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1 " < pl"s5s '75 2 b 7' l' 7' 'd S! e W'M' nrtt C' N -' " All the News of Aft the Pointes Every Tnursdy Morning VOL 38-NO 4 rosse / Pointe ws J Complete News Coverage of All the Pointes Home of the News '---- GROSSE PONTE MCHGAN THURSDAY JANUARY ["'"" at hco"" Cia Matt al the 'od Offlc at Olroll Mlchla" 20 Per Copy $100 "e Va 26 Pages-Two Sections-Section One! '- ' ' HEADLNES of the WEEK As CompUed by lhe Grosse Pointe News Thursday January 20 SNOW FELL N MAM Wednesday for the first time in history t also hit Christmas and Frostproof Fla" and many coastal towns where winterweary tourists came to escape from the worst siege of cold ever to ph the nation Harsh cold crippled industry business and transportation in almost all the eastern half of the nation Near-zero temperatures in the deep south triggered new national gas and power crises Florida Gov Reubin Askew declared a state of emergency in Flori da's multimillion dollar agri culture industry as citrus growers saw their fruit freeze in their trees Monday and Tuesday nights " " Friday January 21 TWO WOMEN DED Thursda' and 45 other persons were injured when a gas explosion rjpped through an auditorium at the University of Pittsburgh The two-story concrete and steel building which housed science lecture halls and laboratories col- lapsed into a heap of tangled concrele and beams Police said additional bodies could be buried in the wreckage and the death toll might go 'as high as six The blast is believed to have been caused by a tank of methane gas stored in the basement of lhe building Saturday January' 22 PRESDENT CAR T E R granted a pardon Frlclay to almost all Vietnam war era draft evaders but left un settled the stalus of lhose who des e r t e d the armed forces during the long Asian conflict n effect the new president's first major acl offered immediate full legal relief to slightly more than 113()OOpredominantly white middle and upper class young men who as he said in political c amp a i g n speeches "knew where Sweden was" and either fled the country or refused to enler military service The president's actions drew protests some of them vehement from some veterans organizations and from some conservative politicians Winter has been unkind \to the famed ski slopes of the Rockies and other western mountain ranges this year while Michigan skiers have been blessed with abundant snow and ideal conditions to enjoy their sport The rapidly expand ing corps of cross country devotees didn't even GPF Takes 'Farms' Crime Picture Aim in Area Shows Fluctuations; Of Obscenity Termed Good Overall Photo bv Tom Greenwood have to leave The Pointe to' enjoy themselves as demonstrated by JOHN SHAHEEN (right) program director of the Neighborhood Club with guests JULE and TOM WLLAMS of New Jersey Declines Horizon Say Schools W d Sh Election 00 S OWS Slated for MaSSve Drop n March 14 Crt-me Last Year'No ncreaequested As Voters to Consider Renewal of Expired Known Offenses Fall by 183 Percent in Comparison to 1975: Public Safety Head Cites Road Patrol Low Profile Scout Cars Citizens School Library Monies By Susan McDonald By Roger A Waha Pointe volers will de: The level of crime in The Woods which has cide whether or not to generally remained steady over the past several continue the present evyears with slight increases showed a massive drop el of school taxes and of 183 percent last year over 1975 based upon all programs for the next known offenses three years in a millage Mas t classification> a f Off- - l election Saturday March criminal activity in both the lcm s 14 the Board of Educa- Part (more s e r i 0 us tion announced crime) and Part (less BZ t Ne serious crimes) categories as 'tv The trustees will not ask h for a millage increae but showed declines in 1976 TeEMS Laws instead will put to a vote the overall total of known off enses last year reached 3015 expired 22 mill> for schoo and 11 for librarie3 approved as agamit 3688 in for one year aast spring Elated over the depart' Concerns Expressed over At lhat time Poinlers also ment's yearend report Pub Effects of Regula- approved a four-year reo lic Safety Director Henry t' G newal of 2435 mill3 school Marchand exclaimed "t's a i ons overnlng and 131 mill" library taxes combination of everything a Ambulanc:es (One mh equals 51 for every 101of things and it' working $1000 of State Equalized baby!" By Susan McDonald Va:uation SEV} "A Safe Place" A trio of emergency Would Make Cuts (ba\ "COmtinationl" was medical service (EMS) The Board announced the at n u ed to e vlgi ance of bid' 1 millao"e rate duration and the road patrol the city's il s signe mto aw m low 'Profile 'scout ar3 and December by Gov Wil- dte for leclions at a spethe cooljeration of citizens in Ham Milliken threatens clal meetlg l\ona Jau reporting suspicious activity to put some Pointe am- al 24 n admmlstratjon to lhe department bulanees out of business \ 0 ces n conjunction with the d f h b' f the lax rate S not ap- '-t t t" r th 1 an oree at ers to egm proved by voter- the Board community the director cited c argltg or e servce wi!l be forced to cut S1 the darke'r colored vehicles The bills (Public Acts 288 millton out of t $20 mllhon which lhe department has 290 and 330) create guide- budget and lay?fc about 9CJ consb en pa rollng a e h ' f th ' been utilizing of late in com hes for formation of a state- tecers S<Jpenntendent Dr OL parison to the brighhy color- Wide mergency medlal ss- Wilham Coats said \ ed 'red auto of past years em ldcrea'ed medical tram 'Dr Coats and Trustee Wi! which he said looked like mg for emergency attendants Ham Huetteman both said "circu3 wagons" and more sophisticated equip- they were optimistic the pro- Realizing the importance ent for transportmg pa- p03al woud win approval of citizen participation in the hents "We assume since the crime fight Director Mar- All five Pointes now pro community has supported LJeasure Follows Ex"'m- Shoplifting Larcenies from Vehicles Burglaries C R Sh chand statd many cas ave vide am b a!1c e services this level so far they wi!! VT ens us eport ows proved fruttful whle mdlcat through ther fire or publlc continue to do "0 " Mr Huetpies of Similar Laws in Up Bike Thefts MOP Arso" Cases Down; System Has Lost A ing a citizen' cooperative in safety departments Only The teman :said '" Troy Harper Woods Passive Prevention Program Planned most One-Fifth of terest aod concern for a fel- Park charges for the service The Boa;d decided on lhe low neighbor " lhis coop- Find Other Way Saturday election date in the B T G d By Tom Greenwood ts Students erlton contmes rosse Through a "grandfather hope of attracting a large y om reenwoo More Pointers were arrested for major crimes Since 1970 Pomt Wood Will conhe to clause" included in the bill number of voters to the polls n an effort to curb in the area in 1976 than in previous years a 42 remam a safe place he late in the ses3ion Pointe Mr Huelleman said growing concerns over page end-of-the-year report Farms Police Chief By Susan McDonald stated officials may continue oper f the tax is approved Dr the spread of pornog- Robert K Ferber revealed that 63 percent of the A census report just On the surfce" the 13 ating their -present ambu- Coats said they will be abl raphy members of the major crime arrests last year involved Pointers or released by Pointe pub- percnt drop S mpressive lance for about- one more to maintain the same level Farms Council passed 'd t f th i and t's even mor so when year of program3 in the schools ex-res en s 0 e area lic schools shows the compared to prevous years Counting on luoney an amendment to its gen- This was a 12 percent in'lsay tha approximately 40 system has lost almost For example based on com- B H178'thou g h new reg- The budget will be balancd eral offenses ordinance crease over 1975 when 51 percent of all olher person! one-fifth of its students putations a t departmental alom h'\l ma;e 1ost oj by making "every effort to on Monday night J anu- percent of those arrested for over 17 arrested in 1976 for since the start of this headquarte:3 crime dropped f elr v Ces 0 so e h an operate within a budget inary 10 major crimes in The Pointe major and serious crimes decade around two percent in 1972 orce t em to spen taus- crease of t T:le ordinance specifically WElrefrom this area' were hard n'arcotks ad dicts Th h' 0 over 1971 but rose one per ands of dollars to train year" he ssael'd'enthpeersccehnool ; forbids the manufacture ex- "Thi3 statistic is not as "While this figure is down 730 c o s o s:rvet - cent in 1973 over 1972 five mergency Medical Techn! wk1 spend about $20 million hibition distribution or ad- alarming as it sounds" said from a 92 percent rate in s u en s - es an percent in 1974 over 1973 and Clans (E) thi year vertising of any books pic- Chief Ferber "Historically 1973" said the chief " still n 1970 nd haccordlng_ to two percent in 1975 over One?plJon bemg momal- Additional revenue will tures literature motion pic- the majority of those arresl view narco!ics addiction as the drepor ' t ose declnfes 1974 con:;deed by two ct1es S come from an automatic six tures or phonograph records ed for crimes in The Pointe a major problem in relation- shou contmue at least or Ccmmends Department dlscontm'jmg the service all percent increase due to nor- * * that fall with the city's defini'l are from the area ship to future crime trends' the next few years as te At the same time Director together mal SEV growth he said Sunday January 23 tion of indecent immoral ob- Narcotics Problem None of those persons ar- number of pre-school chll- archnd pointed out based "We'll either go out of the That growth will vry thourth A SOVET TUl04 airliner scene sadistic or masochistic'j "n 1974 and 1975 we ave rested for such crimes had dren ages onefour has upon fgures at his disosal1 ambulance business or fnd from between 47 and 7 pr: exploded and crashed last Conviction of the misde- raged les arrests of Pointers local residence or prior res- dropped 16 percent SlDce lha n 1975 the crime ndex some other ""ay to provide cent in the five municipajjweek as it tried to land in the meanor carries a goday jail for major crimes becaue we idence in the Pointes 1973 naljonajly rose nine percent t the 'service such a' contract- ties Central Asiim city of Alma sentence or a $500 fine ac- had a higher influx of non "n other words none f' The report is based on a i and in the state 53 percent ing with another government The administration also is Ata kiuing at least 90 per- cording to Farms Police Chief resident arrc3ts mostly citi those addicts arreted wee do?rto-dor head count?f He ersonal:y feels this trend agencyor a private concern" counting on receiving S350- sons unofficial sourceji said Robert K Ferber zens of DetrOt n 1976 we from the Pointes " POinte residents conducted 1D contmued a"tyear sad City Manager Thomas oca a year m state aid for Saturday t was reported the Could Cause Grief had fewer outiders coming f' May 1976 by the schools' l\leanwhlle Mayor Benja- Kresbach of Grosse Pointe the next three years Aplane was at 3200 feet when Farms City Clerk Richard in to commit crimes so local 0 flers Cied pupil personnel department mll Y' Pmkos said he was City _ though Thc Pointe ditrict it exploded and crashed into Solak indicated the city was arrests rose to their previous Another mterestmg rever- View New Trend surpnsed byth blg P7rcenl1 'r Kressbac sad The qualifies for S500OOOa year -an open field Sources said following examples of similar level sa from 1975 showed tat One bright spot has turned age dop hlle mdlcatlng h i City Will have to 'replace the from t:e stale executive bu:! the plane apparently reported ordinances passed in Troy "Our average local arrest cnes c?mmltled aalnst up in thc mass of figures- undertandmg that cnle has stahon wagon they no": me et cuts havc reduced lhe engine trouble and was using and Harper Woods percentage for the!feriod be POinters n 1976 declmed a 137 percent jump in the bn on the decrease m core for emergency runs Wth a fmal allocation to under up fuel atlempting a landing "The idea started in a study tween ls was 62 per- while crimes against proper number of Pointe children cilles and adjacent suburban vehicle costing $20000 or $200COOlor the past several w:en it developed trouble in session one night when Coun- cent so a 63 percent arrest ty were on the upswing under one-yearold That age area3 but on the increase in i more City Fire Chiel Robert years :a se:oild engine t was not cilman Joseph Fromm felt it percemage for 1976 i not "Both luck and ard work group is the only oe showing rma! areas many of which :!lrshal1 adde that aremod!'le\'ertheles Dr Coats known if any foreigners were was important to forearm alarming" had a lot to do Wth the de- are solaled elmg of the poljce staton also said he is optimistic thc\' on board ((A)ntinued on Page 6) Chief Ferber went on to cline in crimes against per- anrltcr;sc h ff' 1 (Continue!! on Page 2) (Continued on Page G) (Continued on Page 21 " ' ' sons" said the chief "We' ou sc 00 0 Cla s _ Mon'day January 24 ' a re say they are mystified at the fortunate that many of our " 51 S R - COMMUNST ATTEMPTS' GPWPeP OA N 1 businesses are localed near apparent upturn n lllrlhs m to tores ergeallt et-'res Fb radically reorganize Cam lx S roposa busy intrsections tradition- The Pomte they ho?c" t rep i 0 t e bodia have resulted in more TAB f C az ally patroled by our sco t resenls the begmmn" of a; O ppear e ore OltnCl ' u t end By Jamcs J N]alm Mrs Reid (Ann) Pouliot ronl thc serv" e h d than a mi1lin peol dyin cars ThiS acts as a damper new r ' C e move including entire famlhes slam on armed robb rs "'s lhe only encouraging! Shores Sgt Donald Jacob lives in The Farms to Hermosa Beach Calif 1 f h' "Al et 'h aspect of the census"' "aid; who hasn't been working for The sergeant is a 1947 where he residcd for threc in assemb y- me as On a By Roger A Waha a 3 on lhe index and the so we uon ave a ot lh t th 'e k ha d t f D t T S' t "Reader's Digest" codensa- The Grosse Pointe Woods city has offered a 4 index of 'open 24-hour-aday' estab Director of Pupil Personncl l e pas ce \\ e s s gra ua e 0 e ro s am years before returning to the tion of a new book said Sun Police 0 f f ice r s Assoc" he stated ishments tha t are off by Reginald Sienk:ewicz "Bull left a VOid n the public saf- Cha rles lgh School He en: Detroit area He worked for dy Aln:t0sLas _may J;lC0ple (GPWPOA) unanimously reo "t (the proposal) doesn't themselves They arc tradi we won't really know what ty departet where his: a while for Sears the Chrys died durmg reorgamztlon as jected a threeyear proposal' meet what lle 'men thought lionally high larget are-as"" means until the next cen- ld and JOVal manner and cr Corp and finally with during years of flht1d_g be' i from the city al its wednes'l it should" "aid Officer Pet he noted ' sus though it'n be inlercsting: hs booming laughter Wll be hc U S Rubber Co before tween the Comumst Khmer day January 19 meeting rik who felt overall it was "Anothcr large contribut-: 10 see if other districts start missed b his colleagues joining the Shores Public Rouge and varous pro-west Now association members' a slep backward ing factor is the continued noticing the samp trend" from PubliC Safety Dlrcctor Safety Departmcnl on :'llay ern overnments the Feb:u- are planning to come before While not completely ruling vigilance of our officers and Although the school admm Joseph Vltalc down through ar ssue of the agazme the council at its regular out the possibility of future (Continued on Page 4) (Conlinued on Page 8) i the ranks' "Whl'n was appointcd a said The full boo Murdr meeting Monday February bargaining after GPWPOA SgL Jacob (Don to every-' public safety officer in The of a Gentle Land was wnt 7 to voice concl!rns over the members state lheir case be GPF Ok "W' R -{ok one in the station and to all: Shorcs knew 1 'found my len by John Barro and A ngotiation process fore the council Officer Pet- ays a tcr ate J Chis fr!cnds) was forced to home"" the sergeant said thonyt})adt' both Reader s ndications from the asso' l rik indicated arbitration is leave his job for reasl1ns of " was very happy working Diges e lors ciation are while further probably the only means to B Tom Greenwood OOOO to operatc the flltra health on Tues"ay January herc t wa wonderful work ( 2 bargaining always is a possi break the current impasse esldents or Te Farms tlon plant n 1975 and t cost: 11 ing for such a fine commu- Tuesday January 5 bility (but slim in this case) At th l' h t W;' Qose a htlle bll more of S33C:JG to run' t n 1976 Director Vitale who started 'nily and with such a "reat THE FEDERAL ENERGY tha arbitration the wheels t ehsaoiethme e an s their paycheck starting ncxt Salarics and wage have gone with the dcpartmnl one year group' 1l thc dcpartmerrt Ad t r took emer ' 0 see hwt e COb unc' re - month after the Farms Coun up too t' the C()t of doing befor Don and ""'0 '''as the' "Th Vlt f ' ll mds r on 'of which are already in mo celves w a mem ers W 'cil approved a l(} percent busine's" e "" e age 0 flclals also gency achon" Monday to n': tion will soon commence say j hike in water bills at its Mon : irndr' the cosl ncreasc sergeant's scolll car prtner were wonderful to me have crease SUPP:CS of natral "he proposal (from 1976 F'or his part Officer Pat i da nib':'l January 24 eet the c'd rale of $420 pe; fur1o years dunng thclr pa met many peole and made gas and fuel all to reheve 78) left very mch to be de- rick DeVme a member of iog 000 cubic feet of water will lrolmg days sld tha Sgl C()uul1css frlenos! am very ::gein:rse1cti'z: d sire" said oficer SdPhen the association's negotiating: ':There's no que;tion lhat b raiierl to $460 This will Jacob Wll officially rcllre as: sorry my health has ept me eral Energy Administrator Petrik assocation presl ent team felt that the amount of We need the increase" said' cover both water and scwage ' of T\leday Fehruary 1after SGT DONAtD JACOB from staylllg on the Job but Gorman Smith 'Monday an The PWPOA wants a?ost money bas?d on projections Farm City Comj:troller Car' ratcs ne3fly 22 years of scrl:c ' there is n?thing to stop me nounced his agency would of lvmg formula ol1ed mto and other tems n the pro rol Lock "Our audil showed The new lldlinum (:largc SgL Jaeob 48" a natj\e?f listed n lhc U S Army Sig from stopping hy oftcn to say take several actions includ salary and referrmg to the posal offered no benefits at i an ovcralliois of $29597 last for three months!service will DetrOit resides n St Clair' nal Corps in June 1947 im- 'hello' and see all my bud in" ordering five refineries in cily's proposal lhe offieer all He also questioned the year The year before lhat be $690 up from the pre' Shores w;th two of his three: mediately after graduation dies in lhe department espcfor '3tate" including one in said it went from lhe Detroit cost of living formula and i we sh(}wed :l $7on iirnfit i()\'s minimum tha'ge ur i1llgh\c Nora 1'\ and and was honorably discharged cially my goo:! friend Chid Michigan to make more bome ndex 10 the Nalional ndl'x the criteria for it [ "The problem is tha we're' $630 : Susan a juljior at 51 Clair wilh the rating of privatc Vitalc" - heating oil at the expense of which has been lower He said there would be no not ins'jjated ['ram higha Although this i thc first Shores' La k c v i c \V High i first class in June 1950 Whilc with the department jet [uel production The association rcqucstcd (Continued on Page 8) prices c i the r t cot us (Contlnucd on Page 2) School A third daughter Following his discharge (Contlnued on Page 4)

2 " Kerby ScouUOHer Supper Cub SCoot Pact 81 of 011 Thurlday February Kerby 8elaool will bo14 ita from 5:»7:30 p:m at the atxth apul Pancake SUpper school 285 Kerby road The menu will idelude pan Lady Godiva caltea with usages and is corning beverages for a $115 donation Supper for four is avail to the able for a $6 dollation Village For further information contact Ed McKeehan at Feb Ī i First Annual WNTER CLEARANCE SALE 5'0% off tit Feb Sth Utex Outer Coats Brookfield Suits Spire Shirts Dress Slacks Arrow Shirts Day Separates t118jmon3 Men's Fashions MACK in :riffany La_De Open 106 '- Phone: " '- '' ::: ::: 'Excellent Savings on High Quality Suits ::: Sport'Coats Pants ::: and the Famous '' ; 8ostonian and/' :;: Weyenberg ShOes j Ends February 3 ijoe VALENTE" MENs'" WEAR' 1;20733 Mack Ave TU ::: at Vernier Grosse Pte Woods : ::::':':':'::::-::':Y:':':':':':9=':=::::::::;;::=: s&lected groups of ' MEN'S APPAREL at Reductions up to '50% off Millage Date Set GROSSE PONTE NEWS Tbursday January Woods Shows Big Drop in Crime' (cudued 'nm Pale 1) "t's a very good sign and commend tbe department very highly" he said while notiog police bave been n volved "in a greater 6Urvell lance in both residential and commerhal areas spending more time on t4le road" n -tbe Part eategory the biggest drop is 'Seen the larceny theft (except auto) classification which feu from 5'78 known incidenbs in 19'15 to 430 last year Bleak Grduatioo Bicycle larcenies alone dropped over 50 -pen:ent from 258 two years ago to 121 last i year On the other hand vehi cle aecessories' thefts rose from 96 to 140 in 1976 caus- ing Director Marchand to note that thieves "have &top-! ped stealing bikes -and hllve i graduated nto OB radios" Cleaa'ances in the larceny the ft' classification we r e around 12 ;percent each year Meanwhile beth tul'glariei and robbery incidents de creased Breaking and enter- ilgs dropped from 71 to 66 '" in 1976 while elearances of " such incidents rose from 11 percent two yel1'l1sago to U percent last year Robberies feu from 10 ClllSes in 1975 to four cases last year while clearanees f'ose from 20 percent (two lof 10) to '15 percent (three of four) Another Part rime auto theft dropped from 36' inci dents to :n last year whue no forcible rape l'eports were received either yea' VandUam Falls The only Part classificatiob$ to show increalses were criminal homicide and aggra vated assault one case eaob n _comparison to none in ::: 1975 n- the former iljstance ::: Ute fneident)was classified as ::: manslaughter by negligence '' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' ::: ::: '' '' '' (Continued from Page 1) The-Grosse Pointe Education may receive fun funding AlSsoc (GPEA) and the kom Lansing in 19'1'7 'Board began negotiations last n addition the lsuperin- May but have yet to reach tendent revealed plans to cut agreement about $ from each The unsettled con t r act future budget with staff and figured into some resident6' gram reductiom made negative teactions to the : ' : '' :: ' ::: :: ;" :: '' ':-::::::: :=:=':::? All merchandise is from ourregular stocks Nominal charge for alter&- - tiona Tke advantage of the worthwhile savings DOWNTOWN: Hsf hour tree parking at adjoining parking lot with purohase whaudgs MEN'S WEAR 9:3{)to 5: Woodward 9:00 to 5:3G flstler Bid 9:30 to 5: Pierce Birmingbam Birminiham Store Open Thurs and Fri 'til 9 qsible by declining enton millage announcement ment Without a 'Contract settle- QuestiOD Remabu ment included in next year's The biggest factor in 1he costs "this presentation has aehool budget-pay'rates fc1f been y inaccurate" 'the s)'lstem's 6i)() teachers- charged one woman "and 'is still a question tbougji will work un to defeat '' ' '_' " anyminageunullknow'how " ' '_ ' much we have to spedd" Water Rates ' Several employe groups and millage S\lpporters were (CoatiDued from Page )} 'water ra-te increase oin about four years The Farms ex perienced a sewage treatment prke increase about a year ago "We didn't like lihe idea of raising the water prices but we ('eally had' no choice" said Mr Lock "U costs a lot of -money to pump au that water "Since the new ate goes nto effect during the winter 1me the relative impaet wid be negligible Bills are traditionally lower at this time of year because people aren't watering their lawns or fill ing pools Summertime is when you'll notice a difference" The new rate hike will go into effect ft)r January'lS water bills which 'Wi:i be sent out in about two weeks according to Mr Lock Sillery COU rt Date Changed DO O'lOURSElR QEAN1CUR CARPfS the PROFESSONAL OPEN EVERY DAY SUN 10 to Window Repair and Maintenance WAY Rent the fantastic new Up & Out Hydro-MiBl Machin" for superior carpet cleaning' Looaetlll and removes dirt previ ous shampoo residue and up to 90% of the moittun! in just one step Ssve lt1on ' g'etreawla just like a -prof_ions 1! Lochmoor Hardware MACK at 8 M SKY mgh The commencement orator very seldom speaks as mucb wistlom as tb senior class feels ENTRE WELL ADJVSTED Contentment s just a mal ler of hoping for the uest and making tile best of what you get FNAL 3 DAYS Semi-Annual SALE STOCK SUTS SPORTS)ACKETS" SLACKS Selected Groups of Accessories Op'" '0 daily AU SALES ""AL plcal'fl--7101'ton 92 Kercheval-On the Hill Tl 2112:;1 ATTENTON GOLFERS CLU'BS REG RPPED S200 ea THROUGH THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY CLUBS REFNSHED S500 ea WALTER HAGEN ULTRADYNE 4 WOODS 9 RONS S28S00 'PRO BALLS FROM SSO DZ Help Us an" Your Lawn" Hurry Order Deadline Feb 14th Grosse Pointe HGH SOUTH SCHOOL 'Moter's Club Scott's and Agrico - SUBSTA'NTAL SAVNGS TURF BULDER TURF BULDER (plus 2) HALTS_PLUS Vegetable Garden Fertilizer Agrico Fertitizer ON: LYNX 4 WOODS 10 RONS ZOD SPORTSWEAR WE ALSO HAVE TENNS EQUPMENT AND CLOTHNG THE SPORT' NOOK LTD 1845 FLEETWOOD 4 BLOCKS SO OF VERNER RD ACROSS FROM BONANZA :;;:::=FER:f:;L:ZEB- "SALcE rr / : ""'' Order forms will be mailed' to your home or pickup of 3 Branches 01 GP Library For further information call: MRS MARAN COYLE ANN )ltmars SALLY (HOWN Deadline for Receiving Orders Mon Feb 14th Delivered t Your Home on Sat MAR 26 (n Grosse Poinle) -The Man: Mike Dither Mike Dither Lincoln-Mercury The Car: S1!S Artists -(w-h-er-e--pa-ss-e-ng-e-r-ln-a-n-a-u2482 last yeu Dsplay Work to clied sho'rt1y after an acei Citing anotht'r example of dent) citizen participation Director "Youth with Pride" will be' Finally lhe overall total Marchand POnted out as prt the theme for an exhibit and of Part criines feu from miscellaneous parol actlv- sale of SOU[l High SchOOl 695 Lo in 1976 while the lties he ncrea;e m" 'other student art set for Sunday overall clearance rate went noncrtmmal conlacts from Monday January from 12 percent in 1975 to !;wo years ago percent last year lasl year Adele Zeron owner of the Under the Part cate Lke!! ncrease Grosse Pointe Gallery is gory vandalism offenses n Thi classification covers 1 donating use of her show the community showed a big the investigation of suspiciou51 rooms to the students far he decrease from 48'l two yeat's cars persons et a and in l\o-day event A reeepllon ago to 303 last year All valves residents calling the Will opel) the show on Suday breakdowns in the vandalism deparlmenl to report such ac- from 16 pm and continue classification showed de- livity "'d like to see this o Monday from9:30 am' clines:' to dwellings to olher area increase rather than de 530 pm buildings to vehicles vehi- crease -because it indicates The gallery is located in eles over lawns (falling by citizen concern" he said the Colonial Federal Buildillg 50 percent) and "other" Other 'Stats show that a to- ' 63 Kercheval avenue cases f '6 Calling this basically a ta o 83 2 rports were writ- The students' work 'ranges youth-oriented offense Di- ten n 1975 n co?aorl;on to through many media includ rector Marchand felt the 8228 las year re more ing textiles wood clay pho' Youth Service Division played time that stake!! wntmg re tography" oil acrylic and a strong role in the decrease ports the!s3l!"e 'W have w?lter color; Proceeds from " have to give the divuion to palrol sad Drector the sale will be split between some credit for this in rela MaTohand who oted that artists and the South High tion to their ta&s and meet- ose dg complalt reports art department' with students ngs with young people May- eat up lot of tme getting 90 percent Meanw!ule the dcp:lrt:ncn "" ":e are slarung to profit made more ambulance runs Coordinating the show is by the rapport which bas last year (437) than in 1975 Julia Meighan Adele Zeron been built up over the yeats" (383)" William Couzens and Mary he said On the firefighting front Beth Coyle Dog Problems otficers responded to 194 Citing the rise in driving alarms two years ago and under the influence of liquor 193 Jast year while Te-sponse offenses (58 in1975 '75 last to actual fires dropped from year) the director stated this 119 to 88 last year incre8'se indicated "llba-t my Deceptive ndical4lr gurs are working hatder" One civilian death was reo and thus is a l'ef1ection of ported dn 1976 (a house fire road patrol activity A big item -Direetor Mar- n SunningdaJe drive) while b e was reported -in 1975 c and stated s once ag Adjusted fire losses last dog complaints While such yeat were $48335 as against reports fell from 749 to 604 $ - last yealf (the maj'ority both lwo years ago While on the surface such a years being dog at large drop looks good Director cases) be said a lot of time Marchand quickly points out is spent responding to such th h aus-time that could be bet at c figures aren't the ter sp-ent in other areas best indicator with luck playing a big role Obviousiy the cooperation \ :As -an example he said a of 'citizens is sorely needed community might have only for U1is classifieation to fall one fire all year but severe Overall Part offenses moneta'j' damage results toppled from 2 in 1975 to while another city might have on hand to pledge their support for the tax as web GPEA President Doris Cook said the union's executive board will decide whether or not to support the campaign -at a meeting on Mon day January 31 :The teacher union asked the Board to propose a 43 mm ballot Mrs Cook said That figure is based on the tax rate the Board said it needed 1ast year to maintain current programs and staff ing The last date for tl'egistration for the shool elections will 'be ThtJ:rSday 10 February a dozen or more blazes where the combined total dollar damage falls short of the one huge fire nc '77 MERCURY MARQUS The Price: $4943 " " > " : İ " - ' ' Our 4-door is ten ways bigger than Buick Electra 225 Olds 98 Pontiac Bonneville and even Cadillac DeVille! MERCURY MARQUS 10 ways bigger'lhan the above full-size cars Based on Published MVMA specifications for 4 door models VST OUR SHOWROOM SEe THE COMPLETE LNCOLN-MERCURY FNE CARS -FOR" 1977 WTH ALL THESE FEATURES: Vinyl roof Power brakes- Rear fender skirts front discs 400-2V V-8 engine Steel-belted WSW Automatic transmission radials Power steering Deluxe wheel covers CONTNENTAL MARK V LNCOLN MERCURY -COUGAR MKE DLHER Lincoln-Mercury 130 KERCHEVAL ON THE HLL nc f D 5' $P2' )227777M7 \ $ 7 ' Z 21 he to

3 ' " " :: ' " < Thursday January GROSSE PONTE NEWS Page Three _ Park Office M de' G W Sk" 1'1 ' f POWER AND WSDOM A few self-righteous pcope 1" a e o'poral Library Gets$8000 rant Ollian ose8 S to lie even give aspirin a headache Park PatrolmanaDet WHo man f the Cook Ford HGod made the earth by Lady Godiva is coming to the Village Feb 9 1am Furtaw 35 has been Agency now 1cDonad East T T k Pt P A ChalConte road resident Tuesday January 18 llis power and wisdom lie promoted o the permanent at Kercheval and Harvard' 0 a e ar n rogram complaind to arms poliee T::e blue and orange skis stretched out t heavens by ran of umform corporal ef He was a member of the' that a pair of SklS poles and ' His understanding Comfec!lve a of 'Moday Janu Park Police Auxiliary before The Grosse Pointe Public lem (WOFLS) to receive a bindings she had stored on Wllh accompanymg equp pared to Him au men arc ary 24 it was dscloed by deciding to take up his career Library bas received an grant for tpe two-year pro- her enclosed fronl porch were ment weh' valed al $300 stupid beasts They have no Lt Gordon Duncan The new as a regular ouicer $8000 grant from the W K gram 5 to en sometime belween i The sports equipment was wisdom-none at all!" (Jere1 corporl Will serve a oneyear He is married to the former Kellogg J<'oundation of Baltle Grants 10 the system's ti Monday January 17 and insured miah 51: 15 17) i pr?ballonar perod bdore Jane Harris of Detroit and Creek to participate in the braries totaled $ rang bemg cerhflcd for the job they are the parents of four development of a statewide ing from $700 for lmal1 li Lt Duncan :said Cpl Fur children The family live ; in computer inrormaliunl i braries to $8000 for libraries :=-========taw will serve as a shift su- Detroit bl'ary network accordmg to serving ov('r residents '= pervisor and is the fkst to Cp! Furtaw wa t09 scorer William T Peters director and ar_e part or a $15 milli1l be e1evated to the permanent n a written and oral exami 'The Grosse Pointe Public statewide gant to 50 public rank Eventually each shift nation which was taken by Library is one of 56 member and academic hbranes by the [ ill have a corporal on a per- n('arly every member of lhe libraries of the Wayne oak' Kellogg FoundatOn manent bash to assist in a department land Federated Library Sys The Grosse Pointe Puplic supervisory capacity ----_ Library and 16 oher libraries i will pool $7000 of their grants The new corpora'l has been Tore h Starts Fire n House in a system fund 10 develop with the plainclohes delail a system-wide computer in working as patrolmandetee A two-alarm lire at the The blaze was confined to formation retrieval program tive since January home of Daniel GaiUey {f between the walls because of to speed up public access to : A native of Detroit he has 805 Trombley road on Satur the fast action of the firemen some three million books now a bachelor's degree in Poli e! day January 22 was be lie said the home owner ouse WOFLS member! Administration from Mercv lieved 10 have originated was usin the propane torch lbraries College and attended the D- w:len the owner of the house to melt the eave trough ice Major emphasis of the plan trail College of Law for t\\'o was using a propane torch to at about 3 :30 pm and did linked to _ existing wons and one half )'eas all while thaw ice in the eave trough not smell smoke until about computer operations will key orking with the department around the building said two hours later at which on the production of a Sys - Before joinin J ' ' Park Acting Fire Chip! David lime he phoned in the alarm lemwide catalog on micro!> e uepart Taylor The smoke first emitted from (orm listing books owned by l11ent on November Th -C't F' D t t Cpl Furtaw' '1' e Y re epar men te porch deck on the second member libraries Tile micro \\ as a car sa es- which automatically responds floor through to the outside form lists together with UNTANGLNG AR WAVES to an alarm from the Park Tile amount of monetary microfor readers will b and vice versa did so again dan:age is not known as this placd n all membr : Prroident Calvin Coolidge Chief Taylor said when the will ha 'e to be determined brane As a result hbranset out to untangle the air firefighters and equipment a'- by insurance adjustors the ans Wll be able to seaeh waves with his creation of rived at t:1(" scene at 5:41 chief said locate and secure matenals he Federal Radio Commis p_m smoke was billowing faster 'sion on February '7 from the top floor of the two f a local library doesn't The CommiSSion was charged story house The fire started Woods Okays have the book a patron wants with granting licenses and 811 in the walls of the upper a quick check by the librari locating power and position south -bedroom and second Three Requests an using the niicroform lists on the dia'! so there would be floor sunroom will confirm whether il's a minimum of interference The flames were difficult available in another WOFLS between the 732 stations then to reach because of the stone Three requests on the part library The lists wi be up- n operation Early broadcast structure of the building but of city of{icials to attend con dated as new books are add ing and receiving equiplnent fortunately fireightj!rs were ferences were approved by ed to the collections may be seen in the commun able to gain access and bring the Woods Council at its reg tcations -section' of Henry it under control within 10 ular meeting Monday JanU- n addition to microform F d M D bo - t th h' f'd ary 17 lists the WOFLS plan will Of uscum ear rn mmu es e c e sal A request from City Ad target on f'lture linkups with ministl'ator Chester E Peter other library systems in the sen to attend the 29th Annual state by exchanging micro- Management nstitute of the form lists and working out Michigan Chapter lnterna book loan arrangements with tional Management Assoc them on Wednesc'ayFriday Feb Future goals beyond micro: ruary 2-4 in Ann Arbor was form lists include possibte okayed Mr Petersen will direct access from libraries serve as chairman of one of to the computer Such access the panel discussions as 'part is not possible now but in of the program light of this some of the Meanwhile requests from pooled funds will be used to City ComptrollerA sse s s 0 r research new computer tech- Frederick G Hornfisber and niques and test equipment City Treasurer Helen L Fox n addition to benefiting to attend the annual gather from the system program the :-WE ARE READY TO SERVE YOU N 1977 _ as we have_ the past 27 years RCHARD DOll- DAVE DAVENPORT - elll ana rimmed 10 Y"'" specifications 01 no oddiliong/ charge Market This Week's Bell Ringers Prices Effective Jan and 29 CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY We Close Wednesdays at 1 pm HOEL STYLE WHOLE BEEF RB FULL 7 RBS CHNG BONE OFF SHORT CUT OVEN READY RB ROASS 1st 3 RBS LB $22 1st 4 RBS LB $19 5th 6th & '7th RBS lb $169 "THE ORGNAL" EXTRA Washington FANCY PEARS 27 t LB OfAniou SHRLEY SMTH SemiBone/ess STUFFED PORK LON ROAST OWA CORN FED BONELESS ROLLED PORK LON ROAST OUR OWN BULK PORK SAUSAGE (n A Cooking Bag) LB 79B 5169 LB FRESH CHCKEN LVERS 49 C lb 1lB ROLL 98 SOUFFER SPECALS TUNA 6: NOODLE CHL CON CARNE 11'h OZ 9 C EACH 8 3 /4 -OZ 69 C EACH ing of the Municipal Finance Grosse Pointe Public Library OHicers Conference April 17- will use the remaining grant 21 in Atlanta Ga was ap- funds for mail phone' and proved photocopying services and n each instance the coun conferences and workshops cil okayed the reimbursement relating to library network of necessary expenses to the mg officials Dr Russell G Mawby Kellogg Foundation president said "The grants are part of' 450 similar awards made to public and aca4emic01lege FANCY CALFORNA BROCCOL 68 t large Bunch university and community college-libraries throughout Michigan to link Michigan's libraries to the stale's reo gional library system centers state library services in Lansing and to national cata loging data bases "The Kellogg Foundation is confident that when the network system is in place first class service will be available to every citizen utilizing li brary resources" lulghty lal\tmer "Does not my word burn like fire? 'asks the Lord s it not like a mighty hammer that smashed the rock to pieces?" (Jeremiah 23: 29) SA VNGS FOR EVERYONE - VARETY OF SHOPS ': 2 for $25 30% off 4995 ($108o) pick up and delivery service Sanltone ertrfip Mlll'r Let our full-time professional seamstress re-fit and alter your wardrobe Replacement pockets for trousers broken zippers you name it we'll repair it Our Sanitone dry- brighter cleaning process makes your clothing and softer than new Call us today! NAGARA CLEANERS E WARREN Office and Plant Experiencing the Artists"< <:i lectures and slides will be presented through the Jacobson'S GfWSSf PONTE DEL FAST SERVCE AND LOW PRCES Ca1l WARREN oocQ WoC<odi SAVE $ SLCE SQUARE 12 slice family pizza PARTY TRAY with cheese & pepperoni Cheese and Pepperoni $350 1lol14991 PZZA 687 [l1li7671 _!"J:wo!!x':!r:j!:!J BETERMADE SAVE $100 POTATO CHPS " 69!ARGE PZZ C1lol_111Hz - $2 79 U1llt 3wltkclll '" ( (f'p(r"2/2177) Wtl tl '"'" (Expires 2/2/77) PACK18-oz HOMOGENZED COKE MLK $129 rut ta J:-pAiL-itS 109Co:" U1 dn a Pacb willi ce :;:J Two 1/2 gll ""on (fpir 212/77) (Ep"s ) N A CAR ';' fij9!ga-c OR CAR/BOAT Bn -: - - "on AC outdoors on car or boal ON A BOAT battery n-line icture Tube Speakers Bureau of the Detroit nstitute of Art on \ _ meas PORTABLE C9LOR TV Model _::j)/ 100% solid state! Plays at home $ ELECTRONC ENTERPRSES E WARREN AVENUE Wednesday mornings in February Join us in the St Clair Room for a continental breakfast before the 10 AM sessions by knowledgeable guest speakers February 2 Roberta Betz "Three American Artists Cassatt Whistler Sargent: sophisticates abroad" February 9 Zelma Horwitz "Realism Expressionism and Abstractionism ;'1J '?r- plus a mini tour of the paintings in the Detroit nstitute of Arts" February 16 Patricia Jehle "The mpressionists" February 23 Nancy Matisse "Famous Artists and their Masterpiecesin the Detroit nstit\>le of Arts" To reserve a place telephone ext 151 Add to your enjoyment by wandering through a special art exhibit in our St Clair Room Lobby j "j' h/k ': "1rf ' "'\"" e e_ e l - -a-a-' _- _

4 1 Paqp Four GROSSE PONTE NEWS _ / 6 Thursday January eL_ GP F ' C p Sl Fl' C G loll llt'er LESSON MUGWV'P arms me lcture OlVS uctuatlons a ed '00( t'era The fellow who a'iwayli fol The fellow who straddle; low; the dictalc'j of his own the fence 111aylive peaceably -T-h-e-ch-ic-f -n-o-tc-d--tn-a-t-lhe-c-h-l-e-f-f-er-b-e-r- -'-'T-h--s-w-a-s-a lowing local patterns first p:lllcl'l1s" 11l1 mcd Jl Chief onfcnlc s(clim dlives ;glll nevc'l" carry much (Continued from Page 1) motor vehieles (particularl)' CB radios) the mvestjgahve eo'rts of Burglarl Up our dtecljve stafc added According to thereport in the chef 1976 burglaries increased by Tll! increase in property 17 incidents (including at crimes during 1976 (inc1ud lempts) from 40 in 1975 to ing dollar losses) primarily 57 in 1976 The increasi'd in stemmed from two areas cidents Were directed towards First there was an increase businesses s c h 001 sand in shoplifting and second an churches as well as residen increase in larcenies from lial dwellings Sgt Jacob Reliles (Continued from Page 1) Sgt Jacob earned a number of deparlmental citations of merit including one in 1966 for the caplure of individuals in a stolen car and another last year when he assisted PSO John Frasard in the ap prehension of two burglary suspects During his early days with the department Sgt JlFob allended sel'eral police and fire training schools He took a course taught by Detrot Corporate Counsel Nate Gold stick "The Police OUicer and The Law" He also had three weeks oc basic and advanced 'fire training for command offi eel's at the University of Michigan in 1966 And in 1968 he completed a Federal Bureau oc nvestigation Fin gerprint School course n tbe same )'ear he was graduated from the Kodak Law Enforcement School of Photog raphy n 1969 he completed the Wayne County M edi c a Examiner's course in Homicide nvestigation He also attended and completed a number oc courses sponsored by the Greater Detroit Fi:e Bielifz Named Library Head Gerda E Bielitz has been named to replace Arthur W'Jo1dford as chief of The r i n t e Library's Central ran c'h effective Monday February 7 ' Mr Woodford who was wllh the system for three years resigned the post to take over the Saint Clair Shores public library system Miss Bielitz has been with Pointe libraries since 1959 She's held her present posi tion as head librarian of the Park-Branch since 1964 Sliteceived her BA degree in Music from Yale Univer sity"and her Mastrs in J brary Science from Case Western Reserve most interesting trend de repeat oc 1975 when one neg noted in l!lh There was a F<rH'r "The economic stat n mse _l1l_own veloped in 1976 im'olving ligent ihomic:de was com '12 percent rcuu('lion in 1974 us and narcotic addiction rate larcenyby-trick was the reo milled by a hitandrun drunk and a 28 percent decrclisc in of the metrop';!ilall area w1l appearance of the "pigeon driver who struck and killed 1915 play an mpurtant role n drop" Farms Pollee Officer Ken- "A J) > this egllrd neth Pine" S8 ora pro J elll 1l'll! "W' are worri('(1 about the "Four such crimes were narcotlc use and ld<!cllllll inrrc' in " crimes against investigated d 1 r in g 1916 The report showed there 'ncreases hal'e heromc it ) le'[' nd holc to l'educe (three 'attempts one actual) were two kidnapings in The wing of the past" said Chid' :l'! Cj h laying the resulting in a $10000 loss to f'arms n 1975 while there }<'erber "While 11'ny {adul's 0 e nes { pass''e a resident" said the ('hid was only one in 1916 t in undoubtedly Jl\Y'( 11 rn1" in i groul1' \VOl' r a 'lln "While the detective bureau volved a 10yearold Ciy my opinion the rrc!ucililns cnlll1 )n'\'('n On prootr ' 'd t bd d h'l an mprove our opera LOna ha: obtained warrants for : a ucte w e Ol were due maly to tlw :111 ability with regard to misrel the arrest o{ the can artists Y home from school tude and adlon of 1)( al llmeous police sen'ices with they have not yet been ap Ransomed {or $48000 he sch?ols plus the effolt nd speed enforcement and ani prehended" youth was able to fre hm actons of lhe Gose Olnle mal conlrol rating high on lvenngs G" TV 1'744 EAST PE AND GWOU PONJES Nel C & coes require tllat your property " updted prior to selling or re r8ltinc njoy this improye' Mt lrilc you irf UYing in your Hille UPDATE YOUR BATHROOM KTCH N PLUMBNG and RECTRC ALL HOME & OFFCE SERVCES NCLUDNG WALL WASHNG CARPEl CLEANNG AND PANTNG! CARPET' CLEANNG SPECAL! 200/0 DSCOUNT on everything over 600 sqft 15% DSCOUNT on everything over 200 sqft ' CAll & petonnelrelnsured aje" nby DR A P RY tor Vitale ception of one against a 10<"81 npmg an S curren y concerned a mounting drug e a n e rs CLEANNG lighters Assoc There were seven bomb elf and teleponed hs lam Youlh Servce D'lslOn i the list" Sgt Jacob's departure not threats during 1976 com who told hun to run and Mounting Concern i _-- - _- - --' only saddened the membel'ls pared to five in 191 The hl'e defendant in the case "While we in thc Poiutes De i oc the Shores Public Safety threats were all directed was arrested pled gllilty to appear to be Ollt of the \\ oods Department but also Direc toward schools with the ex- k'd' 'd' t1 as far as hard narcotcs are C "} feel a deep sadness that bank by Richard students servmg seven to 15 year problem exists with regard Dan's illness has forced him and one against a business sntence n the state peneten to marijuana usage and al NATURALPETROLEUM SOLVENT to retire 1 have worked with br a disgruntled employe ljary cohol consumption" said CLEANNGSOFT GENTLETHOROUGH him for many years For 10 No actual bombs were dis- l'sd Praised Chief Ferber who added an NO SHRNKAGE 2001 years we were scout car covered during 1976 nor There was one successful increased combined usage of Sizing C<>rnj)OOOOAdded Returning Fabnc 10 Original 10 OFF Texure - No Extra Charge - Hand F<llde<l Qecoralor partners We moonlighted on were any bomb threat extor suicide in 1976 as compared the two drugs has \}een PleaS F;;" :; E Cau7TES SALE ENDS FEB 5 the \Same jobs together and lions attempted or perpe to four in 1975 Last year noted --" generally enjoyed everything!rated saw seven attempted suicides "While we hall an overall DRAPERESDYED PR together" the director said 1 Bike TheUs Down the same number as in 1975 good year in 1976 crime in WA During 1976 six arson in The Farms may be exljected KERCHEVALGP E WARREN E JEFFERSON 211JU2S1THR:;8l!CLSH "We both feel "!e arc for- Bicycle thefts continued t f t f d ATMARYLAND ATBEWCK AT ALTER tunate tobe worki for V their fiveyear declille with cidents were investigated as 0 0 ow na lona an area Our 35th Year' lage officials and clj:zeluiwo 152 inoidents reported in compared to eight in 1975 always expressed apprecla 1976 as compared to 182 in According to the report the tlon for our services This is 1915: 1916 incidents all involved or something bard to findin Malicious destruction to were believed to tave insome communities property (MDP) also de valved youngsters under 10 "Don and have spent e1ined in 1976 Crom 240 in years oc age or mentauy dis man)' lonely Oghts and many cidents in 1975 to 177 inci turbed persons Four of the busy nights too patroling dents last year six offenses were cleared the Village streets together ''There were no murders in with reference to the Youth That is why it is so hard to 1976 but there was one neg Service Division or professee him leave" Director Vi- tigent homicide in'the Farms sionsl psychiatric care tale said "We workd great involving a hitand'l'un drunk According to Chief Ferber together am going to miss driver wbo killed a loyear narcotic drug law arrests his jolly disposition as will old boy ridng his bicycle and investigations declined the rest of the department alodg Lakeshore road" said by 28 percent in 1976 folpersonnel "Don was a good officer and is a good friend We have been very close' since he joined the force and we ha\'e a great deal of respect for each otber We au wish him the best of luck and pray his health will improve" Sgt Jacob said that h(;' wll spend a week in Florida from January 25 February 2 visiting relatives and friends and then will return home to take tbings easy The sergeant's department al colleagues -are holding a retirement party for him on Thursday Februry 3 at the Barrister House Har per St Clair Shores begin ning at 7 pm with refresh ments Dinner tarts at 8 pm All of Don's friends or any one wishing to participate in honoring hm are invited Tickets are $12 apiece and may be obtained at any of The Pointe police stations and at Harper Woods police bead quarters REMODEL NOW! Less treasury stock shares at cost 608Qo2 Total shareholders' equity ' TOTAL $]81X W-atNZE'- -Bu&- 'dj ADDTONS \)"::l RODELNG SNCl " Resolve to Learn Tennis Today at the EASTPONTE RACQUET CLUB! New Clinics for Adults and Juniors Begin the Weeks of Jan 30 through Feb 26 3 FEATURNG: Professional nstruction Only 5 people per class per court Morning afternoon and evening classes 4 5 Practice time Video Tape analysis Ball Throwing Machines 4 WEEKS 1-1/2 HOURS PER WEEK NNE MLE ROAD MEMBERS: $4200 '-94 and NNE MLE NON-MEMBERS: $4800 EAST DETROT HEAD PROFESS/ONAt""::' GARY BOQENMLLER' 'ASS/STANT::ROGEA'THURMAN-- : NNE' MLE RD -'PHONE \ ': 1 " : ' ; li- " ' DETROTBANK CORPORATON CONSOLDATED BAL4NCE SHEET DECEMBER : ':<6fjjj '' ;' >:<?'>: :' " " - ' -- : ' ''''' ::' ' ' " '' " " ' :: "'" ' " '" ' ASSETS Cash and due from banks $ Time deposits with other banks U S Treasury securities U S Government agency securities State and municipal securities Other securities Total securities _ Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell Commercia loans Real estate mortgage loans '" '" Consumer installment loans ' Tota loans Less valuation portion of reserve for loan losses Net loans Premises and equipment _ Customecs' liability on 2ccept'lnces _ Other assets '" TOTAL '" $ LABLTES Demand deposits $ Savings and person:lltime deposits Other time deposits _ Hi6925OOO Deposits in foreign offices Total deposits Federal funds borrowed and secucities sold under agreements to repurchase 1740'>"000 Commercial paper outstanding and other borrowed fund!> Acceptances outstanding Other liabilities Totalliabihties SHAREHOLDERS' EQUTY Preferred!;tock-no par value; fioooooshares authorized ntne issued ' Common stock $10 par value 4 500Ooa share a!i1crizea shares isued :n shares ssueri n 19i 5 Surplus _ Retained earnings Total OO BOARD OF DRECTORS E A CafJero President-Chrysler Corporation Walker L Cisler Retired Chairman- The Detroit Edison Company i Frank A Colombo ' Retired Executive Vice Presldent- The J L Hudson Company il i1 ; i Rodkey Craighead President Louis A Fisher Director Hugh C Daly Vice Chairman- American Natural Resources Company Walter B Ford Chairmanford & Earl Design Associates ncorporated Edward J Giblin President-ExCetlO Corporation Oscar A Lundin Retired Vice Chalrman- General Motors Corporation " Donald R Mandich : ; Executive Vice President- The Detroit Bank and Trust Company 'j Jame McMillan Director Pau? S Mirabito Prosident-Burroughs Corporation ":1 Eo Joseph Moore President- Detroil Sail Bearing Company 01 Michigan ' Paul W O'Maliay Chirman and Presdent- Essex nternational ncorporaled : :w:nghtalrrng K Lynn Pierson ' Retrt'ld Chairman-Dura Corporation Robart f Roelols ;1 President- i Macomb County Community College ' ' Alen E Schwartz Semor Partner- Honigman Miller;Schwartz jl W Werren Sheldan DireGlor C Boyd Slockmeyar Chairman and Cohn " il Arbie O Thalacker Charrman-!! [)elrex Chemica! 1"1Llslries ncorporated ' Clevelnd Thurber H Counsel- M!ler Ca "field Paddoc and Stone Herbilrt B Trl Director- The Stndard Products Compeny William R V President-Wal>eak Corporation : ' DETROTBANK CORPORATON '» est en n r Z' n'tr -'tn' bs' "s bro 4 ' it

5 ----- t Thursday January G R 0 SSE PO 'N TEN E W S Page Five Ski Hi Club Plans Trips Officia's View Hydrant Placetnent Woes in GPW By George Polgar 1( When' 14' yar - old Kurt JOl'quc of Anita l\vc'nue ap peared before the' Woods Council a few weeks 'ago to call altention to a number of hazardously ptaced munici pal fire hydrants he: was lauded by Mayor Benjamin W Pinkos for hi civic spirit lie also was told that the council would review his complaint and take action as necessary The gist of he complaint is that there is a fire hydrant so close to the driveway of Kurt's home that it is only with the' greatest of care that a car can slip in and out without being seriously damaged And this situation exists in or 80 other locations depending on whose estimate one uses Tu move all the hydrants at a cost of $450 each would leave the city wilh around a $30000 bill While Mr Pinkos stated at the meeting that this problem seems to be the resp(lnsibility of the city which he!still maintains the price tag is the major obsta c1e to a quick solulion Though Mr Pinkos has ex' pressed his concern' in this matter his personal opinion is not an official acknowl edgement of responsibility for the city " City AdminJstralor Chester E Petersen reports that the decision to move the hydrants is 3 qt:e:;tion of coun cil policy to be established collectively "The existing council pol icy governing this kind of situation leaves the responsibility for moving the hy drants to the homeowner" he said As Kurt noted in his original letter to the council' his mother Marsha Jacque a divorce'e with four children can ill afford the $450 cost Nor can she afford the reo pair' bills she has had to pay after dam a gin g her car twice because of the obstruction; When contacted by the NEWS Mrs Jocque ex plained that the repairs for her' car have cost several hundred dollars She also named a half dozen instances whel) people coming to her ' hom'e have sustained colsid- -:- eralie damage to their cars "t isn't j m baving 1 problems' getting in' here" Trial Date Set n Robbery Case Suspect Arson n Trailer Fire 1\rs Jocque said "Before Arson was the cause of a Ure which destroyed a huge we moved in the previou semi-t'railer nearly filled owners had a garage sale with old newspapers parked and a number of people ran in the lot of Trombly School into the hydrant pulling in on Sunday January 23 and out \ The trailer wa5 loaned to "My babysitter has darn the!school's Boy Scout Troop aged her car and a boy in 86 for its paper drive the neighborhood came up Acting Park Fire Ohief the drive and wrecked the David Taylor who said it side of his brand new car appeared that the papers in Every time the repairs cost the t-railer smoldered before a few hundred dollars" bursting into flames be Mrs Jocque also pointed ieved the fire was deliber ately set and may have been out that the approach to her started by vandals driveway is so high that most people do not even see the He said when firefighters hydrant until they hit it and equipment arrived at the scene at 6;56 am" tjhe trail When asked 'about the pos er was completely engulied sibility of the city -being lia in flames t took approxible for these damages City mately 38 minutes to wash Attorney George Catlin said down the fire that the drivers are legally The chief stated the trail responsible er was loaned to the scouts Mr Pinkos has stated re' by Goodw!U ndutries for the peatedly he feels the situa paper drve t s suspeced ti{)n with these hydrants is that te paper was set af're very serious and demands omehme early Sunday morn the attention of the council mg " believe that something t wa'> impoo>ible to save must be done and\hat some- the trailer which wals com thing will be done but the pletely gutted Chief Taylor C<luncil has to work out a added course of action" he said WONDERFULLY GOOD "Unfortunately we can only choose a CO\lJ\'lethat will be "Great is His faithfulness; applicable to all cases f we His loving kindness begins afresh each day My soul replace one hyrant for Mrs claims the Lord as my in J{)cque because she contends heritance; therefore will she can't afford to pay to hope in Him The Lord is ave t ove every{)e else wonderf\luy good to those m a Smlar Stuation Wll say who wait for Him to those they c-an't pay either who seek for Rim't is good "U we ty to decide forlboih to hope and wait quietly example that any hydrant f{)r the salvation of the Lord" within 45 inches of a drive- (Lamentations 3: 2326) way should -be moved we'll have people coming in <say ing that 'hydrants 48 inches away should be moved as well "And then there will always be people who will say that the city should riot spend $30000' to move fire hydrants" Mr Pinkos 'admits he does not know how the problem will be resolved And for that matter he and other council members are curious about h{)w so many fire hydrants were ever placed so awkwardly in the first place Don't mistake your habits for character-folks with the most character always \Seem LEASNG LEASECu OF AMlEl!lCA nc KELLY RD The Center'L> Ski Hi Club wood Canada on Friday for' Teens has two more February 18 at 4 pm twinight trips scheduled to 'through Sunday February 20 Pine Knob on Fridays Feb llt 1\ pm rual'y 11 and March 4 Price fo' h 1V('t'k('lld h Early registration for the $?5 This in;udes round!-rip' trips is advi>ed and appre- hlgh\'ay bu i tran'llortatlon ciated both by the Center and lodgll1g at Blue Mountan the ski lodge operators who Lodge mals all area wee must plan for the numbc':'ls e:td 11ft cket and supervlexpected Slon Skng loiurance for $250 for the weekend is man- The twinight trips leaving datory at 4 pm and returning y Only a few o!>enings remldl1lghl cost $775 TllS main for his trip and a Jim covers roud tjp bus trans ited number will he accom portton 11ft hckebs and SUo modated Deposi should be pervlslon made at the Center office 32 Equipment rentals to memo Lakeshore road bers are $350 and g1roup les 1rembel'-"hip in Ski Hi is som are $125 Special skiing $5 a season insurance for $1 is manda _ lory T'S THE TRUTll A final allinclu!5ive ski t seem as though it's weekend for Ski Hi members worth more to live today than grades nine-12 i> scheduled yesterday-at least it co>ts to Blue \fountain Colling- more Grosse Pointe Artists Association Schedules Show at University- Liggett School in February An art show featuring the work of members of the Grosse Pointe Artists Association will be held at University Liggett School from February 1 through February 28 The show will consist of works in various media including oils watercolors pastels and pen and ink All will be available for purchase The exhibition will be held in the lobby of University Liggett's upper school on Cook Road during regular school hours The public is invited MAY>BE FOR YOU! 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6 ' ț j i Page Six EMS Laws Blasted {Continued from Page } will be necessary jut to store a new vehicle Shores Public Safety Di rector Joseph Vitale finds him3elf in a similar bind with the new regulatilms "After you tally it all up it will probably cost as much as $ jut to train the El\1Ts" he said "When you consider we only make 100 runs a year the cost per trip become> ridiculous don't know where the money is going to come from" Director Vitale said a de cision on the matter rests with the council but discon tinuing the service is a defi nite possibility Woods residents may begin receiving bills for their am bulance rides as a result of the new legislation Director of Public Safety Henry Mar chand predict Allhough The Wood;' am bulance will probably satisfy the new standards training requirements will be more Obscenity Woods Police Hire Officers Two new ouicers were selected last week by Public Safety Director Henry Marchand to join the department in what turned out to be "a small world" in the competi tive arena Both Carl P Schuster and James DaDeppo went' to school (ogether at North High School and originally didn't know they were competing (along with over 40 appli cants) for two openings in the department As it turned oul both classmates were selected Director Marchand said the new recruits will enter basic police school at the Criminal Justice nstitute on Monday January 31 After they com plete their estimated eight weeks training they will reo port for duty Officer Schuster a Woods resident is single and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Michi gan State University Officer DaDeppo who lives MSLEADNG in Madison Heights is mar- t is the triumph of hope ried and has one daughter over experience that induces He's cur r e n t y attending many people to try to beat Wayne Slate University where another man at his own he's a senior majoring in game Criminal Justice au residents of the Polntes is involved h parades carni vab blkeathom and clown mows During the Bice:ltennial yea'r -the corps participated in over 25 aotivities including PO N T N E W'S a variety ot parades On June 24 the young people cele brated its first anniversary while holding the first award night At that llime Robert Rau was selected to receive the clown of the year award :;' (t;= ' During the Thanksgiving :t) Day' parade MrKeuhnel and ;\h;!\farti Held portrayed clowns r and reportedly' had a great i "\'" time GROSSE Clown Corps to Hold Drive Coming o!l a big year of difficult to meet in next activity the Grosse Pointe B1 year's budget he said centennial Clown' Corps is Meanwhile Farms and now making plans for a vlg Park fire ouicia'ls said they orous 1977 with a new memo expect theit cities will be her drive on saturday Feb able to «)mply with the new ruary 26 at the woods Mu law without much problem nicipal B'uilding Mack Extra Strain avenue beginning at 1 pm Both Farms Ohief Warren Schultz and Park Chief Phil lip Costa have already sent men to E\fT classes Chief Schultz!Said' he has applied for federal funds to help {i nance a new fullyequipped ambulance The Park's plig:ht may be easier because of a minimum $40 per run charge to the it citizens that has been in effect since September 1975 Nonetheless spokesmen for all five Poiates agree that the bills put an unfair and unnecessary strain on local governments n The Pointe they a!'gue hoopitats are so close that most runs take five minules or less leaving no time for paramedical treat ment in transit " think the intent of the bih is good' when it's directed at communities where hospi tals are very il'emote and at some of these f1ybynight EMS operation" said Direc- (Continued from Page 1) tor Marchand against the possibility of 10- "But they pass these laws cal theaters showing Xrated up in Lansing telling you to movies" said Mr Solak do this and that and don't "t evolved from that point ever 5ay where the money to We had our city attorney pay for it all is going to come draft legislation drawn upon from" he added a similar ordinance recently Defent;1s Laws passed in Harper Woods The idea of what is 'obscene' has Rep William Bryant said been a problem for a long he iad tried to no avail to time but a few years ago the amend the bills to take the Supreme Court left the def financial burden off local inition up to local govern governments ments "t's sort of a habit that "The ordinance could cause governments have though a lot of grief if anyone wanted of telling the next guy down to pursue the idea of what to provide a service and pay has 'literary merit''' con- for it too" he 'Said tinued Mr Solak "f an of- Licen'sing chief for the fender is convicted and then state's Emergency Medical appeals the case could drag Service Division Joseph Hull on forever" defended the new laws say The "Catch22" aspect of ing they would only drive the ordinance lies in the thoe services out of business murky area oc what is "ob that should be driven out scene" and "pornographic" "The argument that 'we're Published in full in the Jan only five minutes from a hos uary 20 edition of the NEWS pital' doesn't hold water any the measure'determines that more because it'ls the fy1st the lest for cases falling un four to six minutes after der the ordinance would be heart failure for instance as follows: whether the aver that a're vital" he said age person applying contem "After that -amount of rorry community standards hm balo damage oceurs would find that the work p so t s mpo:tanl that treal peals to puri"nt interests' de- men be avadable as soon as " ' possble" Plcts?r descrbes sealn? Mr Hull added that his induct 10 a patently fe spection department will) be way; or whether the wor dollble'd next year to insure taken as a whole lacks sen- t' f ''t' ous literary artistic political proper mspec on 0 ac les or scientific value Views Violations "Currently popular maga zines such 3S 'Playboy' 'Oui' 'Penthouse' and 'Playgiri' all fall under this ordinance" said Chief Ferber "and tech nically they violate the ordinance The saving factor in th66e cases is that the 'ob scenity' of these magatines would have to be determined by our ('ourt "Before going that far our prosecuting attorney would review the cases to determine if they 'w'ere' worthy of sub milling to the- court t would help determine the difference between 'hard core literature' and magazines generally ac cepted today" he said "Copies of the ordinance have been sent 10 au busi nesses in our area that sell publications We don't expect mass crack downs in the fu ture but we would li)le the businesses to review their publications f they have any questions all they have to do is call me" said the chief The ordinance will go into effect on Thursday 10 February We need more clown; be cause in lhe summertime one of our actlvities is a clown water show at the Woodl3 park said Arthur J Kueh nel corps chairman Those who are in the first throllgh 12th grade and who would like <tojoin the corps should call 1M Kuehnel at 'The group which is open to COLOMBO Farms resident Richard F Colombo has been named as sistant divisional merchan dise manager for Hudson's Rainbow Budget Store fash ion accessories children's PROMOTED and intimate apl)'8re He was formerly a buyer of Miss Detroiter swealers and co ordinates Mr C 0 10m b 0 joined Hudson's in 1965 as an executive trainee RCHARDS BROWN-Agent "For All YOlr F 1y NSURANCE NEEDS" 13 KERCHEVAL onfhshi ::: '::' USPOME:lll7 OME: STATE farm NSURANCE COMPANES lne 1fce: Mlqltt lhb SlA A'''M NSlllANC Thursday Jarluary BLOWN NSULATON n any walls & ceilings upay BACK N i HEATNG SEASONS" Fur Coat Comfort & Cool Shade Comfort SUDRO NSULATON SNCE Ji:??:'j7 ("' -:-';i; ; 1\ :- ''6 " ' ' ' " r "" '""oj "> J ' PAMON OLDSMOBLE E Jefferson ":::'::::::t' Phone: Grosse Pointe A l trsps???? 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7 Clul 5 SPP;;p» p p ; '4 FP#PPP'PPPFFP'''' Thursday January 27 '977 t s along the line of least The people who take time NHS C wrecks come to the right conclusion K W eep nnng " resistance we find most to study a problem usually agers GROSSE PONTE NEWS Page Seven _ Woods Seeks feetin!! ' W th Sh F d S i ee eut toral college row ores on 00 lng DENNY'S KEY SHOPPE ndys!riolcommercial Residentiol- 5ales Service nstallo1ions! Doors lacks dosures - DeadlocksCombination Changes-Moster Key 5ystems- Fire Exit Hardware EMERGENCY SERVCE Whittier Now through Saturday SALE Miss J'S Leather Softies The one and only institu1 Your chance for advance Slates lion that guarantees 1t5 grad'l men! lies in yoor doing your C J k W k uales a position is the elec best work loday-not tomor The Neighborhoo:1 Club is A feasibility report retating that the council requc5ts the sponsoring a cross country to flooding conditions in sev trustees "10 initiatc an im ski weekend for young adulls cral areas of The Woods may mediate investigation as on F'ridaySllnday January THROUGH Ff8RUARY14 be considered by the council previously requested into 283U intercstcd adlllls must r at its regular mecting Mon such Clooding problems as al be at least 19 years old or a 'TURE'S SNACK N THE BACK day February 7 reported legedly caused by the develop rollege freshman NA City Administrator Chester men of rcsidntial property" The weekend will be held ercheval _ 88659' 9 E Petersen last week wlthm the Vllage near rons at Caml) Martin K Originally!scheduled to be t requests that proper ac Johnson in the Manislee Na Save on No/ural viewed at the Monday Jan tion be laken to require the tional forest The area offers HONEY FROZEN YOGURT uary 17 meeting (and earli developer of such property miles of excellent cross coun 'F C er ones Cor that matter) the to provide adequate rear yard lry skiing in and around the 5 Yogurt rozen one completion of the report has drainage and grading in camp BUY ONE _ GEl ONE FREE n Elizabethan limes when beer and wine were having pomts own wet mto he been delayed most recently order 10 prevent any storm Th' 'eekend package in V h cvp"" "'" a he}' da' ill England tht' wllter was lot fit to drink gaavemreagwel ad27 ' P omt3s0coflngt because of City Engineer waler runoff from entering de 'l1'k Friday eve While you're here try our de!i"ou nomemode dally SOUp Larry Pate's illness properties locatcd within The C es h s ac 1St d ' d \\" d h an t h ree pom so row vegetable salads fresh vegetable "Ces and prolem Will(' wus SuusHtute 'D u('('ompulll(' un(' and games to his credit Q nmg tree mea s a r ay d' h s n relation to tbis the Woods and breakcast Sunday Basic " e h The Cuslom MARLlT brand BRill FOR THE LOOK AND FEEl OF REAL BRCK! 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Beforedeciding on $1398 any single brick see Marlite brick panels-feature forfeafure ftle bes Man-made masonry 8 SQ FT ; See MaditCii brand Roxite Brick now at '" :: u: '" 8 Y2 'Co "' :: Culling FREE DEMONSTRATON by the Corp THS SAT JAN am to 2 pm > Formica Vallies fijh\"ork rard\\'o()ds rr E Warren at Somerset Free Parking Daily 8 am6 pm Sat 'ti14 pm Young Skaters Join Tourney Coach Lyle ireaner's hck ey Sentrys :beat the Comets 5-4 on Sunday January 25 at the Grosse Pointe Com munity Rink to capture the honof of being the local rep resentative to the Squirt House Division District Tour nament February 513 at the Warren Arena Encouraged by a fine effort by goalie Matt Spatafora the Sentrys fallied several times to come from behind and forge ahead on a goal by Bobby Rogers with 1:28 left in the final perloc Goalie Spatafora received an assist on the Sentrys' third goal Members of the victorious Sentrys include Mark Blake William Bock John Bourget Chris C16gg -and Marc Cor mier r More afe Joey Cueter Steve Harris Brad Heavner :tl Bobby Higby Stan Jelic Chris Murray Nicholas Ra faill Bob Rogers Matt Spat afora and Robert Young They are coached by Mr Heavner and Pierre Cormier and are managed by John Young The Sentrys are sponsored by Radke's Hardware and Hockey Center By Bob Evanskl The North High Green and Gold snatched two more wins last week Crom the vic tory tree as they maintained their perfect noloss record in basketball aelion North made it 10 ns in a row Tuesday January 18 n some countries in Europe wine is almost used when they clubbed Fraser as a substillile for 'ater Wine is scned to people of 6&-50 Paing the triumpb all ages at all meals ex('epl for' breakfast of courst' was senior ceter Bob n En/i:lulld his custom has all old and practical base Brwn who hit!or 22 dinner Tht'f(' was pl('nty of it und it wa inexpellsi\'t' ' "'oun Willt" ill thost" davs was favored o\'er th( old Hot shooting guard Dave and one \'t'ar old wine as tht' most highh priz('d of Beyer aded 18 points!wo E d ' ' d h'" above hs average Bran a ng an ers 0 t e lime rnjoye elr wme so mul' 1 Patmon had seve as' t h at t nt"ver ate( 011(:\ ''h()ug h thi' c POP" aluhl n n SlS s Shakespeare's da\ was one lenth of what il is todav The Norsemen outscored the Brilish impo'rted llore wine than the'" do n(j' Fraser 1910 in the second quarter and raced to a 33 Enjo' win! al your lable - t)altke's PAlT' 22 halftime lead which was SHO--E t 72:>5 Mack eorner of S Lillir HH'i-062fl never rclinquished fealures'a fine seleclion of inexpensive bul good half Then on Friday January gallon and gallon table wines to enhance your dining 21 Norsemen fans were We will be hal))y to guide' you in selet'ling the right treated to more of the same wine to suit 'our taste and ('omplement your meal when the Lancers of L'Anse Open: Mon-Thurs; 'ri Sal' CreUSE were trounced f NE WlSJOU: The onetwo scoring punch of Brown and Beyer was To rid ice of odor when ;sillg it in drinks rinse once again the deciding fac it quickly under cold water tor as they netted 24 and 22 points respectively Others playing notably well were forwards Doug Langs and Bill Mestdagh Langs as al ways was a strong rebounder at his own end but also picked up some key buckets following his attack on 1he offensive boards Meanwhile Mestdagh bad a steady game playing for the injured Jim Pam'ling Ziemiecki :;::! The game was close <5 throughout the first quarter and partly into the second 2" before North went 10 points ahead The Norsemen simply out ran the Lancers from this :l point and eventually cruised :' to a 5035 advantage at half time Coach Ray Ritter's squad who were ranked number one in the Metro East Area by the "Detroit News" last week now claim a 6-0 record in the BiCounty League and ll'() overall They face South Lake Fri day January 28 in an away game beginning at 8 pm Just do as you please and then try to assure your con cience that everything you do is right council on the 17th received Mr Catlin said he feels instruction tll'o day 'of ski $' eo"n Good Fob 14 a leter from M J Messer the problems could be cleared ing Cutl equipment renlal'" _ 0;ill _ semldt of Van K drive up by spring vi1eciting his and' lodging also is included r diai which S one of the thorough hope {or a SPlflt of coopera The club will help arrange fares (along with Perrien tion with Shores officials car pools ' place) which was stongly over this mailer lc's also 'rl f h k <1 NATURE S BEST - Health Food Store affected by the heavy flood scheduled to set up a meeting e pnce or e 11 ee n ing late last July between both ('ommllnitie to pack_age S $35 not mcludmg Kercheval Mr Messerschmidt sought explore the situation trallpo tatlon ( you have ' your o\\'n equpment the lave 15% OFF an updatd repor! from cty He said the overall prob ;veekend price is $21 A cur W;h 'h" co"pon officials m relahon to the lern is twofold First Mr renl club membership also the council sent a resolution system and second the wa The tnp S limited to 12 Favorite Vitamin Rowand rennetle$$ cheees to the Village in relation to ter rnoff proble15 from in?ividuals so inlercsled grain nuts iuice and lea$ (juices not included) rain water runoff problems lots in the Village skiers should sgn up 1m Ceupoo GMo thou 14 expeienced by yan K and n response Shores Vii mdiatcly -: 0 _ Pernen place ctizens lage Superintencl"nt Thomas - or further information -_-- The resolution indicated K Jefferis said that he and call that the problems stem from Mr Petersen have talked an apparent difference in about the problems and when grade lj!vel between devel the latest resolution is re oped lots and lots in the ceived the trustees will be rocess of 'being developed apprisd of it area which borders The Pate is exploring sewer reo is required ($5) OREWDE Shores Early last August liec to lower pressure in the m The Shores Mr Jefferis indicated that n a atlt;mpt o reacl a the lots in question have rear concluson n this matter yard drainage another resolution was draft na final nte M;' Pate's e and approved by the coun report also is scheduled to do to send 'ftlong to The give some attention to flood h res ing problems in the areas of Citing the problems exper Bournemouth Raymond and ienced place by Van K and Perrien residents during the Linville' ' _ spring runoff and heavy rainfall llie resolution notes such problems particularly in rear yards abutting The Shores appear to be caused in part by <3 lack of sufficient drainage in areas developed and under development in The Shores As a result the Woods Council solicits the concern and cooperation of Village trustees to assist in alleviat ing the problem if possible The resolution also says 1h'Sf"' GOODfifAR CADLLAC OWNERS TRE SALE F 32 ALL WNTER RADAL SALE Boys' and Girls' 1914 "' 19'1 'illac ormen ny LR FOR$188:' 1Mi iotwrin & -1Mdt tnwtoeery GR 7815 T0 llww'lfvl- 4 For $240 tu _ipe4 hlsfll4l Balanced & Mounted 6uUtlae 8333 Eleven Mile Road Warren OPEN MON:ANtlTtlUS EVENNGS &r_"-_ UV't "O\U "0" Wll' rll OPEN THURSDAY AND FRDAY EVENNGS tjacov'on' - ' ': :-':"S' " HOME MADE GERMAN STYLE KNOCKWURST from WNTER SAUSAGE CO 'i39 JB HOME-CURED SMOKED BilCON SUCED s1"u Sl29 LB Remember }'our Fal-'orite Swef"theart with a Valentine C) HEART C> f'rem t Famol" CUD) "'TC"":"'i 01' Morley Candy MR TURKEY TURKEY BREAST BONELESS-FLLETS *149 'B PARTAllY BONED CORNSHROC( HENS FRYNG FRESH GRADE "A" CHCKEN LEGS & THGHS 49'B FRESH- WHTE SPECAl ftshrooms '2"9 Svff'" willi EACH Wi k & Moshr_ 9BB Oxford Lo-Boot Puffed Leather Sport Shoes $14 $16 Enjoy exceptional savings on hi Casual comfort is yours at or 10 buttery-soft alpine tan savings on these lined shoes with padded collars pigskm sportsters with padded ankles linings and action-ready crepe and flexible crepe wedge soles soles Boot or oxford styles in Both in alpine tan; for 6-10 Narrow and 4-10 Medium sizes FROM OUR 1OY2 to 3 sizes $13 31h to 6 sizes $15 6 Y2to 7Y2 sizes $17 Ja:cobsons 2 HOURS FREE PARKNG JACOBSON'S WLL VALDATE YOUR TCKET WWW ticsc S Fecarm' d \ 1 " Ce nc«n en t s_ ««' 11 ) '

8 F "2*' P 4 4 '" u= ' Page E 'g u WEEKDAY HOURS MON TUES WED THURS 9 AM to 7 PM FRDAY 9 AM to 8 PM SATURDAY 9 AM to 6 PM Prices Good thru Tues Feb 1st We esorve the right to Limit quonwies KRAfl'S BOUE RADSH C SAlJCEJAR PCK 0' CHCK CHCKEN PARTS USDA CHOCE 'LAMB CHOPS BONELESS BLAnE CUT PORK BUTT ROAST Y4LON - PORK BBOWN alce 9 TO 11 N PKG CHOPS LBERMAN PONT OR flat CORNED BEEF BRSKET TASTY NUTRTOUS LAMB PATTES UNe\ & N' BOX 9 c 200-CT BOX GROSSE PONTE NEWS OPEN SUNDAY 10 AM TO 5 PM LB$139 LB79 c " " 1 '': ' SCOTTES ASSORTED' COLORS ': - ' FACAL TSSUE C JOHNSON & JOHNSON CUT TODDLER DAPERS BOX -'t;" FROZEN JUMBO c DOWNEY- FLAKE -WAFFLES 12-0z45 PKG i 1 SMUCKER PRESERVES 18-0Z RED RASPBERRY JAR CREAM STYLEOR WHOLE KERNEL DEL MONTE CORN SCHMDT ASSORTE 10-0Z EGG NOODLES PKG WLSON'S SMALL OR LARGE CURD 12-0Z COTTAGE CHEESE CTN NORTHWEST RED OR GOLDEN 12-C1$' 65 DELCOUS APPLES 99 C 17-0Z 27 C CAN 35c Declines on Horizon ContiDued rom Page 1) teachers off wheels -and giv 1stration has reduced the ing them classrooms 01 their teaching staff by about 140 own Mr Sienkiewcz said during lhe decade they -have "The decline has given us kept all 15 schools open and a chance t9 improve some intend to do so -at least programs especially art and through the year ac music and to eliminate some cording to -a recent Board of substandard classroom use" Education decision' he e'wlained _ Further reductions in staff At a recent Board of Edu due to the enrollment de cation meeting Board Presi clines will allow an average tient Robert Warner ex $ savings a year Sup plained the time just isn't erintendent Dr William Coats right for closing any build said ing6 down At the present time there "n a community like are 15 vacant rooms in the Grosse Pointe with almost no system's three middle schools undeveloped land the de and Mr Sienkiewicz said one cision to sell a school will or two rooms a building are be an irrevocable one" Me nol being used this semester Warner said "We've got to in five of the elementary be 'absolutely sure that we'll school> never have any need for the There are no unused class facility again and '31 this rooms in the high schools he point in time we just can't said say that" The administration has Closing a school but not made use of the student de selling it would save the cline to provide space for system $90000 Dr Coats community agencies such as said The savings would be the Family Life Education more than offset by the addi Council and Environmental tion of several hundred thou Action Now; expanded spec :sand dollar in transporta ial education programs with tion costs that would :be in in the system; and the reo cur red he added moval of art and music Other lhighlights of the reo port are: Fire Damages Attic Bed room A third floor' fire caused considerable damage to an attic bedroom of a home owned by Charles Greene of 1376 Bedford road on Sat urday January 15 according to information released by Park Fire Chief Phillip Costa The chief said the -alarm was <phoned in 'by f neighbor at 9:48 pm after she saw flames shooting out of a northeast window of the room T' City Fire Department utomatically respoj)1ed to the alarm with four men and two pieces of equipment -as sisting six Park firefighters with their three fire trucks The flames were brought under control in 15 minutes the chief said but not before most of the contents of the attic room were destroyed as well as part of the W311s of the room Brownell PTO Slates Bridge The B row n e \ Middle SChool PTO is _inviting in terested area residents to join in an open bridge game to be held every Monday and Wednesday afternoon from 12:30-3 pm Bridge players will as semble in the homemaking room C5 -at Brownell 260 Chalfonte Toad For further information contact Edna McFarlane at GARBAG GRNDER? CaR The total papulation of The Pointe has decreased by 2782 (inore than four percent) since 1973 All municipalities except The Shores which gained 14 have lower populations with the loss greatest in The Woods (930) The Park (548) and The Farms (548) There was -a loss of 2492 children ages birth through 19 years since 1973 The greatest losses were m the zero-four age group (451) the livell age group (932) and the age grl)up (117) Public school '<ttendance increased to 76 percent '<S compared to 736 in 1973 Parochial school enrollment dropped from 183 percent in 1973 to 167 percent this year Private school attendance in creased from 66 percent in 1973 to 73 percent in 1976 Woods Views Netv Program Chief Costa said- the fire was prevented from burning through the roof or spread A recreational program ing to other 'parts of the for Woods senior citizens is house because of thick in currently being reviewed by sulatlon 'on the attic ceiling City Aatrator Chester - land 'at' the secon<1 floor; The E Pe\eJ;senj amv sh()uld be ' fire was confined to the befote the cquncu for its room consideration on Monday The chief said the cause of February 7 the fire was possibly due to This proposal which ala frayed wire 01 an electrical ready h'<ls been considered appliance that was too close by the Citizens Recreation to bed e1othing Commission at its Tuesday He also expressed hils ap January 11 meeting was P reciation to The City lor its given the green light by the council on December 6 in aid at the scene conjunction with the Senior " Citizens Commission Parks Wild Dog Shot and Recreation Director Don ad J Hallmann and Mr Pe By GPW Police te:;'council originally alo- cated $1500 with this amount One of two dogs which at being included in the present tempted to a!tack several fiscal- year budget small ch1ldren n the rea of (which 'ends June 30) Canterbury and Mornmgsde However that amount has ' was shot and killed by Woods been cut based upon a com- -police Friday evening Janu mission request approved by ary 21 the solons on Monday Janu n 'his report Officer Ron ary 17 At that time the comad Hayden said the animal mission asked that its bud was a German Shepherd type get be increased by $200 to dog which had been running cover future expenditures so stray for approximately three that figure was removed weeks While on patrol he from the proposed recreation spotted it in front of a new program making the total house under' construction in $1300 Morninaside drive and shot Recommendations be i n g it with b his departmental 12- considered include budgeting gauge shotgun n;oney for he use of two Sgt James David60n stated ctyowned bes or a va an estimated dozen com- rlety f chvltles! e t['lans plaints had been received on porahon o vanous events the pair of dogs from du- settmg aside funds for th zens The other dog which rental of hall to hold Vf1- had accompanied the shep- ous funch0!1s and maldng her<i was described as a momes avalable to py n il ed breed black structors for such activities smda 'h't m!' color' as square dancing and phy an w 1 e 10 a s if we sical fitness The ordmance s Y rene Sutton commission are unable to cature such chairman said last week "1 an anial 'and t poses ed a hope it ('the program) goes threat 1t can be destroy through inasmuch as we've the sergeant added got it as far as we have" 'fhursday January GPWPOA Nixes Offer (CenUnued 110m P;g_e_l_)_-ce_iv_e_d-their request to be' advantage to agree to a placed on the agenda Other:: multiyear pact under the than that have no CQm: system used by the city and men!" that in fact it would be bel Saying he hoped the asso-:: ter to go year by year ciation would ratify the pro : While feeling the negative posal at its meeting Mayor:: aspecls of the proposal out Benjamin W Pinkos stated: weighed he positive the of he understood that the offer:: ficer cited some plus factors was as good or better than: including the opportunity to lhat received by departments;: cash in accumulated sick in lhe other Pointes days and the fact that no ' reference was made to a resi "They will be permitted': dency requirement for ofci 10 address the council air:: lheir concerm and indicate> cers (a previous concern) to the council what they-: As for the appearance of GPWPOA members at the wanl Bul we will not be ne coun'cil meeting Officer De- gotiating at a council level" : Vine tel1med this a "fact- he said finding" session while ques n an attempt to clarify':- tioning why arbitration is any misunderslandings Mr necessary when Shores am Pinkos indicated the council cers have "done well" (The wants to be absolutely sure Shores Council last Novem what the GPWPOA's position ber approved a one'year con is and vice-versa f an im tract with the Grosse Pointe passe remains then it will be Shores Public Saf('ty Officers arbitration Assoc) The mayor added that the The officer said The Shores' council has given Mr Peterpact has been a motivating sen specific guidelines in the factor from the perspective area of negotiations -and when of association members for they've been reached to go the basis of comparison (both no further departments are public safe Still he felt lhere -may ty) but "we're not Jocked in have been some breakdown: to them" Meanwhile City Adminis in communications between -' trator Chester E Petel\5en the council and the associa ; said he had no comment on tion along the way and jf so the association's vote indio that it might be cleared up cating both sides will pro at the meeting ceed to arbitrate their differ = encei> andawait the arbitra- HOLDAY BLUES tion panel's decision This is the time of the year When asked for'his thoughts when \Some individuals will f on the GPWPOA's intention -get a sudden shock 'when ' to'l>come before the council they find all their account Mr Petersen said " reo are overcharged 'ir tt4: maryland electric Electrical Contractors Sil)ce Kercheval Avenue Grosse Pointe Farms M Residential Commercial & ndustrial Code update violations corrected Service changes Appliance circuits Repairs and Maintenance 24 hr Service - Free estimates BOB WER - JERRY DANCY REMODELNG BY PROFESSONALS FAMLY ROOMS RECREATON ROOMS DORMERS KTCHENS BATHROOMS OFFCES GARAGES ACOUSTC CELNGS CABNETS COUNTERTOPS BULT-N APPLANCES SECURTY ENTRANCE DOORS MACK AVE - GROSSl PONTE FARMS CREATORS OF DEAS FOR ADDED LVABlTY Serving VST OUR SHOWROOM BUiLDNG & REMODELNG CONTRACTORS RESDENTAL & COMMERCAL This j\ea $ince J '" : ::: -! 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9 s ppppp>: p p F r yo Thursday January A CUTE FOR SALE This is the "Revitalized Design" of one of our GP Farms homes we have for sale You can purchase "as is" or buy and we'll complete as the above design shows Call for details Grosse Pointe Real Estate Co THE LOWEST PRCES N TOWN 'BAR-B-Q RB DNNER $49S WHOLE SLAB BAR-B-Q RBS $795 Meaty and Delicious PONTE WHARF Do::2a RAM'S HOR MACK _ ufaa; \'::-Y) lj Oil RESAURANT J7410 MACK AT ST CLAR Gver BOOOOO Customershave beenservedby us in 2 years mayweserveyou? CARRY- OUT AVALABLE SEA'FOOD We Are Becoming crl Famous Far Our Alaskan King Crab Legs 495 Stuffed Flounder 395 Dessertsl Surf '" Turf 429 GRECAN Fish and Chips 229 SPECALTES Fresh Water Perch 329 Lllll SblsbKRb Jumbo Fried Shrimp 389 $328 Deep Sea Scallops a88 \'llhice piial Fisherman's Wharf 3G9 roll8 buller St1rlli-p'ln A Basket :' 329 Roat L;gt": Fried'C'Q'mlS ' ' ' '; ' 2 9 SpringLamb FROM THE BROLER _Jldl " elljo'j' ( lieit' dilling experiellce \\l' ' exi'ellellt(lbi;ne gr(l'ious ('omjor/able t'int j'od>lui/s beer U (up lmple purking ': Smull Cr(ll(l' llalllj un Uuom Open Sundays Noon-lO pm E Ten Mile Rd Warren Mich Across from BCoun'ty Hospital cui" Boneless Rainbow Trout 395 Mill Gf1Lans Boneless Haddock Fillets 395 $395 Bonel05s Red Snapper Fillel 395 Splllldl& c- Pt DNNERS $130 extra: ncludes soup $395 salad or cole slaw choice of palata Blktd Macaroal vegetable coftee tea or milk 385 Dally Specials $299 ncludes Entree Soup Ve9lable Potatot"S RO'l 8 Buller Baked Meat loaf Balter Dp fried CnJclo'e'1 Polish Sausage 3 Kraut - Veal ParrT'esan Breaded Veal Cutlet Breaded Pork Shop F\oa!t\ Beet Roast 1ur'Key "" Dressing RELSH TRAY with dinners 3-10 pm except Fridays OPEN 24 HOURS The question of the origintl authorization to build the parking lot was raised and it turned out that the Shef{erlys had bee'n in touch with Build ing nspcctor Earl Wakely to inquire whether there were any restrictions against put ting in such a lot Mr Wakely told them there w is no res' riction but he strongly advi'd [gainst going ahead with their plans Mrs SheClerly denied that he had given them any warn ing After all complaints were aired Mrs SheHerly pre sented her case She at tempted to show that the parking lot had been constructed to overcome a special parking problem "We have a very narrow Farms Officer North Tankers Win 2 Meets GROSSE PONTE NEWS GPW Family Denied Usage of Paved Parking-Area By George Polgar Jr Acting under an emergen cy ordinance enacted last year which prohibits the parking of motor vehicles on the lawns in front of residen tial homes the Woods Council denied a Brys drive family the right to use a paved parking area in front of their home Pat and Bob She!ferly ap peared before the ouncj] during a public hearing at its regular meeting 'Monday January 17 to ask that they be allowed to use a paved parking area in front of their home even though the arrangement is prohibited by a local ordinance When the measure was adopted in December to curb the parking practices of a Roslyn road household pro visions were made to allow for exceptions According to the 'wording of the ordinance the council could decide to allow the can One policeman was in struction or maintenance of jured and three Pointe youths nonconforming parking areas were arrested in the assault if it was not considered det and battery of a Farms offi rimental to the neighborhood eer on Sunday morning mmediate neighbors of January 23 the Shefferly's were notified Currently released on $100 of the hearing and some bond and charged with the showe up to express their assault and battery of a disapproval of the front yard police officer is ilartin Den parking area that was can nis McMillan 19 of 1000 structed last year before Devonshire road the passage of the law 'at a Charged with resisting ar cost of over $1000 rest is George Edward Daud The strongest complaints lin 20 of East Jeffercame from the Shef!erly's son avenue who's a 1s 0 next door neighbor George released on a $100 bond Re Loersch who complained leased on a $25 bond and that their parking arrange charged with loitering and ment was unsightly danger disorderly conduct is John ous and noisy Charles Leonard 19 of 581 "The place looks like the Rivard boulevard city dump" said Mr Loersch njured in the fracas -after "They've got a wall of mud being kicked in the face is and concrete dumped on one Farms Patrolman Gerald Deside They park eir cars burghgraeve so one of them is always According to police Officer hanging over the sidewalk Deburghgraeve and his part- He (Bob Shefferly) starts ner Patrolman Donald Pilon three cars every morning at were patroling east on Mack ive right outside my win avenue near Kerby road dow" when they passed the sub Other neighbors questioned jects The officers reported the safety of having cars that the three youths shouted parked next to the sidewalk obscenities at them and expressed concern that Pulling inlo a nearby alley the Shefferlys' parking lot the officers askl'd what the brought down the value of trouble was but allegedly their homes received more obscenities So m e contradicted Mr Tbe officers reported the Loerscb's complaint that the youths appeared to be inmud and concrete wall can- toxicated structed alongside the park When asked for their D's ing area looked like "a city the patrolmen said DaudLin dump" replied that 'he didn't have Louise C Reese questioned to show anything When OHio the desirablllty of having 'eer 'Deburghgraeve opened such a parking ot in a resi' the 'eardoor [oexit Daudlin dential neighborhood but said allegedly claimed the door that the Shefferlys had done injured him and he would a nice job on the wall and sue the landscaping Asked again for his JD By Diane MarstlUer top in tbe 500yard freestyle The North High S c h 001 at 5:049 swim team coached by Tom Rich Causley finished first Teetaert brought its record in the diving with to 4-1 by defeating Brother points and Shook won the 200- Rice and Fraser this past yard individual medley at week The Norsemen also 2:089 downed Warren Woods Thurs Haigh was victorious in the day January 6 with fresh 100'yard backstroke at 592 man Tom Shook leading the and in the loo-yard breastroke Another service tea m and setting a new var it was Brian Deman at 1:091 &30 Saml Cia" m tp Vllage lor you sity record in the 2ooyard The tankers also took the s:ee:' rom Mirna's individual medley at 2:082 2OO-yard medley relay with On Tuesday January 18 Haigh Shook John Dimond Open Mond1l\l hru Saturday900 a m to 1000 pm Norlh beat Brother Rice 122 and Nixon at 1:446 and the CARRY OUT MENU 49 taking 10 of the 11 first 4OO-yard freeslyle relay with C1 Hamburger113lb LUNCH DNNER 130 w/cheese 14S places Dimond Nixon Rentschler C2 Hal Dog 10 w/chase 6 Shook and Scott Nixon were and Sobieski in 3:233 C3 Fish Sandwich 130 w/cheese 145 dual winners Shook captured The Nor s erne n will be C4 GrilledHom& Swl an seume leek Bun 195 C5 BLTBacan lelluce tomelo) 15S the 2OO-yard individual med- swimming at Southlake thi C6 Hal Corned Bee' on Rye 180 ley at 2:112 and the 1oo-yard edveanindg'sj3'ncualryt2b7 ast 7 C7 Reuben 215 brea-tstroke at 1'06 6 whl'le C8 Egg Salad sendwlch w/lettuce 135 C9 Cold TurkeySandwichw/lettuce 180 Nixon won the 5Oyard free Cl0 Cold Roe1Beef Sandwichw/lelluce 180 style in 232 and the 100-)'ard e t s Cl1 Shlh Kellaan Lebanesebread wlg r Veg 225 freestyle in 519 A' 81 C12 shlh Kebbob an Lebanee bread 2S0 11tlqll lov C13 ChickenDinnerFrench rlee & Slaw 295 Matt Sobieski was victori- e C14 Fh DinnerFrench rles & Slew 215 ous in the 2OO-yard freestyle C15 St"lmp DinnerFrench!rles & Slaw 32S AS!nll nril!y01 MiddllEll!" fosdmil1blllorcarryout at 1: 528 and David Howe The Bishop G a a g her 1 won the 5OO-yard freestyle at Fathers Club will host over Mima's Coupon Special 10% DSCOUNT 5: dealers at its fourth An O'LQrry Gll mr ofs 50Of lo rtk tlo GillY The Norsemen also won the nual Antique Show Friday !1100yard backstroke with Gor- Sunday January 2830 SOUPS& CHili SDEORDERS Th 'i t k Beel Baley Soup Pnl 1 15 French Frres 80 don Haigh at the helm at e event W a'e pace Quarl 2 15 Onon Rng> 5 1:009 and the 100yard butter in the high school gymnaso:: fly with Andy Howe at 562 ium Harper avenue SALADS The tankers won both of the near the intersection of Mo TabbouleySalad Bowl1 75 Pml 325 Quan 625 relays ross and 1-94 HammousW11Tah'n1Bowl1 i5 P'll 325 Quarl 625 On Thursday January 20 The show will start at 1 large Tossed Salad Cholce01 OreSSr'gl 80 h -' d 1 t Cole Slaw 60 North hosted and defeated pm cae "ay an C ose a Maunee Salad 290 Fraser Andy Howe 10 pm on Friday and Satur Mmas Salad (Greek stvle] 2?0 set a new vars'ltv record J'n Homemaae Plan Yogurl day On Sundays it will end "no o Qua: DEsSElTS the loo-yard butterfly with a at 8 pm H19 Apple Pe 75 Mlole10 45O time of 558 Along with the many tri'l Strawe"vPif WhOle 10 Norsemen tankers Won all county area exhibitors there ::1 t)e;:i:;e Llye'Ca'e 75 :: 600 of the events Doug Rent have been inquiries fro m Baiawa 50 Dol>n 0" a tray 500 scher won tbe 5()yard free dealers in Ohio and Windsor BEYERoGEs style at 231 and Matt Brady Both varied collectibles and CoffeeTea Mli 35 won the l00-yard freestyle at furniture will be on display Solt Orm(oe Orange?-UP) ]n the 200-yard freestyle at the antiqu bo<!ths -A ' it was Sobieski at 1:539 Free arkmg S avallablc j 1O"1"""r while Shawn Lakin was on at the site iiioiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;;;;;;; iiiiiiiiiioiiiiii-! is The to ra purpose ise funds of thatthis willevent belp ' We specialize in Wedding Receptions Ba0<;luets Parties Gol Outins and Proms of 011 sizes Our prices are modest Or' J Hill ftt mos! budgets slill enloyln9 unexcelled focilities The' charm of Hillcrest and experience of our stoff will insure that your party will be a memorable occasion CATERNG DEPARTMENT OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK PAVED & LLUMNATED PARKNG FOR 1500 CARS CALL HLLCREST COUNTRY ON THE BANf<'$ OF THE CliNTON RVER GROSEBECK AND CASS AVE Mr CLEMENS CLUB NDUSTRAL & COMMERCAL PPG? c P m " Beautl '/ul Hl'llcrest Country Club pay the luition of those stu- AND BANQUET CENTER dents whose dads ha\'e pass i! rd ilway while enr-1:"d in lh(' Tuition Continulltion Pro WSHES TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE HAVE g:1: 1 8 PROFESSONALLY DESGNED BALLROOMS TO SERVE YOUR EVERY PARTY NEED drive and there is about one car length when a car is wedged between our house and Mr Loerscil's fence f there was ever an emergency and someone got stuck in a car in that spot there is no way to get out" Mrs Shef ferly explained S'ne went on to note that the reason they do not use their twocar garage and the parking area in the back is because it is too difficult to pull through the driveway They also have a stalled car in the back now which they cannot have repaired because a tow truck cannot fit through Council members asked the Shefferlys why they could not Jive with the same narrow drive that other resi dents in that area live with Hurt in Scuffle and the response was that there were no other proper ties with the same conditions At least (our members of the council were not con vinced When the issue came to a vote the council decided 4-3 tg deny the Shefferlys the continued use of their entire front yard lot They may still park on a portion of the paved surface as long as their cars do not take up more than 30 percent of the front yard The council has no power to make the Shef{erlys tak!! out' the pavement they in stalled at considerable ex pense but they can no longer use it for parking f they do the police will ticket them Mrs Shefferly told the council she planned to seek legal recourse to get around their ruling Nea Whit1ierAmple Parking Harper Page Nine ULS Fruit Sale to Continue DC3pite the freezing tern fgr the same prices and al peratures wh1ch have been the same delivery date as causing Florida citnu grow- the fruit i now being brought trom Texas The selection in ers headaches the University eludes rubyred grapefruit Liggett School sluggem are and Hamlin eating orange3 going aead with their froil The money raised will be sblling drive used to fund the ULS basc Atl orders will be filled _ba!! prog'ram Cl!SEGOLDEN BUDDH Featuring the very finest in Cantonese dishes for luncheons and" Dinners plus exotic Cocktails Mon hru Thurs tl am 11 pm COCKTAL friday 1\ am 1'2 pm 501 i2 noon 12 pm Sun 12 noon 11 pm LOUNGE f you're dissatisfied with the interest your savings account earnsyou should do something about it COMPARE YOUR SAVNGS ACCOUNT WTH THESE: Type of i Minimum Annual Effective Account '; AmQunt i Rate Annual Rate ----! Regular No 5'V4% (Daily nterest) Minimum 535% : i OneYear i $1000 6'V2% 666% Certificotet i 2!12-Year $ /1%! 692% Certificatet i - 4-Year $1000 7'V2% CertiHcatet : 771% f-! 6Ytar $1000 Certificate! 73/t% 79'% t Federal regulations require a substantial interest penalty for early withdrawal from certificate savings accoonts Branch offices throughout the Detroit Metropolitan Area including one near you: Grosse Pointe Notre Dame near Kercheval COMPLEtE Carry Out Service Daudlin refused He also reo r fused to go to the police station if arrested When Officer Deburghgraeve at tempted to prevent the sub ject from ieaving Daudlin allegedly began pushing and kicking The two officer> wrestled the subject to the ground and while Officer Deburgb graeve tried to put handcuffs on Daudlin M c Mill a n allegediy klc'ked him in the :::::: i BUY ANY MED UM PZZA AT i ::tmr:::yf1ed THE REGULAR PRCE AND Daudlin was handcuffed :tta:s5:au:a[ GET DENTCAL PZZA FREE a backup City car driven by Officers Arthur Mal'S and PCKUP OlL Y Cpl George Brackx Off ice r Deburghgraeve :;n :?:rrerohes ONE COt)PON PER CUSTOMER! treated for 'lacerations a caneus"ion and was given a tet 'Fs't Quality Only' anus shot for cuts on his hand> He also had sutures taken on the bridge of his nooe McMillan was later ar- 1 J : Woods Officer John O0 S : Farms Police Chief Robert K Ferber said be was "very sad about what happened - but glad that Officer De '--- C & p burghgraeve wasn't hurt any aterlng ZZeria worse t co'uld of been very :eeeoat;'truck in MACK at TORREY th th eending for -' Grosse Pointe Woods An optimist is a man who J"" Offer Good through Sun Feb 6th " is as enthusiastic about his ' garden in July as he was in OPEN AT 2 PM SAT & SUN CLOSED MONDAYS January L Take a very close look at the interest your savings account has been earning f your account is at First Federal Savings of Detroit interest is earned at the highest rate any savings association or bank can pay on insured savings f your savings account isn't earning tllat much you owe it to yourself to be dissatisfied and to do something about it HOURS-Branch Offices: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Thursc!ay;9:30 am to 7:00 pm Friday Downtl)wn Headquarters: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday thfough Thunday; 9:30 am to 5:30 pm Friday e l a cceeeea e FeeeeceeeCdeeceeae «aae- t e- i ft a --L-

10 - Page Ten _ -- GROSSE'PONTE NEWS hursday January MERTtaste science applied to new low tar OOmm cigarette with impressive results The MERT breakthrough technology that produced a whole new taste standard in low tar smoking has now been applied to a loomrn Cgarette New MERT 100's Only 12 mg tar Yet packed with 'Enriched Flavor: tobacco Tobacco fortified with certain key flavor-rich ingredients isolated in cigarette smoke and proven to deliver taste' way out of proportion to tar f you smoke but haven't chosen :: to take advantage of the MERT' > breakthrough because you prefer q a longer length cigarette you'11 be 1 interested o Philip Mon nc 1977 Kings: 9 mg: 'tar:' 07 mg nicotine- 1OO's: 12 mg: 'tar:' 09 mg nicotine 3\1 per cigarette by FTCMethod Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking s Dangerous to Your Health MERT&MERTMFNTHOLK;S&rok Because no\v you have your MERT too Read the test results for yourself rest Data Conclusive New 12 mg tar MERT 100's \vere taste tested against a nun1ber of major OOmm brands ranging from 17 mg to 19 mg tar \EHT Thousands of smokers were rl:+j-' tested:' The results: overall they o6i liked the taste of MERT 100s as tl'much as the higher tar loomm ';i brand tested : MERT and MERT MENTHOL i King Size and new 100's The taste barrier for low tar smoking has been broken again )S2 'h":j'\'(r''r!lj{'/('"l(\r: t \ tld 01\ 11 hil' frl'(" fl"tunl MERT 100s

11 -"WOJJ '"' - ---""---;""'--::"-:-::-- uu-"'!u:!' -_-_a_1!'112 _$ -s- 424"'4--l!2 tls a'2s1$11 ' Nautical wise at the Ship's Wheel Nauti(ol Gifts & Boat Supplies SETH THOMAS QUARTZMA TC SHP'S WHEEL CLOCKS COMPLETE LNE Naulical Ship's Wheel lamp' All sixes! C!larh: American and Canadian Great lakes & COlalal Browse the ship's wheel See our selection of SHP'S WHEEL TABLES Ship's Wheel All Sizes 18" 10 60" Ship's Wheel Table all ies Seth Thoma Saramel"r Mack TU OwN D1hr '-4 st s _ GROSSE Jlt " 'i' Ui'li """trin MEMORAL CHUCH 1 Lalle 5 1 For )aloruo alp or 1' cad UJDt it1 prler Z17' Worship Services 9:30 and 11:30 10:30 Study Hour "How to live triumphantly under Ray Vrnr w Drl ru "nt W u "50400 Church pressure" H Kiely PiNt 11 Ey Luthrln Church Services 8:30 'and 11:00 am Sunday Church School i;3d m Y k"rr Llrry M ll ru St Jim Lulhran Church "On Th Hill" McMllleCl (l chy1 TU Worship Services 9:30 and 11:00 am (Nursery Both Services) 9:30 am Sunday School Y (tlf 'Y e;" M lenlter GOSSE PO NTE ArTST CHUCH Mack AveD1e GroNe Pollate Wood 9:450 m Sunday School 1 110m r ijo Mlg7e;og1:l: 1'- in Sacred Concerl ' ' 7pm ' Evening Services : ' Nursery ServJce f 1J :' 1 Rev EdSteinhort ' GROSSE PONTE WOODS P'Jt'lt"ian Chul'ch 1"50 MACK AV: at 1'OluUty ROAD HOO 11:00 Worship Services and Chur('h School "How can we make God the GOO of OUr Lh'es" Dr Linthicum First Church Undrstanlline "New Thought n Action" Grosse pointe War Memorial 11:00 am Service "The Trials or Jesus" 1121)21 PONTEand AREA---- G_ 'i"t URlt METHODST CHURCH 21J 104_ 21 11:15 Worship Service and Nursery Perry A Thomas Th GrOll' Point Conrotlonal Church -- Groll Pointe Amricon 10pt1t Church 2(0 CHALFONT: at Lonmop Worship Srvices and Church School 9:30 and 11:15 "Remaining Human" T Sam: 18:2933 RSV Crib Room thru 8th grade Dr Roy R Hutcheon Rev Terry J Ging Ebenezer Baptist Church :\oross Rd 88227Z8 Sunday School 9:45 Worship Service 11 :00 "Husbands Tune Out - Wives Tune n" Rev Ken Decker Evening Fomify Service 6:30 Rev Ron Kernohan St 'ul Ey Luthran Church ellllfnt 1ft" Ltllr TU We nvite You to Worship With U Worship - 9:30 and 11:00 Sunday School 9:30 all ages Nursery ages 1-5 both sen'ices PiitOrs Rev Kenneth R Lentz THP CHRSTAN SCENCE Fin' C'nrreli or QrlC 8deeti Poblte Farau e tltar KerbJ Servlcer Gr Sunday 10:30 AM Wed12edl' 11:00 PM Su1ld Sebool 10:30 AM r"lant care provided The Groue UNTARAN CHURCH Maumee le4%0 Poillte Children's Service 10:45 Worship Servkc 11:00 "Patterns of Growth: ' Rev Fred J Campbell GROSSE PONTE MEMORAL CHURCH 16 Lake Shore Road MUSCA An Organ Recital by - Paul L Reynolds MSM Director of Music for Memorial Church SUNDAY FEBRUARY 6 at 7:30 pm $200 door donation per person to support the Musica series "'A-A'A 'OoOoO(joooooo Winter 200/ SALE! Call/or free estimate GROSSE PONTE NEWS Paqe Eh3ven '-'BLUE A10UNrAlN Collingwood Ontario BELLE SLE ii AWNNG CO anvas Vinyl Acrilan Dacron rbuy NOW and SAVE!9!; eryjjggrosse 'oilt Sine' J93' Ooff CARPET and RUG CLE/NNG Harper 5t Clair hoes Have positive proof of evrything you own f you were robbed or your hollsc gutted by fire would you be able to remember every item in your home? Would you have a receipt for every item in your home? Have your possessions recorded on video tape and be sure of what you own Should you have a Joss you can view your possessions on television with your insurance adjuster Call Midwest Video Co JOHN W BREAR Services for Mr Brear 70; of Devonshire road were held Tuesday January 25 at the Verheyden Funeral Home He died Saturday January E t S d C t C S 22 in Florida as e arpe eaner A native Detroiter he is Kercheval Ave t survived by his (lother Mrs == OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE BABCH FAMLY StNCE 1948 Kathleen Brear and one brother 1 nterment was at Woodlawn! 1Cemetery ALUMNUM WNO()WS RS SA RANHt\M 2 TRACK '- 3 TRACK Services As Stair 80 BAKED ENAMEL formerly of The Pointe late of Mount Clemens were held WHTE AND BLACK Tuesday January 25 at the Verheyden Funeral Home PONTE SCREEN & SASH NC- She died Saturday January ' 22 at the Martha T Berry Hospital MACK TU i ENJOY A SK WEEK AT BLUE MOUNTAN ONTARO'S FRENDLY GANT 12 hours of lessons nightly entertainment wine and cheese party awards night banquet pleasant accommodation just 5 hours from Detroit Born in ndiana she was on f1e board of Women's Hos pital nd was a member of the Detroit Chapter of the American Red Cross During World War she was in charge of the knitting depart ment for the City of Detroit She is survived by a son Circuit Courl Judge Hunter D Stair and five grandchil dren nterment was at Elmwood Cemetery MRS EVELYN C BEATY Services for Mrs Beatty 55 of Brys drive were held Friday January 21 at the Verheyden Funeral Home and Saint Joan of Arc Church S:le died Tuesday January 18 at Bon Secours Hospital A native Detroiter she is survived by a son John; three daughters Mrs Jeanne Run st?dler Mrs Karen Goulette and Mrs Elizabeth Janiga; her mother Mrs Jeanne Calu; one brother and three sisters nterment was al Saint Paul Cemetery :); J!: MRS AlARY E WASNER Services f01 Mrs Wasner 82 formerly of The Pointe late of St Clair Shores were held Friday January 21 at the Verheyden Funeral Home She died Monday January 17 at Saint John Hospital Born in Caro Mich she was a graduate of Bliss-Alger College in Saginaw She was a member of the Grosse Pointe Garden Club the Wom en's Research Club and the Detroit Parliamentary Law Club Mrs Wasner is survived by her husband Edward J; a son Edward J Jr; and one brother nterment was at Roseland Park Cemetery lorn 1 McSHANE Services for Mr McShane 51 of University place were held Wednesday January 2B at the Verheyden Funeral Home and Saint Paul Church He died Monday January 24 at his home Born in ndiana he was president of the Eastern Mortgage Co and was a member of the law firm of Theut and Schellig He reo ceived his AB and LLB from the University of Notre Dame He was a membe of the ndiana and Michigan Bar Associations and was active in the City Babe Ruth League as an official and; a coach He also was a member of the Gowanie - GolC Club L)f;! is survived by his wife 'Jqlm; three sons Michael!vid andt1t 0 mas; two aa'"ughters Mrs Mary Smo lenski and Lizabeth; and three grandchildren M e m 0 ria 1 contributions may be made to the Amer ican Cancer Foundation nterment was at Resurrec tion Cemetery ' Schools Offer Adult Sports Exercise and sport activi- en Badminton and Volley ties for men and women ate ball for men and women are being offered during the win offered during the winter pro ter:session of classes conduct- gram ed by the Department of Further information and Community Services cl3lss rroervations may be The J3panese Martial art obtained by ca\1;'g the de- of Aikido will begin Tuesday partment at or 885- i February 1 and will be 0271 'taught by Takashi Kushida Golf is offered for six weeks on Monda:r1s TuesdaY'S and Thursdays beginning Jan uary 31 February 1 and February 3 respectively ClaiSSe's in 'Women's Exer cise Gym and Swim for HARBOR COVE NEW LUXURY TOWNHOUSES HA'RBOR SPR NGS MCHGAN SK \ \ WEEKEND - ' 3 DAYS /' ::-- 2 NGHTS ' : FROM ) il' \' 'lo ' $53 \' --: \ - "'"" / SK "! "-':' f'''''' - WEEK \if" " J: ' 0'"- 6 DAYS '' TENNS - \ ' 5 NGHTS RACQUETBALL :"i) FROM WEEKEND CAMP 1:; ' $105 3 DAYS ow THE PERFECT WNTER 2 NGHTS VACATON - LET US PUT T FROM TOGETHER FOR YOU! $45 MNUTES FROM BOYNE COUNTRY SLOPES CAll AND NDOOR RACQUET CLUB MCH TOLL BE OUR GUEST FOR DNNER ENJOY OUR CROSS COUNTRY SK TRALS FREE HARBOR COVE BOX 544 HARBOR SPRNGS M %0f ALL WALLPAPER Can n any pattrn from an book Post Wal/covering Dist PH PHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED NO DEPOST PA Y WHEN DELVERED TO YOUR HOME ALL WALLPAPER AT FULL DECORATOR'S DSCOUNT TO EVERYONE 365 DAYS A YEAR METRO TOWER CROCKER Between Jefferson 8 Metro Parkway - and 2 Bedroom from $215 Special Security Smoke Alarm Carpeted al/ utilties except electr;c til {> E!e OPEN THURSDAY AND FRDAY EVENNGS Jacobson'S or '77 Hairjashions ' ' :: York based John Chadwick ::: ::: director of fashion education ::: :::: for the salons of Seligman & ::: ::: Lalz nc located in specialty::: :::: Mr C had wi c k was in Grosse Pointe at the invita tion of Jacobson's earlier this month showing the newest ways to dollup last seasons' soft carefree sty] e s with knots braids and dazzling hair ornaments Chignons-two or three at a tiine knotted over the temple crown or nape of the neck and ornamented with tortoise shell combs or color ful flowers - will be best for evening and are the main in gredient of the Chadwick style collection Jacobson's own style team :': Draperies custommade to your window measure- : from stores across the state ::: C ::: ::dyet:;i: l:kn ae;o:n ::C::::f at=aric::::::e:s:::;:e ary 17 prcss preview held in; ::: ::: Jacobson's Pointe store : ::: and blends Smooth and textured materials Tight ::: They featured a nostalgic ;;; weaves and lacy open weaves n a beautiful array ; return to 1941J'swaves around : : the face and rrizzy perma ::: of pri nts patterns and so id colors Bring you r ::: nent curls for fine hair as ::: ::: ' measurements to us or let our staff measure your ' j well as the Choirboy a long ::: ::: cr funer and slightly flipped ::: windows Enjoy bright new draperies this season ::: remake or 1976's popular ::: ::: beret ::;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::=:=:=:::;:::=:::::::::::::=:::::;:=:;::=::::::::=:=:::=:::=:=:=::=:=:=::::;:=:=:::::::::=:=:=:=::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::J l sss sssss??? \?7 SSSSSCCtdCarscscrssss as scaggs de C e "" 4L# \

12 the Page Twelve Grosse Pointe News ROBERT B EDGAR D/B/A Anteebo Publiaherl OFFCES UNDER THE ELM AT 99 KBRCHEV AL GROSSE PONTE FARMS MCHGAN Know Your Schools By Dr William Coats Superintendent of Sthool One View from the Capitol By William R Bryant Jr The 1977 legislative session portanuy step up prosecution has begun in earnest starting of repeat ouenders and 'cathis week reer criminals House Speaker Bobby Crim There should be three top top Democratic m a j 0 r i t Y legislative priorities relating leader in the legislature has to the business sector They warned he does not believe are (l) amendment of the the Governor's llroposed bud Single Business Tax to proget for the next fiscal year vide relief for small and can be funded without a gen labor intensive business; (2) eral tax increase even though reform of the Worker's Com the Governor opposes such pensauon law to eliminate an increase major abuses and to reduce oppose any income or cost; and (3) legililation to business tax increase to in relieve the critical situation crease revenues for state pro in product liability insurance grams As we emerge from costs the recession the state revenue picture is brightening t promises to be a busy and we can and must live session of the legisuiture within projected revenues As we start this new seg from present lax rates sian let me again call on you n my own view the top my constituents to provide broad legislative priority this me with your ideas your session should be obvious l comments and your criti is to revise our juvenile and cisms criminal laws to provide cer Please feel free to call or tainly of punishment for those write me on any matter or guilty of violent crimes problem relating to state Further we must revise government To write me the parole laws to stop early simply address your leuer to release of dangerous crlm me State Capitol Lansing inals and perhaps most im The choice among house types and among individuol ex omples of eoch is really quite complex Usually single family houes offer the most privacy Duplexes and row houses are more pclvote than let 'JJyoportment houses Many people prefer the sense of 0 small private world which is possible in 0 well designed ond well mointoined house They al'jjbelieve that G_R 0 SSE PO N TEN EW 5 Club's Board nitiates Netv Seniors' Programs Second Cloll POltoll Pold at Detroit Michlgon New transportation and and local city administrators FULLY PAD CBCVLATON communication programs for to develop a questionnaire Member Mich Pre" Alloclatloll and NaUonal Editorial AnoelatloD the Neighborhood Club's sen and a comprehensive Pointe ior citizens group the Village senior citizen mall listing Classified Ads ztH Editorial Club were approved by the The Woods Senior Citizens Display AdverlJsing club's board of trustees at Commission has a re a d y --- its Thursday January 20 compiled such a list for lts Th T by Jerry Valente Nature is probably the greatest influence for the bulk of jewelry ideos especially today Even free form looks are actu' ally inspired by nature in its irregularity since nature seldom duplicates with exacting similarity Stoneware beads ore individually crafted by young artists Not only are these craftsmen separate houses are better places for children What does your talented but their work represents the taste of the young popu' fomly prefer? Before you do any serious hause-hunting sit down lation Because stoneware work is au hand mode no two beads together ond decde what you feel would be essentiol to good can be exoctly alike t is the same dissimilarity one discovers hous'"1lfor you as a family unit so often in nature HSTORC CARS Roosevelt Churchill and Dependable professional service in au phases of reol estate VALENTE JEWELRY East Warre') at Kensington Stalin got together to halsh " offered ot GRSSE PONTE REAL ESTATE CO 2?087 Mock have been designers of fine jewelry since 1934 We out somecontroversial war Ave Grosse POnte Ws Our professonal repre- do our own work and we are very favorably known throughout time issue in 1945 at Yalta sentot' es gl e personalized ser lee t buyers nd sellers oltke ' area for our in! rity and hi h degree of professional work- in the Crimea Among other f you ore lookong for property n tlls orea VSitour office and eg 9 check our selected lislings After you find the one that best nshlp :Whether you ar m?klog a purchase or hylng an things the i r agreement 'u"s your needs we will help you obtain financing Feel free to tem repared our repuotlo S your gurantee of sahsfalon signed on February ok us ony questions you may hove about reo estate in generol f you are a buyer of unique tems come n and see the antique : brouht lohesoviet Union into Open: Mon-Sot 9-5 Sun noon-5 24 hour answering ser ice jewelry and object of art left with us on consignment by their ;y :t:1 trf::nprde owners Roosevelt took along hi:; 1939 DD YOU KW? HANDY HNT: Lincoln convertible the "Sun Always examine hauses carefully before purchase Be real Keep chino shining clean f it must be stored find special shine Special" on display at y sure that your new home will be a happy one storage containers to keep it beautiful and dust free Greenfield Village What Goes On at Yo'Jr Lihrary By Arthur Woodford Chief of Central Library ROBERT B EDGAR EDTOR and PUBLSHER ti d J h e recent V special about in Pat r i c k Crampton's WLLAM ADAMO" ADVERTSNG MANAGER mee ng announce 0 n community Stonehenge and the other S TO N E HEN G E OF THE Bruece exelcutive director in "l's hoped these two new stone monuments of early KNGS (John Day) pub JOANNE BURCAR "" ACCOUNTS a n ws re ease t '11 d JANET MUELLER FEATURE SOCETY EDTOR pro)ec s W ovetail with the Britan has sparked a re- lished in 1967 Contr'ary to ROGER A WAHA NEWS EDTOR als/or tte program are Neighborhood Club's previous newed interest in the subject Dr Hawkins' thesis that JAMES J NJAM " NEWS sbc MU e d to ebeworked out comitment to the food and at uur library Stonehenge was a type of TOM GREENWOOD SPORTS NEWS Y on ay F ruary 7 so nutrtion program site direc- Stonlenge the ruins )f a prehistoric astronomical com SUSAN McDONALD EDUCATON NEWS VilgdedCUb members wiil be tors to develop cooperative Stone Age monument situ- puter Mr Crampton argues GEORGE POLGAR JR NEWS provi e transportation to recreation progra ms to sup- ated on Salisbury Plain in that S ton e hen g e was the MARY LORMER ADVERTSNG the area's Food and Nutrition plement each others activi southern England is one of headquarters of a warrior PAT ROUSSEAU ' ADVERTSNG Program site houed in the ties and to <:ooperate in areas t:le most imposing and com- society a place of kings CHARLES DCKSON ADVER'l'SNG Grosse Pointe Woods Presby- of general service for com plex of the 405() prehistoric Based on new evidence this' PHYLLS NEAL ADVERTSNG terian Church Mack munity residents" said Mr circular en c 0 sur e s or reconstruction p ace s the NEAL NEVEJANSADVERTSNG avenue Bruce :'henge" monuments known mysterious site of Stonehenge JO MULHERN CLASSFED ADVERTSNG This effort on the club's n relaying the decisions of 10 the British sles in lhe context of BronZe Age DOROTHY SCHMANSKY CLASSFED ADVERTSNG part is an outgrowth of sev the ub's board to exted a Of the many books written culture and sea trade The SHRLEY ARNOLD CLASSFED ADVERTSNG eral meetings between club helplog hand he emphaszed about Stonehenge the best author's idea is so beguiling JEAN LOUGH CLASSFED ADVERTSNG officials site director Mary that the need of senior citi- known is probably Gerald that one shares his candid LNDA LOUGH " CLASSFED ADVERTlSNG Aley and aide Diane Heavner zens are just beginning to Haw kin s' SrONEHENGE regret at the way he is ob- FRAN BACHA " CRCULATON to work out plans where Vii- be realized D COD E D (Doubleday) iged to back it "roughly an _ lage Club seniors can take "A great deal of education WhCh was published in 1965 ounce of evidence to a ton patt in the noun hour meal covperalion assislante and t is the contentio'l of as- of speculation" and socialization at the sacrifi<:e will be needed on tronomer-aulhor Haw kin s Two new books have been church and citizens from thj the part of Pointe organiza- after extensive com put e r added to our collection durs:te can utilize club facili tions governments 'and indio analysis that t'le circle of ing the past year are Evan ties viduals if we are to meet the great stones on the Salisbury Hadingham's CRCLES AND Plain-long believed to be an Tentative plans call for needs of our senior residents ancient religious monument- STANDNG STONES (Walk interested Village members wh have given so much to is in reality an astronomical er) and Aubrev Burl's THE to call the nutrition site at us observatory STONE CRCLES OF TlE between 10 am-2 "The quality of life in our Al tho ugh Dr Hawkl'ns' BRTSH SLES (Yale Uni n previous columns tion we_lead them to a step pm in order to make reser- commudjt y W '11onlb' y e malo complex theory of Stone v ersl'ty P ress )' have devoted space to an ex be)'ond mere reading to that va lions for a seat on the van t' ame d'f a 0f our d' verse henge's purpose stands at the Both of th ese b00ks present planatl 'on of the "'aj'or com body of leaming called "lit which seats 15 ' n teres t s are recogmze d an d heart of this fascinating book obj'ect'v' 1 e vews 0f th e near y ponents of the school S)'S' erature" e work together t m t th h h ' 1000 megalithic rings that d t d Phi And so it goes through each Site directorli will coordin w 0 e e as also included an out tem sh rsec etnt ya topthe k- subj'ecl of the currl'culum ate the reservations along with needs of an of our Citizens line of what has been written Stil ll survive in the British osop y a emen S wee their meal planning 'while shted Mr Bruce about the monument-legends s es wish to discuss Cultural Of course it is obvious members will be aked to "Grosse Pointe has a his- from early mths to the roo n his book Mr Hadingham Development the sixth of the hat the school system S roe call a week in advance so tory of rising to meet the manticisms of recent poets; explores the mysterie$ of the seven major topicls treated '10 Cultural Development S that t t r ti't needs of the total community theories of how it was built me g a lit h i c monuments of in our revised statement not limited 10 the formal cur' d ralnsplor a lon'b ac V d ly We have fine schools excel: includine his own on how th early Britain Once again in attempting riculum and to those activi- anplrpea PUafDScaD e m k e lent parks efficient' public huge st'ones were brought He answers such questions ties confined to the daily ans ca or vanous pc f' as: Who were the builders to determine the meaning of ed P rt up sites in each of the Pointes safety protec tlon and exten rom Mlford Haven in Wales; t f tat th o \S\;U u e ays conce s t a d\ b'( of the fantastic circles and S componen 0 our s e tl' it" tl' for Village Club members Slve recrea On 5ervtCes n guesses a out 1s use -roent we must define terms erea ve wr mg compe - Pointe school district resi "Yet we will only be able Dr Hawkins followed his rows of huge standing stones For our purposes culture dtiosiyearks nhirapersd dents who are not currently to maintain the high level of first study with a book en aran :nn:nhoy means "the act of develop e a es ar ex s an members of the Village Club these services and answer titled BEY 0 N D STONE ng by education discipline other 'atlvitles are a meas can call for informa the increasing service needs HENGE (Harper and Row) What prodigious technology or training" or "the enlight of pernuttlng students to dis tion Annual Neighborhood of our senior citizens who whlc was published in 1973 ;ersap: St enment and refinement of play their tlents above and Club membership dues are helped build this community n ts book Dr Hawkins stand 100ton boulders on end? taste acquired by intellectual beyond their grasp of the $5 if we are willing to work to descnbes a number of study How did early priest/astrono and artistic traning" basic curriculum in order to allow for in gether to support all our com epeditins in several coun mers master the mathemat Although the fine arts clus Even thls is not the com creased flexibility in meal munity programs/' he added tries wlth sites containing ics to c rea t e megalithic ter of music and art immedl peu:orylo the co:po:en: availability Mrs Aley reo n a final note' Mrs Aley ashtroadrhaeoogichal rema!ns alignments that predicted ately comes to mind Cultural 0 ura eve o en 6 quests that indivrduals who said an average of 100 cui- e susses t e possble celestial events 50 and more Development has b r 0 ad e r one of our system s gols registered but cannot attend zens per day have been atr?nomlcal ue by the an years in the future? ra:miflcallons for our currie Another important applica on a particular day call to taking part in the nutrition clns of such stes as Machu Throughout this hook the ulum and extracurricular tion of it falls in the genenl 1 th r Th' program with 130 particlpat PlCchu the shores of Lake aulhor offers his personai area of Value Education cnllce elr rthesrviadloin:d lis ing in square dancing Titicaca in Peru; geometric field observations augmented programs We strive through as many W a ow e n Y ua s Januar 20 0 mounds 10 the US; Mayan Considering again th1s del means vanable to enable an opportumty to tihze un- y remains in Mexico; the sta by his drawings maps anu inltion nole that we re deal our students to have an used meal reservations Pleased over the csistent tues on Easter sland; the excellent photographs ing with the enllghlenment awareness of 'ind i1n appre Meanwhile Mr B r u c e response she noted We ee pharaoh temples of Egypt n THE STONE CRCLES and refinement of tute ac ciation for the contributions stressed that Village Club PO:\ mkmg nendshlps Stoneenge: and the mega' l ::ovses qulred by intellectual and of the brod range of ethnic members can attend the site lt t e te trnm out to lithic remains in Scotland h y pot h etical cronological artistic training and by cu and cultural groups that com to participale in the programs es medm! p ae This is a fascinating ac framework for the circles tura! awareness beueve prise our country 'and the only or can choose to also e a e semors shou!d count of an c i e n t man's and considers their origins this is a farly comprehen world partake in the noontime be aware that the ste Wll knowledge of the sun and the slve Approach Th 'd d be closed the fourth Tuesday st 'tt f th and purpose examining n n addition we endeavor mea e mea s are provl e ars wrl en or e ayman particular their possible as n our language program to have our students appreci througp a federally funbed and Frday of both February with a scientifc bent tronomica1 function we attempt after having pro ate the bulc tradftlonal cui nutrition program and seniors and arc because of a An entirely different view He then discusses each vided students with the basic tural beliefs of our nation may donate 50 cents for the church actlvlty of Stonehenge will be found regional grouping of circles tools to provide instruction Readers will undoubtedly meal des<:ribing their architectural in poetry n the eseay the agree with me that a stu Any growth of the program Children Offer 'Wizard of Oz' types and the finds from ex "fine arts" of the language dent's Cultural Development will benefit other seniors be cavations Special attention program After we see our is a complex process which cause one 'meal for each 15 n spite of sub-zero weath- duction are Fridays Febru- is paid to Stonehenge and students master the decoding involves the schools '8nd the srved can be sent to a home- er members of G r 0 sse ary 11 and 18 at 8 pm and Avebury the two best known of lettel's and their reproduc communityatlarge bound individual Pointe Children's The ate r Saturdays February 12 and and most spectacular rings n addition to providing have been braving the ele 19 at 11 am and 2:3() pm This book also includes a :Thursday January 2' 1917 By Prt RQusseau A Pretty and Useful Valentine Gift t's Rainbow Notepaper This fine paper comes with an allover pastel water print There are also darling little bags (6" x 5") with handles to hold the gift They come in the same pat tern at The Greenhouse 117 Kercheval Remember men Tuesday night is your night at The Greenhouse for haircuts manicures and facials Call ' Adorable sister and brother Grace bathing suits boys trunks and coverups with lobster frog and other amusing appliques are new at Young Clothes 1110 Kercheval They come in infants toddlers and 4 to 6X sizes Maira Dinon is in Chicago for the opening of the new Merchandise Mart to order summer fashions' At 11 Kercheval the spring collections are in and they are a treat to see Personally Yours has super savings in its "Clearance Corner" Many accessories are $1- $3 Lots of sweaters and blouses $5$9 A selection of slacks skirts and vests $11 Long skirts ::a;::c:;:;ed and wool ponchos $14 Lots 'F more ' so come day and Saturday January 28thlk MJt and 29th for inventory t will ::;; reopen Monday January 31st "'7 Frame a Valentine in a sterling silver frame or Rhodium silver to-ne or gold tone frame There are small single or double heart frames in sterling at Pon - gracz Jewelers 91 Kercheval So many sizes and shapes too! Rio 80 one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world hotel air breakfast taxes every: thing! February 26-March' 5 $629 complete Call Chet Sampson Travel ' January 31st is the last day for the SGN OF THE MERMAD lamp and furniture sale also close-outs on miscellaneous items Sale continues through January at Seasons Of Paper 115 Kercheval Have you heard about the fantastic sale now in progress at the Pappagallo Shop? Pappagallo's that were priced up to $37 are now only $18 and you can walk out with two pair for just $24 Pappagallo's that were up to $27 are now $12 ncide!tally all fall and winter purses accessories and ready-to-wear are flying out the doors at 50% Join us for a cup of coffee or hot chocolate while we still have your size in stock 115 Kercheval-On-The- Hill transportation to and' from ments to put the finishing W h t h f catalog which provides a th t "t t h t a ouc 0 her magical complete list of stone circles e ac lv y-mea <:en er t e touches on their Valentine wand the Good Witch of the Nel 'ghbo rh d C b ill h k f th't with details of their exact W e p pac age or e commum y North will transform the deli "'er eal t h bo ' m s d 1 t th' size excavation possible as- 0 ome un a maglca rip over e ram- Fries Auditorium into the 'd t b th L d f 0 lronomical significance and resl en s ow to e an 0 ' b d d z Land of Oz where all S'X major bibliographical refer- cub s oar approve This classic "The Wizard productions will be presented The this service for its Village of Oz" is guaranteed to warm Tickets are reserved and en'r 50 diagrams and 36 Club participants for the the hearts of all families as may be purchased through photographs illustrate the vaperiod through May at they follow the yellow brick the War Memorial 32 Lake- riety and beauty of these wbich time it will be evalu road with Dorothy as she shore road ( ) magnificent monuments SGN OF THE LON store wide January ated and perhap3 extended dances hr way through the Admission is $150 for stu- Sale 20% to 50'; off in both locations through the summer Munchkinland the Enchanted dents and $2 for adults for the C W N Mr Bruce stressed that this Forest and other magical matl'nees and $175 for stu- a ns et N A' 1 f 1 th b 'f ew rnva " 0 unusua spring coats for 15 only an interim solution paces mto e eaut! u dents and $225 for adults for M Th' Y 4 6 THE SM to the transportation needs Emerald City eve n i n g shows Excursion ore S ear glr s - x at ALL SCENE of Pointe senior citizens Those loveable characters fare for groups may be Se' ' Picture Frames in assorted' ' n the ong run he fee s the Scarecrow L Onand Tm- cured at a reduction by call Reynolds Aluminum Rethat serious consideration man are part of the storyland ing Special recogni cycling Co has announced shapes with floral prints brass trim <:; needs to be given to some package tion will be given to "birth- it will increase from 15 cents and cork at THE ALEDOSCOPE "l type of privately or munici- Dates and hours of the pro day people" to 17 cents a pound the pajlysponsored transportation The entire production will amount it pays for aluminum system shared by all Pointe S C be under the direction of cans and other clean house communities panls 1 U ) \lrs Sally Reynolds who's hold aluminum A second major program M -F h 7 assisted by Mrs John Mazer The announcement was receiving approval from the "eels e musical director Members of made by Harold L Albrecht club's board is the develop the cast r e pre s e n t many president of Reynolds Alu ment of a community-wide Spa n ish songs sung by schools and children range minum Recycling Co He monthly new31etter Louise Papista accompanied in age from seven-18 cited projected results of the Jon Austin club senior c:ti- by guitarist Alexander Suc- Sue Brammer who has company's best volume year zens director will contact zek will be featured at the been a member of Children's in 10 years and the fact that various senior citizen groups next meeting of the Grosse Theater for 10 years and who aluminum cans are becoming to develop a mail list and to Pointe Spanish Club on Mon- will be graduating in June a more valuable commodity mold plans to share informa day February 7 at the Cen- from South High School will in the consumer recycling lion for the benefit of all ter at 8 pm play the lead role of Dorothy system as reasons for the older residents Students teachers and al Her role will be shared by pay mcrease As part of this information others interested in the Span- Mary Helen Berg and Lisa "Each time we recycle gathering project Mr Austin ish language and culture are Keegan aluminum we save 95 per would like to work with invited to practice Spanish John Wise and Joe Peller cent of the energy that local senior citizen groups conversation at the meeting ito will be seen as the Scare would be required to make crow and Tom Wiseley and primary aluminum and the Dianne Millenl>acll a the cans can be rccyclcd again Cowardly Lion The role of an again" Mr Albrecht the Tinman will be shared by sad n 'a press release Leo Babcock and Mar i e Poi!1te residents can sell Trombley G1inda the good _alulnum at the Reynolds witch will be brought to life oblle Recyc1mg Truck ta by Teri Turpin loned at Eastland Shoppmg Robin Lees' and Martha Center lot five from 10 am- Terry will be seen as the 12 on Tuesdays " Wicked Witch with under- BeSides cans) clhzen an study Sue Kappaz Andy Vo- recyc1e alummum sldmg gel and Don Clark will enact gtters torm door and the role of the Wizard Sandy W1now flxtres and lawn Caverly will play Auntie Em foture tublg f properly Forty other youngsters will p pared 11 tems ust be be seen as Munchkins and free of foregn matenals nd people of Oz cut to lengths not exceedmg three feet n 1975 Reynolds recycled about 18 billion cans and paid the public $13 million Tiley are now recycling al: 369 FSHER RD Final a'duary Sale Days at the BflTH SHOp 50% OFF Selected SHOWER CURTANS WASH CLOTHS ROUND TABLE CLOTHS DNNER NAPKNS: SHORT TERRYBEACH ROBES 20% OFF WEDG PLLOWS LAUNDRY BAGS BEACH BASKETS HAND PANTED CLPBOARD AND GARDEN GLOVES 10% OFF ALL LUelTE ACCESSORES SHOWER CAD- DES BATH TRAYS COSMETC TRAYS WASTE BASKETS TUMBLERS SOAP DSHES Clear and All Colors ALL SALES FNAL PLEASE ' most 50 percent of the caii _ they manufacture and are ANCOCK ELECTED workmg toward the day Joy' Ka H n k when they'll recycle 100 per ce y a c 0 c ' a 109 Department Sh has cent according to Mr A- gaduate of Grosse Pomte ben assstant vice president brecht gh Sch?ol has been elected since 1974 She joined First vlcepresldent of FTSt Fed- Federal in 1971 and became eral Savings of Detroit Miss assistant manager in !l10'lg the 200 antiqe rials Hancock a certifie(\ public She holds masters and bach: SC and h?5tomc vehlclro on ' accountant (CPA) becomes elors degrees in business ad dlsp:a at Henry Ford Mu '/ipreident and manager ministration from the Univer seum m Dearborn of tie First Federal Account sity of Michigan

13 '''''''':(' & 5 $ $ s;as A L : - - r 3 & g '" Thursday January WOMEN'S From Another Pointe of View By Janet Mueller Heart-to-Heart is the party theme Grosse POlllte to Bloomfield Hills the direction Date is Sunday February 13 Hours are 4 to 6 o'clock Occasion is the annual cocktail party sponsored b the Alumnae of the Sacred Heart Bloomfield Hlls and place is - naturally! - the Bloomfield Hills Academy of the Sacred Heart Mrs Edward Shumaker of Lothrop road is coordinating activities in Grosse Pointe for the event Assisting her will be Mrs William Oldani and Mrs Marcellus Sweeney - * * t's not a small job Peggy Shumaker has taken on for many MANY Pointers are counted among the Bloomfield Hills Sacred Heart Alumnae Mrs Charles Fisher Jr for instance and Mrs Harry Howenstein Mrs Gerard Slattery and Mrs Frank Cliff Mrs Edward McDermott Miss Mary Command Mrs Drew Peslar Mrs Robert Taylor Mrs Donald Delozier Mrs Michael Burke Mrs John Peabody That's just a representative sampling: the tip of the iceberg so to speak * * Special invitations have been sent to Mrs Robert Grambo and other members of the board of the Grosse Pointe Alumnae of the Sacred Heart The Valentne gathering will feature music and cocktails hors d'oeuvres and prizes and a photographic display detailing the History of the Bloomfield Hills Academy (Continued on Page 15) Your personalized moke-over complete treatment shampoo design cut and styling Capilustra o-r blow styling complete make-up and make-up tips for home care Now you can achieve your full beauty potentials for all ages: Complete for $35 Bart Edmond Hair" Skin Salon GROSSE PONTE WOODS Mack Ave Evening f!! \ ; J i ;! '' i - Houn i '1"- : - \ PAGES Shortandto the Pointe Among eight Adrian Col -lege athletes receiving letter jackebs from the school auhe close of the fall sports pro gram was JM COLSON a >enior Business/Economics major son of the JOHN R COLSONS of Hollywood ave nue The Grosse Pointe North High School graduate Wati awarded the jacket after earning three varsity letters for Golf Threeyear holder of an Adrian academic scholarship he is a member of A!]>ha Ohi national college hollor scholarship 'Society and recipient of a scholarship cup presented in recognition of his perfect 40 grade point average in 19'75 terms of study He pianosto enroll in a Masters degree Marketing proglfam after graduation A{ Adrian Jim has been a student sports information cli- -rector a sports writer and editor for the college newspaper and a member of the local d-a i y neaper's ':ports staff He mana'ged the basketba:'1 team for a year and was the squad'is official statistician for two seagtms Navy Fire Control Technician second Class DAVD B FRYE whose wife PAULA is the daughter of MR and MRS OSCAR CARNES of Wayburn avenue recently reo turned from participation in the maritime portion of the major NATO exercises "Autumn Forge"76" He is servo ing as a crewmember aboard the guided missile destroyer USS Sellers homeported in Charleston SC 00" Among 26 Western Michigan UnivefrSity seniors sel ected as recipients of Dis tinguished Senior Scholar ships for the winter seme'ster is Finance major MARY K KENNEDY daughter of MR and MRS MELVLLE KEN- NEDY of West da lane The scholamships were award_ Set Telephone Bridge Party Members of the Grosse Pointe Woman's Club will open their homes Wednesday February 9 for a telephone bridge party Hostesses will serve a dessert luncheon at 12:30 o'clock to members and their guests Reservations may be made until Friday February 5 by contacting Mrs Charles H Backoff 8S50541 or Mrs Henry D Lampman from our cotleclion 0/ Ca6ual :;])re66ej top-stitched to highlight the detailed looser shaping Open Daily 9;30 Om '0 5:30 pm CLOSED SATURDAYS 3 Kercheval Ave or Fisher Road Punch and Judy 8/oc4 TU GROSSE PONTE NEWS Discussing plans for the fifth annual Alliance Francaise de Grosse Poi n t e scholarship fund - raiser "Une Soiree a la Nouvelle Orleans" to be presented Friday evening Feoruary 4 from 8 o'clock to midnight at Lq Cave in Park lvenue with DR ARTHUR SESK member of the Pointe Alliance's Scholarship committee are party co-chairmen 1\f THE SQURREL'S NEST MACK MRS KARL BERTRAM (left) and MRS ANTHONY VERMEU- LEN The New Orleans Night will feature dinner with a Creole accent and a live Dixieland Band Deadline for reservations which are being taken by Mrs Bertram at is tomorrow Friday January 28 Valet parking will be available NES of Broadstone road Ma:ters of Laws in Labor She is the recipient of a Law Marygrove schclaship and member of the Student Forum Named to the 19'76-'77 Columbia University swimming " * team is Pointer PET E R Receiving Law de g r e e s JOOS a junior graduate of from Wayne State University AU3tin Catholic rep School during ' i n t e r commence 0; ment execies were GARY Pointer DONALD MOYER A MAXMUK of Anita ave- ha3 been elected to a one nue and JOHN E ORDON year term on the board of of Lothrop road Juris Doc- the Meu-opo:ltan Detroit ContOil'S and PETER H VAN vention and Visitors Bureau HORNE of Lincoln road (Continued on Page 26) ALL Sales Now sweaters sleepwear and hats and No COD's Page sports Wnter jewelry Thirteen To Spend An Evening in New Orleans A New President For Garden Center ed on the basis of high academic standing participation in exu-a-curriculal' hdivities and contributions to WMU and/or the loc' community " Among University of Mic<h igan-dearborn degree candi dates honored at December commencement ceremonies were DEBORAH SUE BOG- GESS of Beacomfield avenue and PAUL THOMAS DAUDLN of Nottingham road Bache:or of AJrts and GARY CALVN WOODARD of Hawthorne road Bachelor of Science Wayne State University Professor AND R E W L REEVES of Trombley road will lead research on the tox icity of ga'ses vapors and particulate components of diesel engine exhaust to be 'studied under a $ one year agteement between Gen eral -M1}tors Corporation and the WSU School of Medicine's Department of Occupatlonal and Environmental Health Results will help judge potential respiratory toxic haz ards arising from' exposure to diesel $) Q '* emissiol1!s o >> NATHAN C JUDSON Grosse Pointe North High School il1!strumental director was a member of the resource panel at the Adjudi cator Workshop sponso'1'ed by the Michigan School Band and OrchestJra Association early in December The pro gram is a training session for ootential band and orchestra festival judges Mr Judson who has been judging for over 12 years has been a member of the Grosse Pointe Public Schools' faculty since 1968 and is a past president of MSBOA * v Cited for academic achievementrduring the fall term at Northwood nstitute :Midland are PointeroS CATHE- RNE MARY KOSEK named to the President's List of straight - A studentjs and Dean's List students SUSAN LEE NURM JEFFREY H RUSH S T ACE Y LYNN MEREDTH C 0 L LEE N ANN SCHLECHER a 11 d ' KAREN B VanELSLADER Among 2*1 ;ra;grove Col lege students named to 19'77'0; "Who's Who Among Stu dents in American Universi ties and CQl1eges" is senior Art major FRANCES )1 TERES daughter of MR nd MRS DONALD TER r SALE i ENDS «FEBRUARY 5th SAVE 10% to 50% Hours: Monday thru Sol 9;30530 Sundoy 12-5 Mrs Clarence E Maguire Accepts Gavel from Mrs Arthur O A Schmidt at Annual Meeting: Honorary Membership Awarded to Marie Louise Anderson The Grosse Pointe Garden Center has a new president Mrs Clarence E Maguire of Loc!lmoor boulevard who accepted her gavel of office from Mrs Arthur O A Schmidt of Lakecrest lane at the Garden Center's annuai luncheon meeting last Friday January 21 in Alger House of the Grosse Pointe War Memorial "Madame President" is An Honorary Gro3se Pointe no new title for Ginny Garden Center Membership Maguire She has twice was p-resented to Miss Marie Louise Anderson in recog been president of her nition of her complete and garden club unswerving devotion to the She wa'3 president of the Garden Center since it in Michigan Division of the Woman's National Farm and ception Single - handedly :\1a r i e Garden Association and is Louise - ":\li55 Goe Poinl presently first'vice-president Garden Center" - has built of the national board of up and maintained the Gar WNF&GA den Center's membership of he is a past-president of 1000 peoj:1e She ha manned the Women's Association of the Garden Center Room at Grosse Poi n t e Memorial the Grosse Pointe War Me Church and in addition to modal for 10 moaths of the serving a head of the Garden Club Council has been year s;nce time immemorial Miss Anderson served two active locally and nationally term> as fir'3t p-resident of in "Keep America Beautiful" the GroEse Pointe Garden :M'rs John N Failing Jr Center and has been membership chairman ever since chairman of the nominating committee presented the slate A History of the Past Year of new officers Elected to her own condensed version of serve with Mrs Maguire as all the annual reports was first and second vice-presidents 'l'espectively ' ere and Vicky (Mrs Richard P presented by Mary Lou Frost Mrs Wesley R Johnson and ) Joy reported on the Garden Center's qeautiful Bicen- Mr> David C Lowe Mrs Harold R Smlth is tennial Trial Garden recording!secretary Mrs The program ended with a Stanley F Dolega assistant fascinating slide presentation recording secretary Mrs by Dr Woodburn O ROESon John H Carter is col1respond "Egypt - t> Mystery and ing secretary Mrs J Crawford F'rost Jr assistant reo banks (pyrmid3 tombs and Majesty" covering the Nile cording secretary temples) from Cairo to Aswan - Treasurer and assi3tant trea'3urer respectively are Chairmen of arrangements Mrs J Lane Donovan and for the day were Mesdames Mrs Daniel J Clifford Dolega and Lowe Jh shops of W"lt"nirct Final SALE originally $60 n three styles in four colors originally $14 and $20 - Now $7 DRASTC REDUCTONS ON LOUNGE WEAR 1/2 off a separates robes fur THREE DAYS ONLY Thursday Friday and Saturday- January Further reductions on a selection of current coats dresses dresses and jackets evening dresses and half size foundations A group of PANTSUTS BLOUSES selection of handbags fleece hats knit scarves 1/3 off a selection of sleepwear 1/4 off of famous name bras 1/3 to 1/4 off all regular foundations and girdles A special selection of foundations and girdles $10 Some girdles and panty girdles s5 1/2 off a selection of sample bridal gowns Szes 8 and 10 Grosse Poine only Jht shops of Wlllto1t-Pi l6828 Kercheval GrossePoin 2861 SomersetMall Troy

14 ;"""""-"-:o<i(l"""!'4 "Gq"'!4'4qq"44"'!l " ''lli!ljlpo!s!!' l?j" -!J!! e 22 Page Fourteen GROSSE PONTE NEWS Thursday January 27 '977 Society News Gathered -from the Poirttesi' ' _ ] eanne Smith to Say J'OlVS Hllllt-]ennings Troth s Told --' Mr and Mrs Donald F has been residing and where Smith of Nottingham road she is on the nursing stau are announcing the engage at Little Traverse Bay HOmenl of Jeanne Marie Smith pita! Her nance a Petoskey daughter of Mr Smith and High School graduateis Mrs William Livingston of with Rausch St Clair Shores and Michael toskey Jewelry in Pe James L)'ons son of Mr Miss Smith and Mr Lyons and Mrs James D Lyons who became engaged on of Petoskey New Year's Day are plan The bride-elect attended ning a midsummer garden North Central Michigan Col wedding at the prospective lege in Petoskey where she bridegroom's family home Mr and Mrs J Joseph Jennings of Rochester formerly of Moran road are anllouncing the engagement of their daughter Laurie Haven Jennings and Jonathan Adams Hunt son of Mr and Mrs Philip Wesly Hunt of Weston Mass Miss Jennings an alumna of University Liggett School received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Wellesley Col lege where she became affiliated with Zeta Alpha She is a member of Tau Beta Her fiance holds a Bache lor of Arts degree from Rollins College Winter Park Fla and a Masters degree in Business Administration from Babson College A small family wedding is bt:ing planned for March 5 June Wedding Date s Made June wedding plans are be ing made by K'l'lsten Sooomig and DouglaG Allan Ryckman whose engagement hll's been announced by her parents Mr and Mrs Lud Schomig ot River road Kris was graduated {rom Grosse Pointe South High School Both she and Doug son of Mr and 'Mlns B C Ryckman of Sanibel sland Fla a're graduates of the Uniwrsity of 'M-iell i g a n where she affiliated with Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and he with Theta 'Delta Chi frater nity 'Mm Schomlg has been a Speeoo Pathologist with the Dearborn School System for the past two yea Doug is an accountant with the Arthur Anderson Company You can spend your money "at good taste '5 hard to find lamia mens haircutting mack don't miss the savings! once-a-year beautf tsptoal:s Helena Rubenstein Borghese RogeR&Galiet Soaps Vita-Bath Full Service PHARMACY FREE DELVERY Gift BOUTQUE Cosmetic BEAUTQUE Doily Sunday NEW YORK TMES Notre Dame PHARMACY Kercheval inthe-village ShOp a m to 9 pm (Mon hru Sa Sundays HOhdl)'1i Packaged Liquor Dealer Finesl mported Domelic Win Bers Mrs Michael H n Grosse Pointe Congregational Church Saturday January 22 SHERRE LYNN NEEF daughter of the Arthur Allan Neefs of Stone hurst road spoke her marriage vows to Mr Vail son of the Robert Vails of Schenectady NY Offer talian John Guinn classical music critic for the "Detroit F'ee Press" will teach a course titled "A Music Critic Looks at talian Opera" under auspices of the Community Services Office of Wayne County Community College beginning Monday February 7 and continuing for eight Mon days from 7 to 9 o'clock at Grosse Poi n t e Memorial Church - The course is open to any one interested in learning about talian opera "N&-previous knowledge of opera is required" stressed Guinn "and no musical background is needed "As a matter of fact g norance of lhe subject mat- perhaps the best pre- 'equisl:'_ ' 'BXordmgs "" performances and lecture discussion Guinn will explore operas by Verdi Puccini Bellini Donizetti Mo zart 1ndRossini The operas will be examined in pairs with excerpts from each set listened to and discussed n addition one complete opera (Puccini's "Tosca"); win be examined Guinn holds a Masters degree in music from the University of Notre Dame and Beta Sigma Phi Names Karen Valentine Queen Karen (Mrs James) Ber schback of Hunt Club drive will reign as Xi Alpha Omega Chapter Valentine Queen at the Macomb County Council of B!!ta Sigma Phi's an nual Valentine dinner-dance Saturday Febroary 19 at the Gourmet House in St Clair Shores Xi Alpha Omega has sched uled next month's regular meetings for Wednesday February 2 at the 'Bishop road home of Jan (Mrs Jer ry) Hines and Wednesday February 16 at the Roslyn road home of President Marge (Ms Donald) Parsons 'Bela Sigma Phi with a membership of over 2';0000 is one of the -largest Greek letter organizations in the world '-----' Opera'Course served as chairman of the Music Department at the University of Detroit from 1972 to 1975 A pianist organist com poser aod conductor be is director of music for Our Lady Star of the Sea parish and'serves on the music ad visory panel of the Michigan Council for the Arts Tuition for the course is $25 Registration takes place at the first cla meeting Miss Neef Married To Michael H Vil identical long'sleeved high" shaped inset of silver bead long sland Home Awaits Newlyweds Who Are necked cherry red frocks work and a smail eummcr " yacationing in Aspen" Colo after Sunday with attached triagu!ar scar bund : Service and Reception at Country Club ves adsheddat the}rsides and Mr> Arlington Lccklidcr ' ----_-- carre re roses the bride's maternal grand:' Sherrie Lynn Neef and Michael Howard Vail BC\>tman was Allan Crom mother was allired in palc were married Satutday evening January 22 at a mett Guests were seated by aqua accented with French candlelight service in the Gros1le Pointe Congrega- Arthur Allan Neef Jr brot chiffon sjec\'es le'r paternal f 1 Ch h Th' h' Th R er of the bnde Robert Vall grandmothcr Me; Arthur' lona ure e ntes at W ch e everend the tddeg'room's brother Ra:r Neef w 0 r JO;lgslcc'cd ' oy Hutcheon presded were folloed by a recep- Suatoni Larry Jordan Wi' shrimp silk hon at the Country Club of DetrOt liam Buell and Joseph Back- ) The bride is the daugh er The bnde asked 1 a1!l Kcl t f M d' M A bridesmaids iche/e Vail the Mr; Neef 'elected a gown cy of Sunmngdalc drive 10 h r 0 A l' an N rti r i bridegrool"(1'st win sister at cafe silk chiffon bordered be trumpeter for the r:erc - t ur an e 0 Wendy and Susan Lecklider with pearls at a de'ep round mony StnehQrst r 0 ad the cousins of the bride Rose ed neckline for her daugh The newlyweds arc vaca brdegroom the son of mary Bagby of Oakland ter's wedding The bride- lionin;; in Aspen Colo They Mr and Mrs Rob e r t Md and MorsEmmet Owen" groom's mother c:ose an ap will make their home 011 Lon" Va i of Schenectady of Fort Collins Colo" wore ric<>tgown styled with a V- 'sland NY " NY Pea r led ft"-embroidered "'osse Polfdta Chid fgn'c" TLA Ar Alecon iace detailed the cuffs \111 nidi ( fr:c:llt: and 'bodice and eircled the cathedral train of the ivory PRESENTS satin bridal gown The former Miss Neef\s l veil of imported silk illusion W P-:: fell from a coronet of pearl; 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15 ----;--:-"-----ol!!!/ O S_ e"_ l'!lj- _!'!!!!J l!l!!! - ' ' " ' Thursdy January GROSSE PONTE NEWS Page Fifteen Women's Page by of and for Pointe Women From - Another Pointe of View (Continued from Page 15) A Littl Morning Music "Music For A While" is a new concept - l\ morning concert series performed by professional Detroitarea musicians "Music For A While" is also the name of a song by Henry Purcell and that song will of course be swlg (by soprano Nancy ZanollivonOe)'en of Detroit accompanied by Pointer Helen Wu) at the first "Music For A While" concert ' t's set for Thursday February 10 at 10 o'clock in the third floor music room of Grosse Pointe Memorial Church Elevator service and parking are available at the rear of the church Admission is $2 The vonoeyenwu duo will perform six songs by Poulenc as well as the group's Purcell theme song The program will continue with a sonata for violin and piano by Veracini performed by Pointers Barbara Porbe and Louise Gall Alice Ellison and Laurie Lindemulder another Pointe pair will playa piano duet Mozart's "Fantasie" No1 K594 The concert closes with a trio in D Minor by Mendelssohn played by Pointer Bett)' Peterson violinist and Deb'oiters Don Trout cejlist and Marjorie ConnellStrimple pianist The next program in the series is scheduled i for March 3 Additional information on "Music For ' (Continued on Page 26) -- Bedspreads Draperies Married in Juiy DSO Features talian Pi'anist ;;- " r1j' '4 "t-: f" f A) 'r ' - r t!i< ""'_ #' { Photo by lud n Saint James Lutheran Church Saturday July 24 SUSAN ELZABETH KURTH became the bride of MARK LAWRENCE MONTEROSSO Their parents are Mr and Mrs William J Kurth Schomig Jr of Hollywood avenue and Mr and Mrs Lawrence P Mc;mterosso of Harper Woods Cornforters Headboards Pillows Accessories Boudoir Furniture NOW S THE TME TO MAKE YOUR SELECTON NmLE '-1 : FREE :11 : Fashion Scarf: f CREEK BED & BATH SHOP Kercheval Ave" Grosse Pointe Open Thursday evenings talian pia n is t Michele to for Orchestra will now be th h Campanella will make are performed at the concerts o( W any pu rc ase turn engagement with the March 4 5 and 6 Detroit Symphony Orchestra Tomorrow evening's con ova r $15 at a pair o( concerts Thrs cert is the third in this sea duv and Fndav evemng son's Zodiac series and in Jalary 27 and '28 at 8:30 cludes a special preconcert o'c1uck in Ford Auditorium Prelude at 7:30 o'clock in the The young musician who auditorium appeared with the DSO This week's Zodiac Prelude in April o( 1974 will perform features soloist Michele Cam Ravel's Concerto for the Left panella in a short piano reo Hand in a program devoted cital Mr Campanella will entirely to music o( Ravel play three sonatas o( Dome ALL first W NTER STOCK and " 4 '": dtfunte" conducted by DSO music nico Scarlatti (K 486 K 481 director Aldo Ceccato and K 427) three studies Other works include the (rom Muzio Olementi: "Gra 1Jff "Pavane pour une infante dus ad Parnassum (Nos "La valse" and the 24 BO and 55}; Franz Liszt's $o'ji>; f8\fff"t'fti>ri!o'grai"jlo< Poem' coer par"wba OCJAu ''Bo1e'fo ': "oj" : ':!' ' "Spnnltlg Cliorus:' rom Wag These' pieesa repr8ll;nt a ner's drera- 'D'J'"lliegende change of program from the Hol!aender" and Lis'lt's Hun Don't miss the GRAND FNALE concerts as originally an garjn Rhapsody No2 nounced' the Bartok Concer 'Mchele Campanella was of Gerri's Winter Clearance! born in Naples in 1947 He Gowns pantsuits dresses studied at the Conservatorio di San Pietro a Majella under blouses separates We are proud Vincenzo Vitale continuing 10 introduce at the same time classical EVERYTHNG must go! ROBN studies at the Faculty or Philosophy "y/i! at n 1966 he was the youngest e J dt () outique TOT' Casella nternationa[ Piano 9 C8 New {lid::> l ontestant and the (irst tale Of Kimberly Korners "/'ft S 'L"JT an eve to Win the AHreo _ t1 U'" Competition of the Accademla MACK Musicale" Napolilana MACK at lochmoor 2 blks E 01 CadieulC He bas since concertized _ Coli widel all over Europe and America mcludmg appear- ances with the orchestras or Detroit Cincinnati San Fran cisco and Cleveland where '' f} CREEk he made his United States debut with Aldo Ceccato in nett ' the summer of 1973 He has made several rec ords for the Philips label and A N N U A L S A L E is now planning other record ings with the British (irm SAVE 20% on CUSTOM DECORATNG P!kets (or Thusday eve lng's concert prced from "'" $4 to $9 are available at the '': Ford Auditorium box o[fjce!i"; all Hudson's and Montgom : er' Ward ticket outlets A limited number o( $2 : tickets (or students and sen : ior citizens are available at the Box Office starting at 8 o'clock this evening Tickets for Friday's Zodiac : concert also available at the the box office Hud'50n'ci and Ward's are priced (rom $4 to $7 (hac-price (or stu dents) Recorded information on all forthcoming DSO concerts is availablc 24 hours a day by calling j Beethoven s Subject For Musicians league Members or the Detroit Musicians League gathered Tuesday January 25 at 10 in the morning in Marygrove CoUeJ:(e's Madame Cadillac Hall wht're Benning Dexter of the University of Michi gan gavl' a ccturerccilal: "The Wonderful Sounds o( Beethoven" WEDDNG BELLS Music of Love hamber Music for Wedding remonles Receptions and Other Occasions String Qilartets String TrOS Early Music Ensembles Smgers Orgamsts Guitarists Pianists ' Flutists Violinists Monterosso-Kurth PCTURE FRAMNG DSCOVER HOW EASY T S TO FRAME T YOURSELF AND SAVE 3D50%! UDOT PCTURE FRAME WORKSHOP Ps ENOU NOW 96 t 9E HO E WARREN Nf CadiVll GaSS Potnt AffUJ DRESSES formerly CLASS COATS NOW To $220 $ 67-$148 To s445 s153 - s298 :lji maria UPHOLSTERNG NTEROR DECORATNG STUDO M1CK AVE 881-i757 GROSSE PONTE WOODS MCH Better Sportswear - 6ll GROUPS formerly to 5325 NOW $29 - $216 LNGERE ROBES - ALL GROUPS formerly to $95 NOW $11 $65 ACCESSORES ALL GROUPS formerly to S170 NOW s5$113 All Sales Final additional items have been added AU fresh and desirable merchandise Vows Exchanged -----" - --" ered skirts They carried wore floor length chiffon Alencon Lace and Pearls Accent Bride"s vory bouquets o( peach yeuow printed in shades or oran:;c Chiffon Gown; Her Attendants Weal' and apple green dried and peach green blue and whit!' silk flowers selfbelled and styled wilh Peach Polyester Knits Flower girl Slephanie Ann \' (ull raglan sleeve's Shr At home in Roslyn rod are Mr and Mrs Mark Harrington the bridegroom's pinned peaeh silk roses and niece carried a SOlall wicker lilies or the valley to her i Lawrence Monterosso who vacationed in Florida' after their wedding Saturday Jllly 24 in Saint basket filled with peah purse J L h d yellow and apple green dried T:le bridegroom's mother ames ut eran Church an a reception at Hill- and silk flowers The puff: selected an opencollared i crest Country Club '-' sleeves and high wast of her longsleeved (Joor e n g t h f Mrs Monterosso is the A matching lace and pearl long- pclyester klllt peach shirtwaist o( cocoa brown former Susan Elizabeth Juliet cap held her cathedral print were trimmed with lace overlaid with o([while lace Kurth daughter of Mr length veil She arried an and matching ribbon and a cocoa and cream silk and Mrs William J arrangement of dned (lowers Christopher Lyle Chamber' rose corsage Kurth Jr of Hollywood wllh \'ory Silk roses and lain came from East Lansing t ' d '1 eucalyptus leaves 'h' (t 't Outofto\\n gues s locu e avenue Mr Monterosso to sen e as S ra erm y the bridegroom's uncle Don is the son of the Law- She was attended by her brolher's best man n lhe ald Monterosso of Lighthouse rence P Monterossos of sister Barbaa Anne Krth usher corps were R 0 g e r Point Fla the bride's uncle i 1 d H as hdonrf ma T l h dandwbnhdes Cha:les bjohth r anotlher (fra and aunt Mr and Mrs WOrLh awt 101'e roa arper mal s " rs omas ar termty ro er a So rom Helm f Gard n Cit S C Woods rington the bridegroom's sis East Lalsing Michael De and t'e 0 bride's 'cousi: Mr: For the 5 o'clock rites at ter Susan Jane H?ffma of ls Jemngs or Ann Arbor Jack Steed or Mesquite Tex which The Reverend George Portage a soronty Sister t1e bn<legroom's co leg ' ' M Scheller presided he Deb 0 r a h Jean Maxey a roommate Mr Harrington Mrs Allen Dickinson!he bride chose a gown of ivory cousin and Jeannine Diane and James Arthur Fenton bride's cousin was soloist chiffon accented with Alencon Timm The mother of the bride during the ceremony lace and pearls styled with Tleir long peach polyester full c!licconsleeves ending in knits U n e c ked and cap deep cu([s o( lace and pearls sleeved (eatured k not t e d and a Walteau train sash belts and slightly gath 78 Kercheval on the Hill- Grosse Pointe Farms SUTS $ 7 $ ssps r ast x' n «rl tt _ -_-a H _ --- i'

16 ; : ) " ' ) " l ' " 4 " GROSSE PONTE NEWS Thursday January Society News Gathered from the Pointes - Rockettes Host ng Flowers in Art )Twelve OalsBusiness For Pe tt 'POlll e i -- Anot er nsp HS 'n MS HAR STYLNG PERM SALE JAN 17 thru Jan 31 20'10off on our $25 and $30 Perms Lakeshore Village Shopping Center Marter Road at Jffon S Clar Shores Mini-Mali or_'rf-5561 (\ \ehe J'aJieJ Appa 1 J!)et 12Y226Y2 620 NA TlONALL Y ADVERTSED BRANDS GOWNS DRESSES SPORTSWEAR SWEATERS BLOUSES LNGERE HOSERY BRAS GRDLES SCARFS HANDKERCHEFS HANDBAGS Try us for hard to find items & service!)jalelle l6431it>"arren ::- _ gt e:outer DRVE-'" < (Ned 10 'Sanden) MAT <:HARGE BAN!(!\MERCARD t Women Meet Tuesday -- TwC':veOaks Oharter Chap- h Bo e The Parish Hou3e of Saint ter of the American Busi Paul'sohtheLakeshore for ness Women's Association mer home DCMr and Mrs held its regular business Bums Henry Jr:will be th meeting at 6:30 o'clock Tues "Disneyland Characters'" s Therne for This Year s setting Cor Pettlpointe Chap day January 25 at Belanger lady Curlers' Competition; Alandt Trophy ter of Questel1s' noon meet Hse in RoralOk to Be Awarded Following Today's Play ing Wednesday February 3 Why the CrmlalJusl1ce The house Spantshstyle in Systt:m Has Failed was the The Women's Division of the Detroit Curling a>rohitecture ahords a beau topcchosen bygu 'St'Speaker Club is hosting the 20th annual Detroit Rockettes tiful winter view of icy Lake Frank MandC'lbaum from the h D 't C )' Cl b' W t F t 51 Clair Oaland County Prosecutor's Bonsplel at t e etrol ur mg u m es on:s The Grand farais and Office Lee Carroll gave the avenue just west of Wayne State University where Pear Tree Chapters will be vocational talk play began yesterday January 26 and concludes Pettipointe'iS guests for a pro today gram featuring Mrs Urban play the Rockettes hosted a E ig h tee n of the 24 amng her offll:ers ad Boresch former Grand Ma yourmet cocktail buffet with rinks playing for the charmen are Ms Marvm rais president talking on a "Disne)'land Characters" Alandt Trophy are from Larivee treasurer Mrs A "Flowers in Art theme in keeping with the d d U it d bert McKay in charge of 'Mary Lou Bor'esch a noted theme of the Bonspiel Club Can a a ann e games; and Mrs Tom Zur speaker for area Questers is and table decorations and States cities other than Sch!J1iede assistant DonsPiell also wellversed in Mettlcb entertainment by Detroit Detroit Six teams are chairman under Mrs Tom steins and Flowers in History RockeUes members' all 10' playing for the host club Handyslde of Mount Clem cused on this theme Each rink plays four ens general chairman McGlynn Mrs William Dre Prizes will be awarded games during the two-day AU are playing in the Bon yer and Mrs Will>onMain following tooay's games The vent Wnners are deter spiel as are fellow Pointers Other local pla)'ers come winner receives the Alandt mined on a point basis Ms 'Jean Hewitt Mrs Jo- from all over the metropoli Tmphy captured last year Mrs Vietor Breidenbleb seph Giroux Mrs CoUn Wit tan area Orchard Lake to by Mrs Ken Arnold and her of Grand Marai boulevud kjnson Mrs Tom Bowling Harper Woods Bloomfield rink from Kingsville Ont is current president of tile Mrs Harold Davis Ms Har- Hills to Dearborn who are on hand to defend Detroit Rocltettea Pointers riet Guignon Mrs Joseph Yesterday evening after their title " i " YORKSHRE TELEVSON SERVCE WARRANTY SERVCE CENTER FOR: ZENTH ReA QUASAR ANTENNA SERVCE - 25 Years n This Area! MACK Between 8 & 9 Mile Rds TEL-TWELVE MAJ-L ANTQUE SHOW and SALE Telegraph and 12 Mil Road Thursday January 20 through Sunday January 30 Mon thru Sat 10 am to 9 pm Sunday 12 "oon to 5 pm FREE ADMSSON FREE PARKNG The friends Of Bon 8ecours tospital JJolnan' S Club To Play Bridge Cathy Mason BeCOllleS a Felllale 'First' at MSU _ By Barbara lughes ing a dorm library in the dorm and see 60me Catherine Mason 19 daugh- Cathy says the main dicci changes made tef of Mr and Mrs James E cully that s-hehas experienced Cathy isa sophomore Busl M'ason of Buckingham road with her new position is try- nc3smajor "A lot of people has been elected first woman ing to juggi" its rcsponsibili have told me that Business president of a co-ed donni tit's with c1a5es and her l a good place to be l-ight tory Senate at Michigan State part-tole job in the Shaw now" she explaim " have Univcmily The Senate is the cafetelia She decided to run an eye on Law School in the governing board of each res for Senate president betause future but in undergraduate idence hall on campus she wanted to get involved programs business majors Cathy was graduated from S Mary's oc Redford Catha- Hc High Soowl where she belonged to the lki and tennis dubs and was on the base ball basketbai and swim teams Her responsibilities 3tS Sen ate president oc Shaw Hall take up a'bout 20 hours a week in paperwork and time talking with people about their ideas for the dorm CatflY explains that the Senate of each dormitory at Michigan Stale levies a tal( of 150 a lerm which is used to purchase sports equipment libra<ry books llagazines :md movies which are made :vail able to all reisidents The Senate also works with management to allocate space for public use such as lounges party rooms and television rooms The Senate is involved in developing relations between MSU and the community by inviting outside s e r v ice gtoups into Shaw to sponsor holiday parties and activities for underpriviiaged children Under'Miss!'lbson's leader ship a new dorm damage policy has been worked out for Shaw Hall A representative from each floor partici pates in evaluating damage and judging what restitution 'ill be made other issues Cathy and tile Senate are working on in clude planning the dorm's budget implementing im provement!; for the Black Culture room and establish The Gro'i1sePointe Worn an's Club Bridge Group will gather next Wednesday Feb ruary 2 at noon in the Jo sephine Gregory Room of the Grosse Pointe War :Me morlal's Alger House A sandwich buffet will pre cede 'an afternoon of cards All Woman's Club 'members who enjoy playing bridge are invited to participate ReservaUons are required and may be made through Monday January 31 by con tacting co-chairman Mrs Martin Daher or committee member Mrs Lampton J Caldwell Roma Riddell Sings ] an 30 Nutria trimmed wi1h Fox collar and cuffs are the only ones who seem to feel they have really secure chances of getling )od' jobs" Miss Mason adds that be ing Senate president 1s giv ing her valuable experience in working with people and teaching her how to compromi'se JANUARY Tur sale :fray JinoJ $tvj of Grosse Pointe MACK (near Moross) next to Woods Theatre Use Our Convenient LAY-A-WAY Pion Open 9:30 am Unfit 5 pm N CO-OPERATON FREE 6LAUCOMA & WTH GROSSE PONTE LONS CLUBS AND EAST SDE LONS CLUB JANUARY 31st OFFER BY OPHTHALMOLOGSTS (No Appointment ADMSSON BY TCKET ONL Y JESTNG 12 NOON UNTL 9PM Necessary) "VSUAL LOSS---- TODAY'S MAJOR CAUSES" LECTURE GROSSE PONTE WAR MEMORAL 32 LAKESHORE ROAD GROSSE PONTE MCHGAN 7:30 PM FREE LECTURE AND Advertisement Sponsored by Manufacturer' National Bank and National Bank of Detroit TCKETS NF"ORMATON Soprano Roma Riddell of Bishop road will be a fea- tured artist at the next con cert in the Laudenslager Music Series to be present ed this Sunday January 30 at 3 o'clock at Orchestra Hall Mrs Riddell a graduate of the University of Toronto Music School has been a leading soprano with the CBC Opera Company has soloed with major American and Canadian orchestras and has concertized ext ens i vel y throughout the UnitW States Canada Great Britain and Austria She will sing some Faure songs 'llnd per10rm in "The Night of the Four!Moons"by Crumb Also featured on the program will be Lawrence Hurst string bass and memo bers of the Detroit Sym phony Tickets ranging from $10 patron to $250 for studenl and senior citizens are avail able at all J 1 Hudson stores and may be purchased at Orchestra Hall one hour hefore the concert Your Child Not Toilet Trained? 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17 " " J"""'!- 1_':'J{_ a5111!1!1":!l 111)5&111) ; 2) :( )) -- 1_':'- al t 14 Thursday January G R o's S E PO N TEN E W S " "--" Women's Page Yes we cangive your home a new look! Give hat tired-looking furniture a new lease on life have if restyled to match your new decor and revpholstered with beautiful Scotchgard fabrics We also c'ostom make slipcovers (cloth & plastic) & Drapes UPHOLSTERY formerl)' nr errhe'nl /01322 \lnr/ nol" nt Free V:\ t'l;malp_{ Look Your Best WTH A NEW HAR DO FROM ROBELLES * SENOR CTZENS * SPECALS every Mon Tues Wed HEAT WAVE PERMS Now Available CO * EXPERENCED MANCURST * at your Service lnquire a/jou!our door prizes lor yo"r church social even! * Make Your Apt)ointment Early Winlertime activities con tinue [or Suburbia Garden Club at a Tuesday February luncheon meeting at the home o[ 'member Mrs John Galvin Mrs Raymond Duffy Jr will be pr9viding dessert Millie Allen will give a lee ture and demonstration ()n flower arranging Due to Suburbia's fiscal year change from January to May services of fhe present officers will be extended until that date Officers are rs Diamond Phillips pres ident; Mrs William C Beck enhauer Jr vice-president; Mrs Bernard Pearse record ing secretary; Mrs Herbert Epstein corresponding sec retary: and Mrs Duffy treasurer n 1976 "Suburbia" made fin a n cia contributions to four charitablc ogranizations: FLEC the Children's Home of Detroit the Ruth Alden Dress Drive and the Capu chin Communil)' Center Benefit for Hungarian Heritage Room Slated The Hungarian Heritage Room committee of Wayne Slatc Uni'ersity will hold a benefit masquerade dinner dance Saturday Februarr 19 at the Hungarian Reformed Church in Allen Park Pro ceeds will help create a classroom focusing on Hun garian cui t u ' e in WSU's Speech arid Foreign Language Building Some $60000 is needed to complete the facility accord ing to Mrs Leslie Halaszi chairman of the benefit Some $20000 has been raised over the last four years through various fundraising events Construction on the room will begin in farch Tickets for the dinnerdance at $1250 per person includ ing a complete authentic u n gar i a n dinner ;mn a masque parade with judging of costumes plus music by the Louis Bodo Orchestra may be ohtained by calling ""' it::f!! WNS '\ immmi :J Cf)napen 'g WNTtJRSALtJ MACK AVE (Near 9 Mile Rd) Page Seventeen by of and for Pointe Women _ _ Present Kil)nis Mine Tlteatr Engaged Friends of Belle s!e Phase 1 Silltes :MAClD Membership Jltlgfl to Talk to Jlfethodists Elect Officers for 77 'Meetmg Scheduled The Claude Kipnis Mime He first came to the United S(luare Jallce --- lhe Honorable Y Gladys ' day as well as chane 10 be Theatre pays its first visit to States in 1966 for a nineweek 1 The Detroit Chapter or \lit' arsamiajl a Wayne Counl expect('( in the futme the Detroit Symphony Or engagement at New York's Ray Rickman executive _ 1 Michigan Association for J rohat J udge Jm'cmle [m /oste: for te ay S the chestra during a pair of Theatre de Lys' since then director of the Jefferson Phase" an all lngles Children with Learning Dis- lon Will speak 10 the Vill'd ":gape!' ellowslll'p (rouo ;\lu oung People's Concerls this he and his copany have Chalmers District Council goup h: planned n eve abilities will hold a member :\elhodist WOlllen at the SC Will he provded hy r; Saturday January 29 at 11 t d Ong of square dances and h' ' d' J l'rosse Pointe United Melho Hoberl Shover ReservallOns comp e e consecullve na has been :eelected president mixers for Sunday January s p meelln g "on ay all\; d'ist Church in Mow;' road may he made hrou&j Friday an 2 o'clock in Ford Audi'l tional tours including appear of r"e Friends of Belle sle 30 at 7 '45 o'clock at Grosse ary 31 at 730 m the e\enlll" J 28 b ''' th torlum '1 ances at Chicago's Ravinia h 1 h' POinle Memorial Church at Epipany Lutheran Church Judge Bar;amian a lire hanuahry ff" Y886c2a3613no e Mr Kipnis an(1 hl's con F t' t' tho e parr suppor group e \" t S 1\1'1 1 "d ' curl' 0 es va re urmng S pas Caller Chuck Koptka will ex ce " ur- n "es even e roa( one ollg DetrOt re1 ent ha a ' 'd'd pany cited as "one oi the summer' for the third time has headed since November plal'n and teaoh the variou" block east of Woodward al'p history or iuvolvcmenl in sear y C'lrc S prho\l c b f t t t' ' b " unc h eon a; a l so een mes en er alnmen s <0 C to the Jacob's Pillow Danc(' 1974 e was a founder of the 'steps and maneuvers nue comnlll11l}' af aj r5 from planned for Tuesday Febru found anywhere today" will Festival b G t k tl [ mem er orgamzatlon The following Friday Fe) i lies spea er u' e ) Ol : S('f\ Ct 0 (al e or C ary 8 to honor out-going Vni perform wo pantomines with Mr Kipnis and his com ruary 4 Phase Will agam wart: MACLD slale \ ce aglll ted :\ethodi;t Women's Pres the DSO under the direction pany also had the honor of ;i The board of directors elecl sponsor an evening of volley prldntl educaton Wll dl;; lr Tuesday lopics will in ident rs Ernest Hershey o[ assistant conductor Philip appearing at he White '1 cd Louis Goldstein AA an bal! slarting at 7:30 o'clock cu'-" Games That Teach elude her vicws on he Equal t will be held at the War Greenberg House lor President Ford il' arc hit e c t for the Detroit at Memorial Church All in ProfeSlOnal and parent ad Righ3 Amendment and worn- Memorial's Alger House at The pr()ductions arc "The The company has appeared School Board vice-president terestcd singles are welcome visors Will be on hand 10 en's posilion in gcneral to- 12:30 o'clock Sorcerer's Apprentice" to with symphony orchestras 1 R d G for 1977 and reelected Lad to participate answer quellons at the "ocja! the well known musie of Paul throughout he country with Mr and r a'moll dison Waldo complroller of Ph ff' t r' hour followmg the presellta Dukas and "Le Boeuf sur e Mr Kipnis being requested Keefe of Umverslly place Deaconess 0 s pit a 1 and ase? ers a vane y 0 ilion Toil:' an improbable (ir<:us to sla"e and create works arc :mnounclog the cngage'l Helen Treacy a teacher at prog'rams lor slllgie persons '' " ment of Mrs Keefe s daugh ' bel ween the agcs of 20 and The lleehng s free and created to music of Darius for the New York Philhar- ter CHRSTNE G DOETSCH DetrOt s K t e r n g High 39 Meetings are held every open to the public Milhaud monic The Lille Orchestra \ School to second terms as The strictly musical works of Lin'coln Center and a spe- to Richard E Kah son of' Sunday evening at :\lemorial _ Mr and Mrs Philip Kah ofl tr)ease and secretary re- Church where furlheor inror i tieo may be ohtained by COlon the program include the cial Stravinsky Celebration Kingsville ant Canada Sl ectl\e mation on the group's activi- i tacling (iust Jahnke verture to Rossini's "WH sponsored by Sarah Caldwell liam Tell" and two more and the Boston Opera Corn- Tina who is also the Labor leader Horace Shef " circuspieces: 'Stravinsky's pany d a ugh t e r of Richard F field was reelected to the: "Circus Polka" and Fucik's Mr Kipnis also served as Doetsch o[ Mount Clemens executive committee along l'entrance of the Gladiators" directorinresidence with the was graduated from Grosse with Dorothy Hughes a sociall rn ade famous b)' th e R' n g Boston 0pera Company th en Pointe 1976 South d' High tlschool din ' 0 r k e r with the Ecorse ' ling Brothers Barnum & as artistinresidence at the ' pa cren y 1': : School System and Marilyn: Bailey band University of lllinois (Cham ng Saclla H evenf' 0 e Tuchow founder and first : Claude Kipnis has' been paignurbana) mg c 00 er lance a president of the Friends hailed by the New York press He has been seen on ma'i graduate f S Clair College as "a giant in contemporary jor TV talk shows across the md?r employed t by the theatre" country created special pro ana an overnmen ' The couple plans an early ;- ifall wedding 1 grams tel'" and for CBSTV"Encoun- most recently mounted a unique segment A'NTQUE SHOW 1 for ABC-TV'; "Good Morn- - 1 Mr Kipnis also an author Bishop Gallagher High School : on the art of mime: "The ing America" ' has written a definitive text : H A Mime Book" published bv arper venue : Harper and Row " H W d Mich nr Moross & 1-94 Other melbers of the com: : arper 00 s pany are Cmdy Benson Judl Ann Coles Lynne Jassem $1 28 d SAT JAM 29 1 Jay Natelle Michael Piat ; FR JAN an 1 ko\vski and Jon Ruddle : (l :00 PM - l 0:00 PM) 1 Stage manager is David 1\1 ' Chapman :1 SUNDAY JAM 30 Tickets for the two Young t : People's Concerts priced at ( 1:00 PM 8:00 PM) $4 $3 and $250 are avail : 1 able at the Ford Auditorium t box office au Hudson's and ': OVER 50 EXHBTORS Montgomery Ward ticket out- ( 1 leis l FREE PARKNG - HOT FOOD! 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18 ' "' '' -' ll \ \ l' -' \ «G RO SSE PO N TEN E W S Thursday January Society News Gathered from the Pointes Program Topic s Begonias Windmill Pointe Garden Club membe-rs will gather Wednesday February 2 n the Cadieux road home of Mrs Ray Venderbush for their monthly meetng A program "Begonias and Other Plants" presented by lrs H Rotin Allen follows luncheon and a business ses sian Mrs Allen who has won many honors for her flower arrangements is a Women's National Farm and Garden Assodatlon Aceredited Flower Show Judge and a graduate of the University of lli nois TALY CHARTERS Advance Booking Charters to taly direct from Detroit will deport from June through August for the 1977 high season Rome is the major destination for most but on some dates you may start your vacation in Milan or Rome and return from Rome or Milan Length of stay varies for " each departure 'dote from 17 day to two moths Cost varies also from $38900 to $44900 round trip Although these are air only charters hotels tours sightseeing and excursions are also available at substantial savings with TRAVELWORLD The advance booking requirements and the popularity of these charters dictate that reservations should be made as soon as possible to avoid disappointment and the extra cost of scheduled flights Travelworld is located at Mak Avenue (North of Vernier) hours are 9:00 am to 6:00 pm daily till 6:00 pm on Thursday night and Sot urday and Sunday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Stop by and coli for your free "Adventures in Travel" Charter Edition " " DR RCHARD H LOOTENS DR DAVD M levn DR ANTHONY F DelUCA \ Foot Specialists-Surgeons Announce the Merger of their offices tor the practice of General Podiatry and Foot Surgery HARPER 81 Clair Shores Between 8 and 9 Mile By Appointment nm!ju l1llW1111!!!!1111l1ll111ll1ll1ll111ll11 Ulllllllll1lllll1ll1ll111 Your most important service is affordable at Grosse Pointe Coiffures And we give cuts you i can handle between atl lql!11\(] wffv1>"j'ls relty n us forsty(e color ' co n'dm6n tng"3'n 0" perm:' / needs They trust us ;'"and we're reasonable We carry REDKENe Hair and Skin 'M"' Products (:rojje pointe Coilfurej 227 MACK byappointment CLEARANCE SALE JAN AM to 6 PM CRESCENDO HOMES MODEL FURNTURE Below cost prices on brand name nationally advertised furniture Country classic and contemporary furniture a'nd accessories Fine French furniture and antiques Location: Crescendo Homes Fairfield Road on 17 Mi between Ryan and Mound ' ' ' \ ii;;("'' c;'"{f: 'R:l i1it Wedding vows were spoken at a noon ceremony Saturday November 20 in Our Lady Star of the Sea Church by MARY PURDY COLEman daughter of Dr and Mrs: Robert E Coleman of Webber place and Mr Scarfone son of Dr and Mrs Samuel Scarfone of Thorn Tree road Joffrey Ballet Coming Soon {; The City Center-J-o-ffr-e-y-Tw-y-la-T-harp piece "Happily Ballet will dance eight du Ever After" to music by'" ferent ballets during its three Jenkins and Sherrill Balan ;:'; :; appearanct!s with tbe Detroit chine's "Tcbaikovsky Pas de > Symphony Orchestra in Ford deux" and a l' e pea t of ' Auditorium Saturday and "Rodeo" by Agnes demille Sunday February 19 and 20 and Aaron Copland The CCJB made its first Tickets for the three per Detroit appearance in many formances priced at $650 years with the DSO last Feb $5 and $350are available at ruary scoring such success the Ford Auditorium box of that a return engagement was fice all Hudson's and Mont immediately planned for this gomery Ward ticket outlets season Children 12 and under will be The opening night program -admitted at hauprice to the Saturday February 19 at 8:30 o'dock will include two Sunday matinee performance Recorded information on b!iti1'derick Asbton's li): forthcoming DSO concerts 1fN'al!" a setting of is lavailable 24 hours a day MenBelssohih incidental rou by'calling siri''to "A Mksummer Night's Dream" ant! Agnes demille's precedentsetting "Rod'eo" first produced with Aaron Copland's original score in Three batlets will be danced Sunday afternoon t'ebruary 20 at 2:30 o'clock: Robert Joffrey's "Pas des deesses" (Goddes:;es' Dance) to music by the 19th century rish com poser John Fie 1d Twyla Tharp's "Deuce Coupe " to tapes by the Beach Boys and John C ran k 0 ' s rollicking "Pineapple Poll" set to mu sic from the operettas of Gilbert and Sullivan The final CCJB perform ance Sunday evening Febru ary 20 at 8:30 o'clock will offer four ballets: Jerome Robbins' stunning "Moves" performed without props scenery or music a second 'Church Circles Slate Sessions Circle hostesses for Grosse Pointe M e m 0 ria Church Women who will meet Tues day February include Mrs Arthur Schmidt of Lakecrest lane Mrs Stuart George of Van K avenue Mrs H K Gandelot of Neff 'lane Mrs Thomas Carey of Cadieux road Mrs Jan Nyboer of Cadieux road Mrs Frank Willson of Mai son road and Mrs Delbert Conner of Cloverly 1'oad enterlaining' C ire e s Two Three Five Six Seven Eight "nd Nint' respectively Circles One and Four will meet at the church All will study Corinthians 3:1-4:12 Rites in November For Mary Coleman gladioli rose" baby'brealh The 'bridegroom's' mother Reception at Country Club Follows Ceremony in and ivy chose mint green Qiana long Our lady Star of The Sea at Which She Kristina Sieffert the bride's sleeved and featuring a low Becomes Bride of Richard R Scarfone niece was flower grl V neck wit h silver bead Mr Scarfone son of Dr fringe She pinned gardenias n her mother's wedding gown of candlelight and Mrs Samuel Scarfone to her purse satin rosepointe lace defining a U-shaped neckline of Thorn Tree road a3ked The newlyweds vacationed and forming the crown which caught her bouffant 1Yli Palombi! Jr to act in Pompano Fla and are at veil Mary Purdy Coleman was married Saturday as best man GUC3ts were home in Grosse Pointe City R h d R S seated by Joseph T Longo The bride's brother and sis November 20 to ic ar carfone Robert Scarfone and William terin-aw Mr and Mrs E Her cathedral t r a in Scarfonc Michael Coleman came from fell from a gathered bus- and Eugene Sweeney presided Multicolored ribbon trim their home in Scottsdale te She carried a cascade at the dtes med the bell sleeves and hem Ariz for th wedding of stephanotis w hit e Janet E Coleman honor of the navy blue pleated chif Olher outoftown guests in roses and baby's-breath maid for her sister wore a fon gown selected by Mrs cluded Dr and Mrs R R longt31eevedfrock of emerald Coleman for her daughter's Gerace John Johnstone and The former Miss Coleman green peau ivory Venetian wedding Her flower were Mr and Mrs Raymond Pur is the daughter of Dr and Mrs Robert E Coleman of lace trimming her mandarin cymbidium orchids dy and Randy Purdy Webber place who entera neckline and cuffs tained at a reception at the Bridesmaids d'ressed iden Performing in E a s t ern early in December was Point Country Club of Detroit fol tical1y were Suzanne ScaT Michigan University's "Dance er MARGARET FRANCE lowing the noon ceremony in fone Longo Patricia SCar and Dancer; in Progress" an E:\lU Dance major ' Our Lady Star of the Sea rone and Mary Scarfone iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii-iiiiiii-_--_ iiiiiiiii-iiaiii Chureh ' They wore wrealihs of ivy and " : The Reverend Fat her s baby'sbreath in their hair in our GALLERES Ralph Barton Hector Saulino and carried arm bouquets of OFF WDE SELECTON Of Knits Conons and Blench and Party Fabria OFF ENTRE COUECnON Of fine WOOLENS AUCTON featuring the ESTATE of RALPH S MERRAM Saturday January 29 at 11 AM Sunday January 30 at 12 noon A Partial listing of items: Pair BAKERbache lor chests; Hepplewhite sideboard; Victorian tilt top tale with Mother of Pearl inlay; carte etchmg; Oak roll top desk; Oak captain's chair; Oak pedestal table; 4 oak bentwood side chairs; Maple rocker; Oak secretary desk; Victorian candelabras; Limoges set of dishl;ls; Sler candelabra; Punch bowl sets; Chandeliers; ORENTAL RUGS; Paintings; Navajo rugs; AS Prussia tea set; Cut Glass signed "Libbey"; Leaded glass Art Deco table lamp and much more For hfs Auction in our Gafleries - Free Parking on Saturday and on Sunday at rear of Galferies Further information by phone: Call or DuMouchelle Art Galleries Co 409 East Jefferson Detroit Mich Lowrence F DuMou<:helle Ernest J DuMouchelle Art &tjftavctioneers; and Appraisers ' depllonon WORKS 1)"\'0 'ed &dv H:Jlr 1$safe j remged With tr( re1'ct?nofrorl"'()redle method u c :-: ''S'SSG'1d pffe::t"/r'j'cu put on your (1'"'(Jkeup -'T":-d (Jle l :Jfter lruol"-""': and r::->ok bequllfu oocc"'j(oyou discovered Depllofrcn-- Come Join US COFFEE BREAK AN NTERFATH BBLE STUDY Enjoy Coffee Discussiol') Meeting New People No previous knowledge or experience expected T NO long R UlTS 10 ll: BlAl111flA WNTER SPECAL: FOf a complimentary treatment call "e salon nearest you Appoinlm9nl n9cesssry Off9r 9xpires February 12th LEON'S HARDRESSERS Mack Ava DAVD F DAVD SALON d'elegance Mack Ave MORNNG: EACH WEDNESDAY 10:00- WTH ll:oo A CHLDREN'S STORY HOUR Stories and activities for 4 year olds EVENNG: Nursery for infants and toddlers EACH THURSDAY 8:00 9:00 pm WOMEN'S BBLE DSCOVEY GROUP For transportation call FRST CHRSTAN REfORMED CHURCH 1444 Marylnnd Grosse Pointe Park Mich HELENA RUBNSTEN NVTES YOU TO DSCOVER HER NEW SKN CARE COLLECTON EXSTENCE WTH THE BONUS KT JUST 750 WTH ANOTHER RUBNSTEN PURCHASE The choice of the most elegant and discriminating women in Europe now Existence can be yours ntroduce yourself to this exciting new skin care line with Helena Rubinstein's special dividend: The Now Voyager Kit yours for 750 with any Skin Life Existence or Blazer purchase YOll kit contains three Existence ski n necessiti es: PolyActive Cleanser PolyActive Lotion and PoyActive Cream Plus the great new American fragrance Blazer by Anne Klein 11 -oz perfume spray All neatly stored n a nifty reusable case For you now in Hudson's Aisles 01 Beauty s ( am PPP + { n

19 r '" '!i!ii j '!:- - '1' t ThursJ y January 1i! " Women's Page-by Chair Marygrove's MR and MRS EMMET E TRACY (right) of Provencal road and DR and MRS DAVD D- CiERA (he's Music Hall's artistic dirctor; she's also an accomplished musician and coaches piano) are honorary co-chairmen for a Mardi Gras Masked BaH benefitting Marygrove College to be held Saturday February 12 in Marygrove's Madame asked Ball proceeds will help' Marygrove in its cur rent effort to raise $; to rover operllling expenses which as an independent pril ate1yfinanced institution it nwst ra ise parlially from the oommunity if it is to keep its tuition within reach of the pevple it bcrves ;"rygro\'e's Ex e cut i v e Council since 1970 has been a valuable advisory resource of pople active in the civic social and cultural life of metiopolitan Detroit n reo cent: years tll Council has as'sumed an "dditional func tion of fundraising T c k e t information at Ar-\t8t:k-'Markt': Offers'llnagery' The Detroit Artists Market will present magery a show of figurative and realist paintiogs and drawings by Pat Quinlan Donald Rowe Maggie Citrin Elizabeth Mansell and John Hegarty open ing Friday February 4 with a 4 to 7 o'clock reception and running through Satur day February 26 at the galiery in Randolph street Har monie Park where hours are 1() to 5 o'clock Monday through Satllrday prices ranging from *500 per couple benefactor through $50 per couple general ad mission may be obtained by contacting the Ma''ygrove Alumni Office ACl:('pting donations Mardi Gras Bail Cadillac Hall The party sponsored by the more than 100 couples comprising the Executive Council of Marygrove College will feature two dance bands providing continuous music throughout the evening a midnight buffet - served New Orleans style - and a boutique this year's special feature where guests may purchase Easter plants and gifts ' the boutique is Kay (Mrs James) Kearney Mr and Mrs Kearney Mrs Bayard Kurth and Mrs Timothy J McCarthy ar among Pointers working to for make the event a success MACK AVE Grosse Pointe F<lfms flppo'c?j SEVEN HLLS OF ROME "Excellence in HA(R STYUNG:' - --' - _ -"' _ - " FACALS - Christine Valmy PORCELAN NAilS and NAil WRAPPNG GROSSE PONTE NEWS Page Nineteen of and for Pointe Women! Braille Club J1isits Clases - The Grosse Pointe Braille Club met at MarQ\letle School Wednesday morning January 12 for a tour o[ clses for the visually ilandicapped Teachers and students ex plained the teaching ai<1js ranging f'f 0 m puzzles to braille and largeprint books i wooden shapes bead> and : pegs and methods used to in ; struct the blind and limited i sighted : Mrs Myron Dikeman wa'3 hostess to 26 members after the tour A oosiness meeting followed lunoheon i l Woods Garden Club to Meet Mrs Frank E Dettmer will open her Roslyn road home Tuesday February 1 for a noon meeting of the Grosse Pointe Woods Garden Club featuring a "surprise" pro gram Cohostesses are Mrs Elton reland and Mrs A bert Beever AT Winter Variety At Marygrove adciilicn to over 100 credit and noncredlt cotlres being offered in the winter program through the Mary grove College Continuing Education Division there are 21 special COUl'\Ses for children Running for 10 weeks the offerings include ballet mod ern dance karate dance for teens ceramics and pottery as well as a course in computer pro g ram m iln g for youngsters aged 10 to 14 There is also a class in quilting for motheris and daughters who will have the opportunity to share instruc tion while designing their own projects For the adult student there are credit classes and courses for professional and personal development med icalrelated instruction and houbies and recreation Medical classes include n troduction to the Operating Room as well as a refresher course for operating room technicians -A class in the use and administration of medication is open to Li Kathy Russe is BACK LEON'S MACK Kathy has been on the West CoasTfur th-e past year for extensive training with JHR MACK; JER REDDNG Women Accountants Hold Meeting in Troy "';" Show Night for Newcolners The Don Large Singel"3 and chec'3c am! ends with a This month's meeting of who have appeared at many light supper is uncil'r tile the American Society of area night clubs on the Jerry aegis of host) Steve am Nail Women Accountants was Lewis Teletho:J and at the held Tuesday January 25 White House as part of the cy DiCa'rlo at Slouffcn Eder Glen in Bicentennial celebrations will Helping to make sure the Troy where a rec"pl!on ;:l DerCorm for Grosse Pointe show goes on are committee 5:30 o'clock wa followed by New('OU('!'<; Newcomers A member Keith and Barbara dinner at 6:30 and guest luni and their glic:;tz "'atwr Cordc3 Ron and Kathy speaker Slephen A Filz day February 5 in the i Champon Bob and Lois Hel patrick's talk on "Estate and Grosse Pointe War -Memor ' stern Roger and Carol Jack Gift Tax Chang ;!'s" ial's Crystal Ballroom yn Tom and Betty Lennon The $1475 per couple eve Maryann and Don Parrot and cened Practical Nurses and ning which begins with wine Val and Diane Poliuto Regislered Nurses Those seeking personal de velopment will find offerings in Parle n t Effectiveness Training understanding the metric system-and hope for poor spellers via "Mis'spe1l? :\tispell? :'ispel?" Classes begin the week of January 24 Late registra tions will be accepted through lhe first week only if there are openings More informa tion and a descriptive bro churl' may' be obtained by calling You're wekome TOT at HAR SA'O'" MACK 2 ble E 01 Caaieu" ndividual service Personal perlection Haircuts Call CENTER YOUR ATTENTON So malny of our prospects have sought a center hall colonial with four bedrooms They want an extra room on the first floor a full basement and a good sized lot llnfortunately most of these houses are priced above their home budget But get this! We can put it all togelher in this fine house at 1428 Buckingham for $49500 Get with it Sunqay from 2 until Kercheval on the Hill Open Thursday and Friday evenings Jacob SonS lthe REL--E&T ATE PEORLE" "- bv John CGawrvk RPh Lc/!-lalicl in 1'161 aullwril"d 1111' publi' lealth Sc'n i'" 10 'UllllOrl ludic t'''t'rilll'nl ancl dl'loillrali()l hal "ill t'ad n H'W and improh'cl 'ojl1lj1unih lalth c'n-! i'l''' out idc' llt' 1n"'lil:l1 parli"lla"' fur (' c'hroll- il'a " ill a 1111 al!ecl 11l'f i" ':1nlhorinllion llort'1 hall HH ""1111l\1u;i'" are "ork illg on -u"h i\l'r"' 'rjc'fh ll'i rehahili'aling "1""1;' C' St'P if'' co'if"''''c'- 'W' idin (11'11al carc' for lhl' ('!lrollical" ill lll1 a!"1 and i \ ilg f l- O"-llp 'H' r U!UTC'- t; 1':l;C' :\ kl' ure' l1r family :" hl'a t' hrllughnul 1111:"inll'r ilh \'il1;l" l'll ollll'r f "d upplc- 1111'111' fl'olll HE\"O:\SfHJ- ll V J(o:r; 'lad nn "TiHltll\ Lall''': llicli- i"t h) 'onr 'omplc'\' pruf i'lhl prf"niplion delarl nc'll W' 4':lrr' n full :k Hf nnn-'rt c'riplioll h'ug Bring nu r pn'cri- lion' 10 )E\O'iSHE lru S for pmm!l wr- '1111;11 ;!(d ('' \ il'l' ()ur fril'ncll Jlharlllar'il will lit' hhpr' tl 1111'" 'r quc-- linn" on you r mc'ciical ion 1"Jl in for rf'l'lill/!: t'arcl walth anel "l'll1h aid Sandl'r ('anciil's nd i- qullf lc'l'r nf "i' "f' arl' npl'll 'ollda hroll Salllrflll\S from 9 \'1 l1lil () '1)'1 Call al RB-0 ih for frfl' irl'- "f'fiplioll cldh "f" 111\ 1)1 11\'T: Hnn/ol pictllr(' 10 fnl'f" hf' "nil 1\11'11 lurll crossing 1111' wirl' to prfvl'nt tlll'lll frnm sliplline: l'f(lokn two-piece dressing in silky Qiana nylon prints carefree duos for career or day-thru-dinner dates when you want a dress that stays wrinkle free and fresh choose from an assorted selection of colorful prints in several styles including the cowl neck or wingcollar shapes shown here 816 sizes $30 PN MONEV FASHONS a pretty ri ng print in custom sizes and the difference (i<; is Trevira white interlocking rings on a red or navy gored ly dress of Trevira' polyeter the fabric that travels effortlessly with easy zip front and separate flip-tie scarf By Leslie Pomer in 12Y2-22Y2 sizes $48 2 HOURS FREE PARKNG JACOBSON'S WLL VALDATE YOUR TCKET

20 : " Page Twenty GROSSE PONTE NEWS Thursday January CLASSFEDADS \: k i-legal NOTCE-- '--ij:=-schooa:s--- 4-HELPWANTEO- : 4-HELP WANTED --S'=':STUATON FOR'RENT''- 6-FOR RENT 6-FOR RENT GENERAL GENERAL WANTED UNFURNSHED UNFURNSHED UNFURNSHED Ol'CEishcn'bygiventhat'GROSSE PONTE Coopera- _ - -_ " th(' Ctlunlry Club of Detroit i live Nur;ery has immedi EXPERECED igal secre BABY STTEH hollsekeepl'r PAl\lACST -foller own: - AND 2 BlmROO1 apart HEART OF TilE FARMS - 3 BEDROOi\1 ranch Gro;se!oealt'd Counlry Club: ate 4 year opening Open tary needed Cor downtown nl'curd!'lul he retiable 10 er now workin in hospi i nwnt-stol'e refflgerator Charming New Eng']and Pointe Woods DOlble lot: Drivl' (;rtlse Pointe l"arms" ings for 3 and 4 'ear F::i! Jaw firm i atch sllla1 C!i(lrcn:3'1 tat scek; n:icf work one ' gas heat Good rasnsjlora Cl'01honia2!}5' bneedlokoln'csh' hn 2 fbeantchesd '2F:lr1Ha ' 8 ;r 1 h asa'p'l'( 0 lh lca_ '" h' n la >_ 'es ajso '_ Call ' ti 'loll" l "a'u" '- - "h < {'''''nl"1' - a \'"k '-'vlr:l r" if' ion 175 and Ull ecll'lt\' )a; avs > '-' l f' S 2566 _u " for rl'llcwal f lis club 11 apjlloxlllla ey 8 1\11e'fac 3-4 ' pc s 1" U 6A-FOR RENT {'('nst' and h:ll it is (': N5TTUTE OF fice Of l lli:1i0ll D s d0 llar res are:1 Good sajary Ca:1 AD''-"l'>Al'Vt;_ p"r;onali to 8 (l1 only 4re2fceorellces required 1 FURNSHED : t f t ' (; t 0\ ' tauran ays: en\ 'resullle afll'r 6-8E5()591 \ '-' LrquOi Control COlllllllssLOn - --GR05S--E P--0-1 NTE:lOOKKEEPEH or Account h'e own ransllortation to needed He{erell"es 88-4 ' u"poh No children or family room rep ace ailed' _ ' ant acco'jlllinl' of ' 'J k 48 t nl curity de"c;il lease [or buv ' l f a ": \'1\ () 1l' 111\1\11' on r : MUSC to RootertaJl 10;) Mar secn'tan'!\latutl and well!'on:st LAKE allartm('ts JOl:'olSTONE & S-l'ACOUS hl'droon- 3'"; _ (om llssljrl to granl sad R 't N "1 d f $?25 ' r t' f' egs er ow queue Detroit or ca:: 822 WATHESS barmaid; dish organized Accounling an" he rool1s rom - 'or JOHNSTONE hath Colonial Anila!>ll" t't'lise pon xplra LOll 0 For Third Semester 1234 was!lcl's Pirate Co v e general office experience Oformalllln " _ J" ' 1977 f' ' the pr('sl'nt Cl'nse dated ' DUPLEX _ 2 bedroom East dnll1 y ;" 01 wits;o::i:n: VEHNERWedgevd --::- 2 WarrenCadieux area $210 hmonlh-; fio year th "0']'1('1' S hi' gu'l w'nd' trulnents car 1 or 2 h ours (al 1'1 y 4A- HELP WANTED 'ork be'ond age' 65 Box' uellrooms famil" roo m eart 0 Urose $60" omt" "> '" erl')y gven ar ins S '{lults!t"50 Secu'l'ty d'" _ many l'xtras J JilT April ;(_Opaa isflgos HGH-SCHOOL student with 172Cl lac 8829:J55 _ J:i' h ' A'T D' t' g all general maintenance at 2- : DOME TC S105 C;o'se 'o'nte News" '> t at th' Grose PO)tl' CU \ - rawllg pam n 25c car washl'; Call 88(; _ posit evenings ALTERWAYBUH:'o 4 rooms moth plus se('urlly de JOl'<lll'd at 6 BNkihirc media commercial design 9078 WA:'o:TED - Un' in or out EXPlmENCED Jpartnwnt _' appliances new carpetmg POSt Hcferences rl'qulred_' J'lac(' (;ro'e!'(linte Farm Distinguished Faculty _ Housekeepers Co up e s manag('l1e:l1 c(uple wanl CAHHAGE HOUSE Grosse utilities elevator adults mmediate ()ccupanl'y Place: G r lsse POlllte i TU HGH SCHOOL grl to l'urk l'laids Cnoks Day Work complex to manage Area Pointe Farms finest street $ STHONG'i\:'o KELLY J<arl11' llchlgan ow6as!2:7_1ac'::t Thre:_ D' aturday mornings light i er for pril'ale homes! of St Clair hore; to available March 2 bed H9C800 :Pp!led 10 he Mlclan 3-LOST AND FOUO n(lus('ke'epmg J ' P e (;U T'u;lk Agl'll'; li8) 'turysvllle 2917:l26 "UtlS all utijilies carpct illanstqlje neil' ril'!' Lquor (onlrol t:0mmbsjo ' _ Woods area Call " " _ \ ing and garage included bed'oom o\ppliances off SNGLE PEHSON or ('ouple:' for rcnewal of t club! LOST "Nick''' a black Tom EX] EHE;'oCED ade Wth 7 $350 p('r month security de slreet parking 884C28 to shan' Gross' Pointe ('l'lbe and lha" it is hl' in- i cat: beloved ompanion for LT hou3ework 2 10 fam1 LVEN couple Ught house months of LPN taiing i posh and references reo iill:[an':"': 3- b;d;;;;'i-; Voo:ls home on:pletel t11 o 1111'Liquor Conlr?J 13 yea!'; disappeared Jan 1L Grosse POlOlc park'i keqjlg 1;00klOg errands wishes w:jj"k wilh pnl"at(' quired Hespond with pal' C ' 2' sepal ate quartels 3 to 6 lolllllllsslon to "rant sad urar" lath \''cl'nl'ty o[ F'sh No yard H)rk Ask i famh" Reference; and ticulars to Box A402 bath 0 oola o ) r' months possbly longer' " t" ' Je"c 400 mont l ft 7!Jccn-;e U)lllll l'xplfatjon of er and Kercheval Reward for 'atty car Grosse Pointe News l' a er thl' ptl'ent ic('lse" Daled ECrnl f;a:cy-1 LADY -to'-i'i' Ck' -;;l(i [_PN-=-'!o--;k;g [or \\ork wii i -'NEW-DELUX'E---i-ii--msE HRC?YTb;thL\elni MOioss-!lOAD - Gros>'{! Ja\uar \ :(J HELP WANTED--- 'lar restaurant Shorlhand light housekeeping TU 4 ing to trave\ Good driver t AND 2 BEDROO;lS an375 lonth 1 yr lease Pointe Farms 6 room" 1A-PERSONALS GENERAL and typin a must Not f'' Nursecompanion TV SENTRY SYSTEM l\latlire woman or older!>' afraid o[ hard work Send Many More Features HGBE :\AXON couple Reference; dl'" ME[)]TATO SPRTUAL DENTAL assistant Full time resume to Roosterlail 100 W;\AN 10 clear: ap:lrtment '1 Lake S Clair Area Metro o;it : and PSYCHC Development St Clair Shores area Marquette Detroit or!n Gros3e Pomt Wah SA-STUATOH 2D '" S-ROOMS-YO - RENT Classes 3fl }'ears Meta pj d T r ca')j ron 1 day a WC::K [or 5111 DOMESTC 1 BEAONSFELD _ Grosse _ physics Enrollment ap ease sen qua ca Ons glc gentlelllan 776-H _10:\lE-East Outer Dr near Pomte Park 5 room3 heat ROO!\! k'-t--h---'-'l opointnl('nt or resum to Box S-OO SALESPERSON -lumber and ;--; EXPERENCED 1'('11an seek Warren Brick 3 bedroom ed adults r{erences $175 Prefe-;:- elln;'jnle;: : " Grosse Pomte News building mate'j-ia!; depart!abystteh Y home ing job 5 days a week! Colonial family room 2 per mor'h [:us one month Near bustine : WOODEN DUCK and goose 'WANTED: Students par t ment Nartheast Detroit for 5 month od bab) and Grosse Pomte references car garage $275 3 month depo3it _ d('l'uys wanted Any condl b 'k" school aged clllld Refer 't d"t d 1-" DE \1 f c k' tioll tm1c saary plus onus aea stoc eon shp' ences Ca'l for hours after _1 secf) eposl require CHAL!\tERS corner of Jef _r - or glr 00 'Jlb pm: _ Onl' serous mloded and ping and receiving depar ! EXPERE;\iCED lady wants 1_ Wes_ Realty fer30n $110 per month in i1e;lcs BeaconsfieJd - Whit- NEEDLEPONT and crewel mature need apply Good rpent Northeast Dotrolt babv"ittio" or in ning He[ EAST AND AWA 3 bed cludin" utilities _ti ' ' pilluw "oked and finish speaking voice Apply area Damman Hardware" :\ATUHE woman to babysit " (l' - 'b -F" h d' 0 6C OFF'''" FOR REN ' Wh'tt b t 3'304'30 J [ t 8 3 T Jd ' ercnces - reom lljlga uw 101> e ' - ('d Abo neet!lepoljlt 10 ler ' ween ' ca' or aljl!olll o wo year 0 m our ba men! "'ara"e $300 LOWER 5 1'00111 mcome gar '_- struclion Tl: TU 6 or' cau between 3 men l1e References 2B66328 EXPERENCED lady would Lee-Scu;itv EB501l3' age! ba3ement $225 pl<i S l2 ROOM Office Gro;se Po!nt:t-" 6318 and 4 Ask for Mr Jagger J like light ho'c1sework and utlhljes Mature couple on Woods parkmg carpetlllg -;-;-;--- -' :----;- 10nday through Thursday NEED WARESS or walte S-STUATON cooking two dars weekly GROSSE PONTE Vii a y no pets Westphalia be air Ulilities included 88- lp YST1EH SERVCE- ONLY for c?cktall and dmners WANTED : Good references Condo 1 bedroom first tween 7 an:! 8 lile Experienced: small dogs 1- 'expenenced Evelllngs floor $260 include3 heat 1764 after 3:30 pm ' -- '-'1 onl)' no tmklers Hefer SLES PEOPLE for career 7015 TONY VVANO LADY dcjire3 genl'ral hou';;e- and air Available now OFFCE SPACE with allswej' ellces $350 :J day including n real estate Amel Real H d work Own transportation B ROOM 885 Nottmgham ing service E Wa'rportions o( 1st and last day Estate has openings Expe AUTOMOTCE l\lchanc an yman Call ' $19G plu ulilitie3 no pels ren 88519CO ' \'L"' rl'enc 11 tee e s a r () CERTFED n 4 area (arpenter Work ' ' h'ld ' 1:9138:> ' 0 n s y ' _ ROOM apartment refnger- 0 c ' en pen _ Please call Mr Richard day> [f1nges (2) ASSSf- and All Other EXPERE:'-J'CED lousekeep'l t t d' t'j't' pm Sunday KELLY-82 LE WAD 7 N'C()'E '' \X 'ANT ' ht' '' U a or s ove an u lles " f'" -25 years ex Aniel g repar or equlv- lsce aneous : cr Hecent lro!;;e POlllte f "1 d C sq ft available in the--' ljerience - ndividual' and ' &enl Standard Stalion 11 Repairs ' references lon1(' nights urnlo e olle person a GROSSE!ONTE St cair'l most attractive building on llall uusine-s Confiden1 AGGRESSVE Real Estte 94 and Chalmers after 6 lm _:=57_fter 3 30 Large 3 bedroom lower Kelly road _ llnique Ro ial and accurale prepara: company wants self motlv after 5 pm on -4 BEDROOM Brick Clean setti design Will parlitioll tion in your home Heason' atd sales people Com FRENDLY O!'FCE HOUSEWORK - :-'ly compe BungaJow 2 baths East to suit 'our needs able mssion and excellent bonus EAST PRVATE NUR51 NG' tent tru3tworthy hollse' Warren and Outer Drive LOWER FLAT [or rent plan Full or parttime $625 Fee Plld worker neeu 3 days a bedrooms living room din- FSHER ROAD cornel' :ljaltr DRVE illy car to Florida Hildebrandl VeT): congenial cowork(j's at Around te Clock week Phone E [or' ing room remodeled kit mee; Six room former d00 Pay all gas and oil t1m expanding eastsde n home hosptal or nursmg references D UP LEX W' d'j) chen No childen no pets tor's office Very adaptahle 5137 SEAMSTRESS for at home manufacturer Accurate home N's LPN's Aides Pointe D'/ e 2 lar:; b- Couples only af to other uscs Also l\ll '2---E"'TE-R- -T-A"lME"-JT project typing reqllired and some eompaolons male attend- WO;\AN deslre3 hou;e clean }V b' th d'" ta 6:3ll pm room suite with private Jal' ability with detap'3 nct>s'l anls liveins Screened and ing RefereacE:> Own trans rootls th' 2 at ks:t hen car front and rear enlrancrs LCEN<:':ED eectrl'cl'an wl'th ' b d 1 24 h "t t' 79298"6 pe 109 ruou 1 c en ap ]'ARCOURT S' 3 b d AND AVALABLE full va- P sary Not a pressure Job on ec our serl"lce por a JOn u 'r _ f' ' - uper e special soundproofing rir\y' of e-xcelllltll1usic or 2 year residential Small Excellent rais!'s PEl{ icered nurse [or isur i';perfnf'ed----:-tj::--h-::--l' - "Pgrlc;;;a::p ;5;':{qirrs' :W2 patji natural! 1i ocial occasions 731 J 6081 BAND al'ailable [ull variety of excellent music for all socialllccasions Jerry 731- ti081 GUTAR anll piano lessons J fomp or studio Woods 1\1 usic Studio 2Cr5;)1 Mack near Vernier 'LtBTlC PEAKNG DRA!\lATWS Rid yourself of a('cent become effective spel't'h1l1 akl'r project pl'r sonalily hrou!!h peech le'arn to ;Ct Arlulls chil drl'n grollp or Pf\'atl' les i slln Rf'f''rrnrl's ;liona R Blum :5 THE READNG RALROAD / n('din;: milrol'''mcnt Ccn cr Profl'''Wll;;l Faculty "nw cnrol!jg [ur Fall pro r la-personals " TUTORNG AND EDUCATfON DO YOU WANT to earn Spani'ih? Call '-'>;COME TAXES 'HEPARf:D (J\lalifkd and Accurate l'n'paration of your tax returns House Calls Cor h:nrlkappc'd "FHSlNAL NCO"fF: r \'\ SERV('E 81 n'" fifnr:: Bendits 'pending -tl82' MANENT STAFF ance cases: " " " ':1 'i ) " '" auy '' '- ;u _'j"y' '''fii'el:lte; -"" :-- '{ - v :'- : FSHER :\1EWS: OncHailgc 9387 " ' ' PONTE AREA' NURSES Wishes' two or llteet1ay<3 ' utlhes plus secunty e- JOHN S G6d'lS'iA}r 'lnc: ffice Ssmall Qffic Rli'; TU r:referenc:s:33!-'239 po?j-<e6-64g9 " " 8 8-3C80" ception ;n'ea coffee bar- STAT TYPST BABYSTTER Harper Woods LAUNDRESS _ wj'] pick up GROSSE PONTE WOODS "0 ' janitor service TYPST-'SO WPM area must have oll"n car NCOME TAX and do:il'er weekly basis 4 bedroom Colonial 2'12 NCOME 3 room" carpted VERNER ROAD near X NTERESTED N TEPOR ::l baths famiy room attach ' appliances heat;!d $125 Wa\' Sir!llatllre Builclint(o ARY WORK? f you qual BABYS1'r'TER Guaranteed to ljke every ad 'd "ara"e marte foyer month P!J'3 security de 4000 sqft 12 private or ify please contact TE'1 d d-talln Wt vantage available EXPERENCZD iouse boy with" c i r"c'u 1 a r stairca3e pooh No pet3 or children ices plus!!eneral office 2A-MUSC PORARY STAFF Work in an T nee e h r laliysl' Handy work cll'aning mi: Central air [ully carpeted' Quiet employed couple and receptin area Em EDUCATOH downtown or suburban 10- mg':a O age ours nor repai:" etc Reliable 886C478' References 'rzquired :>21- ployee lounge 2 car park cations Call Terry _ 773 vary - l nookkeepxg ACCOUNTS \lLDHED BRGGS 3317 TEPORARY STAFF BABYSTTER needed'wd: 1\lonthly or Quarterly Fi GARAGE Apartment Gros3e ing PANO AND THEORY \ la St t t P EXPERENCED \ 0 man PO'nte Farn1s 1 2 ' nesday :\ly home ncla a emen s 'ly block ALTER - Windmill Pointe Virginia S Je [f 'les R e3 t or 'llnc AND JUDY BLDG EASTS DE References Own trar ;par- rol ax Returns etc 84- wants day work fro m Lake Available newer lower 2 bdrooms TU 2OB99 TU RECEPTON 15+ tauon SC-CATER '-C"---- March 1st 1 large bed carpeling appliances in ' room large living room eluding di;hwasher Garage 440 S"QUA i{e'feet -of -;;-ffice PA:'\O LESSONS U of L $600 - FEE PAD DRVER for local deliveries NEED A B\BYSlT'ER? HOT AND COLD hors d'oeu kitchen with sto\'e re[rig- 270 month after deal for one or two mcn H TA Grosse Pointe Glamour job! Exciting poi and slore work Apply ill CALL \'f('s for all cocklail par erator and dishwasher new 6 Puneh & 'Judy Block S175 _!)a'_ 8:_6_1_6 tion at eastside meda person-peter Pan Flower TESGT'HEOS SS':::CLPUOBNTE: ties carpeting 1 car garage l\lmedate OCCUPANCY heat included TU PA:\'O LESSONS Cirm All receptionist" duo Shop H542 E Jeffer3011' \ ' space $280 per monlh p:us ask (or :'r Ed"'ar \U'LFD TEACH"'R' 'l' '-2?_87 i' <" r " lies greeting and mee mg JAC LN'S Party Plannl'ng- gas e ec ' flc't y R e ference3 G:osse Pointe City-5C9 S ' o' Y HOME ' al;!vertisijlg and entertain AHEA MANAGER : dinners cocktail parties security deposit Prefer Cia:: Heat inc:uded S2J3 ATTRACTVE ;mall ()ffic '--ll> '" n'lenf world types! Latest nternational organization i; LPN lookmg for Job as box lunches hors d'oeu- person a> tenant Reply to per monlh Responsible ten- building 2Cx Whil Gl'TAH LESSONS Cor in modern equipment Out looking for peop:(' who can companion'nurse Willing nes Serving availabje Box C8 Gro'3e Pointe ants with references reo lier at cxpessway Suil formation call 7;70375 or going manner very impor1 be trained [or futur:l man 10 tra\'l God driver or News quired 5 rooms bath able Cor auorne' accounl 8R51677 tant Permanent Staff Per agemcl position; An 9372 ;27-62;)2 : Stove and refrijerator not ant realtor manufac'luring _ sonnel equal opportunity cn:jjoy 'F'O{Mf:R sicrit';:iy-ilii 6-FOR R NT 2 BEDHOmt upper 1007 includt:d Sccuity depoit representative etc 1682 PROFESSONAL rant co:- Far persona:! mler do typing ill her home NFUS!_D Beaconsfie!d New carpet :a9hild:en or pel; ia =; ;U : ii' Vll'' l'f1tele3a3'3 flalhrner Heasonahle rates : i CHATSWORTH 5;'50 lower 5 ap(:liances parking $210 S:'-J'GLE-OFFCE-' ;jl;--fc' mana?er arpcr : room "'21:; Couples onl" BEDROO:'r1 t t Beginners advanced 777 DAY OR D t t 48?24 L 17 " J apar men - rent phones a"ailahlt' wilh 6871 e : -_ :_- TE:\ClE Writer a\'ailblc i No pets TU MT CLEMENS-U5 F!oral first [:ocr Convenient 10 answering sedcc ell'al for \ll:l'fjkey piano method taljbt K ren LUll:iil 'HVAT TUTOHNG VOL{ OWN 10MF: 1\ lhj"rls: a :'els /Hluit an1 chlhlrl'n Cpr llf'cd t(:(1rrs Call: DETROT AND Sl'BCRnA;': TL"TOH:-rG SERVCE J N G HT SALESPEOPLE - A:\fl' for palollllg plastenng'l -; ; Spacious 2 bedroom town- shopping and 194 express young allorne or 'ale TOUS 10 sell contemporav waljpaperljlg" most home GROSSE PO:-rTL - :'oef[; houses Brand new Walk- way and 1;1S trarworta OP EN NGS greeting card line to retail decorating or mprovemellt Lower 2 berl)oll1s de;]; in closet" carpeted 1121 tion EdJeie\d lar ' stores Pleasant [:rofilable nees Experienced Pro! carpelmg freplace o ' baths new appliance; per Woods! OFFCE SPACE [or 1>SlH'-; repeat businee l[)( (CO11 fcssjonal results Without pels adults Lease $300 di3hwa'her central air' or r:rofe ';rona use Ground FULL OR PRT TME: mission to start Call Boh tlle rxpcnsr Call Ray af!er 6:30 pm ' ' 5 R<?O:\S uppel J! Gro'e i roor 6 palient rooms '2 Permanent postion available: evenings ;--_ _ Pomte A comljtlo;1 :\0: office; kilchen off tre'l at JACK N THE BOX ' ' ' ATfRF_ Jeffer;on 2 or 3' LOWER modern 5 rooms dogs n'r"'ll 9191 'h'''('r d'' - - _ room Clean quiet adult " 1 t tit 1 _ "' T' \""1 Camil' restcurat We seek i :lature WO:'tAN haby';it! NEED SO:'lETHG moved J 'd:" R' f'" nas lea carpe e( s ove EASTLAWN at C nd' 1 rect access to 9-l"1! full time/part time people: my 6 llonth old cbild in: dcli\'erl'll or disposed of" t 11i ''Te: re ;l"era! refngerator No pets Oc Park Drive lowc a b remodel or 961 for our lunch and dinner your home :\londayl"rid3y i Tl'o [")lnte l'esid!'nts will or u ) ( s cason cupaney Febrllary 1st B21 ' 590 h'f Y t 8 ' able neferenc(' and s"cur:!;560 room bflck flat s;;o! es _ ' _ StS ou receive com p' ' nw\"c or nmo\"{' largl' or ify or ' _ : long car electric door PRVATE frolt office 1:2\:12 itive wages outstanding r i: pirie:-li'fd - " h- '111'111 qu:jntities of [urni c GARAGE :\PARTl\E:'-J'T in grage separate bas('ment' ail' c;):hlilioning p:jrkin company benefts ad go01 ' l' - co:" ( : lure appliance 01' advancement potential You \ a what 5070 LAKEWOOD near OUle: Gros;e Pointe Farm; nw furnace 5220 Hefl'r' Cal'pnt('(] lw'('('lltl'ol\' ' 11 rand \\ :ttress(' 1 C J! [f t D d W L " must be mature and 'able Day and night shift App:y: la\[e Y0 1: 3' 0;1 or ree ('5 T1e an arren H" hedroolll 5175 plus utili' enc 3 and secu:lly depat t:'aclil'e 'l'n-ice clrin' 'V 3 81 f lo work in a movin!!" fat n person l\irna's Cafl' ma (' Lar e warm cheerful : tics security reference Fod Exnresswa\' 19!D-l 630 S C bedroom apartl"lent Q\let Cll evenin" ' ' W' 1" 882 paced atmosphere Apply p' ' ar Uro;e F \;OV'LL 1:;rn the Job 1"011 trel' lined strccl S ; CARRAG!': HOUSE Lake: arper arprr 00(" in person 2-5 pm Ask for o: _ ' want don:' we'j! do'! 3015 : CflDRE:'-J' WELLCO'E _ St Clair 15 mile; fom 0966 manager PART Tl\m help CO::t':e' Stokl" :lljljpll' Srrl"ices DUP EX'-- 'Bearonsfi"ld lrar Waren: Windsor Ontario A\ail: 6D'='iACATi-ON" _- "JACK :'-J' THE BOX" FA:'rl1LY RESTAURANT :'tfack Ave Grosse Poinle Wood An equal opportunity employer HOUSEMAN CHAUFFEUR AVAil_ABLE Former Emplo}'ee of Mrs Edsel B Ford WANTED! Grosse Pointe Co S'RVCj<: STATO:'-J' tlrin' wa' attcndant par linll' or f'1;1 time '\TniJl' Standard Station!H :\'l1tl (hal nh'rs Real Estate Asistant no direct selling f1n(lr tim(' or open houses A most uniqu(' opportunity-n tt'resting and -profltablc No age or sex reql/lre mrnl ' l11en wanted Lkcned " t red V-\ a(oul 5 room :ower $195 5 room able Fehr::Y Lit 2 bl'd: RENTALS !l72 berooms 2 bath" prl\atc upper S175 Seclritv dc- roolls utlites carpetln 'ROCESS SEHYER fnll or rleway 2 car: f?age po;it reqnired No singles: boal dock S245 per 1110n::1 KEY LAHGO Flori(iJ 2 hed part lme TnCounty area B:\! ) Sn 1:\(!ar;:e fam 37 per month (73;)10 or Pl'ts 8!lSC339 Security depost required" room n'w deluxe Towil experience helpful :'ltbl Jly ha epf'r1('n("l'c 1"('1a F'\ST!lND \H-' \ 24"5' - Adult3 o pets house n e a C il marin1! hal'e car 88260St hh- t('n3gl'rs that \\anl "K' ' : d' E' t ;)' GHOSSE PONTE PAHK 4837 after 6 pm ' \arre recreation hall tell hah\' <ling joh Good () roa t )c rot n('ar Jefferson-Lower 2' -- nis pool B' week 1110nth - i EXPERENCED lcgal et'rc l'ilh all age York hire Caraher 1\1al1or Large' hedrooms carpc'lio! re' 6 ROO:'l1 UPj)er flal ito\"t' or season For f('sen'atiol1'i! lary for attorney in Buhl Vernor area 881; xnr' townhou'l' :"ew ap i fri(''alor and slove secllr refrigeralor carneled 9 5 call TU 1931'; huildin Excellent yping '' pliances carp('! carport: 11\' (\r[:fj'il S85 Pl'r'nontlJ: :\'o!tingham $ and shorthand Experienced 1 HO!' E SO:--;:\L harlendr ('enlral air POlll PflGC65'1 or R (;39 FLOHDA ;\af('o 1land wil h Ma gcaru or 'TST _ ' r('asonahc fl'sponslhle En ' _ H('n1in" h('3uli fnl wa 1'1' will train for Zerox 800 JOY l('xt ('ol'klail party i SPACfOUS FLAl -:- ret"ently: 7 11 E 011 Ga'lo! 2 Apart : ClAL:'ERS Warrcn cil'an 5 font 'olldo'l11iniul11 'ill;l ; Will h('lp wilh thl' arrange redecoraled ll'lng rom mcnls newly de('orated room qule! ecurr huild hi\leekh' llonlhh' flhin Reol Estate l mcnls7/1;r2r ormal c!jnlng oom flor'i wil'l bllndry rooln One 2 mg Adllt; SlO Special hoatin"l)()nl L'lc"lerp i da room 3 brdl'ooms 2 hedroom anrl one 3 bl'd lower fate and free 1l101'ing: a(11111s' rh\' (O"\('ll'' flil' "O:'\\'\ESC':Vr can' in 1 ( 1 [ ' vjt ls ('en ra air onc room No pets C:l: :l31' or rdlrees nihrd "fl' 14!lS 'ollr h 0 ' Exp(lll'n(' tol1nf( \vallable februr "'\"]'P 'b ' '_ ll'fl'renc('_ 1l42:l!li:! ar" 1st $ H :> ' \ edroom flat :'\e\\ CO:'lFY 3 hedroolll (hafl'1 '" f552 ' CADlEUXOllt('r Drive area carpctm:: :\fol'e1o co;lc1i sleeps ll (irrplace el'f1' \1:\ rrg \\ 0 papc 10" ' _ ' i 2 bedroom upper rat car l;on: Cadlellxarrell S200 '('nil'nt to none arr;l and pahng at lowes i 4 noo:'l1 apartment QUet: petlo;:: dapes and app:i; pll: util lies Secuflty 885: 7' cot Llmalr ch('erf\l dran \'cinil of Way ann" no prts coupjrs 3C43 95 _ gl\'cn :t no ch:jrgr lall hllrnal('r Rocc! ' only C:l11 after 6:30 7H " _ - Fan HE:\T 27[00t 'fof"r 882fl234 or 77fl682: DlJ LEX on :lloross Road' HOllie rrp 6 fully ('([11'1(1 ' DETROT llrar St John Ho-;pilaJ 2 P"(1 i6930io 88:;2687 ( ;\js) la' ( ar l:o\'1n 437i ASHLAND 2 bedroom BEALtTFUL pro f ' 'sional hl'cloojll; Couple 834 ('rc fol ollr ( l!loll<r (;ls h('al $125 month greenho:;e a \' a i a h e J-HALLS FOR RENT hollll' H' '_' ' _a J"('a lea plus SN'U ril' \bo several Ga rdnrr can ma in la in YOllr unahle' 171fl! olhlts to $260 Call al 6 plants 1: Also ga S r CLAn SHOR'S SO':) r ) m 8Si!l449 :\'') al)llilance rage f NlOe 1Jle lowrr hnck 11';(;"\1 "'f :l'l!'\' full tilllr mcoljlr 2 d 10 \'('ar' (''');ri"nc(' 52ti' or utilities " )1' roollls gar - DUPLEX near Pointes Wav age Walking distanc(' to n:lj() aftn i 0: Satmda' 1376 ARV\HD 3hrdroom i hllrn Modern Decorated hopping and tran;parta ;l'ls:-r; ("au o!ll Er 2' baths 2 slory with i 1 hedroom $171 plus uti! llon Malure aelull; no ri' d '(('1"('1)("" Jar'" drll $421 monlh No lles Dl'poslt Couple 371' pc ; mlllrdlate occupancy Will li(' 729 H15 P('ts tc87 77t0770 HALL FOR RENT Amvets Post :;S7 All Occaions CATER:--;(; 19i30 Harprr Harper W- Hall managcr " " OS ?77 77?? d f 7 r 7 SS??'? an R a n 'f

21 i:ecupl miles Thursday J';Qlary G R 0 SSE PO N TEN E W S 6D-:rfN ':-::::A::RT=CLES:--::FO::R=--=SA:::L=E 8-AlTCLEOl S 8-AlT_Cl_ F_ e:-=-:artclesfoi-sale"l-cars FOR_S\E l_ars FOR SALE k- ;'-' :'-----:--"--ANTQUE pocket watches- 16MM SOUND movie pro SDE BY SDE refrigerator GAS STOVE 30" white good' 1976 COUPE de Ville 6000 '74 OLDS 88 Royale 2 door EXCE;LENT s!ing for sale BuySeHRepair Kiska Jew jector $125 Free films at Philco Rollaway bed rugs condition Reasonable 824 ' m in condition hardtop power steering spacous furmshed condo elern Master Watchmaker Public Library 884Q385 VA $B C6()8-739()B49 power bra k e<s AM/FM minium room in the heart 63 Kercheval On the Hill' _ stereo cruise control Zie of SchuS'S Mt '\!sorl Vi ' SMMONS "Perft Posture" BLACK LEATHER chair ROCK SALT' '73 GRAND PRX SS full barl Very good condition lage Sleeps 4 rerigerator --=:-:-: matlres and Rstonaire like new $199 3 piece sec 80 LB BAG _ DELVERE[) : power tilt steering whe $ micrave cooking ar FURS WANTED box sprmg Full size Both tional $75 Sradivarius $ : 8 way seal power Win -- condll1oner cable TV m Consignment or Buy for $ violin ' : dows Cruiseamtic" A\ \ARK V 1973 white wilh come from rental manage LEE'S CLEANN UT;--" ' -- 8A-MUSCAl F 1 3tereo hull1n CB and white lealher Loaded Low' ment M k f GO Call op- DNNG ROOM set With NSTRUMENTS power antenna Lot o[ ex! mileage - all hi g h way ac era on L1C We chllirs hutch 2 end tables rai excellent condition i miles Will sell to first rea 2 gbuyrm Bn:omh PRFESSONAL florist does help chafltble orgamza1 and round cocktail table to PANOS WANTED sonable offer LAUREN CHAPMAN BOW FRONT dresser 3 ft JLL WLLAMS circular mirror walnut CHARLES KLNGENSMTH $85 Walnut bedroom SUite nvite you to visit their shop 7 ft Messer mirror chest Every Thursday from 10 of drqwers new box spring am to 2 pm at the Ray and mattress Hol Smith Building Char 1ywood single beds ew levoix Grosse Pointe Se- mattress and box sprmg lected'items taken on con- $ signment e WANTED - Crib P 1'1' fer dark wood in excellent condition Wooden play pen and GM Toddler Car Seal COuGAR XR7 ('1('an low mileage loaded ust sell BCit o[ rr after 6 pm * _L «d_ Page Twenty-One 12B-V ACATON PROPERTY CHAMPON CHAMPON EXCELLENT skiing for sale spacio\l" furnbhl'd condo m inium room in the heart o[ Schus l\ll Hl!sort Vii lagc Sleeps 4 refrigeralor microwave cookin air condition{r cabl!' TV 111 come [rom renlal manage ment near Naples Florida Avail dred and silk wddlng and onrbl DOlOS k Tax De- match $ GRANDS Spinets Consoles llumf:hs Pf:;AL - o lib_e April thru November arrangements m home c e e pc up ' and Small U)rights ' \AVEHCK 302 V8 GRANDE TOUNO 1968 acres n t e cart of t e R a bl STERLNGS-----; FLEA MARKETS TOP PRCES PAD engme Automallc power power s tee r i n g power north Only 5400 per acre e sona e 34 "Ca dl ' ht' v r e ow e Roma Halls - 9 am to 4 ' VE steerinh new brakes air brake; AM FM stereo 15 miles south of Cadillac THE PRODUCT h BOVNE COUNTRY-4 bed t at ends ice Retail n e $3655- g k' peces $1700 pm F re' Ad" msson - - AM ' ' 'F ra d' Z b t V' f V od 10 e ar illy roo cry go con CETUHY 2t - AVD room Chalet 2 baths fire and snow problems to -59 Lennox "M \hlg h' tables $6 Ever Wednes ANTQUE buffel clarinets' 9000 miles S2200 After clition SliOO degrees Fo m t'f ere c loa 8 da B f ld 11'11 6 P 8et> place $125 per weekend r s an reeze place settings relail $944- y - oom e s $35 and up ' - :' _ i 1975 SPORTABOUT still un :"49 or solution that melts ice and askl'ng $500 b t ff Telegraph norlh of Square ' VL'{'A "'j' t 'hb kid t 12D-LAKE AND snow and loosens bond be' or es 0 er L k d E Th d _ STEEL STRNG Crestwood 1"' U a c a' er warran Y' au oma C RVER' BAHAMA SALNG TRP tween pavement and ice 10 settle estate lEa er urs say h guilar $65 Like new on he floor mag wheels power s tee r lng power 0 TY Yankee Traveler Charteru; Works 40 times fasler than [as troll ratlot oul 5846" Zieh<lrtecl low mileage ex brakei radial tires air _ fr _P_ER - _ Mlle ('ellen! condition snow $ ' $250 week per pelson in rock salt Leaves no rcsi COUCH 89 tnches green SCHAUPETER PRO M O GUTAR Ymamaha F(;75 tiru included Asking $ LAK'1' RO;>;r hflrk home on eludes Ucensed captain due Not harmful to pets gold Vec!ra good condi T 0 1" S nformation - with case like ncw Cost 6lJO 882C179 after 6 p!!969 OPL Station Wagn i Anchor Bay By appolflt liquor food grass trees or shrubs if lion $ alter 5?87474! $129 sell $ Tle_ay through Friday i low" mileage automatic? applied in normal amounts NEW R bb' f Anytime 0:1 weekend : good "as economy Ba1577! Contains no corrosive salt ZENTH color console 25 inch a t ur coat fur VOL professional Ori- ' :- --: FOR SALE-Leelanau COun COMORTABLE H a bo r ammonium nitrate or am TV Beautiful pecan finish Jacet hanging lamps Sam inal Hop[ $30:1or best of ls75 Ul\COL:\ Town Car FORD Acono!": Super ty Sugar Loaf area CC Springs home 10 minutes monium sulphate which is Colonial st"le 7744?!!9 somte luggage snack la [nr 881 T1 29 a ne " u" ' 'J t Van 530GO mll(' t\:('w hornr wllh h"m 52 acre" vij UUJl"':-' C\L'C! ell con' b ' : f r 0 m Boyne H ghian" extremely damaging to con bles ladies apparel 884 _ dition V! ' d atlery and starter Car 314 fl lake frontage hills Sleeps crete Will not harm car HOUSEHOLD furnishings ex 5577 MARTN GUTAR ca;e ill $ i3 equlppc : petcd and insulated $1295 paved frontagl' Call after cellent condition Moving SK RESERVATONS Boyn peling flooring pavement cluded excellent condition _-- _: ! 5 pm area secluded Chalet on' or lacktop Excellent for Call after 6 pm BLUE/WHTE fjoral print Also Sayno car stereo com: 1!l71 FORD LTD aulomatic : 1975-r:lERCURY ---a-;q i : custom upholstered pol- Lake fireplace phone 1'01 tenms and other games plele ! garag e kept dean S845! Brougham miles 112A-SUBURBAN LKE NEW while Hardwick ished cotton couch and or TV 8840m courts gas double oven stove chair $ 'B-A'NTQUES- _8255:! $ : HOME SKERS CHALET 'rental _ A R PONTE $ FOR SALE : 1976 CORVETTE loadd: '76- BUCK Skrh;-;k:--;it' RCmlOD AREA MNK JACKET Autumn completely furnished Avail SERVCE 20 YARDS beige carpeting Haze -ABLE TO 'AY top dollar mahogany 5000 miles condition air stereo sport' Almost new 4 redroom size Worn able days or weekends 1 H h' for used Orienta! rugs $ ::l7881! package low mile-; Must colonia! near 194 on evenings louse 0 d sales and estate crystal chandlier and two about 6 times $375 Call ' : sell! $ after acres Two full balhs naliquidations matching basket type fix after 6 pm days free consultations Appraisals tures or _ ' 1967 PONTAC L \1 1 e ans 4: 6 pm tural fireplace beamed WHRLPOOL refrigerator FURNTURE refinishfd re door need brake work: ----; : ceilings AT'ENTON Skiers Out or SNOW BLOWER - 2Oinch with ice maker Side by paired stripped any type $ C4 i 1973 FORD LTD Count!'Y' REAL ESTATE OJ:\"E standing 6 bedroom Chale t --N-ST-A-N-T-C-O-P-ES-' Jacobsen Excellent condi side Excellent condition of canin" Free estimates : " SqUre 10 passenger ar Carl l\erecki with all conveniences nea r ! 1976 Jl\PALA 4 door Power i full power new radial tires 1' ' Gaylord Time in Febru SCRATCH PADS 351t LB tion $275 TU after Best offer after steermg power brakes au: Very clean One owner _ pm 6 pm ary and March still avai 1- WEDDN 3 GlbslN' $V l OO TATONS ---- TEL TWELVE MALL tomatic transmission Al/: $ l3-real ESTATE 'able DSHWASHER - Kenmore LOVELY Persian Lamb jac Antique Show and Sale Fft radio" 4600 miles i FOR SALE Open Mon thru Sat 9-5 pm with cutting board top ket with large mink col Telegraph and 12 Mile R\ Privale owner $410U 881 i 197 CADlLLAC CO'Jpe de i BEDROOM 2 both Vill a ECONOMEE Stove lar Size 14 Sacrifice $75 Thursday Januarv Ville D Elegance group CLASSC Apartment Hilton Head SERVCE PR or VA thru Sunciy Januiry Firemist blue Loaded Ex Monday' Saturday 1970 VOLVOl44s-V-;:-y good! ce!lent condition 0 n e; CENTER ksland at Harbor Town 2 5 GOODYEAR steel belted PR NT NG ROPER 30" gas range Good 10 am to 9 pm condition $ i owner $ week;; March 519 TU 5 HALL radials White walls HR condition Reasonable Kercheval Sunday 12 noon to 5 pm after 6 pm : --l-b--e--a-r-s-w-a-n-t-e-d-: COLONAL 78x15 $20 each Grosse :in:kepoi Free Admi'ssion Free Parking 1971 FOD-Slat-;; -w;gon : TO BUY on one of the Farms love BOYNE SKERS - Spaciou ṣ HOSPTAL BED with motor BLACK naugahyde lounge COLLECTBLE dresser set Needs some repairs $ liest streets 4 large bed- 3 bedroom Chalet overlook ing Highlands WaJk to MAGNAVOX Color TV: 23" chair and ohoman; Weiman $200 Call after WANTED-Clean : rooms 3 full Llhs pow - Nubs Nob PAR' ANTQUE Colonial sofa table; Paul Hansen t concijtion $100 \ 8C-OFFCE 1976 BUCK-E;t-W_;gon car i m;;all;ig i mantle lamps fine China lamp; curio plinth All in 'OCEAN ' CONDO'- Resor t vases and glassware Misc excellent condition Call E_Q_U_P_M_E_N_T F;reop:iSru: VOLWKASWNTAEGOENS library breakfast room Park model trailer foṛ OAK OFFCE desks asking All in excellent condition between 1 and 8 8M Electric typewriter mileage call 85 Mutschler kitchen Formal 'rent Jensen Beach Flor $20 Chairs and miscellan'l also green pattern drapes; pm Model C 13 inch carriage --'-:-:r:=: ' Highest Prices Paid gardens patio and spaci' ida ' eo Us office equipment VA flowered love!ieat $80 carbon ribbon Recondi 1974 CORV!':TE 35O-4;j WOOD MOTORS VW OUS porch CASH or TRADE for CB ra After 7 or Saturda)' 881 dio Camera binoculars tioned $ call Stereo radio air tilt tell" '\Gratiot at 8 }1ile i OWNER SELL! NG BOYNE-Petokey cozv al ft 4 k d scope wheel new tires : :phine ski chalet iocated di BLONDE do ub e dresser 5418 flash meter strobe 16 mm a er pm "JG wee '-en s very low mileage RETREE dslres one own no agents _recuy on the Bay Feature ṣ mirror chest brass hea projector air compressor d FROM ESTATE - vory 9 ARTCLES WANTED er low mileage car Rea include 2 full bathos 3 bed board twin bed Complet CADLLAC Fleetwood sonably priced ' rooms fireplace color TV $200 7 choker (carved lotus bios ORENTAL RUGS Full power' tape wire soms) $75 Early 1900's BASEMENT SALE-Leavin slee(}s g Top price paid for Persian wheels Excellent condi llc-boats AND MOTORS Columbia upright windup state Baby crib complete 6PJECE Maple youth bed victrola Solid mahogany dehumidifier Black an d Caucasian and Chinese i tion room set $ Excellent condition $125 Decker edger floor polish - rugs Ann Arbor 1' THliNDERBRn i '* 6F-SHARE LVNG ': QUARTELS BOAT SHOW HONEWELL Spotmalic F after 6 er Christmas decorations ' \ SAFES WANTED Almosl miles Full power 8 track W:ORKNG WOMEN to :Share camera ice skates exercycle mis :my condition Woods Lock tape S " house Close to bransporta GARAGE SALE saturday cellaneous 835 Hollywood tion Between 8 and 9 Mile January 29 by appointment Grosse Pointe Woods and Safe TU OPEL GT speed: t GREG 0 RY'S Road Call after PJECE H ee Jl seetnal only books; com WANTED TO BUY; Furni miles radials S" a dj314 ' ' ;: 1 :'j $195 2 yellow velvet tch"ifs plete' Dickens 5; com PHLCQ 4;Q inch!ajle" qou $ll[each -884'''' " plet'i'"'sl'a'kespt\'are ':4()' vol ble oveh" clock hmer as:: d:s :naci i "f!'ebru;t\ry' 5 'through FEBRUARY' 20" M'ALEottage hospital em urnes $100; light fixtures d!'!l\frs; -Good conditio n ends BUCK Riviera fully ployee would llke to shar ESTATE SALE - 5' 'toll top ' $ equipped {eatltring - your home or apartment desk safe Haviland china 'art work clothes complete numerous other items 1259 'Set of Libby glasses pres WHTE Jenny Lind or canopy 1971 LNCOLN :\ark [ ; SKS - several sets of down CHRS CRAFT BOSTON WHALER 3 Mile Drive Grosse Pointe sure cooker antique silver hill skis and boots Chi! crib 'tu Classic restored mechan EXCELLENT location-close Par k SaturdaySunday butter dish $150 Much dren and adults ' SMMONS or Lullaby crib ically $3500 Private 294 FBERFORM O'DAY JOHNSON to the Village-Townhouse 9:305:30 more dresser and dressing table 7440! CUSTOM DRAPES 6 pairs - Full house privileges E-Z LOADER AMF-ALCORT SUNFSH LKE NEW - 6-piece baby BULDER'S MODEL - New width and lh 84" length dark or light wood: GRANADA GHA _! _in a warm sett'ng-$100 blue living room furniture sofa in wrapper and chair celery green Price includes W--A-N-TT-E-D---- L--awson type 1 loaded A condition rust Show Hours 9 to &-7 DAYS-PARKNG per month plus share of utilities - 3 month mini Trim iji white wood Cus Regular $900 - sell $375 rods and valances Redec love seat with soft cushions proofed :'lust sac HEATED ' mum For further informa tom plastic cover sofa bed regular $450 - orating Good condition or small couch _r_if_ic_e:_ evenings FREE ADMSSON SHOWROOM tion contact Mr Purdy sell $ $ PURDY & TOLES GRL to share flat with same 'Grosse Pointe EMPLOYED lady to share my home in st Clair Shores Close to transportation 'Call after 4 pm "i-wanted _ ftd'rins TO RENT WANTED to lease April 1st Colonial house or large lower apartment l:ust be clean and carpeted with large living room family room and 2 car garage n Pointes or st Clair Shores -Retired no pets MATURE widow wants apart ment flat or income Call GROSSE PO business man with grown family of five wishes to lease a house in Grosse Pointe 3 bedrooms 2 year minimum Call ARTCLES FOR SALE BARN SDNG - Authentic " weathered hand hewn natural timber BOOKTQUE use d books bought and 'sold Noon until '7 Tuesday through Satur day Mack Avenue AUTOMOBLE Owners automobile insurance will1 quar terly payments as low as $1627 TV "ALMOSTNEW" APPAREL Carefully selected current styles of designer and bet ter apparel accessories furs jewelry and "old tiques" Consignments Welcome LEE'S Mack (near 8 Mile) ce BLONDE sheared mum(rat jacket with large Breath 0f DUNCAN PHYFE mahogany SELUNG lovely Braemor Spring mink collar Perfec ṭ condition Size 14 $ HDEABl!:D Koehler 78" traditional floral pattern Good condition $ dining set table 42 by 58 furniture 6 years old Ownplus 2 leaves 6 chairs with ers moving to Florida Rea needlepoint sets buffet sonable inches wide 52 inches ZENTH color console reo long 35 inches high cornel' ceotly reconditioned per china cabinet Very good feet condition $ condition $850 Monday 5771 Friday after 1 o'clock pm -- Salurday CONTE\fPORARY ART - STERLNG silver tea set Wallace Rose Point for sale Graphics original oils pen Call GAS DRYER good condition drawing" Currier & ves $ evenings prints Peter Hurd Ortega MUST SELL! 'Tappan gas X Cugat range Eye level oven and GRL'S edroom set f! can broiler 4 cooking burners opy bed-{5 pieces) White CONSOLE color TV no UHF $ " best offer sliding shelves with at tached fixing board Great apartment slove Very good condition after 6 pm SUSPENDED ceiling 8'Xll"; ltght green drapes 14'x91" Best offer 2 occasional c h air s (pumpkin) $100 each ADORABLE kitten 4 months old still seeking room and board Must relocate be cause of landlord Please call after 7 pm BASEMENT SALE Roslyn off Mack near 8 Mile Child's dresser $25 Twin bed complete $35 Mediterranean black vinyl man's recliner $100 3 level games table (Hammory) new $250 asking $100 (3) 52x50 aluminum jalousie $20 each double bed frame $20 Odds and Ends Thurs day Friday all day Sat urday until 3 pm QUALTY double knit and gauze material Bargain MileGrocsbeck SNOW TRES G7Sx14 1 year old $45 Box D3 Grosse Pointe News COFFEE BREAK - Come join ladies of all faiths in discovering the Bible for yourself An nner faith HOUSEHOLD SALES g r 0 u p Wednesday 1011 ETATE LQUDATONS APPRASAL ' Competently handled by am with story hour for 4-5 year olds and nursery for younger children Held downstairs at First Chris tian Reform Church 1444 Maryland at Goethe Grosse Pointe Park For transpor K & B ASSOCA TES tation call DRAPES - astel green cus tom Austran drapes FRE WOOD NortheM 1ich!nches x approimately 57 igan clean st!$oned hat:d\ nches for 5 wmdows $20 wood Also kindling Dellv each Excellent condition ered a as T-W-N-T-h-e-a-db-o-a-r"d- in good 1972 VOLKSWAGE:\' 411 Zie condition TU bart'd low mileage new 9666 E Jefferson radials must see or -1 best offer : 13-REAL ESTATE for SALE 1976 OLDS Cutlass Supreme' Hardtop or : i MEN'S Hockey skates in good B U C K Le Sabre Cutom condition size 11'-2 or air power stlenng/: brakes 4 door S ! SNOWMOBLE _11972 CUTLASS-:--f-;:--door i E V N R U D E 71 Bob Cat: vinyl top power steering i 437CC Double trailer 5600: power brakes air automa ' tic 350 engine Very clean : ' After 4 pm 882' lob-trucks 9515 FOR SALE! l CADLLAC CHEVROLET 1974 '2 ton va: miles standard camper cap' $ AUDl 100 LS automa c our A:lD 8 track 11-CARS FOR SALE new -Michelin AiJ-TOT\fOBLE-iNSuR-A-N"cE; \Vekdays Sunday as low as $56 per year Cal: i _ :_4 _ Chesney nsurance Agency: COUPE De VllE 1974 GAS SNOW blower needs f h tune up $30 2 snow tires: or your over t ' phone mini sun roof one of a PORTABLE WASHER and with rims G67015 Like quotation 88457: k!nd lipstick red whtc dryer Whirlpool 6 months new $25 each j 1976 CUTLASS Su r _ vmyl split top whte old Harvest gold Excel _ ' _: E r p erne leather all specal equip lenl conditon \' MNK full length Autumn ' car'b:er steer ment H l'k ' er res ar CRAFTSMAN vibrator sand aze e new \ crui3c co:ltrol A:\! 10':\ CHEVROLET station er new $15 French an 1 BASE\1:ENT and household; wagon Some rust Good tique white chifferobe ad sale Stove dishwasher 196s-uBASSADo-i -Air transportation S250 After dressmg table Baby crib freezer furmture c1otes: {:ower brakes steerin" an' 6 pm with new mattress $15' miscellaneous Ever)'thlllg tom atic' Exellent ;ndi \UST SELL' Mustang Mach ;st5go 4261 Yorkshire tio mechanically $400 red Cleveland MUST SELL! Antique 48" o automatic Best orrcr 885 round oak table $135 FREWOOD - Sasoned split: 1974 'CnESnVOOD DODGF' 9446 Sq k k 't h table hardwood-delivered Face S ' t/ uare oa A - h - -- c en d a on agon- r po"er! 71 :\llsta:'\( Mac po\\i('r with 3 malching chairs cor' ' windows cruise conlrol! steering power brakes 351 $35 Square oak lamp or 4x8 % of incn slate table rear speakel mil('s Cleveland four barrel 39' fern table $ Antique style Excel1ent miles tilt st('ering air GOURMET teacher will make condition Pool tl sold 1972 DELTA 88--= ixn('nl : conditioninj:! custom intrr most delicious cheesecake for $ sacnflcmg for condition power sleerin io aftc! 3:30 baclava and boroks Rea $ power brak(' fu:j si7( no BUCK 1969 Le Sabre Custom sonable price Will deliver GRANDFATHER' CLOCKS' rusl low mileage Het: 400 -('dan Power air ncw with goldplated brass offer 8824C63 \'inyl top J-;x('e!'nt m(' modn dial triple chime rhanical condition Fir( ATTENTON! Ex cell e n t 1976 MALBU Classic Coup(' Grosse Pointe theatcr sea moiln faced cost $895 air Vinyl 1011 V8 A/ S son tickets January 27 $550!7998 nl FM F x ' ell e n t shape LTJ) '74 HROtiG:\\-Air March 31 June 16 8th row SNOW TRES pair Peerlcss $ ler('o rower windows center 2 on the aisle H70-14 with wheels $ DODGE Chargrr Power power ll'('rin lilt wheel $2450 Call after 11 am cross country skis New brakes sleering roldio opera window t '' dejeer rl' ' Rossignol Caribou 198 CM $800 or bet orfer 884 {"11g sea s ' n cone -- with bindings Used once' 4917 lion Da' Ev(' ORENT AL RUG by Karas \ _ nins 362-G556 tfaen lcoolhnxdlt41"onsar$8000uk ' Pse2rl'---'-F-'RE-PL-A-C-E' BUCK Electra 225 ct air ('ondilioned power win: TB1RD 1914 Rlue power sl('('rin' hrakl's wincl 0 w s 9212 after 6 pm dow" new tires bat!nv _ WOOD under warranty Ver' AlF\t S DNNG ROOM set (solid J walnut) table 5 chairs Maple and ak clean A king $875 ll84 '76 LTD SQUlRl': Wagon buffet china cabinet Excel Face Cord Dehvered J)0[) 4 months warranly lent condition Built approx $ VOLKSWAGEN auto left S S imately 1920 $350; break A Face Cord Delivered matic New tires [(cnera front custom made 6' wide $1 9 tor battery anrl 6akes 6'4" high $650 Also many Good condition $500 Call other items ' before 2 pm OPEN SUNDAY 2: BUCKNGHAM':"""'A REAL GE\-Charming Georgian Colonial in move in condition with immediate occupancy Spaciou;; rooms throughout Four bedroom;; two bath" third floor Sunroom with tile floor BY APPO"nE;\'T BERKSHlRE--HAi>lDSO;"E E"GLSH with magnifi cent pegged flooring thruout firt ftoor Sweepin slaircase leading to five bedroom; and 1hree baths Many extras including an exceptional rec reation room with natural fireplace DEVO:oJSHRE - PERFECT FOn PROl-'ESSO"AL F A:\LY - Beautif\11 residence with thrce bed rooms 111'0 balhs living room dining room fam ily room paneled library - waiting room with fireplacecconnecting office suite LAKEPONTE-NEAR WD\lLL PO:\TE--Lo\'ely En6lish hou;;c has 4 bedroom three bath den plus great kitchen designed with the gourn1l't cook in mind Beautifully land>caped i'rir('d in the 60'5 LNCOLN - CLASSC COLO:\AL - Thi well-main tained hou;;e featmes fireplaces in holh living and dinin room as well as upstairs "itling room a bright and sunny fahy room plus a cozy dcn The exterior ha aluminum siding [or low main tenanc(' "OTT"GH:\:\! - ClTSTO:\i Hl'lll' SE\l}L\:\C -- has all large rooms \laster brdr()om and hath on firsl floor two bedroom; and hath up formal dining roolll kitchen with utilitv an'a 2car a rage Priced in the low 40's STEPHENS ROAD - BEAUTFL'L SETT:\G - This six bedroom 4 ' 2 halh hou'e has all the extras Custom built by the owner it has spa<'io\l ["mil\' room and library Kitchen with buillins ' YORKSilRE ROAD-FOtn BEDROO\1 <:010:\1'\1 -Geared for family li\'ing WO1l]('r[ul kitchen family room combination )ihr"ry s('rond floor launriry;;ewing room cenlral aireol1llilioning much much more Rach('1 Clark Shirley K('nn('dy Sally Clarke Lorraine Kirchner Ann Dingeman E\'el'n(' Rupp Dorothy Healy {ary Walsh Catherine Cha mpion Broker Kercheval }{embers Grosse Pointe Ral Estalc Board

22 i " }: " :" '- f : [J Page TwentyTo REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY OWNER center en trance Colonial 1009 Audubon 4 bedrooms 2 baths second floor bed room and bath 3rd floor Rec room enclosed porch paneled den By 'llppointment only tEAL ESTATE r FOR SALE CUSTOM COLONAL OPEN SAT and SUN 1 to " 13-tEAL ESTATE FOR SALE LAKESHORE VLLAGE FSHER ROAD across bed roo m condominium from Grosse Pointe High centra! air 2 baths carpet fleld3 bedrooms 1 bath thru out tiled and paneled colonial den -1a«'gesoreen basement extra storage ed porch attached 2 car space builtin Close to bus garage central air condi and stores near Club House lioning certificate of occu \ and pool end unit Recently paney decorated By 0 w n e r $ {) AUDUBON Grosse Pointe Park Over 2450 sq it " bedrooms 2 baths family room with fire place den first floor laundry room Formal dining room and living room Self cleaning oven dishwasher Many extras Built and offered by PTTS BULDNG CO BY OWNER 1816 Aline Well kept 3bedroom brick colonial Beautiful air con ditioned a r g e family room with fireplace and book case wall Modern kitchen with dining area 1 baths living room with fireplace dining room Plaster walls solid construction fenced yard 2-car garage Near Mack transportation St Joan parish By appointment only Hockey Fans! 'Here's an excellent 3 bedroom Colonial located in Grosse Pointe just 11 block from indoor hockey rink and tennis facility Very charming home $51900 Call us for details Keyed to Activity This quality constructed French influenced home hi preferred location near shopping Cenlral Library South High etc provides a great floor plan Large rooms kitchen huiltins 22 foot family room " bedrooms 3'h batl!s Now vacaled and priced at only $76900 Backing Up to Lakefront 114 KERCHEVAL Park grounds where you can enjoy tennis wading pool picnic grounds and breath taking views of Lake St Clair This handsome 4 bedroom Colonial is a very good family home Perhaps you'll want to have until JUDe to move and what better time to take possession on this one Call us today for complele details OPEN SUNDAY 2:30-5 Young Family Special For those of you who want that sharp family room that first floor lavatory that cute kitchen that formal dining room large living room with natural fireplace new carpeting elc we know of no other 3 bedroom home priced 1D tbe lower forties that competes with the value which is offered at 1444 Bishop Road Dont miss it! \ Raising Young Ball Players? Heres an attractive Center Entrance Colonial located on a deadend street which bas private parks at both ends where you'jl find provisions for baseban tennis skating hockey or just discovering each other Also in adl!tion to good neighbors a Monteith Brownell and North High SChool location you'll also find" :bedrooms and a family room Priced \ in the fifties Don't let this one slip by you 1610 Ford Court is the place to' be! Circular Driveway and its 100' wide lot provides a dramatic entrance to this 4 bedroom 31h bath Colonial home Cherry paneled library modern kitchen attached garage and its sound construction are just a few of the reasons to hurry on this one Priced t only $73900 and located at 1380 Oxford Road \ 1 ' " : " ' )First Offerjog i '''o'''"!( f1f\[\'w")'w i \ j <: ' l 112 family (JatJn a_ttra"ve G!'psse Poipw Park location Living room dining room kitchen 2 bedrooms' and bath in each u'nit 2 car garage mmaculale - $23900! Borland McBrearty REALTORS 395 Fisher Road TU MEMBERS OF GROSSE PONTE REAL ESTATE BOARD OPEN SUNDAY UNTL 5 NNE TEMPTNG OFFERNGS TO S'EE SUNDAY 1428 BUCKNGHAM - 4 bedroom colenial recently redecorated listed for $ LTTLESTONE-3 drooms and family room super decor 551 OXFORD ROAD - 3 bedrooms each with bath First block off Lake Shore 379 RDGEMONT - 3 bedroom bungalow with two full baths 6 LAKESDE COURT - 4 :bedrooms family room and library South of JeUerson near Bon Secour 1367 HARVARD - 4 bedroom 21h bath English 1895 HUNTNGTON' - Fine 3 bedroom ranch WLLAMSBURG COURT - 2 bedroom condominium off Vernier two blocks cast of Eastland SHOREPONTE LANE-2 bedroom condominium enter from Mack north of 8 Mile BY APPONTMENT PLEASE JUST PACK UP and move into this excellent fou bedroom two 'and one half bath English with two additional rooms on the third floor Features to be considered are: new kitchen furnace roof garden room and many others Come and see on Sunday 2 until S 1361 HARVARD NEW N 1975 Spacious four bedroom colonial featuring a library and a super family room both with fireplaces There is even a fireplace in the master suite and a privale stepdown den off the center hall Available for occupancy this Spring THS RANCH house features a generously proportioned living room with fireplace and three bedrooms and an attached garage The low price you'll like and the gas grill on the patio is a real turn on THE CENTER HALL colonial is always popular and when you consider that this four bedroom house is listed :below market at $49500 it becomes more attracte See us at 1438 BUCKNGHAM Sunday 2 until 5 See picture ad on page 19 AT 379 RDGEMONT near Cbalfante tbere is the opportunity to buy a heuse in the Farms with two full baths and a full two ear garage for us than $42000 See us Sunday 2 until 5 THS ONE SWNGS either way t's lease option for a three bedroom colonial with first floor lavatory and an extra first floor room $38500 or $390 per month Take your choice JUST THE THNG lor a low budget buyer who wants an east side'location at a minimum cash ouuay This twobedroom bungalow is li5ted at $14900 and is currently an a monthtomonth lease Cash flows prove this to be a good investment either as a landlord or occupant R G EDGAR & ASSOCATES Real Estate GROSSE PONTE NEWS U-REAL ESTATE FOt SALE PURDY MACK AT HARVARD KERCHEVAL ON THE HLL 884() REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OWNER Fisher - Open Sunday bed rooms 11h balhs custom kitchen 3 car garage JOHNSTONE & JOHNSTONE OPEN SUNDAY Berkshire 976 Edgemont Park 484 Fisher 1204 Harvard 1171 Hawthorne 967 Lincoln 1589 Newcastle 1681 Oxford 1744 Roslyn 860 Shoreham 2186 Van Antwerp Check your Sunday Paper for possible additions to this list OUR 58TH YEAR OF SERVNG GROSSE PONTE WTH THREE GROSSE PONTE OFFCES FOR YOUR CONVENENCE JO'HNSTONE & TOLES OPEN SUNDAY 2:30 to 5: BALFOUR-A unique Calonial in an ideal loca tion Feature9 4 family bedrooms plus a 2 bedroom garage aparlment-add a super family room and modem kitchen and you have a fan tastic family house 1004 AUDUBON-Our buy of the week! Only $59500 lakes 7 bedrooms sun room modern kitchen utility room on the second floor extra large lot and a modern kitchen 39 DEMNG LANE-An exra fine' Center Hal Col nial located on a deadend street in the Farms The Library has a fireplace beamed ceiling random widlh pellged floor Clnd lots of bookcases 4 bedrooms and 3J2 balhs Great! SHOWN BY APPONTMENT: 1 ELMSLEGH-4 bedrooms garae apartment li brary on the water Very special 1319 LOCHMooR-5 bedrooms special family room recreation room and play room 40 FARFORD-Cuslom built for a small family deal location Great family room and grounds Call for the details GROSSE PONTE FARMS-A classic Large new Coionial close to the Country Club of Detroit Has family room and library Lots of bedrooms A gem! PURDY & TOLES TAPPAN JOHNSTONE & ASSOCATES The Gallery of CALL TODA TO SEE one of osse Pointes most elegant homes with living rom family room library <lining room modern kitchen and breakfast area Five bedrooms and four baths on second level Three car carriage house with bachelor apartment over Let us give you a personalized tour of this home 1006 TALuxury Ranch-new pastel green carpeting also drapes central air 'ltchen with eatmg space farmly room attached' garage stove and refrigerator ncluded Excellently located reasonable taxes and assumable mortgage at 134% See it Sunday from 2 to 5 PM CONDOMNU;M BUYERS AND OR RETREES looking for luxury housing in Gosse Pomte Why Not Buy! Three bedroom Ranch all brick with aluminum tnm centra 8ll' screened-m back porch lovely neighborhood low taxes no monthly mamtenance charges very easy to maintain mmediate Occupancy see us Sunday from 2 to 5 PM 982 ANTA '1150 VARD-OPEN SUNDAY 25P:M-3 bedroom 2Jh beauty with modern kitchen breaast room formal!lvmg room and dining room also family room mmedate possesson JiARPER WOODS ommedate OCCUPANCY Williamsburg Court-OPEN SUNDAY 2-5 P:M A neat 3 bedroom 11h bath townhouse large modern kitchen central air ex: cellent closets Excellent location pet welcome $ ' ':1APPAN:"8C)t\\S'S-'10C"'ATrE':S: The Gallery of 90 Kercheval & JOHNSTONE MACK NEAR COOK ROAD NEAR THE VLLAGE-Unusually charming 4 bedroom plus studio on second OWNER MUST SELL and will give quick occupancy Make an appointment today ' BEAUTFULLY MANTANED 3 bedroom BUNGALOW near Mason School with terrace fireplace dining room paneled games room garage and quick oc cupancy EXCEPTONAL VALUE and preferred Farms location on dead-end street A spa cious family home with 5 extra large bedrooms 3lh baths den and family room BEDFORD ROAD-mmediale occupancy is' yours in this attractive 3 bedroom 21h bath French COLONAL with family room games room with fireplace attached garage $6450t1 FRST OFFERNG N THE FARMS-APPEALNG 4 bedroom BUNGALOW Much has been done to make this an attractive offering fer the young budget minded family Call for an appointment today-won't last long! COLONAL must be sold-loads of charm plus 3 bedrooms lhbaths large up tdate kitchen cozy fireplace patio 2-car garage occupancy at close and owner's anxious! $ PRESTGOUS STEPHENS-Modern COLONAL with 5 family bedrooms plus master and guest suites 41h baths paneled library 37-foot terrace 3car at tached garage 1"2x175 site and many special amenities HANDY FARMS LOCATON near schools and shopping 5 bedrooms 2Jh baths and basement games room in lhis spacious offereing plus handy back service stairs and' attached garage $56;'; VAN ANTWERP-Attractive 3 bedroom RANCH with outstanding 18Jhx15lh family room with stone fireplace attached garage occupancy at close and nolhing to do but move in GROSSE PONTE PARK-Elegant large well maintained center hall COLONAL with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths plus 2 powder rooms Mutschler kitchen family room carpeting throughout central air and many luxury extras Excellent value at $ YOUNG BUDGET PRCED 3 bedroom BUNGALOW in the Park for just $18500 NVESTMENT MNDED?-The location is an excellent rental area with low taxes FOR YOUNG MARREDS-Delightful 3 bedr09m COLONAL near Mason School with cozy den paneled games room occupancy at c;ose and hard to match at $ OXFORD ROAD and spacious 3 bedroom brick RANCH with glassed terrace central air inground sprinklers attached garage in popular Star of sea Parish SO's SPACOUS 2 bedroom Woods RANCH with terrace fireplace dining room at tached garage 60 foot site immed:ate occupancy and only $38500 for quick sale SfAR OF SEA PARSH-Tucked-away 3 bedroom JJfz bath air conditioned RANCH with ozy den country kitchen games room with wet bar and 2car attac'hed garage Good value at $ & JOHNSTONE REALTORS ROSEDALE-St Clair Shores -By owner 3 bedroom brick ranch Family room finished basement with wet bar garag'l $ Moran 96 Mapleton 1343 Berkshire 1348 Harvard 1458 Lakepointe California Avalon Thursday January REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OPEN SUNDAY 25 Slop in and visit us! GROSSE PONTE Schools-'; Hunt Club Well kept' 3 bedroom bungalow alum1 inum trim finished base ment 2 car garage car peted $ : Grosse Pointe Real Estate co Fifties Thirties Eighties Sixties TWenties Twenties Thirties READY TO RENOVATE A perfect small home located on an extra special street Good for newly marrieds bachelorfi and bachelorettes We have design plans showing possibilities All improvements you make orn:1y be added into purchase price and full mortgclge on entire cost - how's that? your own custam home at probably less than a regular home GROSSE PONTE SHORES Large fantastically lovely residence Has everything a home in the $ range should haveeven a private swimming pool plus a beautiful view of the lake GROSSE PONTE SHORES Newer home of fine censlruction and design Priced in the $ plus range Beautifully landscaped A lovely four bedroom home that adapts itself well for all sorts of additions ERA's one year $100 deductible warranty included in asking price 4 BEDROOMS-FAMLY ROOM Priced in eighty thousand range Colonial design with center entrance Master bed':oom with con necting bath Neat clean ready to move in Also comes with ERA's $100 deductib!- one year warranty in asking price FANTAS'1C- But it has a problem because it only has a one car garage This is truly an exceptionally fine b?m"l?:d }crf!te enstrl1cti0j1h bauti ul desgn 'four bedrooms two and a hatt baths solarium off dining room Fireplace in living room Priced right Also ERA's one year $100 deductible warranty included BRCK COLONAL Ple'llsing conventional design plus a huge country kitchen and family room with fireplace across rear of house Very attractive Three bedrooms plus extra full sized setting room off master bed ' room Priced in ow fifties Also comes with ERA's $100 deductible one year warranty FOR YOU TO RENOVATE or just plain enjoy' as it is: This small two bedroom home on one of the Farms nicest streets is waiting patiently for you Many homes on this street have been "fixed up" 'and are now dream houses You can do the same All the improve ments or changes can be added in the mortgage TWO FAMLY FLAT with the newly proposed changes in Grosse Pointe Park This could prove to be a fine investment Priced under $30000 Each flat includes living room dining room kitchen 2 bedrooms and balh Shouldn't be overlooked DREAM COLONAL Cute different exceptional design well builtunusually landscaped Three bedreoms The key to this wonderful home is a fireplace in the master bedroom suite You really should act fast on this one-it's good! Also comes with ERA's one year $100 deductible warranty in asking price CONDO Near Eastland shopping center in the finest Condo territory on the eastside of Detroit Three bedrooms two baths living room dining room large kitchen 1st floor lavatory Yes it has parking area assigned don't hesitate ST LAST OPPORTUNTY Desirable First Floor Unit Drapes 'and Carpeting ncluded 2 huge bedrooms natural fireplace wet bar library 24hour doorman service Enclosed garage All amenities for gracious living JEFFERSON APARTMENTS E Jefferson Open Saturday Sunday 1-5 For appointment call Don Watson Michigan Condominium Corp CLAR SHORES $26900 is all for a lovely small bungaow Sels on a extra large lot with lots of land around house for privacy Three bedrooms utility room Good investment ST CLAR SHORES Super home-better than new Completely decorated and carpeted You move in and don't have to spend another penny Cathedral ceilings Three bedrooms Beautifully tiled full bath And if that isn't enough the basement is completely paneled and carpeted for a fantastic family living area EAST DETROT Great area super home Ranch style three bed rooms tiled bath updated kitchen plush carpets basemenl recreation room Street is l1ear Eastland -one of the neatesl cleanest we've ever seen DETROT EASTSDE 6001 RAdnor 3 bedroom 4535 Cadieux 1 bedroom Condo $22900 $18950 VACANT PROPERTY Lots or which to builo are becoming -extremely scarce and prices are going rampant! 1 you are considering building in the next few years it would be wise to plan now to buy your locationotherwise you'll be building somewhere other than our Grosse Poinles These lots are available We urge you to act fast Lakeshore 200x300 Lakeview Ct on the water Sunningdale near Lochmoor Club $12500 $60000 $35000 Grosse Pointe Real Estate co n the Heart of Grosse Pointe f -??? 2 2?? 7? n SS? rls r 7 '$? sr 7 J

23 1 : : j ;i ț \ : ; Thursday January Q-llAL ESTATE FO SALE = GROSSE PONTE CTY Notre Dame Cadieux nen Kerclleval Cusm brick Cape Cod 3 huge bedrooms central air Florida room full base ment 'and garage - all on 00' lot $ UNT NCOME - n Grosse Pointe Land Contract terms $53900 Super Buy MODey Maker CENTURY 21 MANUFACTURERS JOHN s GOODMAN NC FOR PROFESSONAL HELP AND PERS'ONAL ATTENTON BSHOP - Stunning FRENCH CHATEAU in culde se with qulilies to ensure enrichment of your life style Plcture a central foyer with winding staircase living room with cathedrai ceiling and balcony 6 spacious bedrooms - master suite with dressing room card room 4 baths - compli mentary fireplaces - new plush custom carpeting and a superior kitchen of electric personality Complete the picture with a luxurious heated in ground pool with landscaped privacy and a Car riage House "Yoila" - an exquisite masterpiece - Offered for purchasel LNCOLN - "A Family Pleaser" Colonial of 4 bed rooms 2 baths natural fireplace and cheery gar den room The winterized sunporch adjacent to a large Redwood Deck and patio permits "season activ!ty amidst a comely landscape Excellent location and priced to sell DETOUR - St Clair Shores - Roomy brick rancb 2 bedrooms 1 bath floor to ceiling brick bearth in family room adjacent to kitchen Good price and a very convenient location for expressways shopping and entertainment ' RAYMOND-"Buy Now" - Unprecedented value of $38000 makes you the owner of this 3 bedroom brick colonial with den powder room and central air Near St John's Hospital and shopping GOOD HOUSES GOOD NEGHBORS GOOD FRENDS WATER FRONT COOP-l bedroom Fabulous view n the 20's HEREFORD-Prime brick bungalow 3 bedrooms 174' deep lot beautifully landscaped 2 car garage Great location and only $21000 WNDMLL PONTE SUB-ALTER ROAD-2 family flat Modem kitchen 2 bedrooms living dining and family rooms in each apartment Built in 1962 DETROT TOWERS-On the Waterfront DSTNCTVE Condominlus with a splendid view of the water Spacious bedrooms fine libraries suo perior kitchens combination pantryutility rooms AU air conditioned Complete valet service Top security Priced in the 70's GOODMAN ' " JOHN s '" - '" -; -- NC j Jj' 93 Kercheval "on the Hill" MEMRERS OF GROSSE PONTE REAL ESTATE BOARD 1J-1EAL ESTATE FOil SALE GROSSE PONTE NEWS 13-lEAL ESTATE FOR SALE COOP apartment bedroom 1167 AUDUBON living room balh kitchen OPEN SUNDAY dinette first noor Mack 3 bedroom Colonial 2 nat'jral Cadieux area quiet street fireplaces Recently dec Moll'thly maintenance $52 orated carpeting 2 car ga Owner Newly decorated rage cenlral air under mmediate occupancy Set ground sprinklers Owner tie estate $ S- transferred - must sell STEBER REALTY HARPER WOODS - 3 bed HARPER WOODS - First!oom brick 11fzbaths fam Offering 3 bedroom brick Yroom natural fireplace bungalow Grosse Pointe fmlshed basement wet bar schools Natural fireplace large cedar closet lots of 2 car garage low 30's storage and exlras Low CENTURY 21-AYD 40's ! SAVNG YOU MONEY S ONE OF OUR- BEST SERVCES - ntelligent advice tailored to your particular real estate needs should precede any major decisions you make This is just as true if you are consider ing the sale of your home as it is if you need professional 'advice to purchase your next "Dream House" That's our phone numb$r There's <l competent friendly professional waiting to give you the belp you deserve regarding your real estate needs Competence is an investment that pays big divi dedds May we hear from you? OPEN SUNDAY BRYS DRVE Depressed by the selection of "dull houses" under $40000: Then stick a smile on your face and bring your checkbook-this charm ing Dutch Colonial is loaded with "desir abies" like a fine modern kitchen Like new carpeting and fresh decor Like modern wiring and newer furnace and hot water heater Like a spacious living room with fireplllce and a den too! 513 BARR NGTON >0 Spacious English Colonials don't last long on Z <10 it yourself buyer! 4 bedrooms 11<" baths Z huge 19x166 living room updated kitchen Z with dishwasher and all builtin appliances t:l Z with a convenient close to Park location Lots of house for less than $50000 N o 640 UNVERSTY Spacious English Colonials dont lut long on this street especially in the low 80's And with four bedrooms 21fzbaths library with enclosed porch you'll see why Sunday! 4460 HARVARD Fine 3 bedroom Colonial you can purchase for $1000 plus FHA closing costs and have occupancy at closing - very interesting terms very nice house! OPEN SUNDAY 25 BY APPONTMENT SUPEROR CONDO $38900! HEREFORD - Starter home with room to expand $19500 WHTEHALL - $2300 BSsumes-3 bedroom Colonial! STRONGMAN & ASSOCATES KELLY GREAT FAMLY HOME BERNS COURT GROSSE PONTE WOODS 1% story brick ranch with a 2% car attached garage Large fenced yard 2 bedrooms tile bath formal dining room and den Kitchen builtins and dn ing bay Large bedroom and full bath up Finished basement with complete kitchenlaundry room Bar refrigerator and % bath 2700 sq ft of living space READY FOR YOU NOW G LPALMS GROSSE PTE FARMS MEADOW LANE-Charming Colonial featuring formal living room and dining room Florida room powder room three bedrooms bath central air CONDOMNUM CONVENENCE with patio and garden QUCK POSSESS O' RDGE ROAD-Family living n warm rambling En glisb country house Mulschler kitchen paneled library with fireplace family room overlookjng perennial garden Teenager wing plus four bed rooms three baths large lot GROSSE PTE CTY ELMSLEGH-Compact Colonial better than new! A gem nestled between Jefferson and the lake Four bedrooms 2J2 baths farm kitchen f-amily room with fireplace GROSSE PTE PARK NOTNGHAM - Brick bungalow " bedrooms 2 baths den $27500 OFFCE BULDNG-MACK AVENUE-Threestory solid brick with elevator Good investmenl $67500 Julie Doolle Gerard A Leone Kay Reed f You ARE thinking of Selling - -CALL US- Ernest Beck Jack Lilly ' REAL ESTATE FOR SALE U-EAL ESTATE FOR SALE 13-REAL ESTATE FO SALE BY OWNER - Must see to appreciate this beautiful 3 bedroom brick ranch 3 full baths utility room 3 BEDROOM bungalow in the SHOREPONTE Condomini'l NDAN VLLAGE - Lovely Farms G 1 ass enclosed um Townhouse in Grosse large brick borne - five porch natural fireplace ex Pointe Woods offered by bedrooms 3 fuu batbs 2 cellent condition By own owner Popular Empress half batbs 2 fireplaces er unit includes miniature (one id master bedroom) custom Mut>cheler Kitchen large <seethrough fireplace between dining and living room family l'oom large screened porch 2% car at tached garage centr8!l air custom drapes and carpet ed throughout 1800 sq ft no basement $65900 By a p'p 0 i nt ment N Rosedale Ct EXCELLENT FAlMLY HOME Grosse Pointe schools 4 bedrooms family room remodeled kitchen new roof 16x32 foot pool full and dry basement LAN CASTER-Price reduced Open Sunday 25 1 BEDROOM CONDO 11 MileJefferson Second floor with walkout private porch DRAMATC KNOX ENTRY REALTY QUEEN HEADS OR TALS You'll be a winner with this 3 bedroom bome in a great neighborhood in a great location-the FARMS! Well maintained a most attractively decorated and roomy home ONE nto A clrcl foyer with circular' stairway in this new and uncompleted home jn the Farms near Lake Shore 4 large bedrooms 2" 'baths family room library butler's pantry central air VACANT N A LFETME You will see a clean neat and well priced 4 bed room colonial such as this one! 21h baths family room central air and fine location in the Woods in Liggett area LOTS Carver st Lake ShoreMoross COMMERCAL BeaconsfieldEight VACANT Mile MEDCAL BULDNG-n The Farms Built in '52 2 wings medical facilities 1 dental 3066 square feet deal location on Mack Ave FRST OFFERNG ON LANNOO For the DETROT buyer we're excited and eager - to show this immaculate and sharp 1% story home to you A 1st floor den could be your 3rd bedroom and you'll love the costly new kilcben Beautiful interior NA";::'"1 \ Wm W Queen!\ t!' /\ReaP'!Estate' _: -B86444i -_ > - Member Grosse Pointe Real Estate Board A Family Business For Over A century TWO FRST OFFERNGS DONT BELEVE YOUR EYES there can't be a borne as sharp lis this immaculate center en trance Colonial in the price range of $50500 and yet this is all we are asking-features 3 bedrooms formal dining room eaung space in the kitcben a family room is also featured-call immediately or this beauty will be gone! ON SEAWAY 5LAND NEAR METRO BEACH-A slone's throw from the lake on your own canal is the gorgeous Ranch features include large kitchen with all built-ins 2 family rooms formal dining room 2 full bafhs California petrified wood fireplace-your own docking facilities for your cruiser or sailboat covered hoist for winter storage many more features than can be explaind A must for the serious boater Priced to sell! OPEN SUNDAY 25 90S GRAND MARAS - Owner i transferred and would ike- to sell this ra't:ious 5 bedroom Colonial immaculate throughout features incljde formal dining room family room 2=h balhs full basement recreation room Assumable 9% mortgage new roof new furnace new aluminum storms and screens all for only $ TORREY - Spacious 2 bedroom brick Ranch located in Star of the Sea area Complete with a Florida room new furnace sprinkler system large kilchen living room with natural fireplace formal dining room only $ BEDFORD-Spacious center entrance Colonial localed very near the lake and parks 4 large bedrooms 2% baths family room with beamed ceiling natural fireplacc formal dining room 20' lonl{ kitchen with complete i'ui\tins priced right -dont miss tns value 211H NORWOOD-The owner of this Pi! story has purchased another home and is anxious for an offer - looking for 2 bedrooms nice kitchen floored attic for expansion new furnace central air many more nice fealures LOCHMOOR-5'upcr sharp 3 bedroom brick 1h story formal dining room finished basement only $36900 BY APPONTMENT PLEASE! N THE HEART OF THE FARMS on a private cu desac this spacious English s the answer to your needs-4 bedrooms with room for the 5th living room with nalural fireplace formal dining room study kitchen with eating space games room 241 baths' beauliful woodrd lot Call for your personal inspection ST CLAR SHORES-Bark on the market located at "St Clair on the Lake" This unique anel un usual condo offers the ultimate in privacy The accent has been placed on the professional decor atlng living room 2 bedrooms 2% baths family room on the lower level Please call for delails An assumption s available SHOREWOOD E R BROWN REALTY NC MACK AVENUE Grosse Pointe Woods Michigan Members of The Grosse Pointe Real Etale Board ' Member Groue Pointe Beal Estate Board HGBE MAXON 1ST OFFERNG - French Provincial on University near Kercheval Mutschler kitchen step down living room 15x20 family room 5 bedrooms and 3 baths Rec room 2 car attached garage 1ST OFFERNG-3 bedroom 1 bath Colonial Con venient to Village Shops Bon Secours add trans- porta lion Breezeway 2 car garage Priced in mid 40's NEW ON MARKET-On a court in the Woods Eng lish llfz story 16x16 foot family room 2 bedrooms and bath on 1st floor Bedroom bath and storage on 2nd Rec room kitchenette anu bath with shower in basement Mid 50's BERKSHRE ROAD-New on market and in beautiful condition Center entrance Colonial Den and Florida room New kitchen " bedrooms 2 baths and dressing room on 2nd 2 bedrooms and bath on 3rd Rec room 3 ear garage GEORGAN COLONAL al 699 Lake S!lOre Road Marbie foyer Spacious rooms include a paneled library and a Florida room and a rec room all with fireplaces There are " family bedrooms each with its own bath sitting room and 3 addi tional bedrooms with bath 3 car garage with apartment Large lot LNCOLN ROAD-C E Colonial New kitchen with breakfast room Formal dining room Den 5 bed rooms 2 baths in all 2 car garage mmediate possession $65000 LOCHMOOR BLVD-5 bedroom 3'11bath English on 100 ft lot 29 foot kitchen Sunroom or den Hec room witi fireplace Central air conditioning 2 car attached garage $99500 LOTiROP ROAD-Exceptional Georgian Colonial on 2OOx237foot lot Library study and family room S fireplaces 9 bedrooms 6 baths and 2 sitting rooms An outstanding residence Call for details Upper bracket LANCASTER-Harper Woods-Grosse Pointe Schools 3 bedroom ranch that needs some tender loving care deal for young couple or small family $34900 JUST OFF JEFFERSON-3 bedroom 2 bath story and one half 2 bedrooms on ls1 floor New furnace 2 car garage Priced righl at $35500 PEMBERTON-Priced n low SO's bedroom 2 bath English 1st f)oor sunroom rec room with fireplace 75 foot lot and 2 car attached garage Duct work in {or centra'l air WOODLAND SHORE DR-A great family house wllh area for privacy as well as for entertaining 5 bedrooms 4' baths den or 6th bedroom family room rec room and a 2 room apartment with balh Extras include a 1st floor utility room swim mlng pool greenhouse central air and 2 car at tached garage Tblnking of building? Don'l ovetlook this 135xl80 lot on Lake Shore Road in tbe Shores $42000 HGBEMAXON "Rea tors" 83 Kercheval Members Grosse Pointe Real Eslate Board private yard 2 fireplaces 2 large sunporches modem -and 2" bauis Large wal: kitched with built in reo nut pade:ed living room frlgeralor dishwasher gar and dining L Spacious bage disposal incinerator master bedroom and twjn butler's pantry with bar size guest bedroom Unit is sink hot water gas heat 1 year old and bas luxuri brick 2car garag large ous carpeting throughout fully fenced yard Wlth many including large family room beautiful p ant n g 5 and in lower level Central air large trees Can Mr Hamp conditioning Extraordinary stead (8-5:30 pm) 875 througbout Very resm' 5721 able 'at $65000 No agents CaU for appoint HARPER WOODS - Man ment chester Brick bungalow 4 bedrooms 2 baths large garage and lot j Page Twenty-Three 13-REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 736 LAKEPOiNn; AU<ractive newor Farm Colo nial " bedrooms 2 1 h bath large beamed family room New carpeting and de(;orating 2350 sq t 2 car atlaclled garage Ownc-r Open Sunday or by appointment BY OWNER Lincoln corner lot center entrance Colonial 4 bedrooms 2 fuu baths 2 lavatorie" modern kitchen with break fast room central air fi ter newly d e cor ate d throughout attached ga rage screened porch com pletely insulated Man y other features make this an excellent buy BSHOP-Exceptional Ranch with large spacious rooms an excellent floor plan and beautiful new kitchen Here s the perfect' 3 bedroom 2 ba home fur the buyer seeking gracious livin;; with the extra privacy of 'a dead-end street 705 FSHER-Here it is! Four bedrooms a new kitch en brand new carpeting throughout a 20 foot screened terrace overlooking an extra deep lot And the best part it's priced under $ NEWCASTLE-n our opinion probably the best value on the market f you are looking for LARGE SPACOUS rooms This stacks up with homes priced six to eight thousand dollars higher You can't reauy apprectte this home unless you see the interior Can today for an appointment COMMERCAL PROPERTY square feet (5 storefronts) for sale as a package or possibly divided to flt your needs Located on Harper near Vernier tbis parcel should -interest the in vestor or the individual seeking a Harper Woods- Grosse Pointe area location YOUNGBLOOD_REAL Schweitzer OPEN SUNDAY LOCHMooR Excellent floor plan in this freshly decorated ranch Large dining room breezeway to 2car garage rec room with fireplace Fav_orably priced; see it Sunday S RENAUD Four bedroom Cape Cod with family room fuu dning room three baths CENTRAL AR f you're looking for a roomy house priced in the 70's see this one Sunday! CRESTWOOD Browse to yoqpireart'i cbn;o::l teilfon S'u!Jday' 'and check out every luxury feature in ths newer Colonial in the Shores You'll find big rooms good floor plan great location near Lakeshore Drive Four bed rooms 2lh batbs large family room Land contract available HAWTHORNE This fine brick and stone bungalow bas three' bedrooms formal din ing room Gardeners will lo;e the extra large lot with nice landscaping patio and barbeque grill Good assumable mortgage at low interest Priced in the SO's NEFF Upbeat young couples Jove these charmingly updated older homes This one bas a large family room with fireplace a splendid redwood deck overlooking a pleas ant yard and barbeque two Dew baths carpeting Priced in the 30's J HAWTHORNE : $49900 Custom abedroom Central air LAKESHORE $ Handsome 4bedroom right on the lake! ALLARD _ $37900 Price reduced! a bedroom bungalow CANTERBURY _ $ bedrooms family l'oom with firepdace ALLARD ' $ bedroom Colonial spotlessly clean VERNER $ bedroom Colonial Florida room RANCH N THE WOODS Look ahead to summer! This luxury ranch has an in ground pool great patio TWO central air conditioners There's a large family room superb kitchen den and beautifully finished bement Priced far below replacement cost at $125/lOO BEDROOM RANCH Looking for moderate price housing? See this im maculate brick ranch in the Woods At $47500 it's rcady for your move-curtains drapes car peting kitchen appliance ncluded 3 drms full dining room screened PQl'd finished base: men! BUDGET -CONSC OUS? See this threebedroom brick in the Woorls at just $35900! t's squeaky clean ncludes carpeting and drapes and the basement has tile paneling halfbath " Schweitzer FARMS PFFCE WOODS OFFCE Olfices open 9 to 9 six days Sunday 10 to :;: TY s c««s ass s«s s s a as!"n 1"«rt «d «c e «at "

24 '- sa i Oi '1 t t " Page Twnty-Four G R 0 SSE PO N'T ENE W S Thursday January lj-real ESTATE 13-REAL ESTATE 13-lEAL ESTATE 21A-PANO SERViCE 21H-RUG CLEANNG 21-i-PANTNG - FO_R S_A_L_E FOR SALE FOR SALE _ COMPLETE piano servic' CALLEBS & SON DECORATiNG NORTH BRYS-Brick Ranch WESTCHESTER ROAD HARPER WOODS _ 3 bed- Tuning rebuilding relin Carpet and Upholstery clean JEFF'S 3 bedrooms or 2 bedrooms Tastefully decorated 10room room brick home with fin ishing Me m bel' Piano ing Fast dryig Free esti WALLPAPER REMOVNG and library family room cenler hall 4 bedrooms plus ished basement and garage Technicians Guild Zech- llate Fully nsured 712 QUALTY ltiningl natural fireplace 3rd floor leen suite 21 Dining room Excellent Bossner _5: Free Estimates Jnsurtld 11ft baths 2 car attached baths well designed kilch- d't' A k g ""1 t\l\t\ - con 1 lon s m " <NV PANO 'funng garage Priced $59950 By en fireplace paneled game K CARPET :l()pointment TU room carpet throughoul HARPER WOODS _ Assume REGSTERED GULD - -_ _-- 1!lowering trees $60's By low mortgage payment MElBER CLEANNG ST CLAR SHORES - Ma! owner Spacious 4 bedroom home ROBERT MARNELL COMPANY sonic and Harper 2 beg i with basement and garage CARPET room condo First floor' EAST DETROT Extra insullltion and stor 21B-SEWNG SPECALSTS masler bedroom 155x2' Quality plus 3 bedroom ranch age Just $25900 MACHNE Steam Extracton C en t r a 1 air ndividual Basemenl with rec room Shampoo basement carport $27500 and half bath 212 car ga- CHAMBERLAN COMPLETE lune-up $395 Spot and Stain Removal rage Close to churches and all makes all ages All Upholstery Cleaning L>f\:- - y -- schools A must see home - parts stocked at affordable prices DUPLEX 21U\NB 10ross Priced to sell! $ near Mack 2 bedroom DSTNCTVE 6 bed roo m 21C ELECTRCAL brick 2 car garage on cor- PAT BURTON home with remode1ed kitch -SERVCE lo:! : 'RTHUR J SCULLY CO f:sprafd 1;s GROS3E PONTE'S ONLY 3530 KENSNGTON - Large 2227 HAMPTON Grosse Pte Call owner after 6 885()725 three bedroom brick colo Woods 3 Bedroom 1 Bat h n 13A-LOTS FOR SALE HOOVER nial }1" bath3 screened Colonial Movein conditio sun porch 1wo natural fire - excellent buy places finished basement 1318 HOLLYWOOD - 4 bed Saint Clare Parish Mid rms 2 Bath Colonial Fam 30's after three ily Rm Formal Dinin g pm: Rm & Breakfast Rm al for $48500 FLORDA-Por Richev San JOHN E PERCE Clemente East 2 bedroom ASSOC BROKER & family room buillins 1 MANAGER baths air conditioning car peling drapes allached ga rage Extras 5 years old NEF ROAD-Grosse POinte $ Cty modern Ranch style _' half duplex Custom built SPACOUS 2 bedroom condo large living room den 2 llinium Fully carpeted bedrooms Flonda room air 1"2 baths dishwasher ree room attached garage self-cleaning range Harper natural ireplace 350 sq Woods Olose 10 Easlland ft Beahful carpetmg nd and expresswa)s Mainten decoratmg dea! locahon ance paymenls include all Call u for appontment to exterior see this home ST CLAR SHORES - Ma sonic and Harper 1 bedroom condo Second floor large rooms central air ndividual basement car port $21750 Call for appointment TROY - Quad level 2300 square feet 21 years old Formal dining room coun try kitchen family room 4th bedroom or den 1112 bat h s besement Many :lulled f ' a t u res $69000 Alter 5 pm EAST DETROT-3 bedroom ilrick tri-level gas forced :lir hem carpet new 2'2 l:ill" garage 112 batrs quick possession GrWSSE POli\;TE PARK-7 room Colonial 3 bedrooms and balh up 1 bedroom or TV rwn and bath down Finishe! basement 2 car garage ts extra nice GHOSSE PONTE-996 Lin coin Road 6 room 1 floor face brick bunga1uw' Car- pet g:l age drive in es 'late new listing Price'd in lhe 30's Open Sunday 25 GROSSE PONTE - Lake poinle Two family 66 3 bedrooms ' a c h 2 gas forced air furnaces Large assumplion CROWN VA TOM McDONALD & SON 3 BEDROOM Colonial Large paneled recreation room den 2 fireplaces 1'12balhs Excellent cendition Wooded lot $ Severn Open Saturday Sunday 3 BEDROOl: ranch family room fireplace full base mcnt patio gas grill 2 car attached' garage Many extras 15 MileGroesbeck PRME AREA CUSTO\t HOMES HARRSON TOWNSHP Bl'autiful cuslom brick ranch Almost 11;2 acres terraced lot unique floor plan roomy kitchen formal din ing marble fireplace large open sunroom full block basement attached garage and more $70900 EARL KEM REALTY ROSEVLLE NC _ - -- BERKSHRE CONDOM N UMS Last Unit For Sale _ ! ST CLAR AREA 41) ACHES Approximately 1600 feet rrontaj; Large home ncome aputment upstair;- FREE GAS HEAT 2c;r l'laral::l' $1l8OOO 76S8lJll9 BY OWNER BSHOP ROAD N THE PARK 3 large bedrooms spa cious living room with fireplace dining room kitchen with breakfast nook llx26 family room with sliding glass doors First fleor balhroom finished basemen! Cen tral air Beautifully landscaped lot with pa tio and double ga grill JvW 50's WALKER-ALPRE CONDOMNUM Mar tin Road Open Sunday 25 By 11 and Jeffer son 2 bedrooms Ph baths attached garage $29500 Has $22000 assumption Vacant ove right in Call ANEL WAYBURN Sharp 5-5 flat 2 furnaces garage $24900 FHA Call ANJEL OXFORD ROOpen Suunay 25 Grosse 'Pointe Woods 111 story 4 bedrooms 112 baths dining room plush rec room 2 car garage Call ANlEL SALES PEOPLE NEEDED BLARMOOR - 110B-ready to move in! Lovely 4 bed room Colonial 2 baths dining room huge' kitchen with builtins sporty fam ily room enclosed porch 2 car attached 8% mortgage! LENNON sparkling 2 bedroom Ranch with 2 full baths large country kitchen which opens out to Florida room the finished basement is a jewel! 2 car attached i L A V 0 N canal sprawling 4 bedroom Colonial dining room gourmet kilchen sunken fam i1y room Wide 70 t canal will handle 50 t cruis' er "SHADOWOODS" ' us tom built 3 bedroom Ranch handsome family room lovely kitchen finished basemenl 2 car atlached plus all luxury items! TRADE OR SELL Carmel Lane Beautiful Farms 10 cation 9O'xl39' VACANT residential lot by owner 128 SChoenherr Frazo area Warren Harlhil Street $ auer 5 pm MOVE TO THE country Prime tree lined lot in beautiful Oakland Township just minutes from Rochest er Approximately 2'12 acres priced 10 sell Owner agent Evenings ls-business OPPORTUNtTFC; ACCURATE YOGURT FREEZER CUSTARD-Soft ce Cream - SlushShake - Freezers Pretzel bakers Complete service patts and supplies Don Preston & Associates QUARTER horse Registered $ FACTORY AUTHORZED SERVCE PONTE VACUUM FREE PCKUP AND DELVERY NEW REBULT PARTS TU i MACK ALL TYPES of electrical work Ranges dryers in stalled - remodeling Elec trical repairs fixtures in slalled city violations Li censed and insured Col ville Electric Company Evenings Days LA S &: J ELECTRC Residential Commercial No job 100 small EASTVEW ALUM NUM' NC B F GOODRCH VNYL PRODUCTS ALCOA BULDNG PROD Storm Windows Doors Awnings Porch Enclosures Siding - Seamless Gutters JM Seal Tab Roofing Storm and Screen Repair Licensed nsured B<>nded LA or LA ' Houslon-Whittier 21F-HOME MPROVEMENT TlE HOUSE DOCTOR We will do any job you may need Carpentry painting recreation rooms kitchens bathrooms or any repairs COMPLETE home improve ment nlerior and exlerior painting carpenter elec trical and cement work etc Also complete boat re-finishing 'll outbid any price Call Michael 889-o4OG D PRRO &: SON Construction Specializing in small jobs Cement work rough and finish carpentry wall papering decorating PANTNG AND DECORATNG STEVEN COOK Professional Painter nlerior Plasler Repair Exterior Trim Refinishing QUALTY PANTNG SERVCE NTEROR- EXTEROR 20 years professional experience MATT FLETCHER 4151 Buckingham TU WHTEY'S Wall Papering nterior Painting Reasonable Prices Good Work Call - no job too small R & T PROFESSONAL painting interior and ex terior wall papering Free eslimates 462 Roland Grosse Pointe Farms G TED'S WALLPAPER REMOVNG EXCLUSlVEL Y Free Estimates - nsured NTEROR and exterior painting and paper hang ing Reasonable rates 30 years experience Ray Bar nowsky after 6 pm CUSTOM DECORATNG BY "BOB" nteriorexterior carpet sales and!nstallations wall papering etc SAVE NOW! Free spring estimate on exterior Call Bob Weigel Charlevoix Evenings ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROSSEPONTE CONTRACTORS CUSTOM PANTNG AND WALLPAPERNG EXPERT ANTQUNG FREE ESTMATES \ NSURED Michael Satmary Jr NTEROR DECORATOR QUALTY GUARANTEED PANTNG and wall wash ing Speeial price for Jan uary February March Call Bob VA J-WALL WASHNG K MANTENANCE Com pany wall washing floor cleaning and waxing Free estimates K-WNDOW WASHNG G OLMN WNDOW CLEANNG SERVCE FREE ESTMATES WE ARE NSURED CALLEBS & SON Window cleaning Fully in sured Reasonable prices Free estimates K-WNDOW Cleaning Company Storms screens gut tel's aluminum cleaned Free estimates 882()688 HARBOR ELECTRC 21M-SEWER SERVCE Violations Corrected FREE ESTMATES FLOOR SANDNG All fin- SEWERS CLEANED broken ishes dark staining our Sewers repaired Guaran teed Reasonable rat e s Licensed and insured con seclalty 3rd generation or tractor residential com Licensed mercial and induslrial PROFESSONAL Floor Sand ELECTRC sewer cleaning No footage charge Tele ing and finishing Special phone price 20 years of izing in dark staining experience Cal Roemer "Supply own power" Call Plumbing TU for free estimate W Abraham N-ASPHALT WORK BEAUTY Salon-East Side Newly remodeled Ample parking Land contract available E-STORMS AND SMALL TALENTED GROUP SCREENS Creative painters and del:orators custom paperhanging LFE TME opporlunity fully equipped ready to do business modern beauty shop AND WNDOWS MPER- ALUMNUM STORM DOORS antiquing and wood finishing Plt your home in ollr AL DOORWALLS FREE at a price you won't be ESTMATES hands Please aet us meet lieve Gross yearly sales FRED'S STORM with you for an estimate $80000 Call R C Mowbray Associales GFT SHOP in Grosse Pointe Our guarantee area Unusual opportunity Reasonable Reply Grosse Poinle News Box M PETS FOR SALE RSH SETTER 6 months female AKC good with children daughter has allergies $ GENTLE 7 -month female dog needs a kind family S:le's housebroken and has good personality GERMAN Shepherd pups AKC snow white good tempermen( intelligent See parents FREE PUPPES to a good home par rish Setler and? Evenings GREAT DANE - AKC fl" male 15 months brindle Must sell! $ GOOD WATCH DOG - Fe male Yorkshire Champion stock with papers 1 year old 4 pounds Could be real money maker $200 Also a registered female MiniToy Poodle Good pet and money maker $100 Call A-HORSES SALE FOR 21G-ROOFiNG SERVCE 2o-GENERAL SERVCE ROOFS and DECKS PLUMBNG GU'TERS AND KURT O BAEHR PLASTERNG DOWN SPOUTS CUSTOM Painting and Deco- PANTNG Gutters cleaned and "flushed rating Wall pap e r i n g CARPENTRY New and Rrpair Work Guaranteed F r e e esti D DAY REALTY MASONRY Licensed :lfld ns red mates LA VOLATONS ADVANCE M \NTENANCE MACK CORRECTED 8849')12 COMPLETE decorating Pa- ST CLAR NOTHNG TOO S'tALL perhanging nsured guar- GUY DE BOER RE-ROOF anteed A Schneider TU Classlc center entrance brick 1"()565 or Ralph Roth 886 colonial on spacious well [ 1000 Sq Ft $ 3 9 c: landscaped grounds 3 bed R h J rooms Ph baths targe liv CARPENTRY drywall and -an' orne GROSSE PONTE PANTERS ing room with fireplace drywall repair Licensed NCLUDES NC Fealures Muetschler kitch lb seal tab shmglel' -Painting interior exlerior en wl 'lh ml'crowave ovens 15 years guarantee paperhanging and panell g Jennaire grill and other CUSTOM built kitchen dec All labor and material Free estimates cheerfully n luxury conveniences Wet orating painting home reo Expert in aluminum given bar sound system private pairs Experience quality Siding Gutters-Trim palio and separate garage workmanship Reasonable Roof Vent-Repairs S64500 rates X E;SNG COpn/ad 7P::'eJ: Spacious colonial family! 20A-CARPET LAYNG - Reasonable Eleven years home includes five lae CARPET LAYNG experience Free estimates l>edroo master SUte' NEW AND OLD Also carpet "steam" clean cozy hrary: large vmg Stairs Carpeted Shifted JRgoiiDR ing :::; wthc:;re:;:: ' Repairs of All Types 97 Years Reliable Service WALL WASHNG carpet! double gas grills mmed Cgarette BAuLSrnOs Re-Yloven Residential and Commercial cleaning painting Reason $ 900 All t (R f d Decks able ral's occupancy 79 NEW CARPET SALES ypes 0 00 s an ; MAC GLASHAN COMPAl'lY Samples Shown in Gullers and Downspouts REPARS ANDY KEu n D t eeara or - Across from St Clair nn Your nome Professional painting and BO TRUDEL No Job Too Large-or Small wallpapering Phone 881 ST CLA R '45896 Free Estimates 6269 for estimate Call ' nsured Workmen CERTFED f f 5 JARN-E-C-TY--- G(- 3 c:ted :r;d r _ MANTENANCE b d h d' SPECA LiZNG Custom Decorating e room orne; nlng years experience Call ater 1'1 nterior and Exterior room; full basement with 4 pm recroom; adjacent 22' x ALUM NUM Professional WalLpapering 32' brickcrele officc build 20E-NSULATOH GUTTER AND TRM Quality MaleriaLs ng with basemenl; 4 car PREPARE NOW for sky For c:t;d cllll i:anshiP Guar; :e; ne':rrfm:oro/: ()f'k ting fuel bills while 50 Roslyn Road i PROFESSONAL painting: e ra lnc me-$48:500 13ulatlOn costs are reason -- x 0 able Jt doesn't cost if 21H-RUG ClEANNG papering and staining Free pays to insulate your home ' est i mat e s John Sacco ED SA SS Sudro nsulation Company WE SHAMPOO"AND STEAM JlaHan journeyman 371 since CLEAN YOUR CARPET 8988 REALTOR 21A-PiANO SERVCE ri nl qrecoo::::'1 DONALD BLSS Sf Clair Office PANO TUNNG and repair chairs $15 love seat $25 Decorator Phone (313) ing W 0 T k guaranteed Velvets white and bleed- i Free Estimates Jnrinl' City Officc Memhl'r AFM Ed war d l ers couch $35 chair $17! TU Ptwne (313) Felske love scjt $30 PR Years in Grosse Pointe r g r "'OS7 D? 7"':nett? 7 ttrtts? $7 7 7 C & J ASPHALT PAVNG NC mprove the value of 'Your home with a professional job Over 20 years serving Grosse Pointe in driveways and sealing F r e e esti mates Owner supervised References CALL ANYTME CEMENT AND BRCK WORK CHAS F JEFFREY ' Basement Waterproofing Underpin footings Cracked or cavedn walls References Licensed nsured CHAS F JEFFREY MASON CONTRACTOR LCENSED NSURED Brick Block Slone Cement Work Wa terproofing Tuck Pointlng Patios of any kind "PORCHES A SPECALTY" 882: P-WATER- PROOFiNG BASEMENTS WATER PROOFED - Reasonable rates workmanship guaranteed or Q-PLASTER WORK SPECALZNG in repairs for 18 years Cracks elimi nated Clean Jim Black well VA NUS FreshJnen Win and Lose By Tom Cavanagh EngC'1 playe(1 an outslandin;: North High School fresh offensive gime shooting eighl men cakers demolished Chip for 12 from lhe floor for 16 pewa Valley 7328 Ol Fri poinls day January 14 Bul on Wednesday January The Norsemen came out 19 Bishop Gallagher outlasted with full-court pressure early the Norlh squad 605l to destroy the Chippewa Val The Norsemen came! out ley squad North's bench had lensc in t:l(' first quarter ana plenly of p a y i n g time shot poorly They soon setlled throughout the second third down and broke back into the and fourth quarters Brian game with their excellent fullcourt press plus impres- A t C J sive rebounding H! S k free throw line as Bishop " lit quea er Gallagher 'shot a respectabhi US n agers The game was lost at lhll By Donald J Schmid Austin cagers squeaked out anolher victory by edging oul Centerline Saint Clemenl in double overtime on Fri dav January 21 Austin's Dave Orlando sank two free throws with 1:30 left in the second overtime HARRY SMTH BULDNG CO Established n Grosse Pointe Area Since 1937 Residential and Commercial Remodeling Alterations and Maintenance New Construction {or 27 and North a voor three for seven Despite the loss Bob Brown and Engel played superbly combining for 30 points 16 and 14 respectively Mike Koepsell had a fine game scoring 10 points and pro ducing eight sleals to give lhe Friars the win A to U Austin came back from a n ques p 2623 deficit at halftime be For AuctOlon hind lhe strong shooting of Kevin Norris and Mark Van -- Sill' 10 tie the game up at A variety of Victorian an;' 56 at the end of regulation tiques will be on lhe blockplay when lhe furnishings of thll Norris had 22 points and historic Sain Mary's Acad VanSi collected 18 to lead emy are auctioned on Friday; lhe Fnas n scormg Saturday and Monday FeD The wm gves the Austm ruary 4 5 and 7 at the: cagers a 42 league record school 3385 ACll"demy road" and 84 mark overalllhis sea- Windsr Onl " son The 'scho which was e Friars are hopmg o founded at the turn of the: gam a pot D the Calholic century and list3 man Y' Leaue fmals at the U-D Me Poi n t ' r s as alumnae " monal Arena on Thursday h S February 10 The Friars will sc e?uled or demoltlior The have a chance to make the aucton Will be handled b : finals if they beat Pontiac Larry and Ernest Du10uch' Catholic when the two teams ele tw? leadmg ationeers meet at Auslin and antique authonlies For further information' 21S-CARPENTER contact L DuMouchelle at or C Hargrave at CUSTOMCRAFT Construction' Company BULDERS' & REMODELERS -- Scott Curls For Detroit " Additions Dormers Scoll lckay 18 Qf Th Rec Rooms Balhrooms Park will help represent the Kitchens New Homes Delroit Curling Club when it hosts lhe upcoming F:ourt1i Custom Garages and Doors United States Junior 'Curling Championships on Thursda1 Free Estimates and Planning! Saturday February 35 He helped his team win FNANCNG ARRANGED the right to represent its dis- trict by winning the MiciW ganohion?iana d i s t l' i ct champonship on Tuesday December 28 : ' BLACK & KUHN The upcoming champion CONSTRUCTON _ DESGN ship features teams from 10 New buildings additions districts covering the north " renovations; -Eicensed: erp US JWd:w be1l1ay Residential":'" Commercial at the Detroit Curling Club 6823' West Forest avenue For more information caj1 REMODELNG HOME BULDNG ' by NYE PROl\OTED BDGARE BROS City National Bank of De; troit has announced the pm- NC motion of Robert E Nye 9f Ex!ra rooms dormers attics The Pointe to the positiofj kitchens recreation rooms of senior vicepresident As Licensed and nsured s e n i 0 r vice-president Mr< Remodeling loans to $7500 Ny' continues to manag!: No down payment 10 years t:le bank's investment divito pay sion and assumes the added TU responsibility of the public funds department He join\!d City National Bank in 19'l as manager of the municipal bond portfolio He is a gradu ate of State University of owa and a member of the Bond Club 'l[ Detroit and tbe Detroit Chapter-Security Af alyst Society PLASTERNG ill Pointes QUALTY WORK by carpen 21W-DRESSMAKNG' since 1949 Clean profes- tel' with over 20 years ex & TAilORNG' sional work No job too perience in Grosse Pointe CUSTOM SEWNG and aller: small F r e e estimates Kilchens remodeled base ations Men and women's Walter Spriel ments paneled room addi- ultra suede tions etc Conscientious Small jobs acceptable R-FURHTURE 1004 DRESS:\AKNG and A1teJ'a REPAR tions done in my home FURNTURE refinished reo CUSTOM Call before 12 or alter 7 paired stripped any type DECORAT NG pm of caning Free estimates BY "BOB" CLOTHG alterations ex or Formica counter tops recre- pertly done in my home SPECALJZNG' h' ation rooms carpenlry Reasonable m c ar can carpet installation elc mg and lll'ltatlon rh seat Bob Weigel Charle 211-SNOW REMOVA-l work furniture epalr 771 vail' Eveninl!s & LANDSCAP'G 4844 ALL WORK GUARANTEED THlM;\[);\G removal spr-;; UPHOLSTERNG 25 per Attics Porch Enclosures ing fceding and slump cel off our already low Additions Kitchens removal Free estimate!; ; 5 day servce 771 Commercial Buildings Complete tree service Cal JM SUnON Fleming T l' e ' Service 21 S-CARPENTER 1677 Brys Drive TUxedo SERViCE TU TU K\JANTENANCE CO FRANK B WLLAMS Li CARPENTRY -;i-it;-t;;t! SNOW REMOVAL censed builder Specializ- Licensed builder Remodel 24 Hour Service ing in home updating and ing additions finished Rcsidential and Commercia' all minor or major rcpairs worketc ! Free Estimates Doors ad jus ted book shelves instajled paneling ALBERT D THOMAS: new counter tops vanities NC ' EMERGENCY Code viola lions corrccted For courteous expert assisl We are general contractors; SNOW REMOVAL: ance in improving your One call takes care of all! PREFERABLE 4" OR MORE home in any area please your bulding remodeling' call me at problems large or smail ' LETO TU FRUT TREES BULDNG CmlPANY 21T-PlUMBNG AND' PRUNED : Since 1911 HEATNG i Bt'l time to Cllt and thin llit Custom Building fruit lrce$ Family rooms our specially PLUMBNG ' Expcrienced alterations kitchens NO SERVCE CHARGE R(ilonab]c : TU Small or large jobs electric nsurcd ALL TYPES of remwelin"- sewer c can i n g Pri PO:'\1TER LANnscAPNq '" vate plumber Sma!! home DAVl': BARLOW Wooden aillt sleel railings; repairs Reasonable '} wooden porches wooden steps FALL CLEAN-U DE SENDER FOR LEAN aml dependahle SNOW REMOVA BAffKER e{bna ;nd E\ i 24 HOUR SERVCE COTRACTORS nc lng Plumbing Licen!\e r SHOREWOOD: Mo:lelzatlon lteratlons #04556 TUxedo ' : Addlhons Family Rooms Kitchens & Recreation Area EASTLAND P L U ;\1B [ N G LA N D SC APE cd Estate Maintenance new and repair com mer: JAMES BARKER : cial induslrial all city vio : ; 88G4 lations c:>rreded ' - : n l r ;

25 Thursdoy January G R 0 SSE PO N TEN E W S Page Twenty-Five -----_:-_ Center Offers 'hreats to sight come in many forms including cata ract5 diabetes injuries' and glaucoma n an effort to educate people in ways to preserve sight the Friends of Bon Secours the Detroit nstitute of Ophthalmology and the Grosse Pointe Lions Club will prillent a Town Han for Health at the War Memorial on Monday January 31 The two part program will include a lecture given at 1:30 p m by an ophthalmolo gist entitled "Vision Loss- Today's Major Causes" A1- mission to the lecture which will examine the four major causes of blindness is by ficket only Testing for glaucoma one of the major causes 'of CTY OF Free Eye Tests blindness will be available from 12 noon9 pm free or charge and without appoint ment This short and painless test done by the ophthalmol ogists can make the differ ence between the adminis tration of sightsaving mea sures in the early stages of the disease and 10s of sight when glaucoma goes unde tected nformation and free tic kets for the lecture are avail able by calling Pointe Theater Sets Tryouts Open casting for Grosse Pointe Theatre's Showcase Theatre production of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Trout Buffs Nest" will be held Wednes Pia n Ba nq uet! da:rthursday February 23 j in the Terrace Room of the' Center at 8 pm The Paul Young Chapter of The play which will be Trout Unlimited (TV) will produced April 27-May is host outdoor writer Dave Dale Wasserman's adapta Richey of Honor Mich at its tion of Ken Kcsey's novel of annual winter roast beef life in a mental hospital in banquet Thursday January the Pacific Northwcst 27 at the Troy Hilton Hotel A chief difference between 175 at Maple Cocktail re- the play and the Oscarwin ception begins at 6 pm and ning film is the key stagc dinner at 7 pm role of Chief Bromden the _Mr Richey aufhor of "The a P par e n tl y mute ndian Steelhead" and several other whose moving monologues technical books on fishing mold the play together will speak on "Trophy Fish Strong performers also ae ing in Michigan" accom needed for te other 18 mam panied by a slide film pres roles cluding mam char entation ac!;jrs Randle McMurphy and 'Trout Unlimited is a non Nurse Ratched profit organization founded in 1959 by a group of Michi gan anglers deeply concerned over the rapid deterioration of trout fishing Grosse Point ers Roy D Chapin and Hugh Psychic Expert To Visit prp _; Harness serve as directors The Grosse Pointe Chapter '-"- For individual and group of Parents Without Partnens reservations call Dr Homer ('PWP) will hold its neld Smathers at Tickets general meeting riday Jan q also will be available at the uary 28 in 'the War Memor door for $12 each ial 32 Lakeshore road at j<: ' 7:30 {m :; Following the coffee and >Time Control social orl?r Dale Cottrell ' " a specialist 111 parapsycl101 ":Class Forming?gy' will speak on asral pro : i ]echon life after death pyra- ' - midism auras Atlantis UFO;; >f-time Management a new and the Bermuda Triangle :--'; 'course offering by the De Dr CottTell teaches at Ma _ partment of Community Ser comb Community College and vices is designed to help is faculty advisor for the Ma citizens gain control of their comb Psychic nvestigaion time Club He and some of his stu - nstructors Nancy mmer dents will give demonstra and Patty Forster will guide tions of some psychic phenoindividuals through a pro menallat tb mmm("''l"l <!t!"ssof:enmining their val- All membe's and eligible ues; looking at how time is prospective- members (divor speot-and how it could be ced separated widow's and -/' spent; and making more ef widowers) are urged to atfeclive decisions tend ' They also will view self- An <afterglow will be held 3!lsertion (and consequently following the meeting doing more of the things one really wants to do) by learning to say "no" when it's appropriate and setting goals and priorities as well as activities to meet the goals The class will begin meet ing at South High School on Monday January 31 For fur ther information call 885 MOB akery Sets Art Contest This February there will be an art contest hela -at the- Village Bakery for all area grade school and high school students The contest will be judged professionally winners will be publicly announced and prizes will be awarded in each age category The theme for this event is winter animals which will be displayed throughout the month of February at the -bakery Registr::tion and materials are available pt the Vi lage Bakery in the Village Kercheval avenue located in the rear of the building Jaycees Set Paper Drive The Grosse Pointe Jaycees hcpe to collect 40 tons of newspaper in the community as part of a paper drive Sunday-Monday February "Your sup p 0 r t will be greatly appreciated Because of such a large area it would be imp:>ssible to cover the whole Grosse Pointe community but we will try to cover as many streets as possible" said Doug Coley \ you have any large quan tities of newspapers to be picked up contact Mr Coley at All profits from thc paper drive will go to the Burn Center in Ann Arbor ] The organizlon's collec tion trailcr will be parked behind the DeFours nsur- i ance Agency Mack avenue NO WAY The toughest assignment in lhe world comes when one tries to convince a selfmadc man that he has cheated him self rn!illt'niutt 'ark NOTCE OF PUBLC HEARNG The City Council of Grosse Pointe Park will hold a public hearing at 5:30 PM on Monday February in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building East Jefferson Avenue Grosse Pointe Park Michigan to consider the following: GPN ORDNANCE AMENDMENT THE CTY OF GROSSE PONTE PARK OR- DANS: Section 1 Section 514 of Chapter 20 of Tite V of the Grosse Pointe Park City Code S hreby amended by adding thereto sub-section 10 which reads in its entirety as follows: "10 Any property in a residentsl district which is owned by or leased by or to the City may be used for patking metered or unmetered upon the City's cmpliance With all the provisions of sub-section 5 6 and 8 of this Section 514 including approval by the Board of Appeals H J Ortisi City Clerk DEVLN PROMOTED loan representative she de nler national Divis:on as a! LVE T UP National Bank of Detroit velops new industrial loan credit a n a y s t operations T k tho lh has announced the appoint t' 1 t d a e logs as ey comerelationships and ad minisfers suppor ana ys an as a ment of Catherine L Devlin the l>ast is gone forever to a South High School gradu- existing group portfolos m methods analyst She ob- morrow S an uncertamty ate to assistant loan ()!ficer the Latin American area An tained a BS degree in marj and today is no sure thing in the bank's nternational NBD employe for five years keting from Michigan State C:;E"EAL Notice of Last Day Of Registration Of The Qualified Electors Of The Grosse Pointe Public School System Wayne County Michigan For The Special Election To Be Held On MARCH TO THE QUALFED ELECTORS OF SAD SCHOOL DSTRCT: PLEASE TAKE; NOTCE that a Special School Election will be held in said School District on SaturdaJ" 1ilrch Act 269 Public Acts of Michigan 1955 as amended provides in part as follows: GPN "The nspectors of Election at any annual or special elenion shall not receive the vote of any person residing in a registration school district whose name is not registered as an elector in lhe City or Township in which he resides " THE LAST DAYan which person may register with lhe appropriate city or township clerk or the city or township in which they reside or at a Secretary of State Driver's License Bureau in order to be eligible to vote at said Special E:ec tion is February Persons registering after 5:00 o'clock PM Eastern Standard Time on said February will not be eligible to vote at said Special School Election Under the provisions of Act 269 Public Acts of Michigan 1955 as amended registrations will not be taken by school officials and on:y persons who have reg istered as general electors with the appropriate city or township clerks of the city or township in which they reside or through registration t a Secretary of State Driver's License Bureau are registered school electors Persons plannmg to register with a city or to'vnship clerk must ascertain the days and hours on which the clerk's office is opn for registj1ltion Registration of unregistered qualified electors of the School District will be received at the following places: 1 Residents of the City of Grosse Pointe Park shall register at the office of the Clcrk of the City of Grosse Pointe Park East Jefferson Avenue City of Grosse Pointe Park Michigan 2 Residents of the City of Grosse Pointe shall rel{ister at the office of the Clerk of the City of Grosse Pojnte Maumee City of Grosse Pointe Michigan 3 Residents of the City of Grosse Pointe Farms hall register at the office of the Clerk of the City of Grosse Pointe Farms 10 Kerby Road City of Grosse Pointe Farms Mic'higan 4 Residents of the City of Grosse Pointe Woods shall register At the office of the Clerk of the City of Grosse Pointe Woods Mack Avenue City of Grosse Pointe Woods Michigan 5 Residents of the Citv of Harper Woods shall register at the office of the Clerk of the City of Harper Woods; 19617"Harper Ave-nue City of Harper Woods Michigan 6 Residents of the Township of Grosse Pointe shall register at the office of the Clerk of the Township -of Grosse Pointe 795 Lake Shore Drive Village of Grosse Pointe Shores Michigan This Notice is given by order of the Board of Education of The Grosse Pointe Public School System Wayne County Mi<:;higan 395 FSHER RD ' "!!T <" >'Melisa'S' M'09hiese Secretary Board of Education JMMY CARTER DOESN'T LVE N ETHER one of these white houses but they're both capable of housing your family in a special way if you wish your next home to have 4 family bedrooms 3-1/2 baths family room etc such as being in an excellent family location in Grosse Pointe Priced attractively in the mid seventies and both now offer immediate possession We suggest you don't delay Call today tor complete details MEMBERS OF GROSSE PONTE REAL ESTA TE BOARD TU :!r:::';r '-C A t )o 'AA10Q00 J_ llttilr JA5 "-U ll(""ou'l 0'0(' 'TS THE SEASON F r e que n t collisions are bound to happen when great political minl1s run in the same channel Divis'-n As a commercial she has held prior jobs in the University ::' ACT UA L USE ::"c'i' ;':;':::;':-: FiEPORT SET GOAL Enthusiasm accolll piishps Jiltle unless accompanied hy a certain amount of plan ning and hustle OJlJSJJ(Cll O::lf:l <) "W CC a'& ;)f ; JQ :116 _ :s9"y\lo:rcll :U a 0:;; ] 1t il'c c QtC"''N'" "6 :l1 "'liel FlJot'Clllll wo '01"'1 Ob'09iflF AHY iof r2'] J-- itot"'9'cl lq OlliS F ll'''1 S ; 1 fow t'd1 --- J < ':36 3 ;?f':&:"' ; J=;;;::l(: :'!:'s);:' :a':r\> };t:s;;;;:; :llrc :> Ot '1\f c-lov - '; :A f ' '';'1 _ lo';': ';F S H(PC;:P """'v Ol C:'Rr'S CCC Et '-G i rui:lkos_?22t'! :C:-rE"lT'i "E:Y 4PE ':>9Et FG'" poel'c ic"' ""'t A' f'i t:: -!111? 4'_ '-:-::i;;e!;? :"-; ":i!!- l;:; ' Chester E Petersen City Administrator-Clerk CTY OF <&rullar'niutr - ::::::::':::::':;t;>' ':::;< >"! ;'5;:C:j'=:"c::-:' 0' JCllll 111"10"" Ud ljull' reu JlUJ\lD ill"'1! _? ro'th!'flc' 0' l;:jt!_:::!_ool'ln'- COvE ' :: ""-';r::':-:u ) :-=:';5i: )j"t: J000'S : r CS""'" i il»'*lvn ""-"";l\w--o -' _j----:--""oq "'6 o t ;tj:-ts r """"'9 ="'- OQ - ' "' :c (: 1' t: J :P):olATO"'l t: 1 \ "c":clj"ro 2 2 J:E 'J 3 -i ;ROS;E P0 L"4r;z: ;t :('ls :"'" 4MOlt 1 ':17'1 ';L:;o( -":;::S:'"'e:;:\ '"'ro:>"':'-14 "236 : ""'----=-----:----- jos;t: :'OP"S J"':'C5 12 l'9o'j'so'og' cell l("nf)'oeu"itt: 11 OE'oEL;;N{lf j t: ---J 15 rorllls lt:hwli;0::i<:-::'f:r;: ':;; :s::-:::: ::: ': ::4' 1J1UrlltB NOTCE OF NTENTON O'F THE CTY OF GROSSE PONTE FARMS TO ENTER 'NTO A CONTRACT OF LEASE WTH THE CTY OF GROSSE P'O'NTE FARMS BULDNG AUTHORTY AND NOT;CE OF RGHT TO PETTON FOR REFEREND'UM THEREON _---- " - " _6ailL "t FULL FATH AND CREDT AND TAX NG POWER OF THE CTY OF GROSSEPONTE FARMS WLL BE PLEDGED NOTCE S FURTHER GVEN that in said Contract of Lease the City of Grosse Pointe Farms will obligate itsplf to make cash rental payments to the City of Grosse Pointe Farms Building Authority in amounts sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds to be issued by the City of Grosse Pointe Farms Building Authority and that the full faith and credit of the City of Grosse Pointe Farms will be pledged for the making of said cash rental payments Pursuant to said pledge of its full faith and credit the City of Grosse Pointe Farms will be obligated to levy such ad valorem taxes upon all taxable property in the City without limitation as to rate or amount as shall be necessary to make such cash rental payments f the City at the time prescribed by law for the making of its annual tax levy shall have other funds on hand which have been set aside and earmarked for payment of its obligations for which a tax levy would otherwise have to be made then the tax levy shall be reduced by the amount of such other funds Such other funds may be raised from any hwful source such as the rental payments received by the City from the United States Postal Service n addition to its obligation to make cash rental payments the City of Grosse Pointe Farms will in said Contract of Lease agree to pay all costs and expenses of the parking facil-' ity and all expenses of the Authority incidental to the issuance and payment of the bonds to the extent such expenses are not payable from the proceeds of the bonds or by the United States Postal Service RGHT TO PETTON FOR REFERENDUM NOTCE S FURTHER GVEN that this notice is given to and for the benefit of the electors and taxpayers of the City in order to inform them of the intention of the City to enter into the above described Contract of Lease and also to inform them of their right to petition for a referendum upon the question of entering into said Contract of Lease without a vote of the -electors thereon but the Contract of Lease shah not become effective until 45 days after publication of this notice f within said 45-day period a petition for rcfenmdum requesting an election on the Contract of Lease signed by not less than 10% or of the registered electors of the City whichever is less has been filed with the City Clerk the Contract of Lease shall not become effective unless approved by a majority of the electors of the City of Grosse Pointe Farms voting thereon at a general or special election This notice is given by order of the City Council pursuant to Act 31 Public Acts of Michigan 1948 (First Extra Session) as amended Further information may be secutcd at the office of the undersigned City Clerk GPN TO ALL ELECTORS AND TAXPAYERS " ;"l:rrof lj;ij;ltypf p9sp9{ntejarms; ' q;1'r;:eihereby GVN: t!tat th City Council ofjhe City of Grosse Pointe Farms Wayne County Michigan has authorized the execution of a full faith and credit general obligation Contract of LeasE' between the City of Grosse Pointe Farms and the City of Grosse Pointe Farms Building Authority The Contract of Lease will provide among other things for the acquisition and construction of a -parking facility which facility w be leased by the City to the United States Postal Service The said Contract of Lease will further provide that the City of Grosse Pointe Farms Building Authority will finance the acquisition and construction of said parking facility by the issuance of Building Authority Bonds pursuant to the provisions of Act 31 Public Acts of Michigan of 1948 (First Extra Session) as amended in anticipation of the receipt of cash rental payments to be made by the City of Grosse Pointe Farms to the City of Grosse Pointe Farms Building Authority pursuant to said Contract of Lease The maximum amount of bonds to be issued is $ RCHARD City Clerk G SOLAK

26 '-"""" "_---"--1 Page Twenty-Six ' GROSSE PONTE NEWS Thursday January ' * * * * Attention jor au people who have booked their the airlines air reservations directly with We provide your air tickets -= immediately and save you time and agyra- -0' vation Prices are exactly the same as the airlines Stop by or call Dety Travel Mack Avenue Vd-Stn-a Counter Points By Pat RouSHau Robin's Egg Blue jonquil yellow spring visions? No just the colors of the new spring coats of light weight nubby wool that are at Walton-Pierce The single breasted half belted style also comes in white and is an excellent choice for cruise So many new fashions are arriving including dress and jacket ensembles There's an interesting woven silk textured fabric that is used for two smart costumes One with a hip length jacket comes in lemon yellow and white plaid The other with a short';';f jacket is a combination of raspberry pink and green plaid There is a pretty raspberry linen-look ensemble with a pink knit top The jacket is lined in pink A new selection of lilacks come in a range of pastel colors From the Knit Group are long black knit dresses styled in many beguiling ways One is patterned with a large red flower Another shows a wide white diagonal on the bodice and still another is fashioned with a black jersey attached stole Lots of new pant suits are at Walton-Pierce in the Sportswear Department A white knit with a brightly striped top is right for south now summer later Thre's a good looking beige and white three piece pant suit and a tan poplin gaucho pant combined with a vest and a plaid top Take a break from winter and come see all the sunny new fashions at Walton- Pierce Mutschler Kitchens has a display of design-awall storage cabinets for any room of your home in oak cherry and maple Stop by Mack A venue and choose the ones best suited for your needs TU Timely Arrival t t1e Notre Dime Pharmlcy for winter dry skd Dew Frencll precess cold cream OP comes in assorted colo Sa cakes re $5 Seven different Wimbledon tennis specials including tickets to ten- matches in June London for ltr one week land packages begin at $200 each plus charter or regular {nis air Also a 2 week complete deluxe program from $1476 each Call Those Folks at Mr Q The Squirrel's Nest has a super selection of special greetings for special occasions from Hallmark Drawing Board Favessi and Panda Prints Mac Avenue Special Sile t E4 Malilllewlld Mack Ave nue Choose from sa style of Lees carpets aad SAVE Lees carpels are mlde of tjg!jt tw!st yloll yant Dd re speclilly engineered &0 take Map wear nd keep on look ng great You Don't Have To Travel Far for a beauty spa Take advantage of the many beauty' services at David F David Salon d'elegance Mack Avenue Set aside some time for yourself one of these blustry winter days Relax and enjoy a massage facial nail wrap' make-up and new hair style Call While there have your jewelry cleaned FREE of charge New Mounting jor your ring? See the beautiful selection at Bijouterie or hllve Tony Cueter create one for you There's also a complete line oj fine cut diamonds at Bijouterie Mack Avenue Valentine's Day is coming soon and a gift from Bijouterie will make it memorable Hurry to Martha's C1oliet "3'15' FiDer Road for- the last days of the sale t's Uover SaturdlY uulry Z and 11'5 tbe last big sale until JUDe 5t off to 15% off dresses coats separates evening dresles add fashion aecessories Cash only All sales final PS Come see tile new'seleetigj of crulsewear Martha's ClDSet will be closed Monday lanuary 31 for inventory and will reopen Tuesday February s( Stock up on "Day at Home Things" from the School Bell Mack Avenue Art supplies puzzles games are perfect ' mother's helpers during the winter hours Tag Your Luggage with handsome per- manent ucite luggage tags engraved with your name and address $750 a pair at Two's Company 369 Fisher Road ' This Winter Particularly you ougbt &0 llave a fur coat There s a special seleclion sale tagged 40 off at SuUlvall Furs %0327Maek Aveue Country Carving Class Thursday February 3rd 4 week session $10 total by Joyce DeRonghe in Fisher Wallpaper and Paints' Crafty Corner in the Village Gabardine s a grut fllhloft look for spring Bllzers skbu plata blootes n shades of crelm blue ad poppy an seplrl <t n coordldlted t De Marllret Dllmo" 'os Shop 377 Fisher Road Happiness is a nightcap and a snack at Perini's! Enjoy your favorite drink try a popular Kentucky Hot Brown Sandwich a Sizzler Steak or a Hamburger Supreme Luncheon prices and portions available all day every day Closed Monday Happiness is tonight at Perini's Whittier between Harper and Kelly Call for group accom modations Keep Up with the latest travelltchattereducation" 1"or your FREE copy call 'rralelwlrld t tz' sa ft 7 7"" P"5 $ C? Offer Self-Help Feature Page * * * * Pholo by To" Greenwood SOUTH HGH SCHOOL FOREGN EXCHANGE STUDETS MAJA KARKOSK FROM FNLAND MARC BUDGE FROM AUSTRALA AND EDNA PEREZ FROM MEXCO By Susan McDonald hundreth time as Marc con South High School's delegation of foreign ex- 'tends he has that Austra change students is a varied one this year _ geo- lians do not keep kangaroos graphically at least they couldn't come from hopping around the house as more distant homelands pets There's 17year-old Maija Marc more than the others j{arikoski who hails from miss from home seems to enjoy all the questhe mid _sized industrial "Sauna-you have no sauna \tions 'Home' is his favorite town of Jyvasky!a in Fin here it's the best sleeping subject and it takes little land t's located in the coun pill in tlte world" says Maija prompting for himto speak try's' central plain an area And according to her she of Australia's virtues for the dotted with thousands of needs some relaxation The traveler - from the Great small lakes and a climate 50 roughest thing for her io get Barrier Reef just north of similar to Michigan's she used to in 1he US 1s what his home where thousands feels right at home here with she calls our "go go go" of years of coral formation tbe Gretchen Wilmoth family lifestyle' makes for a beautiful sight in Whittier road No Time to Rest along hundreds of miles of And from the 'quiet con "At home we do something coast; to the cultural center tinent' of Australia there's and then we rest for a while of Adelaide; to the amazing Marc Budge 18 who's al before we do something else" Ayers Rock rising 350 me 'ready in his first year of she explains "But here it's ters out of the desrt right premedical school at the one thing after another never smack in the center of the Unlverslty of Queensland stopping just don't under conlinent He's a native of Brisbane on stand it" That's The Purpose Austraja's east coast and Marc has been somewhat They all do a lot of exhe's getting an introduction putoff by the same pheno plaining but after all that to American home life with is the purpose of their' trips men a and obviously prefers th e Bruce Sanders family of the Australian way of doing and the giant organizations Yorkshire road things tbat sponsor them And finally from the south Youth for Understanding S Ed na P erez from th e an "Life just goes too fas' (sponsoring Maija) Ameri cien t Cl't y af Ja1 apa (X aapa here" he says "Back home can Field Service '(sponsor is 1't s Azt ec name ) on th e we look around at what ev 109 Marc) and Rotary n- Guf f M V eryone else is doing and then 0 exlco10 eracruz ternational (5 pan s 0 r'i n g S d h b h R t pick out what we like best ponsore ere y t e 0 ary Edna) all share a common nterna t lana Ed na 'il t Here you try to do every- W s ay thing" aim in their vast exchange with three Pointe families programs They hope to help during the year She's now Edna seems to be swept up people fr()m different na livln!! with Dr and Mrs John with the pace herself keep tlons achieve an understand- 'Bradfield and their family in ing a busy schedule of week jng of each other that can Hamilton court ly luncheons and speaking ome only through sharing a Adjusled EasUy engagements (besides chang year of each other's life Adjustment to US life has ing residences every few t's also the purpose be been a breeze for all three months) that are required hind the committees and with the help of their Amer by her Rotary nternational clubs on the local level that ican 'families' Marc had an sponsorship support the overseas trips edge with the language-al She's very busy "but 'm At South High it's the Adult ways the first hurdle for seeing a lot this way and Foreign Student Committee young travelers but the snow meeting many people-prob made up of parents and stu: and cold which he is not used ably more than would if dents who have either been to has put him off a bit were just doing it on my abroad or hosted a student He's finished with high own" in their home school but is certainly not t Can Be Difficult bored with school at South No matter how outgoing nternational Dinner He's taking advantage of they are though being the One of the committee's what he calls South's "well cenler of attention as they major means of support is rounded" curriculum with so often are during their first the annual foreign student computer science and an months here can be difficult scholar hip fund raiser-the guage classes he'd miss at They au have a list of out: nternational Dinner-set for home land ish questions posed to Wednesday February 2 at Snow was new to Edna too them since their arrival 6:30 o'clock in the second but she's being much more Maija swears several stu- floor cafeteria at South High advenurous about it She's denls have wondered what The cooks over at South taken up skiing skating and language is spoken in Fin may have a rough time coeverything else that helps land (quick now it's Fin ordinatig a menu featuring make a Michigan winter nish) and says some of her the unlikely combination of bearable-and she's loving peers have been surprised to Australian Mexican and it Since unlike Marc and discover that she had seen Finnish foods - but they Maija Edna will get some an orange before coming must t's traditional for the credit for her school work here t 1311 leaves Maija inner to reflect a touch of here she's taking that ser amazed at the lack of under ome for each of South's ex iously Still it's a breeze standing of Europe that the change students and it's compared to the 11 classes a US students have guaranteed to be good semester she must carry at There is more than a hint Harriet Genburg a nativ home of chauvinism apparent in of Sweden herself: has been Call Classwork Easy some of the queries too handed more imposing tasks All three agree that class' Questions such as "Do you in her years as Adult Com work for high school students have a television?" and miltee calering chairman is quite easy compared to "Does everyone in Mexico and she's <llways com home ride around on horses?" must throuh to make the annual "t's simple; if you don't hurt But it's hard for Edna benefit dinner a fine one like math here you just to stay offended for long Club Will Serve don't take it" says Maija They Take t in Stride Student members of South Cancer Clinic Short and to The Pointe (ConCinued from Page 13) Army Private MAURCE L MONSEREZ \Son of MR and MRS MAURCE C MONSEREZ of Huntington boulevard was recently as ;igned to the 31st Field Ar tillery at Fort Campbel! Ky A trio of Pointe!'3 Michi gan Court of Appeals Judge GEORGE N BASHARA FRED E HARRS and STUA'RT D HUBBELL has been named to the Brighton Hospital Foundation Among the lal1'-gest group of new student" in the his tory of Clarkson College PO'1dam NY 15 STEPHEN H DOUGLASS a frrohman ectrical and Computer En gineering major son of MR and MRS RCHARD W DOUGLASS of Buckingham road Combining major> in Dance and Social Work at Eastern Mich<:gan University is MAR GARET FRANCE da'jghter of DR: and MRS C JACK SON FRANCE of Berhire road: The EMU junior who pevlou;sly at ten d e d both Westel'n Michi<gan Uniersity and Grand Valley State Col leges has periodically studied dance (ballet jazz and modern) since she was six years old 'Following grad uation shs plans to return to school to study Architecture-and wul teach dance while doing 50 o 0 Firstyear coaoh MARGE SNYDER gl'eeted 14 candidates fur Kalamazoo Co1 lege' women'\s basket bnll squad in November in cluding frehman TNA AN DROTAKS daughter of MR and MRS THEODORE ANDR10TAKS road Among eight UnivelSity of Michigan studenbs receiving the underclassmen Hopwood Awards for oreative writing was Residential Co:lege stu dent CARRE F SMTH of Ghesquiere court in the fiction division far "Requiem" and "A Matter of the Heart" " 'CO 'CO Named to the most recent Dean's List at Ma'rietta Col lege Marietta 0 are Grosse Pointe South High School graduates R C HA R D L REDMOND JR fil"ehman of Three Mile drive LYNNE A HALTER sophomore of Three Mile (}rive and PAUL E RUBLE JR junior of Ea't JeffellSon avenue 0 ( (:: of Audubon Pointer ROBERTA KHO URY has been appointed chief perfuuion technologist at Ha'1'per-Grace Hospitah in the Detroit Medical Center Ehe holds a Bachelor of Sci: ence degee from Ohio State University's School of Allied Medica:! Jiroles31ons '" Among tho s e attaining straight-a grade point ave rages for the fall term at Michigan State University aife Pre Veterinary majors MAR ANNE JOSSENS of Birch lane and JENNFER THO- MAS of Nottingham road; Criminal Justice major PA TRCA O'DONNELL of Uni versity place; Business major DEBORAH J SPRNG of North Renaud road; Engi neering major PAUL J STADNK of Anita avenue; DSYO Concert s Postponed with surprise And since she "Everyone is so interested High's Foreign Exchange The third concert of the De doesn't like math she's sub- they just keep asking and Club will be serving the din- troit Sympbony Youth arches stituted co-educational gym asking; they want to learn ner which will be followed tra's 197&77 season previand thinks it's great so much and they re;llly by a program of international ously scheduled for Sunday But no matter how well catch on fast" _ music presentations by Mai evening January 30 at 8 they're enjoying themselves So they learn to take it in ja Edna and Marc -and South o'clock at Ford Auditorium there's 'always something to 'stride and explain for the students selected to go will now be postponed until abroad this year March t's also a good chance to Philip Greenberg conduc [ From Another Pointe of View (Continued from Page 15) A While" may be obtained by calling or A Little Morning Art Jacobson's has a treat in store for Grosse Pointe art lovers who daunted by snow and icecovered roads may not be making it down to the Detroit nstitute of Arts as often as they'd like A mini-series-four art lectures w' 1 slides from the Art nstitute - will be' pre ented at Jacobson's Grosse Pointe on four Wednesday mornings in February The first program February 2 will feature Roberta Betz talking on three American artists Cassatt Whistler and Sargent "Sophisticates' Abroad" The second February 9 will present 'Zelma Horwitz in a mini-tour of paintings in the Detroit nstitute of Arts "Realism Expressionism Abstrac tion" Patricia Jehle will zero in on "The mpressionists" February 16 and the series closes February' 23 with Nancy Matisse discussing "Famous Artists and their Masterpieces in the Detroit nstitute of Arts" * * Jacobson's will offer complimntary continental breafast sweet rolls and coffee at 9:30 o'clock preceding the lectures which run approximately 45 minutes Reservations may be made by calling Extension 117 * Supplementing the lecture series Jacobson's Store For The Home will feature an exhibit of original art during the month of February * Double Duty for Tom Yes that WAS Tom Wells playing two partsa beggar in the first act a soldier in the second - in Michian Opera Theatre's delightful "Naughty Marietta" Tom you remember is the gentleman whose broken leg prevented him from being in "The arber of SeviOe" but ho leg healed turned up m MOT s world prenuer "Washington Square" Now they can't get him off the stage! Another Pointer who's been bitten by the MOT acting bug is De Shaheen of Yorkshire road one of the best and prettist members of MOT's chorus for three years Pointers are hard at work behind MOT scenes' too Consider the cases of Lucy Prost and Joani Grierson now in their second seasons as volunteer assistants in the costume department They're having a ball Psychoogy major JAMES A SEDER (f Vendome road; Hotel and Restaurant Man agement major LESLE A EDMUNDS of Merriweather road; Human Ecology majors CATHERNE A MAKOS of Notre Dame avenue and MARY C BAYER of Cadieux road; ProProfeS'sional major C H R 1ST 0 P HER MENGAST of E3sex d-rive; English major DAVD S VERSCAL of Willow Tree place; Romance Language major DONALD A BROWN ON bel lincoln & fisher Thurs ' :-'TH!S Oxford road has been elected to the board of trustees of Hutzel Hospitat in the De trait )'ledical Center K ARE N HUMPHREY daughter of MR and!llrs KERMT D HUMPHREY of McKinley avenue a 1973 Grosse Pointe South High School graduate has been in itlated into Phi Beta Kappa at Michigan State University where she is a senior major ing in History of Torrey road; Biology ma " " jar JANE CORTEVLLE of Pointer JEAN HUDSON Hollywood avenue; Chemical has been awarded her second Engineering major JOHN P var>ity letter in field hockey MEER of Lochmoor boule at Wesleyan University Mid vard; and Physical Science> dletown Conn where a sen major JAMES L TELFER ior she played center forof Cloverly road ward and scored five goals to '" " lead the Cardinal hockey WLLAM C COX JR of team in scoring Cutting NC WEEK';'SY ' (j ' COUPON ; SPECALS : FREWAX 96reg 149 : Excellent for fireplaces safer than kindling L Pir get information on how to tor of the DSYO announced host an exchange student that the January concert will The American Cancer So problems as a result of the yourself be performed instead on Sun ciety will hold its monthly disease and with the assist Tickets for th dinner are day afternoon March 20 at meeting for cancer patients ance of a nurse consultant $325 for adults and $2 for 3:30 o'clock in Ford Auditorand their families next Thurs give them the opportunity and children 12 years and young ium day February 3 at 7:3Q in encouragement to discuss mu- er They'll be on sale at the The program and!soloist the evening in the Ladies tual problems school on Monday or may be '!'tmain the same: Beethoven' Parlor of Grosse Pointe Further information may purchased from exchange "Prometheus" 0 v e r t u r e Woods Presbyterian Church be obtained by calling the club members Advance res- 'Brahms's Symphony No2 r This selfhelp group's pur area office of the American ervations may be made by and t'he' Mendelssohn Violin pose s to bring together per Cancer Society at Cottage calling before Jan- Concerto performed by Kath r PAPERWHTES 3fo$1reg 42'ea No core needed L e easy to grow J sons who are experiencing Hospital uary 31 leen Winkler FRESH CUT per bunch Last Days Of The Sale Hurry! Lamps 20% tu Just arrived at Peck &: Peck Kercheval DASES - $149 5('f off Christmas merchandise 50% off various other cruise and spring wear by Austin Hill Liz Clai- tems discontinued styles and oneofaklnd 20% to 50% borne Gordon of Philadelphia Tannerway Evan L With Coupon - Expires 1/31 off at Wright's Glf & Lamp Shop Mack Avenue next Picone and Prestige Don't miss our 'h off and more to the Grosse Pointe Pst Oflce sale on winter merchande New Metro Towers '' top de: ' Jon Helen Huber' cooking classes "Winter Brunches emon All Fl orlst W E lgn and features Electromc check _:" i; and Lunches" at the Po!nte Pedlar on Fisher Road begin 109 a entra!!ce to al?artment sound-! i' :!; " nlng February 1 from 9:30 to 11:30 am CU 8%28110 to proofmg flre-proofmg and meny '" register' ' on a!'l: modern and electronic items AU for your security rren " and health Highrise apartments overlookin Lake St Clair Rents start at $ "Moonstruck Madness" the new romantic C' East Warr TU ' Evenings B Located at novel by Laurie McBain (author of "Devil's De-: " E : Crocker between J 'fferson and Metropolitan park- sire") is in and available at Grosse Pointe Book Open vnings hi 7 pm o&:6 dll way Village Kercheval in-the-village " M:; e Of; f t U1ms 7 5tdJesfss&S?? 27'2 7' )7 ' 7? --- '--3? 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