313) BRGHTON. Three bedroom, basement, rent with option. $44,500. The Livingston Group, Sandy Gavin. V-14. (313) BRGHTON, 3 bedroom. $325 month, no pels, reierences. (313) after 5 p.m. BRGHTON, $300 monlh. 2 bedroom, reierences, no pels. Evenings, (313) COHOCTAH area. Farmhouse, 3 bedroom, woodslove, small horse barn, 5 acres, $350 plus utilities. First, lasi month plus $200 deposit. (313) after 4 pm. 061 Houses For Rant 061 Houses For Rent 061 Houses For Rent FENTON city, nice 2 bedroom home. Appliances, carpeting, 2'/? car garage, large lot. $395 monthly Lease, security. (313) F 0WL E R VLL E "f h r ee bedroom house. 1'/ CMths, basement, garage. (517) FOWLERVTLLE. TWO bedroom bungalow, newly remodeled, close to town and park, preler couple or couple with one child, no pets. $350 month plus deposit. (517) HOWELL area. 3 bedrooms, $400 month plus security. (313) HAMBURG, Brighton area. Four bedroom larmhouse on 52 acres, pond, sublease okay. $450. (313) HOWELL, executive conlemprorary 3 bedroom. 2,200 sq. tl. 2 fireplaces, alrium, pole barn, 4 acres. $525 a month plus utilities. (313)665,(313) HOWELL. Executive brick ranch, 3 bedroom, 2</i baths, 2 lireplaces, custom kitchen, attached garage, finished basement. $550 per month. Phone (517) HOLLY' Tipsico Lake access on 5 acres. 2 bedroom, V/i baths, garage, washer, dryer, refrigerator, range. $350 monthly. (313) , (313) HARTLAND/MAXFELD LAKE. Two bedroom furnished on wooded lot overlooking lake. Fireplace, hardwood floors, gas furnace. $435 month. (313) HGHLAND. Three bedroom, two bath home with woodburning stove, lake privileges, shed. Asking $450 month. Please call Crawford nvestments, (313) HGHLAND area. Small two bedroom house with garage on paved road. $325 per month plus security. After S pm, (313) HAMBURG. Waterlront. Furnished 2 bedroom, $325 per month. (313)34a LYON Township. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, fully carpeted, fireplace, $450 per month, referenced required. Call after 6 pm. (313) (313) LNDEN. Howell schools. House (or rent North Latson. $250 rent, deposit $200. (517) MLFORD Centennial home, three bedrooms Ollering fenced yard, woodburning stove, basement, $500 month Call Crawford nvestments. (313) , MLFORD Small country home on main road, adults preferred. (313) (313) , FOWLERVLLE. 2 bedroom country, 1 acre, $300. Available November 5. (517) FOWLERVLLE. Charming like new 3 bedroom country home, just oft Large yard, mature trees, modest heal bills. $425. Phone (517) Barn for small horse negotiable. LARGE 6 room house on Walled Lake, includes stove and relrigerator. $450 per month plus last months rent and security deposit. References required. Call (313) MLFORD. Three bedroom rllevel, walking distance from shopping center. $500 month, available November 1. (313) NORTHVLLE. 3 or 4 bedroom Dutch Colonial in nice older section of cily, formal dining room, deck, garage, basement. 1 year lease with possible option to buy. Please no pets. Available November 1. $525 monthly. (313)474)50 or (313) NOV, Grand River. Large house lor rent,- 3 bedroom apartment upstairs, separate entrance. Large 4 bedroom home downstairs lor rent, new gas furnace. (313) , Shirley Cash Really. NOV. Clean 2 bedroom on 3 acres, fully carpeted, 14x20 family room, V/i car garage, $110 weekly, no pets. (313) _ N 0 R T H VTL L E. Three bedroom, in town, fenced lot, car garage. $530 per month. (313) PNCKNEY. Country estate, 3 bedroom. D acres, large 2 story barn, low utility bills Spears. REASONABLE. (313) PNCKNEY. Small one bedroom house at Patterson Lake, carpeted throughout, real nice, reierences required, $235 month. (313) PNCKNEY. 3 Bedroom, V/2 bath ranch, new carpeting, deck, real nice. $450 per month. (313) PCKNEY. 4 bedroom, in country, senic, attached healed garage, beautifully decorated, carpeted, drapes, $425. (313) (616) PNCKNEY. 3 bedroom, V/i bath ranch, new carpel and deck, fenced yard. 2 car heated garage. $450 month. (313) SANDY Bottom Lake, available September S until June. 3 bedroom house, no dogs, $325 per month, (313) SOUTH Lyon, 3 bedroom ranch. Den, lireplace, basement, garage, $650. (313) STOCKBRDGE. 3 bedroom, V/i baths, near store, post office and bank, quiet location, beautifully decorated, curtains, rugs, appliances, $350. (313) (616) WHTE Lake. For rent or lease available November Ridge Road. (313) WHTE Lake. Total awesome Calilornia modern on White Lake. Ail new, with appliances, $450, plus utilities $200 deposit, (313) , evenings. WHAT S THE BARGAN BARREL? t you have an item you wish to sell lor $25. or less or a group of items selling for no more than $25. you can now place an ad in he Green Sheet for Vi pricel Ask our ad-taker to place a Bargain Barrel ad lor you, (10 words or less) and she will bill you only $2.25, (This special is offered to homeowners only-sorry, no commercial accounts. 062 Lakefront Houses For Rent FONDA Lake. Small 2 bedroom, fireplace, garage, appliances, carpeted, gas heat, newly remodeled, no pets, $350, possible option to buy. (313) HOWEtiL, Brighton area. Waterlront home, remodeled, 2 bedrooms, available October 15 or thereafter, until? Month to month. $250 plus utilities. Lovely beach. deal for retirees, single or couple. Call (517) ask for rene. PNCKNEY. Highland Lake. 20 minutes rom Ann Arbor and Howell, beauiilully remodeled 2 bedroom. Reasonable Weiman. (313) SOUTH Lyon. Three bedroom lakefront home with fireplace and double garage, scenic hilltop setting on a secluded lake west of town. $49$ through June, negotiable thereafter. The Plymouth Colony, (313) SLVER Lakefront. South Lyon. 3 bedroom all brick ranch, lull ceramic tile bath, lireplace, 2 car garage, kitchen with built-lns, gas heat, fully carpeted. $590. (313) Apartments For Rent ANN Arbor. One bedroom apartments available. Call about our special: Ann Arbor, (313) BRGHTON. Private one bedroom, scenic, sir, storage, carport, pels. $285. (313) ,(313) BRGHTON. One bedroom apartment in downtown. $250, heated. (313) BRGHTON 2 bedroom apartment, good location. (313) V DEADLNE S FRDAY AT 3:30 P.M. HOUSEHOLD SERVCE AND BUYERS DRECTORY DEADLNE S FRDAY AT 3:30 P.M. Alarm Service Asphalt Brick, Block, Cement Building & Remodeling Building & Remodeling Carpentry ALARM systems. Commercial, residential, fire, burglar. A. McCardeli, 5486 osco Road, Webberviiie. (517) Aluminum ALUMNUM siding, trim, gutters, all aluminum repairs. Mel Oja,(313) BLANCHARO SDNG AND GUTTERS Free estimates, licensed. (313) Appliance Repair D.R, Electric. Appliance service: refrigerators, freezers, microwave ovens, dishwashers, ranges, washers and dryers. Large parts inventory (or do-ityoursek. Prompt courteous service, low rales. (517) , 116 West Grand River, HowelLchigan RCK'S APPLANCE SERVCE CO Serving you since Highland, Millord White Lake, Commerce Wailed Lake, Novi Servicing all major brands. Washers, dryers, d i s h w a s h e r s. Refrigeration, air conditioning. 10% o(( for seniors and u n e m p l o y e d. Fast, courteous service you can depend on. (313) LEHR ASPHALT PAVNG Also ROOFNG Commercial & Residential, Quality Work, THE PRCE S RGHT! Deep Strength Materials, FREE ESTMATE ADORA ASPHALT SERVCES PAVNG PATCHNG SEAL COATNG Free Estimates All Work Guaranteed John Fleming (313) Auto Repair SPECAL Professional appliance repair, service call only $ Call today and be in service tonight! We work on ail major brands. (517) Asphalt STATEWDE PAVNG Commercial Residential FREE ESTMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED (313) RUST repairs, bumping, painting, (rame work. Free reasonable estimates. (517) Brick, Block, Cement ALLCEVENT& (VlASONRY SPECALZNG Custom Repairs. Res'l., Comm'l. Porches, drives, walks, patios, toolings, etc 20 yrs. exp. Licensed. nsured. Free Est. JJ C&FCEMEMT ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK BASEMENT, GARACES. DRVES, WALKS, ETC. RESDENTAL & COMMERCAL 30 years experience (313) ACT NOW Professional brick and block work done at low prices. Big job or small. Any size repair Free estimates. Call J B Masonry. (31 3) (313) HGHLAND MCHGAN ASPHALT PAVNG Driveways, Parking Lots, etc. Seal Coating "All Work Guaranteed" Free Estimates A-1 cement work, driveways, porches. Block and brick worls and repair. Marcucci Construction. Free estimates Tom, (313) _ BRCK, block and cement work. Top quality work ot all kinds with satislaction guaranteed. Plus repairs, chimneys, wood stoves, etc. Big or small jobs. (313) ; BRCK, block, cement work, licensed and insured (517) CONCRETE work. Block foundations, garages, porches, driveways, walks, patios, basement floors, pole barns, repair work. Cali Pyramid, (313) CONCRETE driveways, garages, basements, etc. Quality workmanship, tree estimates. (517) CEMENT', BRCK AND BLOCK. All types ol mansonry and repairs. New construction and additions. Professional work at low rales. (313) NGRATTA&SON Concrete, brick, block, excavating. Free estimates. Experienced - reliable. Call Rico, (517) J & L Masonry and Cement nc. all types ol masonry, new and repair. Free estimate. (313) LAKES RESTORATON Porch and chimney repairs and rebuilds. Concrete patching, tuckpolnting and all masonry repairs. Caulking, cleaning, waterproofing. Call alter 4 pm, (313) LEONARD Masonry. Specializing, lireplaces, porches, chimneys. Reasonable price. Free estimates. (3U)34M644. MASONRY BY, G.GARRETT Residential and commercial. Brick, block, natural stone. Rumlord lireplaces. Quality craftsman, reasonable prices. (313) NNO'S concrete work, basements, floors, porches, driveways. Trucking, gravel. Reasonable. Free estimates. (313) YOUNG Building & Excavaiing Enterprises. Block work, hrick work, lireplaces and additions. (313) (313) Building & Remodeling AAA quality, reasonable prices. All types of home improvements, additions, garages, aluminum siding, roofing, decks, gutters, kitchen and bath remodeling. We do it all from start to finish. (517) t costs no more...to get (irst class workmanship FRST PLACE Vi/NNER o( two National Awards, HAfvllLTON has been satisfying customers (or over 20 years. You deal directly with the owner. All work guaranteed and competitively priced. FREE ESTvlATES Designs Additions Kitchens Porch Enclosures, etc. HAMLTON Uustom Remodeling CaliSS9-S Hours QUALTY REMODELNG Complete building and remodeling service. Rough and linish carpentry. Kitchens and basements our specialty. 18 years' experience Free estimates Licensed JERRY'S REPAR AND MODERNZATON (313) AfterSp.m. Jerry's Construction Co. Commercial & Residential Building specializing in: All areas of fvlasonary Rough & Finish Carpentry Licensed & nsured Free Estimates (517) or (313) ROGERFOSS& COMPANY Remodeling/Repair New Homes Additions/Garages Basements Ki1chens/Baths ROGER FOSS Licensed/nsured (313) '1 will be glad to show you my work. References given. ADDTONS, new homes, garages, remodeling, all types of building. Licensed and insured. (313) BURNS AND SONS QUALTY BULDER REASONABLE PRCES For free estimates on your addition, dormer, new home, garage, roof or siding, call: (313) BLL MURPHY QUALTY BULQER CUSTOM HOMES additions, dormers, garages, decks, finished carpentry. HOME REMODELNG kitchens, bathrooms, aluminum siding, roofing, brick, masonry and foundation repair raising and leveling houses Licensed and nsured FREE ESTMATES f ALL Lakeland. Ml (313) D. C. B. Custom Quality Building. Remodeling and designing. Basements, kitchens, bathrooms, rec rooms, formica tops and saunas. (313) FREE ESTMATES Mike Vallie licensed builder. We specialize in complete home weatherization. New construction remodeling. Senior citizen discounts. (313) (313) KTCHEN remodeling, cabinets and countertops. References. Tom Nelson. (313) KTCHEN REMODELNG Formica Face your old cabinets Custom Counter Tops Basement Rec. Rooms Any Finish Wood-work JACK STRACHAN (313) LCENSED builder. FREE ESTMATES. Ail types remodeling. Garages, decks, additions. Larry (313) QUALTY building at the lowest prices. Additions, garages, repairs, rooting, siding, cement and block work. (313) Bulldozing BAGGETT EXCAVATNG Septic systeins, basements, bulldozing, gravel, driveway culverts, parking lots and sewers. NORTHVLLE BULLDOZNG, grading, backhoe work, trucking and drain lields. Young Building & Excavating Enterprises. (313) ,(313) DRVEWAYS, septic systems, bulldozing and backhoe work. Sand, gravel and topsoii. Radio dispatched trucks. T.T.&G Excavating. (517) DRVEWAY gravel, sand and ilil dirt, septic systems (new and repairs), bulldozing and backhoe work. Culver Construction. (517) , (517) POND Dredging, wide track bulldozing. Fast and efficient. Cali Doug for free estimates. (313)45M676 days, (313) evenings. POND dredging, open ditch, new and cleanout, wide-track bulldozing and grading. Over 20 years experience. Klein Excavating,(517)54fr0391. POND dredging and development. Turn swamp areas into useful irrigation or decorative ponds. Equipped for last efficient work. Ron Sweet, (313) SMALL bulldozing, grading, pre-landscaping, sod. Free estimates. Day or evening. (313) Carpentry CARPENTRY work by vel Farmer. Hamburg, Pinckney, Brighton area. (313) DECKS, doors, painting, recreation rooms, roofing, stairs, industrial maintenance. (313) CARPENTER, 30 years experience. Remodeling and repairs, A-1 work at reasonable prices. (517) HOME improvement, all types of carpentry work. Custom remodeling, countertops, cabinets, drywall. Call Gary, (313) ROOF repair and carpentry work, no job too small. Call Bill, (313) Carpet Cleaning ABLE Carpet and Upholstery Cleaners. 2 average size rooms cleaned $20. Satisiaction guaranteed. (313) GENERAL Maintenance Corp. We get all the dirt others leave behind. Powertuli Chemstactors. 2 rooms any size, $35. Residential only. One hallway free. (313) MGB Carpet Cleaning, residential and commercial. Furniture and automobile available. Steam extraction. (313) , (313) , (313) PROFESSONAL carpet, furniture, wall cleaning. Fire and smoke, water damage. 2 step cleaning. SenriceMaster ol Howell. (517) Carpet Service CARPET installed and repaired, 25 years experience. (517) CARPET, vinyl and tile installer also repair specialist. 18 years experience. Good buys on carpet and pad. Cali Bob (313) or (313) Ceramic Tile ALL ceramic tile expertly done, new and repair, licensed. (313) (313) Chimney Cleaning & Rei ' Ctilmney Cleaning A Ffei repair Electrical Fencing repair ACT NOW Prolessional chimney sweep. Fireplace repair, woodstove set up. Free estimates. Call JB. CHMNEY SWEEP. (313) ,(313) A-1 Service, new chimneys, all masonry repairs. Cleaned, roof leaks. (313) A clean chimney is a safe one. We clean all wood burners, lireplaces and oil burning furnaces. Fully insured. Ca i Stan's Chimney Cleaning, (313) (313) CHMNEYS, fireplaces, repaired or built new, cleaned. Wood stove installation. State licensed, insured. Northvllle Construction. Free estimates. (313) CHMNEYSWEEP Fireplaces and wood stoves cleaned. No mess cleaning the modern way. Cali George Mann the "Master Sweep". (313) DON'T let your furnace catch a chilli Be in comfort, call us today for complete cleaning and tune-up. Be ready for winter! Save $10 with this adi (517) DAVE'S CHMNEY SWEEP Ail wood burners and lireplaces. A totally clean operation. Call (517) or home (517) HOUSE of Commons Chimney Sweep Company. All wood burners and lireplaces cleaned, he best lob for less. Call (313) PONCHO'S Chimney Sweeps, satisfaction guaranteed. Call (313) THE Mad Hatter, fireplaces, wood stoves, repairs, accessories, cleanlineas guaranteed. nsured. Excellenl rates. (517) Clean Up i Hauling ALL-AROUND clean up and hauling. Residential, commercial building debris. Appliances, light demolition. Very negotiable. (313) TRASH and Carry, rubbish, junk, appliances, anything. Very reasonable rates. (517) MD-Michigan Electric. ndustrial, commercial, residential. (517) Excavating EARL EXCAVATNG Septic fields, drain fields, sewers, basements, land clearing, grading, driveways. Sand, gravel, topsoii delivery. Perk tests. (313) Clock Repair SERENTY Bob's Clock Shoppe, repair, buy, sell. (313) Commerce Road. Union Lake. EXCAVATON: Basements, drainfieids, driveways. A full service excavator. We offer experience and quality. Aldrich Excavating. (313) LAND clearing, acceage. hedge rows and rock piles. By the acre or by the hour. Open ditches dug or cleaned out. Culver Construction, (517) , 'mi-rm. """.iciiing. lootings. Block and cement work. Licensed and in8ureri.(5-' '.i-fliia Plac /our ad in the Gicen Sheet Day or Night Northvllle Novi Walled Lake South Lyon Milford 68S-870S FENCNG ALL KNDS Commercial - Residential - ndustrial All Types of Chain Link - Split Rail & Farm Specializing in Wood Privacy Fences - Fence Repairs, Free Estimates. SOUTH LYON FENCE CO POST Hole digging (or pole barns, fences, and wood decks. Call (313) Furniture Refinisting FURNTURE repair and restoration. The Sawdust Box, Dudley Scott. (517) FURNTURE Stripping by hand. Cali Jim. (517)S , (517) Handyman AL Pollard - woodwork. Home, i repairs, ree estimates. ' (313) ALL AROUND HANDYMAN Carpentry, plumbing, and electrteal repairs. A-1 work. Free estimates. (313) EXTEROR painting, drywall, carpentry. Any small or large job. Experienced carpenter. Reasonable. All areas. (313) Drywall DRYWALL. old and new, texturing, ree estimates, 17 years experience. (313) (313) DRYWALL, hang finished and textured. Call Frank (517)546- S369 or Jim (517) JOURNEYMAN drywall, taper and texturing. Call Wayne afler6:00 pm. (313) LVNGSTON Piastering/- Texture Contractors. Repairs, remodeling, customizing, prolessional quality. (313) M. B. Drywall. Quality work. Free estimates. Reasonable rates. (313) TOM T. Drywall, new and remodeling. Smooth, spray or texture. Call (517)S4S Electrical ELECTRCAN, licensed. Residential and commercial. Free estimates. Reasonable rates. (313) LCENSED electrician, lowest possible rates, immediate servlce (313) MASTER ELECTRCAN David A. Brandon Courteous.dependable (313) (313) ROJAC Electrical Contracting nc., 426 W. Main. Brighton. Try us! We are electrifying. Bob Chenoweth. (313) Evenings. (313) J&JPOLE BULDNG Pole Building, ail types. Horse Barn Specialist., QUALTY WORK, ROOT'S EXCAVATNG SNOW PLOWNG & REMOVAL CONTRACTS AVALABLE BULLDOZNG BACK FLLS BASEMENTS DRVEWAYS ROADS STUMP REMOVAL <f GRAVEL/TOP SOL * "WE WLL QLADLY MOVE THE EARTH FOR YOU" FREEESTKMATES Jim Root 16Y«anCKp«rtanc«i Wednesday, October 19,1963-SOUTH LYON HERALD-NORTHVLLE RECORD-WALLED LAKE-NOV NEWS-THE MLFORD TMES-7-B 064 Apartments For Rent GRAND PLAZA APARTMENTS N HOWELL Rentals from $274. ncludes heat, water, carpet, drapes, range, refrigerator, garbage disposal, clubhouse and pool. No pets. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Tuesday. (517) Apartments For Rent BHGHT'ON', l' arid"2 bedrooms. Convenient location. From $225 a month. (313) BRGHTON in town cozy, 1 bedroom, furnished, ca,eled. (313) _ BRiGHTON. Efiiciency apartment. $175 month. No pels, singles. (313) BRGHTON, downtown bedroom. Jusi remodeled. $210 per month plus utilities. (313) or (313) Apartments For Rent KENSNGTON P A R K ARTS. 2 Bedroom Apts. from $299 Carpet Appliances Air Pool & Clubhouse HEAT NCLUDED 1-96 at Kent Lake Exit, across (rom Kensington State Park, 7 minutes (rom 12 Oaks Mall Bedroom at $249 KAFTAN ENTERPRSES 35?-3800 BROOKDALE Modern 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments The ideal choice for retiring or working people! Providing the best value and best quality. Featuring: Spacious Rooms Covered Parking Central Air Conditioning Wall to Wall Carpeting Balconies Pool Club House Spectacular Grounds Next to Brookdale Shopping BRODKDALE CoriMf ol t Mil* ltd PenllM Trill > Open Otllr until 0 Phone Furnlit)*d Apartmenl* AvailaWe i.2 THEQLENS Live in lovely wooded «re«neur downioion Biignion E*sy ecceit lo 96 and 23 Elticiancy A 2 bedioom units wilh spacioui roomk. pnvile balconies, lully carpeted, appliances, pool, smoke deiecioi STAHTNQ AT 2S2 PER MONTH BRQHTON CREST MOTEL 4495 W.GRAND RVER HOWELL (517) Apartments, efficiencies, sleeping rooms. All wilh ree Salelite TV. Prices starting at $50 per week plus security. FOWLERVLLE. Large wo bedroom apartmenl, all appliances, carpeted, easy x- way access. $240 per monlh plus security deposit. Cali (517) _ FOWLERVLLE. mmaculate well furnished 1 bedroom studio apartment. Reasonable. (517) FOWLERVLLE 2 bedroom apartment for rent. No pels. Good location. (517) HOWELL. Two bedroom wiih loft, spacious, convenient lo downtovn shopping, immediate occupancy. $450. security deposit, $450. (517) Apartments For Rent HOWELL. We've got usl what you've been looking for. This is your answer to apartment living. Freshly painted and clean 2 bedroom apartments with microwave oven, dishwasher, carports, sliding glass palio doorwalis, and much more all here and waiting just tor you only at Quail Creek Apartments. Call lor your appointment today, (517) Sorry no pels. HOWELL. HOLLY HLLS APARTMENTS, 1 and 2 bedrooms, modern unils, $250 up. Fully equipped including clubhouse and swimming. (517) HARTLAND. 2 bedroom, gas heal, stove, relrigeralor, washer, dryer. Available immediately, $325 month. (313) evenings HOWELL PNE TREE APARTMENTS Large 1-2 bedrooms, rom $256. includes heat, appliances, security doors, pool and club house. No pets. 90 days lo pay security deposit if quaiilied. We accept Section 8. (517) Apartments For Rent 064 Apartments For Rent HOWELL, 4 large rooms upstairs, lurnished. Ulililies paid. Adults preierred. no pets. 10 miles northeast ol Howell. (517) Rote a Change. Ni-sllfd amiin hi' rolling hills and iillrjclivi- ciiunlrynldt' ui hisuirii' Norlhvilii', Aquiiint villdgi' dlmohfihi-ri' which lllmllnl suburban convenk'nci' with downtown avjiiai'iiity SrACOUS: 1 BDRM,-53>»H, Fl, 2BORrM,-OSorl07a!H Fl. JBPRH -mssq.h Abundant Storage and Cioxt Spacr Privair Entiancr ClubhouM and Fireside Lounge Pool Tennis Courts Sauna Heal ncluded. nnsbrook Apartments V, Mik-s Wi-st of -27S iin 7 tvlilt- R,ud Open daily loam-ppm,. Sal -Sun 12.hp m HOWELL. Living room, kitchen, one bedroom and bath. All utilities included. $250 per month. (517) before 5 p.m.. (517) after 5 p.rn. HOWELL. Absolutely pertect apartmenl for single quiet person, beautilul country living one mile from town. Heal, electric and laundry included. No pets/kids/smoking, $250 per month. (517) HOWELL. Small one bedroom, in city, $235 plus utilites, $235 deposit. Employed person need only apply. No pets. (517)548-14«. HOWELL. 2 bedroom apartmenl, refrigerator, stove, ail utilities paid, $300 month plus $300 security deposit. (517) HOWELL. 1 bedroom apartment, adults preierred. $250 per monlh. (517) HOWELL city of. House. First month plus security, $325. (517)546;J1. HOWELL, downtown. 1 bedroom. $195 plus utililies. no pets. (517) after 8 p.m. and weekends. HOWELLrin town. 1 bedroom, ulililies funished. walk to shopping, banking, $210. month. (313) LAKEPONTE APARTMENTS now accepting reservation for 1 or 2 bedroom apartments rom $235. Office hours 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday or by appointment. (313) LAKELAND. 2 bedroom. $215 per month, lirst and last. $100 security. (313) LEXNGTON MANOR 1 BEDROOM FROM $255 2 BEDROOM FROM $300 includes heal, pool and carpeting. Senior discounts. 1 MONTH FREE RENT BRiGHTON MTLFORD. 2 bedroom lownhouse, 686 N. Main Slreel.(313)685;8408 MLFORD. 2 bedroom, clean and quiel. Large storage, close lo town, $330 plus security. (313)6652. NORTHVLLE, efficiency in town. 1 adult. (313) NOV, one bedroom furnished, mature lady, no pets. $400 monlh includes utilities. (313) PNCKNEY 2 bedrooms. $330 per monlh, all utilities paid. Call (313) PNCKNEY. Too good" lo be truel Attractive two bedroom, Vh baths, garage. $320 month. (313) PNCKNEY, 6 miles west ol. 1 bedroom apartmenl. Heat and electric included. $250 month. (313) alter6 pm. ROLLNG Meadows Apartments now accepting applications lor 1 and 2 bedroom apartments in the lamily seclion only. 1 bedroom starting at $217, 2 bedroom starting at $242.(517) STOCKBRDGE. Elliciency apartment, lirst lloor. close to stores and post office, cozy quiet, newly decorated and carpeted, completely lurnished. utilities paid. $175. (313) (616) FORALMTED TME ONLY 1 MONTH FREE RENT 1 BEDROOM UNTS ONLY PONTRAL APARTMENTS in South Lyon on Pontlac Trail between 10 & 11 Mile Rds. CABLE TV AVALABLE Rent from '270 per month HEAT NCLUDED Spacious 1 & 2 bedroom units available with central air, carpeting, all electric kitchen, clubhouse Apartments For Rent S(3UTH L'TON. ~2 bedroom apartmenl in town, $280 monlh. Heat and water included. mmediate occupancy. (313H WHTMORE Lake. East Shore Apartments, large 2 bedroom apartments, carpeting, drapes, stove and relrigerator. $299 a month plus utilities. Call Ann Arbor Trust Company Realtors. (313) WEBBERVLLE apartment. 2 bedroom, appliances, carpel, drapes, garage. (517) , (313) Duplexes For Rent BRiGHTOH. 2 bedtoom duplex, carpeted, within walking distance lo Meijers and downtown, no pets. $370 per monlh, lirst, last and security. Call(313) tjejore 7 pm. BRCiHTON, near 1-96 expressway. 2 bedroor.n, $300 monlh. (313) BRGHTON. Clean 2 bedroom, slove. refrigerator, drapes included, carpeting throughout, available November 1. $325 plus security. (313) (313) HOWELL. 1 bedroom, convenient to downtown, $240 per month plus utilities. No pets. Call alter 5 pm. (313) HOWELL. 2 bedroom duplex slove and refrigerator. (517) HOWELL, 2 bedroom, stove, refrigerator. $200 a month plus utilities. (313) PNCKNEY. 2 bedroom, carpeted, air conditioned, $280 a month plus security deposit. Call (313) after 6 p.m. or(313) Duplexes For Rent 065 Duplexes For Rent H ARTLANOTy bedroomt gas ~ heal, stove, refrigerator, washer, dryer. Available immedialeiy. $325 month (313) evenings. HOWELL. 2 bedrooms, convenient to downtown. $290 per month plus utilities, no pets. Call after 5 p.m. (313)22»8832. HOWELL in town, furnished, 2 bedrooms, appliances, laundry, 6 month lease, available November 1. $300 monthly plus ulililies and security deposit. (517) or (313) after 6 p.m. lor appointment. HOWELL. Sharp 2 bedroom PNCKNEY. Attractive two bedroom, carpeted, appliances. $300 plus security. (3j3) PNCKN~EY7Deluxe energy efficient new duplex for rent, fireplace, $400 per month. 1313) or (313) wilh lull basement, large yard, appliances, completely carpeted wilh wood paneling, $315 per monlh.j3j3) HOWELLr One bedroom duplex on Lake Chemung, $250 month, security deposit required. No pets. Call (313) or (517) HOWELL schools. 2 bedroom duplex with laundry' room, disposal, range, refrigerator, storage building. (517) , (517) NEW Hudson. Big apartment, two ' bedrooms, $315 per month, first, last, security. (517)54M791orJ313) NOFTHViLLE. Beautilul 3 bedroom, 2</ bath, 2 lireplace duplex, $600 month. Call (313) after 5 pm. PNCKNEY area. Modern 2 bedroom duplex with lake access and garden space. No pets. $270. (313) Rooms For Rent BRGHTON, lurnished room wilh house priveleges. working male preierred. October thru May $200 month plus half phone. (313) FOWLERVLLE furnished room, private entrance, ulililies paid. $110 a month. (517) LEXNGTON Motel, rooms by day or week. Color TV, radios, refrigerators Old 23, (313) minutes from US-23 and NORTHVLLE, by the week or month. Furnished, air conditioned. Wagon Wheel Lounge, Northviile Hotel. 212 S. Main. riorthvlle. Sleeping room for rent. (313) NCE room tor rent, gentleman preierred. Cali before noon. (313) Bargain Barrel ANSON aluminum wheels, 10x14. $25. (313)685<829. BROWN lounge chair, $12. 9 Wood rocker. $6. Wood bedroom chair, $3. (313)685- [1733. BABY crib by Swarkline, nice condition, $25. (313) after 6 pm. L60X15 tires, $10 each. (313) TWO professional electric curling irons, $6.00 each. (313) WHRLPOOL dishwasher, needs work, $15. Polaroid color pack wilh case, $10. (313) WHTE crib, complete, $15. Chiids piano, $10. (313) WOODEN play pen, $12. n-j laseat, $12. (313) HOUSEHOLD SERVCE AND BUYERS DRECTORY Handyman Landacaping Landscaping Painting A Decorating EXPERENCED Handyman. Home repairs, painting, yard work, decks, custom remodeling. Free estimates. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call Ron (313) or Dick (313) HANDYMAN. Painling, drywall, carpentry, paneling and home repairs. Free estimates. Call Loren. (313) if no answer, call belore 6am or after 5:30pm, LEAF raking, truck hauling, garage and basement cleaning, outside ii)aintenance, lawn mowing. (313) PUTTNG off odd jobs around the house? can do them! Caii Tom at (517) Heating & Cooling OCTOBER FURNACE SALE Gas furnaces from $1,099 with free flue damper. 95% efficient unit available. Humidifier rom $149 and electronic air cleaner (rom $339. All prices includes insulation, (313) , (313) Home Maintenance HELP employ unemployed workers. Wanted small home maintenance jobs. Plumbing, electric, carpentry, painting. Reasonable rates. (313) after 3 p.m. nsujation NSULATON, blanket or slown in. Free estimates, licensed and insured, (313) SPECAL* 6yds,.TopSoii $55 6 yds. Fill Dirt J42 6 yds. Top Soil Peat... $69 (50/50 screened mix) 6 yds. Road Gravel....$59 6 yds. Limestone $84 Also Delivering Sand-Gravel-Stone Mick White Trucking PREMUM QUALTY BLUE GRASS BLEND Pick Up & Delivery DELGAUDO SODFARMS Landacaping BLUE GRASS LAWN SUPPLES Cutting SOD pickup or del, Mon.-Sun ie25W.et«/iiie Northviile HYDRO-SEEDNG Lawns and soil erosion control. Grass seed mixture of all types. Miller Hydro-Seeding, (517) Fletcher & Rickard Landscape Supplies Open 7 Days Super K Kerosene Firewood Full, Vi orv4 Cords Coal, gjrtei/syardor'/i Also "Brand New" 6S-hour Coal Logs Propane Filling While you wait Grand River New Hudson Landscape Supplies Washed Sand Crushed Stone Cobblestone Woodchips Washed stone Dolomite Boulders Shredded Ba.r; Any Quantity Ton Yard Bushel Wholesale Retail Pickup or Delivered Thomson's Pit W. 7 Mile, Northviile between Beck & Ridge Rds FOGARTY'S LANDSCAPNG Fall Clean-up Custonft Landscaping Landscape Additions Sod & Shrub nstallation "Old or Diseased Sod" Stripped & Replaced Call Today tor a Free Estimate 4SMie3/27M3«) AEROSCAPE LANDSCAPNG FALL SPECAL Oethatching, Fall Clean-up, Sod laying. (313) BLACK top soil, shredded bark, crushed stone, mason sand, fill sand, (ill dirt, pea stone, backhoe work. (313) COLLEGE student with equipment and experience for leal removal and lawn maintenance. Now is the time to dethatch. (313) DESGNER LANDSCAPERS. Complete landscape design. Preparation for sod and seeding. Retainer walls, top soil, shredded bark, trees, shrubs, trucking for all materials. Call Joe lor free estimates. All work guaranteed. (517) DRVEWAY gravel and stone. Fill sand, topsoii. Gene Cash Sand & Gravel. (313) EVERGREENS, Scotch Pine and White Pine. (313) LAWN MOWNG, dethatching. trimming, Reasonable. FOTS LANDSCAPNG, since (313) LAWNMOWNG, lots or acres. Free estimates. Call anytime. (517) , LAND leveling, soiiding and seeding, private roads graded, brush hog and flail mowing. Excellent reierences. (313) TOPSOL, guaranteed lo grow grass, only $6 yard, S yard loads. (517) , TOPSOL, sand, gravel, loader work, some grading. Bill Ladd. (517) TREE TRANSPLANTNG 1 to 5 nch diameter. TREE SALES. (313) Mobile Home Service RUSSELL Hamilton Roof Coating and Repair for the mobile home. Free estimates, work guaranteed, licensed and insured. (517) , RAY'S Mobile Home Repair, roofing, skirting, setups, carpentry, winterizing, tapes, tiedowns. nsured, licensed. (313) Music nstruction MUSC LESSONS Piano-Organ Strings-Wind Schnute ivlusic Studio Northvllle PANO lessons in my home. (313) PANO lessons lor young children, Kindergarten through 3. (313) Painting A Decorating A-1 Quality work at sane prices. Jack's Painting, 12 yeara experience. (313)231- EXPERENCED painter, interlor and exterior. Very cheap prices, very good work. (313) r ' FOR the tinest in professional painting service, commercial or residential, new construction or re-do. Also wallpapering, drywall, and plaster repairs, cabinet and wood retinishing and sprayed finishes. nsured and references. S years ex- PANTNG NTEROR-EXTEROR WALLPAPERNG BY FRANK MURRAY Neatness & Quality Work Guaranteed Top Grade Paint Applied 24 yrs. Experience Free Estimates with No Obligation Roofing A Siding STARR CONSTRUCTON a-uir ir'"' EXPERT ROOFNG (OLD AND NEW) SHNGLES BULT UP HOTASPHALT RUBBER BASE Ail Types Masonry Call Dan (313) PANTNG nterior-exterior WALLPAPERNG Reasonable Rates Call Lou (313) PANTNG nnovators, quality painting and drywall work at lowest prices n town, four years in the business. Call (313) between 7:00 am and 9:00 pm. PANTNG. nterior, exterior. Residential and commercial. Professional work at low rates. (313)348)213. ir CRANE ROOFNG and Sheet Metal Piano Tuning NORTHVLLE PANO tuning. Any day, some evenings. Reasonable rates. Call George Scott, (313)66S :30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. ir ir ' Plastering LVNGSTON Plastering/- Texture Contractors. Repairs, remodeling, customizing, prolessional quality. (313) Plumbing PLUMBNG Repair-Replacement Modernization Electric Sewer Cleaning LONG PLUMBNG AND FANCY BATH BOUTQUE Serving the area since E. Main Street Northvllle AAA Plumbing. New installations. All small or large repairs. (313) , ROOFNG AND SDNG BAGGETT ROOFNG AND SDNG, HOT ASPHALT BULT-UP ROOFS, SHNGLE ROOFS, ALUMNUM GUTTERS AND DOWN SPOUTS, ALUMNUM SDNG AND TRM. NORTHVLLE BOB'S ROOFNG & REPARS COMM'L., RESDENTAL PERSONALLY DONE FREEEST./GUARANTEE REFERENCES S LCENSED plumber, no Also sewer reasonable. (517) Journeyman job too small, cleaning. Very Call George, perience. Call Mike Gregory, (313) MLFORD PANTNG - residential and commercial, also texturing. Experienced in top quality work, lully insured. James Klepser, (313) PANTNG. nterior and exterior, 20 years experience, ree estimates. Work guaranteed. Dave (313)632- LCENSED Master Plumber, no job too big, too small or too far, 16 years experience. Electric sewer cleaning. (313) PLUMBNG. New homes, repairs, remodeling. Licensed, quality work at lair prices. (517) (517) Roofing A Siding ROOFNG TEAM. Any style shingle, any repair, ree estimates. Fast service, reasonable. (517) ROOFNG. New or tear-off. Siding, storms and additions. Licensed and insured. Free estimates, reierences. (313) , B6H ROOFNG NEW WORK, REROOFS, TEAROFFS, REPARS. LCENSED, NSURED FREE ESTMATES BRGHTON S0 ROOFNG. Experienced, reasonable, guaranteed. Licensed. Call after S p.m., (313) T.D. Bjorling and Company. Rooting and sheet metal. Shingles, flat roofs, tear-olls, repairs. Reasonable, licensed and insured. South Lyon and area. (313) , Terry. Rubbish Removal MONROE'S Rubbish removal, residential, commercial. Special pick up 7 days a week. (313) or (313) Sawmill Seiwing ir Shingles, Built-up One-ply systems ALTERATONS. Restyling, custom designing, Brighton - Howell area. Call Verna May. (S17)S Custom sewing, dresses are my specially, alterations. Call after 5 p.m. (313) FOR all your sewing needs alterations, draperies, and dress-making. Call Pat at (S17)S Snowplowing SNOWPLOWNG, residential, commercial, driveways and lots. Call after 6 pm. (313) Solar Energy SOLAR Professionals, water and/or air systems, sunrooms, Window Quilts. Free solar surveys and seminars. Do-lt-yourselvers welcome. AGS Solar, (313) , Storm Wndoiws ALUMNUM Storm windows and doors, also patio storm doors, inside storms and storm panel nserts. Free estimates. Howell Solar Co. (517) TreeSenrice REMEMBER FALL S A GOOOTiilETO MOVE TREES We move Trees 3-9 inch diameter We Also Buy. Sell Transplant Morgan Tree Transplant Landscape 313/ ARROW Tree Experts. Prolessional tree and stump removal. Same day senrice. Licensed, nsured. (313) ED'S Tree Service. 20 years experience, reasonable rates, ree estimates. (S17)S EXPERENCED tree trimmer and tree remover, reasonable rates. Cali Bob any time (313) LAKELAND TREE CARE Trimming, topping or Complete removal ncluding stump 24 hour service Certified and nsured TREE trimming and removal. Free estimate. Phone days or evenings. Falling Timber, (517) Trucking Wallpapering Windows CUSTOM sawing. Your logs or ours. Munro's Sawmill (313) , Novi. Septic Tank Sendee SEPTC tank cleaning, installation, 'epair and perk tests. C. C. L. S. chemical available. 20 years experience. Licensed and bonded. Marv Ung Septic Cleaning. (313) SAND and gravel, top dirt, crushed stone, etc. Low prices. Senior discounts. (313) Upholstery CALL Smiths. All work GUARANTEED! Labor starts at; Sofas, $150. Chairs, $75. Cushions. $15. Check low drapery prices. (313) HANES Upholstery. Quality upholstering by a skilled craftsman, low economical prices, wide selection. Free in-home estimates, pick up and delivery. (313) SERRA'S nteriors & ' Upholstery, 116 N. Lalayette, South Lyon, (313) Wallpapering WALLPAPERNG Experienced professional, union trained, full-time. Starting $7.50 per roll. Satisfaction guaranteed. MARK THE PAPERHANGER (313) $7.50 PER ROLL & UP Experienced professional, scaffolding in hallways. Dependable and references. DOROTHY WALLPAPERNG - PANTNG. Experienced. Quality workmanship. Very reasonable prices. Same week sendee. Bob, (313) (313) Water Weed Control GREAT Lake Aquatic Weed Control, free estimates. (313) LAKE weeds cut. tree estimates. (313) Weil Drilling SPECALZNG 2 inch well repair, license number (313) ; Windows ALL OF US HERE AT South Lyon ndustries are here to help you with all of your window needs. Prime and replacement windows available. Come to our showroom at 415 N. Lafayette South Lyon, Ml or Call: CERTANTEED VNYL REPLACEMENT WNDOWS High Thermo Elliciency Maintenance free Free Estimates & Demo. Joseph J.PetroBldr (313) Window Washing RESDENTAL. 20 years experlence. references. Free estimates. Call Steve (313) WLLAM Seal Window Cleaning. Residential and commercial. Free estimates. Fully nsured. (517) or (517) Wood Stoves WOOD Stoves installed. Qualily work, low prices. Call (313) K fr«-aiht<'w«ui We need your type. 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13 f L "lon HERALD-NORTHVLLE RECORD-WALLED LAKE-NOV NEWS-THE MLFORD TMES-Wednesday, Ociober 19, 1983 m 07D Condominiums. TowiiMouses For Rent OM\*, LJ*U'> condo imnq room ii'r-; lac- 2 DeCrooin.sj.>. iseli 2 oalh. ' y:. : jt.r:ufnt wiin lull j'i.-.'pii.iiil-rb eicelleni.11,.-. lu- it-ar icdse $675 Mi,!': rrtt-fefllfi) fer,.j.-'.:.'1968 Mobile Homes Foi Ren n(.''.',tu 'nnl'ik- liome tor rciii.,,.iiijt,u- in Novembei notiiri pel welcome 'inlmjl '1 ' '"'0 3 Dearoom,! alli irlnyt-raloi, ilove. "A..jn,-f dcrt lol $250 luiiimi ;jiub ulililies ana buulh LVON? Uedroom. ; iiii..ii> luinibtied. J?75 pel niinlti (lus si-tunly deposit. i,ii-i<-ih, b u-quiied Call days iji 3/61, evenings, Afri-.'n[1M313l Mobile Home Sites For Rent fovvlfhvllle Choice lol dvaildbli- Ced.ji Rivef Park (i.i/i?:'3-a!>oo MiLlORL) A le* choice lots.ivaildbk- lui MioLiile homes up- 10 bi ll Reni slarts as low as J87 (n>r monih 3 inonlhs tree u-ni Ollei expires December 1 \m SOUTH LYON mobile home lots $150 to $155 Convenient 1(1 Midior reeways Pels ivekonu; 1 month rent ree (313l-t37-? LivlngQuarters To Stiare HOWEl.L Female to share iniee bedroom ranch $150 nionlh. ' utilities Adults preleired, no pets please. May move in immediately. ( NEW Hudson, roommate wanu'd SOUTHLVON share 2 bedroom country home, J265 a month includes utilities. Alter 6 p weekends. (313) SOMEONE to share apartment. v»orking man or woman. (313) WALLED LAKE. Glengary Road Female will share 2 bedroom home $175 per month, $200 security, 1/2 utilities (313) Allor 7 p m, (313) WANTED lemale lo share large duplex, $125, expenses. (517) ndustrial, Commerical For Rent BRGHTON Building lor rent or lease Approximately 4,500 square leet with loading dock. Zoned light induslrial. (313) BRGHTON, downtown. Store ront lor lease or rent. Call lor into (313) or (313) sq t downtown Brighton, lor retail Foi more into, call (313) , ask lor Jan. HGHLAND'Townshlp. lor rent in light ndustrial area square tool shop area, 1350 per month square loot ollice space and shop area, $400 per month. May be consolidated. (313) HOWELL. Hartland area square loot commercial building. 2 large overhead doors, 3 phase power, class A roads (517) , (517) , HOWELL 2 large stalls good lor mechanic or storage, ollice space and large bullpen. (517) , ORTHVLLE. downtown, ollice or retail. 1,000 sq. tt. inclosed parking. The Beale Group (313) NOV, Prime Grand River location, commercial building, deal lor ollices, etc. $650 month (313) Office Space For Rent BRGHTON. Prime Grand Rivei location with signage, all or part ol 800 square leet. Very reasonable. (313) BRGHTON Ollice space available immediately, Woodland Plaza ollices W Grand River. nquire at (313) or (313) BRGHTON V«mile rom Brighton Mall. 1,200 sq.. parks 28 cars, ideal lor medical or ollice lacilily. (313) BRGHTON Deluxe ollice space or mercantile use, completely remodeled, air conditioned sq... all or pan, will divide. On Grand River al Main Street, best lease rale in Brighton. (313) BRGHTON area. Small ollice suites available. Phone (313) BRGHTON, downtown. 260 sq. t, $190 month. Utilities paid 324 West Main. (313) or(313)22S BRGHTON Recently redecorated ollice (or rent. Air conditioning, convenlenl parking, heat included. S39S. 1,020 sq.. available, willing lo sub-divide. Call Barbara. (313) BRGH'ON. Old US-23 and Grand iver, 1200 sq. t. lor lease reasonable. Call (3l3)5f evenings._ HOWftL. East Grand River! two buildings. 600 sq.lt. commercial and storage and 2,000 sq.ft. ollice, all or pari. (313) HARTLAND. Store or ollice space available on M-59, one mile west ol US-23. (313) HOWELL. Downtown. Ollice or retail space. 800 square leet.(517)546:«23 HOWELL. NCREDBLE RATES ON OFFCE SPACE. See 2473 East Grand River. (517) , NOV - (downtown central business dislrici). Grand River at Novi Road, X-way location, near Twelve Oaks. Three modern private olflces, carpeted, air conditioned. 200 lo 2000 square leel. (313) Office Space For Rent NORTHVLLE Excellent doc- 101 laivyer or CP* ollice lor lease BM conipuiei and woid processor available 1313) OFFCE space available Grand River tioniage oltice oi coir.:i., tiai potential 537 aif conditioned square leet $376 per month including utilities (313) SOUTH Lyon Ollice space and crall space 345 N Lalayelte (Pontiac Trail) (313) Storage Space For Rent BRGHTON 800 lool storage area, overhead door, heated. $125 (313) 'v car garage loi storage Call (517) HOWELL RV vehicles, boats. cars, etc (517) ? R V STORAGE Recreational Vehicle storage oil 14 expressway West ol Plymouth Fenced and lights $6 per month Minimum 6 months (313) SOUTH LYON Private, clean, indooi storage Cars, boats, RVs (313) WANTED winter aulo slorage, on monthly basis Call alter 4 pm, (313) Wanted To Rent A desirable fiome in Brigtilon area lor a responsible lamily with excelleni relerences 1313) BRGHTON, wanted collage, condo or apartment to rent Furnished or unlurnished From May 15 to October 15, 1964 Mature reliable couple with no pels. Relerences provided Phone (313) LOOKNG (or three bedroom home, norlh side ol Howell, reasonable rent (517) NORTHVLLE/Plymouth area. Nice 1 bedroom apartment needed (or single working prolesslonal. Phone Dean 9 am -6 pm (517) Antiques LARGE seieciion ol lurniluie and collectibles We buy and sell Fufnituic stripping by riano, stripping supplies loi sale V/ednesday thru Saturday, 7 to 6pm Lake Chemung Oldies Grand River, Hov,ell ( Of (517) NORTHVLLE ANTQUE SHOW NORTHVLLE COMMUNTY CENTER- 303 W MAN Two Diocks west ol Sheldon iceiiiei Street) October Friday and Saturday 12 noon to 9 p m Sunday 12 noon 10 5pm Lunchroom, Free Parking $100 Donation 102 Auctions ' AUCTON** Every Saturday, 7 p m Ne* & Used Meichanuise Good Consignnienib Welcome Tues -Fii 12-6 "Star Auction Service" Aniiques-Moustholo Huniing & f isnmg Supplies La«n Equipment Lois Maie liens Coming R Andersen. (Owner) 2875 Old U S 23, Haniand, Mich Ml N ol M-59 (313M2-M»1or (313) 22»«> Garage i Rummage Sales 103 Garage & Rummage Sales OPENNG OCTOBER 21 Camelot Flea Market. Walled Lake. Friday. Saturday. Sunday Antiques, primatives. collectables, old lurriilure. glassware, miscellaneous junk and treasures Dealers, you will like this market Excellent location, comfortable, good parking, riendly dealers, old timers 1295 W Maple (15 Mile Road) live miles west ol Orchard Lake Road 2 blocks east ol Ponliac Trail (313) Wedgewood Christmas plate Nippon (Ctiild S lea set. Depression glass Corn King pottery Quill remnance Kitchen collectibles and children collectibles Northville Consignment, 107 E Main (upstairs) Free map ol area shops. (313)348-«89B Ye Olde House speciahiing in old beds New 3/4 mattress and box springs Bed rails extended 1776 stripper, restoration hardware, glassware, trunks, etc New lall hours: 11 am to 5 30 p m. Monday thru Friday 11 am to 4 p.m Saturday 202 E Mam Street, Brighton. 102 Auctions HOUSEHOLD 101 Antiques GANT FLEA MARKET GUs. Antiques, Bargains. 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Fri, 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. Sal., Sun. 214 E. Michigan at Park, Downtown Ypsilanti Dealers Welcome. Weekdays 971-7S7S Weekends AlrConditlonHtl ANTQUE SALE The contents ol several estates trom Michigan's Copper Country will be sold, beginning Thursday October 20 al 10:00 a.m thru Sunday October 24. al Lone Pine Antiques, 4141 W. Grand River, 4 miles west ol Howell. ncluded will be rockers, brass and ron beds, dressers, kilchen cupboards, trunks, picture (rames, blacksmith equipment, wood planes, crocks, kilchen wares, glass, china, stained glass windows, sloves, light fixtures and much more. No earfy sales. CON Show. Ancients, gold and silver, foreign, U.S., paper money. 20 dealers tables. Howell Recreation Center, 925 W Grand River n Howell. Saturday a.m 9p.m. Sunday 10-23, 11am. - 4p.m. Livingston County Com Club. DAVSBURG ANTQUES ' MARKET October 23, 4lh Sunday each month. Springlleld - Oaks Building. Take US-23 to M-59 lo Ormond Road nonh lo Davisburg Road east lo Andersonville Road south Vj mile. Hours: 10 a.m. lo 5 p.m. Free admission and parking. HSTORC MONROE ANTQUE SHOW, October 22, 23. Saturday. 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Sunday, 10 a.m. til 5 p.m. Monroe County Fairgrounds. M-50 between US-23 and US-24. Free admission, parking. AUCTON SALE. Saturday October 22, 11a.m. ANTQUES. Four Victorian side chairs, Victorian rocker, sewing machine, walnut double pedestal table, bullett. six dining room chairs, wing back chair, large bookcase-glass doors, couch, depression glass, crystal, trunk, etc. Tools, household, washer, reezer, lol boxes, 3 old wood tables, dressers, cabinets, laddars, lawnmowers, lamps, picture, knic knacs. Nice sale, Bloomcresl. Northville Mich, west of Sheldon (Center Street), north ol Mam street oil Caldwell Street Neil A. Nichols, Auclloneer. GUN AUCTON OCTOBER 29.10a.m. York's Oxbow Lake Pavilion. From Pontiac lake M-59 west 7V? miles to Williams Lake Road, turn left down lo Elizabeth Lake Road, turn right 1 3/10 miles lo auction. Brownings (2) 22 automatic breakdowns, 7 mm Mags, 300 Mags. Remingtons (2) 742, 1100, 81, 870, 511, 760, Winchester (3) model , 94 Centennial. Pistols; Smith & Wesson (2) 49. (2) 38, also 10 gauge shotguns. Some guns are new and others are like new.' CASH SALE PERMTS REOURED JERRY DUNCAN'S Auctioneering Service. Farm, Estate, Household, Antique, rviiscellaneous or AUCTON** Every Thursday Night 7 00P,M New S Used Merchandise Good Consignments Welcome TUESDAY-FRDAY 12-5 Star Auction Service* LOS Q Furniture anogassware New Toys and Tools R Andersen, (Owner) 2875 Old US. 23. Hartland, Mich Ml N 0M-S9 (313)e324fi91or 1313) Historically Designated Buildinq in Fowlerville Organizing quality artisans anij antique village A(Jditional dealers sought Over 10,000 square feet to be used Rental unbelievably manageable Accepting calls 12:00 to 5:00 p.m ALWAYS THE LEADER COUNTRY FAR ANTQUE FLEA MARKETS Nation's Largest nside ivlarkets Has 2 Big Locations PONTAC FLEA MARKET 2045 Dixie Hwy. End of Telegraph Has both an indoor & outdoor market Phone: WARREN MARKET Oequindre, 1 block N. of 8 Mile Rd. has the famous ANTQUE VLLAGE Phone Both locations open every w eekend. Fri. 4-9 p.m.. Sat. & Sun Open Daily 9-5 for dealer reservation ALL GARAGES RUMMAGE SALE ADS PLACED N THS COLUMN MUST START WTH THE CTY ' WHERE THE SALE S TO BE HELD THE AO MUST BE PREPADATONE OF OUR OFFCES OR PLACED ON A MASTER CHARGE OR VSA CARD ARROWHEAD, Hamburg Saleman's samples, candles and Christmas gills. Also bike, typewriter, lots ol furnilure Thursday. Friday, 10 to ShoshoniPass BAZAAR. Trinity United Methodist Church, 6201 osco Road at Bull Run Road, Saturday October 22, 9:30 am to 3 pm. Luncheon served. BRGHTON 9635 Edward Drive. Friday. Saturday, Sunday , a.m. ll 5 p.m. Furniture, clothing and other household items. BRGHTON. Rummage sale. Everything you ever wanted or needed and some you didn't. Saturday, October am to 4 pm. First Presbyterian Church, 300 East Grand River. BRGHTON Meyers oil Lee and Rckelt Roads. October 20,21,22. Toys, clothing, miscellaneous. 10 am, to 5 p.m. BRGHTON. 3 lamily garage sale including small appliances and hockey equipment Hamburg Road. Friday, Saturday. 9 lo 5. BRGHTON. Saturday Oclober 22, 10 to 4p.m Ml. Brighton Drive. BRGHTON. Moving sale. Friday, Saturday. Oclober Lawn tractor, appliances, etc. 630 Brighton Lake Road. BRGHTON Mulii lamily garage sale Thursday. Oclober 20, 9am to 4 p m, Friday, October 21, 9 am lo 12 noon 4424 Elderberry (Spencer and Pleasant Valley) Skiing equipment, children items, clothes, and much mote BRGHTON, moving garage sale Tools, ladders, etc October 22, 10 to Bishop oil Fieldcresi near US-23 and Silver Lake Road BRGHTON Dining. ivmg room lurnilure. rug 15x10. electric stove, relrigerator, lots ol household 1015 Madison. Wednesday, Thursday, 9 lo 5 BRGHTON. Tires, kilchen sink, baby carnage, miscellaneous ilems 3928 Aberdeen Lane Thursday, October lo 3 30 BRGHTON Collectibles, miscellaneous. Also new merchandise, lewelry, leather gloves, blouses, dresses, etc. October a.m 3600 Old US23, BRGHTON Thursday. Oclober 20 (ll rained out next day). Clothing, household tems, antique larm items 218 S Third Street. 9 am. lo 4 p.m. BRGHTON. Garage sale, Saturdays, 9 am lo 5 pm, through November. Balance ol stock rom Bee Jay Fabrics. Miscellaneous lems including baby luinliure, books, clothing, etc. 303 North Filth. COHOCTAH Township 10 lamlly yard sale al 3802 and 3701 Steinacker, between Byron and Fleming Roads. 9am lo 6 pm. Thursday. Oclober 20 only. FREE GARAGE SALE KTS! ASK ABOUT YOURS WHEN YOU PLACE YOUR GARAGE SALE AD N THE GREEN SHEET FOWLERVLLE. Moving lo Florida sale. Bar lurnilure, pato lurnilure, poker table and chips, boat motors, portable invalid commode, kitchen lems, canning lars. books, bric-a-brac. Thursday, Friday, Saturday; 10 a.m lo 4 p.m Cemetery Road Norlh. LARGE ANTQUE AND COLLECTBLE AUCTON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23RD, 1:00 P.M. Holiday nn, Howell, Michigan. At exit 137 oft nterstate 06, between Detroit and Lansing. Over 400 pieces ncluding toys, old bisque dolls. Madame Alexander dolls, cut glass, carnival glass, pattern glass, sterling silver, oil lamps, leaded hanging shade, 1971 Hummel plate, pocket watches, gem stones, and lots more. Auctioneers: Ray and Mike Egnash Phone: ANTQUE AUCTON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23,1963,1:00 P.M. China Tea Set, Hummel Plates. Tom & Jerry Bowl & Cups. Crystal Bells, Norilake Dishes. Walnul Bullet; Walnut Dresser; Old High Chair, 4 ce Cream Chairs; flocking Chair, Oak; Walnul Drop Leal Table; Mahogany Chairs, Oak Rocker, Maple Bullet; 3 Dressers; 6 Tables; 3 Desks; Oak Table; Mahogany Bed: Walnul Table; Wood Cradle, Leather Top Table; Curio Cabinets; Sm Chest ol Drawers, Plant Stands; Hurricane Lamps; Butler Churns; 3 Trunks; Wicker Pieces; Crocks; Stained Glass Windows; Wooden Boxes & Crates; Old Tins; Toys; Erector Set; Girlie Print; Old Post Cards; Lile Magazines W.W. ; Old Coins: Pocket Watches; Wall Clocks (Westminster Chimes); Mantle Clock (Sessions); Bed Pans: Lois ol Old Tools: Casi ron Pans: Pictures & Much More!!! 1936 'A " John Deere Tractor; Old Wood Stove, Hay Fork; Old Wooden Planes; Cast ron School Boll; Floor Sale; Platform Scales; Small Washing Machine; Old Wooden Rakes; Milk Cans. Terms: Cash or checks accepted only by those known to us. A Very Fine Collection of Antiques "Don't Miss This Large Sale" STAR AUCTON SERVCE 2B750ldU.S.23, Hartland, Mich Roger Anderson, Owner 103 Garage & Rummage Sales FOWLERVLLE. October , a m to 6 p m Clothing. t>ooks. household tems, miscellaneous 3677 Gregory Road First house South ol Coon Lake Road FOWLERVLLE. Heaven help you it you miss the rummage and antique sale at the Church ol the Second Spirit (Old St Agnes Church building) Cornet Second and Church Streets Saturday, Oclober am to 6 pm. Household goods, bedding, light lixtures, books, piesale. church stained windows, denial cabinet. FOWLERVLLE. Last week! Everything goes 8945 Coon Lake, corner ol Gregory Road FOWLERVLLE Moving sale Sunday only, 11 am. lo 6 p.m 3 cars, 10 t truck camper, snow blade lor Dynamark, household goods, clothing, odds and ends. Free camper shell and washer and dryer 7922 Lange Road. Howell-Mason road to Bull Run lhan 2 miles lo Lange, turn lell, 3rd house ollell. GARAGE SALE ADDCTS! Take heart! Riverside Castaways Consignment Shop, 9260 McGregor, Pinckney, continues what lall stops. Quality resale lems. antiques, handcralled lems. pontoon slorage also available. Consignments accepted daily, no clothing, shoes, books or guns. (313) HOLDAY MAGC BAZAAR Commerce United Methodist Church, 1155 W. Commerce Road. Commerce Village. Oclober 21, 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Oclober 22, 9 a.m. unlil 5 p.m. Crall classes, sweel rolls hot rom he oven and bake sale. Baby-sitting available. Luncheon served. HOWELL. Moving sale. Six piece twin bed set, small appliances, live piece dinette, other lurnilure, glassware, linens, dishes, new and used slorm doors, tools. All must go Homestead Drive. Saturday and Sunday, 10 am lo6 pm. HOWELL, miscellaneous garage sale including console TV and movie camera Byron Road, Friday and Saturday. 9 to 5. HOWELL neighborhood garage sale. 341 East Brooks, lurnilure, Christmas decorations and many other treasures. Thursday thru Saturday, October 20, 21, 22, 9 lo4. HARTLAND Clyde Road. 2 families. Antiques, miscellaneous. Friday and Saturday. Oclober 21, amlo5 pm. HOWELL. 171 Edgemoni. Old picture rames, jewelry, etc. October 20,21.9 am to 4 pm. HOWELL. 319 Byron. October :30 to 4p.m. nclosed snowmobile trailer, color TV, bottles, beer cans, lurnilure, household, miscellaneous. HOWELL. Friday. Saturday, Sunday, 9 am lo 4:30 pm. Many good ilems Emmons, off Grand River. HARTLAND. Pol belly slove, more, single mattresses and box springs, aulo parts, many miscellaneous ilems. Oclober 21, 22, 23. 9a.m, - 6p.m sland Court, Handy Lake. HOWELL barn sale, Thursday thru Sunday, 20 thru 23rd. Just come out. say H and have colfee. 2 miles east ol Oak Grove to 2964FausselL HARTLAND. The garage sale you've been wailing lor. tree ilems, baby lems, much more. Thursday thru Saturday, 10 to 5,3557 Mill Street. 103 Garages Rummage Sales HOWELL Mulli family yard sale Triursday, Friday, Saturday at 1335 Mason Road 9 am. to6 p m HOWELL 145 Meadowview, , October 21, 22 Furniiure. winter clothes, ice skates, oil paintings and rames, books, games, bedding, and knickknacks, LVONA Rummage and Bake Sale Holy Trinity Luthern Church Five Mile between Newburg and Haggerty Roads October Friday 9:30 a m to 4 p m, Saturday 9 30 am. to 3 p m. $1 00 bag sale after 12 noon Saturday. Also paper drive LAKE Sherwood garage sale. Thursday and Friday, 9 lo Windwood Court MLFORD ST. GEORGE CHURCH FALL RUMMAGE SALE OCTOBER 19 9 to 8 October 20, E Commerce MLFORD. Garage estate sale. Thursday thru Saturday, Oclober 20 thru 22. New ilems daily, old and new. Glass, linens, collectibles, jewelry, household items and some lurnilure. 10 to 5. No presales 226 Hickory Street. MLFORD garage sale, Saturday Oclober 22, 177 Shelley. Freezer, snowmobile, minlblke parts, clothes, miscellaneous. MLFORD. October 20, 21, am lo 6 pm. Miscellaneous, toys, clothes, boat, motorcycle Ponliac Trail, 1 mile easlolmillord.road. MLFORD. Good moving sale, 2223 South Hill, one mile east ol Miilord Road, Saturday and Sunday. MLFORD. Garage sale! 1567 Wixom Road. Oclober lo 4 only. NEW Hudson. Good kids slulf, household, miscellaneous. Oclober 21, 22, 9 a.m. lo 5 p.m Charing Cross oil 12 Mile east oi Martindaje. JOV. Over SO tamllies, Nov! Co-op Nursery and Children's Ark Day Care. Clothes, baby items, toys, sports equipment, oralis, baked goods. Saturday. Oclober 22, 9 lo 5. Novi United Methodist Church TeiTjvlile. _ NOV, Saturday 9 am. Sunday, 10 am. Mostly toys Harnpton Hills. NOV. Giant 3 lamily garage sale. 44 magnum rifle, 2 kitchen tables and chairs, skis and boots, desk, single bed with mallress, typewriter, dishes, Panasonic color video camera with power zoom and extras, women's and men's clothing, linen, etc Chestnut Tree Way (close lo 9 Mile and Meadowbrook). Thursday and Friday only. 9 a.m. to6 p.m. NOvi. Antique dresser, Arctic Cat snowmobile and trailer, ulility trailer, umbrella table and chairs, baby tems and miscellaneous Oak Tree. Thursday, Friday, Saturday. 10 a.m to 6 p.m _ NORTHVLLE. 2Tamily."Lots ol everything. Northville Commons, Bainlree Circle. Thursday hroulh Saturday. 9 am. lo4 prri; fsjbvi. Moving sale. Student boys suits, lawnmower, dry flowers, crall supplies, miscellaneous Glamorgan. Friday, Saturday, loto4. NOV. Twin bed, wooden headboard and rame, winter clothes, miscellaneous Hampton Hill, west of Meadowbrook, norlh oil Ten Mile. Thursday only, 9 am lo 2 pm. 103 Garage & Rummage Sales PNCKNEY Moving sale 414 Hamburg Street Saturday and Sunday Everything must go Starts alio 30 a m PNCKNEY, Thursday thru Saturday, 10 lo Vilest Schater Road SOUTH Lyon Thursday, Friday. 20, Fairland. Newman Farms, across rom John Deere Pool table, depression glass, clothes, miscellaneous household tems SLVER Lake Van seats, antiques, etc Thursday. Friday 9 lo 6pm Silversirte. oil Marshall. WHEAT pennies, mixed dales 1920 s thru 1950 s $5 50 per roll 20 ft aluminum extension ladder, $50 ( 313) Household Goods ATTENTON! Buying good condition used furniture and miscellaneous household items (313) AMANA side-by-side 22 cubic loot relrigerator, while, you iranspon. $200. (313) ANTQUE sofa, Queen Anne style, just reupholslered, 1350 Sewing machine in walnul cabinet. $55. Antique bed, $50. (313) (313) BEAUTFUL bar wilh lights and back lights with 3 Samsenile matching stools, like new. $250. Kimball piano n perlect condition, $975. (313) BEDROOM set, dresser, double bed, mattress and spring $125.(313) BLACK leather couch hide-abed, slightly worn. $50 or best oiler. (313) BARN ol used relrlgerators, ranges, washers, dryers, sofas, dinettes, desks, beds, dressers, lamps, coffee and end tables, etc. Special his week: Almond relrigerator and matching gas range, $285. Joyce's Other Barn, 7960 Allen Road, Fowlerville. Open 12 noon to 5 p.m. Closed Wednesday and Sunday or appointmenl. (517) BRUNNER iron filler lor home water supply. J75. (517) BEDROOM set, double mirror dresser, chest, night stand, king size headboard. Davenport, two winged chairs, two end tables and lamps, collee t04 Household Goods WHOLESALE DRECT TO YOU Furniture Wholesale Distributors ol Michigan selling all new merchandise n original cartons. 2 piece mallress sets, twin 159. lull $79, queen $99. sola-sleepers $119. bunk beds complete $88, 7 piece living rooms S239. decorator lamps rom $14.68, 5 piece wood dinelles $159, $800 pits now $375. Nov open to public, skip the middleman..dealers and institutional sales welcome. Name brands Serta, etc. MS Buffalo, Homtromck, 1 block N. ol Holbrook, 1 block E. ol Conant Mon. thm Sat 10 til Telegraph, 2 blocks S. of 6 Mile. S32-40BO, Mon. hm Sat. 1M, Sun. 12-S Gratiot. 2 blocks N ol 7 Mile, S21-3S00, Mon. hnj Sat., Grand River, corner ot Oakman, , Mon. thru Sat Dixie Hwy. (3 milea W. ol Telegraph), Watorford Twp., Pontiac Mon. thni SaLM; Sun.l2-«1981 Krby upright sweeper with all he attachments ncluding rug shampooer. Cost $675 new, sell lor $125. Call Masoni-(517) KNG size Sealy with rame, $ place girls bedroom, antique while, gold trim, new, one large dresser with mirror, desk wilh bookshelves, one chest. $450. GE microwave oven, $200. (313) KENMORE gas dryer, large capacity, good condition, $75. (313) KNG size French Provencial bedroom suite. Must move, $1,000 or best oiler. (517) anytime. LADES don'l throw your money away al the laundromat in those money eating machines!! Call today and have your washer or dryer repaired and save! Professional washer and dryen repair, service calls only $14.95.(517) LARGE oak bookcase, antique leaded glass doors, will hold stereo and television, n excelleni condition, (517)546-3 piece sofa, chair and olloman, n excelleni condition..,hi (KiTvcfiftoo,. WOO. Lazy-Boy recllner, extable. (517) gugn, condition, $200. Couch, BRAND new 4 drawer dresser, newly upholstered, $150. $200. Brand new baby bed, $100. Must sell. (313) allero p.m. BEDROOM furniture, king sized bed, extra long, $200. King sized bedspread, $50. Blonde contemporary all wood dresser wilh matching bed side tables by Dixie, $150. (313) , BEDROOM and living room lurnilure, color TV, stereo, workbench, 22 Ruger rllle. Call before 9 pm. (313) BEDROOMl full set, 4"piece, excelleni condition, plus mallress, $225. Will sell seperately. Also couch and matching chamloo. (313) X 9. Chinese rug luchsia with beige boarder and fringes, super 5/8 thickness, never been used, $1,100 or make oiler. Cement steps new, $100. (313) CRAVED Mahogany bedroom suite, 4 poster bed with box spring, chesi, vanity with mirror, $550. (313) Chest type reezer $200, upright reezer $350. (517) ,(517) ESTATE AUCTON We will sell the following described peraonal property at public auction at Beck Road, Northville, Michigan located luat south of 10 Mile Road. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 23,1083 AT 1:00 P.M. Smiley Brothers spinet player piano, with 00 rolls (excellent condition); loso's oak bedroom outllt, double bed, vanity, chest ol drawers; flat ron; ron cat doorstop; French provincial bedroom outllt; good Kenmore sewing machine; French provincial chair; old brass and marble Moor lamp; pair ol cherub lamps; three piece sectional corner sola; two occasional chairs; Hitchcock rocker; slant front bookcase secretary; three small marble top lamp tables; inlaid pie crust table; oak picture frame; two Godle's prints; Hitchcock chlld'a rocker; older color television; pair ol crystal table lamps; drop leaf table with formica top; four stencil captain chairs; maple tea cart; Signature frostless top freezer-refrigerator; Cornlngware; washer and dryer; two clean twin beds (complate); aluminum extending ladder; lawn and garden tools; toboggan; iron seat and table; picnic table; lawn swing; Saginaw table (folds into cheat); early American coffee table; old walnut footstool; brass picture frame; Rush shopping cart; two bookcases; two workbenches; porch slider; formica conference table and six conlerence chairs; small chest freezer (10 cubic feet); drafting light: ollice desk; credenza with marble top; two wheel garden trailer; cougar rug; milk can; good Sharplax copier (SF 810) with stand. Pair ol crystal lamps; pair ol candle holders; electric fan; humidllier; set china (Japn); uicer: electric can opener; lood grinder; miscellaneous pots, pans and dishes; tea pots; creamer and sugar; Vaseline plate; cups and saucers; pink salt dips; glass basket; two Nippon plates; pressed bowl; cobalt plate; milk glass chicken; carnival dish. OWNER: ESTATE OF ALMA KLASERNER Braun & Helmar Auction Service LLOYOR.BRAUN JERRY L. HELMER ANN ARBOR SALNE 313/ / HGHLANDER HOUSE FLEA MARKET 112 South Mlllord Road, 2 blocks south ol M-59. Saturday and Sunday. 10 am to 6 pm. HGHLAND MDNGHT MADNESS SALE SAT. OCT. 22 OPEN TL 12 MDNGHT Lois ol new and used lems GREAT PRCES SPACES FOR RENT (313) HARTLAND. Mulll-famlly, October Baby ilems. toys, car seals, games, costumes, clothing, collectibles, antiques, household Harold, across rom Hartland High. Exit M-59. Follow signs rom US23. HARTLAND Barn sale. 80% ol lems brand new, collee pots, irons, radios, tape recorders, curling rons, stove, relrigerator, generator, wheelbarrow. reezer, trellises, '78 Yamaha 90, new clothes and jeans, 40% to 60% off regular prices, used 3M dry copier, range hood, tires, humidifier, dump truck, semitractor. Starling Wednesday. A & J Cartage, Nonway of M-59 and Cundy. (313) HOWELL Young women's clothing sized 5 thru 7. Books, household uood and miscellaneous. 73 Cindy Orlve, North ol M-S9 oil Oak Grove. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. HAMBURG. Large garage sale. Electric stove, water softener, two couches, old stereo equipment, plus many other tems Arapaho, Arrowhead Subdivision, oil Chilson Road, October 22, 23, 9 am to 6 pm. HOWELL. Wednesday. 9 a.m. Collectables, depression glass, chlldrens clothes Oak Grove Road. HOWELL-Plnckney area. Mov- ng. Must sell..refrigerator, $65. Electric stove, $50. Upright reezer, $150. Maytag portable or b Jilt-in dishwasher, $250. Antique round oak pedestal table with 3 leaves, $175. Cash and carry, no personal checks. Saturday, October 22 only, alter 9 a.m W. Schaler (2< miles west ol Pinckney Road). NORTHVLLE. Friday, Saturday. Fisher Price toys, canning jars, miscellaneous West Nine Mile, west ol Beck. NORTHVLLE. Rained out lasl week. 7 lamily basement sale. Thursday only. 9 to Chubb Road. NOV, 2 lamily moving sale Tall, Thursday, Friday. Camper. Chevy vaiv PNCKNEY. Mulli lamlly garage sale. October 20, 21, a.m. lo5 p.m. Dirt bike, pop-up campur, baby lems and much, much more Orchard Drive, Peltysvllle and 36_ PNCKhiEY, big garage sale, 400 East Schaler by B-Llne Bar_October 21,22,10lo 5. PNCKNEY. Thursday and Friday, 9 lo 5. Antique dressing table with mirror, lurnlture. Atari, set ol china dishes, glassware, household, coats and jackets, much more Welman Drive, Hell. SOUTH LYON. Garage, Barn, Household Sale Stancrest,V4 mile west ol Mlllord Road, north of Eleven Mile. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 10a.m. - 7p.m. Washer, dryer, refrigerator, television, chair, end tables, lamps, storage chest, dressing table, rocking chair, mirrors, bookcase, 4 drawer file, ping-pong table, antique radio, porch swing, picnic table, glider, bed rame, assorted ulensels amd small appliances. Alto sax. Simplicity lawn tractor, sleds, lawn roller, garden disc, four 11x15 snowtlres on Chevy rims, jack stands, 300 gallon gasoline tank, saddle and assorted lack, 2 mile electric wire. 2 horse tanks, antique.' orse collar and tugs, chicken waterer, 2 spools 4 pt. barb wire, fiberglass roof panels, 3 pt. hitch scraper blade, 3 pt. carrier, rubber lire hay rake, T- 24 J.0. baler, field disc, rabbit hutch. 3 wheel ATC, one 5 ll. 3 pt. hitch blade, one set tractor tire chains , hay rake, field disc. Moving must sell, make offer sale. SOUTH Lyon. Friday, Saturday 9 to 5 p.m. 686 Center Ridge. Lots of children's clothes, lurnlture. SOUTH Lyon garage sale. 943 Norchester October 21, 22, 10 a.m. to? Turn n sub on Wellington olf 10 Mile. Furnlture, antiques, miscellaneous. WXOM. Moving sale. Saturday, October Poller Road. 9 a.m. CHESTS and dressers $ rug samples good for tloor mats, dog and cat beds, $ East Main, Brighton. (313) nch propane stove, excellent condition, $65. Duncan Phyle table, $35. (313) DNNG room set, 4 chairs, glass oak wicker and chrome. (313) days. (313) alter5 p.m. DOUBLE oven GE slove, $125. Electric washer, $100. (313) DRESSER, $15. Electric dryer! $25. Rollaway bed, $20. Portacrib, new mattress, $20. Water pump with '/i HP Dayton motor, $50. New HP Dayton motor, $60 ( 517) alter 5 pm. ELECTRC stove, 42 in., avacado, two ovens. $100. (311) : ELECTRC lypewriler. "great condition, $60. (517) days. (517) evenings, ask lor Buddy. ELECTRC slove, less than two years old. Water soltener, used two years. Two couches, one leather. (313) ELECTRC stove, like new, sell-cleaning, automatic on-oll timer, etc. $225. (313) ESTATE sale. Dark pine dining table, 6 chairs and hutch, $900. Solas, chairs, collee and end tables. (313) FREE standing bar, 2 card table chairs, old trunk, inexpensive bookshelves. (313) FREEZER Sears chest. 22 cu. t. Like new, $250. (313) GLASS topped table and 4 directors chairs, $100. (313) GE side-by-slde refrlgerator/- reezer with ce maker, $150. (517) GE dishwasher, white with lormlca top, good condition, $50. (313) HOWELL moving sale, all wood Magnavox stereo console with tape. 9 piece walnul dining set, table, three leaves, six chairs, large buffet, china cabinet, manufactured circa 20's. 10 piece old hickory porch set, six chairs, two tables, two benches. (517) HGH chair, washer, relrigerator, stove, sola, queen and twin beds, dining room set. (517) HOT Polnte electric dryer heavy duly, excelleni conditlon. $100. (313) $30 or best oiler lor light woodgrain kitchen table. ncludes 3 highback chairs. (313) (517) MUST sell dining room set, bedroom set, hutch, lamps, patio table with chairs, and miscellaneous ilems. (313) MATCHNG glass end table and collee table, $40. (313) MAGNAVOX 26 nch color console TV, new picture lube, needs repair, $50. (313) ONE year old dining room set, 2 leaves. Paid $400 new asking $275. Call alter 5 p.m. (313) PHLCO rerriijerator.'gold, lllie new. Older electric slove, works. $200 or best oiler. (517) Piece queen size colonial bedroom set. ncludes; head and loolboards, dresser with hutch, chest, night stand, $500 firm. (313) PORCELAN top pastry table, 5 legged oak table, old cupboard, rush seal stool. (517) PNE hulch, straight 'siltch sewing machine, stove, relrigerator, washer, dryer, '. bedroom lurnilure, studio couch, colonial style loveseat ' with hide-away bed, etc. (517) PLAD sola, chair, ottoman, $250. Lawn mower, $30. Relrigerator, $90. Ping-pong table, $25. (313) REBULT washers and dryers lor sale. 90 day guarantee. Delivered and nstalled FREE. McGee Maytag, S08 N. Main St., Miilord (313) REFRGER/iiiTOR, copperlone, works excelleni, $100 or best, oiler. (313) REFRlGERAtOR,' Sears, : side by side, gold. $300 or best oiler. (517) RATTAN couch. Chair, 48"inc'h Raiian/lormlca game table, 4 swivel chairs. Walnut lormica desk, 30x inch electric range. Relrigeralor/lreezer, side-by-slde. Alter 4 p.m. (517) REFRGERATOR, Admiral, side-by-side door, green, used 9 months $425. (313) SNGER automatic zig-zag sewing machine, sews single or double needles, designs, overcasts, buttonholes, etc. Modern cabinet. Take on monthly payments or $56.00 cash balance. Still under guarantee. Unlverssal Sewing Center, (313) SOFA, quality, like new, $200. King size bed, springs, mallress, bedspread, $7S. Humidllier, $50. Dehumldlller, $35. H-F speakers. (313) SYLVANA19 inch colortv, $125 llrm. (517)546:1267. SEARS ufirlght reeze'r 15.9 cu. t. $275. Excellent condition. (313) , 1(313) STOVE, electric, white, $90. (313) SOFA, $75, relrigerator, bunk beds, tables, chairs, bar stools, etc. (313) THE, PHONE MAN Telephone nstallation at 30% lo50% savings. (313) TWO sets ol box and mai- resses, almost new, width, custom made, very lirm. Gold. davenport, modern, like new, $225 or best oiler. Carpel, pieces, large and small. Collee table, $65. Room dividers, in and outside. Humidifier, large. Platlorm rockers. Bedspreads. Throw rugs. Lois ol drapes large and small. Lamps. Plants. Wrought ron' railings. Miscellaneous. (313) Wednesday, Oclober 19,1983-SOUTH LYON HERALD-NORTHVLLE RECORD-WALLED LAKE-NOV NEWS-THE MLFORD TMES-9-B 104 Household Goods 106 Musical nstruments 107 Miscellaneous THOMAS organ, Calilornlan 262, 5 years old. Excelleni condition. 4 shell lighted bookcase, 36 x 72 inches (313) TWO piece wood construction contemporary cabinets, $75. (313) WHAT S THE BARGAN BARREL? t you have an item you wish to sell lor $25. or less or a group ol ilems selling lor no more lhan $25. you can now place an ad in he Green Sheet lor price! Ask our ad-taker to place a Bargain Barrel ad lor you, (10 words or less) and she will bill you only $2.25. (This special s oflered to homeowners only-sorry, no commercial accounts. WATERBEDS "and Such by Shad. Waterbed frame with headboard (choice ol stains), anc 6 drawer pedestal, with mattress, heater, liner and fill kit $290. With regular pedestal $180. Many other complete waterbeds rom $ year warranty on all mattresses. Cuslom orders welcome. (313)34?535. WASHER, dryer, stove, relrigerator. good condition, must sell. (313) alter 6 pm. WASHER, works very good. $100. TOOL BOX lor small pickup, $50. (313) Firewood APPLE, Cherry, while & yellow Brich, Hickory, red, white & black Oak, Beech & Maple are blended together n our DELUXE MX". Free kindling. Any ol these may be ordered seperately or cuslom mixed for your preferences. Order a truckload ol "Logs Wholesale". Hank Johnson 4 Sons. Since Please phone (313) , f no answer (313) ANTHRACTE, Cannel coal. Bag and bulk deliveries. (313) ' ACE slabwood, 4x4x8 lull cords, approxlmalely $20 per face cord. (517) BY he semi-load (24 lo 25 lace cords), 4x8x16, unsplll. $29 and up. Poplar, birch, and maple. Picked up n our yard, $30 and up. Sell stacked. Well seasoned hardwood, delivery available. Eldred's Bushel Siop(313) n? Blocks, $30 lace cord, 4x8x16. Free delivery on 2 cords or more. (517) , SPECAL sale. Piano-Organs, new and used. Best deal n this area. New rom $960 and used rom $100. We also buy your old pianos, Kimball, Sohmer, Tokai, Cable, Gulbransen. Dealers. 209 S. Main Street, Ann Arbor. (313) SELMER oboe model 101, private owner, excelleni condjjiqn$;8mj5l7)546-l959. VENCE accordlan. King trumphel, wilh cases. $70 each. (T3)437-MK. (313) Miscellaneous all METALS HGHEST PRCES Copper Aluminum Brass Radiators Carbide Nickel METEOR METAL CO Haggerty Rd. (1 bl. S. ol Schoolcraft) AR light woodstove discount sale. Also nave insert demos available now. Evenings and l?!'??j'?i<517)548-iq89 ASHLEY wood and coal Sloves. Add-Ons and treestanding. Howleli Brothers, Gregory. (313) ANTQUE road brick, excellent for sidewalks, driveways and patios. $250 per thousand. (313) ALL types saw sharpening and lathe work. Saw Shop, 4524 Pinckney Road. (517) ARTGHT llrebriek lined wood Sloves and nserts, $350. Home Grown wood stoves. (313) AT Northern Builder Sales t's windows and doors galore, inside storms, replacements, new construction. Vinyl, wood, Thermallzed. No charge lor consulatlon or estimate. (313) , 3225 Old US ll ol interior trim, copper pipes and lltllngs, baseboard healers, circulating water pump, oil burner with aquaslal. After 6 pm, (313) BABY announcements, golden and silver anniversaries, engagement announcements, and much more. The Mlllord Times, 436 N. Main, Mlllord, (313) DONT WAT UNTL MONDAY! You can place your ad any day ol the week. Ollice hours are 8:30 a.m. o5:00 p.m. Monday Friday. Our phone room salespeople will be happy to help you. (517) (313) (313) (313) (313) (313) D"E?KS',"~used 60 x 34 nch" metal heavy duly industrial. Grey or beige. $69. (313) EVERGREENS. Colorado spruce - while pine. You dig or 'A«JP_i.(313) , FLOWERS by Marilyn, silk or resh wedding bouquets, made to ortfer. (517) Gallon electric hoi water heater, 7 years old, $50. (313) HESLP'S HEARTH Wood burning sloves, fireplace nserts, furnace addons, accessories. (517) r HOOVER washer, nol automatic, used very little, $75.(313) CAST ron (517) parlor stove. CHAN Saw, 075 Sllhl elec- ronic logger saw. Extra 26 ' inch bar and chain. Runs lair, as s $250. (313) DRY oak wood, 28 lace cords, $35 lace cord, 4x8x16. (517) EVER-GREEN NURSERY & LANDSCAPE 502 EAST GRAND RVER HOWELL has an unlimited supply ol seasoned, split, hardwood. All cords, 4x8x16, have been spill and seasoned for over two m years. Minimum delivery s three cords at $45 a cord or $40 cord picked up al our nursery. We also oiler quantity discounts. Stop in or call for delivery. (517) FREWOOD, all Northern oak, seasoned, $40 (4x4x8 tt.) or $45 delivered. (517) FREWOOD, coal. Super K kerosene and propane filling. (313) P LOG Splitters. Hydraulic components, oil, wedges. Lakeland Pump. (517) LOG splitter torrent. (313) MAPLE Mix. Truckload cut and spilt, delivered locally. $45. a ton, unseasoned. (313) SEASONED hardwood, 3 face cords or more 4 x 8 x 16, $40 per cord. (313)629)100. SEASONED hardwoods, $40 _ picked up. $45 delivered. Call P Mike Duby, (313) Well seasoned, split hardwood, 4 X 8 X 18, $3S picked up, delivery available. (313) WOOD stove, ORC, Northwind model 2, wood and coal, forced air add-on. Holds 100 pounds ol wood, 8-10 hour burn. 500CFM blower, used cne season. $650. (313) , evenings. B. Y. MOVE CONNECTON ADULT MOVES Subscription television available to Southeastern Michigan. (313) BUSNESS cards, 1,000 for $ October special. Havlland Printing & Graphics, Howell. 6 Blue skylights, 5 t. wide by 8 t. high. Best oiler. (313)437'; HOME portable video recording outllt. 7 months old, Hitachi VT head recorder and tuner plus Kiwi carrying case, JC Penney (Panasonic 956) camera with title generator and aulo locus plus tripod. Asking $1,600. (313) HARTLAND Barn sale. 80% ol lems brand new, collee pots. rons, radios, tape recorders, curling rons, stove, relrigerator, generator, wheelbarrow, reezer, trellises, '78 Yamaha 90, new clothes and jeans, 40% to 60% oft regular prices, used 3M dry copier, range hood, tires, humidifier, dump truck, semitractor. Starting Wednesday. A & J Cartage, Nonvay ol M-59 and Cundy. (313) TTV 50% OFF NSTALLATON Movies 24 hours, adult late night, also Playboy Showcase. (313) NTELLVSON, voice module, 3 voice cartridges, 7 others. Like new. $225. (313) NSULATED work boots, $ Supersweeet dog lood SO lbs. $11. Rock salt SO lbs. $3.25. Salt pellets SO lbs. $3.75. Fowlenrllle Co-op. KNAPP Shoe Distributor, Leonard Elsele, 2473 Wallace Road, Webberville. (517) KEROSENE at Hamburg Hardware, 10S96 Hamburg Road, Hamburg, Michigan. KOEHRNG deluxe portable kerosene heater with clr- 107 Miscellaneous PARTY Store equipment, 2 treezers, 2 reach-in beverage coolers. One 4x8 lighted porlable sign. (517) POOL TABLE, Fisher Quester 7 h, Vt inch slate, automatic ball return. (313) PERFECTON kerosene heater. (313) POLE Barns, 2 story barns and garages. As kits or installed. Quality craltsmanship at reasonable rates. 1-(313) RUBBER stamps Mlllord Times, 436 N. Main, Mlllord. (313) REPOSSESSED Sign! Nothing down! Take over payments $58 monthly. 4x8 Hashing arrow sign. New bulbs, letters. Hale Signs. Call FREE 1-80O , anytime. SHALLOW well jet pump, never used. Deep well jel pump. (517) STORM windows and doors, nside sliders, custom made, ree estimates. (517) STEEL, round and square tubing, angles, channels, beams, etc. Call Regal's (517) STHOLEE car seat, $25. Wicker bassinet, $15. (313) aher6 p.m. SNGER deluxe model, portable, zig-zagger n sturdy carry case. Repossessed. Pay oil $38 cash or monthly payment. 5 year guarantee. Universal Sewing Center, (313) Miscellaneous Wanted FELD stone bolders. rom 75 to 3,000 pounds. Will pay il quantity and location satislactory. Ray (313) SZE 1 lo 4 girls ice skales, ski equipment. After 4 p.m. (313) , SCRAP copper, brass, radiators, batteries, lead, junk cars, iron, etc. Free appliance dumping. Regal's (517) G Speed tandem, good condilionj3j3)229-6l4l alter 7 p.m. WANTED TO BUY: STANDNG TMBER We pay cash. (313) or (313) ll Farm Products AiMiersons Severson's Mill and Farm Supply Custom Grinding anc Mixing ot Sweet l=eed. A lull line of Anderson Feed's and Morton Salt Custom Grain Hauling. Open9a.m. to6p.m. Monday thru Saturday Shelpo, New Hudson SeversorVs WANTED. Wilton Cake Decorating Yearbooks trom 1971 thru Also wedding cake accessories and books. (517) WANTED. A dark lone drop leal table and chairs, to buy or exchange lor a round 48 inch table with two leaves, maple lone. (313) WANTED exercise bike, good condition. (517) SCUBA gear (517) BLUE Spruce, Norway Spruce, Douglas Fir. 3 foot to 7.culating fan, 9,300 BTU, $100. toot, pruned and nspected. (517) after 3:30 pm. Brighton area. (313) CRCULATON NORTHVLLE RECORD CEDAR Posts, 8 foot. $1.75 each. Phone (517) COSTUMES to rent, all adult size, all styles, all designs. All day rom noon lo Op.m. al Norene Court, Hamburg. Call (313) or (313) for lurther nlormation. 23 Channel Robyn CB, with 12 volt base module. Golf clubs, Wilson irons, Hagen Ultra woods, best offer. (313) , COFFEE and end tables. Lamps. Ollice and lounge chairs. Fireproof locking 4 drawer llling cabinets. 3-M copier,. take over lease payments to own. Miscellaneous oltice equipment. Riding lawn mower, push mower. (517) daytime. CARNATON Classic Cat Food 20 lb, bag, $10.90,10 lb. bag, $6.45. Cole's' Elevator, east end ot Marion Street n Howell. (517) , CASH register, (313) , like new. WOODSTOVE, Ben Franklin, A good condition. $75 or best of- ler. (517) Medical nstruments AEOLAN player piano. Beautilul tone, $450. (313) BUNDY bass clarinet, $250. Baldwin organ, $800. (517) , : CLARNET, excellent condition, used 1 year, Selmer, Bundy model, $150. (517) CLARNET and flute for sale. CallafterS p.m.(517)54fr6s90. FVE string beginners banjo, $40. Ma jnum bass guitar with cord, $ 6. Tom, (313) , (313) FLUTE Gemeinhardt, with stand, used one year, excellent condition, $275 or best oiler. (517)546)239. FLUTE by Gemeinhardt. Banjo.(313) HAMMOND organ, like new, 7 years old. $600. Call before 2:30p.m. (313) HAMMOND Spinet organ L-100 series, excelleni condition, $350 or best offer. (313) KMBELL Caravan organ, single keyboard with rhythm. i'/i year old, perfect condition. (517) LUOWQ snare drum with case, $50. Beginning drum kit with bells, $150 or best offer. [517) after S pm. MARTN Sigma guitar, like knew, with case, $150. (313)878- W844. COMMERCAL kitchen equipment. Jackson dishwasher with dralnboards, $ grease traps, $75 each. Lavatory sink, $20. (517) ,(313) DON'T let your furnace catchl chilli Be n comfort, call us today for complete cleaning and «tune-up. Be ready lor winlerl Save $10 with this adi (517) DRVEWAY culverts. South Lyon Lumber and Farm Center, 415 East Lake. (313) KERO-SUN heater. Like new, $75. (313) KEROSENE heater, black, $20. (313) LKE new, wool braided 14 ft oval rug, $ x76 snowtlres on Ford rims wilh air, $35 each. (313) METAL rust problem? For a solution, use Oxi-Solv (trademark). Dennis Lange, (313) MONGOOSE 6MX bike, excellent condition, ready to race, many extras, $350. (313) MOVNG, must sell. Dental chair lor your rec room or den, make offer! Yellowbird rototlller and cultivator, $ inch Craftsman radial saw with stand. Dado and rotary plane attachments, used very little, $150. (313) New face bricks, red and mlltl-color, $100. (313) OFFCE equipment, like new. Files, cabinets, chairs, desks. MTA DC 131 copier, plain paper, used only three months. Excellent condition. (517) OL heater, 2 folding single beds, 6 cu.ft. RV refrigerator, 1966 Chevrolet pickup. (313) OAK desk and swivel chair, $100. Barber chair, $125. Several new 36 nch automatic ceiling shutters, $20 each. Several 32 nch and 36 nch sleel covered doors, $30 each. (517) ONE Everest 8i Jennings Traveleer wheelchair, very good condition, $300. Other wheelchair, fair condition, $100. Collapsible adjustable walker, like new, $75. (313) after 6 pm. POOL table, 3/4 nch slate, excellent condition, with accessories. Best otter. (517) STOVE piping, Amerl-vent, all luel, 6 nch diameter, triple wall, stainless steel, very low prices. (313) SUPER Mix Horse Sweet Feed 100 lb. $9.75. Sho Glo Vitamins 25 lb. $ Cole's Elevator, east end ol Marlon Street n Howell. (517) STOCK Exchange Antique Shop, 1156 Hacker Rd, open dally % oil entire Slock. (313) SMALL sale, air conditioner, Krby vacuum cleaner, oil lurnace 100,000 B.T.U. mput, used three months. (313) ,(313) SEARS Best 10 nch table saw, never used, $549 retail, will sacrllice, $300. Used Sears 10 nch radial arm, $150. Take both lor $400. (313) or (313) Slate pool table, $100 or best oiler. (517) inch lawn sweeper, good condition. Two tireplace grates, $5 each. Heavy duty nsulated tireplace doors, like new, $45 or best. Drop type lertllizer/seed spreader, used twice, $7.50. Sears Big T gym set, slide, like new, $50. Call alters p.m.(313) TAYLOR outdoor storage covers 8 x 10 ft. size $13.25, 10 X 12 ft. $19.85, 12 X 20 tt. $ Cole's Elevator, east end ol Marlon Street n Howell. (517) TYPEWRTER, Underwood, portable electric, excelleni condition, $100. Wollensack reel-lo-reel stereo tape recorder, $50. Alter 6 pm, (517) TEXAS nstrument tape/- adding machine/calculator, model number 404A, excelleni condition, $50. (313) TEKTRONX scopes, 531A, $ /1111 carl, $475. (313) now n (313)735- ilastetcholoe TorStoye/Twepace %isert DAVE LAMB 409 E. CARG'LNE ST.-FENTON SOCKEAST orpost ornce U Haul Rental downtown Linden VKNG sewing machine. Model 6430, very good condition. $300 or best offer. (313) WEDDNG invitations, napkins, thank you notes, matches, everything lor your wedding. The Milford Tlmes,436 N. Main, Milford, (313) WHAT S THE BARGAN BARREL? you have an item you wish to sell for $2$. or less or a group of items selling for no more than $25. you can now place an ad in the Green Sheet for pricel Ask our ad-taker to place a Bargain Barrel ad tor you, (10 words or less) and she will bill you only $2.25. (This special s oflered to homeowners only-sorry, no commercial accounts. WEDDNG dress, cuatom made with matching veil, size 10, 3 years old. $150. (313) after 5 pm. WELLPONTS from $26.95, Myers Pumps, plumbing, heating and electrical supplies. Use our well driver ree with purchase. Martin's Hardware, South Lyon. (313) WOODBURNNG stove, $60. Large store shelf, $50. Call (313) WASTE oil burning furnace, $800.(313) WELL points changed and wells repaired. Quality work, prompt senrlce. (313) WOMENS rabbit jacket, $50. Mens dress leather jacket, $60. Womens white unilorms, size 7 to 9, $2. Organic Gardening magazines, 10 cents. (313) Mlocellaneous Wanted ALL cash for your existing land contract. Highest dollars. Perry Realty, (313) , BUYNG used furniture and appliances. (517) Lawn & Garden Care and Equipment A. C diesel, 20 HP with 5 ft. belly mower, 81 hours, $4,950. Yan Mar 15 HP diesel with Woods mower, like new lor sale. Call,850. Case 222 hydraulic drive with 44 nch mower, $1,195. A. C. - B. wilh new Woods 5. mower. $1,950. Hodges Farm and Garden. (313)62»6481. BLUE Spruce, 3 lo 4 leel. While and Norway Spruce, 4 lo 6 leet. Quality trees. You dig $10. We dig $17. Hundreds to choose trom. (313) Black dirt rom a sod larm. $54 lor a 6 yard load. (313) (313) CASE tractor, 10 hp., 48 in. mower, 44 n. ront blade. chains, $600. (313) CASE tractor, 16 HP, 2 cylinder, 46 nch mower, 54 nch ront blade. (313) DRVEWAY gravel, crushed stone, pea stone, septic stone, fill dirt, and sand. (313) DON'T rake leaves, call Jack to vacuum and bagi (517) FREE interest and no payments on Cub Cadets until March 15,1984 with 20% down on discounted prices! Suburban Lawn Equipment, 5955 Whitmore Lake Road, Brighton. (313) Foot snow blower, like new, 3 point hitch, $1,000 or best otler. (517) h.p..rear engine, electric start mower, 30 nches. Good condition, $275. (313) alters p.m. NTERNATONAL Cub Cadet snow blade, $100. (313) days. JOHN Deere 140 tractor, mower deck and snow ttfower, $500. Call altera pm. (313)2gt'l John Deere 216, with mower deck, blade, roiotiller and rear hitch, $2,400. Call between 4 and 6 pm Wednesday through Friday anytime Saturday (313) OCTOBER special. Discounted for cash. Topsoil, processed and unprocessed. Fill, sand, gravel, stone. 25% discount on remaining cement steps. Well seasoned llrewood. Eldred's Bushel Stop (313) PNE trees, you dlg,$1.00att., appointment only after 4 p.m. (517) SPRUCE and pine trees, 2 ft. to 3 tt. $5,10 for $40. (313) SEARS Craftsman 8 hp. lawn tractor, like new, $350. (313) SEARS 11 hp. lawn tractor, 5 speed, 42 in. cut mower. $550. (313) TREES, balled and burlaped, reasonable. Tree spade tor rent. (313) APPLES (many varieties), doughnuts, carmel apples, cider, jams and honey. Kallln Orchards, 6060 Oakgrove Road, Howell. (517) APPLES! Pick your own. Open seven days rom 9 am to 6 pm. da Red, Jonnee, Northern Spy, Red and Golden Delicious. 21 cents pound. Peabody Orchards, Foley Road, lour miles south ot Fenton. (313) BARGAN hunters remaning apples small but good. Pick your own oil the trees or oil he ground. $4 per bushel. Schuck Orchards, Foley Road, Fenton. (313) CERTFED Vernal Allalla $112 per 60 lb. bushel. Climax Tmolhy $33.90 per 50 lb. bag. Cole's Elevator, east end ol Marlon Street in Howell. (517) CUSTOM soybean and corn combining, wheat planting, plowing. Hay, $1.50. Straw, $1.25. (517) , (517) evenings. EXCELLENT quality hay and straw delivered. Evenings (313) FRST culling hay, $1.30. Second cutting, $2.40. Straw, $1.25. (517) FRESH cider, $1.75 per gallon n your container. Thursday, Oclober 20 only. 2 p.m. lo 6 p.m. School House Cider Mill on Grand River at Dorr Road. (517) FREEZER beet, organically raised. (517) HALLOWEEN pumpkins and ndian corn, four acres ol pick your own. Open everyday dawn to dark, groups welcome, imeyer Berry Farm, West Eight Mile, Nor- hville. (313) HAY, trst cutting no rain. $1.25 bale. (313) LAST week lor pick your own. Red and Golden Delicious, Mcintosh, Johnalhan and da red apples, al Spicer Orchards. Fresh pressed cider and doughnuts. Plums, pumpkins and squash in our market.us-23 north to Clyde Road Exit. Open 9 to 6 dally. (313) LVESTOCK and barn spray, 1 gallon, $ Horse teed 100 lbs. $ FowlenllleCo- --PEABO0Y Orchards-Farm Market, open seven days, 9 am to 6 pm. da Red, Mcintosh, Jonathon, Cortland, Jonnee. Red and Golden Delicious. Fresh cider, carmel apples, honey, jams. Hour. Call us to ship apples direct Foley Road, lour miles south ol Fenton. (313)62»6418. POTATOES, red or white, cabbage and onions. Mahar Potatoe Farm. (517) RED Delicious apples, clean and good size. You pick, your container. $5 bushel. Taylor's Orchards, Eight Mile, Northville. (313) SUPER Mix Call Grower Sweet Feed 100 lb. bag $ Cole's Elevator, east end of Marion Street in Howell. (517) WANTED: Farm land to rent. (313)876<528ask lorduane. YOU dig, state inspected Silver Maple and Mountain Ash trees. Up to 12 leet. $6 or $10 each. (313) Farm Equipment MlLKEfTSurge Alamo electric milker with pan. Good condition J4M1517)54f New dea one row corn picker, like new, $ (517) POLE barn materials, we slock a lull line. Build it yoursell and save, we can tell you how. South Lyon Lumber and Farm Center, 415 East Lake. (313) point P.T.O. driven 'buzz saws, $650 plus tax. (313) J313)694j;5314, PLOWS, ~3pt. disks, blades, 3 pt. buzz saws, $ pt. hydraulic wood splitters, $ pi. snowblowers, 5, 6, 7 t. rom $895. Tractor lire chains. 4 acres ol equipment, parts and accessories. Hodges Farm Equipment, (313) , SYMONS TRACTOR 4 EQUPMENT COMPANY YOUR FORD DEALER FOR 31 YEARS BG where it counts, customer service. See us lor all your needs. (517) Gains north ol Howell and west ol Fenton. 151 Household Pets 1S2 Horses & Equipment PUG PUPPY Adorable, lots ol tun, low maintenance. AKC, wormed. $150.(313) SAWDUST DELVERY (313) PARROTS: Pair ol Mexican Conyors. tame, colorlul, $150a pair. (313) SLKY Terrier, toy males, 12 weeks. AKC, shots, wormed. (3l3)229;«05a TEACUP POMERANAN Beaver colored, lemale, luscious coal, very elegant, AKC, wormed. $160. (313) point hitch snowblowers, 5 t., 6., 7 t., 6 t. Snow blades. Tractor tire chains. Year end rolary mower clearance sale! Dave Sielner Farm Equipment, (313) ,(313) Electronics TRS-60 computer, 16-K, color basic with joy slicks. Excelleni condition. $145. (313) YAESU FT101EE wilh new 80-10M trap dipole, $500. TRS80 mod 1, level 1 with cassette and soltware $450. MX70 printer, $ M and 80M mobile antennas. (313) Building Materials WOLMANZED LUMBER 50% OFF 25 steel-banded bunna ul mixed 2 x 4,6,8,10 & 12 (generally 2 widths per bunk). Some warpage and minor damage but very usable. Bunks range n price rom approximately $100 lo $150. Sold as-bundled. CHELSEA LUMBER </4 mile north of 1-94 (313) TOY FOX TERRER Male, very small, Vh years old, $60, (313) TOY~Poodle, AKC regislered white, male, adorable. Call attem pm. (517) TNY flully balls ol lur. Shlh- Tzu pups, shots. (517) WANtED. Someone to give loving homes lo Lhasa Apso. Pekingese and Maltese, all champion sired. (517) Horses & Equipment ARABAN Ma're~4 years old, nol registered. $350. Call alter 7:30 p.m. or weekends. (_517J , ARAB gelding, black, sharp! Western and English, gentle, $900. Days (313) , nights (313) ARABAN yearling colt. Egyptian blood lines. Ansala bn Hallma/Tuhotmos breeding. Very beautilul, lypey with correct conlormalion. $2,000. Terms available (517) APPALOOSA colt, 3 years old, loud colored. (313) APPALOOSA yearting lllly, red roan. Must sell. (313) RAS!.'.! seiiinj;, registered, needs TC. must sell cheap, going to college. (517) AQHA mare. 11 years, 15.3, Puco Eueno - Depth Charge. Will trade tor quality saddle. Price, Circle Y and etc. How about ya Pal still got my saddle? (313) , 151 Household Pets AKC Cocker Spaniel pups, 12 weeks old, both parents Champions, price $150 and up. Also stud senrlce. (313) ABUSED, abandoned but still loving. Dogs, cats, kittens. (313) AKC dark gold and white male Shih-Tzu pup, shots and wormed, extra small. $150. (313) AKC White German Shepherd puppies, champion blood lines. Pel or show. Shots and wormed. $200. (313) AKC Shih Tzu, Lhasa Apso. Poodles, Silky Terrier and Yorkshire Terrier pups: Small, shots, non-shedding. Also stud senrlce. (517) BEAGLE pups, 4 males left, long legged, $50 each. (517) , TREES, 6 to 8 t., you dig. $12. Mountain Ash, Tulip, Autumn Olive. (31 3) , evenings/weekends. U-DG EVERGREENS MANY VARETES $5 SHADE TREES 6-12 L for $5. RED BARN NURSERY 4S00 Duck Lake Rd. Milford (313) to Wixom Exit Wixom Nto Duck Lake USED Giant-Vac leal blowers, 5 HP., $165 each. Mark's, (313) CLAM SHOW N HOWELL Saturday and Sunday, October at Howell Recreation Center, 025 W. Grand River. 20 dealera tables were sold out n September. 10a.m. to Op.m. Saturday, lla.m. to 4p.m. Sunday.. LV. COUNTY CLAM CLUB OL lurnancp, wall style, type used n mobile homes, etc, (313) , SCRAP WANTED COPPER 45/60 per lb BRASS 2S/S0 per lb ' AUTO RAD.35 and up ALUM.20 to.35 FREE OF RON TUNGSTON CARBDE $3 per lb. and up MANN METALS CO CrestvlewCt. Farinlngton Hills. Mi (313) Sporting Goods BEAR LTD bow, 6 arrows and quiver, $110. (313) GUNS - buy, sell, trade. All kinds, new and used. Complete reloading headquarters. Guns Galore, Fenton. (313) J. C. Higgens rifle with case and shells. $115. (313) LVE ball and tackle. Perch to Muskie minnows. Campflre wood. Hours 7-7, 7 days. Eldreds Bait House. (313) , MOSSBERG pump, 12 guage, like new, $100. Stevens double barrel 20 guage, like new, $135. Wood gun cabinet, holds six guns, slorage space, good condition. $100. (313) Pound weight set, complete with bench, $75. (313) , REMNGTON 1100, automatic, gun rack and accessories, $300.(313) REMNGTON 870, 20 gauge pump shotgun, LH, like new, $230.(517) REMNGTON 700 BDL-300 mag, variable scope 2x7, $300. (313) REMNGTON pump with shells, never fired. Thompson Center Hawken kit, in box, best offer. (313) Farm Equipment ALLS Chalmers mounted corn picker, good condition, fits WO or W04S, $400. (313) after 6 p.m. CORN picker. 2 row Oliver model 73 wide row. (517) Ft. hay and grain elevator, $300.(313) FORD 8N tractor, fresh engine, starter, clutch and battery, $1,600. (313) alter 7 pm. FORD Jubilee with step up and down, new tires and paint.. H. 434 Utility with loader, $3,650. M. F. 165 with loader. Ford 8-N reconditioned. John Deere 60 with W. F., 3 pl, power steering, duals, overhauled. $2,250. Ferguson 20 runs, $ other tractors. Parts and service lor Ford and Ferguson. Hodges Farm Equipment, (313) Since Ford 1600 diesel tractor. Like new, only 56 hours. $3,900 or trade for boat of equal value. (313) HAY wagon, $300. (313)867- JOHN Deere No. 9 sickle bar mower, 3 pt. hitch, excellent condition. $250 or best ofler. George Woods, days only. (517) JOHN Deere 950 diesel tractor with accessories, 200 hours. $5,000. After 6 p.m. (313) JOHNE Deere H. with equipment, $850. (313) COLLES-AKC Lovely Lassies in lour colors. (313) CANARES, females $5, males $30. 2 male Parakeets $10 each. 2 Lovebirds $30 each or $50 lor both. (517) CHESAPEAKES. ready lo start n the Held, 9 months, brown, l lemale with papers, $175, 1 male without papers, $100. Prefer loving family homes. Call Thursday or Sunday (313) COONHOUNDS Walkers, best ol breeding, sale or trade. (517)546)188. FNCHES $10, Canaries $25, Cockatiels $75, Parakeets $15, Blue Front Amazon $250. (313) before 11 and after 5 p.m. FOUR month old Beagle pups rom good hunting slock, mother registered. (517) GERMAN Shepherd puppies, AKC, 11 weeks old, large boned, shots, wormed. (313) GOLDEN Pheasants, young adult pair, $40. (517) HAND ted tame Cockatiels. Diana OesJarlais, breeder, licensed and nsured. Diana's Aviary Supplies, (313) LHASA Apso pups, male. 8 weeks, AKC registered. (517) MY 2 dogs need a temporary loving country home. Price negotiable. Phone (313) MALE and lemale VA Beagle and V* Basaett, five months old, good hunting stock. $35 each or best offer. (313) OLD English Sheepdog, AKC registered, female, spayed, 11 months, great with children. Asking original nvestemeni, $200.(313)47fr6154. POODLES, AKC, miniatures, 6 weeks old, $150 firm. Alter 6 pm, (313) BOARDNG While Lake area, box stalls, teed twice a day. $80 a month. Pasture teed, twice a day, $60 a month. Registered 3 year old and 2 year old Appaloosa horses, both llllys,v4 thoroughbreds. Loud color. Must sell. Reasonable. (313) BLUE clay ior horse stalls. Eldred and Sons, (313) BELGUM dralt horse, 5 year old gelding, very gentle. (313) (313) ELEGANT registered 8 year old Morgan gelding. Has placed in Western, English, has been started n dressage and drives. Excellent for show minded person or someone who's looking lor a good friend. Loves attention and shows with pride and showmanship. Call Karen altere p.m. (313) ENGLSH saddle, S nch seal good condlllon. (517) FOX Polnte Farms, horses boarded, large box stalls. ndoor arena, lessons, training, 40 acres. Excellent 24 hour care. (313) FOUR horse trailer, $1,900 or best offer E. M-59, Howell, (517) FOUR horse goose neck trailer. Good condition, (313) HARTLAND Equestrian Center offers huntseat, jumping, dressage and, vaulting lessons! Training. Boarding, ndoor and outdoor arenas. Open dally. Kathy's Tack Shop.(313) HORSESHOENG. Dale Mtz. Call today, shod tomorrow. (517) HORSE barns, pole barns and arenas. (313) HORSE boarding, large box stalls, dally turn-outs, large ndoor arena, outside track, riding lessons avialable. (313) after 6 pm. HORSES boarded. English, Western lessons, training available. Veterinary approved. Exceptional care. ndoor arena, must see to appreciate. Renaissance Arabians, (517) HORSESHOENG and trimming, reliable, reasonable. Call DonGlllls. (313) HORSES boarded, excellent care. Farmington Hills area. Ask lor Kevin, (313) HELP. Due to lack ol lacllitles, we much postpone our breeding program. We offer for sale a registered Thoroughbred mare. She has been shown successfully as a conformation hunter, had extensive dressage training, produced 2 lovely fillies, is easy lo work with and beautilul to booti Not suitable lor showing, extremely reasonable to approved home. (517) HORSES Boarded. Large indoor arena, large outdoor arena. Excellent care, also horses lor sale. English, Western and Hunt Seat riding lessons available. Call (313) Kingston 4 horse trailer with living quarters. Gooseneck, tri-axle. Excellent condition, (313) SHEER Elegance Farm quality boarding lacillty, large airy box stalls with attached runs. Excellent care. Huge indoor arena, healed lounge, miles ol trails. Specializing in training the show or pleasure horse and rider. Easily accessable. $35 olf first month, new boarders. (313) TWO Arab ho'ses, good 4-H projects.(313) , TRED ol conjronting problems you can't overcome? Let us help you. Specializing in individual attention lor both horse and rider. Hunters, Jumpers, Eventing, Linda Lovgren-Cole. Western breaking and training, Jim Davidson. South Oak Training Stable West 8 Mile, NorthjMlle. (313H WLLAMSTON Harness and Saddle Shoppe has many new and used cut-back saddles also used Stubben Tristan and Passier. Most horse supplies al low prices. t's worth he drive lo Wllllamslon. Tuesday thru Saturday 11 to 5. (517) WNDSHRE Equestrian Academy show barn has new stalls available. We feature he best in care and services, large heated ndoor arena, 2 trainers n English, Western, jumping and dressage. Dally turnouts, pasture boarding available. Mlllord (313) , 12 Year old girl wants lo buy a gentle horse and saddle, doesn't have much money, but has lots ol love. Call Robin, (517) S3 Farm Animals 2 Black Angus cows, bred lor '64 calves. Call (313) belore 10 a.m. or alter 5 p.m. BEEF cattle, cows and calls. (313) ,(313) FEEDER pigs, shots, wormed, castrated. (517) LARGE vaccinated springing Holstein hellers, due lo reshen Oclober. Call (517) alter 5 pm. ONE registered Bellan colt (lour months), two registered LaMancha billy kids (4*/t months), two Alpine kids, two Suffolk lambs, 5 feeder pigs (wormed and castrated), one bred sow, one light hog. Kensington Farm Center, (313) ,9 amtoe pm. PUREBRED Ouroc boars, (313) evenings. PAR of peacocks, 2 Alrlcan ganders. Guineas, free Bantam chickens. (517) Pi.<rebred Saanen goat stud service. (313) REGSTERED Gurnsey cow, $900. Registered Jersey cow, $550.(517) SPRNG Buck kids, reasonable/will trade. Call alters p.m. (313) SPRNG lambs. 1 Sulfolk wether, $40.1 Corrledale ram, $50. Call (517) after 4 pm. 154 Pet Supplies 1SS Animal Sen/ices ALL breed boarding and personallzed grooming. Senring the community for 25 years. Tamara Kennels. (313) DOG Grooming, all breeds. (313) or (313) PUPPEPAD Prolesslonal all breed dog grooming. 17 years experience. Reasonable. Satisfaction guaranteed. (517) PROFESSONAL dog grooming. Call (313) lor appointment. Hamburg, Brighton area. SOUTH Lyon, 3 bedroom brick home. Full basement, lully carpeted, 2</i car garage, fenced yard. No pets, first and last month's rent plus security. $450 per month. (313) EMPLOYMENT 165 Help Wanted General APPLCATONS now being taken lor nurses aides. All shilts, part-time and lull-lime. Apply at Whitmore Lake Con-' velescent Center, 8633 Main Street, Whitmore Lake. ACCEPTNG APPLCATONS Detroit company expanding nto Brighton Howell area. Eight full-time posllians ' available ranging from stock and display, company rep," manager trainee and service. Applicant must be sharp and aggressive and high school ' grad. No experience ' necessary, company will pro- vide training. Excellent pay and benefits. For appointment call Personnel: SPECTRUM (313) A 23 Northern Spy & Rome Beauty October ALSO in Our Showroom; Bartieti Pears, Apples, Preserves, Popcorn, /Viaple Syrup, Caramel Apples and Honey. FRESH CDER A HOMEMADE DONUTS. Picnic Area & Plenty ol Free Parking. Foreman Orchards 3 mllat wmt of Northvin* on 7 Mllo Road 34H286 Opon Dally 9 a.fn.-6 p.m. LEATHER REPAR Horse Equipment Canvas, Leather, Nylon Buy and Sell (313)348:4408 NEW Stalls available, dressage lessons through intermediate 1, (313) (313) PASTURE boarding - small pasture. $55 per month, includes hay. P-P Stable. South Lyon. (313) REGSTERED horses for sale. Boarding stable, excellent facilities; indoor arena, outdoor ring, observation room, turnout paddock, wash room. (517) ,(313) REGSTERED Quarter Horse mare, 6 years, excellent riding horse, English or Western. $5S0.(313) ASSSTANT basketball coach at Our Lady ot Victory parish. '' 5th and 6th grade boys, CYO' league. November 1,1963 thru ' February 19,1984 (16 weeks). Salary $320. Call Pat Best, ' (313) JOBOPENNC RANCH DnVERPOSnHM Positton requires heavy lifting and pulling. Applicant must be familiar with driving n Lvlnaston and Oakland counties. Must be neat, friemtlvandhaveagwdwork and driving record. Good working conditions and training available. Send< resume lo: P.O. 80x1539 Howell. Ml qutl Opportunity Employer

14 10-B-SOUTH LYON HERALD-NORTHVLLt RECOHO-WALLED LAKE-NOV NEWS-THE MLFORD TMES-WeJnesOay, GcioDer 19, S Help Wanted Qenerfll 1(S Help Wanted General 165 Help Wanted General 165 Help Wanted General 165 Help Wanted General 1M Help Wanted Sales 170 Situations Wanted ANOTHER CHANCE PACKAGNG LGHT NDUSTRAL Temporary available assignments Plymoulh, Wi«om and Non you are Dependable Responsible Available tor B hour shilis. 16 with own iransportaion Call now loi appointment (313) WTT SERVCES The Temporary Help People HABV tillfi AjnicO borne a a V b and n uj ri l b, o n lianipomaiioii i3l 3';'l' HABVtiintR rtaiilcil 1(1 my Sdiony noriie Tuesday hru Fiiaa> ti 'M a 1 lu 12 noon Call aliei 4 00 p ni 313)?? BARMADS experienced, lull and parmifiie, apply belweeii liandtipni Rascal s Lounge Pontiac Trail Soulh Lyon ( BABV siltei. experienced, m my home am to 9 am, 5 days (313)2292 BABY sitter wanted in my norne, Brigfiton Road/ Hoinung School area Monday inru Friday, 7 to 3. slart November Call evenings, ( APPLY NOW WORD PROCESSERS SECRETARES wilh Shorthand TYPSTS 60 wpm Your skills are needed now lor long and short lerm assignments Suburban and Detroit areas. For appointment call (313) WTT SERVCES The Temporary Help People. ARE you stuck at home bul would still like to earn extra money with your phone? Call Tri-R Services lor inlormalion. (313) ABLTES ADD m Able To Type 55 wpm? Typist-General Oflice Account Clerks Word Processors ARBOR TEMPORARES (313) ACCEPTNG APPLCATONS growing company has immediate openings lor 10 sharp, ambitious workers. Full-time openings ranging rom manager trainee, slock display and service. Excellenl opportunity with rapid advancement. Call lor appoinimenl: ULTRA AR NDUSTRES CRCULATON MLFORD TMES CAREER oriented people needed lor management and counseling work College degree prelerred. bul nol essential, Parl-time or fulltime For conlidenlial interview call. (313) CRUSE SHP JOBS! Great income potential. All occupations. For inlormalion call l-(3l2l742-«620ekt,217. CLEANNG LADY Taking applications at Pine Tree ApartmeQls lor cleaning lady willing to live on premises. Apply between Noon and A pm, daily ONLY. (517) ACCEPTNG applications tor experienced Nurse Aides all sifls. Call (313) or apply; West Hickory Haven, 3310 W. Commerce Road, Milford weekdays 8:30 a.m. to yojijl A simply super job, work 2 evenings a week and make $80, 'm looking for 4 people to teach and market needlecrall. Same hours, same pay. Musi be 18. Call Anne, (313) Secretaries of NOV let Kelly woi.. for you. f you type 60 wpm and are experienced witfi shorthand and/or dictaphone or word processing. Secretarial skills like yours are valuable. Call Kelly Services Todayl An equal opportunity employer MFH Not an agency Never a fee (313) The "KellyGirl" People COMPUTER - operators, programmers, word processors and others. Call now, (313) Job Network, Michigan Ave., Dearborn. CLERCAL - secretarial, receptionist and others, experienced or will train. Call now, (313) Job Network. 2B860 Southfield Rd. Southfield. CARPENTERS - eleclricials. Call now. (313) Job Network Southfield Rd. Soulhlield. CLEANNG lady. 15 to 20"hours a week. (313) CARRERS wanted lo deliver he Monday Green Sheet and Soulh Lyon Herald. Routes open in Soyth Lyon area ol Lillian and Sandra Streets. Call Circulation. (313) CARNG sitter needed in our home, lull-lime, afternoons, lor 1 year old, Wilmore Lake area. (313) i( no answer (313) CARRERS wanted "for he Novi News. 2 routes open in areas ol 8 Mile and Meadowbrook, 11 Mile and Beck Road. Call Circulation (313) CARRERS wanted to deliver the Monday Green Sheet and Wednesday Millord Times, routes open in the areas ol N. Pelers and Cabinet Street. Call Circulation (313) CARRERSariied ro"deliver he Monday Green Sheet and Wednesday Brighton Argus, routes open area ol Spencer Road and S. Church Street. Also Monday Green Sheet and Wednesday Hartland Herald, routes open area ol Hartland Hills Drive and Glen Hills Drive. Call Circulation (313) DRAFTSMAN ana oelailer Experienced in steel plate labricating Entry level position Send resume and salary requirements to P 0 Box 1537 C/O Novi News, m W Mam, Norlhville. Ml DENTAL AfiSlSTANT, partiinic, experience preler'ud Call (313) DRVNG positions - senu, tow liuck, porters and others, experienced or will train Call now, (313) Job Network, Soulhlield Rd Soulhlield DRECT care stall lo work with developmentally disabled, MORC training prelerred. but will train he rigni person. Must have llexible hours (313) , DRAFT horse teamster, partlime, expeiience desired, Kensington Farm Center. (313) ,9 am to 6 pm, EXPERENCED hairdresser, male or lemale. ( , EXPERENCED telephone operator needed in Brignton lor midnight shift, typing and bookkeeping experience preferred. Excellent benefits. Call Lorraine, (313) Wednesday 1,30 p.m. lo 4 pm and Thursday 9:30 am, lol2 noon only. EXPERENCED water softener salesperson. (313) EXPERENCED new and used car salesperson needed immediately lor aggressive multi-line dealership. Excellent pay plan and demo program. Only experienced need apply lo Leon Fransisco, Waldecker Ponliac, 9797 East Grand River, Brighton. FACTORY - machine operators needed. Call now. (313) Job Network, Soulhlield Rd, Soulhlield. FULL-lime secretary, must be experienced. Send brief resume: P.O. Box 190, New Hudson, Michigan GENERAL labor, lull and partlime, skilled or unskilled. Call now, (313) Job Network Southfield Rd. Soulhlield. GENERAL nsurance Agency needs additional clerical help. Reply Box 353, Howell. Mi GRANDMOTHER wants to baby-sit at 8604 Cranmore Drive. Brighton. (313) or (313) , ask lor Rosje GM Mechanic, certified, experienced. Apply Dave's Auto Repair, 2375 W. Grand River, Howell. Monday hru Friday, 8 a.m. o5:30 p.m. MANUFACTURER in Norinville Mas lull-time permanent position open in production Machining experience necessary, soldedng and welding experience desirable (4 per hour starling pay Call (313) MALE ATTENDANT, Bnghion area. Monday ihru Friday, 1 pm lo 6 pm in private nome (31 3) Prolessional Medical Personnel. MATURE responsible person to care lor two boys three and four in my home, Novi and Ten Mile area. f interested, call (313)348-«172. MEDCAL assistant trainee Call now, (313) Job Network, Michigan Ave. Dearborn MANAGERS - manager trainees needed. Call now. (313) Job Network Southfield Rd, Soulhlield. MANTENANCE - laniloiial. willing to train or experienced. Call now. (313) Job Network Soulhlield Rd. Southfield. MAKE sales appointments from your home, high commissions, pleasant clear voice, outgoint personality. Call 9 am, to 6:30 pm. (313) METCULOUS, responsible person lor shipping and receiving, inventory control and some ordering. 20 flexible hours per week. Excellent working conditions Please send short resume to P.O. Box 571, Brighton, Ml MDDLE age woman to live in and care lor elderly lady, light housework, wages. (313) MACHNE Repair. General plant maintenance, experience necessary. Apply in person at P.M.F., 108SO Hall Road, Hamburg. _ NEEDLECRAFTERS:' would you like to earn money teaching needlework to others? need instructors for home classes. Call Becky. (313) NEEDED: Responsible person with relerences to help me babysit in my Millord home lor a newborn and a 14 month old. Flexible hours. Call Mrs. Joshi, (313) NEEDED: Stale teacher, my 20A\._ OVERSEAS, Cruise jobs. RESPONSBLE guiiar players lo Slart new rock band ( RN or LPN. pan-liivie, 11 pm 10 7 am, shill Call (313) or apply West Hickory Haven W Commerce Road, Mlllord weekdays 8,30 am. to 3 30 p m SALESMEN wanted New car and truck experience preferred Long hours, good pay. Benefits and demo plan, Higfi volume, high quality dealer. Call lor appointment, ask for Paul or Richard. (313) SECRETARY needed. Call (313) between 4 and 4 30 pm SECRETARY to,' small contruction lirm. Brighton Howell area. Parl-time lo slart. Bookkeeping, typing, filing, payroll, etc. Send resume P 0. Box 294. Brighton. Ml SHEET metal workers needed. Call now. (313) Job Network, Soulhlield Rd. Southfield. SALES ENGNEER We are a leading manulacturer ol Ultrasonic Welding Systems lor he Plastic ndustry. Our continued success requires the addition ol an innovative prolessional to join our sales learn. The successful applicant will have a strong mechanical aptitude, wilh the knowledge ot the aulomallve industry. Your responsibility will involve selling ultrasonic welding equipment in the plastic industry. As an Dukane employee you will enjoy an excellenl starting salary, company car, and comprehensive benellts that include prollt sharing. Send resume to: Jell Sherry. Box 1541, e/o Brighton Argus, 113 E. Grand River, Brighton, Michigan WHAT S THE BARGAN BARREL? you have an ilem you wish to sell tor )25 or less or a group ot tems selling tor no more lhanj25 you can now place an ad in the Green Sheet lor '/i price! Ask our ad-laker to place a Bargain Barrel ad lor you. (10 words or less) and she will bill you only $2,25, (This special is offered to homeowners only-sorry, no commercial accounts. AVON has an opportunity established to earn money immediately. Brighton. Howell. Deertield Township. Call anytime lor appointment (313) or (313) leave message. EARN FREE T-SHRTS Give a T-shirt party or earn great pay by selling T-shirts. 150 styles, over 1,500 transfers. Must be 18. (313) ,(313) GRAND OPENNG! expanding nutrition company seeking lull and part-time supervisors who want to improve their linanclal future while helping others improve their health. Complete training. Cail (313) lor appointment, Mr. Goers. ACCOUNTANT/ARLNE pilot seeks per diem accounting, linancial, bookkeeping responsibility 12 years adminislralive/linancial experience including Big- CPA, corporate, manulacluring accounting (313) , AREA ol Northwest School, Howell. Baby-sitling by experienced mom. (517) BABY-STTNG Hartland schools, larm home, lull or parl-lime. (313) COMPLETE prolessional household cleaning. Extra services available. L.T. Domestic Services. (517) or (313) CHLD care, Novi, Northville Montessori, 8 Mile and Tall in Northville. Pre-school. Kg. daycare, cenilled teachers, French program. (313) CHRSTAN lady seeks work with children or he elderly. Possible live-in. 17S Business & Professional Senrices PANO lessons available lor children and adults, graduate rom Royal academy. London England. Register lor tall, now. Arrowhead Subdivision (313) Campers, Trailers & Equipment TRANSPORTATON 1978 Wilderness, sleeps 8. sell-contained. extras, excellent condition, must sell. $3,500/ best oiler. (517) Truck cab campers, $400 each (517) Auto Parts i Service STEVENSON'S 201 Motorcycles SOLAR OPPORTUNTY Licensed home. (313)887- STOCK persons needed. Call now. (313) Job Network, Southfield Rd. Soulhlield. SHPPNG - receiving hiring now. Call, (313) Job Network, Soulhlield Rd. Southfield. SALESPERSON $20,0OO-$60,0O0 year possible. Call (805) ext. J DON'T WAT UNTL MONDAY! You can place your ad any day ol he week. Ollice hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday. Our phone room salespeople will be happy to help you. (517) (313) (313) (313) (313) (313) DENTAL Assisiant." Mature, experienced needed lor Howell ollice. Reply lo Box 1536, c/o Tne Livingston County Press, 323 E. Grand River, Howell, Ml. 4B843._ DENTAL Assisiant, full time. South Lyon area, experience necessary. Call (313) GENERAL Labor help needed. Apply in person: Variety Jie and Stamping Co., 311S Broad Street, Dexter. HEAVY duly mechanic, GM diesel experience preferred. Must have own tools, busy shop, benellts. Call Lee n Service at Superior Olds, (313) HOUSEKEEPER part-lime Monday and Friday, approximately 4 hours, non-smoker prelerred. Must live near Oxbow Pavilion, own transportation. Neat appearance, intelligent. High school girl acceptable. (313) HOMEMAKERS you are "Sell-Motivative, Personable" and interested in converting spare lime lo $$$$$$$$$$. Have lun showing, selling original hand painted oils and home decor items. Ground lloor opportunities with unlimited earning potential. No investments. Free training. (313) ORDER ENTRY POSTON We are currently seeking a person wilh previous order processing experience and good customer relations lor our corporate ollice. The ideal candidate will possess mathematical skills, sellconlldence, and sellmotivation. An outstanding career opportunity wilh one ot the Midwest's largest distributors ol computer products ottering competitive salary and benefits to the right individual. Applications are being accepted rom 9 am to 1 pm, Monday through Friday at Lowry and Associates, 8163 West Grand River, Brighton, Ml (313) HOUSEKEEPER needed 2 days a week, must have own transportation and relerences. Please call alter 5:30 pm. (313) HYGENST, part-time, Monday, Tuesday evenings. Cail (313J68M728, ask lor Barbara. HOUSEKEEPER," experienced, non-smoker, 3 days weekly. (313) HAMBURG TOWNSHP POLCE DEPARTMENT accepting appliacetion lor reserve police ollicers. Apply in person, 8 am to 4 pm. weekdays only, 3666 E. M-36. No phone calls please. TRANED auto mechanics are in demand MoTech is a leader in developing auto technicians. At MoTech Auto Mechanics School, you'll get expert "hands'-on" training from top instructors. t's tough, but it's worth it. Call now and learn a career in less than a year. (313) MoTech Auto Mechanics School ndustrial Road Livonia, Ml Qualilied institution lor linancial aid Approved lor training eligible veterans. Education Centers PROGRAMMER/SYSTEM OPERATOR Manufacturing facility with BM system 34 installation seels Programmer/ System operator with responsibilities spanning the complete data processing function. The successful applicant will have system 34 experience with a background in MAPCS and RPG. This is a growth opportunity. We offer an attractive fringe benefit program. Send resume to: 0 AND S MFG. CO. 777 West 8 Mile Road Whitmore Lake, Mi ATTENTON Rosemary Dionne (313)44M401 EEOM/F NTERNATONAL High School Exhange Program seeking qualilied Representative to screen and select host lamilies, supervise exchange students. Write: American nlercultural Student Exchange W. Washington, thaca, Ml nclude phone number. JANTOR and laundry"attendani tor parl-time and fill in. Must be able to work any shitt, any day. Apply in person 7 to 1 p.m. Monday thru Friday, Tubs and Tumblers, 701 E. Grandiyer.righton. KEYLNER." Challenging" and creative work. Minimum 2 years experience. Design and typesetting helpful. Havliand Printing & Graphics, (517)546-70M LCENSED person to work in the art ol sculptured nails, experience prelerred. Send resume to Box 1540, The Brighton Argus, 113 East Grand River, Brighton, Ml ASm. LOVNG responsible adult to baby-sit in my Novi home, 1 or 2 days a week. (313) iilt Brighton Ski Lodge, 4141 Bauer, will be hiring all indoor and outdoor workers lor the upcoming season on Saturday, October 22 rom 9 a.m. til 3 p.m. only. Ages 16 and over. All applicants must have Sociai Security Number. MATURE baby-sitter wanted lor 1 or 2 times a month. Days only. (313) MANAGER trainees - clerks. Opportunities lor advancement. Apply at Brighton, South Lyon Quik Pik Food Stores. RESTAURANT - waitresses, cooks, bartenders and others, full and part-time, will train or experienced. Call now, (313) Job Network, Soulhlield Rd Soulhlield. PART-TME permanent position with manufacturing lirm in Northville. Machine work, soldering, etc. Flexible work schedule $4 an hour. Call (313)3«-7B91 PROGRAM Manager needed, CLF group home for developmentally disabled adults in Howell. Bachelors degree n Human Service Held, at least 1 year experience with mentally retarded, 1 year supen/isory experience required in a residential selling. Send resume by October 28,1983 to Michigan Human Sen/ices nc. Box 7768 Ann Arbor. Mi Attention 5. Geyer. Equal Opportunity Employer. PERSONS to sell subscription orders lor he South Lyon Herald, by telephone, 3 hours per night, Monday through Thursday. Please call Circulalion (313) PART-tlme Spanish teacher needed lor Montessori preschool and grade school, teaching children ages 2</i thru 9 years old. Previous experience with children required. Sent resume lo: Cheryl Rosaen, Livingston Montessori Center, 1381 S. Old US-23, Brighton, Michigan Position available immedialely. PRODUCTON workers. Call now, (313) Job Network, Michigan Ave., Dearborn. PART-lime factory work, stuffing fabric animals, now until Christmas, minimum wage. Apply in person only, Monday through Friday, 9 am to 4 pm ndustrial, Hamburg, three miles west ol US-23, olf West M-36. PART-TME ward' clerk lor weekends and holidays. Working wilh medical records, 8 am to 4 pm shilt. Call (313) or apply West Hickory Haven, 3310 W. Commerce Road, Milford weekdays 6:30 to 3:30. P~ART-TME dispatcher/ clerk lor Northville Township Police Department. Applications may be obtained at the Township Police Department and must be returned by 5:00 p.m. on October 28. Northville Township s an equal opportunily employer. RN and LPN GRADUATES! Part-time days and afternoons available. Orientation provided. Call for an intenriew, (313) Whitmore Lake Convaleticent Center. STATSTCAL typist-secretary with experience, lull-time lor CPA lirm, knowledge ol processing, tax return and 60 wpm typing required. Send resume to: Highland Road, Hartland, Michigan 480. SECURTY, experienced or will train. Call now, (313) Job Network, MchiganAve, Dearborn. High commission, excellent product, growth potential. Call Robert Burke, (313) October 20, 21 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. SECflEf/\R'i' lor insurance ollice in Howell. Full-lime position. Prior experience helplul in insurance or sales. Will be working with computers and phone solicitations. Send resume to: Box 1542, C/O Livingston County Press., P. 0. Box 219C, Howell, Mi SCHOOL crossing guard lor Silver Springs School. Application may be obtained at the Township Police Department and must be returned by 5.00 p.m. on October 28. Northville Township is an equal opportunity employer. TOOL maker, precision machined parts and gauge background lor close tolerance detail work. New Hudson area. (313) TOOLROOM LEADERS and BENCH HANDS Captive tool room lor die repair and new die construction, wiro terming and light stamping tuoling. Send resume lo P. 0. Box 200, Pinckney, Ml Unusual opportunity in Western Oakland Livingston County lor ambitious person to enter Solar Sales Business. College, previous sales helplul. Must have own car, phone and desire to earn above average income. Write to: Bill Park, Park Solar Associates. 437 Burkhart. Howell, Michigan Send resume. Ail replies will receive prompt attention. WHAT'S new witftavon's earning opportunity? Everythingll (313) (313) Business Opportunities BUYNG OR SELLNG a Business lor You! Cail Natalie Davis: (313) All BUSNESS BROKERS Apply through December al Box 1538, c/o The Livingston County Press. 323 E. Grand River. Howell. Ml or phone (517) CHiRSTiAN mother, very experienced would like to care lor one child. 1 have a 2 year old and a kindergarlner at home. Lunches provided. (313) CHLD care by experienced mother, Salem area. (313) DOMESTCService. Calfbelween hours 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. (313) EXPERENCED young grandma will, babysit. Mason Road Burkhart area, evenings and week-ends. (517) , GENERAL HOUSEKEEPNG. Experienced wilh relerences. Call Cathy. (313) HOUSE cleaning done, reasonable rates, relerences. Call (313) HAVE" pickup," will do light hauling, odd jobs, oil changes, etc. Reasonable. (517)54M225 HOUSECLEANJG done lo the besi ol my ability. Relerences. Hamburg, Whitmore Lake aj;ea, 3ni23 HOJSE cleaning, relerences available. Call Von, (313) will give loving care to your senior citizens in my adult loster care home. Only 2 openings left lor lemale residents. Call now, (313)632-77M. NFAf great HONDA 125 road or dirt, used very little. $300. (517) (617)546*175. HOWELL, by owner. 3 bedroom tri-level sq.'lt. on 4'/i acres, nice high ground with lots ol ruit trees. Extra 2 car garage, natural fireplace in family room. 6 miles north ol Howell near golf course. Pricine eioony. ed in low,$70,000's. (517)546- /Of O\QQ7 1 y1 QO References (o1 O ;00 /- Now up to $50.00 cash paid for junk cars. High prices for late model wrecks Honda XR-60. runs good, good condition. $350 or best oller.(313) Honda CRrl25, excellenl condition. (313) HONDA 450, Been stored, like new. $450. (313) ,(313) Honda CB-360, 6 gears, new tires, sissy bar, 14,000 miles, great shape. $550. (313) Honda. 750 Super Sport, very well taken care ot, stored every winter, many extras, must sell. Asking $1,450. (313) Honda, S50cc, good condition, $650 or best oiler, (313) , week-ends. SUZUK, 72'Rover, RV90. low rpileage. (313) f9a2 Suzuki dslloog, 7,000 miles. Windjammer 5, Pioneer am-lm cassette with digital clock, bags and trunk, cruise, small engine guard set, black with gold pinstriping, new, $6,700 invested, must sell $4,400(517)548:3424. two mini-bikes, run good, $125 each or both lor $200. (313)685: Yamaha Endura DT-175B, mint condition, adult owned, $450. (517) Snowmobiles A great gilt idea. Have your car treated rtght with T.A.C (Traveling Auto Care). Everything rom dry cleaning interior lo degreasing engine. All at the best prices in town. Call 9 am. to 8 p.m. (517) _ BUMP and paint y/>ur vehicles, specializing in sports cars and pickups. Call lor estimate and appointment, Eldred and Sons (313)22»6857. B. F. Goodrich livesaver radials, set ol 4 mounted on 14 inch Plymouth wheels. $100. Evenings (313) BARGAN BARN AM/FM cassette car radio, $ too watt speakers, $20 a pair. $200 watt equalizer, $ M-59, Howell. (517) COMPLETE AUTO SERVCE Brakes, tune-ups, major and minor engine repair, electrical. Certilled mechanic. Call Mike, (517) TAYLOR or seamstress, lull or part-time in modern shop. Northville. Mr. Lapham. (313) UPHOLSTERY assistant" lor production chair manulacturer. Must have some sewing or related experience, full or part-time. (313) a.m. lo 11:30 a.m. only. VLLAGE Oaks School District, seeking mature woman lo child sit, alter school, weekdays, your home or mine. (313) VOLUNTEER needed lo work with a group ol children 1 day a week alter school. Not necessary to be a parent. Gel involved in scouts. Cail (313) WANTED. Crafty people for our 2nd annual craft show. Brighton Garden Club. (313)22W8fi5. WOOD window service man, experience prelerred. Apply al 5936 Ford Court, Brighton, Friday only, 9 am, tol pm. WELDER needed, experience a plus. Call now, (313) Job Network, Michigan Ave., Dearborn. WOMAN to sew doll clothes, part-time. Apply n person. Dolls by Joan, 7269 Grand River, Brighton. WATRESSES, bus people, and kitchen help. Full and part-time. Apply in person Thursday October 20, 10a.m. or 3:30p.m. Nugget Restaurant, Howell. WANTED, lull-time head teller and part-time teller, experience preferred. Apply Security Bank OaKland County, corner ol Ten Mile and Meadowbrook, Novi. (313) Equal Opportunity Employer. WAREHOUSE manager needed lor evangelical book company. Call Pat Foley, (313) , WATRESS, part-time evenings, apply in person. Alter 2p.m. Annie's Pot Restaurant. Howell. 166 Help Wanted Sales AVON has an opportunity established to earn money immediately. Brighton, Howell, Deertield Township. Call anytime tor appointment (313) or (313) leave message. AN exceptional opportunity lor motivated people seeking unlimited income, bonus car, travel, insurance, and retirement. Anron Associates, (313) BY owner, 5 income cottages, Brighton, sland Lake. $55,000. $20,000 down. Gross, $16,000 year. Will take land contract. (313)229: ST R B U TO R S 'a n d"/ or salespersons to market portion control meats and sealood. Unlimited earning potential. Ask lor Larry, (313) _ GENERAL store material needed on consignment. Store being run by handicapped persons, 1 to 50 tems, new or used, all items bonded and insured. Contact downtown Hartland, (313) OWN your own Jean- Sportswear, inlant-preteen, Ladles Apparel, Combination, Accessories, or Large Size store. National brands: Jordache, Chic, Lee, Levi, Vanderbllt, zod, Gunne Sax, Esprit, Brttania, Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Picone, Claiborne. Healthtex. 300 others J7.900 to $24,900 inventory, alrlare, training, fixtures, grand opening, etc. Mr. Loughlin, (612) _ PARTY Stored SDM, SOD, groceries. Heavy resldenllal area. Gross over $200,000, good terms. Call Leo Castle, LaNobie Realty Co. Business Brokers (517) , home (313) SOUTH Lyon, hot open territories available, just in time lor Christmas earnings. Only eager, enthusiastic persons need apply. Avon. (313) SENOR citizens, be your own boss, pick your own hours, meet some nice people and make good money. (313) , TAKE A CHANCE! 3 KEY PEOPLE NEEDED For direct sales with the nations fastest growing nutrttional corporation. Ground level opportunities lor unlimited earnings. We are nol looking lor investors, only sincerely and a desire to promote natural health and nutrition products. Complete local corporate training. Call C. Dennis. N E W - U and Company. (313) Situations Wanted ALTERATONS and sewing For lit, lor restyling, lor comlort, lor value. Call Carmen, (313) AN unemployed lather needs work! Painting, wall washing, leaky roots lixed. 20 years experience. Free estimates. Call now! (517) ALL Spring or weekly cleaning beautiluliy done by an experienced woman Home Economist (in prolessional maids unilorm) tor homes and businesses. Also full senrice housekeeping skills expertly perlormed: laundry, meal preparation, child supervision, etc., etc. (517) A-1 cleaning ladies, general or parties. Mrs. Hoban, (313) , (313) BABY-SiniNG by experienced mother. Spencer School area in Lake ol the Pines. Nutritional meals f;rovi(ied plus lots oltlc. (313) BABY sitting, Fowlerville, West Qrand River. Any ages. (517) BABY-STTNG Howell, lulltime. Southeast and St. Joseph School district. nfants welcome. (517) care, clean home, relerences, my own equipment and toys, lots ol love and special care, Brighton area. (313) LfCENSED day care, reasonable rates. West M-36, Pinckney. (313) MOM in City of Howell willing to baby-sit, reasonable. (517)546)037. PROFESSONAL house cleaning, dependable, reliable, have relerences. (313) PROFESSONAL houseclean- ng, dependable team, low rates, satislaclion guaranteed. "The Tidy Team". Call alter 6 pm, (313) or (313) RETRED accountant, 63, wants part-time work n accounting, record keeping, etc. Compensation negotiable. (517) SEAMSTRESS, quality work, old and new. Ask lor Stella. (313) SECRETARAL service, typing, quotes, mailings, bank reconciling, notary, telephone answering. Assisting You Answering and Secretarial Senrice, (313) SOUTH Lyon mother ol two will baby-sit days, reasonable. (313) THOROUGH old fashioned house cleaning done to your satisfaction in m hours. Excellent references. Dot, (313) TDY Maid Housecleaning Service, dependable, thorough, ellicient. ntroductory Special. (313) WLL baby sit, experienced in early child development, Cedar Lake and Jewell Roads. Call (517) or (517) WLL babysit, days. Any age. Large play area. (313) Business & Professional Services BARTENDERS lor private holiday parties. Call Debbie at (313) CARPENTRY, rough and linish, home or additions, experienced. (313) OJ lor hire, music lor all occasions, reasonable rates, (313) after 5p.m. F & M Construction. Siding, rooting, gutters, decks, additions. ree estimates. (517) K - Cee Cleaning Service, household and commercial, dependable, thorough and honest. (313) or (313) Arctic Cal Jag 3000, good condition. $675. (517) or(5uj546:0924. '72 Chaparral 440, runs good, $300.(313)62: Rupp Snowjef Yamaha Suzuki. Best oiler. Also two place traller.j3j3)m RUPP ,400 miles, excelllent running condition, $500. (313) Rupp American, 40 hp. Run good. $600 or best oiler. (313) alter6 p.m Scorplan Whip 400. Very good condition, $400 or best oiler. (313) Ski-Doo Everest, only 30 miles, $1,905. Also Kawasaki nvader, new track, excellent condition, $1,000. Take both lor $2,800. (313) or (313) Ski-doo 300, good condition with cover, $350. Call alter 4 pm. (313) two 1977 Yamaha 250 snowmobiles, with trailer, good condition, $1,300. (313) TWO Massey Ferguson Ski Whiz on a 2 place trailer, both run, $600.(313) Yamaha 250 Bravo, 98 miles, with cover. $975. (313) Yamaha SS-440,96 miiea, with cover, $1,975. (313) Yamaha SRV, like new. 1980, 250. Funilne 2 place trailer, extras, $3,950. (313) Yamaha SS440, good condltion, $1,400. (313) Boats it Equipment EVNRUDE Outboard, 9.9 hp., tank, lock, 20 hours use, $800 lirm. (313) t. Mlrro-Cralt aluminum lishing boat, $800 new asking $400. (517) foot Searay, 165 hp. Mercury crusimatic, EZ-load trailer, $5,500. (517) , (517) SEA-DOO jet boat. $275 or best. (313) Campers, Trailers & Equipment 8 loot fiberglas camper lop made by FoMoCo. $250. (313) camper loaded, power CHAMPON Chevette parts. Now also carrying now pickup lenders and hoods. (313) Chevy Blazer ronl lenders and hood, excellent condition. $195 takes all Chevy pickup box, 6 t Fleel- Side,$75. (313) Chevy, good drive train. (517)546-T Cleveland engine and rans and other parts. (517) lour bolt Chevy complete engine, $250. (313) DODGE Dart engine, slant 6 with rans and olher parts. $175 or best offer. (517) , Jell.. FORMER auto body instruclor will do light rust, bump work and painting, reasonable. (313) FORD 2.3 engine and automatic trans, hear t runl miles. (313) Ford 6 t. pickup box, red. Brand new, never been used, $500. (313) or (313) FRONT chrome bumper rom 1975 Chevy pickup, good condition, $50. (313) '71 mpala. Good engine and' - rans. Lots ot other' mechanical parts. (517) MAGNETC Signs lor your truck or car. All sizes. Custom ; dfisigiied lor your needs. Call (313) or come into the ' Milford Times, 436 N. Main Street, Milford. - NEW RADATORS : AT LESS THAN RECORE PRCES ' ONE YEAR WARRANTY (313) ONE 4 speed rebuilt transmission tor a Chevy or CMC.' (313) ;.' PROPANE conversion kit.: complete wilh two car- - buretors, switches, and 80: gallon lank. (517) evenings, (517) days. -: 307 motor, 68,000 miles. Runs - good. $225. (313) '77 Subaru station wagon for -1 parts. (313) : KWK TYPE typing :3i secretarial service. and (313)632- BABY-STTNG, Howell, (lenced (517) Town ol n yard). BABY-sitting, Hacker area. (313) Road MY DEEJAY'S Experienced prolessional disc jockeys, quality entertainment made lo order al an unbeatable price lor all occasions. All types ol music, $150. (517) ,(313) PROFESSONAL typing. Term papers, resumes, letters, etc. Reasonable rates. (313) THNGS FALUNG APART? WANTTO CHANGE SOMETHNG? HRE YOUR OWN "HONEY-DOO" do all types ol repairs, custom cabinet work, remodeling kitchens, baths, basements, etc. also do furniture refinishing and custom built furniture. CALL MKE. ANYTME (313) CERTFED mechanic, satislaclion guaranteed, besi rales. (517) F-250 Explorer special, truck fully power steering, brakes, air, am-fm siereo wilh nv2 ft. sell-contained camper, toilet, shower, furnace, hot water healer, TV console. Must see, many olher tems. $6,000.(313) loot Holley travel trailer, excellent condition, tandem wheels, sell-contained. $1,700.(313) HUNTER'S Special, 1971 Vacallonaire, 17 t., sleeps live, stove, furnace, icebox, Porta- Pottl, excellent condition, one owner, used only once. $1,500 firm. (517) </i foot Karibou camper, excellent condition, 3 way utilities, relrigerator, stove, oven, double sink and portapolti, $1,395. (313) Leisure Time, 23 ft~ sleeps 6. Very cipan. ncludes sway bars, hitch and ball, electric brakes. $2,500. (313) PCKUP camper, 8 t., over cab, sleeps 4, stove, turnance and ce box, fair to poor condilion. $350. (313) TRAVEL trailer, 1982, sellcontained 33 loot Nomad. 21 tl. awning, excellent condition, used 9 months. (517) $9, t. Travel trailer, selfcontained, $3,500. (313)229- UTLTY trailers, new, 4x6 $350, 5x8 $450, 5x12 tandem $600. Wood hauling trailers. (313) UTLTY trailer 4 x 8 x 2, new plywood, 14 nch llres. $260. (517) WHAT S THE BARGAN BARREL? you have an item you wish to sell lor $25. or less or a group ol items selling lor no more than $25. you can now place an ad in the Green Sheet for </i pricel Ask our ad-taker to place a Bargain Barrel ad for you, (10 words or less) and she will bill you only $2.25. (This special is olfered to homeowners only-sorry, no commercial accounts. WANTED dead or alive VW's. For sale new and used parts. VW repair. (313) Autos Wanted AL'S Used Auto and Truck Parts at reasonable prices. Buying junk autos and trucks. Free appliance dumping. (517) , Monday thru Saturday 8 to 6. Sunday, 10 to y ALL makes, models cars wanted, dead or alive, trucks. Free towing. mmediate service. All used parts sold reasonably. Please phone Don, (313) BUYNG junk cars and late model wrecks. We sell new and used parts al reasonable prices. Mechiels aulo Salvage. (517) Construction Equipment 1966 Chevy 5 yard dump While 10 yard dump Moline backhoe. All workabia; (517) J; 350 John Deere crawler loader diesel wilh trailer, $3,000 or' best oiler. (313) LTTLE Giant backhoe, t. cylinder diesel, irallermounled, 5/8 yard bucket, 25." t boom, $3,000. Alter 5 pm] (313) Wednesday, October 19,1983-SOUTH LYON HERALD-NORTHVLLE RECORD-WALLED LAKE-NOV NEWS-THE MLFORD TMES-11-B 230 Trucks 230 Trucks 23S Vans AP Mufflers $1795 Exhaust Pipes Tail Pipes 50%5S Novi Auto Parts Grand River ABSOLUTELY top dollar paid lor 1976 through 1980 pickups, vans, suburbans, and lour wheel drives. 1(517) hail on Chevrolet pickup, mechanically good, needs body work. $2,000. Call after 5 p.m. (313) Chevy pickup, runs great, $800.(517) Chevy pickup. Vt ion camper special. Deluxe cab, new tires and brakes, $2,000 or best oiler. (313) Chevrolet pickup. Low miles, good condition. $1,800. (313) ' CAP tits Step-side, best oiler. (313) Chevy V4 ton, 350 auto, Cheyenne package, blue exterior, blue interior, new liberglas top, excellenl overall condition. $5,600. (313) Chevrolet hall ton, $900. (313) Jeep with blade, $1, Dodge 5 yard dump, $ Jimmy with blade, $1,900. (J13)629-9S Ranger, 30 plus MPG, amtm, step bumper, sliding rear window, cruise, $5,950. (517) eveninas S-10 Chevy pickup, 5,000 miles, V4, loaded. (517) Suburban, excellenl running, many extras. Body needs work. $985. (313) SUBURBAN, 1981 Silverado 20, trailering special, 454 engine, 28,000 miies. many extras, excellent condition. (313) Wheel Drive Vetiicles ALL 4x4s WANTED GUARANTEED HGHEST OFFERS (313) '79 Blazer, sharpe looking, ex~ecellent condition, loaded, $6,500.(517) Blazer, good condition. Alter 5:30 pm. (313) CJ-5 Jeep. 32,000 miles, like new. $3,000. (313) Cherokee 2 door, V4, aulo, loaded, new radials, clean. $3,999. (313) Chevy Blazer. Loaded with options, excellent condition, 35,000 miles. (313) '62 CJ7 Larado. Excellenl condition. Very low mileage. (313) alter 6p.m Ford Bronco XLT Lariat, air, windows, am-lm tape, 1978 Chevy, 3/4 ton camper,, special. 350 automatic, f «-!? ' L ' ' " " ' GVW, power steering, power k brakes, air, rustproofed, exrtras, excellent condition. $3,900 or best. (313) Datsun, radial tires, 32 MPG, chrome step bumper, 19,000 miies. $5,100 or best. (517) after 5 pm. '66 Dodge bus camper. Good shape, $1,000 or best oiler. Would trade on mobile home. (517) Engine, high performance. $1,000.(517) [FORD 18 loot, aluminum box, [step bumper, roll out loading ramp, regular rear end, engine 302 V4, 3 years old, 25,000 on engine, regular gas. (517)546- [7784,(517) '73 Ford F250, 4 wheel drive, with 71/i tl. western lull angle plow, motor in good shape, body some rust. $1,900. 1(313) [FORD, 1979, F-250, 351 V4, V4 lion, automatic, digital radio, 8 plys, power steering, power brakes, 37,695 miles, very good condition', $3, inch cap with bunks, $450. (313) miles. Call (313) after 5 pm. 1S79 F-150 4x4. Loaded, miles. (517) , it no answer (313) Jeep pickup, good condition. New tires. $1,150. Call bstween 5 and 9 p.m. or weekends. (313) Jeep with hardtop, soft lop, snowplow. $1,150. (313) Vans 1972 Ford window van. 302 engine, good shape, good tires, blue and white, good on gas mileage. $350. (517) Ford window van, privacy glass, am-fm tape stereo, 5 passenger and dinette conversion in back, air, must sell. $3,295. (313M Recreational Vehicles AHENTON Deer Hunters! Sleep cheap, sleeps 7, $595. (313) after 7 p.m. GMC bus, 1962 self-contained camper, runs good. $1,600 or best oiler. (313) GO cart $200 or best offer. (517) HUNTER'S or snowbirds, 21 ft. Lindy mini-home, sellcontained. $8,400. (313) MCRO-MN motorhome, Self-contained, excellent, deluxe, 21 mpg. $6,700. (313) Automobiles - BUYNG junk cars and late model wrecks. We sell new and used parts at reasonable prices. Mechiels auto Salvage. (517) Buick Electra. 80,000 miles. Good condition, best oiler. (313) BUCK LeSabre 1982, 4 door, V4, gray on gray, vinyl top, loaded (even has climate control air), excellent. $8,195. (313) '71 Champ. Automatic, 36,000 miles, clean. (313) MONTE CARLO LANDAU Split seats, automalic, power steering-brakes, till. air. 32,000 miles. A Real Ladyl BLL COOK BUCK Farmlnflton Hills Automobiles CA1)LTAC, T982 CMARRON Completely Loaded. Black with red leather-interior. Only $7,685. CHEVETTE, door automatic, air, power steering-brakes, delogger & more. Only $4,185. ELCAMNO Low miles, air, stereo, tilt, cruise, tonneau cover. Only $6,685. PONTAC J-2000,1982 Wagon, 4 cylinder, 4 speed, air. power steering-brakes, delogger & much more. $AVE $$$ $6,385. BUCK SKYHAWK.1979 V6, 4 speed, cassette tape, power steeringbrakes. $2,285. FORD WAGON, 1979 V8, automatic, power steering-brakes, air. Low Miles! $3,485. JACKCAULEY -CHEVROLET- ORCHARD LAKE RD. Betvtreenl4&l5MileRds Automobiles 240 Automobiles COUPE DeVLLE,1978 Loaded with options. $ale Price-$5,995. BLL COOK BUCK Farmington Hills CHEVY mpala 1978, 2 door miles, air conditioning, power steering, V4, very good condition. $4,000. (313) J Chevette 4 speed, 4 door, air, rustproofed, excellent condition. (313) Automobiles REGENCY, 1982 BROUGHAM 4 Door, loaded with options. A Real Luxury! BLL COOK BUCK Farmlngton Hills 240 Automobiles 1977 Camaro Z-28, air, new tires, good condiuon. $2,100 or best oiler, must sell. (313) '78 Cutlass Brougham, T-tops, loaded, excellent condition, low mileage. $4,500 firm. (313) after 5p.m. 240 Automobiles RVERA, 1982 Automatic. Loaded with equipment. A Real Cream Puff! BLL COOK BUCK Farmlngton Hills 1968 Cutlass convertible, excellent condition, 68,000 original miles, new tires. $2,600 lirm. (517) Chevy Malibu Classic, 4 door, V4, automalic, air, power locks, 27,000 miles, $4,400.(313) CADLLAC Elderado, Full power, air, cruise, moon rool, am-fm siereo, 56,000 miles. $2,600 or best offer. (313) Cadillac, loaded, runs great, looks good. $1,234. (517) CHRYSLER mperial All power, good tires. Original owner. $1,195 or best offer.' (517) DickSwu 1971 Ford F-100, new tires, batpery, starter, regulator, alternator, master cylinder and nulller. 15,000 miles on bngine and rans. $ ) ' Ford Ranger Super Cab. Power steering, power {brakes, V4. $1,500, must sell, all alter 5:30p.m. (313) Chevy window van, V4 automalic, power steering, power brakes, rear heater, runs good, some rust. $700. Call mornings, (313) e Dodge van. No rust, low mileage, rebuilt engine. $3,000 lirm. Call evenings, (313) Ford window van, rusty bul trusty. $900. (313) aller4 pm Ford Super van, low mileage, brown, excellent delivery van. $7,600. Call (517) FORD Econoline, Chateau trim. Power steering, power brakes, AM/FM stereo. Dual gas tanks, trailer tow package. Asking $2,695. (313) after 5 p.m. '77 Ford van. Excellent condition. Carpet, dual air, sunroof, am-fm, cruise, 4 captains chairs, privacy glass, dual tanks, asking $2,700. Also short bed pickup cap, $70. (313) DODfiC GET y S S J m DOWN (with approved credit) 1981 DODQE OMN 4 door, dvk orom. 4 ipmd, 3e,(XX) ctuil mllm. SM Ptot *379S 1979 PNTO 2 door hitctiback. tutomitlc. air, AM/FM itafoo. Extn cmwil t1 DODQE ROVAL VANSE 1 pumngv. rim»«. Vt. ulomillc. pomr ilmtlng ind UUM. OM (. cnilm. KH. M.roO mlm CHRYSLER CORDOBA Full powar. Extra dmn PLYMOUTH HORZON Sursundy, lulomillc. SM Prtot * MALBU CLASSC 2 im. ve. uioiiulic. u. tmm ilmnng no brakm. vmm rtndinn im dm rocki. iintm glut. AM/FM itom. thirgyndy.nfyclmn, '4998 1l7DODiED-109 CUSTOM PCKUP t cyluhtar. 3 wgwi. pom tlmrtng. /U/rM eiimnt,cb,cwi<i<nu(i, ili<clmn.97.m1inlmt. *32v9 "i978bdbdieblpl0lifxr 4 tfogr.mmjnthtr miwtar. Hr, pm twrina end bnkw, pnwvhvmom tntf Miluntndnwfc.NiotGirl AMMAM 684 Ann Arbor Rd., Plymouth (ol Mam St.) "WE COULDN'TMAKETHEDEALS ANYBETTERSOWEDDTHE NEXt BESTTHNG...WEMADETHEM JUSTASGOOD! Our Spring Tent Sale was such a gigantic sucess, we literallyl ran out of cars and trucks. But now our lot is full again and for those] jof you missed these rock bottom deals, we have good news. Presenting "GREATEST TENT SALE lu" Every new and used [car & truck will be tagged with low, low prices where you can instantly SEE YOUR SA VNGS. W e have an excellent selection of all m o d e l s : 2 D O O R S, 4 D O O R S, W A G O N S, Vz T O N S, T O N S, 1 T O N S, S-10 P C K U P S, B L A Z E R S, S P O R T V A N S, C O N V E R S O N V A N S, S T A K E T R U C K S, D E M O S, F A C T O R Y O F F C A L and D R V E R E D U N T S. B r i n g your title or p a y m e n t b o o k and be prepared to purchase the m o d e l of y o u r choice at these S P E C A L prices. Wed. Oct A.M. to 9 P.M. Thurs. Oct A.M. to 9 P.M. Fri. Oct A.M. to 9 P.M. Sat. Oct A.M. to 4 P.M Y o u r F a v o r i t e M e t r o D e a l e r " 2199 Haggertyr\f Walle(dLake (between 15 Mile&Hacjoorty) ANOTHER MCTiOM OLDSMOBLE ST FROM... MCHGAN'S FASTEST GROWNG OLDS DEALER \ 'F F F * Oktober-Feast of $avings$!! Th8 Conitructlon Hat Stopped We've Opened Our New Showroom HUGE SAVNGS LEASE an '84 CUTLASS SUPREME CPE. For Only r Mo. Only $500 Down FULL FACTORY EQUPMENT, Phn... Air Condltlomns, Stereo, Rear Oafraitar,Ou«lMlrron. $ per ino. hcl iix 4«mo. OamA end lease, 18,000 mhee annuely. lotel pmnti. $»4W.S2. $S00 down pmnl. pkie lit mo. lecunty dep. 8 Kcerae lee. Stk CERA4 DOOR = CUTLASS SUPREME CPE, 9496 NO GMMCKS.. f'--- PHO9 fwkitfisftvlpmiihl er deilof pf9p ofitfete VST OUR ALL NEW FLEET and LEASNG DEPARTMENT 1981 ROYALE4DR, SEDAN 10, REGENCY SEDAN 12,989 ootrr MW«OUR PNM. CLoeeour ON laeaai TORONADOS ft, *2800 OFF.«<.«ots WHLE THEY LAST... '83sl NEW, DEMOS & RENTAL CARS... DRASTCALLY REDUCED FOR QUCK SALE 'dom nol nc. taxoi MCHGAN'S FASTEST GROWNG OLPS DEALER PLYMOUTH RD., LVONA New 1984 Escort Full std. equipment stock No. 4131» ~ * OR $11 * * * P«r Month A.P.R. FNANCNG 'N SUBJECT New 1984 Tempo Full std. equipment Order Now New Mustang Convertable V6, auto, p.s., p.b,, stereo, WSW, tint glass stock No. 3737» «' * OR * * * P«r Month *. OR *"*Ptr Month 00 4r New 1984 T-Bird 8488 OR POT Month Full Std. equipment Order Now New 1984 Ranger 7' box, 2.3 tr, step bumper Stock No $ * OR A ' p o r Month MONE DOWN * Plus tax, title and destination ' * 46 mos. lease with approved credit plus security deposit, 1 st month payment, title. New F-100 Pick-up 4.9, p.s., p.b., gauges Stock No. 3202» S ~ * OR $129*** * s o s Nni \ 7Mlle \ g riimlnelwi t jaltrlae* Livonia Ford Rd. Cinton atland 1 u ij «, A. _. r d 11 n f NORTHV 550 W. 7 Mil( (? Milos W ol M c D O N A

15 Wednesday, October 19,1983-SOUTH LYON HERALD-NORTHVLLE RECORD-WALLED LAKE-NOVi NEWS-THE MLFORD TMES-13-B U'-B-SOUTHLYON HERALD-NORTHVLLE HECORD-WALLED LAKE-NOV NEWS-THE MlLfORD TMES-Wednt'bday. OcioDei SJ Buying in LivingstonCounty Saves DolarsandMakes Sense! iviriqblon County Auto Dealer's Association has over POOO new & used cars trucks to cnoose irom Buying in LivingstonCountySaves DolarsandMakes Sense! The l\\nq%\on Counfy Aufo Dealer's Association has over 2000 new & used cars & trucks to choose irom Discover Your County Auto Dealers * " U " "] Livingston Don't trudge off to the big city to make your car deal -when everything you need is here at your doorstep! Livingston County's No. 1 Cadillac Dealer m MLLON 'DOLLAR REDUCTON BUCK ELECTRA Mint, Loaded U336A OLDS DELTA 88 Nice Car U364A 1980 CHEVY Window, van Sharp U381A 1979 CUTLASS SUPREME Sharp U341A '1982 BUCK REGAL Low Miies U173P 1981 BUCK REGAL Must See U407A 1982 DELTA 88 U-OZA Low miles 1981 OMEGA 2dr.. Low Miles U392A 1983 ELDORADO Show Room New U291A 1983 DELTA 88 -dr.. low miles, lilt, cruise, air U397P S U P E R O R T R A D E NS U N D E R $ Buick Regal 1977 Buick Wagon 1978 Mustang 1977 Buick Regal SUPEROR O L D S - C A D L L A C - G M a ' 8282 W. Grand River < Brighton - 22M100 SALE 1982 CADLLAC Sedan DeVllle Mint U403A '82 BUCK RVERA Low miles, mint cond. U276A 1 mon.-thur. TL 9 P.M. NOW OPEN SATURDAYS Livingston County's So. 1 Olds-Cadillac Dealer Fantastic OMauAun, SfRVCE MTTS Demonstrator Reduction Sale Savings Only a F e w Left SUPEROR OLDS-CADLLAC-GVC 8282 W. Grand River \ Brighton ALL MUST GO Sale Oct. Livingston Counties N o. 1 G M C Dealer E n d s 2 3 r d Mon. & Thurs. Til. 9:00 NOW OPEN SATURDAYS Superior \ # Savings On Trucl(s [l swict wsri j 1984 G.M.C. P C K U P S N STOCK READY TO DELVER SUPEROR OLDS-CADLLAC-GMC ' 8282 W. Grand River i Brighton S T A R C R A F T V A N S MON.-THUR. TL 9 P.M. Now Open Saturday Minimal Cash nvestment SALE SALE SALE S fm ttoss S»\S... ( AU used cars / rtpr-' inustgoficm. '83CHRYLSER5th AVENUE Loaded, air. stereo, luxury (»3 equipment, 9,500 miles ' 1 3, '80 CHRYSLER LeBARON Aulo. air. stereo, leather interior, 40,000 miles ' 5, '81 GRAND PRX Automatic, air, siereo miles, clean ' 6, AMC MATADOR Clean, aulo, 58,000 miles ' 2, '81 PLYMOUTH RELANT K Aulo. air, stereo, cruise, p.s, p.b. ' 5, '79 CHRYSLER CORDOBA Leather interior, air. siereo, automalic, miles ' 4, '79 BUCK REGAL Auto, air, stereo. 2 dr.. 48,500 miles ' 5, '76 MONTE CARLO Aulo., p.s.. p.b.. new tires, 68,000 miles ' 2, '79 FORD PNTO PONY Only miles ' 2, iobrightoni CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH-DODGE 9827 E. Grand River, Brighton nopor Hours: Mon & Thurs. 8-8; Tues., Wed.. Fri. 8-6 P= sa.'m'.'i'otp'm. SALE SALE SALE SALE Gary Why i Underwood Says Buy? When You Can Lease And Save $ '84 Ctievette No * No '84 mpala 9.9 APR Lease Rate Financing Available To Those 'P' Connpanys And ndividuals ' '84 Celebrity No GMQUAUTY SERVCE PARTS, BAl. MOTORS mbtsurrhlon Who Qualify No No '84 Cavalier ' '84 Citation» '84 V2 Ton Pick-Up No All Monthly Payments Plus 4% Use Tax & Plates Based On 48 Months ' KEEP THAT GREAT GM FBLNG WTH GENUNE GM PARTS. 603 W. Grand River Downtown Brighton Von 4 Thurs. till 9pm. Tues. Wed 4 Fri till 6, Sat till 2 30 C O M P A R E F O R D E C O N O L N E F O R 99. ECONOLNE SUPER VAN TOUGHNESS High-torque 4.9L 1-6 engine Payloads up to pounds Twln--Beam independent tiont suspension Rugged body-on-irame construction CHOCE ECONOLNE M L E A G E 2 5 EST HWY 1 9 EPA EST MPG Uk«tlimaiei rot compaiiion Your mileags may ditlsi dvpffftdinq on ipwd dittanc* and witaih«r Actual higfiwjv miloagv MF piobablr t>«lomvt FORD ECONOUNE... AMERCA'S VAN Al 1 MUSTANG 1 Auto, trans., air. ' 3, '79T-BRD 1 Lots of extra, clean only 27,700 miles ' '82 CHEVY 8-10 Pickup Truck Only 15,000 miles ' 6, '79 BOBCAT Auto, trans. 81 FARMONT 4 dr., auto, air, tutone ' 5, '80 FARMONT 2df«, auto, air. ' 3, '82 F-100 FORD- PCKUPTRUCK Red, 3 spd. trans. $ A V E '80 F-150 FORD PCKUP TRUCK $ A V E $ A V E '80 PONTAC SUNBRD $AVE W L S O N B Ford & Mercurj W. Cirand River. Brighton Ntxl 10 Mcijcr's Thrilly Acrf. (313) KT 71 LFETME r2a=ij(l SERVCE 1 fil"' "j GUARANTEE 1984 LASER Air, tinted glass, rear defrost, dual power mirrors, AM/FM stereo, 5-speed, 2.2 fuel injected engine, Yout tilt steering, radial Pfgc white lettered tires. Stk. No. 4C037 CHRYSLER Vlijmoutri "' OPEN SATURDAY 10a.m. to2p.m. List M 0,986 '10,389 PlusT.T&L JOHN COLONE 145 E. Main (M-36) Downtown Pinckney in Truck 1983 S * SHS tn Car Sales 1984 Chevette 2 Dr StOCK No John Mitchell StocK No Tom ' PluaTotndUicenae CMaUAUTT SHvici mmi MTCHELbSTACHLER- CHEVROLET-OLDS 307 W. Grand River, Fowlerville (517) tuemnmcaaike. g Chevrolet 1984 DODGE RAMCHARGER 4WD PROSPECTOR PACKAGE Convenience package, 318 engine, sunscreen glass, 6x9 low mount mirrors, gauges, lower body moldings, bright grill, heavy-duty shocks, heavy duty stabilizer, P235/75R WSW tires, wheel covers, 5850 G.V.W. Stk. No. 4C or List M2,979 Sale 11,888 Less Rebate -400 '11,488 PlusT.T&L Price ncludes Destination Charge!! SALES SERVCE PARTS Free Loaners To Service Customers Ooigo Jfucfss LVNGSTON COUNTY'S NO. USEO CAB OEAtEB This Week's Special D O D G E ONLY « LTD Squire Wagon ONLYn29S 1978 LTD 4dr., V8, air. oa/lk' LTD Wagon ONLY Granada ONLY 2S9S 1978 Vonte Carlo. «ONLY Mustang 302 ONLY389S 1981 Chevy Citation ONLY 389S 1981 Escort GL Station Wagon Auto ONLY 389S Cougar, 4 dr Granada,J-oaded... A 1980 Mustang Cobra S 1980 LTD, 4 dr. S 1982 Escort, 4 dr. 0> 1982 Fairmont, 4 dr., air 1982 Lynx GL, auto air «1982 EXP, 4 spd Lincoln Town Car 1981 Phoenix U,4dr Cadillac Seville, 4 dr. " Malibu Classic ONLY 1978!MarkViCartier Loaded 0 A f t K ' S 1982Varquis 0NLY739S 1981 T-Bird Town Landau ONLY 69S Fairmonts prom %aab.t\ 4dr.,air,Clioiceof4 Only w99w 1982 Buick Century - Limited. 4 dr. QfL Y S 1983 Mustang G.T. _ 3,300 miles QJ _ y ' S 1982 Club Wagon Loaded ONLY 999S 1977 Cruise Air Motor Home ONLY 999S NSTANT FNANCNG LOW NTEREST RATES OPEN SATURDAY EVERYBODY DRVES A USED CAR init w rani, uieiui. MnQnv At The Top Of The Hill HOWELL si,i9ss US-TXU Buying in Livingston County SAVES DOLLARS & makes sense!

16 Wednesday. October 19,1983-SOUTH LYON HERALD-NORTHVLLE RECORD-WALLED LAKE-NOV NEWS-1HC MlLrunw.m.c»-. U-B-SOUTH LYON HERALD-NORTHVLLE RECORD-WALLED LAKE-NOV NEWS-THE MLFORD TMES-WeOnesday, OcloDer B3 740 Automobiles PARK AVENUE Door, powef windows- JOOf locks-sudtb. lilt, cfuise. air mileb Cream Putfi BLL COOK BUCK Farminglon Hills '83 Ford Pick-ups Seven Trucks to choose from. All have automatic trans and power steering. Please call forijetails. '81 Escort Front wheel drive. No. 1 seller, very good cond. '3699 '82 Mustang G.T. v-8, T-Top, Factory Air, P.S., P.B., Premium Sound System, Low Miles *8999 '82 Escorts A sp. or auto., some w/air, good selection from $ Automobiles 1982 Crienolei Caprice Classic,charcoal ana silver, loaded. Tuil-Koied, 16,000 miles,j9,l9b1313) Citalion. 6 cylinder, 4 speed,excelent condition, miles, air,power steering,powerbrakes,j3, GranTorino, auio. new lires anddrakbs. (800 Calbetween 5and 9pmor weekends (313) Z40 Automobilas CENTURY 1982 LMTED 4 Door, power sleering- Draktis. air, stereo $7,995 BLL COOK BUCK Farnninglon Hills JALE McDonald Ford Used Car Super Sale Friendly Salesmen 550 W. Seven Mile Road Northville Tired of trying to find a Good Deal! Come See Us-We Have Better Buys!.' Open Mon. & Thurs till 9 '78 Fairmont 2 Dr. 6 cyl.. Auto., w/power Steering Save 1399 '78 Cougar 4 Dr. V-8, Auto, Power Steering, Factory Air and more only 2499 '82 Crown Victory 4 dr.. Power Steering, Brakes, Windows, Seats, Electric Rear Defogger and s"=»10,999 '80 Pinto Auto, trans., power steering, low miles, nice car '2999 P.M. 240 Automobiles 1957CnevyBelAir Classic, ShowcarMusi sel36coals olpaintmust seetoappreciatej6.5o0 01Pest oter. (313) Chevete.30mpg.cuie redcoupe,good shape, ruslprooled 55,000 original mile,automatic, an.stereo tape,newbrakesand radiator. Buydependable uansporiation (or $1,350.(313) '79 LTD Landau 4 Dr V-8, auto & air-cond. Has power seal, windows and stereo etc. GREATDEAL '81 AMCConcorilDL Wagon, Auto., Air Cond., Power Steering, A Real Beauty. o > Mustang 3 Dr. auto.. Power Steering, Factory Air & Stereo. t? <4499 '82 EXP 4 sp., w/stereo, pop sun roof, ONLY '4999 Down or any old trade 49 with approved credit VAN & TRUCK SPECALS t: '79 Dodge.t[ :'i'i':f. *2999 '80 Ford Club Wagon l.passenger» '80 & 81 Conver. Vans f??m *8999 '78 Ford sija.'!'.'» '76 Ford 1699 YOUNG WORKNG PEOPLE ASK ABOUTOUR CREDTSTARTAUTO FNANCE PLAN. A Truck Load of Options NEW '84 RANGER 'S' Rear step black bumper plus full standard factory equipment. Stock #R Automobiles 240 AutomoMlas 240 Automobllts 240 Automobiles 240 Automobiles We Buy Clean Cars & Trucks Call Walt at McDonald Ford 34& Chevy lova. auto, clean, rebuilt engine, e»cellenl running condition, $1,195 (313) (ihevy Caprice Classic, V- 8, auto, power steering, power brakes, air, cruise, am-lm, vinyl top, excellent condition. $4,095 (313) Dodge Omni hatchback, stereo, air. 46,900 miles. $2,000 negotiable (313) _ BBO bodge S. Regis, air, amlm. cruise control, excellent condllion, $3,800 (517) * *444*** 4» 4- * Cutlass Ciera. power steering, power brakes, 6 cylinder aulomatic, air, wilh deluxe interior. 20,000 miles. Great condition. Must sell quickly, laid off, benefits run out. $8,000 or best otter. (313M Ctievy Malibu Classic 4 door, air, stereo/cb, cruise, full power, 305 V-6, loaded with options. mmaculate. $3,400 or best offer. (313)44»-«312 after 6 p.m Chevrolet. 4 door, 1960 Plymouth, 4 door, used police cars. Bid forms available at: HAMBUHGWP. POLCE 3866 East M-36 8 am lo 4 pm weekdays only, no phone calls please. DEMOS! DEMOS! DEMOS! Uncle Lou sez: Local Auto Broker needs all makes & model cars for out-of-state buyers call "Bill Saunders" (313> '81 Dodge Aries station wagon. 46,500 miles, air conditioning, automatic, $4,995. Call alter 6p.m. (517) Datsun 2B0-Z. Good running, needs work. $2,000. (313) Oodge Mirada. CMX, loaded, mint condllion. $5,300. (313) Oodge Monaco, automatic, 6 cylinder, good condition running car, only $1,450 or best offer. (313) MAUBU, 1978 CLASSC 4 Door, power windowadoor locks, split seats, air, stereo. 30,000 miles. Real Sharp! BLL COOK BUCK Farmington Hills ESCORT wagon stick, stereo, 45,000 miles, $3,650 or besjoller. (517) FORD LTD Country Squire station wagon, 1962, loaded, excellent condition, new lires, $8,350. (313) , (313) Fiesta, AM/FM. sun-root, 33,600 miles. $3,700. Call (313) after 7 o.m Scottsdale PlckuplflSZS Monte Carlo DEALNG! 7988 Caprices, Camaros, Monte Carlos, Celebrities Ktsp that grsitgim fttling twitli gtnuins QM parti JHj SWTCH TO LaRCHE AlouURicHE CHEVROET H'SL. if 4M7S Plymouth Rd., Plymouth. Jusl Weil S WHAT We're Out To Break All Records! 6755 $626 Worth of Options. Look At What You Get! 4 speed manual with overdrive, amp and pressure gauges, bright low mount western mirrors, payload package. P215x75Rx15 black side wall radials, heavy duty battery, cigar lighter. Total Value $626. All this... When You Order 1984 F-SO 4x2 PCKUP "The Best Built Trucic n America" LOW NTEREST RATES AVALABLE FROM 11.9% NEW '84 TEMPO GL 4 Door Console, automatic, power steering, cruise, bumper guards, electric rear defogger, air. AM/FM stereo, power decklld release, sound system-premium, tinted glass, light convenience group. Stock ffp4-393 ON ALL CARS '6299* & TRUCKS! $8944* YOUR A-X-Z PLAN HEADQUARTERS JACK DEMMER QUALTY & SERVCEARE0UR 1 CONCERN FORD Michigan AvCa At Newburgh (just E. of 1-275) Plus Tax ATMe WE BUY CARS TOP $ PAD on,auto.«ir,ra«r ilidmo window U.DO, miiaa 2 lona buck/tiiver Aflklna 1982 Citation.Km Pow.r ilmtlng. poww Df.ii.i.Mio,,«MiM, i/.eool 1.ixnmll»-am.llt D&Ool Exrypowitil. nowroom condlion, option.. now. W.rr»niK.lU)lo, l «airwil rtvallt >lo,ptlc Corvette AllBKCkOilglnU All 24,Wi1Ul.a. Black Of lolnu Fully loalm Wvraniy, avallapla..(king. Al *9988J '1S81 Caprice Estate Wagon ErwypotUMtoptlo. - arwrwilymwawa *6988J AoKlnp»5ir" 1981 Olds Cutlass Aoking [1982 Pontlac J-6000»6988j ghing [ auto, Loaaad dark FullpoMi.ali. gray rnalallrc. *' L Qrar valour nt, Warranty, * «,k.wa.n,y2g»4588j 1980 Buick LeSabre Limited Cavalier Full ponar. lk. naw. klng Coupe Aoking LoadM.allapiloni. 'fiaaflj Warranty airallablt. $JggJ kwvtv>iy«ailam WtOOJ 1978 Dodge 4x4, 1 ion nrackw. RMdy 10., Old Grand River Just East of Novi Rd., Novi US BEST! BRAND NEW 1984 F-150 PCKUP stock No C..Dficyl. Free 4 speed.powssjserlnfla -LSJ- Power brakes Step bumper 8 ft. pickup box (5)P215x15tires $200 Value Leader Packet List Price $8134 A, X, Z PUNS QUALFY FOR FREE TRANSMSSON & $200 VALUE LEADER PACKAGE N E W 1983 M U S T A N G ' ' G L " 3 D O O R 3.8 V6 angina, automallc, power atearino, power brakea, tinted 9laa«, electric dafogser, AM/FM tereo, console, power locka, P193X14 wtilte aide walla, air conditioning, dual mirrors. Stock No «7997* N E W 1984 T E M P 0 < ' G L " 4 D O O R 2.3 H.S.C. engine, automatic, power steering, power brakes, P17SX13 white aide walla, electric defogger. air conditioning, tinted glass, power deck release. Stock No $7990* 'Plus Tax, License & Oesllnallon N E W 1984 TEMPOL'' 2 D O O R 2.3 H.S.C. engine, S apeed. power brakae. P1TSxl3 white side walla, electric defroatar, bodyalde moldlnga. Stock No '6580* N E W 1984 E S C O R T " L " STATON W A G O N 1.1 engine, 4 epd., front wheel drive, PBxlS tirea. Stock No '5790* N E W 1984 ESCORT 3 DOOR 1.6 engine, 4 speed, front wheel drive, full factory aquipmenl. S 5390* N E W 1984 THUNDERBRD ve engine, auto., p.a., p.b speed control, air cond., tinted glaaa, AM/FM alereo, P19Sx14 white ame walla, dual electrtc mirrors, wide body momlnga, tinted glass, accent alrlpea. Stock Ne.2MS. $ 9990* OVER 500 CARS, TRUCKS & VANS TO CHOOSE FROM LOW PRCES AND 1 l.s% FXED NTEREST RATES 3480 JACKSON at WAGNER ANN AMOR ANN ARBOR i-94 EXT 172 oetmit SmmuTES WESTOFBUAimOOO Open Mon. & Thurs. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. OPEN SATURDAYS 9 A.fV. 5 P.M Camaro LT, V-8, auto, air. 56,000 miles. Good condition. $3,500. i517j54y456, DON'T WAT UNTL MONDAY! You can place your ad any day 4 of me week. Office fiours are ' 8:30 a.m. o5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday. Our phone room salespeople will be happy to help you. (313) (313) (313) (517) (313) (313) '81 Ford Mustang. Automatic, sun roof, reclining bucket a' seats, tinted windows, 36,000 * miles. $5000. (313)346-73t2. : 1B7B Ford Thunderbird, aiicellent condllion, fully loaded, velour interior, $2,700. (517) Ford Fairmont. 4 door. Taking bids. Contact First National Bank (517) Ext B Ford Pinto. Taking bidi. Contact First National Bank (517) Ext 207. COROLLA, Door, S speed, air, AM- FM. 32,000 milea. SALE Nowl BLL COOK BUCK Farmington Hllla 1976 Ford Granada, 302, 4 door, am-fm. air. $2,600. (313) B Firebird. $1,500. (313) Fairmont Squire wagon. < excellent condition. $2,100, (313) S Ford Fairmont, 4 cylinder. 4 speed, 50,000 miles. Qood condllion. $1,500. (517) after 3:30 p.m Fairmont, excellent condition, 6 cylinder, manual over-drive, rust-proofed, 46,000 miles, sharp. $2,900, (313) ROYALE, Door automatic, ppwer sleerlng-brakea-dooilocks, tilt, cruise, air, is) stereo. vlust Seel BLL COOK BUCK Farmington Hllla 1979 Fiesta Ghia, Excellei)! transportation, very good condition. $2,000 or best offer. Call after 3 p.m. (313) GT Mustang, many options. Dark red. TRX. to.eoo. (313) ;_ 1980 Grand Marquis. Loadtd. ' low mileage, no rust, premium sound system, excellent condition. $6,650. must sell. ( GTO, 4 speed, tri-power. fast, dependable, factory stock muscle car. Mectianically rebuilt. Needs paint to finish. $2,850. (313) : 1078 Horizon, good condition, $2,075.(313) ',' SKYHAWK,1983 Automatic, power windowa-door locks, lilt, cruise, air, sunroof miles. Like Newt BLL COOK BUCK Farmington Hills 1979 Lincoln Continental.'4 door, power, $3,500. (313) LaBaron. Air, cruise, leather seats, excellent condltlon. $2,700. (313) , : 1983 LeCar Deluxe 2 door, 4 speed, very good condllion; 35,000 miles, sun-roof, excellent mileage. $4,20Q. (313) v 1976 LTD, 2 door, automatic; air conditioning, power steert ng, power brakes, radio, goo<> condition. $1,200. (313)229: Lincoln Mark. Very good condition, new tiraa. (517)84»0094. MAZDA QLC Automatic. Am-FM. SALE V> Priced $2,995. BLL COOK BUCK Farmington Hills : 1977 Lincoln. Sharp, $3,709. Call alter 5 pm, (313)4S MG Midget, $2,500. '59 Ford truck, $700. (313) ask for Mr. Skldmore between the hoursof loandll a.m. ; 1982 Monte Carlo, loaded, K Raised white letters. $7,900. V.; (313) : 1974 Mustang li Ghia, ex* cellent condition. Sunroof. Vr 6, 4 apeed. power steering, power brakes, completer refurbished, must see lo appreciate. $2,500 or best offer: (313) evenings and weekends black Monte Carlo four door. Moderate mileage, good condition, good tires, loaded. $ (313)34»8956. BONNEVLLE, 1BB1 ' Automatic, power windowa-door locks, tilt, air, stereo. Extra Sharp! BLL COOK BUCK Farmington Hills 1979 Malitiu 2 door, auto, air, power, low mileage, stereo. Excellent condition. $3,400. (313)e87-746e Mercury Marquis, «xcellent, extras. $6,000. A (313) \ 1972 MQ Midget. New topv good tires, no rust. $1,S0Ojor: best offer, must sell. (313)e REGAL LMTED Power wlndows-dootlocks. air, stereo, Black»" Beautiful! -: BLL COOK > BUCK : Farmington Hills -l, 240 Automobiles 1977 Malibu Classic. $1,200. (517)S PARK AVENUE, Door. Loaded with options. Only 5,000 miles. A Real Luxuryl BLL COOK BUCK Farmington Hills 1S79 Mustang hatchback. 4 cylinder, automatic, am-fm. $2.600.(313) Monte Carlo, loaded, 70,000 miles. New palm, exhaust and brakes. $1,450. (313) '74 Mustang Ghia. V-6 automatic, am-fm stereo, air conditioning, power steering, power brakes. Good condition. (517)54M Automobiles : Engine Tune-Up $29) Mi Monte Carlo Landau, air, stereo, 52,000 miles, like new condition. Must sell. $2,650/- best offer. (313) MONTE Carlo 1977, loadjd. power moon root. Cragar rims, great condition. (313) Opel. Great shape, 35 m.p.g. $1,400. Call (517) Olds Regency diesel. Loaded, 25 mpg. Call (313) after 6 pm Olds, sharp, no rust, $1,200. (517) CAPR Automatic, power steering-brakes. Priced to Sell! $2,995. BLL COOK BUCK Farmington Hills Compiete ncludes: Replace spark plugs, clean emission system. Check all fluid levels, adjust carb. & timing. 4 cyl. only_6& 8 cyl. slightly more. Present this coupon Expires 10/31/ Automobiles v6ilvo7i98i GL 4 Door, automatic, air, sunroof. 32,000 miles. A Heal Beauty BLL COOK BUCK Farmington Hills 19MlyionleCaria 7.4 liter, V-6, T-tops, am-fm stereo cassette, air conditioning, loaded. $8,000. (313) Olds Cutlass Supreme, air. am-fm, cruise, excellent condition. $6,100. After 6 pm, (517) Olds Omega, 4 speed. 6 clyinder, air, $3,000. (313)687-2?57._ 1976 Olds Cutlass Brougham. Air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, 76,000 miles. (517) Front-End Alignment $ Complete ncludes: Check caster & camber, adjust toe-in, check tire pressure, check all steering components. Present this coupon. Expires 10/31/63 ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS Cars & Ligfit Trucks NORTHVLLE 550 W. 7 Vile Rd. ;it luortiwillo Rd. {2 miles VU. of 1-275) McDonald FARM SPKER ' 3 yolme 240 Automobiles 1978 Olds 68 2 door, all options, very clean. $3,500. (517) Olds Omega, ironi wheel drive, very good condition. (517) Oidsmoblle Delta 68 Royale, 4 door, diesel, loaded. Excellent condition. $3,950. (313) Opal Mania, runs good, needs some work. $400 or best offer. (313) Pacer wagon, very good condition, no rust, $1,800. (313) aher 4 pm. S<YLARKrT981 LMTED 4 Door, automatic, power steering-brakes, air. Priced to $elll BLL COOK BUCK Farmington Hills 1977 Pontiac Sunbird, automatic, stereo, GoodYear raised letter tires, good mechanical condition. Si,950 or best offer. (313) after 8 p.m. '78 Plymouth Volare 2 door Sport Coupe. Own owner, excellent condition. $2,100. (313) alters p:m Pinto, immaculate. 4 speed, stereo cassette, rustproofed, great mpg, nonsmoker, must see. S2,950. (313) Pinto Hatchback. Automatic. 60,000 miles, S1,a00.(517)54fr Pontlac Grand Prix. V-6. power steering, power brakes, air. AM-FM stereo, low mileage, rust proofed. $4,950. (517) alter S pm Pontlac 1, speed, am radio. Low mileage, S4,900. Call after 5 p.m. (517) , 1978 Plymouth Volare wagon Premiere, wood grain, cloth nterior, stereo 8 track, air. reclining seats, till wheel, low mileage, V-8 automatic, exclellenl condlton, $2,495 or best. (517) Pinto wagon, runs good, rusty, S200 or best oiler. (313) alter 6p.m Plymouth Horizon TC3 hatchback, 6 cylinder, 4 speed, air. stereo, tip top condition, $3,395.(313) CORDOBA Automatic, buckets, power steering-brakes, air. 30,000 miles. Extra Sharp! BLL COOK BUCK Farmington Hills REQAL, 1980 Automatic, stereo, wires. Priced to Selll BLL COOK BUCK Farminglon Hills 240 Automobllea 1965 Tempest, V-8 aulomatic, new lires, battery, good body. $1,500 or best oiler. (517) T-bird, power steering, power brakes, am-lm radio. $2, Firebird, needs work, $500 or best offer. (517) Triumph Spllllrer rag and hardtop, 4 speed overdrive Pontiac J-2000 wagon, 4,,900.' (313) alter speed, power steenng, power rjtn' n,n?«vlfa'jkjs'!?*" VW Rabbit spe.liiicgated more.(313)2ak263i_, g,,,,, 1981 Renault R.18i station, oning. rear window defrost, wagon, power steering, power Very clean, $1,876. (313)665- brakes, air. am-fm, 5 year9091 weekdaysalter5 pjn. f?;s!lsll?«**'** 1960 VW Rabbit Diesel L. 4 (313) speed, am-lm, REDUCED from $1,800 lo door, sunroof 4 good condition, $1, Aspen, 2 door, 6 u 2OO (313) cylinder. 4 speed. Also a 1980 ' Fairmont, low miles, $3,250. WHAT S THE BARGAN BARREL? you have an item you wish to SOUTH LYON MOTORS sell (or $25. or less or a group Clean used cars, ol items selling for no more bought and sold than $25. you can now place an New and Used ad in the Green Sheet for Vi Horse Trailers pricei Ask our ad-taker to Trailer repairs, trailer tiook-pivco a'bargainbatretadlot (517) Reliant K-car. 4 door, 4 speed, $4,600. Must sell. (313) ups and hitches. Horse trailer you, (10wordsor less) and reconditioning. Aulo tune-she will billyou only $2.25. ups,ato brake iobs, shocks (This special is offered to '"5.?ii5".",'.')!'..'!''i-,.«L...«homeownera only-sorry, no RUSS ALLEN. MECHANC commercial accounts. CALL (313) Z-28, cross fire injeciion, aulomatic, warranty. $10,900. (313) MARQUS BROUGHAM Loaded with options! miles. A Beauty! BLL COOK BUCK Farmington Hills STATE Savings Bank of South Lyon will be taking bids for 1980 Toyota Celica until October 28. This car is in very fine shape. Can be seen at State Savings Bank of South Lyon parking lot. For more information. (313) , extension Thunderbird. 2 door, power, stereo tape deck, $4.900.(313) Toyota Tercel, miles, 40 mpg., am-fm cassette, rustproofed, S After 4:30 pm. (313) Toyota wagon. Air, good tires and body. $1,200. Even- ngs, (517) Toyota Tercel, front wheel drive, original adult owner. $3,000.(313) Describe an Ford-MercufY Dealership N SOUTHEASTERN MCHGAN FOR BCONTNO'US YEARS SUPER MARKET SAVNGS '84-'83 MODELS 12.9% A.P.R. FNANCNG ON VOST MODELS Only at Spiker Ford-Mercury-Are All These Models Available! FORD'S Crown Victoria LTD Thunderbird Mustang Tempo Escort EXP MERCURY'S Grand Marquis Cougar Marquis Capri To[)az Lynx Cougar XR7 ORDER YOURS TODAY! TRUCK'S Bronco Club Wagon Vans Bronco Ranger Pick Up's Chassis MMEDATE DELVERY ON ALL MODELS A-Z X PLANS WELCOME mmgggg ggggin,bimm SELLvlG FORDS AND MERCURYS SNCE 1950 BRNG US YOUR BEST DEAL... SPKER 130 S MilfoKl Ro.id Milloicl 68471S o< '>63 6S87.. WE'LL MAKE T BETTER FORD-MERCURY FORD mck OPEN Mondays & Tlnii'.days 1:19 Tuesday Wednesday Friday til 6 unused item in your home in ten words or iess. 241 Vehicles Under S AMC Hornet. 3 speed, AM-FM cassette stereo, runs good, looks good. t600, negotiable. (313) door Buick LaSabre. Running condition, good tires, $300.(517) Bobcat. $600. (517) ,(517) Byick Riviera, good condition, new tires, brakes and exhaust. Must sell. $950 or best oiler. After 5:30 p.m. or weekends (313) (517) Chevrolet Malibu 350. Power steering, needs body work. Runs good, new battery. $150 firm. (517) alter 6 p.m Comet, engine runs good, some rust. $600 or best oiler. (313) Chevette, good condition,$900. (517) Chevy Malibu, high mileage, power steering, power brakes, air conditioned, runs great. (517) alter 5 p.m VW, $100. Call Mike, (313) Wliile it's not a contest... it does present an opportunity for you to be a winner! Describe any item in your liome which you no longer use and which you would like to exchange for cash in ten words or less. Easy, sn't t? Your ten words can be turned nto a low-cost Classified Ad, which will bring a cash buyer for the item you've described. Just call and tell the friendly voice which answers the phone what you've written! She'll check over your ad and place it in the proper classification n your Classified columns. t's easy, fun and nexpensive to deliver your message to the buying public... and t can pay off for you! WALLED LAKE NOV! NORTHVLLE SOUTH LYON MLFdRD Vehicles Under 1BM Chrysler Gran Fury, needs right fender and some work, $300 or best ofter. (313)22M Chrysler, runs good. $250.(313) Cadillac, runs good, body shot. $195. (313) Chrysler Newport, runs good. $200. Call after 3:30 pm. (517) Cougar, air, good buy. $690.(517) ChevelleSS. no motor, 12 volt rear end, ali or parts. $375. (313) Chevy. 6 cylinder, 24 passenger bus, convert to motorhome, drivable, $700 or oiler. (517) ,48 passenger Chevy bus, 6 cylinder, drivable. $500 or olfer. (517) '71 Chrysler 300. Good condition, broken windshield, $350 or best. (517) Dodge Dart (or parts, good V4 engine, new exhaust system, $200. (517)22M Duster, needs work. $500. (517) DUNE Buggy, fibergias body, street legal, must sell. (517) Datsun 200SX two door. Five speed, four new radials. Clarion stereo with cassette, hood and fender damaged. Runs and drives good. Frsi $650. (313) alter 4:30 pm Dodge Royal Monaco, power steering, power brakes, 4 door miles. S500 firm. (517) before 5 p.m. '72 Dodge Charger, 316 engine, runs good, looks good. $1,000 or best offer. (313) Volkswagon. rebuilt engine, good transportation. best offer. (517) '77 Vega 2 door, runs good, looks good, $900. (313) , alter Sp.m. 241 Vehicles Under S1000. BRGHTON PNCKNEY HARTLAND FOWLERVLLE HOWELL '72 Ford wagon. 90,000 miles, runs good, air, $250. (313) Ford Qalaxle. runs good. Air conditioning. $650. (313) Firebird, good condition. $800 or best oiler. (517) after 10 a.m Formula Firebird, good condition, needs minor body work, many extra parts. Must sell. $1,000 or best offer. (313) Ford LTD. Runs good. (313M (313) Ford LTD. Air condltlon- ng, $350. (517) GTO, S900. Call attar 5 pm. (313) Gremlin, $300. Call (313) Granada 4 door, good condition. $795. (517) Hornet wagon, rebuilt engine, 8 cylinder, stick. $650. (313) '73 Javilan. Good condition, $1,000 or best oiler. (517) '76 LaSabre, V4 automallc, 4 door, loaded, new tires, batlery. $900. (517) LTD. Runs excellent, great transportation. $400. (313) Lincoln Mark lii. Good transportation, many new parts. $400 or best offer. (313) (313) alter Sp.m Mustang, runs good, lots ot extras. $800. (313)e Mustang, 4 cylinder. 25 to 30 mpg, runs good, decent condition. $300 lirm. (313) Malibu Classic, good condition, lots ol miles. $600. Call attero p.m. (517) VERY good 1975 Mercury Montego, no rust. air. power, undercoating. stored 2 years miles, must sacrillce $975. (313) (313) Vehidee Under $ Mercury Comet. New muffler system, good tires, runs good. $395. (313) after 4 pm Maverick. One owner. 6 cylinder, automatic, actual miles, no rust; upholstry, paint, body excellent; perfect exhaust system. SS90 or boat oher. (517) Mustang. 4 speed, looks and runs good, $700 or best. (313M37-27S5. alter 5p.m. MONTE Cwlo. 1975, body rough but not rusted, runs, air, steering, brakes, $350 or best. (517) Nova hatchback, good reliable car, new tires, S700. (313) Pinto, runs. S100, Call alter 6p.m. (517) Pontlac LeMans. good Uansportation. $495. (313) Plymouth Satelille, runs good, looks bad. $250. (313) SS Pontiac. V-8 stick, drivable, $500 or offer. (817) Plymouth Ouster, good car but needs some repair. $600. (313) or alter 5 p.m. (313) Pinto station wagon. New brakes and battery. $200. (313) Plymouth. S500 or best olfer. (313) Pinto Squire wagon, new tires, runs good. S400. (313) Pontlac. S300. (313) Pontlac LeMans. $100, (313) atler7 p.m Toronado, must sell. Leaving for Navy. $450 or best offer. (517) Toyota Crown wagon, needs exhaust, good car. $328.(517) Vega, runs good, $500 or best oiler. Alsotparting out 1976 Astre. some new parts. (517) Too late To Classify HOWELL garage sale South Alston. Friday. 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17 16-B-SOUTH LYON HERALD-NORTHVLLE RECORD WALLED LAKE-NOV NEWS-THE MLFORD TMES-Wednesday, October tfl, 1983 UEAmCESALE Living Wednesday, October 19,1983 NO MONEY DOWN 71 RANGER 27 to choose from (1984's) 2.3 liter engine, 4 speed trans., step bumper, AM radio, guages, chrome grill, vinyl trim. Stock No. 387 TEMPO 32 to choose from (1984's) 2300 H.S.C. engine, 4 speed O.D.. trans., reclining bucket seats, deluxe wheel covers, power steering, body side moldings, w.s.w. tires, AM radio. Stock No. 098 Per Month PLUS Per Month 42 Per Month ESCORT 53 to choose from (1983's&1984's) 1.6 liter engine, 4 speed O.D. trans, radial tires, accent stripes, body side molding. AM radio, power brakes. Stock No. 129 F-lOO PCKUP,Fuiui») 5 to choose from (1983's) 4.9 liter engine, 4 speed O.D. trans gauges, power steering, mirrors, step bumper, spare tire & carrier, knitted vinyl trim. Stock No. 914 Once upoti a titne, long ago and far away, a group of people called the Celtics set aside October 31 as he eve o( heir celebration to honor Samhain, Lord of the Dead. t was the scariest night of the year because the Celtics believed that on this night evil spirits wallced abroad and performed feats of magic and destruction. The Celtic regions of France and the British sles were inroduced to Christianity by their Roman conquerers in the fourth century. Christian fathers, realizing the strength of the old religious ceremonies, tried to give new meanings lo he old customs rather than try lo destroy them. November 1 became All Saints' Day and October 31 became All Hollows Eve. Long after their conversion to Christianity, the Celtic people continued to expect ghosts on All Hallows Eve, later shortened to Halloween, so when hey went outside on he evening of October 31, they wore masks and costumes lo keep from being recognized. Celts were not the only ones who associated masks with demons. From earliest times, people have worn horrible masks to scare off the devils who bring disaster such as droughts and epidemics. The nobility who attended the Witches' Sabbaths which were held on October 31 in the Middle Ages always wore masks. The First Halloween mm lii m MM : /. < :.! urn HALLOWEEN (but were a'scared to ask) Mario Antoiaatte lad her hoad when il cametocottubm WORLD BOOK Anybody can throw a sheet over his head and call himself a ghost. Of course, some people go a little 1 further in designing just the right costume for that special occasion. Consider Marie Antoinette, queen of France. One dress she wore to a ball in 1787 was made of more lhan S yards of brocaded satin (not counting voluminous underskirts totalling nearly 10 yards of fabric) supported by stays of wood, metal, wire and bone. t was decorated wilh ruffles, lace, tassels, fringe, plumes, ropes of beads, artificial flowers, and many yards of ribbon. She also wore large jewels al throat, wrists and ears. Crowning her simple outfit was a hairdo that lowered more than three feet above her head and contained a number of small wooden boats in a tableau recreating a famous French naval battle. To make the lower of hair stay in place, royal hairdressers used wooden sticks and wool bats and mixed flour and water into the hair to stiffen it, much like papier mache. The hairdo also was decorated with plumes and jewels. f that was all for a plain old party, imagine what she would do for Halloween. DEMONSTRATORS (1984&ig83's) including Thunderbirds. Tempos, LTD's, Escorts. 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She arrives in a coach drawn by four headless horses and driven by a headlesihorseiiian. Anne carries her own head in her lap. Yuck. ''-' '' ' 2. The Ghost of Catherine Howard. We also have Hank the 6lh to thank for ihis ghost which haunts the gallery at Hampton Court Palace. Catherine was beheaded February 13, 1542, but her shrieks are still heard throughout he gallery. 3. The Vermilion Phantom. Red, as he's known to his amies, has appeared al critical junctures in the history of France. A tall, well-built figure with a red beard, the V.P. wears a stylish but somewhat flashy red cape. The Halloween pumpkin is the only symbol of the holiday which did not come to he United States from the old world. The pumpkin grew only in America and was not part of the Halloween customs of northern Europe. When early pioneers discovered the pumpkin, hey recognized it immediately as he perfect Halloween lantern. n Europe other vegetables were used. Scotish children hollowed out large (urnips, carved faces on them and placed candles insile them. The children called the turnip lanterns "bogies" and used them to scare away witches. rish children used turnips or potatoes and children in some parts of England made "punkies" from large beets. The early immigrants found he pumpkin made a much better lantern because il was soft inside and was easier to carve. The name pumpkin may even have come from the child's Halloween lantern called a "punkie". Lily Munater: Available October 31? Okay, you've decided to throw a Halloween party for your riends and neighbors. But - and it's an all-important"but" - you don't want it to be your ordinary, run-of-themill Halloween party. You're talking about something special... something people will talk about... something they'll remember for years lo come. Maybe even something that Carol T. will report on the society pages of whatever metro daily she's working for now. Here comes a helpful hint - think "guest list." Sure, Joe and Gladys from the bowling league should be invited, but if you want to give the Halloween party lo end all Halloween parties you'll have to invite Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney, Frankenstein and Dracula. Peter Lorre is another must. And how about Dr. jekyll? Just be careful about who's spiking the punch? There are others, of course. What Halloween party would be complete without the Headless Horseman from Sleepy Hollow or the Phantom from the Opera? You could even invite chabod Crane, although he tends to be something of a wet blanket at parties. What's missing at this point is some notable ladies. You wouldn't want all those men to be without dancing partners when you break out your ke and Tina Turner recording of "Proud Mary," would you? Alas, the list'of appropriate females is not long. Let's see, there's Morticia Addams, Lily Munsler, Broomhilda, Wicked Witch of the West... The classic bedroom sheet and mom's pinking shears are all that is required. A snip here, a snip there and a genuine Casper the Friendly Ghost costume is ready lo scare the dickens out of fellow trick or treaters. t's a solid last resort, whose original designer is unknown. (P.S. To really impress friends use those Bill Blass designer sheets.) r So you went to a Halloween Party instead of staying home to pass out treats, and the neighborhood goblins wreaked havoc on your property. The car windows are covered in soap and wax. Your front porch looks like a half-made omiette and someone's crayon artistry adorns the aluminum siding. That'll teach you to realign your priorities for next year. The day-after clean up won't be pleasant, but it will be a little easier if you follow these hints. Soap scrawls can be washed off windows by using warm water. f they're waxed, break out a new razor blade and get scraping. Wax on a car's body can be removed with warm water or by using a commercial wax and grease remover or polishing compound, according to South Lyon Collision. Be sure to rewax the finish after removing the evidence. f the little vandals have resorted to spray painting the car, you might think of moving out of the neighborhood. Removing spray paint can be tricky because using too much rubbing compound means the car needs refinishing. Eggs on the porch can be washed off with a mild detergent and water. f the aluminum siding has been egged, clean it up with a mild dish detergent and warm water right away. t's awfully hard to scrape dried eggs off aluminum, according lo aluminum siding manufacturets Clark Brothers. To remove wax from siding, use hot water and a mild detergent. There are commercial aluminum cleaners on the market, but Clark Brothers warn some may be too abrasive to the finish. Their best advice was to use a little soapy water and lots of elbow grease. 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18 2-C-THE NOV-WALLED LAKE NEWS-W»dne»(3ay. October 19,1983 Fire fighting is a family tradition for Lenagh By KEN VOYLES Firefighting rims in the blood of Uie Lenaghan family. An, the oldest of the Lenaghan boys at 42, is chief of the Novi Fire Department. Bill Lenaghan, 41, is an officer with the Canton Police Department: Tom, 3(i, is a shift captain wilh the Plymouth Fire Department; and Pat, the youngest of the Lenaghan boys at age 33, is a captain in the U.S. Army stationed at Fort Bragg..'nd that's not all. Carrying on the family tradition n the latest generation of Lenaghans is Art's son, Andrew, 16, who currently is training with the Walled Lake Fire Department's cadet program. Needless to say, he definitely is considering a career n firefighting. As you might have guessed, the Lenaghan boys' interest in fighting fires stems from their father. "My father was a volunteer firefighter in Bedford and Plymouth," said Art, the Novi chief. The senior Lenaghan passed away five years ago, after serving as a firefighter for more than 35 years. "We also have an uncle who retired from NASA's fire protection labratorles after 30 years of studying how fires start and what they do once started," he reported. " pretty well knew what wanted to do in high school, maybe before," he added. 'As brothers we never talked that much about our careers, but 1 guess our father had an indirect nfluence." Tom, formerly the fire inspector for the City of Plymouth, went to shift work about one year ago and now spends 56 hours a week at the Plymouth station. "1 think it's good to know all the aspects of the job," he said about the recent change of duty from investigating arsons to fighting fires "Someday 1 would like to be in a chief's position. They need to be aware of everything within a department. "This is s career more than a job." he added. "Ever since 1 can remember 1 wanted to be a firefighter. My father was one. We always had fire people at the house when 1 was growing up. Vou can guess what the topic of discussion was most of the time." "The biggest influence while 1 was growing up was my father, then Art," he continued. " did a few other things like going to college, but this is where 1 wanted lo stay." When the firefighting Lenaghans gather, you can guess what the topic of conversation is about. The brothers like lo keep n touch. Tom, who lives n Northville, and Arthur, a Novi resident, are especially close. "We get together quite a bit to talk shop," said Art. "Some of the things we encounter are interesting enough lo pass on to each other. Sometimes you learn more one-on-one than in the station environment.'' Andy, son of the Novi chief and a Novi High School student, says he enjoys the cadet program in Walled Lake where he and other year-olds get a full introduction to firefighting. "Andy's expressed an interest in firefighting," said his father. The chief's other son attends Oakland University, while his two daughters are also at Novi High. Andy is very positive about following in his father's footsteps. He has been Parnell reports for duty Spec. 4 BRAN PARNELL has arrived for duly at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. He s the son of James Parnell of Texas and Audrey Keyes of Walled Lake. An aircraft electrician with the lolst Airborne Division, Parnell previously was assigned in Stuttgart, West Germany. Marine Private JOHN SCHUH has reported for duty with 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing at the Marine Corps Air Station in El Toro, California. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schuh Sr. of Walled Lake. Staff Sergeant RONALD BOOTH has arrived for duty at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. He s the son of Roy and Pat Booth of Novi. A space systems equipment maintenance superintendent with the 2044th Communications Group, Booth previously was assigned at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan. Air National Guard Airman JAMES MACKAY graduated from the U.S. Air Force air armament course at Lowry Air Force Base n Colorado. A 1981 Walled Lake Western graduate, he s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon MacKay of Walled Lake. MacKay will not serve with the 127th Combat Support Squadron at Mount Clemens. Airman MARK WEBB participated in Global Shield 83, an exercise nvolving U.S. Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps units, and elements of the Canadian forces. A 1982 Walled Lake Western graduate, he s the son of Wendel and Welma Webb of Walled Lake. Webb s with the 4iQth Bombardment Wing at K.l. Sawyer Air Force Base n Michigan. The exercise was designed to enhance readiness and the avllity of the Stratetic Air Command to carry out orders should deterrence fail. Navy Seaman Recruit JACK WALDRON has completed recruit training at the Naval Training Center in San Diego. He is the son of Jean Bint of Harbor Drive n Walled Lake. MARNE Pfc. SCOTT PTCHER has reported for duly with the 3rd Marine Division on Okinawa. He is the son of Carol Pitcher of Los Arboles in Walled Lake. Private KEVN RUBY has completed an Army food service specialist course at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. A 1980 Walled Lake Western graduate, he s the son of Rosemary Ruby of Alton Circle in Walled Lake. with the Walled Lake program since January of this year. Cadets assist the regular duty firefighters on runs and receive training in all the methodology of the job. After completing the program, he will be eligble to apply for a position with the city fire department, if he so desires. "'m not sure about college, but 'm interested n firefighting. My dad's a firefighter and so is everybody else n the family,"he said. " think the cadet program s a good idea," said Tom, Andy's firefighting uncle. "Walled Lake is one of the few departments to offer t. t's common practice with police departments.'' He added that serving with public fire departments s a self rewarding occupation. " think it's one of the most self-satisfying jobs around. You do something constructive that contributes to the community. And every situation s different. The variety of things you have to face s endless." " don't approach firefighting like a job - t's a career, a great career," he said. The Lenaghans aren't quite sure what to make of brother Bill, He was a firefighting specialist n the Navy but now works as a sergeant with the Canton Police Department. "He must have some kind of bent chromosome to become a cop. 've never had any aspirations or perspirations to be a police officer," said Tom. The Lenaghan firefighting genes exhibit themselves to a degree n the Canton police officer, however. Bill has tried firefighting as a volunteer and currently s a part of Canton's arson nvestigation team. Navy Seaman Recruit WUJJAM DEACON H has completed recruit training at the Naval Training Center n San Diego. He is the son of Carol Deacon of Walled Lake. Navy Electronics Technician 3rd Class RONALD BURROWS has graduated from Basic Electronics School. He is the son of Richard Burrows of Hopkins Drive n Wixom. Navy Fireman Recruit JAMES WLLACKER completed recruit training at the Naval Training Center n San Diego. He is the son of Garald and Judith Willacker of Union Lake. Marine Private DAVD SANDERSON completed the Aviation Machinist Mate's Basic Jet Engine course at the Naval Air Technical Training Center n Tennessee. He s the son of Edythe Sanderson of Novi. Pfc. TERRENCE WATHEN has completed basic training at Fort Dix, New Jersey. He is the son of Lawrence and Margret Wathen of Novi. Airman DAVD DAVS graduated from the U.S. Air Force pavement maintenance specialist course at Sheppard Air Force Base n Texas. A 1982 Walled Lake Western graduate, he s the son of Mrs. Don Elghmy and stepson of Don Eighmy of Walled Lake. Davis now will serve with the 823rd Civil Engineering Squadron at Hurlburt Field in Florida. Air Force Airman 1st Class HERBERT PROFTT was nvolved in a NATO-sponsored exercise by participating n the Army's return of forces to Germany (REFORGER) and the Air Force's Crested Cap exercises. A food service specialist with the 833rd Air Division at Holloman Air Force Base n New Mexico, he s the son of Jackie Profitt of Milford and Nelson ProfittofNovi. Private RAYMOND LOWE has completed military police training at the U.S. Army Military Police School at Fort McClellan, Alabama. He s the son of Jack Lowe of Wlxom and Mary Dowd of Florida. Airman 1st Class BRUCE SMELSER has completed the air traffic control radar specialist course at Keesler Air Force Base in Mississippi. The son of Richard Smelser of Wlxom and Virginia Hudson of Oregon, Smelser will served with the 3rd Combat Communications Group at Tinker Air Force Base n Oklahoma. Couple plans wedding Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Chevrie, Fenton, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Jo, to Donald L. Bokshan of Novi. The bridelect is currently attending Central Michigan University and will graduate in the fall of 1984 with a bachelor's degree in special education. Bokshan s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis D. Bokshan, Royal Oak. He graduated from Western Michigan University with a bachelor's of business administration n The couple will be married June 23, 1984, at St Augustine's Catholic Church, Deerfleld Township. Mary Jo Chevrie/Oonald Bokshan Band season gets underway Novi concert band will begin its second season on October 18 with a performance at the Presbyterian Home in Livonia. During its first season the band was featured n 14 events from Brighton to St. Claire Shores. This season performances have already been sctieduled for Twelve Oaks Mall, Livonia Mall and Holy Family Church. A joint performance with the Novi Choralaires as part of Novi's Sesquicentennial Celebration is ajso planned, The band s sponsored by Novi Parks and Recreation Commission and is under the direction of Raymond Galss. Robert Zimmerman is Associate Director. Rehearsals are on Tuesday evenings at Holy Family Church. New members are always welcome. For additional nformation or to schedule a performance by the band, call The Lenaghans are tire fighters PORK Great eating by the booksend for it! oest-ever - This coloilul new cookbook is filled with some spectacular and practical recipes, along with interesting information on diet and nutrition. Today's pork is right in turfie with the new enthusiasm for health, fitness, eating lean and keeping lean...and that makes "Best Ever Pork Recipes" a natural for your kitchen library. For your copy, just send proof of purchase label from any combination of 6 lbs. of fresh Pork with 25c for postage and handling to: BEST EVER PORK REGPES National Pork Producers Council P.O. Box Oes Moines, A Offer expires January 1,1984 (S983 National Pork Producers Council Wednesday. October 19,1983-THE NOV-WALLED LAKE NEWS-3-C Talking back to Norman a computerized caller Well, it finally happened - my worst fear has been realized. A computer called to chat with me the other day. "Hi, 'm Norman," it said n a monotone. "'d like to ask you some questions and you may answer when you hear the beep. Do you own a water softener?" BEEP. told Norman that did not and was about lo explain that am only renting and cannot afford the expense when he rudely interrupted with another question. "Do you have city water or well water?" BEEP. "Look, Norman," said. "Nothing against you personally, but 1 can't talk to machines." hung up the phone and sat there dazed, trying to figure out what had just taken place. Here's what came up with. Some guy was trying to sell me a water softener, but he didn't want to actually take time to speak to me so he got a machine to do t. Maybe he was out playing tennis or trying on hats. That phone call irked me. 1 don't like the idea of somebody, much less something telling me when may speak and for what length of time. f someone wants to talk to me, they dam well better be on the other end of the phone. My dislike for machines goes back quite a way. once almost flunked a welding course at a local junior college because a computer refused to admit t had made a mistake. As a student of English literature, 1 was firmly enmeshed n poetry, short By ' SANDY 2G0DA stories and grammar when first learned 1 was in danger of failing Welding 101. cursed myself. "1 must be an idiot," cried. "How could anybody fail Welding 101?" Then it dawnedon me - wasn't taking Welding located the teacher, who offered to help me catch up on all had missed. When explained that my intention had been to miss everything, that had not even signed up for the class, he said, "Oh, the computer..." thought detected a note of sympathy. Unfortunately, he was obligated to follow the dictates of his printout, incorrect though it was, and that sheet contained my name. " will have to continue to mark you absent each day," he explained, "even though you are not supposed to be here. n the end will have no alternative but to fall you for poor attendance." The problem eventually was solved by a creative administrator who came up with a brilliant solution, could drop the class. attempted to make them see the absurdity of such an action, but no amount of reasoning could dissuade them. Resigned, 1 stood n line and withdrew from a class had never taken. became a welding dropout, and that blemish remains on my academic record to this day. After junior college transferred to a large university. Just as dogs are incited to attack when they sense a person's fear, a computer there must have picked up my scent. ts assault on me took the form of keeping me an underclassman. No matter how many credits earned, my classification was always "sophomore." Well into my senior year, was still a "sophomore" and graduation began to look doubtful. Then something happened. n an unguarded moment, the computer became careless and accidently printed the truth. Suddenly. was invited to participate in commencement. No amount of effort on my part had been able to convince the counselors that had been a senior all along. They chose instead to believe a machine which told them a sophomore had gone lo bed one evening and completed two difficult years of college in her sleep. So much for higher education. 1 grabbed my degree and skedaddled. Now that hard-earned Bachelor of Arts degree didn't actually open doors as 1 had hoped. Three-and-a-half years after hanging it on my wall, had yet to be offered a job which was remotely connected with my education. Employment agencies were sorry. The school's placement office was embarrassed. "Help Wanted" ads cried out for welders. Student to attend two-week institute CHRS OWENS, a Walled Lake Central student, is one of 125 outstanding students from across Michigan who attended a special two-week institute at Northern Michigan University this summer. Students were selected for the State Board of Education Summer nstitute for Arts and Sciences by local high school personnel in con. unction with incts. termediate school distr: JUDTH DBGENNARO of Novi has been named to the dean's list for the spring semester at Henry Ford Community College (HFCC)., A student must attend HFCC fulltlme and maintain a grade point average of at least 3.25 to be named to the list. Fifteen Novi, Walled Lake and Wlxom students received degrees from Lawrence nstitute of Technology (LT) during June 5 commencement exercises at the Michigan State Fair Grounds. LT graduates from Novi were BRAN BLODEAU (business administration), DANE JOHNSON Notes About Folks (bachelor of architecture), TM MARTN (mechanical engineering), KEVN PYANT (mechanical engineering), GEDAS VYSNAUKAS (electrical engineering) and PAUL YOUNG (mathematics). WaUed' Lake residents receiving degrees were ROBERT HEAD (architecture), SALLY HENCKE (business administration), WLLAM MOORE (construction engineering technology), MATTHEW MURPHY (mechanical engineering technology) and RCHARD WORTH JR. (mechanical engineering). Wixom residents earning LT degrees were KEVN BDDSON (architecture), RCHARD BROWNLEE (mechanical engineering), GREGORY McLaughlin named to National Merit finals NOV - Mike McLaughlin, a senior at Ndvi High School, has been designated a seml-flnallst in the 1984 National Merit Scholarship Program. He is one of 15,000 young men and women from across the United States who are being honored this year by the ( National Merit Scholarship Corporatlon. He now has the opportunity to advance in the competition for 5,300 National Merit Scholarships, worth more than $18 million, to be awarded next spring. More than one million students from 18,000 secondary schools entered the National Merit Scholarship competition by taking the PSAT/NMSQT during their junior years. Those who qualified as semi-finalists include the highest scorers in every state and represent the top half of one percent of this year's senior class. The next step in the National Merit Scholarship competition is to become a finalist. Selection of finalists isased on high academic performance in high school, recommendation and endorsement of the high school principal, confirmation of earlier qualifying test scores on a second examination and providing nformation about interests, accomplishments and goals. Fall Color Tours Love the colors of autumn? Visit Green Ridge isiursery] this weekend and tour ttirough over 35 acres of beautiful,' quality shade trees, including brilliant varieties of Maples, Bonfire, Autumn Flame & Red Sunset Enjoy the Fall colors n your own yard, by selecting froml these beautiful trees for planting at your home in the coming weeks. They'll add color, beauty and value toj your property. A 25% deposit wilt reserve your colorful! nvestments. See you this Saturday! FALL S A GREAT TME FOR PLANTNG or Open Monday-Saturday Rushton Rd., South Lyon 3 miles W. of Pontlac Trail, V4 mile N. of 7 Mile Rd. EASTMAN (architecture) and DAVD MESSNER (mechanical engineering). MCHELLE CHARSSE FSHER of Novi was among the 120 candidates for the title of Miss Teen of Michigan at the State Pageant Finals n Mt. Pleasant. A student at Novi High School, Michelle is the daughter of Gary and Nancy Fisher. She was sponsored in the pageant by G.K. Products, nc. PATRCK BUZOLTS of Novi and DAVD SHERWOOD of Walled Lake are among the upperclass students whose scholarships to attend Alma College have been renewed for the academic year. Buzolits, a 1981 Novi High School as Reasons [)isiil)ili(.\ likome? 149 E. Main Northvllle 34S-0671 ()iu' Mil nil' sii\ s it hist. C.HAROLD BLOOMKGENCT Ovei 3fl Years P.«perier.ce 101W. iein crthiille 34«.1262 BoliirL* _\iui sec Vitiir iravl'l al'fil. sec \our indi-pcndcnl Aiiln- Owners.i);eni 1-iir Autii-(liners Travel lnsurani.1.' Tn liner )iiu lor up in S.S.KH in aecideni proleeliiin And pniletl ynur bagiiaiic and pcrsnnal posm'ssiims as ucll lis an easy-lo-applyliir pnlicy, llial enuld make hc foinf easier %j4uto'ou}ners nsurance l.irv. liimc Car. lusiniss. Onr niiini' sats il all..isirn li> hr \ulii-oanrrs Jiihn Dcirrnius Kadlci.Slum. Die U.S. GoninnKm Pnmlni Otlln hu put UpUitr 1 M«MtloforUwGovenifflcnt'i llclulllllht booka. Find out whu Oo»cniii»ni buolu >re ill ibiiul Stud tor jovr tret nulo(. tow Catalog Pmi OrtiiT Hi».17(100 WMhlliKUin, l)c graduate and the son of Frank and Jean Buzolits of Heatherbrook, s receiving a Renewal Scholarship, which is awarded to students showing ntellectual promise and outstanding academic achievement. Sherwood, a 1981 Walled Lake Western graduate and the son of Loran and Maryellen Sherwood of Greenmeadow, is receiving a Trustee Honors Scholarship, which is awarded to students on the basis of superior academic and extracurricular achievement. Both Buzolits and Sherwood are juniors at Alma College. Three local students have received scholarships from Oakland Community College (OCC). Recipients of the OCC High School Scholars Award are TRACY CUNNNGHAM of Novi, KATHLEEN HORTON of Walled Lake and DAVD MENZEL of Novi. The $500 scholarships are awarded to students who have demonstrated academic excellence. - n desperation, 1 turned to a machine a "career computer." told it my values, priorities, skills, interests and education. n exchange t promised to provide me with the name of an occupation for which 1 would be well-suited. Six hours later and $25 lighter, left the terminal with a sorry little piece of paper which contained the word "Clergy." 1 can only assume that the machine selects occupations at random. have yet to see the ad: Wanted Englishmajor/Nun. Must know Chaucer and distrust computers. Welding dropout preferred. So here 1 am, back to the thing 1 love which keeps me poor. 1 talk lo people, listen to their concerns and then 1 write about their problems, our problems. One of the biggest concerns people have today is that the world has moved into the computer age without their consent and nobody is quite sure how that is going lo change their lives. Computers are not going to go away. 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19 4-C-THE NOV-WALLEDLAKE NEWS-Wednesaay. Oclobbf l9, 1983 Senior of the Year involved in varied activities By SANDRA ZGOUA Florence Schultz i.s j seitfiary. singer, diauffeur. gospel troup le:ider. maintenance worker, uinibuurine player, mother and grandinoltier o( eight. When informed that.she had been chosen Walled Lake's Senior Citizen uf the Year, her first reaction was to wonder what she had done to receive the award. Many friends were on hand to honor Schultz and remind her or her achievements when she received the Senior Citizen of the Year Award al Mama Mia's restaurant in Union Lake August 24. Mario Tozzi, president of the Wailed Lake school board, presented her a plaque for outstandinb service to the community. Although 75 years old, Schultz adheres to a schedule that would be rigorous for someone half her age. She is up at 7 o'clock in the morning and then off on one of her errands. Some days she checks on neighbors at her Walled Lake Villa apartment and then goes shopping for those who are unable to get out themselves. Or, she may be headed to Camp Knight of the Pines near Cheboygan, a recreation center for abu.scd and handicapped children. One weekend every year, Schultz is part of a fix-up crew which readies the camp for the youngsters. "We paint and putty the windows, and do whatever needs to be done," she said. Closer lo home, Schultz is secretary 'Life is a wasted thing f you can't fielp those who are less fortunate.' Florence Schultz of adult Sunday.school classes at the Walled Lake United Methodist Church. n addition to her secretarial duties, she personally sees to it thai everyone who wants to attend church activities has transportation... even if it means driving them herself. She plays tambourine in the "Grammas and Grampas Band." a group she helped create in the early 1970s. The popular group performs at nursing homes, schools and local events. "We have approximately 35 members," Schultz reported, "and a lot of them play kazoos." An activity at the top of her list is visiting Novi's Whitehall Nursing Home, which is usually scheduled twice per month. "Sometimes 1 lead the singing for gospel services," she said. "Afterwards, 1 like to spend a few minutes with the patients who couldn't attend the service. "After all," she adds thoughtfully, "life is a wasted thing if you can't help those who are less fortunate." t was this philosophy which prompted Sctiultz to attend a special prayer ineelint; one evening last July. The object was to pray for Walled Lake's 3eardon family, whose young son had drowned tragically over the July -th weekend. The seniors who attended chapel that night, most of whom exist on fixed incomes, sent Schultz away with $150 for the grieving family. She delivered it directly to the funeral home along with a poem which has special meaning for her. The poem, entitled "To All Parents," was written by Edgar A. Guest and begins with the line: "'ll lend you for a little lime a child of Mine." Schultz received a copy of the poem herself when she lost her son in the Vietnam War. Behind her glasses, the brown eyes misted momentarily. There have been other losses - another child and a husband. "The Lord doesn't always give us what we want," she said, "but He gives us all we need." Schultz has a daughter in Wixom and two sons who live in Walled Lake. Her eight grandchildren tease her about her busy schedule. "f you want to see grandma," they say, "you have lo make an Appointment." That's because so may people, young and old, have come to depend on this soft-spoken lady. A teenager al he Methodist church has adopted her as a grandmother. And Jessie King, last year's Senior Citizen of the Year, has adopted her as a sister. A diabetic, Schullz administers her own insulin shots and must monitor her diet carefully. Diet is something she knows a lol about as she served three years as kitchen manager at Walled Lake Western High School before retiring in Friends congratulate Florence Sciiultz Since that time she has been an active member n the West Lake Senior Citizen's Group. t was this club which nominated her for the award, based on a letter of recommendation from Naomi Smith, secretary of the board of directors. After listing many of Schultz's achievements, Smith's letter concludes with the sentence: "She is loved by all who know her." t's not difficult to see why. Parks and Recreation prepares pre-school party Preschoolers are invited to a Halloween Party sponsored by Novi Parks and Recreation October 31 at 3:30 p.m. at Middle School South. The $1 cost covers games, candy, refreshments, and prizes. Other Halloween activities include the Design-a-Pumpkin contest to be held on October 22. The pumpkin must be purchased from Foote Gravely Tractor, nc., located on Grand River between Taft and Beck roads. Local celebreties will be present lo judge the contest beginning al l p.m. All proceeds will be donated lo the Parks and Recreation Department. For Seniors there will be a Halloween dance and social with a special trip through the Jaycee Haunted House on Friday, October 28 from 7-9 p.m.at the Novi Community Building. Also coming up will be the senior citizen Holiday Craft Bazaar Saturday, November 5 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. For more intormalion call NOV LBRARY: A new story hour will start November 2 for youngsters three- N o v i year-old and up who are nol yet in kindergarten. The program is at 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. wilh Children's Librarian Jane Brown. The library is also planing a Halloween program on Saturday, October 29 when children may bring n their decorated pumpkins lo be judged. There also will be a McGruff safely program. There is also a shelf full of Halloween books, including several on making costumes, in the Children's section of the library. The library has ongoing displays and services including one on "Firewood Facts" which includes a display of information regarding the amount of heal available, aromas, the number of pounds in a cord and other facts. There A \ Celebration Of Life We want our funerals to be a celebration of our lives a lime to reflect on all the good times. Tfiat's why we've taken care of our arrangements now. We were able to have all our questions answered by the funeral director We were able to record our wishes and he even let us prefinance our funerals. Wrilcor call (or further information Cnnn/j Since '.910 Ross B. Northrop &Son FUNERAL DRECTORS r/julmvii 11 i.if) i.'';t t One call does it all... To sell "anything or everything " quickly, easily and at a cost as low as 10 words for M.50 Phonethe classified department today. Sales are often made the same day the ad is run. Everybody reads the classifieds let it sell for you! Phone today, sell tomorrow. 1 r S Sllger/LMngston PublhMtlon*, nc, WALLED LAKE NOV NORTHVLLE SOUTH LYON MLFORD H i g h l i g h t s By Jeanne Clarke is a display of books on gift making and in the showcases is a display of many colored Depression glass from the collections of Ken and Norma Gadwin and Paul and Joan Porter. f adults or children have a collection or hobby that could be displayed that they would like to share, contact Jane Brown at to make arrangements. Anyone wishing to donate books to the annual used book sale can do so by calling the library. The sale is set for October 20,21 and 22. There are many special bibliography dealing with several subjects offered. Additionally a new book is on Anorexia Nervosa and associated disorders. Many resources are available at the library on this subject. PERSONALS: P.F.C. and Mrs. Richard Starnes have been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starnes and other relatives in the Novi area for a week furlough before returning to Fort Stewart, Georgia. Mrs. Hildred Hunt entertained several friends al lunch last Tuesday, including former Novi resident Mrs. Florence Wyat, who is now 93 years old, Mrs. Betty Priest, Mrs. Dolile Alegnanl and Mrs. Laura Grigsby. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Steinberger celebrated the second birthday party for their grandson Jimmy Steinberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steinberger of Milford by going to Chuckle Cheese. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Daniel White and their son from Hudson, Michigan. The Steinbergers also entertained Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rheachmack of Yaphank, N.Y., a World War friend Mr. Stelnbergcr's and his wife. They last saw one another 30 years ago, but have corresponded throughout those years. Scott Needham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Needham, former residents of Novi, was elected Homecoming King at the school he now attends in Tekonsha, Michigan. NOV GOLF DUFFERS: This 40 man league of golfers in the Novi and surrounding area has completed its 30 years in existence under the direction of Bill MacDermaid. The group plays at El Dorado each Thursay and had their golf outing at Eagle Creek Golf Course with Sam Fage becoming the League Champion this year. He defeated the other flight winners who were in the Red Flight - George Smith, Blue Flight - Bob Williams, Black Flight - Tim Discover Tracey and Orange Flight - Ken Haney. They will resume playing the first Thursday in May. COMMUNTY EDUCATON: The advisory board met last week under the leardership of Chairperson Diane Miller. There were three new members: Patty Koneda, Bill Charles and Beth Schollenbarger. Discussion was held regarding the development of a Latchkey program, also a Safety Town program. The Community Education program along with Parks and Recreation and the Novi Library are sponsoring a free program called "A Ticket to Your Future." t will be a demonstration of the resources available through the Michigan Occupational nformation System, using this tool from the Michigan Department of Education. Those interested in finding out what career would suit their personality, skills and educational background are invited to attend October 26 at 2 p.m. To register call the Novi Library or Community Education at Additional beginning computer programming classes have been scheduled starting October 18, which will be for eighth graders only. On October 20, two classes called Video Games and, for seventh and eighth graders will start. Other computer classes for youngsters include Video Games on October 21 for first and second graders and Video Games for third and fourth graders beginning in November. Call for information. NTERACT: New officers for the coming year include President Lisa Cahlhoun, Vice President Shannon Gannon, Secretary Karen Hsu, and Tresaurer Marie Vickers. nteract s sponsored by Novi Rotary. t is an nternational organization and Novi's group is unique in that it is the only one in Michigan. The group's sponsor is Mrs. Janey Baird and the group will be meeting with her to discuss several fund raisers. They plan to hold their meetings prior to the school day and will be looking at selling stationary items in the near future. They are supporting a Mexican child through the Christian Chlldrens Fund. nteract s a service group whose purpose is to provide service to the community and to develop leadership skills. NOV TRACKERS: This running club continues lo look for new mebers, either those who are casual runners, or competitive. Applications can be picked up al the Novi Parks and Recreation department or call Bill Scott at for information. Membership dues are $8 per year with special rates for family members. The benefits allow members discounts to certain races, discounts at Your world We know what's going on around town and what's conning up Whether you want to find out what happened al last mghi s cd.umii meeting who's beating who on he local athletic scene or whal.ucm reskjenis dre doing, we have what y(ju're looking for To fin,) out more about the world you're living m, read your loi,ii n('w',[kj()(v Sutjsrribe by calling our circulation department The Novi-Walled Lake News / local stores, club T-shirts, participation in weekly club runs at the high schoolat 6 p.m. every Wednesday, quarterly clinics, social gatherings and comraderies with fellow running enthusiasts. Several member of the group have participated in running events including the 1983 Detroit Free Press nternational Marathon. Those who ran were Loren Bandt, Mike Everett, Jim Farhner, Jim Bainbridge, Lee Karvola, Roger Armstrong, Bob Trinka, Chuck Slremmel, Larry Molloy, Bill Aherns, and Arlen Schroder. The Novi Trackers also were in competition with the Redford Road runners with Loen Bandt taking top honors. Other winners nclude Bill Acord, Dave Norman, Bill Scott, Jim Miller, Stan Ducker and Jean Willford. Other runs ncluded the Discover Northville run where five members received awards and also at the West Bloomfleld, Marshbank Park where Bill Scott won an award.' CHURCH DRECTORY For information regarding rates for church listings call The Northville Record , Walled Lake/News FRST PRESBYTERAN CHURCH 200E. lvtainsl.,morthvllle Wor8hip-9:30& 11:00 a.m. Church School-9:30 a.m. Or. Lawrence Chamberlnin-Pastor Jotin llshler-assoolate Pastor SPRT OF CHRST LUTHERAN CHURCH OF NOV Ten Mile between Meadowbrook & Haggerty Worship, 10:00 a.m. with Nursery Coffee & Fellowship, 11:00 a.m. S'udy Hour (All Ages), 11:30 a.m.; &'iui h Office Pastor Thumas A. Scherger OUR LADV OK VCTORY CATHOLC CHURCH 770 Thayer, Northvllle WEEKEND LTURGES Saturday, 5:00 & 6:30 p.m. Sunday, 8,9:30,11 a.m. & 12:30 p.m. Church , Schoc! Religious Education 'JS9 ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN High 8. Elm Streets, Northville C. Boerger, Pastor K. Cobb, Assist. Pastor Church & School Sunday Worship, 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. Saturday Vespers: 6:00 P.M. HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH 12 Mile East of Haggerty Farmington Hills Sunday School 9:15 Sunday Worship, 10:30 a.m. V.H. Mesenbring, Pastor. Phone: FRST UNTED METHODST CHURCH OF NORTHVLLE 8 Mile & Taft Roads Rev. Eric Hammer, Minister Worship Services & Church School, 9:30 a.m. ST. ANNE'S EPSCOPAL CHURCH 430 E. Nicholet Walled Lake Phone: Church Service, 10:00 a.m. Church School, 9:00 a.m. Rev. Leslie Harding NOV UNTED METHODST CHURCH W. Ten Mile-Meadowbrook (24 hrs.) 9:45 a.m. Worship & Church School 11:00 a.m. Worshipfii Junior Church (air conditioned) Richard O. Griffith. Kearney Kirkby, Pastors ORCHARD HLLS BAPTST CHURCH 234SS Novi Rd. (between 9-10 Mile) Bible Study For All Ages 9:45 a.m. Worship Services at 11 a.m. & 6p.m. Wed., Md-Week Prayer Serv., 7 p.m. Gary W. Schwitz, Pastor CHURCH HOLY CROSS EPSCOPAL 10 Mile between Taft & BecK. tovl Phone Service, 8:00 a.m. & 10:00 a.m. Worship and School The Rev. Leslie F. Harding GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN CHURCH Wisconsin Ev. Lutheran Synod Worship Service 10:00 a.m. Sunday School & Bible Class 11:1S a.m. JNOV Community Center, Novi Rd. lust S. of 1-96 Future site 9 Mile & Meadowbrook Gene E Jahnke, Pastor WALLED LAKE FRST BAPTST CHURCH 309 Market St Wendell L. Baglow, Pastor Sunday. 9:45 Study. 11:00a.m. Worship 7:00 p.m. Service Wed., Family Night vleal 6 p.m., Activity 6:.10 p.m. ST. JOHN AMERCAN LUTHERAN CHURCH Gill Rd., Farmington Pastors Charles Fox & Marlt Radlolf Church, Rectory, Sunday Worship, 8:30a.m. & 11 a.m. FRST APOSTOLC LUTHERN CHURCH Halstead Rd. al 11 fvllle Farmington Hills, Vllchigan Services: 11:00a.m. Every Sun. 7:00 p.m. isi & 3rd Sun. of each month Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Bible Class 7:45 p.m. Tues. Song Services 7:00 p.m. last Sun. of month FRST CHURCH OF CHRST SCENTST 1100 W.Ann Arbor Trail Plymouth, Michigan Sunday Worship, 10:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Meeting, 8:00 p.m. CHRSTAN COMMUNTY CHURCH (Assemblies of God) Six Mile Rd., Northvllle Rev. Larry Frick Sunday School, 10:00 a.m.,sun. Worship, 11 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. Wed. "Body Life" Serv.,7:00p.m. Christian Comm. Preschool & K-7 BUSHNELL CONGREGATONAL CHURCH l\/leets at Mill Race Historical Village, Griswold near Main, Northville Morning Worship, 9:30 a.m. Church School, 9:30 a.m. Dr.. Robin R. Meyers, Pa8tor Coffee & Fellowship following service FRST BAPTST CHURCH, NOV Mile at Taft Rd. Home ol Novi Christian School (K-12) Sun. School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11:00 a.m. A 6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wed., 7:30 p.m. Richard Burgess, Pastor FATH COMMUNTY UNTED PRESBYTERAN CHURCH W. 10 Mile, Novi '/i mile west of Novi Rd. Worsiiip& Church School, 10:00 a.m. 1 P.O. Box Richard J. Henderson, Pastor FRST BAPTST CHURCH OF NORTHVLLE 217N.Wng Dr. James H. Luther, Pastor Sunday Worship, 11 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. Wed., 7:30 AWANA, 7:30 Prayer Service Sunday School 9:45 a.m. OAKUNO BAPTST CHURCH Beck Road, Novi South of Ten Mile MKe Boys - Pastor Teacher Sunday School, 10:00 a.nj. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m Evening Service, 6:30 p.m FRST BAPTST CHURCH OF WXOM A WXOM CHRSTAN SCHOOL (K-9) Wixom &W. Maple Rds. Family Bible School, 9:45 a.m Family Worship, 10:45 a.m. & 6:30 p m Family Night Program (Wed.), 6:55 o m Robert V. Warren. Pastor (Awana&Pro-Teens) 624-S434 t 9 11 r Thirteen Western High School vocalists recently won regional competlon placing them n a special Michigan State Vocalist Association honors choir. The group will compete again in December for the privilege of singing in an all-state honors choir at the Midwest Music Conference in Ann Arbor in January. Western Choral Director Gary Weidenaar (seated) said the Chosen few students competed with those from 35 other high schools for a place in the 200-member honors choir. Those selected include Sarina Johnson, Beth Cotter, Dianna Godfrey, Steve Webb, Matt Turner. Jolene Qieske. Kathy Boita, Karole Balmes and Greg Paulus. in bacic, Jim Mitton, Andrew Burnett, Brad O'Dwyer and Adam Wurst. (News photo by Steve Fecht) Methodists' slate apple cider festival The Commerce United Metliodist Church, 1151 West Commerce Road, Union Lake, will hold a fall cider festival Sunday, October 23, from noon to 3 p.m. The public is invited to enjoy the season's best cider and apples, as well as doughnuts and pumpkins. All proceeds from the festival will be used to puchase food baskets for the needy at Thanksgiving. For more information, or to order cider or apples, call John Schumacher at HAUNTED HOUSE: The WaUed Lake Jaycees' haunted house will open tomorrow, October 20. The house is located on Pontiac Trail across from the Waterview Apartments. The haunted house tour was constructed to accomodate the handicapped Proceeds from the haunted tiouse wilt go toward the Jaycees' Christmas food baskets for the needy. WALLED LAKE LBRARY: The Walled Lake Library will begin mothertoddler story hours Tuesday, October 24. Each Tuesday session will begin at 10:15 a.m. The 30-minute session will include stories, crafts and finger plays. To register or for more information, call the library at WXOM VOTERS: Wixom residents are encouraged to attend a "Meet the Candidates" night for the upcoming Wbcom city election. The meeting, sponsored by the League of Women Voters of West Oakland County, will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday, October 27, at Wbcom City Hall. Attendance is free. For more information call Community Notes BUSNESS SEMNAR: The Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce will present a business seminar on stress management at 4 p.m. today, October 19, at the Richardson Community Center, 1485 Oakley Park Road. Cost is $3.50 for Chamber members and guests and $5 for non-members. James Schmidt of Oaldand University is the speaker. TWN BEACH PTA:Dea(Uine for entering the first annual Twin Beach PTA Christmas Craft Bazaar is November 1. The fee is )10 per seven- ' foot table. The Bazaar is scheduled for Saturday, December 3. For more information call Bev Henderson at , or Bev Earl DECKER PTO: The Decker Elementary PTO will sponsor its sbcth annual Holiday Bazaar December 3. Crafters interested in renting space should contact Lynda McEvoy at or Carol Logan at Tables and space will be rented on a first come first served basis. LAS VEGAS NGHT: The knights of Columbus, Lady of the Lakes Council 4064, will sponsor a Las Vegas Night from 7:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, October 29, at St. WUliams Church HaU, Family Dental Care You Can Really Sink Your Teeth nto! NOV FAMLY DENTAL CENTER Novi Rd. jsj&ss? ASSOCATES DRY CLEANNG SPECALS! 30% OFF Drapes Blankets Bedspreads 7a.m.-11 a.m. Bulk Dry Cleaning 8 Lb.Load Sav»$l.SO AlldayTueBday Novi Road Coin Laundry 1067 Novi Rd. Northville A.M.-0P.M. 7DAYS 135 O'Flaherty, WaUed Lake. Admission, which includes four gambling chips and a ticket for a $100 door prize, is $3. n addition to cash prizes, there wul be beer, wine and food avauable. FREE MMUNZATON: The Oakland County Health Division wul offer a free immunization clinic for Walled Lake and Uie surrounding area from 9:30 a.m. to noon, November 1, at Wbcom Elementary School, 301 North Wlxom Road. irmnunlzations for measles, German measles, mumps, polio, diphuieria, tetanus and whooping cough are avauable. A parent or guardian must accompany chudren under 18 years of age. Please bring records o( any previous immunizations. The clinic wul be held at Uie same time and place Uie first Tuesday of each monui,' wiui Uie next clinic scheduled December 6. For more information, call or HSTORCAL SOCETY: Dr. Karl R. Hosford of Uie state Department of Natural Resources wul be Uie featured speaker at Uie Commerce Township Area Historical Society's Thursday, October 27, meeting at Stonecrest, Pontiac TraU, Walled Lake. Dr. Hosford's topic for the 8 p.m. meeting wul be "The Church invites lawyer for religious causes Earl Little of the Chrisitan Law Association wul be speaking at the First Baptist Church of Novi Sunday, October 23 at boui Uie 9:45 a.m. and Sunday school hour and the 11 a.m. worship service. LitUe has been associated wiui Uie Christian Law Association since it was incorporated in CLA is associated with Gibbs and Craze Law Firm of Cleveland, Ohio. n the summer of 1983 Dr. LitUe resigned as pastor of MUler Road Baptist Church, Garland, Texas where he served for nearly 10 years in order to become president of CLA. The Christian Law Association provides a staff of lawyers to defend, through constitutional litigation, various Bible-believing church ans Christian individuals whose First Amendment guarantee of freedom of religion is Uireatened. CLA is a ministry to churches nationwide and offers free services. CTY OF WXOM EARLLinLE NOTCE OF PUBLC HEARNG The Wixom City Council will hold a Public l-iearing on Tuesday, October 25, 1983 at 8:00 P.M. at the Wixom City Hall; 4905 Pontiac Trail; Wixom, Vichigan This Hearing is for Rezoning Request no. 214-Z. The property is located at BecK Road, between 1-96 Freeway and West Road, on the west side of the road. t has a frontage of 261 feet on Beck Road, and a depth of 1, feet. The property is owned by Henry Mayster, Tax Parcel no Rezoning s repuested from RA-1 Single Family Residential to M-1 Light ndustrial. This is a acre parcel. (Publish & ) History of Conservation in Michigan." The program is free and au interested persons are invited to attend. WXOM LBRARY: The two-week fine-free period ends Uiis Saturday, October 22. All overdue matertals, regardless of how long overdue, may be returned wiuiout penalty Uirough October 22. Patrons are asked not to place audiovisual materials ki Uie box, but instead to bring them dlrecuy into Uie library. The fum "Time Machine" will be shown at 8 p.m. tonight (October 19) as part of a fum series for young adults. OUier fums in Uie Wednesday night sertes include "The Gold Bug" on October 26, "The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" on November 2, "My MoUier Was Never a Kid" on November 9 and "Electric Grandmother' ' on November 16. THEATER TRP: The Wolverine Lake Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring a trip to Uie Birmingham Theater on Friday, November 18, to see "Shot Thru Uie Heart," a musical comedy for mature audiences. The bus wul leave Uie parking lot at vulage hall at 6:30 p.m. The play begins at 8 p.m. Tickets are $9, including transportation. Call Reta Klavitter as soon as possible at or for reservations or more information. ART COMPETTON: Area artists are invited to participate in Oakland Community College's Purchase Prize Art CompeUtion. Entries must be submitted by Thursday, November 3, at Uie Orchard Ridge Campus Art Department. June Buck, CityCierK City of Wixom Wednesday. October THE NOV-WAUEDtKENEWS-i-C Kalota touring with 'Opry' cast ElizabeUi Kalota of Novi is one of Uiree Detroit-area performers touring the nation with "The Nashville Music Express," a musical production being performed in 22 states this fall. She is Uie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kalota of Brookland Farms and has been cast with William Akey of Livonia and Robert Lambert of Romulus as singers and dancers for the national tour. "The Nashville Music Express" is a show presented by Opryland, Uie showpark n NashvUle, and Columbia Artists Festivals Corporation of New York and Hollywood. A 1973 honor graduate of NorUiville High School where, her mouier recalled, she performed in every show during her high school career, Liz Kalota joined Uie Opryland company in AprU, 1978, in Uie production "Broadway 78" after successfully auditioning at graduation. She received a bachelor of science degree majoring in arts and drama at Eastern Michgan University in December, She went from her favorite high school role of Lies in "Sound of Music" to campus productions and professional appearances with the Greenfield Village Players in While still a senior at EMU, she played Uie feminine lead in "Three Men on a Horse" in Greenfield Village dinner theater. "The Nashville Music Express" is a 90-minute extravaganza that demonstrates how a century of music is woven into Uie fabric of American life. t is termed a musical sampler Uiat highlights many forms of music - everyuiing from pop, Broadway and Dixieland to gospel, bluegrass and country. The production features 14 singers and dancers and a nine-piece orchestra. The Michigan trio is among 425 singers, dancers, musicians, technicians and stage managers who worked during Opryland's 1983 season. The cast of "The NashvUle Music Express" was chosen from Opryland's 1983 performers. The tour has slated performances in 52 cities in 22 states, transported by Greyhound Lines Charter Services. Students awarded CFS scholarships WALLED LAKE - The Central Scholarship Fund recenuy awarded scholarships totaling $1,250. Andrea Meenahan and Caryn Lamb, boui 1983 graduates of Central High School, each recieved checks for $375 from Uie Chris Lampe Memorial Fund. Lisa RoseUe, a 1983 Western High School graduate, was awarded a $500 scholarship from Uie Bemie Stafford Memorial Fund. Meenahan, Uie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Meenahan, Union Lake, is attending Albion CoUege. Lamb, Uie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lamb, of West Bloomfleld, attends Schoolcraft College. Roselle, Uie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roselle, Walled Lake, entered Michigan State University Uiis fau. She is studying computer science. Central Scholarship Funds, nc., is a Treatment Of: new, non-profit corporation established to administer scholarships from a variety of sources. The organization is not affuiated in any way wiui Uie Wall ed Lake Schools Board of Education. Persons interested in joining Central Scholarship Funds may contact CSF President Diane Stafford at , or Secretary Pat Lampe, 360)427. The membership fee is $5. Gifts to Uie existing scholarships administered by Uie corporation are welcomed, and information on Uie establishment of new scholarships also is avauable. CSF is registered as a charitable trust wlui the state and has applied for a license to solicit funds. Members also have applied for, but not yet received, nternal Revenue Service special tax status which would make gifts to CSF tax deductible to the donar. Maybe We're Nol Magicians....\y.\\Wi-do li;ivi' sdilh' nilly liitic iril'ks till JlCllmi! LOU'S spilk''lj UjV 112 E.MAN NORTHViLLE Oakland Psychological Clinic, P.C. 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20 thc-the NOV-WALLED LAKE NEWS-Weanebddy. Oclober Powell returns to stage, opens Town Hall series By MCHELE McELMURRY. \(tt'r jlrmisl a decade uwa\' (rom itie public eye, actress Jane 'owell has returned to the stage to reveal he woman hehiiid -(he girl next door" - an image which prevailed throushoul her career at Metro Uoldwyn.Mayer sludios. Opening Northviile Town Hall's 23rd season last Wednesday. Powell spoke candidly about her four marriages, her return to the stage after losing her singing voice and her early life as one of Hollywood's child stars. n only her third speaking engagement since returning to the lecture circuit, Powell told her story through words and music - delighting the capacity crowd at Plymouth Hilton nn with songs from some of MGM's beslknown musicals. At 54. Powell has spent 40 years entertaining audiences through her films, stage appearances and lectures. Originally from Portland, Oregon, she began her career with MGM al the age of 14, starring in her first movie role with W.C. Fields. She told her audience that though she was an only child, she acquired many surrogate siblings upon her arrival in Hollywood. "1 used to.spend Sundays al Roddy McDowell's house," she "says of her lifelong friend. She notes her constant companions during her early years in Hollywood were other child stars such as Elizabeth Taylor, Ann Bythe and Ricardo Montalban. "1 never felt that belonged there (Hollywood)," Powell says of her childhood in Hollywood. "We all felt like outcasts." However! she points out that the friendships that developed during those early years have remained constant. "When 1 was younger, oh, tiow wanted to be like Elizabeth Taylor." she confides. "Elizabeth was bridesmaid at my first wedding," she notes, "and was a bridesmaid at her first wedding. "'m glad we stopped that bridesmaid stuff or it would have become a full-time job." With her slight five-fool, one-inch frame, fair complexion and soprano voice, Powell says she was typecast as "the girl next door" from the time she arrived at MGM until she left at the age of 25. She notes thai he "all-american girl" image nol only prevailed in the movies - bul offscreen as well. "1 always wanted to be liked," she says."... by everybody." Reminiscing about Hollywood's "golden days," Powell told her audience of he lime Clark Gable introduced himself during lunch in he MGM commissary. " just sat there with my mouth open." she reflects, "'d forgotten his name." Powell also spoke favorably of studio ticiul LOUS B..Mayer ill- was very fatherly to me. ' she say.s lk- was not the ogre everybody (iiaill-hiiiioultobe ".M 21. Powell married Sonja Heme's skating partner. Gary Steffen. The niarriuge didn't last and Powell eventually remarried - three limes. Tm not proud of my four marriages," Powell told (he audience. "n fad. 'm embarrassed about il. However. 1 get along well with all of my e.\-s." She notes that when she married Stef- At 2.'), after (our years of marriage and the birth of two of her three children, Powell k-fi Metro Goidwyn Mayer "Leaving the studio was one of the hardest times in iny life," Powell relates. "t was hard not being wanted." Typecast in musicals (or more than a decade, she says she realized the studio only wanted her "to sing, not walk and talk." Though a movie veteran al 25 - h.jving starred in 20 musicals for MGM - Powell never had worked on the stage. After years away from the movie Powell is singing once again 'Elizabeth (Taylor) was bridesmaid at my first wedding and was a bridesmaid at her first wedding. 'm glad we stopped that bridesmaid stuff or it would have become a fulltime job.' fen. her parents divorced. She says that while she and her mother had been very close during her childhood, her first marriage seemed to bring an end to their friendship. " think my mother is jealous of me," she lold the audience al the luncheon following her talk. Noting that her mother had in many ways been her best friend, she says the strain on their relationship for the past 30 years has been one of her most difficult dilemmas. Jane Powell business, Powell made her New York slage debut in "rene," and has starred in several stage productions such as "South Pacific," " Do, Do" and "The Sound of Music" since that time. Powell relates that a few years ago while on tour, she began to lose her singing voice. " thought my God-given gift would last forever," she notes, "and suddenly couldn't hit the high notes. "At that point stopped singing and found a few parts in straight plays." Powell says that in addition to her (<iur failed marriages and loss of her singing voice, she also has had to deal with he trauma of her son's drug problem. Speaking candidly about her only son. she describes him as "a very angry young man" who began using drugs at Now 32 and apparantly doing better, Powell told her audience of the years she spent trying to help him with his problem - seeking out counseling and guidance. However, "there was nowhere to take him at that time," she says. Powell emphasizes that her son's drug problem was "not a family problem." She says her two daughters never were impacted and are leading successful lives. Powell explains that the one-hour show presented to Town Hall goers originated a year and a half ago when she decided she wanted to write her own material. "A year ago last March 1 started keeping a diary," she says. " kept it for four months." She notes that much of the material for her show was written from the diary. She also notes that she met a director at about the same time and the two of them started putting a show together. She also found another voice teacher and has regained much of the singing voice which made her an MGM star. Powell told the Town Hall audience that in addition to her comeback on the lecture circuit, she also is enjoying time spent with friends and family. " never really had time for relationships before," Powell admits. " was always working too hard." Though currently single, Powell says she has had a relationship with fellow child star Dickie Moore for the past three years. She notes that she met Moore for the first time three years ago through mutual friend Roddy McDowell who had suggested they all get together to help Moore wilh the book he is writing about former Hollywood child stars. Powell notes that Moore's book is expected to be published sometime next year. t is tentatively titled, "The Kids on the Block," and focuses on stars such as Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Elizabeth Taylor, Roddy McDowell and Jane Powell. The next Town Hall celebrity guest will be Judith Keith, author of " Haven't A Thing to Wear," president of a publishing firm, former public relations consultant, newspaper editor and actress. Keith's appearance will be November 10, followed by violinist Herbert Baumel March 8,1984. Town Hall ticket holders should note that astronaut James Lovell's appearance has been rescheduled for Tuesday, April 10,1984. Jane Powell answers questions Vkes bow to Hawks ByDCDOUMANAN n losing its first game of the season Saturday, falling 31-0 to Farmington Harrison, Uie Walled Lake Central football team became just another number. The victory ncreased Harrison's win streak to 29 straight games. "The team was embarrassed more than anything," said Central Coach John VanSlcklen about Uie team's reaction to the loss. "Turnovers obviously did it. Things weren't clicking for us." Ah, turnovers. The VUtings turned the ball over five times four were interceptions - including starting quarterback Tom Menard's first interception of the season. Harrison opened the scoring with 1 :S5 left in the first quarter on a 34-yard run by junior sensation John MUier. The extra point was good. The touchdown was set up by an interception. The Hawks increased Uieir lead to 10-0 on a 32-yard field goal wiui 1:09 left in Uie half. Menard then completed Uiree nice passes to put Uie Vikings on Harrison's 5-yard line with only five seconds remaining in Uie half. The Vikings opted to go for seven points instead of Uiree. Menard roued out to the right but couldn't find a receiver. He was brought down short of the goal line. "t was just a judgement call," stated VanSlcklen on Uie decision to go for a touchdown. " Uiought we got down there, so if we can put one n the score would be 10-7." On Central's first possession of Uie second half, Menard lost a fumble. MUler scored for Harrison three plays later on a 27-yard run. The Vikings came back, driving down to Harrison's 9-yard line. On a Uilrd down and goal from the nine, Menard Uirew his second interception. Harrison scored Uiree plays later on an 81-yard pass play. MUler closed out the scoring, intercepting a pass in Uie fourth quarter and returning it 55 yards for a TD, giving Harrison ts 31-0 victory. "t was fairly close n Uie first half," said VanSlcklen. "We were really in a hole in the first half and didn't get Uie offense clicking. We were playing an awfully good team." Menard finished Uie day completing six of 15 passes for 135 yards and Uiree interceptions. The Vikings' ground game was held to 81 yards rushing. Harrison rushed for 122 yards and passed for another 129 on five for 12 passing. The Hawks did not commit a turnover. Things don't get any easier for Central, as they take on undefeated Plymouth Salem Friday night. The game wul be homecoming for Central. The Vikings' expressions tell the story of their game against Farmington Harrison. Jeff Henry was upset after he stumbled on a kickoff return and he's called down at the two. Quarterback Tom Menard is just plain dejected. "We're not going to change anyuilng," said VanSlcklen. "t's a mental thing now. We have to get Uie kids fired up, get Uie kids' heads up." Novi singles netters take honors By B. J.MARTN "Our bus driver said she had a funny feeling Lisa and Lisa would go all the way," said beaming Novi tennis coach Donna Poiinsky. Someone sign that lady up she picked'em on the nose. Novi's pair of Lisas Poiinsky and Palka did their home school proud by taking top honors in second and third singles at the MHSAA Class B regional tournament last weekend, biit-neither will be able to continue post-season play at the state level. The pair of Novi netters are Uie first to ever take firsts at regionals, but onlv the top two teams from last Friday's regional will go on to Uie state playoffs. Novi placed fourth, behind Livonia Lady wood (20 points), host team Monroe St. Mary's Academy (19) and Grosse He (15 points). The WUdcats notched 14 points. Palka's third singles victory wasn't too much of a surprise the senior had been seeded first in the tournament, and registered straight set wins all the way to the final, finally topping nkster Cherry HUl's Tracy HUl W, m. Her toughest match came in the semifinals against St. Mary's Vicki Dietrich, 6-2,7-5. "That was the best she'd ever played," said coach Poiinsky. "t was really thrilling watching her." But the tournament's biggest surprise came from Donna Polinsky's daughter, Lisa, hi second singles. Lisa was completely unseeded going into the tournament and knocked out the fifui and first-seeded players n her first two rounds. n a dramatic final, she topped Tamml Daito of Grosse He, 6-3,0-6,6-4. Lisa's quarterfinal win over firstseed Suzie Bare of St. Mary's in Friday's foul weather had to be the upset of the day. After losing Uie first set 4-6; she rallied to take the second set 7-5, Uien she posted a 6-3 third-set victory to make the semifinals. n Uie semis, Uie WUdcat senior breezed pass fourth seed Joan Russell of Cherry Hill, 6-4,6-2. "She played way beyond her best ever," said her proud mom. "She was just determined to win, and used fine strokes and good strategy." Both girls earned gold medals at Uie tournament for their efforts. The only ouier Novi players to make Uie semifinals were Dana Reynolds in first singles and Lori Zimmerman in fourui singles. Zimmerman lost a close match to the tournament's first seed in fourui singles, Karen CoUareno of Ladywood, 4-6,7-5,4-t). "That was awful hard to take," coach Poiinsky remarked. "Lori played terrific tennis." Continued ons Wednesday, October 19,1983 r TWO FREE GRmES Any Open Bowline Time ' Good Mon.-Fri. thru Nov. 9 a.m.-1 30,1983" a.m. 1 coupon per person, per visit Cannot M used with any other coupon Lady Warriors win Novi five slip Western football wildcats fumble 'T' JL News photos Oy STEVE FECHT GPmES i FOR»2 An; )wllngtime.-fri. 9 a.m.-1a.m. Qood thru Nov. 30, coupon per person, per visit Cannot be used with any other coupon OURNEW MANAGEMENT WELCOMES YOU WTH THESE SPECALS novi bowl Novi Rd. - Novi (S. of 9 iviile) Halloween tricks brewed up throughout the area Jaycees 's haunted houses promise frightening sights "Ghoulies and ghosties and longleggety beaslies and things that go bump in the night" are ready and wailing in area haunted houses for their unsuspecting Halloween visitors. Sponsored by local Jaycees, the proceeds from these houses will support the community events and charities of the Jaycees. Here's a listing of the nearby houses: Union Lake: mproved and scarier than ever, the annual Union Lake Jaycees Haunted House is set to open Friday, Oclober 21. "The Haunted House is all different from previous years. A lot more work!has gone into this than ever before," said Paige Bouchard, wife of Jaycees president Mike Bouchard. Located at 900 Round Lake Road, the Haunted House will be open from 7 p.m. until 11 p.m. Sundays through Thurs- [day. On Fridays and Saturdays, lours kvill run from 7 p.m. until midnight. Children of all ages can participate in fthe spooky doings. ( The Haunted House is one of the Jaycees major fundraising events, along wilh the annual Paul Bunyan Days. Last year the Haunted House [raised $7,000 for the Jaycees, Bouchard said.. Admission lo the Haunted House is $2 and lours last about 15 minutes. will.close on Saturday, Oclober 30, since ''trick or treating is scheduled for Sunday, Oclober 31. For more information about the Haunted House, call Walled Lake: The Walled Lake Jaycees have put forth a special effort conatructing the Pontiac Trail haunted house, which is scheduled to open Thursday, October 20. Tips to make Halloween a safe holiday "t's been a real big undertaking," said Terry Heller. The house, which is located across from the Watersview Apartments on Pontiac Trail, will contain three haunted rooms. But visitors' scary lour won't end there. From the main house, patrons will be led out-of-doors lo the haunted forest. After winding through the forest, more borrow will still lie ahead inside a haunted outer building, which concludes the visit. The Walled Lake house has been constructed "barrier-free" to accomodate the handicapped, Heller noted. Proceeds from the haunted house project will go toward food baskets for needy families al Christmas. More nformation on the Walled Lake's haunted house is available by calling Dave Messer at , or Rick Sovel at Novi: The Novi Jaycees haunted house is "guaranteed lo scare the yell oul of you," said President Sonny Martin. "You'll never know where you're going and if you turn the wrong way you'll be at a dead end. f you open the wrong door, you'll be in a closet." Located al Novi Road and 1-96 across from the Big Boy Restaurant, the Novi haunted house opens Thursday, Oclober 20, al7p.m. Martin said the house will remain open as long as there are people wailing loget n. Cost is $2 for adults, $1.50 for children and $1 each for people n a group of 12 or more who give advanced notice. The house, which will be open every evening through Oclober 31, will be manned by about ghosts and ghouls, Martin said. For more information or group notice, call Martin at or Terry Mercer al Before young witches, ghosts and goblins take to the streets for Halloween trick or treating, parents should consider taking some precautions to help ensure the holiday is a safe one. When planning costumes, lightcolored or reflective clothing is best, bul reflectorized tape attached to costumes and goody bags will also increase visibility by motorists. Equipping chudren with flashlights, especially in rural areas, will help them both see andbeseen. "We like to see thiem wilh a parent," Walled Lake Police Sergeant Micky Knapp said. ChUdren should avoid walking on streets in the city without sidewalks, he added. Pontiac TraU should be considered a particular hazard (or trick or treaters. Older ChUdren are advised to always travel hi groups and carry enough change to cau home if necessary The National Safety CouncU rraorts the majority of HaUoween accidents occur when ChUdren dart into the road from between cars. Parents should review pedestrian safety rulea with Various groups slate events for little ghosts and goblins There are plenty of Halloween parties planned for area children. Some of them are listed below: Oakland County Parks and Recreation Commission: Halloween spirits will be on the prowl to provide an evening of fun and excitement for physically and mentally handicapped children at the fifth annual Halloween Happiness Party October 26 at the Michigan nn in Southfield. Pre-reglstratlon for the party is required. Clowns, pumpkins, games, refreshments and colorful Halloween characters will entertain and delight handicapped children of all ages. Co-sponsored by the Michigan nn and the Northwest Therapeutic Recreation Association, the party s scheduled from 7-9 p.m. Admission for handicapped children and chaperones is free. Each participant should bring a trick or treat bag to fill with prizes and goodies. The Michigan nn s located at J.L. Hudson Drive n Southfield. For more information, call the Oakland County Parks and Recreation Commission at Kensington Metropark: "Halloween Hayrldes," ncluding a snack of cider and doughnuts, will be available at the Kensington Farm Center in Kensington Metropark near Milford on Saturday, October 29 from 7-9 p.m. Rides lasting 30 minutes will begin at the Farm Center and take riders youngsters before sending them out. Store-bought costumes should be checked by parents to make certain tbey are flaine-retardant. Costumes ahould (it weu and be short enough that chudrihi won't trip on them. Consider substituting facial makeup forfacemasks, which often impair vilion ChUdren wearing masks should be instructed to remove them when tbey travel from house to house. Fteially, parents should insist that tricksters return home with their treats untouched so that an adult may through dark, desolate forest and field areas surrounding the farm. Charges are $2.50 per child and $3 per adult and advance registration s required. For information and to register contact the Kensington Farm Center at A vehicle entry permit (dally-$2, annual-$7) s required. Novi: There will be a party for preschoolers October 31 at 3:30 p.m. at Novi Middle School South, sponsored by Novi Parks and Recreation. The cost of $1 will cover games, candy refreshments and prizes. Call for more information. No specific trick or treating hours have been established by the Novi Police Department. Walled Lake: The Jaycees will sponsor a Walled Lake Halloween Hobgoblin Costume Run around the lake from 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, October 29. The two-mile fun run will be followed by a 6.2-mile run, beginning at about 9 a.m. There will be awards for the best costumes in the Hobgoblin Costume Run. Walled Lake Police Chief Wllford Hook said children in Walled Lake should complete their trick or treating before dusk (aboutsp.m.) October 31. Wixom: Trick or treating s scheduled from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Sunday October 31. The police department is providing written materials on Halloween safety tips. For nformation, visit the police headquarters in city hall. thoroughly inspect them. Sergeant Knapp suggested Uiat any suspect candy be taken to a local police station. The Michigan State Medical Society advises Uiat only wrapped candy and packaged baked goods should be eaten. Fruit should be washed carefully and cut open before being comsumed. "We'U be out in fuu force boui Sunday and Monday night," Knapp said. He also suggested parents keep their ChUdren at home Sunday evenins which is traditionauy a night for more destructive Halloween pranks RYMAL SYMES COMPANY*REALTORS CUSTOM DELUXE Northvllle area f you desire spaciousness and quauty n a prestigious area, this newer 4 bedroom, bath colonial with professional decor and landscape, full covered deck, second floor laundry and side, entry garage will meet your highest standards. 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21 " 2-Q THE NOV-WALLED LAKE NEWS-Wednesday, October 19, 1983 Lady Warriors move toward title By B.J. MARTN ''tie Walled Lake WesltTii Lady Warriors came two steps closer to clinching their Western Division championship last week with wins over WL.\A rivals Livonia Churchill and Northville, boosting the Warriors' season-long win streak lo 12 games, lu in league play. The women's basketball team, rated among the top five in the state in most polls, mowed down Northville last Thursday, and fought off Churchill the previous Tuesday There was a score to settle in the Churchill game. n a September encounter between the two teams, the Chargers believed referees had robbed them of a win when the Churchill bench was whistled for charging onto the floor to celebrate what they believed to be a victory. The Lady Warriors' Sue Baglow sunk a technical foul shot to tie the score with zero time on the clock, and Western went on to win in triple overtime. There was no debate about the outcome last week, however. "We geared the game to proving the first game wasn't a fluke," said coach Tom Stiener, "and think we did that." ndeed Western sprinted off to a 20-8 first-half lead, and despite Stiener's complaint his squad "decided to sit on it," the Chargers could never recover. "We got a little less intense, although thought we were in control all the way," Stiener said. Power forward Carol Kroll had 14 points to lead Western, while center Val Hall and Sheri Davis had 12 each. Guard Sue Baglow, however, may have been the Charger killer, when she hit three straight longrange shots in the fourth quarter, forcing Churchill out of the tight zone used on Hall. As soon as the zone loosened up, Hall took charge inside, scoring 10 of her points in the fourth quarter. "That's what 've been trying to get us to do more, put up those perimeter shots," Stiener said. "We've got kids who can shoot the ball, but it's like pulling teeth to gel them to shoot. "t's starting to come around," he addihl. "We can't key so much to getting the ball inside to Carol and Val Sherry Davis, Betty Gross, Nancy Leach, Sue Baglow, Pam rwin - they can all hit the 15-looter." That'll come in particularly handy in post-season playoffs, when the best teams will have the personnel to match up against Western's inside players - Stiener believes the team's ability to think on the court will be to its benefit. "They're super kids," Stiener declared of his squad. "The team grade point average is something like they're very intelligent kids. t makes a teaching and learning situation possible. "They learn faster than 1 anticipated, but they understand there's a lot more to learn. Their attitude's jusl been teriffic." The Warriors followed their Churchill win with an easy romp over Northville, a team struggling to rebuild its program. Leading at the half, Stiener "experimented" with a new three-quarter court zone press in the third quarter. t clicked and the Lady Warriors ran off a 20-0 scoring streak to bury the Mustangs. n considerably less than a full game. Hall led scorers with 11 points and 10 rebounds. Kroll added nine points and Baglow and Lisa Edwards six each. By now, the Warriors have attracted plenty of attention and in Stiener's opinion not always appropriately distributed. "A lol of people have pointed at Val and certainly agree it's nice to have a 6'3" center. But our success depends on how we can spread our offense out," he explained. "Val's becoming a real inlimidalor inside, but our defense (generally a "man-to-man") is a mailer of applying a lol of pressure and adapting to the team we're playing. "At the beginning of the season we were concerned about our ability to press. But we have pressed successfully, and think we surprised people with our agility. 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Mike BuJgarelli, Earl Fergin and 9 Brenl Kish each shot 93s for Uie Warriors, whue Paul BulgareUl carded 97. Last Monday, Central captured U)e WLAA meet with a 390, whue Western was a close second wiui 400. ChurchU finished third with a round of 410. Western won its first Western Division title during Uie meet as they bested the Chargers by 10 strokes. That, combined wilh the Warriors 6-3 dual record gives them the division crown. Central lied with Stevenson for Uie Lakes Division title. yoli c;ni c.iuli ymir till.itour,m1 yi)u-c:in-i-:u lishs; Chips Dinner.Keel inour icmlcrcod sttm.\l withlemonand i.irtar sauce, j;ildenhrowt fries, tan(;y coleslawand rols.servedwednesdays & l-ridays from 5 10 p.m. $4.95 LVONA WKST 6 Mile Koad & Ph NRTNVLLE RECRD-WULE UKE/NO«lHEWS FOOTBALL CO\TEST im inter hday! You May Be A Winner! HERE ARE THE RULES Take a plain piece of paper and number down the left hand side rom 1 to 14. 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Sophomore Mike Kohler led the way, finishing second overall with a round of 82 on the Hill Top course in Plymouth. Dave Smith finished next for the Vikings with an 84. Dan Wood shot an 85 for the day, while Greg Davies registered a 90. Kohler shot what Chappie described as a super round in the cold and wind, Are you like a detached Rejoin the source oflife with us. Spirit of Christ iithcruii Ciiiirch of Novi Ten Mile Rd. between vleadowbrook & Haggerty Sunday Worstiip 10 a.m. Pr. T. Scherger 477:6296 firing a 37 on the back nine. The top four teams from the 23-team regional qualified for the state tournament. Livonia Stevenson is the other team from this regional making the trip to East Lansing. The Vikings also won the Western Lakes Activities Association tournament last week. Central, 10-1 in dual meets this season and winner of the Lakes Division in the WLAA, breezed through the 10-team field. Central's winning total of 390 easily surpassed second-place Walled Lake Western's 400. ChurchU was third at 410. Smith carded Central's best round with a 73. Chris LaFave fired a 76, while Davies shot a 77. All three were named to the WLAA all-league first team. n fourth for Central was Wood with a round of 79, which earned him secondteam honors. Kohler shot an 85 to round out the Vikings' scoring. The WLAA tourney was played on the Rolling Meadows Country Club course. General Optometry Contact Lens Care JOHN R. SWANSON, O.D. Doctor of Optometry 435 N. 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Both schools possess 6-1 league records following Milford's victory over Lakeland last week. Novi appeared to be in control in the first half, working its press effectively and taking a three-point halftime lead that could easily have been a bigger margin but for some misses on easy shots. South Lyon countered with a fullcourt press of ts own, and for a while it looked like whoever was left standing at the end of the game would win. But it was a different story after the second-half tipoff. Novi gunners went 4- for-29 from the floor, their worst shooting streak of the season. The reasons for the horrendous second-half shooting performance baffled llovl coach Bill Ayotte. "We had the right people shooting the right shots," Ayotte lamented, pointing to the fact that 25 of Novi's 29 shots were taken from inside the key. "But nobody could find the range. guess we'll just have to go to work on our shooting.'' Even better foul shooting could have made up some of the margin, but the Wildcats connected on only 7-of-l7 from the line throughout the game. "We can't play respectable teams like South Lyon and have that kind of night at the line," Ayotte said. t took the Lions until midway through the third quarter to catch the ' Wildcats, and Novi stayed in the game until the last four minutes of play on sheer defensive intensity. Missy Hoitom and Peggy Wilson contributed good floor play, Wilson leading Novi scorers with 12 points - but Sue Rasinske's offensive contribution was 11 points, well below her season average of Sherry Lawton added 9 points. t's likely Novi will pull itself back together against KVC doormats Brighton and Pinckney this week, but Ayotte is convinced t will take a nearmiracle for Novi to recover and get back in the race for first. "The only thing we can hope for is for upsets," he said. "f we don't lose again from here on out, it still might not be good enough." 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22 -D-THE NOV-WALLED LAKE NEWS-Wednesday, October 19.19S3 Kyle Chura, Rich Pecic and Steve Creech leading the pacit Western victorious Walled Lake Western's junior-senior boys cross country squad captured the Western nvitational Saturday with 71 points. The Warriors won their home invitational behind the strong nmning of Kyle Chura, Rich Peck and Steve Creech. Chura was fifth out of 61 runners in a time of 17:10, while Peck was 11th, 17:54, and Creech, 12th, 17:56. Don Mazur finished 18th for Western, 18:11. and Tom Julien was 25th, 18:42. Mark Wagner was forced to drop out of the race. Southfield Christian was second in the juniorsenior race with 74 points, while Redford Union was third with 78 points. Northviile, U-D High, Hartland, Walled Lake Central and Farmington Harrison rounded out the team standings. Central won the freshman-sophomore race with 58 points while Hartland was second with 68 points. Western, Christian and Harrison had only four runners each in the freshman-sophomore race and did not collect a team score. ndividually, Mark Tucker led Western runners finishing 12th in 19:01. Paul DeRochewas 20th, 19:41. while Bill Stanford was 24th, 20:04, and Kevip Fust 26th, 20:24. Western also clinched the Western Division of the Western Lakes Activities Association last week defeating Northviile to record an overall record of 6-0 and a 3-0 mark in the division. The squad has one remaining dual match with Livonia Churchill tomorrow at home. Against Northviile, Chura was first, 17:09, while Peck was second, 17:17, Wagner third, 17:21, Mazur fifth, 17:32, and Creech sixth, 17:48. n the Redford Union nvitational, also staged last week. Western finished fourth out of 20 teams. Dearborn Fordson won the event with 74 points, while Dearborn High was second with 100, Farmington was third, 131, and Western fourth with 138 points. Chura ran his best race of the year at Cass Benton, according to Western coach Dennis Keeney, as he finished fourth in 16:17. Wagner was ninth for the Warriors in 16:21. "They both ran excellent races," said their coach. Peck was 31st, out of 140 runners, in 17:29, while Mazur was 46th, 17;49, and Julien 48th, 17:54. Western will attempt to retain its WLAA crown at the league meet on October 25 starting at 4 p.m. "We've got one dual meet left before the league and the regionals. We'll use this week to gear up for those events, "Keeney said. COMPLMENTARY: CONSULTATON SPNAL EXAMNATON Oct, n CAfuucfA Oet. 2S At the Benestad Chiropractic Centre, we combine the most modern equipment and techniques with highly trained professional specializing in spine and nerve rehabilitation. 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Now you can choose your own term from Standard Federal Savings. nterest rates vary depending on the term of the certificate, but the interest rate established at the time the account is opened remains in effect for the full term. Minimum deposit: 7 Days through 1 Year: $2, Months to 10 Years: $500 nterest is compounded upon reinvestment at maturity only and Federal regulations require a substantial interest penalty for early withdrawals from certificate accounts. o O) istin tlnwrtdlatigo.ooq 2401 W. Big Beaver, TVoy, M : D ' 3 C Warriors beat Chiefs in overtime Wednesday. By KEN VOYLES Scouting - one of the least appreciated aspects of high school football - made all the difference Friday as Wailed Lake Western's football j squad evened its record at 3-3 with a 14-7 win over Plymouth Canton. The win was Western's second overtime triumph this year and gives the Warriors a 3-1 record in the Western Division of the Western Lakes Activities Association. "Our scouting teams won that game for us," said Western Coach Chuck Apap. "They prepared us so well at practice that our defense iinew every. play Canton would run." f The Warriors scored their first touchdown in the second quarter of play, but the Chiefs came back with a seven-pointer n the third quarter sending the game into overtime. Western lost the overtime coin-toss and went on defense. On the very first play. Western quarterback Mickey Folsom hit sophomore tight end Quent Scannell for a 10-yard touchdown pass. Scott Wandelowski kicked the extra point and Western was in front Brian Shrueb hit Canton quarterback Tony Aiken on the Chiefs' first offensive play in overtime causing a fumble which Matt King recovered giving the team victory. "When we went into overtime our guys were not going to let them beat us," Apap said. "We knew what had to be done and we did it. "Offensively, this was our best game moving the bail on the ground," Apap added. Western, which tallied 223 yards rushing in 34 carrtes, was led by Rob Adams on the ground with 85 yards in 17 tries and Folsom with 91 yards in nine carries. Folsom scored the Warriors opening touchdown of the night with 17 seconds remaining in the first half when he scampered 60 yards on a quarterback sneak. Wandelowski kicked the extra poont. Prior to Folsom's touchdown run fullback Mike Craig ran 24 yards to push the ball from the 15-yard mark to close to the 40-yard line. Canton came back with a score in the third quarter following a Western fumble on its own 35-yard-iine. Four plays later Aiken threw a touchdown pass to Dave Knapp from the 10 and Jim Kaske kicked the extra point to even the score at 7-7. Western tallied nine first downs in the game as well as 95 yards passing. The team threathened to score three times ' News pliolo by STEVE FECHT Western quarterback Mickey Folsom breaks a tackle on his way to a touchdown Just before the end of the first half of play ball away three times and had one interception. Canton picked up seven first downs, 118 yards rushing, 49 yards passing, lost two fumbles and had two passes intercijpted. Big plays for Western on the field, according to Apap, came from Adams and in the first half, but those attempts fail- King. Besides his rushing, Adams had ed due to a penalty, an interception and ' six first hits and 10 assists at lineback, a fumble. The squad fumbled the foot- while King contributed 12 first hits and 10 assists. Off the field heroes from the scouting group included Jeff Changes, Cory Guchess, Ken Ostrowe, Bob Biliinghurst, Rob Kemp, Doug Henry, Doug Beck, Mark Ruby, Scott Hoilister, Andy Rourke, Mike Schlimgen, John Dorta, Bob Fust and Greg Paulus. "All week long they gave us looks at Canton that were just unbelievable," Apap said. "f it hadn't been for those guys we wouldn't have been prepared and we certainly wouldn't have played with the intensity that we did." Western travels to Northviile this Friday for a 7:30 p.m. Western Lakes Activities Association game. The squad will compete in WLAA playoffs on October 28 before ending the season against Walled Lake Central on November 4 at home. October THE NOV-WALLED LAKE NEWS-5-0 Netters post wins Continued from 1 Reynolds, seeded fourth, was eliminated in two sets by Ladywood's Janet MUczarski, 0, 4-6. Novi's first two doubles teams, seeded high in the tournament, faced some tough competition. Dianne Malila and Kelly Case were swept in two sets in the first round by an Allen Park Cabrini twosome and Grosse lie took the Wildcats' second doubles team of Jill rwin and Linda Chasse in the second round, 1-6,6-3,1-6. n that loopy contest, the wind made even placing a serve on the court a difficult job. "You could hardly get the ball over the net," coach Poiinsky said. n third doubles, SheUy Blelcher and Colleen Maguire, unseeded, took Chelsea in the first round 3-6, 64), 6-1, but then fell to St. Mary's num»)er one-seeded team in the second, 7-6,1-6,4-6. " think it shocked people that Novi did so well," said Poiinsky, whose squad the previous week finished second in both regular season meets and at the Kensington Valley Conference tournament. "But it's really an honor. Both the singles players we upset were excellent players who were supposedly unbeatable." 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The game simply matched W the weather awful. The loss dropped Novi to 2-3 in conference play, 3-3 overall with two more league games remaining. "Oh, they're a pretty good football team," Osborne conceded. ndeed, the Eagles are flying near the top of the KVC with a 4-1 record, and at least their defense showed why. The Wildcats were held to just 177 yards total offense only 59 rushing. Novi's only score came just before A halftime on a six-yard up-the-middle burst by fullback Eric Schuster that capped a seven-play, 69-yard Wildcat march. t proved to be the only drive the squad sustained all evening. Three key pass plays set up the score a third-and-lo strike to split end Eric Balk, a 22-yard pass to halfback Steve Korte and an 18-yard curi pass to receiver Tim Ford that immediately preceeded Schuster's TD run. Kerm Stahr booted the extra point. At that point in the game, Hartland's three-point lead looked precarious enough. The Eagles' first-half points came on a 15-play scoring drive in the first quarter capped by quarterback Rick Heavenridge's one-yard plunge, and a 31-yard Todd Cowan field goal in the second quarter. Cowan's field goal was set up by a fumbie at the Novi 25. Cowan struck two more field goals in the third quarter to give the Eagles a 16-7 lead - the first followed an interception of a Todd Crutchfield pass that gave Hartland the ball at the Novi 11. The WUdcats held off three running plays, and Cowan was called in to boot a 22 yarder. Another Novi fumble set up a 46-yard field goal of disputed authenticity. "There was no referee on the goal line watching to see if it cleared the crossbar," Osborne said. "t had the direction, but there was some doubt as to whether it had the height." t counted, anyway and that was more than could be said for Crutchfield's 53-yard touchdown pass to Dave Whitehead on Novi's next possession. t was called back for illegal procedure. On the next play, Crutchfield took a hit and coughed up the ball once more. "That was the one that broke our back," Osborne said. "A touchdown at that point would have made the score and would have given us a lift." nstead, the Eagles nailed down the Thompson wins prize Maybe we're making them too easy. Farmlngton's ART THOMPSON came within three points of perfection in this week's Novi-Walled Lake News/- Northvllle Record Football Contest. i Thompson picked the correct winner 'of all 14 high school and college games we listed last week and predicted 45 points would be scored in the Army- Notre Dame game last Saturday. A field goal for either team would have done it, as the rish prevailed But as it turns out, Thompson didn't need the tie-breaker to take the $10 first prize. APPLCA TONS NOWBEiNG ACCEPTED FOR coffin lid, running ten plays and setting up a six-yard touchdown by running back ' Gary McNutt, one of three Hartland ballcarriers who gained over 40 yards in the contest. 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23 &-D-THE NOV-WALLED LAKE NEWS-W«dnesdBy, October 19,1983 FNSH Novi golfers finish eiglith in tourney Novi's Craig Duncan was unable to rescue the Wildcat golf team from an eighth-place finish at the eight-team Kensington Valley Conference golf tournament n Ann Arbor last week, but his round of 84 earned Duncan a spot on the all-league golf team. Duncan's 12-over-par effort was four strokes back of the pace at the tourney, which took place at the University of Michigan golf course Tuesday of last week. Brighton, as expected, swept league honors with a 348 while Novi was ail the way back in the pack with a 371. "Craig did an excellent job for us this year," said Novi golf coach Bob Wolf. "He was really our only player to play year-round, and think that's the difference." A senior, Duncan averaged a 40 over nine holes throughout the season to lead the Wildcats. He hopes to play college golf and ultimately become a pro. "He's the type of kid who's willing to set himself high goals and go after them. He's very capable of attaining the ones he's set," Wolf declared. Duncan's 80 was good tor fourth at the MHSAA Class B Regional tournament at Carleton Glen in Gibraltar the following Friday. Course conditions on the cold, windy and rainy day were terrible, and the Wildcats' scores reflected it - behind Duncan were Greg Prost GRAND 'Aye's the type of kid wtio's willing to set tiimself liigh goals and go after ttiem.' - Bob Wolf, Novi coach with a 94, Matt Davio with a 96 and Gary Pietrovich with a 97. Milan took top honors at the 17-school tournament, shooting a 330, wile Novi was nth with a 367. "Those guys played some good golf," Wolf said of the Milan squad. The week's activity put the wraps on the golf team's 1983 season, and it had not been a very good one Novi finished 1-6 in conference play and 3-12 overall. 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Great Reyes Run Saturday's Run For Reyes, a benefit run for the Reyes Syndrome Foundation, drew 143 finishers for an i- kilometer race through Novi beginning and ending at Middie School North. Fifty more runners entered the milelong fun run. The top male finisher in the fun run was Ypsilanti's Tim Cook, while female honors went to Judy Buresh of Westland. The overall winners in the i-k run were Loren Bandt, Wixom. of the Novi Trackers running ctub, in 25:24. men; and Donna Thibart. Windsor. 28:56, women. Area finishers included Novi's Hedy (Marque, first in the 50-and-oider women category; and Paul Sumner of Novi. first in the age men category. Altogether, the race is expected to net over S200 for the foundation. Wildcats overcome Hartland's harriers By B.J. MARTN What's a girls' cross-country team to do? "We're running better than just about anybody around," Novi coach Norm Norgren this week in spite of his team's 3-3 conference mark. The problem is, Novi's league rivals also run better than just about anybody around. The only three defeats handed the Wildcats this season came from Kensington Valley Conference rivals Milford, Hartland and Brighton. Brighton is rated the state's number one Class A team, Hartland the top Class B team, and Milford recently took first at the All-Oakland County meet. "That ain't bad competition," coach Ed Gabrys pouited out after the squad posted a win over Howell last Thursday. " think just about any coach would agree this is the best crosscountry league in the state. "f we're above.500 when the season ends, it'll be a really fine accomplishment. This is by far the most successful girls team we've ever had at Novi." Against the Highlanders, Novi. swept the first three spots to seal the win, with Jeanette Lemieux taking top honors in 20:24 - a good time at Cass Benton course, where Novi runs its home meets. Second was Christine Huotari in 20:41, and Mindy Park.took third n 21:03. 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