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By Jim Stickford
Monday, Feb. 23
The Gross\:' Pomte Park
City CounCil meets at 7 p m
In the Park
clt) hall, 15115
E Jefferson
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The Grosse Po.nte Wood ...
('Ity Couacil meets at ';' 30
P m In Wood., Clt.r hall.
20025 Mack Plaza
The Grosse POInte Farms
City CounCil meets at 7 30
p m In Farms Clt) f,dll, 90
Kerby.koaa
Feb. 25
Dr Suzanne Klem. super-I
,ntendent
of the Grosse
POInte
puLh\. ~l..huul ::oy;:.t,~JU,
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a forum tltled
"What Does the Future Hold
for
the
Grosse
Poh1te
Schools?"
The forum
IS
10
Grosse
Pomte South High School,
Room 166, and begms at 7 30
pm It IS free of charge and
. IS sponsored by Lillo' A..}Jh,,'
Mu chapter of Delta Kappa
Gamma,
m mternatlOnal
honora!)
SOCIety of ....omen
(>du(,'1tor~
Representatn,es
from the
stat.e and federalleglslatures
WIll be an hand to dISCUSS
1 ho", stat.e and federal Initiatlves
WIll affect
Grosse
Pomt.e schools
Henry Ford Health Systelu
aJ1nounted
last week that
.Josephme
Ford of Grosse
Pomte has donated $10 mllhon to Ib cancer center
In retogmbon of Ford's gen.
erous
contnbutJOn.
Henn
Ford offiCIals also announced
that the cancel center ha"
been renamed the Jo,cpnme
Ford Cancer Center
The donat:on "'as made 1'1
merT'nrv of her late hu<;band
Walter B Ford II. who was
tr('ated for pancreatic ('ancer
In tht. earh
1990s at Henn
Ford Hospital Mr'- Ford als~
1'< a former hoard of tru"tt>e
member
of H('nn
Furd
H<'l'!Pltal
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!n makmg the announcement. her son Buhl Ford "ald
-OUf famIly has al ... <I)' had
a great Interest In perrttuatmg thE>hIgh qU<lht:\omedIcal
care that IS routln~h pro\ Ided here. ever s.nce mv great
grandfather.
!-lenr)
FOI d,
founded Hen!)' Ford HospItal
10 1915 "
The donaLon IS bemg gl\ er.
10 t ....
0 mcreml'nts
\\ nh the
total ::>1'..1 mIllIOn expected to
be reached y"thm five;> ears
The mone\ v.IlI be used for
expanding
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mteldlSclphnan chmc on the Henry Ford
HospItal campus
con~tructmg a hIgh technology cancer
('(Inference faClhty, usmg state
of the art ''ldeoconfereocmg
to spee<l tonnectlOr.s between
ph) SIClans at the reg-anal
SIteS
and
Hent')
Ford
HospItal campus. creatmg a
canCEl
prevention
and
research educahon umt. and
Jmplewf'ntmg
a broad-scale
commum t~ pducatJOn
program aImed :It early detectIOn
of brea",t prostate colon and
cprvlcal (anCEI
"Mn, Fora'< generous gyfl:
enhance::. the ~,ster •• s cancer
program,
Impro\ mg patIent
ca~e and assI"tmg With the
...\ "tem::, effort. to ad\'l.lnll'
pre\entlOn and treatment
of
th" dl.l' ......(.
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Warden. pre.ldent
and chief
t'xecutn e anie'er of Henrv
Ford Health S)stem
'""'ThH:> gent'"1 ul1tt glft dUOW:.
the Josephm'"
Ford Cancer
Center to take suo"tanhal
steps forv.ard m maklOg It a
nationally leadmg cancer care
and pre; entlOn program,"
The Jo"ephme Ford Cancer
Center already IS one of th"
largest
In
"outheast
Michigan More tha" 15 percent of all J)E'rsons m southeast ~llchlgan dIagnosed With
cancer are treated at the center, and more than 3.000
newly
diagnosed
cancer
patients each year go there
II' addl'HJn the .Tosephmc
Ford Cancer Center IS currentl~ 1il\C'l\(,d m more than
160 tancer <tu,he' Iflcludmg
the u«' of 'ulnde gene therapy f(,~ brea,t
prostate ana
bram cancer
RenT;
Furd
HospItal IS the only locatIOn
In ~J,chlgan
appTllved b' the
leder:J.1 go, erument
to u,c
monocloncl.l antIbodies to fight
carJre~ according to a compa1'1'.
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Rur,1 Ford read 11 .tatement
fOJ hlS 'nother J.nnountlTlg
th l dom: T \)n
\\ e rh se to '<upport Henry
r ord " lar.ct'r
program
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r ;mcer h.ls affected uur !l\ es
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'Th,s gift I" In effect, C
tLdnh ,(Ill fur tli" uubldl.Jll1g
health tare that our faI"uh
ha" recel\ ed here
It also
serves to contmue the legacy
begun by lrJ) grandfather
~It v. a'< here at Hen!) Ford
Hosplt.al that my husband,
Wally, v. as treated for pancreatic cancer The hIghly personallzed. care he recel\ eo, I
beheve, made hiS final vecl.rs
more comfortable
I'd like to
extend a speCIal thanks to
Wallj ',; per"onal
phYSICian,
See FORD, page 2A
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flu is to get a flu
shot, "
Dr. Don Bignotti
Bon St'cours Hospital
WIll get It ThiS flu seenlS to be
maklflg the rounds ~
Blgnottl
sald that
\\-hile
eve!) \"nter bnng,; a r<'und of
fl:J thiS year It seems "orse
than 10 the last couple of Win
ters HI' suspect" that the rela.
tl\ ely \\ arnt weather IS plajTln!!
a role
~When It s realJ; cold p€'ople
stay
hon- e - Blgnottl
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"The, don t \\ ant to go to tht
mall or to th~ mo; Ie" But \\ \' h
thIS warmer '" ll1t"r \\ eatheJ
people .-Ire gettmg out -r.o',
....hlch means that thl'\ ha\l:'
more
(hdnCeS
of getting
exposed
"Aj"" I thlllk thl' 't"a'l'
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lIttle more .3g;;re;;~l\ ethan
strams ;;een m the pa"t fe\\
....'1nters Blgnottl saId tnat If you get
the flu yOU "huuld take Cdle of
)()ur!'elf Dnnk plent) offlUlds
If )OU ha\e
a perslsttnt
cough that Dnngs up dIscolored
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saId Blgnottl
That nllght be a Sign of pneumonIa
The mam symptoms '...111 last
for three or four days Blguottl
saId You WIll fel'l ,ery bad The
cough WIll stay \\'1th ) ou for
one or t",o \\ eeks
Tne r:u na;; a.IlectcG. peuple
all
agE'
categorH's.
saId
Blgnottl But older people are
more vulnerable becau'Se the\
tend to get SIcker and tend t~
za
feel the effects of the flu more
"The best .....ay to mOld get
than younger pE'ople
tmg the flu IS to get a flu shot"
The \\ orst seems to be 0\ er
s,i1d B.gnottl
But If )OU
ha;en't
got one. then )OU BlgnOtll sald But that doesn t
mean that flu cycle IS fimshed
should
take
some common
sense precautlons I1ke aVOIdmg
Those \\ho haven't been Sick
those who have the flu Wash should stlll take \\ hat precauyour hands
If .r0u come mto tIOns that they can Those \\ ho
contact wlth someone \\ ho has come do\\-n With the flu should
the flu. then chance" are yOU not take It llghtly• he sald
flu cycle, was more than 96
percent full, whIch IS hIgher
than average We were accept109 all patIents. but ....e \\ere
also trymg to reroute some of
our non-cntlcal
Cdre cardIac
patient!' to other medIca] fadlties No one ""as t-.lrned a\\ay"
Dl Dun Blgnolt.
of Bon
Secours
said flu s:'mptoms
Include a cough, fatIgue. fe"er
and aches It 15 type A mfluen-
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The recent outbreak of the
III metro Detr01t has 1. t resIdents hard and local hospItals
harder
Jan Du';t.er, spokesperson for
HE'nry Ford Cottage HOSPital,
SaId that staffers have felt the
effect of the flu on patients
","r~'ve pnrcaril).
been SCCLYJg
pediatrIC
patJents.~
saId
Duster
"AU of our hospitals
ha'"e been filled to capaCIty m
the pa"t fe\\ days and ....1' ha,e
been
\\ 3,tmg
for beds to
become
3; allable
\\'e "..ere
clnsed
to
acceptIng
ne\\
patIents
requmng
bl'ds four
out of the five da,'s of the week
of Feb 9-13 ~cause
of the
ll1.lmb€r of flu patients ~
Kdth) Roberts of the Gros'e
Pomte ""hoo! ",stem saId that
th!' nu.l'her of ab"encb In the
Sy ~tem s eleml'ntan
schools
has been hIgher tha~ a; eragl
But the numbel s ha\!> not
reathed
the le\'~1 ~et b. the
state liS a cn~b. l( \ e1 she
said
Dustpr ~'11d that th, emer
genc,) rO<lm dodor" have bPen
,;eemg an unusual
('umbel of
upper respIratory
H1fectlOn~
Ths can dc. clop mlo '.\ alkmg
pneumoma If the Sick pprson IS
not carefuL s~e \~amed
8t John <;pokesma.. ~hke
Kalns
saJd that the worst
set>ms to be 0\ er
"The number of flu pat.ents
we are seemg seems to ha;e
peakea," said Karns ~The has-
flu
Cancer center at Henry Ford
receives $10 million donation
Thil Fnends of the Grosse
Pomte
War Memonal
IS
holdmg Its annual Taste of
the Hops from 6 30-9 p m
Fans ofbr(>wed lIbatIOns ""Ill
have the chance to ta~t€' the
best of DetrOit
TIcket'; are $30 Call (.'313 I
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Thursday,
Staff Wntt::H
Josephine "Dody" Ford, center. glances at her family as Henry Ford Health System CEO 'Gall Warden, left, IIDd ber SOD, Dubl Ford. UDveUthe logo f9r the neWly
renamed Josephine Ford cancer Center. following her $10 million dOllation to the
cancer center.
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The
Gros~e
Pomte
Hlstoncal Soclet) IS hoJdmg
a lecture
by Arthur
M
Woodford at i 30 pm In the
Grosse
Pnmte
War
Memonal
The lecture "..111 explore
the sou[('.es and research
behind the t ....o-voJume set
"Tonnancour, Llfe In Grosse
Pomt.e and Along the Shores
of Lake St ClaIr ~AdmiSSIon
IS free ('all (313) 884-7010
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Pointe hospitals
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of it At her home on Buckicg1J.am in the Park, she tap~d the tree herself, and the
ct.il.1ren and their father, Eric. have enjoyed 1 1/2 quarts of maple syrup so far on
their pancllkes Robin says real maple "YTUPis lighter and dearer than the store.,..J"t..
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Grosse Pointe News
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• Tht. Gru"se Fro '1Le Hono~
Roll A'"oclatluT! hOPb to navf'
merrlOr'al
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ha- recelvf'cl notI!icallOn that
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tor ehglblllty
under
tnI' :\ dtlOnal
Flood.
In.,ul ance ProgJ dP1 na" !)ten
appru\l:.d
Effectl\ t' Feb
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Gross" POinte North's
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that,) .; ....1' lllg permit" "'ere
I""ued dunng calendar )ear
19-17 'fh 1" constItutes
a real..
bLlIldmg boom
only ex teedI'd
m 1939 1940 and 1941 \"hen
718, 755 and 831 pern'llts '" ere
l"sued resP"'Ctlv",ly The major
t\ dthe actmh I~ a contH:ua.
'l".l of the trend
\I. hleh start<"j
With tl-,e resumption
of home
bulldlllg 1Il 1935 foiloYtlOg th",
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Icy streets and a reckless driver who almost sideewiped them are blamed by the
occupants of this car fol' what happened on Jeffenon and Park Lane at 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday. A Detroit man drlviDg and his passenger were both hurt. They were
taken to Bon 5ecours HO$pitaJ for tRatmcnt. It WIi.5 feared the driver might have
suffered a fractured naB. The passenger, who suffered cuts 00 his face. said the
driver S1VerVed to miss being sideswiped by another car ll1so heading west on Jeffenoa and went into a skid that ended against a tree. (Grosse Pc.inte News il'eb. 19.
1948; photo by Fred RWU1clIs.)
Ford
other cancer center team memo
bers VIho a"slskL! w hi" U1re
"Today, With thiS donation I
would hke to agaw express my
gratitude
"The Ford famIly remalDS
co1llIIl.ltted to Improvmg the
future for all those who choose
Henry Ford Health System fcr
their medica! care
"We knoVi that the Important
rese~h
anci prevention programs
under
way here at
Henry Ford are second to none
Our VI'lIOn IS that thIS gift Wlll
help reduce the mCldence of
cancer and weaken lts devas.
- tatmg Impact on all cancer
patJent~ and their famllies
"I belIeve my husband would
be so proud If he could be here
wday"
$650,000
pnses 9
Lakeshore
by Horace
U
Rose Ten-ace COffi2 acres at 12
It was constructed
Dodge In 1934 for
V"t
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pu.Lul..
""iel\ dep:lI ~ment
OffiCials
~ald 98 percent of all r"tall
frdud In the F drm" otcurred at
the
rdall stor",s at :\lack and
:\lor<ss
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1970 at the age of 103
$4 rmlhon
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ward m creatmg a leadmg cancer care and preventIOn program. The money will go toward:
• Regional Chnic Enhancement:
Finalizmg the development of breast and prostate interdisCIplinary c1uucs In it.s J)Qwnriver, West Bloomfie!d ~d Maromb Cuwlty regional cancer faclhties. SItes for r.ancer care are being enhanced in all three clime settings, wluch allows patients
to receive cancer care near where they hve. Patient educal10n and exanuning areas are being
reconfigured
to pro\,de easy access to treatment
8re>lS, such
as radtatt.on services and
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Program
ConsohdatlOn:
Ford HospItal campus Space
Buildm~
a state of the art, interdisciplinary
dedicated for generously SlZed examming rooms that also
family, patient educat.lon areas and rooms dedicated to disc"dssing pn-
accommodate a patient's
vate matters such as counbeling, c1Wlcal trials and social support needs
• Advanced Technology BuildIng a high techno:logy caucer conference facility, using state of
the art "ideoconferem.mg
to speed connections between physiCians at the regional sites and
Henry Ford HospItal campus. This fosu-rs a team approach m whlch physicians from a range of
speCIaltIes located at dIlferent Sltes can Slmulta.l1t!ousl} review test results and discuss a
patient's
cartl
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15 being
togt!ther
• Research Development" Estabhshmg a cancer prevention and research education
unit,
which ill ...olves the recruItment
of additional
nat'ioI1alfy recognizl"d cancer prevention
researchers ill the areas of nutnt.lon, tobaccu control and early cancer detection
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• Gros!,e PomtR South High
SchOOl students
Josh Moore
and Raty Thompson attended
5 years ago this week
Bill Clmton's w8ugUlathJll as
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Grosse
Pomte
sctl<.ol
the 42nd prebldent of the
admmlstrawn,
are trymg to L'mted States
The) were
figure out how they WIll mcar. among 350 high schoo!ers from
porate a recently enacted law around the country selected to
whIch requires
obtammg fin- participate
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25 years ago this week gerpnnts of all new hires for P.esldentlal Classroom pro.
• A petltlOn W8$ filed In the purpose of runmng a cnm- gram
Wayne County Probate Court mal history check No one IS
- Shlrley.4 McSharu:
the hackground
on Feb 16 bv the executors of opposed
the estatE> of the late Anna
Thomson Dodge, for the salt" of
her mansion
and estate
Rose Terrace - to Supenor
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The $10 lll.LlhongUt allows the Josephine Ford Cancer Center to take substantial steps for-
Dr. Jae Ho KJm, as well as the
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The Grossl' Pomte Farms
CIty C"uncl! gr ..~
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a~.cn.. to Tt'.e
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to con1
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struc~
homes on the b 5.aere
HIgbie Estate 10 Grossl- Pt:mle
Farms
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Result of a bad combination
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tht: <0 d'":' tl"W lag will d,srurt
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ourgJane,
rmd rublwne", was
do'" n In 199.2 ill Grosse Pomte
Farms, aru.Jrdmg to thp ann.lal
loid car, boat, motorcycle, motorl
of,
borne or camper to Volunteers
IAmerica.
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easy. Gills quahf) as tax deduct!.
Ihle rontrillutlODS for those whol
itemize. RecriPl~ issued.
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\olunteer.. of Amenca has be-eD."
5enring
southeast
Mu:lugan's
lneed) SInCe 18%. Fund~denvedl
from your \ehicle can house 3
homeless mother and her children
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Ihe n(jllt not 1'1accept an
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advcmscr <; o'der G'osse POIn1e
News adverliSlrc, rppre,entat"es
h~v" no -'l JlhO'I'v to n n,i !nl~
nE>wsoaper :\"" on y pub Ical,on of ~
M adv()r'r<e Ie'll ,nail con511lu'e
final arCCr12l1cc of the ad. e>1l::.er
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Re~ponsrOlhty 'or display aM
claSSified advert IS "9 errOr s
hmrted to elthe, cancellation o'lhe
charge tor or ? re run 0' 'tH~
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Carpeting
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21435 Mack Ave.
between 8 & 9 Mile
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Grosse 'Pointe News
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II on call1paign
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f.Inance re f orm
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By Amy Andreou
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GrO"L Po,nte ha, th<: poten
tla! to be {Jne of lre leaomg
areas In :\h, hlf<ln to ..nerglZte d
bal!ut '''lltI3t,\ e on campaIgn
finan~l
rej(JJ'm ,0 that thp
hsue l,trJ become d propm,al on
th€. .:-\o\"ml:>er 1'198 ballot
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ampmgn finance rl:fr:)Jn!
V.nl1e tht r r-- lJ1lP If \\:(.l'Y'lcr.
\'oter~ ha" br()u~ht tv pubhL
3ttl..ntlO'1 a numb('l of b"ue,
rar>gmg fra'lJ P 'lIutlO:l 0' Lake
8t ClaIr to campd1gn finance
rtform the mo"t f mdamenta:
fOlus 0' the Lt.agu( (at local,
state and federal-Ie\eb;
IS to
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VA
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\,Ult!
ULt".l.e:.'>l., l\J.:.u .... ~.
Leagup 01 "\omen Voters IS edge ana turnout
ho~tIng J program - that IS
-\1af')- clt'zen& have the perfree 3'ld upln to the pul:lhc ceptlOl1 that candldatls
dre
for area re"ldents to find out hea~l!y mfluenced by financIal
more olbout the Issue of cam- ba~kers and specHl.l mterest
palgn finance reform - a tOpIC groups,~ :-'<lcho1son said "The
that ha" Igmted at the federal
mure a voter feeb thIS v. dy, the
le'vel as \\ ell as at the state
less likely he 1S to \ ate or take
level
an. Interest In 0(>llt1('A1 '~suPs"
The r-rogram Wlll be Monday,
NatIOnally, the League IS
Feb. 2.3 at 730 pm ill the supportmg an lllcremental pro.
lounge of the Grosse Pomte
gram of I efonn, partially de\elUll1ted Church, which IS locat- oped
by
the
Amencan
ed at 240 Chalfonte, at the cor- Enterpn~e InstItute for Pubhc
The Grosse Pointe Woods Beautiflcation Advisory Commission reeenUy elected
ner of Lothrop,
m Grosse
Pohc~ Research
its omcers for 1998. StaIldiDg, from left. are Jacki Rumpp - chairperson. Heather
Pomte Fanns
It -contams, pnmarI1~, five
Slmmet. Carol sauter. June<! Kedlch - treasurer. Bonn!e Fleming. Michael
Speakmg at the meetmg W111 Ideas that League members
Kim Sorget - vice chairperson. Angelo DiClemente. Kathleen eroWD" Marge ~
be Pat Donath, government
say would close substantIal
ley - reconUng secretary and Aaron Drucker.
director
for the League of loopholes
seated. from left. are CAtherine White. Frederick Orth and Janette Duster. Not
Women Voters ot MIchigan
1) End
Soft
Money
pictured are Mary Beth Nlchol8on • corresponding secretary and councU repre&e1'lSpeclflcally, she plans to dls- Currently"
contnbutlOns
to
tative Thomas Fahrner.
cuss
currl'nt
pi oposals
to candidates are stnctly hmlted
change the financmg of cam. to mdIVlduals and registered
palgns for candIdates for the polrtlcal commIttee .. contnbut.
MIchIgan Leglslature.
mg a relative I)' small amount
Grosse Pomte Farms reSI of monev (thIS IS defined as
dentAIUl NIcholson, Vlce presl- hard mo"ney) Howeve-r, corpodent of programmlOg for the ratIons, uruons and others may
Grosse
Pomte
League
of make unllTIuted contnbutlOn';
Women
Voters,
saId,
"Many
Clt.
w partie, (thIS is defined as
"What does the future hold ator's efforts W1th regard to
The Alpha Mu chapter
IS
Izens feel that pohhcal cam. soft mone))
for the Grosse Pomte Schools?" technology and educatIOn
comprised
of educators
who pmgns last too long l"nd cost
2)
Close
the
Issue
W111be the toPiC of a forum that
All mterested
commumty
eIther bve or work to Grosse
too
much,
that
'speCial
IIltl'rAdvocacy
Loophole.
In
the
W11lfeature Dr Suzanne Klem, members
are
welcome
to Pomte "'''lull' the forum IS free,
ests' have too much mfluence,
last electlOn, millions of dollars
supenntendent
of the Grosse attend.
tax deductIble donatIons to the and that good people can't ""in were spent on campaign ads
Pnmtp P,Jbhc &hool System,
The fayum Will be held on schc-l..lr-st-.upf-w~d (Delta Kappa
Ms DonRth Wlll explam refonn
masqueradtng
as Issue ads To
State Rep Andrew
Richner,
Thursday.
Feb 26 and Will Gamma Alpha Mu) WIll be
efforts
from
WIthIn
the close th~ loophole, the t""o
and Charles Wtlbur from D.S begin at 7 30 p m. 10 room 166 accepted
Legislature,
and also work should
be clearly
dl<;tmSen Carl Lc:m's staff
of Grosse POlDte South HIgh
bemg
done
on
a
ballot
lmtlagl.tIshed
For
example,
any
ad
Klem W11laddress local per. School
A teacher shortage IS project- bve to plan alternatIVe fundmg
With a candIdate's name or piC
SpectlVe-S
and
concerns,
ed for the Umted States W1thin
for candidates who agree not to ture that IS run wlL~m 90 davs
RIchner WIll thscuss what IS
The event IS free of charge
the next decade Part of Delta
of an electIOn could be spe~Ified
gomg on at the state level and and IS bemg sponsored by the Kappa Gamma's rrusslon IS to accept pnvate contnbutlOns ~
Nicholson saId the League 15 as a polItical ad
how It affects Grosse Pointe, Alpha Mu chapter
of Df'ltd. encourage young women seekan actl>e partICIpant In both
and WIlbur W111share some of Kappa Gamma,
an mterna.
mg to become educators and it Washmgton,
DC"
and
LeVIn's per<;pectIvE.s from the tIOnal honora~:'
socIety
of awards <;cholarshlps to deservLanSing regardmg the Issue of
federal level. mcludmg the sen- women educators
mg reCipIents
Woods Beautifcation
officers elected
zon.
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Feb. 26 forum to discuss future
of education in Grosse Pointe
By Jim Stickford
It Just needs some fine tunmg, but a pollcy settmg Dew
sewer !'or!.st~..l~t!~~ st~"1d:l~$
along Vermer should be forthcommg tram the Vrosse Pomte
Woods City CounCIl
The
counCIl,
last
July,
banned new construction alorg
Vernier fOT SlX months
1'he
moratonum
expIred at the end
of January,
but the counCIl
renewed It for two months so
that
councIl members
could
reVle"" sewer capacity
along
Vemler made by the City'S engIneeTS
"We're gomg to be meetmg
W1th our engmeers to go over
theIr study," saId Woods Mayor
Robert NO\'1tke, "The Vemler
sewer hnes are standard
10year
capacity
hnes
That
means they can handle storm
water from what the ""eather
bureau calls a lO-year storm ~
A lO-year stonn IS of such
mtensltv, saId NO\'1tke, that 1t
happen~,
on average,
once
every 10 years
Most sev.el
sy!>tems In the country are
bllllt to handle lO-ypl'lr stonns
But more development
on
VemH'r means less land to
soaK up stonn water, ~~ovltke
saId Also, more water enter<; a
system dur~ng a storm So a
system that IS at capacIty
.....vu..ld ~JityC u..r.vrc: flJ0dlng \\ lth
more development
When a system such as the
one the Woods ha<; IS m,erwhelmed, the water has to go
somewhere
In many cases.
that me,inS mto ha<;ements
nOOKea up to the ~ystem
"We have a number of lot&
that W111Drobahly be <;phi and
dpvelojX'd (Ner thl' next few
ycars,~ NO'vltke saId "BeforeWf' can allow that,
we nepd to
kno.... v"hat the <;yStl:.ffi con
handle
That'c why w~ «'ID.
m1ssH,ned ou, f'ngmcer<, to GO
a <;tud.r of the <;I'v;pr system
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Fortunately,
th( cIty dId
som(' sewer pip!. (1 ()' s(Jvcrs
~f'yel a1 yf'ar age So If thE'
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3) Strengthen
the Federal
Electi:}n
COil ..m"''''~lUU
.\It'Jough
c(Jrnpldl:lttv the
f EC !Dcn d'UJ
I l"t
;, Celr
('of'gTe~.., d1d nOI ,n~r, ose thEFEC ~ budbc t t) 1m e,tlgate
Dbcio"un
dnd enforcement
t\Job 'Iced ~trengthenmg
and
the
FEC
structure
needs
:::tdt: .11JUJlIUlg
4) PrOVide Free TV Time
for Ff'deral
Candidates.
The
smgle largest reason for "oar
mg campaign co"ts IS the hIgh
cost of TV Broadcdsters,
by
vIrtue of the 1Jcenses they
recel\,e at no co~t, have a pubhe
mteI est
obhga tlOn to
'rnnrnyp n01,tW'l1 rJ cen"r"G
p;.~vide
a T~~C;edit
for
Small Contributions
from
Individuals"
Small
mdlv'dual
contnbutlOns
the
most dlsmterested
"Duree
a,e
shnnkmg
A tax credIt \\ ould
encourage more contTlbu.tlOns
Donath explamed the background leadmg up to a dnve to
get
a
proposal
on
the
Kovember
1998 oallot
III
!l-hcbgan
"Two year"
ago <;€'\erill
~llcJ;lgan
League
members
partIcIpated
In
an all-day
meetmg In Lan~mg on cam
palgn finance refo:-m \vlth peapie from a number of other
organizations
The conclUSIOn
reached at that meetmg was
that more mfonnatlOn
about
\\ ho \~as contnoutll1g what to
whom needed to be dI5semmated In order to move campalg!'
iin,Flce reform to the front
burnpr of people's aUentlO'1 At
that ttme
I a group
tItled)
Cltlzen ActIOn had a grant to
gather the tnformahon
from
the :Vhch1gan campalgn finance
fiimgs for the 1992 and 1994
elpctIon C) ell'S and prnduce a
report
But that repol t has
ne\'er been reled,ed ~
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Soup or Sa'ad
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Ma,'kAle
Pasta
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Mussels or Sole
I TLES WED. THuP~ O"ll\
CoHee
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Woods readies new
sewer standards
for Vernier projects
Staff Wnter
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VernIer sewer hne 1'5 at capacIty, some of the stonn water
can crossover to another Ime
m the CIty that takes care of
the Lc~h~cc;
C!~b, !,T~•.~t!~c
saId
Eecause
so much ot the
club's property IS open land,
storm water
IS soaked
up.
mstead of sent mto the sev.er
system, so the Lochmoor line
usually has capaCIty to spare"
saln NOV1tke
"We will probably reqUIre
some sort of on-SIte retentIOn
system for new devn]opme"t
along Vernler,~ NOVItke saId
"That means new homes Wlll
have to have some way to
retam
"t".-n'\
Wf'ltPT d","1Tlg
very heavy storms That usually IS some sort of large pIpe
s)-stem that can store large
amounts of stonn water temporarily"
The council W1lJ also revJew
""hether to require local buSl'
nessI's to dIsconnect from the
city storm sewpr system
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REDUCE YOUR
REMODELING RISKS
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ConrraCTorscome and gal
Mmt oprf(ym m nromlsed'
bur many do not thiS can
leave you With unexpecred
delays uncompleted worl~
80d add,tlona! expe'lses
ChOOSingthe right company to complete your proJect successfully may be rhe
rT'ostdifficult deCISionyou
may face We urge you to do your romework ono
Investigate the companies you ore conSidering We
thlnl~your research will lead yOu ro usl
Llste,l ro whot Vince and Sally Gloccobe of
Woshlngton Townsh'l) had TO soy
. ~\ec.\on ~aCqUet
We reseo'c,"ed several rome Impreve nenr CO'T1QO" es W~e" we
knev. v.e would be re"ovo"n9
a 0ew, pcI(crased aide' home
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~u c" e ut:'.:J ~.,.tl;:ll I'VP:' "TIe'r ,~o"1"ce VI~ ('is e05) (OJQ'i
ffleno'y wcy and crearlVe IdE'OS We fau0d ~offc,,? 5 o~en'lon 0
deroll ofid creor,V/f"y "'05 bee' 'I eXl..el en! The .....
c rk ,re~"5 were
fre'1dly IJelpfu' ond c'eon
lVe hove hoC! rove 'ev,e,v~ f-om our 'orrl' > "r>d ,-,e(lo> on
bE'Ovllful o('d exren5Ive Imo'overren'S or>d monges '0 our" Jne
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'0 \ ')J re-nodellng
~-Ic(eSS S'0f: '"l '0' 'yO~ free ODO~ er on
"nOI you neec a <' 0" wr-e' ::0, 09 0 "E'w I<lfcke!1
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Tours of the Club
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February 19, 1998
Grosse "'omte News
Life's work offers Woods \voman challenge, fulfillment
5,' Jml Stlckford
hefO! I' treatment \' "v'lb"ht '
Rt'l'a,('
\I ~"\
attpnrled
'3t
For Grosse P0lntP Woods rbBndgeh and S' Flnllan" '11
IdeDt B..ll oal d HUl3.l<2 the bt'~! D"t'OIt
got hel Jub \\j.h
thlllb" III iJfe ha\ c' ,'lm<' to tlel 1-' I .\1 b. II1 hlgll "CJ10ol 1he UJ 10 ULIQlerl, tnrec u! I'll
\\ hf'!' ";1<' ,\ a"n t loo ....mg
n,ntlt Lmld 01 a t,1mll\ ot 10 old;>r S,,,tll,, \\ 1'1I' alread, marRuball' 46 I:, d,reetol ,.f the hel older "I~tel ~lal ~ Ellen rIed a'1d had kId" of thnr 0,1 n
Lepro", Hehef Dep",rtnwnt
'h
\I t>t'n I \\,1'
bor!!
Sdld
Ru II lie
Barum held "Job \\ltl1 }'l ;\1 E
well a" "pc ('ldl e\ enb COOldma- ilIld "h,le RubaJe Yoa, attlf'd
BpL.lu"e 8t Flnnall..,
\\.1' tal
tor
for
P I ~1 E
or
the Il.g high
lw ,I at So FloIldIl'
II urn :n\
parent,
hou""
I
PontlfiLalln"tIlule
tor FcrelgTl her sl~ter got Rubale J. lob ,1' a rnu\!:d 10 \\lth 01) .lunt Hdl''1
\\ hll In ed near
the school So
~il""lOnan ..."
t" pl"t \\ Ith the group
T~dt
~::-'1)Job "to 1dl"e mom' for \\ <I" 10 1970
dUI mg hIgh "dlOOI I ll\,ed \\ 1Ih
the mISSion,
leper colome"
. W1>!Ie I tamt' from .1 farutl)
ill) aunt
ar.d m., "h1er rc.l,ll Y
Staff'v\inter
'L
.:trnl1n.4
th,...
,,('\ ....lri...
.:' ....~.:l
n '\ ho \\ as L~ ) ear, older
I lId' ..,
Rub ..ne '<lId that she'd n('V('r
wUIl i h() jOb bonng
It" been
11,I "'pt" l"nC( th,.t Yo hen mo"t
pl"plt
go through
11 career
(hang
n.::; bp('uu.:;e they are
l'l,l'l'"d (ut hUIl1 thell lun ent
Job \\ nL 1\ her '-l&ter dIed,
R"ball'
I, ",- nfft red ht'l JUl! ..HId
r~jjl
th
1'1
p
Rubale "\\ e hd\ l' 13 mo"t of
them In Indl .., Tht nwne\ goe"
to\\ ard med., lILe and th ...hospitals Yo e ooeratl' The p;'hlem \\ Ith lepros) m
the third \\ orld Ruball' saId. IS
1'ot that
the disease,
also
known as Hansen's
dI"ease,
can't hI' clIrpd
It cap But
rather the stigma the disease
shll cames In mam underdeveloped countnes
h"mders her
\\ork
"Lepro,,\ IS a form of tuherCUIOS1S,- Rubale ell.plams "It
attacks
the nen e ",stem
whIch causes the deformlt)
WIth proper medIcal treatment
It can be arrested
But tht:: stIgma I" so strong, often Yo hen It IS
known that someon£' has the
dIsease, e"eryone shunshllIl or
her, Includmg famll) As a result,
Rubale said.
many people \\ ho reahze that
thel! have the disease don't
seek the treatment
because
they are afraId of the SOCIal
Photo by Jim Stlokfo-d
consequences
P.I.M.E. headquarters, near the main campus of U-D Mercy in Detroit, is home to a
"We can cure leprosy." "aId
large collection of art from around the world brought to the office by priests and other
Rubal!' "But '\1' can't undo the
missionaries who have worked at P.I.M.E.'s 13 leper colonies. Barbara ROOaie shows off
damag-!' done by the disease &Om~art brought over from Asia.
,he acc('p'ed It
lmpn"sed r{uba'c during the
"W( n a "md!! IIIb<1l.tzatlOn,
wL!I blup
pha"" of her rt:ldtlOn'',In onl\
12 l'lnplo)~(",' ,,/lIP \\ lth her hu"brmd wa;,
With hf'r
Rubdle "aId 'But "e Iret VI,I- h(m he mteratted
aunt Helen
tur" from <ill 0\ Cl the \\orld
The plle"t, ..md nun, \\ ho v. ork
She pad -\I?bi!,mcr's dunng
1'1 thE. 1l11"lOn~
h.'\L' becom..,
fhe Ja~t le\\ \tor::. of her Lfe,"
m, \ en good b lend" The "too Rub,lIe "'ald "Samlf was I eally
liP' the.., tell ,In: \c!\ !ntHe"tgredt \\ lth her He \\ ould feed
11l« I can t ".1\ tll1 t 1 \ (' made a ~er [jnd help out
!c.t of mon", aomg Lhl" Jub
:YJ.lD'y
people. mcluamg ::.ome
People Who do thr., don't But of the pne"ts "he know;, have
the lel'.ard, \OU reap In Jour questIOned
v.hethu
a couple
hpart are great'
\\ Ith their dlfference~
could
t\,HJdIC a/-.o work~ part-tlme
h-l\ e a marnage
nubme said
at Jacobson,
III thE' V,Jlage
But by respectmg eacL other s
"1\ e bf'en smgle mo"t (,f my dlffel'€'llces, the.> made It work
life said Rubm€ "I \I n" 111 my
":VIv husband
get~ along
40s and dldn t e>.pect to get g1 €'at With the priests"
Sdld
marrled But a fnend a"ked to Rubale "He was educated by
,ee a fnend of a fnend III Ann J e;;ul ts In Iraq, V\ here he's
Arbor I was takmg care of my from "
aunt, Helen Barum, \\ ho had
The cQuple recently attended
Alzheimer sand
mv hIe was a meetmg In Ann Arbor, where
vel) full"
BIshop
Gumbletl]rJ
talked
But much to Rubaw s sur- about IT S polley m Iraq
pnse, she and her bhnd date
Samlr hit It off That \\as In
"Gvd has been good to mt'
1992 and they ve bee'1 together
wnenevt"r I thmk I have trousince then
bles, I get remmded of people
"It's funn'{ but m, husband
who have real problems,
.,
had been m"amed ~fore:
said Rubale saId ur"e had two peoRubale
"When the marnagE'
ple who meant the world to me
ended, he d£'clded he dIdn't dIe m my arm" After that I
want to be mamed agam, Here deCIded to make every day
we were, two people With no count and not to waste tIme. I
plan'> t.o gpt mamed
and ve h::lve a good hfe \\ncn I ;,ee
got marned
To top It off, he's a plC1ures of ,he p"u1'le whu
practICing Mushm and rm a recelVe help from the PI M E
practlcmg Cathohc "
hospItals I kIlow how lucky I
aID .,
One of the thmgs
that
prease join us for a
'BrUfa{ Prev1.ew
Surufay, .1t1arcfi 1, 1998
from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 'P.M.
Programs help low-income consumers help with phone bills
By the Federal
a Single phon£' Ime at the qual- hIe of pro\ Idmg those semces
whichever IS less),
I(vmg consumers'
prinCIpal
1.bll hmltatlOn mdudes
toll
place of reSidence
blocking, which prevents
the
• Deferred payments Wlth no
To quallfy for Lifeline
III
pla,ement of any long-dIstance
mtert"st on charges for startmg
rtate~ that prOVide state sup" calls, and toll control
whIch senICe
port, a consumf'r must meet limits the amount of long-dISLmk.L'p does not reduce or
the- certam cntena est<.bhshed
tance calls to a dollar amount
ehmmate
any
permlsslhle
by the state commiSSIOn
by the consumer
secunty depoSIts
Camers
provldmg
Llft"lme
The
LInk-Up
reductIOn
In states that do not pronde
may not collect
a SenrH'e appltes to a smgle telephone
state support, to be eligIble a depOSit 10 order to imtlate
Ime at the ehglble com,umer's
consumer must partICIpate In Llfellne serVice If the quahfy.
prmclpal place of !"e::'ldence
one
of
these
programs
mg 10\\-Income consumer volMedIcaid, food stamps
SOCial untanly elects toll blockmg
Consumer qualifications
for
Secunty Income, federal public
L.nk-Up are the same as for
housmg assistance "'I' the LowThe other program Lmk Up, Llfelme
Con",umers
should
Income
Homp
Energy
offers ehglble low-mcome con- che('k \\lih their state to see
A.sslstaTtce Program
sumers
what they quallfy for
All qualIfying consumer .. are
For more mformatlOn, wnte
ehgJ.ble fOl ..Ingle party seronce,
• A reductlon
In the
local the FCC Office of Pubhc
access to emergency
serVIces, telephone
company's
charges
Affairs,
Pubhc
Sen'lce
operator and directory
assIs- for startmg 8emce (the reduc- DIVISion, 1919 M Street NW,
tance and free toll hmltat!On
tion IS one-half cfthe telephon~
Room 254, Washington,
D lsemces, If the carner IS capa- company's
charge
or $30. 20554
Communications
Commission
Ther£' are two ~peclal program" aImed at assIstmg ehglble lOW-income consumers WIth
their telephone bIlls
One help!' consumers
\\Ith
telephone connectIOn fees and
the other \\,th monthly bills
The programs
are cdlied
"Llfelme" and "Lmk-Up" and
informatIOn ahout them can be
obtained from your local phone
company
3'1d state utilItIes
comnu"slon,
The LIfeline program
pro\'1des betv.een $3 50 and $7 per
month to assIst \\'1th monthly
charges
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am,lUnt
WIll vary
dependIng un deCISIons maul'
by the state commISSiOn, such
3S whether
to prOVIde sta1;P
Sl1pport
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sumers
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phone
versal
gram.
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Intra Price
FAT TUESDAY IS COMINCI~TOUFFER.S
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260L
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10 Minutes per one inch Of thickness at 4SOOfahrenhett
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$119
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88
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DOMAIN CHANDON
BRUT
BLANC DENOIR
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Library board
to face need
for exoansion
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T
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Gro""p
III
ha\ mg
are f(lnund.te
POlOtE:S
hbrary
t:'\.plam the hlgh quahtv of the SlX
PI 'pIt, v.ho ha\e \olunteered
to fill thO
\ "( ,niue, rIll thl' -.e\ en-member board
carn -0\ er memv.III !la \ e ..1 major pr;blem fating
,1" tht,
look toward the future -
H l'\\
bu"
1hUll
E'\::>T
J1l'l:d
tr)P
for
till
Ilt' .... and
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for ~xpan-.lOn
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of hll,hh
\ ,11Ul'd plOpHtH;>S "" 1t h fe\.\ quaht)
locallUllS Idle, tpe eventual
chOiCe of ....here,
\\ !H'I1 and ho\\ to expand
Will be chfficuIt
to mahe
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SIX
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<in excellent
pclbhc
"""t~m a f'::lrt that helps
of the volunteers
- regardJes:, of \\ hJch t\'> 0 .ire finall)
appomkd
-- are cdpable of handling
the board's contmumg resonslbllltles
as
Yo ell a", the future tash of dcqUlnng bpace
Wlllle the ld\\ dOe" not find berV1CE.'on
the t\\O bo,.trds lllwmpatlhh.,
both V,\1l
'itep do\\ n when theIr SUlteSSors dre
named belaubt' of the PO"'''lblht\ uf <.,ome
for e>..pans.on
futl!rt:
Four \olunteered d.'" applicants for the
;:;"",ro \ atancy
from Grosse POI:l.Le F dJTl'S
and t\\ 0 as applicant:, to fill thE' vacanc)
from Grosst' Pomte Woods
The vacaneles ....ere created when t"- 0
board memlJers - Fran Schunenberg of
the Farms and Vlckl Granger of the
Woods -- resIgned after thplr electIOns
last ~ovemb€r to theIr respectIve CIty
counelb
Both (If tile
m1:,sed, but
leplaced
by
regdrdless of
conflH.t
Grosse
of mtere;;t
-
retlrmg member:, VlllJ be
fortunatel), the;. "dl be
hlghl)
QLlahf.ed people,
the paIr lhosen by the
ofrd,.('~t,()n
P01TJte ROald
.vhi"h
makes the appoIntments
The 81X volunteer", ""ho were earlier
listed In the Grosse Pomte Ne\\s, along
\.\Ith bnef bIOgraphIes,
are ClaudIa
Jeannette,
Kathennl" McDonald,
Ann
Meehdn
DUDdld Sw"~eney l!l, D,'\ ld
Bergeron dnt: FJorenle Mlller
The fir"l fOUf dre H'ekInf tbe FarIlb
\ deane" and the last two the Wood&
Vdtdlll\
With respect to all of them, John
Bruce, the hbrdty Dvarr\ ;>resldpnt, comIucdted
~lt lS t~uh heartcnmg to ha \Ie
th~s m3nj r1g-hly q..l~hfied cancHiates
"
1 he neAt ::.tep In thL ",elcctwr. prvLes" i~
for board pres:dent Bruce, the mayor of
each vf the wmmumtles lIlvohed, the
F drm~ and the Wood" and the retmng
members to weet III separate taucuse" to
p,ck theIr nommep to be offprE:-d to the
Sl hoal
bOl1rd
The
Gross(
t,\O
1\laTch
make
nOrrlJIldllOnS
Pomte
BOdrd
2, With
tbe
ltb
A
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of EducatlOD
on
board
bcheduled
to
selection on 11arc.h 9
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thp
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of the commumtv' for contmuahun
of
e\.c(']Jent serVlce
VI ell as an earlY solutlOn to the contmumg
DPed for space for
expansIon
for a hbrary that IS almost ht-
as
erall_, bU1'"tmg
I' I
at the seams,
~-~>.\
Robert B. Edgar
Founder and Puohshet
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Vol. 59, No.8,
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TEOiNlCAlOPERATIONS
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An explanation of an opinion
everal people have called to complam that the final paragraph of
last week's edIt-onal WIth respect
to Kenneth Starr. the mdependent
counsel
mvestlgating
the
Momca
u>\\oinsky affaIr, had really gone too far.
Perhaps the cntlcs are correct. But perlmt me to offet a few paragraphs of explanation for my concern stemming from a
pnze-wmning senes "Titlen 50 years ago
by the late Charles Gratke, then foreign
editor of the Chnstlan Science Momtor
Gratke and I had become fnends m
1947 dunng an Army-sponsored
trip to
occupied Germany and Austria as the pe0ple of those defeated natlons faced theIr
third wmter followmg the end of World
'Var II
Unhke the rest of his travehng colleagues, Gratke had dt"veloped a personal
agenda It was to explain how it was that
H1tler had been able to control the
~nnan people to the extent that he did
At the Nurem~rg tnals, whIch we both
covered for several days, and in mterVIews and otht'r mfoTIDation that Gratke
developed ::m hIS own, he made the case
that proves, as he wrote.
'"LIberty IS safe as long as courts are
free. Liberty is lost when the Judge rumself becomes a servant of the bureaucratic
state."
EVldence that Gratke dug up included a
S
once top-secret memorandum from Kurt
Rothenberger, who became Hitler's state
secretary of the Reichsffilmstry of Justice
"'Rothenberger's thesis," Gratkc \\70t€,
"was that Hitler was both legislator and
eXe<'Utioner of power Here mdeed was a
basiC fallacy the basis on whIch totalitarian justice rested.
"'For JUdges were conceived
as having
no
duty to question the law Itself, but merely
to administer and mterpret It on estab-
hshed totalitarian lines ..
It was Gratke's powerful argument that
still nngs m my eaT1', still affects ho'''' I
Vlew the wcrld. ar ~ sull emerged. perhaps in extreme form, m last week's comI do not believe that extrE'IDlSts who
would require all of us w thmk altke have
captured either party, but both parties
ought to contmue to be on ....atch agalDst
those who want to unpose their ldeas of 2rule of law upon the rest of us
H
to the heroe:;: aU of those who
are still perfonmng or have performed in the winter Olympics in
Nagano, Japan
From tne U.:::i Vlewpoint, the female
star easily was Picabo Street, who overcame injunes to WIn the women's super-G
clOVl nhill skiing event
But she falled in ber attempt
to wm
a
sf-cond medal in the downhIll race.
Instead she wound up m s1Xtb place in an
event In WhlCh she had placed second in
1994 at LillE'hammer, Norway
Yet her accomplIshment
m eVf>ncompetmg \\on raves from most of the US,
medla covennll our nartinpRtlOn
in the
Olympics She had missed most of the
1~97 compdltlOn because of a knee lDJury.
On Jan 31, just a week before the
games began, she had suffered a concussIOn \\o~llle skung m Sweden, but in WIDnmg the do\\nhill COI:lpetltlOD, she had
'iurpnsed everybod},
Probably the greatest herOlcs of the
E!ame'"' ho\\ever wprp those of Hermann
A tu m to the left
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Po'h
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mterVlew WIth
H( .r(nce L)df'CKer, an aOlmal psychologlst
f'<'m Oregon
Clty Ore,
~hose
chents
haH. mcluded the pet,> of Ehzabeth Taylor
mrl WIlham Shatner
a'1d favonte ammals
I)f
(,thC'r l:Jlg' names
The fir"t qUE.'stlOn IS self-E'xplanatory It
\'?b slmph
(.!JrC'cted to the questlOn of how
L"d,'d,E.'r thoucrht that Pn-"Hdent Clmton'"
P< to: - hi'> ('1t Socks and Buddy, the new
pupp'
,",rancid
- \\ .'H.' reactmg to the alleged sex
I
10 the Editor:
Maier, the Au'ltrian veteran who easilv
In recent months, your ed1to.
nals relating to the natIonal
scene have taken a gradual
tu..''Il to the left
TIns IS fine and even pre-
won the gold medal In the men's super-a.
downlull skiing Sunday.
He had fallen in a hOrrible crash three sents a challenge to those of us
days earlier 10 wlnch he and his slus who may have an 0ppoSlDg
turned huge cartwheels before rolling
through two fences and bemg stopped by
a third.
The Uruted States didn't do as well as
expected ill the winter games, but Canada
represented
the best ~~ the ~~onh
Amencan contlnent.
Through the first 38 events, Canada
had won four golds <firsts), four SIlvers
(seconds) and one thrrd (bronze), whl1e
the Umted States had 14jJtured only two
golds, one slIver and three bronze medals
Even the U.S. men's hockey team dldn't
do as well as expected, but Detroit's Red
Wmgs were playing for Russia, Canada
and Sweden.
However, the U.S. women's hockey team
was plaYlng Canada for the gold medal
early Tuesday after thIS page of the
Grosse Porntc Nev;s had gufJt: t.u IJrt:;')~
""1ew As long as there IS a reasonable degree of obJectlVIty
Your "Smlong Starr" ed1tonal whICh compares the mdependent counsel's actions to "K3.Zl
stOlm trooper tactics" sounds
more hke me rantmgs of a
James Camlie than a persuasIve presentatIOn of the wnter's
VIews. Your readers
better
St..rr
and
deserve
so does Kenneth
Bruce M. Rockwell
Grosse Pointe Farms
Inspect weapon
factories
Her reponed response was that they
would rE'flect theIr owner's stress, probably "'gomg to be testIer thl'n nJrmal, and
It'S gomg to be even harder
for them to
To the Editor:
As a seventh-grader
at
P'lrcells Middle School, I am
full\' aware of \\ hat IS haOPenmg In Iraq Saddam Hussem
should let the Umted Nations
mspectors mto IllS "'weapon fac.
tones" to Inspect what he IS
bUlldmg
Any day, 1 could wake l.1p and
my mother could tell me that
there 15 gomg to be a \\ ar I
\\ ouJd not want UJ go to school
make
SIno
Will the pets take the blame?
he New York Tlmes seems to have
obtamed mformation from a multItude uf Washmgton
and New
York people who have some conn,cilOD \\'lth the Washmgton sex scandal.
I'l 'Jough
It faIled to IdentIfy
thuse who
ha\e kaked mformatlOn to them
But onE.' of the Times best mterVlews,
wh":11 probably provJded a<;;much accura(:r ~<. some of Its unnamed
sources.
Letters
- Wubur Elston
Hail to the Olympic heroes
au
•
ment.
thE' RnJno:tmpnt
t() e!!dl. (,\ther .,
<;It therE"
all day
and
WRIt
for somethlllg to 'happen
I
But the second questlOn seemed to would feel much safer !f I kne\\
reflect the TImes own edltonal blas when that Iraq s bombs were mspectIt asked ,,,hat the ammals'reactlOn
would ed
Another reason fo. my \1ew.
be If the charges are true and "the pre")
pomt 15 that Iraq told th ..
d~::~ ~~.:.~:;~;-~~~~;'I~ T."J
..ill~~ Iivu::,,~ lur UH::'
Umted NatIOns that they would
Dog House"
stop bUJldmg chemIcal
and
athe,
t) pes of b.)mb" and
The answer was that anm:als ha .•e Ii. wpapml" TIlt'.\' "huuld ;oland by
tende'1cy to blamf> therr.selves for any bdd theIr ag'rf'ernent Ilke thE" l:mted
thmg that occurs So, Lydeckpr added th
"'"atlOl1S Ie; The l'm ted NatlOne;
bUllrLng
chemlcal
presldent "should tell them qUIetly, 'Thl'< J<; not
18
my problem, and yo
l're
0 K'"
",capons
hcC'a<Jse
the]r proml"";'
the~
Keep
hidmg, they soould destroy It
Saddam should get lucked out
of office, and Iraq shou.ld elect a
leader who keeps hIS or her
promises
Meagan Rogers
groups - mcludmg M;c-lugan'b
attorney
general
and the
MIchIgan
Consumer
Federation - to craft a deregulation plan that makes sense
for all of MIclugan's remdents
Grosse Pointe Woods and busmesses
Last year, ABATE and Its
allies worked WIth representa.
tlve Thomas Alley, D-West
Branch, t<; mtroduce leglSlabon
10 the Editor:
One of the first thIngs I do winch would qwckly provide all
Vl.hen I receIve
my GrosO<! customers WIth real rate reducPointe News IS revlev.
the tions WIthout adversely affectM1dllgan's utllItIes
"'Letters to the EdItor" sectlon mgT'I...l._.__
~J
""'
\..IUL1~Unl~r~
to read about some of the latest
opposed
that
legI.slatlOn
lSSues of roncern to the local
community.
I \ll;as therefore because It dId not guarantee
them large enough profits
qwte surpnsed to see the Jan
29 letter from D<m Rounds of S1mLlarly, the Iltilities have also
- fne Consumer Alllance" deal- vp;.&"ed the dt:regwatlon plan
mg W1th the state- ....
'lde is'iue of crafted by the Mlclugan Pubhc
CommISSIOn
\ll;hlCh
electnc deregulatlon
m whlch Semce
would Introduce deregulatIon
he cntlClzes one of my c!lents,
yet tins )<'ar
the AsSOCIatIOn of Busmesses
Though thiS program has the
Ad\ ocatmg
Tanff
EqUIty
(ABATE I
suoport of ABATE and Its reSlMr RoundS accuses ABATE d£:ntlal ar.d small bUSIness
of "obstructlOnIst efforts" and a allIes, the utlhttes have critJcized It because It does not proCampaIgn
of unreasonable
~~
aeman(l:> aT1(1mactlOn to <,aoo. .." .. "uem t:nougn money
It should be ob\1o~s that the
tage the proceSb
of electnc
deregu!atlOl"' In MIchIgan More ut1hLe'3 -- not the bu"lr.ess
are guIlty of
Importantly. Mr Rounds fur- cOIT'mull1ty ther alleges that ABATE IS USing obstructIOnIst efforts to
act1\ ely worlung to deny resI- protect their exceptlc,nally high
dential,
;,mall busmes<; low rates and monopoly marKets
Hopeful'\. m future letters to
mcome, farm and benJor ("Jt!zen
consumers
thc benefits t}.at the Grosse Pomte ~e""s, Mr
deregu!atlOn \\ould bnng
Rounds WIll paj closer atten.....................
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La .....
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OOVIOUe;I}
nir Rounao: JS ..... OV, .. vv
elthE'r
unhehevably
miSInDouglas H. West.
formed or IS a part} to the dlSClark Hill P.L.C.
InformatIon
campaIgn
launched
b) :\flchlgan s t .....
o
major electnc utl!ltle" DetrOIt To rh ... r.~;+~_
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when th(') find ",hal Saddam
"'.l.U;;
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T"'
1
~
~
L..JU1~VU
dlJU \ u!J"UlnPT~
to undermme
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COmD€t1tJon
.t!.nergJ,
the effons of utIlto mtmdu('t: r€3.1
11'11.0their 'Tl('nop
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C'r.ntran
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alcu<;atlOn
ABArE
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h<.:f'n a p'oponpnl
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mm,e to
numb
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market
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Tn( rJ ton. 1P my op'mon, J months
.he large m'Jnuh(tu
prouatJl): as ho:.;st a" ,;('me of tho'l thmk th:n 'saddam Hussem
J'1j! C'ompames
rt'prl"'('r>t('d
bv
leaked from the WhIte House or vanudand h,e; "emp!o\C'C'" " <;h'.uld ]pt AHA fE hilh )(JlI'Nj W.t~J a
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hefore tu.rmng
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Moon babies?
That \\as Xo\ember 1996
Xuv-, aCCOtdlllg tu a JanuaI)
It sounded Just strange
19:;8 artIcle m ShIpS ~'lonthly,
enough to be true, and F1~ had the shIp's been spotted lD tow
to chetl( it out the rumor that.
by a POhSh ocean tug, headed
last month dunng a full moon, for -a sm3-H, fam.ly.owned
the matem'h
ward of one of repaIr yard In BelgIUm
the
Pomte's
where she 15 to be restored to
hoslJ'tals VI as
her ongmal condltlon JammE'd "''lth
The new ov.Tler IS de!>cnhed
n e V> b 0 r n
only as "Belgum and "'ealth),~
babIes - the
and "Intends
to have the
result
of a
Delphme sallIng unde!" Si:€am
r e cur r I n g
agam as a passenger/crUIse
phUlOmenon
slup by 2001 ~
MId
to hapThank:, to former Pomttr
pen Just alxJut
and Delphme
("aptam Jay
eve~.
111nar
Ottinger for the update
cycle of 29 112
days
TIlls month's full moon was
It was sernor's Special $5 25
around Feb 11 - dl.d we get
dmner
nIght
Just
before
another baby boom?
ValE'ntme's Day m the HenD'
Yep
Ford Cottage Ho~pltal cafcte"Ifs C\chcal,~ saId Renay
Gaglear. a clInical nurse spe- na and someone announced
:UI
':lah'it
",,},o "I-urks
In
the the".. ~c~ s:-,vw.ng a..
blrthmg UnIts at both Bon the 0\'er.55 crowd al1erv.ard
"RomantIc Inns of France and
S€'cour", and C-ottage hospItals
Ita.J' ~
"in m) upmlon
It really happens ~
Suddenly a \OIce popPE"! up
"Xobodl' realh knv~s Just from a table full of grandmother types
VI h\- women
go Into
lat.or
"Oh IS that thE' sex." one?~
""hen the) dOl - .he saId
.~e \f:' also seen morE" d~lner.
l"~ when t})e barometer drops"
•All I kno,," IS, v. e ....ere real"Inter Olnnplcs fe\ er IS flv.
ly !1\J.sy Jd",t wu,k " .,dJd d.U aId.,
mg hIgh m tne Park ....here
III
Bon SetOurs'
Blrthf'are
David
Breitenbacb's
freCent€r, "around the tIme of the
quentJ~' changed
dIsplay of
full moon"
flags mounted on tV.ill poles at
"'We're generalh buS) nght
the
NottlDgham
Arms
oefore or around tne full
now shows the
mooD.~ saId Jackie Mickle, Apartments
five-nng OlympIC banner and
charge nurse lD the 3t John
the bIg red CIrcle of the
Hospital
BlrthmE!
Center,
Japanese n<;InEi sun
where FYI noted an ImpreSSIve
- But C-offee Gnnder regu31 4>llthmg swtes "
lar Jay RusselllS b.av-ing a bIt
It was Mondav the 16th. and
most of the -rooms looked of trouble tunmg m to the
OlympIC sp.nt ~l tned (".<itchempty
mg It on TV last week, ~ he
"Wp're at a 10v. nght new, but
says, -But all I saw was '35
we
~ere
really
busy
mmutes of commerCIals ~
Wednt'sday and Thursday." she
Young at heart
~
~
:,-.I1C)"U
• The President Clinton diiemma
heading down the homestretch
By Victor Bloom, '10
C!als are ralhble h'.Iman bemgs
It If> argued that v.e don't
need to kno~ about a preS}dent's pn\ ate hfe Whate"t:r
happens Ibt>tween consentIPg'
adults) behmd closed doors I~
nobod/s bUSIness AllegatlOos
of sexual peccadilioes are only
that There 15 no ..VIdence or
proof, and so, despIte the
extent of allegation" over the
years, none have been pro\ en
and ::.0 we must conSIder
As dungs are begmrung to
sort out, It seem::. to be a pohtIcal war PresIdent Chnton
ad'nser .1ame" CarvIlle was
right. MaPy poople remember
the new begmmng at the leftngl\1 war, when Bork ",'as
"Borked~ and derned a place on
the Supreme Court
The powers that be dId not
want anothe~ conservatIvE" Ul
the court, feanng reversal of
the Roe v. Wade decISion Thev
sucreeded ""lth Bork.. but fsUed
to stop Clarence Thomas from
bemg appointed, and that was
m SpIte of hIs not havlTlg a reput.atlOn as a scholar, but
Instead havmg a reputatlOr".
I21ven bv Drofesso~ AI11la HIll
that Thoinf.S was a sexual
harasser
She sWTed
her
resentment for vulgar remarks
for a decade, and then let them
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she a1" ay::. praIsed. dnd on
whose coattaIls she rose to
prommence
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down" plulosoph),
whIch rook a
couple of decades to ~orlt But
Clinton Innocent
the present presIdent gets the
credJ1 So the folks sUPport and
defend hIm ..... hlCh 15 onl) natura!
.•
Flagging interest
M) legal resource tells me
that If Clmton IS charged WIth
pefJury 10 a ClVlI case, It V>'llll:>e
the first tune lD years, If not
I lmagme, too, that most
Amencan lusW1) h J!ll.t isn't
Amencar..:. feel flawed ='l'obody
done We must remember tl-Iat
15 perfect
We are only human
the Paula Jones swt IS a Cl\ 11
So we can IdentIfy, at least
!r+ nn ~ !!nt t:r! tn1!' ~ bu t l:~n saId.
somewnat, WIth tne oemborecl
Wednesday of last WE'ek. the
Starr and hiS prosecutorlal
preSIdent
Many of-';'5 could net
staff are hGmmg m on hapless moon ~al> full
run for office because lD\estJA true storj of the 5up"matBIn (,hnron as if he ....ere a
gatlon Into our past mIght
cnmmaI
Maybe
they
feel
he
IS ural, or Just an old mld~, ...e 5
rp".p.~l
P"""nrC::
,f 111nt7Ti1pnf th~t
.....1...
Pointe plates
:More great per<lOnal plates
spotted on cats around the
PfJlDtes
A,>,;TIQR,
red
Grand
CherokeE:
1n
the
lot
1D
Patterson Park
CARISMA. green Explorer
on Hampton near Barrmgton.
CASH~l:GR.
money-green
\'W Jetta on Baifour In the
Park
DAYCARE, gold Volvo 740
outBlde Jacobson 5
FLY :!\,\VA. gra) Ford Tempo
""'"1th 3 Xorth Wes'. ~.JrllDes
bumper stIcker, In the Pomte
P]a~ lot
GRLFR:-\D
whIte
sedan
parked on VernIer near :Mack
PRIMEAl"
green
Dodge
Shado\\ ES m the Park Clty
offices lot
P~7 \-;'0" '"'"...." hrn<ia
A~cord EX on Th-e HIlI
SMl:RFI:-;. on a Smurf.blue
Explorer reported b) South
HIgh semor Trevor Harris
SOYTXLY dark blue Volvo
Ul
fn,nt of Cavanagh s Office
Suppl\
SWTSC Z, red Jetta GL ill
th( Rlu>-AId lot
T LEX, predatory-Iookmg
r",d
::...t.xu::. SC4{iO
near
.he
Canbou m the VIllage
TOYREP bnght red coupe in
front
of the Village
Toy
Company
WATA-Y:IlO, gray Grand
Cherokee on Jefferson HI. the
Park
XPEDITR,
black
~l:azda
Mlata outinde Ed Russell's
-Mayoral Office" on fhe Htll.
Got an FYI tip? Call Ken
Eatherly
at (313) 822-4091,
or
him
p-17Wil
at
[email protected]
1
d t.Il1ll1J1dl,
could be consIde~~d"~~-~k~g
one unworthy for pubhc office,
untrustworthy to make mtclh.
gent. ratlOnaI and creanve
deClSJOnS on \~elghty matters
Kow
the
left-nght,
Democrat-RepubLcan.
hOOral~fan:. of us fee, that If v.e
conservatIve wmgs ha\e polarstandard
Ized agam Gwen the maSSIve hal e an impOSSible
for \,\,orId leaders oohod) could
medIa co~erage the hberals
It IS ,",'ell
hne U:J behmd Clmton behev- lead the natlOD
In!! Starr to be headIng a knov,Tl that most preSIdents
have done immoral thmgs But
'nght-Vlmg
con.splraC)
n And
the consenatlVEs,
espeCIallY It used to he that the; wer ..
those" ho read and trust the more cUscreet and the newspaWall S,feet J0urnal, have more per reporter<; more klTld
than enough food for thought
to c{,nslder Ell! Clmton
a
But media ana tec~nology
sleaze a scoundrel, a har, a are gettmg to the POlot V> here
'" Offid;")lzer
They
....onder. pn\'acy IS lost and am one 5 hfe
where IS the v.omen's move- can be Investigated ,0 mlr,ut:€
detaIl
:-'0 man;
Ament-an<;
ment flu," '
thmk. v-hat If That ....ele me? I
The bberaJ' call thi., medIa would not lIke the specIal
mvest;g'l~or to C'",me 'It Ple hkf'
blJlz d frenz\ of unsupported
allegdtlon:,
f"om <;punOU5
and the grand m<,.ulsltO" We cher.
nr.,.ph~hlp
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no fact:> Fact, can RIghts v.l)lth gudrant-ee", It
on1y, accordmg 10 them tome
;Hlr m (,nen tnal ~Ith a lUry.
On the other
'land
the
r, p()rtf.lrc:.
C"ltp
th0
FIr" ...
v h~l..-h v~11] fX~f)") .,e f 1-1f>Jll apo
corne 10 3 deCl<;lOn
.4..-nendme,t and the -pu!:lhc'
rg!It to knov." "f', er before
Th .. "1UT'o' ofmpdld
....at-eher.
h;<; thprp heen <;u,h "l CINIT
",,,,nn, Ct h().t't~ e~-n T hI'" "g~t
to
,~ i ot \.. ('~h
C~•... d8d
r11ntnn
hd' the hlghe<;t approl -ll rat
pn"ac' and t!w pu')),t" l'1Fht
mg, e. e~ ',h,(h _('UTI'> to bP a to Knov" C;rml( r1a\ argu' th t
~ar:ldOh
Thp hWh r81 mg-. aT, the pUhh' ha, a f1g-ht tr \..nO"••
about
figlJ <; In h ,g'; off (.
undcltlbted1y
am f~, tr" ,tahle
hi'ullJ,e
th(',
rll<' role
mOdC'!'
ard Impro\'ITJI! 1'( anomy ....hlCh
and haH' great re,von"lbl1J1 Ie,
C()I:S('T\ atl\e'
<;d) t<; the lon~-\t the Sdme time
publ>l off'
te:-rn effect CJ1 Rc>dg'ln " "tncKle-
r.
!.ad vIng
~uCLt::~hfu.1J)
-~-::
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1)
"I never notIced any change
prosecuted many of hl5 forrnt.r
assocIates and, for some the un the number of bIrths,'
death of Vincent Foster IS stIll says lon~tllne Pomte Ob-Gyn
dOCUl' John Bradfield. Volth
an open questIon
30 years III the bab) busmess
We can only hope that aftei" hfofore he closed hIS o:1ice In
all tr.is outpounng
of allegd- the \\loOOs -'It's an old stUD.
tlOr. and demal. the publIc ,nil but I don t ynow of an) SClen
soon have the benefit of ]~dg- tlfic b<151Sfor It IntT
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profe"'''Q'
of pcychlQt;~,
Delphine
resurfaces
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FYI iast mformed Pamte
WinM State l'n!cers:t1 School
hlstonc
ShlOV>atd'ers that the
of Jfedwne and member 01 tlte 1921 stea~ j3cht DelphInE,
American
Academ\
co{ formerlY
0" ned
b) Mrs.
P~y(hn(lnal.\q~
H(' '{e/!-cmf's Horace Dodge and docked at
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tneJr grandchJ!cren
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hf'nd~ but there ",:J be those
for \\ nom th.s ",111 not be a
problem becau"e the'r lamlhes
!T.ten1
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por.:de-r
the
crt ~0"'CE' 3.f"ld ".t)... 't a \\ a\ of
~Ife the~ na\ e kIlOI' n for rr.ost
ot theIr aau!t "ean: The'r aa\ 5
ha\ e b€'t'n s.t~ctureG
arc w:d
their \\ ork houTS ''\"ork has
been a source of the.r 11\ehhood and a place \'> here the:ha ,'e made -nan~ mends
ha\E'
1\
a!'"€'••d\ relo~a.ted
because
of their lObs a:Jd tnelr fnend.s
!x-cause -tne~ hs\ e retired and
'T.O\ ed a\\ a'.
There ~e those \\ no can t
\\ an to move to a "maIler comm..l.:l1t~ to escape the probiems
of big tlt\ l1\"'IDg a."ld there are
others
v. ho want to stay
The~ have enJo.,ed the cama- because they enJO) the momenradene and common mterests tum and eXCltement of the Clt)
:hat Pl<'\ 311 among those \\ ho
There
are
no common
spend long hour" together In ansv ~rs but If the decISIon has
the same offic., or In the same not already beeD made the
purSUlts
uneventful days and mghts of
The~ WIll nuss It, but they FebruaI) pro''lde ample bme
\\ III aha be relIe\ ed to leave to thmk ahead and plan tor
bt:hmd the tIme clOCkS and the tnat da~.. when the optlons a.re
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....\..11 tht:\ r;'dr ~) ~ I-- ....."'Ui.. ..111,1 .. \ II .. r-H::, faii
\\nt..n the tH~~
t' ...
d .....
t !o.l.'"tr .lon
glorlcu" (Iur"
Ib fore"b
t'"
pre ute;!'"
collection boxes, on docks or m
lobbies
Mall that 15 stamped must
have been round dated at the
post office before It can be sent
by air All mall that IS labeled
target mall and 15 addressed
out-or-state will not be delIv• All first class or pnonty ered
pal"reI packages welghmg more
It will be returned to the I..'USthan 16 ounces
tomer VIa surface transportahon ThIs mall WIll still be
• DomestIc stamped mall, shtpped If the customer bnngs
lOternatlonal
stamped
or It mto the post office and hands
metered mall that IS fOlmd In n chrectl} to the c1er'. for ".lund
e,en
Dann's pubhcatlOns melude
-The Revolution Remembered
E) e\\ltness Accounts of the
War for Independence" (1980 I
"The Naele Journal" (1989)
II
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ShOrE."II:1e to €\.t:1ore
Tht'r;> are
8~Jt
67 hat bor" of ,,; ...gc arnund
the state offenng launc'lll.g
aTld boatmg
anchorage
:or
pleasure
boaters
There are
anotber
1.000 publ,c boat
la1.4nchLng
SiteS
around
tht:
state for MIchigan pleas!!.e
boat fleets
Even lake area has actl\lties such ale' \"enet'an
boat
parades boat race" and \\8terfront art exlllblts There are
.,almon derbtes wh:ch fol~o\\
game fish up the shore" of
the l>tate \\11<' ren.<t1'1 1'1
\ O.lr memon
A- \OU \\~ke up to each pre
dlctabl(' da~, perhaps ~O'.l 11-t1l
thmk
(\f the
first
soft
SUO\I flakes
dnfhng
0\ er
the
1..h\ ;:)lret't~ alHl httl~
to'w\ n~
ba~k home In the Wohenne
State
You \nil mISS the freshness
of Spn..'1g breezes, the bla.zmg,
brazpn dlsplav
of fall cCllors
and e\ en the solItude and tlme
for reflection the long wmter
rughts afford_
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Large<.t Anuque SWP"t"h <;-',..ahe.;: ...tem \1 ...hte-..li"l
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40 FOOl Coma-ner
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b erv toO Days'
FroTl England Re-:e'\ed
dating or to the deh"e!") carner
Mati ~ hlch IS labeled target
mall and addressed m-state
WJ11 be deli\'ered bv surfacp
onI) In-!>tate target IDall shli
~-ul not be allowed on an aIrplane
Face-to-face ,>enficatlOn \\'111
elunmatemaIl
bemg returned
to the customer, and ensure the
~st pos~lble customer !>en'lte
For mol<' mfonnatIon,
call
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some tr"e, ch",r:g" t'urn f"ced gre<'ll
rnemor.:o];: " gnt:: tl.- rt'c:ll'
t \ bUrIu"hed bt'"ut\
It \ ou an.> .\ ater orit:ntt'd and
Whether \ eu :leL ,de rc ,ta\
most people \\ho ha.\ e h\ E"d In ~hchlgan or d"clde to ~ett]e
:iTOund the Gl<'at Lake' are
In Flonda
~"I?L1I a c'r am
therE." .UP 11.000 mlana lakes other
retlr,'ment
al ea
the
and 100 n\ll"" of Great lal..es ""'hts \OU ,ee dS \Oll tra\e]
Senior Men's Club will meet on Feb. 24
of MIchigan sIDce
l't
tr ~J\ ~ 1'" - ~r (In
\our
a~e"1dd
~f ~o \..h\ "lot
;pend :lHJle tllne tra'. dmg
ab.mt tIlt" "tc.t .." \0.1 .\11] ~,l\e l't"lLll'le ,tgJo.\ I,'t't
bn'lJant
fun scouting
the
a • .:3" and
red br,ght urange\\ a-'\\ \el-
customer safety
Cmverslty
1977
'1t
to.
;Jrugr.1"1'
tx~:au,o"
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people \'dll
.~nnt}1el
0pn'1n
open
to
...ant to remaIn Cla".e to tl::e rt>:l ...et ....\\ h\.j t:nJ"")\ thl (uJtural
good thll:gs that anl~ a large dd'.il t3g~- of .; mg C1t\ but
metre oolls offere
V,0u. a -ather ill P ,:\\a\ from :t5
Th€~ enJoy gomg to the t>n\,ron" I,. l-et nng to d. college
major exiublts at the DetrOIt w",n
Instltute of.-\rt:s. In e theater at
~l",n., of t '1E' ('\.1,r.:ge dc1.,\,ttes
the FIsher dance recitals at a:-e opel' tc the "elleral puhhc
L~e '-1USIC Ha.:l. optlra at the therE' The~ .nelude se'1es of
beautiful
!\llchlgan
Opera pIa) 5 concerts baGet' and to
Theater and the man\" offer, hear p.?rfonndn('e ... b)o 'l;.ltlng
mgs at the MasOIllC Temple
art'sts and tounng comparues
They want to go to the events St8te unl\ eTSltle5 are usually
at the Joe LOUIS Arena and to lIberal also II. the ell.tent to
the basebaE
and football \\ hlCh the~ open their educagames They thmk it's pretty tronal faClhtles to tov;-ns peoneat that we can go mterna- ple State res'dents are entitlonal b) crossmg
o\'er to tled not onh to use the lIbrary
"~mdsor Once there they take for referenc~ but also to c()n~uit
pnde at lookmg acro~s the facult\
members
\\ ho are
nver at Detron s skylme 1hey experts ill horticulture, home
are truI) Clty people at heart
economICS and otneT practtcal
The: treasure the City for what subjects
It offers and they have f8..1th
Be) ana theM; pluses college
that ill tuDe It VnII soh'e tts to",ns are usuall~ ''''ell run
allo~ed on an auphne
The
program was created to ensure
Clli>tomer safety and to meet
Federal
A"'latlon
AdmlIDstrabon regulatIons
Mall whtch IS conSIdered to
be target mall IS
The bemor ~len's Club of POlnte War Memonal Lunch
Grosse
Pomte
meets
on WIll be served at 11.15 a m
Tue"da~ Fer, 24 at tne Gro'\se
The speaker WIll be John C
Dann, professor of htstory at
the Unn,erslt) of ~hchtgan
Dann has been dIrector of the
Clements
LIbrary
at
the
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Pt:rhaps
By l'-larian Trainor
u.s. Post Office ensures
You ma\ !la\ e noticed the
v.hlte and- red "IgnS on e\ e!}
feaeraJ mal: Do" "nc1 the oJue
and \\ rute s:gm: or: post office
I(\bb\ mall slots. [>'.1t ha\ e '>ou
read them caretull~?
T!':e;-,e
Slgn~
\\ arn
customers
about
'" hat the L S Post Office calls
-ta rget mal! The post office \\ ants to
mform C'Uo;tomers of gmdellnes
for mallmg parcel!: that ~ould
be claSSified as target mal!
Tal get mall IS Identified
as
md.l \!o hlCh should never be
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en, -onented.
oe "orne cons'der-
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t"\e,to tne~t"aretho",=
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.whmg fonl ard to a wlle"tone
m ther per,anal hfe - retlr",
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Obituaries
FebrlJar\, 19 1998
Grosse POinte News
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f r Po1rents B,ll Stdncz~h
and Chlidrc'1 ,old 12 _' L.tt-grana
lb" \hlhl':: 11' ~t.lp-tlJle l'uurt
of D(trult ~1
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four s"ters
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Laura
Jenll\
A,rDl-'l-' and
Int.erme'll "..I' \j",.'tloll\l'!
\p.Jl.1l, ,,<rJd lh, l S St..prpml-' orgamzdtlm'
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1'1 :\!ll\la.uket' and m.unla ll.d
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bro!hers,
Cf'n,eter.
.n Dt.'t',)I[
Funer,d
Court
(I!It.
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caM.'~ ne Ita!:an
AmE-rIld;.
,f a practlcP In St ("3.,:- Shcrl:'~
:-.l:ltlr." .... Dame! and Grego!'), arrangl-'mL'11- \\t'fl h.l'ldle<1 b\ ..lrguEcC1\\ ,h • 5 lln~t Grosse &l>OC1atlOn and B .' \ ..
dU"'mg the 195u" <ind J !:lbO,.
grand par e~h"
~1.. I<lnH.' and the Cha~ \ t rhe\ del: Funerdl
POiftte S mfamr",
.pomt <;) $- Ital)
He \1 dS a first heut€n",n~ 'n
J ame", \1c.o\leer h"'r step-moth.
Home!ff GTO"1' Pomte ParI,
L< m. re,11 t',tCit<' prat-tlce
He ....d" d fOlll'u.' _ " , I
lhl-'
Arm. dunng: \\'1rld
er Hett, Stan(.z,h
and hl-'r
\Ir Tonnaalso\\a;'lmoh.ed
ofFnend~oft'JLOPt"
1,1 [.
War II Dr ('l.Lrtl"~ enJo\ed
~ttjJ father Rtll KellC'gg
5
lr. n aJor td~'"
I"cll.ldlng the AmiCUS CI.....
b
rish,!'g
Interment
\S
at
Holy
amuel
Torina
redl~tnctlr,'
of thL ,.tate
A...rla\10 redd",' \1. 1
Sc pu,chrf>
('('meter)
tn
A funt'r'll :-'1.", ....a~ celebr3.t
Legl~laturt'
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C S \\ a.;; \ t:r} pr-nud t'f ~1I' 'r" \
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daughter
Cynthld Rrrthe
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Funeral
arr.mge
eo m Sa.nt,
P('ter & Paul
Sllpl<:ll't' Court ,G....~ bruughl
:-'lr Torn,.l I' ~lJl\" < ~"
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son, WlIham J Curtiss Jr
menh
"cre
hdndll-'d b::- the .JesUlt Chur{'h JI' DetrOit on ,li'am ...t Chicago b\ a coahtron
sl~ter, Cat'lf'rIPt' l.
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DDS.
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s'ster's
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De"mond
and
Sons l\1ondJ.\ ~ "0 16 for Gro", ...p ot Grt _tl Lal>e ~wtb opposmg
Oscar
and
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41 Hemck and S\hld FelL' fh~
Fun<?ral Home 10 Ro)al Oak Pomte Shore, resident Samuel
the d1,pJdclment of I, atl-'r used nephews
the R(\
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grandcI:\Ildren . and t\\O gr"at~lemonal contnbutlo~s
may be J Tann3 \\ho dIed m the 5t
b\ the Cl1lwg"(1 \\'ater Board
Trmna.
S J
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1d
grandcl-aldr"..
lit. \I d,. l'r"d",made to ;:,t Colletta's :::.chlX'l. dunn'Ol'n
Secours
.:-ellIO"
R1chard
Tormil
hI" n.,,ceased b) lus wIfe, Ehnor
Jefff'rson. W1S, 53549
Commumt\
facllit\ m DetroIt
When
returned t-o DetroIt
~1anlyn :\1cCorf1"1lc", K..lr "JI
Interment IS at Resunectwr.
Julie Ann Stanczyk
on Thur"C13\, Feb 12, 1998
"tf' b<'cdme ch'f'f of the Wayne Murph)
and GI'l,' F...
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Cemetery m Chnton TO\l,nshrp
Catherine V.
Mr Torma 84 ....as oom m Count\
pr,)~ecutor5
appeals
e1ght grandrllecelr'd _~ 1 lU
Funeral
arrangements
\\ere
Me'llphl'"
Term. and \\as a dl\l~lOn and later \\a" head of nephl-''''~
handled
b,
the
WUll-'kJulie Ann Stanczyk
McFadyen
~adlAIUt' "f 'he l'rll' e,.0lt\ of the ApP'2ab D,,,,s,()t! of the
Interment ", dt RL:-U "
Calcaterra
& Sons of Sterhng
\ f"ne-ral .\1a ...s v. as ceolebrat..
A funeral :'Ifa:.;; was celebratDetrOit
H1gh
SehOUl
Wayne Count)
Corporahon
Cerneten In Chnto; T(',,' "d~
HeJghts
ed m 5' Cu;\.,mb<lll Catholic
ed on Fncia), !,'eb 13. ill St
l"nnerslt\
of DetrOIt and tIle C'ounse-I :md ~ened on the fac.\lemona! contnb",:, ''1' " "
Mernonal contnbutlOns ma\
Clourrh
" Elnn ngh::lm on Ambrose Catnohc Church In Cnl' erslt\
of Detroit
La"
ult\
of the
1..-nl\ ers1t\
of be made to the l -.1 f'"
• ,t
made
to the Amencan
\\eclni'soct\ Feb 11. for former
Grosse POlntl-' Park for former School
Detro.t La\\ School
.
Detro't
Jl-'SUlt HI'::" ",
Cancer
Soclet\
or to the ('Itl of Cn,>,e Pomt.!' re:;ldent
Park reSIdent
Cathenne
Y
A member
'If tl-'t-' Coast
A "plr.tLdl man .\1. Tonna ScholarshIp Fund "'"
Amencan HedrtAssoc1atlOu
.;rul~e .-\.t,n St3'1cz;.k, v-ho med ~kFad)en,
"ho thed III the Guard dunn;; WJrld War II \\as In\ohcd m man) Cathell(: Cambndge. Dur,,'
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on Tt'U.''''C. ..l\
F<:b l2
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A memonal
sen'll'e wlli b€
held at a lat€r date for lorml-'r
Groi'se POlnte Farms rl-'sldent
Audrl-') D VerC'ru) sse \\ ho
ched m Boca Raton FJa on
• Wedlle~da) Dee 31 1997 of
comphcatIOns from lung cancer
Mrs VerCru) sse, 72 \'0 as
born III Wmdsor Ontano, and
graduatf'd
from
Eastern
DetroIt HIgh Schoo! III 1944
Mrs VerCru\'sse rs surnved
b) a SIster, Charlene Brennan
Zlelmskl.
a brother. Robert
Brennan.
three nll-'ces and
• tv. 0 nephev. ~
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Harold Ream
Pnvate
funeral
sen lces
\l,ere
recenth
held
In
Penns ...h ama .. for
former
Gross'; Pomt€ Woods reSident
Harold Ream, who d:ed III the
GeorgIan East 1"ur"mg horne
1n St Cl:rir Shore£ or:. Sunda~+
Feb 15, 199~
~lr Ream, 94, v. as born In
CharleroI, Pa . and graduated
from Belle Yernon H,gh SchOvI
In
Belle Vernon.
Pa
He
worked a3 a sU!JerV1.S0r In the
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Verheyden Funeral Home In
Gross~ Pomte ParK
Memon:".l contr.butlOns 01,1\
be made
to the
Ro~coc.
Method1st
Church
Ro:;;cot-'
Pa.15477
Laurence
..
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P1tt.sburgh 3teel He wa" also
a self-employed
msurance
agent
An aVId golfer, ~Ir Ream
al"o WIiS a 32nd degree Mason
and \l,as a member
of the
Lions Club InternatlOnd!
Mr Ream IS survIved b) hIS
wIfe of 67 wars lI-hldred, a
daughter. Lynda K Wllheim,
tN,o son", Rc,bert and Harold.
four grandchIldrl-'n. and eIght
grea t.gramlch 11dren
Funeral arra."lgements \\ ere
E. Russell
A memon.ll ser. ,ce "Ill Lot'
hi:~d J!~ 'S~ \!.::.:-' .. - L..:~h,:.,.'")n
Church m EncInut.'lS (':lhf
on Fnda:-, Ft'b 20 for fOrn1pr
Gross .. POInte \\ Old ... re"dt.l'
Laurence E RUS't'll "ho (iled
In the
Hosplc(.h\.the
Sc." In
Rancho Santd Fe, C;1llf. on
Saturda\, Feb 14 199b
Mr R~I~sell 89 \\a, Dom In
Cortland ,\Y and\\;1",t\IUhme grad,late of \\';1\ ne State
Unl\erslt\
He rec'.'l\cl
hIe
bachelor "of ~CJence In 1931
and hIS ma'ter'"
In Cduc,1tlon
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-\ teacher of ,)11\c'(,'1l <'01'(''1'
the ~chool frOM 191Po194'5 :VIr Ru~cell 1\,1-. l1i1Ml'O
m('n'" golt coach ... pO'ltlOn hp
hdd for 2") lear, In lQ'5/:' hI
\"as ,nductl.d I1lto the \\1\\n<,
tlOO at
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19, 1998
Grosse Pointe News
IDancing
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!with Daddy
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St
Clare or Montefalco
P
I TO is holding
its fifth
annual
Daddy-Daughter
Dance on Saturday. Feb. 28
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W~~A_
I~~;ochurch:
grandpas, brothers. or any
aaas are wt'l,-ulllC.
A light Q'nner and
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Idessert
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ana ~I tor.,
additional daughters. Dadft
and daughters of all ages
are we!come. Also, uncles,
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of St. Clare of Monte. I8WIU
Ihall
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will be provided,
with special prices
including American Girl
merchandise. Shown here
are Derek
and
Nlco~e
Stratelak
enjoying
last
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11"1'1 competltlon from wh1ch
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Savmgs bonds valued from
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Academy's first place ~lnner
the top 10 eSSa)lsts WIll he
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grade students
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Ben'amm
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Karen DIChlera, director (If
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Opera Theatre,
Will prevle\>
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MIchigan
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(MOTl,
speakmg
Thursdav.
Ma"'th 5, at 7 30 pm at thf'
Central Branch of the Gros.,(?
Pomte Pubhc L1brary. located
at 10 Kercheval, Grobse POinte
Farms
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Massenet's "Manon" In Apnl.
Dornzettl's "The ElIXIr of Love"
In May, and conclude the sea.
son WIth George Gershwm's
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seccnd full season of Staglllg
Its programs
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Ho\\ mucl) uo 1 lu\ e tnt;>
('or.,mental)
Let me wunt the
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Navigator A1an! .
,Ul.lppea
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per!orJT1' h~e d. LUtuln
~ho ..I!d Llllculn" front-\, bet I
dr'\ t lu.\.ur) ~eddn get:> a .)I~
ger bolder grille for 199b 1nd
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th~ -oud l ....}Jv\'\oerf ul ~.. !Il:'ii
) ou \ e mu.mted ti'e lllgh In\er" "eat of Lincoln" ans ....er
tn tpe Hurnrnt-! - In ('!lgant
Cl \ lhan tlo,hes
of course
Jt "houldn t be that \\a) The
Xa\lgator lS a m ..",t Cl'>lhzed
\'ehicle, "Ith boule\ard nde,
preCi::-e steenng
enough performance for am ~ltuatJon It
IS also tal! and broad-shoul.
dered enough so that \\ hen a
bad gu) cutc;.' ou off gettmg on
the freeYoay, the temptatIOn IS
strong not to De mIld-mannered and take It but to head
fOI the neare~t phone booth
and change lOt)) 'Xa\ 19ator
Man"
V'ie had a recent beaut\-andthe-beast ell.penenl'e \, Ith
Lmcolns - a C ontlOj,ntal followed by a .!'a\':gator Oullr
fact the Na",gator IS beaut)
and beast all b', Itself
Tnere has been a lot (If talk
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lHe
soanng populant)
of trucks
and the entT) of such luxurycar maker~ as LlOcoln. Lexu<;,
Mercede~.Benl
and Cadillac
Into the sports.utllttv
market
The) re a safet\' penl to <:In.
vers of "mailer \ ehlries. cntJcs
~d)
The) are en' Ironmentally
Incorrect the;. guzzle ga- and
the\' are unneces",anh
0\ E'l'"',l,e;ght The\ dr~ too eXp('n~l\'e
because the pn'fit m.ugm l!l
mUC!l ~eatel than on pu"c;en
~ dU
ele-
tl an"mlSSlOn
As befite a lllXury car, the
to keep clp Illth
demand Th. -arne h tr<.lP of
Contmental provIdes unparalMerceaes-Benz and Lell.u,
leled comfort, sohd hapdlms.;
and Cadl1Jac h0pes It stili
and road feel, exc~lJent engl'
holds true ....hen It geb Its bIg
neerlng and attractl-;e, conser.
off-road trull, on thz road
,>atlve stylmg
What did I tn>nk? 1 \H,S
An mterestmg engmet-nng
struck by the contra"t betwl?pn feature of the '98 Contmental
the Lmcoln Contmental
one
!S Its multI-adJustable
:':uspenof the more elegant luxurv
SlOn. WhICh offers a chOlce of
cars avaIlable \\hlch \\a&
finn, Dorma!
truly a pleasurable machme to
and soft nde You can artually feel the dIfference
hve with and the l'\a\'lgato,.
....hlCh has many nrtues, but
between the settmgs, nct
al'l'avs true
not the ones I \ alue
BOtll Lmcolns share certam
Th"e Instrument panells
feature", They are both ImTD€- \ erv readable and attractIve
dlaLeI) IdentIfiable by thelr
wlth electroluminescent
bngnt tooth) gniies v.hlen can gauges Seats are comionaoJe
outgnn Joe E Bro\\n \rem em- and pro\'lde '>ohd support and
fimsh IS first tate
bel' hlm 1 Some hke these
gnlle., some don't A.s a chlld
The extenor has dearh'
been mfluenced by the Mark
of the chrome age. I do
The\ aL~u ~hd.J C d IlcfL\
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pnce tag Base pnce of the
front styling and bulgJnb
SIdes I found the 0\ erall
Contmentalls
$38500, but
appearance stunmng, a \,ew
With Its optional eqUIpment
not shared by everyone
whIch mcluded a "RESCt"
An optIOnal Personal
package" \I orth $2.225. perSecunt:- Package caters In a
sonal secunt:. package for
usefUl way to the current
$750 and po,,"er moonroof for
trend of paranoia In our soc!$1.515, the total hst pnce of
et\ It Includes run-flat
OUT test car came to $44 820
M;chehn tires on c;peclal
Bar:,e pnce of the :SaV1gator,
chrome alloy wheels a garage
....hlch IS based on thl' Fore
E"pedltlOn - no problem
there -- IS $43 300 A"
See AUTOS, page 13A
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gant analog ckek m"te.ld .>f
tne ur:,u"l d\gltal Its pOYof'rful
t\Hn-Cam 4 6-hter 32 ....ahe V-te ng1'w reqUlres lJrenllum
unkad'd
fuel, but IS al50 \ ('rv
reSIl0n"I\(' It dn\e~ the front
\,nt''']" thl uugl • ..l f()u~-,,~,"cd
electro!1lc 0'>eldnve automallC
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Grosse Pointe Npwc;
Al-ltos
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The ':,,,tem trarhnlt"
the
Yehlcle IdentificatIOn ~u'llber
of the car, as \\ ell <.I
-. Its loeat10n Yl:l 3. Glob~! Pr>.;.;~t.VrHng
S<'telbte Th(. dmer Or pa;,senger,. can u"e a telephone
III the console to talk WIth
operators who respond to the
RESClJ Signal
The '98 Lmcoln Contmental
IS eqUipped WIth standard
antl.lock brakes and traction
control system
EPA mlleage estimates are
17 mpg clty/25 hlgl">\",l\ We
~n~~~b:::'::.bG::t 20 lr1 m0"tl}
city dnvlng
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about the Contmentalls
that
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m the ()\ erhC.1d con,( [.. On ...
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tnp driver car, nrogrdJ11 certalT1
June !L'Jn~ ~UI r :1<' '" het'1er
r,u ~ <In l \ ou r d.oor lOcK ~ to
<lutl''T'aTll,llh
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tclnt to n'm,.mhl.'l th It l'J,
>,:,,\ gclt Jr m,l;> be .1 Lmeoln,
but It ,0, d t.tH:k - thl fir"t
trueh e\er t" Coin\ !he Lmcoln
I'ldrquee
!1.1"ed Oil the r,ght
The Lincoln grille has become a trademark,
Town Car's grille has a center divider
I POPUl,1l
Ford ExpeditIOn tl1h truck 1"
po ...."'red b) a') .Hlter SOHC
V f... engme and f('<ltures <uch
up"cale r;oodJes as :IL.lmlnated
runnmg boards load-levelmg
air suspensIon and st~ndard
antI-lock brake., It also ha"
Lmcoln's toothy gnlle
LlnPo!n deaJprs lobbIed hard
to get the NaYIgator In order
to pene:r~t(> thl- ho~t<st segment 01 tne nt I, -\ emde market Mercun got the
Mountameer last year based
on the sale,,-Ieadmg Ford
I:."plor"c'"
thl. ~r..,t Llncolr)
t'"Uck \\ l' I, "d,
- tb,. allne\\ ford k.....pLdlt. If <lpvut"tandlllg ,f''1lf i<""($
LmcoJn d ...ale! ,mp, do not
attract people ],lOhmg for
.,mall eCflnobo"l, 1 he\ don t
'" ant delIcate b.:dUty the,
\\ant a ~a~l .:.nd tht'
!\avIgator fills tile b111
The Xavlgator
"eqUJpped
w1th a sOphl!>tl~ated V-8
engme that produce~ 230 hp,
has a payload capacIty of
nparlv tv. 0 tn ..." lnd "an tow
X,OUO pJund, WIth
dn\e
t"erl. l' nOl
The '98
fO,Jr_\\ne .. l
mUlh
m the
\\ a." of Ii,,: oj and lote"t otf-hrl"
It!>to thE- '\d,Igator
But arc \ ou really gOIng to
u'-e a S4 i 1)(j0 Lmcoln to cra"h
through the for",st or haul
manure' And for commutmg
and runnmg errand!>. It log,
In a "tcad:, 10 3 miles per gallon
For "'hat It 1'> the
NaVIgator IS excellent It IS
hard to Imagme a mOl e luxur-"us tf1lck \\ hlch IS also
The '98 Continental does not have the thicker tooth
right in the middle, a way to tell it apart from the Town
car.
capable of hard ....vr k But dOh
thl» \ ".hlcl" package- - no!
lu"t the X3\ 19ator bur dlJ tbe
bIg "port,utlhtles
that dl.g our
free'l a:, s and parking strU(tures ~ make a lot ot ,pnse)
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'98 brings 'safe-driving' resolutions from AAA
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Michigan
sa"s
motonsts can start 1998 safely
by bemg COiJ.rteous and follow109 lIfe-saVIng dnvmg reso).!tlOns
• Don't tallgate Tallgatmg IS
the No J cause of most reartend
cra<;hes represEntmg
13
percent
of all crashes
m
Michigan
AAA I ecommends
stnvmg for a "safety buffel" of
at least four seconds between
VOl' and
the vehlLle ahead,
With an extended followmg dIStance In mclement \\,eather
• U<;e your Signals for stoppmg or turnmg
Slgnahng IS
not onlj courteous, It', the law,
• and a crash "VOIdance procedure that <.QuId save your !lfe
or the hves of other~
.. Use your horn to \\am, not
to pUDl!>h Your ham I~ a .safet)
deVIce, not a ~eapon to pUnish
other dnvers
Use It only to
aVOId dangerous
"ltuatlOns,
and then, Just enough to warn
• Observe posted speeds On
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says to dnve at a careful and
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"Deed
not ","p"tpr
than nor le5" than If ~ea"on- \ ehlclb
If \ ou block an emer
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gency \ehlcle ) ou are ITlterfer• ApologIze If you m2Ke a mg 111 a cnslc, \\11en you hear
dnVIng error If your dn Ilng approachmg
SIrenor see
mistake mvobe::: others, offer flashmg
lights
the
law
an 'I'm '0rT)" gesture
In a reqUIres :-l'U to ileJd the nght
rece'lt AAA. ~ur\e\. the fa\onte
of" 3\ and pull a" close to the
dn'. er 'i apolog)
IS the "tap nght page of the road 3" pOS"Ion tre head a" In "What ....<.IS ble clear of dn mtero,ecllOTl,
I thmkmg?and .;;top until the emergency
• Don t dn\e dlow'i\' If \OU , (h,.:I ... has passl.'d
doze off\\hlle dn\lng vou hall:'
• Gl\e pede,,~nun'- the nghtlost control of \ nUl \ eillde
of "a) ~h('h!gan ],1" 1'f'aUlrp~
Make ~ure \OU a~e ""ell rested
Tl"otonsb mu~t ! :pJd the right
or have an ~Iert co-pllot to take of "<.I~ to pede~tnall'> ero'-smg
over the wheel
.1t corner., or 01 he! ,: ",-"walk,
Don't run
red lights
whether ur not tht> lnh""'dlks
IgnOrIng a red light IS not are .narhed b\ PdlnteJ v. hlte
worth the Inerea"ed
nsk of lm€"
Injury dnd fine" Just to save all
• Share the ro"d c,dfeh "lth
e"tra
second
The la II III bIke nders
Ble) ch"t" are not
MIchIgan for amber lights IS to out of pi ace on the road", "y,
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thc:~ ~~c pa.rt uf tL~ II a.:I1l- dud
share the road \\Jth motonsts
Do not expect a blcyc!tst to get
out of your way, even If you
thmk he or she IS Impedmg
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work zones a "brake n In
MichIgan, there \lere 16 fatal
traffic (I'a~he!> and 958 mJury
cra!>he!> In cOn<;tructlOn zones
In 1996 as the result of careless
dnlwg
Slo .... down and u~e
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Antique Hardware
Rebu,lt
& Recondlt,o'""led
Old Doors Rebuilt
To receIVe Any NEW
STYLE HARDWARE
.. Wood and/or Steel
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change Janes to pass
Apparentl}
L'ncoln cannot
kpep up ;\ltn demand for them
and b1g l'll\.uT'o ~p"rt'UtJhtH~S
al<~the f>UlH,,,tseller" on the
market People feel s'lfe m
them
Replacement
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.. Kwikset Locks
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the \~hpel In Mlcillgan In
1996 alcohol ,.",\5 mvol.o::d In
364 per cent of all fatal crashe .. Drunken dn\ers caused the
de,llhs or more than 335 people
and 14,442
injurIes
If you
chooo,p to dnnk alcohol, u;;e a
de-If;Tlut"d driver or t:>.xl to
take )ou to your destmatJon
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Questions and answers by the VA department
Q. What I" CHAMPVA? Who
IS e!tgIble?
A. The CIVl.han Health and
Medical
Program
of the
Departmf'nt of Veterans AffaIrs
(CHAMPVA) IS the medIcal
program fot' dependents
and
SW"Vlvors of veterans
The folwwmg may be ehgJble
for CHAMPVA benefits
the
spouse or chJld of a veteran
who has a permanent and total
servIce-connected
dlsablhty,
the SUrvlVlilg spouse or chdd of
a person who dIed m the lme of
dut) \'Ilthm 30 days of entI) III
active military semce, and the
sUf'.'1v:ng
spou,;£, or chid of a
veterar who dIed as a result of
a ser\'lce-conr.ected
condltlon
or who, at the time of death,
wa!> pcnnanently
and totally
d,sable,l
from a senlce-con-
nected condltlon
Q. What does CHAMPVA
covf'r"
A. CHAMPVA shares
the
cest of medical serVIces and
supplIes prOVIded dependents
and sumvors
of veterans who
meet eertalO ehgJblllty clltena
and ....ho are not covered unrlpr
the
Clvlhan
Health
and
Medical
Progrdm
of
the
Umformed
Services rCHA.'!
PUS) SpeCial rules and limitatIOn", however, appl} to some
sen'lces and "orne ser\ Ices are
not covered at all
o. A.;:, thp
.::nnl1C:p
or ~ v,=,t~"':J.!l
\\ n~ has a pe~anent
and total
service-connected
dISdOlht).
how do I app!) for CHAMPVA"
A. To apply call (800) 7338387 or wnte to CHA.lIJ:PVA.,
POBox
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Triskaidekaphobia fails to stop Dow from new high of 8,370!
Ld"t '" et'h. the stock marl-let
"Ul-: .. J dh .. ad 180 pOJn's
"n tfJ.e
lI1cC'm( but 'H=\t'l hedrd of ~m
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pl'rce'1t
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dunng the 1829 Clash
':-'01 11 \\.t~ celebrat"d on a
dl1lll'Un{1 n,<'nt
irom
Ford
lookmg
for
pe
mut,
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La"t \\ eek Gem r J] \10:or" !\!otor (") 1 Fl In tht' neal
Our post office at
ers Worse) et \" hen school '5 Tuesdd)
to mah..
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The ne~ changes dre ba"ed
G\1 dnnourlced 't fl,.a c!'ml- futUl e
M[lch and Warrell '" at closed,
c!o"ed
because,
j SOlIIt prf'"
t Ul (\)n~elU
OJI percentage dec!ll1e~ I-ather
nated
thc
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25
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Id"nd on It:> G)'l Cld"" H
By Joseph
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Jammed,
of
course
After '
.:\10nda\
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upsettmg
>our
car
10\\
changes plannpd
thdt It \\ a" the 500-POIN loss
"hares Rea"on Thh \,111ado\\
Mengden
\' dltmg to Ime foc 15 mmutes,
pool
as"lgrJrPenl
Other marl:",t Oct 27 ("Gl 3) :\londa}")
Hughes Electron,l ~ e:!l mng" to
a letter to mv
The !\1:SE, after con"lllwThey sa, these .Ire cor>trdc- LTS matled
l-et lllalcators,
th.e S&P 500 be ret31l1"d for In\'''''tmt'l.t
m tlOn \\ lth (he other US stock \vhlch closed the NYSE at tUdl agreeme'lts
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\\Ith
the daughter Ln \\estchester,
and ~\ASDAQ \\ ert? at or near Its
about
230
pm,
"'lth
no
later
telecommufilcatlon.s
a suburb of!>'"l:T Because firstPal her thl" uJonth,
affected
un:ons
Well,
next
th ..lr n ..\\ highs \\ lth da'!\ \ 01 busH:e"s Man.' other "5"'0\\ th exch,lngb
reopening that dd\' The DJI
ddopt ..d proposed changes 10
time around, swap these nUI- class mal! IS so "low, LTS sent
ume no\\ a\ eragml' 600-plu"
stocks" do nd pa\ :IT> \ ca"h the -LlrC.J1t bl eah.er~ ;,v'>tern had fallen 554 pomts, ar 7:!
Mall"
Sdnce
hob days for extra days of the !E..tter ..,111"Pnonty
mIllion "harb on tbe :-'1:'~E
percent
dl\'ldendo::
for $:?
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autoilldtlcdlh
- "hut>
\dcat.on
Instead of p.n ll1g c,1-h 01\ I do\\n the XYSE In th~ e\ ent of
Lea\1ng aSide the man) rellWIthout <;''1UJr1eratmg all the
Do you like
dends wIth the pr('ceed, ell the pl"ces fallmg belo\\ prf'scnbed
Pnonty
Mal! I" today's
gJOll" holidays the LUle'ldar IS
aetaIis,
whIch
arE.'
too
techmcal
sal .. of part of Itb bu"ml s" a lc\el"
ca~h dividends?
pre"ently
clutt.:red
up ....1th eqUIvalent to the old "All' Mall.
for
a
flUnIiy
newspaper,
the
com pan,\ma.',
lllstead
-- SpeCial Dehvery"
service
C nder the proposed s\ stem
other
half-holIdays,
rules
satrsfy
the seven
Of Cuhrse e\ en 0nt' lc)\,es announce
a slgnlllcant
stock bas"d on current market Ic\els proposed
offered after World War II
some
of
which
are
only
lOCally
cash dlv'dends
Year,; ago, LTS repurchase
program Th!? less- of 8370 on th? DJI, tr::ld,ng SEe s deSire that the market
LTS' calc ndar list." Today the Pnonty Malil'> 'up"hould remaIn
open at all ()h."r\'ed
hear<.l d Jot of grumblmg about er shares outstandmg
anthposed to be dehvered In two to
would Ix> halted after a fall ot
the followmg
t.mes,
except
In
the
most
exceSSl\ e taxes on dl\'1dend
metlcally v,111increase the per 10 percent, or 837 pomts, but
three day!', but not guaranJan
19
M
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Kmg
Day,
extreme
CIrCumstances
teed' Because of the mall Jam
v,ould automatlcallv
restart
Feb 16 - PreSIdents' Dav
Ha>1ng obtamed
appro\ al of
after one hour Thereafter,
the the stock exchanges, the SEC
.Mar 17 -- 8t Patnclt. Day caused by the postal hohday,
LTS' letter amved on Monday
(mNYC),
market would agam be closed
....1lJ now qUltkly seek publIc
after a cumulatl\e
loss from
Aprl1
20
Patnot's
Day
(m
comment before puttmg
the
the opel1lng bell of 20 percent,
Boston>.
Remember m the late 18508,
Carol Ce~-in has accepted aJob at Plante &
proposal up for formal regula"
or
1,674
pomts
The
20
percent
Moran a" a trust adminIstrator
m the ne\\ ly
Aprl!
23
the
Pony Fxpress dehvered
Holocaust
tory approval In the late spnng
created trustee sennces group
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free fall
would
CIO'le the or early summer
letter by hor'le from Joplin,
Heml'mbrance Day,
exchange for the rest of that
Before Jommg the accountmg and manageCalIf, In
Oct 12 - Columbus Day (10 Mo, to Sacramento,
day
ment consultmg firm, she worked at Comenca
'C"~
seven days'
New England), and
Bank as a trust adnllnIslrator
These proposed changes are Minor holidays
No\' 11- Veteran,,: Day
much "looser" than the eXIstInp"
Cerwm IS a reSIdent of Grosse Pomte \\'000" .-..
LTS IS a veteran of World
~4_~ ~ ~~ ~~::O~;'Ciii~!.l\..cd. Ly
FIlLY years ago, or more, War II, but never thought we
rules,
"'hiCh
were
adopted
the now and then obsenance of many publI" employees v,ere
after the KBlack Mondav" crash
Wavne Hindmarsh
IS the ~
were deser\'1I1g of a speCIal day
the "mmor holidays,"
which
overworked and u.nderpald, so
new
general
manager
of
Cerwm
of Oct 19, 1987, When -the DJI
gJve days off Wlth pay to only a these mlllor holIdays ",ere a off By the way, dId you put
dropped 508 pomts, or 22 6
ADNEX DETROIT, a fiberopyour garbage out one day too
few of the nation's work force? day off v"th pay, as an emplo)early thIS week?
tIC commcllllcatlOns compam, that 5Imulta'1P-
DJI U!-' 2 2 per"ent,
8 370 10 on Fr.da\
I'n"",\ldek.,pl",ll
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to c1o"e at
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OUSly dlstnbutes
advert1smg to \'anous cable
TV systems
Hmdmarsh
IS the former g",neral manger of
advert,slng for Medla One
Need help stretching
your
He 11\es lTI the City of Grosse POInte \\ Ith hls money? Money management
IS
Hindmarsh "'lfe, JIm
more than a knack People who
arE' good at managing
their
Husband
and Wlfe John
and Elizabeth
finances do :"0 through
smart
Ottaway
have been named to the advu'ory
planmng and spendulg WIsely
bos rd of the St Vincent and Sarah Fisher
Here are some tipS
CentE'r of Farmmgton
HIlls, a chJldrens ser• Don't bUI' <IllYQur meels at
\ IC£>.or"amzatlOn
restaurants
It costs more than
John Ott:l ....a:; '5 senior partner-management
If ..,ou couk meals at home,
dIrector at ,J Walter Thompson of DetrOIt and
'" h~re IOU IJ a bo hav~ Jefttlvers
class agent for the Uru\'erslt\
Llggett School
for s('cond meals oind ::.nacks
AluT"l.m Fund
Elizabeth Ottaway 15 portJohn
folIO manager
at Mundel'
Ottaway
CapItal
She SIts on the
finance
c.Jillmlttee
of the
Women's EconomIc Club and the board o! the
M,chIgan
SOCIety of Certified
Fmanclal
Planners
Tne vttawa,s
l1\'e In Grosse POInte \\"ood"
WIth their new"'born daughter
Need more money? First, you have to save •
At the advertlsmg at:!;encv of
-'Ioung & Rublcam
DetrOIt,
Brad Fox has been named
VIce preSIdent
Fox IS a str:ltegIc planmng supe!"'.rIsor and
consultant
for the marketmg plans and brand
development team far Ford Motor company
He lives In Grosse Pomte Woods
• When ShOPPIIl.g for grocenes, take a l:llt and aVOid
Impulse bU)1ng
• Eat before yOll shop for
food so hung~r won't tempt
vou.
- • Walt for sales before bu).
mg clothmg
and household
Item~
• Shop at discount stores
• Use coupons and rebates
offered for grocer:et" and for
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F.li7'''bet.~
Ottaway
He hVE's m the Park With hIS WIfe Knstm,
and thelr t",o chIldren Gnffin and )'1ad180n
Farms reSident Donald Lindow has JOined
the m~t:"tmem
counselmg
firm of Wilson,
Kemp & AsSOCiates as Vice preSIdent
Lmdow
worked prevlOusly for FIrst ChIcago NED
He IS a dIrector of the Umverslty of:r.hchl~an
Alumm AsSOCIatIon adnsory
countu member
Lmdow
for the DetrOit InstItute of Arts, and past chairman and dIrector of the Grosse POlllte \Val
~femonal AS~OclatlOn
t Ion. that lead to owmg tax
In\ 01\ e
• A dIffer< nee m the amount
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relatlOn'ihlp
one re!b.t!v(' to anothE'r
I1ranrh "lIrrr, tlir/)u!dlUlIl mrlr0Jl<lhlan flrlrllll
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Jitl(. t nm"fprs bf>tv, ('('n pr r I
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th~ automohlle
beIng
pur- cnts, "tep parenh
<l'1d elll
b P'1000 r'1Our<:; wp-pkr-jt
ld II..!' ()€,r\~ SatJrday~ a: 1"105 branches
~ha,('d,
not the '1ctu,,] nllr- nr,.",
"1b~ ~r:.d
pet
chase pnee
If the pUrChd'le ente ::Ire. cx('mpt from u<.e tax
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!JcenSL'l a .. proof of the exempt
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POINTE
\\ Ith "UI 12-month
he based on the retal] ma, J, et
value of the automobilE'
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smAT
Pay No Taxes Until ZOOO
pnc~ reported on the "eCIetal"'.r
of 'ltate transfE'r apphcatlu'1
form IS 'ilgmficantly
less than
thE' rc;taJ! market >'diue of th<.'
vehicle,
the purchasel
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receIve d notIce fOJ' 'lddltlOnal
use tax due
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CITY
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the Internet
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• Promise to pay what you
can, ....hen you can, and follow
through by making payments
• Stay In touch With your
credItors
Above all, don't :-un awaj- A
reputdtlOn
as a bad nsk IS
something that Will follow you.
for vears
'I~. to make a payment every
month no matter how small
NOW
Christopher
Kiegiel has been appomted
Fox
dIrector
of sales and marketing
at MedIa
DIstnbutlOn Sen Ices, a pubhc relatIOns support group
KJegJel earned h.s bachelor's
degree In marketmg
from
Indl\ ,dual!' \~h() prl\ ate I)
bu\ automobJ!es
and l,cense
the vehicle \\ Ith the secretary
of "tate
WIll
occasIOnally
recelVe notIfication
frOI::1 the
~"hchlgan
Department
of
Treasury of state Ube tax due
OY'" thA
t"'2.,,!£f~:, ~f t.he ~'...:~~v
bIle'" tItle
Ai"o, owners who paid the
use tax at the time of tItle
transfer may also find they owe
more tax
m'
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sen'lces
such as car mamtenance, haIr cuts. laundry and
dry cleanmg
• Don't buy more than you
can afford.
IndIVIdually, these savmgs
aren't huge, but they add up
If you do develop mone..trouble<; and get bt>hmd III your
pa}ments.
ta~ e the followmg
ad\ Ice
• Be hun .. ,! "lth )our ,redl-
or edr v W1Thdrawa
Off~f 'i..Jbrecl 10 (h'lnge
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Staff V.raer
"li (. • In th" OllAl'; "vrl0 vI ,;I'Dt"
j ,~ Sldt."tICS, the o\erDH ne.s IS
relatively
gooc1 In Gro~se
l'v",~<- r...
,im
O\prall, "rlllll Inlrea'ipd 13
penent last "E':1l '1" the Farm",
f{>d Jarge1} b\ drl HlLr('<\"l In
",ol{.n f1IP phone,
But In
db~oJute term", the figure:, are
j("s \\',m"ODle
1
Bur~lanes
mtreased
to 16
Irom 9 In 1996, a olgmficant
pprc€ntage Increase but IT.uch
' ~. .,
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whelJ the elt" report.~d a total
f
of 58
Auto theft. tncrea"ed to 31,
IIp 9 from the \ear betore The
Farms has 3. el aged 1B .. tolen
cars annua!l)
smce 1993 An
a~el'age of more thall 1'3 case"
are cleared each H'ar leavmg
r'!i
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the r(j,lotunsolv"d
A blg rp!l~"n for the I"J~' In
car the1t~ IS people <;teallllg dd
rigs for re~al(' to lIn",crUPltlocl';
...,.to part~ ;,tore", SaId ,( publIc
safdy oflker Within the Pdst
fev> wed ...s, In l..Jct, "'tolen l3r~
with aIr ~3g~ lenlOVld \Ilr(
recoler"d 1,ltml1 \\dlhtn" dl,,tilnu7 01 tne uNner" hornl~
The local fi,rl'rf~ I Ink '''.l'n
better \\hE'n c;mpand
to "tdt~
numbers
The Farms' CnI'1C mae" I"
about half that of tllt~ r""t of
;';""'""11
1.1-• '-'t.y _Vl,,,,,,tellt
01) outpaced the natIOn 1fJ cleartng Cflme" achle\ mg a rate of
336 percent NdtlOnali,
ani)
218 percent of cnrne" \,ere
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of aggravated assault or ar,aT).,
dedltllng 300 and 100 pel cent,
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Cooke, d~~drtlPpnt
~tatJq.
12 Cd"e~ ~ cau"ed ":i, JuveClllne \I a,; larcen" as 231 ",a5(,<; Clan Tv reJuc" l..lILCn) of nIp mles" ';dld (oake
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took place last year, up 10 per
phones from \ ehlcles
p()l:ee
Reg.1Tdmg trafilc accldenb,
cent from the year hef,)re
adVise ~torlOg p~ones Out of the mo,t daIlger'JLl<; Inter<;pc
~Tt,eft of cellular telephones
s'ght 'n the gl(I\(' compartment
t"m.n toe Farm~ la<;t ,ear ",as
,l(LQunted fOl a bIg part of the or under the "eat
\1()ru'> dnd \1ack whtre thlr-
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secunty I~Sues
The Farmo particIpate.,; m
If:e Cnme ::.toppers program
.vnH:h mform" local bUSinesses
regdl'l ng tfJe
act,\ltles
of
(nr.J1"dh v.ltt' dIe I...;}ownto be
....orlur.g In thi-' cired
A ,earc:-. of thp tar revpal.,d
t\. (; open bottlt':; of be"r a par.
tldllv smokedJOlnt, and a small
bag of marijuana
under the
passenger seat A search of the
dnver revealed another bag of
mar'Juana
Both
::uspects.
DetrOIt
v.omen m their early thirties,
sald
~hey were sightseemg
along Lakeshore after leavmg
v. ork and admItted dnnkrng
and smokmg pot
Thte driver and passenger
posted bonds of $300 and $200.
respectively,
were aSSIgned
court dates and released
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Cars vandalized
on Balfour
the suspect" abandoned the car
and attempted to enter a hUlne
m the 4800 block of Cotln lile
The officer was able to arrest
Grosse Pomte Park police
rece,\E-d d Sell.,,, I)f talls <.on- both suspects One '~'3S a ]l1\T
~
cermng ,;everal inCidents 111 the rule and was turned over to hIS
~
family.
1200 block of Balfour between
The othtl'" was arrested for
11 p m Monday, Feb 8 and 4
fleemg and eludmg and dnvmg
a m Tuesday, Feb 9
whIle hcense suspended
He IS
A Cdr parked In a dnveway
had a wmdow smashed and $2 free on $1, "iOQ bond pendmg
In
Park
In change taken
Another mCI- hl~ arraignment
• dent 1m olved the theft of a CD mumc!pal court
player from a car parked m a
dnveway Entry was gamed by
smashmg a wmdov.
When Grosse Pomte Woods
The final mCldent concerned
the theft of a 1990 P1vmnn>h pollce officers stopped a dnver
Voyager, parked In the ;ear of a tor dnvmg erratIcally, the la~t
thmg they expected
to find
home
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ere
a
lot
of
guns
P')lIce said all the mCldents
The inCIdent began at about
are hkely to be connected. The
7 p m on Thursday, Feb 12 An
thefts remam under InvestIgaofficer on patrol saw a pIckup
hon
truck weavIng In and out of
traffic whIle turnmg west onto
Venner from Mack
At about 345 a m on
When the officer stopped the
Wednesda), Feb 11 wrole on velucle and questIOned the dn.
routine patrol a Grosse Pomte ver, he noted the smell of alco\
Park
publIc
safety
officer hol
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observed three cars traveling
The dnver's mablhty to peron CharleVOIX
form roadsIde
sobriety
test
The officer.:. saw two cars also fatled to fill the officer
• turn onto Somerset and cross \\Ith confidence m the dnver A
Mack_ It appeared that the dn
prehmma!)
breath
test
• vers pamc1wd when seeIng the showed a blood alcohol level of
pollce car
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The officer fo!1o\\ed and sa\\
The dnver was taken Into
_the cars cru.'7 Mack and stop custody and asked If there
In the 41OO"'hlock of SomE'rset
were any weapons In the vehiThe drl\E'rs of the tars then got cle
out and ran a\\ av
He said no, but a search
An mvestlgatlOn
revealed
turned up a 45 cahber auto
that the two vehicles, a 1997 matlc, a 32 cahber automatic
Ford TaUI'm
and a 1994 a kIufe unit> a sLx-mch blade
PC,li-:"J.aC 1\. a.U;:'PVl I., iJdU JU~L
ana $1,4UU m cash
• 'been
stolen
In tne
CIty I)f
The dnver, a Florida man.
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Grosse POInte
saId he forgot
about
tht>
,
The office- said the third car, weapons He was alTested for
a :-';"VlI, ~'ontmued gomg west
operatmg
a motor
.. ehlc1e
on CharlevOIX A car matchmg
whIle under the mfluence of
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mwxlcatmg- ilquor" ana carrvstOlen m the elt) earher that mg concealed weapons
He IS
evenmg
free on $1,000 hond
But that was not the end e,f
1 " , the star:;... Another Park patrol
: ,car, at about 4 15 am,
was
-,.
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Or
the suspects w1.e:1 he saw a car
If you're gOIng to arcldentalspeed off After a bnef chase, ly shoot yourself, there arp ftow
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places better to do It than In
the parkmg lot outSIde a hasp.tal emergenc) room
On Thursda)-,
Feb 12, at
5 45 pm, a secunty guard
leavmg work at He'1rv Ford
Cottage HospItal aCCIdentally
shot hImself \1 hl:e stanng hi ~
pnvately owned Colt 4') r"~t()l
In
hIS vehIcle
WhlCh \\ as
parked
m
the
hospItal's
ernplo)ee parkmg lot
The bullet passed through
hiS left thu,h and lnrlp'.,rt m tho>
lOner dnver SIde pa;el of hIs
velucle
SeCUrIty
per sonnel
at
Cottage are unarmed and the
guard who shot hlIDself dId not
have the gun WIth hIm on the
Job, said a hospItal spokesman
The vIcbm .,ought treatment
at Cottage
Pollee secured the weapon,
whIch \\ as regtotered
The
owner prOVIded the pohce all
reqUIred gun penUlt"
- .1Im Stzek!ord
Unsuccessful
grand theft auto
Car thieves aren't always
successful
.
<\ mdn hvmg In the 600
block of RIvard said thdt durmg the mght of TUesday. Feb
10 someone tned to steal hI»
1997 4-door Mercury Sable
He reported to police that hIS
CdI' had been broken lOto and
tho
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Shore" publlc safety officers
patrollmg Lakeshore chalked
up three arreosts mvolvmg
all,UnOI ano controlled
substances on Saturday, Feb 14
At 2 39 am, officers noticed
~ dnver weavmg his car along
northbound
Lakeshore
near
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eXIted hlS car and saId, "You
got me for drunk dm mg "
The drn er, a 43-year-old
man from Detro!t, blew an ImtIal breath test of 17 but
refused to cooperat~ In a subsequent test at the statIOn
He spent the mght m 1all,
posted '1 $100 bond and \\ as
released
Later that
mght.
pohce
pulled o\er t\~O women In a
1993 Ford Escort at 11 49 P m
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"DlversUled Excellence In Dentistry"
19838 Mack Avenue
Grosse Pointe Woods
(313) 886.9201
YOU'RE INVITED ....
JEFFREY J. COLTON, MD, AND STAFF INVITE YOLTTO AN
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PolIce
breakmg mto l'a'"~ tf) steal all'
bags.
~ hlch
are
sold
to
unscrupulous
auto parts dealers, sometIme>. to be bought
aga.n. by \ IctIms of aIr bag
thieves
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Grosse Pointe War Memorial'.
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War ~l:emonal ceprbentatl\ es that program'
\\ auld
be scnpted and not a freefor-all It would be a dIrected and focused sho\l,
'I ..e been domg It e\ PI'
smce It has brought me m
touch WIth rneP1bers of the
COMmumtj I'm amdzed at
the nchness and dl' er51t\
of talent that I~ In Gros"e
Po:nte It s tn!l) a remark
able commumt\ "
Amy Par.el, -the Gras;€'
Pomte War :'I1.emonal's
dIrector of commumt\ tele
VISIOn sen Ices sala that It
has al\l, a) s been the \Yar
Memonal's responslblht)
to pro ....lde local ongmatlOn
cable teleVISIOn program
mmg Grosse Pomte Cable
now owned b.. Comcabt.
was ongmall) o....ned by
the War Memonal
Comeast purchased the
com pall) In 1994
The purchas(' agreement
called for the War
:\1emonaJ to cuntlnue to
pro\lde the local programmmg. Panel said To that
end a $2 Im\1lOn produc
tlOn faclilt\ capable of
record1l1g and broadcasting
See CABLE. page 2B
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Chrysler Corporation presents
HICKEY'S
SINCE 1900
.hf
Staff Writer
GettlTlg on ttd,,\ ISll
these 0:1)' \,n t hard A~h
Pomterc John Pro,t or
,rnhanna GIlbe-t or .Jull[j
Ke,rn or Da\ld Drapel
\ Each of these ppople has
hIS or her o'>\n televlslnn
sho\\ broadcast on Gro~se
POinte Ct.-ble - Channel 5
The sho\\s dre produced
by the Gre'sse Pomte Wf:>.r
:Memonal at a studIO run
b) toe organizatIOn at Its
headquarters, 32
Lakeshore
John Prost a former
G'-osse POlIIte Park counCilman IS the producer and
hos: of Pomters \\<,th
Prost: an mterHew sho\l,
He fir<;t became mvolved
v. Ith local ongmahon programming as an mteT\'lev. ee
"In ';temer had an
mterVIP\\ "ho,\ In the
1980. - Prost said "I v.as
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m TJ1\ capactty a" a Park
rouncllman and bpcause of
m) m,ol\ement
In local
ReDubhcan pohtlcs When
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a comparable sho'>\ I've
been domg this "Ioce about
1987 '
Johanna Gilbert became
10\ olved In the War
Memonal " commun:t~
tele\l~lOn senlces 12 ) ears
ago Colbert 1<; a ~mger
When tht; ne\" e\ olnng
local cr.ble "J ,tern camp on
own show as a part of the
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"1[\~11g
orche»tras TC-e one dra'"
back c:m bt' louna In some 01
the arrangenH'nts,
hl,.e
Charles Gerhat ctt '" fOI
. An,enca the tieautlful" and
"Batt Ie Hvmn of the
M Irian Anderson;
Sp ntuals (ReA)
" mg
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en~emble
,. h('lt'h
of \\.hl"n
~""("o
.,telltonan and o\erblo\\ n
they II make }OU laugh Gut
loud Better .ire the ::nmpler
arrangements,
lIke an unaccompamed "Were You
Then'," through which
PIlce's Immense ar1lstrv
shmes like the sun
.
,,0
out of4'
he American contralto
\,,:man Anderl>on (1897~93) IS stIll remembered bv
Jome pnmanly because of •
the ruckus caused bv the
Daughter:> of the AIbencan
RevolutIOn, who, m 1939,
refused her penmsslOD io
smg ill Washmgton, D C 's
ConstitutIon
Hall, wluch
they owned, because of her
race. (Fu'st Lady ElearlOr
Roosevelt resigned from the
DAR and arranged for
Anderson to perform on the
steps of the Lmcoln
Memona1, where she sang
for 75.000 people. \
But thIS CD. contammg 32
spmtuals
recorded between
1961 and 1964, proVIdes a
much stronger reason for
remembenng
the
Ph:ladelphia-bom
Anderson
her magmficent VOice
She is a true contralto,
and, for some reason, God
doesn't create many of them
Proofl Itahan conductor
Arturo Toscan.im's response
to Anderson after heanng
her SlOg "A VOicelIke yours
is heard once In a hundred
years."
How fortunate to have
that VOice preserved through
recordmgs like this one! The
velvety low notes, the fearless lugh notes, the clear dlcbon, and above all the excepbonal musical mtelhgence
WIth whIch the VOice IS used
- all mark Anderson as one
of our country's most valuable musical treasures
The
SpiritUalS on thiS generous
72.minute CD range from
favontes 1J.ke"He's ~t the
Whole World m lUs Hands"
and "SometImes I Feel Like
a Motherless ChIld" to less
\\ell-known selectIOns hke
"You Go" and "I've been
'Buked " Each 1" a revelatIOn, each allows vou to
marvel at the umqueness of
her VOIce, each ultImately
makes vou wonder how those
DAR m"embers could have
been so tone-deaf
Leontyne
Price:
Spirituals, Hymns &
Sacred Sonp (RCA)
***
Rating.
When Leontyne Pnce
made her debut as Alda at
Milan's La Scala m 1960 one
of the leadmg MIlanese cntlCS wrotP. ~ThlS IS the vOice
VerdI was tlunkmg of when
he composed the opera"
Throughout her careerwhIch contmues today, in her
71st ) ear, In rare recital
appearances
- tlus pnceless
Pnce has tnumphed m a
va'1et~' of roles from Verdt to
Sanhlel Bar~r, from
R,;, .. hard Strauss to the spmtuals. hymns and sacred
songs that make up thiS twoCD set, part of ReA's "The
Essentlal Leontyne Pnce"
senes Included amo:r.g the
42 traCKS, which were
recorded between 1961 and
1982, are spmtuals hke
"RIde On, Kmg Jesus" and
"Sit Down, Servant," hymns
lIke "Amazmg Grace" and
"The Church's One
FoundatIOn" and patnotlc
numbers hke "Amenca the
Beautiful" and "Battle Hymn
Paul Robeson: "Songs of
Free Men" (Sony
Classical)
****
RatIng
The Amencan bass-bantone Paul Robeson (18981976) was a controversial
figure, chIefly because he
embraced Commumsm It>
the 1940s folloWlne a tour of
the SOVIet Umon, Such controversy fades m the presence of hIS stunnmg artIstry,
Just !IS It does In the case of
(krman composer Richard
Wagner, the avowed &.!lb.
Semite who v.as Adolf
Hitler's fa"'onte composer.
The 25 selectlons on thiS 71minute CD, part of Sony's
"Masterworks
Hentage~
senes, bhow that Robeson
used hu; VOice Wlth consIstent taste and elegant musl.
C1anSh1i>
There are splntuals
("Balm In Gllead~). worksongs ("Joe HIWJ, folk songs
("John Henry"), claSSical
songs (MenGelssohn's "The
Lord God of Abraham" J ooer.
atlc selections «(krshv.m;s
altAm't NecessarLly So") and
tunes from claSSIC mmucals
(Kern s "Old Man Rlver")
One might challenge
Robeson's pohtical decrslOns,
but any careful listener
would have to resp~t hIS
mUSIcal gtfts
,
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no. h
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Wa~T~ten~onalr~ro;ert)'"
"Currently we ha",e 21
hc"IN ....
1 pr-.gr"Y'ITT'l'ng :> '1'1),
Pill\l'! :>,l.Id~Wf: produce 15
>o} 0\'" of our o\\n, but we al~o
,.ho\\ t!w EwnomIc Club C'f
Dl,trOlt s taped speeches"
The goal. Pal"Vel Sald, 1& to
prC'lloote (ommumty programmlllg through the War
l\lemonaJ
.lnt. ~nuVr~, lue~uv.
are ab,)ut II vanet> of "l.bJecLs
of mterest to Grosse PomtE'rs
"The mSJonty of the shov.s
\\e prodlOc" arc the result of
ordll'!iT} reSIdents commg III
and 'pltchmg' an ldea," she
saId ~Ofu>n peoplt' want us to
do a sho\\ on a partlcular subJect to promote some event In
those cases, we try to guIde
them to a show we are already
prodUCIng \\-'hat we are lookmg for IS a comffiltment to
produce one show a week for a
season, wroch lasts from
September to June"
"What people have to
remember IS that the War
Memonal proVides the techmcal assistance needed to put
on the show," Prost saId,
"thmgs llke eqmpment and
camera people We have to act
as our own producers In my
case, that means findlOg
guests, arrangtng mtemews
and dom!! research I have to
fill an hour a week Wlth my
show, but It takes conSiderably
longer than an hour to do all
the work needed to put on the
{'I;
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show"
Shows don't have to be produced at the War Men..onal
sturno They ha"e the equipment needed to produce 8
show from a remote locabon,
Parvel sald The "Who's m the
KItchen?" show IS taped at the
kItchen of the Pomte Pedlar,
whIch 18 located on the Hill
Parvel 18 the semor producer of 'Young View Pomtes,' a
show produced and put on by
youths between the ages of 1013.
"fm partlcularly proud of
Young View POlDleS," she said
"Every year I put an ad m the
Grosse Pomte News staung
that I am lookIng for !ods
mterested In workmg on their
Many local residents
plan
to mark thts day by mdulgmg
m a paczkl
(pronounced
POONCH-key)
a Jelly
doughnut-l1ke
pastry
made
popular
by Detroit's
Polish
communIty
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can pack a
mean punch
to the L:<>.rt ,
accordmg to Beth Ledford, a
registered
dlebban
Wlth the
Heart Smart program at the
Henry
Ford
Heart
and
Vascular Insbtute
A three-meh
paczkl
tair,s about 400 calones
17 grams offat
"For
that
same
con-
nes, JOll could consume an
entire
meal a turkey
slilldWlch
Wlth mustard,
a
banana,
a handful
of baby
raw carrots
and a fig newton," LedfOl d saId
If you choose to md~ge m
a paczkJ., what Wlll it take to
burn off the calones?
and
400 calo-
"Plan about four lIllles or
60 minutes
of brisk walkmg
to work off those calories,"
said Steven
Keteyian,
program
director
for cardiac
wellness
at the Henry Ford
Heart and Vascular Institute
If you are lookmg for a
more productive way to burn
off the caloTles, you can start
your spnng cieamng early.
It WIll take 2 1/2 hours (If
mdustnous
scrubbmg
and
moving furniture
to work off'
the calories in one paezla..
.
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Memonal winners at the Neighborhood Club Mel Cunnmg:tam,
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What's on channelS?
Conversations
with
Collectors:
Host
Susan
Hartz focuses on all kmds of
mterestmg
collectIOns
by
local children and adults anythmg from bottle caps to
Waterford crystal
bmel} busmess Issues, commumty affairs and topICS of
mterest to semors
The S.O.C. Show:
Fran
Schonenberg and her guests
diSCUSS topICS and events of
mterest to semor CItizens
The Eastside
Examiner:
Thmgs to Do, Places to
Host JulJa Keun hlghhghts
Go, People to See: Barbara
upcoming
local, non-profit
speCial events and mte!"V1ews DenIer hosts an mformatlve
look at what's happemng at
the local reSidents mvolved
the
Grosse
Pointe
War
The Economic
Club of Memonal
Detroit: Natlonally known
'Vitalit). Plus: A 30guest
speakers
dISCUSS a
vanety
of tImely tOPICS of mmute aerobiC, body tonmg
mterest to the busme"s com- and step exercise class 1S
offered four tlmes a day_
mumty
JohaDDa
Gilbert
Interviews;
Johanna
GIlbert mtemews
local and
VISiting
celebntJes
IhscusslOns range from local
mUSIcal, theatncal,
spmtual
and artiStiC eVt:nts
The I.egal Insider: Local
attorney DaV1d Draper takes
an mSlde look at some of
today's
most talked about
legal Issues and mtervll'WS
guests.
Out of the Ordinary ._
Into
the Extraordinary:
Host Robert Taylor discusses
out-of~the-ordmary
people,
places and Ideas
Pointe!> of Horticulture:
HortIcultunst
Jrm Farquhar
shares
tips, gives expert
adVIce 8."l.d conducts mternr!th
2.~J.thC'""1hc>s (:In ,
gardernng
Watercolor
Workshop:
Pointe artlst Carol LaChlUsa
demonstrates
watercolor
techmques SImple enough for
begmners, yet challengmg to
expenenced artists.
Who's in the Kitchen?:
Is
It your
neIghbor?
Your
mend? The chef at a nearby
restaurant?
Churk ::aess
and Bill Smith
are the
kItchen hosts
Young View Pl>mtes: The
show by and for young people
features
students repcrtmg
on a vanety of tOPICS that
mterest
youngsters
and
teens
'U1eUTC1
The
Reading
Chair
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Young croldren
hear stones
told by MISS
Gloria
Senior
Men's
Club:
Guest
speakers
address
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the e'ilrmated rrsldcn1laJ multIplier for 1993 I, I 00 and e.,t1mated
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home which \"ould affect ItS \alue (asoeosm'nt)
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See your War M!'monal
Program of Events for times
Most Channel 5 offenngs liIe
repeated several times each
week
1998 BOARD OF REVIEW SESSIONS
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The kH)" f1udmon by dOll1g
saId "Domg thl" "ho\\ 1<; hke
thflr own one-mmute story I
an ex[r" iluru .. \\(JI K J.'::"b'I1th(n de(.lde If the} have what
ment E'\ en \\ eek They are
t t 11.'
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tra''1ed on ~ow to u,p ca~1 d \!::, ~() Ill..."", a ,.
lvmnlltrnt>nt"
eras Mv goal IS t.:l traJrl them
The I,.ld" drt' then gn en 19
,,0 ",ell thdt ",hen th.,y get to
different tUplC" to co\er ol'er
high s(hool, they can test out
the school year One week th\!) of the b€gmner VIdeo cJal>~es
mIght hav!' to do a sho\\ on
and ad\ ance nght away to the
cookmg and the next week
more dlmwlt courses"
they mIght ha\e to do a show
Parvel sald that the sclled;~H':"........
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Parvel 8all1 she proHdes her sho\\::, don't stay on the air for
expertJ::,e to help the Iuds, but
ever People move on and that
they do the work They do the
re4 ..me" lhe War Memonal to
research, thev work the earnbe ready
eras and they do the on-au
Anyone mtel ested III prorepertmg
ducmg a sho,,", can call Parvel
uThe kIds are super and
at (313) 881-7511
Pointers
with
Prost:
Host John Pr0st mtemews
well-known
local
people
about timely toPiCS
It's called fFat Tuesday' for a good reason
Tuesday, Feb 24 is the day
Defore Ash Wednesday, otherWise known as Fat Tuesday
- the last day for revelry
and gorging
before the 40
da)s of Lent begm
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Three CDs showcase
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IllSt0ry ,
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United Way auction will be at Detroit Opera House
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Umted Wav Commumty
Sen Ice, '" III hold Ito ",eventh
annudl Mdklng Dreams
Happen aUltlOn on Fr.di'Y
F?\) 27, at the DetrOIt Upera
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Proc~ed., frum th ...benefit
wIll go to Um,ed Wav's }outh
progI ams, ",luch encourage
youth leadershIp, teamwork
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Grosse Pomte resIdent Anne
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Umverslt) of Mlchlgan and a
>. 1996 graduate ofUmversity
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Leading the auction volunteer committee for the United Way Community Services' "Making Dreams Happen~
are four Grosse Pointers. From left, are Jim and AnD
Nicholson and Joan and Bill Gehrke.
"Mv f'xpenence with thf>
youth pro~ams was the most
v.orth",hlk thmg 1 dId m lugh
schoo!'" Magreta sald "It gave
nc an opportumty to mE'et
and "'ork wlth people from different neIghborhoods,
provldmg sen'lct' through vaned
actIV1tles. The perspective J
gamed on lIfe, people and serV1ceto commumt) enhanced
the academIC educatIOn I
r£>CelVedm the dassroom '
The evenmg beguls at 6
p m and ""ll mclude a Sltdo.vn dmner catered by Opuc;
One, sIlent and lIve aUL'tlOns,
raffle pnzes (grand pnze IS a
1999 Plymouth Prowler), and
a speclal performance by Jazz
saxophomst Kenny G
TIcket.s are $150 a person
fo malce a re~erva.tlOn or purchase rame tIckets, call
Vernessll Williamson at
313) 226-9413
Evening
Italian-American Delegates
of Hope:
LeukemIa, Research, Llfe lnc
lS puttmg the final touches on
ItS 17th annual
"EvenIng of
Hope" dmner dance. WhICh
WIll be held on Saturday,
Feb
28 at LaUTpl Manor m
L1Voma
Close to 1,000 guests are
expecte,d to attend and plan.
ners hope to ralse $ 75.000 or
more to benefit the non.profit
orgamzatlOn dedIcated to the
ehmmatlOn of Ch1ldhood cancers through research at
Meetings
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Plantmg
for Spnng m your
Thursday, Feb 26, at a plwate
club III Grobse Pomte
The G:l.rdcr>" w111 be prE'o;pnted from
The Grosse Pomte
Park
speake" \,,,11be Dr Lylas Mogk. 10 a m to noon Saturday,
Garden Club met Feb 9 for medIcal dIrector of the Visual March 7. by Mary Half, TIm
Boland
and
Laura
COlt,
lunch at the Victona
Place
RehabllltatlOn
and Research
authors
of
"MIchIgan's
Roger Sutherland gave a shde Ct'nter of southeast MIchIgan
presentatIOn, "Flowers Reany
TIle Women's ConnectIOn 15 a Gardeners GUIde"
The event "''111 be held m the
Know How to Get Thmgs
women's support and networkactIVItIes Tvvm vii the ~~c
Done"
mg group
for profeSSIOnal
women and those entenng the day as the Grosse POInte Board
of Realtors Home and Garden
workforce For more mforma.
Expo
tIon, or to make a reservatIOn,
The Grosse Pomte Camf'ra
Garden
Center
members
call Nancy Neat at (810) 777Club wlil meet at 7 p m
0888 dunng the day, or (313) may attend frE'€' The charge for
Tuesday, Feb 24, at Brownell
882-1855 evemngs, by Monddy, non-membE'r" IS $5
MIddle School for a program on
non Jensen, flcral arranger
mght
photography
by BIll Feb 23
and owner of The Arrangement
Euchanan
Refreshments
Will
FlOWfOr Shop, wlll present a
he served and V1sltor& are welprogram
at
7 30
Pm
come For infonnahon,
call
The annual
founder's
day Thun,dav Mmch 12, In the AIt
~313) 824-9064 or (313) 822. dmner of the Taft chapter of R00m of the War Memorial
the SIgma Nu PhI (legal) fra. The publlc IS welcome and
7080
ternlty of the DetrOIt Colll'ge of refr<!shments Wlll be served
Law WIll be held on Fnday,
For worE' mformatlOn about
Feb
27, at Lau.-el ManOl, eIther event, call (3131 881The
Grosse
POlnte
3£1000 Schoolcraft 1ll LIVoma
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Tup~day
through
N e\VCOmeN Club Wlll nleet on
The speaker WIll be Justice
Thursday oet ....een 10 a m and
Saturday,
Feb
21,
at Manlyn
J Kelly
of thE' 4 F m
Flshbone's MardI Gras Cafe for
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Cocktails hegm at 6, dmner
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For
WIll be sen'ed at 8 p m The
more mformatIOn, call Stpye
SelectIve Singles SOCIal and
cost IS $40 a person To m3.ke a
and Amy Murphy at (313) 885- reservation, call Neil J Lehto Travel Club, a !>mgles club for
1761 or CraJ.g and Dawn
at (810) 726-1000 or e-mall to people 45 and older, Wlll meet
Bloomfield at (313) 882-5269
on Fnday, Feb 27 at Bravo's,
[email protected]
29047 UtIca m Rosev;lIe, for
wckt.al1s,
conversatIOn
and
dlllner at 6'30 pm For leserThe Groc;se Pomte Garden
vatlOns call Ramona at (313)
Center has plannt!d t\\O sjJllnf
8R4-2986 or Bob at (810) 777The Women's ConnectIon of lectures
"PlaTJmng
and 6508
Grosse Pomte wlll meet on
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parks, helpmg c:uldren and
older lldult:" In relreath.mal
actn,tles and abslstmg In
homeless shelters
"More opportumtle<, are
needed wht>re ,onlh Ci'll feel
f'ncouragecl, empo ....ered and
know ti'1elr talents greatly contnbute to the commuruty,"
saId Grosse Pomter Jim
Nicholson,
who 1&shanng
tt."" auctlOn chaIrmanshIp for
the benefit with hl~ WIfe, Ann,
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Representatives of the Italian-American Delegates recently presented a $1,500
check to the Children'. Home of Detroit, 900 Cook ill Grosse Pointe Woods. The
lAD has been an annual contributor to the eHD for the last five years.
From left, are Dr. Angelo Tocco; Vito Tocco: Michael Horwitz, executive
of the CHD: Sam Ventimiglia: and Gary Taormina.
Children's HospItal of
MIchIgan
The masters of ceremony
w111be TV personalitIes
Den,se Dador, Llla Lazarus
and Rlch Flsher The evenmg
,vill begm at 6 30 p m and
\\'111 mclude cocktalls
a sllent
auctIOn, dmner, danClng and a
raffle
Among the Grosse Pomters
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1\ckets are $60 a person To
order, call Eileen Surma at
(313) 581-5647
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"Oscar NIght.Amenca,"
a
fundralser for DetrOIt. Fllm
Theatre. WIll be heJd for the
second year m a row on
yuu guessed It
Oscar
~lght, Monday, March 23
The evemng WIll be dedIcated to all the glamour and ghtz
of Hollywood and WIll be held
at Intermezzo Restaurante
m
DetrOIt's Hanname Park
Last year's party, a sellc"t,
raIsed more than $40,000
This year's honorary chaJ.rmen are Mayor Dennis W.
Archer and the Honorable
Trudy Archer and Mr. and
Mrs. Elmore "Dutch"
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buffet supper open bar, mulhpie large screen projectIOns of
the Oscar telecast, a !lye auctlon ""th local celebnty auctloneers and pnzes Each
guest ..ill get an offiClal
Academ)! Awards poster and a
hmlted edltlOn program like
the one glven to guests at the
reaL Academy AVoaras ceremony III Los Angeles
Among the Grosse Pomters
who are nn the board of dlrec
tors of the Cmematlc Arts
COunCIl. E. Ra)' Scott, Ralph
Mandarino and Diane
Schoenith. Shirley Young IS
on the COUI1Cll'sadv]soI}
board
Action Auction
The Grosse Pointe Academy's Action AuctioD committee held an update reception 8t the home of Barb
and D.J. Kennedy recenUy, as plans for the annual
{undraiser are under way. Th~me for the 1998 benefit. which will be held on May 6 and 9: "It's Elementary."
This year's Action Anction chairmen are, from left.
John and Sheri Conway, Dr, cathy Nowosielski and
Jeff Lutz.
Tickets for the benefit will go on sale in March. For
more information,
call l"I'ancy Collins at (313) 8861221.
The e'oent ,\ 111ml1ude dmner at Rlfata and a performance at Second C',l\ 1 ~e
W1ves of the Red \I.mgs have
plannpd an auction of s..lrpnse
,terns The Stanley Cup v. II,
also be on dlspla~
ChalTIIlen of the ,,\ ent are
Cynthia Ford of Groes~
Pomte Farms and Annette
Kolon. Other Grosse Pomters
Involved m the benefit !Delude
Dale Austin and Diane
Schoenith.
T1cket~ <lre ';20() F"r mfor
matlOn call the JDF office at
1248) 569-6171
Northeast Gmda.nce Center
WIll hold an open house for
prospective members on
Tuesday, March 3, at 6 30 P 1,1
m thp tRnms hou"e of the
Grosse Pomte Hunt Club, 655
Cook m Grosse Pomte Woods
ALr.~EGC IS a non-profit
grOl:p of more than 100
women who enhance the obJectIves of the Northeast
GUldance Center through vol.
unteer and finanCial assIstance Members v.ark m a
haIlds-on caP~Clt~.,:t-'l:l..."lnl~g
and caIT),ng out fundralsmg
and fnE''1d.ralsmg actlv,tles,
mcludmg the arlllual Art on
the Pomte~ event held each
Jur~ on the grounds of the
Edsel & Eleanor Ford House
ReservatIOns are necessaJ}
for the open house For more
mformatlOn, call \313' 824-
Seatmg for ~Oscar :.lIght
Amenca" IS hmlted Guests
are encouraged to dress up .n
theIr best Hollywood attlre
T1ckets are $125 Call the DL.<\
volunteer office at 1:313\ S330247
Bring a friend: The
A",slstB.nce League to the
Benefit dinner: The
ComposIte Lodge Xo 49!:1and
Laurel AcaCIa Ea ...tgate Xo
477 Free & Accepted )'lasons
are sponsonng a benefit dmner for Judy Busby at 6 30
pm Wednesday. )1ar.:h 11, at
Pomte Masomc Temple, 1850
Vernier In Grosse POln;.e
\Voods Tlckets are S20 a.nd all
proceeds Vo'111
benefit Busb~
and her chIld For mformat,on call Ray b\ Monda).
::\larch 9, at \313) 331-2104
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On the Town: The
Juvemle Diabetes FoundatIOn
Will present
"Off the Ice and
On the To\\ n: a speCIal
evemng \\ lth Red Wmgs players and coaches on Monday,
Feh 2'1 to h"nPfit the fou;,da-
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Afardle' Rem, Sm:th
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Will
hold a tea at 1 pm
annol;n~d
that Michael
A master of dn,mly degree from
Thurscia}. Feb 19 Presented
Wasche\'skl
WIll
Jom the Bnte DmIJIty School. He IS
Hotel of
He IS a member
of the b\ the To,",nsend
church staffMarrh 1 as Its new currentl~ pursumg a doc.:torate Pr'i'sbytenan
the afternoon
A.ssoclatlOll of Blrmmgham.
aSSOC'late pa<;tor
fr>O<l mU8,C ane
of dl\'In,t} dCgTee
MusK:ans and "'111a~slst ....,tb ',\llJ 'ndude
He \\ III l,5e his skills as a the cllUreh's musIc and choral fellow~hIp To make a rt:!spna
\Vaschevsl\l earned a belch,,- Certtfiea
tlon call (810. 779-6111
Chn~tlan
Educator
programs.
ele') \\e<ln.."da\
The
Hr \ (" r:l]d P K<1('!C'J
d ....1 lhe :i p n gdrdcn
rh
/T.r'''tf
season
On Ash Wednesday, Hol)
Services
Will
contmu~
Communion and ImpOSItion of
_-\"hes Vllll be offered at both throughout Lent at noon and
at 7 30 P m Wednesdays
ser."lees
"Toods Presbyterian names new associate pastor
....~
.......
,) I
~J""'ldf"
well a'S each
1)
u..
P(llntF
Hn.'n p, :TJef. Dr,'l r, ,on ot
j"hn "r rl \f {! \ /:"rdr IMolm of
" 'l'ldT",
rlIt' ,,' .JUI\ J2
]q(J
• th(
n'r1.' of 1;"(
Wednesda~
untll
April
1
SeI":H:es begm at 1030 a m
and \nll be followed by a bJffet
lunch WIth a free mil offen.."lg,
the 7;JO p m service., w1Il be
preceded by a Lenten supper at
6 p m also \111 th a free wllI
offermg
celebratLOn at FIrst Eng!ll:h Ev
Lutheran Church, 800 VernIer
III Grosse Pomte Woods, IS ~ln
the Upper Room and Garden"
FINt F.:nghsb VI"lli offer t....o
servIces on Ash Wednesday.
H~<lI'FelJo".hJ~
IC 15 Th. Ho!~Euchm.[
bnde ~
ThrJrr.a<
d
",1..t:
Euchanst
WIth the bles~lDg
and dlstnbutlOn of ashel, at
three "ervlces (7 30 am. noo-,
and
7 30
pm)
on
A<h
Wedllesday, F eb 25
First English Lutheran offers Lenten services
&.: ('uree
DobieDoolin
rid""}',
"pODu~
St James Lutheran Church
1 iO McMIllan 1'1 G1"()sse Pair +l
farms, WIll bt!gm th€ Lenten
tram left. an: Stephan1e Rh.derkDecbt. Stephanie Jerger, Diane R.i:.lderknecbt.
Marg8l?t Mary Fitzgerald. CharUe and 5c:ott RlnderJmecbt and Adam Steiner.
~~
.r
fl, 't~F:~,~~...~
Stepha me Elaine Samclel
daughter
of G"",enn Bashara
Samuel of Harper Woods, for
merl\ of thE: Clt} of Gro~se
POI'1te, and Ron Samuel
of
Ferndale
marfled
?\:lark
Cdpnottl "on of Bla'r CapnottJ
of Lev'tto\~n,
Pei'n
and
Bc.r'me CapnottI
o! Lt" t:ov.n
on Jan
H,
199b a' "t
Flon<B
a lav. degr"c from the
~11tr.~el ~ cn <lrl0
l''1l'.(r~lt\ Jf VIrginia and a
The Rev Roten E ~el!\ offi~I'a,ter s d"gree In bU-l';C,S
Ciated at thr ') p m "pn lee
acmlr.istratt
JJl
from
tr::e
v. h ch \Ias f,,:10'.'.e:: by a rE'Clpl:nn ...r"It~ of ~flcn ,g,Hl He ",
Lon at The \\ hl tne \
an !nH."trr.ent
hiln!{(>~
v.lth
The bnde v.nre an off-thl..
Rei,mono Jame< &: A"~ocla~<
,hO,lJdE:r
headed ;:0\1> n \\ lth d
Th, CCJUplE hODc-'rmouned
r
C!JthedrilJ-IEmg-th - tram
She
L<lflcj(Jr Er,gland. ar.d Irel;md
earned a cd"rade cfv.h,te rose,
Th",'. L\c In Tampa
and c:t,.-:.rg-d7cr::,
[he rr3U on ot honor " ,~ tre
r .ir;\
F&r:ml5.
1 p.m. 00. Sunday. Tick.
ets are $7 for adulb; $6 for seniors and children. For tickets, call (313) 881.7511.
Cut members are shown .in the back row. from left: Ian Bojanic. Elizabeth
CroD!D, ADysoD Smith. Paul Calos, Alyssa Simon and Katie Klink. In the frent.
~ lllJ
~llcht.lie Applegak Chnstme
Harm;, and Llllua R€Yl.."l
1 he bnc:lE: earned a Da~he.
Jor;; degrel.. In b_;,ITJ€S" admmI-trat'on from the L TlI\erslty of
\Ilchlgan
Shl.. - a certIfied
pur ht a~cv lnt",.l ....Hr. rnce
\\ l~rhouse In T'1TTJpa
Tne grooIT' E:alned d bachE:'
,or ~ dq,rr.:e ,I, I'l""me __ adm.nl,trdtJOn 'r ,m thE: L'D1\ (r ,Jt\ of
J1'
Pointe
Performances wiD be at 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Saturday;
Gf()S~e Pu rile ;:dr-ns ~aa4-~.)5 I
\ ocahst
Donald
VareJla
'"'as the pIper
&adc.rs '"ere
POl
to
lun
St. James
Lutheran plans
Lenten services
Grosse Pointe Children'. Theater will preaent MCbeaper by the Dozen" 00. Saturday and Sunday, Feb, 21 and 22m the WWlam Fries Auditorium. 32 Lakeshore in
the
(yro ......t
a
(hurcn ~ cnOlr ana Dell (hOlr-
I S~~t~'~~nl~t~Pe~~~Ch
G'TJelner III of Grosse Pomte
Farms Bnan &::Ith FaJrero of
Atlanta
Jonathan
PaUl
Jennt:1'. Eeln of Tarnpd, Fla , Jon
Chnstopher
Mazzoh of St
Louls
and Warren
Walter
Woodcock of ~flaml
Da"e \\agner \\as the Ol'gdnIS,
~!ona De~uIS
I'.a~ the
tr.lmpett-r ElIse Calhoun I'.a"
(,".)nn
lJr
"c'(,r
0f :n~
at
looo
PomtE: Pa'-k
Attenddnt~ \ (re floor.j",ngth
Iliac (repe dr"~-E'" "jtll Empire
\\ alst Lnes an d cdrn~d 'in!'
DcuquHb of j.JurplE: ana \\ r;te
larkspur
and
....hite
ar,Q
.Japan<,'~e a<tp",
The best
mrin ',1 as thE:
groom's br0ther StepJ-.en Lee
Butcher of Stllan, Fla
Groom"men ",ere thl:' brde's
.1.1 ....
"'dl
S I, U t n e d ~ t
:'-1IChlgdI'
::.~'100 of the
E\ dn~elJcal
Lutheran Church In Amenca
'StP\ens was honorE"d "n F(:;,
14 for her S€m<.e to the tD <.In,
mdvdmg SLX years as th~.r
mdn of the board of ....or-hI:
dnd m:Jslc. 15 ye:irs
In th,
.... inolJ.t.
L'
.~ vffJ...-t1J
~"dr
::.Vlt:'J
,\ "rt a ~,Jh. satH:
tt<:- go\" r.. that
featur(:d.:i'"'
cch.hn..= butto')' In t},( l dch ,''1d a (hape]ene'th I'd,"
a(.(l:'1I~d
\\It!"! a
... Hout
1,O'>'> Her
n1atlhlng Rc.dKh of Seattl~
<at~ledra!-j(n!f-h
'o€ll '>'a" held
BndE: 'maId~ \\ ere ~legan
0\ a sll)" ~atln l10\' dnd ~he carBonanm (,t PlE:asant R,dge and
ned a ea-(dGE' vf st<lrga..:ers, Ehsabcth
ReP'llck
of San
purple
In) dJOv. freeSIa
FrancI~(,o
s:ephanotls and rose"
Attendants
\\ ore
....h,te
short-slee\ ed sl~k chemIses
and lonli s.lh "klrts ill purple
emerald gr€'€n and royal blue
The\ camed oDuquets ?f cream
and pmk roses
The best
man
I'.as the
groom's brothf'r. Chnstopher
Doohn of Schaumburg
Groomsmen
were
Chnstopber
GdL.er of ChICago
and Thomas Hatch of Gros~
POinte Farms
The groom and best IDan
",ore kllts of the Momson d[..'1
The groomsrnf'n wore kIlts of
the FergusOri clan
The mother of the bride ",ore
a floral pa~tel ka-Iength s!lk
chiffon dress and camed v.hlte
roses
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Alan
The groo-n's mother \\ ore a
Butcber
lavendpr blue sIlk chIffon pant
The maId of honor ""as the SUIt and camed whIte rosel,
bnde ~ <lster
Julie
\\llton
The bnde Ib all attorne} VI"lth
C mewer of Grosse
PomtE' Peterson & Ross
Fnrms
The groom IS ,",orkIng 011 an
B" d, sm<.lId~ "'ere en.tma
MEA at DePaul l'nnersltv He
Bermudez
(If Grossl.' POinte ....orks for PaVl1l:' Webber at Ihe
';;hore~ Emlh ~eli Skmner of ChIcago Mer~al'tlJp E.\change
Blnmnghum
Emil} Margalet
The couple honeymooned
In
Prokop
of Chlr~go
Kat111een
Ha ....all The} be In C'hl\:ago
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rheon
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onde
AnI'
Strob!
Lc3Un( -\rn~
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Enghbh
T~Jbute
\\'ompn
Butcher
n ceptwn at the Det'mt Y;(ht
Th
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rE:pre"l
rl:(ept
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of
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Dl'd.OP RlC'Jdrd P Shubl!.
JHic, .. ted at the ) pm
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Communit
February 19, ~998
Grosse POinte N~ws
2:18
Rehabilitation
programs offered
at Bon Secours
Annual exams
reco1nmended for women
By Dr PaUl C Nehra
SP€'c'al \'/r'ter
A..J
f udl {) .L,U!()1{leeXdl'11ndLlOn "llul.>
-\., 1',,11. of It-- 0f,g"lng
h'UI
a[
Ja', l/
',ft'LJ
~ r d ,-<.Met)
01 Lund,tl<'>f'",
jJI1Y>ItJTt:.ast,
Jd,iudJng
C;:,r.'ll..u <.>. andn ;:.nd u:.erwe CantFr" An) adcltwnal
,C.rh "JI'f" dr;:, ba'>ed (,I ,OUI a~e falml) a.nd medlC31 hlStun oD\,!(al fodl!,)!,,' 2'1d dlly abnullnal k,t n:".llt>
Ol.wd.'-,.~ ...j,!.I.I.t,.r
C)I:)
V>,Jn'f:'"l
()
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I
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d(..<.uUfll::- lor
05'" peTC...tnt
OI all
lGn(.(:r~
H1
jJl:fCent 1,1 lkat}:", frvm canter 11 ()ne lIVe:,
th~ n,'" b' ( ,.. " one In nIne for de, elcpmg
r}.~ (1 ~ -t. ....t-
The "gold "tan-:!drd" for
bcreenmg for brea"t ranCE'r
1", mummograph)
Most
()r~anl"atll)n!> r,,( ommend
the first e ....am at ag~ J& to
40 After age 40, annual
mammogram~ are reC0lrl'
~l..t:.l:HJ~U F.l t:-' .iUU~~..
), ltwilJmendatwns calkd f(lr a
mammogram every t'-' 0
) ears between ages 40 and
50, but more recent data
suggests that annual
exams are preferable
If you have a famIly hiS'
tory of breast cancer vour
doeror may mSlst on more
freq U.en t exaU".L5
\\'hlle mammography 16
our best teol for dete<:tlfig
breast ca~cer, It IS not per,
Dr. Paul C. Nehra
fe<:t Up to 10 percent of
brea!>t cancers may not be
detected b) mammography
~onthly belf-exammatlOn also
IS Imoortant m Identlfymg lumps and other cbnges
If you
do detect a lump a'Jd the mass persiSts, see your du:tor
Remember that early deu,alOo IS lmportant to a sUC<'essful
result ....hen treatmg cancer
Cenncal cancer IS screened via the PAP smear The
Amencdn l-:Ollege of Obstetnclans
and GynecolOgISts genE'ralh recommE'nds an annual PAP smear for sexuaH'"
act,,;e "'omen The kst -;an help detect precancerous'
changes of the cervIX
If a PAP <;mear IS abnonnal, your doctor may reconunend
a procedure CIllied a colposcopy The bIOpsy that results
from thl~ te::.t "'Ill detf:nmne which treatment
regImen IS
appropnate
Patients "'Ith a prevIOUS hysterectomy may not reqUIre a
PAP exam e\ery ) ear. but should have one e\ery three
years HowE'ver an annual pelV1c exam IS recommended for
the<;e V> omen Patients frequently equate a PAP smear and
pelVIC exam, and feel "cheawd" If the PAP smear IS not perfonned
There IS no gC'fJdscreemng test for ovanan cancer ThIs
,!>typlcallv the most aggressive cancer of the reproductIve
tract ApprOXImately one m 70 women will develop thiS
type of mahgnan<.y, With women over age 40 bemg at
greater
l"Isk
The best screemng tool IS stIll an annual pelV1c exam. In
som.:. Lase" an ultrasound and Ub(! of a tumor marker
I blood test I may ~ mdlcated
Ovanan cancer's s.\-mptoms may b':! vague, :ncludmg
nau!,ea a feeling of mdlgest'un or nOIlspe<"'fic abdOmlllll.1
dlsccmfort
Routme wl0espread screenitlg for utenne cancer IS not
mdlcated Ho ....ever, women over age 35 t{) 40 With a hiStory of abnormal bleedmg Ishort menstrual cycles. prolonged
blee<:img, mtennen"trual
bleeding) should <;t:ea doctor
Ctenne c.'mcet' <;crE:emng-most often mvolves a 1ltenne
bwpsy perform€d In the physlClan's office Ultrasound also
ma) be u'Sed as a screenmg technIque wher. certain nsk
factors are present, \\nth a bIOpsy then performed If results
are ",omSlJme
Some n",k factors of utenne cancer mclude
• ObeSlt~
• diabetes
• hypertenSIOn
• a long-standing hIStory ofmfrequent
menses
• mappropnate
use of estrogen or cstrogemc compounds
I
Another typt: of gynecologlc cancer that may be present
\\ Ith mmor symptoms IS vuh ar cancer The cancer IS most
common after menopause
Precancerous changes m!\y also
be dlagno"ed Vulvar sKm bIOpsy, usually done under local
anestheSia, IE-ads w a diagnOSIs Symptoms mclude ltchmg
and dIscoloratIOn of the skin
Wome!') should not assume that all geliltalltchmg
IS
cau.:ed by a )cast InfectlOn Frequently, prunbs ll~dlcates
.,omethmg else If vulvar Itchmg persists V1Sltyour physlClan
As mentIOned "arh~r, an annualg)'J1eCologJc exam IS rec.
omml:nded for \\ omen of reproductive age to screen for a
number of cancers ami preeanc"rous condItIOns
An annual eX::Jmalso prOVIdes .\-our doctor Wlth an 0pportUDlt} to detect other condltl.:lnS such as hypertension,
ele,
\ aled cholebterol \\ eight problems eatmg disorders, colon
cancer unnary tract abnormalltles
(lDc:mtmence), osteopOIO>J!>and dIabetes
D~ PaUl Xehra, of East5uU! G,necolog) & Ob5tetru:s, P
1 ("{J/~mar
of the Ob5lctr!c5 £t l"0rerology D"partment
at Bon Secour5 H05pltal
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Auto Show charity preview
Enjoying a good time at the Jan. 9 charity preview party for the North AmeriAuto Show are Grosse Pointer Beth Moran, the charity preview
chairperson for Children's services of Northeast Guidance Center; Detroit Mayor
Dennis Archer: Cheryl ColeInlm, executive director of the Northeast
Guidance
center: Paul and Lynn A1andt, honorary chairmen for Children's Services of the
Northeast Guidance Center: and Terry Stuart. one of the 800 chlldren serviced by
the NEGC,
The center received $318,000 from the pw-eviewparty proceeds. thanks to the
Detroit Automobile Dealers Association.
'Swing Street Revisited'
to feature jazz and art
.Swmg Str~t ReVISited"
- the hottest Jazz and Jazz
art - IS commg to Gro::.se
Pomte at 6 p m Sunda)
March 29 For one mght
only, the Cl)stal Ballroom
wIll be transformed
mto
Junmy Ryan's Club from
New York's 52nd Street
Dunng the heyday of jaz?
- the 19405 '50s and 605on that one .,hort block from
FIfth Avenue to SIXth Avenue
were man) J~zz club, where
all the greatb of tht< era
played Dlzz} Gille"ple,
Count Basle LouI~
Armstrong
Fats Wal]pr,
BIllie Holiday and Sidney
Bechet The mu,,:c " as
swmg, bebop, "Art Tatum~
style and DIXieland
M.uslClans came together to
play <;et afu:..r set Cu!>tomers
would stroll from club to club
to listen to those mUSICian,;
and their vanous st.\-les 01
musIc
Lmmg th .. wall~ of Jimmy
Ryan'::. Club were pamtmgs
of the mUSICIans pa nted m
the club as they perfurmed
dunng that era The" \\ ere
all the work of DB\ 15 Qumn
- musICllUl, artIst, and (by
day) an executive of Chubb
& Son
He pamted mort: than .tOO
pamtmgs whl<.h hung on the
walls of Jimmy R~an'~ Club
It IS frum JJmmy R) an's tnat
Grosse Pomter Fred Ruffner
began to bu)' the!>e pa,nt
mgs As the .....rec!l.mg ball
was readied to finalh de'1Jo:l<;h Jimmy Rjnn's o;c \,ftht.
la<;t clubs left, Ruflnu
bought the last rema.mni5
pamtmgs hterall) off the
walls
"Swmg Str€'et He\ 1"ltedWill showcase 11 of DetrOIt s
top Jazz mUSICIan", ~rdrcus
Belgra"e, George Benso,
Toll' Brown, PaLlI KJmger
Don Mayberl"\ BIll :Yle\ ef'
Bert ~ynck
Stu Sdnder~
Gal)' Sc\-junk, L'n,ula \\'all-.cr
and Jim Wyse They \\111
play s""mg, bebop, Dlxlel"-ld
and they'll du some JammIng
Marcus BelgraH' ""Ill do h,.,
famous renditIOn ot L01.>1S
Arm<;trong T'lere \\ ill be
speCIal appt'al anee" tJ) LarBjorn \\lth L ndd Yohn ,I'"The Baroness "
As the mU::.IClans pl,h'
th,,) '" III be surrounde9 bv
50 of Da"ls Qumn's pamtmilS from the collec.tJOn of
Fr-;'d Ruffner Thl'" \\111 be
tpe only MIchIgan sho\','lllg of
these pamtJng~
DSO cond:letor Neeme
.]an1 !s honoran chairman
and benefactors 'are \-al",nte
Je"'elers and Memll L)'TIch,
"'lth the support of the cIty
of Detrelt Cultural A.'falrs
Dl:partment and the
~l chl~an CounCIl for Arts
and Cultural Affairs The
show IS bemg produced 0\
th' Grosso<!Pomte Arts
ClJuncrl, The .Jazz Forum
I Council
Corner
l
Arts Council
3 13-438-2434
and tl"te War Memonal
Addlt!Onal help IS bemg proVIded by the Grosse Pomte
Theater and the Grosse
POinte ArtIStS ASSOCIation
More mformatlOn IS on
Grosse Pomte Cable \Vatch
Bunn.\- DenIer's sho'" dunng
the week of ~arch 2 and
Johanna Gilbert's show dur
109 the \, eek of ~larch 9
TIckets are $50 a person
for Inner Circle wh.ch
mcludes a comphmeI'tdr}
beverage program IIstmg
and a fUll color catalog of the
DaV1s Qumn pamtmgs for
your table; $35 a person for
Outer Circle \,hlCh Includes
cabaret "eatmg wlth a complimentary be-erage, and
~25 for thedter seatlng
A cOll'plmoentn'Y buffet
WIll be ser.'ed and there WIll
be a cash bar t' or more
mformatlon, call tne A!'ts
Councd at (;:n~) 438 2434
TIckds are 0J1 sale dt the
War :Vlemonal at '313' b'117311 TIcket::. \,111he mmled
t'>l(, \\ eek, lwfore the perfor
manee
For Jazz fan::. \\ ho wanL
Jlfl''rtY]1
IncludHlg
cndl1J. I,
c
u,'-.t 1"'1 f I ....t\. lei'
lUJ .... jon
f:l\ (atmg. ""1( 1"/' and -trc""
\...-Uldl
management
The class \",11 bi' offE'red from
6 to b P lP Thur<;aays March
;'J, 12 J 9 and 26, In the B'm
BrJe rel,ter c'a.qroom, 22300
Bon Brae In St Cblr Shoreq
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~\.x development
r{ OCT'.o.J,S prOOIems,
Il1dudmg ks, at nails. In addrtxJn,
et'.3f1i'{"-. m lQUT ruul~ may mdJcate
>tht r health problem>. that ooerl to be
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TlaIL"cont,'1ctyourdcrrna~orcall
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Dr..
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Ku1\ dctt.'ctlon and treatment
dal11.~
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0\ ir h.'1I",)Q.., ur
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The A11l.oncefO! the Mentally
Ill'I:l""t::. mO:.t :Mondays at 7 30
p m
at the
Henry
Ford
ContmulJ1g Care Center, 19840
Harper 10 Harper Woods On
the second Monday
of the
month, the meeting
Will be
held at 1 30 p m at Grosse
Pomte
Woods Presbytenan
Church, 19950 Mack m Grosse
POInte Woods
The alhance
and Grosse
Po,nte Coml,lUDlty EducatiOn
\\ III co-sponsor
a program
about shyness and SOCIal phobia on Monday, Feb 23, at
Barnes
school. Dr Manuel
Tdl1cer wlll dIscuss the contmuum between shyness, SOCIal
anxletv and SOCial pholna The
charge Wlll be $5, and half of
the proceeds ",.11 go to bram
re",earch
For more mformatlOll, call1313) 343-2178
For more informatIOn about
the aillance, call Margaret at
\313) 884-9005 or Frances at
mfonnatlOn
-
?A
Mentally III
offers lecture
The next general meetmg
ot the Grosse Pomte ArtiSts
ASSOCIation ....111be held on
:\Ionda", ~larch Z at 7 .30
P m ai the War 1\lemona!
X atlOnal a\\ ard- ....mnmg
artl",t Tom I :ale \\;ll be domg
a c.ntlque of member'> \\ork'S
The meet.ng '" OP";) to the
public Xe\\ member ju.l}.ng
\nll take place m the beg>nmngofApnl
An) one \, ho h ,nteresttd
~hould call Sue :\Icc:onald at
822-7509tOl
oQ1?
v ..........
Alliance for
t
the
I'mp: r 1~1JTpr!"1\.:
Tohet DIUI. ho. ,I hI iT,! h '-'Ilg'tOC.f
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clean ",;,,<,,1\, ,- T d, 1J<" J""-< ..... ~Ilt
the 11.11'., ',on Ix 'l'" (h,t HlSln.rrK'!1t,
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w )')('Il l~l""OI' r ....... Ij->U
Hospital promotes heart health
It ,q ("tlm"ted
tlut om If'
The co<;t 1<; $40 a person
[,JUr ddllltq 1'.,1- ::.omp fo,m of (",hlch
mcludp::.
thE'
,ol\L
".l"'l"..uldJ
,~,:-;:.
f! 'rt!-,0:3,lfh E(",S''''''r''\h~l.;;:
"'v'I"l
HerlrtHealth
r""ePlJ,d'
pro\Idl"
C(!Dlpn lH n"I,( mil rm"
F\lf more Il1fOrmatlOJ1 or to
t,nn
011
"
heart
hudth\
prcregl"ter.
call
(R10, 779.
Cardiac
8999
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Program
A phYSICIan's
referral IS needed for an educat:onal exercIse program
for
people hkely to develop heart
dIsease <'5 well as those reeovenng
from
cardIaC
Illness-surgery
For more Information
call '313) 343-i594
between 7 a m and 5 p m.
"'eekdays
American
Lung
Association Breather's Club
- The educatIOnal
support
group IS for people ""lth chronIt obstruct! ve lung disease
such as emphysema, bronchitIS
or asthma The group meets on
the third ~1(Jnday of each
month from 3 to 4 30 p m m
the
Bon Secours
Hospltal
Connelly .!\udlw.,um You may
Jom at any time There IS no
(harge For more mfonnatlon,
call1313! 343-1594
the!r musIc earh ...r In the
mo!')th of~larch, the .Jazz
Forum Will gIVe Its fir~t cl)ncert of tpe :-pnng Senes on
\\ednesdd),
\1arch 11 at 8
pm at the l"mtanan
Ch'lrc.h 17150 1\1aumee
Playmg .....111be the LaIT}
:'\ozero Qunrtet and Patti
RIchard, <.TI \ocJb
Indlndual
c(,ncerts are
S10 m advance 512 at the
door or \-OU can attend a 11
three In -the ~enes for $25
For additIOnal mfonnat!On,
c.all 131),961-1714
Tpc. Detnllt Soc.let) of
\\omer, Painter" 1< ha\Jng
IL .annual shew at
Ambl"~ldf' Gallen on Fisher
Road It ~ a fanta:;tlc "ho\\
and \\ ell ....orth a \'1~lt to the
gallel}
Grosse POlOt.: artIsts !ep
resentf'd are M Stirling
Allardlce, Zena Carnaghl.
Isabella Goosen, Charmame
Kaptur Dorothed Kneg,
Carol LaChlusa ;-;dnC\
Prophlt Bette Prudde;,
VlrgJma Sendelbach, I!.lame
SCh.11tberg-er Rut!] \\)lIppll'
Be\ erl \ Zlmmermar> and
Lona Zurvalec Our O\\'T1
Ruth \Vhlpple ""on an a\\ard
The ::.r>o'Vruns until
Saturda), Feb 21 For more
mfvrmatwn. call 1313; 885-
,en')
1
........
l...
for mor" mfonnatlOn
There I~ a $10 charge per
farml.) Aduits I\:th a"thma,
cunous about management
of
theIr disease, can call the same
number for addltlonallnformatwn on adult course offenngs
Pulmonary
Rehabilitation
Program A
phYSICIan's
referral
1S
reqUIred for thIS educational
exercise program
for people
"'lth chrome obstructive
pulII10n8T)
disease.
For more
mformatlOn
call \31'3) 3431594 bet ....een 7 a rn and;:; p m
....eekda)s
caD International
I
Bon Secour" Ho~pIt 1, \',IP
am: ~ a I-!f artHealth E .."entlab
prog-rarn tf' ('ducat,- pc.')plc or>
thl' llnportant a,pcch of rrlatn
tammg good h...art health and
reJullng
the rJ"k of ("oro'1 Ir)
heart ,11"ea,,(,
pUI-
d dra.l~L rt-} ,;l.bHlt3
tdJI r-rvgrom"" Bvr. ::>etour.>
H -r tal v~er, tpe fGJ!owmg
-...~cl.., (;~ for !ll!Jbc.le ,>tr~Pgthen.
H.g nd "r.'Juranu,
trdlI,mg
Asthma
Education
r I 0l;;rdm
-1 r.e
lour",e I'"
u!lerf'O to a~thmatle cnJldren
and th"lr
p"rento
It IS
d""'I5TIed to jJro\'lde mfonna11<)'1 .::b<Jut asthma
ar.d how It
can be managed E'ffectlvely
The tnree-sesslOn course Wlll
be \-jeld from 7 to 8 p m
T]-lur,day>, ~ldrclj 5, 12 and
I!:! m the Cardlr.pulmonary
Department
at Bon Secours
ar
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February 19, i 998
Grosse Pointe News
•
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Cruising may be best way to visit exotic ports
'Xi t~e ndtll"
\\.-rt' b,re
c~t"ted - Dttn'" c,l J.Ld
....omc'l
BIg oe,< I \\ ... t'lt,d to
be nonchalant
abC'ut that
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IndlaIl "lJldge de",p n thp
Amazon ram lvre"t
But ....e tOUiC1nt nelp but
l,\unUt r -
L rUlse, d"~ "pellallLf>'O
!(
this I\al because tnun,,!s ale
hpr€') T1:e an.;:\\er ..,OOli became
ohnous It was for th~ "'"110r,,
:1\0\\ that was an exotlt tnp
to
'1\
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abh
Thl~ ~E.l,O)i more ships
than e\ er an: in allable to
r.:rulsers from ~"'orth A.menca
as man) Amcncan ,om pan Ie"
ha\ e begun representll1g for
elgn ship" Also many tour
operators are offenng Inter!::stIl1g cru,~(' options to theIr
chents Here IS a sample
• A.5lUlranspaclfic
Journe\ g has lOtroducE"d a
saIlIng 'ad\ ,,!'tUI e t~rough the
WIld ....at-ers ct Burma's ~~ergul
(pronounced ~1er-guay' archlpE'lago The "h1p \'lll tnnel
through some 600 luI1gleshrouded Islands tha: 'In'
largeh unmhablted
'" llderness
The tnp IS aboard a 55-foot
tnmaran that cames ':loll
eIght passengers
Sea kc\:-ak,
and mflatable dmghles pro\'Ide transport up ,>land
nvers Scuba-dl\'1ng (for certIfied dIvers) and snorkehng I~
aVallable
The tnp IS the nights and
depans from Phuket,
Thailand
The cost IS $849.
'-"'lth weekly departures
!par
around This compllD\ dlso
offers SE'acanoe tnp;, In
Thailand and sallmg tnp8 m
!I
I
'IOu w,lI r('cellc jOur re'ult,
wlthm mmute'o ::lnd a health
pl"Om',+lOn <'Ol'CI.-l!J,t \\,11 con!>ult ....It]l y(Pl to dl,cu% how
you can Improve your rJok fae
tnrs RecommenclathlIls
wdl be
pr',vldra
:or faPo .... up pro
pram'
Th~ 11(,1 Hrdr
Hu]th ('\.d
llatJ<Jn WllJ be' offen'a
fr(,m " to
930 a
,
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• GahlPo CrUI,p, ru'1S
thre~- and four da\ crUl~e.., of
the Se\ chelles blands, lotdted
tn the IndIan Ocean 1000
Imics (.1ft the east cua"t of
A1nca, on the !8-cabm 3allm, ,
......... ~......... ............... ,es feat-He different Itlf'eranes
lind may be combull::d mto a
seven-day cruIse Island" V1Slted mrlude Prashn. Mananne,
!Ie aIL" Cocos, Frebate,
SIlhouette And€', Cousme and
the mam hland of Mahe
Man\ of the"e Island!> are
homE' to rare Olrds
The chmate IS tropIcal. so
snorkeling, dl'nng and beach
barbeCues are the norlI'
Departures are on FndaYll and
Mondays through Apnl 7, they
begm agam In late NOlember
Pnces are $1,4-00 to $1,950 for
seven days, For lllfonnatlon,
(8001447-5667 or wwwzeustours com
• AJ:nca IS certamly not OD
everyone's cnuse Itlneral')
FU'St European Crulses Just
be:ran marketmg Its three
srups In the Umted States,
and It, too, offers some mterestmg chOIces Its "DestmatlOn
Dakar' crwse on the Bolero
(900 passengers) departs from
Savona. Italy, on Nov 2 and
VlSltS Morocco (and what could
be more "exotic" than
Casablanca), the Canary
Islands, then Senegal and
GambIa before returnmg
through Spam to Italy Pnces
for thiS 17-day tnp range from
$2,083 to $3,931 mcludmg alr~
fale from ~ew York Call (888)
983-8767 (FIrst European
~aY1-that Its webSite Wlll be
up next \\ eek I suggest that
YOUcall J.t the last mll1ute for
an accurate C"RLl
• Abercrombie & Keol
always offer unusual tnps For
exa'l1ple, wh.l<>the Lower
Amazon River between Belpm ...
and Manaus has become qUIte
familIar to Cruisers, the Upper
Amazon "hlCh extends mto
Peru IS qUIte another matter
Only small ships can penetrate beyonrl Manaus where
the remote IndIan .",llages see
IISltors only once or tWlce a
year One such \ essells the
expedltlOna!} shIp Explorer
which ('.ames 100 passengers
and Ib outfitted W)th a fleet of
mflatable boats A&K IS offermg several trips on tms ship
In the .Auna70n thiS season
One IS an elght,day Itinerary
that travels between IqUltoS
and LeticIa. ColumbIa, and
the other IS 16 days wh1ch co,,ers the entIre route between
Iquitos and Belem There are
!>evera1 departures on the
shorter tnp bPtween Apnl 18
and May 30
The cost IS from $2,495.
$4,395 a person, not mcludmg
aIrfare The longer tnp
departs on Apnl 3 and May 30
and costs from $4,995 to
$7,350 For mformatlon, call
l800J 323.7308 or try
www aberrromlllcandkent,com
'"
CynthIa Boal Janssens
of the SOCI.ety of
Amerzcan Tral'el Wrzters
/.S
preszdent
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Tn'Jnthh heart h(,'1!th ,nrer'1 a IT' and -1 p m \\pekda;"
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mgs th~t mclude' total ch'Jks
12-hour fa"t 1'0 nece'isary for
terol, EDL r good chole'iterol I, te'it re,ult<; to be accurate
tnglycendeand ~Iuc{)'oe level<=;
U'img the llPld profile Lf]('ck
and the Hpart Tf''o<'" n,k 'lues
tlOnnalre
l'f
'iffer- :' "erJ.e, Jftnp" th,..,
"unmel do\.n th( DnIeper
Rl\ c-J tu the BI.lLk Sea a Plft,
\\ a\ to ~~e the rec<:'f'tiy ,nde pendent republic of the
Gkrame
The tnps are bet>\een fuel,
the thousan(1-)ear old caPItal,
a.j,lU '- u~,:,;,.u Vl.Vp'IJ"..... ..............
Se\ 'lstopol \\ Ith ihl excurSIOn
10 1"alt,l, and laporozJe
\\here
passengers 1\1]1 see a Cossack
!lor!>e ,,1'.0\\ The 14.da:- tnps
are :,bo3ld the 11,1;5Vlad1mlr
Mayako\skl
a nler ve"sel
that <..arnes about 250 passenger" Accommodations are III
cabm, v"lth two lower beds
and plcture wmdows
Departure" are from June
11 to Sept .. Pnces Irvm
ChIcago range from $1.998 to
$2,398 per person u.cludmg
round-tnp aIrfare All shore
excursHJns are mcluded r,all
(800) 551.1000 for detalls
• Or how about dOing It
yourselfl Caley Crmsers 15 a
famlly busmess whIch offers
you the opportunity to cnnse
Penmsula
Some of the Islands
l Kunashlr,
Iturup, Shlkotnn
on your own ves3ei on Loch
and Habomals I are sbll
Ness and the Caledoman
claImed by Japan ~hough they
Canal of Scotland The bUSIha\t.' been held bv RUSSIa
SInce 1945 Few outSiders ever ness operates a fleet of 50
cruisers from the western edge
nSlt here
of Inverness (The company IS
A 16-ctay CruIse, \\ hlch
encouragmg, as well, notmg
begms m Nome, Alaska, and
that at least one-tJurd of Its
ends III vladivostok, Russla
customers are boatmg
explores thIS fascmatmg, If ht
nO\'lces,)
tie-known corner of the v.orld
The waters of the
Th,s Itinerary 1S only offered
Caledoman Canal run from
once a year by Manne
the Inverness F1rth III the ea"t
Expedltlons August 5-21
to Loch Lmnhe and Fort
aboard lts 44-passellger
WIlham m the west, traversManne Spmt
mg the scemc Great Glen It
HIghhghts of thIS tnp
run~ for some 60 mIles. of
mcludf' natural Sights 1Ike
\'Ihlch only 22 are man-made
seabIrd colomes and seal lion
(There are plenty ofiock and
rookenf's, as well as V1SltS to
I::ndge keepers to assIst vou on
actlVe vo1canoes, hot spnngs
your way J Several chanmng
and salmon nvers. An extensmall towns dot Its banks
sl"e educatIOn program IS
Caley offers nearly a dozen
offered dunng the CI1JISe
dIfferent boat deSIgns, to SUit
Tne pnce IS from $4,795vanous sIze fam1hes. To con$5,69,,) a person, lllcludml;
tact Caley CrUIsers, call (441
round-trip aIrfare from
1463 ~36328 or FAX (44) 1463
Anchorage Most shore excur714879 or check out wwwhollsIons are mcluded For mformabon, call (800) 263-9147 or
dayuk co uk/scotland/caleye-m",II [email protected] com
cruIBCr~ The addrt'ss 15 Caley
Crul~rs, Canal Road,
(they have no ....ebsltel Quark
Inverness, IV3 6NF Scotland
ExpedJtlOns IS o~enng a hlmlPnces Wlll bP quoted m
lar tnp aboard the Icebreakl'r
pounds sterlmg, but pnces
KapItan K1-.lebmko\ from July
6-22 Call (800 I 356-5699
generally range from $500 to
$1,975 (t:" S ), derendmg on
• Of course, the South Sea
Islands are ahlays tantahzmg,
the sIze of boat and the date of),
but best explored III "mall
the charter
numbers A good way to do
• Most everybody has heard
thiS 1S to take a two-week trJ.p of the Galapagos Islands, but
on the AraTlUI, a 343-foot
have you actually been there'l
freIghter whICh delivers cargo
If not, It IS truly one of the
to some of the most remote
e'lrth's exotIc places, pnmanly
1&lands on earth It IS the !Ink
because of the wlidhfe, and
between French PolyneSIa to
thtoconly way you can really
the dIstant Marquesac;, 750
\'1hlt these Islands IS b) boat
mIles tn the southwest
Either you can opt for one of
The srnp cames 100 passenthe three large vessels pOSIgers, most Islanders returnmg
tlOned there - the Polans
home by deck passage whIle
(SpecH\l ExpedltlOn!O), the
30 cabms offer comfortable lIv- Santa Cruz or the Ambassador
mg space for foreIgn travelers
(each cames around 100 pa'>The shIp makes 13 runs a
sengersJ or opt for one of the
year The co"t lS frem $1,980
smaller boats (they carry from
\bunks, \\'1thout pnvate faclh8-40) whIch serve the regIOn
tIes) to $3,995 for a la,ge outPersonally, I bke the small
SIde cabm
boats and there are dozens to
The ship emoarks from
choose from
Papeete TahItI For details,
MetroDobtan Tounng,
can &00) 972-7268 or go t.o
Ecuador'" oldest tounsm comIIvWV. aranLll com
pany, are experts 1D the reglOn
and a good placp to begm
• There are also some
remote nvers of the world that planmng a Galapagos tnp For
have not been thoroughly
wformatlOn, (800\ 527-2500 or
explored Golden Bear Tra\el
\VVo'W ecuadorable
corn
l
17320 hARPER
l'Ulll
R\.l~sl<l s
Long Island
tasty dish
and the vodka otTers a mc€'
tWISt to cre'lm saUl'e The
alwhol IS sf'ared off In the
cookmg proce!>s
There are se\ eral I erSlOns
of th,s Italian speclahty
At Vito 5 Re&taurant In
Long Beach, N Y Rlgatom a
la vodka I" made at vour
table, Just like a Caesar
salad Y.-.u "'Ill enjOy prepal!fig thIS slll1ple dIsh that
reqUIres only salad and
scmtto mto Julienne stnps
bread to make a delightful
Over a med,um to hIgh burn
meal
• er, heat a largE' deep non"tlck sklllet or pan When
Ingredients
the sklHet IS hot, pour m the
1 lb. rigatoni pasta (or
\ odka. As the vodka starts to
penne pasta)
SIzzle, add the proscmtto and
1/2 lb. prosciutto ham
stIr After a few mll1utes, add
(thinly sliced)
the tomato and low",r the
1/2 cup freshly grated
heat to medIUm
Parmesan cheese (or
Add the heavy cream, the
Romano)
Parmesan cheese and the
1 cup diced fresh plum
crushed red pepper
tomatoes
As the sauce begms to
1 pint heavy cream
thIcken gently fold In the
1 cup vodka (the cheap.
ngatol1J Gnd tOS5 unt.1 all of
er, the better)
the pasta IS \\ell drenched III
1 teaspoon crushed red
the vodka sauce Serve With
pepper
a shaker of crushed red pepper as well as ad.:iltlOnal
Begm by cookin!! the pasta
gJ uted Pannt"!>an cheeSe
according to package dlrec~
Your favonte red or whIte
tlOns Decrease boIlmg tlme
v. me WIll be a splendid
In order to make the pasta
a] accompamment
to thl<'
dente (slightly lirm) DI am
1.1 mqUf> IIn10n of flavors
Sei\eb 4.b people
ana "'et a"lde
Cut the thll1lv s],ctd ro-
He~rt-health screenings slated
ISH"-"
tr
Rigatoni a la vodka:
a delicious bite out of Big Apple
It""
iA LA ANNm
Some of the fondest memones ofm) 10-year st.ay In the
l\ew York CIty area are the
wonderful Ita!Jan re&taurants
"Llttle Italy," nestled m
the heart of lower
Manhattan,
boa"ts streets
lined ,vlth one eatmg estabhshment after another You
can find E'verythmg from fine
dmmg to SImply nessert!>
ancl cappuccmo Dunng the
summer, people Slt at sldewalk tables and enJoy cool
dnnks
My favonte place In Little
Italy 'S called Puglia (The
"g" IS sIlent) The restaurant
serves draft beer and homemade wme (red or whIte I Its
Q1D,ng rooms are filled WIth
rows of banquet-style
tables
and parties are seated next
to one another untll the
tables are full, a practIce
that often led to mt€restmg
conver.,atlOns W)th those
\~~o shared our table
Needle"s to saJ, the food
'" as great, the price ",as
nght and no matter how
much fun we had, we were
never asked to leave I look
furward tu another V,Slt
someday
Rigatom a la Vodkd IS a
pasta faVOrite found OT}
me,IUS !1trdchmg from :-ie\\
York City to Montauk POInt,
liT
.Ld,reakLr SO', et~h.I;; Soyuz
T',e tnp cegm~ <Iud ends In
Hel,mkl Fmland July IllS
th<' ca\ \'01.1 vdl reach the
~o
'Polo> The pnce for thiS
€,\.(raordll1<lrl e'p€'dltlOn 15
SIf' 85(; f0r a standard cabm
),ote Till" shlp cames t\'lO
hehcopters an.d a fleet of
mf1atable boats for paS:.>-enger
e'-lUrSlCJnS It ha& 50 cabin",
For mfonnatl'm, call (800)
35b-5699 or go to wwwquark.
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• The Kun} Islands stretch
il)..e a broken ('ham from
Hokkaldo, Japan's northern
Island to the southern t1P of
Indone'J,1 For mfoIT'1atlOn
call ~0( b~2 2742 or go to
\\ WI\ ~outheastasla
~OIDon the
Intemet
• 5e\ el'-dn \ cnuses
through thE' glJ.cH~r-,;tudded
II atf1rs arOlllld Patagonia
s
1lerra del Fuego. the Island at
the sQuthE'm tIp of South
Arnen(a de}i3.rt ever)
Satu'da~
October through
Apn: frum Punta Arenas on
the 100-pass~nger Terra
Au"trahs
The "hIp cruIses through
i he ;;:itr'llt, of ~1agellan and
the Beagle Chfmnel A hlghlight IS a \'1"lt to Agostml Ba\'
\\ here paEsengers board smail
bnats for close-up V1ews of the
glaCIers of the Darv.,n Range
There are also VISIts to Puerto
\\\Ihams. the tmy southernmost Clt) m the world. and to
l-~huRla the ArgentIne capItal
of Tlerra ael Fuego From
here, fllghtseemg over ('ape
Horn IS otfered
The Terra Austrahs was
bUIlt ,n the L'mted States In
1984 and carnes 100 passengers Cabms are all outside
\'11th pn\ ate baths A sevenmght cruIse costs from $1,047
a person for a B-class cabm ill
10\'1season to $'3,311 for a
~Ulte In hIgh seal>,)O For
det<lll~. call 18881678.3772 or
tn wv.w austrahs com ..
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OooklDi' ~ilecldb to till unsold
space tan CLlttOsb consider
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good a,rlare dealS can make
tLem ulOrp 'llforaable than
\ 0U mIght thlllh
e~p<,('lall~ If
\ ou are ..,ol11e\\ hat ne\.lble a"
DespIte the fact that there
IS a genel al a;:leptanCf> of the
adage that the \, arid get"
smalier all the tITTle there ,till
arc man\ Darts of thIS earth
whIch are -genu,neh remote
What the) ha\ c m common IS
that the ea~le;,t v.av to nSlt
them 1S on a "hIp. usuall~ a
small one
Another reason for crUlsmg
to exotIC I!lacles IS that (rulses
remo\ e ,,'lot of the aggrava.
hon Involved In """ltmg
underde\'eloped
countnes
The;; prOl"de Enghsh-speakmg gwdes Ln'lD is aboard a
shIp remo\es the problem of
copmg \Il'lth strange foods,
questlOnable \\ ater and lack
of a1r t"liIldthomng The medIcal staff aboard most shlps
Idoctor, nurse
or both I 1S also
a cor.afort In strange climes
Other pluses are that t.i.ese
Sh1PS usually pro\ Ide excellent
port l.IJfOrmatlOn through on.
board le<:turecs and plan shore
excurslOns '" hlcn \\ III expose
:-ou to the hlghhghts of a
regl,pn, so it'> ;l good ,~ay to
siimplp a de"twatlOn uyou are
cODSldenng mvestmg the time
and most pi obably a hefty
umount of mone) In a longer
tnp to a partIcular area
Several larger cnllse lmes
sat! to remote places at certaID
tllnes of the year
notably
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Metro calendar
February 19. 1998
Grosse Pointe News
I
,.Thursday, Feb. 19
I
Historic perspectives
Explore
the souru,,,
and
re"ean.h
b('h~nd the tv,o .01Lilt
1JnlhJllLlUr
~
urnI'
I
ltros"e Pomte and Alung the
Snore" of L"lke St ClaIr dur
mg
the
Gro~s,'
Po 111 tf'
H,::.toncal SuLlf'tj'S free lectUl e
b) edItor .tuthur M Woodford,
Th~lr5day, Feb 1~ at 7 30 pm,
10
the Grosse
POInte War
Me-mondl .32 Lakeshore
Call
(,3131884.7010
t
•
-et
in
Shores' players
The CUI"1.a,nWIll n.,;t' on the
St Clair Shores Plajers pro
ductlOn of t.~e murder mystery
NIght
Wat<.h,
through
Saturda,
Feb
21, at the
ftalJan . Amenran
Cultural
Center,
28111 Impenal
In
Warren These dInner theatre
performances
wIll begm at 6
p m 1'1ckets are $10 for the
meal and $8 for the ph) Call
(810) 756-9067
J:::'let '1a(ur.' .'ICi) ~lll gl\ ~ vou
helpfl.! hll1b on how to pampcr
dnd pfepare jour garden duro
Ing d Prumng
Work"hop on
SdturdJ.\
Feb 21 from 9 to
11 JO am,
at the Ed",,1 &
Eit>anor Ford Hou:,,,", 11 Oil
:"ake"hon.
,n Grosse PvInte
Shure"
The
fee 1" $10
PrereglstratlOn
IS reqUIred
Call' 313 \ 884~4222
Sundav.Febe22
What's cooking
Seek ne~ wa}s to coordmate
exerCIS( and healthy
eatmg
With nutntlOn
expert Zenya
Fow RD, author of Llcket.Spht
~eals
for Health ConscIous
People on The Go. dunng a free
cookmg
demonstratIOn
and
book slgnmg
at Barnes
&
Noble, 19221 Mack In Grosse
Pomte Woods, Sunday, Feb 22,
at 1 p m Call (313) 884-:3220
Monday, Feb. 23
Investment insights
Female financ1ers can get
new mSlghts Into sound mvest.
ments for their futures WIth
Brew bash
Expenence
great food. fun BaSIC Investmg Guidelines for
and the best bre"" S In tOWI"} Women. Monday, Feb 23, at 7
p m.. In the St Clatr Shores
when the Fnends of the Grosse
Pubhc LIbrary, 22500 11 MIle
Pomte War Memonal gather
St
ClaIr
Shores
for theIr annual A Taste Of The IJl
~ Hops. Fnday, Feb 20, from ReservatIOns are requIred Call
! 6.30 to 9 pm, In the Grosse (810) 773-3692
t POinte War Memonal
Tlckets
Bon Appetit
are $30 Call (313) 881.7511
SIgn up today for creat!ve
cookmg classes at the Pornte
Texas two-step
Grab your partner and come Pedlar, 88 Kerche\a1 m Grosse
Pomte Farms.
Chef Gerald
on down to the AssumptIon
Gramzay
of the Townsend
Cultural Center, 21800 Marter
,n St
ClaIr Shores,
for a Hotel WIll teach you to make a
Savory
Lamb
Dmner
on
Country
Western
NIght,
Fnday, Feb. 20, from 7 to 11 Monday, Feb 23, from 6 30 to
pm The fee IS $5 Call 1810) 8 30 P m The fee IS $20
Preregl!>tratlOn
15 reqUIred
779-6111
Call (313) 885-4028.
Friday, Feb. 20
Saturday,
Feb. 21
Delicious evening
Suspend
\,our dIet for one
day and support
a worthy
<.au,e by attendmg
a ChIlI
Cook.Off
and Baked Goods
Auchon benefitmg LIghthouse
c.f RvS€\,lle. Saturday Feb 21,
at 6 p m m Tnmt~ EpIscopal
Church, 30205 ,Jeffl'n;on In 8t
Clair Shore.,; TIckets are $6
Cail (810,294-0704
Choir cabaret
Beach party
Jack's
Watertront
Restaurant,
24214 Jeffen.on In
St ClaIr Shores, ",,1I host a
free Beach PartV' benf'fit for the
Muscular
Dystrophv
ASSOCIatIOn,
featunng
a
Pnncess
DIana Beame Bd-by
auchon, ltmbo contests. a MISS
Jack's pageant and hve enter.
uunment. on Monday, Feb 23.
from 7 pm to mldlllght
Call
(81C) 445-8080
The
MUSIC at Memonal
"enes
contmues
In
Grosse
:. Pomte Memonal
Church. 16 Edible extravaganza
Splurge on Fat 'l'.le"day v.lth
~ Lakeshore
In Grvsse
POinte
Farms
WIth a Mardi Gras fine food fr:)'11 23 metro DetrOIt
and vmtages from
Cabaret Dinner and Song pro- restaurants
dunng
gram, featunng
fine CUlsme e1ght area purveyors
accompanIed
by soloIsts from the MichIgan Cuhnarv Food &
Tuesday,
the Memonal
Church chOIr Wine Extravaganza,
~ slDgmg Broadway tunes, bdl- Feb 24, from 6 30 to 10 30
at
Mac
&
Rays
lads :md popular favontes, on pm.
Restaurant,
30675 N RIver m
Saturday,
Feb 21. at 6 pm.
Tlckel.s are $30 Call (313) 882- Hamson TownshIp ThIs benefit for the Mlch.tgan CUlInary
5330
Team and ScholarshIp
Fund
Prune & pamper
also Includes musical enterGarden
wnter/deslgner
Tuesday, Feb. 24
t
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Last week's
puzzle solved
f
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by.. Madeleine Socia
talll''1ellt
d ..Ie t'on
0
",nd ",)er,l ~nd 11\ e
1'chet::. are $75 and
,1,125 ('elll,811)
FAR
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100
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WI SEA
CIR E
GAP
A c ElsiPIEIW
A" E N
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Grm
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ylf
(ckbrdt"
P,1LLk, day I'olth
Pomt~r St" ....art \1tMllhn WIth
a Puli"h Culture "nd Parzkl
Tour of Po!l"h churches and
\ allOU, arLas of mterest
In
Hamtramck
and Detron
on
1\le.>da'y Feb :G4, from 9 30
a m t~ 4 30 p m The day
InClUdes lunch at Lndl.'r J he
Eagle restaurant
The tour
departs
frnm
ClarenceVllle
High School, 20155 Mlddlebelt
m Llvoma The fee IS $40 Call
(3131 922-1990
I MOlle hfe
lose" man
5 Ckc:upatIOCl, bnetly
8 Rowboal
orpum
12TIShn
Pra:eder
13"-was
lllCI1lCIIl.tl
25 Drtwu
2S DcuonunalIOD
3OEllttyOll
55 Stout
agenda
~I!llve
S6 Oklahoma
33 Rhoda's
lO
Ho
35 Ripen
36 NtI1he;'s
1DlIIe
37 Leau
;tWl'S
great deal
54 Pedestal
occupanl
bilby's
m..rn
34 "Job,"
884-4222
Tie a fly
\\arm ,our ",mter days and
mghts With courses, a(1) entures
and
entertamment
offered
at the AssumptIon
Cultural
Center
St
John
HospItal Health S)'stem presents Helpl I'm Stressed,
a
stress management
workshop
on Monda~, Feb 23, at 7 pm
The fee IS $5 The Great Foods
3432178
of Greece senes contInues on
Monday, Feb 23, at 7 pm.
Life & death decisions
"",th
an
mtroductlOn
to
Advanre dlrectlves,
funeral
Spinach PIe The fee IS $10
arrangements
and financial
planmng are among the topICS Gam ne"" expertIse on findmg
your "'a)' around complIcated
to be addressed by quahfied
WIth
a
free
Tax
professlOnals
dunng End Of forms
Life Dec1sions. the free an,,"lual PreparatIOn course, Thursday,
Feb
26,
at
7'30
p rn
Lenten Lecture Senes presentPreregIstratIon
IS recommend.
ed by the Brethren
BaptIst
Fel!o""shIp, 19678 Lochmoor In ed for most courses Call (810)
779-6111
Harper
Woods. ReservatIon::.
are reqwred Call (313) 884- Art of learning
2126
The DetrOIt instItute of Arts,
Thursday, Feb. 26 5200 Woodward m DetrOIt. presents a vanety of entertammg
Street jazz
and mformatIVe
programs
Detroit's legendary
flautIst
Expand your appreCiatIon
of
Alexander ZonJlc w111headlIne
the
arts
WIth
the
free
the first m a spnes (,f Jazz In
ConnoIsseurshIp
SessIon
The Streets programs offered Chmese Bronzes Otherv.orldly
b)
the
DetrOIt
HIstorIcal
ObJects of DeVlbsh Decepbons
Soclet) on Thursday, Feb 26, on Saturday, Feb 21, from 10
from 6 w 9 pm. In the Streets
a m W noon On that same
of Old DetroIt exhIbit at the
date at 2 pm, take In the free
DetrOIt HIstorIcal
Museum
Vldl'o Fwth Rmggold The Last
5401 Woodward
In Detroit
StOT} Qutlt.
Free
Drop-In
TIckets are $15 Call 13131833.
Workshops
on the Achnkra
1262
Cloth of Ghana, West Afnca
WIll be offered on Saturday,
Friday, Feb. 27
Feb 21 and Wednesday, Feb
Food 'n'fun
Good food, great muSIc from 25, from noon to 3 p m
E>.amme
the
relRtlOushlp
Steve Kmg and the DlttIhes
and lots of fun aWalt those who between words and dlustraa free Poetry
partake tn the FoundatIOn for tlOns dunng
Readmg of E~gar Allan Poe's
Exceptional Ch1ldren's annual
benefit party and auctIon on The Raven, Sunday, Feb 22, at
Fnday, Feb 27, from 8 pm to 2 p rn Call (313) 8::J3-4249
FIshermen
won't want to
mISS BaSIC Fly Tymg classes
offered
by Grosse
PoiDte
Commumty
EducatIon,
Wednesdays,
Feb 25 through
Apnll, ill Room 203, of Barnes
School, 20090 Mornmgslde
III
Grosse Pomte Woods from 7 to
9 p m The fee IS $70 Call (313)
1 a m., at the
Barnster
Gardens Banquet Hall, 242~5
Harper m St ClaIr Shores
Proceeds benefit the pnvate
center "'hlCh offers dav C'2.re
pl'ograms
for chIldren
WIth
phYSIcal or mental
ImpaIr.
ments. Tlckets are $25 Call
(313) 885-8660.
Feb. 28
Bloomin' colors
Dls<.over how to keep the
beautIful colors of your garden
bioommg throughout
the year
vn.th A Garden of ContInuous
Color workshop on Saturday,
Feb 28, from 9 ro 11 30 a m at
the Edsel & Eleanor
Ford
House
The
fee
1S $10
Reservations are reqUIred Call
(313) 884-4222
Live & Learn
type
nva!
38 Play
trumpel
39 m.hl
41 Boo-Boo'.
buddy
430'l\letll
output
46 I..ecIleroIu
Clly
57 "-
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VaJen-
58 Nth degree
59 Rodents
DOWN
I "Dam"
2 Cnesier
-Arthur
3 TackleMltllem
4 FlI'Slborn
5 Glad-
stone. e g
6 "There-
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5OCavOfl
51 It may
Involve a
7 Galvaruz
lIlg SlUff
8 Pol.sh
9Lawm
Boston. e g
10 Exam
popular
40 Suggest
fc;mw
II DarI. red
color
16 Type
2O~k.
neighbor
VLandl1l
the ....aJet
23 Showy
flower
25 SemI'
sawbuck
26Colllllll)-
42 Deily
43 Small
amo.mt
44 Depended
(011)
45 Com game
47 Acuess
TuuiC'l'
~ Send forth
49 Ohio mile
52l~ the
Slv)e of
53 Roman
tlOll
27 ('nnger's
cousm
29 Tram
34 Maler
lead-m
38 Mort
nolle
royal
and :::'an. rdd'y
dnd SU'HJd\ at
I.JoplO' Sene"'}
tIC
:;17 to ~b() Call
dt
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Enhance
your mmd. body
8pd SpIrIt b; partakl'"1g In the
courses and adventures
hsted
'n the Grosse
Pomte
War
MemOrIal's
Wmter
"atalog
Reg1ster by Fnday, Feb 20, for
Bonme Delsener's Tounng The
Wme World II New World
WInLS program,
fOCUSIng on
the vmtages of AustralIa, Ne\~
Zealand
and South
AfrIca
Mondays,
Feb
23 tllrough
March 16 from 7 to 830 ? a.
The fee IS $48, plus a $35 WIne
fee MuSIC cntIc John Gumr
completes The Great VOIces of
Opera senes WIth a look at the
Bas.,;es & Bantones,
Monda'
March 2, from 7 W 8 30 p m
The fee J'; $8 StaIned Gla:,~
Begtnner
II
clas~e~,
Th\lrodavs
Feb 26 through
;>'1arch 19 fT01l' 6 .10 t'J 9 pm
tt'd<.h you how to add beamy
and c.:>]orto YOllC horne or office
l.JLI'-IU5Il
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Marvel
l..1C1;::)
....
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at the beauty, t.I:,tOl')
,~f thL Grd illl
Canyon dU"lng all Advpnture
3nd
....,,ldhfc
On Stage &
Screen
Dynamic dance
The
Dance
Theatre
of
Harlem bnngs tbell' dynamIC
style back to the MUSIC Hall
Center for the Perfornung Arts,
350 MadIson
111
DetrOIt,
through
Sunda)<, Feb
22
Performances WIll be offered on
Thursda} and Fnda) at 8 !J m ,
Saturday at 3 and 8 p.rn and
Sunday at 3 p m Tlckets range
from $31 50 to $41 50 Call
(248\ 645-6666
Lots of laughs
The
Second
CIty-DetrOIt
Comedy
Theatre,
2305
Woodward 10 DetrOtt, presents
Downn'ver
Dance,
a nf""
reVIew of live, .;uttmg-edge
comedy.
opemng
Thursday,
Feb 26 Performances WIll run
Wednesday through Sunda)<, at
8 pm, \\Ith addlhonai shov-s
on Friday and Saturday
at
10.30 p m The cast perfonns
an Improv1satlOnai comedy ~et
after
each performance
on
Sunda)
and Thurscay
and
after the 10 30 p m shows on
Fnday and Saturda)
Tlckets
are $10 on Sunday, Wedne::.day
:md
Thursday,
$1. 50 on
Fnday
and
$1950
on
Saturday Call (3131 965-2222
Percussion sensation
STOMP
the :nternatlOnal
percussIOn sen<;ahon, returns
to thp rlsher Theater 'tUesday.
Feb
24 through
Sunday
March 8 Perfonnances
w111be
TuesuB)< throLlg}1 Fndav at 8
pIn, Saturday at 2 and 8 p m
and Sunday at 2 ilnd 7 30 p T'1
Tlckets
range from 525 to
$3750 Call (313) 872-1000
DSO notes
The
Detrolt
S) '1lphony
Orche!>tra s
Pop"
Sl'nes
retnrn,;
to Orchl'"tra
Hall.
v. hen corductor
Ench Kun7el
teams v, .th "oprano Kathenne
IPrrell t~nor Krvm Ander~on
"nd hal~t(JDe Uo.,I'- Dahle von
Sf hJanbu~ch
111 a brlJad \:1)
J\lght at the Pop< ""lUte to the
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26 throu~b
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\tarch
1 1-'prlorrn,ln('(''-I
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offered on Thur-.a'l\ al 1-1 pm
:)u
tv) adl,lt-
dnd $450
ID ::-E:'f'lOr ell
.ll'd
DIA
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Assumption offerings
Courses & adventures
17 OPEC
member
18 GelIuIlcc:l
19WICbd
thmg7
21 PJaa over
24 MalnlaDdet's
pm
Feb. 25
M
14Ma%a15S~
r nda\
Wednesday,
FInd volumes of great buys
dunng
the
Grosse
Pomte
Publlc Llbnry's
Used Book
Sale 8aturda),
Feb 28, from
8 .30 a m to 4 30 p 1Jl, m the
NeIghborhood
Club,
17150
¥t'aterloo
m Grosse
POInte
Fanns Call 1313, 343-2074
to
Sene dll1ni" and hIm pI c"en.
tatl()'
r \lvnJ.", ;\Ia.nL 2 dt
6 3U [) m IJmn;r t\Ck~t-. art'
$12 ')U ::-h()\\ tKkcb dre $j 25
Pan, f!!:' t 'c"t't~ corE" ::-1"' 75
Prprq,'htr.HiOn b reqUIred for
mo-: pft.gr,lm" Call ,310 8tH.
Th( belcl\~a
r(lLk
n lull
mU:,H.al B\i' B)l BIrdie lanJ"
7511
at The WIred Flog Gounnet
Ternflc tour
Ja'd
&
Ent~rta'nrr.ent
E\.pt'rH III'" the elegant !lfe Compll')", ~ 1145 GratIOt In
St)H' ()! DetrOIt" .luto barons
Ea~tpomtf" v.ltb a ,;tar '>tLldent
WIt" d \1"lt to ope of ".tun~n<.a ~ studded cast from area high
La"Le~
the Ed~el & Eleanor
"ch()t)!:, Performance~
\\ Iii be
Ford Hou~e 10ur~ ar.: oflf'red offered at lOp m Thllr~dBv,
1\.le~day through Sundd~, from r'eb 19 thl ough :5aturday, Feb
1 to 4 P m AdmiSSIon IS ~5 for 21 anrl Fnda\
Feb 27 and
adulL~ $4 fot semors ages 60 Satu~day Feb 28 T:ccket:, are
and above and $3 for chIldren
~8 Call '81.0 498-9500
ages 12 and under Call (313) Hilberry & Studio
Volume buys
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Saturday,
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Exhibits & Sales
Female perspectives
Xe\\ \\ ..Jrk" III pa>tel by B,ll
Ho"ner \\ lldllf~ captured ~n 011
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In Gros::.e Pomte
Em'l"lOn art
from the female pe,speetlve
~hen
Amble"lde
hosts
the
prestlgIo<.l!> DetrOit SocIety of
Wumen PaInters and Sculptors
Juned show, tbrough Saturdd),
offerings
Wajr)f' State
l'nl\ersltys
Feb 21 Gallery
hours are
tnrough
Saturday,
HIlbelT} Theater 4743 Cass In Tuesday
DetrOIt, ll1\llteS ~ou to enJoy a from 10 a m W 6 p ID Call
(313) 885-8999
creatIVely ,:omlcal compIlatIon,
The Complete Works of Wl!m
Quiet landscapes
Shkspr \abndged), dunng speThe qUIet landscapes
of
tIal performances
on Sunday, Amencan
pamter
Jerome
Feb 22. at 2 and 7 p.m , bene- Bogart
are hlghhghted
at
fitmg
the
Wayne
State
Gallene 454, 1'5105 Kercheval
Umverslty
Department
of In
Grosse
Pomte
Park
Theatre's
Endowment
Fund
ExhIbItIOn houro are Thursday
Ttckets are $10 or $25 Oscar and Fnday from noon to 6 p m
Wilde's WItty tale of socletj's
and Saturday from 10 a m to 4
sexual
double
standa,.d,
A p m Cali (313) 822-4454
Woman of No Importance, runs
Set sail
through
Thursday,
Apnl 23
SaIl Into spnng
Wlt~ the
John Stembeck's
tragtc tale
spectacular
nautlcal
OIls of
about travelIng
compamon"
Kerry
Hallam.
created
on
Lenme and George, Of MIce
authentIC na\1.gatlOnal charts,
and Men, comes to lIfe at the
at The Grosse Pomte Gallery,
HIlberry through Wednesday,
19869 Mach. ill Grosse Pomte
March 11 Performances
will
Woods
Gallery
hours
are
be offered 10 rotatmg repertory'
Monday
throu'gh
Saturday,
on Wednesday, at 2 pm and
from 10 a m to 6 p m Call
Thursda) through Saturday, at
(313) 884-0100
8 pm TIckets range from $10
Art 'n' java
to $17 The PulItzer Pnze."",n.
Take m the exhIbItIOn ofphomng comedy Cnmes
of the
tographs and grapiucs, Alvm's
Heart comes to the Hllberry's
to the Eastern ~farket, 1976 to
RtudlO Theatre on Thursday.
1996 at The Cafe Cup A Cmo
Feb
26 and runs through
Sunday,
March
8 coffee house 15108 Ken:he\al
Performant.es
WIll be offered In Gro~se Pomte Park, through
Thursday through Saturday at Tuesda), March 31 Call (313)
8 p m and Sunrlay at 2 p m 822-,~888
Ttckets are $5 and $7 Call Fine furnishings
\313 577.2972
Contemporan
Furmture
DeSigns b)< John Flowers are
Dramatic dinner
a\ allable
along \\ Ith brass
Grosse
Pomte
ndtlve
Jenmfer Fasulu portrays one of ::.culpture b) JaOlce Tnmpe.
furmshtngs,
a dIverse group of reSIdents in tradltlOnal
country
French
a Manhattan
apartment bUIld. antIques,
reproductIons
and accents, at
mg ~ ho dls"ect a dInner part)
Ashley-Chns
Gallery.
ID the
l'mversllv
of DetrOIt the
Kerche\ al
Gallery
.Mercy's productIon of the corn- 15126
hours I1re Tuesday
through
ed} Blue Wmdow, thro'lgh
Fnda~, from noon t{) 6 p m and
Sundav, Ff'b 22 Performances
\Vll1 be offered
m the D A Satllrda, from 11 a m to 4 D In
.
SmIth StudIO Theatre, on the Call \31.3) 824.0700
UDM McNlcllOls Campu.> In Iconography tour
DetrOIt,
Thursaay
through
Explore
sacred Byza:utmc
Saturday at 8 p m and Sunday
~ orks of art and theIr role m
at 2 D m Ttckets are $10 for the Greek Orthodox faIth WIth
adult~ and $8 for sLUdent.~ and a free tour of ancIent rebgtous
semors Call (313) 993-1130
art at The AssumptIOn Greek
Orthodox
Ch\l.rch
Fences returns
F ears and remembrances
of ReservatIons must be made at
raClsm lead a proud father to least two weeks In advance
or tea
cap
be
ask hIS son to turn down a col- Lu:ucheon
In conjunction
....'lth
lege football scholarshIp
In arranged
the tour Call (810) 779-6111
Amencan
playwnght
August
WIlson's Puhtzer
Pnze-wmUn-defining ... art
mng drama Fences, presented
Pomte artIst Jeanne BIen,
by the The DetrOIt Repertory
Kevm
CastIle
and Renata
Theatre,
13103
Woodrow Palub'nska.,;
W111 be among
WIlson m DetrOlt,
through
those featured
In Un-definSunday,
March
22 mg Pamtmg.
the
thIrd
Performances WIll be offered on Installment
of the unconvenThursda)
and Fnday. at 8 30 tIOnal, contemporary senes, at
pm. Saturday at 3 and 8 30 The DetrOIt ArtISt.> Market,
p m and Sunday at 2 and 7 30 300 RIVer Place, SPIte 1650,
pm Ttckets are $15 Call (313) through
Fndaj,
March
13
Hours are 1\.lesday through
868-1347
Saturdaj,
from 11 a m to 5
Alternative screen
The DetrOIt FIlm Theater In p J11 ilnd Fnday from 11 a m to
The De,trolt Instltute
of Arts 8 p m Calli 313) 393-1770
WSU exhibitions
offers a schedule of mterestmg
alternatIves
to commerCIal
The
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Thes1s
I runs
through
films
An
adolescent
boy ExhlbltlOn
March 6, In WSU's
reveals hIS plans to become a Fnday,
gIrl sendmg hIS famIly mto a CommunIty Arts Gallery, 5400
funny
frt>nz)
In
Alam Gullen
~1ali Laughter
Ten
Berlmer's
:\1a VIe En Rose, Years Mter. an eJo.lllblhon fea.
tunng 21 artl::.ts, can be seen
Fnday
Feb
20
lhr0ugh
at WSU's Elall1e L Jacob
Sunday
Feb 22 Screemngs
are Fnday at 'i and 9 30 pm,
GalleT}. 480 Hancock
West,
Saturday (lL 4 7 and 9 ,0 pill
through
Saturday,
Feb
21
and Sunday, dt 4 ard 7 p ill On Hours are Tuesc!a} through
Fnda} from 10 30 a m to 7
Monday Feb 23, at 7 ;:lO P 1"'1
S1'(
RIchard Spence's offbeat p m and SatUl day from 11
corned) I:hfferpnt F,)r GIrls
a m to 5 pm Call l313) 5772423
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Feb 21 !r,Hn ~O tll 11 'I
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Feb
26
tbro..Jgh Saturda,,:Feb
28, at F.
p IT' 1'l(]..cts are $ '7 and '-an bf'
pUTlhased at Hedy's Book:. and
Gift" 19415 Mack In Grosse
Pa,r,te Wood" and Wild B'rds
L'nl''l11ted,
20458 Macl{ In
Feb 2~ trlD to Tuesday notes
pm
person
the:,plans
c,f Gro,,"('
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Perform'ng Arts Center
707
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no\\!
m lt~ 114th \ ear, offers an
mno\ atJ\ I: and entel tammg
mtroduct 'on to cla~s,cal n'U,'lC
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Februa.ry
by Madeleine Socia
fur
Story time
cplld.t L~
B 1rpe~ &: 1\; able 19221 ~L(
\\.ood" III\J'
., Dung r"dder;, to enJo\
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l h .JdrE'D"
;:,ton
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cuordmatmg
crafts
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rue~d<l) Feb 24, at 11 ""
ht.ar Chfford
Get" The 'r'
IJone and make a CTdft I,
ade ....]
partal..e In d paJr of or(lgrarnFind fd~cJn3tJIlg fact- Jb lul
!tfe along the :\tle ,.lDel u,",,-c
~ugar cube p) ramld" aur 'lg d
free MummlP~ ~ddl
IT' Eg\ pt
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Work"hop and crdft
t,mp or '\1onCl"v F,>[> 23 frum
.:345 to 4 30 p rn ~1akc Gum
Wrapper Challl~ dlld enJO\ "tone" frurn tl:e Amencan (,ITI
CollectIOn
dunnf
a fl t (
Amencan Glrl \\orkshop on
1\Iesaay, Feb 24, from .3 45 to
4 30 p m Youngsters can hedr
ulll
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1)0\""', lJl gl
L. ....
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on \\hat
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:-uu gro\.\ up Listen to ,:,_
Pl:Jsechl
and V\.t'nd\ R 'II
read the Adventure"
of:-"<I I '
and Na-Hu.h on Thursda
fr
26 at i pm Call (313, ~,,~
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KISKA JEWELERS
New arrivals .. ,beautlful
new
shIpment
of dIamond engagement
rings and wedding sets.
Stop by
KIska Jewelers and choose from our
large variety, with a ;JTIce range to
suit everyone's
budget.
at 63
Kercheval
on-the-Hill,
(313) 8855755.
TRESSES Hair Studio
.........nf
gro&se pointe
florists. inc.
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Bnng a httle touch of Spring Into
your home! Come and choose from
~ur bnght and colorful selection of
daffodils, iris, primroses and
other spnng favorites ... at 174 I
, Kerby Road, Grosse Pointe ,
Ct
Fa..Y"ffis, (313) 885-3000
In celebratlOn
of our 15th
annIversary
1983-1998
plus an
overwhelmmg
response,
we are
We'rE' back home with our doors
contmumg
to offer these three
open wide. After a fire forced us to
specIals to our clIents, Mamcure and
close our doors in early January, \\e
pedIcure for $32 00 Manicure and
reopened February 16. Edward and
stress rehevmg back massage for
Tess Nepi extend
their
SIncere,
$2500 ManIcure and h:urcut "'Ith ' thanks to all these ,vho helped
blow-dry for $25.00 Purchase these
durmg the past SIX weeks. Tammy
savings as a gIft certIficate
This
Tedesco of Spa Bellagio mVlted the
promotlOn IS \\'lth select styhsts and
Nepl crew to ServICE'their chents at
manicuru:ts
only
at.
16914
Spa Bellagio on 21511 Harper in St.
Kercheval Avenue, In -the-Village,
Clair
Shores.
N epi employee
Grosse Pointe (313) 881-4500
Barbara Strzehckl kept everything in
runnmg order
Many thanks to all
Nepi employees
including
Mary
Holloway, George
LJ1ler, Cindy
Gardner, Ronald Ruel, Laune Tutak,
Sophia and Christine.
A speCIal
mentlOn
goes
to Davld Wagensomer
LeaVIng on your crUIse or headmg I
of Phillips Contractmg,
Inc who
out of town for your vacatIOn? THE
remodeled
the
Nepl
salon
from
top to
NOTRE DAME 'PHARMACY has all
bottom
in
a
quick
and
efficient
your travel
accessory
needs.
A
manner The N epi"s also thank their
complete nne of huntan lotIOns and
many chents for theIr patience and
sun products
Money pouches,
understanding
during thiS hectic
luggage tags, travel ramcoats, clocks,
hme
Edward
Nepi
Salon at 19463
passport cases, adapters. everythmg
Mack,
(313)
884-8858
from travel shampoo to clotheslme plus much more.,. 16926 Kercheval Inthe-Village, (313) 885-2154.
Edward Nepi Salon
TOTAL LIQUIDATION SALE ...
After 12 years of business LIsa's IS
closmg Its doors. Everythmg
is
drastlcally
marked
down LIsa's
elegance for sizes 14-26 at . 19583
Mack Avenue, Grosse P01l1te Woods,
(313) 882-3130
Bnng Sprmg m:;o your home wlth
framed antIque prmts of flowers,
blrrls and chl1dren at 5 Kercheval,
Grosse POinte Fanus, (313) &82-0164
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SIndbad's "Sohal''' Room
Perfect for your pnvate
speCIal occaSlOn
313-822-7817
at 100 St. ClaIr on-the-Rl\lcr
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house IS to mentally move out and
then back In Put back only \\ hat \,JU
nE:ed, hke and use Call Ann Mullen
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Comfortable
transitions.
V1SIt
our Clalrewood department and see
the season's newest fashions for the
fuller-figure woman. Clwrewood
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Dress department
fut a preVIew of
the wonderful
new colors
and
textures of the season. Dress Salon.
Winter getaway
gear.
Stop in
and
see the new arrivals
of
swimwear. cover-ups, tops, shorts,
sWlglasses and thong sa::ldals. Ms. J
Make
an entrance.
Special
occasions call for speCIal dresses.
Choose from our brgc 3clectwn of
beautiful
gowns and dresses
for
Prom, Weddings and more. Ms J.
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JOSEF'S
Serve
it in style - and save!
WIlton Armetale's vegetable
motif
salad bowl set IS the perfect addition
to your dmner table.
Regularly
prIced at $112, It's on sale for only
$69 through March 21. GIftS
Off and running.
Choose your
favontes from a beautlful selectIOn of
soft pastel aJld onental
PTmt If'lU
SUIts
Machme washable
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The season's must
have • lightweIght,
washable
stlk
tops in brIght sohds and stnpes.
Choose your favorites! From $38 to
$60. Sportswear
Easy dressing.
Soft spnng kmts
from a wide range of designers,
mcludIng Karen Kane, Joan Vass and
San Remo Kmts. Available m misses
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PACZKI DAY. Fat Tuesday is next
week, February 24th, the day before
Ash Wednesday
One is allowed to
mdulge
themselves
in delicious
calones on thiS particularly WOnderfUljl
day of the year Call now and order
early - buy them by the dozen for I
office Or home,
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Join us and learn New recipes
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Easter Brunch.,; Monday March
9tl: from 6 30 - 8 30 p m. \"';th Lon
Selenn
Pi?izas with Pizzazz;
Monday,
March 16 from 6 30 - 830 p.m. With
DC 'Watt
I
Appetizer
Buffet:
Monda"
lrom 0 30 - 830 pm wlth '
AnnIe Roule<:u-Schenff
Lucv."
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For her communion.
Visit th?
Communion Shop, where you'll find
com mUllIon dresses, gloves, veIls,
bows, BIbles, "My First CommunIOn"
picture
frames
and
figurines,
Madame Alexander communion dolls
and more. GIrlS
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Get ready ..
for spnng weather with the latest in
For really fine dining at home.
athletic OUtf'TWPI'lr
jI'lt"'kpb3 AVl'llla~le I .~
N ow take an additional
25% off
in yellow, orange, royal and lIght
selected patterns
of china, crystal ' blue Value priced at $39. Ms. J.
and flatware previously reduced to
half pnce China, Crystal, Silver.
Java Connection.
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Hlrt hd1 lIttle trouble WIth
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Kalkhoff gut a takedov.n \\lth
121 remamIng to break a 1-1
tIe m hIS match WIth Scott
Kraft at 16u
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Aid) an nparl)
pmnmg the
St('rhng
Helght"
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each
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at 189 pound~
Brf>nnan
got a
takedov. n In the final minute:
for the d('CldlPg pomt"
~JoP gnt off hI" back t.'oIce
nnd Cdmt' b"d. tu I~m - Roberb
-dId refc!-mg 11 thp t\\O ('Jree
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SterlIng
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The '=;talbon", \I ere anginal II
gl\en tne ted"'! troph\
but
PhIllIps
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at
135 pounds and posted 3 4-6
\'.In 0\ er C' ousmo's Bob We_t
Last \~eekend the Xorsemen
p~r;lll"7r rl t \.\"1 ( P fnr c;t 11hng
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ainst Sterling Heights' Brian Kelp in the 145.pound
leh. Wright's 6-3 win over Kelp was tbe first of five
ht '1ictories for Grosse POInte North OD its way to a
-27 win over the St.allions
F1'a -E;f dsked
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Cle- In the seorlT1g and the fif1(j1
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North's David Rirt. top, kept the victory streak going
over Chris Floras at 152 pounds
with an 8-0 decision
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February
By Chvck Klonke
Srcrts Edl~or
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Tlbb.ttts 111ade 21 ~d\(.:::
..\nd, Kiun dun!'!! t)-.._ fll "t fh"
The
"lctorv
over
East
P1111ut€" of ."te thlld
r,,,,nod
Kent\tood "ent SOuth mto the
KleJ'1" iSO.11 \13" 3. ,h01 th.1ndcd lhanlpIOIl"h\p
game agall')~t
t'lh
LI\(JIlla Ste\en~on
Jnd the
-G('ll.l-w- hOd. \\<l~ I bIg BlueDe\ll""coredthreeunan
:'<;,,11 Soutf)l"., \llt()r\
Addlllll<l<.l a huge \\t;ekend"
Hopp
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Hes 'Jch a good tt::lffi pla\L>r
Ie\( dOL;,n't ean abo,ll pomb
hl,t h(' "tIll "lo'e" a 'ot of goal;,
-He'> had 'I Rood three \ ear",
but thI' \e.lr ht'" h"€'n real\
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In thl' pa~t \, e \ e nh\ d \ ,
!J,ld llme prolllem, 01\\,I) from
homl bllt all three of uur 10""e" thl" \ ea'" ha\ e bel'n dt en\ '>.lld <;;r;uth loach Bob Bopp "I
don t hnO\\ ho,," to e'l.pldlll It
but I hope It lontmub
because
<Jur tournament
games \\ III be
on The r<J.ld except for the first
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lhml--mg lh,'t \\ ht"1 he ,,(oreet
And then \\t' ,cored qUlcl,.h at
t he "tart of the thl! d penod
Fa,t Kent\\ood cut the lead
to 5-3 at 8 23 of the thIrd penod but South s )'latt ),!ordn
scored a pOller play goal at
929 to boo,t the Blue De\ lis
lead back tt) three
V,nltehead and KlelTI w ..re
fc'.\ ...
"eieueu ~tdr" of Lhe game lOr
The Blue De\'lls begm dls- South, but there could ha .. e
tnct
pIa)
agam ,t
Gros'>e been more
Pomte ~orth on Fnd:n
Feb
-I agrEe wllh Whitehead ana
27 at 7 30 p m at elt) .Sports
Klem (Goalte J C) llbbltts
Center
dnd Moran could have both
South
"tarted
the
Ea;:;t been stars, too," Bopp saId
Ken+\\ood tot'rnament
\'olth a
Brad
Balesky
and
Pdt
6-4 nct,')
0.. er the nost team
),famon
scnred
first-penod
(bns
Gellasch broke a 22 goal~ for South
tIC \\ hen he scored \\ Ith 49 ~ec
\\111lehead <LnGDe\ on .\.lIard
ond~ remamll1g 'II the ~cUJl1d carh had f\\O aSsl~ts for South,
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Buko",skI of Grosse
POInte Park pasted a 9 05 score
'n ,dun to taJ...e fir~t place
Darl \ D(m nlllg of 8t Clair
ShOl e~ \Hl" "IXth on floor exerCl"f \\-lth an b 75 ~core
Buko\\'!.1 and DO\tl1mg both
q ,1 11I'll d 101 tlll ,tdte Level 5
mu t lutl r thl" ,ear
Ot"tf'r (5\ mna ...ts f'ont the
Pomtes who competed m the
meet were }O~hzabeth DaVIsson
of the Park, Lmdsay Holder of
the CIty of Gros~e Pomte,
JessIca
Roszka
and
Katie
Weathers
of Grosse
Pomte
Woods and Marsla ThoITlas of
Gro~~e Pomte Shores
The gJrl" \\111 compete m
other meets thl~ month m
Fenton and Columbus, OhlO
In a Level 7 meet In Fmdlay,
OhIO, Sarah
Moore of the
\Vood- wa" fourth m vault \\lth
a 945 :>nd sl:-.th m floor exerCIS( \'olth an 8 2 She also rompete~ for Olympia.
South's Ostro\JVski
second in division
;c1att Oo'ro.1 ,k! tml'hed sec- 5f> 16 to Algonac 'lnd beat
ond at 1 f)() DOllnrl" In h'f<hl,O'h- R,,,h.,.,' ~ d It Q S6 .;"' d ....~; ~G,"iJ.P~
(;ro" ...r> P,nn(p 'hurh ~ pl'rfor- tltlon
malin ,It t h. :\1aCOl'1h Area
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Blue
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O~trow"'Kl \'ton a major decI"1 (''>( Illlg D'U'!
"lon at lbO pound~ and Justm
Mitchel" ,n \~('n on a fall dt 140
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OIl< r cd \\lth
a !"n to hlgh1Jght
South's
pHforIg,l'n"I
:-'\('Ol"fm"
('nn" maner> agrlln ...t AJ.:(ol1dc
Con ..t mIll'"
nnd ad\ancld
to
thr champlon"I'Ip
match \\ hen
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Rllh lid
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tied th
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2, ~(>l{)nJ~ remalTImg 401 of the second perIOd H,
alter
thl l3lue De,I1" hId "tolt' the puck and fired a SI,lT)
pulled tlUl' go,llle rO! an extra ~hot from thl' pomt The BII':
atta.j.,l'l
Bl,lUn \',on a faceoff De\11s out"hot the PlOneer~ 1h
II' South" Offllbl\e e,ld got 6 III the "econu penod
the PUll. lldLk to M<lldn on the
RIchard bnlke the tIe on u
POll1t and he fired a slap shot pOl' pr-pla) goal at b 44 of thl
that -,mlea .nto the net
third penod and helfJ the ,lllr •
"\\'f;' wiled a timeout and set lead unlI1 Moran'" equahzer
up II pId) fl um tl,e facE:cff:
Last ',\ cc k'~ three
game,
Bopp ~<'Itl . It \,as good to get a lmpro"ed
South s
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Local gymnasts help
North-club take first place
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Several gymnasts from the
Grosoe POl"ltes helped the host
OlympIa Gvmna~tJcs Academy
of Shelby To\\ nslup wm the
Lew.] 5 rhamplOJ'shlp
In the
Sl]\ er 8no<\ flake
sectIOnal
meet
10
ond span m the second penod
.ln all std,e ~ed~on to \\ II1 :5 3
Wl-jltehead dnd B..lihh. \ \1ho
Ste\enson
opened the scar- had L\\ 0 a:,sl"b, \\ ere "la,ned
mg at 1040 orthe first perIod, "tar" of thl game for 50,.th
but Klem bed the game 61 sec- Dave BJ1bie"
:\lamon
and
ond~ later
Klem also collected dSSlsts
It Std) ed I-I until Gpne
1'lbblttS made 19 save~ to
C.:lSaZ7a broke the deadlock at record tne VIctOr>
1059 of the second period
"It \las a great weeke'ld'
Then Whitehead
scored
at Bopp saId "It's tough to play
11 17 dnd agam 14 seconds
two games on the rOdd like that
later
- and agamst two pretty good
Stevenson
cut the
Blue teams
East
Kpntwood
IS
De\'lls' lead to 1 2 at 4 45 of the alwa) s strang and Ste\ enson IS
thIrd penod, but WhItehead
leadmg ItS league"
compl~ted hIS hat tnck at 6.43
Bopp's on}.>concern was that
Umversity
Liggett
School
had the defenSIve effort It
needed to beat Frmt Powers
last "leek
Unfortunately,
the Kmghts'
dIdn't have the offensive productlon to go along WIth it and
dropped a 4-2 decl!:lon to the
Cllargers
"\\e had the opportunities,
especIally m the thIrd penod,"
saId ULS coach John Fowler
"We mIssed two open nets and
we had one excellent passmg
play and weren't able to score
on that eIther"
:\iter a scoreless first penod
m whIch the Kmghts had an 83 advantage In ~hots, Powers'
Jason PettergIlI
broke the tie
WIth a tIp-m at 1 24 of the second penod The Chargers made
It 2-0 at 5 3.3 on d power-play
goal that
hlt goahe
Jay
Mmger's stick and deflected
InW the net
ULS got OIl the scorpboard
WIth a goal b} dcfenseman Rob
Th1el at 607 that was d result
of strong forecheckmg by the
lllle of Chns MItchell, K C
Cram
and Jason
Cooper
MItchell got the only assist on
J'hleI's goal, which he fired
mto the upper part of the net
Petterg:J1I scored hiS second
goal of the game WIth 4.46 left
Several local gymnasts helped their Olympia Gymnas- III the s~cond penod W giVE'
tics Academy team win the Level 5 championship at the Powers a 3-1 lead, but 50 sec~~~:: !==.~~~\!-:'.::-~~t:~~:
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Township school. In front are Lindsay Holder, left. and W bnng ULS back Wlthm one
Marsili. Thomas. In the middle are ,Jessica Roszks., left. Ja!>on Capen got the aSSIst on
and Katie Weathers, In back, from left. are Darcy Down- Nlenll's goal
"TheIr (thlrd) goal wab kmd
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Sterlmg Helghts m 435 of the
final
Bordato's
other pillS
came III 153 and 141 as he
raIsed hIS record W 39-2 Wlth
29 pms
KoscmskI fimshed second at
112 pounds, !osmg m the final
on an mJ'.l.ry default
"It was tIed 2-2 when he hurt
hIS shouldpr" Roberts ~ald "It
",asn t as senous as we fi ....t
thought, but I dIdn't want to
take a chance on hIm gettmg
hurt more I told hIm we need
hlIJ'I more thIS week than we
dId In that maTrh "
Hlrt and Chad Cooper each
iimshed thIrd lTI the led.gt.Le
meet
Hlrt won hl~ first match at
152 pounds bv a 15-0 ;,core,
then
lost
to
runnPl. up
Nathamel Mesyn of Fraser 7.0,
before coming back to get a fillJ
at 221 and a 4-0 dcc,",on m
the consolatIOn final
Cooper lo~t h'~ fir<;! ~ound
match
at 215 to a ellca
wrestler but Cilmt' h:1~k II> "
hIS next three un pm" Irdudmg a.n overtIme Din ID the
final
"He was pretty down ,fter
lo<;mg that fint
mitcfJ
so
Chad and I had a long t ,lik,~
Robert~ ~dld I told h
'you
can come ba<-h. ilnd get t~llrd
place' HI' pIcked hlm~,'lf up
and dld Ju"t thllt "
Matt Kellett III Sol <Iod Pc sta
I UOI encn ('drnpd f<)UI t h place
ml'ddl" for the i\'or~emen
!'.orth \'tIll com pelt 10 the
DI\,j"10n If ~I '1tr 'nth'1<1 01 dl"
tnet WUl naml'nl :-'aturrlay ;;t
Oak P,d, Wr(,,1I1llr: '" "c~wdoled t0 <,t.lrt at ]0 .. 111
In
In"
rulllling drlJund,~ Fowler salc1
"NiemI'S goal was a pretty one
to watch After h(! took the pass
from Capen, he flIpped the
puck through the def~nseman's
ska~ managed to keep hIS feet
and spun around and put It m ~
The game stayed 3-2 untIl
Powers got an empty-net goal
WIth 39 seconds remamlng
in
the thIrd penod
"The longer we \1\-entv.,thout
t,
l"'ot Fo\\ 'er "ald ~Alla \\e lo"t
~ur' composure lor a couple of
mmutes Powel s got an elbo\\ mg penaltj
\~Ith 249 to go,
whIch should ha\ e put u~ on
the power plaj But \\e retallated and got a penalty too
Then we also got a 10-mmute
mIsconduct for argumg the call
and ....
,th 2 33 lcft \';e got a
slashmg penalty So ITIstead of
haVlng an ellceHent opportumty to tie the game on a po .....er
ed
Fo\~ler praIsed the play of
~hnger, \\ ho made se\'eral gooa
~aves among the 16 shots h"
stopped
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league season
agamst
JesuIt on Saturday, then the
Kmghts and Cubs meet agam
Wednesday,
Feb 25, m the
T\hchlgan
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League
cr')ssover lOund Both games
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Grosse Pomte South's girls
hoeke) team IS three games
away from haVlng a perfect
regular sea~on record
mmutes mto the game EIleen
Pubs and Megan Monaghan
also ta!lIed first penod goals
for the BluE' DenIs
Last week the Blue Dev!l"
Improvt!d to 15-0 overall With a
7 -2 vlctory over Bloomfield
HIlls
Anl1le Reinholz .\nn Garvev
and AT1dlea ElIch ~cOlea to
boost South sledd to 6-0 before
Bloomfield
HIlls got ..m the
scorpbo~tld wltb fi;e ~l'cond~
remalllmg 111 the _, tond pen-
Fre'>hman CammIe Preston
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the ~conng oUlburst
WIth an una~~l~ted goal three
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Grosse POlllte News
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Blue Devils regain sole possession of MAC Red lead
By Chuck Klonke
Sports
Editor
d II l'J ,lilt ~ J 1Il B"l ;..el
dnd
::'>llkl ~lt Inlllll'
1\.11<'\1
the\ n"d mUTC tel de II \\ lth
than lu~t a '(,lad l>a~klth;dl
H~d'11 ". hen
the I nKt Gro~"
Pomt" '3')uth If! a ':latUe fc r
first pl11• In tlie ::'>1,1<,'71D \re-,
Confere!'le Red DlI 1~I0'1
Flli
1'\llen
tlll
blUl
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fel c d d hf'drtlH e31-..mg 43-42
last."econd
lo,,~ to Chippewa
Valle \ a le\1 da\ ~ earber,
Ford'" ta,,1-.. got a lot t"ughel
"A good team hKP South h
gomg to pIa I \\ ell aftf r a game
like t hdt'
::'>ldnerTjC\
".illd
"Iter South 1-]ad stunned the
F alcon~
64-40
to
remain
a
game ahead ITI the MAC Red
race "The\ 'Ie not only good
but th<?\ have a lot of pndc "
South IS 8-2 m the ~L-\(' Red
:lOd 11 ~-l o\eral]
Ford and
Chlppe"a Valle) each are i-3
m league pia)
South \\as embarrab,ed
bv
the w" to •he BIg Red ~ "ut
beCdU~C tbe Blu,' Dc'\ r!, I<ht
Chlppe\I,\
\'.1 II, \ 'tIll dlll!'Q
mg J. I 1~1O;1 ch,ln'",or
dnJ
ol
u)Plu,del
t hi" \l "I' tOl' 1 w
t:lnb,\na .....,mE:'nt \\d~ 1n tL.l \\(~~
South lo"t
It camp on d defel'~' \ l' lao'l
thdt Ilft Ihe I'll!! Rpd~ !{ J
Hal In .... 10'11 ,!l 01 H' fC'l a " l.i ll'
aUilt\.
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t.. '-pu
tlwl1 ::'!R\ l Ho\\ ~(,n lonnected
on d Ihlel
pUJ.,[ I> I-h.,'[ to h(A)St
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p, tl<l.lllJ~
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"Tholt ,h"uld Ile\ er hdpp<n
1'0'" 'OJ II LL'me b.le J.. from a ,'" ,h and thl el' ,tc.d~ ,Jeff
::'outh coach l,cr,rge PetrcJuled~
P()lllt~
t0ur
lo,,~ but I thought \\ e d bouYlce "Cl had n,r)l
S'1\d aftt'r the f.;.'ml
I. bound~ and t \\ 0 bloc k", \\ hIll
Ford had to pdV lor ~outh ~ balh
'-e,en
Petroulea~ saId def"n"e wa~ ::'>11\..'"DHondt colledf'd
.lnger
dller
the Chlppe ....(l
I! bound<;
and
~!ccked
lllo
ttle kt\ to ':iouth ~ success
Vol]]'" \ l,ame i;ot a\\ay Th"
~hut...,
Blul Dc \ Ib ,cored the lir~t ,Ig.lln"t' Ford I\hleh be,;t the
DHnndt
h,\, '<.1;1\ f,CJ\lo:n u~
eight pomb of the game and Blue DevIl.., by 11 pOlnt~ In an
,om" help off the h' ndl II hen
dommated
the cuntest from earher rne"tma
Petln111ea,
~It all "t,:rt;d 1\ I h defen<;e,- IIc ',e nt'f'ded:t
start to fiPI,n
He ~ pl.1\ In!; \\ air ,I purSouth lE'd 14-5 alter one Petroulea" said \\ e toOK some 'I.G
quarter and stretched the mar. of the thIngs the, \\ anteu to do }Jtht
:-'elther
team
....a' dble to
<,ma\ from them
But It also
gm to 29-1:> at halftlme
,e, (C' control of the CfllPPC\\ a
vou pld \ some
If ~n) nnp •hougnt the Blue he!p" "hen
\".;\1,,'. Svuth game It \,a~ a
offense ~
De >lIs might rela'\. at hdlftlme
One of the things South took !famE> the BIg Reds needt'd
he ""ould havE.' been mIstaken
awa) froIl' Fl1rd \\ as not lettmg belau~e the) already had three
Adam He"s hit a Jumper
'o~'-es lI1 dl"j'-lOn pld: .H.d a
fourth defeat would ha\ e all
but ehmmated them
l L,ppe"a
Valie> led I) 5
.ft"r thC' first quarter ar,d held
fb'1t \...d~ i l~" ...~ n f ..-u ....
"'"ut!
~LOred ~l" ~tral,.;rt
~oljd
c.. hlllp< ,\ d Vd' C \ < oad,
pomb the la~t tv. 0 on a ua~ket
[nr I been u, at
b\ 1..1<' • ~on, to close the gap cd Kl I In \ CJ'~
our pl ice d1" th.L bu//(r
un J.
,).3 32 after thn'l; qua rter;,
Sean LI\eh "tarted the final gre It "hot h, S( e In trf' .,eland
Bot-n f::nY1e.., \\L""C
quarte!
th a basket
for o\€rtlnH).1
(}ut ...tandll'1~
CI'lppe\\ a, but Jeff See scored
on a putback and He~~ hl: tl\ 0
R J Plad"
it gI"t'itt 1)1..1\ ;od
flpe th ..o\~s te gne South a lfi
\\e ,.1"0 ,,;('1 a 'Uplf
pILI-.. froll'
3') lead \Hth 4 12 mmute"
C:'I ....c .... U' !-- d. tn.."t 1£., h,,...,.
got
renhUfUllg
open
Th'~ J...etP~ our hope~
Artel t\\O free thr0"" by the allie, but \Ie can t allord .In\
rroorp IO~~E"'" ...
BIg Red" Ron Zatkoff, South
L,\ el:, led tnl BIg Red, "nh
got ba~\"ets by Hess and
Ho\" ~on to lead 40.37 With 2 33 13 pOInt.,. Gorney had 12 dnd
Hallo\\ell added mne
to go
Ho\\ son toPFed South \\ Ith
A tlp-lTI by Llvel) and t\\-o 23 pamts \\ hl!e Hess fim~hed
lrep thrall' b) Gorne\ ~and- \llth 14 lJ Hundt and Sel edch
\' Iched around a free thro" b) had Sl'\. rebounds and HOI\ ~on
South s Bnan Hodgo an. t:ed pulled dov.n (he
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Coach Bruce Pelto and his University Liggett School basketball
tie for first place in the Metro Conference race.
Ho,h SLlhr-
team lU'e back in a
All proceed" from the camp
h,ttmg,
pltchmg, mfield and
Gro%e Pomte South". base
outfield
play, catchmg
and go to the Blue Del I},,' ba'-eball
ball team Will ho~t Its seventh
other specmltj phases oi the program
,mnual mdoor basebal1mstrucPlayers
wJ!i rotate
tlOnal camp Satt.rda)
:\1arch game
through fi\ e statlOnl> "
21
An\ plaH'rs \\ ho didn't pIck
There \\ III be t\\ 0 se~SlOns
The first IS from 9 a m to noon up regJstratlOn fonns at their
ANCER INFORMATION?
and the sec(md run~ fr,'m 1 to 4 LIttle League or Babe Ruth
pm
The camp IS open to League SIgn up. can pIck up
forms at the matn office at
fourth through Clghth graders
')nIY
South
or
the\'
~an
call
Gnesbaum at ['3i31 884.7834
All campers must pre-regis'It s Import<lnt that player!>
ter There WIll be no I eg:rstratlOn at the door
SIgn up early
becau~e regJstra
The fee r"mam,
::'35 per tH'n I~ hmlted - GI le~baum
We want to hep the
pla\er All \outh co~ch~s are Said
mnted to attE>!,d the dlrul £0, \ll~tructl<)n as mdl\ Idual as
pO~"lble Also. the mornmg ~e~.
trpe
T~e\ Cdn ob~er\e takp s,on ~eem" to fill up iirst e\ en
nLltes ur \"ldlotape
,h" dl jll~ • \car
In,tru('tor~
..Ire the COdlhp,-.OO .....C.. NC.A
"',lld South bol"ehall c.oalh lJan
itnd \ar~lt\ and JUnIor \,;r~lt\
Glle"haum
the c"mp dlr('Llor
pla\pr<; at South
\\ell haH' m,tlll<,UUI1
111 bil'eball
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Free throws help Knights beat
leaglle rival, regain share of lead
By Chuck Klonke
Sports Editor
Unl\ erslt) LIggf>tt School's
accuracy from the free thro\\
hne palO orf \\ Itn i\ :vieuo
Conference
\ Ictor)
for the
KnIghts last \\ ef>k
'We shot 80 percent fn'm the
Imp and made 11 of 13 free
thro,", s In the fourth qU..11 eer."
ULS coach Bmcc Pelto saId
after
the
KnIghts
beat
Lutheran
East
8.3-75
to
Improve to 9.3 III the lea~e
"We always stress the Importance of hlttmg our free throws
and .n a close game It can he
the dIfference \\ e plch up a lot
of fouls 10 our traI'Slt'On
game
so we have to be able to make
the free throw, We otltscored
(East) 24-12 from thE' IHle"
ULS also beat Ann Arbor
Greenhills
62-43 III a nonleague game last "eel-.. and got
some morC' good ne\\ I~rell the
KnIghts
learned
that
Hamtramcl-..
lc~t to Lutheran
~o(th\~bt.
.:Iroppmg
the
Cosmo... mto a first-place tIC
wtth L"LS
!"0" all \\ e h2\" to do IS
take (arc of our~e" es and \"e
have 2 ~p,lre of the champlonsh,p" Pelto ,md "We have a
second chance to contlol our
destlO)- and we don t want to
let It get ,1\\ a\ t'll". tl -:Ie "
ULS gilt off to a ...10\\ start
agalO~t Ed"t ,md trailed the
Eagle~ 21 15 it ftc, 0nC' quarter
as far as East \\ as concerned,"
Pelto said
Bruenton led ULS With 32
pOlnt~, mcludmg 11 of 12 from
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Parrott
scored 24 pomts,
Moultry
had 11 and Kevm
Espy and Justm
Maeksoud
added eIght apiece E;,tly dnd
;-"hck~oud combmpd for mne
assists
ULS got off to a good start
agamst GreenhIlls, outsconng
the Gryphons 21-9 III the fir'lt
quartet' and the Kmghts held a
32 22 halftIme lead
ULS damped
down defenS1\ ely 'n the fourth
quarter,
outsc0nng GreE'nhl!ls 17-7 and
holdmg the Gryohons to only
:\7 ~~ Ie ,rj
We ~t,lrl('d tr"ppll1g
the'll
'Inri got ~om(' tr.ln ...,tlOn bel<,
ket .... Pelto <;31d "We dIdn't
pan\('
,tfi,'r
thl' lir<;t c1u"rt"1
That,
\~her(' mil n1i\tunt\
<;hov. ed itgdll1
Tlw thlrct pl'nnd Ila~ 0'\('11
lJLS h'1d , 19 l'i ld\ Int 19O'
hut th" Kn1ghh
hlOk"
the
gillTll' opC'n Illlh
27 pOlnh n
tn0 Iourtn
qUdI
III
fourth
('R
vloult"
~COI ('d I h,'~k (t
then
<;toll' tlw mh(llll1d~ p,,~~ anct fpd
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The Kmghts
had ,e\ eral
other goud all-around pflorts
Bruenton
had 25 pom's and
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Midget .LL\A Bulldogs take first
place in Silver Stick tournament
I
~1(nY AA
C:~.4MPIONS
c;l
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Squirt AA Bulldogs win uphill
battle in MAHA District tourney
The
Grosse Pomte Ho,..ke\
SqUIrt A.A.Bu lIdogs
had an uphIll battle but thE-v
finally
... on the
MIchIgan
Amateur
Hoche\ AssocIatIOn
DIstnct 3 champlOnshlp
and
are a ....altmg the state tournament next month
The Bulldogs ....ho lost ;)-2 ':.0
Belle TIre In tpe first round of
the dlstnct, had a rematch
\\1th thdt "quad In the LnJ.ls of
the double-ehmmatlOn
tournament and had to beat Belle
1'lee t\'llCC to '" 10 the tItle
Belle T1re on the other hand,
needed on 1\ one \ Ictory after
gOJTlg unbeaten
m the first
round
Gro~~e POlDte ....on the filst
g-ame of the finals 3-0
The Bulldogs
carned
the
pia} In the first penod of the
second game but It \\ dS scoreless gomg mto the second penAssoclatll.'n
od
BeJle TIre s goahe turned
back "e\ eral Grosse Pr,mte
shots 10 the second penod too,
but mldwa} through the penod
Rob Small fed a perfect pass to
Sam Sherer,
Barnt.;,
The Grosse POll,te Hockey tournament
",hlcl; is held tn
A~bouatlO'l
Midget
A."\ Port Huron and Sarma
1 he
Bulldogs won all fh e games to ~haI!lplOnshlp :raph) I~ a sterw.t-.t:
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A..-nencan
Suver StIck champlonshlp~ m Sarnla, Onta:1o
The Bulldogs beat Montreal
1-0 In the champlOnslllp game
and gonae JIm Christman
posted hI:> second shutout
of
thl;' tournament
Grosse POlllte'S oth"r Vletones \'rere agamst Ph:laaelphla,
FaJrbanks, Alaska, Pt>km, Ill"
and Sudbury, Ontano
ThIS tournament
wa::. e~peclally gratlfymg to wm bet-ause
all of the teams had to wm
quabfymg tourna.'nents to par ..
tlClpate tn the fil"als," sald
hea:!. coach JIm Kendall
Th,s was the 29ili annual
UUb
':'u"
Cl
wntl
ear-H,d a sput
m the final, b' deff'cltl'1g ~e,en
o.her MI. hHran teams III the
reglOnal
tournament
ClaIr Shores
~The tournament
e:'\.~ltll!g
V.l....~
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In
St
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an
because man) of the ga£TJes
Were dec'ded b) a smgle goal ~
Kendall saId
~() u:r goalt t'ndmg
b} JIm
Chn'3tman
and
Brandon
Tmkham \\as out"tandmg Our
fOnl-ards -- captam FranCIS
Rodngllf'7
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'R",elf'
'R)an
<"luka (ach
p( It'tS
A'ld
Each play ..r on t lle team
'''' l., ...d a stel hng ;,llver pm
l.\i~I ...
yJJ.it
McCuen,
Rob Bra<.hel, Matt
Brachel. RIch W1lllams Jason
BernardI, Jason Douglas. MIke
ke\
our defen~p of Mutt Kf'nll~),
DJ.U rut} :71('" l~h, ::~ ..:,::~ ~Y('V.jlb'
Jeff Glffer .!\lLk Pouhot Bnan
Li ...lcckl ,Pld RYd.n Ndnken IS
~hut do\'. n the opposItion at
cruCIal tlIlle"
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The Bulldog"
.md Dan
lbuteo
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"We were proud to represent
th.. GI os~e Pomte
Hockev
A~so('J"tJOn
111 thl;;:
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happ\
to be able
",pnt them With another
t,J hang
to pre ..
banner
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The Bulldogs ',\ on the 19~7
MIdget A state (.hamplOfisrllp
Zlelke anJ. Anthony Luckow,
defensemen
Adam Abraham,
II
Drew DaVIS, Chns Kenney,
Stefan Hams and Andrew
Tlgnanelh: and forwards Chris
v'ho ga"e the Fox. Cameron Burt, A1fonsi.
Bulldogs a 1-0 lead
Ten seconds
later,
Ton)
Alfonsl
scored from Derek
Mayoros to g1Ve Grosse Pomte
a t~ a-goal cushIOn
WIth Just over a mmute left
In the game. the Bulldogs
had
a breakaVl ay attempt that was
stopped b~ the Belle 'Iire netmmder
The Bulldogs
were
Laught deep m theIr zone and
Belle T\re took ad, antage of
the lapse to cut the lead to 2-1
But the Bu.lldogs controlled.
the final seconds and mobbea
theIr goahe when the buzzer
sounded
Gro<;se Pomte had strong
play throughout
the tournament from goaltenders
Jordan
Mayoros, Small and Sherer
The BulldogR opened
the
tournament
W1th a come-frombehmd 4-2 VlCtOTy over the
defendmg
dlstnct champion
t-SA Panthers
They then rupped a strong
Royal Oak squad 1-0 before 10smg 5-2 to Belle TIre
The Bulldogs got a chance to
1\
regroup after the defeat and
ehmmllted Royal Oak 5-2 to
earn a spot In the finals
Tony Alfonsl 15 the Bulldogs'
head coach HIS assIstants
are
John Day and Rob Small Ken
No ....ak and Kurt Luckow coach
the goahes Harry Hams IS the
manager
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The Grosse Pointe Hockey Association Squirt A Bulldogs beat the Ann Arl:Ior Chiefs
3-2 in overtime to win the championship in the Plymouth Hollday Classic.
Squirt A Bulldogs win in overtime
The Grosse: POl'1te Hockey
ASSOCIatIOn ~qulrt A ~\lllC1ogs
made thelr ~econd \emure IOta
an OVt'"1:lmc toull1ament
final a
'\'urst
tt'e BUlldogs lost 4-1 to the
ChIefs lD ttJe openmg game of
the tournament,
but Grosse
succl.s .....
fu 1 071e \\ lth &1 '3 ~ \'1('to- POInte bounced back to beat
i) 0\ er the Ann Arbor ChlPf" a~
the Ply mouth Stlngra)os 3-1
the
Hohday
Cla"slc
m
~latt Long s "econd-penod
Plymouth
goal ga"e PlymoJ.th a 1-0 lead,
:\1Jchae:l
Rf>blg scured
the
but R(>JSlg put the Bulldogs
wmmng gl1.1 ....Jth 2 18 left 10 ahead ...lth goals on two hard
overtIme
as the
BulJdo~s
<;hob from tht> POInt and Tom
avenged a " 1 loss to the Chlef~ ~1acEalhem capped t'Je scorIn the
opemnf; rounr\ of t hI' In!' on a hreak3\\ 3) oet ul 0)
the third penod
The Bulldogs needed a
\'1Cto-
ry agamst
the DetrOlt Dragons
to reach the finals and they
\>,on 5-2 as Pagimo scored the
first and last goal"
\\ hlle
Adam Rock, Domelllc RecchIa
and Paul Sar.dmaIr tailed the
ones lI' bptween
Halas had two assIsts and
Granger collected one
SC0tt
Clr"ulo
a'ld. Jon
tournameTJt
Re]~Jg
Robert ... played
for the Dragons
Scott Gn nger \\01"' a bdttle
:1.!ong the hO'lrd<; a1' d fed the
pUCk to P",,,I2; ,\ ho brok0 do ....n
~h.. -nlddle and heat th(' Am.
Josh Hala.,
GrangE'r and
MacEachern also had assl;,ts
Wt..rst had an oUbtdndmg
g"m~ 1" goal tndk,ng 24 "aves
lrc!udmg se"eral h.ey ~top" In
Th Bulldogs' head coach 1<;
I en MacF a,..hern and hIS aS~l~
wnt' are Fled Halas and Mlke
Scll1dm"lf
The team managE'r
IS .Jlm Solomon
Arhor
gr,alw
Tre ('mefe
'\ltr
a v.n.,t
shot
kd 2-0 "ftCI'
eel ",17
711
.md
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& decoratIVe
Accessones
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at
22224 Gratiot
DRAPERIES
BY PAT
123 DE(ORAnN~
UPHOLSTERY
reasunably
mates
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810-7732572
125 f1NANOAl
SERVICE
work
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SERVICES
To rent th's space please call (313)882-6900
200 HELl' WANTED G~NERAL
Administrative
Assistant
ASSistant to the President
of a medium Sized ad
vel1lSlrg agency located
In Grosse POinte Park
PosItIOn entails
-Computer
sKllic
(QUick
Boors
Microsoft Word)
-Manage"ent
o' accounts
payable and recelvab'e
-Letter typing
.Proof "eadlng
.F"lng
-Miscellaneous
erra'1Q run
200 HE!! WANTED GENtRAl
ASSlSTANT
CONTROLLER
De13i1 Oriented
Il'd,vldual
With al least 3 yt:drs 'Iecour;tlng
expenence
re-
qUired for a "ell establish
ed Suburban pnntrng com
pafly IndiVidual WII. be reo
sponslble
for Job cosllng
f,nal'clai
statement
pre~a.
rallOn
and various
other
dulles
,n the accounl'ng
department
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puter literate espeCiallY In
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nmg
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o"er the phone loan reo Salal) basea upon expen.
offer a compelltl\e
I'>age &
ferals!
consoudat,Ons
ence Medica' Insurance
benefll package
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LON morthly
payments
coverage
and mileage
sume ncl udrng salary reo
All credit conditions
ac.
reimbursement
provld
qUlrel7lerts to COf"1troiler
cepted
1-888 275-2488
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p, c.,ng
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24000 Harper
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media
buy''1g
bad cred,!
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810 775 8063
ruptcy
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credit conditions
accept
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free
dom
call
1-888 308
0081 Dept J (SCA Net
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313 331 5380
or
fax resume to 313-331,
5710
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care
free
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outgomg,
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people to become part of
ol.lrteam.
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play
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generates extra
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tral'1''1g
for fu'l part time taSI1
program
for newborns
tax. free monthly Income
repairs
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lers
stock
deli
a 1d
thru 5 year olds
of $150- $500' Call Jill
W,n95
313 824-4258
butcher
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, 800 774 6266 'or 'ree
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small children
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8325
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to
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ACCOUNTING.
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467 Cloverly
near "Iac~
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30th Year 1.-.Buslne5s'
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117 SE(IlITARIAl SEItVI<B
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HAL.PIN & ASSOCI.4TES
21250 Harner o~ar B ~l,e
(81 O)n 4-6875
ask for Tom or Vlck.
WANTEDa cello teacher
to g've lessons to alai.
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stu.
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Ann
after
60m 810-775-3586
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by
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tlcke's
neededl
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11
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years
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Lakers
(My son s birth
House
calls
available
day)
Call
Debb'e
(313)821-0509
(313}343.5578
NONI JUice
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guarTHE Reun on e\eryore
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$on 50 per oottalkmg a,kutl
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health corn Cail Jirn at
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1-888'328-8727
West n 101el
810 b58-8599
UPHOLSTERY.
for your
rome
0' e'r oe
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sofas
c'lal'~
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call
313 824
4221
Busness
& IndiVidual
E- F'hng Available
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a party?
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of hanas (31.3)882.3022
frorr
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;;:.nd
healthy
pure, deliCIOUS
magic
ProfesSional
Bison
meats
available
magician
also available
locally 313-886-5163
(313)521-7416
PIANO In the park Versa.
MAGIC
of J R M,,"'-tee
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teaches
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313-8232150
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roll at any time. Monday
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10 classes, 560
100 I'ERSONALS
One hour non-Impact
101 PRlYER~
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, 998 sall'ng season
Ex- THAhK
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of all ages1 EmphaSIS on
penence
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Macklnacs
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Manganello,
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602 Ford
603 Genercl Moton
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654 B-:xl' StUogel doc'mg
655 C<lmpefl
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657 /VUorcyues
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MI
48230
313885
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house
week
3pm
6pml
AFFORiJABLE
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gentleman
24 HOUR UVE- IN
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Road Su,te 704 Troy,
ces requ reo (313)885duty nurSing
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(313)640 1998
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ENTRY LEVEL
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MI 48084 Altn Janice
1092
ence Reasonable rates
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48093
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home
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office
AGENCY
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se'1d reSU'l1eto Pl:rson
lj pe 3'iwpm Full beneHlgr Earrings
health care
assistant
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seeking
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available
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along
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(248)356-7111
Own car Grosse POinte
wilh pe'"opa: care IIQhl
Gro"se POinte Farms
row experience
m
CARE SERVICE
(BOO)475-EARN
3'3964 6789
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years
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a
need of exper<enced
MI 48236
(24 hOur Info Line)
881-6030
companlonsh p,
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med'cal prac! ce MIn,
COOkS Nannies Maids
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Real Estate One
LEGAL SECRETARY
portmg and running ermufT' high school dLp:o
housel--eepers Garden
liourty overn gh' rates
L1TILE Itd Y s Pizza needs
HOUSEKEEPERJ oabysll_egal E'xpenence ar"d
rands 30 years expenrr.a With knowledge of
ers, BUl ers Couples
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phone
ce'sor
pizza RECEPTIONIST for Psyt"r 4 days Greal envlWord Periecl reqUired
ence irJ medical field
medical
terminology
Nurse s Aides, CompanGro""e POI'ile area
makers delivery dnvers
ronrPept good pal' Own
Chology office Il' St
$95/ day (810)n2-7206
Lltlgallon expenence
ICD9-CM & CPT codes
Ions and Day Workers for
Licensed & Bonded
Ca'i
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Clair S~lores Part t me
transportation 313-527a!lpr6 00 om
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Established SInce 1984
303 SITUATIONS WANTED
ullng apPolr"tments light
LOOKING iar a
IDEAL for college sludent
POBox 420
alelY represent practice
Grosse Pomte Farrrs
MATURE woman seekSi~
OFFICE (LEANING.
~,Plng filing No phone
new ca reer?
Sitter needed tor 11 and
St Clair Shores 48080
Experience m cardiology
oe companion 'or elder. EMERALD Isle Cleaning
calls ~Iease Send reCa, a'1d see ,f YG...ql.allfy
9 year o'd children In our
Fax 810-778 5990
or slmliar Dractce a
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sume to DenniS Frerdo
to ean $50 000 We have
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responplus Competrtlve wages
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, Legal
your office bUilding 20
sUite 104
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years 6lCper,ence FullY
Tr.Jrsday
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Shores MI 48080
d'eams C011':: 'rue
to
Office
Ma"ager
"oneer
Grosse POinte
P"rsonal Care,
Insured (8101n8-31 01
portallon
r"onsmoker
Ing Kno,.,ledge of Word
Ca" ...P Fo,mtaln at
27550
Schoen'lerr
area
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SANDWICH make' 5- 9
(3'3;885-8799
a plus Ful' time with
313-886-5800
P fT' 6 nlgl"lS (313)886 MATUPE perSO'i1 nanny
Su'te 200 Warren MI
04046
co
Grosse
GfO~:eryP~,~~:~ue':~~enl - . 400 MERCHANDISE
benefits S7 to S10 per
Coldwell oanp<er
7510
ANTIOUES
48093
Pornte Nel'.s & CO'1necto care for toddler 2 full
rour, based on expen
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ANNIVERSARY
saleoays a week In OU,
ence Seno resume or -D-E-N-T-A-L-A-s-s-Is-ta-I'-t-Y-.--r-a-y
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Grosse Po'nte Far'l1S
February
15th- 28th
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ma, dining room set
sel ana cha'rs wth end
$1000
313-372-0804
tables and lamps 3 bedaf1er 5 pm
room sets 2 couches
with end tables dnd BEAUTIFUL 1920 s dIning
lamps 2 vacuum cleanroem set with table. 6
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Friday, February
cralrs buffet and china
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table 4 c'1alrs contemmando!ln~ ...~C~ ,\~nt
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puter desk $125 313
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cendllton
$900
881-3872
toys large portable dog
(313)526-029J1
house $25 (810l779
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cherry
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5577
dln.ng room set With 6
Inch grand plnno black
uph..>istered c~alrs EXlOVESEAT, cedar chesl
polished
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nos Tram $795 Michigan
new
$300
313-8863382
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Company
3816
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tlrre I
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color absolute mint con
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f,le
cabinets
cralfs
mirror
'Janey maple,
(313)371.<J835
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table
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Metal deSK $75 Oak 'agood condtmn
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dillon
Lex'ngton area
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(313)8850534
(810)359,8 ..39
please
$200 lOa m to 2 p m
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$':50
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, 1989 Dodge Shadow 4
call befo'e
11am or
Wednesday
February
Sanborn air compressor
door
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Day (313) 343.5573
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to 3 Lakeshore Ch~rch.
piece slate accessones
8826900
(313)881"318
(313)962.0192
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posler bed WIth ball and
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bay chests Stlffel lamps
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n8-0537
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stiver cal(e stand La Z
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even ngs
fOlElGN
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10 1991 Reconditioned,
1995 Monte Carlo loaded
excellent condlt,o'l Ask
wa'T'3nty P"lce $4 500
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313-884-7139
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313-884-5764
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textures,
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16
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31 3-8S2-OOOO
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slag stone & backfill
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882.5169
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CUSWORTH
ELECTRIC INC
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SENIOR
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1-800-372-4323
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313-865-8030
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DE,ORATI. E CO\,CRHE
(313)343-5569
ANDY Squ res Plastenng
& Drywal' Stucco repair
Spray textu'ed Ce'litlgS
(810)-7')5-2054
'<'rth o,e,
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MICH L1C. # 71-05125
Chimneys repalred
rebUilt re-lined
Gas flues re hned
Cleaning Glass Block
3RIc.K PAVERS 6
FAX IT!
AFFORDABLE p!astenng
25 years expenE;!nce
guaranteed war!<, free
estimates Irsured Lou
B,ackwell
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8687
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WATERPROOFING
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(810)977-7122
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SYSTEMS, INC.
BRICK & BLOCK
SPECIAUZING IN
DRIVEWAYS &
BASEMENT
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Doctor
RIChard Pnce
LJ.censed 882-3804
Porches
6ULLOOG BUilders co,!,. CARPENTRY.
R.L.
Doors, Decks F'nlsh &
plete home remOdeling
STREMERSCH
Rough
Ca-pentry
Reand repairs
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penence 313-885-4609
Cement
Dnveways
PROFESSIONAL
carpun
CVSTOM IUTCHEN
Patios
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30 vears expenBnck Work
bp"""o.<al
1m",1 .. boa>
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Basement Waterproof ng
Free £StlQlIta
decks
porches
Rea.
S Ii.]
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sonable
rates
Call
RogHvtnt: Itnprovement
Tuck-Polntmg
er arytlme,
810-779III 515-6008
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PLASTER & Drywall repair
and painting
Grosse
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Charles "Chip" GlbsO!"
Tear- OYts & Hauling
Paintlng, Intenor
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1005
& Gutters
WAT£RPROOANG
AMERICAN
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CO.
Carpentry
THOMAS KLEINER
BASEMENT
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repairs
water
damage cracks paint.
ing wallpaper removal
plaster,
textu'e
or
smooth Lteenseo contractor
Joe
313-881-
Addition & Dormenl
Concrete & Masonry
Plast~r Repair &
Drywall
Rough & Finish
GUARANTEED
WATERPROOFING
AND CONSTRUCTION
<:4 Yea,s experience
t'eastone bac.ctlil
Spotless Cleanup
Quality Workmanship
10 YR GUARANTEE
SENIOR D!SCOUNT
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ST"lA1GHTENED
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b'Jat 1927 dart 26 In
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stored new 454 ASK,ng
$32 000 &1 0 776-7736
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BASEMENT
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EASTPOINTE
APPLIANCE
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1992 Lumina APV ,oad
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7
pas"enger
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107000 miles ~harp
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loaded
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S4 950 (8101790-5845
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4X4
1994 Plymoutn voyager
C.Jstom deSlgned & bL.l!I
black 5 saeed hard lop 1994 GMC Suburban SLE,
IMS lamp van conver Cabinetry Repairs dry-rot
highway
"'j1!eS nICe'
9 passenger
2 wheel
Sion for WheE'IChalr23K
23 Years E)(penence
$3,650 (810)790-5845
dnve loaded FI!:lerqlass
excelle'1t
condl!lon
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running
boards - Ilke
$24,900
(3'3)88:>-8138
& References
1986 Jeeo Cnerokee Co'
'1ew' $1<1,900 Cenlral
\248)435-6048
1994 PJymo",th Voyager
manche
blue
good
Auto Le&lng & Sales
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conull.:m 1201< asking
313'885-8~OO
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tuli power, mint COndl'
bat1erv brakes
tires
Aller Road In Detroit
Ha'PE!r Woods St Clair
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exha-Js1 $7 200 or best
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Po nle lawn crew
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aftef 730pr'fl
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drywall
tenng
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20
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estimates
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884-8757
294-4420
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810757-2542
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Co
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1<10-774-7794
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5ewer$60
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.
810-791-0070
(Established
DrainS $40
113 882 ~6"'73
D, BROWN
PAINTING & REMODELING
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
ALL TYPES
40 YEARS IN
THEPOINTES
PllorT'blng Needs
oalnllng
wallpaper
In
stallatlon
Pres11ge
Painting,
Dave RoleWICl
(810)296 2249
licensed/ msured
pas
[Jlurnb
Cail
GEORGE OLMIN
WINDOW CLEANING
SERVICE
• For all four
'efmlshl'19
paint &
var'1lsh l""IRemoval• _
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882-0029
$
, 95-4 PAINTING/DECORATING
WOOD
stain
f
TUNE-UP
10me
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965 S£WING MACHIN£
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THE PLl ~.fBER
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Tear offs
~ 88-S565~1
Father &. Sons
810
QUALITY
workmansh
p
Painting
plaster,
Larpentry, all hOMe repairs
15 years expenent:e
In.
'>uroo fE'ferences
Seavers
Home
Maintenance
313 882-0000
10°0 off
810.7718014
IIIIlth thiS ac
954 PAINTiNG/DECORATING
Judy
i
FAMOUS
na,ntenance
serving
Grosse
POI'lte
S ",ce ; 943
Licensed,
bondea
insured
Wall
wasrl'1g
carpet
clean11'9 313884-4300
(313)526-7100
24 hot..rs
QUAL.ITY wallpaper Installation
Reasonable
pnces free estimates
Call
Mary 313 881-0273
Wallpapellng
30 years
01 quality & servlCf' to
POlntes
Shores
Harpar
Woods
Free estimates
illl
810-776-6321
or
1CCI'C11
HAGGERTY
I
931 WINDOW WASHING
Dave s
Sewer & Dram CleanrnQ
All p u'Oorr.g ana repa"s
nev. and O,d
PROFESSK>NAL
wallpa.
per hang.ng by Der.ltllle
18
years
expenence
Aelerences
available
thrOughout
ttle Grosse
POinte and Birmingham
areas
Free estunates
Call (313)882-7816
BOWMAN
Palntl'lg
IT'tenorl exteror
Res dentlal
26
years
experience
Calr Gary 810 326-1598
, Homes ' Garages
, YardS. Basements
• Scrap Metal
• ~pliances Removed
& R~--"-'
reCI_-~~nce Ing
I
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lie. Master Plumber
TR'y
AH1_7<;7_7?"l2
Large ct
Discount
MICHAEL
,
Rut-ber roofs nel<
and repalr
PrOOUc\ Warranty
'>mu:
3' 3.821 ,2984
Roofs
Flat Roor~
Gt..a'anteed
~PAINTlNG,
Wallpapenng
Wall Washing'
Jan 313
'_0...
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Shingle
"'1>,11 Wo'k
HilL
MADAR
Maintenance
Hand wall l'oashJ'lg ar.d
wlndo\' s
Free
est,.
'"1a.es
& r~lerences
IN:;,URED
886-0520
"'Frc'€! Estimates
313-705-7568
NICK
Palnling
40 years
expenence
Interior' ex
teror
Grosse
Po,nle
area
References
rel.a
bie 810.778.9619
~~S~ANZ'S
P':lntlng,
plastering,
wallpapenng
Prices quality workmansh,p
References
We Clean
gutter
c1eanlflg
roof
leaks
etc
Senior
c'sco:..nts
AI
(313)886.
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l,.VI
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-Fo-r-e-- tlve
Hone
repairs
.
II
Carpe'1try
electncal
plur"'lolng
caul~lr)g
locks
drywall
repair
ACTIVE TREE EXPfRTS
A. PAINTING
In'erior/EK1enor
'speclallzlng
In rep:amng
damageo p,aster' cracks
• W"ldow purtylr'g
caUlking repalntll1g
'~epalnl1g
aluml!1um &
wood Siding
• Power washlno
For Free Estlmale
Call (313)871-1925
Pager (313)301-{)139
31~-1207
Home Re-
Home
Inteno'
Exterior SpeCial.
IZI'lg In repal'1ng damaged
plaste'
drywall &. cracks
peeling paint Window put
tYing and caulking
wallpapering Also palnl Old aluMinUM ~Ialng All work and
ma'enal gJaranteed
Reo
sonable
Grosse POinte
refe'ences
Fully 'nsured
Free est'"'1ates
313-88?b038
MICHAEL SATIIARY
313-88~155
JODS
C 0 d e ,IviOla t lOPS
pairs
Clean-up
fll<-up
313371-8326
Jim
Bock.
aeratJngl
~Dlscount packages
JOHN S PAiNTING
Custom Wall
Coverings
Grosse POinte
LICENSED
521-0726
". ~eferences
954 PAINTING IDlCORATING
lfIfoonaflO'l
DRAIN
"Sentor
ps!,mares
& resloen.
977 WAll WASHING
GUTIERS
REPtl,PS
I'J'3!!!~!·
&
778.9619
•
OF
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PLUMBING
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site
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313-88 5-0146
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FOR A FRE::E E::STIMATE:'
Municipalities •
Churches
Recreation Areas
and more•••
Grosse Pointe News
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,
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313-
CO''1D ete se'Vlces
f'orr "'lJI 2'1d laml'1ale
.::: Pewab,c rT1clrOle and
g':a""18
ElI.peflf.'lced
Grosse
POinte'
Great
rates
rerer01ces
,"sur.
eo 3'3-8236233
PLY
DIRECT
JOHN Karoutsos
Palntl"lg
Intenorl
extenor
Over
15 years elCpenence
5
PAINTING, wall wa..hlr>g
year warranty
Custorr
by
Myrna
Grosse
t,r'shes
",all paper re
Pomte
references
de
mo.a
plastenng
810.
pendable
thorough
810-29&2274
Appliances
Concrete!
DH-t
Construction
DebriS
Garage Demolition
B.?sern3nt CI~r. ~ ...~
Can Mallei Remo ..e
Anything
PHILIP WASSENAA..R
- 313:882-0000-
945 "ANDYMAN
FREE estimates
31J106.6CI2
rnnf
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t'oOn:::ltt'At"'l
Pogor
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for more
REMOVAL
FAMOUS
Mamlenarce
wlnaow
6. guner CJean.
Ing
Licensed
bonded
Insured since 1943 313884-4300
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CREENSTAR
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822.9685
'-
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FLAT ROOFIt ..G
remodeling
code
won'. llxtures
Water heatbrs Installed
LlcE'nsed and I'1SJred
WI'1dotl\l putty! caul~lng
) Grosse POinte Retere.,ces
FIJII) InSJred
Free EstlrPates
tj,,lj, ~
tile Re
F'ee
est,
Ce:iS8d
IllSUr
C'.wwle'c"
MODI'" lED S'~,GLE
Repal"S
T...-Jp
S5S 00
I
MOVING-HAULING
Appliance
removal
Gar",ge
yard basement
Cleanouts
ConstructiOn
debns F'ee estImates
MR 8'S 313-882-3096
810-759-0457
944 GUTTEIlS
LANDSCAPE
~ \-
9~~ HAULING
Seasons
Tree ServIce Tr"nmlng
remo/al,
stt.rnplng
Snow
plow
GUTTERSInstalled. reIrog Free estimates
Inpaired
('leaned
sured
19th year
81 {)SCreens
Power
wash""?7e ~23"t
Ind Free esbmates
wcensed,
insured
"'ortheastem
Improvements
lnc 31~372-2414
,
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DAN ROEMeR
PLUMBING
PAINnNG
e~
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p'~JVer-,e'll,
lfie
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""TAr'
RESHIN3LE
CE~TIFIED
APPLICATONS
Free
estl77 43~3
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COMMEPCA,
Hntu.?r
313-886-2521
INTERIORlEXTERIOR
Power Washl"1(1
Repal'ltmg
•
Alumtnu"T1 Siclong
Vanety of color~
Fo<..............
Contractors
WR_Deliver!
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Ne\\ ",ork ,€'palfS
re'lovallons
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sewer Cleaning
code VIolations
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885-2633
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reflrlsf)ed
repal'ed
str'pped
any
typ~ of caning
Free es
t,fT'ates
31'3345-6258,
31 3-66 i -5520
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• Plumt>tng R~rs
.. IV .Antenna R9mOv8l
• "-:flog & Decl< Install"."",
• Sl'E0Al. W1NTER !'.ATES "
'\1'~~ fU~HITURE
WIN,S HrNG,'UFtiOlS ruiNG
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947 HEATINGAND (OOll~
• Sma~ I-+omc Rella r0
• GUtIe< Clea'!"'9 & Repal rs
• Smal Root ~81rs
Wood Cbips • ftrewood
• Soow-flloW1f19
'515
& Operated
j
CERAMIC
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PLUMBING
SERVICE
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- REMOVAL
• TRIMMING
.- LOT Q,lEARING
.- FULLY!N5URED
• SNOWIlEMOVAI
• STUMP REMOVAL
,
Sundoy
L'ce'1:.ed
I+:>ME MAli'I'TE~.Ntv"'E SERv,CE
SERVICE,
WOOD floor Sd.ndlng
refinishing
Michigan
Floor
5elVlceS
22725 Greater
Mack
Call
1-800-600.
Rv
PlumbIng
electncal
car
pentry
cera'mc
lile
painting or anything
Na
tille
G'osse
POi'1ter
\313}886-5678
:TREE
V,sa Discover &
Mastercard
accepted
KELM. The onglna.ll Floo'
Ron
CERAMI",
Pdl'l\ ng IntenD' ex
,e',L)' Pl0le"slclna
ex
,J"i'~rlcea
rete'er ces
f-ree (::itlf''''a~es Insu"C0
I INTERiOR-;----Bxteno-;Sp"lCk'lng
wallpaper
Free Estimates
toe
MIKE
DISCOUNT
810-778'2050
Call
specloltyj
DISCOufll$
Owned
573.6204
DISTINCTIVE
LA\A. N
MAINTENACE
& GARDENII'-G
SERVICES
sa'1dlng
reltn,st)lng
old
& nf'W (also ba'llsters)
Insured
E.<pemmced
Mac' 313-535.7256
{
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SERVICES, INC,
I----810-294-1650
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1+~ou h<1-8 a prob em
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Iu&PE
313.885-0257
Floors 0; d'SlinC!IOfl
since 1964
800 G'abow<;kl
Founcer ' PreSident
L,censed
Insured
membe' of The
Better Busmess Bureau
Free estimates
We :,upplv Instcll sana
slain and hnlsn wood
floors new & ala
-'
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qu"llly
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car
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sanding
and fm
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(810)772
1
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available
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week
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28 years expetlence
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