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• Endorsements for the Tuesday. Aug
2. state representatIVe Democratic pnmary and the vacant Wayne County
Circuli Court seat are on page 10A
• Haste may make waste In Grosse
POinte Woods' allemptto qUickly come
up WIth a rental property ordinance
See story page 2A
Residents taxed $1 each for Neff Park
Thursday, July 22
By Brad Lindberg
The MUSIC on the Plaza Concert
Senes features an eight-piece
band
that plays tnbute to the 60th anniversary of Jazz at the PhllhannoOic
The concert IS free at the Village
Festival
Plaza
at the comer
of
Kercheval and St Clair In the City of
Grosse POinte's Village shOPPing dlstnct MUSICstarts at 7 p m
Families Anonymous. a 12-step, selfhelp support
program
for parents.
grandparents,
relatives and fnends who
are concerned about and affected by a
loved one's substance abuse or behavIoral problem,
meets
at Cottage
Hospital, Lower Level, Board Room B,
from 730 to 830pm
No dues or fees are reqUired First
names only are used at meetings to
preserve indiVidual anonymity Advance
notice or registration IS not necessary to
attend a meeting ViSItors and support
persons are welcome
For addllional
information. call (313) 882-1921
Sunday, JUly 25
51 James Lutheran Church Willcelebrate lis "name day" festival at the 9 30
a.m saMce follOWed by brunch on the
lawn of the church
The public IS Invited to tt>e service
and brunch The church IS located at
170 McMillan. near
Kercheval
In
Grosse POinte Farms
For more Informalion call the church
at (313) 884-0511
Photo by Scott BalD
Change of Command
The U.S. Navy Recruiting District Michigan held a Change of
Command Ceremony on July 9 at the Grotl8CPointe War Memori.
al for Cmdr. Peter N_Lengyel and Cmdr. Paul A. Garciner.
The Change of Command Ceremony is not spedficaUy preecribed by the U,S. Navy regulations, but rather Is an honored
product of a rich heritage of naval tradition. The heart of the ceremony is the fonnal reading of official orders by the reUeving officer. who then states. "I reUeve you, sirl" The officer being
relJeved responds, "I stand relievedl"
This simple procedure occurs dally throughout the navies of the
world, just as each watch officer passes I'etlpooafbWty to hte reUef
in the conduct of each ship'. routine. In this way, the formal
PUlling of the responsibility of command ill echoed across the
seas and around the world.
Monday, July 26
The Grosse
POinte Public library
Board meets at the Neighborhood Club
at7 pm
Tuesday, July 27
The Grosse POinte AAA branch offers
a child safety seat Inspection from 10
am 103pm
To schedule an inSpection. call (800)
646-4222
Grosse
POinte Memonal
Church
hosts the last of lis Tuesday eveOing
canllon concerts at 7 p m The theme of
the concert IS Family Circus Night
TP to support swim team
INDEX
Obituaries ..
10A
13.14A
.15-16A
... 20A
Schools
Harper Woods
AUlos.
Entertainment
Sentors
ClaSSified ads
3B
58
3C
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Sell Your Car In the
Classlneds!
Your ( olor Photo
Home: Grosse Pomte
Fanns
Age: 49
Family: Wife. Kathy qon
Tom Morse, 35, daughters LIZ, 24. and Cathy,
29
Occupation: General
manager of the Grosse
Pomte Yacht Club
Quote: "There was only
one club I wanted to
manage
It was the
Grosse Pomte Yacht
Club"
See story, page 4A
Buv it -or Sell it In tlH'
Weekly A"Ward W"inning
Cl.a~~ifieds
& 12 Word~
O~tdy
Ipal park and expansIOn of
the Grosse
Pomte
Yacht
Club harbor
The
Tax
CommISSIon
became Involved
It determmed because Shores OSIUS
Park was for reSIdents of the
VIllage only and not all reSIdents ofMIchtgan,
the property should be subject to
taxes
CO=Issloners
asserted a value of roughly
$1 rmlbon
"Because of that dIBpute,
whIch the Shores ultrmately
settled.
petItIons
were
brought
against
Grosse
POinte CIty, Farms and Park
SImIlarly
assertmg
that
those respectIve parks werE!
subject to real property tax,"
Said Kennedy
The CIty case came up
first for htIgatlOn,
puttIng
Kennedy lD the role of spear
carner
"The Farms
and Park
cases
are bemg
held In
abeyance pendmg resolutIon
of the CIty'S case." Kennedy
SaId
"We hope the good work
Chuck Kennedy
dId. supported by staff, IS go1Og to be
benefiCIal should other commumtIes encounter the SItuatlOn we have," Scrace SaId
"We'll be there to support
them Just as they were here
to support us"
In March 2004. Kennedy
htlgated the tnallO Lansmg
before the MIchIgan
Tax
Tnbunal
He asserted
that due to
city charter,
state
statue,
deed agreement
and zomng
restnctlOns on the Neff Park
property.
It wasn't
mar.
ketable Therefore. the land
had only a normnal value for
real property tax purposes
Kennedy
went for broke
and argued the park should
J ennle MLller
Masses of homes strewn with toilet paper throughout the five
Grone Pointes can ollly mean one thing: It's time for the swim
team ftnala. Each year. teams from each city gather at one park
for an evening fllled with competitive 1Wimming. And, foUowlng
tradition, the homes of those swimmers are draped in toUet paper
the day before by their supportive coaches. like this one in the
300 block of McMUlan in the Farms.
"I don't mind the toUet paper," laughed Deborah Roach of
Grosse Pointe Park. whose daughter Ubby swims for the Park
Mutants. "I knew It wu going to happen, and the ldds look forward to It each year."
This year's competition Is hosted by Windmill Pointe Park.
Nearly 200 lwImmen were estimated to be in attendance on
Wednesday, July 21, at 5:30 p.m.
"Once a year, we bring aD the teams together for this positive.
family oriented event." said the Park's pool supervisor RocheUe
Zanmek "There 1880 much camaraderie between the teams even
though it Is a competitive event."
Zanmek Is eager to see the outcome of the meet. which will feature more than 50 IIWfmmlngevents
"We're In 8trong contention of winning this year," she said,
adding tbat the Park, Fanns and City teams are nearly neck and
Deck for the top title
8A
9A
BUSiness ... "
Opinion.
Photo by
Staff Wnter
The tax man has taken
one on the chIn
A state court SIded last
week WIth the CIty of Grosse
Pomte In what could become
a precedent-settmg
decISIon
about t8Xlng resldents-only
mumCIpal parks.
Judge
Michael
A
StImpson
of the MichIgan
Tax Tnbunal
ruled July 13
the CIty'S Neff Park has a
taxable value of $5,065 one dollar for every CIty resIdent
based
on
recent
Census figures
The figure IS far less than
$18 rmlhon assessed a year
ago by the Michigan
Tax
CommISSIon
As a result of the CIty'S
successful appeal. taxpayers
WIll begm paYIng less than
$200 m aggregate
property
taxes
annually
for theIr
647-acre
lakeSIde park and
manna
Had StImpson upheld the
Tax Comnusslon,
CIty resldents would face paYIng a
total $35,000 each year, year
after year for a park that
had laIn tax free smce Its
creatIon 10 1910
"It was a multI-mIllion
dollar Impact to the CIty,"
s81d Charles
Kennedy
III,
the CIty'S lead counsel on
the matter "We believed the
state's poSitIOn was not sus.
tamable and held firm "
"It.s a good day for the
Clty of Grosse Pomte and Its
cltlzens," saId Mayor Dale
Scrace
The state has 21 days ro
appeal
from the date of
StImpson's decISIOn
The Issue of taxmg reSIdents-only parks sterns from
a dispute ahout five years
ago In Grosse Pomte Shores
A group of CitIzens opposed
development of theIr mumc-
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July 22, 2004
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;yea~~,~o this week
• Impro-vements to a
parlnng lot located on the
north side of Kercheval
between McMJllan and Mwr
roads m Grosse Pomte
Farms are to be pald by speclal assessments
to Hill
bUSiness property owners
Hill property oVitllerllhave
been up m arms smce the
I approve d th e
city COunCI
fundmg strategy.
• Daytime lawn watenng
IS banned m Grosse Pomte
Farms
The new pohcy replaces
an odd -even wa te nng 8C hed ule determ10ed by house
numbers.
Grosse Pomte City, wluch
b uys all Its wa te r fro m th e
Farms, goes along WIth the
plan Grosse POlDte Shores,
which recewes only a small
amount of water from the
Farms, will conhnue oddeven spnnkltng in accordance WIth Its major suppher, DetroIt
• Robert Waldron, a City
of Grosse Pomte reSident
d
d te f th III h
an gra ua
0
e
g
school
and
Dartmouth
College, IS the first cand!date to file for the office of
State Representative in the
newly-created
13th
Representative D1stnct.
25 years ago this week
• The ball 18 startmg to
roll on reVitalizatIon plans
for lower Kercheval
10
Grosse Pointe Park. Bids
are bemg receIVed on work
scheduled for completion by
the end of the year
• Joyce Schulthels8 of
LrncoIn Road 10 the City of
Grosse POlDte W1D8 a Grosse
Pomte Theatre Clarence
award for best dIrector of
"Two by Two ~
"Clarence," a comedy by
Booth Tarlnngton, was the
theater group's very first
presentation ill 1948
• City of Grosse Pomte
pohce suspect two DetroIt
males, ages 14 and IIi, com-
entenngs m the commuDlty heart attack poolslde at
from July 1 to 5
Lake Front Park
Among places hit were the
Employees
are
Rich
Mole Hole on Notre Dame, Marcolml, Cmdy Kummer,
the Neighborhood
Club, Kathenne Albert, Meltssa
Beaupre's Service StatIOn on DaDeppo, Beth Janutol and
Mack, Valene DeGalan's Pat Crook
Dress Shop and Courtyard
Doctorll Credit the prompt
beauty
salon,
both on treatment proVIded by park
Kercheval Place.
staff for Murphy's qUIck
recovery
10
thi
k
• By partiCIpating III a
years ago
s wee
• Smce IDld June, local Wayne County pilot procounty health offiCIals have gram usmg global posltionbeen wranghng over the mg system technology and
cause of mcreasing fecal col- aenal photography, Grosse
Iform levels found in the Pomte Woods offiCIals wtIl
be able to create a computer
waterll off several Lake St database,
complete with
Clwr beaches.
Addmg to the smelly overhead pictures, that map
stench, massive gobs of sea- out exactly where houses,
power hnes, sewer pipeS,
weed laced WIth what catch basms and other mfraappears to be grass chp- structure are located.
pmgs and fish fly hatchmg
have washed up along the
• Harper Woods reSidents
eastside shorehne
could be skahng on thm Ice
• Lights out, says the Wlthm a year
Grosse Pomte Woods CIty
The CIty council approves
COunCIl.
a resolution for the Grosse
The counCIl demes a van- Pomte Neighborhood Club
ance request that would to construct and operate a
have allowed construction of combmed Ice arena and
actiVIties center at Salter
light towers around the
Grosse Pomte North Hlgh Park.
- Brad Lmdberg
School football field
The $75,000 project has
been proposed and fought
for by the North Booster
Club
• It's popular; It's fresh By Bonnie C8prara
and it's attracting fans But Staff Writer
Grosse Pomte Woods CIty
It also can be dangerous
That's why the Grosse attorneys Don and Chip
POlDte Woods CIty counCIl 18 Berschback were given the
ambitiOUS task of writmg a
consldenng
an ordinance
brand new oI'dmance {)verregulahng moline skahng
"The proposed ordinance seemgrental propertles-m
calls for skaters to use side- less than 48 hours.
Council members Patncia
walks whenever pOSSIble,
Lisa
Pmkos
and when skatmg 10 the Chyhnsln,
street, to skate WIth traffic, Howle and Darryl Spicher
beckoned the slbbng city
not agamst It," explains
Peter Thomas, CIty admInis- attorney team to respond to
concerns brought forth by
trator
the reSIdents of the Country
Club Woods Progressive
5 years ago this week
Assoc1atloll (CCWPA) COUD•
Sa Grosse Pomte CIl meehng on Monday, July
Woods parks and recreation
19, and preVIously on June 7.
department employees save
Memberll of the nelghborthe Me of reSIdent Richard hood B88OC1ationcharged the
fRIDAY. JULY 3QTH
2:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.
SATURDAY. JULY 3tST
9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.
rooD!
Kercheval at Cadieux
Sel'Vlces for Older Citizens presents
Danctq In the Streets
with DJ Bob Gray
Fnday from 6 00 p.m. to 9 00 p.m
Brouqht to you by
The ViIlaqe GrIlle
and
National Coney Island
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS!
balloons
and pnze drawm~
Friday, 6 00 P m to 900 P m
Saturday, 1200 P m to 300 P m
~
Grosse Pomte AnImal
Adopllon SocIety
Fnday, 5 00 P m to 8 00 P m
Saturday, 1000 a m to 500 P m
DOWNTOWN
GROSSE POINTE
,J
Woods counCIl and ad1mms- Berschback Sald "Then, If
tration had been UDrespon- there IS no aehon, a ticket IS
slVe to a reSidence m their Issued When they come mto
neIghborhood they claimed court WIth the reSIdents, the
was dnVlng down property emphasIS IS on gettmg the
values and suspected of fore- problem fixed and workIng
mg a number of people to on haVlDg the ticket adJudIpost "for sale~ SIgnS m front cated In my three years as
of their houses m the area the CIty prosecutor, I've seen
bordered by Bournemouth, thIS work well m almost all
Mack, Broadstone and the of the occasIons. Every once
west CIty limits They sald 10 a while you get someone
they have complamed of who doesn't want to follow
numerous carl! parked at the the rules ~
house, some wIth expIred
Such has not been the case
hcense plates and lD vanous WIth the tenants at the
states of disrepair,
open house 10 question,
said
trash, loud outdoor gather- PublIc
Safety
DIrector
lOgs and multIple faIDlhes Michael Makowsln
hVlDgm the house
"Every hme we have been
The property 10 questIon out there, they have been
18 .one of--about 300 ~tal
~~c:oo~rat1v~
MakowskI
propernes in tlfe WoOd9""'Sii'iQ'"
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.JWa~rtle8
;-tate
But the current or<h5 percent of all residential nance and procedures were
propertIes m the Woods
not enough for former state
However, members of the Sen John Kelly, who reSIdes
Woods
admmlstratlon
m the CCWPA neighborclauned they have hstened hood He presented to the
to and responded to con- counCil a proposed rental
cerns and complarnts made ordInance that would call for
by neIghbors about tills par- mediation between tenants
ocular house
and neighbors over tenant
"Smce the begmmng of problems, meludmg medlathe year, there have been a tlOns held m closed heanngs,
half-dozen complBlDts to the reqUIre a hstmg WIth the City
bUildIng department, and of all persons hVlng 10 a
no CItations were ISSUed," rental property, allow a reslsald Chfford Malson, act10g dent to bnng actIon agamst
CIty admmistrator
"There a tenant 10 mumClpal or cuhave been five complBlDts CUlt court, reqUIre a yearly
made to the pubhc safety property
1OspectlOn, and
department, and no Clta- would Impose a fine of not
tIons were ISSUed The CIty less than $100 a day for any
IS aehve ID respondIng to property owner who falls to
complarnts that have heen abate a nUisance by a tenant
receIved ~
or obtam an occupancy perChip Berschback maIO- mlt
tamed the Woods has had a
Clup Berschback had sevproperty mamtenance Ordl- eral concerns about Kelly's
nance m place, WIth the cur- proposed ordmance, esperent one haVIng been 10 Clally the Issue of what coneffect smce 2000
stItutes
a famIly, which
"Usually, the people are would be an Issue to be
warned first by the bUlldmg deCIded by the planmng comdepartment,"
Chip miSSIOnand which has been
a defimtlOn 10 flux In the
courts He also took exceptlOn to Kelly's call for a year~ws
Iy property InspectIOn and
(USPS 230 4001
closed sessIOn mediatIon
PublIshed every Thursday
"I would conSider that to
be an admlmstratlve mghtBy Anteebo Pubhshers
mare based on one request,"
96 Kercheval Avenue
Grosse Pointe. MI 46236
Chip Berschback said "And
PHONE: (313) 882-6900
medIation convening In a
closed hcanng, that would
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ViLLAGE
Gl'OlI8ePointe Poet 303, American LegiOIl, completed another pleasant,
IemiaDDual, lelf-appolnted task of making chlldren of the Protestant Chlldren'. Home on Cook Road a happy group of youngsters last Saturday. Post
303. with ..... tance of the boz car crew of Voiture 102. American Legion.
Detroit Pollt, took chlldren 011 a clay's outing. (From the July 22. 1954
Grosse Pointe Neww.)
Woods rentals ordinance pushed
I
The award-winninq
Balduclt Mountain RambleR
Fnday from 5-30 p.m to 8.30 p.m.
Legion provides happy outing
for children from Home
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MeetIngs Act ~
At one pomt dunng the
meetmg. Kelly agreed to
meet WIth the Be1"l!Chbacks
on Fnday. July 23, 10 an
attempt to draft an ordlnance to be ready for a first
readmg on Monday, Aug 2,
although Kelly threatened to
petition to place the Issue on
the Noy 2 general election
ballot
But that agreement wasn't
enough for Chyhnsln, who
called upon the Berschbacks
to draft a new rental ordlnance ready for a first readmg on Wednesday, July 21
Don Berschback pleaded
WIth Chyhnsln to reconsider
her request
"If"you want a stand-alona
(llel!tal) ordInance, you need
,input from the landlords, tIltl
older people In tills commuD1ty and other neIghbors of
the City," Don Berschback
said "You have to look at the
breadth and scope of the peepIe lDvolved ~
Don
Berschback
also
expressed concerns about
pOSSible legal malpractIce
Issues 10 draft10g a new ordlnance 10 less than 24 hours
Chyhnsln managed to persevere WIth the baclnng of
Howle and Spicher They
camed the maJonty of the
five members m attendance
that evenmg COUDcllmembers Allen Dlck1Oson and
Dona DeSantis Reynolds
were absent and excused
from the meetmg
"ThIS IS settmg us up for
someth1Og that Will fall,"
Mayor Robert NOVltke Sald
"I don't thmk we can have an
adequate ordInance completed by Wednesday, and I
thmk we'd be remiss by not
sendmg thiS to the Planmng
CommiSSIon"
"We have a fidUCiary
responSibIlity that an ordJnance we put up has a legal
defense,"
CouncIlwoman
Vicki Granger said "What
the numbers tell me IS that
the bUlldmg department IS
out there and tnes to work
WIth people I thmk It'S Irresponslble to have an Ordlnance drafted In two days"
The first heanng of the
proposed
ordmance
was
heard after pres~ time
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Thlb time an out of place
mandate on Colomal archItecture The result IS to real
Colomal
America
what
Lochmoor VIllage IS to
Grosse POinte Contnved It
Thmk globdl, shop local
fools no one
Let's set off to buy someM,ack
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Gro%e Pomte Woods
I probably could get a
lower pnce on the product at
a big-box discount .tore or
over the Internet, but If
Grosse POinte reSidents
don't patroOlze hometown
shopkeepers, there won't be
any hometown shop. left
Entenng
Mack
from
Moross m Gros.e POinte
Farms, I head mto the monochromatic
world of the
Woods buslne.s dlstnct Two
long COrridors of storefronts
form a ndged frame along
the dlVIded street, governed
Into umformlty by years of
strIct and ummaglnatlve
SIgn and facade ordinances
Storefronts meld together
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W
find the store's SIgn or
address
Trymg not to rear-end
carb dnven In equally slowdown-speed-up style by fellow members of the mcreasmgly frustrated fraternIty of
saps suckered mto helpmg
the uphIll support of Mack
bus messes
Can't see stores on the
west SIde of Mack due to an
overplanted
medIan
Flowers, bushes, trees Who
deSigned thIS three-tiered
bnar
patch?
A green
thumbed
dumb-dumb
Think ahead Plants grow
They branch out You can't
see through them
A mIle Into the quest
Passmg VernIer Destlnatton
I Say
rad Lindberg
not 10 SIght
V-turn at Brys Drive
Back down Mack III gtve It
another try As I always
have, but not as often as I
used to
Hopmg no one rear-ends
me
Hoping I don't hIt someone gettmg out of a car at a
metered space
Hopmg I don't T-bone dnvers pullmg onto Mack from
SIde streets made blmd by
on-street parking spots set
too close to intersectIOns
Hopmg no one usmg a
turnaround cuts me off due
to layers of bushes and low.
growmg
trees
bloclung
Views of on-eommg traffic
Halfway
down Mack
Where's the store? No SIgn
No luck
V-turn at Cook Road.
Back up Mack Same wornes
Dnve slowly enough to
scan each sIgn and door
number Don't go too slowly
and cause a wreck
Who let It get so hard to
shop Mack? Shop local? At
what cost?
Vp Mack Down Mack Up
agam There's the store On
the thIrd pass I have a 333
shoppmg average
A dmky Sign m monochromatic colors
Parallel parkmg among
busy traffic Careful Make
sure someone rubberneckmg
for a SIgn, street number or
swrelront Quesn t ram you
I made It I've parked
Fwe cents 10 the meter A
few mmutes parkmg time
Don't be late back to the car
A ticket likely awaIts
Woods meter maIds are
dlhgent
Wlule hIgher-ups 10 the
pohce department
wnte
speedmg tickets to husbands rushmg theIr pregnant WIves to the dehvery
room, whIle officers are
ordered to man speed traps
on the outsktrts of town Allard and Harper, Harper
and Vermer - rather than
keep an eye out for the seeunty of busmesses on Mack
and safety of reSIdentIal
neIghborhoods,
while all
that mcome-generatmg JUS-
tlce takes place, meter
maIds tend quotss
The store doesn't carry
what I want
The clerk's attItude makes
up for It She's fnendly and
knowledgeable She recommends a store up Mack
W here I bhe doesn t know
exactly Just look for the
SIgn Oh no Not agam
Up and down Mack You
know the dnll
I find the store I find
what 1 want A clerk IS
fnendly and knowledgeable,
concerned that I make the
nght purchase and not buy
somethmg that won't swt
my needs
The pnce IS great, less
than expected Or was It?
What about my trme, getttng
ticked off, nskmg a wreck?
Pomters shouldn't have to
Jump through nngs to support local merchants
At some pomt, no matter
how knowledgeable
and
fnendly shopkeepers are,
the pnce gets too high
He's mine
. \~
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..5treetwise
Juon Rolka.
of MUte
and
Cindy
Rolb of Grone
IOD
Pointe Farms,
and his fiance,
Mellna Pleitt,
are having fan
planning
a
Dream
Questio~ pi th~ W~"t
"I thmk they've shown a
lot of Improvement,
but
they'll need more pltdung If
they want to Wtn the pennant"
Pete Waldmeir
Grosse Pointe Woods
"I thmk they have a great
chance at wmnmg the pennant They aren't always
expected to wm, so they
play hard every game"
Heidi Bush
Grosse Pointe Farms
Heidi Bush
"Not really They're domg
better thiS year, but they
aren't an outstandmg team"
Jimmy O'ConneU
Grosse Pointe Farms
Vaca-
tion in the
Windy
City,
thanks
to
Chicago's
m
Due to the recent <;uccessof the T1.gers, do
you thmk they hat'c a chance at wmmng the
Amerzcan League pe,'nant?
WIMX radio.
mgon vanous
ltetml tQ be mcluded ,m the
Dream Weddtng package
that IS valued at more than
$20,000 The weddIng date
has been brought forward
from 2005 to meet the rules
of the contest, and IS now
set for Sept 24, and the allexpenses-patd honeymoon
WIllbe m RIVIeraMaya,
MeXICOAnd that means the
Rolka famIly WIllhave two
weddtngs m SIX weeks ,
because Jason's SIster,
Jennie, IS plannIng to be
mamedAug 13
If you want to keep tabs
on Mehssa's onhne weddtng
dIary as the date approaches, you can find her reports
at wtrnx cornlweddmgplanner2004 php
Ben Burns of the City of
Grosse Pointe IS a professor
In the JournalISm program
at Wayne State UniversIty
He can be reached at
[email protected]
net or by
phone at (313) 882 2810
Points about the Pointes ,-The sun, Carl Joyner, Clyde & Helen Wu and
Jeanne rizza .... what do they have in common? .
"I thmk they could make
It to a WIld card game, but
they won't wm the AL pennant thIS year Maybe In a
few years"
Brendan Livingston
Grosse Pointe Park
Jimmy
JasoD Rolka met Ins
bnde-to-be at John
BarleyComs 10 Clncago m
early December 2001 He
dIdn't know It at the time.
MeIi&&aPleitt, who was
there WIth so~e glfUhends,
s81d,"In walked tins tall,
handsome guy WIth some
fnends I s81d to my now
mmd of honor 'That 18 my
husband, and I am gomg to
marryhrm
Wlthm half an hour,
Mehasa had struck up !l
But fate wasn't ready to
conversation, and 45 mm"ahandQa the couple. who
utes ~awr, Jason askeq her
was carefully savrng toward
to hIS firm's Chnstmas
a summer 2005 weddmg
party and to a New Year's
Jason spotted a Chicago
party
radto statton's weddIng conOf course, Jason, 28,
test The pnze was an allwhose parents Mike and
expenses-paId weddtng He
Cindy Rolka hve m the
decided to enter along WIth
Fanns, must have sensed
thousands of others, and 10
the chemIstry because he
and behold, the station
lent Mehssa Ins coat, telhng named them one of three
her he would get It back the finahst couples. On the day
next time he saw her
WTMX, whIch IS known as
And hIS romantic
The MlX, announced the big
mstmcts were nght He pro- wmners, Jason and Mehssa
posed to Mehssa by putttng
were nervously hstemng
a nng m the pouch of a lady
"All we heard was' the
shpper orchid - Mehssa's
WInners are Jason 'I never
favonte flower - whtle
even heard my name I was
standmg m the greenhouse
screammg and crymg I
of a Grosse Pomte estste
couldn't beheve that 1 had
where hiS dad has been a
actually won somethmg,
caretaker for 25 years
and then to wm thIS Dream
Jason asked her what she
Weddmg was unbehevable
thought of that partIcular
All of our dreams were comflower, and when she saw
mg true," Mehssa said
the nng mSlde he got down
The hsteners had voted
on one knee and proposed
them theIr favonte couple
As Mehssa puts It, "The
by more than 17,000 votes
rest IS hIstory"
Now the Viewers are vot-
If we re lucky dunng our lives we may meet a
handful of people who are truly chansmallc
ThIs
,pcclal group WIll be prophets of sorts to us They
WIll dra" u' to ~
to help and be vdth them Wllh
(for lack of better \/oords) their own energy field
much m the same "av the sun draw, and gU1des the
planets of our solar system
We don't quesl10n the
energy but If It was e,er gone or If It never e""ted
life as \/oc kno" It ....ouldn.t ever be the "'me
My mentor and dear mend Carl Jovner would lit
'hI' !all ordcr
A, many of you remember
Ihe
,beer energy of hI' pcrsonaltty caused
people to
,top In and ""t u' HI' Wisdom and guidance at
Jovner unl\er"ty
ga\e me more of a real life
educatIOn than J could e\er prav my eblldren may
~aln through a formal eduC8llOn at Harvard or Yale
hrlICr In the year I wrote about my qulte-by,hance meeting at lunch of POinter< ell/de
and
Helen Wu
Clyde and Helen lttcrallv created the
entire youth program at the Detroit 'iymphony Orche'lra With theIr energy and magnct"m
Our fluke
meeting brought tv. 0 wonderful people mto my hfe
and with lhem a commitment 10 the connectIon between c1a'''cal mu"c and academIC ach,e'ernent
last Mondav the gravity of the 'un hIt many of
u< at The Lochmoor (lub In the form of Junoe I In.
O'Connell
"Not thlq year Pudge does
make the team better but
t hf'y stIll have a lot of work
to do"
Mitch Pangborn
Grosse Pointe Farms
"No, [ don't thmk they
have a chance at beatmg
the TwinS or many other
team. III theIr I('ague "
Speed I Photo
Nick Marsh
Grosse Pointe Farms
AHMfO
Mitch Pangborn
20229 MACK AVENUE
Nick Marsb
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HOURS
LIke Carl Clyde and Helen no
one could deny that Jeanne IS a
pas>lonate and chansmatlc person
In Jeanne' case. her passIOn drew hundreds of us
to al1end the 511«,al KId' Golf Ouhng and DIDnero The non-profit ,he founded SpecIal Kids, IS
dedicated to makmg bfe a I,nle easter for those
famlll"" WIth speCIal need' ehlldren
The sheer
gravity of Jeanne,
"force lield drc'" hundreds of
u, logelher to raise ten, of thousand' of dollars'
A fe" month' ago Betsy 'ichulte sent me a
quote tbat really ,ay' It all about people hke Carl
Joyner Clvde and Helen Wu and Jeanne Lilla
.H.... s to l!Ie cnzr _
The mIsfIb Thel'lblls The
tnluble-lIlakMS The round head'IlIt1le 1lI.... 1IoIes The
_wtIo_ttlInCscllff8tttttly
TlleJ'renotfo4lclolrules,
andllleybaollllOmpectforlM'tmI~
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I hope you'll agree WIth me Ibat we all love In a
beller place became ofthe<;e very ,peclal pcoplel
~h"'l'd /.",o.llahmeJ /Sma/lla (ome"'( ne/)
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Put Pierce
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circuit court
tly~
M
Llle Ul1IU time
drounQ
WIll be the charm for Judge
Lynne PIerce In her attempt
to be elected to the ThIrd CIrCUIt
Court m Wayne County
Of the seven candidates runrung m
the Tuesday, Aug 3, pnmary race for
a sale open bench on the county court,
four are from the POIntes, and one IS a
former Grosse POInter
Among those running IS Woods and
Shores MUniCIpal Judge PIerce One
of our favonte Judges, Judge Plerce
said she IS optimIstic about doing well
m the pnmary
After two prevIOUS
attempts, she should be gammg name
recogrutlon outsIde Grosse Pomte by
now
But she faces tough competitIOn by
another
popular
polItlcal
name,
Callahan, as in CIty of Grosse Pomte
reSIdent James A Callahan
He, too,
ran for Clrcwt court In 2002. He IS an
attorney In pnvate practice handhng
both CIVIland cnmmal cases
Also seekmg
the county bench
opemng are Mary Catherine KedzIOr,
of Grosse Pointe Park, a SpecIal asSIStant prosecutmg
attorney
for the
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GJlbert Groy Copy EdItor
CIuIa Waldmelr Intern
Wayne County Juverule Court, and
Margaret
Mary Tobin, of Grosse
POInte Park, a partner at Tucker &
TobIn PC, where she has specialIzed
In famIly law for the past 23 years
Former Grosse Pomte Woods reSIdent Audrey J. Monaghan, now of
Plymouth, also ran for a CirCUItcourt
seat two years ago She has worked as
an attorney for CItizen's Insurance
Co. smee 1993 and has served as the
company's natIOnal cl81ms counsel for
the past four years
Also in the running for the sale
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J Blrkn .. Ad>erbslng \4anager
AmyCoRlId,
AdRWllStrahvl' Ass1stant
Kath I~n M Stnenson"
Adverttsmg Representabve
M.'Y EUenz.nd.~
Ad\. ertlsrng Representabve
J~h. R. S~Ilon.
Ad\ erhsmg RepresentatIve
K."C Ong.
Ad\emsmg Representahve
Kathl .. n D Bowl ..
Ad"'t.rtl~mg Representabve
open seat m CirCUit court are Ronald
Giles of DetrOIt and Stephen P Korn
of NorthVIlle TownshIp
GIles has been an attorney for 17
years He mamtams
a general law
practice and concentrates In Juvemle,
cnmmal, famIly and ImmigratIOn law
and CIVIl nghts Korn, who also ran
h~r" YP~"C ~g'\ '5 ~!" :ltt8~C)
::.~ pn
vate practice III Warren speclahzmlJ
m estate plannmg
I
Grosse POInters runnmg unopposed
for their CIrCUIt court seats mclude
Judges James R. Chyhnslu, PatnC!!l
Susan
Fresard
and Kathleen
1.
Macdonald of the Woods and DaVId
Alan Groner, DIane Mane Hathaway
and MIchael Hathaway of the Park
As much as we hke Judge PIerce
and don't want to lose her from our
Woods and Shores mumclpal courts,
we do nevertheless endorse her, as In
the past, for the open CIrcUIt court
seat
G res Bi.rtotleWlCZ
DaVId Hupes
Pal Tapper
Penny Demck
Caroll."".n
Allan Glihes
Harrison over Lemmons
ill the real Lamar Lemmons
please stand up? All three
nse.
That's nght There are three Lamar
Lemmonses on the Tuesday, Aug. 3,
DemocratIc Pnmary
ballot RunnIng
agamst one of them for the 1st State
RepresentatIve
District
IS C J.
Hamson of Grosse Pomte Park.
Runnmg ag81nst Mrs Hamson
is
the son of former state Rep. Lamar
Lemmons The JUnIor Mr. Lemmons
hves on Lakepomte In the DetrOIt part
of the 1st DIstnct, wruch Includes the
five Grosse Pomtes and Harper Woods
In 2nd State House Dlstnct covenng
northeast
DetrOIt, Lamar Lemmons
the elder, father of the former state
representatIve,
IS runmng
In the
DemocratIc pnmary
The elder Mr
Lemmons hves on Outer Dnve.
And In the 3rd State RepresentatIve
Dlstnct on DetroIt's east Side, the honorable
former
state
ReP
Lamar
Lemmons, who lives on Chalmers, IS
runmng to return to Lansmg after
vacatmg hIS seat m the House to run
for the state Senate He lost that bId
two years ago to former HIghland Park
Mayor Martha Scott.
Now he wants back m along WIth rus
dad and hIS son Three
Lamar
Lemmonses at the state capItol hVIng
off the pubhc trough In fact, all the
Mr Lemmonses are runnmg WIthout a
Sr, Jr or III after theIr names Just
Lamar Lemmons on all three ballots.
ThIS takes runnIng on name recogrutlOn to a new level
What makes thIS pOSSIble? Term
Itmits In the 2nd and 3rd Dlstncts,
the current state representatIves
are
term-hmlted
and cannot run, leaVIng
the race WIde open
In the 2nd Distnct, the elder Mr.
Lemmons IS runmng agwnst 10 other
W
Democrats
Even the liberal DetroIt
Free Press endorsement edItorial said
to ~ignore the Lamar Lemmons' on the
ballot.
In the 3rd Distnct, the Detroit Free
Press IS endorsing another candidate
over former
Rep Lemmons,
even
though the latter may have more experience That should tell voters sometrung.
But in the 1st DIstnct, mcumbent
Ed Gaffney, of Grosse Pointe Farms, is
unchallenged
on the
RepublIcan
Pnmary ballot. He will face either the
Junior Mr. Lemmons or fellow Pointer
Mrs. Harrison We smcerely hope It is
the latter.
Mrs. Hamson is bemg endorsed by
the Grosse Pomte DemocratIC Club
She 18 mamed to longtune Park resiAddre8a comments to cartoonist Phil Handa at [email protected]
dent Bill Harrison.
They have one .com or go to www.phUtool15.com
cluld attendIng Grosse Pomte South
HIgh School
She earned a bachelor's degree from
the UniversIty of Akron and a master's
m
counselIng
from
Oakland
University. During her career as a
counselor, she developed programs for
substance abusers, male batterers and
Is the shock only hlttmg my genleave for school Surely they wouldyoung VIctims of sexual abuse.
eration, or are we all stunned by the
n't condone these outfits
Mrs Hamson
was dIrector of an
way teenagers are dressing (or not
inpatIent adolescent drug rehabilItaFor a whIle, every young gtrl who
dressmg) these days?
tIon center in Detroit and then a vicattended a party or dance appeared
trm's advocate In crinunal court cases,
I admIt neIther my mmd nor body
to be weanng a black slIp If you
rangmg from hormcide to cnminal sexcan handle the fasruons of the day.
were out to dinner, and It was prom
ual assaults on both adults and clulEven as a teen, I always felt slIghtly
rught, one could see a parade of
dren She currently works as a counplumper than my peers though It
young lovelIes, each m the tiny slIp
selor
with
Health
Management
mIght have been a matter of 5 to 10
of a sIlky black dress Talk about
Systems of Amenca, which proVIdes
pounds When I hIt 125, I felt fat.
peer pressure, heaven help the gal
employee aSSIstance seTVlces natIonwho had a few extra pounds on her
Now It IS fashIOnable to be 10 or 15
Wide
pubescent frame
pounds underweIght,
and heaven
We endorse Mrs. Hamson
m the
help the gals shghtly endowed or
DemocratIc Pnmary as the best candINow It seems that less IS mdeed
genetIcally
cursed
WIth heavy
date to run agamst mcumbent Rep
more. Blouses
and halters
are
thighs It can cost her In the peer
Gaffney in November.
draped
off the shoulder;
navels
cham of popwanty
What have we
exposed, and waisthnes
dropped
done to these young gIrls, forcmg
seductIvely to the hIpS Shorts are
them to seek theIr dIstorted Ideas of
never Bermuda length They creep
perfectIOn?
so hIgh as to appear uncomfortable
MIdnffs are exposed, and the bodIes
In our era of the 1950s, only the
are tanned and waxed to perfectIOn
tacky gtrls pIerced their ears or wore
upon and astnde a penna- operated on SIdewalks or on
nent
and regular
seat bike paths
ankle bracelets Toe nngs had yet to
In fact, perfectIOn seems to be the
oA horn IS reqUlred on a
attached to that vehIcle
be mvented
Body punctunng
IS a
goal, and Isn't thIS tragtc? There IS
SInce most ~Peds
do not ~Ped, as IS a reBTVlew DUrcareer for many these days because
no standard for perfectIon The role
have seats, they cannot be ror and a muffler (WIth resof the demand
for vanous
body
models vary from sexy temptress
If
ongmally
legally dnven on a publIc onator
plercmgs I am told there are profesBnttany Spears to the claSSIC NIcole
eqUlpped)
street.
SIOnal
tattoo
artists
who
cater
to
the
oMIchIgan
law
also
oMopeds do not have a
KIdman look
nch and famous, demandmg exorbIrequires that a Go-Ped have 11ght to a full lane of traffic
tant fees for their artistry
How does any red-blooded young
"at least one and not more and are to nde WIth traffic to
man concentrate
10 class
when
than two head lamps" locat- the nght of the lane Mopeds
I am thankful for the temporary
ed not more than 54 Inches are not allowed on IImltednubIle young thmgs are surroundmg
tattoos that wash off after a few
nor less than 24 Inches aceess hIghways (freeways)
hIm?
days or can be pressed on the skm
above the level surface upon
If a ~Ped
or Its dnver
for
a
few
hours
Because
of
thiS,
my
The contrast between how the dIfwhIch the vehicle stands does not meet the Moped
grandchIldren
and I can enJoy the
and one rear stop light Most eqUIpment
licenSIng
ferent sexes dress IS mterestmg, too
fad of the day secure In the knowlreqUlrements for use on the
Go-Peds do not have lights
For the guys, the baggIer and longer
oTo operate a ~Ped, the street or on state land, the
edge that our body paint can be
the pants the better Where dId they
dnver must have a vahd dn- ~Ped must be restncted to
removed mstantly
ever get the Idea that thiS IS attracver license or be 15 years of use only on pnvate property
tIve? The shIrts hang out, and the
I've
attempted
to
adjust
WIth
the
age and have a qpeclal
My thanks to Sgt Lance
look IS the antItheSIS of the gIrls
times and now reahze many of the
restncted lIcense to operate Cook of MichIgan State
Every body part IS covered and cama Moped
Pollee Traffic Safety for hiS
Ideas of our generatIOn were silly
ouflaged, where the gIrls leave noth.
oA ~Ped
dnver under assIstance In c1anf~ng thIS
Our daughters pIerced their ears m
mg to the ImagmatIOn
19 years of age must wear matter
high ",chool, and our granddaughter
an approved crash helmet
Sgt. Ralph E. Selvall1P
at age 11 These would have been
I guess all I can do IS hope the'le
on hlq or her head
Harper Woods Police
hornfic events that called for family
young people begIn to lIke themoA Go-Ped does not
Department
conferences
m
the
early
1950s
selves enough so that they don't
reqUire Inqurance however,
Tl"atl'lc Safety Section
It muqt be reglslRred WIth
have to emulate the latest rock star
Now, I am In the nllnonty of my
the 8e<'retarv of Statt> and It
or feel uncomfortable
If they don't
fnends m not haVIng pIerced ears,
muq! dlqplay a decal mdlcatDeadline for
wear the «In~ label or CO'ltumE' de
Just never got around to It
Ing the \ehlcJe Iq registered
Jour I also wouldn't mmd lf thE'
If a Go Ped Iq used ofT-road,
What concerns me moqt I'l what
Letters to
qrhool'l put down some gentlp guldeIt muqt have an ORV decal,
the younF: con'lider
appropnate
hnes Who know'l? It mIght even eleand dual regIstratIOn IS
dre'l'l for school, daytIme or evemng
vate grade-pomt averages'
:1
reqUIred If It IS to be used
I have to wonder If the parE-nt'l have
both on-road IInd ofT.road
- Qfferzng from the loft
gone off to work before the children
oGo.Peds may not be
Monday
Role models vs.
sharper images
Letters
Scooter laws
To the Editor:
I have receIved numerous
calls from parents and reSIdents who ask about the
legItimacy
of motonzed
scooters or skateboards on
the SIdewalk or In the street
These Items, called GoPeds, usually have a handlebar In the front and have a
gas or electnc engIne affixed
to the rear, the vehicle has
front and rear brakes and
can reach a .peed of up to 19
mph
MIchigan law defines a
Moped a. a two- or three.
wheeled \ehlcle whIch IS
eqUIpped Wlth a motor that
doe. not exceed 50 CUbICcentlmeterq pl.ton dlqplace
ment. produceq 2 0 brake
horsepower or leqs, and cannot propel the vehIcle at a
qpeed greater than 30 mIles
per hour on a level surface
Thl' powl'r dnve syqtem
qhall not reqUIre the opera.
tor t{) .hlll gearq A (ril-P('d
fiLq Wlth 10 thl q deqcn ptlOn
of s moped thl'rpfore all laws
pl'rtsm 109 to Mopedq alqo
p!'rtamq to (ril-P('dq
Her!' are a h.t of reqtnc
tlOn. and rl'qulrl'mentq
°To»(' operllU'd lel{allv on
a pllhlJc qtrpet thl' operator
qhall not nde other than
the
Editor is p.m.
News
JUly 22,2004
Grosse Pointe News
3A
Liquor license referendum on tap in Woods
By Bonnie Caprara
Staff Wnter
With less than two weeks
before the Tuesday, Aug 3,
pnmary
electIOn, opmlOns
are as mixed as a Long
Island
Iced tea over the
Grosse Pomte Woods refereCnldum lto make all of Its
ass cIquor licenses available to bar and restaurant
owners
The Grosse Pomte Woods
City CounCil voted to place
the
referendum,
which
would
take effect as an
amendment
to the city charter,
on
the
ballot
m
February
Councll members
..
supportive
0 f t h e relerendum claimed
the eXlstlOg
procedure to obtam a Class
C license m the Woods was
too mfficult
Currently, the City charter
states
that a referendum
must be passed by voters to
free any of the four avatlable
hcenses
the
Woods
IS
a 11owed by the state Liquor
Control CommiSSion (LCC).
Such a referendum
may be
placed on the ballot through
a Citizen petition dnve or by
the city councll.
Tlus IS the first time the
cIty has placed
such
a
request
on
the
ballot
Edward
Barben,
owner of
Da Edoardo,
was the last
person
to request,
and
obtain, a Class C hcense, III
1986.
CounCilwoman
Patncla Chylmskt and then-
council
candidate
Dona
DeSantis
Reynolds
tried,
but failed, to place a referendum on last year'b general
electlOn ballot to open up
two Class
C licenses
on
behalf ,of the owners
of
Maxme s ,Italian
CUlsme
anhd FerhtoswFamlly
Dldmng,
w 0 are not
oods resl ents
and cannot Clrculate a petltlon for a city ballot referendum
At thiS time, there are
seven
Class
C licensees
operatmg m the Woods
Reynolds,
who mltIated
..
the
relerendum
last
December,
said, "A lot of
I h
ed
peep eave
enJoy
(some
of) these
restaurants
for
years,
and
some
have
....alked out of them because
they couldn't
get beer or
Wlne It would add to the
excitement
of Mack Avenue,
and It would gIve us (the
councll) a chance to work
With the busmesses"
Not only does Reynolds
have the backlOg of counCil
members
Chyhnskl,
Lisa
Pmkos Howle and Darryl
Spicher, but also of former
councd
member
Ene
Sterner
"As the fonner chair of the
Mayor's Mack Avenue Study
Committee, we have to help
these
busillesses,"
said
Stemer, who heads People
for a Better Grosse Pomte
Woods
"If \\e can't get
together
dnd
help
our
restaurants
surVive, then
busmess
owners
have
a
Grosse Pomte Woods Will go nght to their political opmby the wayside
as other
IOns"
CitieS surroundmg
Detroit
Even Carol Alfonsl owner
have"
ofl.ounge m the woods who
The referendum
also has told the council m March
the backmg of one of the "There should be beer and
groups
representmg
buslwme Liquor IS somethmg
ness owners on Mack the else" said earher tlus week
Busmess
and
Retail
h' d d 't
t to
k
AsSOCiates of Mack Avenue
s e I n wa~
ta e a
(BARA)
posItion
on t e upcommg
"We're for more II uor referen~um
vote because
licenses,"
said
Ant~ony
she dido t want to make eneRimanelll, a BARA member
mles
"I'd 1 k t
Ii
Art Bryant, who was conI e 0 see more
un
did
tin
M k
d I
I Sl enng
ea 109 a recall
ngs on
ac an paces
dn
to
t t 1
f
can take m clients mstead
ve
ous a east I not
f
tYto B
h
all four of the council mem0 gomg ou
Inmng am
be
h
fi
The city needs to work Wlth
rs supportmg t e re erent
t"
dum m their role 10 oustmg
us, no agams us
former
city admmlstrator
But Rlmanelh
admitted
Ted Bldlgare, satd, "A lot of
not everyone
IS for more
us tlnnk the current overhquor hcenses In the Woods
SIght of the liquor licenses IS
"There are some who are better"
upset because (more hquor
If h
referendum
IS
hcenses) would be a threat
t de b
h
P
to them," Rlmanelh said
a
provCeI Y It e voters,
C ass
l
A to
t
D CI
Iquor Icense applln me te
I emente,
ts
ld h
to
k h
preSident
of the Grosse
c~
wou to
aS t~
tl
d
Pomte
Busmess
& ~I Y counc
"consl er
ProfeSSIOnal AsSOCIation of
above all others m obtalOMack Avenue, openly ms- 109 a license from the LLC
played her dIspleasure Wlth
Spresa
Mamuslan,
coReynolds, Cbyhnskt,
Howle owner of Maxtne's, satd she
and SpIcher for plaClng the would apply for a Class C
issue on the ballot at a coun- hcense If the referendum
18
cil
meetmg
10
March
approved by the voters
However,
earlier thiS week
"We're hopmg It Will go
she said, "ThIS IS somethmg
through,"
Mamuslan
saId
that's an mdlVldual kmd of "Our patrons
are always
th10g We don't want to get requestlOg Wine to go With
mto the middle of It The their meals"
a:
- - -- --I
REGARDING
CLASS ClfAVERN
I
LICENSES
I
Statement
of Purpose:
The City Council has pro- j
posed an amendment
to Chapter 50 of the City Code
entitled Liquor and Tavern LICenses SectIOn 50-2 currently allows SIX Class C licenses, dnd SectIOn 50-3 cur- I
rently allo ....s one tavern hcense Thele are Currently SIX
~~~s C LhlceCnsesafnGdone Tavern Licenses Issued and
.....,.,. m t e Ity 0
rObse Pomte Woodb The proposed
amendment
t{J Chapter 50 would mcrease the poSSIble
manmum
number of Class Ctl'avern Licenses by four
(~), so that the maXImum amount of Class Ctl'avern
~censes
m the CIty of Gros~e Pomte Woods would
mcrease from seven to eleven
--BALLOT
i
BALLOT PROPOSAL
"PROPOSED
AMENDMENT
TO THE
POINTE WOODS CITY CODE, CHAPTER
TLED LIQUOR AND TAVERN LICENSES"
GROSSE
50, ENTI-
TO INCREASE
THE NUMBER OF CLASS Ctl'AVERN LICENSES AVAILABLE FOR DISTRIBUTION
IN
GROSSE
POINTE
WOODS
FROM
SEVEN
TO
ELEVEN
The Grosse Pomte Woods CIty CounCil has proposed
an amendment
to Chapter
50 which controls
the
issuance of ClassCtl'avern
LIcenses SectIon 50-2 currently states that no more than SIX (6) Class C Licenses
can be ISSUed or approved for use SectIOn 50-3 states
that no more than one (1) tavern hcen~e can be ISSUed or
approved for use A~cordmgly. the ordmance currently
allows a total of seven (7) Class ClTavern Licenses to be
issued or approved for use All seven are currently m
use.
Should Sections 5Q.2 and 50-3 be combined into
one new Section 50-2 to allow for a total of eleven
(11) Class ClTavern Licenses to be issued or
approved for use?
[YES]
[NO]
Robusto's goes alfresco
Photo by Bonme Caprara
The sidewalk outside Robusto's, a wine and martini. bar in Grosae Pointe
Woods. wtlllikely be bustling with customers soon pencling final approval by the
state Liquor Control Commission.
By Bonnie Caprara
Staff Wnter
One Grosse Pomte Woods
bar may soon be heedmg the
future VISion of the Clty even
before Its master plan gets
pubhshed
Robusto's Will be offermg
outdoor seatIng
pendmg
a
final approval
of plans by
the SUite Llqqor I CplJ..tr~l
CommiSSIon
Robusto's
owner Jackie
Baumgart
approached
the
Grosse PolOte Woods City
CounClI about addlOg outdoor seating
to her estabhshment
10 order
to boost
busmess dunng the summer
months, whIch typically falls
off about 35 percent
The counctl worked milgently through two preVIous
work sessIOn and a regular
counCil meetmg
to make
such a plan work for the
wme
and
martml
bar
Baumgart
has owned for
the past three years It was
brought up by several members of the counClI at those
sessIOns that outdoor seat109 was somethmg that was
Cell access grows in Grosse Pointe City
By Brad Lindberg
areas
Nextell
plans to IOstall
Two more
communtcaunobtruSive,
36-mch whip
tlons companIes have been antennas
on 18 eXlstmg
granted
access
to public
poles
owned
by DetrOit
nghts-of-way
10 the City of
Edison poles, mamly below
Grosse POInte
Jefferson
Placement
IS
City offiCials thiS week
deSigned to mcrease coverapproved
the requests
m age on the City'S ~outh Side
accordance
WIth the Metro
The
network
WIll be
Act, short for Metropohtan
hnked by optical fiber cables
Ext
ens
Ion
and based at a station In the
TelecommumcatlOns
Rightsattic of a small commumty
of-way O\erslght Act
bUilding t{) be bUilt at Kerby
The
deCISIOns
mean
FIeld
In
Grosse
Pomte
Nextell
CommUnicatiOns
Farms
and
MIChIgan
Bell/SBC
John Fildew, City attorMichigan
can Install wueney, ~ald SBC has no plans
less commumcatlon
l'QUlpto stnng antennas
ment
on poles
runnmg
"They're not talkmg about
behmd, between and among
any ney,. faClhtlE'~," he qald
properties In the City's reSI "(their apphcatlOn I I' a predentlal
and
commerCIal
cautIOn"
Staff Wnter
Nextell has agreements
to
ng antennas
III the Fanus,
Shores and Woods An apphcation
IS pendmg
m the
Park
The Metro Act was enacted III 2002 to replace a law
govemmg
access of certain
government
property,
such
as nght-of-wa),
by telecommumcatlOns
firms
"A mumclpahty
cannot
hold up a telecommumcahons camer
who wants to
use the nght-of-way," Flldew
said
"The
Act
reqUIres
prOViders to pay fee~ to the
~etro Authonty,
which dlstnbutes
the
revenue
to
mUnlclpahtle~
that
opted
m,~ smd Bnan Vlck, asslstant Clty manager
highly deSired by reSidents
"I thmk It'S a step 10 the
who attended a master plan
nght
direction
fot
Vlslomng session III May
Robusto's,"
Baumgart
said.
The
counCil
granted
"It's an attractive
addition td
Robusto's a temporary
use our busmess and an altemapermit,
whIch
Will come tlVe to the water bars 10 St
back for a second approval
ClaIr Shores."
10 a wntten
fonn at the
The use
vanance
Will
counCll's Monday, July 19, allow Robusto's
to prOVIde
meetmg
outdoor seatmg unttl Oct L
COUlll:Jlwoman
Patncu8
4tWr /:bat, thtl' CIoJ/.locuand
ChyhnskJ, the maker of the planmng
commiSSion
Will
motton to grant
Robusto's
reevaluate the city's need for
the
use
vanance,
sald,
outdoor seatmg zomng ord!"Robusto's
needs the busI- nance
ness and commumty
sup"ThIS Impacts future SltUport
I've talked
to many
atlOns that WIll anse Wlth
neIghbors
who thmk It'S a establtshments
not as fine
good Idea It's a high-class
as Robusto's,"
CounCilman
estabhshment"
Allen Dlckmson S81d
RED HAT
FASHIONS
ALWAY6
SOCIETY
& ACCESSORIES
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~
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The City has approved
three apphcatlons
so far
"We've
authorized
Clearlmx
ro do much the
same," saId Mike Overron,
CIty manager
Clearhnx mstalls commumcattons mfrastructure
but
doesn't prOVide commumcatlons servtce
Nextell
and SBC each
paid the City a $500 applicatIOn fee and $15,000
for
mamtenance
Jazz is tonight's
Music on Plaza
Tomght's
MUSIC on the
Plata
Concert
Senes IS a
tnbute to the 60th anmversary
of
Ja7Z
at
the
Phllhannomc
An eIght-piece
all-star
band Wlll play mUSIC from
the famous J A T P concert.q
feel, good that th(> Judge ,aw
'Wlrnmer or piCnIcker - It'. produced by Norman Granz
fit to agrl'E' With u. "
a part of th!' fAbnc of the m 1944
commumty,"
qald Scrace a
In an effort to quantify
The ongInal .enes includNl'ff Park', value to the City, 33-)ear
reqldent
"In my
ed Ella Fitzgerald.
Bllhe
ca.E'
we
have
hfelong
mUniCipal
repre'"ntatlves
Hohday, Nat Ktng Cole, Les
fTlend~hlp'l
that
revolve
conducted a 'IlTVI'Y through
Paul
qaxophomsts
Charlie
the Groq~e POIntE' Board of Around the park
Whflt a
Parker
Lester Young Fhp
grE'At placl' •
Realtor'
Phllhps,
and
IllinOIS
He,ultq
found R "dIrect
K"nnPdy dIdn't f1ct fllone
.Jacquet
pianists
Bud
And Q'7abl(. ImpAct on value
HE' qAld att{)rn,,~. r"prE'qentPowell and O.car PeteNon,
would occur to thl' rl'Qlllpn- 109 thE' Gro."C P01OtE'q can
the
Count
Ba'le
band,
Inhutcd III thl' cage PArtlCUtlAI d""IIIng" umt'> If th"
drumml'r Gene Krupa, Stan
(pRrk plaYgTound and pool I larlv Tom NOW1Ckl, Shores'
('",t7, fhzzy Gillespie,
Ben
Wf'r" not r,,"tncti'd
to rl'ql- coun.!'1
Wl'hqtE'r,
and
LIOnel
dent. " Stlmp~on rull'd
"HE' wrote ~om" of thE' 101
Hampton
"Whf'lhE'r YOU enJo~ the tlfll bnef. and arKUmE'n~:
MUqJc on thE' Plaza"
a
park a. a youngqter
'en lOr, K"nnl'dv qRld "HI' ,hould bl'
frE'E',outdoor 'lenes
ae\.. nowledged
fRmlly bOAt"r, /iqherman,
MusIc starts at 7 p m
Park
tax--------From page lA
be gIVen a taxable value of
$0
"Any value attnblltahlE'
to
the park IS already reflected
10 the value,
and therE'fore
the as,es,rnents
of reqldentlal property
wlthm
thE'
City," Kennedy said, accordmg to Stlmpqon',
26-page
opInIOn
"The Judgp e,sentlBlIy
I'
sll,tamlng'
the
nommal
value," KennE'dy ,aid
"We believed all Alon~ we
WE're on good legal and
moral ground,~ ,aId Mike
Overton,
city manager
"It
•
edmund t. ANEE jewelers
101Jtw.ct A.,.......
f.rotw.
, ROO
q"
"""MP Wood\, t,ll 411.
"Hlr
News
General manaeer
takes c;PYC to next level
'-'
July 22, 2004
4A
Grosse Pointe News
By Chris Waldmelr
Special Writer
After SIX)-ears of manag
worked very hard to contm- sure that your good people
mg the DYC, Mooney want.
ue to upgrade," said Mooney are here and are well taken
Mike Moone~ may not I'd a change and applied for
"We looked at It and saId we care of"
have a lot of experience
a Job as the general managhave to do thIS because we
One major change that
II hen It comes to )-alhts, but
have to keep Improving the occurred under Mooney'~
he has all but mastered the er of the Annapohs Yacht
Club 10 Maryland, a pOoltlon
faClhty and makmg It an watch was replacmg fonnel"
realm of yacht clubs
attractive club for somebody Executive Chef MIke GreeIlt;
From the DetrOIt Yacht that he held from 1995consldenng
JOining, and WIth Chef Robert Ca~~~
Club to the Annapohs Yacht 2002
"My WIfeand I had decld.
more Importantly to keep whom Mooney worked WWJ
Club and now the Grosse
cd earher that }ear that we
the people who are here It's for many years at AnnapolU
Pomte Yacht Club, Mooney
wanted to come back to
a full serVIce club, but It's Yacht Club
learned a lot about the
Detroit," Said Mooney "But
not for everybody"
"I thmk that some of our
mner-workmgs of the club
there was only one yacht
Grosse
Pomter
Carl menu Items were dnVlnl
mdustry, which has earned
club there that I really
RashId Jr, who was com- dmers away from the club
hIm the soat as general
modore of the
GPYC 10 Rob's food IS cutt10g edge, It
manager of the nationally wanted to manage, and that
was the Grosse POinte Yacht
2002 when Mooney was tastes good, and there lS
recognIzed GPYC
Club Jack (SulhvanJ had
hIred, sald, "He's done an somethlOg to be said for
Michael J Mooney was
excellent Job He took over good food SImply prepared,"
born on Aug 11, 1954, and heen hl!re for a long time,
and I was sure he was not
from a legacy that was cre- Said Mooney
was rauied on DetrOlt's west
gomg anywhere So I started
ated by Jack Sulhvan, who
"The proof IS m the pudSIde an area that at the
to mterVlew for country club
IS one of the top club man- dmg More of our members
time was m good condition
Jobs In Maryland so that I
agers In the country, and are coming here to dme We
When the nots broke out
could manage a country club
"ho had been a part of the hope that they Wlll contmue
m DetrOIt m 1967, hIS parfor a few years and be ready
yacht club for about 15 to dme here and bnng new
ents moved the family to when a Job opened up In the
years"
members Wlth them"
Llvoma, and he graduated
Other assets to the club
Mooney has been mamed
from Llvoma Stevenson Grosse Pomte area
"There was one posItion
10clude the sallmg program
for 20 years to Kathy
HIgh School 10 1972
open pretty close to my
The club has made major Mooney, wqo IS the general
Mooney
attended
home 10 Maryland, and they
stndes In makmg the teach- manager
bf the Grots4}
MIChIgan State Umverslty
really liked me," Mooney
109 program
for young Pomte Club in Grosse Pom'te
and obtalOed a bachelor's continued "I hked them too,
Sailors one of the best m the Farms
degree 10 hotel restaurant
so It was a mce fit But when
country
Being back 10 Mlcmgan IS
management
It came time to say yes or no,
"We've taken a big step something that they both
After worklOg 10 the as much as I thought I needthis year lD hinng Joe wanted
hotelJrestaurant field whtle
I'd to do It, IJust dIdn't thmk
Hams as our new wrector of
"It's been great fun watchearnmg hiS MBA 10 the hossalling," Sald Mooney "We're 109 the VISIon of the yacht
pltahty program at MSU, It was nght for me So I
called and told them that I
baslcally makmg salhng a club come together It gtves
Mooney receIved a phone
year round program Our me the greatest feehng 10
call from a former co-worker couldn't do It After I hung
up the phone, It rang agam,
lads WlIIbe gOing to regattas the world," sald Mooney,
and member of the DYC She
and It was Jack Sulhvan
In the south dunng the WlOAs for the future of the
1Oformed hIm that the POSItelhng me that he was leavter months We're really tak- GPYC Mooney plans to be
tion of club manager was
the GPYC and that he
mg that next big 'Step for us around for a while to see it
available and sald he should Ing
really thought that 1 should
to Jump 1Oto the league of prosper.
apply
apply for the Job I was
truly outstandmg programs
"1 thmk our future 18
Mooney wasn't too keen
stunned"
10 the country"
extremely
bnght,"
said
on the Idea
Out of a field of some 80
Mooney spends roughly 60 Mooney, "We have great
"I always heard that at
candIdates, Mooney made
hours per week m the sum- faClhtles, and the memberclubs you had a thousand
the last five short hst from
4.1
mer months and 50 hours shIp ISloyal to the club ThIU
bosses, and so I saId that I
whIch a general manager
per week 10 the Wlnter at IS somethmg that you can't
dIdn't know If that was
would be htred
• ",...
the GPYC
put a value on Our memoomethmg that I wanted to
He ultimately got the Job,
..
._
"It IB my Job as a profes- bers have always stepped up
do," Said Mooney. recallmg
and after two successful..."
slOnal to wor~ WIth the when the club hllll needed
hIS fnend's tip HIS fnend, years, the members see
board of dIrectors and help them"
however, talked hIm 1OtoVlS- changes In and around the
As general
manager of the 75-year-old Groue to butld policy for operatmg
The biggest challenge In
Itmg the club
club, changes that have been Pointe Yacht Club, Michael Mooney Is part of a her- the club whIle produrmg
the club's future IS havmg
"I went over and mter. part ofMQOney'soverall Idea ltage anchored in tradition.
finanClal results, and also to fOUTother clubs 10 the area
vrewed Wlth tbe board and
contmue the development of
That competttlon makes
found that It was a remark- of how a club of the GPYC's
status
and
reputation
old and brought 10 the new many want the club to be the staff," saId Moonlly"The Mooney's Job more and mllre
able club,' Mooney recalled
should operate
In hopes of malang the club
the best It has ever been fun part about the Job IS that demandmg as the years'1l;9
"The faClhty was fantastlc,
No detall ~ ~
hIS a'better place ferthe-1:urrent One ~l!!.e
IS the- new
1ll11ltl'''fa."
~
by ~s
for the future
S9 I ~lJve It a shot I.started personal atttatlOn Frora.;.h~ m~mbe!.Salld a more attrac- ~,,',,;rA'"
:;0";;;-. ~ _ --~lth24g
oney ~",~de
~ fitness center aJfc'l
m 1989 and have been work- CUlsme to .. valet attelft t.~~JilI'lf~for the prospective
"The pool IS t.\le fam¥..::&;lped bring
many new a day care faClhty
mg at clubs ever smce"
dants, he has thrown out the "merit\1Eifs.
place. the finanCial burden staff members, whIch IS
"I see us expand10g 10
HIS goal IS "to make the IS somethmg that we'd pre- expected when a new gener- other areas 10 the future,
Yacht Club a better place for fer not to have, but I thtnk m al manager arrives at a club, too A lot of people want to
the people who are wntmg the future we Wlll be very some thmgs have remamed see a fitness center I thtnk
the check every month," saId glad that we did thiS," satd the same
that If we buJld It, they will
Mooney "We have a remark- Mooney "The club IS known
"We have an extraordl- come," satd Mooney
Cups, Plates,
able faclhty, a remarkable natIOnally for ItS famIly nary group of expenenced
He added, "We want. to be
staff and a remarkable
fnendly atmosphere
and workers who have been here a bIgger part of p~ple's
membershIp The club wants programmmg, and I think for a very 10l\g ttme," saId hves, and rm thrilled to be a
to do everythtng first class" that IS somethlllg that the Mooney "The most Impor- part of those people's hves"
That leads to one of the club has done a great Job In tant thIng for members IS to
Sald past Commodore
GPYC's constant trouble develop1Og"
come 10 and see the same Rashld, "We were v,eO'
areas balancmg serVIces
Mooney admIts that the smtlmg face that they have pleased to get Mike Mooney,
Wlth avatlable finances
foreslght of financIal burden seen for years This IS the and I am very pleased Wlth
The best IS not cheap, and does not stop the board of best staff that I have ever everythmg that has hapevery member has seen that
directors from passing any worked with I believe that pened smce he Jomed the
WIth the 75th anmversary new development plans
you can change manage- GPYC team"
of the club 10 full sWIng,
"I thmk we all have ment, but you want to make
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List narrows for Pier Park building,
City Council to choose final design
By Brad Lindberg
Staff Wnler
neck around the final turn
Two more lag behind but
If competitIOn to deqlgn have room to catch up The
the Grosse POIntes' next final pair are stuck 10 the
lakeSIde recreatIOn facilIty mud and slated for pasture
II ere a horse race, the top
At stake IS a TOlOlmum
II' 0 of SIXcompetmg entnes $1 5 mllhon contract for a
I'auld be nearly neck-and. new and reconfigured com-
mUOlty bUIlding at Fanns
PIer Park The faclllty would
assume the Slte of a current
structure near the manna
Farms offiCIals saId the
old bUlld10ghasn't kept pace
wlth reSIdents' deSire for
Increased meetIng space and
classroom area
"The obJecttve IS to begin
constructIOn thiS fall [or
completIOn In May 2005,"
saId Shane Reeslde, CIty
manager "It's fairly fastSee PARK, page 6A
Firms in contention
to build a multi-purpose
community
facility at Pier Park have presented concept
design. to Grosse Pointe Farms officials. Designs, from left clockwise, were submitted by The Blake Company, a group headed by Barton Malow CODstruction, The Monahan Company and the F.B, Martin construction company.
Business
July 22, 2004
Grosse Pointe News
9A
Earnings and dividends are up; bllt stocks are down
It never rams, but pours'
The Dow gave back another
73 pomts last week, the
fourth straIght down week
It closed Fnday at 10,140
The Nasdaq Composite
sank 63 pomts, or 3 3 percent, closing at 1,883, Its
third negative week
Techmcally, the Nasdaq 18
back down testmg Its 1,880
level for the fifth time
TechmCIans pomt out
that a breakthrough
of thIs
magnItude would be a sign
of fundamental
weakness,
possIbly leading to much
lower levels for tech stock
pnces
Many analysts feel that
what thIs market needs
most IS a rebuIlding of
Investor confidence, In VIew
of all the recent econoDIlc,
pohtlcal and internatIOnal
worries
Rukeyser
recovering
If you've wondered why
"Rukeyser's Wall Street"
has not been on CNBC at
830 Fnday mghts, It's
because the show time has
been moved up to 7 30 p m
Rukeyser IS stIli recovermg from hIs operatIOn,
meanwhIle, hiS stand-In
hosts have been domg
exceptIOnally well Not so
WIth the three-member
panels of stock analysts, portfolio managers and investment strategIsts,
who seem
to be on a rotatIng three- or
four-week guest hst
After dISCUSSIng the current market Situation, the
host always asks what
stocks the panehst lIkes,
and whether the analyst or
hIs employer owns any of
the stock mentIOned or If
the finn has an Investment
Let's talk ...
STOCKS
I
t
bankrng relatIOnship?
The analysts' replies are
always IdentIcal to theIr
answers three or four weeks
ago when they were on an
earlter show
But the show mLSses askmg the most obVIoUll questions about poSSIble conflIcts of mterest
1) Does CNBC (owned by
General Electnc) pay
appearance
fees to the analyst?
2) Does the analyst "payto-play" to CNBC for hIS
role on the show?
3) Have the "regular"
analysts been reqwred to
Jom the Actors Eqwty umon
yet?
The SpeCIal guests are
well worth watchIng, Since
they're always the movers
and shakers of Wall Street!
Last Fnday's SpecIal
guest was Alan Blake, large
growth manager of SDIlth
Barney, a dIVISIon of
CltIGroup Inc Can you
imagIne a $6 bllhon mutual
fund owrung only 32 stocks
WIth an annual turnover
rate of 5 to 10 percent and
an average holdmg penod
of seven to nme years?
Blake's stocks are concentrated Ul the consumer,
Science and science fiction IDeet
FIrst we had
SpaceShIpOne,
the first
commercial craft to enter
space and return safely
Now we have Cassrm, the
first man-made object to
orbIt Saturn
What a great
couple of weeks for us armchaIr SCIentIsts
We already covered
SpaceShIpOne,
so let's concentrate on Saturn
CassmI Isn't the first
spacecraft to VISIt the solar
system's second-largest
planet PIOneer 11 and
Voyagers 1 and 2 made flybys between 1979 and 1981
NASA and the European
and ItalIan space agenCIes
sponsored the $3 3 bIllion
IWSSlon
I know thiS IS old news,
but It bears repeatIng
because the DetroIt SCIence
Center has opened a show
called, "Saturn
Jewel of the
Solar System" It's all about
the, so far, WIldly suceessfnl
CasSlJU rmflsloll.tl).qt
ringed planet
Upcommg shows wIll feature the latest photos bemg
sent back by CasSUll You
WIll find more at
www detroltsCIenceeenter
or
g. When you get to the
home page, Just scroll down
a bIt By the way, the
bearded guy at the front of
the hoe waltmg for the
doors to open WIll be me
•
Whether It's the pnce of a
new car or software, If the
pnce goes down slgmficantly, It was probably over-
d to tart
th Here Is
pnce
s
WI
an example
MIcrosoft Corp has
slashed Its pnces by more
than 60 percent for Pans
CIty Hall as the French
Ig
use 1 oDIlna S
the desktop software mdustry It does not share Its
source code, except 10 hrmted CIrCumStanceS, Now,
WIth the offer oflower
capItal conSIders sWltchIng
to low-cost, open-source programs Open source means
the underlymg code, all
those ones and zeros, IS not
pnces, there IS mcreasmg
eVIdence the company IS
feehog at least some competItIve pressure from
Lmux and other open-
kept secret and IS freely
shared. Not secret? Free?
Now that's un-Amencan?
The most popular of those
11 d L
programs IS ca e
!nux
Th,e p~
Clty govern•
1ilIIIm~
~d
,~195
source programs
Want to have some fun
and find out what IS aVallable out there beSIdes
Goo 1
M
ft? D
IcrohsoStart° a th "Lge ._-"
Seare
WI
mUJ\.
and ~dd other terms as you
I gfi/ti)re Jdtlsktop," "~rSona1)
computer" and "free computer operatmg system"
monswJMipim!"ts~~
software' over the next three
years 10 a push to upgrade
obsolete systems
But more IS at stake than
th
ftware bill ( p to $18
e so
u
mllhon at hst pnces) A
deCISIon to dItch MIcrosoft
would be a blow to the software gIant at a time when a
number companIes and
other governments
are optmg for the Lmux operatmg
system and other opensource alternatIves
Cntlcs say MIcrosoft has
been able to keep pnces
Business people
RIchner & RIchner, an Ann Arbor-based
fundralsmg
consultmg
finn, recently
hIred Jessica
Fossee
of
Grosse POinte Shores as Its project coordmator
Fossee IS mvolved WIth many aspects of the chent
engagements,
ensunng programs run smoothly and effiCIently Her focus IS prOJect-based work, mcludmg developmg and edIting chent proposals and presentatIOns
Fossee, who has a background 10 pubhc relatIOns and
a vested mterest
10 the non-profit
sector, preVIously
served as program coordmator
for the Harper Woods
Department
of Parks and RecreatIOn She IS a member
of the AsSOCIatIon of Fund Ralsmg ProfeSSIOnals (AFPl
and a graduate of MIami Umverslty m OhIO
Butzel Long attorney Robert G. Buydens
has been
selected to be mducted as a Fellow of the Amencan
College of Employee Benefits Counsel
Buyden~ wIll be mducted
on Aug 7 at the H1gh
Museum of Art m Atlants
The Cf'rcmony cOlDcldes With
the Amencan Bar AsSOCIation's annual meetmg
Buydens, a reSIdent of Grosse Pomte Shores concentrate'l hIS practice ID the area of employee benefits,
meludmg
preparatIon
of pensIOn and welfare benefit
plans, and adVIsmg on Issues ansmg WIth re'lpect to
such plans
h
h beca
t d
te
SpaceShipOne
program as
well as the SCl-fi museum,
contnbutIng
about $20 DIlIhon to each
And you were wondermg
how I was gomg to tIe all
thIs together, weren't you?
Allen IS stIli worth about
$20 bIllion That's Wlth a
"B " He has a passlonl!,~r
everythmg from real- ue
rockets to Buck Rogers' dIste
tor
gun
In
gra
ray
s
The 13,OOO-square-foot
m~se~tn~
~all of fame
::ro ~ bu':~d:n ~~e~~se~
h
g
II
um WlII ouae a vast,co ectlon of memorabIlia,
melud109 Captam KIrk's command chalr from the ongInal ~Star Trek" teleVISion
senes
Beam me up, ScottIe!
And If that's not enough
to prove he IS not your runof-the-DIlIl button-down bIlhonalre, Ailen also owns the
Portland Trail Blazers basketball team and Seattle
Seahawks football team He
IS an Investor m the famous
Hollywood studIO called
Dreamworks
and plays gIll_
tar m hIS own rock band
called the Butcher Boys
Sounds hke someone
Here IS a short Item WIth
great potential
Mobile, phone-savvy
teenagers tempted to cheat
on exams by sendmg text
messages or scanning PICtures of tests can be thwarted by a deVIce that Jams
SIgnalS rnslde the school
walls
The Ennco 'ThSI Technical
School m Italy has found a
way to fOil the next generatlOn of would-be cheats Wlth
the help of mlhtary technology. The school Jams the
frequencIes of all cell
phones makIng them moperatlve
Now, could they please
mstall those deVIces m theaters, concert halls, corpo-
Road rage!
The "Traffic Report" 10
last Fnday's DetrOit Free
Press (July 16) f81led to hst
any hIghway constructIon
on 1-94, west of Ann Arbor
LTS had a noon luncheon
meetmg In Jackson and ran
mto a mmor problem on
westbound 1-94, JUllt west of
Its merger WIth M-14, and
1.94 continUIng as three
lanes
Soon there appeared the
"constructIon
work/fines
doubled" SIgnS, and one
announcmg "bndge work,
nght lane closed, merge
mto 2 left lanes"
LTS continued dnVlDg 10
the left-most lane, whIle the
center and nght lanes
qwckly became stop and go,
untIl the one-at-a-tlme
squeeze of one left car, one
nght car, etc , etc
The bndge repaIr was
Just between the Dexter
EXIt 167 and the US-12
EXIt 162 Not that bad, only
about five to 10 mmutes
lost
But, don't try eastbound
on Fnday afternoon when
all the serms are tryIng to
get back to DetroIt at once,
JOHN
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but not all, correct
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lunch, Just to say you had
But you DIlght have to pIck
up the tab.
rate meeting rooms, restaurants and, dare I say It,
batnrooms? It gIves new
meamng to the phracc,
"sIlence IS golden ,"
$50000
Mark E. Wilson ha'l Jomed the Troy office of the law
fino of Miller Canfield, Paddock and Stone PLC as
semor counsel m Its Busmess
and Fmance
Group
PreVIously he was an equIty shareholder
and practice
group leader WIth the Troy law firm of Cox, Hodgman &
Glannarco
PC
WIlson 1'1 well rl"Co~mzed ID the medlcalJ1egal commu.
mty for faclhtatmg
the creatIOn of the UnaRource
Health
megamedaplex
10 Troy conts1DlDg more than
130,000 Rquare feet of medIcal. Imagmg phannacy, sur.
glcal and laboratory
'lpace - the largest
find mo'!t
dlveNe 100 Pf'rcent phySICIan-owned
medIcal mall In
the 'ltate of MIchIgan
At a fonner finn he headed the EnVlronmpnt.al Law
& Refll E'ltate PractIce Group He poqqe~~f''l pxtenqlVP
expenence With Phase I & Phaqe 11 mveqtlgatJons
He
counqelPd, negotIated
and documented
all a,pectq of
mdu'ltnal,
commercIal and numerouq re'lldent1al real
eqtllte transactions
and alqo practlcf'd m the areaq of
corporate, tax and con'ltrnctJOn law
WIlson 1S a reSIdent of the CIty of Gro'lqc POInte
Formerly one of the
world's more reclUSive bIlhonalres, Allen 18 suddenly
more VISIble these days m a
fun sort of way In case you
dIdn't know, Allen co-founded MIcroSOft Corp. WIth Bill
Gates nearly 30 years ago
He spent last week presidmg over the grand openmg
of a sCIence fictIOn museum
10 Seattle
Allen is a tIreless promoter of causes that blend SCIence and technology Wlth
wscovery He funded the
health care, technology and
finanClal serVIces sectors
Most are large-cap stocks,
averagIng $70+ billion market capltahzatlOn
Blake IS currently watch.
mg two or three candidate
stocks for acquIsItion over
the next year or two All
must have a blue-chIp balance sheet, Impeccable
management
team and a
very wuque product
From now to year-end,
Blake sees more market
churnmg, such as we've
recently WItnessed In conclUSIOn, one panelIst
thought the market could
go lugher by 3 percent,
another sald a 5 to 6 percent mcrease was poSSIble,
and LTS could not hear the
other's reply
Overall, not much to
wnte home about last
Fnday mght
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News
Park-From nagf' 4A
trdcked"
The stretch run should
end next week when Fanns
council members are expected to pICk their favorite
desIgn
Elected
officials don't
have to follow a ranlung recommended last week by a
seven member steenng corn.
mIttee assembled to Judge
submiSSIOns
Committee members were
Mayor James
Farquhar,
council
members
Peter
Waldmelr
and
Therese
Joseph, three representatIVes of the Grosse POinte
Farms Foundabon (a pnvate
fundraIs10g group that WIll
be tapped to help pay for the
bUIlding)
and
Robin
Hartnett, a Fanns resident
active In recreahon programs offered at the park
JUly 22,2004
Grosse POinte News
rooms for multIple actlVltIes
to be scheduled at the same
time
E"CH 01 tne lour top submiSSIons was praIsed for
addressmg
local preferences, such as understated
archItecture and large WIndows to maximIze views of
park grounds and Lake St
ClaIr
Each proposal mcluded
low-maIntenance matena)s,
mcludmg composItes that
glve the ImpreSSIOnof \\ood
WIthout the upkeep
Four perspectives
eened-m porch In my tlOn, "little doses of thlllgs and Simulated wood bwldhouse that I,SImilar to thIs" that make thlOgs fun"
mg was deSIgned to evoke
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• DdrLOlIMalOWs claSSIC the "clubhouse leer Speci$2065,500
mcludmg
a two-story ~tructure offered fied by Farms offiCials
$53,000
contIngency 8,200 square feet, IIltenor
"We're reSIdents," Russell
allo\\ance
balcony, veranda and out- said "There are certam
Contmgenues are sums door upper deck
thmgs we like to see We're
deSIgnated to cover unpreExtenor deSIgner Robert fussy"
dICtable or unfore~een Items Wood received IIlSplratlOn
Wood, whose deSign of
of work or changes subse- from seaSide New England FIfth ThIrd Bank on the Hill
quently reqUIred by the prototypes
won over Farms counCil
0\\ ner
Cost came to $2,631,592, members
thiS
sprmg,
Proposed mtenor accents 10cludIng a $177,600 contm- alIgned comdors and pICInclude tIles With fish gency
deSIgns
Ed Russell of Russell
See PARK, page 7A
Blake called such addl Development said the stone From page 6A
~ll
All deSigns had tladltIon~1
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• "1 have a ve.ted mterest
m the proJect," saId Blake a
Farms reSident "We wanted
the place to be comfortable
and warm We dIdn't \\ ant It
to be too fancy"
Blake's one-story, 7,700square-foot deSIgn featured
screened-m porches to allow
mghttlme use dunng fish-fly
season
"Bugs are an Issue m our
area," Blake saId "1 have a
)~..,
Values
Local contenders
SIX bidders responded to
detalled SpecificatIOns callIng for a "clubhouse or lodge
atmosphere~
centered
around a large, multl-purpose room, according to
Robert Fonnlsano, project
manager and president of
P2M Project Planmng &
Management 10 the CIty
ReqUirements mcluded a
fireplace, bookcases, dIsplay
cases and accommodations
for a flat-screened teleVISIOn
There WIll be two sets of
bathrooms and office space
for park staff
Farms offiCials SpecIfied
the bUlld10g aVOId a commerCial appearance
Lead10g the field among
members of the steenng
commIttee IS a concept presented
by The Blake
Company
The hands-on
hometown firm deSigns 90
percent of everythmg It
builds,
according
to
Chnstopher
Blake, presl'
dent
Next comes a consortIUm
of locals 1Ovo)VIngRY.s:-eli
Development, Rob,," ~d
AsSOCiates,
and"J l1.J
Kennedy mtenor deSign _
all based In the Pomtes and
headed by Pomte reSidents
ThiS all.GP squad has
teamed With Barton Malow
Co , the sta te's largest con.
structIOn company whose
director of bUSiness development, Bruce Babiarz, hves
In Grosse POinte Woods
Also In contentIon ISa proposal by the Monahan Co, a
firm 10 Eastpo1Ote owned by
a family of Pomte reSidents
The company IS mvolved
"nth numerous local com.
mercml and reSidential proJects
A fourth concept came
from Dale Ehresman, an
architect from Grosse Po1Ote
Park HIS deSign last year
for the year-round Lav10s
ActiVIties Center at the
Park s W10dmdl Pomte Park
IS stdl earnmg praise
For the
Fanns
Job,
Ehre~man has Jomed WIth
the FH Martm company, a
thIrd generatIOn
famlly0" ned constructIOn finn III
Eastpomte
Mart10 presIdent Don Martm lives m the
elt; of Grosse POinte
The final two deSigns - a
$2 89 mdhon
plan by
Red~tone ArchltectslO'Bnen
Waterford ConstructIon, and
a proposal by Yamasaki
ArchltectslFrank
Rewold
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7A
July 22, 2004
Grosse POinte News
Gaffney would require 24-hours notice of meetings
By Brad Lindberg
Staff Writer
Lansmg legislators mIght
make
public
bodies
post
meetmg hmes 24 hours m
advance
A bIll bemg consIdered
would add SlX hours to the
18-hour notice requIred by
the Open Meehngs Act
Backers
feel 24 hours
notice would
benefit
the
public but not hamstrmg
of what's gomg on and glVe
public offiCials
them
an OPPOrtuDlty for
"It would not be overbur.
mput IS good and worthdensome to provIde another
whIle," saId Tom McCleary, a
Sl},.hours notice," saId Shane
Farms
resident
active III
Reeslde,
cIty manager
of local politics
Grosse Pomte Farms "1 feel
The measure
was mtroIt would benefit commUDl- duced by Ed Gaffney, Rhes and the state to provide
Grosse Pomte Farms
addl honal notificatlOn "
"It gives the pubhc more
"Anythmg you can do to of a chance to see what's
make the pubhc more aware
gomg on," Gaffney sald "It
would shed more scrutmy
and make the process more
open"
When Gaffney served as
Farms mayor and councIl.
man,
proVldmg
adequate
notIce of upcommg meetmgs
wasn't an Issue, he said
"We never wanted to give
the appearance
we were
bemg sneaky," he saId "I
didn't have a problem, but I
could see where It could be a
problem.
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Lansmg and started dealmg
Wlth state WIde Issues, he
realIzed
18 hours
wasn't
enough hme for some mterested parties to trek conveDlently to the state capitol
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Gaffney's measure wouldn't apply to emergency meetmgs
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meet
with
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notice,"
Gaffney sald
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Pomte Park BeautificatIOn
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Arbor
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poster contest He received a
$50 US
Savmgs
Bond
awarded by Mayor Palmer
Heenan
and
commiSSIon
chalr
Barbara
Miller
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Lansmg
from some Upper
Peninsula
10catlOns,"
Gaffney said
House Blll5636 has 26 cosponsors
and IS pendmg
before the House CommIttee
on Government OperatIOns
Farms
Mayor
James
Farquhar
wscussed the bill
last week at a meetmg of the
Mlclllgan MUDlClpal League
"My understanwng
IS It's
more for the state and county level where people have to
travel
greater
dIstances,"
Farquhar saId
The Farms
has already
gone beyond the bJlI's proposal More than a year ago,
the
cIty
clerk
began
announcmg
COunCll meetmg
agendas
a week ahead of
$87
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Park .........
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ture wmdows to allow maXImum VIew of Lake St Clair
"You're gomg to be lookmg
at freighters when you enter
the front door," Wood saId
D J Kennedy proposed a
warm
mtenor
deSIgn
of
"deep, neb colors. evokmg
matenals
found
m
a
Colorado lodge
• MIke Monahan's
onestory bnck deSIgn melded
WIth PIer Park's
eXlstmg
archItecture
and mcluded a
covered
car
port
Wide
enough for two vehicles to
drop off park-goers, such as
cluldren and seDlor cItizens
"It fits well WIth the rest
of structures
m the park,"
saId Monahan
Deckmg that
extends
to the
seawall
"takes advantage of the lake
VIew"
InSide the 7,450-square
foot faClllty, a large general
purpose room would ha\e a
24-foot celhng WIth decorative tnm resembhng wooden
beams
Monahan
wa~ low-hldder
at $1,405,190, mcludmg con
tmgenCles of $66,913
• Ehresman's
mam ele
ment,
an octagon-~haped
room large enough to seat
120 dmers, was msplred bv
Thomas
Jeffer~on\
Monticello
Ehresman
called
Jefferson's
home "an I'xam
pie of endunng value and a
crown Jewel.
Llkewl~e
he
said the bnck bUlldlOg pro
posed for the park ....,'uld he
"SImple, elegant retinl'd'
Two wmgs ~temmlOg from
the octagon would ~tand a~
"arms
around
the
main
focus
of the
bUlldmg:
Ehresman saId
Extenor element~ Included a copper-domed
cupola
snd hmesume wlOdm\ 'dls
Martm
saId th(' R {11
square-foot
bUlldmg wnuld
cost $1,721,181
No contlO
gencles
"These
are
concepl ual
deslgns« ~ald R(,(,~ld(> "We
were surpn",ed hv thl' 11'\1']
of detail Each propo~al 1'111
be mvolved In morl' exten
Q1VereVIew ('11y councd wdl
have ultlmal{' ~ay and make'
the ultImate decl~lOn •
SA
July 22, 2004
Grosse Pointe News
was an accountant
who speclahzed In the traIler manufactunng
mdustry
until he
retired
He IS survIVed
by hIS
J......u5:u.t:J,
Peter Jon Beslmer
Peter Jon Besimer
Peter Jon Beslmer,
66,
dIed 'fuesday, July 13, 2004,
at Ius resIdence In St ClaIr
Shores
He was born In
DetrOIt on May 30, 1938, to
Fredenc
and
Armina
Besrmer
Mr Beslmer
graduated
from Grosse POinte South
HIgh School In 1957 He
served In the U S Army, and
-
dt:1UJli~.r:
\tHlbOn)
Sma cola , son, Fredenc,
and
grandchIld,
Domefilck
Sma cola
He was prede.
ceased by hIS parent!" sIster,
EmIly Seegert, and brother,
Fredenc
A memonal gathenng
was
held on Fnday, July 16 at
Chas
Verheyden
Funeral
Home
Memonal
contnbutlons
may be made to The Jack
Mmer FoundatIon,
POBox
39,
Kmgsvllle,
Ontano,
Canada, N9Y2E8
Mr
Person
graduated
from
Bethlehem
Conservatory
of MUSIC In
1941, then
attended
the
Plus X School of Lltun!lcal
MUblC He also earned a hberal arts degree from Wayne
State Umverslty In 1953
Mr Person was employed
by the NatIVIty of our Lord
Church
from 1949.59
He
was the dIrector and organ.
1St at St Paul on the Lake
CathohcChurch
from 1959
until he retired In 1981
Mr Person served In the
U S Army
dunng
World
War II He was a member of
the
Amencan
Guild
of
Orgamsts
and the Semor
Men's Cluh of Grosse Pomte
He
enjoyed
collectmg
Edward J. Person
stamps, ragtIme, jazz, and
Edward
J Person,
87, sang and played locally at
dIed Fnday, July 16, 2004, Rogers Roost, DIamond LII's
at Henry
Ford
Belmont
and the Dakota Inn
Contmumg Care Center He
He IS sUfVlved by Ius wife
was a longtIme reSIdent of of 63 years, Loretta, daughGrosse Pomte Farms
ters, RosalIe Person, Mary
Mr Person was born m Ann Demers (RIchard), and
Easton, Pa, to Floyd and Martha
Sekerak
(Dale),
Sara Person
on July 20, sons,
Eugene,
Nell
1916
(Deborah),
and
Gary
Breed:
Keeshond,
IS Feb 2, he IS 1 year old.
non-sporting
Hometown: Grosse PolOte Woods
Family:
Ranch, owner, PatnCla,
James,
and JackIe
Namesake:
Named Cody II because the owner's old
dog, Cody I, developed an ammal aggreSSIOn from a
neIghbor's dog Cody I has a new, lovrng home
Nicknames:
Cody ChyUnaJd
Kettle, RIddle, BeeJuu and Coydoy
Favorite
toys: Cody loves Ius 99-cent soft terry clothed bone, "greerues,"
and rawhIde shoes
curry comb
Favorite
activities:
Runmng around the house WIth a chew toy m Ius mouth, gomg
to Pets Supplies Plus, Petco, PetsMart, ete , bemg walked, chasmg sq\llITels and bJIds
m the dog run, wallong to Ranch's school, Brownell, eating pIg ears, sleepmg on the edge
of any bed, fast food, car ndes, heanng Kenny G , sometlffies howls dunng plano play109; bemg petted, playrng WIth the neIghborhood
dogs and some other fnends, Casey,
Wade, Oak, Bachelor ~h" Gunner, Breake~, Fntz, MJc~ey, Barkley, DWre MlllQ'/Wd
J1l8,Il};~
1
..... "..
U
llJ{)l
tU.l...lJe:
1 'Ill
III
(J
'ifl I
Annoying
habits: When someone IS about to leave the house, Cody will Jump and try
to run out the door, he somehow gets out of the house, he Wlll crawl nght next to someone when he/she IS sleepmg and breathe m luslher face, when someone IS sleepIng he'll
casually look out the WIndow and bark loudly and scratch the wmdow, puppy bltmg
when one gets rough WIth hIm, gets hyper and annoymg when more than two people VISIting; and dnnks out of the toIlet
Dislikes: Getting yelled at, when someone leaves the house, gomg for a tnm,
showers, polson Ivy and doorbells
Best qualities:
Very affectIOnate mtelhgent, patient, forglvrng and cute
when one needs
a warm hug, he's there
takIng
He's
If you would like to submit your "Pet POinter of Interest,' delIVer or mall a typed out
lme and pluJrogroph to the Grosse Pomte News, 96 Kercheval, Grosse POinte Farms, MI
48236, or e mall to [email protected] com (pluJtosmust be high resolutum)
Red Cross offers water safety tips
Every
year,
thousands
drown
or sre mJured
m
water-related
aCCIdents that
could have been prevented
DroWDlng IS the fourth leadmg cause of aCCIdental death
for ages 4 to 44
Respondmg to thIS need m
the
commumty,
the
Southeastern
MIChIgan
Chapter of the Amencan Red
Cross and Its authonzed
prOVIders tramed
134,000
people n water safety slulls
last year
"Once an emergency happens It'S often too late," says
Jerry
Huey,
Red
Cross
llirector of Health and Safety
for
the
Southea~tcrn
MIchIgan
Chapter
"That's
why It IS so Important In pre
pare Knowmg and practlcmg "ater safety and gettmg
trained III first 8Id/CPR could
save your hfe or the hfe of a
famIly member,
fnend
or
neIghbor"
Red Cross offers the followmg gUldehnes
to help
keep your famJly safe, 10 and
around the water tlus summer
• Learn to sWIm The best
thmg anyone can do to stay
safe m and around the water
IS to learn to sWIm The
Amencan red Cros~ learn-toSWlm program IS available at
your local pool or beach
These ~Wlmmmg courses are
for people of any age or
sWlmmmg ablhty
• Always
sWIm WIth a
.. .
chIldren,
supportmg
her
husband's
career and work109 as a volunteer
m the
commumtles
In which
she
1
..l
':-,1 ...., L1VWl;::.l1:l
Wt1~
tt
longtIme member and past
preSIdent of the Tau Beta
AsSOCIatIOn, an active volunteer and leader of the JUlllor
League
of DetrOIt
and
served as a trustee for the
Northern MIchigan HospItal
FoundatIOn
Nancy H. Bowers
In 1992, Mrs Bowers and
Nancy fl Bowers, 77, for- her
husband
retired
to
merly
of Grosse
Pomte
Walloon Lake, where she
Farms,
dIed on Saturday,
became a loyal volunteer m
July 17, 2004, In Petoskey
the surglcal waltmg room at
Mra Bowers was r8lsed ill Northern
MIchIgan
Grosse Pomte by her par- HospItal She was a member
ents
Margaret
and
of the Petoskey
AntIques
Fredenck
Hughes,
who Club and the Garden Club
founded the men's c10thmg
She grew to love the commustore Hughes and Hatcher
mty and dehghted
In the
A graduate
of DetrOIt
new fnends that she made
Country
Day School (now Up North
Umverslty
LIggett School),
She IS sllrVlved by her SISshe went on to complete her ter,
WinIfred
Longley,
education at Enchcott JunIor
daughter,
LIsa
Bowers
College
Hendnckson,
son,
Peter
After World War II, she John Bowers,
and grandmarned
John Bowers and
sons, John Bowers, Bnan
dIrected
her talents
and and Mark Hendnckson.
She
energies to rlUsmg theIr two was predeceased by her hus-
buddy, never sWIm alone
• SWlm m supeTVlsed
areas only
• Obey all rules and posted SIgnS SWlmmers are sen.
ously mjured every year by
entenng headfirst mto shal.
low water Enter feet first
mto water rather than head
first If you don't know the
depth
• Wateh out for the "dan .
gerous tooB"
too tIred, too
cold, too far from safety, too
much sun, and too much
strenuous actIVIty
• Don't mIx alcohol and
sWlmmmg
Alcohol ImpaIrs
your Judgment, balance, and
coordmatlOn,
affects
your
sWlrnmmg and dIVing skIlls,
and reduces your body's abIlIty to stay warm
• Pay attentIon
to local
weather conditions and forecasts Slnp sWImming at the
first mdlcatlOn of bad weath
er
• Know how to prevent,
recognr7e, and respond
ro
emergenCles
Big bird
Clean Marina program under way
The
MIchIgan
Clean
Manna
program
offiCIally
began Wlth the slgmng of a
memorandum
of understandmg
between
the
MIchIgan
Boatmg
Industnes
ASSOCIatIOn
(MBIA),
MIchIgan
Sea
Grant
College,
and
the
Department
of
EnVironmental
Quality
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The program
objectIves
are In pT{'~erve and protect,
through
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efforts,
Mlchlgan'q
greatest
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and Its connectmg
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Donald A. Thill
DonaldA
ThIll, 87, ofSt
ClaIr
Shores,
dIed
on
Sunday, July 18, 2004
He IS surVIved by
hIS
WIfe, ShIrley J , daughters,
Mary Beth (John) Hughes,
Margaret
(Arthur)
Hermann,
and
Susan
(MIchael)
MadIson,
sons,
Donald
(CynthIa)
Thl!l,
RIchard
ThIll,
DaVId
(Colleen) ThIll, and Robert
(Susan) ThIll, 17 grandchIldren,
and SIsters,
Helen
McClatchey
and
ShIrley
Foss
A funeral Mass WIll be celebrated
at St
ClaIr
of
Montefalco Cathohc Church,
1401
WhIttier,
Grosse
Pomte Park, on Thursday,
July 22, at 10 a m WIth VISItation
beglnnmg
at 9 30
am
DetrOIt Edison hne-clearelectnc
servIce
has been
than
that of pole-to-pole
ance crews WIll be worlung
mterrupted
because
trees
WIres, DetrOIt Echson recomIII more than
45 southeasthave been uprooted or large
mends that customers hIre a
ern MIchIgan
commumtIes
lrmbs have fallen on power
profeSSIOnal tree serYlce to
In July and August,
contlOuhnes, customers
have the do thIS tnmmmg
ViSit the
mg their year-round effort to responslblhty
to remove tree
Web SIte dteenergycom
and
keep trees
and branches
debns resultIng
from such search for the word "trees"
away from power hnes
emergency restoratIon activto find more mformabon
The uhllty tnms an aver- Ity
about
hne clearance
and
age of 800,000 trees each
Customers
are responsIproper tree plantmg
year to reduce the potentIal
ble for keepmg tree branch.
for power outages
and to es away from theIr serYlce
In July and August, hnehelp ensure electnc seTVlce drops, the hnes that run
clearance crews WIll contmrehablhty and safety for cus- from utIhty poles to therr
ue or begln work In St ClaIr
tomers.
homes Although the voltage
Shores,
Grosse
Pomte
"Tree
mterference
IS runnmg through the serYlce
Shores and Grosse Pomte
responSIble
for about two- drop IS SIgnificantly
lower Woods
thIrds of the power outages
that occur durmg storms,"
saId Steve Kurmas,
DTE
Energy semor VIce preSIdent
of dlstnbutlon
operatIOns
"By mamtalnlOg
1;1 ~~foot
cljlarance
" betwee,q.
tJ;ee
branches
and power hnes,
we can reduce the posslbulty
of tree- related power outages"
DetroIt EdIson tree-mm.
mmg
crews
follow
International
SocIety
of
Arbonculture
standards,
whIch are deSIgned to mamtaio the health of trees The
utlhty
has
receIved
the
NatIOnal
Tree Line USA
Award for quahty tree care
for nme consecutIve years
DetrOIt EdIson
removes
from
customer
property
small branches
and debns
Plwto by Brad Londberg
that result
from Its hneclearance
program
Larger
tnmmed
branches
are cut
A trumpeter swam OD the front lawn of Grosse
mto firewood length and left
Pointe South [email protected] Sehool adds to the grace of the
behmd for customer use or
structure, Ustecf on the state register of hJatorlc
dIsposal
places. Doris Odren. owner of Subway Sandwiches
Dunng
a storm restoraand Salads on Fisher across from the school. said
the bird touched down a few minutes after 10 a.m.
tIOn process,
unscheduled
OD Friday, June 18. "It's huge," said Odren, a
emergency
tree tnmmmg
Grosse Pointe Shores resident. "I was golDg to
sometimes
IS reqUIred
to
give it some Ittead but didn't want to get too
faClhtate
the safe restoracIOlie. "
tIon of electncal
semce
If
NOEL SELEWSKI
28709 Harper Ave. SI Clair Shores' 3 BI~s S of 12 Mile
band, John Bowers
Semceb In Grosse Pomte
Farms
are
pendmg
Memonal contnbutlOns
may
UlJ mllue
to the Northern
MIchIgan
HospItal
FoundatIOn m Petoskey
Detroit Edison sets July
and August line clearance
Cody Chylinski
Age: Cody's birthday
(PhyllIS),
brother,
Robert,
and four grandchIldren
He was predeceased
by
two brothers
and two SIStE>rR
A funeral Mass was celebrated at St Paul Cathohc
church on July 20
Memonal
contnbutlOns
may be made to the Wayne
State
Umveralty
MUSIC
Department
Located In the Lallepolnte 8ulldln~
(2 bloc lis South of Tom's Oyster Bar)
comphance
WIth enVlronmental laws and regulations
lmpactmg the manna mdustry through
educatIOn and
outreach, to foster communication among the manna
mdustry,
state
agencIes,
academIC mstltutlOns
and
enVIronmental
groups, and
to develop recogmtlOn and
economIc mcentlves for enVIronmentally
proactIve man.
na operatIOns
In support of the program,
the En~lronmental
SCience
and
SeTVlCeq
DIVISIon
(ESSD1 ha~ receIved a grant
from the MichIgan Coastal
Management
program
to
complete
a guidebook
on
mannas'
be~t management
practices
and buffer zone
development
The program
IS umque g1ven Its partnerqhlp between
the boatmg
mduqtry
academIC mstltutlOnq and the regulatory
commumty
The program lq deqlgTled
to protect th(' en~'lronment
and save the ~tat(' and mannAq money "It 1q pro den t for
the ~tate to look for opportu.
mtlCq In create COqt('ffectlve
solutIOns In help Area hUSI
nesqes and to protect our
enVIronment,"
qald ('huck
PlStIS, MIchIgan Sea Grant
agent
Because It'S nonregulatory
and because water quality IS
VItal to MIchigan's
manne
mdustry, mannas and boatvards
are
expected
to
embrace the program once
rolled out "Because of our
locatIOn wlthm the Great
Lakes, boatyard~ and mannaq have an Important
role
to playas
envlronmental
qtewards
to
Mlchlgan's
waters,' ,aid Steve Remlas,
MBIA dlreclnr
"Thlq Iq a
voluntary
program
WIth
enVIronmental
and econom.
IC benefits"
"The program wa~ mtroduced to the MBIA membershIp 10 December 2003 at
the
annual
RecreatIOnal
Boatmg
EducatIOnal
ConferE'nce "
~ald
Van
Smder, MBIA presldent
To
dstE> 2R MichIgan mannas
have <Jgned pledgp card~ ro
partlClpat{'
Work~hopq are
~chpduled to hel\1n m Allgu~t
and th('qe dp"'gJ1atE>d mannaq are expected In obtam
"('I('an
Manna
CertIficatIOn" 10 the fall
For more mformatlOn, call
the MBIA at 17341 261.0123
Gr~
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Schools ...••..••••.•.........13 & 14
GP summer school offers learning challenges
By CarrIe Cunningham
Staff Wnter
Summer IS a season full
of rest, fresh food and good
weather, but fOI some students from the Grosse
POInte
Public
Sthool
System, It IS filled WIth a
panoply
of knowledge
awaltmg to be absorbed
Some 702 students are
mvolved WIth the school
system's summer school,
which lasts from Julv 6 to
Aug 12 and travers~~ the
elementary, mIddle school
and high school levels The
classes
run
Monday
through Thursday from 8
am to145pm
Camp InventIon was a
summer program that Just
ended on June 25, addIng a
fun and ongmal element to
the school system's summer
learnmg focus
"I love It," saId summer
school
dIrector
Ranae
Beyerlem, who also teaches
chemIstry at Grosse POInte
South HIgh School dunng
the year "I get to work With
dedIcated people The staff
IS phenomenal They're all
Interested m helpmg kIds ~
The elementary classes
are
held
at Poupard
Elementary
and MaIre
Elementary
and mvolve
ennchment classes m art
and musIc as well as reme.
dIal mstructIon In SCIence
and reading The young
kIds work on a musical productIOn W1thmiddle school
students
"The lIttle kIds are exelt-
mg They want to hold your SOCIalstudIes class m the
hands," Beyerlem saId
mIddle school, and thus
Middle School mstruc- folded
These
classes
tlOn takes place at PIerce mclude tOPiCSlike health,
JUnior High School The Journahsm, actmg, teleVIbulk of the learnmg centers sIOn productIOn and mforon remedIal classes m such matlon
processmg
areas as mathematiCs, lan- Be)erlem said they mIght
guage arts/EnglIsh
and be offered In future years If
study skIlls Beyerlem had there ISmterest
scheduled classes m SOCial Camp InventIon offered
studies, but there was not themed
mstructlOn
on
enough mterest
areas such as technology,
One useful educatIonal tool constructIOn, space
focus at the middle school exploratIOn, magIc and surInvolves two high school VIValskills For Instance, to
preparatory classes begm- teach
burVlval
skills,
nmg Algebra I and startmg Poupard Instructor Molly
high school
Pesta Simulated a deserted
Most high school classes Island In which kids figured
also take place at PIerce out ways to hve on their
With two electIVes, an own
SAT/SAT preparatory class
Beyerlem has an underand a black and white pho. graduate degree In psycholtography class, transplnng
ogy from the Umverslty of
at Grosse Pomte North Michigan,
a
master's
High School
degree In bIOlogy from
The classes span every MichIgan State University
area of the high school core and IS workmg on a doctor.
curnculum,
such
as ate III admmlstratlOn, also
Algebra I, Algebra II, Earth from MSU She developed
SCience,bIOlogy,geography the cumcula for the sum.
and U S HIstOry If stu. mer school and says she
dents achIeve a higher loves the fevered pace of
grade m summer school the program, even though
than durmg the school It IS In the summer
year, they can have that
~I have to float between
grade on their transcnpt
bUIldmgs That's an ongIStudents are mtroduced nal challenge," she sBld
to the chance of explonng
Immersmg themselves m
theIr creatiVIty W1th elec- mterestmg
mformatlOn
tIVe offermgs such as and fun actiVIties, students
exposItory wntmg, film ht- stand prepared for the
erature
and
computer grade they are approachgraphICS Some areas that mg, reveahng yet another
were offered dId not have way m which Grosse Pomte
enough enrollment, hke the Pubhc Schools excel
Photo by Cam.
Board approves repair bids
By carrie Cunningham
Staff Wnter
At Its Monday, July 12,
meetmg, the Grosse Pomte
Public Schools Board of
Education approved four
bIds for construction/repair
bids These are In additIOn
to the bid that was also
approved at the meeting
for the new sCience bUild.
109, whIch W1llcost $10 18
million and be largely paid
for out of bond money
The bIds are for mason.
r)/tuckpomtmg,
concrete
Voork,door, a"d hardware.
and carpetmg
Realtor scholarships
-,
x
The Grone Pointe Board of Realtors bas awarded $1.000 college scholar.
ships to deserving young women from Grone Pointe high schools TaUana
Kouskoulas from University Liggett School hu been selected to receive the
scholarship to help with her studies at Loyola UDiversity in Chicago while
Olga FiUpova from Grone PoiDte South High School has been given the
scholarship to assist her at BaJr.erCollege
Grosse PoiDte Board of Realtors Pre8tdent AnDe Marie DeRosier told the
winDers that the Board looked for studeDt8 who had overcome adversity and
ezhibited fortitude and perseverance.
FuDdiDg for these scholarshIps comes from revenue generated at the
Board of Realtors annual Home &: Garden Expo at the Grone Pointe War
Memorial in the spring.
~Sharlng the proftt8 with duerving area stUdents uems to be the ri&ht
thing. ~ said DeR081er.
Karen Gennm from Higbie Ma.z:onAgney and Krys Schroeder from John
Adams Mortgage Company serve as co-ehairs for tbe education committee
Schroeder, Pat Chasteen from Higbie Muon Agney and Allce Baetz from
Tappan and Aasociates spearheaded the scholarshIp process
Pictured from the left are FiUpova and Kouskoulas. who are seated. Stand.
ing are Grosse Pointe Board of Realtors directors Je .. ica MitcheU, Victoria
ColweU, DeRosier. Kay Agney, Jane Burkey. RIchard Landuyt and Cheryl
Gauss.
The Grosse Pointe Board of Realtors was founded In 1986 to serve the
needs of relators In the Grosse Pointe community The Board now represents more than 400 real estate agents In the Grosse Pointe area who are
members of the National AaSf)Clatlon of Realtors and agree to abide by the
national code of ethIcs and professional standards.
...........
-
CunlllJlg!wD
Ranae Beyerlein. above in her office at Pierce JWlior High SChool, is the direc.
tor of the Grosae Pointe Public School summer program. which provides many
JelU'll1Dgopportunties. She .. ,.. she is In awe of the dedication and enthusiaam
of the program staff.
The masonry/tuckpomtmg work Will cost $50,000
to $100,000 and be paid for
by the Sinking fund Boss
Construction wtll perform
the work, and If It IS needed, Western Waterproofing
wIll help out
The concrete work Will
cost $50,000 to $150,000,
be paid for by the slnkmg
fund and Will be completed
by
LUIgI
Ferdmandl
Cement, and If needed,
Asphalt Control
Door
and
hardware
r",placement WIll co,t from
$50,000 to $150 aoo :lnd
will be worked on by
Rayhaven
EqUIpment
Slnkmg fund money Will
finance the replacements
Dlstnct'W1de floonng will
cost $50,000 to $150,000 and
be
completed
by
ConventIOnal
Carpeting
LIke the other proJects,
money from the SInking
fund WIllpay for the work
The school dlstnct IS able
to finance school Imporvements hke these as well as
larger capItal projects VIa
the
\ ()ter- ,ppro\ ed
$62 9
mllhrm bond 1nd 816 il mIl.
hon ,mh
,.'; ,,,rid
Schools
14A
July 22,2004
Grosse Pointe News
Board OKs agreeineni for the use of Hghts
By Carrie Cunningham
Staff Writer
They bdld let there
be
I1ght
The Grosbe POinte Pubhc
Schools Board of Education
approved an agreement
on
Monddy, July 12, regarding
the use of Grobse Pomte
South
High School hghts
for
athletic
and
other
eventb durmg the evemng
The board has been negotlatmg
with
the
Grosse
Pomte Farms City CounCil,
and now the agreement
wIll
go to Farms'
lawyers
to
hammer
out
Its
final
detail"
"I m pleased
that
we're
gettmg
closer
to some
agreement:
saId schools
Supenr.tendent
Suzanne
Klein "When things are In
a process,
there's
always
the gwe and take
It's all
part of how you make good
deCisIOns"
"We're In a stage where
we're makmg sure the language IS clear and coordinated," added Farms counclllawver
WIlliam Burgess
The agreement
stlpulates
that lights can be used durIng the evemng
for 45
gameb \~Ith constraints
on
The agreement
Will be
the monthb the lights can re,lewed
In
2007
and
be used a, well as the time
thereafter
upon the request
durmg the el'enmg
of eIther the ~I.:H _II ~VlO:t-P111
Night hghts Cdn be ubed or the Farms to r-1dk~ "ure
between Aug 10 and Nov
the
agreement
I" bemg
30 and March 15 and June
operated lD good faith
15
The Farms councIl voted
During
football
mght
on June 21 to approve the
athletic
events,
the lights
agreement,
WIth
can be used until 10 pm,
CounCilman Doug Roby and
while they must be shut off Mayor James Farquhar
Jr
by 9 p m for mght practIce
voting
agamst
It
Now
sessIOns or any other event
remaining
minutIae
Will be
The school system
Will worked out
publish on ItS Web site the
Roby
SInd
he
voted
dates and bmeb the hghts
agamst
the agreement
out
will be used
of concern for area nelgh-
bors but said he IS satisfied
~ Ith how
It eventually
turned out Nonetheleos,
he
stressed
that It should be
chdng~<l If the agreement
creates problems
"We're gOing to have to
see how well thiS works,"
he said "If It'S unsatIsfactory, we can shut It down"
One of the biggest concerns Roby Cited was the
nOise generated
by the
sound
system,
and
the
agreement
makes
provIsIOns for thiS
Issue
It
states that the Farms city
manager
can make correc-
live measures
If the sound
system evolves mto a publIc
nUIsance, namely If It dISturb. alell nelghbo."
!f It
IS not
corrected,
the CI~
.nal1"ger
can suspend
the
u.e of the sound sYbtem
Through
the new policy,
the school system will be
able to ullhze Its field space
for the many athletIC teams
South has, yet Roby said
area
reSidents
must
be
taken mto account
"The neighbors
are entitled to some peace
and
qUlet," he said
Local teen connects at
Silicon Valley Forum
Photo courtesy of DaVld ele ..eland
Star Musicians
The North Instrumental Music Program held its annual Awards Banquet at
the WarMemorial on Tuesday, June 1. Pictured on the right from the left is
faculty member Joe Bauer, student Joseph Hong, student Nicole Diesing and
faculty memJIer David Cleveland. Hong and Deising won the Booster Leader•hi.p...4ward.
t
\......• I
, Other winners include Rotazy Club Award winners Bridget Brosnan and
Anclrea IheridaJt, kMl Outstanding Senion Joshua Romero and Jenny
SmIth, National School Orchestra Award winner Liz Cramer, Gall McCaig
Award winner Alea: HubbeD, Exemplary Orchestra Member Award Winner
Margaret Walton, and Jesalca Solomon Award Winner Jane McDonnell.
North reunion
The Grosse Pomte North
HIgh School Class of 1984 IS
haVIng Its 20th reumon on
July 24, 2004, at 7 pm at
the
Roostertall,
100
Marquette
Dnve
A famIly
plCDlC WIll transpIre
on
Sunday, July 25, 2004, at
noon at the Grosse Pomte
Shores Park For more information, call Clndl Portwood
at (3131886-1890
Pointers graduate from
Denison Univeristy
Two Grosse Pomte Farms
students
were among the
514
graduates
awarded
dIplomas
at
Denmson
UOlverslty's
163rd
commencement
held May 16
Those a\Narded
bachelor's
degree,
from Demson
by
Matthew
Stamszewskl,
a reSident
of
Grosse Pomte Woods, was recently admitted to the NatIOnal
Youth Leadership
Forum on Technology
Stamszewskl
wl1l
Jom 2,000 high
school
students
from
around the country m San Jose, Cahf, for
an exploratIOn
of the technology
mdustry
from July 26 through Aug 4, 2004
Throughout
the
10.day
exploratIOn,
StamszewskI
Will engage m both group
and mdependent
proJects, mcludmg workshops led by Industry
mSlders,
product
demonstratIOns,
campus VISitS and techcommerce
encounters
The Forum's
curnculum
also conSIsts of ammated
debate
and diSCUSSion
"The NatIOnal Youth LeadershIp
Forum
on Technology
prOVides a VIrtual summIt
whereby
tomorrow's
mnovators
hke
Matthew
Stamszewskl
bUIld upon and
add to their skills while also receIVmg
msplratlOn
and directIOn from the cream
of the crop leadmg today's mdustry,"
said
Donna
Snyder,
executive
director
of
NYLF
"Many of these
students
are already
exerClsmg their capabilIties
The value of
thiS program
IS measured
by the partICIpants becommg better dlTected and better
connected
as they go about findmg
the
nght fit wlthm the field of technology"
Currently
slated
to
speak
at
NYLFITECH
mclude
Dr Robert
Full,
Chancellor's
Professor and DIrector of the
Poly-PEDAL Laboratory
at the Umverslty
of Cahforma
at Berkeley,
G
Scott
Hubbard,
DIrector
of NASA
Ames
Research
Center,
Kevin
Mitnick,
cofounder
of DefenSive
Thinking,
Dan
Moms, EdItor-in-ChIef
at PC Gamer, and
Laura
Wallace,
General
Manager
of
Northern
Cahfornla
MIcrosoft
AddltIonal
compames
and institutions
to take part lD the Forum's
curnculum
mclude
Apphes
Matenals,
Ask Jeeves,
Electromc
Arts,
IBM,
Phlhps
Semiconductors,
Silicon
GraphICS,
San
Jose
State
Umverslty,
Stanford
Umverslty,
Santa
Clara
University,
Umverslty
of Cahforma
at Santa
Cruz
and others
NYLF IS a nonprofit educatIonal
orgamzatlOn that empowers
outstandmg
young
people
WIth the confidence
to make
mformed career chOices and has prOVIded
programmmg
to more than 50,000 young
people
For addItIOnal
wwu nylforg
mformatlOn,
go
to
":S()uth.r:~t\\ttenf.a. ttewds ...
NtAFf'~orksh~p"i;{NYC
Vmcent
Pamzzl,
a
PanizzI
was among the Lee & Company Inc at the
Grosse
Pomte
Park
resIstudents
partlclpatmg
m New York Stock Exchange
dent
and
Grosse
Pomte
the
BusmesslFmance
Another 40 students
wI
South High School student,
Workshop m New York City
part1clpate
:n
the
was recently
selected
to from July 10-14 for an m- GovernmentlPubhc
Pohcy
partiCipate
In the
Students
depth look at the center of workshop
m Washmgton,
To Leaders Program,
whICh mternatIonal
busmess
and
DC,
from July 17-21 In
consists
of educatIOnal
finance
the natIon's
capitol,
stuworkshops
for JUDlor and
Durmg
the
four-day
dents Will meet Wlth offisenior high school students
summit
m New York CIty, Cials on CapItol
HlIl, the
sponsored
by the NatIOnal
students
Will meet With U S Department
of State,
Italian-American
Steve AIello, semor counthe Itahan Embassy
and a
FoundatIOn
selor, pubhc affairs at Hlll bIotechnology
government
Some
80
Itahan&Knowlton,
a
leadmg
relatIOns firm
Amencan
students
wJ!1 mternahonal
commumcaMore
than
500 JUnIor
partICIpate
m
the
alltlOns consultancy,
Charles
and semor hlgn sChoo' stuexpenses-paid
leadership
Gaspanno,
selllor
wnter
dents
of Itahan
ancestry
programs
In New York City
for Newsweek,
and Frank
applied to the foundatIOn's
and Washington,
DC The PetnllI,
preSident,
COO program
mentormg
workshops
Will anli
director
of
TD
help participants
develop
\Vaterhouse
Group
leadershIp
skills
m the
Students
WIll also attend
For more
informatIOn,
areas
of busmess
and
a Wall Street bnefing With clIck
on
finance, or government
and
Doreen
Mogavero,
presIhttp / Iwuw maforg/s21.2
publIc pohcy
dent and CEO of Mogavero,
004/ Index asp
PreSident
Dale T Knobel
Inelude
Justin
Anthony
Simon,
son
of Mr
of
Mernweather
Road
m
Grosse POinte Farms
and
Kathenne
Elizabeth
Danaher
of Moross
Road,
also In Grosse Pomte Farms
SImon, a 200 graduate
of
Grosse Pomte South High
School, earned a bachelor's
degree In blOlog) , Danaher, a
2000 graduate of UmversIty
LIggett
School.
earned
a
bachelor's degrE'e In IehglOn
and elasblcal cIVlh7ahon and
\Nas on the dean , h~t
Dunng
the ceremOnIes,
Enn Lynn CopplE' of Bryan,
OhIO dehvered
the ,enIOr
dass addre'i'i, "Hallmarks
of
the Denmson Expenence "
In addItIOn, 'iCmor ela,s cogo\-ernors ,Jeryl Delta Hayes
Good weather
and exerof Young,town
OhlO and
Cl'il' are a great
,ummer
Damelle FrancI' VIgT10ne of
Unl,en~ty
RIpley NY announced
the comhmatlOn
LlI::gett School's
,ummer
semor cia'" g1ft of $7500
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and condltlODing
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qeq"on The ~e"'lOn" run from
g f\ m IIntli 2 p m Monday
through
Fndoy
Saturda)
"E'q'lOn_ are from g a m
until
11 30 a m Aug
2
through
Aug
6 IS the
teenage
,eS~lon
Aug
9
through Aug 14 ,s SessIOn
I for SIX years and up Aug
16 through
Aug
21 IS
SessIOn II for ,IX years and
up mcludmg
goalkeepmg
instructIOn
The COqt IS
$190 or $175 If accompa
nled With your own ball
For more
mformatlOn,
call
Backhurst
at (3131
884 4444 or (311) 8846718
Future
meetings
The Groqqe Pom\(> Public
<;Choolq Board of EducatIon
WIll h3\" II conferencE' meetm/< on Monday Au>\' q and a
regular meetmg on Monday,
Aug \5 both at R pm In
the
Wlckmg
Llhrllry
of
Gros,e
POInte South HIgh
School
News
July 22, 2004
Grosse Pointe News
Safetu-
C}u~s,sw~pe~ ,
From page 22A
$1 700 worth golf clubs from
a garage m the 1300 block of
Blalrmoor
Court m Grosse
Pomte
Woods
sometime
between 1 45 and 2 p m on
Thursday, July 15
"
............
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VVUj
v
POInte
Woods
,;ometlme
between
1 30
a m
on
Saturday, July 10, and 6 15
P m on Monday, July 12
The driver',;
side front
door handle was pned off,
and the lockmg cyhnder of
that door was removed
UI.«Uot;:
U.l!
W.lL.U
Suspected
drunken driver
attempts to flee
Tools taken
A Craftsmdn aIr compressor miter saw and stand and
table saw were taken from a
house m the 2100 block of
Van Antwerp
10 Grosse
Pomte
Woods
sometime
between 6 p m on Monday,
July
12, and 10 30 a m
Wednesday, July 14
A 22-year-old
Sterlmg
Heights
woman tnI'd, but
faIled, to get out of a drunken drIvmg arrest dunng the
early morning
of Fnday,
July 16
A Grosse Pomte Woods
pubhc safety officer pulled
the woman over after he saw
her
1998
Chevrolet
go
through
a stop Sign at
Hampton
and Mornmgside
at2 58 a m
As the officer was conductmg the mvestIgatIon, he
was called to assist WIth a
vehICle
theft
In
Grosse Pomte Woods pub- motor
hc safety officers returned a progress m Harper Woods
He asked the woman to
motonzed
wheelchair
to a
store m the 20400 block of leave her car m place and
have her frIend, who was In
Mack
The wheelch81r was diS- another car, to dnve her to
her mother's house nearby,
covered rrnssmg the mornwhere he would conclude the
109 of Wednesday, July 14
mvestIgatlOn
A store employee believed
When the officer came
It may have gone rrnssmg
back to the SIte of the traffic
sometIme the day before
stop, he saw the woman's
Mter
some
diScussIon
take
off east~ong
Woods officers, one of Chevrolet
bound on Hampton at a high
them saId he remembered
rate of speed
seeIng
the wheelchair
III
The officer
pulled
the
GhesqUIere Park dunng the
woman over one more tIme,
day on Tuesday, July 13
concluded the investIgation,
The wheelchaIr was found
at a house In the 1900 block and found the woman was
of Kenmore m the Woods on dnvmg With a blood alcohol
level of 0.18 percent
July 13
The homeowner
said an
elderly woman showed up at
her house m the wheelchaIr
between 5 and 5 30 p m the
day before askmg for direcA canISter used to collect
tions to Cadieux
money for a local chanty
The woman called for a
was taken from the counter
cab to take
the elderly
of a store m the 21200 block
woman home and kept the
of Mack III Grosse POInte
wheelchaIr
m her garage
Woods at about 5 p m on
untIl she coul d return 1t
Saturday, July 17
A store employee nonced
the canister
mlssmg
after
three
teenage
boys came
mto the store askmg
for
The wheels and nms of a directIOns to a bar m St
black 2002 CadIllac and a CI81r Shores
Silver 2004 Cadillac parked
- Bonnze Capraro
m th" dnveway In the 1000
block of Hollywood ill Grosse
POInte Woods were taken
A
47-year-old
Grosse
sometime
between
12 30
Pomte Woods woman almost
and 5 50 a m on WedneMtay,
fell over while bemg mvestIJuly 14
gated for drunken dnvmg m
the City of Grosse Pomte on
Two wheels were taken
Fnday, July 16, at 9 12 P m
from a black 2004 Cadillac
An officer Said she'd been
parked m the dnveway of a
house m the 800 block of dnvmg the wrong way In the
900 block of Fisher, a oneMoorland m Grosse Pomte
way street
Woods sometime between 10
Asked
her
ABCs,
she
p m on Thursday, July 15.
reportedly answered
and 7 30 a m on Fnday, July
"ABCDFINGH,"
then
16
stopped
and said, "ABCDWhoever took the wheels
INGTKL," paused and said,
tnI'd but failed to take two
"TWZ" then petered out With
other wheels from the car
"AB"
Officers
measured
her
blood alcohol level at 23
percent
She
admItted
dnnkmg "one glass of WIne,"
but didn't say how big the
glass was
Wmdows of two excavaShe wa~ released the next
tors at a constructIOn Site m
the 20600 block ofVermer m day at noon on $200 bond
Store
wheelchair
missing, found
Chumps take
change
Caddy wheels
targeted
Sloppy drunk
Excavators
vandalized
Grosse POInte Woods were
damaged sometime between
6 30 p m on Wedne.day,
July 14 and 630 a m on
Thursday. July 15
The
eqUlpment
owner
e.tlmated
tnere wab $200
worth of damage
Caprice caper
On Fndav, July 16. at 8
pm
a 19-year-old Grosse
Pomte Park woman reportedly ~potted her stelen car
occupied
hy two Dl'trolt
female,
at Kercheval
and
NOTICE OF CLOSE OF ACCURACY TEST
TOWNSHIPS OF GROSSE POINTE AND LAKE
A pnhhl
md flnlC
\'\.lil tx'londtu..tcd
on the tollov.lOg date
for lhl rurpo ...(' of IL\.lIn):: the .lollUff""}' of the tahula!
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The Park reSident
said
her
light
gray
1987
Chevrolet Capnce had been
taken between 12 15 and 2
p m while parked
behmd
Maire Elementary
School m
the City
One of the car's occupants,
a 31-year-old DetrOit prostI
tute, saId a man she'd Just
had sex With at hiS house on
Marlborough
lent her the
car to buy cigarettes
at a
gasohne
statIOn
on
Kercheval and Chalmers
The Park
woman
told
pohce she went to the serVice statIOn and "pulled (the
suspects) out of the car"
The steenng
column had
been broken
Thefts from
plant nursery
Dunng
the
nIght
of
Fnday,
July
16, someone
stole four hangmg
flower
baskets
worth a combmed
$100 from a nursery m the
17700 block of Mack m the
CIty of Grosse Pointe
Baskets
contaIned
white
petunias
The store owner IS reVIewmg secunty tapes to search
for su spects
The next mght at 831
pm, a 911 caller reported a
man loadmg a stolen tree
mto a brown Volvo parked m
the Mack alley near RJvard
A CIty officer on patrol
one block away pursued the
Volvo onto MarseIlles
In
Detroit
The vehicle stopped near
the comer of Chester, where
the officer saw two trees
bemg transported
The dnver obeyed orders
to eXlt the car, but when the
officer got out of hIS cruiser,
the suspect Jumped back In
and sped away
The suspect
reached
60
mph runnmg a red hgbt at
Harper
and CadIeux
and
eluding pursUIt
Police traced the Volvo's
license plate to an address
m
the
3900
block
of
Coumlle In DetrOIt
A man hvmg at the house
Said hIS son was dnvIng the
Volvo and had a drug prohl
lem Pohce adVised the man
to have hIs son surrender.
Drunk driver
has .231 BAC
On Wednesday, July 14, at
2 33 am, a "disheveled and
dlsonented"
59-year-old
DetroIt man was arrested
for dnVIng drunk m the City
of Grosse Pomte
A patrolman
saw the man
weaVing
a maroon
1992
Oldsmobile A::hleva among
lanes
on
eastbound
Jefferson near Lakeland
He registered
a 231 percent blood alcohol content
Asked to perfonn a bal
ance test, the man reportedly said, "1 can't do thiS I'm
mtoxlcated "
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Pushing the
drinking age
Thunderbird
Door painted
Warranted stop
Dumpster fire
DAG' wound-...1
Degenerate
Qf:)rnss£Jnint£,
Julie E. Arthurs,
Louise S. Warnke,
City Clerk
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0' Q?;:rns5£ilniute JJf arms,
NOTICE OF CLOSE OF ACCURACY
Michigan
TEST
A puhhc accuracy Ie" will he conducled on the follnwlng date
and tlmc for the purpo~c of tC;lIng Ihc accuracy of the tahulat.
Ing eqUlpmcnt and program~ which Will be u'icd to lahillatc
voted balloh for the PRIMARY I LI-CTION to be held on
Tue,day Augu~1 , 2004 10 Gro~~e POlOte farm'
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NOTICE OF ABSENT VOTER'S
c.h
ran
Busted beetle
NOTICE TO BIDDERSROCK SALT 'iealed bids'" 111 be
received b~ Ibe C,ty allbe office at Ibe CIty Clerk, 20025 Mack
Plaza. Grosse POinte Woods. Michigan. untl! 9 00 a m
Thursday July 22. 2004. at which lime and place Ibe proposals
""II be pubhcly opened and read aloud for fumlshlOg Ibe followlOg nem~ 1.000 to 1.600 ton~ of de-lclOg rock ~alt for the
2004 2005 winter season Cople~ of speclf1callan~ and bId
~hcet~ may be obtamed from Ibe City Clerk The City rese"es
the nght to reject any or all propo~als. to waive any lITegulanties In the bldd10g and to accept any propo~al, It deem~ to be 10
the he~t IOlerest of the Cay
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Jl I Y 29 2()04 AT 2 ()() PM
r Inl( r( "led
suddenly
$1,100warrants
GRO<;<;F POINT! fARM'i
( m(lJd
Lost & loaded
A :.!!J-year-old Canton man
A vetennarIan
said the
was arrested
for drunken
pet's
TIght shoulder
had
dnvmg
at 4 35 a m on been punctured
by someSunday, July 18, m Grosse
thmg the size of a penCil
Pomte Farms He had a 16 eraser
Pohce are trying to
percent blood alcohol level
determme
who or what
Asked to hst a number
caused the Injury
A 42-year-old
DetrOit
between
19 and 21, he
woman was arrested on two answered 17, pohce Said
outstandmg
warrants
total
The man was found speedmg $1,100 upon bemg pulled
An 18-year-old
St Clair
mg 47 mph m a Silver 1991
over for a traffic VIOlatIOn on Ford Mustang on eastbound
Shores man offered a medSaturday, July 17, at 1059
Ical excuse on Wednesday,
Lakeshore near Harbor HIli
am, III the CIty of Grosse
July 13, at 321 pm,
for
He thought he was on Grand
Pomte
speedmg
84
mph
on
RIver
Pohce said the woman's
through
Grosse
"I must be lost," he SaId Lakeshore
yellow 1992 Geo Tracker
Pomte Shores
before bemg taken to JaIl
had "vanous Items hangmg
"(He) stated he has a hISfrom the reamew
mirror
tory of marnc depreSSIOn and
causIng
a VISIon obstrucIS In a stage of mama," pohce
A drunken
23-year-old
tIon"
said
Eastpointe
woman dnVIng a
She was wanted m Hazel
Officers arrested the man
2002
Volkswagen
Park for failure to appear In Silver
for reckless dnvmg and not
Beetle
almost
caused
a
court
and
In
Madison
havmg a dnver hcense or
HeIghts
for contempt
of wreck before bemg stopped
msurance
m
Grosse
Pomte
Farms
on
court
Sunday,
July
18,
shortly
Farms pohce released her
before 12 30 a m
to Hazel Park authontIes
An officer saw the woman
weavmg
on
eastbound
Lakeshore and "almost causmg a colhslOn WIth a vehIcle
On Wednesday, July 13, at
operating
In the southern
Grosse
Pomte
Farms
245
pm,
a 19-year-old
lane."
pohce arrested a 19-year-old
The woman had a 161 Grosse Pomte Woods female
Manon
man on Saturday,
said an unknown man dnpercent blood alCQhol level
July 17, at about 230 a.m
Her Insurance and car regiS- vmg a tan 1999 Geo Pnzm
for dnvmg drunk
exposed hunself wtule she
tratIOn had expIred
He'd
been
speedIng
a
on Lakeshore
A 23-year-old female pas- Rollerbladed
maroon 1998 Ford Escort on senger
Provencal
and
was too drunk
to between
eastbound
Mack
near
dnve
Officers took her to Woodland Shore
LeXIngton
She gave pollee the vehIheadquarters
where
she
The dnver had a 17 per- called for a nde home.
cle's hcense plate number.
cent blood alcohol content
Officers traced records to an
A 20-year-old
male pasaddress In the 6600 block of
senger from Harper Woods
Moyes In DetrOIt
WhIle
a
16-year-old
registered
a blood alcohol
leYI'I of 16 percent
Grosse Pomte Farms male
A 19-year-old
male pas- cut grass last week m the
At nOOD on Monday, July
back yard of a home m the
senger from St. CI81r Shores
Shores
400 block of McKInley, hiS 11, Grosse Pomte
had not consumed alcohol
pohce learned someone used
leaf blower left unattended
spray pamt to vandalIZe the
III the front yard was stolen
front door of an unoccupIed
by two unknown men
A
53-year-old
DetrOit
Witnesses
saId the pair house on Renaud
maD,
dnvmg
a vehIcle
A real estate agent offered
drove away m a dark blue,
loaded WIth U1l8ecured fur- early
1990s
Ford to "take care of the matter,"
rnture on eastbound
Mack Thunderbird
pohce s81d.
near Moross, was arrested
The theft
occurred
on
on an outstandmg
$875 war- Saturday, July 17, at about
rant at 5.32 p m Monday,
145pm
July 12, m Grosse POInte
Grosse Pomte Shores pubThe
teen's
ZIp
Start
Farms
hc safety officers doused a
Homehte
backpack-style
The
warrant
stemmed
burnIng
construcllon
blower was valued at $100
from
a misdemeanor
m
Dumpster
on Renaud a few
mInutes
after 7 pm
on
Harner Woods Fanns .{IQhoe
re'r~~cr't'h~ man to :Fra!Pef-' -0
't:U
Sunday, july 10
Woods pohce
A dog hVIng on Fontana In
Officers
s81d a burnIng
Grosse Pomte Shores was rag had been tossed mto the
playIng m Its back yard on dumpster
and caused other
Wednesday,
July
13, at contents to IgnIte
- Brad Lindberg
On
the
afternoon
of about 6 pm, when It yelped
Monday, July 12, the owner
of a Madison Heights construction
company
domg
City of
MichJgllll
work m the 300 block of
Lothrop
In Grosse
Pomte
NOTICE OF PUBLIC ACCURACY TEST
Farms
reported
someone
had
stolen
a generator
A Public Accuracy Tc~t wllJ be conducted on Monday, July 26,
worth $1,200 to $1,500
2004. at 2 00 P m m Ibe ClIY Hall Conference Room, to test Ibe
He SaId the 7000 EXL
Accu-Vote Optical Scan Young System and ballots to be unhzed
generator
was taken from
for Ibe August 3. 2004 Pnmary election
the Site between July 1 and
8
fe'l
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23A
BALLOT
For
PRIMARY ELECTION
TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 2004
Registered qualified elector'> m the City of Grosse POinte Park.
GroS'ie Pomte Gros,e POInte Farm~ Gro~se POinte Woods.
To",n~hlp of Gro>\e Pomte Wavne County and Lake
Township-Macomb Counly "'ho elpeCl to he abtent fmm Ihe
I If) or In",n<h,p or \\ha are ronfined to home or hospllal h,
dlne<l or dHah,lm or are f>{) ,ea" of a~e or more mo. n"",
appl, fnr ah<enr Inter \ !>,,!lnt< NO ~UCH REGULAR
APPLICATIO\iS CAlli BE ACCEPTFD AFTER 200 PM
01lJ SATURDAY JUJ Y , I 2004 .l"pplicat1On~can be made
pnor to ~uch time atlhe "luOlclpal Office~
The office~ of the CIt} Clerk' of Gro"c POinte Farm~ Gro~'ie
Pomte Park Gro~\e Pomle Gro'i,c POinte Wood' Town~hlp of
Gro~~c POinte and IAlkc To'" n,hlp will be open dunng normal
bU~lnc''i hour, 'vlonda\ thru Fndav of eae h weck All office,
"'III he open on <;aturda~ July' 1 2004 from 8 10 untll 200
pm
for ab-.ent \OICr, ~1Jllnt
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R~2 0200
Louise Warnke
( ,I, ( Ierk
of (,ro"c
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Robert Graziani
Raymond Suwlnski
To'" n,hlp ( lerk
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July 22, 2004
Grosse POInte News
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crime and strengthen
neighborhoods
• Officials hold
Town Hall meeting
and encourage res!dents to join in
national campaign
By Jennie Miller
Staff Wnter
The Harper Woods Pohce
Department
IS reachmg out
to the commumty to help
prevent cnmes from occurnng
A two-day dedicatIOn to
ths
effort w1l1 take place
'nth a Neighborhood Town
Hall Meetmg on Monday,
August 2, from 6,30 to 8 p m
at CIty Hall The followmg
e,eDlng, Harper Woods IS
JOIDlng forces With 10,000
commumttes
across
the
country 10 the 21st annual
NatIOnal Night Out, from 6
to 10 pm
"We want to work together
to prevent cnme," smd Lt.
James Burke, who IS helpmg to orgamze both events.
"I am excited our pohce
department
IS takmg the
Imtlatlve to hold the town
hall meetmg (and partIcIpate m the National Night
Out),"
said
Mayor
Ken
Poynter
The meetmg WIll feature
presentattons
and dISCUSsIOns by police officers, City
offiCials,
and commumty
leaders Sam Jackson, a pastor and sponsor of Harper
Woods
High
School's
DIversity Club, WIll be a featured speaker 10 addition to
a
representative
from
Eastland Center
While the focus of the
evenmg WIll be on methods
of strengthenmg
.neighborlloodsllnlipreventlng
come,
m additIOn, there WIll be
Photos by Jenrue Miller
Dribble, pass,
shoot, score!
Youag basketball lovers are relishing in
the sport in the Metro D Summer Camp
held at the Harper Woods Higb Scbool.
Every day, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m,. athletes
&ather to learn the fundamentals of the
sport. interact with other kids who love
basketball. understand the importance of
teamwork. and practice cIrWs with footwork and sbootiDg,
"There are all kinds of things they do.
and it's coutant. They're out there playing the game." said Jim Champine. wbo
bu been nJDDing the program in Harper
Woods for 12 yean, and an additional 11
years at Macomb Community College.
More than 500 athletes have signed up
to play this summer. with one week set
ulde for the boys camp and another
week designated for girls. There will also
be a week of baIf-day camp for younger
athletes. Numerous speakers have been
brought into the camp to auist the
coacbes with the I_DB and drills and
give personal accounts of basketball success. The camp is run by 13 adotts, all of
whom have ~rlence
playing competi.
tive basketball.
"The coaches are wbat make this &0
great. " Champine Illlid. "They bave a
wealth of Dowledge. and that's wbat
makes it speclal."
Plctured above. coach Jim O'Connor
gives the girls camp pointera re,gardlqg 300-3 competitions. Pictured rlght, a girl
demonstrates
footwork and dribbling
slrlJls wbile another sbows effective
defenae.
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& SHOES
SALE
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TENDER
271 WEST MAPLE
DOWNTOWN BIRMINGHAM
248.258.0212
STORE HOURS:
SUNDAY 12-5
MONDAY-SATURDAY 10-6
THURSDAY EVENINGS 'TIL 9
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many giveaways
message to cnmmals lettmg
The cIty WIll have free gun them know neighborhoods
locks,
cnme-fightmg
are fightmg back
brochures,
mkless
child
"From 6 to 10 pm, reslIdenttficatlOn
kits and a dents
are encouraged
to
drawmg
for HWPD hats
turn on their extenor hghtEastland
Center
has 109 and spend the evemng
arranged
for gift packets
outSide,
gettmg
to know
from the mall.
discount
neighbors," Burke smd
coupons from the DetrOIt
Many areas throughout
8cJence Center, and sample~ the city have already orgaof the new PepsI Cola dnnk
mzed block partIes to be
"We're trymg to get a real- held that evemng, and cookIy good turnout
for the outs, flashlight
walks and
event,"
Burke
saId
"We youth actIVitIes are encourwant to get people thmkmg
aged Burke hopes thIS cam.
about safety, and to get the palgn WIll muster diSCUSSIOn
pollce and commumty work- of cnme prevention and the
109 together agam "
formatIOn of neIghborhood
Banners have been flymg wateh groups
around
the city notlfymg
"The commumty IS only as
reSidents of the upcormng
strong as each mdlVldual
events
neighborhood,"
Burke Said
National
Night
Out IS "We want people to break.
expected
to mvolve more down walls
and become
than 34 million people 10 familiar WIth each other"
"Amenca's
NIght
Out
Burke encourages nelghAgamst
Cnme " It IS bors to get creative and fonn
deSIgned to heighten cnme
actiVities block by block He
and drug prevention awareadded that pohce officers are
ness, generate
support for on hand to come to certam
Jocal ~ ..elfonsl
strengthen
~eet;s.lf requested
IJel~OOJ:hood
.;,pmt
anQ.-~ "Well help 9ut as much as
partnershIps,
and send a we can," he said
Library planners prep
for big renovation
By Jennie Miller
Staff Wnter
WhIle Its doors are closed,
there IS still a bustle of
actiVity gomg on Wlthm the
walls of the Harper Woods
Publtc Library
LIbrary
dIrector
Dale
Parus IS eXCited about what
the future holds for the faCilIty, but as he wades through
piles of books and meets
WIth renovatIOn planners,
he hopes It happens smoothly and fast
"It's a bIg project," he said,
nearly out of breath "We're
a small ltbrary, WIth a small
staff, but we're makmg some
good progress"
The hbrary set aSIde a
handful of days throughout
the last two months to close
the bUlldmg to patron~ and
orgaDlze mventory and prep
for the bIg move to the
Harper Wood~ Community
Center And Just ye~terday,
Wednesday, July 21, Paros
planned to close the door~ to
the pubhc for good, at lea.t,
unhl the new ltbrary open~
once constructIOn
IS complete
But the hbrary's Summer
Readmg Program ha •• ttll
been takmg place dunng
Inventory
day.
And WIth
the blllldmg now c1o,ed the
pro~am'.
culmmat10g
Family Night wlll al.o ~tlll
be held at the fa Clhty, on
Wedne.day, ,July 21'
"If. heen a real Jug-glmg
act" Pam, _aid of the confu
.lOn re'ldent.
have had
when the, .ce the ',gn •• ay
109 the lIhrary I. c1n.en
The
.tafT
"
,nrtmg
through thou.and,
of hook",
hopmg to tran~porl
.ome
6 (}OO to the temporary filc!l1ty and ,ell hundred, of oth
er. for $1 a hag
"We'rp
gl'tt1Og
th, re "
Paro. 'a,d from a cell phonl'
dunng
an Inventory
day
"The bottom lInl' I' t hat
everythmg
m th1S hlllldmg
ha~ to either be moved out
or 1t gets pummeled
or
demohshed
It's not Just the
book~ and everythmg.
It'S
furniture, file cabinets, and
the thmg~ you mIght not
even thmk about like thp
lire exttngUl.her,
a penc11
sharpener and that photo of
John Kennedy"
Mover. WIll be commg t<l
the faclhty to gather the
heavwr Item •• uch a' fum1ture and .heh mg umt,
And once everyl hlng I'
,('ttled at the Commumty
Cpnt('r It, hack to reorgsmzatlOn ~o the hbrarv can
temporanlv
open for bu'lneqq 10 Augu-t al J'I74R
Harper
at
Manrhe.tpr
There V.11lhe a rennmg area
and Ii,e compulpr v.ork .talion. at the temporar.
loca
lion and hour, will he from
q 10 a m untll H pm on
Mnnna,'
through
Thllr.dav.
and 10 a m to ')
pm on Fndav'
It ....
lil lx,
c10qpd on '-,aturda,'
<lnd
'lunday.
lIntl1 Labor !la'
v.hen 1t ....111 rpoppn on
",aturdll' •
Meanv.hde
planq
IIrp
nparh complpt(, for (hI' rpn
o"atlOn and pxpan'lOn ofth(
iJbmrv
,Juqt two wepk, ago a
companv cam( 111 to t~,t the
ground t(l 'PP If a ncv. geothermal hpatmg and coohng
sy~tem IS pOSSible at the
SIte
"It\ a field of holes and
",ells that nUld goes through
and dISSIpates the heat 10
the
ground,"
Paros
explamed "It baSically uses
th(' earth ground to cool off
the hUlldmg and abqorb all
the enprgy and heat m .ummer and It reverses In the
....lntertlme,
It hpats the
hU1ldmg. "
"It would be Ie•• expen"I' e all dround and cut our
energy con~umptlOn b) 30 to
40 percent" he ~ald "Thlq IS
cntlcal
bpcall~e
we are
('~pandmg the bU1ldmg- by
40 percent
and Ilf thIS
....ork~ lour
operatmg bud
gpt won t bt> mcrea qIng It IS
,pn Important to liS to qave
.ome monev on that"
The t~.ts ....ere conducted
to ~ep v.hat tvpp of .011 cond,t Ion pXlqh out'lde
the
hlJlldll1,1;and how much the
earth can IIb.orh
'H the tP.t comp. hllck,
"no It hecomp~ a co.t Iqque
.... 1' won t do 'II" Pllru~ qRld
\Vp re on 1 rpal tIght campll' heT(' WI' non'( ha,e a
Irpp two acr(' field to put
h"II' all o\lrth., placp lfwe
hav( ((I tlllr up t hp whole
p<lrkmg lot to do thl. that
won t work BUI prphmlOary
tpqt. w,'rp hvorllhle, and It'q
prohably worth pllrsumg "
Automotive
July 22, 2004
Grosse Pointe News
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Go farther with fuel-savings
(NAPSI) - In light of the
hlgher gasoline pnces this
year, the Car Care Council
offers gas-savmg maintenance and dnvmg tips that
go for
• Check your vehicle gas
cap About 17 percent of the
vehicles on the roads have
gas caps that are either
damaged, loose or are ImSSmg altogether, causing 147
mllhon gallons of gas to
vaponze every year
• When tires aren't mflated properly, It's hke dnvmg
W1ththe parkmg brake on
and can cost a mlle or two
per gallon
• A vehicle can have
either four, SiX or eight
spark plugs, winch fire as
many as 3 million times
each 1,000 miles, resultmg
m a lot of heat and electncal
and chemical erosIOn A
dirty spark plug causes misfinng, which wastes fuel
Spark plugs need to be
replaced regularly
• An air filter that IS
clogged W1thdirt, dust and
bugs chokes off the air and
creates a "nch" mIXture too much gas bemg burned
for the amount of air. which
wastes gas and causes the
engme to lose power
ReplaCinga cloggedair filter
can Improve gas mileage by
as much as 10 percent, savmg about 15 cents on a gallon
You can also save fuel by
dnvmg senSibly
• Aggressive dnvmg can
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10\\ er
gdS mileage by as
,nneh as 33 percent on the
Illghway and 5 percent on
uty streets, which results m
seven to 49 cents per gallon
• Sitting Idle gets zero
miles per gallon Letting the
vehIClewarm up for one to
two mmutes ISsuffiCient
• Gas mileage decreases
rapidly at speeds above 60
rnph Each mph dnven over
60 results m an additional
10 cents per gallon To momtam a constant speed on the
highway, cruise control IS
recommended
The Car Care Council IS
the source of mformatlOnfor
the "Be Car Care Aware"
campaign, educatmg consumers about the benefits of
regular vehicle maintenance
and repair For more mformatlon and to download a
free copy of a Semce
Interval Schedule, VISitthe
Web Site carcare org.
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gnme can block up to 90 often Streaks, smudges
percent of the hght and and road dirt obscure your
restnct your ablhty to see, view and mcrease glare
• Use a ram repellent
makmg oncommg beams
wmdshleld
treatment.
appear that much bnghter
• Ahgn your headlights Light IS reflected 10 the
correctly Properly aimed mOisture on your w1Odheadlights help you see bet- shield Advanced raIDrepelter and aVOid glare See lents such as Aquapel Glass
your car care profeSSIOnal, Treatment shed water from
glass and make Ice, snow
• Keep your headlights unecessary
• Clean your wmdshleld and dirt easier to remove
clean Even a thm layer of
(NAPS!) - Road glare
from bnght lights IS an
mcreasmg problem for dnvers, With new vehicles
sportmg high mtenslty
headlights and auxlllary
hghtmg.
The foHoW1ngare tips to
help take care of road glare
New cars are safer than ever
(NAPS!) - Safety's a top
pnonty for new-car buyers
A most recent survey found
mne out of the top 10 new
features consumers want ill
thelf next vehIcles are
enhanced safety features
The auto mdustry IS
workmg aggressively to
engmeer the latest safety
technology mto new vehlcles Consumers now have
more safety technology
than ever
Safety belts and air bags deslfes every safety optIon
are standard m every vehl- available on vehicles today
cle Automakers also now
Safety IS a shared responoffer everythmg from antl- Slblhty among automakers,
lock brakes, to Sidehead aIr the government and the
bags and curtalOs, to elec- motonng public The auto
tromc stablhty
control mdustry IS domg Its part
Consumers
are
best The public can do Its part
eqUipped to choose whIch by bucklmg up and practlcadditIOnal optIOnal safety mg safe dnVlng habIts
features they want m their
For more mformatlOn on
next new-car purchase
the auto mdustry s commltSafe~y IS a per!(lna! cll~lc.i1.Jllent tQ safety, VISit the
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News
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July 22, 2004
Grosse Pointe News
NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION
to De held
TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 2004
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha' a Pnlnary ElectIOn will be held m the Clly of Grosse Pomle Park.
Clly of Gro!>!oePomle, Clly of Grosse Pomte Farms, City of Gros!>e Pomte Woods Town~lup of Grosse
Pomle Wayne County and Lake Township-Macomb Counly on Thesday. August 3, 2004 at 7 o'clock m
the forenoon until 8 0 clock Ifi the afternoon, al wluch llme quahfied regIstered votel> may vote for the
followmg
• Repre~entatlve m Congress
• Proseeutmg Attorney
• County Clerk
• Register of Deeds
• Delegate to County ConventIOn
• RepresentatIve m Slate legIslature
• Shenff
• County Treasurer
• County Cornrfil~slOner
• Judge of C,rcull Court Non-Incumbent
And,lfi Townslup of Grosse Pomte-Wayne
County and Lake Township-Macomb
• Townslup SUpervlSOI>
• TownshIp Clerks
PosItIon Vote I
A gIrl's cream Trek bike
was taken
from an open
garage In the 1300 block of
Eclmunton
10 Gro88e
Pomte
Woods
sometime
between
Fnday, July 9, and Sunday,
July 11
• TownshIp Trustees
• Township Treasurers
PROPOSALS
A blue and SIlver Schwmn
21-speed
mountam
bIke
PROPOSALQ
BALI.OT ADVISQRY QUESTIONS
Shall SectIOn 3 115 of the Wayne County Home Rule Charter
County Commission may place adVISOry questions on the ballot?
Yes
No
Someone
tned
to break
mto a house m the 20000
block of Van K In Grosse
Pomte
Woods
sometime
between
11 30
a m
on
Thursday,
July 8, and 1 30
pm on Sunday, July 11
Pry marks were found on
the front door No entry was
made
Stolen bikes
County
PROPOSALS
COUNTY
Attempted
home
invasion
be amended
A red and black Torque
Iud's bike was taken
from
the outside of a house m the
21400 block of Van K sometime
between
9 p m on
Sunday, July 11, and 2 p m
on Monday, July 12
The bIke was left m the
front of the house between
the garage and a neighbor's
house
A Schwmn
Club/Cross
mountam
bike left 10 or near
a garage m the 800 block of
South
Oxford
10 Grosse
roR
A boy's black mountam
bike
was
taken
from
a
garage m the 19900 block of
West
Wllhams
Court
In
Grosse
Pomte
Woods
between 11 and 11 25 a.m .
on Sunday, July 18
Attempted car
theft
Someone tned, but falled,
to break mto or steal a white
1992 Toyota parked 10 a dnveway of the 700 block of
Woods
Lane
m
Grosse
See SAFETY, page 2M
to prOVIde that the
CllyorQt)r1l5S.e'lllUt.e
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REMQVAI. QF COMMISSIQNER
Pomte
Woods
was taken
sometime
between
11 30
p m on Fnday, July 16, and
1 10 p m Sunday, July 18
With a baby seat bracket
over the rear tire was taken
from an open garage m the
1400 block of Yorktown
m
Grosse Pomte Woods some.
time between Saturday,
July
10, and Tuesday, July 13
JlT nnU5,
MichJg8J1
SUMMARY OF THE MINUTES
JULY 12, 2004
CAUSE
The Meeung was called to order at 7 30 P m begmmng With the Pledge of AllegIance
Shall Sectton 3 115 of the Wayne County Home Rule Charter be amended to proVide that a comnusslOner
may be removed from office by a 213 vote of the County ConurusslOn for convlcllon or adrmsslon of a
felony, and be disqualified from runrung for or holdmg a county office for 3 years, and to proVide that a
comrrusslOner may be removed from office by a 4/5 vote for a nusfeasance or malfeasance of office or for
rrIOvmg out of the dJstnct?
Yes
AND IN
THE
CITY OF GROSSE
No
Present on Roll Call Mayor Farquhar; Mayor Pro-Tem DaVISIl. Councllmemben; Roby. Joseph, Theros,
Leonard and Waldmelr
Those Absent Were None
Also Present
Messrs Burgess, ClIy Attorney. Reesllle, CIty Manager Tepper ASSIStantCIty Manager,
ModzmskJ. CIty Controller, Jensen, Deputy DIrector Public Safety
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Mayor Farquhar PresIded al the Meeting
POINI'E WOODS
The Minutes of the Regular Meetmg held June 7 2004. were approved as submItted
The Mmutes oflhe SpecIal Meelmg held June 21. 2004. were approved as submllted
PRQPOSED AMENDMENI TO THE GRQSSE POINTE WQODS CITY CQDE.
CHAPTER 50. ENTITI,ED !.IOUOR & TAVERN !.ICENSES
TO INCREASE
DISTRIBUTION
THE NUMBER
OF CLASS CfI'AVERN
LICENSES
AVAILABLE
IN GROSSE POINTE WOODS FROM SEVEN TO ELEVEN.
The CounCIl, aCllng as a Zorung Board of Appeals, approved the MInutes of the PublIc Heanng beld on
June 7 2004, granled the appeal of Therese & Edward Joseph, 76 Moran
FOR
The Grosse POInte Woods CIty CounCil has proposed an amendJnent to Chapter 50 which controls the
Issuance of Class crravem LIcenses Seellon 5Q.2 currently slales that no more than SIX (6) Class C
LIcenses can be ISSUedor approved for use SectIon 5Q.3 states that no more than one (I) tavern hcense
can be ISSued or approved for use Accordmgly. the ordJnanee currently allows a total of seven (7) Class
C!favem LIcenses to be ISSued or approved for use All seven are currently m use
Should Secllons 5Q.2 and 5Q.3 be combined IOto one new SeclIon 50-2 to allow for a total of eleven
(II) Class Cfl'dvem Licenses to be ISSUed or approved for use?
The CounCIl approved the proposed Fiscal Year Ended June, 2005 Waler. Sewer & Flat Charge Flow Rates
& Water & Recycling Flat Charges
The CounCIl scheduled a Public Heanng for Monday, Augusl9. 2004 at 7 30 P m to conSll!er the fonnal
adopuon of the Planned Unli Development Ordmance
The CounCIl approve the follOWing from the Consent Agenda
a) Metro Act Applicant - SBC
b) RubbIsh Pack BIds - DPW
c) Operauon agreement- Conference of Eastern Wayne
The PublIc Safely Department Repon for May, 2004 was receIVed by the Council and ordered placed on
file
Yes
No
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The CounCIl schedule a SpecIal Meenng for Monday, July 26, 2004 al 7 30 P m to revIew and award the
AND IN TI1~ Val-AGE
MICHIGAN
OF,GR0S!¥'i~U'IT£
SHQR~~4CoMB
PUBI.IC IMPRQVEMENTS
~,W(lYNE
C~
Shall the Village of Grosse POinte Shores, Macomb and Wayne Counlles, MIchigan. bomJw an arrJOunl
109 pub1Jc unprovements conslsllng of street and curt:> Improvements, water system unprovements, storm
sewer and sanitary sewer Improvements, Sidewalk Improvements and street light unprovements?
The
nwurnum number of years the bonds may be outstandtng, exclUSIve of refundmg, IS 20 years, the estlmated nullage that wlll be leVied to pay the proposed bonds In the first year that the levy tS authonzed IS
06772 nulls (wluch IS equal 10 $0 6772 per $1,000 of taxable value of real and pel>OnaI property m the
Village) and the eSllmated Simple average annual nullage that WIll be requue<l to rellre the bonds IS
06213 nulls
YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIRED
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Grosse POInte South High School. II Grosse Pomte Boulevard
RIchard Elementary, 176 "'1cKmley
CIty Hall Eire Stallon. 90 Kerby Road
Kerby School, 285 Kerby Road
Brownell MIddle School. 260 Chalfonte
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Ferry School 74'\ Ro,lyn Road
Mawn 'ichool 1640 VernIer Road
F,r" hanghcall
uthcran Church SOO VernIer Road
c.t) Hall CommuOlty ('enter 2002~ Mack Plaza
Mont'eth School 127~ Cook Road
Barnc' School 20090 Mommg"de
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CITY OF HARPER WOODS
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE
WAYNE COUNTY, MICHIGAN
OFFICIAL ELECTION NOTICE
TO THE QUAL/RED ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF HARPER WOODS, COUNTY OF
WAYNE, STATE OF MICHIGAN
NotIce I~ hereby gIven that a Pnmary Elecuon Will be held m
the CIty of Harper Wood~ m the County of Wayne, State of MichIgan on August 3, 2004 from 7 00
A M to 8 PM for the purpose of nommalIng candIdates tor the followmg offices
and to \ote on the followmg proposals
COUNTY PROPOSALS
PROPOSAI,Q
BALto! ADVISORY()J!ESTlQNS
Shall lectlon 1 II ~ of the Wayne Counly Home Rule Charter be amended to prOVide Ihal the
County Comm"'Ion ma) place advllOry que~llon~ on the ballol1
Qf GRQSS.E..IDllill.
79~ Lake Shore
LAJ~li.m~
LQ<.iUJOn
Ed.el & Fleanor
Ford Galehou<;c
PROPOSALR
REMOYAL OF COMMISSIOro.ER FOR CAlISE
'ihall SectIon 3 115 of Ihe Wayne County Home Rule Charter t>e amended 10 prOVIde that a com
ml~~loner may t>e removed from office hy d 21, vote of the Counl~ Comml~"on for convlct,on or
adm""on 01 a felony and be d"quahfied from nrnfilng for or holding a county office for 1 year<;
and to proVIde that a comml",oner
may he removed from office hy d 41~ vote for ml,feasance or
malfea"ance of office or for movmg out of d"'tncl1
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Shane L. Reeslde
ClIV ManagcrlCII~ Clerk
City of Gros.<;ePOlnle Fann<
'Xl Kcmy Rood
SS~ MOO
Julie Arthurs
(Icrk
CIty of \.Jfn"'C POlnlC
17147 Maumee
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Robert GrazianI
To ....n<hlp Clerk
Town<.htp of Gro&'le Pomtc Wayn: COOllty
79~ I .ake <;/tore
S840214
Jane Blahut
(',ty Clerk
nty 01 ('1TO'.'C POinte PaJ1,;
I~II ~F-.a<;l Jeffcr;on
Louise S. Warnke
Cay ( lerk
C ,tv of ( rIY"'C rmniC WoOOci
2002 ~ Mack P1d7.3
SS2 (,200
141 244~
Raymond Suwlnskl
Tn'" n,h rp Clerk
l.ake Township Macomh County
79~ I.ake 'iltore
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07/22/04 & 07129104
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The Election ",!II be conducted althc follOWing placel
PRECINCT
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For addlllonal
rnformatlOn
L<X.AllO.JS.
Be,llon 'ichool
('lty Hall
Tyrone'ichool
Poupard 'ichool
plea..: call (, 1\\'4'
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1947~ Beacon,fleld
19() 17 Harper
1<)~2~ T)ronc
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James C. Farquhar
Mayor
Representative m Congress 13th DISlnct (J)
Representative In Slate legIslature 1st Dlstnct (1)
Prosecullng Allorney ( I)
Shenff (1)
County Clerk (I)
County Trealllrer (I)
Reg"ter of Deeds (I)
County Commls'JOner (I)
Judge of the Clrcul! Court 3rd CIrCUli (I)
CITY-O£ GROSSE POINTE WOODS
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THE NEXT REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY.
AUGUST 9 2004 AT 7 30 PM IN THE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 90 KERBY ROAD, GROSSE
POINTE FARMS, MICHIGAN 48236
THE MEETING IS PUBLIC, INTERESTED PROPERTY OWNERS AND RESIDENTS OF THE CITY
thaI the Pollmg Locallons for said General ElectIon are as follows
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July 22, 2004
Grosse Pointe News
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tire, overheated engine or
fender bender put a damper
on your travel plans Here
are tips to help ensure that
you amve at your destmabon safely
" GIVeyour velucle a onceover - Before you travel,
especially long distance", give
both the mtenor and eAtenor
of your velucle a once-over
Check your tires, battery and
engtne, mcludmg ou, transmission fluid, wmdshleld
washer flwd and gas levels
Also check the brakes and
make sure that seat belts are
workmg properly A qwck
check may keep you from SIttmg on the Side of the road
wwtmg for a row truck
" Keep your eyes on the
road - Whether dnvmg
through Side streets, on moon
roads or on the lughway. pay
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for children playmg III the
.treet, blCychs~ or ammals
that may dart out III front of
traffic Also, beware of debns
that may be left m the road
- a piece of tire m your lane
may look harmless but can
cause damage ro your vehicle
uyou hit It
" Beware of "No-Zones" on
commercial vehicles - When
dnvmg
near commercial
vehIcles such as trucks,
buses and motor homes, be
sure ro pay particular attention ro their No-Zones NoZones are the dangerous
blmd spots around commerCial vehIcles where your velu.
cle dIsappears from the VIew
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of long vehicles Remember
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When pa"bmg thebe vehIcles,
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" Obey SignS and slgnalsAn aCCident can be a\olded
by respecting traffic SIgnS
and slgtnals Runmng a srop
SIgn or traffic hght or Ignormg speed lImIts IS extremely
hazardous
Also, always
remember to adjust your dn.
vmg speed for the road condItions, especIally when there
IS dense fog or ram
Rnad trips can be fun for
everyone By takmg your
tIme and paymg close attentIOn ro your surroundIngs,
you may be able to aVOidan
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POLICE AND FIRE REPORTS
(';n thpf .. ~, rpr""p1"'li'.I
A resldent of the 19300
block of Kenosha noticed
hIs 2004 Jeep Liberty was
mlssmg when he woke up
at 630 a m on Monday,
July 12
But
the
vehicle
was
recovered the followlllg day
at noon III the 5500 block of
Devonbhlre III DetrOit wIth
damage to the Ignition and
dnver's Side door lock
PO~~PSSlOnoj Ii ~tlll"n Ford
pLCkup truck on Saturday,
July 17, at 1 pm, at Eight
Mile and Harper
A Harper Woodb pohceman pursued the 'Ubpect
on foot after he fled from
the truck and discovered
hIm lurkmg m a garage on
Danbury
Attempted car theft
$400 worth of compact
diSCS and vehicle reglstratiOn were stolen from a
2001 Pontiac Grand Am
parked III the 20000 block
of Lancaster on Thursday,
July 15, between 1230 and
815 am
Toy gun
A Shelby Township man
on Monday,
After
hearmg
a loud was arrested
after
nOise, a reSIdent of the July 12 at 1 pm,
a
Harper
block
of threatenmg
A 1997 Pontiac Sun fire 20600
Williamsburg
looked out Woods man and pOlntmg a
was stolen from a dnveway
gun at him - which later
1Il
the 20400
block of the wllldow to find someone
was trymg to steal hiS 1996 turned out to be a toy gun
KlIlgsvllle
and
later
A reSident of the 20300
returned to that same dn- Suzuki Katana motorcycle
block of Eastwood stood m
veway on Thursday,
July After the three suspects
falled at placmg the motor- the street and watched as a
15 The owner, a Roseville
Galant
female, reported to pohce cycle mto a ....hlte cargo 2003 Mltsublshl
that her debit card and $70 van, one swore, and they passed by gomg 60 miles
But
fled the scene The bike had per hour, he reported
1Il cash were mlsslIlg
after passmg by the man,
damage to the nght nurror
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the vehicle carne to an
A 2003 Dodge Ram was and left turn IIldicator A
recovered In the 9600 block red pas~enger vehICle was abrupt stop, and the susof Pralne
In DetrOIt
on also hsted as bUSpeCt III the pect yelled, and threatened
the man The man reported
mCldent
Thursday, July 15, at 409
that
the
suspect
then
am, Just one day after It
Larceny
turned the vehIcle around
was reported stolen by a
A rented 5-foot propane
and drove back toward him
reSident of the 20300 block
gnll was stolen from out- The suspect threatened
to
of Lochmoor The IgnItion
Side an area home Improve- get a gun and kIll him, and
was punched,
there was
ment store III the 20300 left
door lock damage, and all
block of Kelly on Sunday,
Mmutes
later,
four wheels and nms were
July 11, at 2 25 p m
returned
eastbound
on
misslllg
Three males, after pur- Eastwood, stuck a gun out
chaslllg Items With cash the wmdow, and sood, "I can
Fiery down thrown lIlslde
the store, picked up shoot you nght nowl~ He
While her 1986 Audl was the gnll and took off m a
then
began
ShoutlOg
parked In front of a home III 1991 GMC van The gnll
obscemtles as the man and
the
19900
block
of had been rented from a pn- a Witness ran behmd
a
Washtenaw,
a Fleetwood
vate company for a SPeCIal vehicle m the dnveway
reSIdent WItnessed a man event It had been placed The WItness reported the
set fire to a stuffed clown outside the store to cool off
man was holdmg the gun
and throw It on the hood of
Sideways, "gangster style ~
her
car
The
mCldent
Auto larceny
PolLce were called to the
occurred on Fnday, July 16,
A purse contammg two scene,
and the suspect
at 5 pm, and a suspect has
credit cards and a SOCial demed he was the perpetrabeen named
Secunty
card was stolen
tor, that hiS "fnend" was
from a 1998 Ford XLT pick- the one who pomted the
Car thief arrest
up parked m a lot m the gun at the man He later
Harper
Woods
pohce
19100 block of Vernier on confessed Pohce found the
assisted
the
St
Clair Thursday, July 15
gun, discovered It was a toy,
Shores Police Department
The ~ehlcle had fresh
and lowered the charges
III the arrest
of a Mount damage to the passenger
from felomous assault
to
Clemens man who was 1Il Side door lock
assault
Pointers vie for circuit court seats
The City of Grosse Pointe Woods
In conjunction with the Grosse Pointe Public
School System,
The Grosse Pointe Business and Professional
Association of Mack Avenue, Lochmoor Club, St.
John Hospital & Medical Center, Mike Slomski,
and Pete Thomas
Thank the following businesses and individuals
for their contributions to the
2004 Grosse Pointe Woods Fireworks
SPONSORS
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:a.cker Landscaping
Grosse ~ointe Park
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Comenca
Curls Brothers Big Boy Restaurant
edmund t. AHEE Jewelers
Farmer Jack
Frank Rewold and Son, Inc.
Grosse Pointe Business and Professional
Association of Mack Ave.
Grosse Pointe News
Grosse Pointe Public Library
Lochmoor Chrysler Jeep, Inc.
Lochmoor Club
Mr. C's Car Wash
Pointe Medical Equipmentt Inc.
Radar Industries
Sine & Monaghan/GMAC Real Estate
Standard Federal Bank MackN ernier Branch
St. John Hospital & Medical Center
Sunrise Assisted Living of Grosse Pointe Woods
the little Blue Book
University Liggett School
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By Bonnie Caprara
Slaff Wnter
The Grosse Pomtes WIll be
very well represented III the
Aug 3 pnmary race for the
lone open seat ill the Third
Circuit
Court
ill Wayne
COllIlty
City of Grosse POInte resIdent James A Callahan IS
campalgnmg strong yet sood
name recognItion IS helpmg
him along m thiS year's
tIght race
"They're familiar With my
reputatIOn as an attorney
and from my chanty work:
Callahan s8ld
Callahan Vied for a contested seat m the CirCUit
court m 2.002 He I~ an attorney
\ te rac Ice handh
• CrlYnUiaY
cas
~ II also the presldentt of \ the Island
View
ViIlllJ:e Development Corp
Rdnnmg agam for a clr
CUlt court seat Ib Lynne
PIerce,
best
known
as
mumclpal Judge III Grosse
Pomte Woods and Grosse
Pomte Shores and as a VlSltmg Judge m several Macomb
County dlstnct court~
Pierce saId she was "optImIstIc" about domg well m
the pnmary
electIOn, but
WIth ~even candidates m the
runnmg, she IS campalgnmg
hard
"It's always hard to tell
how thmgs
ar<> gOlllg,"
Pierce
'81d
"People
are
always mc<> to you when
they talk to you"
Plerc£' ha~ the endor,ement.~ of the Arah Am<>ncan
Pohtlcal ActIOn Committee,
the
Mlchl~an
Spamsh
Sp<>akmg D£'mocrats
the
Counn! of Baptl~t Mlm~tl'r~
of Grcater
Dd rmt
the
Umted Auto Worker~
thl'
AFL-CIO and the Wayne
County Pollcl' ChlCf,
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The campaign
al~o ha,
Gro,~e Pomte Park r<>~ldent
Mary Cathenne
KedzlOr on
hf'r t,()('~ too
"I v<>cn~,rro~'l'd
flll ov<>r
thL area,"
K<>d710r ,aId
"Thl~ pfl,t we<>kf'nd I \l'
gon£'
from
St
( lAre
\1on'I'falro
Church to thf'
Flat Rock Rac£''' av tll the
W,1ndotte Art F£',tlval"
Kl'd71or ha~ hpen a 'ppcw,1
a"l,tant
pro,( cutIng attor
ne, for th<> WAvn.. County
,Juv£'ml<>COllli fOl the pa~t
THANK YOU!
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Mary Catherine
Kedzior
19 months
Pre\lously
she
worked as a staff attorney
for the
Wayne
County
Fnend of the Court for 12
112 years, for the Legal Aid
Defen ,e
A~~oclatlOn
of
DetrOIt for four year~ and III
pnvate
practice
for two
\cars
AI~o from thp POInte, IS
Margart't
Marv TobIn of
Gro~,e POinte Park She Ib a
partn<>1 at Tucker & Tohm
pc, where ,he ha, ,pecla]
17(d In famlh la .... for thE'
pa't 21 ,I''1r' She hu, Oll~o
~p£'nt the pa"t ~l\ .,ear~ a, a
mf'dHltor and arbitrator
AudrE'v,J Monaghan al~o
nm for n Cil cm! court ~eat
Margaret Mary Tobin
845 and 900 and
U S
Congres~man John Conyers
If elected m November, she
WIll Jam her ,Ister, Annette
Barry on the Wayne County
C,rCUIt Court bench
Also In the running for the
'lole open ~eat m the CIrCUIt
court are Ronald GIles of
Detroit and Stephen P Korn
of NorthVille To....n,hlp
Giles hil~ been an atlor
nev for 17 vea~ He mamtmns a general la.... practice
and eoncentrate~
m Ju\e
mle crImmal
famllv and
ImmlgratH>n law and clVll
nght~
He ha~ worked a, gl'nl'ral
coun,pl
for a commumt"
two v('(lr .....ngo ~l)"" .n rfllo:,l~ mentill health orgilm7a(lOn
dl'llt of Ph mouth ,h£' h\ed
and a, a heanng refpref> tor
m Gro~~<>Pomte Wood, from thf' Michigan Department of
('IVI] Rights
J9R'ito199R
I ve heen gonp for ,IX
Kom " an attorney m pn
yl'ar, and peoplE' ~tlll keep .,ate practIce In WaTT!'n ~pE'
In touch" Monaghnn ~nld
Clah7mg In <>~tat" planmng
Monaghan ha. workpd a,
All 1'l \IleumhE'nt.
ar('
an attorney
for ('ltI7E'n,
runnmg unoppo,ed for thplr
In'lIrnnce
('0 ~mce 19q1
Clrclllt court ~E'at~ mcludmg
rtnd hfh ~crvl'(l ol~ the com
Gro"f'
POInte arl'a Judg('"
p lnv, nntlOn 11claim, coun- ,ramp, R Ch,hn~kl Patncla
",I for thl' pOl,t four VP1r~
Slhan
Frp,arll
1nll
\I!onilgh'1n
ha~
thl' Kilthl£,pn I Mncdonald of
thf' Wood~ 'lnll Da\llI Alan
('nllor'f>nwnt'
of th<> AFL
(10
thE' T<>am,tef'
th(' (,IOnl'T
Diane
Mane
BuIld,ng
Tr ld(', ('ounet!
H1thfl"nv
And
MlchaE'1
AFSCME l! \\\1 l..oeal, 24,') Hathfl\\il' of thp Park
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CONTRWUTORS
Antoinette
DiClemente,
Charvat
the Florist, Chaundy
International
Fine Art, Chesney-Leonard
Insurance
Agency, Inc., Chns C. Panagos DDS, City of Grosse
Pointe, City of Harper Woods, Contou~
Expreo;s, DeFour
Insurance
Agency, Donald PIerce Insurance,
East Area
Allergy & Asthma Center, Edward Nepi Salon, Frank
Lamia Salon, General Fundin~
Corporation,
Grosse
Pomte Busine'!" & Professional
Association
of Mack
Avenue. JE'anme's Boutique,
JIffy Lube, John R. Cobau,
Jo'!efs French Pa'!try Shop Co., .Joyce''! Salon, Lakeshore
Mammography
Center, Lamul & LamIa, LaMode
InternatIOnal
Hair Design, Little Tony'" Lounge in the
Woods, National Coney Island, Oppenheimer
& Co., Pat
Scott Jewelers,
People'! StatE' Bank, POInte Family
DentIstry,
Rabaut''! Intenors,
Repubhc
Bank. Robert
Stewart
DDS, Soul'iticE' ThE'ra(K"utic, State Farm
In'iurance
. Mark Wilamowskl,
State Farm Insurance
Sally Rruwier, String Bt>ads, TCBY Yogurt, Theodore
Hadgis DDS, This 'n That For Pets, WasU> Managament.
Grosse
Pointe Woods Firt>works Committee
RotKort E NOVltk .., Mayor
Victona A. GrangE'r, CounCIl Membt>r
L".a PinkO'! Howle, CounC'l1 M.. mber
Chff Ma.ROn, ActIng Citv Admlnl'itrator
P .. t .. Thoma'!, Form .. r C.tv Adm.m ..trator
(;ro .." .. POInte Public S<-hool Sv.t ..m (Chn .. F.. nton)
Grm" ... Pointe Bu"in .... 11 and Profe ...nonal AR!IOClatlOn of
Mack Av ..nup ITonI D.( Ipmpnte)
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St .• Jobn Ho"pital & Medical Cpnter fGrpR .Jakub)
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Features
68
July 22, 2004
Grosse Pointe News
Container gardening can add beauty to
On!' of m\ h\ (>rlt .. :' , ... ~
of ,ummer I~ ~eemg a
bnghl I I'd zonal geranIUm
~hdrmg Itb perkmess from a
pot 01 \\ lIldO\\ box And my
mObl-u,ed pl<lnts are the
baslb I gro\.V 1Il a large pot
on mv patio Some of the
chal!('ngeb faong our gardenb thlb summer can be
turned mto opportumtles
\\ Ith the use of con tamer
gardemng
The v.etness and cool
temperatures
of the spnng
lI:tUsed man) gardeners to
utter, "My bas>! Isn't domg
\\ell " v.hill' others are now
\\atehlng theIr tomato
plants take over the rest of
theIr gardens In my small,
mo,tl) shady garden, I've
tackled blmllar SItuatIOns
b~ growmg some plants m
contamers
Choosing your
container
From whIskey barrels to
hand-made clay pots, gardeners have a WIde vanety
of chOIces Take a walk
through a local nursery or
VISIt an art faIr to see what
stnkes your fancy Or conbIder makmg your own
Wood or hypertufa can tamers are fun to try
DecIde If the contaIner IS
porous or non-porous
Glazed pots, plastIC, metal
and glass contamers are
non-porous and hold mOIsture longer than porous
contamers Wooden WIndow
boxes and baskets, often
1mI'd WIth plastIC sheetmg
to protect the v.Ood' become
non-porous
Clay pots are porous and
will lose mOIsture qUIckly m
dry weather Remember
thIS If you'll be away week-
,
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I
"~Jfftto
V"WII'
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-tiI#l.j
.all "01
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places
lovely sedum an <lngement
Ublllg a glazed chartreuse
btrawberr) pot Her chOIce
of plants mdlcates the
understandmg
of nght
plant for the nght place
It b dlflltult to recycle thaI
n11X1Il )our wmposter or
garden boll Squabhed alu
mlnum canb all' another
pO%lblllty
Read the grower lags tha,
come WIth a purchased
plant If It reqUIres full sun
WIth dry sOIl, attemptmg to
grow It WIth a wet, shadelovmg plant may wreak
havoc for your httle garden
Feeding and watering
ends dunng a dry spell
Every contamer should
have dramage holes so that
excess mOIsture can dram
away from the roots and
ensure the health of the
plant If holes don't eXIst,
dnll a few
The one problem we face
m our area IS cold wmters
forcmg us to empty pots or
Planting In your contamers
Clean contamers before
planting Soakmg clay pots
m water for a few mmutes
WIll fill the pore .paces so
the pot doesn't soak up
water from the pottmg mix
Cover the contamer's
dramage hole(s) WIth a
small stone, pottery shard,
a pIece of screen or
WIth our bhort growing
~eason, many gardeners
choose to use man-made,
morgamc fertlhzers WIth
theIr con tamer plants Read
the labels for qlov.-release
or qUlck-actmg products
Plants can ubhze nutnents
only when they are dlsbolved m water, so orgamc
foods, such as bone meal, do
not readIly break down to
feed the potted plant
Check the nutnent content for the types of plants
you've chosen to grow Some
are heaVier feeders than
others
bnng them mSlde for the
season If you grow trees,
shrubs and hardy perenmals m contamers, then
thmk about the con tamer's
susceptibIlity to frost dam-
unbleached coffee filter to
keep the pottmg mIX m and
Insects and slugs out In
general, the use of gravel m
the bottom of a contamer 15
not recommended for
When v.atenng your contamer plants, be sure to
spnnkle enough to reach
down to the plant root
SImply wettmg the surface
of the pottmg mIx IS not
age Concrete, wood and
Thermohte pots can be left
outsIde over WInter and not
suffer damage, while clay
pots mil take on mOIsture
and crack m freezmg
weather
Don't forget the use of
growing bags or small
water gardens These
reqUIre speCIal, advanced
planmng
Be creative in your
choice of plants
Just take a look around
to get Ideas and use your
artistIC flair m selectmg
plants WIth color and texture Sue Ternes of Grosse
Pomte Woods created a
dram age, thIS only raIses
the "zone of saturatIOn" and
can keep the mIX too wet
around a plant's roots
Where weIght IS a lumtmg factor, be sure to use
soil-less pottmg mIX for
your contamer, whICh IS
usually a mIX of perhte,
sphagnum peat, ground
pmI' bark and perhaps
charcoal or fertlhzer ReSist
the temptatIOn to use
native soil directly from
your garden So much of
our SOlIs are clay m texture
and WIll compact over time
WIth frequent watenng and
drain more and more slowIy The unwanted pests WIll
also come WIth the SOIl
A better Idea IS to pur-
Containers can go anywhere and brighten any
landscape or garden.
chase a SOil-less pottmg mIX
that IS hght and well aeratI'd for contamers
One
exceptIOn IS that trees and
shrubs grown m contamers
WIll hkely benefit by addmg
5 to 10 percent by volume of
natIve SOlito a contamer
mIX thIS adds weIght to
the contamer and may prevent It from topplmg over
under wmdy condItIOns
Prepare your pottmg miX,
and mOIsten It before placmg It m the contamer You
might conSIder addmg a
slow-release fertIlizer at
thiS pomt Install plants
and water thoroughly In
large con tamers, an mch of
mulch can be appIJed over
the surface to conserve
mOIsture, moderate soIl
enough Watch for a tnckle
temperatures,
and help
at the bottom, pro\'1ded the
keep weeds at bay
dramage IS suffiCient and
Be sure to gwe the plant
the proper pottmg mIX has
some space to breath by
been used
keepmg the mulch a few
The watenng schedule
mches away from the
wlll depend upon WInd and
plant's base Pea gravel IS a weather, SIze of pot and
good chOice, espeCially for
plant and where the conheat lOVIng plants
tamer IS located
The JUry IS stili out on
Anythmg from a hybnd
the UbI' of Styrofoam
tea rose to a mugo pmI' to a
peanuts at the bottom of
tomato plant can be grown
very large contamers
It
m a ton tamer Be creatwe
surely reduces the weight
and enJoy your con tamer
and the amount ofpottmg
garden
mIx needed But I've seen
Kathleen Peabody lS a
the mushy result, yuck
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Section B
Learning and living in the past
Grosse Pointe Historical Society opens its doors to children with new series of summer classes
By Bonme Caprara
Staff Wnter
At one time or another, children
wlll ask their parents or grandparents v. hat life was like when
they were chlldren Often, chll.
dren wonder how their palents
and grandparents
managed wIthout cable teleVIsion, vIdeo games,
and water slIde& and splash pads
at lakefront parks Life for a chIld
on an early 1800s Grosse Pomte
nbbon farm, With summer days
spent makmg bIscUIts from
scratch With Mom or spendmg
qUIet time knIttmg under a tree,
would be almost Impossible for
today's chlldren to Imagme _
untJl now
This summer, the Grosse Pomte
Hlstoncal SocIety welcomes children ages 8 to 12 to the circa 1823
Provencal.Welr
House to find out
what lIfe was lIke for Grosse
Pomte chIldren of years gone by
m the senes of summer classes,
Life on the Ribbon Farm
Smce July 6, each of the
Thesday and Wednesday afternoon classes have dealt WIth a
shce of hlstonc Grosse Pomte
hfe In one class, chJldren made
biSCUits, butter, lemonade and
applesauce from scratch for a pICnIC, whIch mcluded old-fashIOned
and Immigrant games fn another
class, the chIldren learned about
Grosse Pomte legends through
playactmg
Other classes have
focused on kmttmg, genealogy,
garden crafts, tea party etiquette
and, of course, day-to-day lIfe on
the nbbon farm
AuthentiCity IS Important m the
classes
"When we do our Life on the
Ribbon Farm class, the gIrls go
out to the garden and collect carrots, cabbage and turnips - foods
Photos oourteBy of \.he Groaae Pomte Histoneai
">oclety
Left. children learn about
the legends of Grosse Pointe
tJuou&h playactlDg at a GroNe
Pointe Historical Society Life
on the Ribbon Farm class.
Class members Include Megan
McCuen. Maddie Berschback,
Meaghan Marohn, Charlotte
Berschback. Katie Lorentz,
Lorraine Krawetz and Alexan.
dra Krawetz.
Below, Marguerite Humes
teaches children how to make
applesause at a Life on the
Ribbon Farm class.
that were plentiful of the time,"
Said MargJlente Humes, who
teaches many of the children's
classes "We also go huntmg
The
kIds go out WIth a wooden nfle,
anImal trap and prOVISions And
they do eat some raccoon "
WhIle raccoons have long smce
disappeared
from the Lake St
Clair shorehne, they were once
easy to find And because huntmg
IS Illegal m Grosse Pomte Farms,
Humes purchases her raccoon
meat from a fur trapper III OhIO
In a class on crafts from the
garden, children learn that craft
makmg was not Just for the sake
of decoratIOn for Its own sake The
absence of stores made It a necessity to make gIfts And whJle potpourn sachets may be m vogue In
"Krds don't apprCClate hiStory
gIft gIVIng today, the chIldren
until you give them a hands-on
learn they prOVIded a much more
expenence, and what better way
utliitanan
use In the 1700s and
to do that than WIth crafts?" Said
1800s
Berschback, curator of the hlston"They didn't do laundry or
cal sOCIety and mother of daughchange theIr clothes as often as
ters, Maddie, 10, who attends the
we do," Humes said
classes, and Charlotte,
13, who
The emphaSIS m all of the classworks as a youth volunteer at the
es IS to proVIde a nch hands-on
classes "These are all old time
expenence for the children
crafts How often do kIds get to
bake bISCUits from scratch WIth
theIr mothers?"
Not only do crafts give purpose
to the InformatIon the cluldren
learn, but they're fun as well
"The kids who come m are obVIously partlclpatmg
because their
parents sIgIled them up, but
they're leaVIng askmg theIr parents to Sign them up for more
ch,se~ " Berschback s81d
Meredith Bury, 9, of Grosse
Pomte Park, has ellJoyed the
cooking and knIttmg classes
"I like dOing thmgs m the class
and learnmg about hiStory," Bury
SaId
Hanna Wood, 8, of Grosse
POinte Farms, enjoyed the class
on knIttmg, too
"What 1 lIke about It IS that It'S
something you can do when you're
bored," Wood slUd
Not all of the children have
come to the classes begrudgIngly
The classes have been an Ideal
fit for Meagan Marhon, 8, of the
Park
"I'm Interested In hlstoncal
things, and I'm Interested In the
pIOneers," Marhon slild "I probably would have lIked to have lIved
m the past"
Damel Hams, 8, of the Farms,
first came to the Life on the
Ribbon Farm classes because of
hiS mterest m Journlllmg and
genealogy He saId he would likely
come back for more classes
The summers of the past of
Grosse Pomte contInue for one
more week at the hlstoncal SOCIety's Provencal-Weir
House On
Thesday, July 27, there WIll be a
class on Crafts From the Garden
The senes ends on Wednesday,
July 28, Wlth an old-fashIOned Ice
cream SOCIal
The fee for each class IS $30,
and registratIon
IS accepted In
person or by mml at the Grosse
Pomte Hlstoncal SOCIety, 381
Kercheval, Grosse Pomte Farms,
MI 48236 Classes are lImIted to
10 chlldren For more mformatlOn
on the classes or membershIp
in
the hlstoncal socIety, call (313)
884-7010 or VISit www gphlstoncal com
Next stop: Detroit Historical
Society's Aug. 2 Historic
Houses of Worship Tour
Smce 1972, the DetrOit
Chapel of the Little Flower
Mary the Blessed Mother
HistorIcal
Society
has
m honor of 5t Theresa of and Infant Jesus m a more
acquamted
metropolItan
Llsleux
Donaldson
and traditIOnal pose
DetrOit With the most fascl- Meier were the architects,
natmg and mtere~tmg
reh- and the style featured
a
Hamtramck's
St Flonan's
glOU~ m~tltutlOns
the area
strong
Romanesque
and pansh was founded In 1907,
has to offer With ItS annual
Byzantine
Influence
8t
when overcrowding
at St
Hlstonc Hou~es of WorshIp
Patnck's
congregatIOn
Stanislaus
prompted
two
tours The 2004 senes con- moved
there
when
Its daughter
panshes
to be
tmue~ Monday Aug 2, WIth church became too large to formed - St Hyacmth and
tour~
of the
followmg
sustam
m 1972, and In St Flonan
ConstructIOn of
churches
Our Lady of the
1977,
the
chapel
was the
permanent
church
Rosary, St Patnck's Roman
renamed
St Pahck's
Its began In the late 1920s from
Catholic,
8t Matthew-St
floor features Pewablc tile
plans drawn up by Dr ~h
Joseph
Episcopal,
Adams Cram of Boston TIlls
Immaculate
ConceptIOn
Located at Woodward and beautIful
edifice IS often
Ukrainian
and 8t Flonan
Holbrook,
St Matthew-St
de~cnbed as neo GothIC, or a
Roman Cathohc
Jo~eph Episcopal Church IS modificatIOn
of
early
the product of a merger m Enghsh churches and catheThe pansh known as Our
1971 when 5t Matthew _
drals
Beautiful
stamed
Lady of the Ro~ary was founded by orgam7ers of the
gla~s wmdows
punctuate
founded
In 18A9 as Holy Underground
Railroad
a~ the church, mcludmg altar
Rosarv on Harper A\ enue
the first Mncan
Amencan
wmdow~ that present
five
near Wood\\ ard b) Father
Epl~copal
congregatIOn
In Poh~h ~amt~
tlater
Mon~lgnor)
Van Michigan
found
It~
Antwerp
fn
]907
the church b"llIg ehmmated
by
Thp tou"
blgh hi[ht thE'
pan~h
pUTcha~pd
5t
I 7')
con~tructlOn
The\ Importance
of mamtammg
,Jo_eph Memonal
Jomed
Yo It h
St
.Joseph',
and pre~prvmg thp~e bUIld
Epl'copaJ
Church
on panqh,
onglnally
('~tab
mg~ II~ vl~lble hl~tory Tour~
Wood\\ ard and Mpdbury
Ii~hl'd In J RWI The church
arp co.~pon~orE'd
by the
The onglnal
red ~Ione 5t
thpy occupy wa~ blllit m NatIOnal
';oclet)
of thp
.ro~('ph ~ Memofl1!
Chapel
11)26 and 1927 and wa,
Colomal Damc~ of Amenca
\\a,
hudt
In IRS.'> \\Ith
de~lgnpd by archItect .Iame,
In thp Stat('
of Michigan and
building
,tartI'd
on the B Nettleton
of th(' firm
thE'
DetrOIt
HI~toncal
Romane~'lu('
Hp\ .val ..tyl(' Npttll'ton and Wl'av('r m the Mu,('um~ & SOCiety
church linked to Ihe chapel
Engh~h GothiC ~tyle
In lS91
Malcom,on
and
Th" HI~tonr
Hou~e~ of
E~tllbh ,hE'd
In
tq 1.1 Wor~hlP Tour lpa\ E'~ from
HiggInboth1m
were
the
archltpct~
and th(' bUilehng Jmmacul ...tl'
Conc('ptlOn
thE'
Dpt rOlt
Hhtoncal
With It, y('llow bnck ('xt{'n
mat('nal \\a~ Lakp Sup",nor
\1\l'eum
parkmg lot IKlrb\
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char.Ict(,T17h
the
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valpd In thp 1CJ70, to f(,dturp
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of return'
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a lh' nrnat<> lOOK and cha,r~
m,tpad of p<'w..
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more
nE'O- tour 1n" t ran'port.lllion
1nd
Bynmtmr
dup to thp bnl
lunch at one of the church(',
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Grosse Pointe News
Assutnption's GreekFest returns July 30-Aug. 1
Expenence
a ta.te
of
Greece at the A~~umptlOn
Greek Orthodox
Churth'~
GreekFest from Fnday, July
10, through Sunday, Aug 1
More than 1,000 people are
expected to gather throughout the weekend to enJoy
cultural
mUSIC, shop an
open air market With Greek
artifacts and Jewelry and eat
homemade
Greek food and
pastnes
Festival
hlghhghts
mclude
• Openmg Ceremony With
wmmumty dlgmtanes hghtmg a "FestIval Torch" at 6
pm on Fndav
ChIldren's
Olympic
games
on Saturday
and
Sunday Games will be held
every hour and Include charlOt races, sailing the Aegean
Sea and more
• A chIldren's tent featurmg a moon bounce, slide,
~armval
games and other
actIVIties
An
OlympIC
Fun
Walk/Run
on Saturday
at
930 a m Everyone IS InVlted to do a 1., 3- or 6-mlle
walk/run WIth a registratIOn
fee ThiS IS a great way to
stay fit and slJII eat all of
those dellclOus, homemade
Greek pastnes and food
r-----------------------,
mg t ....o round-tnp
airfare
tlckeh
to Greece
complImenh
of
Coqmopohtan
Travel and a ladv's DavId
Yunnan bracelet donated by
edmund
T Ahee Jewelers
plus $6,000 In cash pnzes
Raffie tlckeb are $1 each or
~IX for $5
FestIVal tImes are Fnday,
July 30, from 6 to 11 pm,
Saturday,
Jul) 31, from 11
<I m to 11 pm,
and Sunday,
Aug 1, from noon to 8 pm
AdmlSSlOn to the festival IS
$2 Children under 12 are no
lharge
SenIOr
cltlzens
admiSSIOn IS $1 and no
GreekFest OlympIC Fun Walk/Run
Ennchment
tor the spmt, mmd and body <lwall all
those who take part III the Olympic Fun Walk/Run on
Saturday, Juh ,31, as part of the A.~umptlon
Greek
Orthodox Church s GI eekFest, Julv 30.Aug 1
RegistratIOn
for IndiVIduals
and teams
m the
walkJrun
beglnb at 9 30 a m at the AqsumptlOn
Cultural
Centel,
21800 Marter
Road m St CLair
ShoreblGrosbe Pomte Woods The fun walk/run begins
<It 10 a m
PartICipants can choose from a 1-,3- or 6-ml!e route,
each of which begins and ends at the AssumptIOn
Church and Cultural Center on Marter Road
RegistratIOn
fee IS $5, which mcludes
a T-bhlrt,
pnzes, admiSSIOn to the GreekFest and a food voucher
Children under 12 partiCIpate free For more InformaL-tlon, call (586J 779-6111
....J
• LIve entertamment
pro
Vlded by Levendes and D J
Chilly 'n' DlOnysus (whIle
learning to Greek dance)
• A Greek
Costume
FashlOn Show on Saturday
at 5 p m
• Open-AIr Market WIth
Greek artIfacts,
watercolor
pamtmgs,
Icons and statues, Jewelry
and
much
St. James Lutheran
Church celebrates
its 'name day'
more
• The taverna WIth Greek
favontes like gyros and souvlakl
• A coffee cafe With Greek
pastnes and Greek coffee
• An OlympiC DIsplay of
the hIStory of the OlymPICS
and facts
about
Greece
Purchase
a raffie
tIcket
There are 17 pnzes, mclud-
St
Jameb
Lutheran
Church
Will celebrate
ItS
"name day" festival at the
9 ~O a m service Sunday,
July 25 July 25 has been
celebrated
throughout
the
world as the day of St
James the Apostle
Accordmg
to the Rev
Gerald A SpIce, pastor of St
James,
the congregatIOn,
founded m 1940 and located
near the HJlI, took the name
of St James as a way of celebratlng
the work of thIS
Important
samt
and also
proVldmg a model for the
congregatIon to emulate
James wab one of the ongIllal 12 apostles, brother of
St John and IS belIeved by
some
hIstorIans
to
be
Chnst's
COUSin In a famous
scene from Bible hiStory,
James and hIS brother were
recrUIted
by Chnst
when
they were fishmg WIth theIr
father, Zebedee James and
.John, along WIth Peter, were
part of Jesus' lllner Circle
James was the first apostle
martyred
by Kmg Herod
A"anppa I
After lus death.. !4:Co.rdmg
tQ tradltlOD, hIS body, alone
III a sailboat,
was transport.
ed by a group of angels to
Spam
The remams
of St
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Friday. JULY 31th - 6 p.m. to ttp.JIL
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AToMe /0 the 60th AmMISiI)' of 1ma/1IIe Philharmonic
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When St James Day falls
on a Sunday, as It does thIS
year, the entIre year IS con.
sldered a Jubilee, or a year of
speCIal
celebration
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year the town WIll celebrate
WIth rock concerts, parades,
and, on the eve of St James
Day, a false facade IS erected
before the cathedral,
then
set aflame
St James
on the Hill
bears several archItectural
features
pomtmg
to the
apostle
On the front of the
reading desk 111 the church
are three
scallop
shells,
symbols of St James
The
cross above the altar
IS
known
as the St James
Cross and contams symbol.
Ism related to the life and
death of St James
After the speCIal servIce
on July 25, worshipers
are
inVIted to enJoy brunch on
the lawn of the church The
public IS lllVlted to the serVIce and brunch The church
IS located at 170 McMillan,
near I Kercheval
m Grosse
Pomte Farms
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the church
at (313) 8840511
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million worth of damage
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than
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Center
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July 22, 2004
Grosse Pointe News
Retirement, redefined
Grosse Pomte senior
r>!Ike Thoma", d Ford Motor
Co retIree, has always
"orked hard but had other
mterests
That hasn't
changed But he'" added
new mterests, some unusual
A little background on
MIke
He grew up m a farmmg
commumty m Lena, Ind ,
attended college at the
Ro'le-Hulman
Institute of
Technology, majonng m
mechanical engmeenng,
and earned an MBA from
the UniversIty of Denver
H1s first job was at IBM,
but after a year decided he
hked cars better than computers He got a job wIth
Ford Motor Co and spent
the next 30 years there
Dunng thIS time, Thomas
and hIS famIly lived m
Blrmmgham
ReturnlOg 10 1983 after a
four-year stmt m Brazll for
the company, MIke's famIly
resettled m Grosse PolOte
"We thought It was a
great place to raIse chlldren," Mike saId "We hked
the character of Grosse
Pomte and Its prOXImity to
Lake St ClaIr and the
opportumty
for sallmg"
Thomas retired from Ford
m 1998 and accepted a POSItlOn as Vlce presldent for
the automotlve
at SClentlfic
Appllcatlons
International
Corp (SAIC ) Hls dIrectIVe
was to set up an automotive
practice
SIX years later he started
hiS own company,
AutomotIVe InSIght, which
deals W1th one of the greatest challenges to the auto
lOdustry fuel reduction
He and other colleagues
from the auto mdustry proVlde a collaboratlve
venue
to bnng busmess, umverSlty and government
groups
together to evaluate and
develop hydrogen for use 10
fuel cells and mternal combushon engines He also
becdme lIlvoh ed wIth a government program called
the Umted State" CouncIl
for Automotive Research
One program established
by USCAR was a compebt10n among engmeenng
student::. at 12 umversltIes,
usmg cars proVIded by the
BIg Three, to create ways
that would dramatically
Improve fuel consumptIOn
Enter Holly Johnson, a
Cornell University graduate
hIred to manage thIS competlt,ve program whIch
developed mto a huge annual affaIr
Johnson attended
Umverslty Liggett School m
Grosse Pomte from tlurd to
eighth grade Her best
fnend at Liggett had a
horse at the Grosse Pomte
Hunt Club and let Johnson
nde the horse
That was the begmmng of
a hfelong love of horses and
ndmg, whICh eventually
took over her life
Johnson tned to combme
her efforts to become a top
equestnan
W1th a demandmg job, \\ hlch she wscovered IS not pOSSIble
AttamlOg the level of skIlls
she wanted reqUIred almost
dally ndmg plus the trme to
acqUIre and tram the horses WhlCh are a part of the
wmnmg expenence
Thomas and others
encouraged her to follow
her dream, whlch by thiS
tune had expanded to
becomlOg a member of the
U S Olymplc Rlwng Team
It was obVIOUSJohnson
had to devote full tIme to
the sport to attaID her
dream Thomas was determmed to help her by seek109 the sponsors competItIVe athletes need
One way for equestnans
to r<Use funds IS to syndlcate a horse Johnson needs
several horses to tram and
nde Horses, however, are
not cheap
UndE'r syndlcatlon,
600-plus churches participate
in Senior Rx Savings Weekend
ISenior~~nel
By
Ruth
Cain
Johnson locates sponsors
who W111buy a horse she
beheves has potentlal and
contnbute
the horse and
the costs of canng, feedmg
and competmg to her equestnan 501(aX3) orgamzatlOn
Sponsors also get such
perks as attendance
and
mstructlOn at her weeklong
dmlcs, ndmg lessons,
entrance mto events where
she competes, hospltahty
at
her tent and honorable
mentlon 10 her Web SIte
Thomas lS seekmg sponsors, and he beheves he
needs to know all about
horses So, he has begun
ndmg lessons three days a
week
Thomas has also tned
mountam cllmbmg In
2002, along W1th Johnson
and her mother, he spent a
month m Nepal, where they
climbed up to 18,500 feet on
a smaller mountam.
Thomas hasn't salled
competltlvely
for a year and
a half when he and hIS
partners won a race to
Hawall He belongs to the
BaYVIew Yacht Club where
he meets W1th hIS sallmg
buddIes, but no longer owns
a boat
He also contnbutes
hIS
tlme through hIS consultmg
finn to help hiS alma mater,
Rose-Hulman,
develop a
busmess mcubator
ThIs
helps new processes and
products to prove they are
feaslble so they can attract
venture capltal
All m all, Thomas finds
hfe pretty excltmg as a socalled retiree
Bon S~c'ours''Charlotte's Place
offers senior day care services
Charlotte's
Place, a semor
day care center for mdlVlduals who are 60 years and
older, addresses
an evergroW1ng need for daytlme
respIte serVlces for people
who are canng for adults It
otTers a supervIsed
structured program
for semors
The center
can accommodate up to 25 guests a day
from 630 a m to 6 pm.
Monday through Fnday
Charlotte's
Place I~ located on the LakeVlew campus
of the Bon Secours Nursmg
Care Center
at Lakeland
and Jefferson
It was named
after
a well-kno\\n
and
beloved nursmg
care resldent, Charlotte
Glass, who
IS remembered
for her
warmth
and fnendhness
Her legacy IS the corner.
stone of the phIlosophy
of
care prOVIded at the new
senior faClhty The creative
concept for the program and
fundmg
for
the
4,000square. foot faclllty were pro
Vlded through the efforts of
the Bon Secour.
Nursmg
Care Center Aux.hary
remember?
a"'11 pr"
1'",1
rh,
pnnt! d rhr fnl
loump uerk
\ffol'dahlp
(ARA) - Wallong IS good
exercIse for anyone,
espeCIally for the 70 mJlhon
Amencans
WIth arthnhs
It's an endurance
exercIse,
which means It strengthens
the heart, helps lungs work
more effiCIently and adds
more stamma so mWVlduals
do not tlre as easJly
As a welght-beanng
exercise (one that
puts
full
weIght on the bones), walkmg helps strengthen
bones,
reducmg the nsk of osteoporosIs Walkmg also helps
control weight, strengthen
muscles and helps mQlJltaID
jomt flenbJllty
"For the one m three
adults and nearly 300,000
chlldren hVlng W1th mhnhs, mamtammg
an achve
hfestyle
lS
Important
because jomts become stlff,
and muscles weaken
WIth
mactJVlty," says Dr John H
Klippel, presldent and CEO
of the Arthntls Foundatlon
"As walkmg
strengthens
the muscles and cssues surroundmg the Jomts, It helps
to better protect those Jomts
and keep them ready for
dally achVltles "
Regular
exerC1se helps
people
sleep better
and
combat
the
depreSSIOn,
stress
and
fahgue
that
sometimes
accompany
arthntls
The followmg
are the
Arthntls
Foundahon's
top
10 walkmg tIpS
1. Remember
to check
W1th your
doctor
before
beglnnlOg
a walkmg
program
2. Wear comfortable, wellfittmg,
and
SupportlVe
shoes WIth fleXIble and nonstIcky
soles that
absorb
shock well
3. Wear loose, comfort-
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rom
MedIcare
beneficldneS
choose the card that will
help them more eaSIly afford
their prescnptlOn medICmes
and better
manage
theIr
health,"
said Dr Sharon
Aillson-Ottey,
a phySICIan
and spokesperson
for the
events
"If they do not
choose a card, they may
mlSS out on slgmficant
dlscounts and real "avmgs "
For example, one of the
cards that prOVIdes slgmficant savmgs IS the U Share
Prescnphon
Drug DIscount
Card, a Medicare-approved
drug dIscount
card sponsored
and
managed
by
Umted
HealthGroup
Through the U Share Card,
Pfizer and other pharmaceuhcal compames WlII prOVIde
even
greater
saVlngs
to
Medicare benefiC1anes Wlth
low mcome
For example,
for those
who qualJfy, MedIcare beneficlanes WIll pay only a $15
flat fee per prescnptlOn
for
up to a 30-day supply of
many
Pfizer
prescnpt10n
rnedlcmes
For prescnptlOn
medlcmes
made by Pfizer
and the other partlclpatmg
compames,
mcome can be
up to $18,620 for a smgle
person and up to $24,980 for
a couple to quahfy for the
addlhonal savings
The U Share Card IS Just
one of many dIscount cards
currently available to people
WIth Medlcare
Because of
the potentIal dIscounts and
added savmgs prOVIded by
pharmaceuhcal
compames,
lt lS Important
that
all
Medicare
beneficlanes
are
aware of the program and
enroll m the card that IS best
for them
Not choosmg a
card IS the wrong chOlce
because MedIcare beneficlanes may be mlssmg out on
real savmgs
Semors who would hke to
learn
more
about
the
MedICare
Drug
DIscount
Card program can call (800)
633-4227
or
VISIt
wwwmedlcare
gov
For more mfonnahon
on
the U Share Card, call (800)
707-3914 seven days a week,
between 8 a m and 10 pm
EST, or VISlt www usharerx com
Get out and walk - it's good
for you and your arthritis
ques-
tion: It s 1950 You need
a new hammer
and to
put ga. In your car
You h-e on Clo\l'd}
near
Gro~.l'
POlOtc
Boulevard
Where I' thl' c!o.e,t
onp .• top .hoppmg
plac!'
for these IIRm.?
Last weE'k's an<lwer:
Beaupre Hard",arp
bett~r known a'l SkI pp, • on
Kerchc\ al
ThIS WE'pk'" qUE'''tion' In thp fiO~ thl'rf'
'" er(' four dlfTer('nt clmg"
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In
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F;(J('h "e.k
III'
In I"
prl lohe renripn /' Ilh n
qu(',llOn
aon,,1 0",,</
Pnlnlr,
as part of their mdlVlduallzed care plan
The
program
mcludes
lunch and healthy snacks,
sOClal events and structured
actlVltles, art, mUS1C therapy, pet therapy and exercise
programs
Both medlcatlon
SUpe1"VlSIOn and
mcontJnence
management
are
avaIlable, along Wlth shower
and laundry semces
In an effort to help guests
feel more comfortable,
the
faclhty
offers a home-like
atmosphere
which mcludes
amemtles
such as a fire.
place, plano, a hVlng room
and dlOmg room W1th lots of
wood tnm
to make
the
rooms feel cozy. and planter
boxes
SpeCial
actlV1tles
mIght mclude
commumty
outlngs, cookmg or bakmg,
craft projects
and speCIal
events
For fnends
and famIly
members
of
guests,
Charlotte's
Place also offers
educatIOnal
and
.upport
programs
For more mformatlOn, call 15861 779 7050
More than 600 churches
across the country partlclpated III SenIor RX Savmgs
Weekend
to
educate
Medicare
beneficlanes
and
thelr
famIly
and fnends
about
the
MedIcare.
Approved
Drug
DIscount
Card program
The partlClpatmg
ehurches, m partnership
With
Pfizer Ioc, held events to
prOVIde
mformahon
to
senIors and Mewcare beneficlanes
WIth
dlsablhtles
about the program and to
emphaSize the lmportance of
takmg the time to enroll m
the Mewcare drug wscount
card that best fits their
needs
The
MedIcare-approved
Drug DIscount
Card program
was
officlally
launched on June 1, but mllhons of ehgJble MedICare
benefiC1anes may be ffilSS109 out on Significant prescnptlon
drug saVlngs For
Imlhons
of people
With
Mewcare, not slgnmg up for
a card means leavmg money
on the table
"It IS rmportant
that all
Superb Lifestyle at an
Do you
La"t week's
WIth an aging populatlon
and more adults 10 need of
qualified
and
superVlsed
care, the concept onglnated
as a communlty se1"Vlce proJect
Charlotte's
Place
D,rector Leshe Maunz has a
master's
degree 10 health
care, as well as years of
expenence
workmg
With
people who have dementia
and AlzheImer's
She and
her staff are able to taIlor an
mdlVlduahzed
dally schedule to best meet each guest's
phySIcal, mental and sOClal
needs
For new guests, the program
offers
a functIOnal
skill and needs assessment
se that an mdlV1dual plan of
care can be created to tallor
actIVIties
and
meet
the
unique need. of each guest
If necessary,
arrangements
can be made to complete the
assessment
at the guest's
home
The .tatT at Charlotte's
Place proVldes gue.t.
Wlth
opportUnitieS
for soclahzatlOn and phY'lcal actiVIties
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able clothes that "breathe"
W1th you Dress m layers so
you can adjust to the chang109 temperature
as you
walk
4. Walk at your own pace
Everyone
has a walkmg
speed that SUlts hlm or her
best, so find one that IS comfortable for you
5. Be sure fanuly members
know your walkmg
route
and approximately
how long you 11 be gone
6. Don't go too far too fast
Remember that you still get
health benefits whether you
take. three 10-m~ute
wa&s
or one 30-mmute walk
7, Choose flat, firm, level
surfaces
steep grades,
uneven
ground
or stairs
could lead to hIp, knee or
foot pam
8. Keep It fun Try hstenmg to mUSIC as you walk to
add a bounce to your step
9. Fmd a partner Havmg
a regular partner can be a
SOCIal outlet,
a boredom
rehever and a comnutrnent
remforcer
10. Stay motlvated
by
keepmg your walks mterestmg Change your location,
style or speed
sac on home
health care
SerVlces
for
Older
CItizens W111present a dlSCUSS10n by Lynne Craner of
Flmt <lhooce Home Care IIit
11 15 a m Wednesday, July
28, at the NeIghborhood
Club
Craner Wlll talk about the
eIght
strategles
that
strengthen
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July 22, 2004
Grosse Pointe News
'Triumph' mixes
comedy, sentiment
at Stratford
State of the Arts
HarleqUIn
the
factotum
(Andy Velasquez), Leomde
mampulates the five of them
who, m response,
dehver
vIrtuoso
character
performances that are pnceless
One of the very special
allures
of the Stratford
Festival
IS ItS ability
to
stage rare gems from theatncal literature
and gIve
them first-class treatments
In thiS case, the Festival has
wme up WIth a contrastmg
pmr offarces One IS old and
one IS relatively new
Leomde's scheme He adds
hiS own VdflatlOns to her
strategy to tnck Hennocrate
mto leaV1ng her to snatch a
Her blgge~t challenge IS few free moments to pursue
Hennocrate, guardian of the her real target, the Pnnce
Prince,
who teaches
hIm
As the
lonely
Pnnce,
that love IS a human weakness to be aVOIded As Snelgrove IS the anbthesls
The speCIal feature IS that
NaIVe and
succumbs
to of the others
they represent totally differ- Hermocrate
dehghted to welcome a syment approaches to farce The Leomde's charms, Blendlck
pathetic male fnend mto hiS
old one IS "The Tnumph of creates a glanng IllustratIOn
of no fool hke an old fool as secluded life, he IS almost d
Love"
by
17th
century
French playwnght Pierre de he VIOlates hiS own teach- male versIOn of sleepmg
beauty, waltmg to be set
Manvaux
Its dlstmcbon IS mgs
that Its fun and fascmabon
Reveahng that she IS a free
do not depend In conventionSome of the play's most
woman m disguise, Juhen
al farce fashIOn on pratfalls,
dialogue IS m
talks hke a phIlosopher her- remarkable
SIght gags and many slam- Si!lf as she dJspels the older the exchanges between mm
mmg doors as actors make man's SuspiCIOns and breaks
and Claire Julien as she
fast entrances
and eXits. down hiS resIstance
first wms hiS friendship
There IS almost a fairy tale
It's a lesson for any old reveals and explams her diSquahty
to the
plot as
their
fogy who thmks
he can guise and converts
Manvaux employs a set of
appeal to a beautiful young fnendshlp to love
exaggerated character roles
woman
One can sense the particuto put across the charmmgly
of
HIS spmster sIster IS an larly mClSlve character
senbmental
message
that
ongInal French
even more extreme case and Manvaux's
even among gnm reahsts
love has the power to con- Lucy Peacock gIves her a m the excellent new translatlon by John \ an Burek The
VIrtUOSO comic treatment
quer all
arguments are clever tWISts
that IS all the more fetchmg
A report on the modern
smce It IS not the kmd of role of lOgIC, not sources of belly
becond farce Will appear
but more subtly
m which
we have seen laughs,
next week
Stratford's
current leadmg wItty They generate contmIn those character roles, lady before
uous chuckles
Stratford's all-star cast realSnelgrove IS particularly
Peacock plays the mhlbltly shmes, gIvmg the perfored and vulnerable
part to effectlve at takmg the role
mance a gem-like sparkle on
through the stages of love to
the hilt as she gradually
the StudIO Theatre's Jewel
from
wanns to the woomg of what make thls transItion
box of a settmg
she thmks IS a handsome
mnocent mfatuatlon to pasNotWlthstandmg
that
young man m love With her
sIOnate euphona
In the
some of the characters are Her muggIng, her fumbling
process, he runs the gamut
almost
cancatures,
their
and her obVIOUS starts of of betrayal, lies, desp81r and
bizarre behaVIor IS not unfa- sensuahty as he touches her Jealousy before he IS finally
mlltar even m their most are claSSIC and all the more set free
IdIOsyncratic moments
We provocative to an audJence
At that pomt, the big
have all seen such Silly aware that the object of her
questIOn IS how the plot Will
qUIrks before and chuckled
awakenmg
affectIOn IS a tie up the loose ends of two
qUietly to ourselves...,.. If we woman m dIsguIse She has
other lovers about to be Jutcould refrain from laughmg
a bIg surprise m store
ed They do It WIth a style
out loud
Of the
two servants,
that IS totally m character
Influenced by hiS admIraHarlequm IS the Simpler fig- whde the Pnnce becomes
tion
of
Sbakespeare,
ure, but a great fOIl for the Kmg and gams a Queen
Manvaux
borrowed one of plot Velasquez makes him a
It makes a SUitable, fanCIthe Bard's favonte deVIces channmg
Simpleton, easdy
ful, fBlry tale endmg that
The leadmg role of Pnncess
tncked by hiS counterpart,
Imphes after all these high
Leomde
(Claire
Jullien)
the gardener
Jmks that the young couple,
masquerades
m a man's
Dimas has a speCial talent
finally umted, W1ll lwe hapclotlung as the dommant figfor that garrulous, conmVIng pily every after
ure m the plot
figure as Renn takes hIm
"The Tnumph
of Love"
In thiS case, she works her through a whole range of
plays m repertory
at the
charms
on three vlcbms
attItudes
dommeenng,
StudIO Theatre III Stratford
Two are a ~our spmster,
caJohng, charmmg, and arch
Leontme (Lucy Peacock) and - to wonn hlO ",ay mto the through Saturday, Sept 25
Call (800) 567-1600
her stem phIlosopher brothconspIracy
and
further
er
Hennocrate
(James
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deludes WIth deVlhsh mgenUlty
She even SWItches sexual
roles to woo and WIn them
both Her real target, however, IS the eXiled, handsome young Pnnce AgIs
(DaVid Snelgrove) who lives
m austere
seclUSIOn WIth
the other two She really
loves and mean~ to marry
him and restore him to hIS
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about the latest Brad Pltt
moVIe or best trendy haIr
styles or your opmlOn on
the comeback of shoulder
pads, and the next minute
you'll be all alone clutchmg
your Starbucks cup and
squmtmg through the dust
as your partner zooms off
mto the distance, poSSibly
Into the next state
In,
,,_..-i!tESCAPE.
But not today RIght now
I have to go meet my fnend,
Shirley, for our usual Iive
block stroll, which ISJust
enough bme to catch up on
how each other's Iuds are
domg, trade a few low-carb
recIpeS and tally up the
neIghborhood lawn gnomes
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tell you that a plan like thIS
wouldn't work for me
SOCIal Walkers don't walk
for flImsy reasons like
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Somebmes [ thmk about
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to actually burn some calones
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Barb IS the type of walker
who makes gazelles look
slow She could leave for a
grocery store that IS 10
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three nunutes Without
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It's useless tryIng to latch
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Even If you do, both of your
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your mouth and danghng
somewhere below your
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of coffee and have to go
back for a refill
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Walking styles
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As far as walkmg styles
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sorts of slanted objects Just
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July 22, 2004
Grosse Pointe News
July 22 is National Fragile X Awareness Day
X (won SpeCla· I A d'Vlee
Fragtle what? We know
That'h what most people
say
it's a dream that some
day no one would have to
ask, FragIle what? - either
because there would be a
cure for It, or, at the very
least, everyone would be
aware and knowledgeable
about FX
Smce It'S NatIOnal Fragtle
X Awareness Day, and we're
parents of a chIld WIth
Fragile X Syndrome, here
are some thmgs of whIChwe
would hke you to be aware
• Fragile X Syndrome IS
the most common cause of
mhented cogmtlve Impalrment (Just to be clear,
that's the eqUl\ alent of the
less pohtlcally correct term
"mental retardatIOn" or
"mental ImpaU"IDent",It IS
not the same thmg as bemg
mentally 11]1)
• Only one parent has to
be a carner to pass on FX
to the child One m 250
women are carners, one III
800 men are earners
• People WIth FX may
have problems, ranging
from mild learmng dlsablhties to severe cOgnitIve
ImpaIrment
• Males and females both
can have FX, although often
females With FX are much
more mildly affected
• Many With FX have
autIstIc-hke tendenCies,
some have a dual dIagnOSIS
of autism (Yes, some people
WIth FX may Jump or handflap or become sensory overloaded qUIte eaSIly,but
their symptoms are not con.
taglousl)
• Delayed speech ISoften
the first symptom that may
tngger a parent to seek a
profeSSional'sopmlOn
regardmg the child (See
the resources below for a
full hst of symptoms)
• Most FX earners do not
knnw they are earners untIl
.-
..., more mformatlOn on Fragtle
-
I U
jor parents
L-
Of
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chihb
ell
With \/Je( w! needs
.J
The Coutlhsh family - Ted, Mary Beth and Andrew urge everyone to become farmhar With Fragile X sysdrome
Issues
\Vlth a Simple blood test
• FX can be dIagnosed
Here are resources for
X SyndJOme
The National Fragile X
Foundation
(800) 688-8765 or
wwwfragtlexorg
Their Web Site ISan
excellent rebource or call
them for mformatlOn
The National Institute
of Child Health and
Human Development
(NICHD)
(800) 370-2943 or
wv...w mthd mh gov
They ha\ e a wonderful
(free), 46-page booklet
lltled, 'Famlheb and Fragile
X Syndrome," which may be
eaSily ordered VIatheir Web
Site
FRAXA Research
Foundation
(978) 462-1866 or
www fraxa org
Among other reasons, go
to their Web Site to Jam the
famIly hstserv It WIllput
you m contact WIthmany
people around the world
whose hves are affected by
FX
Share thiS column WIth
others so that m the future
fe\\>erpeople Willhave the
need to say Fragile what?1
Grosse Pomte re~ldents
Theodore G Couttlzsh and
Mary Beth Langan created
thiS column to share experl
ences {rom their Journey as
parents o{ a chtld wtth
Pragtle X syndrome [{rag
Ilex org] Send your que~ttons or comments to tcoutll
[email protected] wayne edu or
[email protected]
com
Families Anonymous offers support
Famlhes Anonymous, a
12-step, self-help support
program for parents, grand.
parents,
relatives
and
fnends who are concerned
about and affected by a
loyed one's substance abuse
or behaVIOral problem,
meets from 7 30 to 8 30 pm
they have a child or grand.
Thursdays
at
Cottage
cluld who IS diagnosed WIth Hospital,
Lower Level,
FX.
Board Room B
• FX carners may also
Famlhes
Anonymous
have their own speCific
meetmgs are open to the
health Issues and may want pubhc The forum IS not
to have that mformatlOn to mtended for the mdlVldual
be proactive Withthose
With the problem, but for
concerned fnends and famlIy members of a person who
IS abusmg drugs or alcohol
and dlsplaymg behaVIOr
that IS destructive to the
abuser and those around
him or her Teens age 15 and
older may attend The group
IS not recommended for
those younger than 15
No dues or fees are
reqUIred First names only
are used at meetmgs to preserve mdlVldual anonymity
Advance notice or reglstratlOn IS not necessary to
attend a meetmg ViSitors
and support persons are
welcome For additIOnal
mformatlOn, call (313) 8821921
Grandparents'
class offered
Bon Secours
Cottage cuss current concepts of
Health SerYlces offers a free labor and dehvery, breast
Grandparents Class to dIs- and bottle feedmg, holdmg
or "spOIlIng" and how
Important grandparents are
m the lIves of their chIldren
and grandchIldren
Today's chlldbeanng couby Lisa A. Manz-Dulac, MD
ples are bemg taught many
permanent, It I~ Important to ll,e
thmgs that seem to be the
FragIle skin
Many
,un,creens and protectIve clothmg to
OPPOSiteof what the soonmiddle aged and older
to-be-grandparents
were
pallent, expencnce skm reduce further damdge And v.. hen u,mg
told when they became parthat eaSily brul'>e, or topIcal or oral sterOld,. It I' Important to
tollow your physlclan'~
ents Bon Secour~ Cottage
bleed, most e,petlally on carelully
Grandparents
Class Will
the tops of hand, and m,tructlons regardmg the,e medlcatlon,
as ml,u~e and overu~e wlll re~ult In
forearm,
explam what today'~ e"pectant parents are learnmg A
Long term e"-pobure to ,unhght \, the umntended long term damage to your
skm
Bon Secours BlrthCare
most common tactor. other tactor,
If you are expenen'-lOg unu,ual
mclude the use ot oral and topical ,terOlds
nurse educator teaches the
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,uch a, hydrocortl,one,
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To help preYent medIcal errors, a set of seven
NatIOnal Patient Safety Goals was created by the
Jomt ComnnbslOnon AccredItatIOn of Healthcare
Orgamzatlons (JCAHO) and went mto effect on July
15 JCAHO IS already known natIOnally for the
"report card" It creates for hospitals, chmcallaborato.
nes, office-based surgery practices and other health
care prOVIderswhIch measures them agamst natIOnal
standards The Safety Goals are another facet of Its
work
JCAHO's 2004 National Patient Safety QQals
require that hospitals and other health care orgamzatlons do the followmg
• Improve the accuracy of patient IdentificatIOn
• Improve the effectiveness of commumcatlon
among caregivers
• Improve the safety ofusmg high-alert medica.
tIons
• Ehnnnate wrong-site, wrong-patlent, wrong-procedure surgery
• Improve the safety of usmg mfuslOn pumps
• Improve the effectiveness of chmcal alarm systems
• Reduce the nsk of health care-acqUIred mfectlOns
Hospitals hke St John Hospital and Medlcol
Center have always stnven to make the patient care
expenence as safe as pOSSIbleand already had measures III place to avert medIcal errors But the mstltutlon of the Patlent Safety Goals and their subgoals
presented another opportumty to mcorporate patient
safety mto every aspect of each employee's dally
work
We also wanted to create a proactIVe, non pumtlve
enVIronment that would encourage reportmg, process
Improvement and teamwork Toward that end, St
John HospItal has mstltuted a number of new procedures deSigned to reduce medical errors
Among them IS the "tlme-out," which relates to goal
No 1 The tlme-out ISa final venficatlOn process con.
ducted pnor to the start of any sUTgJcalor mvaslve
procedure to confirm that the correct procedure IS
bemg performed Dunng the tIme-out, team members
verbally confirm that they have the correct patIent,
the correct Site and Side and the correct procedure
This time-out takes place at the bedSide or m the
operatmg room where the surgery/procedure WIlltake
place, after the patient IS prepped and draped It
mvolves the entire medical team, mcludmg physl.
Clans, reSidents, nurses, techmClans and anestheSia
team (If apphcable)
Another of the safety goals calls for creatmg and
usmg a preoperative venficatlOn process dunng the
tIme-out to confirm that the appropnate medical
records, Imaging studIes and other necessary mforrnatt<Mi and ~ulplllent are avaJiahle...AtSJH&MC, we
use an extensive surgical checklIst as part of the lireoperative venficatlon process
In addition, the surgIcal Site IS marked by the person performmg the procedure, the presence of necessary X-rays, Implants and other necessary Items IS
venfied, and each ISchecked by the surgeon, and commumcatlOn WIth the patient takes place (I e , askmg
the patient to state hls/her name and date of bIrth) If
the patient IS unable to speak because helshe IS
comatose or mtubated, the caregIVerchecks hls!her
ID band agamst the medIcal chart
Another measure St John HospItal IStaktng m
response to another goal ISto aVOIdcertam abbreVIatIOns when wntmg prescnptlOns or wntmg m patient
charts The abbreVIations we use denve from Latm
words, and when not wntten clearly, can be mlsmterpreted For example, a notatIOn hke "qd " which ISthe
abbreVIated Latm term for "every day," can be mlsm.
terpreted as "qld," meamng "four times a day," or
meanmg "nght eye"
Therefore, we have estabhshed a lI"t of abbreViatIOns that may not be used AdditIonally the medIcal
staff has approved a stnct handwntmg leglblhty pohcy to prevent errors resultmg from mcorrectly mterpreted handwntten orders
Reducng the number of health care-acqUIred mfec.
tlOns ISthe objectIve of the last goal. and we at St
John Hospital are partnenng With our patlenth to
promote hand-washmg whIch IS thE'~mgle most
Important actIOnhealth care workers can take to pre
vent the ~pread of mfectlOn
We have other new Imtlatnes and ~afety goals In
thiS way we are enhancmg the culture of patient
safety at St John Ho~pltal and MedIcal Center
Dr Martha HIggrn, I' Chle{o{Patholog\
at St
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North grad's dream comes true with Olympic swim berth
By Chuck Klonke
Sports Editor
my mmd
Now 13 years
want to get caught Up m the team berth A day after she
later, she's gomg to the pressure
of quahfymg
for qualified, they were m the
Seven.year-old
Carly
Olymplcs~
the OlympiCS
Long Beach post office getPIper sat m the back seat of
It's been a long dtfficult
"I never say that I'm gomg tmg their passports
her parents'
car, qUietly
road smce that day when to do thiS or I'm gomg to do
"We waited until she had
examlnmg her first SWlm- Piper won the hlgh-pomt
that when I go mto a meet:
made the team," Ken PIper
mmg trophy
trophy for the 8-and-under
she saId "I Just thmk about
said "We dIdn't want to Jinx
Pretty soon, she spoke Up diVISion at the Freeze and
competmg the best that 1 her by plannmg
too far
"Some day I'm gomg to the Fry meet m Ann Arbor
can I don't worry about who ahead"
Olymplcs,~ she blurted out
"She put a lot of hard
I'm sWlmmlllg agamst
I
Someone who WllBalmost
Last week, the dream
work mto her sWlmmmg,~
became a reality when the Ken Piper said "There were knew that there were a lot of as proud as Carly's parents
fast people, but I tned not to when she made the team
fonner Grosse Pomte North
a lot of 5 o'clock practices
get too caught up III what
was Mike O'Connor,
her
All-State and All-Amencan
before school started.
She they might do "
coach at Pomte Aquatics and
earned a spot on the Umted
gave Up a lot of her sOClal bfe
Only
the
top
four
fimshers
at Grosse Pomte North
States OlympIC SWlmmlng to reahze her dream "
10 the
200 freestyle were
O'Connor wasn't able to be
team that WIll compete 10
Piper, who will be a senIor guaranteed
to
make
the
at the tTlals because hiS
Athens, Greece, next month
at
the
UnIversIty
of OlympIC roster, so Piper had
POinte AquatiCs SWimmers
Carly Piper Is a member of the United States
"I'll never forget that day," Wisconsm thIS falI, fimshed
to walt a couple of days for It were competmg m a meet In
Olympic swlmmJ.ng team,
said Carly's
father,
Ken
fifth
m
the
200-meter
to become offiCial
Chicago, but hiS heart was
PIper "I put It 10 the back of freestyle final In the US
PIper
Will Jom Dana
m Long Beach
OlympIC tnals
m Long Vollmer and Lmdsay Benko,
"Carly and her parents
Beach, Calif, earning a spot the top two fimshers m tlte
kept me abreast of what was
on the 800 freestyle relay 200 freestyle,
along With gomg on," he saId "I'm not
team
Kaltlm Sandeno (thIrd), Rhl coaclung her anymore, but
Her time of 1 59 99 was a Jeffioey (fourth) and Rachel
we stili stay m touch
personal best
Komlsarz (Sixth)
"I'm so happy for Carly
"1 looked at the clock and
PIper, Sandeno,
Jeffrey
In the weeks of practice
LacLUra turned m a fine second
on Clmmarrush's
She's stayed the same, no
saw
that
I
was
under
two
and
KOffilsarz
WIll
probably
leading up to the MlClugan effort on the mound WIth a grounder
Parker
smgled
matter
how much success
Carly
said
"I sWIm together in tlte prebmDIstnct
6 10-year-old All- four-rotter
and LaClura followed Wlth mmutes,"
she's had She's as sweet as
remember
be10g
eXCIted
and
mary
round
of
the
OlympICS
Star Little League Baseball
In the final game of pool the second of Ius three hits
ever - Just a dehghtful perhappy Then I saw what
on Aug
18 m Athens,
tournament,
Grosse Pomte play, Farms-City
beat the - a two-run double
son"
place
I
was
m,
and
I
WllB
Greece Two WlII be chosen
Farms-City
manager
Tony Park 15-5
Ahotta Singled, Schaeffner
Ken Piper gave O'Connor
even more eXCIted
to Jom Vollmer and Benko m credit
Clmmarrust! kept telhng hIS
There was plenty of scor- walked and Pangon
doufor hIS daughter's
"It
seems
hke
I've
been
the later rounds, wlule the development
team "keep It gOing."
mg early Park, wroch won bled That set the stage for
as a worldJust mlss10g breakmg two other two would be alterIt dtd
Its first two games, scored Molhson's
mSlde-the-park
class sWimmer
nunutes
I
thmk
It
Wlll
be
a
nates
In an ImpreSSive dtsplay
four times m the top of the home run
"I have to give a lot of
while before It all smks m
All SIXwould earn a medal
of hlttmg,
pltchmg
and first but Fanns-Clty
came
The champIOnshIp game
credl t to Mike for startmg
This has been a dream of Iftlte relay team places
defense, the team won the back WIth seven runs m the was a rematch
between
her In the nght dtrectlOn,"
mme since I was about 8
The next month IS gomg to he said "He helped mstlll
Dlstnct
6 champIOnship,
bottom of the Inmng.
Farms-CIty and the Park
years old ~
be
a
busy
one
for
PIper
and advanced to the state
Parker walked, took secAfter a plUr of errors by
the work ethiC that you need
The 200 freestyle was one
"1 have to go back to to succeed at thiS level"
tournament
thIS week 10 ond on a ground out and Fanns-Clty
In the
first
ofthe closest races of the tn- MadIson and pack because
Norway
scored
on the
first
of Innmg, Ahotta got the Park's
I'm mOVIng mto a new place
"It was a team effort,"
LacLUra's four luts Pangon
third, fourth and fifth hlt- als WIth only 79 separatmg
Carly's parents have also
first and fifth place
when school starts," Carly prOVided
Clmmarrustl
said
"The doubled and Welsher and ters to work out of the Jam
encouragement
"I
saw
people
commg
up
at
said "Then 1 go to Palo Alto and support
players worked very hard Molhson
both
walked
In the bottom of the first,
the
end:
she
Said
"The
last
(Cabf) for trammg
camp,
and It paid off"
Connor MartmuzZI
hit a Farms-CIty
took the lead
and then
we leave
for
Farms-City won all five of two-run smgle CeTWln was when Parker
walked and 30 yards or so IS Just a blur
"That's
Just somethmg
I
can't
remember
\\hat
I
was
Athen& "
ItS dlstnct
games
and hit by a pitch to reload the LaclUra
and Ahotta
hIt
that you Slgn up for when
feelmg I Ju~t \\ anted to !,et
Kpn and C'dTOl PIper had
outscored Its opponents 58- bases and Parker cleared
back-to-back smgles
\ ou becoml 1 parent," Ken
to the finIsh"
to dc; "'OInt ..,cr Imhl1n..: 1Ill}
18, cappmg
the champIthem WIth a double to nghtHits by Robbie Kish and
P1PE"1,md It - he~n fun"
Piper saId that ~he dldn t (.111\ "r, md hu t11\ mp"
onshlp run WIth an 8-1 Vlcto- center field
KeVIn Reck produced a run
ry over Grosse Pomte Park
In the fourth, LaclUra and for the Park m tlte Hllrd, but
In the openmg
game,
AIlOtta hit smgles and both FaI1ns-Clty answered
nght
Farms-City
beat
Grosse
scored on Dirksen's tnple
bacl Parker smgled, took
Pomte
Woods-Shores
Molhson, who walked three
trord on LaClura's groundout
Amencan 16-8, featunng an tImes, drew another base on and scored on a WIld pitch
eIght-run third mmng Jon balls and he and DIrksen
Farms-City made It 3-1 III
Parker
scored four times
scored on MamnuzzI's
dou- the
fourth
MartmuzzI
and NIck Pangon had three
ble
walked, moved to thIrd on
hits to lead Farms-CIty
Farms-City
ended
the two WIld pitches and scored
Wmmng
pitcher
Joey game III the fifth Parker
on Clmmarrustl's
sacnfice
AItotta scattered seven hits walked. Schaeffner slllgled
bunt
over SIXmmngs Farms-CIty
and both scored on a drive to
Farms-CIty
broke
the
turned III some outstandmg
the
fence
by
LaclUra
game open WIth five runs In
defense, espeCIally by out- Pangon's
Singled drove 10 the fifth, featunng run-scorfielders
Scott
Dirksen,
LaClura to end the game on mg hits by Pangon, Addy
Andrew Addy and Eddie
a lO-run mercy rule
and Laclura
Molbson
Cerwln didn't allow a hIt
"We have worked long and
Farms-City
followed that
after the first mmng AllOtta hard for thiS opportumty,
effort WIth an 11-1 wm over relieved and gave up one hIt and the kIds are really excltClinton
Valley Amencan
and one run m an mnmg
ed about the chance to comThe game was decided early and a third
pete for the state title m the
as
Farms-City
batted
Farms-City
advanced
to UP," slUd Tony Clmmarrustl,
around m the first mmng
the semifinals whe,'e It beat who was aided by assistant
Parker led off WIth a tnple
Harper Woods 8-3 behmd
coaches Pht! LaclUra and
and
scored
on
John
the seven-hit
pltchmg
of KeVIn Schaeffuer and severLaclUra's deep sacnfice fly Laclura
al other volunteers
to left field
"Although
we have an
KJ
Schaeffner
and
Harper Woods scored a extremely tough draw WIth
Allotta smgled and Pangon
pair of runs m the first
three of the toughest dlscleared the bases With a mnmg and that was all the tncts m the state ID our
Three of 44 members of the Swimchicks 8ynchronized swim team In
double Geoff Welsher sm- sconng until the Farms-City
pool, we are honored to be
Gro8lle Pointe FlU'JD8practice for their annual8how thi8 Sunday. July 25. at
gled and stole second and bats
came
ahve m the representmg the Farms-City
Pier Park. The 8how begln8 at 6:30 p.m. Thi8 year'8 theme i8 -Christmas In
Wes Clmmarrustl,
who had fourth
Farms-City
had and Dlstnct 6 m the state
Farms-City baseball team
wins to-year-oId district title
SWimchicks show this Sunday
two hits and four RBIs III stranded SIX runners m the
the game, followed With a first three mnmgs
two-run smgle Rob Cerwm
completed the BConng \\lth
Martmuzzi
"alked
to
an RBI .mgle
-tllrt the fourth 1nd look
champIOnship Wm or lose,lt
has been a great run WIth
the kIds, coaches and valunteeN on thiS year's team
God ha' truh ble~~ed u,"
July. ~ Swlmchicb perform Immediately after -Concert In the Park, - a Uve
music event Sunday afternoon8 at the park. Swbnchicks are Iadie8 between
the ages of 8 and 15. Shown are Ashlee Trempus, Eva Gouin-Davis, and
Charlotte Berschback, all of the Farm8. The team hu been practicing all
summer for the show. In addition to lIWinuners. there are Bve coaches, four
coUege 8tudents and volunteer helpers. Three are from the Blue Dolphin8
competitive swim team at Grosse Pointe South High School.
Another state title for Graves
The Grosse Pointe FaJ'1J1S-CltylO-year-old AU-Star team won the District 6 Uttie League Baseball championship
In front, from left. are Scott Dirksen, Joe
Allotla, John Laclura, Wes CimmlUT118U,K.J. Schaeffner, Connor Martln1Uzi.
Eddie Mollison, Robert Cerwfn, Nick Pangorl. Andrew Addy, Jon Parker and
Geoff Welaher. In back, from left. are coaches Kevin Schaeffner. Tom Shimmel.
Phil Laclura, Tony Cimmarruati and Farms-elty Little League president Dean
DauphtnaJ •.
Grosse Pomte Park resIdent Jon Graves completed
hI. final year at the Culver
Ilnd)
Mlhtary
Academy
WIth another state lacrosse
champlOnsh1p and several
post.sea.on honors
Graves played on hiS third
.tate champIOnship team m
three year.
when Culver
defeated Carmel 13-6 m the
Indiana .tate lacro •• e title
game
He played on the 2002-03
lndlana AAAA hockev .tate
champIOn., and al.o won a
'tate lacro~'!e t1tle last year
Grnve~ wa, the .pcond.
lE'adlni( _corer In the ~tate
wlth 61 goal~ and 2~ a •• l.ts
m 21 rE'gular .eason g-amE'.
In three
playoff
game.
agam.t
Park
Tudor,
ZlOnqvllle and Carmel he
added 11 goals and three
assIsts
Graves was one of three
players named to the All
State
fir.t
team at the
attack posltlOn He was al.o
named OffenslVe Player of
the Year hy the Culver
coache~
Durmg hl~ four year~ at
('ulvE'r Graves mamtamed II
.1 0 grade-point aVE'rag-eand
achIeved the rank of corpo
ral
Graveq wl!1 attend
thp
UntVer~lt) of Kpntucky th"
fall and plam to play duh
hockpy and club IllCrO~"e
.Jon l~ thE' fourth memlwr of
h1~
famIly
to
Ilttend
Kentucky
Brother,
Randy
llnd ,Ja.on plllyE'd I'" 0 YE'llr~
of hockey whIle ,Ju~tm Iq II
current
memher
of thE'
Jon Graves
_2C __
S_Jlorts
July 22, 2004
Grosse POinte News
Sharks swim to another win
1he lrro~se Pomtel:>hores
Shark~ dommated
most of
the age group" as they swam
to a 384-178 VlCtory over the
St
ClaIr
Shores
Sea
Serpents
m a Lakefront
SWlmmmg
ASSOCIatIon
meet
Followmg are the first two
fimshers m each event
BOYS
Canton champs
The GroSBePointe Soccer Association Breakers '93 team beat SCOR 15-0in
the champlonahip game of the Canton Cup tournament, The Breakers won
all three of their bracket games. outscoring the opposition 14-1. In front,
from left. are Mariana Kouskoulas. Ellie Farber, Chloe Jacob, Catherine
Fowler. Shelby Stone and Ellse Corden. In the back row. from left, are J.P.
Laurenceau. Sarah VentimigUa, Kaitlyn Fries, Natalie Sohn. Carrie Condino.
Lilly Arsenault. Bridget McDevitt. Joanna Manos and coach Jim Farber,
ll-and.under
25 freestyle 1 Greg Lazar. GPS
2 Joey Pompeo. GPS 25 back
stroke I. A J Owens, GPS 2 Karl
Vancampenhout.
SCS 25 breast
.troke I. Sal CIaraVIno. GPS 2.A J
Owens, GPS 25 butterfly 1. NIck
Cusmano. GPS 2, Spencer SWIder
GPS
16-and.under
50 freestyle
1 Patnck Lane
GPS 2, Andrew Astalos, GPS 25
backstroke 1 Palnck Lane. GPS 2,
Karl Vancampenhout.
SCS 25
breaststroke
1. Justm RakoWlcz.
GPS 2 Lowe Soravolatz GPS 25
butterfly 1 Lowe Saravolatz. GPS
2 Justm RakOWlCZ,GPS
12-and.under
50 freestyle 1 AdJs JakUPOVlC
SCS 2 Matthew Mazur GPS 50
backstroke
1 J J Lundy, GPS 2.
DaVld Wrona, GPS 50 breastBtroke
1 Sam Soravolatz GPS 2. Aaron
Egan. GPS 50 butterfly
I, Am8
JakupoVlc, SCS 2 Aaron Egan.
GPS
14-and.under
50 freestyle I. Enc Jorgenson,
GPS 2, Tony Szep. SCS 50 back.
stroke I, Enc Jorgenson, GPS 2.
Michael Thomas SCS 50 breast.troke I, Michael Lane, GPS 2.
Tony Szep. SCS 50 butterfly
1.
Slephen VanBeek, GPS 2. Mike
Kosk. GPS 100 mdlVldual medley
1 Michael Lane. GPS 2. Stephen
VanBeek, GPS
17..... d.under
50 backstroke
1. MIchael
VanBeek.
GPS
2,
Robert
Vancampenhout
SCS 50 breast.
stroke
I. Jon Sattler, GPS 2.
Cbarhe Cooper, GPS 50 butterfly
1 Aaron Rhan
SCS 2. MIke
.Kedz.lerskl, L.P~
100 mdlvidual
medley 1 Michael VanBeek GPS
2 Aaron Rhan SCS
GIRLS
ll-and.under
25
freestyle
I
IUmmle
Cusmano GPS 2, Megan Beach.
GPS 25 backstroke
I Melame
Menmges
GPS
2,
Came
RakoWlcz G PS 25 breablstroke
I.
Leshe Jacobs. GPS 2, Stephame
Saravolatz
GPS 25 butterfly
1.
K1mmle Cusmano, GPS 2, La~n
Beach GPS
16-and.under
50 freestyle 1. Megan Palazzolo,
SCS 2, MIchaela Mazur, GPS 25
backstroke
I, Andrea Vandermey
SCS 2. Alia Kedzlerslu. GPS 25
breasts troke 1, J enlllfer Cusmano.
GPS 2, Ashley Ralu, GPS 25 but
wrfly I. Andrea Vandermey. SCS 2.
Alia KedZ1erskl' G PS
12.and.under
50 freestyle
I, Morgan Elhs,
GPS 2 Anna VanEgmond. GPS 50
backstroke
1 Courtney
Rusch.
GPS 2 Anna VanEgmond, GPS 50
breast. troke 1 Saml FIIlIepelh.
GPS 2 El,zabeth TuOlBI, SCS 50
butterfl)
I, Morgan EII.s, GPS 2,
Courtney Rusch, GPS
14-and.under
50 freestyle 1. Jemufer Rusch.
GPS 2, Abssa Monahan, GPS 50
backstroke 1. Jennifer Rusch. GPS
2, Sheila Geraghty. GPS 50 breaat.
stroke 1. Sarah ClIllen, GPS 2,
Lauren Naon. GPS 50 butterfly I.
SheIla Geraghty
GPS 2. Lauren
Naon. GPS 100 mdIVldual medley
I, Sarah ClIllen GPS 2, Chnsbne
Sattler, GPS>
17.and.under
50 freestyle I, Anne Kopf, GPS
2, MelIssa Cleary. GPS 50 hackstroke 1. Carolyn Jacobs, GPS 2.
Holly Hanczaruk. SCS 50 breaststroke I, Lmdsey Kurtz. GPS 2.
Alex CostakIs. GPS 50 butterfly 1.
Meh ... Cleary, GPS 2. Anne Kopf.
GPS 100 mdlVldual medley
1.
Carolyn Jacoba. GPS 2, Stephante
Sepka. SCS
RELAYS
Boys g.and.under
100 free1!tyle
I, Grosse Pomte Shores (N 10k
L.UtHlIlUlU,
,Joe)
tJru.v~~.
,.o:,velh,lt'f
SWider, Joey Pompo)
GIrls 8 and under 100 free,tyle
I, Grosse PoIOW Shore. (Hannah
Drake, Amanda Albrecht, CarollOe
Schulte, C1Blre Daly) 2, St Chnr
Shores (Leshe Mon 19omery, Megan
M,ch .. lutll, McKenzIe Gardener,
Gallynn Meyer)
Boys 10 and under tOO freestyle
1 Grosse Pom'" Shores (Andrew
Astalos,
Patnck
Lane,
Justm
RakOW1CZ,Lowe Saravolatz) 2, St
ClaIr Shores (Karl Vancampenhout,
Connor Taormma, Issac Mooney,
Jefl'rey Jazczykl
GIrls lO-and under 100 freestyle
I, St
ClaIr
Shores
(Megan
Palazzolo, Chostme
Tchakenan,
A1hson
Saum.er,
Andrew
Vandermey)
2. Gross.
POInte
Shores (Alia KedzJerskl, MIchaela
Mazur. Mehssa Merm.geo, Kabe
Case)
Boya 12 and.under 200 medley
I, GroSBe Pomte Shores (J J Lundy,
Sam
Sara,olatz,
Aaron
Egan.
Matthew Mazur) 2. Grosse PolOte
Shores
<DaVId Wrona.
Charhe
Roarty. Janne Dtng, NIck. Drake l
GIrls 12.and.under 200 medley1 Grosse Pomte Shores (Courtney
Rusch,
Sam.
Fllhpelh,
Anna
VanEgmond. Meredith Reed) 2, St
CI8Jr ShoreB (Lauren
Vaughn,
Ehzabeth Tuwsl. A1eesha K1esgm,
Erm Holtz)
17-and.under Illll[ed 200 medley
I, Groose PolOte Shores (Mike
VanBeek.
Lmdsey Kurtz.
Mike
Kedzierski. Anne KopO 2, St. Chur
Shores (Holly Hanzaruk,
Je881ca
Pilon,
Aaron
Rhan,
Robert
Vancampenhout)
Boys 57 years 200 freestyle 1.
GrosBe POlDte ShoreB (Michael
Lane,
Ene
Jorgenson,
Mike
KedZ1erslu. Matt Lane) 2. Grosse
PolDte ShOreB (Evan Marshall,
Mike Walton,
Charhe
Cooper,
Spencer Channel)
GIrIB 57 years 200 freeBtyle 1.
Gros..
PelDte
Shores
(Sarah
Cullen. Jenmfer
Ruach. Morgan
Elbs, Carolyn Jacoba) 2. Grosse
PolOte Shores
(Lauren
NIxon,
Chnatlne
Sattiar. Alex CostakJs.
SheIla Geraghty)
Park Little League highlights
.Division champs
The Grosse Pointe Soccer Association Mustangs '91 won their division in
the Michigan Youth Soccer League, The Mustangs finished 9-0-1 and
outscored their opponents 33-4. In front, from left. are Bridgette HBa8.
Gabriela Jones, Katherine Corden. Kaitlyn Lynch. Charlotte Park, Danika
Stone. Catherine Vatsis and Emma Brush. In back. from left, are coach Stuart Dow. Katie D'Hondt, AnnIe Bryk, Lindsay Brown, Kate Fridholm. Susan
Furest. Claire Jones. Lauren Jacob and coach Sarah Mudry.
Lakers win CYO baseball title
The St Paul Lakers varsIty baseball
team won the
CYO
Ea~tslde
D,V,SIOn
champlOnshtp
WIth a 9-1
record and reached the Fmal
Four
of
the
CIty
Tournament
The Lakel s got an RBI
smgle bv Dougla~ Esse, and
Bnan Barclay pitched a twolutter In a VIctOry over St
Anne that chnched the tItle
St Paul Yoon tYoOpost-~eason gameo before lo~lng 2-1
to St Thecla
The St Paul pltchmg ~taff
wa~ ~en
efTect\\ e ChriS
Stephen~ 'lnd Barcia) each
pItched no h,ttcr,
and thc\
shared 1 n , I III<r '\lth l1d
Monarh
II
J Il h"I'
II
helped
I
(11 'I
plate
ThIrd baseman
Michael
Sheehy led the team m hItEnc
Allison
and
Jern
Peoples had fine "ea,on~ 1I1
the mfield and at the plate'
Catcher
Stephen
Reaume
had three-h.t
and four-hit
game.
Joseph Dempoev Pat rich
Deters.
Da\ Id Calcaterra
Jeffre)
Harne"
Chqrhe
Sulll\ an Ra~ mond Gr. I)('t
Brad\
Ba( telb
DaRon
Grea,on and Adilmo Legg-hlO
al~o mqd" contl1butlOn~ to
the Lake!' tltl, lun
Paul
\Ion 11k II l'
t hl
tf'nm
m:1n.ngr'r
nnd
hl'"
(Cl lch, - \\ ( I
l~ \\ ,->, q\ q\"
"HI J' <I " • 1
1- 1h. (1 ()
•
I
I
0\
1'1.111record
dunng
that
,poln \\as 40-6
Tigers 8. Pbllh"" 5
Andrew La.JdZlak, NIcky DJehl
and Jon Crandall had two h.ts
apIece for the TIgers. who also had
hits from Matthew Reno, Robby
lUsh and Spencer Ray
Ben RoSSI and Jack. Lang each
had two !uts for the Ph.lhes
N. 12, Yankees 11
Alex Stanczyk put the Ns ahead.
11-8 WIth a three.run homer 10 the
top of the seventh. only to have the
Yankees t,e the game m the bottom
of the frame
In the eIghth.
Stanczyk agam came through. hIt.
tlng a smgle to dn ve In Nell LeISIng
",th the wmnlng run Lelsmg had
reached base on a smgle Stanczyk
I1m.hed 5-for 5 WIth five RBIs. He
also hIt a double Sean Mllavec also
homered Chns Cah,ll and Anthony
Stavale each had three hIls and two
RBJ.
M.ke Shook and Austen
Brooks had two luls apIece
Ross Mumga led the Yankees
WIth a 4.for.4 performance
and
Sean Belanger had two hlta
N. 9. White So,. 4
Chns Cahill had two hltB and
scored three runs
and Alex
Stanczyk had two hIts, mcludmg a
two-run double for the As Evan
Inger and Brendon WIlson had
timely luts. WIlson pItched well.
allOWIng one hIt, wlule 8tnlung out
SlX, mcludJng the last three batters
he faced
Kelly O'Donnell.DaudlIn
had
two !uts, mcludJng a long home run
over the left field fenee, for the
White Sox
CLASSAAA
Red So,. 11, Cardmals 8
Emma
Mamere
and
Josh
Carolan
combined
to hold the
Cardinal. to two run. over the l""t
four innings Lorna Bums. Nate
Wealey and MIke McCwBh made
some outstanmng defenSIVe plays
Marnere. Wesley and McCwsh proVlded most of the offense WIth
strong timely luts
The Cardmals'
DaVId Trudell
held the Red Sox to one run m Ius
two Innmgs
Maruns 7, Red So,. I>
Sam Bms allowed only one run
after takmg over In rehef In the
third mnmg of a 4.4 tie The
Marbns, who had an early 4-1 lead.
rallied for three runs 10 the bottom
of the fifth on h.ts by Joel Carr.
Ryan EnnIS Clarke Hughes and
Sydney Burke
Josh Csrolan pItched two """reless mmngs for the Red Sox
CLASSAA
IndilllUl 7, Diamondhaw "
The Inwans broke open a be
game WIth four 1'W1S 10 the fifth
mmng Carlos Gohday had two dou.
bl.... and Thomas Hoffmann and
MIchael Haddad also had two luts
apiece for the JndJlUl8 Will Yates
bad a key!ut
Matthew RJaalu had two IutB for
lhe DIamondbacks
Range ... 6, Gianta 0
Wmmng pitcher Ben Aretak>s
helped himself Wlth two h,ts
Carmen Engel had two !uta and two
RBIs for the Rangers
Jan Corbett and Curlls Stapl ...
had the G.ants' two hits Sam
Metry and Patnck Jackman pItched
well
IndJJuulll. Angela 8
Inmans
pItchers
Trent
Maghlel .. , Michael Haddad and
JImmy Menchl held the AngelB
scoreless over the last four mmngs..
Haddad struck out five of the lI1X
battera he faced Mench!, Joseph
Haddad and wm Yates each had
key hits. whIle Carl .. Gohday and
Carley Reno made fine defenslve
plays PIllI Nauert pItched three
strong mrongs for the Angels Nate
Jones and Max Ratsek !ut doubles.
ULS to hold three soccer clinics next month for ages 6 through 16
Gnl' CI"ty LIggett School
holding a ,enes of summer
,occel
chmcs
next
month for ...oungsters ages 6
throuc:h 16
A -l "IOn for teenagers
\\ lil 1)(' held from Aug 2
th, ouc:h 0 Se,;~\On I for ages
h a'HI old"l \\lil be fromAug
q.l~ qnd "''',,1On II for ages
h ,Inri lip \\111 be from Aug
1(, 21
'->. "Ion II Include, goalk' l'pmg In<tlll( II.ll
Th ....
t .........
lnn-- lun fldnl 9
,I
\londa~
'\lth
h
<)
The
cllmcs
emphaSize
baSIC soccer sldls, but there
.s also functIonal
trammg
and cond1tJonmg for teenage
plavers. and a speCIal goal-
keepmg
sessIon
The cost IS $190 or $175 If
campers bnng thetr own soccer ball
To regIster
or for more
mformatlon.
call chmc dIrector DaVId Backhurst at (313)
884-4444 or (313) 884-6718
to
,-
..
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",
The St Paul Laken vanity baseball team won the CYOEastalde championship
with a 9-1 record. In front, from left, are Doug Esse, Adamo Legghio, Jack
Monuk, Joseph Dempsey, Jerry Peoples. Eric Allison Stephen Reaume and
co.ch Patrick Stephena In back, from left, are coach Ray Stavsle. Raymond
Orybet, Brady Baetens, Brian Barclay, Patrick Deters Michael Sheehy, Chris
Stephens, David Calcaterra and manager Paul Monark Not pictured are Jeffrey
Harne .. and DaRon Greason.
The Gro.. e Pointe Soccer ANociation Breaken '95 won a pair of recent
tournaments and also took first place in the Michigan Youth Soccer League
under-9 girls Premier Division. The Breaken were undefeated in both the
Novi Jaguar Invitational and the Canton Cap toaraament. The Breaken beat
Troy Soccer Club 915for the champion.hip at the Jaguar and defeated the
Waterford Lady Warrlon in the title ,ame In Canton, In front is ABut ....
DJamond. In the first row, from left, are DanieUe KanrowIcz. Catherine
McCarthy, Margaret Brennen and Francesca Ciaramitaro. In back, from left,
are coach John Sikonlti, EmUy ArmbruateT. Kim CU8mano, Claire DeBoer
and Chrtsa K.o_koalu.
Thursday, July 22, 2004
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big or small Home or
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313-570bUSiness
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baths
basement remodeling
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313-438-3197.
586-773-1734
8755
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PAINTING
Professional palnbng.
mtenorl extenor
SpeCIalizing all types
palntmg, caulking,
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plaster repair
Expert gold/sliver leaf.
All work guaranteed
FUlly Insuredl
Free Estrmates and
Reasor'lable Rates, call
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800-576-6200
Visa, Discover &
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LLC
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porch
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(58S}7797619
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11850 E_ Jefferson
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John
(586)779-6948,
or (586)549-8517
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tnm painted wood replacement
carpentry,
also other house repairs
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586-n8-2749
or 586-822-2078
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extenor
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owner Complete InteGrosse
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14
norl extenor services
years
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Custom palnllng dryHome 313-886-5840,
wall & plaster repairs
ceil 586-817-0546
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removal
speCial washlr'lg Ex- EXPERIENCED
painter
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specrallst
facllOn
gua ranteed
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rates
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discount
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factron
guaranteed
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(586)260-5229
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Carpet Serv24
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Grosse CERTIFIED
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rePOinte 3138820000
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stretch,ng
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maintenance
1m
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cleaned
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landscapmg
grading
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year expenence
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23rd
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year Free esllmates
references
(313}885
5977
home specialists
Clr,
944 GUTTERS
(586)255-6229
ANTONIO.S
Cement
curt breaker
boxes
4130
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outdoo r
pi ugs
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guards
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tncal work licensed
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estimates
moval (586)779-6651
estimates
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(586)2160904
882-3014
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repair &
REMOVAL
(313)8852097
cleamng
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SHRUB REMOVAL
Reslden\lal
(586)552 8441
roofing Jobs
rep~lr
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systems
All Concrete Work
sod, weeding
tnmLicensed Master
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mlng, garden mainteElectrical Contractor
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rooms,
additions,
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Weedstampmg
driveways,
basements
DeSign!
pairs,
heating
and
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waterproofing
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bUild References
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Since
1965
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estimates
Licensed,
censed,
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(313)319-0888,
fnendly & personable
Insured
Bnan
586(313)882-7472
(810)794-7232
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tarmlng
&
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DnvebUilding, remodeling &
ence Tom, (313)258
ways
porches
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repair
Licensed
30
7535
rage
floors,
bnck
Licensed Master
years
expenence
work Bonded & Insur.
IF your yard IS looking
Electrical
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(586)463.2639
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modeling
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SERVICES, INC.
Renovations
basements,
garages
Complete Landscaping
Reasonable
Rates
New home construcLawn Cutllng,
tion, mtenorl extenor
934 FENCES
Clean-ups,
313-886-0520
palnb ng
All
finish
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oUcensed 8< 1Dsured
work Siding, Windows
MODERN FENCE
Shrub & Tree
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White Cedar Speclahsts
TnmmlngiRemovals,
and
su~s Reterences
LIServing
the
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Pavers Walls,
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Fertllizalion
lr'lSured
All
major
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and Died CoDc:rete
Gutter Cleaning,
credrt cards accepted
29180 Grallot, RoseVille
Power
Washing
(586}773-7522
(586)776-5456
919 CHIMNEY CLEANING
TopSOil Mulch & Stones
Installed & Delivered
KELLYS BUILDING
VISAI Met DISCOVER
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FREE ESTIMATES
speaaJw.og ID
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936 FLOOR SANDING/
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WHETHER you want a
R EFINIS HI NG
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room painted or an
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'Innovative
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extreme makeover tor
Certified MasIN Sweep
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(586)776-4429
your
home
Call
TOM TREFZER
Sandmg-AetlrllshlngG race
Contracting
Repalrs.New installation
(313)882.5169
MOLSEN
Lawn ImgaCo, Paul SchumachLlcensad & Insured
tlon
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lawn
er has been remodel.
Tim Tarpey
spnnkler
service
InIrtg, palnllng and re920 (HIMNEY REPAI~
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stallallon,
repairs
pamng
plaster
In
586-557-7009
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men1
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masor'lry, concrete 25
mates
Terry Yerke,
3192 Licensed bUildgnndlngl
shrub
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Steve, (586)778-0419
JAMES Kleiner
ChimTEE'S Lawn Spnnklers
Wood floors only
neys re pal red or reOwner does the work
313-885-0257
bUilt' licensed
InsurFloors of dlstlnc1lon
Repatrs
& service Ined
(313)8852097,
Since 1964
Slallatlons Prompt et(586)552-8441
INCQRPORATED
Bob Grabowski
ficlent service
smce
Founder I PreSident
(313)886-0520
1988 (586)783-5861
Licensed, Insured
U<»m> &INSURFD
YARD
work,
movmg,
member of The
SUPERIOR
decks and
cleamng & other odd
Better Busmess Bureau
pallOs by Busy Bee
Jobs done by College
Free Estimates
Home Improvements
~&
students
Call
We
supply,
Install,
sand,
Licensed and msured
CclmmeRial
{313}570-3214
slain and fin Ish wood
KiaDms 0 Badas
Joe
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floors new & old
Ra:-1bnB. AddiIioos
(313)655-7223
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929 D~YWALL/PLASTE~ING
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ALL
year
remodeling
needs
Additions,
kitchens, baths basements 30 years expe
rlence license, Insured M and E Custom
Builders
(586)7769398
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(313)882-0000
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918 CEMENT WORK
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day only 9am. 4pm
21440 Van K (at CanSunday 9am. 5pm
semi custom medl
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EXCiting One of a kind Load
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miles
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19613 Rosedale, St
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docr automahc re
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extenor deSign Items
brakes Perfect cond"
mote slarter! locks
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claiMS, toys and car
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file cabinets
stove! oven plus dish.
new used, antique, tlon
$11 850
Black! beige leather, 1997 Pontiac Montana'
seats Q. lion bed
computer digital cam
wood.burnlng stove,
washer $73001 best
Shabby ChiC LaCh,c
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sunrocf CDI tape, 1
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era Jewelry books
shelVing
freezer, Mall light fiberglass conSignment& one of
owner 117K $3 5001
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Saturday
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glass door walls, best
Friday
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23rd 24th,25th 9am.
7801, (313)320-1713
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condition 2 year war.
4pm NordiCTrack, In MUl..TI family sale 543 POOl.. table, Standard,
$9,000
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fant car seats, artJllC1al Hidden Lane, Grosse full size 314" 3 Piece
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fast Inend 1.8OQ-398. 3219
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Fnday & Saturday
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clolhlng Jewelery arr que secretanal desk
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pool washerl dryer
can Phyle dlnrng set
stuffl Fnday 8am
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Adoplion Society. Pet
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4716 Stereo, speak- Country Club Fnday SATURDAY. 10- 5
ABBEY PIANO CO.
12. 3pm Children's
new tires crUise can.
$6,000
(313)881. 1998 Sylvan 18' with
trailer, Volvo 1/0 Ex.
ers, tables, desks,
12pm. 4pm Saturday
1724 Allard (Mack by ROYALOAK248541~1t6
Home of DetrOil, 900
trol, sunrocf $15,0001
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condllion
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$6,000, ~ (313)886
headboards, bookcas.
pliances,
womens
numerous Items plus
USED PIANOS
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clothing, kid's books
like new refngerator &
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reliable
senger,
chrome
1993 Thompson DaytoceramIC
top
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Grands.Upnghts
KITTENS,
3
older
krt.
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135,000
miles
wheels
cloth
Intenor,
EASTPOINTE
21793 l..1TTl..EM k! <0
I
1Ion oven No earty
PIANOSWANTED
eed I
na, 23', 135 hours
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ac
, mle
birds
tens rn n
a lovmg $2,150
(586)463.
sharp Low mileage,
Shakespeare,
July 23,
20829 Maple
ANTIQUE baby grand
home Abandoned
on8, 810-278-8005
$20,900
(313)642. kitchen, bath, sleeps
24,
9am. ? GigantIC
Family
Fnday. Three
Sunsed b hby
0834
4 $9,900, Includes
overload, years of ac.
day 9am- 5pm Fuml' ST. CLAIR
Shores, p.ano Stodart Co
mom, ral I y AJu'1999 Pontiac Flreblrd
_
trailer (313)690-4823
l 3
I 1Ion
block sale, 13 Mile beNew York Call 1200mans, very ovmg
P
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Grand Cherokee
cumu a
ture Rod Iron Table
tween Jefferson &
500pm
(313)886- shots, litter trained
8- T tops
eWler .."""
1990 Wellcraft Eclipse,
FARMS, 185 Memand chairs Card and
Greater Mack Satur- 0211
$30 each (313)717Monsoon
sound
Limited 37,000 miles
233
new engine,
weather, Fnday 23rd
pool table Costume
4840
$10,0001
best 313.
Like new $13,900
trailer $12,500/ best
day Barn.
grand
pia407.6578
(313)884-7242
Bam. Noon Furnrture,
Jewelery
Knick
day
9am. 2pm
lpm Sun.
Park STEINWAY
no. model L,
beaU1ltul.
(313)300-2513
clothes, toys, much knacks, clothes and
at Lakeshore High Iy restored, Afncan
1998 Jeep Laredo
SEADOO 1998 Sports.
more
-M-rsm-co_rE-el..I_U-N-E-O-U-S-School
mahogany,
A+ GOLDEN
Retnevers
b12raOkKe's
neGwoodtlrescoandndr
ter 18' Jet boat TWin
FARMS- 120 Kenwood
-------(586)ln.6870
2003 Audl A6 30 liter
•
170HP TraJler cover,
Road. Saturday 9am.
household ilems Fn- ST. Clare PTO IScollectPUppieS'AKC. Ilghl to
40 000
I'
cl
'
1Ion $6,300 (586)
b,m,nl top $11,500
109books Used book STEINWAY plano, mint
medium color 6 boys,
'
ml es,
ean,
817-8052
(313}B4Q-0943
;r;;kenb~
T~~:.
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sale September 15- condrllon One owner,
1 girl Champion lines
blue wrth tan Intenor, 1999 Laxus RX300,
19 Book deposits m.
$7000 Call (586)726
$800 248-225-3260
loaded $26,900 313sports, household
Harper Woods
"
580-2676
whrte, 60,000 miles, CARVER 84 RMera 28
Side carport Located
docr of -- 6570
-------loaded AWD, hea1ed leet TWinpower 220
FRANCISCAN "Desert MOVING saleI 1365 church
GOLDEN
Retnevers. 2001 CIVIC EX- Silver,
HP New canvas Full
Rose" chma anllque
Harvard,
Grosse
Mack at Whrther, dally STORY & Clark console AKC,
champion
56K
miles
New
leather,
6CD
naVlga.
rocker, Side charr
POinte Park
8am.
before 2pm Call Kaplano, 1973 Excellent bloodline Top line
brakes very clean
$17,900
(586)463- electromcs
lion
TWin cabins
qUilts, Norman Rock.
4pm, Saturday, 7/24
thy 313-499-0478 for
condrlton BasI offer
pedigrees
OFA,
$9,800 313-550.1901
9691
$22,500/
besl
well hgunnes! plates!
Furnrture,
bookpICkup
(313)881-9141
CERF
deWclawed,
60a AUTOMOTIVE
(313)640-9905
bell (1f2 pnce) Lots of
shelves, desks, elec.
frrst shots, wormed 1998 Honda Accord LX,
PAUl
TIRES AlARMI
miscellaneous 26681
tnc gUItars child's
WANTED- GUitars,Ban.
All males! born July 5,
V-6, 4 docr, automat.
SEARAY. 87 SeVIlle19
Nieman,
RoseVIlle
SchWinn, doll houses!
JOS, Mandolins and
to approved homes
IC, black 99K, $77001 TIRE, four Bndgestone
With Cuddy Under
(between 11 and
furniture,
h,ghchBlr 2002
adult
mobility
Ukes Local collector
only Taking depOSits best (313)590-4401
Bllzzak With steel
100 englne hours In
Glendale) Part of
couch Hall pottery
scooter, rechargeable
paying top cashI 313now $700 586,855
wheels, covers 195/
Side winter storage
block saler Thursdayand monel
never used Make of886-4522
8439
65-15
low miles
Survey
avwlable
Saturday, 9am. 5pm
fer (313)886-3531
-------(313)886-1806
$4,495
(313)882
MOVING sale- Saturday
YAMAHA upnght plano PUREBRED Ragdoll kil'
1607
610 AUTOMOTIVI
GROSSE POinte City,
only, July 24 9am. BIKES. raCingbike, arts A + condmon $3,000
tens $500 (313)333.
~
700 Lmcoln Fnday,
4pm 1360 Kenslngand craft
VIntage Please call (313)881
1912
SPORTS CA~S
SMAl..L
boat repair, hSaturday, 9am. 2p m
ton, GrIOSSe POinte chairS, roas1er, fan,
2019
1996 Mustang. $4,5001
berglassl Wood, salls
QUality ilems, applian.
Park French country
much morel (313)881best 85,000 M Black
repaJred Contact Ron
cas fumrture adult! white pedestal table
6141
Sill IOSI AND fOUND
998
Jaguar
XJ8
children's
cloll1li"tg, With 4 chairs solas,
_
extenorl dark gray Inal (313)506-6266
, "m- 'Pm
ATHLETIC REI"
SAMPLE SALE
Men- Women -Children
Sweatshirts & Pants
Jackets, Tops Hats
Licensed Teams &
Schools
741 Trombley
Grosse POIntePark
ANIMALS
RECREATIONAL
-=~==~-~-=-~-~:!.__
r
- -'. -
4 \ 5 WANlED TO IUY
loys, much more
tables lamps Imens, DINING room set bed.
l..OST- male orange
tertot CD play9l" VI' O'DAY sailboat 195
Champagne With IV
GROSSE POinte Park,
small appliances ml5rocm set, Grandfather AOOUWClCIDUMaS
UCHELLE Tabby, sbtches In one
per alarm, rear spoll- feet, fiberglass, excelry Intenor, heat
cellaneous household,
clock, rugs, more Ex.
e Are uyrng
Jeg green collar Reer Outstandmgcondl'
lent condlhon Newer
seats, 6 CD tract,o
1117 Three Mile, July crllidrens toys, bikes,
cellent
condrlton Diamonds. Jewelry
ward (313)308'0202
lion 586,206 7657
motor
and
S8Jls
control
expert
24th, 9a m
2p m
clothing (boys NB(313)640-8533
(Estate, Antique New)
611 AUTOMOTIVE
malnta,ned Must sell
(313)886-3995
Multi lamlly Furniture, 4T) Baby Items PEG
ImmediatePayment!
TRUCKS
S 10 ANIMAl SIR VICES
(313)282-6432
household, baby stuff,
Perego high chlllr, DRAFTING Table 7 In.
Artwor/(.An1lquesDONATE yoU! boalJ
plus sIZematernity
sWing,stroller wrth ba.
dustnal Best offer
Palnlings, Aatware,
1992 F150, Sltck, over.
dean Lake St Clair
DOGGIE
SCOOPS
1988 Mercedes 420
dnve, arr many new We Are Here Founda.
GROSSE
POinte by camer, exensaucer
(313) 268-8584
Silver Holloware
Pet Waste Removal
SEL,
Flonda
car,
parts
Runs good
lion
(586)n8.2143
Shores, 90 Crest.
Maternity
clothing GIRl..S 9 prece bedroom
(313)300-9166
Dog Walking Pet Sitting
120,000 miles, beaut"
$2,2001 best 313wood July 31st & Au.
medium large, many
set (313)884-8764
or 1-800-475-9166
100% tax deduc1tblel
Our
Busln_ls
fuI
condrtlon
$5995
882-0000
gust 1st 9am- 4pm
never worn
Much
5 KerchevalAvenue
non profrt
Picking Up
(313)690-4823
GROSSE POinteWoods
mora'
GROSSE
POinte Grosse POinteFarms
653 SOATI PAUS AND
1-8n-4-SCOOP-o
2003 MrtsublShl EcJlpse 2001 Ford Ranger super
MAiNlENANC!
2183 Anrta between MOVING sale Dining
~m::r
SHOTGUNS, nfles, old
313-882-5942
GTS, fast, fun & safe
cab 4X4 clean, loadMack and Harper
room hutch Upnght
h dg
P rk
MARINE
WOODWORK
ed
$14,995
(Ford
X.
Large assortment of
prano, Shelving umt, $20 Chma cabinet
an uns,
a er
Pean whrte tan leath.
plan) (313)506-6266
Custom DeSIgned
home and children's
er loaded power ev.
_
dog
ca e
barf
$150 Kitchen portaBrowning, Winches.
& BuI~ Cabinetry
Items Fnday' Satur.
stools, ~;
bed
ble Island cart, $70
ter, Colt, Luger, oth.
erylhlng, 7 speaker In. 2002 Silverado Z71 LS
Repairs, dry.rot 23
day, 9am. 5pm
clothes, toys, chairs,
(586)n9-3398
ers
Collector
hmty
stereo,
power
4x
4
extended
cab
________
(248)478-3437
Years expenence Have
moon- roof $17,5001
Loaded
Leather Portfolio & References
GROSSE
POinte many
household POINTE Lam & L ht
_
best offer (313)790- $18,500
(586)n4Items 4516 Neff Fn.
p
Ig - Don't Forget;
Woods 20074 Holl'
day. Sunday 9am
Ing 22235 Greater
9439
1292, (586)n8'7479
day, Fnday Saturday,
"~m
Mack, St Clair Shores Call your ads In Earlyl
651 CAMPERS
Sunday 9am 3pm _""_______
Sidewalk sale
2QCalf Abou1 Having
2001 PT Crurser- Limit. PORSCHE Coupe 19n
Bna trains country ST Clarr Shores, 22427
50% off accessones. Classified AdvertisIng
27L 5 speed whale
YouCrfY#LAllP:l.arIn
ed edmon Black 25K
POP
up 1989 Rocktall Complete engine
:U UII
cottage, krd's bikes,
Trombly Fnday 9-?
some lamps, Fnday & 313-882-6900 X 3
miles Excellent condl'
wood
Clean new
toys books games,
Saturday 9- 5 House.
Saturday
930am '"-_
""'"
$12,000
tires, sleeps SIX Make
;:Ulld$122~
:;~'
(313)882-6900 ext.3
clothes household
hojd. art work
530pm
t,..,o-a P-Op... 1Ion
(313)882'0896
offer (313)640(586) 817-8052
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to the rescue!
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Houses 'Nanted 10 Rent
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DUROII/WAYNE
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County
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Townhouses/Condo",
71'
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721
Vacation Rental-
712
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716
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717
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Wanled
718
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719
Renl
720
Room, for Renl
Homes
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of State
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FOI' Rent
725 RenlalslLeaslng--Hortn Mlet; gan
Renl
726 Waterlront Aental
HOMES FOR SAlE
Management
With Opbon
com
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fat ~ 0a.5&Ified Real E&~
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102 APTS/FuTS/DUPLEX
S.C S/MACOM,
COUNTY
ST. CLAIR SHORES
SpaCIous 1 bedroom,
central air, dishwasher
$675/ month
Nopetslsmoklng
The Blake Company
(313)881-6882
105 HOUSES FOR RENT
lOb HOUSES FOR RENT
109 TOWNHOUSES/
POINHS/HU~ER
WOODS DETROIT /WAYNE COUNTY
CONDOS fOR RENT
$800, NeN 2 bedroom, BEACONSFIELD,
1700 GROSSE Pomfe, near 21635 Morass, duplex,
L1NCOLNBnght and
condo- 2
dIning room, fireplace,
sq ft 3 bedroom
1
Bon Secours HOSPital
newly remodeled,
2
cozy 2 bedroom, 2 ST. John area, 2 bed. BERKSHIRE
room bungalow,
ga.
bedroom, 2 batl1 2nd
clean qUiet, appllan.
1/.:!!batl1, new kitchen!
StudiO apartment
No
bedroom,
d,mng
bathroDm 2 car, launrage,
basement
lloor
ranch
Pool Pnces
garage
w'ndows
pnvacy
smoking No pets In.
room
garage
New
dry,
all appliances,
$OOOf
month
vate basement, laun.
(313)881-9687
fence
Beautiful'
cludes all utllrtles and
WindOWS No
pets
pnvate yard $1,1001
(248)437.1062
dry Carport
$1,350
1129 Maryland, 2 bed
$1350 586-817-<1546
laundry faCilities Fur.
First & last months
month
plus utJhtJes
(313)882.1010
room lower,
excel)- BEACONSFIELD1 300
nlshed or non fumlshrent
plus
secunty
secunty
deposit
107 HOUSES FOR RENT/
,
ed Available
Immedl'
$800 Open
7- 25, be(313)882-0964
S.C S/MACOM8 COUNTY
GATED high nse studiO
tlonal condition, frgsh
square feet, 2 bedately
$700 deposrt,
tween
1- 3p m
on
Detrort
River
Iy
repainted,
900
room,
hbrary, wood
$700/
month
LOVELY
2 bedroom 1,600 sq ft tn. level
Spectacular view 500
square feet basement
fl
th
h t All
-------ranch, between Mack
Lange canal 3 bedBIg
stDra\W, "lasher, drya:;~nce~ugl~~Uded
_(_3_13_)_88_2_968_6
4~7
U mversrty I
bedroom
adorable
and
Harper,
near
room,
2 1/2 bath
sq ft, air, all appllan.
2
ces $6251 month rn.
8:', ~
& back porch,
$850 (313)530-9395
HARCOURT, 809, lower
ean,
bedroom DWrarn::h mcludes all apPark Central air, fire.
Completely
re-done
garage
no
pets -------2
bedroom,
den
er
Decorated,
firepi lances
Grosse
place 1 1/2 baths 1
(313)882-0154
eludes heat, water, 24
$745. (313)885~9468
BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom
basement.
garage,
place $590 313-438.
POinte Schools $625
ca gar ge F shed
_
hour
valet
parl<lng
rtm t
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0171
Available Immediately
r
a
Inl$9251 FRESHLY
(313)823-8356
-1-244--M-----apa
en In e a
air nD pels! smoking
basement
bedroom 1palnted1/2baths 3
aryland
$6001 month
hard$950' (586)949-4095
-------(734)464.0464
month (586)552-1952
Remodeled
krtchen,
spacIous
upper sunny,
2 bed.
wood
floors,
new
BEDFORD, 2 bedroom
LAKESHORE
Village
condD for rent 2 bedroom plus den oNlce
kitchen, secunty de- HISTORIC bUilding, 943
upper,
near
Mack 1688 Hollywood, 3 bed. MOVE In befere school
finished basement
2
room, 1 bath $950
Refinished
hardwood
posit
plus gas and
Alter, Grosse POinte
$595/ month 2 year
room bungalow
Up.
starts Grosse POinte
car garage
Includes
Beginning August 1
lloors well managed
electnclty
(313) 690.
Amenities
Starting at
lease + secunty de.
dates throughout
2
Woods This chamllng
all apphances
Near
Mike 586-212-6638
bUIlding Includes all
9388 or (586) 226$600 (313)884-6n8
POSit
No
pets
car garage 81D-499bnck bungalow has 3
elementary
school
appliances & garage
4214
LA EK
NTE
(313)885'4236
4444
bedrooms,
1
1/2
$1 0001
month
LAKESHORE Village, 2
AvaJlable August 1st, -------bed POI
'1IIowerpl2
1878 Hawthorne- 3 bed.
baths, all apphances
(586)552.1952
bedroom
tDwnhouse,
$n5 plus deposrt BEAUTIFUL. lower flat
room,
a
ap I' CADIEUXMack Mor&
h
$1390
end unrt completely
room 1,750 sq It Full
muc more
LAKE FRONT
2 bed.
(313)499-1344
4 bedrooms 2 bath.
ance, g ara ge w rth auang, 1 bedroom, extra
(313)61o.99n
updated,
pool
club-------$
001
tomatlc opener $800
I
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d
"'05
basement
2 car garoom, 1 1/2 bath, air,
1245 Lakepolnte,
sparooms,
12
(313)885'5352
arge
aun ry,.....,
rage
$1,250 OCCUpy
beaultful exfireplace
basement,
house,
$850
ClOUS3 bedroom upmonth Includes heat -------(313)882-4132
(313)882-1010
ecutlve
style
garage,
$1,550
(313)881-8283
per
AU appliances,
Kathy (313)-347'3063
LARGE 2 bedroom hrs- -EA-S-T-E--I -V-II-2153 Hampton Grosse
$500,000
home
In
(586)615.3559
LAKESHORE
Village,
parking
and
water CARRIAGE
housetonc,
upper, freshly
ng Ish I age, 2
'$
GrDsse
POinte
for
_
deSirable end unrt, 2
$725 (313)881.4893
overlooking Lake No
pabl
Inted $600 dAVat
dlya- bedroom upper $675
POinte Woods,
9951
$9501
per
mDnth ST. Clarr ShDres (12/
bedroom,
2
bath
-------e
Imme la e
Porch, laundry, many
month
3 bedroom,
M
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b
f I
JeNerson SpacIous 2
1272 Waybum, 2 bed
pets, no smoking Ide.
(734)464-0464
extras (313)886'3164
new kitchen stamless
ust
ave
eautl u
bed
FI d
BeautJfully fumlshed
al fDr senior 313-884
,
fumlture
to qualify
room,
on a
Short
tenn
OK
room rncluded
upper, appllan.
• -----------____
steel
appliances,
Call ShDwhDmes
of
room, hreplace, 1 1/2
ces
Com•
5374
LARGE funky 1 bed. EAST English Village 2
h d ood fl
Adl
$1 000 plus utlhtres
•
ar w & AsSOCiates
oors
•
Michigan
at 419.349baths,
basement,
ga
pletely updated $725/ COTTAGE
Hospital
room
upper,
sunbedroom lower $7001
hoch
3712 for details
rage, newer
kitchen
(313)884-2087
month (586)n2-6703
area
2
bedroom
&~~464-0464
$550
month
Secunty
deRea~ors, Rand Sobc.
References,
secunty
LAKESHORE
Village,
1359 Maryland,
refur.
$675 Shown by ap- ------__
POSit, credit
check
zak 313-882-5200
SUNNINGDALE
In the
depOSit, credit check
new
kitchen,
bathblshed
2
bedroom
polntment SDutl1east. LARGE, clean 2 bed(313)343-0554
--------Woods 4,000 sq ft
Non smoking
$950
room, Windows
fur.
lower appliances, air
em
Management
room
lower,
drnlng -------_
873
Loraine,
Grosse
FUlly fumlshed or un.
(586)296-0470
nace & air No smok$750 Outdoor main(313}64o.1788
room, basement
ga- EAST English Village.
POinte
4
bedroom
fumlshed
Englrsh Tu.
_
Ing/
pets,
$900
tenance
Included -------rage
$750 Includes
KenSington
Lower 3
bungalow
LIVIng
dor (313)882.0154
ST. Clair Shores 3- 4
(313)4075652
586-n2-6703
DEAL of a lifetime
1
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$800 Fireroom
kitchen
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$550
1
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$735 All gas & water
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Jim Saros
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$1250 586-n3-1234
$875/
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(313)821-6714
cunty 1118 Maryland,
appliances,
laundry,
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second floor 1 bed.
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350
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separate
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utilities
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$625
room WIth family room
room WIth wet bar,
(313)885 1944
lower Heat Included
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newly GROSSE
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smoking
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Jefferson
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$650/
month
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HARPER
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18283 Ten Mile- 2,400 sq. ft.
(313)885-3410
10 Mile! Harper
Grosse
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285815 Schoenherr2,863 sq. ft.
---bedroom
balh
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schools
4 bedroom
TO BE BUILT
1 month free rent
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large lIVIng!
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(313)304 6747
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smoking,
(313) 550by EVle 13 yeall) ex-GGIn Exp In Cusliomer
background
helpful
cleaning
Must
have
a
decor
seWing,
0154
penence
Certtfled/ In- HOME
$erVQ/SaIti/C4mrn
Will tnaln
Work
at
valid dovel's
license
Window
treatments,
_bol,..
sured
For Informahome IS option
32
Paid
tnalnlng,
Monpillows,
duvets,
cush-Fun/Prol. A1mofphete
202 HELPWANTEDCllRICAl
bon (586)899 1786
year old family bUSIdayFnday
work
Ions References
D,Cal/Nowl
ness
also needs
week,
no
nights
one Turner 313-886ACCOUNTING
POSition
managerl
supervl.
PatIma. Lourdes,
weekends,
holidays
586-498.8977
7095
Part- ~me help need$pilla lit Portugal
sor.
Excellenl
pay
Expenence
preferred
'-lbl-Podweri.cpm
ed at small bUSiness
~SPACE" hfts
you can
8DCI1IIIIdl mom
plan Karen 313-886Call (586)563-1730
to
maintain
vanous
afford I Rea rrange re1763.
$1099. l'I'OIII Detroit
201 HElP WANHD
accounting
schedules,
NAIL tech needed for
decorate
reorganIZe""-ber 8-18, 2000\
IUYSITTER
wantedmaking Joumal entnes
Grosse POlnle salon
home or office
248- DISHWASHER
.Jobn FlndIater
apply In pell)on
Maand year. end adJustBenefits
ava, labIe 2 days,
894-4063
6 houll)
per
313-567-9412
ma
Rosa
P,zzena
ments and help ready
(313)882-6240
week $81 hour 2 chillJIlDdf!epl:MII!
15134 Mack
lax documents
for fi125 CONTRIIUTIONS
dren,
In
my home
PART tllne work
Must
nal p repa ration of tax
(313)882-1174
EVENING
bar tenderhave lawn cutll ng &
WHEELCHAIR.
motorreturns
by
outside
ac4pm- midnight
popubush tnmmlng expenIzed folding
Free If
counting firm One to
BABYSITTER
needed
lar
Eastern
Markel
ence
$9 25/
hour
you pick up Excellent
two days per week
for early momlng and
restau rant
Expen.
(313)885-9328
FleXible
hours
Recondrtlon
586 nlafter school Mondayenced, knowledge
of
SHORT
order
cook
8073
sume
to P
Box
Fnday (313)884-9336
wines prelerred
Pay
busy downtown
diner
311640,
Detroit,
MI
and
benefits
d,s.
129
TUINING
family seeking
Open bll 3p m every- FARMS
48231
C'us5<:d at interview
1OS(OM~UHR SfRVICE
expenenced
nanny, 3
day
(,all Jan, 313203 HElP WANTED
Call Michele
or Jan
BALL
players
wanted
days! week 6 month
515-2729
9 3Oam11 3Oam,
DENTAL/MEDICA[
Baseball coach look& 4 year old BegmINSTALLS,
tralmng
THIS IS your opportunity
313-831-5940
In g for playell) 10 work
nlng September
Ref- RNILPN. We have POSt'
network confIguration
to start a career With
With Have fun Improv
erences
reliable
Home or small bUSItlons
available
for'
the UPS Store
the
Instrucloll)
Ing your game All lev EXERCISE
transportallon
reness MCSE certrhed
nurses who enjoy pa-,
nations
largest
franwanted
Call
els
all
ages
IndiViduQUired (313)642-4749
31 3-623-7686
tlent teaching & would,
ch,ser of bUSiness and
(586)n9-6111 ext #4
al
group
learn
In
like to wo rk In a propostal
seMceS
Full FOR my two daughtell)
slrucllonal
education
TEEN
computer
whiZ
fesslonal
quality on,
time positIOn
11 amPOinte Mortal progressIVe
First GROSSE
ages
10 and 7 In
avaIlable to ass<S! you
ented
practice
We.'
7p m
$8 001 hour
gage
Company
IS
session
Iree
Call
Grosse POinte Tueson
your
computer
Will train you \0 use
ReqUires relail expenseeking
motIVated
coach John (313)804
day
and
Fnday
$25/
hour
Steve
your nursing skills In
ence,
outstanding
Loan Officers to work
8782
7 30am
5 30pm until
(313)884 1914
our clinical demlatolo
custome r service skills
In newly opened office
school starts POSSible
gy setting
Fax re
and a Willingness
10
located
In "the Vilaffer school houll) In
200 HEL~WAHflO GENEUI
sume
to
3131884
work hard Apply at
lage"
Great locat,on
109 ENTEftUINMfHT
the fa II If you are
9756
or
call,
'184
The
UPS
Store,
and
work
enVIron
safety-mmded
enloy
3380
BARTENDER
part time
Grosse
POInte
ment competrlJve pay
spending
time
With
OJ for hire mobile ex
evenings
Needed ,m
(313)884-8440
structure
Call Dave
young kids sWimming
penence
In graduamediately
Apply wrth
(313)881 2222
ext
at lt1e pool
playing
tions wedding & other
WAIT
STAFF
needed
In
Tom s Oyster Bar
223
games
biking
crafts
occasions
Cal
DJ
Full or part lime Apply
1502 Mack
Grosse
(kid stuffl)
and can
Scotty (31,,24052
Within
Village
Gnlle
POlnle
HIGH School JUnior with
prepare Simple meals
16930 Kercheval
excellent math grades
and appropnalely
su
120 TUTO~ING EDU<ATlON
CARPENTERS,
la.
10 assist Intertor de- WAIT. Staff part- time
pefVIse
e Ie menta ry
borers painters needsigner for 2 3 weeks
age
children
Please
Apply
after
11 am
ed
for
remodeling
GROSSE POINTE
In July & August and
call
Sarah
at
20513 Mack
Grosse
company
Leave thor
next summer
Send
LEAR:-;ING CENTER
(313)258-6526
POinte
Woods
ough
message
don
t
SenC"r ,977
resume
to POBox
-------Transportallon
nOI re
go to operator
313
04077 cIa
Grosse
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qUlred
884 3883
POInte
News
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GROSS-E-P-o-,-nt-e--H--u--nt
cheval
Grosse
TEACHER'S
aSSistants
313-343-0836
Club looking for child
POinte
MI
48236
needed
Vanable
care proVIder for the
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Call Aboul Having
shifts Please call Car MANICURISTBecome
tennis
faCility
Men
01 Miller
9am
3pm
self
employed
wrth
day- Fnday
approxI
In
Monday
& Tuesday
some clientele helplul
mately 9am 3pm Ap
(313)881
2255
The
(313)882'6900
ext 3
Francesco s In The
pomtments
on Iy call
GIVing Tree Montes
Village
(313)882
(313)882-4100
ask
son School
2550
for Bnan
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'
Sewer Cleanmg Serv1ce974 VCRRepair
Shutters
975 VacuumSales/service
Snow Removal
976 VeoUabOllServIce
Slone
977 WaJlWashln9
SWlmm,ngPool Semce 960 WindoW5
TVJRadlOlCBRadio
96\ Wiridr:N< Washing
TelephoneInstallabon 982 \'\bodbumer se""""
rile Work
963 Wrougl\llron
Grosse Pointe News
Cement Worf<
ChimneyCleanll1Q
ChunneyRep8lr
DrywalllPlasteoog
=~ra:'1ors
~~ EJedncaI SetvK:eS
Excavabng
Boals Parts & MaJntenance934
Boat SblfageI Dod<nlg
935 Fences
RrBjllaces
Campers
936 Floor SandlnglRefimshlng
MoIorbikes
937
Floors
Motorcycles
938
Fumt\llre RefimshlllgJ
Motor Homes
Snowmobiles
939 Uptlolstenng
Trailers
940 Glass AutomobYe
Glass Resldenbal
WaterSports
941 MtrrOIlI
942 Garages
landscapersiGaroenets
419 Buik!mgMa_rs
-REHJ:-;W-&-lOTS-FOR--W
~
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=.IeICons!gnmentflSllops (see Ths _I
945 Gulters
946 Handyman
ANIMALS
HOMES FOR SALE
947 Hauling
500 Animals Adopt A Pet
"See ... Magarne _
"Y_' 948 HeabngAnd Cooling
502 Horses For Sale
lor aI CIassrlied Real Em .. ods
949 Insuiabon
Jan/tonalSerw:es
503 HouseholdPets For Sale ------950 LawnMowerI
504 Humane SooebeS
GUIDE 10 SERVICES
505 Lost And Found
llOO "" CooQillonlng
951 Snow Blower Repair
506 Pet Breed"'9
1lO1 Alarm I~epalr
95Z ~eum
Locksmltl1
507 Pet ~
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QS3 0'll""l%ers
508 Pel G!OOITllng,
903 AppEIlGe RepBlrs
Il54 f'aj~tJng
509 Pet BoardmglSiller
904 Asphalt Pa.. ng Repa.
510 Ammal ServIces
905 AutolTrucl<Repa~
10~
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We reserve Itle nght to
200 HelpWantedGeneral
each ad underlis appropnate 201 Help Wanled Bab%'lter
heading The publisher rese<vei02 Help Wanled Clenall
the ngl1tto ed~or rejOClad
203 Het:,cal
copy subfluttedfor pubhcaoon 204 HelpWanted Domesbc
~
&AlU.5WlNIS: 205 HelpWanted Legal
RospooSlbllrtylor claSSIfied
206 Help Wanted Part Time
_,ng
erm.eISIlmrtedto 207 Help Wanled Sales
edher a cancellatlon01 the
20B Help wanted Nurses
cIwge '" a re-ruo or the
AId"'" C<lnvalescenl
~=,n~~forbon
209 Help Wanled
cooectJon III the IoIow1ng
Management
Issue We assume no
respoosibirty lor the same after
the firs1Inser1JOfl
YOUc~'lIf
PORT
Sanilac
superb BRICK
lakefront
with
lakefront cottage, sandeep canal (10 Mile)
dy beach no stairs 4
2 bedroom
2 ball1,
bedroom
2
bath
II repl ace
F 10 nda
sleeps 10 Fully equlroom
garage
full
ped charming
decor
basement
SpectacuFireplace
$1 2001
lar
v.ew
$1 300
week 3134182229
(313)8210165
~-;:.=...
:
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
609
726 WAT!~FRONT
IlINIAl
HARBOR
Spnngs
luxe condo sleeps 6,
LAKE St Clair
Newly
72S RENlAlS/llASING
POOl
JacuzzI
lake
bUilt 4 bedroom coloNO~TH MICHIGAN
near golf/
shOPPing
mal
3 baths,
file$1 ,200/
week
LAKEVILLE.
la_
...kef~~~;
place
Garage
base1?4R\644 7R7~
'2 ",:_,c,
--ment (NO pelS) l bOO
rooms basement
sesquare
feet
$1 500/
HARBOR
Spnngs
4
rene and qUiet 1 hour
month {586)764-9619
bedroom
2 1/2 bath
from
Grosse
POinte --------_
condo
pool
tenms
PROVENCE
St Remy
(No
pets)
$1,125 LEXINGTON.
2
bedgreat
locationLittle
18C
farmhouse
remonth!
$950 month
room lakefront home
T
naverse
Bay
golt
(586)7649619
Sandy beach
Decks,
cently resto red 4 bed
course
(248)626
cathednal ceiling dish.
rooms,
3
baths
776 IIIATWRONT
7538
washer
Sleeps
6
sleeps
6- 10, gour
RINTll
$7001 week $2,5001
met s kitchen,
pool
PORT
Sanilac,
Lake
month (810)385-8812
on water
poolhouse
garden
Huron beach
6 bed- 1 bedroom
Secure
lighted
park
Fax
your ads 24 hours'
From
$950/
week
room
3 baths
UpIng $395
(3t~331313-343-5569
(303}838-9570
dates throughout 81 02840
499-4444
[email protected]
com
AUTOMOTM
Secretanal servICeS
Tax 50""""
408 FUmilure
653
TransportatJonlTravei 409 Ga!ageIY~
Sale 654
410 Ho-JseholdSales
655
AherabollslTartoong
411 Jewelry
656
Home De<:orabng
412 MISGelIaneous
Artcles
657
SlJprovers
413 MUSlCaIInslNmenls
658
Rna'lClalservices
414 Officelbusrness Equrpmeot659
Contnbulions
4I 5 WantedToBuy
660
VldeoSerYlCeS
~=EquljllTll!nt
001
Photography
416 Toys!Games
s~om
723 VACATION IlINUlS
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
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0
GENfRAI. QASSiREDS
1160FIlCE/COMMERCIAI
fOR ~!NT
OFFICE
space
for VilLAGE.
pnme
hll)t
lease Ihls recently refloor retail space Call
modeled
1,400 sq ft
Dean
at
313884of
executive
office
1414
space has easy access to freeways and
720 ~OOMS FOR«ENT
downtown
Recent up
grades
mclude
new
NEFF.
DetrOit, 2 bedk lIchen
new
baths
room,
$325/
month
new carpet new wallplus utilities
18 30
paper
4 pnvate offipreferred,
(313)319ces
reception
a rea
0079
and conference
room
INDIVIDUAL
orole,slDnal Of/IceS and sUites
1414
beautifully
decorated
by
Pel1mutter
F ne RECENTLY
renovated
wald conveniently
lofor professional
offl.
cated at 10 Mile near
ces On Kercheval
In
I 94 If you are InterGrosse Pomte Farms
ested
10
premium
On site parking for 3
space, you should see
vehicles
313.343these ImpreSSive offi5588
ces
Competitively
ROSEVILLE11 Mile
prtced
Many amenities
available
Call
(between
Grabot
&
Groset>eck) 1,200 sq
Barb
at
(586)n9ft (586)954 2728
7810
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team
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older
sd>ool,"l:to mah 'lOW'
fema Ie client
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dlam> "' ... -.
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ence references, com
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good
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207 HilI' WANTEDSAlES
207 HEl~ WANTEDSAllS
SALES
Est
1923 Russell Slover Candl8s ISAmenca s
ieadlng boxed chocoiaoor
We currently W'fe ~~~~~R~posrtlOn
a.all
In
Grosse POlntelWarren
& surround ng areas
Sunmary
ot job resp & Qua .'lcal.lOnS
'P,ovlde service suppor1 & merchandiSing to f>ach
account (rlean rolatp & arrange dIsplays complete
& ma,ntaln mventor;
respond to customer dalms &
educate store elen,s about RUSSPIISlo.er programs)
'Rasp for orde"og & <piling add~looal produc1 at \he
store level w!1lle StOV1ngto exceed est goals
'Worle og ~OU(s up to 201 wi< Monday Fnday
between the hours 01Bam 5prn
'Abollty 10 11ft30 Ibs Must ha.e reliable
fransportat,c'ln 3M rroof of Insurance
~2 3 years retail or merchandlSlOg exp preferred
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Thursday, July 22,2004
Grosse Pointe News
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JOO SITUATIONS WANHD
UIYSITTE~S
-ATiENnoNby MICHIGAN LAW
DAY CARE FAJdlJIlES
(In home & cenlers)
must show their
current license to vour
advertlsmg
representative
when placmg your ads
Clssslfleds
(313)882-6900 ext. 3
302 S1TUATlON~ WANTED
CONVALESCENT CUE
401)
ANTlQU ES/(OL LHIII LES
KELL Y HOME CARE
SERVICES
-24 YEARS
EXPERIENCE IN
HOME HEALTH CARE"
Nurses
Home Health Aides
live In 24 hour cover
age 7 dd\ S ~er week
866-835-3385 loll free
Bonded
rhe red
CANCELLED'!!
Bath Clly Assoclallon
Antiques Garage Sale
July 24th & 25th
(To be rescheduled)
586 469 1199 or
5864635323
------HISTORIC Bntlsh phone
booth circa 1936 An
tlque
V,ctorlan
Iron
fence
approximately
~
0('1
LARGE
2 piece pine
1890 s chma cabinet
Bel1<ey And Gay mahogany 2 door book
case
4
matchmg
chairs dl'1lng room ta
ble (313)8233199
THANK YOU
NANNY
available start
late September
Monday
Thurday
8 OOam- 2 30pm
Dr
an ytlme In between
Excellent
Grosse
POinte
references
Call Gina (586)295
0473
109
NANNY seeking full ume
poslbon 10 your home
CPR
references
Donna 586-771-5554
leave message
I~h/""N
'l",m,w,,(,//'
ADULT & semor care
Quality & expenenced
10- home care References. (586)463-6542
CAREGIVER
team
available
Expenenced Cared for 95
year old woman for
over 11 years Lookl\1g for long term care
rfllallonshlp for elderly
.....
oman. Call 586-5980324
ATTENTION:
'by MICHIGAN LAW
22,
313-300-9166
9lm.8pm
ES
OAK annorre wrth bev
eled mirror door circa
1900 $400 (313)882
8624
304 mUlliONS
WlNTlD
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ro.~s.Io~Tho2A
v
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Yom I em~ hlr 'rou !1lml;#
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406 ESTATESALES
6&4 Birch Lane Grosse
polnle Woods Thurs
day
Saturday
8am5pm Fumlture for all
rooms (313)8828188
r'
ave ,we.
r Ij
Bronze Lions (Ilfeslze)
pair Baker Mahogany
cuno cabinets Chippendale chest and double
bed wrth ball and claw
!feet Kln9 size carved
4 poster bed Alire Beacon- HIli, Chippendale
block-front chesl on
chest (2 PieceS)
Comer chma cabinets,
orl paintings lamps
IOam.4pm.
n."''''.....
recllnrng wing
Heal. 4- way
massage
$1,1671
new. very Irtlle use.
$495 313-461-4550
DREXEL
dll1lng room
set Buffet. hutch
3
leaves.
6
chairs
(586)943'9581
ENTERTAINMENT
cabl'
net (whrte- wash dls,
tress},
large
lower
storage.
receSSIng
doors.
$1.4001 new,
sell.
$450
Queen
slelg h
bed.
$150
Contrastmg
sofa set
(double wldtll chalf}.
$430
• or
separate
(313)882-5282
FANTASTIC
Federalstyle Mahogany dl",ng
room set wtlt1 8 IOlald
Mahogany
chair'S
made
In
England
(248)545-4110
HOOKER entertalnmenl
center oak excellent
condition
$250
56'
Width 51" he rght 20'
deep (586)264-4422
MORGANTON
nme
piece Mahogany dm.
Ing room
set
In
eludes double pedes
tal table With three
leaves and pads hve
Chippendale
nbbonbac k chal rs and one
anm chair, two Piece
china cabinet
small
chestl
selVe r
TWin
bed
head
&
foot
board Grosse POIOle
Pal1< (313}331 5683
- ------MOVING sale antique
hlqh chair
6 panel
oak door walnut dlnIn9 table
chairs &
Sideboard
(313)8815972
---WINGBACK
chair oak
entertainment
center
sunroom
furl1l1ure
dressers
cherry hall
table (313)884 0874
Visa & Mastercard
Accepted
't;:.~
P-OP-
desks
files
etc
Something
•
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newer
for everyone
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313-417-5039
ESTATE SALE
FRIDAY, JULY 23 AND SATURDAY JULY 24
9-00 A.M 400 I'M
191 LOTHROP. GROSSE POINTE FARMS
<Corn ... f lDduop .. d 1Wge.)
Thu Jam ~
home feanues 1940', and 19541',
fiun"u.l'C .. clud.. g blond. mohogaay dIJuog set.
bedroom .. , and oe<a&loaaltabl;ter
of 1940'.
burgundv npholstered arm chair, an .... dtes&er and
chest of draW .... mahogany fwnJture, maple funuture,
glass and Lua.e tabl.., 1970', ausbed 'fthet so&. and
cha"., Savonarolac1wr, and much more.
Decoratwe """'.Slndudtng pr of beautJfuj an dceo
floor lamps. T8" Rosevillevue, Hummels, phenomenal
collectlon of 1950's.O)" mdw!mB tnlcL, plan ...
boats, au),tary .oys, metal mlhtary and cOwbo,
ligunnes, and games, hundreds of newer dolls, large
wood.n bll .!up, 25 fabulou.s O=dea ccllCCt1on.
tons of costume l<welrv, VIntageclodung, punes, hats,
douns head ft5CS, h..ntasbC coJlecbOD of Jmna,
Hy-Rall pmc, Onenbl " ..... thousands ofkDJek.
bacia, lamps, old hne..., Cabnc,Chnstmas VIllages,
nerydav",.chen,
!'hIIII". .devuion and mnch. mOch
more. You are absolu.eIy gomg.o I""" th .. sale.
STREETNUMBERS HONORED AT SJOAM F1UOO\YO"ll.Y
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collectibles VIC10nan
se"ee Marble bust 2 pedestals 3loveseats wmq CMJr
Frerd1 st)1e arm chairs 6811and Claw &de chatr antlQve
leattler top tabfe assorted end tables decoratIVe lamps okt
Walnut mirror Baker dressing fa~ Lames drop 1ron1desk
knee"lofe
desk 11fttop sewmg chest Godey s pnnts
Oils framed
pnnts Old globe shelves o! books cIl,kIrens 1Sf ed COItee1J
Estate
'hon.- or (, P Rk-d
sale
of selected
b1e and MORE
tumtshlogs
bOOkends
and
anhque
ladge<s
rrOlT' Hillsdale
lawyar 0'870 IromHudson& SymngtanSToreearly 1900s
30 s & 70 s GotI mag",,,,"s
lots 01 ephemera
2 Sleuben
bowlS vase clrsh Mar; Gregor; vase Assoned old crystal
slemware plates and glassware cut ~
Wedgwood Lenox
and Spode demrtasse sets Royal Albert lea set WIllow teapot
3 RoyalCopenhagendIShes "'nd~a blcds PIeces01 l moges
Hef&nd
Waterford
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2 Sets of nICe S4tverplalenatware Small decoratrve and ~lectl
bIe 'lams Small bisque <lolls 2 Rubl>e< dolls Toos o' S1u11ed
antmals
large MCker baslnette ~ bolfes Old Oak Tefect1rorr
doct< mam'e clockS AntjQue ,ron and brass aoo rens brass
lender V nlage aod 60 s gowns gent s formal wear ladieS
clothes i1C<'essones lewelry Old qUilt ~iP'COI'd.c, okj mu~
e+ectro(uc.;
& plant
chairs
on
lufchen
Items
appt ances
WOOdard
small
tatwe and
other sets of porcn furniture
Set of 6 rush
and k Icl1en 'INOOc table King Slle mattress
frame
Gotf Clubs Chnstmas Items Some tools
lots 01fun things IOf all tastes great house
Make a poml 10 Slop buy
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Chairs
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table
Old desk
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"27228 East Crestmont III Rosevtlle
011&96 North servtce dn ve lIelWeen
Grallot and Groesbeck.
Thursday Fnday and Saturday July 22 24 lOam 6pm
This bea ut tlul estate IS the fonner home of a wonderful
ItalJancouple It Is packedand I meanpacked WIth
antiquesand collectibles Antique Inlant of Praguechalk
statue with vestments A complete Calholle treasure
t,ove Hundredsof old ,ellllloU3 ilems Including ,osarles
Jeons stalUes and mOfe The anllque
of-
Hayworth desk With file drawers plus an
office full of classiC 1940 s Shaw- Walker
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CHAIR,
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j\.1nlage Chnstmas
.3 bedroom chests hand painted Side
board. anUque round pine table wing chair
drop- leaf table. 011paintings.
Items
furniture Includes a RARE1870s Eastlakeslyle matching
parlor set wllh platfonn rocker 2 Side chaIrs settee and
arm chair 100 pieces of antique hand made linens all Ln
!pristine condilion Maloney art work. Antique easels Very
GROSSE POINTE FARMS
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ESTATE SALE
194 STEFfmNS ROAD.
fKJDAY Bt SA11.JKDAY
JULY 23RD. 24m 9AM. 3PM.
Too much to IIstl
Mahogany Interiors
Royal Oak, MI
.Boudolr
Complete Confidentiality
medals pins prints
Whole condo folk.5J
furniture. knick knacks. tools. etc.
Friday July 23rd 8f'
saturday July 24th
403 fU~NITU~E
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Lingerie 'Llnens 'Tllxtlles
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Established 20 years
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care Nurse assistant
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shde m
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Complete House
stove
refngerator.
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ces (246)544-1547
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1622
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1789
Hunllngton
Grosse
POinte Woods
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EXPECT THE BEST
ProfeSSional
Housekeeping
Laundry & Ironrng
Seasonal Yard Work
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Satrshed Customers
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409 GARAGE/YUD/
U~EMINT ~AL!
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USEMINT Hl!
ABBEY Estate Sale- Fn 1040 & 1045 Hollywood
1656 Hampton
Fnday. 21650 Edmunton
(be- 70 Cambndge
Grosse
day. Saturday
9am
Thursday
Fnday
Saturday 10- 4 Plentween Mack! Harper)
POinte
Farms
011
5pm Centerline. 8300
B 30
300
Toys.
ty of good stuffl
Grosse
POint
Blvd
be
Salurda y
Su nclay
Kaltz (South of 10
bikes. art wol1< furmtween
Moross
and
9a m
4p m
Huge
19010
Chandler
Pal1<
Mile
East oft Van
ture household Items.
Kerby Saturday 9am
Drtve (second house
sale Homewares col
Dyke) Jewelry
bone
much more
4pm All profits donatoff Moross) Blue Willectlbles
electroniCs
chma cups! saucers
ed to SandCastles
low 8 place setlings
furniture galore etc
deSigner purses
ce
15219
Essex.
Grosse
Henry
Ford
Heal\h
---------plus completer pIeces
ramlC
art
wol1<
Jewel
POinte
Park
(Between
ADDUCC~ DUMOUCHEllE
System Gnef Support
air conditioners
Hoory. fumlture
Lakepol nte 1 Beacons
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field) Thurdsay- SaturDIamonds. Jewelry
costume lewelry
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ens much morel SatRoller blades
skate
8am 2pm Crib ;ra'
Immediate Paymentr
years of stuffl Some
urday, 10a m
4p m
ramp
books,
CDs
die. household Items
Artwork Antlquesantiques
Hope
10 see
you
Saturday. 71 24 8am.
hockey
eqUipment
Pamtlngs. Flatware,
there I
3pm
treadmill
15231 Wrndmlll POinte
Silver Holloware
----------1955 Huntington 4 faml758 Lakepo,nteToys,
(comer
Lakepolnte
(313)300-9166
Iy garage sale Fnday, 486
Shelboume
(four
clolhes, furniture. exWindmill POinte) Mullor 1-800-475-9166
Saturday.
9am
4pm
hOuses
South
of
erclse
eqUipment,
ap
5 Kercheval Avenue
family fund raiser gaClolhlng. house ware,
MaCk, between 7 and
pi lances Fnday- Sun
Grosse Pomte Farms
rage sale 11ems for
sporting goods futon,
8 Mile) Fnday Saturday 9am. 3pm
the
garden.
home.
ANTIQUES
and more
stereo
day lOa- 6p Treas- 76 Hawthorne. Grosse
Chnslmas
toys and
Saturclay. 9am- 5pm
Woodmont
ures and Junk Anllque
Pomte Shores Thurs.
Sunday. lOam- 5pm
extenslVe collection of 21130
(Mack! Haper) Saturlovers 1850 V,ctonao
day.
Friday.
8a m
1165 Cad,eux Grosse
vmyls
and
much
clay 9am- 2pm (313)
walnut bed and dressFree snacks & bever
Pornte Park
more
Friday- Satur885-0493
GE True
erl mirror (excellent
ages
day 9am-3pm
Temp
stove.
whrte
condrtlon)
InqUire
GE refngerator
water
bed only at 313-885- 789 Canterbury Grosse
15335 Windmill
Pomte
POinte Woods Thurs
dispenser
GE
pot
0428
day- Saturday
lOam
(Jefferson to Bedford
scrubber
portable
I
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CI
5
Wh t bed
John King
to Windmill
Pornte),
dishwasher whrte GE 5
sisters
t
air
pm
Ie
room
313-961.0622
space mak~r Xl1BOO
Shores
19816 Calr'
miscellaneous
Fnday,
Saturday,
-Chp & Save ThiS Ado
9a m 3p m
Mulb
microwave,
white All
fomla (West of Harp- CIassI1ieds 313-882-6900
x3
applrances
excellent
er) Fnday
Saturday. '"'- ....., No .. _ft. __
family Somelhmg for
ESTATE
Auction
July
condrtJon
Beds
9am
4pm
,.....vr2425
Saturday
everyone I No early
dressers Much more
lOam. Sunclay, Noon
blrdsl
406 !STAT( SALES
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5555 14 Mlle. Sterling
Heights
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Grosse
POinte for 20 years
(586)725-0178/ Mana
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CONVAlfS(!NT CAR!
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40b ES!ATE SALES
409 GARAGE/YA~D,
US!MEN! SAt!
BOOKS
WANTED
303 SITUATIONS WANTED
DAY (ARE
NANNYI caregiver p;K DAY CARE FACILITIES
time
Aefereooes
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current license to
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bYSIt1lng poSitions un
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for house keeping rn
ble
mommg
afterGrosse
POinte The
noons and evemngs
best references availIn your home Reliable
able
Ironrng. wash
Grosse Pomte referIng
Windows.
etc
ences. excellent With
Please call Michelle
mfants and toddlers.
(313)377-7002
non-smOking wtlt1 vehicle Warm, fnendly. AAA
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and newer
Collection
01 porcelam
birds
Includln8 Gollel Norltake lea sel Lots 01 cookbooks
tools
relro lterns and 01 course all thE" normal household
Items mcludlng a like new Maytag slove
But keep gomg Sale number two'
"892.1 Embassv Sterlmg HeIghts Off Ullca Road
jl1$t North of 18Mile Fnday-and Saturdayon!y
A small estate Wlth rerro and neWer Items Bedroom
beds leather Jove seat e.xqulsl te marble
dining room set and Sideboard crocks
sel
and normal household
Both 01 these homes are smoke jree and very clean
Hope to see you Please call for more mfo
Cyndl58&<>7:>-5739 Vicld 586-81 H1498
MICIIAB.
HARTT
MICHAEL HARIT
ESTATE SALES
(313)822-0840 (313)942-4944
FRIDAY, SATURDAY. SUNDAY
JULY 23, 24 &: 25
9:00AM- 6:00PM
11 16 1/2 IROQUOIS, DETROIT
THIS HISTORIC INDIAN VILLAGE
CARRIAGE HOUSE WILL FEATURE
RARE MUSEUM QUALITY
ANTIQUES FROM A 45 YEAR
ANTIQUE COLLECTOR.
199 L cadillac Fleetwood Brougham. mint
condllion
(never- seen winter) 2 red
semi, anliq.;e Persian 10'x 1.3 ruqs Persian
Runner Sarouk Persian rug, 5 Persian
Hamadans
Amencan Walnut half canopy
bed c 1850 Amencan Empire mahogany
Acanthus carved paw feet dining table 4
mahogany Amencan Empire chairs c 1840
Amencan Empire carved paw feet breakfast
table c 1840 Amencan Empire mahogany
Acanthus carved paw feel card table c J 850
Mitchells &: Rammelsberg
walnut halltree
c 1870 Amencan Rococo pierced carved
arm chairs (2) c 1850 .3 piece
bedroom set mahogany sleigh bed paw
feet &: 2 carved dressers paw feet &: dolphl
mIrrors c 1890 carved walnut library table
With 2 secret drawers c 1860 mahogany
carved <;Ideboard cabmel c J 8S0 Art Deco
burTed walnut bed crystal chandelier wrth
crystal pnsm<; c 1<)25 VICtonan bra'iS
chandelrerl
carvE'd grarws c 1860
Large French bronze clock
I <)th
cenlury clock hand pamted horses
porn'lam
cloc~ c 1880 AmE'ncan FE'deral
Recamler (famtrng couch) c 1800 Amencan
'>ecrelary de~k bookcase
walnut t 18';0
12 Lionel Vmlaqe m .. tal bUlldrngs MI~slOn
SIdeboard
"ntage mU<;lral rn<;trumenl<;
bassoon clanni't
Celtic harp A~tro lamp
c 1850 Signed bronle Handel lamp
Chlcaqo bra 'is &: bronze rE'ver<;(" parntE'd
lamps (21 Amentan
Vrctonan ~11"er le<1 <;<'1
( 1870 Gla'iSware b) Tiffany 5tE'uben (,alle
Ifawkes Lo£'t? Pa,rpolnle
Webb 5terllnq
S,iver candlE'<;llrks I' pair! Cum ..r & I;('s
pnnts Montallqe Dawson "'1ann" <;<, n.
Amencan Nail\(' IndIan pnnl <;tqned /l( daled
1871 Dolen<; of other antiquE' pnnt~ ~ new
"rndo"
air condltroner-;
lawnmow"r
/l( '1"~
"dger Pmq pong table from Boo~ (<1dlllac
IlotE'1 vrntaqE'rlolh",q
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clothE'<; Favqo a<1"er1lo;('m"nl cloc k )' wdry
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a~toundlnq (oll"rllOn
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NUMBERS 8AM fKlDAY
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