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                                                                                                                                                                                           South boosters
  Sunday, May 30
    Grosse POinte's Greatest Garage
  Sale takes place today and Monday,
  May 3t from 10 a m to 5 pm each
                                                                                                                                                                                           want to renege
     The sale takes place In the three.
  level municipal parking structure In the
  Village behind the former Jacobson's
                                                                                                                                                                                           on lights pact
  bUilding between Notre Dame and St                                                                                                                                                        By Brad Lindberg                            opportumtles for students to
  Clair                                                                                                                                                                                     Staff Wnler                                 use that facility"
     Proceeds benefit the annual Santa                                                                                                                                                         Representatives     of the                  Matt Outlaw,         South's
  Claus Parade, which celebrates liS 29th                                                                                                                                                   Grosse Pomte Public School                  assistant prinClpal for ath.
  year In 2004 Admission IS $1 per per-                                                                                                                                                     System -        accused last                letics, projected 30 to 40
  son per day                                                                                                                                                                               March of holdmg a stealth                   hghted events for the 2004-
     For more information, call (313) 886.                                                                                                                                                  millage eleevon when many                   05 season
  7474 or ViSitwww thevillagegp com                                                                                                                                                         seDlor CitIZens were away at                   "We're trymg to aVOIda
                                                                                                                                                                                            theU' wmter homes - are on                  numbers game where we
  Monday, May 31                                                                                                                                                                            a fast track to VOIda 1995                  don't     have      flexlbl1lty,"
                                                                                                                                                                                            agreement      hnntmg      the              Outlaw said "Down the
    Memonal Day City, U S Postal
                                                                                                                                                                                           number of events under the                   road It mIght be 21 hke
  Servrce and Secretary of State offices
                                                                                                                                                                                            hghts on the South HIgh                     North It nnght be 42"
  are closed Trash pickup ISdelayed one                                                                                                                                                     School athletlc field                          South's hght towers were
  day                                                        Memorial Day event                                                                                                               Chns Fenton, aSSIstant                    lDstalled mne years ago.
                                                               The community la invited to honor those who have served and                                                                  supenntendent for busmess                   CounCIL members at the
    A lakeSide service Will be held atl0
                                                             died for our nation at a IakMlde service on Memorial Day, Mon.                                                                 affaIrs,     receIved      CIty             time hnnted their use to SIX
  a m at the Grosse          POinte War                                                                                                                                                     approval to begm detmlmg                    tlmes per year, hghts out at
  Memonal,    32 Lakeshore,       Grosse                     day, May 31. at 10 a.m. at the Groue Pointe War Memorial.
                                                               The lakeside service will feature keynote speaker. WWiam D.                                                                  the proposal to the Farms                   10 pm. and no weekends
  POinte Farms
                                                             Gilbride Jr .• War Memorial board chainnaD, along with the U.S.                                                                City counCil in June, not in                   "Our mtention IS to have
                                                             Marine Corps Honor Guard and memben of the Grosse Pointe                                                                      July as CItyoffiCialB  suggest-              those games over by 10
    The Grosse Pomte Woods Hlstoncal                                                                                                                                                       ed                                           pm.," Parke SaId
  Commission honors those who served                         American Legion Post 80S. the V.F,W.A1ger-HotrDumPost 393. the
                                                             V.F.W.Bruce Post 1148 Ritual Firing Team. KIlights of Columbus                                                                   "Our boosters w1l1 be on                     A fourth      reqUlrement
  In the usa at the Memonal Day                                                                                                                                                            vacation then," Fenton told                  made the school pubhsh a
  Ceremony at 10 a m at the Circle of                        Fourth Degree, local scout troops and Grosse Pointe Veterans
                                                             Club. Music will be provided by the Motor City Brass Band.                                                                     counCIlmembers tms week                     notice when llghts are to be
  Honor on Vernier west of Mack
                                                               The Grosse Pointe War Memorial la located at S2 Lakeshore.                                                                     The $16.8 1Ollhon smkmg                   used
    In case of Inclement weather, the cer.
                                                             north of Fisher Road. in Grosse Pointe Farms.                                                                                  fund m11111ge  passed by 454                   Rather than wait to make
  emony Will be held In the Parcells
                                                                                                                                                                                            votes m March Now school                    a proposal lD July, Fenton
  Middle School audltonum
                                                                                                                                                                                            offiCials want a rush deCl-                 won cIty counCll permIssIon
                                                                                                                                                                                            slon on the number of mght-                 thiS week for a presentation
  Wednesday, June 2                                                                                                                                                                         time happemngs         on the               June 7 dunng a SpeCialwork
     Come to Services for Older CItizens                                                                                                                                                    South athletIc field _ sport-               seSSIon The session has
  at 11 a m for lunch and a talk With                                                                                                                                                       mg and otheTWlse                            been added Immet!.lately
  Ahmed Ismail of Speed I Photo He WIll                                                                                                                                                        "We would hke ultimate                    pnor to the Farms regular
  talk about the different ways to pre-                                                                                                                                                     use," Fenton saId                            counCll meetmg
  serve your precious memones                                                                                                                                                                  Joe Parke, preSIdent of                     Two weeks later, June 21,
     For more Information, call (313) 882-                                                                                                                                                  the South Booster Club,                     the sequence wl1l fup-flop. A
  9600.                                                                                                                                                                                     antlClpated USlDgthe Itghts                 SpeCial meetmg of the City
                                                                                                                                                                                           for addmg          "commuDlty                counCil has been scheduled
  Thursday, June 3                                                                                                                                                                         events" such as mghttrme                     pnor to a work sessIOn
    A class of second graders at Kerby                                                                                                                                                     awards ceremonies                               "The pubhc would hke to
  Elementary School     IS holding a car                                                                                                                                                      Counctlman             Peter              know what the burden Wlll
  wash to raise money for Fnends of                                                                                                                                                        Waldmelr pressed school                      be on them," Waldmeir sood
  Calakmul, a non-profit organization                                                                                                                                                      offiCials for the total annual                  "We don't want to hnnt
  dedicated to the conservation of the                                                                                                                                                     number of events expected                    ourselves and are back
  Calakmul Biosphere Reserve In south.                                                                                                                                                     to reqwre hghts                              before the counClI m five
  em MeXICOThe car wash Will be held at                                                                                                                                                       Fenton Cited North HIgh,                  years," Outlaw SaId
  the Kerby parkJng lot from 1 to 3 p m                                                                                                                                                    where the school system                         Waldmen         anticIpated
  The cost IS $5                                                                                                                                                                           used discretIonary authonty                  opposition at the CIty public
                                                                                                                                                                                           to schedule 21 mght games                    heanng
     The Grosse POinte North and South                                                                                                                                                     last year                                      "rve gotten a lot of tele-
  High School Jazz Band Will open the                                                                                                                                                         "Half      were     football              phone calls - a lot more
  2004 Smile Enhancement StudiO MUSIC                                                                                                                                                      games," he said "The rest                    oppOSItion than support,"
  on the Plaza concert senes m the                                                                                                                                                         were soccer and lacrosse"                    Waldmelr Sllld
  Village at St Clair and Kercheval begin-                                                                                                                                                    South would host addl-                      "Sound at 8 or 9 p.m IS
  ning at 7 p m                                                                                                                                                                            tlOnal events,        mcludmg                more of a problem for seDlor
     In case of Inclement weather, con-                                                                                                                                                    "track      meets,     maybe,"               Cltlzens 1D the area than the
  certs Will be held In the Maire                                                                                                                                                          Fenton said "The Idea (at                    hghts," saId Terry DaVIS,
  Elementary School gym                                                                                                                                         PIIoto by Dale Pegg        South) IS to expand the use                  counCllman ~In thiS Issue,
     For more Information, call (313) 866-
  7474 or VISit wwwthevillagegp com                          CoP. Theatre hands over first                                                                                                 of that field and expand                           See LIGHTS, page SA

                                                             of five checks for elevator
                                                                Grosse Pointe Theatre macle a special pre-closlng presentation
                                                              on Saturday. May 15. just prior to the ftnal performance of ~The
                                                             WIDRogen Follies" by gi'fing the ftnt of five $10,000 checks to
  OpinIon...........                           6A             the Grosse Pointe War Memorial for its elevator project. Pledging
  Seniors .. . ..... ... . ....               10A             $50.000 toward the project dubbed "Access to AIl" In October                                                                    Home: Grosse Pomte
                                                             2003 ($10,000 per year for the next five years), the generosity of                                                                    Woods
  Schools.                                   .13A             GPT patrons and memben made this ftnt presentation poufble                                                                      Family: Husband,
  Autos...                                    14A             In just seven month8. Pictured are War Memorial President Dr.                                                                     MIchael Dunn, father.
                                                             Mark Weber, GPT President Dennis WlcJillne. GPT Treasurer Mary                                                                     PhIllip Savalle, three
  Obltuanes. .                                15A            Lou Britton, and GPT Long Ranie Planning Committee Chair.                                                                          step-chlldren, Michelle,
  BUSiness                                    16A            woman Theresa SalVaggio.                                                                                                           Bnan and Kelly Dunn
                                                                The elevator project wW break ground In October and will take                                                                 Claim to fame: Recently
  Entertainment                                6B            appronmately six months to complete. When flntshed, the pro-                                                                       named among 2004's
                                                                                                                                                                                                Women of DJstmctlOn
  Classified ads                               6e            ject will Include wheelchair acceu to the Fries Auditorium from
                                                             the rear of the facility. a barrier-free lavatory on the second floor                                                              by the GIrl Scouts of
                                                             of the Alger HOUHImmediately adjacent to the new elevator. ad                                                                      Amenca
                                                             an enclosed wa1Jl:wayfrom the Alger HoUlle to the Cryatal Ball-                                                                  Quote: "I've always
                                                             room. The total project cost fa e%peCted to reach $650,000.                                                                        beheved In educatIOn
                                                                GPT still has a $40.000 commitment to complete the project                                                                      and helping promotmg
                                                             and would welcome donations of any aiR toward thia project.                                                                        other people to move
                                                             Anyone who would like to contribute may send a donation                                                                            forward, and support
                                                             payable to Graue PoiDte Theatre and DOting "Accea to AIl" on                                                                       mg them m that
                                                             the memo Une to: Grosee Pointe Theatre. 3115 Fiaher, Groese                                                                        endeavor"                JOHJlblne SavaDe-Dnnn
                                                             Pointe. MI 48230.                                                                                                                See story, page 4A

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2A                                   News                                                                                                                                                                                                                May 27,2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Grosse Pointe News

   yesterday's headlines                                                                                                       50 years ago this week
                                                                                                                                  .      ....,
50 years ago this week                       tnal before Park Judge C           •    The three     Grosse
  • Two 19-year-old Grosse                   Joseph Belanger                 Pomtes served by the Farms
Pomte men may escape                            The p81r are charged With    water filtratIon plant must
penalties ofthe law proVlded                 steahng several bottles of      conform to restnctIons on
they enhst In the Armed                      beer from the house of a        the outdoor use of water
Semces        before    next                 Park man Judge Belanger            Due to excess water
Wednesday, the date of their                 Will drop the charges If they   demand      created by the
                                             enlIst before gomg to tnal      Pomtes' fast-groWing devel-
                                                                              opment, reSIdents of even-
                                                                              numbered dwellIngs m the
       .~JvI                                    IUDUlftOI                     Farms, City and Shores can
                                                                             only spnnkIe their lawns
   . ,. ~rty                                 PARtY SUPPLIES                  and gardens on even-num-
        }J~dventure                          ILLSCB. culsm                   bered calendar days People
                                                                             hvmg m odd-numbered
 Fathers                             Day                                     homes must IlIDlt watenng
                                                                             to odd-numbered days
                 Party Supplies                                                 • Constructlon on Mack
                                                                             Avenue between Moross
               Everything for Dad                                            and Vernier In Grosse

 r10%OFF                                 I
                                                                             POInte Woods enters Its
                                                                             final stages thIs week.
                                                                                Work to expand the street
' rr            Any Pu rchase r
           At Partv Adventure            I
       Free Deliveryl
       Call for details                                                        3°.IiCLl1~                ~O              Ground broken for Christ Church
                                                                              ~                                ~
                                                                                                                         educational building

                                                                              =                                =                        of the cODgregatJon and several hundred young.ten armed
                                                                                                                               MaDy memben
                                                                             YEAR AKOlJIIlD RESORT                    with toy ahovela gather to witneN ground breaking    ceremoDletl for the new
                                                                                     STYLE LIVING                     education builclinl to be built on Christ Church property acIJacent to the
                                                                                                                      audltonum-gymnuium       under conatructJon at Groue Pointe RJch SChool.
                                                                             IfARBOR. WJB SOOI1I                      The quonaet structure Is the n1U'lflry school on the Country Day property.
                                                                                       Apartments ~                   wblcb baa been acquired by the Graue Pointe Board of Education. Christ

                   COVlA.~LLVlIleVvtCl Vtj ...                                    Yacht Harbor offers ..
                                                                                                                      Church's education buildIng wt11 CHt $200,000. (JI'rom the May 27. 19M
                                                                                                                      Graue Pointe News. Photo by Fred Runnella.)
                                                                                  lakefront apartments

       11~!Y         b
                                      LI'1,-l1oVlA..e sHw..~te
                                                                                right on Lake St. Clalrl
                                                                               -New Eurl>Style Kitchens-
                                                                                                                     mto a boulevard should be enlargmg the traffic Island
                                                                                                                    completed wlthm a few and stralghtemng a portIOn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Miller, both of Grosse Pointe
                                                                                                                                                   ofVemIer to elmunate a jog                                                              • Andrew RIchner Will
                                                                                 -Pnvate Yacht Harbor-
 ~~~""                        ~      pLc,~ up S del~ver~                       .fREE IlEAT ar WA1'I!R'.
                                                                                                                    25 years ago this week
                                                                                                                                                   in the road Federal funds
                                                                                                                                                  Will cover 90 percent of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        carnp81gn for a second term
                                                                                    -Enormous Wood                                                                                                                                      on the Wayne County Board
                                                                                     Decks ~ Patios-                   • The Youth Servlce cost.                                                                                        of COmmISSIOners
       U         U            ~      decorahl'1,g ~dv~c,e                      .Poollk Fitness Facility-            DiVISIongets a reprieve .        • An ordmance prolublt-
                                                                                                                       The diVlsIon, whIch sta- mg blmkmg and ammated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           RIchner, a Repubhcan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        from Grosse Pomte Park
                         \)                                                    -Waterfront Clubhouse-
                                                                             -VoJleyballl!t Horseshoe Pits-         tions pohce officers III SIgns IS pas5ed in Grosse                                                                  and fonner CIty counCIlman,
                                                                                 -Friendly 'BoatTown'               Grosse Pomtes' two public Pornte Woods                                                                              is one of only two Republi-
                 ~ou'Ve Vil)/er gotteVi. SO V\{aVi.~\{eVi,ts                 Atmosphere-                  hIgh schools and handles                                                                                            cans serVlDgon the county's
                                                                                   Immediate AvaJlablllty          Juvernle cnme commumty- 10 years ago this week                                                                       I5-member board.
                                                                                   We are worth the vIsll           Wide, Will rem8lll operatmg      • After standmg for near-
                Yandernp ..                       'UplioCstery                  call or visit us for spedaJs        at current levels             ly 80 years - and for the                                                             5 years ago this week
                                                                                                                       The pubhc school system most part unused dunng the                                                                 • The Grosse Pointe War
               28709 Harper Ave 'Sl Clair Shores. 3 BIks S of 12 Mile        (586)791-1441                          WIll fund 25 percent of the past       three   decades     -                                                        Memorial h05ts Its 50th con-
                                     586772.9910                                   Harbor Club South                diVIsIon's actl VltIes, the VernIer sch91l1has Itsg date                                                            secutIve Memonal Day cere-
                         www.yand.rli        p ~ Pb 0 IU. ry. com                 Don't MIss The Boatl              same level as last year. CIty With a wrecking crew I ,                                                              mony
                                                                                     'Ilt selected unllS' '         man agel'll had wanted the       • Five Grosse Pointers                                                               • A platoon ot staden18
                                                                                                                   distnct to mcreasnts fund- are among nrne people V;ho
                                                                                                                    rng to 30 percent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       With motIves as varied                               as
                                                                                                                                                  file for the 1st D1strict state                                                       the deSigns on their T-shlrts
                                                                                                                       • Some $175,000 m con- Senate seat which John                                                                   spend      Sunday    mornmg
                                                                                                                   struction Will take place Kelly, a Grosse POInte                                                                    trudgmg along the Lake St-
                                                                                                                   thiS 5ummer to Improve Wood5 Democrat, has held                                                                     ClaIr shorehne in Grosse
                                                                                                                   safety at the mtersectIon of smce 1978 Kelly IS steppmg                                                             POinte Farms picking up
                                                                                                                   Vernier and Mack in Grosse down to run for U S Senate                                                               trash and debns
                                                                                                                   Pomte Woods                       Pomte Democrat hopefuls                                                              About a dozen students
                                                                                                                      A 13-year-old Harper are FranCIS Hathaway and                                                                    WIth 1:1esto Greg Heffner's
                                                                                                                   Woods boy was killed at the Nell Heffernan, both of                                                                 enVlronmental 8Clence class
                                                                                                                   llltersectlOn last year.       Grosse Pomte Shores.                                                                 at South HIgh School are
                                                                                                                      Work will mclude relocat-      Hometown       Repubhcan                                                          part of an estImated 400 vol-
                                                                                                                   mg SIdewalks, roundmg out candidates are Peter Eklund                                                               unteers partICIpatIng in the
                                                                                                                   corners so vehIcles can of Grosse Pomte Park, Sue                                                                   fourth     annual    Nautical
                                                                                                                   make more gentle turns, RaduloVlch             and     DanIel                                                       Coastal Clean-up.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          "I'm dOing It for extra
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        credit," ll8.ysDan Wl.1son,a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        semor from the Farms
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Classmate        Margaret
                                                                                                                                                    HOST                                                                               Slotala of the CIty says
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       extra credIt doesn't matter
                                                                                                                                                  FAMIlIES                                                                                "I would have done It any-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       way," she 5ays,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          • Grosse POinte boaters
                                                                                                                                                  NEEDED                                                                               are urged to be careful this
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Klaus                      spnng when naVlgatmg
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Lake St CI81r
                                                                                                                     Make thIS year the most excllmg. ennchlOg year ever for you and                                                      Due to low water levels,
                                                                                                                     your famIly Share your world WIth a young foreIgn VISItor from                                                    boats are more susceptIble
                                                                                                                     abroad   Welcome a hIgh school student. 15-18 years old, from                                                     than usual to scrapmg bot-
                                                                                                                     France, Sparn, England Germany Sweden, ThaIland, MeXICO or                                                        tom or stnkmg submerged
                                                                                                                     RUSSIa as part of your famIly for a school year and make an                                                       rocks and shoals
                                                                                                                     o'erseas fnend for hfe                                                                                                        - Brad Luulberg
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   Grosse Pointe News                                                                                                           Opinion                                                                           11A

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                                                                                                          don't let yourself run out of Orgamsts concert last fall     Lifetime of Leadership
    Ius daughter helpmg tie her                                                                           tIme"                          Brummel IS the spouse of      Award recIpients. The
    95-year-old grandfather's                                                                                He also charactenzed the Ken Brummel, who was             awards are made by the
    tie for a Memonal Day                                                                                SItuatIOn m Iraq WIth an        supenntendent of Grosse       Yale Athletic Department to
   parade                                                                                                 1812 quote from Thomas         Pomte Schools from 1981 to alumm athletes who have
       One cutlme notes Morgan                                                                           Jefferson "We have the          1984 before moving to         "satisfied the leadershIp
   was the great, great, grand-                                                                          wolf by the ears and we can Callforma                         needs of their profeSSIOns
   son of a man who was WIth                                                                             neither hold him nor safely        Mrs Brummel played         and their countnes ..
   George Washmgton at                                                                                   let hrm go."                    piano at the first John Lake      LIsa Brummel, who
   Valley Forge as he prepared                                                                               Williams s81d the U S.     ScholarshIp Concert at the     played volleyball. basket-
   to lay another wreath Ul                                                                              has made tremendous nus-       War Memonal and was the        ball and softball for the
   CadIllac Square m 1941.                                                                               steps all along the course of rehearsal pIanIst for the      Bulldogs, IS now the corpo-
       What are Young's recol.                                                                           action ill Iraq, but "we have Grosse Pomte Theatre and        rate VlcepreSident for
   lectlons of Morgan? "Well,                                                                            made those missteps hon-       dId vanoUB benefit pro-       MIcrosoft's Home and Retail
   he had lots of stones of bat-                                                                         estly."                        grams whI1e here A reVlew- dIVISion
   tles, and any battles he was                                                                             We must pursue three        er m Santa Barbara                 Ben Burns of the City of
  m they won," Young sald                                                                                actions to create stabIhty ill descnbed her as ~a PI8IUSt's Grosse Poznte IS a professor
      At Morgan's 95th birth.                                                                            Iraq, WI1hams said We          pI8DlSt, comfortable III Just zn the JournalISm program
  day party about 1944, the                                                                              must empower the SIu'Ites,     about any medIum and set- at Wayne State UnIVersity
  oldster promISed' "I'm going                                                                          who have been WIthout           tlllg"                        He can be reached at
  to outhve them all rm                                                                                 power. We must control and         The Brwnmels also took or by
  gomg to be around here                                                                                protect the Sunnis who          pnde m the fact that theU'    phone at (313) 882-2810.
  long enough to see the turn                                                                           have been in power, and we
  of the century"                                                                                       must protect the Kurds.

      That would have been an                                                                               That was blunt talk from
  addItional 57 years It dId-                                                                           a decorated warnor, whIch
  n't happen, and Young's                                                                               was the com of the evening
  chppmgs don't record when                                                                             as the Marines and theU'
  Morgan passed away.                                                                                   mends r81aed scbolarslup                       Comfort. Quality. Trost:"
                                      GrolllJe PolDte clnematopapher  Christoe Mo1ald.'
                                                                                                        money and honored com-
      However, as we approach
  this Memonal Day, the
  memones and explOIts of
                                   prodactioD of "Second Comiag" wUl be Mown at the
                                   Masonic Temple on Friday, JUDe 4. GroNe Pointe
                                   Park resident Jay Boyer pia,. the role of Judaa. Go
                                                                                                        rades gone.                                                  Free
                                                                                                                                                  Vermont Castings Grfll or
  the old soldIer who sacri-
  ficed for his country live on
                                                                     for more Informa-                  Sobering facts                          Free 10.Year Limited Warranty
  m the memones of George                                                                                  The Southeast MIclugan                                 on Pelts and Labor
  o Young, the young man he         at 8 p.m on Friday, June 4.      m front to give walkers a
                                                                                                        CounCll of Governments,
                                                                                                        wluch collects vanous                       or 8 Months Same As Cash
  told those tales to more          Doors open at 7 p.m for          place to carry a photo of                                                             YoUf ChoIce WIth Amana System Pu~.
  than seven decades ago                                                                                transportation facts,
                                    cocktaIls and hors d'oeuvres     someone who 18in your              reports we have 3 4 million
                                   before and after the screen-      heart and mInd, accordmg           dnvers in this part of the
  'Second                          ing Tickets are $10.
                                      For tICkets and more
                                                                     to Artie Gutzman. You can
                                                                     reach her at (586) 776-7429
                                                                                                        state and 4 mI1hon velu-
  Coming'                          mformatIon, go to WWW.sec-
                                                                                                        cles Of our 23,000 zmles of
                                                                                                        public road, 1,064 are regu-
      ChriBtoB Moisides, 
                                   MaSOnIC   Temple 18located
                                                             The     Semper Fi                          larly congested There are
  Grosse North Class of '92,                                                                            3,560 bndges m tins neck
  has Mel Gibson to thank          at 500 Temple Ave., west of          Maj. Gen. Leo Williams,
                                                                                                        of the woods and 1,387 of
      As producer and cme-         Woodward and south of the         who retlred after more than        them are deficient
  matographer of a film,           Wayne State CBlDpUS.              33 years WIth the Marme
                                                                                                          'Ib keep up WIth repair                 GrIn ModeJ VC0S20
  titled "Second Commg,"              Moisides IS the son of Dr.     Corps and more than 25                                                      (Propene 0.. Only)
                                                                                                        demands the road bwlders
  MOl81deswas having diffi-        Nicholas and Sandy                years WIth Ford Motor                                                       • Solid   PerformIlllC8

                                                                                                        need $70 lnlhon by 2030
  culty gettmg anyone mter-        Moisides                          Corp., apologized recently                                                    .nd gtHIloou
                                                                                                        and current projectIons are
  ested m the film about              Another Grosse Pomte           to an rmpressIve assem-                                                      Sturdy .nd durable
                                                                                                        that they will have only
  Chnst's return.                  connectIon to the film 18         blage of umformed military
                                                                                                        $40 billion to spend.
     That was before GIbson's      Jay Boyer, a 1991 Grosse          officers and enhBted men
                                                                                                                                                               Offer ends July 31, 2004
  hugely 8llcceasfu1"The           Pomte South grad who              and military retIrees at the                                           *Of!9r good when you buy any quallfymg Amanailll high efIicaency
  Passion of the Christ."          plays th e ro Ie 0fJ u d as.                fYi Formal f Olde
                                                                     35th annual Km h Mess                                                  alr condrllonJng and furnace system GnU IS $99 wi1h purchase of

     "After that," MOiSIdes
                                                                     NIght 0 e          g ts 0          Brummel                                        hpgh afficKlncy     all condttlOllBr   or furnace   only

 said, "studIo executIves          Hope Visor                        and the Manne Corps
                                                                     S<:holarslup FoundatIOn            update                              Heatcraft Heating & Cooling, Inc.
 startmg askmg, 'Where IS              Comfortably Yours, a          Michigan Chapter                     One of my correspon-
 that Jesus film?'"                  ra/m stectomyboutIque at           WI1hams s81d he was             dents mformB me that                          (313) 822.6633
    A cmematography gradV",                  reAa~k         m St.   wsorry for arnvmg-at the                                                                       15007 Kercheval
                                                                                                        Josephine Brummel, for-
 ~~pf ,fu'stqn's ,f:}JW~O'l1'HI>
 UfuVersIty, MOll,ides wlll
                                          Shores, l!l.~       _i     !J,rllsse,Rjl\nb! Yaoht C!ub.\p.   tnerly of Grosse POInte,                             Grosse POinte Park MI 48230
                                   ~       to ward oft'tHii"aan ,    a -Cadillac Escalade rather
 finally get hIS screenmg          gers of bnght sun as Grosse       than a Ford product, but
 before a local audIence ill       Pomte and area volunteers         adnutted "It was a very
 the Scottish Rite Theater of      walk for vanous causes            comfortable nde."
 the MasOnICTemple ill                Called "With You 10               But he also had four
 DetroIt                           Mmd" Vlsors, they have a          pomts of WISdomto share
    The Vlewmg Will be held        small PICture frame pocket       learned over those decades:
                                                                    They mcluded ~Integnty IS
 ISay-----                                                          more rmportant than It IS
                                                                    made out to be; whoever It
                                                                    was who said, 'Don't sweat
   From page 9A                  the mfield and started tran-
                                 scnbmg notes from my tape          the 8IJ1all stuff: never had
   mterVlew but gave me a few recorder                              an rmportant mISSIon to
   mmutes I wrote a story          An hour later, I was on 1-       accompl18h; every decISIon
   about Ius chanty, Racmg for 475, headmg toward 1-69              acted upon IS IrreversIble,
  KIds, wluch raIses money for and home                             and you can never be sure
  chI1dren's hospitals RaClDg
  for KIds IS admimstered m
  Grosse Pomte Farms from
  the HIli offices of Patnck
  Wnght, executive dIrector
      Two years ago at Indy,
  Buhl was m the spotlight
  After practice on a cloudy
  day, he had to beat It from
  the garage In GasolIne Alley
  to meet sponsors
      We rode together as an
  overloaded       golf     cart
  whIsked him to a pnvate
  SUite above the front-
                                                                                                          Be a part of the action at Relay For Life!
  straight grandstands The
  nde took about 30 seconds                                                                              In just a few short weeks the Eastside community Willcome together
  We dismounted and Jogged                                                                               in the fight against cancer during the American Cancer Society
  up flIghts of Stairs to the
  SUIte                                                                                                  Relay For Life of St. Clair Shores. Survivors and then families are
     The InterVlew lasted
  about three mInutes, but                                                                               invited to join us at this nationally recognized event!
  Buhl gave me enough Infor-
 matIOn to round out a story.
     Last year at Indy, Buhl's
 engme broke before the race                                                                                  Relay For Life of St. Clair Shores
 ended He parked hIS No 24
 behInd the wall mSIde turn                                                                                                  Blossom Heath Park
     I sat on the back of a golf                                                                                                   June 4 - 5, 2004
 cart outsIde the closed doors
 of hiS garage, waItIng for an                                                                                                      4 p.m. - 4 p.m.
 mtervIew         Buhl      was
 nowhere to be found 1 was
 the only person on GasolIne
Alley I sat for a long tIme                                                                                To learn more call 586.263.8000 or visit
     RobbIe Gordon flew by on
a golf cart A u-leVlslon crew
ran after hIm Gordon was                                                                                           '1t'sabout bemg a commumty that takes up thefight. "
gettmg all kmds of atten-
tion He'd committed to dn-                                                                                                  .. ~
vmg the Indy 500 and
NASCAR's Atlanta 600 In                                                                                                             ~
one day
    A reporter from the Speed                                                                                              RELAY
                                                                                                                                                           Proudly supported by
Channel came by lookmg
for Sarah FIsher She raced
                                                                                                                           FOR LIFE•
for Buhl last season but                                                                                                                                   GrOS~ Point~ N~ws
dropped out of the 500 WIth
Chevy problems FIsher was
nowhere to be found
    I left GasolIne Alley,
walked to my car parked
                                                                                                                           t.   American.
                                                                                                                                SO( .t'ty

                                                                                                                                                           & ~OW                  <:ONNEOtON
about a half-mIle away on
     10A                                           Obituaries
                                    as a ferry pIlot and trans- grandchildren, Kris (MIsty)
                                                                                                                                                                                                              May 27,2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Grosse Pointe News
                                                                to flag and KeVIn Fowler, Joseph
                                                        port pllot assigned                                                                              Jan 28, 1923, m DetroIt to
                                   Otl'il'f'TQ Hf' "':IS r:ml..e.;) fiL"t
                                                                             Amhony :Shock, Heather                                                   Gwrge and lrene KoloWich            Rel'. Hug.,.~C. ..\ihite
                                   lieutenant and was promot- (Joe) Leone. Jeffrey Shock;                                                                In 1940, she graduated             The Rev Hugh CWf'ord
                                   ed to second heutenant m gre at 'gra n d chIld re n,                                                               from Grosse Pomte HIgh White dIed Monday, May 17,
                                   the reserves                                                                                                       School and received her 2004, at the 'Ibwsley Village
                                                                             Kendall     Ellen    Fowler,
                                      Mr Blst was an engmeer Joseph Anthony Leone, and                                                               Bachelor of Educabon degree of Chelsea                 Retuement
                                  and VIcepreSident With H R Haven Knstma Fowler, and                                                                from Marygrove College. She CommunIty m Chelsea.
                                  Krueger Inc , a machine tool half                   slbhngs,      Gary                                             taught      mathematICs       at
                                  shop                                                                                                               Eastland JunIor HIgh School            The son of a United
                                                                            (Mananne)      BISt, Cmdee
                                     He was an usher at 8t (BIll) Dombrowski, Gloria                                                                 m Roeeville                         MethodI8t mmJ8ter, he was
                                  Lucy Catholic Church for (Bob) Krause, Jrm (Nancy)                                                                    Mrs. Kearney was very born m Evanston, IlJ., grew
                                  more         than     40 years, Blst,              Tom      (Chnstma)                                              active at St Lucy Cathobc up m Cmcago and graduat-
                                  belonged         to the RadIO NOVak,and Audrey (Gerald)                                                            Church as a member of thBJr ed from Downers Grove
                                 Control         Club and           the Check                                                                       folk group, a catechism HIgh School and North
                                 Investment Club                                                                                                    teacher and a Euchanstlc             Central        College      in
                                                                              Mr. B18t was predeceased
                                     Mr Blst enjoyed ballroom by hIS brother,                     Robert                                            DUniBter.                            Naperville, IlJ
                                 danCing WIth hIS Wife, (Patncla) B18t, and grand-                                                                     She was a pJlot and
                                 Charlotte, who he met at the chIldren,                 Jonathan     and                                            BI\loyed golf, crossword puz-          In 1943, he graduated
                                 Vamty Ballroom In DetrOit, Holly Shock.                                                                            zles, travelmg and chJldren         from Garrett Theological
        AatbODY P. BJst
                                 and bIg band mUSIC,espe-                                                                                              Mrs Kearney 18 8W'VJved Semmary at Northwestern
                                                                             A funeral Mass was cele-            Edward Carl JOhuoll
      Anthony P. Bist            CIallyArtIe Shaw (he collect- brated Apnl 13 at St. Lucy                                                          by her daughters, Kathleen University m Evanston With
    Grosse Pomte Woods resI- ed every song Shaw record- CathOlic Church with the becanJe the state debate and Green,                                            Irene     Kearney, a Master of DJvinity degree,
  dent Anthony "Andie" P ed except one) He frequent- Alr Force Honor Guard in extemporaneous                                           speaking Marybeth Geltz, Suzanne was ordamed m the Detroit
  BISt, 79, dIed Fndsy,Apnl9,   ed Las Vegas golf tourna- attendance. Intennent will champIon.                                 He went to Hatch, Patty Grifo, Joanne Conference of the Methochst
 2004, at rus home              ments and was m the hole- be held Saturday, June 5, (in Pnnceton UniversIty and Piend and GInny Baysore; Church, and mamed Billie
    Mr BIst was born June 6, m-one club. He also elljoyed honor of his 8()th bJrthday) the University of MIcmgan sons, James J Kearney, Done Hays from the Austin,
  1924, m Iron MountaIn, and travelmg, includIng tnps to at Resurrection Cemetery in Law School, where he con- Larry Kearney and Tom Texas, area.
 whJle still young his mother Australia, England, Alaska Clinton 'Ibwnsmp.                                  tinued his love of pubbc Kearney She was also sur-
 moved the fanuIy to DetroIt and HawaII HIS basement                                                        speaking workmg as an vived by her grandchildren,                             AtU3r serving McCabe
                               was hIS hobby shop WIth                                                      announcer at college radio Brian and Greg Green, Church in southwest Detroit
 He was double promoted
                               model airplanes, mcluding                        Edward Carl
 dunng rugh school and grad-                                                                                statlons and WWJ and WJR Milwla and Chris McKeon, for two years, m 1945 the
 uated at age 16, and later, Steannen bIplanes wmch he                            Johnson                   m Detroit.                             Marshall,     Christina     and Rev. Wlute was assigned to
                               flew                                         Grosse Pomte Farms resi-
graduated Wlth an engmeer-                                                                                     Mr. Johnson moved to Hannah Geltz, Megan and start                              a new Methodist
mg degree from Gettysburg         He IS sUTVlved by ms WIfe dent Edward Carl JOhnson, Detroit in 1963 and began Jay Kearney, Shanon and Church m Grosse Pomte.
College m PennsylvanIa        of 57 years, Charlotte,                     65, dIed Tuesday, May 11, his law practice as a tnal Sara Hatch, Aaron, Katelyn
                              daughters, Beverly (Srmon) 2004, m Sarasota, Fla., after lawyer. He later became and Matt Kearney, Josh,                                                   From 1945 to 1960, he
   In 1942, Mr Blst Jomed
the U S Army AIr Corps and Cook,              Dottie      (James) a brief illness.                         mvolved m estate planning Ruth, Ben, Abigall and Ester produced an active church of
served during World War II Deneau,              sons, Kenneth               Mr. Johnson was born m and real estate develop- Kearney, Faith and Jack more than 1,000 members
                              (Nancy) and Bnan (LIsa); Jackson on Nov 9, 1938. At ment, most recently with Grifo, Jack and Audrey and the first two units of a
                                                                         Jackson High School, he the                  firm     JOhnson          & Pierick, CI81re, Alexandra, planned three-unit Enghsh
                                                                                                           McPherson m Grosse Pointe Brad, Emma !!!ld Ben Parish                                  Gothic building,
                                                                                                           Farms. He continued to Baysore;                      and     brothere, Recently the final third unit

                                                                                  Il                      practice law full-trme while George and Fred Kolowich.                     was completed, and he and


                           The Grosse Pointe Academy
                                                Action Auction 2004 ~
                                                                                                          Sarasota dunng the winter her husband,
                                                                                                          months and Rondeau Park, Kearney, and a brother,
                                                                                                          Ontario, in the summer
                                                                                                             Mr JOhnson was past
                                                                                                                                      between       She was predeceased by ms wife were there to share

                                                                                                                                                  Hugh Kolowich.
                                                                                                                                                   A funeral Mass was cele- traveled to Japan for It
                                                                                                          premdent of the Pnnceton brated at St. Lucy CathOlic short-term miasion program
                                                                                                          Club of Michigan. An avid Church in St. Clair Shores.
                                                                                                         squash and tennis player, he
                                                                                                         was also past president of VIdedby AH. Peters Funeral none
                                                                                                                                                                      James J. m the opening celebration.
                                                                                                                                                                                        In 1955, he and his wife

                                                                                                                                                                                    to help Chnstlans
                                                                                                                                                   Arrangements were pro- churches where they had

                                                rr~                    1If(g.(A
                                                                                                         the DetroIt Racquet Club.
                                                                                                            Mr. Johnson 18 survived Woods
                                                                                                         by h18 WIfe, Elizabeth; clu1.
                                                                                                        dren,           Julia
                                                                                                                                                 Home in Grosse Pomte

                                                                                                                                                   Memonal        contnbutJona
                                                                                                                                                                                       In 1960, the Rev. White
                                                                                                                                                                                    was appointed to Frankhn
                                                                                                                                                                                    Community Church, then to
                                                                                                                                    (Martin) may be made to Pregnancy First Church m Plymouth,
                                                                                                        'Ii'aut&cllold, Bndget (John) Aid.                                         then to the IJUperintendent
     to our donors, bjdders and the entire Grosse Pointe community                                      O'Shea, Kristin (George)                                                   of Flmt district, followed by
          for maldng Action Auction 2004 a tremendous success'                                                                                                                     First Church m FlU'IDington,

                                                                                                       Baer, and Edward                     Jr.
                                                                                                       (Elizabeth); grandchildren,                                                 the      FIrst     Church     in
                                                                                                       SophIa,           OhVla,        Peter,                                     Ypsilantl and finally to St.
                          We appreciate your support.                                                  Emma,             Patrick,       Mary                                      Paul's United MethodIst
              01..11)   .... II ....   nll::>   I...,
                                                                                                       Grace,           Margot,       Cecily,"                                    Church in Monroe, from
                                                                                                       1'.IJffiil, ' rrhY,' Ft'lift~~iUfd                                         which he retIred in 1983
                                                                                                       Ashlyn; and brother, 'hi                                                   Aft.e1" retirement, the ~~
         The children and famIlies of The Grosse Pointe Academy                                                                                                                   White was an interim pastor
                                                                                                       Charles             Johnson          of
                                                                                                       Portland, Mame                                                             at FJrst United Methodist
                                                                                                          A memorial seTVlCB be       will                                        Church in Hillsdale for six
                                                                                                      held at Grosse Pointe                                                      months, ReadIng United
                                                                                                      Memonal               Church         on                                    MethodJBt Church for four
                                                                                                      Monday, June 7, at 2 p,m.                                                  months, and several other
                                                                                                                                                                                 churches for shorter trmes.

                                                                                                                                                                                                Upon retlrement,      the
                                                                                                                                                                                              WhItes hved at their home
                                                                                                                                                                                              on Lake LeAnn for 19 years,
                                                                                                                                                                                              where the Rev White con.
                                                                                                                                                                                             tinued to 8lalom water-ski
                                                                                                                                                                                             after his 78th birthday,
                                                                                                                                                               John Robert IIcCoIDh          BeSIdes his delight m boats
                                                                                                                                                                                             and water-sports, he contino
                                                                                                                                                                    John Robert              ued playmg snare-drum in
                                                                                                                                                                                             commumty bands USJng the
                                                                                                                                                                      McComb                 same drum he had from his
                                                                                                                                                               John Robert McComb, 84, school days.
                                                                                                                                                             dIed Friday, May 21, 2004.

                                                                                our     ShOT
                                                                                    Call u:1 stop by
                                                                                                                                                               Mr McComb was born to           The Rev Wlute is Bur-
                                                                                                                                                             Ore! and Mabel McComb m vived by ms WIfe,Dam, and
                                                                                                                                                             London, Ontano He served sons, Jeffrey S and Stuart
                                                                                                                                                            in the CanadIan Army duro C. (Lucy)
                                                                                                                                                            mg World War IT and was a
                                                                                                                                                            member of the American             A memonal seTVlcewill be
                                                                                                                                                            SocJety of Interior DesJgn.     beld Saturday, June 5, at 11
                                                                                                                                                               Mr McComb 188W'VJved     by a.m. at the FIrst UDlted
                                                                                                                                KathertDe LeU Kearney       ms SIster, Betty ThuloU8B; MethodISt         Church,    209
                                                                                                                                                            mace, Lorraine DeRush, and Washtenaw In YpsJ1anti
                                                                               Have ~ur      dows                                  Katherine Lois           great.niece, Lauren DeRusb With a dInner followmg
                                                                             professional   mstalIed                                   Kearney                He was predeceased by hJs       On Saturday, June 26, at
                                                                               in as Ii   as day!                                St. C18lr Shores l"BB1dent mother, Mabel McComb, 2 pm., there WJlIbe a prayer
                                                                                                                               Kathenne      LoIS     (nee father, Orel McComb, and service and mterment of
                                                                                                                               KoloWlch) Kearney, 81, died brothers, Ed and Murray ashes In the Memorial
                                                                                                                               Monday. May 17, 2004, at McComb                             Garden at Grosse Pomte
                                                                                                                               Bon Secours HospItal in        Arrangements were pro- Umted Method18t Church,
                                                                                                                               Grosse Pomte                VIded by Chas Verheyden 211 Morose Road m Grosse
                                                                                                                                 Mrs Kearney was born      Inc m Grosse Pomte Park.        Pomte Farms.
                                                                          Enjoy Yo~n       windows
                                                                             because    e   it alI
                                                                             from start to nish!
                                                                                                                               Michigan vacation costs down
                                                                                                                                   A survey       by    AAA Michigan (as of May 17)        tourist and busme88 areas
                                                                                                                                MIchigan says that, despIte     AAA has been trackmg          • Book accommodations
                                                                        WNW     renewal           anderMn com                   hIgh gas pnces, vacation vacatIon costa smce 1950 In advance to ensure avall.
                                                                                                                                costs this year wi be lees when the average cost of abIlity, selectl0n and the
                                                                                                                                than last year                meals and lodgmg was $13 best rates AAA clubs offer
         CAli TODAY TO                                                                                                            The average vacetlon cost Costs are based on the most comprehenSIve onlme book-
>   SCHEOULE A FREE IN-HOME                                                                                                     for a family of four (two recent rates charged by mg capablhtJes
                                                                                                                                adults and two chlldren) 10 approved accommodations          • Pubhc transportatIOn
           CONSULTATION!                                                                                                       2004 Will be $11082 per day hsted 10 AAA TourBook can cut gas costs 0lJ(e you

                                                                                                                for lodging and $111 40 pet' gUides
                                                                                                                               day for meals, or $222 22
                                                                                                                               total,     compared
                                                                                                                                                               VacatIOn spendmg vanes
                                                                                                                                                       With dependmg upon a family's
                                                                                                                               $226 27 JD 2003, a 1 79-pet'- preferences and means, but
                                                                                                                                                                                          reach your destmatIon.

                                                                                                                                                                                             • Ask for dISCOunts AAA
                                                                                    BY ANDERSEN"                              cent decrease                  costs also vary by srea      membera save on lodgIng,
            ask for ext 88
                                                                                                                                  MichIgan ranks 25th in       AAA offers these tips fOT restaurants,   shopping and
                                                                                                                              the nation 10 terms of vaca- saVIng money on a vacatIon     entertamment at partlClpat-
      OrV,srt Our Showroom
                                                                      ij~"dowa"ddoornph~mml                                   tIon costs and 5-percent         • 'Ib help prevent break- 109 Show Your Card and
                                                                                                                                                                                          Save vendors.
    371 .... Stx Mrle Road, L,yonra                                                                                           below the natIonal average downs and achIeve mUI-
                                                                     froma Company can mut'"                                 of $235 per day for lodgmg mum fuel effiCIency, have
                    and                                                                                                                                                                     • If vacatIomng m one
                                                                                                                             and meals DnVlng to vaca- your car checked by a AAA
    ComIna soon          In 81rmmgham!                           'Of!er ""10<1 Ih<oug/l June 5 2OG4 ~      valid wtlll       tlOn destmatlons      will be Approved Auto Replllr shop spot, conSider renting a
                                                                 o!tler -...
                                                                 PBItIdpomg _
                                                                               01 on pricx ""_        11.. .-
                                                                                           C 2004 Andersen ~
                                                                                                                  0IlIy II   more expen8IVe thIS year. Shop locations can be found room With a full or partial
                                                                 MngI>Io_                                                    Wlth pnces for self-serve at the Web BIte aaa com           kItchen If you are out on the
                                                                                                                             regular gasoline aveTBglng       • ConSIder lodgIng ID out- town, eat the largest meal at
                                                                                                                             $2048       per   Kallon   JD  lVIDlt' areas, away from lunch to take advantage of
                                                                                                                                                                                         lower menu pnces
          May 27,2004
          Grosse Pointe News
                                                                                                                                                         News                                                                            3A

          Wild weather pelts the Grosse Pointes
         By Bonnie Caprara                     mches of ram fell 10 the area         and downed power hnes                     ous tunes between Friday   knocked a portIOn of a 100-                             at the time
         Staff Wnler                           from Friday to Monday, and              "Most of the street flood-              and Monday A power outage year-old, 70-foot maple tree                               Tadrzynskl's    husband,
           Compared to other metro             we had serveral reports,             109 was because of the 'heh-                                         through the roof of a house
                                                                                                                               forced offiCIals to call off                                                      Torn, was clrchng DetroIt
        DetroIt commumtIes that                especIally on Friday, of 50 to       copters' from the maple                    school      at     Poupardand on a car 10 the 2100                                Metropohtan AIrport at the
        were ravaged      by flood             80 mph wmds," saId BIll              trees," Grosse POInte Park                 Elementary      School    block of Beaufalt In Grosse
                                                                                                                                                        on                                                       tIme of the hghtnmg strike
        waters and WInds 10 last              DeedIer, a clImatolOgIst WIth         PublIc Safety ChIef Dave                   Monday                    Pomte Woods                                             Winds of 60 mph closed the
        Fnday and Sunday's thun-              the      NatIonal    Weather          HIller saId "Our DPW crews                                              "There was a crack and                               aIrport for a short tIme on
        derstorms,    the   Grosse            SeTVIce10 DetroIt                     were out there c1earung the                 The Park reported two one of the loudest 'booms'                                 Sunday evemng
        Pomtes and Harper Woods                  The Grosse Pomtes and             catch baSIn openings.                      downed trees, and the CIty I've ever heard In my hfe,~                                The Tadrzynskl's msur-
        area remamed relatively               Harper Woods publIc safety              AccordIng to DTE Energy,                of Grosse POInte reported S81d ChriS Tadrzynskt, who                              ance company had not yet
        unscathed.                            departments handled sever-           about 2,010 households In                  one downed tree on Sunday was watchIng the Weather                                estImated the damage to
          "Generally, about four              al calls about flooded streets       the area lost power at van-                mght A hghtmng stnke Channel m her hvmg room                                      theIr house and car

                                                                                                                              Park market reaps bounty
                                                                                                                              of praise from shoppers
                                                                                                                      By Bonnie Caprara
                                                                                                                      Staff Wnler
                                                                                                                        The openmg day of the
                                                                                                                     West Park Farmers Market
                                                                                                                     reaped a bumper crop of
                                                                                                                     praise from merchants, ven-
                                                                                                                     dors and reSIdents
                                                                                                                        Even the threat of thun-
                                                                                                                     der showers couldn't keep
                                                                                                                     away the 15 vendors who
                                                                                                                     came out to sell theIr food
                                                                                                                     and goods to the hundreds
                                                                                                                    who came to shop In Grosse
                                                                                                                    Pointe Park's busmess dIs-
                                                                                                                    tnct on Kercheval between
                                                                                                                    Nottmgham and the west
                                                                                                                    CItyhnuts on Saturday, May
                                                                                                                       "It went really well," S81d
                                                                                                                   vendor Peter Vitale, co-
                                                                                                                   owner of Pete and Frank's
                                                                                         Photo by Brad LIndberg
                                                                                                                   FruIt Ranch "It was aleam-
          PubUc school omclaJa cite a lack of play areas as one reason they need cU8- 109 expenence. 1 wasn't sure
        cretion to hoat an UD11m1ted         number of athletic games and .commODity events"                       what to expect rve never
        lUlClerthe u,hta at Groue PoInte South Hlih School. LIght towen riDg the foot- done anythIng outsIde of my
       ball 8e1c1. aeen beyond former greenapace the cliatrlct paved over to become a four walls, but the people
       parking lot.
                                                                                                                   here really rmpressed me

     Lights---                                                                                                   _ They really support the local
                                                                                                                   busmess coDlDlUDlty"
                                                                                                                      Vitale s81d he had a sur-
                                                                                                                  plus of some staples, such as
       From page 1A                                                                                               apples and oranges, but                                                                  Photo by Bon rue Caprara
                                          return to the counCIl, DaVIs of reSIdents •                                                                  Hundreds turned out for the flnt day of the West
       we're most responsive to wants them to have a                                                              pnCIer products, such as Park Farmers Market. located on Kercheval between
       F8l'IJlllresidents who will be "responsIble proposal (WIth)             Fenton    saId, "NotIces strawbemes                  and raspber- Nottingham and the west city limits.
       WIthm hearmg dIstance of fleXlblhty "                                were sent to our neIghbors" nes, flew out of Ius stand by                 Di11an Finger, 4, of Grone Pointe Park. helps dad.
      the speakers They have a                                              In the    Farms and CIty rmd-mormng                                    Geoff Finger. ahop at the West Park Farmen Market.
                                             He SaId, "ThIS IS an Issue announclDg a May 5 pubhc                     Joe Allemon of Alleman's
      right to qmet. Bemg dIsrupt- we can work <l1i't, but for me,
      ed fives bmes ~T      xe~  .Ml il total dIScretIonary (usage) IS heanng          at the         school Landscape Center SaId he
                                                                                                                                                      Market DIrector Jenmfer fresh produce and speCIalty
      lot liifferent thaiq;emg CLs- II.oim-starter"                  -      re~EIf~m: the "oR.U!>R ,of was oollus seoond tlUll1doad
      rupted 40 trmes per year"            I'CounCIlman LoUIS Theros       ~~d,i,ng    use o.f ille,,(agol4' I()f plante anQ,flBWenl by 9.45 Meldrum s81d organic\ Pi6- ltems weren't thAnly rea-
         Therese Joseph, councll wants the school to draw up at South HIgh School"
                                                                                                                  a.m.                            'iJtibe--Wss ah~ or iRe IhOSt AOOi H@ ind~nly                             came
     member, lI8.ld she can hear a game plan for proVIdIng                    Of the estImated 40 to 45              "We've had a lot ofposinve requested Items at the mar- to the market
     the pubhc address system secunty and cleanup He people who attended the 1 feedback," Allemon saId.                                            ket She also saId more                       "It's mce to have some-
     "all the way from Moross ~                                            IJ2-hour seSSIOn, Fenton "We're happy to be part of farmers, mcludlng orgaDlC thmg to do as a famIly on a
                                         doesn't      want   .students                                                                            farmers, would be added to Saturday mornmg," Fmger
         When       school officials tramplIng on property nghts saId .only two spoke strong- the CODlDlUDlty                       "
                                                                          ly ag81nst It "                           Local merchants, who set the mIx of merchants as s81d.
                                                                                                                 up theIr wares under yellow local harvests become avaIl-

  G.E library unions accept                                                                                      and green umbrellas m front able
                                                                                                                 of theIr stores, also benefit-
                                                                                                                                                                                               The market WIll be open
                                                                                                                                                     For reSIdents such as Saturdays from 8 a m to 1
                                                                                                                 ed from the open-BIr mar- Geoff FlDger of the Park, p m. through fall
  fact-finder's conclusions                                                                                        ~Overall, our sales were

    By Carrie Cunningham
       Grosse Pomte hbranans
                                                                                                                up 20 to 40 percent," SaId
                                                                of the ate a contract WIth the MEA MIke MulIer, manager of
                                        report would result In much- that WIll best represent the MulIer's Market "We had
                                                                                                                20 people hned up back to
                                                                                                                                                                  YANKEE CANDLE'
                                        needed Improvements          ID                                                                                       /\LW/\Y& /\VML/\5LE /\T
   and support stafThave voted wage and benefits for the mterests of Grosse Pomte the WIne department at 9
   to support the recommenda- maJonty of the member-                    taxpayers                               am"
   tIons of a report studymg ShIp," S81d Thana Howbert,                     "We have been dIsappOInt-             Multer saId hIS store sold
   wage contract Issues by Grosse Pomte Llhranan                        ed WIth the unWIlhngness of out of many spectalty Items,
  WIlham C Schaub, the fact- PresIdent                                  the UnIon to SIt down and such as Brother                         RIck
  finder appomted by the                                                bargam a contract," Bruce salmon and Earth Works                                             ~
                                          Lynne       Sevenm,      the S8Jd                                                                                                              ~~
  MIchIgan             Employment Grosse POinte support per-                                                    Urban Farm lettuces.
  RelatIons ComrmsslOn                                                                                                                           313-884-4422    8'J Kcn:!l:;\1!1 ,'l}'!k II. """1"   r ".
                                       sonnel preSIdent, echoed                                                                                                                                                 313-886-4341
      AccordIng to a press Howbert's reactIon for the
  release by the MIchIgan most part, saYIng the report
  EducatIOn             ASSOCIatIon made
  umon, Schaub's analySIS that would Improve com-
 suggested the hbrary could pensatIon
 afford to compensate Its
 employees and close the gap
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                                                                                                                          t v r ...      I N G

                                         She saId, however, that
 between theIr salanes and the                    recommendatIOns               lOIN US FOR A TRUNK SHOW
 those of other pubhc lIbrary regardmg benefits are not
groups                                                                                         and meet deSigner
                                      comparable to other staff m
    Employees have mam- SImIlar commumtIes                                               JAMIE PESAVENTO
tamed that a contract settle-            The lIbrary board dIS-
ment could be paId for WIth- cussed              the fact-findmg
out any IDcrea8e In the oper- report for the first tIme on
atmg mIllage from 1994               Monday, May 24 In a phone
    LIbrary employees have mtemew,                   lIbrary board
been WIthout a contract preSIdent John Bruce saId
SInce July 2002
                                     the board wants to negotl-
                                                                                                                                    Prev,('\<, Ius
                                                                                                                                 2005 Collection
                                                                                                                              of COulure Evenongwear
                                                                                                                              and Special Occasion

      Due To Mack Avenue Construction
         Rabaut's is extending
           their sidewalk sales
       (rn the store) until May 28th

       Savings up to 70 % OfT
             Hour,;: Mon - Fri. 9-5.30 P m

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Grosse POinte News

    Woods nurse named 'Woman of Distinction'
    By ,",nnle              Miller                             education and helpmg pro-                                                                                                                                        forward and to keep domg                                      the V S'
    Staff Wnter                                                motmg other people to move                                                                                                                                       those thIngs they do for the                                    She remamed 10terested
    Josephme Savalle-Dunn                                     forward, and supportmg                                                                                                                                            girls LD the commumty,                                        In flyfishmg and enlisted
 IS a regIstered nurse by                                      them m that endeavor,"                                                                                                                                           whIch IS a really good                                        her husband to learn as
 trade, but she's takmg her                                    Sa valle-Dunn saId                                   ment and helpIng to contm-                     whIch she WIll become the                                    th1Og,"she saId                                               well
 hcense to the next level                                         Now, seven years later,                           ue ItS success," she saId of                   preSident In 2005                                               When not glvmg back,                                      "We've grown to really
    AB adnumstrator     of the                                she has helped to bnng the                            her work "It's all about see-                     Most recently, Savalle-                                   Savalle-Dunn spends her                                    appreciate It," she saId "It's
 Martha T Berry Medical                                       faCIlIty mto the future and                           Ing the reSIdents' smllmg                      Dunn was recognIzed by the                                   tIme WIth her faml1y her                                   a httle bIt of a challenge It's
 Care Faclhty, the Grosse                                     has smce helped plan and                              faces"                                         GIrl Scouts of Macomb                                       husband, her father, and her                               gettmg out there m nature,
 Pomte Woods resIdent over-                                   Implement a large-scale con-                            Whlle she stlll mamtaInS                     County as one of Its 2004                                   three step-chddren
 sees the operatlon of the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                and It'S very relaxmg It's
                                                              struction project that IS sure                        her nursmg hcense, SavaUe-                    Women of DlstmctlOn The                                         A favonte pastime of hers                               someth1Og that we both do
 217-bed faclli ty                                            to contmue the success of                             Dunn feels she IS gIVIng                      award honors women 10 the                                    IS flyfishmg WIth her hus-                                 together that we can eIlJoy."
    It was a posltlOn that                                    Martha T Berry                                        back more to the commumty                     commumty       who embody                                    band
 nearly fell mto her lap, but                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                That IS, when she has
                                                                 "I lIke the challenge of my                        m her current posltlon                        charactensbcs treasured by                                      "'Wedo It when we want to
 IS an opportumty that she                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                time to relax          Between
                                                              work, and I hke workmg m                                The faClhty, whICh IS                       the orgamzatlOn                                              relax," she Sald of the sport
 chenshes After 18 years at                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               spendmg tIme WIth her
                                                              the best mterest of the resI-                         owned and operated by                             "What an honor," she s81d                                   She dIscovered flyfishlllg
 Hutzell HospItal, Savalle-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               father, her ch1ldren and the
                                                              dents," she Bald of her career                        Macomb County, IS undergo-                    "It's humbhng "                                              whde on an outdoor adven-
 Dunn was asked to help set                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               neIghbors, and runmng back
                                                              change                                                mg an $18 muhon construc-                        Savalle-Dunn has been                                     tures trip out west Wlth her
 up Martha T. Berry's new                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 and forth to Martha T.
                                                                 Martha T Berry has a                              tIOn proJect, whIch Savalle-                   attend10g Girl Scout events                                  gulfnends They took class-                                 Berry, Savalle-Dunn has her
 computer systems. Although                                  umque populatlOn for a                                Duml IS overseeIng with the                    for the last several years as                                es from fly-fishmg and                                     hands full
her mother once spent 10                                     nurBmg care faCIlIty The                              communIty In mmd                               a way to reach out to the                                    archery to outdoor cookmg                                     But she chenshes the
years workmg at the facility,                                reSIdents vary In age from                               "If I need to be m a place                  commumty and share ItS                                       8l1d elk huntmg
It wasn't until she Jomed the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             opportumty to help others,
                                                             20 to 98                                              hke thIS one day, I'd want to                  values with others                                              "'Wehad a great time," she
orgamzatlOn as a consultant                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               empower people to be suc-
                                                                 Savalle-Dunn      mteracts                        make It a place where I'd                         The award Wlll be pre-                                    s81d "There were about 50
that she fully embraced Its                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               cessful, and give back to the
                                                             WIth reSIdents whIle manag-                           feel comfortable lIvmg," she                   sented to Savalle-Dunn on                                    dlfferent ladles from across                               commumty
mission When the former                                      mg the facihty's multiple                             said of her motlvatlOn                        June 8, at the annual
admimstrator prepared for                                    departments,       contractual                           Savalle-Dunn     also con-                 awards dInner which also
Ius retlrement, he turned to
Savalle-Dunn as Ius replace-
                                                             entltles, labor relatIons, reg-
                                                             ulatory      compliance     and
                                                                                                                   tnbutes to the health care
                                                                                                                   world by servrng as second
                                                                                                                                                                  serves 8S a fundr81smg ml-
                                                                                                                                                                 batlVe for the GIrl Scouts
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Park rolls back tax 0.02 mil
ment. She barely heSItated                                   finanCIal management.                                 ch81r on the board of the                         "The evenmg IS mtended By Bonnie Caprara                                               able value base About
to accept the posltlon.                                          "I am workmg with the                             MIchIgan County MedIcal                       to help the purpose of the Staff Wnter                                                     $37,000 of the $198,338 tax-
   "I've always beheved In                                   staff to Improve the enVlron-                         Care Faclhty Council, of                      orgamzabon to keep movmg          Despite tough economic                                   able value mcrease         is
                                                                                                                                                                                                tImes and a shortfall of state                              expected to come from new
                                                                                                                                                                                                shared     revenue,    Grosse                               construction    It was also
                                                                                                                                                                                                Pomte Park was able to cut                                  able to make some accom-
                                                                                                                                                                                                Its tax rate by 0.02 nnl - a                                modatIOns In ItS 2004-05
                                                                                                                                                                                                decrease from 13 43 mllls to                                budget by shlfbng some
                                                                                                                                                                                                1341 mllls - for Its upcom-                                 expenses to Its TIFA fund
                                                                                                                                                        ~                                       mg fiscal year beginmng                                     and through the attrition of
                                                                                                                                                          Ver'ZIlDwireless                      July 1                                                     three full-bme employees.
                                                                                                                                                         We never stop working for you~            The Park predICts an                                       However, the Park was hit
                                                                                                                                                                                                mcrease 10 Its revenue from                                hard 10 some areas. It is
                                                                                                                                                                                                a 4 percent hike 10 Its tax-                               antICIpatIng      8  $91,361

                 1IIe UIUHI.e Graduaaon GiR.                                                                                                                                                                                  CouncilOK's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           decrease of state shared rev-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           enues It also expects a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           $250,000 mcrease In Its pen-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           sIOnfund contribution and a
                 Get the Nation's Most Reliable Wireless Network                                                                                                                                                              War Memorial                 $100,000 reductIOn lfi its
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           10terest revenue, both the
                 and Stay Connected with your Graduate.                                                                                                                                                                       concert raffle               result of a challengmg
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Investment chmate.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                A raffle has been approved    "Overall, it was a tough
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             for the Grosse Po1Ote War budget, but we were still
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Memorial's Summer MUSIC able to roll back our taxes,"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Concert senes                 saId Jane Blahut, fin8l1ce
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The Grosse Po1Ote Fanns dIrector/CIty clerk
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             CIty Counell granted a char-    The revised tax rate IS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ltable gammg lIcense thiS based on the 2004-05 gener-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             week m ord~r fQr the War al fund budget of $9,128,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Memonal Ul legally \A:lude approved by the CIty counell
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             l'Mlle.!l_4unng.Bn                    arT~~\e.\i                              Mllpday,               MI\Ye t1l,
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    concerts !!\'ef)I Thursday at 7:00 p m
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 Indy time                          lied second for the Indy 500
                                    In the entire world of open-
                                    wheeled     auto racmg       that
                                                                                                                                                 The Speedway has become
                                                                                                                                             oddly nostalgIC for me
                                                                                                                                                 I knew        a couple        of

                                                                                                                                                                                                       WIth a bUSI-
     It's disappointing     that    day, there was only one dn-                                                                              reporters     who spent theIr           ness degree
 Robbie     Buhl has retired        ver faster than Buh! and hiS                                                                             early           careers           10       Decades ago, Ilhterate dn-
 from dnVlng race cars          It yellow and blue No 24                                                                                     Indianapolis       At the time,         vers often asked reporters to
 doesn't Beem nght that he             At the end of the season,                                                                             the city was dended               as    wnte letters to relatives on
 won't be In the cockpit thiS hiS enlnne             manufacturer                                                                            Ind!ailupl ......, ~ul ,W.)! UW1"       Liltllr bemili
 :'unday tor a shot at wm- Intlmtl,            abandoned      racmg                                                                          Downtown        IS VIbrant      It's       The Bnckyard IS a lot dif-
 mng the Indianapolis       500, The followmg           year, Buhl                                                                           clean     Indlanapohs      makes        ferent from long ago But
 bls favonte race                   extended hiS hometown loy-                                                                               DetroIt look like Berlm m               some of the old remalDS
    But he'll remam active m alties to Chevrolet's             raCing                                                                        1946                                       The 2 l/2-mlle track has
 the sport as co-owner         of engme         The    motor      had                                                                           At Indy dunng the 1940s             the     same     configuratIOn
                                                                            As other     teams    tested  worst feeling for a competi-
 Dreyer & Rembold RaCing's teethmg               problems,      more                                                                         and 50s, women reporters               when bUIlt m 1909
                                                                        their cars on the track, lines tor Knowmg you don't have
No             24          Team     problems than horsepower                                                                                were relegated         to wntmg             Cement         foundations
                                                                        of data appeared on the TV a chance
PurexlDallaralChevroletIFlr            Last year at Indy, a few          screen Lap after lap, speeds                                        feature stones                         remam for the old grand.
                                                                                                             In the old days of long dis-
eatone                              days before the race, Buhl                                                                                  A woman reporter O1lght
                                                                        appeared,    ranked fastest to tance motor sports, dnvers                                                   stands lD turn one. Rows of
    HIS new dnvers are 2001 reVIewed hiS engIne's perfor.               slowest, top to bottom                                               be aSSIgned to Methodist               seats used to be anchored
                                                                                                         lay back for most of the race.
IRL rookIes of the year             mance                                                                                                   Hospital, three =les east of            outslde the waUlD turn one
                                                                           "Look at that," Buh! s81d. They maled up speed toward
Fihpe Glaffone        of BraZil,       He stood m a Dreyer &                                                                                the track on 16th Street, to                People slttmg close to the
                                                                        He uncrossed       an arm and the end
and just last week, the team       Reinbold Racmg garage on                                                                                 mteTVIew WIves of husbands
                                                                        pomted     Wistfully    to the      Not anymore      It's pretty                                            action m the first turn left.
hired Buddy Lazier, WInner         Gasoline Alley The floor was         momtor                                                              who'd been hurt m wrecks.               the 500 covered WIth a film
                                                                                                         much      a spnnt    from the
of the 1996 Indy 500 and spotless except for the whIte                                                                                          In those       days,  dnvers        of motor 011 sprayed        from
                                                                           At the top of the hst were start Much as the 880 yard
IRL senes         champIOn    m outline          of    a     wmged                                                                          weren't      the sophIstICated          passmgcars
                                                                        cars powered        by Toyota,   run m track, which used to
2000                               Indlanapohs                 Motor                                                                        men and women they are                      I met Buhl by aCCident a
                                                                        Toyota,     Honda,      Honda,   be om at the fashIon of a
    Buhl IS a Grosse Pomte         Speedway       logo pamted      on   Toyota                                                              now. BuhI graduated           from      few yeaI'll ago He was on
                                                                                                         one-mJIe, now has more m
native who returns       to the the gray cement                            ~Look at the bottom,. s81d common WIth the 100 yard              New England College WIth a              Belle Isle at the Detroit
commumty regularly to VISit           Buh! stood In hIs blue dri.                                                                           degree m busmess adJmms-                Grand     Pnx    I recognized
                                                                        Buhl,    hiS arms       crossed  dash
famlly, conduct busmess and vers SUit, arms                 crossed,                                                                        tratlon     and economics        He     him from photographs
                                                                        agam.      "Chevy,       Chevy,     In a world of spnnters     at
play hockey WIth the Grosse        looking Up at a closed-cIrcuit       Chevy."                                                             won NCAA III all-dJVlslon                  He was on Ius way to an
                                                                                                         last year's    500, all Buhl
Pomte Old DeVIls.                  color    teleVIsion      mom tor                                                                         honors 10 lacrosse He owns
                                                                           He knew he wll8n't gomg could do was stay out of
    Two yeaI'll ago Buhl qual!-    hung from the ceIlmg                                                                                     numerous busmesses
                                                                        to WIn the race That's the trouble and try for the best                                                              See I SAY, page llA

                                                                                                         Young at heart                          Young probably mhented
                                                                                                                                             the story collectmg and
                                                                                                                                                                                    the last Grand Army of the
                                                                                                                                                                                    Republlc (GAR) veteran
                                                                                                           George O. Young, 84, of           tellmg trait from hIS dad,             area reSident who fought m
                                                                                                         the Woods collects stones           but he has obVIously pol-              the CIVIl War Out come the
                                                                                                         From hIs tIDy den on                Ished the slull He has                 yellowed chppmgs to prove
                                                                                                         Hawthorne m the Woods               known Nancy smce she was               It There IS the 97-year-old
                                                                                                         WIth Its walls Imed WIth            7 or 8 years old. He agam              PiCtured about 1943 attend-
                                                                                                         memorabIlia   and volumes of       hstened to hIS father's                 mg Memonal Day church
                                                                                                         newspaper chppmgs m clos-          adVIce durmg the                        seTVIceS m a DetroIt News
                                                                                                         ets and cupboards, the tall,       DepresslOn: "Get a gIrl who             photo There IS Morgan,
 Vl&it the GlOII8e PoiDte Dogs website:                             baldJsh octogenanan    then         hves close, you'll save on             who hved m Grosse Pomte
                                                                                                         spms those stones and the           gas .•                                 Park, placmg a wreath at
                                                                                                         stones of hIS own adven-                The story of the moment            the Soldier's and Sallor's
                                                                                                         tures back to a captivated          as we approach Memonal                 Monument 10 front of the
                                                                                                         hstener                             Day 18 about the fact that             then DetroIt CIty Hall
                                                                                                        ~, "'Wa-tMl. aUt.. He'lf   ta.1I<   'Young actually MeW li'vet-             r't'\fe~eTs'Mrs~r.. ."tJmle~~
                                                                                                                                                                                                      W         t
                                                                                                         your ear off," hiS WIfe of 56       eran of the war between the
                                                                                                         ye8I'll, Nancy, s81d as she          states.
            Question of the Week:                                                                        eXIted out the front door               George L. Morgan was                          See FYI, page llA

   What are your plans for Memonal Day
                                                                                                          Points about the Point ••
                                                                                                                 Strategic planning and our schools ...
                                                                                                                   how can it help guide our future?
                                     "I plan on gomg down to
                                                                                                             As a commumty, we are at a crossroads In the        true goals of the entire com-
                                  the musIC festival and then
                                                                                                           future of our schools      The fundmg we receive      mUDlty mto a long term Stra-
                                  to WindmJIl Pomte Park for                                               from the State Will not cover all of the programs    tegiC Plan that can gUIde us
                                  a picnic.                                                                we have come to expect for our children, and the     through these tough bmes and
                                            Greg Stewart, 26                                               prognosIs by all accounts IS that II Will nol in-    keep our entIre school system focused on the
                                          Grosse Pointe Park                                               crease (and may m facl decrease) m the foresee-      goals of our entire commumty rather than the
                                                                                                           able future                                          perceIved goals as defined by a few We can
                                                                                                             Our costs are gomg up, while our revenue IS        no longer afford to succumb to the 10terest
                                   "I'm gomg to the park WIth                                              relatively stagnant The school dlstncts m outly-     group that screams the loudest or shows up WIth
                                 some mends, and then out to                                               mg commuDllIes who have Irylng 10 catch up to        the most bodies at our School Board meetmgs
                                 watch the PIstons beat the                                               Grosse Pomte are In fuct catchmg up to us m              Our focus and dlrecllon mstead has to be true
                                 Pacers •                                                                 terms of test scores and, by vmue of all of their     to the goals outhned 10 a Strategic Plan devel-
                                                                                                          new construction and new bUIldmgs, have passed        oped by our entJre commumty and not veer
                                           Cameron Lees, 21                                               us by m terms of state of the art learnmg enVI-       from that long tenn course, only makmg mmor
                                          Grosse Pointe City                                              ronments. whlcb may have an Impact on the             adjustments along the way as a ship would 10
                                                                                                          tcachero; we attract, all other thmgs bemg equal      naVIgating Its course across the ocean
                                                                                                             To add to the dilemma we fuce. taxes are JUSti-       The development of a sound Strategic Plan
                                                                                                          fiably a real concern to all of us Our real estate    for our schools needs to be started now. Our
                                                                                                          sales have been Impacted by our taxes and the         miSSion, our strategy for achIeVing that mISSIon
                                                                                                          golden carrOl that many of our seDlOrs look~          and most Imponant benchmarks for measunng
                                                                                                          forward to when continually votmg for school          the success of our administrators In achIeVing
                                   "I Just got a cast off my                                              tax lDcreases of a wmdfall on the sale of Ihelr       our miSSion need to be put mto place through
                                 arm, and I can't walt to go                                              homes ha~ all but dIsappeared                        the mvolvemenl of a cross ~ecllon of our com-
                                 sWlmmmg at the DYC •                                                        We have the tools In our commuDlty to over.       mumty. mcludmg our semors, our bus messes,
                                                                                                          Lome these challenges We have a bram trust of        and our parents
                                       Michael Lemanske. 6                                                profeSSIOnal talent 10 our residents who would           The mtenm progress 10 the de\elopment of
                                       Groll8e Pointe Woods                                              gladly Slep forward to help If their contnbutlons     thiS plan needs to be commumcated to all mem-
                                                                                                         are valued by those to whom they are gl~en as         bers of our commumty as It IS evolVIng. WIth
                                                                                                         \\ould one of their chents paYJng Ihe.n many          opportumtles for everyone to understand ItS de
                                   "I'm gOlOg Up to Alma WIth                                            hundreds of dollars per hour As a bUSiness            velopment at hours other than '\Chool mght~
                                 my family     to watch   the                                            owner and an Involved community member for            [nnovatlve Ideas need to be embraced rather
                                 Highland Games'                                                         over thirty years, [ can tell you thai when It        than shunned and pnde of aUlhorshlp cannot
                                    Courtney Carpenter, 15                                               comes 10 educallon. Ihere IS no more generous a       detenmne their mciuslOn In thl~ plan
                                       Grosse Pointe Park                                                populallon that the resIdents of Grosse POInte            Tbe key to tbls plan being "of tbe people
                                                                                                         Their only expectatIOn IS that Ihelr money IS         and by tbe people" IS that our administration
                                                                                                         spenl Wisely and towards a worthwhile goal            and our school board can only fadUtate this
   Michelle Leman.lte                                                                                       The challenge that faces our school admmlstra-     process. Tn order for this Strategic Plan to
                                                                                                         toro; and our School Board IS to crystallize the      be meaningful and a true reflection of our
                                                                        Conrtney Carpenter                                                                     goals as a community, the) cannot filter or
                                                                                                           Want same day color prints                          control It.
                                                                                                                                                                 Will thiS Strategic Plan change over time'
                                                                                                           from your digital Imag .. ?                         Absolutely LIke an\' long tenn plan Iherc will
                                    "We're gnlllOl!'  hotdogs                                                                                                  he adJustment~ along the way Can we npect
                                 and hamburgers
                                                     on Belle
                                                                                                          No probleml                                          10 enjo) the scbools tbat we have C<lme to
                                                                                                                                                               enjoy without this Strategic Pia .. '        Abso-

                                        Renata Hoching, 22,                                                                                                    lutely not.
                                                        left                                                                                                       What we have as a school ~yslcm \\a~ built a~
                                                                                                                                                               a commumty over time [n order to gUldc our
                                          Lisa Trombley. 23
                                                                                                                                                               chcnshed school system Ihrough Ihe economic
                                       Groll8e Pointe Woods

                                                                                                              ~l.,                               ...
                                                                                                                                                               lhallenge~ II face~. we havc to do It a, a com

                                                                                                         '                                         'i
                                                                                                                                                               mumty 10 a methodIcal manner. \\llh mea~ur-
                                                                                                                                                               able goal~ that affinn Ihe valuc wc ha\e alway~
                                                                                                                                                               placed on excellence 10education
                                   "I Will be workmg'      at                                                                                                    ... AII",,!d 1''''/1;/ (ahmed umadCa com, a't m Ii
                                MooQejl1w to proVIde people
                                WIth all they need to better
                                enjoy theIr Memonal Dl1Y'                                                   Speedi Photo & Imaging Center
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    Limit use                                                                                                                                                                                                 of town vacatlOmng 10 July
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Snowbirds would have apPrecIated
                                                                                                                                                                                                              such consideratIOn when they were

    of lights                                                                                                                                                                                                 out of town 10 March dunng the $16.8
                                                                                                                                                                                                              million sUlkJ.n~ fund vote. But school
                                                                                                                                                                                                              offiCIals were, again, in a hurry and
    at South                                                                                                                                                                                                  couldn't wait.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Another reason South sports fans
                                                                                                                                                                                                              and offiCIals want more rught events

             hat IS It WIth people reneg-
                                                                                                                                                                                                              is that field space is limIted. But the
              ing on promises lately? Now
              we have     Grosse    Pointe                                                                                                                                                                    shortage is due to the fact that much
                                                         lights, subject to four provisos:                                               Chns Fenton, asSiStant superinten-                                   of the athletic field space is taken up
              South High School develop-                    1) The lights can only be used SIX                                         dent for busmess     affairs, told the
   109 a forked tongue                                                                                                                                                                                        by temporary student parkIng while
                                                         mghts total dunng the year                                                    Farms council Monday night, "We
      Nme years ago, South sports boost-                                                                                                                                                                     construction IS happening at the high
                                                            2) The lights can't be used past 10                                        would like ultimate use."                                             school.
   ers erected "temporary"      hghts for                pm                                                                              We ~ not sure what that means,
   night football games. Night lIghts at                                                                                                                                                                        We figure temporary student park-
                                                           3) The hghts can't be used on week-                                        but we assume it means unlimited
   the field received strong opposItion                 ends                                                                                                                                                 ing was a waste of money anyway.
                                                                                                                                      use of the stachum lights                                              Let, nay, make the students walk to
   from nearby reSidents on Meadow                        4) The school must publish when                                                In a bit of irony, school officials                                 school. It would be good for them.
   Lane and Fisher Road, as well as                     the lights will be used                                                       want the matter rushed through the
   alumni of "The lUgh" who felt that                                                                                                                                                                           We sympatluze WIth the neighbors.
                                                          Now the South Booster Club wants                                            Farms council. The matter had been                                     They and we opposed the lights mne
   daytime games worked well for 50                     carte blanche. "Down the road," said                                          ongmally scheduled before the coun-
   years and would do 80 for another 50.                                                                                                                                                                     years ago. We oppose them now
                                                        South's   assistant   principal, Matt                                         Cl1 in July. But school officials con-
     At the time, 1995, the Grosse                                                                                                                                                                              If we had our druthers, we would
                                                        Outlaw, about planned light usage, "it                                        vinced the council to hear a presenta-                                 like the lights taken down. Barring
   Pointe Farms City Council did grant                  might be 21 (nights) like North. It                                           tion on June 7.
   the school permission for permanent                                                                                                                                                                       that, let's keep their use hmited to six
                                                        might be 42."                                                                    Why? Because boosters WIll be out                                   games a year.

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   Wearing                           bags out m front at 7 a.m on
                                     trash day
                                                                    the    autocratIc     dIctator
                                                                    under whom they suffered.
   helmets                              Hard goods can be out the
                                     mght before so the shoppers
                                                                    Let's not forget that tlns war
                                                                   IS bemg waged because tlus
  To the Editor:                     can pick theIr chOice         preSIdent made a umlateral
        I was so pleased and                          Jim Perry    decJ.sion to invade a country.
      Impressed to see the bicycle        Grone Pointe Woocla         If Ms Miller were even
      safety artIcle, ~Ice cream for                               the least bit genuine m her
     bike safety," featured on the                                 assertion that "we need to
     front page of the May 13        Admit it                      support our soldIers by
     issue of the Grosse Pointe      'Ih the Editor:               understandIng what IS hap-
     News.                                                         pemng all around us," she
                                        I read your ed1tonal in
        AIl a mother of three clul.                                rmght have thought to at
                                     last week's Grosse Pomte
     dren under 12, It has been                                    least try and delmeate
                                     News entitled, "Don't look
     upsettmg me for years to see                                  between self-proclaimed ter-
                                     away," and I feel that your
     the number of cluJdren nd.                                    ronsts and a people who
                                     Wide-spread 0plmon IS one
     ing without helmets on the                                    have found that one dIctato-
                                     of the m8lJl reasons why our
     Sidewalk and In the streets.                                  nal role has been exchanged
                                     country IS In the shape that for another
        How can a parent, know-      Itlsm
    ing what a head Injury could        Your artIcle refers to the    She nught have thought to    Acldreu COmJDeata to cartooDIst                        PhU Banda at phand8@pouepoiDteaCWB
    do to thelI' cluld, not llpend a beheadmg of Amencan CIti- ask why these people we .com or go to                                                    ~
    few doU9.!ltfer a helmet sad zen N:1Q!t,,:aerg ~as a bmW1 were"l1~                W ~ lil~lOl,tmg                                                                  , ~         Ii     ... J          ,
    not 'be' afraid to enfo~' \Me murder and act of terronsm could now harbor such anti. "Bt8fttl,. 'llDpre8sed .h_~                       cation atmosphere             i        -lr.{uliic," "Phantom l1C'1iIIe
     role of no helmet, no nd1Og? With whom we are at war." Amencan                    feelmgs     that ferent their education is and outsIde the classroom Opera" and "Les MIserables"
        Some parents seem to Wlule lus beheadIng IS an upnsmgs would break out? than the way I remember With dmnmshIng financial was performed                                                           by this
    thmk because the Pomtes act of terronsm, the Iraqi She lIllght have consIdered mme By fifth grade, my resources from Lansing.                                                    young, expertly       tramed
    are a safe place to hve, they war IS not and has absolute- how the                  sei:retary    of luds        were        malung       Tlus IS a difficult task and vocahst.
    don't have to worry about ly nothIng to do With 9/11                defense's mstructlons        10 PowerPoint        presentations    rm glad that I don't have to                The orchestratIon for the
    crazy dnvers. I see them              We are fightIng two sepa- hWIllbatIon and mterroga- and now m high school, decide where to make the selections was pltched low,
    every day hvmg across from rate wars - one is neces- tIon, put mto such pubh- theIr math classes nval my cuts. However, I would lIke calhng on Ms Bal1ey to
    Brownell. It amazes me sary, one IS not The war on cized effect at the now clllBSeSin college                                          to acknowledge my grati- negotIate a regISter foreIgn
    there aren't more aCCIdents, terror for the attacks of 9/11 famous Abu Gralub prison,                    Each core acadelIllc has tude to the Grosse Pomte to sopranos. With Greenwell
    but we can't cloae our eyeJlto should be our lughest pnori. might have managed to ere- mcorporated mdIvtdual and public schools - from the keeping the orchestra mel-
    the fact that they can hap- ty The war 10 Iraq should ate a bit of resentment for group projects along with top administrstJ.on and the low, Ms Bailey did a splen.
   pen, even In Grosse Pomte.           not have been started at all. the Amencan mvaSl0n of mtegratmg                   spealung and school board down through dIdjob
       My ll-year-old complams            The Iraqi war was started Iraq                                  wntmg slolls in thelI' cur- the teachers to the support                      Steve Kegler attended the
   that lus fnends don't wear by our present adrmDlstra-                   In fact, Ms Miller's dis- nculums           Their teach era personnel that up to now concert to hear hiS Wife,
   helmets, so when I told hun tIon on the baSIS of false tortIOns are made all the have contmually held high have done an outstandIng DIane, play the wlustle on
   about the CIty of Grosse mformatlOn Wlule we are more telhng by her use of expectations for theIr learn- job.                                                                    her piccolo for "The Whistler
   Pomte        police awardmg sacnficmg             the hves of the phrase "They (terronsts)             mg and conSIStently T8lsed         Good luck and I will con- and HIS Dog" by Arthur
   TCBY coupons If they spot a Amencan troops and ungod- don't care about the morals the bar to challenge thelI' tmue to support you                                                Pryor Instead he was called
   chIld weanng a helmet, he ly amounts of money to fight of Amencans." Please, dear development, wluJe teachmg                              Debra Rabey-Carmody into servIce. the tunPanIst
   thought that was pretty thiS war, the real attackers reader, do not lose SIght of skills they will need m the                                 GI'088fl Pointe North              findIng lumself In a huge
   cool                                of 9/11 are garnenng more the fact that the actual ter. future                                                          Class of 1972 traffic jam on Ius way to
       Thank you to the City of troops to fight agamst us              ronsts - those members of             TheIr educatIOn IS the                                                 Grosse Pomte
   Grosse Pomte for recogruz-             We should be focuslDg our AI Qaeda who would do sum of the entIre culture
   ing the need for bicycle hel- resources on the terronsts
                                                                                                                                                                                  G P Symphony
                                                                                                                                                                                       Dan Vicary, who does such
                                                                       harm to any non-IslamiC that they have been exposed                                                          marvelous     sound system
   mets and rewardmg chIl- that attacked thIS country, state - are basmg thelI' to smce kmdergarten                                   at To the Editor:                             work for the Grosse Pomte
   dren who they see weanng not tryIng to find WMDs actIons on theIr mterpreta.                           Maire It meludes the bme           On Sunday evemng, May schools, also supphed hIS
   them Hopefully the other that               no longer      eXist tlon of "morals" and of "Teh. spent In their classrooms, 2,                 the      Grosse        Pomte Wizardry to the Grosse
   Pomtes WIlldo the same              JournalISts hke yourself, as glon "                                but also all the programs Symphony Orchestra, under Pomte Symphony Orchestra
       It would also be great to well as many Amencans,                   In makmg the same each school provtded along the direction of Charles and Ms B81ley With mallets
  do the same thIng for skate have to adnut and acknowl- attempt, Ms Mliler makes WIth their teachers, coaches, Greenwell, ended Its season flymg on the xylophone,
  boarders and roller blad- edge the fact that the war on clear the Willfulness 10 her supportive staff and the                                                                    bells nngmg, drums boom-
  ders, as they seem to be terronsm and the war In mlsm,ormatlon - akm to famlhes who compnsed the With a rousIng, toe-tappmg mg and cymbals el"nlnng,
  weanng helmets even less Iraq are not the same                                                                                          concert titled "Give My                                         --eo
                                                                       that from the Bush adnums- educational commumty they Regards to Broadway" An the                                    percuSSIOnISts, Pat
  than bikers                                     Marty J. Brown       tratIon All are wrong, and expenenced                                                                       Fisher and Peter Allen, were
       We love thiS commuruty                                                                                                             expanded         brass      sectIon
                                                    Harper Woocla look where It's gotten us                 EducatIon IS not Just added a full sound for the a busy paIr for thIS salute to
  because the pohce and the                                               Certamly the executions about classes, projects and                                                      Broadway
  reSIdents do look out for our                                       of NIcholas Berg, Damel grades It 1Snot jUst the abl1- B~;e:Y                    tunes Orchestral               Th further their efforts of
  chIldren       Please parents,    Conclusions                       Pearl and the many others Ity to regutgltste facts, but MInIatures"                        by     Leroy mvolvtng the commumty,
  make weanng a helmet the                                            who have dIed - mcludIng to understand and reason                                                            the        Grosse       Pomte
  law In your house too               'Ih the Editor:                 the soldiers whose coffins            We would not expect any Anderson "blew everyone Symphony Orchestra will
                    AmySanfoni           Jenme Ml1ler's I Say col- the Bush admmlstratIon                                                 away,"      partIcularly         the
                                                                                                         other profesSlon to look hke "Buglers'           Hohday"         WIth hold           outdoor      stnng
          GI'OlI8e Pointe FIlI'IDIJ umn, "Don't look away," wants to keep you from see- It dId 40 years ago, so why trumpeters Don MJller, Paul rehearsals at the St Johns
                                      pnnted m the May 20 Issue mg - are dreadful                        should we want educatIon to Miller and Scott Schroeder Semor Commumty Center
                                      of the Grosse Pomte News            We do owe It to everyone remam           stuck m time?                                                  (Warren Avenue), as well as
 Rats no more                         was so full of poorly drawn Involved m thiS "war" to Whether you currently have Not only dld they play the two at the Farms PIer Park.
                                      conclUSIOns and lackIng m understand what IS happen- chIldren                                      notes fast and funous, but
                                                                                                                     m the Grosse clearly and rhythmically                        A concert for Farms reSl-
 'Ih the Editor:                      factual analySIS that I'm Ing around us That under- Pomte pubhc schools or                            Greenwell              dIscussed dents Will be perfonned at
      Rats have been SIghted m        mchned to beheve the miSin- standmg, however, Will not have watched your chIldren Anderson's msster crafts- the Farms Park on Sunday,
 some of the Grosse Pomtes formatIOn was WIllful                      come from readmg mlsmfor- graduate years ago, I doubt                                                       Aug B at 4 30 p m
 Here's how you can stop the
                                         Ms Miller tnes hard to matlOn such as Ms Miller that you can dIspute that mood and melody, harmony              humor, draWIng               Enc Hmtzen, first VIce
 rat mfestatIOn                       blur any dlstmctIon between has produced                           our schools have a JXl8ltIve                                             preSident of the orchestra,
                                                                                                                                         the audience m, expandmg
      Clean up all food that may AI Qaeda and Iraq Indeed,                         E. La )'ton Dorey mfluence on our community theIr               knowledge           whIch and tuba player, saId It well,
 have fallen on your lawn she tnes to convey a link                            GI'Ol!I8ePointe Puk       culture and flavor                                                       "Expenence the OpportUDlty
 before dark                          between an "act ofterronsm                                           In thIS tIme of financial added depth to theIr appre- of becommg a season tIcket
                                                                                                                                         ClatlOn of the musIC
      Remove any water-filled " and ~members of a country                                                concerns, It'S easy to blame                                             subscnber You WIll enjoy
pans                                  With whom we are at war"                Impressed                 the school system and pro-          Enn BaIley, SOprano. was the benefits "
      Remember. ponds m your Can her hope be that we for-                     by schools
                                                                                                        pose that anythmg           but the solOIst for the evenmg A
                                                                                                                                         medley from "GllVq and
                                                                                                                                                                                              Johanna Gilbert
yards are the breedIng get the (now known to be                                                         classroom        expendItures    Dolls,"      Thf' "ollnd           of          Grosse Pointf' Shores
places for mosquItoes and maccurate) claIm that Iraq To the Editor:                                     should be cut It IS easy to
also a watenng place for held stockpIles of weapons of                   As the current school year blame the admInIstratIon
rats                                 mass destructIon       (WMD) WInds down, I'd hke to for increasIng class SIze or                                                                           Do you remember?
     Dog       owners,      please and mstead beheve that the express my appreciatIon for charging fees for actiVItIes                       1.-& week'. question:             It 18 lQS8, and I do volunteer
remember to clean up after mvaslOn of Iraq was some- the qupenor job that the we've come to take for grant-                               work for the FoundatIOn for Excpptlonal Chlldrpn \o\'hpre
them The odors and drop- how Justified by the atl'OC'l- Grosse Pomte pubhc schools ed However. I believe that                             do I to to do tlus work?
pIngs attract rats                   tIes of September II?           have achIeved In educatmg our dlstnct places value on                  Aauwtll'. to a quonset hut behInd Chnst Church on
     If you want to have a               Let's not forget those my chIldren
                                     WMD, or that the premIse of
                                                                                                        the entIre educational pack-
                                                                                                        age offered to our chIldren
                                                                                                                                                   PoiIltAl Boulevard.           an...
cleaner and mcer lookmg                                                  As a product of the K.12                                           'TIdII ....... ~                  It J8 1965, and I have to ftIId
                                     thIS ~war" mcluded "hberat- Grosse Pomte Public School                Their dIlemma IS how to ~
street - have your black                                                                                                                                  from AM for. trip I want to tab. WiMrI ill
                                     mg" the IraqI people from System myself, I am con- maIntaIn thIS excellent edu- ........                              ....,      <Look filr tIDIWlIr nut .... )            "

May 27, 2004
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G.P. Shores adds new village trustee
By Brad Lindberg
Staff Wnler
                                   County Community College
                                   Before     that,    he taught
                                                                                                                                                                 CHAS.                           F.        IRISH CO.
   JUnIme     Blomk Jr rose school
from the chiill' he has occu-         "That was a long time                                                                                                           A BREAKTHROUGH IN TIlE
Pied for two years on the ago," he smtled                "I was a                                                                                                         WAR AGAINST THE
GI'08se Po1Ote Shores VIllage teacher back In 1956'
counClI, stepped       back and
said to hIS replacement,
                                      In 1959, he moved mto
                                   administratIOn         In   the
                                                                                                                                                                  EMERALD ASH BORER
"Tlus seat IS yours now."
   Blomk chose not to run ill
                                   LakeVIew dlstnct                                                                                                             .6. ......... 1 is the first in
                                      "I left as asSIstant pnnCl-                                                                                               ~~.-.               micro-infusion
last week's election               pal of the high school and                                                                                                  1_.-------.
   Takmg IDS place for a first
                                   went to the college in 1970,"
term 10 office, Glen Peters        Peters s81d He retired In                                                                                                   available now with the Chaa. F. Irish Co.
sat down                           1991
   Peters won office 10 last         At the end of Ius tenn In                                                                                                 • Fast, effective,
week's uncontested      electlon   two years, Peters hopes to                                                                                                  specializing in
   Reelected     for two-year      look back and say, "TIungs                                                                                                  Emerald Ash
terms     were     Dr.    James    are runnIng as smoothly as                                            Photo by Brad LUldberg
Cooper,      presIdent       (230 they are today, and that we
                                                                                                                                                               Borer, Hemlock Wooly
                                                                     Taldng the oathll of omce ill GroPe Pointe Sbora,
votes), and trustees       Brian   have made Improvements          from left, are first-time trustee Glen Peten. Village                                       Adelgid and Redgum
Hunt      (240)     and      Fred  and lIstened to the pubhc •     Clerk Victoria Boyce. and iIlcumbent trustees Fred                                          Lerp PsyllicL
Minturn      (234) and        City                                 MInturn and Brian Hunt,
Clerk Victona Boyce (23)7                                                                                                                                           1'1/1: SYSTE:\l TH.\T IS I'lwn::-.:                          I I)   \\   lilli,

Sh~:~~,;;~~~~~r~ Woods observes Memorial Day
           ~~: .P.
ers cast ballots, a turnout of By Bonnie Caprara                        keynote address         For three     ans will be taken after the
12 percent.
   "I'm happy       to welcome
                                  Slaff Wnler
                                                                                                 Vi tn
                                                                                                   Ie am      ceremony                                             1l'Mn ""  r,,.,Iy t14"rJ    thu Inun.... 9/ :I'm lip "'1l'W .... , .ruJ 0.,. _,.",
                                                                                                                                                               pl.,."" tht fin,        .I4"1I.4Itabo" Im", n.u .... '" tM 1Y2Q,
Glen Peters," Cooper said.           Not everyone who went to Confuct, she pulled a three-                       TIns IS the 22nd year the                                        Wh     th, h""       w rtpWn' th< Chuks F Jrnh rAmJ'U'J .... aUkti
'Tm confident       this COUDCll war served In the mlbtary              year stint as an entertamer           hlstoncal    commISSion has                                                "ttm,
                                                                                                                                                                                            1.J"y. thou AJh _ ~               Waho" Im ..... """--I '"
                                     This    year,   the    Grosse      for the troops         10 Korea,      put on the Memonal         Day                                             th< EmmUtJ Ash 8o",
will continue to govern m a Pomte            Woods      Hlstoncal       Thalland,      Vietnam,     Japan     observance    at the Circle of                                                '" '" 0.., F lrnh iNwt nuttl ft' LU"J"m Im .. ur G"""
competent manner'
   This 18 't Peters' first time CommISSIOn honors those and tel
                                                                                h Ph I
                                                                                                          e   Honor on VernIer west of                                                   Pollitt Shorn.Ni fttI. JIMor         -.iIh,p ft' tM ~"'l
                                                                                                                                                                                                         It IS~" P"~           t# J.Uk I1Urmu "",, ~
           n                      who served 10 the usa at was also an asSIStant coord!-                      Mack                                                                                     to prnn-w rht Ash Trrrr 1J~1j1 Wnl"ltt DNw ,n
m office                          the        Memonal           Day nator          for production       and       In case      of mclement                                                               GroJU PfJllll~ Shorn WO~lfl.g lVtth THE ~
                                                                                                                                                                                                        '"'""'"  .. ,It .. ,.-   th< Emn.ItJ Ash a-.
   ~hg       lus career m edd - c~ny
                               u                 at JO am         on.llogIstics     for the Department        weather. the ceremony WIll
ca.'on.    e was VIce preSl en t M           M     31               •     f~                                                                                                                                                                   . Irish
as  th~arren      Woods scAoelli;         'l By                         0       ~                •                                                 iIl'-.
~                  .lrl'    ~           rmer
                                  area reSident
                                                 Grosse     POinte 'It'
                                                     Susan Scott
                                                                                Tans are
                                                                        to wear theIr uniforms            A
   Peters, 73'lretlredt Mas head  Gladwm       WIll dehver      the photograph          of all the veter-
o f personne        a     acom b

     IntroclucIl19 the Guaranteerl OneFee Mortgagp.
     A mOl tga!Je that actually stress
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                                                                                                                                               Angela       Chuck Ehz.abe1h Anne (12) and Ma1lh6w (7)

                                                                                                                        Education Counts!
                                                                                                                                 As s school bosrd member I will work to:
                                                                                                                      • Continue to provide a premier education while living within our
                                                                                                                      • Better communicate all aspeets of our budget Including taxation,
                                                                                                                        re~u.    and expenditures •
                                                                                                                      • Supplement our operating revenue with enhanced fundratalng.

                                                                                                                      • Wortced a8 a labor and employee beneftt8 attorney tor $7 billion
                                                                                                                        pension and health beneftt8 fund
                                                                                                                      • Dedicated volunteer at Maire Elementary and PIerce Middle SChoota
                                                                                                                      • Active member at Grosse Pointe Memorial Church
                                                                                                                      • Volunteer at St. John NURlng Home
                                                                                                                      • Sports team manager
         Simpler EUler Fester IntrodUCing the Guoronteed OneFee"" MOr1gage All Closing costs
         are guaranteed uplront No hIdden fees or unexpec1ed costs Plus a slmplet applocatlon                                                                       EduClJtlon:
         process that s easier to understond ond pxper1 advrce It s whal you expect from the
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         number one home lender In M chlgan To leorn more coli tolf-free 80o-HOME-800 or stop
         by a local Standilrd Federal Bank locoltOn
                                                                                                                                 Premier pubUc schools benellt
                            T,   UI POll      i b i lit Y   ,Standard         Federa'Bank                                         everyone in our community.
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                                                                                                                                Vote Monday, June 14
                                                                                                                     Pa>dlor   !he Commlllee to Elect A       la Kennedy. 598 UnIVersity. Grosse Poole MI48230' 313 ~                               9076

                                                                                                          _-  ....
                                                                                                                           St. Paul students visit Ford plant
                                                                                                                              St. Paul fourth- aDd fifth-grade students nalted the new Ford Rouge
                                                                                                                            Factory .. part of their social studies 1UIlt on MichlgaD history, Beary
                                                                                                                           Porded     the Pord Motor Company.
                                                                                             Photo by Carn. Cunrongham
           North senior Julie Krugler WIll liven local, nationalllDd lDternational awardJI                                    "Tbls was a fllDtudc opportunity. The students were ell:clted to have
         for her work resea.rchlDg the oldest stars ill the UDfverae. She standi above on                                  a chance for a close up look at the automotive industry," said fourth-
         the left with ber teacher, AnUs Maciolek, who WIll wtrumental lD helping her                                      grade teacher Patricia SzytDllDskl. "I felt they came out with a better
         achieve the accolades.                                                                                            UDdentandlDg of mllDwacturtng, the concept of IlD .ssembly llD.e and
                                                                                                                           the ImportllDce of Benry FOrelaDd the automotive indU8try in our state."

         North senior rewarded for                                                                                            Prom the left at the plllDt are students CatheriDe CampbeU, Rachel
                                                                                                                           Temrowskf, MadellD.e Thibault, BiUy Marx aDd KeDDy Schoof.
                                                                                                                             ID cia.. students made • two-foot-taU cutout of Henry Ford with his
                                                                                                                           arms 8pread out wide. ms top coat opened to show written informatioD
         research on oldest stars                                                                                          each student discovered about blm. The cutouts are displayed OD the
                                                                                                                           students' locken.
                                                                                                                             "He revoludonlJ:ed America forever by bulldlDg the Model T, a eu the
                                                                                                                           average penon could afford," said Thibault.
        By Carrie Cunningham                      New MeXIco                        petitIons. She ended up pre-             Students were lDsplred by Ford's ell:ample.
            Staff Wnter                              "It was really cool because    sentmg the findIngs on 20                "He never gave up on his dream," said CampbeU.
               The stars have ahgned for          I needed all the help I could     stars
           Grosse Pomte North HIgh                get," Krugler s81d.                   Studymg stars, such as
           School senior Julie Krugler               Krugler's    teacher    and      those like the sun, 15 a wor.
              Krugler     has competed
           and excelled 10 a vanety of
                                                 mentor ArdIs MacIOlek, a
                                                 North astronomy mstructor,
                                                                                      thy purault m Krugler's
                                                                                                                         Space scientist and St. Clare
           local, natIOnal and mterna-
           tIonal SCIence competitIOns
                                                 also helped        enormously.
                                                 MallIOlek s8ld she has never
                                                                                     made out of the sun
                                                                                                         we are is       alumnus visits alma mater
          for her work 10 10cat1Ogand            seen a student perform m            (Researchmg enables) a bet-
          researchmg the oldest staJ:s           such an astoundIng manner
          ill the unlverse.-
                                                                                     ter understandIng       of our-
                                                 as Krugter                          selves and the world around
              In March, Krugler pre-                "I'm pleased She worked          us. It is basleally traCIng the
          sented her research at the             really     hard     for thIS,"      chemIcal orglns of our um-
          JUnIor         SCIence        and     MaCIOlekSaId                        verse," she SaId
          HumamtIes SympOSIum at                    Krugler herself 15 humble           Krugler plans to attend
          Wayne State Urnverslty and            about her accolades.                Micmgan State Urnvensty,
          was selected as one of five               "It was excItmg because I       where she will maJor In
          finahsts      to attend       the     dIdn't expect It I thought it       astrophySICS and           study
         National        SymposIum        10    was such a wonderful expe-
         BaltImore, MD                                                              under               reknowned
                                                nence that It dIdn't matter         astronomer        Dr TImothy
             On Apnl1, she competed             If I got awarded," she saId         Beers She WIll work on a
         at      the      SCIence      and          Krugler    10tltlated   her     na tlOnal      proJect    called
         Engmeenng FaIr of Metro               work on the oldest stars lD          segue, whIch WIll mvolve
         DetrOIt and was named one             the unIverse,         known as       mappmg out 240,000 star
         of the eIght Grand Award              PopulatIon        Three stars,       spectra
         Wmners In addItion, she
         receIved awards from the
                                               WIth a tnp to KItt Peak                 She hopes to teach and                                                                Correction
                                               Observatory m ArIzona She           perform research once she                                                                    In the artIcle, "Dazzlmg
         General Motors SocIety of             was accompanIed by fellow           gets her degree                                                                           WIth honors," the date stu-
         SIgma Xi, the MIchIgan                student Ameha Altavena                  "I really like It rm pas-                                                             dents were mducted mto the
         Earth      SCIence Teachers           She becs-me so engrossed            sIOnate about It It's some-                                                               Cum Laude SocIety was
        ASSOCIatIon          and       the     WIth the project that she           thmg that IS a competitive                                                                misstated The correct date
        InternatIOnal       SOCIety for        worked many late rnghts to          field, but Uus helped me get                                                              IS Tuesday, Apnl 27
        Optical Eng10nenng                     prepare for the vanous com-         prepared, ~ she saId
            Dunng the week of May
        10, Krugler presented her
        research       at    the     Intel
        International      SCience and
        Engmeenng Fall' held In
        Portland, OR Some 1,433
        students from 40 countnes
        spent a week at the event
        whICh Involved presentmg
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           At the mternatIOnal fall',
       she won some prestIgIOUS
       awards The US AIr Force
       selected her project for the
      First Place m Earth and
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         Krugler was helped out In
    prepanng for the interna-                     never more than a phone call away
    tional faIr by North alumna
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                  May 27,2004
                  Grosse Pointe News
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                 Another flat, weak week makes investors nervous
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                 washout with the Dow for the same qualified
                 brealung    down through Income level
                                                                                               et s ta                _
                  10,000 agam but holdIng at
                 9,967 - off 46 pomts for the
                                                   But most analysts now see
                                                rates contInUIng up to high-
                                                                                          SliOCKS                                                                  JOHN                   M. RICKEL,                         C.P.A., P.C,
                 week                           er levels as the economy                                                                                                           CERTIFIED              PUBLIC    ACCOUNTANTS
                    The Nasdaq Composite        Improves, mcreallIng the
                 struggled to post an 8-pomt    POSSibility that ARM-hold-                                                                                                    RICKEL                        & BAUN, P.C.
                 up-tick for the week, closmg   ers WIll face an mcreased
                 at 1,912                      mterest rate at their first
                    Here we are on Thursday    '"reset date "                                                                                                                                       PO Box 36200
                WIth everyone already shut-       FIxed rates, on the other
                                                                               Mutual fund                       piCks now?
                                                                                                                                                                            GROSSE POINTE FARMS. MICHIGAN    48236-0200
                tmg down for the long holi-    hand, are "locked m" on the too big?                                Is your fund startmg to
                                                                                                                look lIke the S&P 500?                                                    TELEPHONE 313/886-0000
                day weekend. The early         uPlllde, but can be refi-          Money magazine (June
                birda left this noon to get    nanced If rates turn around 2004) featured an article, "Is That's a too much money                                                       EMAfl       nckelbaun@comcast           net
                ahead of the Fnday traffic'    and head south.                 your mutual fund too big?"       syndrome              FIdelity
                   Have a great holiday. See      The present U-turn in                                         Magellan, Wlth $67 blllion,
                                                                                 Smce 2002, investors have holds more than 200 big.
                you m June!                   mortgage rates IS severely poured more than $450 bu-
                                                                               hon mto mutual funds. Fund
                                                                                                                market cap stocks It can't                           NOEL SEtEWSKI AGENCY
                                              affectmg new
                Home buyers hurry for refinancmg applIcatIOns managers who ran millions beat the market by much,
                                                                 old mort-                                      because It 18 the marketl                                                  (313) 886-6857
                to obtain mortgages gages, smce the math turns are now                          investmg bu-
                                                                                                                   But Magellan       charges
                  Last Thursday, May 20,      negstlve as rates approach 7 bonsl                               o 72 percent in expenses                           Serv~                 the community for over 25 years
                The New York Times report- percent (30 year fixed rate).         The obese funds can't
                                                                                                               Instead, why not buy the
                ed that prospective home         Stock analysts pomt out trade as mmbly as the shm- Vanguard 500 Wlth only 0 18                                                          • Auto • Home • Life
                buyers were rushing to that many 10caVregIOnal Jlms Oversized funds can't percent expenses?                                                                    • Commercial.                       Residential
                apply for mortgage loans to banks have very profitable mvest many dollars 1D small
               be "prequalified"     before sl.liable mortgage ongination caps or other Ill.hquid situa- Higher gas prices?                                      • General Liability • Rent~'s Insurance
               actually lookmg at houses operatIons Some say It's tIons Very good Ideas are
               for sale                      even hard to tell If the bank hard to find. The law oNarge           Instead of complalmng                                    .5106 Macll Aye
                  The Mortgage Bankers       IS a mortgage-broker, or a numbers produces results you p81d $2 29 for premium,                                                   Grosse Pointe ParII, MI
                                                                             close to Its mean                 why not do somethmg about
              Assoc1atlon quoted the prior bank-bank.
              week's natlonal rate for 30-      Other analysts pomt out         How big IS too big? Check it?                                                                       Located In the Lalzepolnte BulIc:1Ine
                                                                                                                  Cheap 011 can only be                                            (2 bloclls South of Tom's o,ster Bar)
              year fixed-rate mortgages at that many of these banks your a lot? cash positIon; IS replaced WIth expensive 011,
                                                                             It up
              621 percent, up from the broker their newly acqUIred
              6.34 percent rate recorded mortgages to consolidators,            The FIrst Eagle Overseas LPG natural gas 18 dIfficult
                                                                                                      nearly to transship,       and wind,

                                                                                                                                                               W Sl Clair Specialty Physicians,
              last March!                   who resell these "mortgage Fund's             assets
                                                                             quadrupled to $6 bLlhon in solar, nuelear and hydrogen
                 The Tlmes also quoted packages" to mvestment
              David Berson, cluef econo- bankers, who underwnte             2002, faster than they could power are not yet up to
              mist      for Fanny
                                     Mae.   and sell them as MBSs be Invested. Cash ballooned speed.
                                for home (mortgage-backed          securi. to 26 percent last February,          Why not Invest In the                                                                                                    P.C.
                                            ties)                           80 the fund was closed to         here-and-now          energy?
             loans, excludmg refinanc.                                                                                       m
                                                                                                             Michael SIVY, Money mag.
             ings, were near record levels     In many cases, the local new investors                                                                                is pleased to announce the addition of
             two weeks ago .. thIs teUs us ongmating bank keeps the            Is your small- or mtd~ap's azme, recommends the fol-
             that home sales will stay mortgage           semcmg      con. average market cap creep- lOWIng-
                                                                                                                1) Large integrated ol1s_
             strong until the mtddle of tracts related to the sold mg up because Its manager Conoco Plullips (COP, about
             summer."                       mortgages, and the related can't find good Ideas and
                                                                           must resort to buying bigger 7047)                    and Exxon
                                                                                                                                                                             Dr. Muna Beeai
                Mortgage pros say that lucrative tax and insurance stocks?                                   Mobll aWN, about 42.60);                            Board Certified Physician in Internal Medicine
            many home buyers are opt- reserve deposits.                                                         2) Independent        explo-
            mg for alijustable rates vs       Grosse POInte Realtors          If your fund typically
            the lugher fixed rates. The    should be very busy thiS holds 50 stocks, does It now ratIOn and productIon _
                                                                           own over 75? Some man- Anadarko                       Petroleum                            to our mUlti-speciality practice
            lower overall monthly pay- summer putting up their
            ment        on   the   ARMs    "For Sale" SignS, and later agers say they run out of (APC, about 53 28) and
                                                                                                             Apache Corp. (APA, about
            (acijustable-rate mortgages) n81bng on their "Sold" Slgnsl great Ideas at 50 pIcks. Is 38.97), and
                                                                           your fund buymg second-                                                                     Dr. Beeai is currently accepting
                                                                                                               3) OLI semce compames
                                                                                                            - Schlumberger Ltd (SLB,                                new adult internal medicine patients.
            Full of gas & other related items                                                               about       56.60).
                                                                                                                        Joseph Mengden lS a resz-
                                                                                                                      dent of tM City of Grosse
                                                                                                                                                                  Her office is located in the Pierson Clinic
                  Being "gassed" once
                                                                                                                      Pomte and former cJunrman
               referred to an athlete who
               ran out of steam dunng a
                                                                                                                      of Fzrst of Mr.chzgan "Let's                                      (313) 881.2417
                                                                                                                      1hlk Stocks' IS sponsored by
               s9°rtlD~ ~vent No}VI,guess'                                                                                                                     131 Kercheval • Grosse Pointe Farms • Suite 99
              It referS to all of us at the                                                                           t/te fo/lq!'AlIIg, qro~se P~ln!lI',"
              gas pump But there IS                                                                                                                                                      (located    10   !he lowc:rlevel)
                                                                                                                     John M Rr.ckel CPA, P'C
                                                                                                                     and Rickel & Baun P.C.
                 The Alternatlve Energy                                                                                                                            Monday - Friday 8:00 AM-5:00                                    PM
              Technology Conference 18
              coming to Wayne State
              UniversIty next Wednesday,
             June 2.                                of alcoholIc beverages.

                                                                                                                                     "I bank at
                 ThIs one-day event IS                                                   The write-once dI.scs can
                                                    Onlme alcohol sales are           store up to 8 5 gigabytes of
             designed to attract the                currently tied up In legal
             nation's leadIng experts                                                data, or about four hours of
                                                    appeals.                         DVD-quallty mOVles,twice
             from the federal govern-                  Members of the coalition
             ment, industry and univer-                                              the capaCIty of regular
                                                    melude the MIclugan              blank DVDs This means
             Sltles, as well as the general LIcensed Beverage

                                                                                                                           Garys Bank:'
            public, the medIa, engmeers AsSOCIationand the                           capaCItles for computer-
             and students Interested in                                              burned DVDs are catclung
                                                    Michigan Beer and Wme            up With prerecorded mOVIe
            learning more about cur-                Wholesalers AsSOClatlon
            rent trends in energy tech-                                              DVDs, many of wmch are
                                                   The group also Includes           already dual.layered
            nology                                 Mothers Agamst Drunk
                The event IS offered by                                                 The new technology IS
                                                   DnVlng and the MichIgan          sure to appeal to those who
            Wayne State Umverslty's                AsSOCIatIonof Secondary
            College of Engmeenng 10                                                 back up or copy mOVle
                                                   School PnnClpalS.                DVDs, smce they often have
            partnersmp with Lawrence                  I would be very surpnsecl
            Technological UmversIty m If the sale of spmts were                     to reduce Image qualIty or
                                                                                    remove specIal features to                                                          1:al            s what some of our dlents say
            Southfield, Kettenng                   ever allowed usmg the
            Umversity In Flint, Lansmg Internet TIunk of all the                    fit a COPiedmOVleonto a
                                                                                    smgle-Iayer disc With a                                                             Because whtle Gary Cortner                   IS   the PresIdent
           Commumty College and the college students who would-
           Umverslty of MIclugan                                                   dual-layer drive, an exact
                                                  n't need fake IDs                copy on a smgle diSCshould                                                           of The Bank of Grosse POinte, Ius chents
               One confinned partiCI-                              •
           pant IS Stanley Ovshtnsky,                                              be poSSible
                                                     Grab the popcorn and              Time now for the dIs-                                                            kno,," h,m as theIr Pnvate Banker, someone
           CEO of Energy ConversIOn               let's go to the moVIes'
           DeVlC8SOvshmsky IS con-                                                 claimer
                                                     If you Just bought a DVD-         The software used to copy                                                        who        IS   avaIlable to personally cater to their
           Sidered the man when It               burnmg dnve for your com-
           comes to battery and photo- puter and thmk that for                     encrypted mOVleDVDs IS
                                                                                   111egalm the Umted States                                                            bankmg needs It IS thIS kmd of personal,
          voltaIc energy sources                 once you're current With the
              You can also hsten to                                               MOVleproducen use DVD
                                                 latest and greatest, It's dIs-   encIj'ptlOn to thwart the                                                             unparalleled service that The Bank of Grosse
          Paul Horst, president of               appomtment tlme
          DTE Energy TechnolOgies,                                                casual copier, but It won't
                                                    Man ufacturers are soon       stop the profesSIOnal                                                                 POintewa.~bUilton
          and Fred Flett, Vlce presI-           launchmg the sale of dnves
          dent of technology, Ballard                                             thieves Unfortunately,
                                                that can store double the         there IS a key for every lock
          Power Systems The keynot- amount of data on a dISC
                                                                                     Have a tech questum or                                                           '>0     wlule our "8'1 says 1he Bank 0( Gl'05Ile
          er IS Tom BenJamm of the             Sony Eleetromes says It WIll
         Argonne NatIOnal                                                         subject you would like
                                               be shlppmg dnves In about          addressed In th/.8 column?                                                          POinte some people InsISton callmg us
         Laboratory of the US                  two months that accept
         Department of Energy, WIth blank DVDs Wlth two data                      Want to comment or add
                                                                                  your two cents worth 2 My e.                                                          Gary ~ Bank- and thai s okay With u~
         another major address from layers The disks are the
         Jim Croce, CEO of                                                        mad address IS mtmaur.
                                               same Size as regular               er@comcast   net
         MichIgan's NextEnergy pro- DVDs/CDs.
                                                                                                                                                                      10 mnla<1a Pnvate Banker call G13) 885-0351.
...      gram
            To find out more about
                                                    Think of It thIS way You
                                              have two Pieces of bread
        thiS event, go to
        wwweng wayne edu/aetcon-
                                              stacked together On the top
                                              of one you can put peanut
                                                                                   Business                                                                           or    "Slt

                                                                                                                                                                     Member FDIC
                                                                                                                                                                                    u~ at    V,lWW    pnvatebank com

        ference It WlIIonly cost you butter and on the top of the
        a couple gllllons of gas to
        get there
                                              other, Jelly If you want, you
                                              can eat the Jelly shce or the
                                              peanut butter shce Wlthout            Michael DonneUy of                                                               That personal Thai tnvolved
            Here IS a weird one I ran        affecting the other
        across I waq surpnsed I                                                   Grosse POinte Park has                                                             The Bank of Grosse Pomte
                                                  Do NOT try thIS at home,        been reelected as manag.
        hadn't heard of It before            eqpecIally If you have a
           A poll on Internet hquor                                               Ing shareholder   of the
                                             beard                                DetrOIt office of Fraser
       sales, financed by a group                 Phlhpq Electromcs has
       backed by hquor, Wlne and                                                  Trebilcock    Dsvis    &
                                             started selhng a Similar             Dunlap, PC
       beer store owners, was               dnve In Europe but IS not
       released recently In                 saYIng when It WlIIbe avaIl-
      Lansing The group. called                                                     Suzanne Reno of the
                                            sble In the Umted States
      the CoalItIOn for a Safe and (You would be amazed at                        City of Grosse Pomte has                                         ThE BANK OF GRossE PoINTE'
                                                                                  been named controller of                                           ,., munher of Thl Pnv~le Rank famrly
      ResponSible Michigan, says            the amount of technologlcal
      the poll indicates that the                                                 !XL Glass Co In Grosse
                                            doodads that appear m                 PomteWoods
      m~onty of MIChigan resI-              Europe and Asia before It                                                PFRSONAI           BANKING,             lENDING'                    WEALTH              MANAGEMENT
      dents oppose the onhne sale hits the Unzted States.)                                                                                  TRU<;r       AND     ESTATE                 PLANNING

   22A                           News                                                                                                                                                                               Mar. 27, 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Grosse Po nte New.

   Car targeted                           of Bournemouth      In Grosse
                                          FowLe Vioocl~ Wt\1l broken In
                                                                                   930   and       11 30 p.m         on     school!! WI''N' mformed      ('fthe  17, :It S 14 pill, owgl ... ~- of wue~ paper m t.l1e stall of
      A radio and compact disc                                                     Wednesday,      May 19                   InCldent                            109 a City of Grosse Pomte
                                          order    to gam     entry    to                                                                                                                                  a boys' restroom          The mCl-
   player were taken from a car                                                                                                                                 servIce station                            dent matched           many other
                                          remove a radar detector and
   parked ill a dnveway 10 the
   2100 block of Hollywood In
                                          a pair of sunglasses      The
                                                                             An unknown person took
                                                                          an Echo leaf blower and a
                                                                                                                            Car theft                              The
                                                                                                                                                                          statton      has
                                                                                                                                                                             SpeClal attentlon
                                                                                                                                                                                               been        recent cases
                                          theft   occurred    sometime                                                  A 1988 Chevrolet Capnce                                                               "ThlB lB approxunately          the
   Grosse Po1Ote Woods some-                                              pressure       washer       from a                                                    due     to numerous          thefts        13th mCldent of arson m the
   time between     11 p m on
                                          between       11   p m     on   locked garage 10 the 500 was stolen from a dnveway                                    where the person responsi-                 past     year      at the       high
   Sunday, May 16, and 4 45
                                          Thursday,    May 20, and 9      block      of Pemberton             10 m         the      600     block       of
                                                                                                                                                                ble had stolen chlUlge from school," s81d police.
   P m on Monday, May 17
                                          a m on Fnday, May 21            Grosse Pomte Park some- Pemberton m Grosse POInte the regIster.
                                                                          time dunng 'fuesday, May Park at 6 a.m. on 'fuesday.
                      •                                                                                                                                            A Farms patrolman            was
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Arson near
     A compact diSC changer,              G.P. Park thefts                18, and Wednesday, May 19. May 18                                                     cfU1smg the 18100 block of
  50 CDs and a CD carrying                 A 16-mch sllver and black                          •                                                                 Mack when he saw the boy                   high school
  case were taken from a car Howler bike was taken from                      A Lawnboy lawn mower                           Thieves scared                      malde the station trymg to
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Someone threw 11t bIrth-
  parked m the 1000 block of a garage 10 the 1100 block of               and a hne tnmmer                 were          A Grosse Pomte          Woods pry open the cash register.
  Brys In the Woods on Fnday,                                            taken      from an unlocked                 man scared off two men he                                                            day candles m a car parked
                                        Lakepomte m Grosse POinte                                                                                                  City pollce arrested          the
  May 21 The dnver's            Side Park dunng        the mght of shed m the 700 block of suspected                                were trylng        to boy when he ran out the m Grosse Pomte Farms Wlth
                                                                         Berkshtre       in Grosse Pomte             steal his Jeep.                           front door.                                a wmdow cracked open to
  door lock had been punched            Monday, May 17
                                                                         Park dunng           the night of                                                                                                provide fresh 81r for a dog
  out.                                                 •                                                                The man saw the men sit-                   He possessed        $11.43 In
                                                                                                                                                                                                          tnSlde .
                                           A 20-Inch black and yel- Wednesday, May 19.                              tmg in hiS velncle, wlnch change, two screw dnvers,
     The driver's        Side door low Rhmo bike was stolen ill                                       •             was            parked             on one wrench and a three-iron                         The mCldent happened m
  handle of a car parked In a the 800 block of Trombley In                  An electnc scooter was Bournemouth and Raymond                                     golf club police said was
                                                                                                                                                                                                          the first block of Kercheval
                                                                         taken      from an unlocked                                                                                                      between 2 30 and 3:05 p.rn.
 dnveway In the 1700 block Grosse POinte Park between                                                               in the Woods, Just after 11 used to break open one of
                                                                         garage in the 1000 block of p.m. on Tuesday, May 18.                                                                             on 'fuesday, May 18
                                                                                                                                                               the station's rear wmdows
                                                                         Wayburn       m Grosse Pomte                  The men fled the Jeep                                                                 A Farms           woman       who
                                                                                                                                                                  Officers also recovered a
     ClIyof  (iross.e J1oinf.e                 JIf arms,   Michigan
                                                                                   sometIme         between
                                                                                           May 20, and
                                                                                                                    when they saw the man lUld boys 20-mch
                                                                                                                    took off m a dark blue vehi- aptly a Predator model.
                                                                                                                                                                                    Huffy bike,
                                                                                                                                                                                                         parked her hght green 2001
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Dodge        Intrepid        at    the
                                                                         Sunday, May 23.                           cle.                                                                                  Grosse          Pointe         Public
                          SPECIAL NOTICE                                                             •                                                                                                   LIbrary discovered the can-
               HOLIDAY RUBBISH SCHEDULE                                     A 26-1Och suver lUld black
                                                                                                                       The Jeep's dnver's
                                                                                                                   door and Ignltlon were dam-
                                                                                                                                                   SIde           Girl escapes                           dles and flagged             down a
                        for MEMORIAL DAY                                Giant bike was taken from aged.                                                           Pohce are lookmg for an patrolman                       "Two half-dollar
                                                                        an unlocked garage in the                                                             unknown        man drivmg            a size areas were burnt mto
                     MONDAY, MAY 31, 2004                               600 block of Westchester             in                                               black GMC Envoy accused                    the seat," satd the officer.
    All reSidential routes Will be one day late Examples Monday's       Grosse Po1Ote Park between                         Hot raccoon                        of tryIng to abduct a 13.
    Roules will be collecled on Tuesday, Tuesday's routes on
                                                                        mldmght         and 7 a m. on                  A raccoon found Itself m
                                                                                                                                                              year-old       Grosse        Pointe         Spy kid
    Wednesday, Elc
                                                                        Saturday, May 22                           the hot seat as he got him- Farms girl as she walked                                      A 12-year-old Detroit boy
                                                                                                                   self trapped in a furnace of a home Wednesday, May, 19, was caught                                         stealing     two
    Fnday's reSidential rubbIsh routes Will be collecled on                      Fridge fire                       house m the 1200 block of                  shortly after 6:30 p.m., on
                                                                                                                                                             MoroBs north of Kercheval.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         DVDs from a store m the
    Saturday, June 5, 2004.                                                 An electncal problem With South Oxford 10 Grosse                                      Police       thought         the
                                                                                                                                                                                                         18800 block of Mack in
                                                                        a refngerator        called Grosse         Pomte      Woods on Fnday,                                                           Grosse       Pointe       Farms      on
                                                                                                                                                             stranger     was a 40-year-old
    Tuesday and Pnday's rommerCla] routes Will be collecled on         Pointe Park firefighters to a May 21.                                                 Oakland          County         man
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Friday, May 21, shortly after
   schedule                                                            house m the 1300 block of                       A pubhc safety officer was                                                       5:30 p m.
                                                                                                                                                             reported m a similar abduc-
                                                        Thank you,     Maryland        at 7'44 a m. on unable to retrieve the 8Dl- tion attempt the day before

   G P N 05127 flOO4
                            DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS                 Thursday,
                                                                                           cleared smoke
                                                                                                           20. mal but set out a trap.                       m Madison Heights                            Fire runs
                                                                                                                                                                 But the Farms gtl'l said                   Sawdust,        sloppy      work-
                                                                       from the house.                                    Stolen credit                      the man who approached                     manship        and bad balnng
                                                                                                                      Grosse       Pomte       Woods her with arms outstretched                         tnggered        fire scares       last
    C,lyof  Oira-ss.e Jloitdt                JJf arms,   Michigan               Grandmother                       detectives are hkely to find didn't match a mug shot.                                 week       m      Grosse       Pomte
                                                                                                                  the person who stole the                       "Hey you. Come here,. the Shores.
              NonCE OF PUBLIC HEARING
                                                                                blamed for                        credit    card number          of a glrl remembered                  the man               • On 'fuesday, May 18, at
                                                                                                                  Woods man m April               The saymg as he tailed her m Ins 7'39 p.m , workers sanding
                                 AND                                            truancy                          number was used to make                    Envoy from a party store m wood floors of a house on
                  PROPOSED STATEMENT                                      A 64-year-old             Detroit      $2,800 in purchases, mclud-                the 300 block of Kercheval.                 Stonehurst            kicked        up
                                   OF                                 grandmother           was taken to ing utlhty                payments.      The She remembers                  seemg the enough sawdust to activate
                                                                      task by Grosse Po1Ote Woods number was reported stolen                                Envoy parked           outside the a home fire alarm.
               COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                                  public safety officers after               on Sunday, May 23                          store when she began walk-                      Police mvestlgated            the
               BLOCK GRANT OBJECTIVES                                 respondIng        to a call of her                                                    mghome.                                    scene and left when                  all
  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat a Pubhc Heanng will be
                                                                      grandcluldren         askmg people
                                                                      for money 10 a parkmg lot m
                                                                                                                          COPS get man                          The man got out of lns appeared to be normal.
                                                                                                                                                            velncle near Earl Court and                     • On Thursday, May 20, at
  held on Monday. June 7, 2004 al 900 a m by lhe Clly                 the 20100 block of Mack on                     At 9:15 p.rn. on Sunday,              grabbed the girl. She started               12.40         p.m.,         workmen
  AdmlRlStrBUOnat the MUOlclpal Office, 90 Kerby Road, for                                                       May 23, Grosse Pointe Park                runnmg
                                                                     Thursday, May 20.                                                                                                                 installing a clothes dryer at
  review of CommuRity Development and Coordmattons                        The woman's 12-year-old                pubhc safety officers ques-                    When she pretended              to a dwelling on Belle Meade
                                                                      grandson s81d he was askmg                 tioned       and     released       a call 911 on her cellular tele- got their                          wires      crossed,
  The followmg aCllVllles are proposed as an amendment for            people for money becauae he Detroit resident, conSIdered ~hone,                                  the mlUl ret~            to resultIng in a report of an
                                                                                                                 a poSSible larceny suspect 1\ ~e                  Envoy and drove .... ay
  recaptured fundmg UIldefJ!beICommuDlty Development Block • was hungry                   He and a 13-                                                                                                electpcll1       fire Officers tJ,l.
                                                                                                                 short tille-rater, 'mey arre8t-- on northbound Moross                             '
  Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2004-2005 (subject to full fund- ij year-old gu'l and a 16-year-                                                                                                      two fu.e trucks and a scout
                                                                      old gu-l had been W81tIng m                ed the man, who was seen                       She s81d the wlnte male               car deployed to the scene.
                                                                      a car for their grandmother                ndmg a stolen bike north of was about 5-foot-10,                            200
                                                                                                                                                                                                           • On Fnday, May 21, at
                                                                     between 8'30 and 11:30 a.m. Alter.                                                    pounds and unshaven              with      9:14 p.m, pubhc safety offi-
  PROJECT                        AMOUNT           PROJECT AREA            The    grandmother            was                                                salt lUld pepper wlnskers                  cers manning two fire trucks
  Streetscapmg                     $25,000          Mack Avenue      located       10 a phYSICian's                       Cops halt theft                  He wore a blue T-slnrt and canceled                        their      run to a
                                                                     office and admitted she had                     The &mval          of Grosse          khakJpants                                 house        on Belle          Meade.
 TOTAL                             $25,000                           not sent the cluldren                 to Pomte Park public safety                          The girl BBld the man had Reports                    of fire stemmed
                                                                     school       because         of     her    officers scared off a group of "bulgy" eyes "H1s nose was from someone bakmg bread.
 The heanng IS public Property owners and residents of lhe City      appomtment.                                suspects       trymg to steal a small and his ears too big for
 are 10VI ted to attend                                                  An officer warned her the 2000 Dodge Durango in the Ins head:                                      she told Farms
                                          Shane L. Reeside,          chl1dren's        school      distnct      1400 block of Lakepomte            at pohce                                             Ducks killed
 G P N 05127 flOO4                                                   could take aehon on the tru- 12 49 a m on Monday, May                                                                                A mother duck and three
                                                       Clly Clerk
                                                                     ancies.         The        cluldren's      24                                                                                   ducklmgs         were struck and
                                                                                                                    Officers, however, appre-
                                                                                                                                                                  School arson                       killed by an unknown                dri-
                                                                                                                hended        and     arrested      a          Arson      cases       contInue       ver tn the 700 block of
     NOTICE OF REGULAR ELECTION OF THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS                                                       Detroit resident, who tned mSlde Grosse Pomte South                                  Lakeshore          near a pnvate
                                                                                                                to run away That person                  High School                                 club 10 Groase Pomte Shores
               OF THE GROSSE POINTE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM,                                                                                                      Secunty       cameras        may on Monday, May 17. Police
                                                                                                                was found m a garage on
         WAYNE COUNTY, MICHIGAN, TO BE HELD ON JUNE 14, 2004                                                    Lakepomte.                               have recorded             Images      of learned            of the        inddent
                                                                                                                             - Bonnie Caprara those responsible for the lat- shortly after 7 p m
 TO THE QUALIFIED ELECfORS OF SAID SCHOOL DISTRICT:                                                                                                      est mcldent on Fnday, May                       "Nme more ducklmgs still
                                                                                                                                                         21, between 3 and 4.15 p.m.
 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE thai Ihe Regular ElecllOn of The Grosse Pomle Pubhc School SyslCm,Wayne
                                                                                                                       Thief caught                           A school employee            who tenms
                                                                                                                                                                                                     livmg made their way to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 court area of (the
 County MichIgan.Willbe held 10 lhe School O,SInCI Monday the 14th day of June. 2004                               A 13-year-old Detroit boy was investigating                      the odor of club)," pohce BBld.
                                                                                                                was caught         Monday, May, smoke found a charred roll                                           - Brad Lmdbers

 NOIlceISfurther given thai at thIS eleclJonIhere Willhe elected t"'o (2) mem~ of the Board of E4ucaboo of
                                                                                                                                               cltyor<Srnss.eJIoiut.e ~oobs,                              Mlcllipa
 the School D,slnct for a fullterm of four (4) years begmnlng July 1.2004 and endmg June 30. 2008
                                                                                                                                  NOnCE TO BIDDERS: 2004 MISCELLANEOUS CONCRETE
 The followmgpersons have been nommaledas candIdate, for lhe two four (4) year lCnns                                                 PAVEMENT REPAIR PROGRAM IN DISTRICT NO.2.
                                                                                                                                              AEW PROJECT NO. 160-253
                                                Ahmed V Ism8l1
                                                Angela Kennedy                                                             RECEIPT OF BIDS: The CIty of Grosse Pomte Woods Will receive sealed bIds until 10:00
                                                Sieve Mallhews                                                             A.M. local lime on Tuesday, JUDe 8, 2004 at the offices of the City Clerk. Clly of Grosse Pomte
 The place, of election w,lI he the fully de"gnated vOllngplaces 10 each election precmct m tile School OlSlnct            Woods. 20025 Mack Plaza. Grosse POtnle Woods. Michigan 48236, at which ltme and place all
 and are as follows                                                                                                        bids will be publicly opened and read aloud

   PRECINCTA All vole" In the Clly of Grosse Pomle Park                                                                   DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The approxImate quanltltes Involved In lhls prOject are as follows
               vOleal PIERCE MIDDLF SCHOOL                                                                                Remove & Replace Concrete Pavement - 8" -16.500 SY. Remove & Replace Concrete Pavement-
                154iO Kercheval Gro'<e Pomte Pari<MichIgan                                                                9"- 250 SY. Remove & Replace 6" Concrele Sidewalk and Dnveway Approaches - 300 SY,
  PRECINCTB All VOle" 10 lhe Clly of GI'OSlIe omte
                                                                                                                          ReconslrUct Drainage Structures - 50 EA. and related appurtenances as well as clean-up and
               vOleal MAIRE FLFMFNTARY SCHOOL
               740 CadleuK ell} of Gro'"" Pomlc Michigan
  PRECINCTC All vOle" 10 thc CIII ofGnxse POinte Farms
               vCl1et BROWNFLl MIDDLE SCHOOL
                    a                                                                                                     PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS              Plans and specificatIon are on file and copIes may be secured
               260 Chalfonte Gr",,,, Pomte Fanl" Michigan                                                                 on or afler Monday, May 24, 2004 al 1:00 P.M. al the offices of Anderson. Ecksleln and
  PRECINCT0 All vOle" 10 lhe Lily of Gnxse Poinle Woods                                                                   Westnck. Inc. 51301 Schoenherr Road. Shelby Township. MIchigan 48315 A fee of Twenty
              vote al PARCELlAC;    MIDDl E "CHoo).                                                                       Dollars ($2000) Will be reqUired for each sel of ~            plans and 'peclficatloDl and Will nOIbe
               20600 Mack GI'O'i'"Pomlc Wood' M,ch,gan                                                                    refunded A mlllhng fee of Ten Dollars ($10 00) 10 cover postage and handhng Will be charged 10
  PRECINCTE All VOle"10 lhe Town.,hlp or (,rosse Poinle
              vOlealilit GROC;SFPOINTF SHORKC;ADMINISTRATION OmCES                                                        anyone wlshmg 10 receive the plans and specificatIons via Untted Parcel ServiceS SpeclfK:8ltons
              79~ Lake'h<1rcGr", ... Pomle Shore' Michigan                                                                and plans are also on file for VIeWingat the office of the City Clerk
  PRECINCT F All vOler<m lhe Clly of H.rper Woods IX,"IOO of lhe Oro,," Pomle Pubhc School
              ~y"em VOle POUPARD FLFMENTARY SCHOOL                                                                        BID SECURITY: A certIfied check. bank draft or <;all~facloryhid bond. executed by the bIdder
              2oti~~ Lennon Clly of Harper Wood' MichIgan                                                                 and a ,urety company, payable 10 lite City of Grosc;e Pomle Woods Treasurer. man amounl at Iea~t
  ABSENT YOIER..CQLfNIll'KdlQAJill,     i AII all<enleevCl1cr
                                                            hall"',)                                                      equal to five percent (5%) of the bId amount, shall he SUbmitted Witheach bId
              VOImg   pla<.cat ADMINISTRATION OFFICF.s.
              i89 <;, Clall GI'O'i'oC
                                                                                                                          WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS: No bid may be Withdrawn for a p.:nod of sixty (60) calendar dsys
                                                                                                                          after the receIpt of bIds
Each peNOnvotmg 10 Ih" elecllon mu" he a rcg,,'crcd elector m lhe C,ly of Town'hlp wllhm lhe School
O"lncl In wIl'ch lhe pct<On,."dc,
                                                                                                                          AWARD OF CONTRACT: The Clly of Gm,'lC Pomle Wood~ rec;erves the nghl 10 accept any
Th" NOfICC given Ily order of lhe Board of Edulatlon of The GrlK<ePoml. Pubhc School Sy'lem Wayne                         bid. 10 reJeclany Of all bids and to wlIlve any Irregulantle.~ 10 bidding The successful bidder Will
Counly.MIChIgan                                                                                                           be reqUired 10 fuml~h 'l8tl~faclory performance. mamtenance and guarantee, labor and malenal
                                                                                                                          bonds and Insurance certtfieales
Dated May 27 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   LoUlc;eS Warnke,
                                                                                Stephen Matthews,
G P N O~l27nOO4                                                                 '>ecretary. Board of Education                                                                                                            City Clerk
                                                                                                                        G PN     05127/2004

    May 27,2004
    Gros88 Pointe News
                                                                                                                                        Schools                                                                                                                       15A

    North teacher donates marrow to a cancer patient
    By carrie Cunningham          wanted to help by gOing                      Bone marrow IS essentIal
    Staff Wnter                   through the process                       for anyone undergomg can-
      If someone has an Jllness,     Once the Red Cross found               cer                treatment.
   helpmg him or her IS a work he was an OK match, they                     Chemotherapy and radIa-
   oflove                         gave him a drug that would                tion deplete bone marrow
     Grosse Pomte North HIgh mcrease the amount or bone                     When a cancer patIent
   School chemIstry teacher marrow stem cells m his                         receIves new stem cells, the
   Peter Moskaluk made such blood stream
   a contnbutlOn      when he       He underwent apheresls,
   served as a bone marrow which 18 one of two ways of
                                                                            bone marrow IS repleDlshed.
                                                                               Moskaluk was told that
                                                                            the man to whom he gave
                                                                                                                                                                                              'c taBLe
   donor to a man in his 40s donatmg bone marrow The
   suft'enng from leukemia       other way 18 to take bone
     Moskaluk agreed to be a marrow from a bone source,
                                                                            bone marrow IS now reeov-
                                                                            enng and seems to be on the                                                                                         eNts
                                                                            path to health
   donor when he partIcIpated like the hip.                                   "It worked for him He
   In a blood drive for the son     Apheresis mvolves draw-                 was a close enough match,'
   ora North teacher. The Red mg blood from an arm, hav-                    Moskaluk S81d
  Cross, whIch admmtstered       ing it run through         a                 Moskaluk said hiS stu-
  the blood dnve,         asked machme to remove the stem                  dents were proud of hIm for
  Moskaluk on forms whether cells, and returmng it to the                  bemg a donor, and he feels
  he would conSIder being on other arm. Moskaluk went                      satisfactIon at bemg able to
  the RegIstry of potential through two five-hour ses-                     help save someone's hfe
  donors for people who are 111 sIons of apheresis                            "I would recommend It for
  and need bone marrow              The Side effects of the                everyone You feel really
  Moskaluk agreed, and lD donor            process  mcludes                good afterwards It's shar-
  December of last year, he headaches and bone aches.                      ing your joy of lIfe,' he said.
  went through the process of Moskaluk         S8ld he had                    The Red Cross is in great
  glVlDgbone marrow              mmor bone aches, wluch he                 need     of bone marrow
     The Red Cross showed was able to treat With                           donors, particularly      from
  Moskaluk videos of the Tylenol.                                          Asian       and        Mncan
  donor process, gave hIm a         Moskaluk said the Red                  Amencans        WhIle       the
  phySIcal and tested him to Cross was very easy to work                   NatIonal    Marrow Donor                                                                    Pbow by Carne Cunlllngham
  make sure he was the nght WIth. He s8ld it paid for the                  Program of the Red Cross        Groue PolDte North HIgh School chelDiatry teacher Peter Moeka1uk partici-
  match      They     mformed process smce he was needed                   has seen more than 5 mIl- pated ID a Red Crou bone marrow dODOI' rogram aDd helped save a ute.
  Moskaluk that he should while a donor who IS unso-                       bon voluntary bone marrow people who are III and need your name on a regIstry as a Marrow Donor Program at
  not feel obligated to donate; licited has to pay a small                 donors, It has an acute need bone marrow                  donor Wlllmg to gIve bone (888) 999-6743
  Moskaluk told them he fee.                                               of more volunteers to 8ld       1b find out about puttIng marrow, call the National   Make love a reality

  Defer students help i North and South Band to host outdoor concert
              · ·
  d ee Iare M Ieh Igan                                                 I The bands and orchestras bands                and         symphony  There IS no admiSSIon Orchestra
                                                                      from Grosse Pointe North orchestras South's Jazztet charge for the concert, and Attendees
                                                                                                                                                                                                    are asked to

  Treasure C00k.
                                                                      and South HIgh Schools and Jazz Band WIll proVIde refreshments will be sold by bring laWll Ch81rs or blan-

                    Ie                                              I WIll present an outdoor con-

                                                                   I cert on Thursday,
                                                                                                       pre-concert musIc WIth a set the
                                                                                          May 27, ofc~m~mporary Jazz pIeces
                                                                      at 7 pm on the front laWll begmnmg at 6.15 p.m The
                                                                                                                                                   South       Band        and kets.

                                                                   I of South HIgh School The          symphony bands will play
      State Rep. Ed Gaffney (R- Michigan Treasure CookIe, I program WIllfeature penor- John Phlhp Sousa's most                               CAR PHOTOS IN CLASSIFIEDS
    Grosse Pomte) this week whIch is entirely made from manees by the combIned famous march, "The Stars
    welcomed a group of 12 stu- MIchigan products.                    concert bands, symphony and Stripes Forever"                              Advertise YOUR Car for Sale!
   dents and two teachers from         Parents volunteered to
   Defer Elementary School m make 80 dozen cookies to                                                                                                          Bring In or E.mall your
   Grosse Pomte Park to the mstnbute to lawmakers in                                                                                                        auto photo (Jpeg pleaM J.
   state CapItol for the intro- hopes of g8lD1Dgsupport for                                                                                           ....     rBte fs .18.85 tor 12 words;
   ductlon of legISlatIon declar- the legISlatIon.                                                                                             extra words are .85_, plus .10 color photo
   ing the Michigan Treasure           In addItion to learnIng
   Cookie the offiCIalcookIe for about and partiCIpatIng m
                                                                                                       This summer, let                                     or $5 black           white photo            a.
   the state of MIchIgan            the leglSlabve process, stu-
      Earlier th18 year, Defer dentatleamed about econom-
                                                                                                       your skin come                         Deadline is Tuesday by 12 noon!
                                                                                                                                              p.s. We Cln take tile photo... Come to our otIIce .." W8dneIdQ' 01
   fourt;P.;grade         teachers ICjI, J'B,ckagIng, technology                                       out and play.                                    Thursday 12n - SpIn and we'll tIlke tile photol
   Robert Palmer and And;-~culture
   Bac~         took "8 'l/tOup of jeet progressed.
                                                      as the pro-
                                                                                                  1hre'a ~
                                                                                                            -" ,
                                                                                                                    L'b the 1nlecIom .. ~. ,
                                                                                                                                                                 To set YOUR All ...
   students to the Capitol for a       "l receIved many letters                                   IUmW"-Ihe r-dom 10 .......                        Please call Oasslfleds 515=882.6900
                                                                                                                                                                                It                       lit                                                      5
  BOClal tumes unit on how a from these students m sup-                                                                                                   Oros!ie Jbint~ News
                                                                                       "..)QI wanI Anello oeIebraIe
  bill becomes law.                 port of an offiCIalstate cook-
     "When we got back, I saw Ie, and r am pleased to mtro-                                      ihat r-dom Wll're oIliInng a free                         &            .'OiHi:noH                                P-fJP--
  a teleVISIon program about duce the legIslatlon on theIr                                       laser fur I'lIlI'OWII naImenI when
  SIXstates that already have behalf," SBld Gaffney "The                                         )QI puthase a ~ _ pac/lDge
  an official state cookIe I Grosse Pomtes have one of
  thought Michigan should the best school mstncts m                                              befon,.hn 15 Yaulllib our IIwI-
  have one, too, and I thought the state These students                                         ~. ho.r-liw wnIIn guaranIlle. AneI
  this would be a good way for are takIng advantage of It,                                      )'OU1 Jo..Ihe ~ )QI1aak-and W
 the students to partICIpate and I want to encourage
  in the process by lobbying them to continue learnmg                                                  lASER HAIR REMOVAl
  and wntlng letters,' sBld all that there IS to learn.'                                        T-....s sIaI1lng at
 Palmer,         adding       that    Students were very eXClt-                                 Upper lip                         $99 95
 Gaffney helped a lot WIth ed about the Micmgan
                                                                                                841ano llne                      $199 95
 the process.                      Treasure CookIe
     For the proJect, students        "Unhke other state sym.                                   ~                                $219\15
 tested a dozen cookIe recIpes boIs, a state coolce IS some-                                    l.- Legs                        $309 95
 on teachers, who narrowed thmg everyone can have and                                           www amencanlasercenlen com
 the chOIce to two. About 68 somethIng a famJly can
 fourth-grade students then share together," said stu-
 chose       to    submIt      the dent Emlly Renton.

 Park girl wins Gold Award                                                                                  American Loser
     Ten Senior GIrl Scouts her submISSIon of the plan
  helped to lDcrease under- in 2001 through Its final
                                                                     F...... Ioccmons In ....
  stanmng and acceptance of mspectlon m July 2003                    MoIre> o.tro.t a....
  dIsablhtles, expose younger
  gIrls to volunteensm, host a
  dnve to make qUIlts for
  babIes, prepare youth for
  college and the work force,
  enhance a park WIth a sun-                      OSTEOPOROSIS
  dial and assist senior CIti-
  zens, all as a wsy of achlev-
  mg theIr Gold Award, the
  hIghest honor available to a
                                                TREATMENT STUDY                                                                                 At SMART, we're committed to the transponatlon       needs
                                                                                                                                                of the commuOItlcs we serve That's why we are now proud to
                                                                                                                                                announce newly expanded selVlce to and from the East: SKie
  GIrl Scout                    We are screening for
    The Gold Award - the                                                                                                                        Wayne state University, Cultural Center
  eqUivalent of becomIDg an     clinical research patients.                                                                                     Detroit Medical Center & VA Hospital
  Eagle Scout for Boy Scouts
 - IS a prestigIOUs award                                                                                                                        Will> apanda:I """""            on Roo"" 61 0 /615 ~                            VIa    John R and ea..,
 earned by less than 3 per-
 cent of Semor Girl Scouts      Postmenopausal women at                                                                                         SMART ~ """ the ~MARTer way 10 ode k>r W.VIl< 'iwr Unr.omny "Udems
                                                                                                                                                or for am'Onc       travelmg to and horn Dnron'li                  CutruraJ Ccntu                  -   IOcludJOg
 nationWIde Girl Scouts plan
 one to two years for the
                                least 45 years of age may                                                                                       the   OeU'()J[    McdJcal   (,cnrer      .and rhe        VetCf<IInoe;   AdmmlSrfillion                 Hospital

 award, and they have to               be
 pass ngorou8 components                                                                                                                        Gibraltar Trade Center/North
 relatlDg to effiCIent Organl'                                                                                                                  ~MART           now otter< ho,h northbound                    .nd southbound                  sctvK:e     '0 ,he
 zatlon, time management         Participants will receive:                                                                                     (,11""11,, Trad<       (-<Oler    ..   "ell -      VI'    Rou,e    <;(,0    (""'0'            every 5.alUnUy
 and leadershIp sloHs                                                                                                                           .nd '>undav For more d"",L, on ,hIS 'J'«,.I w~kend                                     "'''            pIck up •
    Grosse POinte Park resI-     - Bone Density Tests                                                                                           new Rou,e ~(,o ",hrdulr

 dent Meredith Schelwe of
 Troop 1838 made a sundIal       • Regular Visits and Evaluations
 at Three MIle Park She                                                                                                                         And More!
 worked closely WIth the City
                                 -Investigational Drug                                                                                          'Wh<.'rt"VC't    you want to ~ our c-xp.;mdro ~rvrcc to ,he t..a.M ""Ide- makC''l;
 Forester to select a locatJ.on • Payment for Participation                                                                                     rnlln~ '>M~Rl r'''cr Ih ••             <Yr'   f rom ,he ( Iry I,m",                    '0 ''''(Omh         M.1l
 and submit plans to the CIty                                                                                                                   tmm ,he VA H"'p".lto               flown''''''''          day   0' "'!\hI    -    "lAin,                on. roll
for approval She chose rose-
colored stone garden pavers         Michigan Bone & Mineral Clinic, PC                                                                                              Now That's
WIth 12 mch brass home
numbers for the tIme mark-
   Schelwe saId she learned
that persIstence and resolve
                                   at St. John Hospital & Medical Center

                                         For more Information pleas.                                                      call
led her to complete the pro-
Ject whIch extended from                         888-844-9010
_16A __                  H_a_rper Woods                                                                                                                                          May 27, 2004
                                                                                                                                                                          Grosse Pointe News

  Eastland Center institutes                                                                      District seeks funding
  Parental Escort Policy
 By Jennie Miller               ate a demand for more Jobs       Judo"
                                                                                                  for building repairs
                                                                                                  By Jennie Miller                   research askmg voters for a         that Will offer reSidents sev.
 Staff Wnter                    Wlthm the mall                      "We're trymg to bnng
                                                                                                  Staff Wnter                        bond to make much-needed            ersl optlOns to choose from
    In a danng decision that       In addItIOn, thiS policy      our level of tralnmg up to                                                                              Among the highest pnonty
                                                                 meet the needs of the cen-          After two failed bond           capitol Improvements
 will command change, the wl1l ehmmate habillty con-                                                                                                                     are safety Issues and OCR
                                                                 ter," Desrosl ers s81d           Issues In two years, the              "ThIS administratIOn got
 movers and shakers at cerns for mall admmlstra-                                                                                                                         comphance Issues
                                                                    Although the policy will      Harper        Woods      School    us to where we are today,"
 Eastland      Center    have tors who argue that a shop-                                                                                                                    "We're gomg to let the
 agreed     to mstltute       a pmg mall IS not a licensed       not be taken mto effect for      District now understands           he S81d
                                                                                                  that reSidents Will not sup-          And where that IS Isn't          community decide, but we're
 Parental Escort Pohcy          day care faclh ty                another few weeks, the
                                                                                                  port razing the eXisting           exactly clear The comnnttee         not gomg to give an all-or-
    The deCIslOncomes after        "We are not a babyslttmg      announcement was made
                                                                                                  schools and bUlldmg anew           knows there        are more         nothmg        proposal     hke
 47 years of servmg the BervIce," Slmlhdes-Nelson                early to ready the pubhc for
                                                                                                     But      consldenng       the   rep81rs needed than there           before, Klen s81d, adding
 community as a premier s81d "When parents drop                  the change The center IS
                                                                                                  numerous problems faood by         are funds But It also has a         that there Wlllbe choloos for
 shoppmg center, a local off thelr children at the               seelung community volun-
                                                                                                  the dlstnct, reconstruction        hiStory of falled attempts to       voters to decide how much
 haven for retail and cus- door of the mall, there IS no         teers to act as mall greeters
                                                                                                  IS stili a necessity And the       reach out to the community          they are Wllhng to fund
 tomer servIce But admm- one taking responslblhty                over the course of the next
                                                                                                  questlOn of who Wlll pay for          Architect Dan Kntta of           "They can choose whether
 lstrators have concluded for them once mSlde Is It              few weeks by handing out
                                                                                                  It IS up m the aIr                 Strat Wold was on hand to           they're gomg to hit a smgle,
 that the most effiCient way really safe for parents to          fliers and copies of the pol-
                                                                                                     At an open commumty             layout the many Improve-            a double or a tnple."
 to address concerns and leave their kids in the                 ICy
                                                                                                  forum held at the high             ments needed by the school              But residents who turned
 ensure patron safety IS to hands of a bwldmg?"                     Once the pohcy has been
                                                                                                  school on Monday, May 24,          buildings m order to func"          out at the forum mSlsted
 follow In lme With 19 other       The move wll1 also            taken mto effect, se<:Unty
                                                                                                  the newly-formed Faclhtles         tlon m the future                   that It won't be that easy.
 malls whtch have set up a decrease         the feeling of       officers Will stand at each
                                                                                                  AdVlsory           CommIttee          Among the problems are               "Accountablhty IS neces,
 curfew for Its teenage shop- mhmldatIon          felt     by    mall entrance to make sure
                                                                                                  mformed residents of Its           detenoratmg       foundahons        sary,~ sald Harper Woods
 pers                           patrons who are faced With       all patrons are of age dur-
                                                                                                  contmued desperate search          and structural        damage,        reSident Betty Hodges "We
    The pohcy, wluch will go large gToups of teenagers           109 the appropnate time
                                                                                                  for ways to fund needed            cracks ill walls, Window Sills       need to know where the
 mto effect on June 15, whtle shoppmg and walk-                  penods If a mInOr 18 seen
                                                                                                  Improvements                       and asphalt, broken ceiling          money IS We are not votlng
 states that those under the Ing through stores                  entermg the mall Without a
                                                                 responsible       adult     or      Weekly meetmgs have             hIes, doors that won't close,       unless a guaranteed mainte-
 age of 18 must have a par-        According      to      J ac                                                                                                           nance plan IS m place"
                                                                 guardlan, the child Will         been       conducted       since   rusted water pipes, non-
 ent or guardIan With them DesrOSiers,            Eastland's
                                                                                                                                     operating fountams, lockers             The commlttee       alP.'eed
                                Director of Secunty, large       either be asked to leave or      February, after the Office of
 m the mall after 5 p m                                                                                                              that won't open, and a major        Wlth Hodges and explained
                                                                 escorted to a youth area to      CIVIl Rights reported hun-
    The policy was pIOneered groups of teens are a com-                                                                              settling Issue at the htgh          plans to suggest that the
 m 1996 by the Mall of mon Sight at the mall, and                W81tfor a nde home               dreds of mfractlOns In the
                                                                    "We want to stress that       school dlstnct These mfrac.        school                               school board not only form
 Amenca In Minneapohs,          the number can even reach                                                                                                                 an overSight co=ittee,     but
                                                                 while everyone IS welcome        bons make It necessary for            There are also numerous
 and Immediate success was the thousands on the week.                                                                                safety hazards throughout            also hire a bUIlding manag.
                                                                 at Eastland Center, whtle        the dlstnct to comply by the
 demonstrated.     After two end        Some even block
                                                                                                                                     the bUildings                        er
                                entrances to stores, mak-        here, they need to abide by      end of the year or It Wllllose
 years spent researchmg                                                                                                                 And these Issues don't               Although plans are still 10
                                                                 a      code   of conduct,~       all federal funding
 the pohcy and Its effects on Ing It dIfficult for patrons                                                                           even begm to tackle the              the formative stages, the
                                                                 Smubdes-Nelson s81d "We             But the committee IS well
 other malls In vanous com- to have a pleasant shop.                                                                                 OCR infractIOns Among the            conumttee values all mput
                                                                 cannot be responsible for        aware that the community
 murubes, Eastland admIn- ping expenence The use of                                               refuses to bear the burden of      more costly Items on that            from      the     commuruty.
 Istrators are certam It Will profamty or mappropnate            these Iuds"
                                                                                                  the dlstnct's lack of account-     list bathrooms, drinkmg              Meetings are held every
 prove benefiCial in thiS gestures IS common, and a                 But admimstrators want
                                                                                                  ablhty when It comes to            fountams and second.floor            Thursday at 7 pm, in the
 commuruty as well              rare fight can break out         to make It clear that they
                                                                                                  m81ntenance.                       classrooms are maccesslble           high school's media center.
    "Out of the 19 other           In other malls which          are not trymg to alienate
                                                                                                     "A lot of the problems m        for handlcapped students,               The forum was Vldeotaped
 malls 10 the country which have instituted the policy,          their younger chentele
                                                                                                  the buJIdlngs were at one          teachers and parents                 and Willbe aired on Channel
 have mstltuted thiS poliCY, the number of senous InCl-             "It's not that these Iuds
                                                                 are not welcome anymore,"        time m81ntenance Issues,~             The comnnttee has deCld-          20 Coples of the tape are
 every     one    has    seen dents       mvolvmg       teens
                                                                                                                                     ed to pnontlze the dIstnct's         also aV811ableat the Harper
                                                                 Slmlhdes.Nelson         said     s81d DaVld Klen, member of
 mcreased sales and traffic, dropped 300 percent Within                                                                              needs and formulate a plan           Woods Pubhc Library
                                                                 "We're not turnmg our            the FAC "But at thlS POint,
 lOcreased mterest from the first year.
 potential stores, and over-       In order to ready Itself      backs on them"                   they are beyond rep81r The
 whelmmg support from the for the mstltutlon of the                 She explained that the        dlstnct does not have the
                                                                                                  funding to undertake these
 community," s81d Eastland new
 General      Manager
                                         policy,   Eastland
                          Rita Secunty officers have been
                                                                 mall still plans to orgamze
                                                                 ItS yearly teen-centered         proJects "                              Harper Woods Head Start
                                undergomg an intensive           events, such as the Hip             Committee         members               RecrUitment Will be held on Wednesday, June 9,
                                                                 Hop Summit          and the      inSisted that blame cannot              from 11 a m to 3 pm, at Beacon Elementary School,
    The enticement of new tralDlng process, Includmg
                                                                  Busybodies Klds Club on         be placed on the dlstnct's              located at 19475 Beaconsfield
 retml shops IS one bonus conflict resolution,           teen
                                                                  the first Saturday of each      current        admlnlstratlOn,             Children must be mcome ehglble and between the
 patrons      are   sure     to sensltlVlty and cultural
                                                                  month They WIllsWI spon-        whose tenure began about                ages of 2 1/2 and 5 years Parents should bnng proof of
 embrace, follOWIng In hne diverSity seminars They
                                                                  sor     the   Boy Scouts'        five years ago                         mcome, shot record. birth certificate, msurance card,
 WIth the recent addltIon of have also attended classes
                                                                                                      "We cannot direct the               and three proofs of reSidence It is reqUired to be a res.
 Sears and Lowe's These on utlhzmg the confbct res-                                                blame aCthe current school             Ident of Grosse Pomte "'or Harper Woods m order to
 addltlOns WllI 10 turn cre. olution tact~ of "V\lrbal               See TEENS, Page 17A
                                                                                                   board and admlmstratlOn,"              participate 10 Head Start
                                                                                                   he said "It's been happenmg               For more mformatlOn, contact Head Start's office at
                                                                                                   every day for a long time,             (313) 369-4600 or (313) 245-9041
                                                                                                   but thiS admlmstratIon rec-               Head Start and Early Head Start are comprehensive
                                                                 Camp to be held at                ogmzed a need nght away."              chtld development programs that serve children and
                                                                                                      Klen pomted out that an             their famIlies They are child-focused progrBnlS and
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Rugged good looks found in 4Runner 4WD Limited
By Greg Zyla                              gy IS abundant                               WIth       DownhIll     AsSIst               seats tumbhng forward for                                                              SeqUOia Even the fuel                                                                    trimmed               mtenor,
  Thls week we test dnve                     Our tester had the optIOn-                Control, whlch aIds engme                    lmproved entry and eXIt Of                                                             mIleage dIfference is mml-                                                               adjustable,    heated     front
the 2004 Toyota 4Runner                   al $2,675 JBL SyntheSIS 3-                   brakmg to Improve direc-                     course, With the third row                                                             mal, WIth the SeqUOia at 14                                                              seats, and HomeLmk garage
4WD Llmlted, a midsize                    m-I sound system and GPS                     tIOnal control dunng descent                 upnght, the cargo room IS                                                              mpg CIty, 17 mpg highway,                                                                door opener
SW loaded with technology                 navigatIon     system     ThiS               on steep or shppery sur-                     dramatically      decreased,                                                           and 4Runner at 15 and 19                                                                    Other Important numbers
and good looks - base pnce                incredIble    sound system                   faces It works ill reverse as                from 75 1 to 12 1 cubIC feet                                                           rnpg                                                                                     mclude a 23-gallon fuel
$36,970, pnce as tested                   comes With 10 speakers,                      well                                         If both a thIrd row and                                                                   Of course, a trlmmed-                                                                 tank, 1098-mch wheelbase,
                                          rear-seat audio WIth remote                     The 4Runner also offers                   ample cargo room are Impor-                                                            down 4Runner can still be                                                                4,245-pound curb weight,
  There was a bme when                    WIreless headphone capabl1-                  Hill-Start   AsSist Control                  tant, Toyota s Sequoia IS a                                                            conSiderably more afford-                                                                9 1-mch ground clearance,
4Runner looked Ilke Toyota's              lty, channel dlsplay, steenng                (HAC) on all models, mclud-                  cOnlnderatlon, as It still                                                             able and, WIth the V-6                                                                   and 7,OOO-pound towmg
workhorse SlN, but not one                wheel controls and a remote                  mg the two-wheel dnves. A                    offers a maxImum 36 2 cubiC                                                            engIne, more fuel-fnendly.                                                               capacIty
you'd take on the town The                control The naVlgatlOn sys-                  first for an SlN, HAC IS                     feet WIth the third-row                                                                   That saId, we encourage                                                                  In all, the 4Runner IS
workhorse      aspect    still            tem mcludes a 7-mch, touch-                  deSigned to prevent the                      upnght                                                                                 the V-6 engIne option to 8ld                                                             qUite a vehicle Good look-
eXlBts, WIth a 47-lIter V-S               screen LCD momtor and                        vehIcle from rolhng back-                       That raIses one of our cnt-                                                         fuel mIleage, If you prefer                                                              mg, and loaded WIth perfor-
engme (a 4-hter V-6 IS also               vOIce guidance A final ele-                  ward or shppmg SIdeways                      Ical pomts       about     the                                                         the V-B, maybe the SeqUOIa                                                               mance as well We rate It a 9
aVlUlablel and great off-road             ment IS the rear-Vlew cam-                   dunng transitIOn from a                      4Runner      Our tester      IS                                                        IS a better optIOn                                                                       on a scale of 1 to 10
                                          era, which proJcets an Image                 stopped positIon to chmbmg                   pnced WIthm $1,000 of the                                                                 Other standard items of                                                                  LIkes    Stereo     system,
capabilitles However, nowa-
                                          onto the momtor when                         an upgrade Imagine the                       base SeqUOia, and only                                                                 note on the 4Runner mclude                                                               rugged good looks and four-
days this brute looks good at
                                          reverse IS engaged                           four-wheehng        confidence                $5,000 less than a loaded                                                             multIstage     front alrbags,                                                            wheelmg/tractlOn technolo-
playas well.
   The 4Runner LImIted bas                   Off-roaders WIll apprecI-                 and overall Improved safety                  versIOn of Toyota s largest                                                            vehicle stabIlity control WIth                                                           gy Dlshkes Too simlldl to
                                          ate some of the technology                      Both the Limited and                       SUV Addmg thIrd-row seats                                                             tractIOn control,      17-mch                                                            SeqUOIa, V-8 engIne fuel
a number of great features
to talk about, from the mte-              Toyota      bas    put     mto               lower-cost SR5 4Runner                       IS a mce thought, but the                                                              steel wheel~, automatlc up                                                               mIleage
                                          4Runner's     dnvetram      All              models now offer third-row                    4Runner     has essentially                                                           and doy,n rear wmdow With                                                                            - King Fcallll< ,
nor to the dnvetram Let's
start IDSlde,where technolo-              4WD models come standard                     seatmg, WIth the second-row                   become a competitor to the                                                            Jam     protectIOn     leather                                                                               ","dllllt,

Focus-----------                                                                       a little cramped, but what do
From page 20A                              has aged gracefully on the
                                           Focus, whIch offers a brand-                you expect - a hmo? Not for
   All m all, think of the                 new, 2 3-lIter engIne that's                under $15,000.
Focus     as    the   Rodney               much more powerful than                        Why buy it? Fantastic
Dangerfield of compact ears                you'd expect from an econo-                 handlmg and a powerful
It's one of the best vehIcles              my car                                      new engine make the Ford
lD Its class, and It deserves                 DespIte some cheap-look-                 Focus one of the best com-
much more respect than its                 mg matenals, the affordable                 pact cars on the road It has
cbeap pnce tag would sug-                  Ford Focus has a comfort-                   a sporty, fun dnVlng feel and
gest                                       able mtenor WIth roomy                      a modern look
   Ford's "New Edge" stylIng               front seats The back seat is

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              Plans under way to fix Salter Park damage
               By Jennie Miller                   utlhze the space 10 Salter       of the Park, mcludmg the         and John Bobak of the parks
               Staff Wnter                        Park where the old tenms                                                                                 $100,000 from Midwest            headache he faces now
                                                                                   parkmg lot, the Side",alks       and recreatIOn department              Bndge until the entire con-
                 The rubble that          has     courts and handball courts       and curbs, spnnkler heads,                                                                                  "ThiS IS the only blemish
               become the south end of                                                                                "What the meetIng did                structIon project has been       on an extremely successful
                                                  eXIsted He gave the compa-       trees and the eXlstmg grass     was Identlfy the dISagree-
               Salter Park ISclose to seemg       ny penmSSlon to store Its                                                                                completed                        project between the state
                                                                                      "What a mess he created,"    ments," Leldlem said                       Leldlem IDSIStsthe bndge
               improvements, said Harper          eqUipment and supphes 10         Leldlem said, lookmg at                                                                                  and Harper Woods," he s81d
               Woods city manager Jim                                                                                 Those reps from MDOT                 and freeway proJect was a        "It was a great cooperative
                                                  that area dunng the course       photos of the area              wlll serve as mediators,
               LellUem.                          of the constructIOn project                                                                               success, regardless of the       effort "
                                                                                      Gary Waters of Midwest       evaluatmg what they feel
                 "It's lessons learned," he      In      exchange,     Midwest     Bndge disputes Leldlem's
               Bald, after hours of negotiat-                                                                      Midwest Bndge IS responsi-
                                                 Bndge agreed to restore the      claIm that much of the dam-      ble for fixlOg.
              ing with those at fault "If I      greenbelt of that section of      age was caused by hiS com-
              had to do It all over agam, I                                                                           "Hopefully, we WIll work
                                                 the park, once constructIOn      pany and refused to comply       thiS out The big problem IS
              wouldn't"                          had been completed               With all of the city's          gettmg the contractor to
                 The conthct all began m             After two years, Midwest     demands      Leldlem found
              early     2001, when       the                                                                      respond," Leldlem added
                                                 Bndge moved out of the           hlDlself at a stalemate         that he IS still waltmg for a
              Michigan Department          of    area, and Leldlem soon              Last week, Leldlem con-
              Transportation     began Its                                                                        call from Waters he was
                                                 noticed 20 to 30 truckloads      ducted a meetmg With            supposed to have receIVed
              $40 million project to redo        of spOiled matenal which         Waters,      representatives
              the freeway bndges from                                                                             on Fnday "It's lIke pullmg
                                                 had been dumped ill that         from MDOT Mlchael Ustlle        teeth"
             Vernier       to    downtown.       area The company was             and Cednk DargID, the
              LeldIein made an agreement                                                                             Good news to Leldlem IS
                                                 plannmg to use that maten-       Harper Woods City engineer      that the "tale IS wlthholdmg
             with MOOT to mclude the             al to restore the greenbelt
             renovatIon of the service              "We wanted some good
             dnve along Harper Woods at         clean fill 10 there," Leldlem
             the same tIme, a move              sald of hiS dlssatlsfactlOn
             which saved the City more          WIth the restoratIOn plan
             than $1 rmlhon                         In additIon,      Leldlem
                Dunng that tlDle, Leld1em       accused Midwest Bndge of
             allowed MIdwest Bndge to           further damagmg the area

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                                                                                                                                                                Serving the community for over 20 years With:
                                           was parked 10 the street
             Armed robbery                 when an umdentIfied sub-
                                                                                                                                                                 • 24 hour skilled sub-acute
                 "If I thmk you're goona Ject broke the dnver's Side                                                                                                       NUrling .. rvic ••
              push a button, I wi start WIndow and stole the Items                                                                                               • Rehab: Physical, Occupetlonal and
              shootmg " These are the                     •                                                                                                                 Speech Therapie.
              words 'an unknown man           Whl1e eXItIng work m the
              scrolled on a note he passed 18000 block of VernIer on                                                                                             • Adult clay Care Center
              through a teller's WlDdowat Fnday, May 21, at 8:30 p.m ,                                                                                           • Child Care center
              a bank 10 the 19600 block of an Eastpomte man noticed                                                     Ph.eo <OUrlea)' of J,Ol Leullem
              Vermer on Fnday, May 21, someone leaVing hiS car, a                  Th1Il is one of the areas of satter Park IlHd and
              at 4.05 p.m.                 blue 1989 Chevrolet van He
                The teller, a Cllnton began to chase the perpetra-
                                                                                 clamaged by Mlclwest Bridge while storing equipment
                                                                                 and SUppUe8 dUJ'fng its CODStniCtiOU project in 2001.
                                                                                                                                                                AUTUMN WOODS
                                                                                                                                                                           10 minutes from 1.94 and '.696
             Township woman, began tor on foot, after notICing hIs               02. Gary Waters has accepted responsDlWity for the
             emptying her register of $1, WIndow was broken, and hiS             clamage C8W1ecl in this area, but dfsputes cJaima of                           29800 Hoover Road               Phone 586-574-3444
             $5, $10 and $20 bills The CD player was mIssmg                      other damage. such as to the parking lot and side-                             Warren, MIchigan 48093          Fax 586-574-9548
             perpetrator,     a 250-pound                                        walks.                                                                              MedICare, Medicaid and Blue Cross Certified
             man WIth glasses and a full
             beard, began stuffing the
             bills mto his Jacket pockets
                "Hurry upl Hurry upl" He
             yelled as she scrambled to
             collect the money. As the
             man approached the front
             doors to leave, the woman
             actIvated the sIlent hold up
                                                                                    Colors and Styles,
            alarm. Once he was gone, a
            fellow teller locked the
            banJ-'s front door The dnve-
                                                                     With the Service, Selection & Value of
          I up teller noticed the man
            enter and dnve away m a
            white 1993 Dodge van,
            whIch Harper Woods Pollce
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            later discovered was report-
            ed stolen out of Detroit

           Auto larceny
               The sound of a dog bark-
            109at four 10 the mommg on
            Monday, May 17, fIDled to
            alert a reSident of the 18500
            block of Woodcrest that
            someone was breakIng mto
           hIS car But when he awoke
           at 7 25 am, he discovered
           the screen had been cut on
           hIs dnver's Side rear WID-
           dow and more than $500 m
           eqmpment had been stolen
           from hiS 1990 Chevrolet
           Astrovan Among the Items
           stolen were hiS car stereo,
           valued at $279, an amplIfier
           valued at $199, and speak-
           ers valued at $230
            A radio and Video camera
          were stolen from a white
          1991 BMW parked 10 the
          19100 block of WoodSide on
          Fnday, May 21, between 2
          a m and 6 p m The vehIcle

           From Page 1M
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           She argued that the purpose
           of thiS new polIcy IS to
           ensure the safety of every-
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              "We need to make sure we
           proVide     a   comfortable
           atmosphere as a busmess
          and       as     employers,"
          Slmlhdes-Nelson said "We
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             WhIle admittedly appre-
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20A                     Automotive                                                                                                                                 May 27,2004
                                                                                                                                                        Grosse Pointe News

                                                                             Focus deset'ves respect fur t;porty
                                                                             handling, powerful engine
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                                                                                 When I told fnends I was
                                                                             testmg the Ford Focus for
                                                                              thlll week's column, most of
                                                                                                                      It Just about perfect It feels
                                                                                                                      lIke a much more expensive
                                                                                                                         WhIle handhng IS what
                                                                                                                                                        options for about $19,000
                                                                                                                                                       No compl81nts here
                                                                                                                                                          InSide, the Focus lS shght-
                                                                                                                                                        ly better than average com-
                                                      EJ.f>       24No.
                                                      ~           LellIe     them gave me a look of pIty              makes the Focus really            pared WIth other cars in Its
                                                                              as if to say, "You poor, poor           stand out from the economy-       price range Llke all econo-
                                          Sign&Go                            soul" I still don't under-               car crowd, It knOWIi some        my cars, It suffers from some
                                    24 month iinpIo) ........                lltand why lIome people look             other     neat   tncks.   For    cheap-lookIng plastic trun
                                                                              down theIr nOBeIi t the httle           starters, there are three ter-    and chmtzy fabnc on the
                                                                              Ford Focus, except because              rIfic four.cyhnder engInes        seats Ford says the "tex-

                               ••                                            It'll so mexpenslve that they
                                                                             figure It can't be any fun to
                                                                             drive After all, how good can
                                                                                                                      avallable - the baSIC 110-
                                                                                                                      horsepower versIOn, a 2.0-
                                                                                                                      hter that makes a smooth
                                                                                                                                                       tured velour fabnc" offers an
                                                                                                                                                       "upscale ambiance," but it
                                                                                                                                                       honestly looks like a low-
                                                                             a car be when Its lltartmg               130 horsepower,        and a     rent stuc:ho apartment with
                                                                             pnce IS only about $13,000,              brand-spankm'-new 2 3-liter      a new coat of paint Oh well.
                                                                             m1D.US   Incentives?                     versIon that's good for 145      That's the price you pay for
                                                                                The answer Pretty dang                horses.                          the price you pay.
                                                                             good MaInly because of Its                  The new englDe IS espe-          DespIte the f81rly cheap
      Sign&Go                                                                firm, European-feehng sus-               Cially unpressive When I         look, the interIor is remark-
      39 rriiinth employee .....                                             pension, the Focus 18 a blast            first stepped on the gas, the    ably comfortable The seats
      .....   S307f15
                                                                             to dnve through comers. It's             145 horses qUickly moved         are firm and supportIve to
                                                                             responBlve and controllable,             from a trot to a stampede.       fit m WIth the car's sporty
 2004 PacIfica
                                                                             letting the driver get a won-               Even WIth an automatic        personality, and controls- all
                                                                             derful feel of the road. At the          tranBml8Sl0n, I soon leamed      seem to be well placed and

                                       ........   EJ.f>
                                                                  Z4 No.
                                                                             same tlme, it doesn't have
                                                                             an uncomfortably bumpy
                                                                             nde The nuxture of respon-
                                                                             IIlve handlmg and supple
                                                                                                                      that this Focus could clurp
                                                                                                                      Its tlres when leaving stop-
                                                                                                                      lights tfyou gave It too much
                                                                                                                      gas. It had muscle-ear speed,
                                                                                                                                                       lOgical.There's also plenty of
                                                                                                                                                       room In the front seats, but
                                                                                                                                                       the back seat can be a httle
                                                                                                                                                       cramped, exactly as expect-
                                                                             lughway comfort 18 hard to               go-kart handhng, a kIller        ed In a compact car.
                                         Sign&Go                             get nght, but the Focus gets             stereo,    and some mce             From a stylIng stand-
                                    24 month impIo)'ee Ieese.                                                                                          POInt, the Focus still looks
                                                                                                                                                       fresh and lO.OovatIve even
                                                                                                                                                       though It was Introduced a
                                                                                                                                                       half-decade ago. It was the
                                                                                                Mercedes-                  Benz
                                                                                                                                                       first Ford to feature "New
                                                                                                                                                       Edge" styling WIth harsh
                                                                                             EAST          MEETS             WEST                      creases and mtersectmg
                                                                                        Sales        a   Leasing Specialists                           lInes, and It's aged graceful-
                                                                                                                                                       ly - somethIng you can't
                                                                                                                                                       say about too many cars
                                                                                                                                                       WIth "revolutIonary" styling

                                                                                                                                                          On a SIde note, if you're
      Sign&Go                                                                                                                                          lookIng for more perfor-
      24 rriOnII employee ......                                                                                                                       mance than even the new
                                                                                                                                                       2.3-hter englDe can offer,
                                                                                                                                                       check out the SVT Focus. It
                                                                                                                                                       makes 170 horsepower and
                                                                                     New CO' Sales                                  PTel'klUllY ~      comes WIth a
                                                                              _~~_                                                 SaIes~!attve
                                                                                                                                                       six-speed manual transmlB-
                                                                                                                ,--                                    810n - very, very fun The
                                                                                                                                                       same      department      that
                                                                                                                                                       bUIlds the Mustang Cobra
                                                                                                                                                       and the super-fast Lightmng
                                                                                                                                                       pickup truck makes It, and It
                                                                                     Mercedes            Benz of Bloomfield               Hills        starts     out   at    around
                                                                                       36600 Woodward.      Bloomfield Kills • ~400.l                  $18,000.
                                                                                                between     Me ~e a. Big Beaver

Ba                      Comm uni ty                                                                                                                    ,.N~.'!2_:

 Eastside Republican Club PAC holds fundraiser
  Nearly 100 GOP faithful       109 from an mcreaamg ws-        taxes leVIed on the home
Jomedtosupportloca\candl-       solutIon of marnage and         whIch they purchase ThIs,                                                                        Sunrise
dates     at     Smdbad's
Restaurant 10 DetrOit on
May 3 for the annual
                                numbers of children born
                                outside of wedlock. "With
                                marnage on the wane, chll-
                                                                he 88.ld, would help senIors
                                                                who needed to downSize,
                                                                along Wlth helpmg groWlng
                                                                                                                                                                 R0t ary
EastSide Repubhcan Club         dren are 8ufTenng," said                  t
                                                                fl1ll1llJeso purchase a larger
PAC Fundr81ser                  Corngan. She s81d that one
                                out of three marnages in
                                                                home m the area.                                                                                 run set
    In    nearby      Macomb Michigan Wlll result 10              Bill Lucas, candldate for
 County, the PreSident Bush dlvorce proeeedmgs
 cmnp81gn held an outdoor
                                                                Wayne      County
                                                                announced that he has
                                                                                      shenfT,                                                                    Sept. 18
 rally on the same evenmg         The Michigan Supreme          launched an aggressive cam-                                                                         One of the Pomtes' most
 attractmg local dlgmtanes, Court has been addressmg            P81gn    to   meet people                                                                        popular fun runs will return
 10cludmg Mike Rogers of fanuly andjuvemle 18SUes          m    throughout Wayne County.                                                                         tlus fall
 Mlcrogan's                8th recent months                    Lucas la a former FBI agent,                                                                        The 25th annual Grosse
 CongreSSiOnalThstnct                                           Wayne      County     shenfT,                                                                   Pointe Sunnse Rotary annu-
                                  Gaffney, dlStnct state rep-   Wayne County executive,                                                                          al fun run IS scheduled for
   The last-mmute preslden- resentatlve of Grosse PolOte        and circuIt court judge                                                                          Saturday, Sept 18 Money
 bal camp8Ign stop prevent-
                               Farms, thanked the PAC for                                                                                                       r8Ised supports numerous
 ed Rogers from spealtmg as Its support In his first cmn-         Also     appeanng       was                                                                   local chanbes
 scheduled to the Eastside paign m 2002, and asked for          MichIgan busmess owner                                                                              The event Will require
 Republlcan Club In his cont-.nued support m 2004               Bob Smart, running for the                                                                      closmg three       lanes of
 place, the PAC proVIded a as he seeks reelection               Repubhcan nominatJon as a                                                                       Lakeshore            between
 forum featuring remarks Gaffney also discussed lus             candldate for the state board                                                                   Provencal     and     Warner
 from MIchigan Supreme bill, HB 4600, to unprove
 Court     Justice     Maura motonst safety by restrict-
                                                                of education. Smart said           From left to right are: Chief JaaUc:e Mama        Coma-      roads.
                                                                that a recovermg economy 18      an, Tom McCleary, Rep. Ed Gaffney, Ed JOHpb, BJII                 ActlVlbes begIn at 8 a.m.
Corngan, along with state ing teenage dnvers to no              essential for the health of      Lucas and Uta Mc:Keeball.                                      Pier Park serves as both
Rep      Ed Gaffney, and more than one other non-               our schools. He B8Idthat hlS                                                                    start and finish line. Races
Repubhcan candidates for related teen in the car dur-           mterest as a citJzen and par-                                                                   mclude nms of one, five and
Wayne County sberrlT and ing a new driver's first year.         ent propels 1um to seek thlS      ates are able to enter the       Proceeds from the event      10 mUes, and a wheelchaJr
the state board of educatJon                                    office. Smart said he would       work force WIthout remed1a-    are used to support local      event
                                  Gaffney d1scussed his con-    have no vested mterest in         bon Second, he s81d, 18the     candldates.                       The route extends from
   Conngan spoke on the cern for rising property                the board, and would be          importance       of holdmg                                     Lakeshore to FIsher to
reelection of Justice Stephen taxes in the 1st DIStrict He      open to new ideas and            schools accountable for edu-       Gratitude was expressed     Grosse Pomte Boulevard, a
Markman to the Micmgan has mtroduced HB 4784,                   opportumties.                    catlonal results. Fmally,       to the f81thful who demon-     left at Moross, nght turn at
Supreme        Court      thiS offering property tax rehef                                       alternatJves should be devel-   strated their support of the   Kercheval,      right      on
November Corngan also by permitting purchasers of                 Smart said his campaign        oped so that every graduate     grass-roots party efforts by   Provencal and back to
took a number of questJons a home in the same school            is centered on three eNs"        IS able to participate m the    attending, and to all of the   Lakeshore.
from the group regardlng dlstnct to take over the               First,  he Wlll promote          state's economic advance-       speakers who rose to the                  _ Brad Lmdberg
the unpact on sOCIety  result- capped value of the property     achIevement, so that gradu-      ment.                           occaSIOn

                                                                                                                                                IRISH I:r:JFPEB
   The Gem Hunter, Gary W.
Bowersox, will be returning
PongraczlLalonde Jewelers for his
fifth consecutive show. Come and

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                                                                                                                 t. AHEE jewelers
                                                                                                               the    23rd  annual
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CNN, FOX and ABC, now see him in                                                                 the Capuchm         Soup Kitchen.
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person at our store. You can also
                                                                                                 AHEE jewelers,        20139 Mack
purchase his latest book, and he will                                                            Avenue, Grosse Pointe Woods.
be available for book signings.
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                                                                                                 and thickness      while promotIng
   Foot & Ankle Center                          COlLEGE GRADUATIONS-.                            new hair growth        Now through
                                                 Lookmg for a gift that's unusual                May you'll      receive     a 16 oz.
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                                             for that certaln someone who's so                   Woman's Program (shampoo and                 Custom 'Artistic Cupolas'         designed
   FOOT CARE for all ages mcludmg            hard to buy for.. The NOTRE                         conditioner)       With     a FREE           & hand made from trees            grown in
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                                             large selection of unique items. And                Grosse      POlOte     Greenhouse,
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                                                                                                                                                                    Section B
                                                                    eatures          May       27,       2004
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 Teaming up for life
 By Brad Lindberg                   Relay for Ltfe a pnonty             "We begm
Staff Wnter                         among the many events we         WIth a senes
   Even the bravest can't           sponsor,' Mmms said              of cancer SIJr-
fight beyond Ius strength. It        'Cancer has touched all our     VlVOrs who
takes a team. Sometunes             hves 10 some way Whether         have been
even more                          through the loss of a fanuly      nommated to
   An army of teammates             member or fnend, or as           carry OIJr
WIll convene next month to          cancer SUl'Vlvors, we have       torch,"
fight a common enemy.               all expenenced the scere of      Slterlet s81d.
Caneer                             cancer Through the                   The torch
   Unlike images the devas-        Antencan Cancer Soc1ety's        IS passed
tatmg illness unphes, the          Relay for We, we not only        from one sur.
gathenng won't be one of           r81se money to help find the     vivor to
gloom and doom                     cure for can~'er, we also cel-   another untIl
   "It's totally opposite," s81d   ebrate those who have            the last m
Cmdy Slterlet, ro-chatr of         fought and beaten thts ter-      line hghts
the Anterican Cancer               nble disease."                   the 'Ibwer of                                                                  PheW by Robert McKean
Soc1ety Relay for Life m St.           The Relay cap5 months of     Hope.                                                        KeDy Lennox and Carol Per-
Clatr Shores                       fundr8JSmg for the cancer        SUrYlvors are                                              owlch of St. Clair Shores. left.
   "It's a bunch of people         50C1ety People who have          given                                                      walk the Relay for Life. a
who get together to take up        r8JSed donatIons by sellmg       medals The                                                 fWlClraiaer for the American
the fight agamst cancer,"          candy bars and Relay beers       ceremony                                                   Cancer Society. The 24-hour
Slterlet s81d                      or h05tIng bake sales and        has a tone of                                              event has somber moments.
   The fundr81ser takes            golf outmgs depoSit their        OlympIC                                                    such .. the Dighttlme Lumi-
place 10 a largely festIve         mom'y dunng the 24-hour          grandelJr                                                  nary Ceremony. but Is malnJy
atmosphere overrught               Relay.                               "These                                                 acdebraUonofille.Up~t
Fnday, June 4-5, at                    Relay for Life developed     people are                                                 atUtudes abound.Wltneu
Blossom Heath Park off'            from an Idea m 1985.             Olympians m our =ds,"               "BUSlOesseS open        Peter Birkner, diaplay adver-
Jeff'ersonJust   past Nine             "A doctor m Tacoma,          s81d Slterlet. "They are         their hearts and vol-      tising Dl8DlIiel' for the spoD-
MUe.                               Wash., declded to do some-       absolutely beautJful "           unteer to help,"           sorinl GlOMe Pointe Ne1R
   "We pay tnbute to cancer        thmg about cancer," Slterlet        Then the Relay begms.         Siterlet s81d.             and The St. Clair Shores Con-
 SUl'Vlvors," Slterlet said.       881d "He got donations to        Te8lnB of about 15 people        "Outback Steakhouse                                                   mvolves lighting votIve can-
                                                                                                                                nection ne1nlpapera. right.
"We have a humongous cer-          walk around a track for 24       take turns walkmg or run-        cooks diner (begin-                                                   dles In lummary bags, each
                                                                                                                                hamming It up as a cancer
emony. We honor them."             hours. Over the years we         nlDg around a track Each         nmg at 4'30 p.m.                                                      a $10 donation Ahalfhour
                                                                                                                                poDup with Relayera.
   She's proud to say 94           are here today."                 team tnes to keep at least       Fnday) and BIg Boy                                                    IS reserved for people to
 cents of every dollar r818ed          Slterlet got Involved        one member on the track at       serves hotdogs at                laughed,                             make SIlent laps around the
goes "right back into the          when her mend, and now           all tlmes                        rmdmght."                           The Relay celebrates the          track.
local commuwty"                    co-ch81r Colleen Kelly, was         Teams w18hlng to camp            On Saturday, Bon              caregivers of cancer                    "We'll have thousands of
   As m the past, tlus year's      stncken WIth cancer              overrught at Blossom Heath       Secours Cottage Health           patIents                             bags We lme them around
sponsors for Relay for Life            Slterlet has eh81red the     Park are asked to donate         SerYlces proVIdes breakfast.        uCancer is extremely              the track WIth votIve can-
mdude the Grosse Pointe            Relay for the su: years It'S     $150.                            ALCOSlFritsch-Kmney              stressful," Slterlet s8Jd "1t's      dles," S81d Slterlet "It's a
News and The St CI81r              been held 10 St. Clair             "1fyou have 15 team-           Insurance serves lunch.          a trymg tlme You love                magnificent ceremony WIth
Shores Connectton newspa-          Shores                           mates, It's only $10 per            There's fun and games         somebody so much you                 chOIrs and bagpIpes It's
pers                                   "Our first year we had       member," Slterlet s81d. "It's    ChJIdren eIlJoy clowns,          want to do everything POSSI-         extremely touclung. Tlus IS
   John Minnis, editor and         nme te8lnB and raised            a small price to pay to help     magJC1ans, a penny hunt on       ble to help them get better          theIr mourrung tIme An
general manager of the             $20,000 net," s81d Siterlet,     somebody SUrYlve cancer"         the beach and a moonwalk         We need to thank those pe0-          absolutely beautJful ceremo-
Grosse P010te News and             a re51dent of St. Clall'            All that work reqUIres           A Mr Relay Contest            ple They're workmg hard."            ny."
The St Cl8lr Shores                Shores "Last year netted         nounshment,     prOVIded to      mvolves men who dress as            Fnday at 9'30 p m IS the
ConnectIon, s81d the news-         $177,000 In SlX years the        registered partlclpants   by     women, complete WIth rugh        only solemn time m the                  7b learn more about how
papers are once agam eager         Relay has generated              an array of m-kmd sponsors       heels. They run through the      weekend                              to partiCipate at Relay for
to be bUSiness partners            $500,000 "                       whose contnbutIoDs let           paTk colleeting as much             "We pay tnbute to those           Ltfe JUn£ 4-5 at Blossom
WIth the annual ReillY for             Oyemng ceremomes set a       IWlay orgamzers keep             money as therean    Wlthm a       who lost thelr battle WIth          Heath Park In St ClaIr
Life.                              grand tone by rughbghtmg         a~JJllmstratlve   costs down     tlmelumt                         cancer," Slterlet said      r        Shores, call the Amencan
   "Tlus WIll be the tlurd         people who have beaten           and donations up - the 94-          uSome of these guys enJoy        The tnbute, called the            Cancer Society at (586) 263-
year we have made the              cancer, mcludmg Kelly            cent return                      lt way too much," Slterlet       Lummaf)     Ceremony                 8000

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      28                                                 Churches                                                                                                                                                                                                                        May 27,2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Grosse Pointe News
        The Pastor's Corner
        Don't forget to remember
       The Rev Robert E. Nelly
       81 Michael's Episcopal Church                                                                                                                                            Lansmg have announced
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                MichIgan where she earned
          The word "remember" ISfound agam and agam m the                                                                                                                       the engagement of their
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                a bachelor's degree 111 educa-
        BIble Remember the nughty acts of God through whIch                                                                                                                     dsughter, Kelly Flood, to                                                                      tion.
        we have been dehvered. Remember the heroes and                                                                                                                         Peter Evan Messacar, son of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  KJlgore IS a 2001 graduate
        heromes whose WItness can msplre and send us forth                                                                                                                     Greg       and     Rosemary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               of WIlham Tyndale CoUege
        Remember and don't forget Remember and be grateful                                                                                                                     Messacar of Grosse Pomte
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               where he earned a bache-
       Memory IS central to the message of the BIble.                                                                                                                          Farms A July weddmg IS                                                                          lor's degree in youth min-
          Memonal Day WIth Its muted roll call of the honored                                                                                                                  planned
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               IStry He IS the pastor of
       dead and Its many renunlscences calls us to remember                                                                                                                       Flood earned a Bachelor of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               youth 1t1lDJstnes at Grosse
       and not forget, to remember and be grateful Memonal                                                                                                                     Arts degree In communlca.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Pomte BaptIst Churl-
       Day IS a time to call to memory those who have gone                                                                                                                     tlon from the University of
       before us and gIVentheU' lives for our hberty It's a tIme                                                                                                              MIchIgan She IS a market.
       to remember that the freedom we have now, and fre-                                                                                                                     mg coordmator WIth PMA
       quently take for granted, IS the fnut of theIr sacnfice                                                                                                                Consultants
          Memonal Day IS alsl>a time to remember those serv-                                                                                                                      Messacar     earned      a
       mg on our behalf today and malung the sacnfice now                                                                                                                     Bachelor of ScIence degree
      Not only those 111 the nuhtary, but also others who are                                                                                                                 m packaging engmeenng
      workmg for liberty, Justice, and OpportunIty for all peo-                                                         Greg Sieazpu.towski                  aDd              from      Michigan      State
      ple We hkeWlse need to find ways that we can con.                                                                    JeDDlfer            Sidebottom                     Umverslty He IS product                                  Kriaty Sack aDd
      tnbute to malung life better for all of God's people,                                                                                                                   manager for Scholte Corp                                 JoeephAheem
      ways that proVIde hope for those seekmg Jusbce, free-
      dom and OpportunIty                                                                                              Sidebottom-                                                                                             planned
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Sack earned a Bachelor of
         Hope IS rmposslble WIthout remembenng Unless we
      look back gratefully, we cannot look forward WIth hope.                                                          Sieszputowski                                                                                          Arts degree m mternatlonal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              busmess      from Hllladale
      It is through memory that we keep alive for the future                                                             Rebecca       and       Gary                                                                         College. She IS a commercial
      what passes and leaves us today                                                                                  Sidebottom of MIO have                                                                                 loan officer with Comenca
         LIfe mcludes many farewells, goodbyes, losses, end-                                                           announced the engagement                                                                               Bank
     mgs, doors clOSing and arms emptYIng. When such a                                                                 of theIr daughter, Jenmfer                                                                                Ahee earned a Bachelor of
     "death" occurs - when we lose something or someone                                                               Sidebottom,        to      Greg                                                                         SeJence degree In business
     - we can keep through memory what we had through                                                                 Sleszputowskl, son of unda                                                                              adminIstratIon         from
     the years We can remember all they are for us, all they                                                          and Denms Sleszputowsk! of                                                                              Aqumas College He is a                            Job Brown Wet aDd
     mean to us, how they blessed us - WIthout which there                                                            Harper Woods A June wed-                                                                                commeTClalloan officer WIth                      Caroline Mae PoJhemu
     would be no sense of loss                                                                                        ding IS planned.                                                                                        Comenca Bank
         The greatest tribute we render those who gave us our                                                            SIdebottom earned a mas-
    yesterdays IS to enhven today the hopes and dreams                                                                ter's degree m athletIc
    they had, and for whIch they lIved and died The best
    thmg we do today IS to live so that we pass on to others
                                                                                                                      adtmmstratlon from Central
                                                                                                                      MIchIgan Umverslty She IS
    a tomorrow which can become for them a yesterday full
    of memones - memones of nghteousness and under-
                                                                                                                      a professor of anatomy and
                                                                                                                      phySIOlogy at         KJrtland                                                                                                                           Wei
    standmg, good laughter and kmdness, JOYand hope                                                                  Community College                                                                                                                                        Richard   and Barbara
        Do remember and don't forget. Remember and be                                                                   Sleszputowskl earned a
    grateful                                                                                                         Bachelor ofArts degree from                            Kurap-                                                                                         Polhemus of Auburn, Calif.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           have announced the engage-

                                                                                                                     Adnan College He IS a high
                                                                                                                     school phySIcal educatIon                              Crossley                                                                                       ment of their daughter,

 Pastor Davis called                                                                                                 teacher and athletiC direc-
                                                                                                                     tor                           MIckey and Kathy Kurap
                                                                                                                                                of Grosse Pomte Farms have
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Caroline Mae Polhemus, to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           John Brown Wel, son of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Kuang-Chung and Wei-Zen

 to Grand Rapids                                                                                                                                announced the engagement
                                                                                                                                                of their daughter, Chnstme
                                                                                                                                                Kurap, to Bnan Crossley,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Wel of Gro88e Pomte Farms.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           An    April
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         wedchng      Is
    The     congregatIon     of                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Polhemus graduated from
 Grosse      PolOte    Umted                                                                                                                    son of Jerry and Judy
                                                                                                                                                Crossley     of    MadIson                                                                                                Santa Clara Umverslty WIth
 Church WJ11   say farewell to                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            a Bachelor of Sc1ence degree
AsSOCiate Pastor Scott T                                                                                                                       HeIghts. An August wedding           Amy Belbel'
                                                                                                                                               IS planned                                                                                                                 m business. She is an
DaVISon Sunday, June 6.                                                                                                                                                          ad Kerin KIlgore                                                                         account      Specialist    at
   Scott and hiS Wlfe, Enka,                                                                                                                      Kurap earned a Bachelor
                                                                                                                                               of Arts degree m commUnI-                                                                                        
Wlll be honored during the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Wei earned B Bachelor of
                                                                                                                                               cation from MichIgan State
 10 a.m worshIp seTVlce
   DaVIS has accepted a call                                                                                                                   Umverslty She IS an mde-
                                                                                                                                               pendent photographer spe-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Helber-                                      SCience and a Master of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          SeJence degree in electncal
 from Second Congregabonal                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                engineenng      from     the
                                                                                                                                               clahzlDg In children and
Umted Church of Gooa\,
 Grand Rapids, MICh., to be                                                                                                                    fanuly p~alt8
                                                                                                                                                  Crossley gradu$d     trQ~
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Kilgore                                      Umverslty of Michigan. He
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          18      a teehnical            marketing
 theIr pastor                                                                                                                                                                  Paul and DIane Helblir"Of                                                                  eng1l1eeJ") C "at    '1l'rtl!1
   For nearly SIX years,                                                                                                                       the Specs Howard School of
                                                                                                                                               Broadcast Arts He is an Ann Arbor have announced                                                                           Corporatlon. For more about
DaVIS has served as pastor                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                the couple, go to WWW.carne-
for Chnstlan       education,                                                                                                                  engIneer at WJBK.TV (Fox) the engagement           of theIr
                                                                                                                                                                            daughter, Amy Helber, to                                                            
youth and young adults                                                                                                                                                      KeVIn KIlgore,        son of
Projects meluded HabItat
for HumanIty, the Gleaners
                                                                                                                                                                            WIlliam and Ch8tl Kllgore
                                                                                                                                                                            of NoVl. A July weddIng IS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Deadline for
Food Bank,        and soup                                         SCott T. Davis                                                                Michael and Judy Sack of planned
                                                                                                                                              Medma.        OhIO,     have
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               next week's
kitchens In adchtlon to serv-                               mze the Grosse Pomte Youth                                                                                        Helber is a full-time grad-
109 as Vlce preSIdent of the                                Pastoral AsSOCIation                                   Flood-                     announced the engagement uate student at Eastern                                                                                  Features
                                                                                                                                              of their daughter, Knsty MichIgan University where
Lay TheolOgicalAcademy, he
was active In the Grosse
                                                              Two hlghhghts of hiS hfe
                                                            in Grosse Pomte are hIS first                                                     Sack, to JosephAhee III, son she is pursumg a master's                                                                            section is
POlDte            Mlnlstenal
AsSOCIationand helped orga-
                                                            church 1Dsta11atlon and hIS
                                                            mamage to Enka Soby
                                                                                                                  Messacar                    of Betty and Joseph Ahee degree In school counsehng
                                                                                                                                              Jr, of Grosse Pomte Woods She IS also a 1999 graduate
                                                                                                                      Bonme and Jack Flood of An Apnl        weddmg      IS of the      Umversity       of                                                                         Thursday

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     Snake season: Don't let it sneak up on you!
      I don't want to alarm you,                       hke that                                   anCient tombs But, you see,              f'      •     D                  you're not weanng your            where I started
   but I've Just learned some                            Really, thIS shouldn't be                my year IS diVIdedmto two                  amIlv aze                       contacts Take for example.          But, really, let's be fair
   very dlsturbmg news                                much of a surpnse to any-                   seasons' Spider and Snake            By DebbTe Farmer                     tWIgS,the garden hose,            here On some level, I know
   Snakes are on the loose                            one I mean, snakes come                         Both, I feel, are equally                                             pieces of rubber tire, long       that my fear ISIrratIonal
     It's not as If I go around                       out of theIr holes around                   hemous and terrifymg But                                                  rubber bands, spaghetti, the      and that snakes are really
   looklng for tms kmd of                             thiS bme every year But,                    nght now I'm more con-                                                    letter S                          useful creatures, and that
   mformatlOn, mmd you                                unt1l today, I had managed                  cerned WIth the latter smce                                                  In fact, the other day I       any chance of actually bemg
   There I was peacefully                             to conveniently block tms                   It's a known fact that                                                    was almost attacked m the         attacked by one while dn-
   readmg the paper, not once                         bit of knowledge out of my                 Memonal Day IS the annual                                                  back yard by a particularly       vmg the carpool to the soc-
  thmkmg, "Gee, I wonder                             mmd                                         kick off of Snake Season,                                                  snake-ilke Jump rope             cer team pizza party is Iffy
  what all the snakes In the                            It's not that I have any-                whIch lasts through the                                                      Oh sure, I've tned to cure     at best
  world are up to today.~ But                        thing personal agamst                       summer and mto fall                                                       my fear I've read nature             So that's why I've decided
  suddenly there It was, a bIg                       snakes I'm sure they're                     POSSibly   longer                                                         books on how helpful              that there's only one thmg
  headlme readIng,                                   very useful for a lot of                        No one knows for sure                                                 snakes are I've tned Zen          to do face my fear and
  "Rattlesnakes taking Over                          thmgs hke, say, controlhng                  why snakes choose tms hol. they are sneaky I mean,                        breathmg and hypnOSISI've         overcome It Trus snake sea.
  the Planet ~ Or somethlng                          garden pests and guardmg                    Iday to emerge and run           you never, ever see one                  watched the "Jungle Book~         son I'm gomg to look the
                                                                                                  amok and not a more cui.        come boundmg up the path-                        18
                                                                                                                                                                           mOVIe bazllhon bmes,             garden hose straIght m the
                                                                                                  turally appropnate one.        way, droolmg, holding the                 and I know more about the        eye, and I'm gOing to stop
         CAR PHOTOS IN CLASSIFIEDS                                                               Some SCIentifictypes might newspaper between Its                          secret hfe of snakes than,       evaluatmg every crack 10
                                                                                                 say It has somethlng to do      teeth                                    well, snakes                      the Sidewalk or pIece of
            Advertise YOUR Car for Sale!                                                         WIththe warm weather                They prefer to lurk m                    And, you know, all that       rope lymg on the ground for
                                                                                                 Others, more spmtual            bushes or underneath rocks               stuff works Sort of For a         snakehke charactenstlCS
                      Bring In or E-mail your
                    auto photo (      please ).
               Ba .. nlte Is $18.85 for 12 words~
                                                    ,peg                                         types, may say It h8fl to do and then to magically
                                                                                                 WIthtidal charts and moon appear out of nowhere Face
                                                                                                                                                                          wmle, I start to beheve that
                                                                                                                                                                          snakes are really my
                                                                                                                                                                                                               After all, there's plenty of
                                                                                                                                                                                                            room on this planet for
                                                                                                 posItIons                       It, your day could be gOing              fnends, much the same way         myself and, say, one snake.
          extra words are .68., plus $10 color photo                                                Me, I blame the barhe-       along completely snake-                  as I beheve that ElVISreally     Maybe two
                    or $5 black & white photo                                                   cues. My theory IS that the free, and then suddenly                       was spotted In the Imen              But only If they're small
                                                                                                smell of gnll10g meat caus- whamol THERE'S A                              aIsle of a Wal.Mart store            Debbie Farmer /.Sa
         Deadline is Tuesday by 12 noon!                                                        es all the snakes m the         SNAKE RIGHT THERE IN                      and that overpnced thIgh         humerl-st arui a mother
         PoS. We can lake the 1IIloto_ Come to our olllce IfIY WecInnday             or         world to suddenly wake up FRONT OF YOU'                                  cream I saw on a late mght        holdzng down the fort In
                   Tbunday 121' - !pm lIIICI we'll talce the photo!
                                                                                                and go 10 search of hot             The other problem ISthat             mformemal wlll get nd of          Calzfornia, arui the author
                      To set Up YOUR Ad •••                                                     dogs and beer                   there are a ton of other                 my celluhte.                      of "Don't Put Lzpstzck on the
                                                                                                    One of the bIg problems     thmgs m thIS world that                      However, as soon as I         Cat ~She can be reached by
         Please call aasslfleds at 313-882-6900 eJt. 3                                          about snakes ISthat you         look Just hke snakes from a              read somethmg Ilke tms In         wntlng famllyd=e@oas/.S'
                          Grosse Ibinte News                                                    can't aVOId    them because     dIstance _ especIally when               the paper, I'm nght back          newsfeatures com
                          & ~.tbNNtCnoN                  P-D-P--
                                                                                               ~Musicon the Plaza' series set to begin
                                                                                                    The 2004 Muszc on the WIll not be canceled due to                     Trio & Friends. Swmgm'            Debut performances by
                                                                                                Plaza      outdoor    concert ram, however, they wdl be                  mUSICfrom the '30s WIth a       thiS award-wmnmg PI8DlSt
                                                                                                 senes, sponsored by the held In MllIre Elementary                       French twist                   and educator
                                                                                                Snnle Enhancement Studio, Schoollfram ensues                                June 24: Los Gatos             July 22: A Tribute to
        WeeIdong camps begin .June 21 •                         chIIcIref.                      IS set to kick off next          June    3: The Grosse
                                                                                                Thursday, June 3, and WIll Pointe North and South
                                                                                                                                                                            Encore performance by
                                                                                                                                                                         the 5-plece group that fea-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        the 60th Annivel'll8l'Y 01
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Jazz          at         the
        MItering ..... 1-8.             \"
                                                                                                hold one concert per week Jazz Band. The traditional                     tures     percusslOn-dnven     Philharmonic. 8 pIece all.
        Campers      win enjoy:             ~'\}                              , /               through Aug 5 The free senes opener, conducted by                       Brazlhan       and     Latm     star band will play mUSIC
        • /MAX" Dome 1M"" films
                                                                                               concerts will take place on DaVId Cleveland and Dan                      Rhythms                         from the famous J A.TP .
        • OlSSlUh Systjmu PI6I¥tNfum I/IIWS
                                                                                               the Vdlage Fesbval Plaza, WhIte                                             July 1: NO CONCERT           concerts that were produced
        . HInds-on""'l/1$                           ~~                                         located at the corner of          June 10: Tom Sanden'                      July     8: The      Sun     by Norman Granz In 1944
        • FtJm ,lChfbft ~                                                                      Kercheval and St Clarr         Detroit Jazz All Stars.A                  Messengers                         July 29: NO CONCERT
        • 0tItHDt hUlbII IlPIrntJon                                                                The festIval stays true to perennIal favonte at MOT?,                   Rhythm      and    Blues,       Aug. 5: The'Thrraplanes
                                                                                              Its hentage by featuring the Grosse Pomte's own Tom                       Motown, and Big Band An        Blues, Jazz and pop-funk
                                                                                              finest that Jazz has to offer Sanders WIlltake you down                   annual tradItIOn on The        are the order of the day at
                                                                                              ThIs year's senes focuses memory lane WIth a pro.                         Plaza that wIll have you       the debut performance by
                                                                                              pnmanly        on traditional   gram      ranging     from                dancmg In the street           thiS energetic       SIX.plece
                                                                                              AmencanJazz forms.              DlXleland to sWIng                           July 15: James Tatum        group
                                                                                                  Concerts will be held on      June 17: Royal Garden                   Trio
                                                                                              every Thursday evemng at
                                                                                              7 pm from June 3 untll
                                                                                              Aug 5th, excludmg July 1
                                                                                              and July 29 The first con.
                                                                                              cert WIllfeature the Grosse
                                                                                              POInte North and South
                                                                                             Jazz Band on June 3
                                                                                                  These      events      are
                                                                                             arranged so that famlhes
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                                            5020 John R. Sl~t     • Del""t
                                                                                             can bnng lawn chlllrs and
                                                                                             plCDlC   baskets and ellJoy all
                                                                                             that these free concerts
                                                                                             have to offer. The concerts

                                                                                                               far the

                             June I   10   June 6                                         Featun:<! Guests The S 0 C Show                                         The S,Q.C Show        Vitabry Plus (Aerob,cs)
                                                                    Dr Abdel Kader Hawas1J - MmmlollJy                InvasIVe
    2J.!lam           Pomtes of Homculnue                           Surgery                                                          The Detroit Concert Choir includes many Grone Pointe residents, including
    ~                  SpeCial Presenution                          Special Presentation                                           Diana Barone of the Woods. front row left; Valerie Rudaon and Jan. Stewart of
    liJl!U.m MUSical Story Time Jamboree                            Gro",,,, POlnre War MemOrial                                   the Park. front row third and second from right, respectively; Donna Adboo of
                                                                    Memollal        Day Servrce                                    the Woods and Judy Leonard of the Farms, second row, second and third from
                                                                                                                                   the right, respectively.
    ~            Econorruc Club of Detroit
  Ll!!lpm Semor Men' Quh
                                                                    Jlmw    to <b aclbe"W Mmm.!

  l..Q2.J!,Ill Th. LegallnSlder
                                                                    Ron A.1organ - Creanve Centetp>«es
                                                                    for Enrcrum 109 Pan: I
                                                                                                                                   Detroit Concert Choir at St. Paul on Lake
                                                                                                                                      The DetrOIt Concert            musIC
  UO-izm Th. John Prost Show                                       Out of the Qrduwy                                                                                                                Judy    Leonard   (Farms),
                                                                                                                                   ChOir performs a "World             The DetrOit Concert ChOIr
  JJM! ~           1IJdo a d>ew... M:rmnoI                     Mlsry Lee l!JuslOnlSt                                                                                                            Gordon Nelson (director,
                                                                                                                                   ViSIOns"  concert on Sunday,     IS one of onI} 25 chOIrs        Park), Jan Stewart (Park),
  ~            Mus'ca1 Story nme Jamboree
                                                                                                                                   June 6, at 4 pm, at St           selected to partICIpate In
 ~             Vitality Plus (Stepfl<Jck BoXlOg)                   EconomIC Club of DeUOl!                                                                                                          Ruqs Yamazalo (Park) and
                                                                   John J Casrell.nI, President,
                                                                                                                                   Paul on the Lake, 157            thIS year's competitIOn The     Jan Yamazalo (Park);
 ~             Young View Pomt ..
                                                                            Round Tabel                                            Lakeshore m Grosse Pomte         group was chosen from more
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                                                                                                                                   Farms                                                              • from Harper Woods,
 .2..il4zm Senior Men', Club                                                                                                                                        than 120 chOIrapplicants        Gmny Blackmer and Joe
                                                                   SeDlor Men's Club                                                 Concertgoers WIll get a          The ChOir has more than       Wanchlk, and
 ~                    Special Presentation                         Norrh and ""urh High School Srudenrs                           preVIew of the ChOIr's per-       60 members from 31 com-
                                                                                                                                  formance m July dunng a                                             • from St Clair Shores,
 ZJ!    Vitahry Plu, (Ton. Extrcue)                                                                                                                            mumtles     Local members       CynthIa Kempton and Amta
 7~          ~1IJdoa      d>ew..-MmomI                             InllikAn                                                       tnp     to    the    Seghlzzi     mclude                          Schettenhelm
  8J!llpm PositIVely POOltrve
                                                                   J,II Wood"'a,d, D~O - The Max                                  InternatIOnal          Chorsl       • from the Grosse Pomtes,
  ~         Young View Pomt ..                                                                                                    CompetitIOn ID Italy             Donna      Abdoo (Woods),
                                                                   The Legal Insider                                                                                                                  'Ilckets for the concert Vi"'h') Plu, (StepfK,d Boxmg)                                                                                               SelectlOns         mclude     DIana     Barone    (Woods),     cost $15 for adults and $12
                                                                  TLmorhy A Oman              Man/uanna      Laws                 Amencan            spIrItuals, Pom'es of HonlCUl'''R:                                                                                                                                    WIlham GlOvan(Parkl Stan         for students and seDlor ClQ-
 .l.!!.2!Wun The John Prost Show                                                                                                  Romantic masterpIeces and        Harr (CIty), Valene Hudson       zenq For more mformatlon,
                                                                  ThU!!hrr..~~2!!'                                                contempo:ary 20th century
 l~~'n          .. d.An                                           I Ind. Pc ClIO 'Is'er AnnunClara                                                                 (Park), ,Judy Jogan IClty),      call (313) 882-0118 Out of the O"hnary                                     & Bern Hendcl"on

                 VilaJlty Plu, (AerobiCS)
                 Pomt .. of Hon'eullUR:
                                                                                                                                 True meaning of Memorial Day
                                                                                                                                    To some, Memonal Day IS                                         day
~                SpecIal Presentation                              Did you know? •••                                              the unoffiCIal firqt day of        This year, take                   In    1971,      Congress
2.JllUm VllaillY PlusfTon. ExerclK                                                                                                summer It's a long weekend                                        dpclared MemOrIal Day a
UQ..Jm Ou t of the Ordmary                                                                                                        that lq spent barbeCUIngon       time out to                      natIOnal holiday that was to

J..Q!!;un    F.conomlC Club of ~roll                                            A copy of any WMTV5                              the deck. sunOlng at the                                           be observed on the last
 4J!j) Ion '>en,o, M.ns ( lub                                                                                                    beach or gettmg the pool          remember                         Monday 10 May
 1.Jl) am In.. de An                                                            program can be obtained for                      ready for the qeaqon              A     .       1                    This year, take tIme out to
 ~()QAIll The L.plln"der                                                •       $15 or $10 if a blank tape is                       Ongmally, Mcmonal Day            mencan SO -                    reml'mber AmerIcan sol-
i..lll-illl The John Prost '>how
                                                                                                                                 was set aq,de to honor thoql'     d'                               drers Dlsplay a f1ag outsIde
6..l!Q AI1lVilal"y Plu,fTon. b<tme                                                                                               who were killed dunng the          ierS.                          your home or car. attend or
f!.Jl) AIll MUSlcal Story fimc Jambon:e                                                                                          CIVIl War Southern states       ------------------___              partICIpate 10 a commumty
2.QlUm V"aI"y Plu< {~repfK"k Bo .. ngJ                                                                                           refused to acknowledge the      rohday waq expanded to            parade, wnte letters to
?~          YounR View POinte,                                                                                                   hohday, feelmg It honored       recogmzE' AmerIcans who           those currently Bervmg In
9JllUm POS"IV.1y Po,"rve                                                                                                         only the northern Umon sol      fought 10 any war Thllq the       the mlhtary, or pay a Vlqltto
                                                                             Schedule wbI6C110 Change Wllhoul nolJC<l
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                                                                                                                                 dlerq                           qouthern qtatl'q werl' per-       the local cemetery to honor
                                                                                                                                    After World War I, thE'      suaded to accE'ptIt as a hoh.     your hometown heroes
       May 27,2004
       Grosse Pointe News
                                                                                                                             Faces & nlaces                                                                            38

        Wild party, 'Sunset at the Zoo,' is Friday, June 18
              'lickets for thl8 summer's                                                                            attendee who wIll be dlsap- be served                                dmner and pnzes Hole
            "w1ldest" party are now on                                                                              pointed"                            '!burs of the Pottery,           sponsorships are available
            sale The DetroIt Zoological                                                                               For more mfonnabon on         demonstratIOns, museum               for $125 (Hole sponsors
           Society's annual fundr81s-                                                                               the Garden Party, or to        and gallery exhibitIOns, and receIve two free rounds of
           mg event, "Sunset at the                                                                                 assIst With party planmng,     deSIgn studIO access WIllbe golf) Program advertise-
           Zoot presented by General                                                                               call (248) 626-7527             avaIlable                             ments are available from
           Motors, will be from 7 to 11                                                                                                                For more mfonnatlon or            $200 to $50 Corporate
           p.m., Fnday, June 18, at                                                                                   Live Art Auction: St         to make reservatIOns, call           sponsorshIps are aVailable
           the Detroit Zoo Proceeds                                                                                Paul Kmghts of Columbus         (313) 822-0954 extensIOn             from $1,000 to $600
           Wlllbenefit the DetrOIt Zoo                                                                             Council 12121 WIllhold a        125                                  {Corporate sponsors receIve
          Turtle Conservatlon Center                                                                               LIve Art Auction Saturday,                                           four free rounds of golf} For
          Imtlatlve                                                                                                June 5, at 7 pm at the              Golf Classic: GoodWIll more InfonnatlOn or to play
              The benefit mcludes a                                                                                Assumption Cultural             Industnes WIllhold Its 21st golf or become a sponsor,
          stroUmg supper from many                                                                                 Center, 21800 Marter In St     annual ClaSSICGolf                    call preSIdent RIchard
          of the area's finest restau-                                                                            Cllur Shores                    Scramble on Monday, June              Surzyn at (313) 885-3682
          rants, hve entert8lnment,                                                                                   More than 150 pIeceS of     7, at the Western Golf &             All proceeds to benefit the
          danemg and a chance to                                                                                  framed fine art from Marlin Country Club, 14600                       studenVathletes at St Joan
          amble through the Zoo                                                                                   Art of New York Will be on- KInloch In Redford                       of Arc Cathohc School
          wbUe the sun aets Attire                                                                                SIte The evemng !Deludes             There WIllbe a double
          for the evenmg IS creative                                                                              an open bar, hors d'oeuvres, shotgun start at 8 a m and
         black tie                                                                                                sllent auctIOn of donated       1 p.m , a four. person
             "TIns 18 truly an evenmg                                                                             Items, and a grand door         scramble, and hole-In-one                    ,       BORDERS
                                                                                                                                                                                                       ......... ,.... '" .
         to remember and one that                                                                                 pnze                            prizes Men's, women's and
         should not be mlSsed," said                                                                                 Proceeds benefit St.         nnxed teams are welcome
         Ron Kagan. DetroIt
         Director "The event's
                                                                                                                 Joaeph Home For the Aged A raffie and hve auctIOn
                                                                                                                 on CadIeux Road. 'lickets
                                                                                                                 are $25 per person and may
                                                                                                                                                 Will be held
                                                                                                                                                     The event chalrs are
         chalrs, committee members,
         staff and volunteers work
         ambitiously throughout the
                                                                                                                 be purchased at the pansh
                                                                                                                 office, from a Krught, or at
                                                                                                                 the door
                                                                                                                                                 LInda Handyslde of
                                                                                                                                                 Northville, Brad Host of
                                                                                                                                                 BlTmlngham and Clarence
         year to stage Detroit's most                                                                                                            Pozza of Ann Arbor                          Performing LIVEI
         upscale and prewer event.                                                                                   Mary Ann " Rose: A             Tlckets are $215 for golf
             A hve auction will feature          The "Capuchhl Souper Summer Celebration XXIII" benefit for Mary Ann and                        mcludmg lunch, green fees,
        Items such as a weekend in wID be held Saturday, Jane 7:30 p.m. The beD- Roae, two employees of                                    range, cart, strolhng dlDner
        New York CIty to see                   eOt. beglm by the late EdmUDd T. Ahee, above, will Rabaut Intenors who are                       and gIveaways TeDn1Sand
        "Mamma Mia" and                        be held at Comertca Park and promises plenty of fun suffenng medIcal tragedIes, dinner or a fitness walk
        "Saturday Night L!ve," a               and ezcltemeDt.                                                         be
                                                                                                                W1.l1 held on Saturday,         and dinner are offered for
        four-day VISitto DJaney                                                                                 June 5, from 730 to 1 am        non-golfers for $50 each.
        World, ms and hers David              AddItional pnzes will be              For more mfonnatlon         at the Am-Vets Hall, 19730          For more JDformatlon or
        Yurman watches and a                   awarded to thoae bnngmg           concernmg the fundraiser       Harper Ave. m Harper            to make reservations, call
        TIffany platinum and gold             ID $250 and $500 or more.          or the raffle, call Edmund     Woods, corner ofAllard and (313) 934-3900 extenSIOn
        butterfly pendant.                       The Edsel & Eleanor             T Ahee Jewelers at (313)       1-94.                          302.
            Tlcket pnces range from           Ford House is located at           886-4600                           Entertamment will be
        $125 to $500 a person                 1100 Lakeshore between 8                                         held by The Jukes Rhythm                                                   TUESDAY, JUNE 2
        Purchasers of the $500 tick. M1le (Vermer) and 9 Mile.                      Greatest    Garage          & Blues Band.                       St. Joan golf: The St
                                                                                                                                                                                                   7:00 PM
        et will be mVlted to a spa-           For more infonnation, call        Sale: The Grosae Pomte              Snacks and open bar WIll Joan of Arc Athletic Club
       Clal Grand Patron party on             (866) 648-6263, weekdays,         Village AssOCiatIonIS pre-     be served Door pnzes,           second annual Golf Outmg
                                                                                                                                                                                               An R&B mfused, folk
       Wednesday, June 2, at the              between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m          sentmg Grosse Pomte's          50/50 raffie and a SIlent                b
                                                                                                                                               W1.ll e held Sunday, June
                                                                                                                                                                                       rock performance of Ene's newly
                                                                                                                                               27, at 1 45 p.m at
       home of Keith and Mary                or VISItwww wchIganhu-             Greatest Garage Sale on        auctlon Wlll be held Tlckets                                                released CD, All For Show
                                                                                                                                               Greyatone Golf Course. The
       Kay Crain. Patrons are                                 Sunday, May 30, and            are purchased m advance
       also mVlted to attend the                                                Monday, May 31, from 10        fur $50 at Rabaut's
                                                                                                                                               cost IS $100 per player and
                                                                                                                                                                                                 GROSSE POINTE
                                                                                                                                               Ineludes golf, cart, lunch,
       VIP reception precedmg                    Rame: The MIchigan             a.m. to 5 pm. AdmisSIOnIS Intenors, {3l3} 886-1880.                                                     17141Kercheval' 3138851188
       •Sunset."                             AsSOCIationfor CbUdren             $1 per person per day. Last
          For more mformatlon,               Wlth EmotIOnal Dl80rders          year over 15,000 people             Antiques     Show: The
       call (248) 541.5835 or visit          (MACED) will hold a raffie        attended the two-dayevent       20th annual Chnst Church
      www.detroltzoo org. 'lickets           for two all-week Ryder Cup that features nearly 200              Antiques Show will hold a
      must be ordered by Fnclay,
      June 11
          The DetroIt ZoolOgIcal
                                             passes to all events. The

                                             Proceeds from the raffie go
                                                                               exhibitors from allover the
                                             package IS valued at $2,500 MIdwest
                                                                                   Proceeds from the sale
                                                                                                              PreVIew Party & Sale on
                                                                                                              Fnday, June 4, from 7 to 10                   Skin & Laser Center
      InstItute, founded ID 1928,
      is committed to celebrating
      andsavmg Wil~fe.
                                            to MACED
                                                The raffie tickets arll'
                                             $100 each, and onl:' ~do' .
                                                                               help fund the Annual Santa Grosse POinte, 61 Grosse
                                                                               Claus Parade, whIch cele-
                                                                               brates Its 29th anmversayy
                                                                                                              p m at Chnst Church

                                                                                                              Pomte Boulevard In GroSBe
                                                                                                              Pointe Farms
                                                                                                                                                        T             of Grosse Pointe
    ISH1l.ated on 125 acn118 f"  o          ,~be     sold. The draWlllg        this yetrr           I ,                                                      at Ferrara Dermatolog) Clinic
                                                                                                                  HGfa.d'oeuvres.flom lOCl8l
      naturahsbc exlublts, the              date IS Fnday, June 11, at 7
      Zoo IS open year-round. The pm., at The Commurnty
                                                                                  The sale takes place ram
                                                                               or sbIDe m the three-level
                                                                                                              restaurants, dmner, and                                                             ~.
                                                                                                              fine WIlles WIllbe aerved.
     Detroit Zoo la located at the House, 380 South Bates,                    MUDlClpalparkmg struc-              Proceeds benefit the
     intersectlon of Ten MIle and Birmmgham                                   ture ill the heart of down-     chOIrs of Chnst Church
     Woodward, Just off 1-696 In                You do not need to be pre- town Grosae Pomte's Village Grosse POinte, scholarshIps
     Royal Oak                              sent to WIll.For more mfor. Shoppmg Dlstnct The                  to chonsters and outreach
         The DetroIt Zoological             matlon, call (248) 433-2200       Village IS located on          mmlstnes of Chnst
     Institute IS always loolnng            Cash, credlt cards and            Kercheval Avenue between       Church
     for volunteers Call Sue               checks payable to MACED            Neff and Cadleux m the             For more mformatlOn or
     Kingsepp at (248) 541.                      be
                                            W1.l1 accepted E.m81l             CIty of Grosse Pointe          to make reservatIOns, call
     5717.                                 mqwnes to                              For more mfonnatlOn,       (313) 885-4841 extenSIon
         WaIkin' the dog:                  mfo@michkids org                   call John Denomme at (313) 117
    Whether you prefer walk.                                                  886-7474.
                                               Batter up! Go to bat for                                                                               • THfRMACf - Tissue Tightemng Without Surgery
    ing, running or a leisurely                                                                                 Garden Show"
                                           the Capuchins' Jom                    Garden party: The           Sale: Pewablc Pottery's                  • 1.A5fR HAIR REMO\'Al
    stroll, the MIchigan                   Edmund T Ahee Jewelers
    Humane Soc1ety mVltes you on Saturday, June 5, at 7 30 17th annual Garden Party                          13th annual Benefit Show                 • rPL~-    PHOTOREJUVENAnON
    to put your best foot for-                                               to benefit the St Vincent      & Sale For the House &
                                           p.m at the "Capuchin                                                                                      • MEDICAL MICROOERMABRASION
    ward and Join hundreds of                                                and Sarah FIsher Center ID Garden Will be held
                                          SouperSUDlmer                      Fannmgton Hllls WIll be        Saturday, June 5, and                    • 'LUNCHTlME" CHEMICAll'EELS
    ammallovers at the spong              CelebratIon XXIII" at
   Mutt March on Sunday,                                                     held Sunday, June 13, at 1     Sunday, June 6, from 10                  • Borox, COllAGEN, Rfs'mANE
                                          Comenca Park                       p m on the grounds of the      a m to 5 P m at hlstonc
   June 6, from 8 a m. until 1                The theme, "FIeld of
   p m on the grounds of the                                                 center at 27400 West 12        PewablC Pottery, 10125                   • CLEARLIGHT - Acne Photocfearingn-
                                          Dreams," prOID1BeS     plenty of Mlle Road m Farmmgton            East Jefferson Ave m
   Edsel & Eleanor Ford                   fun and eXCItement                                                                                        • COSMECEUTICAL PRODUCTS      AND ANn-AGING SownONS
   House m Grosae Pomte                                                      Hdls Ford Motor Co and         DetrOIt
                                          Expenence hve entertain-           MNP Corp are thIS year's          A SpeCIal Benefit                                 FREE CONSULTATION      WITH STAfF
   Shores The event will ralBe ment through the park,
   funds to support the                                                      preaentmg sponsors Nearly PreVIew Party Will be held                   2OO4S Mad Avenue
                                          meludmg The Johnny                50 area restaurants WIll        on Fnday, June 4, fro:n                 Grosse POInte Wood.
  Mlcmgan Humane 8oclety's Trudell All-Star Band and                                                                                                                                      313.884.5100
  many hfe-savmg prograDlS. The Return - mtlmate                            donate tlme and talent to       630 W 9 30 pm Hors                      MIchIgan 48236
       Short and longer courses                                             ensure the success of the       d'oeuvres and cocktaIls WlII
                                         Beatles Tnbute Band                event. All proceeds benefit
  are aV8llable Last year,                   Meet Paws, the 'I\ger
  650 walkers raIsed more                                                   the programs and aerYlces
                                         mascot, explore the exclu-         offered at the center
  than $66,000 to help home- sIVe'I\ger Club, and enJoy
  less animals.                                                                 "Ford Motor Co agam IS
                                         the many chOices offood            eXCItedto be part of thIS
      "The Mutt March ISa               bemg offered 10 the Big Cat wonderful event," Said Ron
 great way to become actlve             Food Court
 m the Michigan Humane                                                      Thomas, Ford's manager,
                                             Help the Capuchm Soup          corporate alhances "The
 Soc1ety's cauae," said Ron             KItchen help the poor Ahee Center does outstandmg
 Blauet, education director             Jewelers has donated near-         work m helpmg abused and                                           STYLE                  FIT S
 for the MHS "We mVlte all
                                        ly $30,000 worth of pnzes
 animal lovers to partiCIpate thiS year, whIch WIllbe raf- neglected children, and we
 with or WIthout a canme
 companIOn to help the less
 fortunate 8l11mals ID our
                                       fled off toward the end of
                                       the night Tlckets for the
                                       raffie are only $1 and may
                                       be purchased at the event
                                                                           are pnVlleged to be asSOCI-
                                                                           ated Wlth the fine people at
                                                                           the Center who dedIcate
                                                                           themaelvell to those 10
     Collect donatIons pnor to or 10 advance You need not need "
                                                                              "I am truly lookmg for-
the Mutt March and bnng                be present to wm                   ward to thIS year's event,"                                    Hurry In
them on the day of the
event to be ehglble for
                                            Ballpark snacks are free, saId Paula Hebert, Center                                          for best
                                       and optional food court fare preSIdent "We have some
pnzes All walkers tunung               and dmner buffets WlIIbe           fantastIc auctIOn packages
10 $100 or more the day of
                                       avaIlable for purchaae             hned up. as well as an
the walk WIllreceIVe an               Cash bars WIllbe aet up
offiCIal Mutt March T.shlrt                                               eXCltmgarray of restsu-
                                      throughout the park                 rants There WIllnot be one

  Pride of the Pointes
              Moy was rec-
ogmzed for hIS outstandmg
academiC achievements WIth
the 2003.04 Cathenne A
Caraher HIStory Pnze at the
Umverslty of DetroIt Mercy
                                     Emily Koch of Grosse
                                   Pomte Farms was named to
                                   the dean's hst and also
                                   earned a Certificate ofMent
                                   In Busmess Planning at the
                                   Thomas M Cooley Law
                                                                       Grosse POInters Mathew
                                                                       Magreta, Marc Bertelsen,
                                                                       Pamela Majewski, Amy
                                                                       Nosek, Bradford Shovlin,
                                                                       Kimberly Smale.
                                                                                                                   Sizes 4 to 12 In a great
                                                                                                                      selection of widt ....
                                                                                                                      • Van Ell • Sesto MeuCCl
                                                                                                                        • Rangonl of Florence
                                                                                                                                                                Temflc savings on spnng & summer
                                                                                                                                                                 shoes, handbags, & accessones
                •                  School She I~ the daughter
  Grosae POinter Matthew           of Robert and Suzanne                 All eamed     bachelor's                                  Somerset Collection - South
MiddletoD was named to             Koch                                degree~ MSgJeta's degree
the dean's hat for the fall                                                                                                                       248-637-3060
                                                                       was magna cum laude,
semester at Grand Valley     New graduates of Western
State Umverslty                                                        MaJewski's and Smale's                                              Lower Level Near Cartier
                            Mlchlll':an UmverSltv are                  de~s   were cum laude
4B                                                Health                                                                                                                                                                     May 27,2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Grosse Pointe News

Someone You Love Can Use OUT J{elp Spiritual healing is topic                               The Rev Terry Hunt WIll               aspects    of complementary
                                            , Pmale homes        • FuU or part.
                                                                                         lead a program about SpIn-
                                                                                         tual healing    from 6 30 to
                                                                                                                                  and alternative   med1cme
                                                                                                                                     Hunt IS the chaplaln for
                                                                                                                                                                                            The silent disease
                                                                                                                                                                                    By Henry G. Bone, MD
                                           , Hosplllll or          lime eOlerage        8 30 pm, Thuraday, June                   the VECC and an ordamed
                                                                                                                                                                                        As the Baby Boomer generatIOn contmues to age,
                                             nur.;lDghomes       • Bondedand JDsured     10, at the Van Eisiander                 EpIscopal pnest WIth more
                                                                                                                                                                                    women approach menopause m record numbera, and
                                           • 24-bour.;           • R!'I superv~         Cancer Center, on the cam-               than 14 yeara of expenence
                                                                                                                                                                                    longer hie spans have become more co=on,                   It IS
                                                                                        pus ofSt John HospItal and                m church and health care
                                                                                                                                                                                    meVltable that we WIll see an unprecedented                IOcrease
                                                 Reglslered Nurses                      Medical Center                            mtD1stry
                                                                                                                                                                                    In the number      of people WIth osteoporosis
                                             Licensed PractIcal Nurses                      On the Journey to SpIntu-               The     VECC      IS located
                                                                                                                                                                                        OsteoporosIs IS already a major health risk today for
                                          Aides                         al heahng, some people turn              behmd St John Hospital at
                                                                                                                                                                                    both women and men alike According to the NatIonal
                                                                                        to theIr own SpInt, and oth-              19229 Mack and Moross,                            OsteoporosIs FoundatIon,         It's estimated that about 8
                                                                                        era mvolve a Higher Power.               east nf 1-94 To register or for
                                                                                                                                                                                    mtlhon women and 2 mtlhon men already have osteo-
                               NURSiNG uNliMiTEd       INOOIltIORATID
                                                                                        Still others search for path-
                                                                                        ways to spmtual heahng or
                                                                                                                                 more mformatlOn, call (866)
                                                                                                                                                                                    poroSIS, whIle another 18 mt11l0n have low bone mass
                                                                                                                                                                                    If you factor m the nsk hkely to be faced by the estl.
                                                                                        want to know how to begm.                   Free VECC commumty
               Seni"l: lbe G ....... Polnl<s &   Eastern SlIburbs sill« 1980                                                                                                        mated 46 mtlhon women who WIll be postmenopausal
                                                                                           Jom Hunt as she explores,             education     mght programs
                                                                                                                                                                                    by the year 2020, the potential for an osteoporosIs "epi-
                               (586) 777.5300                                           explams     and demonstrates             are      held    the    second                     delDlc" is a gnm reality.
                                                                                        the effect spmtual     heahng            Thursday      of each month
                                                                                                                                                                                        OSteoporosiS IS a degeneratIve         dIsease In which the
                                                                                        has on Illness      and other            from 6 30 to 8.30 p m
                                                                                                                                                                                    bones become progreSSively weaker As you may already
                                                                                                                                                                                    know, women contmue to build bone mass from adoles-
                                                                                                                                                                                   cence until around the age of 30 But bone denSIty
                                                                                                                                                                                   begms to declme In mtdhfe as part of the natural agmg
                                                                                                                                                                                   process This happens because your bones' normal
                                                                                                                                                                                   mBlDtenance and rep8IT processes can't keep up WIth
                                                                                                                            Sometunes, nursmg home~ seem hke
                                                                                                                                                                                   increased "turnover" As a result, U measures are not
                                                                                                                            the only Options for care Vislbng                      taken to prevent or treat bone loss, you may gradually
                                                                                                                            Angels. non-medJ.c~ecare                 semces        develop a "bone defiCIt" that wtll make you more sus-
                                                                                                                            allow your lo,<,lld7.nes ~ue               hvmg        ceptible to fractures.
                                                                                                                            atho         /                     \                       Whtle the hormonal changes of menopaUBe are cer-

                                                                                                                                                                   ~               tBlnly a major nsk factor for the development of osteo-
                                                                                                                                                                                   poroSIS, there are other SIgnIficant nsk factors as well
                                                                                                                                                                                  Those who are at greater nsk mclude white and Asian
                                                                                                                                                          Ol,lll)lllUonslup       people, people who are thin and/or have a small frame,
                                                                                                                                               .....                              people WIth a low lifetime calCium or Vltamm D mtake,
                                                                                                                                                     rs have worked               women WIth an estrogen defiCIency due to early or sur-
                                                                                                                                                                                  gtcally mduced menopause (as well as men WIth low
                                                                                                                                                                                  testosterone     levels), indIVIduals who are mactlve and

                                                                                                  Vui:tUt.ff Angels~
                                                                                                                                                                                  people who smoke or dnnk excessively
                                                                                                                                                                                       People who reqUlre prednIsone or smular medications
     We do more simply because we care more.                                                                                                                                      also are at particular       nsk. But there's no doubt that the
                                                                                                                                                                                  menopause connection IS of most concern, espeetally
     Serving the community for over 20 years wIth.
     • 24 hour skilled sub-acute                                                                         (586) 777-9217                                                           smce women can lose up to 20 percent of therr bone
                                                                                                                                                                                  mass in the first five to seven yeara after menopause .
               Nursing services                                                                                                                 Annually, osteoporosis IS responsIble for 1 5 millIon
     • Rehab: Physical, Occupational and                                                                                                                                          fractures      Whtle breakage can occur 10 any bone, the
               Speech Therapies
                                                                                              23513 Harper Ave., St. Clair Shores, MI                                             most common breakages occur m the hIp, spme and
                                                                                                                                                                                  wriSt. HIp and vertebral fractures are particularly                sen-
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             DSO, Pro Musica                                                                    Slate of the Arts
                                                                                                                       Here's one                              MIXm the carrots, nuts
                                                                                                                                                             and ralsms at low speed
                                                                                                                                                            Add the flour mIXture and
                                                                                                                                                                                                            A LA ANNIE
                                                                                                                                                                                                          By Annie Rouleau SChenff

             charm Detroiters                                                                                          that takes                           beat Just until combmed
                                                                                                                                                            Don't over-beat, or your
                                                                                                                                                            cookies Will be too thm

              The concert scene was
           bnghtened by two mstmc-
                                               Reflectmg the hlstoncal
                                            change of mood,
                                                                                                                       the cake
                                                                                                                           Carrot cake IS a favonte
                                                                                                                                                               Drop 1 1/2 tablespoons
                                                                                                                                                            batter per cookIe 2 mches
                                                                                                                                                            apart on greased bakmg
           tive musical treats on the       Beethoven's famous "Flflli                                                                                      sheets You should y:wld 12
                                                                                                                        dessert for many, mcludIng
           last two weekends - a            Symphony" brought us mto                                                                                        to 13 cookies on each bak-
           soul-sabsfymg performance                                                                                    myself. From the SPICY  cake
                                            an era of greater drama and                                                                                     mg sheet Bake at 375 for
                                                                                                                        to the sweet cream cheese
           of Mozart and Beethoven by conflIct which echoed elo-                                                                                             14 to 16 mmutes total,
                                                                                                                        frostmg, carrot cake IS Ule
           the Detroit Symphony             quently 1D Perlman's treat-                                                                                     rotatmg bakmg sheets half
           Orchestra and a bnlliant         ment                                             HIS SWItchfrom ItalIan to perfect balance of flavors           way through bakIng
                                                                                          RUSSianand Ulen French           ThIs week's feature
           recital by a hltherto httle-        Well paced, forceful and                                                                                     Coolues should be hghtly                   cookies are completely
          known Iync tenor                                                                was comparably notewor-       bnngs the clasSICcarrot             browned and spnngy to the
                                            ncbly resonant yet com-                                                                                                                                    cooled before filhng them
              The DSO led by Itzhak                                                       thy Then he demonstrated      cake to the coolue and hght-        touch Cool cooloes on the
                                            pletely free of any of the                                                                                                                                    These tasty carrot cake
           Perlman gave three perfor-                                                     an excepbonal flBlt for       ens the cream cheese frost-         bakIng sheets for one
                                            pomposity or bombast occa.                                                  mg Just a bit InsIde-Out                                                       mmls are easy to prepare,
          mances last weekend of            slonally mtroduced by con-                   romantic mterpretation                                             mmute, and then transfer                   espeCially If you start With
          three all-bIDe mts from the                                                    when he turned to German       Carrot Cake CookIes are a           to racks to cool completely
                                           ductors WlUla more author-                                                                                                                                  already-grated carrots and
          clasSical repertory, wbile on ltanan style, Perlman's per-                     m Franz Lehar's ever-          dehCIous take on Ule cake
                                                                                                                        we love.                               Wlule Ule cooIues are                   pre-chopped wamuts
          the preViOUS   Saturday,         formance brought grlUldeur                    favonte song, "Dem 18t my                                          coohng, prepare the fillmg                    The cream cheese and
          tenor Manuel Acosta from                                                       ganzes Herz from the   b

                                                                                                                                                            by beatmg together the
                                           to tms example of                                                                                                                                           honey combmabon hghtens
          Monterrey, Mexico, dellv-        Beethoven at ms best                          Viennese operetta, "Land of Inside-Out Carrot                      cream cheese and the
                                                                                         SmJles                                                                                                        the frostmg that usually
          ered a program of favorite           He also gave exceptional

                                                                                            Perhaps most amazing m
                                                                                                                        Cake Cookies                        honey SandWIch the flat                    SIts on a tradl tlOnal carrot
          operatic selections and          treatment to some special                                                      1 cup plus 2 table-               SIdes of the cookIes together              cake
          rarely heard but enchanting aspects of the score, such as                      terms of makmg someUlmg                                            With a generous tablespoon
                                                                                                                            spoons flour                                                                 TransportatIOn of these
          anas from the umque liter-       a remarkable opportumty to                    new of old, fanllhar maten-                                        of the cream cheese filhng
                                                                                         al was ms c10smg of Ule          112 teaspoon cinnamon                                                        yummy sandWich cookies
          ature of Spamsh zarzuelas        hear Ule cellos and double                                                     112teaspoon baking                m between Make sure                        defimtely beats the cake
          to a pnVl1eged aumence at        basses as they mtroduce the                   first half WlUlthe well-
                                                                                         known Neapohtan street             soda
          the Detroit Institute of         second movement Uleme                                                         112 teaspoon salt
          Arts. Both concerts were         and some colorful ensemble                    song, "Fumcu1l, Fumcula."
                                                                                        No longer a tnte, old-time       1 stick (112 cup) unsalt.
          genume crowd pleasers            segments m close harmony                                                         ed butter, softened
             If Perlman is not already     for horns and woodwmds                        pop tune, It gamed m hIs
                                                                                         perfonnance the power and       1/3 cup plus 2 table-
          recogmzed as a Mozart spe- that resounded brilhantly                                                              spoons packed light
          cia1lst, he should be. The       1D expert executIOn by those
                                                                                         stature of an operatic ana
                                                                                        while retaImng Ule flair            brown sugar
          "Symphony No. 29 and
                                          orchestral sections
                                                                                        and VitalIty of a favonte,       113cup plus 2 table-
          "Horn Concerto No 2 were
                                              And, once agam, Perlman
         exqUlsltely performed                                                           19th century ItalIan song          spoons granulated
         Openmg With the ever pop- tempo ofUle last movement
         ular symphony, he set an
                                          led Up to the accelerated

                                          with admirable control The
                                                                                            New repertolXe for Ule
                                                                                        adventurous Pro Musica
                                                                                        audIence came in the sec-
                                                                                                                         1large egg
                                                                                                                         1/2 teaspoon vanilla
                                                                                                                                                             I COMPLIMENTS OF THE I
         elegant and graCIOUS    tempo, grandeur was unnnbgated
         and the DSO strings played and wholeheartedly JOyful                           ond half with anas from          1 cup coarsely grated
                                                                                                                                                             I    ST: CLAIR INN
         with superb clanty and           In fact, It would be dIfficult                Spamsh zarzuelas. This 18a          carrots
         claSSICpbrasmg                                                                 mUSIcalhterat1Jre hardly         1 scant cup walnuts (8
                                          to overstate what a great
             Perlman eliCIted a caress- hstenmg expenence It was                        known outside of Madnd
                                                                                        that offers melodIous
                                                                                                                            Oz.), chopped
                                                                                                                         112 cup raisins                     I            OFF ONE     I
         mg flow of musIc with ten-       to hear these all bIDe
         derly modulated dynamICS. favonte works, superbly                              expressIons of romance and
                                                                                        passIOn m Ule uniquely
                                                                                                                         1 8-oz. block cream
                                                                                                                                                                       OVERNIGHT STAY I
         He made the andante smg          performed In a hall WlUl                                                                                           L
                                                                                                                                                                                 MIUt p«X'fl1 coupon
                                                                                                                                                                           ~~~~~~~~~~~ro:~             upon dJrdlln
         sweetly and was able to          such outstanding acoustics                   exciting Spanish uhom             1/4 cup honey
         benefit from an aspect of            The DSO's classIcal senes                     Smgmg m hIs native lan-                                                        Join us in the River Lounge
         the hall's acoustic balance      resumes on Fnday, June 4,                    guage and WlUlmatenal             Place oven racks m                                   Opens Dally al 12 00 pm
         In the nInS and tnlls, every WlUlguest conductor Mark                         that he obVIOuslyknows          upper and lower tlurds of
                                                                                       Intimately, Acosta charmed      the oven, and preheat to                                    Home of
         note was clearly dehneated,     Wigglesworth m a progTam                                                                                                            The Voo-Doo Doctors
         whIle in the legato passages of mUSIcby Bntten.                               lus llsteners With expres-      375 degrees In a small
                                                                                       SIOnsof love and longmg,        bowl combme the flour, CIn-                       FIlday & Saturday.       9 00 pm.            I 00 a m
         of the andante, the reso-       BeeUloven and Bra1mls.
         nance nchly enhanced Ule        Call (313) 576-5111                           and dazzled them With           namon, bakmg soda and
        full flowmg melodIes The                                                       superbly executed vocal         salt Set aSide In a mem-                           EARLY BIRD MENU
                                              Tenor Acosta's reCItal for
        effect was to bring out Ule                                                    embelhshments that are          um m=g bowl, beat                             Monday thru Thursday • 4 00 p m - 6 00 p m
                                         Pro Musics at Ule DIA was,
        seremty and gTace of music       if anytmng, even more                         poSSible only WIth a totally    together the butter WIth                      Bob GOllnac at the plano MalO DlOlOg Room
        of the dasS1CSIera, a time                                                     secure lync VOIce.                                     amlla
                                                                                                                       the sugars, egg and ....
                                         arousmg and dramatically                                                                                                              (, 30 9 30 ~'m l-n &- ~al
        when peace reliW-edbnelly        romanbc. On top of that: It ,                   ~ Conrodenng Pro MuSICS'S unbI Pille ana fluffy, llliout
        in Ule Austnan empire.                                                         ~owed 'missIon to bting'        two ttllhuU!s       _
                                         was a geoumely amazmg
            The mmuet was spnghtly                                       I             ACItmg new surprises to
                                         dIsplay of tenor endurance
        and mgmfied under                                                              Its concert stage, the SOCI-
                                         as the youthful smger
        Perlman's baton and beaub- offered a senes of the most                         ety certainly succeeded tius
        fully phrased 1D perfect         beautUuI and challengmg                       time For mformabon
        ensemble by Ule horns and                                                      about future Pro MUSICS
                                         arias m Iync operatic litera-
        stnngs. And the allegro                                                        programs, call (313) 886-
        finale benefited by contrast         The audIence gasped
        WlUlUle delIberately gentle happily as he boldly opened
        pace of the earlIer move-        WlUl"Una Furtiva
        ments With a tempo Ulat          Lagnma" from "Ehnr of
        whIle bnsk, st1l1allowed         Love" and negotiated all Its
        every note and phrase to be demandmg mgh notes not
        etched WlUlsparkle              only with gTace and ease
            The horn concerto per-      but also With Slivery tone
        formed by DSO pnnCIpal          and excellent dramatic
        Karl Pltuch was equal to        effect
        Ule standard just set                MOVingfrom mgh to
        Pltuch maneuvered the           high, he proceeded to "Che
        nInS and turns, even tnlls,     gelida manma" from "La
        of Mozart's claSSIcal style     Boheme," Lensky's ana
        WlUlelan, prodUCIngall Ule from "Eugene Onegm" and
       while a golden tone, well        "La Fleur que tu maV81
       sustained through the alle- Jetee" from "Carmen                   b

       gro, andante and rondo                As he moved from role to
            The slow movement was       role, hIS actmg talent
       exceedmgly beautUul WIth         became eVIdent SometImes
       the horn smgmg Its hymn-         WIth only a pause by the
       hke melody and In the Jaun- plano, other tImes after a
       ty rondo, hIS horn rang out
       WIth a hit that set feet tap-
                                        bnef ent, he would trans-
                                        fonn himself Immediately
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                                                                                                 South clinches tie in MAC Red soccer
                                                                                                  Grosse POlDte South's                     Sarah Kuru and Jenny                   Poletls successfully chal-
                                                                                               glrls soccer team chnched a               Bohannon, plaYIng along-                                                           Alschbach's hustled can-
                                                                                               tie for the Macomb Area                                                          lenged any of the Eagles                  tmued throughout the game
                                                                                                                                         Side sweeper Kelly Poletts,            who made It past the hard-
                                                                                               Conference Red DIVISion                   proVIded sobd defense for                                                        and North was awarded a
                                                                                               champIOnship thiS week                                                           workmg defense of Carly                  penalty       kIck      when
                                                                                                                                         the Norsemen.                          Adams.     Bohannon      and
                                                                                               Wlth a 2-0 VICtory over                     Earher, North suffered                                                        Alschbach was tackled by
                                                                                               Grosse PolOte North                                                              JeanDle Taylor.                          the Eagles' goalie 10 the
                                                                                                                                         another    one-goal defeat               Mehssa Carron and Enca
                                                                                                  South IS 5-1-1 in the MAC             when      It fell 2-1 to                                                         penalty box MacLeod took
                                                                                               Red WIth one game remalD-                                                        Coates     stopped     many              the penalty lack and her
                                                                                                                                        Eisenhower                              EIsenhower chances at nud.
                                                                                               109                                         The scoreless first half                                                      shot when Just off the cross-
                                                                                        Neither team had much of                                                               field                                     bar
                                                                                                                                        featured sobd play by both                The Eagles opened the
                                                                                      an advantage m the first 10                       teams but no outstandmg                                                            North had several chances
                                                                                      mmutes, but then the Blue                                                                scoring. but A1schbach tied              to break the tIe Warren had
                                                                                                                                       sconng chances.                         the match when she out-
                                                                                      DeVIls took control of the                           Schrage was outstanding                                                      a breakaway and MacLeod
                                                                                      match                                                                                    worked the defense and                   had two excellent comer
                                                                                                                                       agam In goal as she aggres-             scored from the nght SIde
                                                                                        LIZ Ridgway booted home                        SIvely controlled the play                                                       kICks, but the Norsemen
                                                                                     an excellent pass from                                                                    deep 10 the EIsenhower                   faded to convert
                                                                                                                                       that was Wlthm her reach                zone
                                                                                     StephaIlle KostlUk only 11
                                                                                     112 mmutes mto the game
                                                                                     for the only goal of the first
                                                                                       North      attempted      to
                                                                                    Impede South's offense by
                                                                                    packmg the nuddle and It
                                                                                    worked as long as the Blue
                                                                                    DeVIls fatled to send passes
                                                                                    to either sldelme.
                                                                                       After several near misses.
                                                                                   and at least one shot off the
                                                                                   gOalP08t.Anne Cunnmgham
                                                                                   scored her first goal of the
                                                                                   season WIth about 14 nun-
                                                                                   utes left to glVe South a two-
                                                                                   goal lead Her shot origInat-
                                                                                   ed on a header pass from
                                                                                      North goalkeeper Betsy
                                                                                  Schrage kept the Norsemen
                                                                                  1D the match Wlth several
                                                                                  outstandmg saves among
                                                           Photo by Lon Wilson    the 16 she made
                  GroNe PoiDte South'. Kelly 8priDgbom (lO) and                       South's All Morawslo. had
               Groae PoJnte North', Alma Alschbach (4) battle for to make only four saves as
               the ball clarlag MondaY'a lIOCCer game.                            she recorded her second
                                                                                  shutout of the season Twoof
                                                                                 North's      shots were by
           South nips North                                                      Megan Warren.
                                                                                     Blue DeVils coach Gene
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Pho'" by Bnd Lindberg
                                                                                 Harkms was able to get his
           in regional track                                                     expanded state townament                              Changing roles
                                                                                 roster of 25 players some
                                                                                 acttOn. Jae March was the                A few weeks ago Robbie Buhl was the one getting advice inside the cock-
                 Grosse Pomte South's          ~ckenzie Jumped 5-0 to latest JUnior varsIty player                     pit. Now retired from driving and a full time co-owner of Dreyer &: Reinbold
.'            IPrls track team scored plllCIl second 10 the high to make her val'8ity debut                            Racing, Buh1 talks to driver FeUpe Giaffone during practice for Sunday'.
              po1Ots 10 la-efthe-17 events Jump ~               freshman.                                              88th IndianapoUs 800, lee pqe 3C.
                                                                                     Sweeper      LIZ Galea's

              on the way to Ita 10th Kara 1)oowell, Qilahfied for
              straight     state                                                 bAq!img lacks kept North
                                   reglonal the state meet WIth a sec- out Ji"dangerous terntory as
             champIOnship.                   ond-place effort of 15-1 10 she led the South defense
                 The host Blue DeVIls fin- the long Jump
                                                                                                                                                              GROSSE POINTE SOCCEHASSOCIATION

                                                                                that featured fine play by
             Ished WIth 112 POlOts. fol-       Crystal Coates was fourth Molly               Burns.       Sarah                        o•               ~
                                                                                                                                                     Our organization offers a competitive, team-orlented soccer
             lowed by Grosse POInte in the shot put, Knsten                     Stanczyk
             North WIth 109 and RegUla Monet and LIZTrexler were Spnngbom. Stopper Megan
             WIth 49 The DIVISionI field fourth and fifth m the long SWItalskI had several pow-
                                                                                                 and      Kelly
                                                                                                                                           : . ;.p~     program that encourages Individual player development.
                                                                                                                                                          While being a community based and supported soccer
             had 15 glrls teams             Jump. and Sarah DIonne erful headers to keep the                                                              organization, GPSA welcomea and en80urgea players
                South had three regional was third in the pole vault            Norsemen m their zone for                                                       from all areas to become part of Its program.
             champIons, lOcludmg JUDlor       South got off to a good much of the match
            Maggle Colhson, who won start 10 the runnlOg events                    Mldfielders
            the 1.600-meter ron for the as the Blue DeVils' 3,200 CahIll. Hllhary Inger and
                                                                                                                                      GPSA TRA VEL TEAM TRYOUTS START • JUNE 15, 2004
            thlrd year 1D a row WIth a relay team of LIZ PetIt, Lauren McLaughlin were
            tIme of5'23                     Sarah Petit, Megan Zaranek mstromental 10 controlhng
               StephaIlle Royer repeated and Collison fimshed second play Inger launched three
                                                                                                                                    ....                                               no,s
            as reglonal champIon 10 the in 10 00, takmg 15 seconds comer lucks, one of which                        T_            s.Ivo              ..... 17. 1•• Spm ......           ~             CIIurclI
            pole vault 88 she cleared 8- off Its preVIous best time            Just mIssed be10g headed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Gery GaMn - 31~7256
            feet-G.                                                                                                 11-10
                                              Christina JacoVides and home by SWltalSla JessIca                     T_            !Wvo               ..... 17, f', e.:JOpmoepm. ~                    CIIurclI
               Jdl McLaughhn ran a Jube Zaranek had fourth leonard's                          long throw-ms                                                                                                         Jim Werren - 3f3-882...
            12'07 to wm the 3.200 ron.                                                                              u.u
                                           place finIshes m the 100 and kept North from mountIng a                  T_           SlIIvO             ..... f5, ,. '1k3Opmo1"",. Nortll ...........
               "We were expectIng a very 300 hurdles races, respec- sustamed attack.                                                                                                                               Frank SclIuIle - 31~lOM
           close meet WIth North, tively                                                                            11-12
                                                                                 North.s Hannah Clor and           T_            s.Ivo              ..... 2f, 22, --'713Opon. F_ FIehr
           Regina and KIng," said            Both of South's spnnt Kate Uplegger had sohd                                                                                                                          Ku" Murphy. 313-417.-
           South coach Steve Zaranek relay teams ran season-best games at midfield. while                                                           ..... f ................        Ford FIeIcI*
                                                                                                                                 SlIIvO            ..... 1. • ....... 1pon• F_ FIehr
           "RegIna ran well, but lUng times and scored pomts                  Anna Alschbach and Enn                                                                                                               Rk:IICerTon. 31~1.e782
          was not a factor North was                                          MacLeod led the offense
          absolutely superb "                                                                                                   s.Ivo              ..... 18, 11 • 103Opm....... __                 ......
                                                See TRACK, page 2C                                                                                                                                                 G...... ...-..       313-417*T7
              The North-South battle
          came down to the 1.600                                                                                                s.No, UnIlIId     After HIgh IcftoaI .....
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CMotr ....
          relay - the final event of
          the meet.                                                                                               F             s.Ivo             After HIgh IchooI .....
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  CMotr .....".
              "The 1,600 relay was a
         spectacular race." Zaranek                                                                                            SeIYo              After HIgh Ichool ___
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  CtoecIr ....
         s81d "We could finish no fur-
         ther than three places                                                                                                s.Ivo. GIllon      AIt.. """ IcftoaI .....
         behmd North to Win the                                                                                                                                                                                   CtoecIr ....
         meet North and South                                                                                                  Selvo
         ended up gomg 1-2, which                                                                                                                                                                                 CtoecIr • ..,.
         gave us the WIn There was
         no doubt that South and
        North were the class of the
             South's team of LIZ Petit.
                                                                                                                                                 ".,. II, 1•• 1-..1 ...............               etlurcIl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 JolIn Sll<orsId .58&-557-384t
        Megan Zaranek, Colhson
        and          freshman       Sam                                                                                                        ........
                                                                                                                                                 ".,. 11, 1•• I ........................         CIMdl
        MackenZIe matched Its sea-
                                                                                                                                               ........                                                          Robert lIcCartIly - 31Ha1-GMe

        son-best time WIth a 4.16 to
        finish second to North
           South's distance runners
                                                                                                                                                ...... 18, , •• 1pono8,3Opm• caP Nortll
                                                                                                                                                ...... 18, , •• --'1pon .......... .....,..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Jeulclo I1enIzlc • 58HM4041
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Jim F",,*.        3IW8Ht30

       proVIded the depth that the
       Blue DeVils needed to wm
       the meet
                                                                                                                                               _'8,          , •• 1k3Opmo1"",. caP Nortll
                                                                                                                                                                                                                JolIn IIeIIon       58&-89t-2358

           "Forty-five of our pomts                                                                                           8.....           ...... 1... 1•• ~               ....   QF' Nortll

                                                                                                                                                                                                                Frank!lcllvlhl       31~IOM
       came from the half-mlle on
      up: Zaranek saId "Our diS-
      tance runnel'8 had a great
      day 'Ilmes were off due to                                                                                              Oragona
                                                                                                                                              ...... f ... 1.................             __       ......
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Sanoh Mudry 313-51lOo3OO3

                                                                                                                                                                                                               Jim W.......       313-402-4450
      the extreme            heat and
      humidity but they knew the                                                                                              DnIgoM
                                                                                                                                               .....,.., ta • , •. 1pono8,3Opm• caP Nortll

                                                                                                                                              ..... 17 • .,.,.......         • taP Nortll
                                                                                                                                                                                                               o.n KIIIy 248-1175-3912
                                                                                                                                                                                                               .10M KroMer • 313-884-8131
      posItions we wanted and                                                                                                                                                                                  John Mellon • 58&-89t-2358
      raced extremely well We
      doubled and tnpled our diS-
     tance runners to maXimize
     OUf pomts. and It paId off'"
         FIeld events were another
     strong area for South The
     Blue DeVils had three stste
     finahsts In the field events
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           May 27,2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Grosse Pomte News
           From page       Ie                                                                                                                                        North boys on the
           Members       of those      teams
           were Ke-llv ("fin""'r,
          Moncl,    Coates
                                    'I'rO"\   en,
                                                                                                                                                                     right track in track
                                                                                                                                                                     8y Chuck Klonke                            the 1,600 run MackenZie
            JessIca PalfFy and Kat                                                                                                                                   Sports Editor                              won conVIncmgly, but FIsher
          Carmody gave the Blue                                                                                                                                           Grosse Pomte           North's won hIS battle for second
          DeVIls Important pomts m                                                                                                                                     boys track team has come a WIth the Blue DeVIls' Jacob
          the 1,600 and 3,200 runs                                                                                                                                     long way m the last year                 Wernet
                                                                                                                                                                          How far?                                 .Robble and Jake were
                Megan Zaranek ran a                                                                                                                                       Let coach Dan Qumn neck-and-neck for most of
             career-best 2 24 to place                                                                                                                                 descnbe It m terms of last the race," QUinn said.
             third 10 the 800 run Sarah                                                                                                                                weekend's IhVlslon I regIon- "RobbIe Just pulled ahead at
             PetIt was Sixth In 2 38                                                                                                                                   al meet at Grosse Pomte the end"
             McLaughbn also qualified                                                                                                                                  South.                                     Spencer Channel was sec-
             for the 1,600 run WIth a tmle                                                                                                                               "We had 36 pomts by ond m the discus With a
             of529.                                                                                                                                                   lunch tIme; Quinn said. throw of 13a.3 on ms final
               Earher, South completed                                                                                                                                "Last year we had only 40 attempt
             a perfect dual meet season                                                                                                                               pomts In the whole meet."                   "Spencer's        our      Mr
             WIth a 97-40 VIctory over                                                                                                                                   The Norssmen finIshed Clutch,"                       Quinn        said.
             Warren-Matt m the Macomb                                                                                                                                 thtrd WIth 86 pomts, only .South's (Ryan) Wagner bad
            Area     Conference       WhIte                                                                                                                           one pomt behmd second. a good throw on lus final
            DIVIsion.                                                                                                                                                 place         Detroit       lUng. attempt to move ahead of
                                                                                                                                                                      UnIversIty of DetroIt Jeswt Spencer, but Spencer came
               Matt IS the only team to                                                                                                                               was a runaway winner WIth back and beat hJm by about
            beat South m a dual meet m                                                                                                                                132 112 points. South was seven mches. That's the
            the last seven years.                                                                                                                                    fourth with 44 pomts.                   fourth or fifth tune thts year
                                                     Groese Polllte North's Patricia WlDterfle1d lUld MeliNa AIldeJ'llOll aDd Groue                                     North had 11 athletes                that Spencer has come from
              .Our depth was tremen-                                                                                                                                 qua!J1Y for the state meet, behInd WIth ms last throw. •
           dous as we out.scored Mott Polllte South'. liege Z8raD.eJr. captured the top three spots III the 800-meter                                                and the Norsemen had four
           53-1 m the spnnts and dIs- nul at lut weekend'. girls track reg10Dal at South,                                                                            regional champIOns.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 The 400 relay team of
           tances," Steve Zaranek s81d.                                                                                                                                                                      Robert        BauifF,       Kevm
                                                                                                                                                                        Marcell Maxwell won the Kwiatkowski, Cam Cecchini
              Among the Blue DeVIls'
           scorers were Carly CZ8Jka,               ULS offense overcomes defense                                                                                    100.meter dash m 11.0.                  and Maxwell finished sec-
                                                                                                                                                                        "Marcell stunJbled a bIt at ond WIth a time of 42.3.
                                                                                                                                                                    the start and stul managed
           Liz      Baxter,       MIchelle          Umverslty           LIggett                                                                                                                                 North earned medals in
           O'Donoghue, Iris Alao, Sam School's softball team offset                   The Trojans scored m the Borusbko and King followed to beat a good kid from several other events. The
           Palazzolo,               Andrea a difficult day defensIvely             smh, but Borushko got out                                                        Kmg," Qumn s81d.
                                                                                                                           to push three rune home to                  John Bremer had lus beet 800 relay team of Bailiff,
           Grunberger       and       Enca WIth a l4.hlt attack last of that Inning WIthout fur. tie the game at 3.3                                                                                        Dan Minturn, Cecchuu and
           MenchI.                                                                 ther    damage       and she               Ford then mt a two-run time ever m winning the 800 Maxwell was third in 1.32.9.
                                                 week, and the Kltlghts beat pItched a scoreless seventh
                                                                                                                                                                                                                "We shoJJ1d have finIshed
             South was one of 10 New Haven 8-3 m a non- to record her sIXth WID of the the right field to break ~~ single                                             :::eO:'couPle     of guys
                                                                                                                                                                                                            second because King should
                                                 league game                       season
          regional champIOns mvited                                                                                          BOTUshko                 retired from U-D In the 800; Quinn                    have been dISqualified,"
          to compete in the state team              ULS pItcher       Deanna         AndrecoVlch went 3-for-3 Northwest m order In the said .• John also ran a two- Quinn saId. "That woJJ1d
          championship        meet        on    Tracy pitched a two-hitter to rmprove her on-base per-
                                                and didn't allow an earned centage to .575                                bottom of the seventh to mmute split in the (3,200) have gIven us second place
          Saturday in YpsuantJ                                                                                                                    hi               relay."
                                                run as the Kmghts recorded           It was a lot easIer for the complete her three- 'tter                             Will Utley set a freshman m the team standings, too."
                                                their 12th victory of the sea- Knights on their first tnp to                 Smgles by AndrecoVlch record when he won the pole                                 The team of Bremer,
                                                son                                                                      and Kmg around a walk to                                                          FIsher, Sexton and BaUifF
                                                                                  the new softball complex at Croskey loaded the bases m vault by clearing 11-feet-3.
      Knights                                      New Haven's first batter Ann Arbor Greenhills ULS
                                               reached base on an error _ got at least one hIt m every t h erst                 fi           .
                                                                                                                                                   b        h North's Ryan Stephens was
                                                                                                                                                                                                          gave North a fourth place in
                                                                                                                                                     ut t e second at 10-9, and he also the 1,600 relay Sexton and
                                               one of DIne committed by mmng and rolled to a 20-1 Kmghts f81led to score as                                                                               Scott NIXon tied for fifth in
      qualify for                              ULS - but she was erased VIctory over the Gryphons.
                                               on an unassisted double              ULS scored twice In the
                                                                                                                                    hIt three        mfield quahfied for the state meet. the 400 dash, but Sexton
                                                                                                                                                                  Both efforts were personal was awarded the medal on
                                               play by Alex Houghtabn.                                                      Northwest took a 1-0 lead ~~,s                        other first came an offiCIal'sJudgment.
      state tennis                                                               first mnmg. AndrecoVlch led
                                                  The Rockets scored an off WIth a tnple and scored m the bottom of the innmg
                                               unearned run m the second on                                             Ralstrom smgled to start the from the 3,200 relay team of fifth In the 800 run.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Nate Loree also placed
                                                                                          Croskey's       sIDgle. second for ULS but she was Bremer, Mike Pokladek,
            Umverslty            Liggett Inning on a paIr of ULS Ralstrom                                                                                                                                     'Tm really proud of these
                                                                                                walked       and thrown out at the plate, M8Tlo Sexton and Robbie
        School's tenms team fin- errors, but the Kmghts tied Houghtahn                                                                                                                                    kids," Qumn said "I've been

                                                                                                               In attemptmg                to score on FIsher. Their W1IlIling time saymg for two years that if
        Ished thJrd in the DlVlsion the game ill the bottom of Croskey WIth a sacnfice
        IV state regIonal that the the frame Kelly Kmg led off                                                          Croskey's Single.                         was 8:17.                               we keep showmg up. work-
                                                                                    Greenhills scored Its onI)
        Krughts hosted last week, WIth a smgle, Houghtalm run m the bottom of the first                                    The Crusaders             scored       '7h     at's the fastest tl1~e ing hard and le8TllJng, we'll
        but                   ~llIliMIi'      walked and Laura Ralstrom on a walk and Mary runs in the third and fifth we ve had s~ce ~~etmJe m be m the hunt m every meet.
        necetlS~'h'nd"e             ~         htt an RBI SIngle                                                         lDnmgll on throWlDg 9l'rOl'S ~ the 198~s, Qumn 1~81d That ISwhat we've been - a
        to l:be'Btate ftlmIs oJtJ~1lt
                                                                                Drennan's      on .. out tl"tlple           vr.s
                                                  RBI Singles by Stefama Drennan- was stranded at by ULS to take a 3,() lead<l. ,"Now meets to&,ot a for the ~m;8'llid ~am WIth l~ of
                                                                                                                                                                           we VB              couple
                                                                                                                                       b t                        more                 shoot
        5                      •              Ford and HoughtallD pro- third when Tracy struck out                                 r.    ea     r M acom b school record of 8'11 "                         epi'tl,                     I   ~
           Ann Arbor GreenhIlls duced three runs for the the No 3 hitter and retired Chnstlan 8-3 m the consola-                                                    FIsher fimlIhed second to                "My favorite thmg is that
       showed why It'S ranked first Kltlghts m the third mnmg the cleanup batter on a tlOn game of the tournament                                                So th' B             M k          m we've been fun to watch, and
       10 the state In DIVISIonIV by They added four runs m the
                                                                                                                       hosted by the Kmghts.                        u s ryan            ac eI1Z1e        Saturday was no dJfFerent."
                                                                                grounder to second baseman                 The Crusaders            scored
       Wlnnzng seven of the eIght sIXth on run-sconng hIts by Croskey
                                                                                                                       three runs In the top of the
       fllght$ to finish WIth 30 KlDg, Ford and Knsta
          Grosse He was second
                                                                                   ULS broke the game open first Inmng, but Tracy
                                                                                WIth five runs m the third
                                                Although ULS's mfield mnIDg, six runs m the blanked Macomb Chnstian
                                                                                                                                                               Knights unlucky in
       WIth 21 pomts and ULS had defense was shaky, the out- fourth and seven runs in the on three singles the rest of
       19.                                   field ofFord, Juhe Borushko fifth
          "We won all of our first- and Melissa Kruszyna made                      AndrecoVlch and Croskey
                                                                                                                      the way
                                                                                                                          ULS got a run back m the
                                                                                                                                                               Metro soccer final
      round matches, which we five putouts on hard-hIt each scored four runs, whJIe bottom of the first on consec. 8y Chuck Klonke
      had to do," S81dcoach Chuck balls. Borushko also picked KIng and Ford scored three utlve smgles by Croskey, Sports Editor                                                                          16-13, but Cranbrook scored
      Wnght "They were worth up what appeared to be a apIece. Murray went 4-for-4 KIng and Ralstrom                                                                                                     Its first goal on a penalty
                                                                                                                                                                   One of Umverslty LIggett kick four mmutes mto the
      two pomts because If you smgle, and threw to second WIth five RBIs.                                                 The Knights manufac-
      don't WID your first match, base for a forceout.                                                               tured a run in the second School's                          soccer     players game, and added the other
                                                                                  Tracy fimshed WIth a when Ford reached first on a summed up the KnIghts' on an mdJrect free kick late
      you don't get the pomt for                Earher, ULS welcomed three-hItter and struck out                                                                phght in last week's Metro In the first half
      the bye."                             Clawson       to the Metro two to Improve to 4.0                        passed ball after a stnkeout,
         It was m the second round Conference With a 3-2 Vlcto-                                                     stole second and third, and Conference                            tournament
                                                                                  ULS posted one of the                                                         champIonshIp          game WIth
      that the Kmghts ran mto ry m a game that took only major upsets of the Metro scored on another passed Cranbrook Kmgswood.                                                                            "It was a great battle,"
      some problems.                        70 mmutes to complete The Conference season when the ball                                                                                                   Backhurst          saId       .Our
         No 1 smgles player Justm Trojans become a member of Sixth-seeded KnIghts beat                                   ULS scored tWIce m the                                                         defense played really well.
                                                                                                                    third Borushko led off WIth                   "It seemed hke the goal They controlled two of the
     Powell lost a tough 6-2, 6-3 the Metro next season                       No       3 seed        Lutheran                                                  was mOVIng,"she told coach
     dl!Cl810n David Seyferth of
                 to                            Borushko pitched a strong Northwest 5-3 m the first a smgle and Ralstrom DaVId Backhurst after the best forwards in the state "
     GreenhIlls,       who IS the game for the Kltlghts, allow- round of the league tourna- walked. Both moved up on a Cranes beat ULS 2-0 to add
     favonte to capture the fught mg only three hits while ment                                                     passed ball, and scored on                                                            Erm Deane IS the veteran
                                                                                                                    Houghtalin's smgle.                        the tournament             champI- on the defensIve corps, whJIe
     champlOnsmp at the state stnkmg out seven                                                                                                                onsmp to the regular season Leeza Kozak and freshmen
     meet                                      KatIe Andrecovlch dou-                                                    The lUughts added insur-
                                                                                 ULS used a combmatJon ance runs In each of the next tItle that Cranbrook won Momque Sqwers and Sarah
        &han Pohcherla lost hIs bled and CarIy Croskey of strong                               pltchmg      by three mnmgs WIth Croskey, earher
     second-round match at No 2 walked In the first Inmng, Borushko,                                                                                                                                   Hughes          are     first-year
                                                                                                 outstandmg                                                                                            starters
     smgles and lam Decker but they were stranded as defense by center fielder lUng, Ford and Fleck scor-                                                         And It did seem hke some
     dropped a three-setter at Clawson's lOfield made some Rachel Costello, and some mgthe runs
     No.3                                  fine defenSive plays The clutch hlttmg by Ford to                            Houghtahn           played       a supernatural forces were at                    ULS begms state dlstnct
        DaVId Charbomer came Trojans had 14 putouts by avenge an 11-1 loss to the strong game at shortstop as                                                                                         play next 'fuesday WIth a
    through at No 4 slOgles the Infielders                                                                         she figured In eIght putouts                                                       home game agarnst &yal
                                                                             Crusaders a week earher                   ULS lost the opemng                       "We hIt three crossbars Oak Shrme
    WIth a three-set VIctory,                 Singles by AndrecovlCh,                                                                                         and a goalpost, and all but
    mcludlng a 7-6 (7-5) WIn In Croskey and Borushko pro-                                                         game of the tournament 3-0                                                               A WIn m that contest
                                                                                The Kltlghts scored all of                                                   one crossbar was In the sec- would send the Knights
    the third set tiebreaker               duced a pall' of runs for ULS theIr runs 10 the top of the to Royal Oak                              Shnne,
                                                                                                                                                             ond half," Backhuret s81d.
    agarnst Ann Arbor Gabnel 10 the thIrd lDnlng Clawson seventh mmng                                             although the Knights had                                                            agamst Clawson, also at
   Ibchard                                 made It 2-1 m the fifth, but                                           six hits and played well                                                            ULS, on Thursday
                                                                                Ralstrom smgled WIth one defen81vely ULS left 10 run-                            "Cranbrook's            athletIC
       "He had five match the Kmghts snswered WIth out and pinch hItter Erm                                                                                  dIrector told me, 'I've never
   pomts," Wnght said "He a run In the bottom of the Fleck walked After a stnke- ners m sconng posItion                                                                                                  "We're defimtely m the
   Just gutted It out"                    lDnmg when Croskey sm- out, AndrecoVlch smgled to                           Shnne scored tWIce In Its seen a team so unlucky'                              tougher bracket," Backhurst
       ULS's only flIght champI- gled and scored on KIng's load the bases Consecutive final                                    at     bat     to beat They knew they were fortu- s81d of the DIVISIon IV dIs-
   onshlp game at No 2 dou- double                                                                                Chntondale 4-3 m the cham- nate to WIn"                                            tnct, "but we were fortunate
                                                                            Singles        by        Croskey, pIOnship game                                     ULS outshot the Cranes to get three home games"
   bles where the team of Peter
   Spma and Owen DarT won
  6-2, 6-2 lD the semIfinals
  agamst Greenhills,            then
                                         Trinity baseball sweeps twinbill from Urban Lutheran
  beat Grosse Ile 6-3, 2-6, 6-2 By Bob St. John                                In the second game, took the loss, despite throw-
  10 the final                            Sports Wnter                      Taylor had two hIts, mcIud- 109 Just 54 pItches as the DIVISIonand 7-10 overall                                         ners on base each mnlOg"
      It was the fourth time                The Tnmty Cathohc boys mg a home run, while JUDlor                                                                                                          Later m the week, the
  that Spma and DarT had baseball                      team crunched Chns Geromm and Wilhams                     Lancers had only four hits,                    Softball                            Lancers spht a doublehead-
 played the Grosse lle team, DetroIt Urban Lutheran laqt also had two hits 10 the one                            and they blew a 3-2 lead
                                                                                                                when Holy Redeemer scored                                                           er WIth DetroIt Dommlcan,
 and they've each won tWice week, WInning 11-0 and 18-0 mnmg they played                                                                                       Tnmty Catholic's gIrls
     "Peter and Owen started m one inning                                                                       three runs In the top of the softball team lost three of losmg 17-11 and Wlnnmg     14-11
                                                                              Later In the week, the
 out well, struggled a httle,               "We put together a couple Lancers lost a doubleheader Sixth IOn109 to WIn                                       four games last week, but                  "The gIrls were upset after
 but they beat a good team of good gameq,~ head coach to VISiting DetrOit Holy                                      Sophomore Joe Cruz hIt a remamed 10 second place In
                                                                                                                two-run smgle that high- Its diVISion                                              losmg the first game,"
 from Grosse POInte North, Larry Geromln saId                              Redeemer, failing 5-3 and 8- lighted the Lancers' offen.                                                                Becker Bald "We had to
 end since then they've                     Semor       JOf'   WIlliams 4                                                                                     The Lancers dropped a adjust the hneup smce we
played well," Wnght saId                                                                                       sIVe output                                  doubleheader to Bloomfield
                                         earned the Win 10 the open-
     Wmmng their first match- er, stnkmg out 11, and he 10 both games, making
                                                                              "Our defense let us down             In the mghtcap, sopho- Hills Sacred Heart Academy were mlssmg three starters,
es were the doubles teams of helped illS own cause, gomg errors                                                more Adnan Wdhams took 4-3 and 13-3 as theIr bats but the gIrls ralhed and
                                                                                       at    key times," the loss Joe Wilhams and                                                                  played well"
Trevor Stahl            and Dan 2-for-3                                                                                                                    went SIlent                                 Freshman                  Nicole
                                                                           Geromm saId .Our lack of a Geromm had two of the
LaLonde, &bble Bauble                      Sophomore Brock Taylor consistent defense has led to                                                               "We had a chance to WIn RIchardson struck out 10 to
and Michael Stefam and was 3-for-:1.hlttmg a qmgle, several tough losses thIS Lancers' five hits                                                           the first game, but we failed pIck up the Win, and JUnior
Nlthm Nltwa and Ankur double and tnple, and senIOr season ~                                                       The Tnmty Catholic base- to get the bIg hIt when we
                                                                                                               ball team Improved to 6.8 In                                                        Anne WasukaD1S was 3-for-5
Venna                                  Mike McGarry was 2-for-3              In game one, Geromm the Catholic Leagu~ CoD needed It," head coach Juhe
                                                                                                                                                          Becker Bald "We had run.
              Thursday, May 27,2004
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     • Refcrnilil Up.'n Request                                                                                                                                                                                                                   'A.1         POWer Washing               remodeling Starting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Free estimates
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     586-598-WASH                Free             at $3 ,495.00
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                                                                                          IBonded I~sured I~aranleed                                                                                      METICULOUS
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Paper hanging, wood
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Paln~ng                     .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     estlm ates Decks, fen-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 d     & cone t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Ned Impastato{
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Master Sufidel'
                                                                                                                                                                822... 00                                    finishing        Intenor, ex-            %0 ftOOflNG SERVIn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        THE nle Guy SpeCIalIZ-
                                                                                          313-885.8734                                                          • Large and Small Jobs
                                                                                                                                                                • Pianos (our speaally)
                                                                                                                                                                                                             tenor            restoratIons
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Color consulting John
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     nance Inc Roof leak
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Malnte-        Ing In new & old in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           stallations        Full kitch-
                                                                                                                                                               • Appllllnces                                 DIVrta, 313-804-8782                    specl8l1sts Tear offs                en & bath remodehng
                                                                           QS~ PAINTlNG:D[(ORATING                    QS4 PAINTING/DECORATING                  • SatLlrday,Sunday                            Tony Mannino                586-        re-roofs,            shingles,       LICensed                 bu Ilder
                                                                                                                                                                  SeMCe                                      n5-7183                                wood            shakes        flat    Dave, (586)945-4505
                                                                                                                                                               • SenfOf Discounts                           QUALITY PAINTING                         roofs         copper     bays,

                                                                                                                                                                 Owned & Operated
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Extenor I Interior                   decks          slatel tIle re-       TILE BY SHERI
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Plaster Repalra                     pair (313)884-9512                        T'le SpecialiSts
                                                                                                                                                                  By John Stelnmger                                   25 yeara,                                                         & Designers. 20 Years
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ALL PRO ROOFING
                                                                                                                                                                  11850 E. JeIfwson                              lnaured - Neat                                                           Repairs Small Jobs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    • ProfeSSional Roofs
                                                                                                                                                                     MJlS(-L 19675                          Quality Preparation                        • G utte rs • Sldrng                   Free Estimates
                                                                                                                                                                     Licensed - Insured                     Seaver'.       Home                   • New' Repairs                        (313)570-4092
                                                                                                                                                                  FREE ESTIMATES                            (313)882-0000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Reasonable I Reliable
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         977 WAll WASHING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               28 years I n BUSiness
                                                                                                                                                                  960 ROOFING SfRVI(f                    Q60 ROOFING S!RVIC/                      John Williams                     MADAR     Maintenance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Hand wall washing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Windows    tOCI Free
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            CODDENS         Roofrng                  estImates & referen-
                   Rough .. FlnlsMcl
                                                                                                                                                                J&JROOFING                                                                   Since 1924 New cr                       ces 313-821-2984
                                                                                      Speclallllng In InlenorlElC1e1lO< F'alll1Tng We oIfe<                     (586) 445-64M                   or 1 800-4159-6455                           repairs     Reshlngle
          Anft/tecturar1IoIcI11IlIS. cabIMtry,                                                                                                                                                                                               tear-oft Licensed In                     9~ 1 WINDOW WASHING
          CUstom MlIIWortl:. lteIM'ocfuetIon wort                                 tile best rn praparatlOo before pambng and use only tile
                                                                                                                                                                 SEE HOW APJI'ORDAIlLE QUALITY CAN BEl                                       sured (313)886 5565
                                                                                         finest mat_Is 10< tile Iongesl IasMg resutls
                                                                                                                                                                       10 year workmanahlp warranty                                                                                CALL Mr Squeegee 10-
 RFFfJl.I'    r" CAlI          313.~~;~.~~67
                                          t                    I )"              Grl!l!t Wastem people are qualTTymtndad and oourtaous
                                                                                                                                                                    l!~ year or longer malerial warranty                                    FLAT        roof       specialist        day Get clean wln-
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                                           D6SKlN                                                   REASONABlE RATES                                                                                                                           Ove r 30 yea rs expen-
                                                                                     FREE ESTIMATES • FUllY INSU R£nIlICENSEO                                            Speo\allzlng in TEAR-oFFS                                                                                  dows wrthout brea king
                "''WJW)~             QUAUl"YWatK                                                                                                                                                                                              ence Licensed     Free
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                                                                                                                                                                                            UoeD8lld                                          estimates     Guaran-                 I Will do your WIndows.
                                                                                                                                                                CALL US TODAY FOR A FREE ESTIMATEI                                            tees (313)372-7784                    guners      and power
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    washing      FUlly Insur-
                                                                                            Charles tChip' Gibson                                                                                                                                                                   ed References ava~-
                                                                                            CUSTOM PAINTING                                                                                                                                                                         able (313)995-0339
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  CLEARVlEW        Mamte-
                                                                                         INTmUOR          .IXTBBIDB PlJNTJNQ
                                                                                            Inounnco Work
                                                                                           'WoI",- IIomonJ                   FAUX     I"IM8HIi:8                                                          1FAROFFS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    nance Window clean-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    pomtl ng decI< clean-

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                                                                                            .1Ianglng                                                                                                                                                                               Ing        Reasonable
                     "QUALITY      IS OUR SUCCESS"
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                   'WALlf''''PE~      DflfW-'4.LPUSTE'RAEPNR
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 FAMOUS Maintenance
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                                                                                         DEAL DlBI!lCl'LY W1'I'H THE OWNll:R                                                   STORMWINOOWS &: STORM OOORS                                                                         Licensed   & Insured
                   , ''''''SHOKl   'flSlUS>N3 "Ct. 4 SP!l4V P/oMlNG
                                                                                          'LIoen.M .. Wured                                                                                                                                                                        Since    1943     Wall
                                                                                          'Cornmareall • Reeicl8D~1al
                                                                                                                                                                      ~leyor~liire""~I. ~
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                                                                                          .aer_08lI in 7OW' ........                                                                                                                                                               4300
                                                                                                                                                                                         "Above All a Good Roof"                                                                 MADAR     Maintenance
                      (313)        881.3970                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Fully                 Hand wash WIndows
                 '6837 HAA"ER.     DETROIT. FAX 313-381 39S1
                                                                                                                                                                                           313-881-3386                                                  Insured
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  and walls Free esti-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  mates & referenoea
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  313.821 2984
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                                                                                                                                               (313)882-6900 ext. 3
               60~    AUTOMOTIVE
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                      fOREIGN                       SPORT UlillTY                               SPORT UTIliTY                          SPORT UTIliTY                                                           05 I ROATS AND MOTOIlS                        651 BOATS MlD t.l01ORS                      oSI iO:dS      ANO !,'OIORS
          BMW 3251, sport paell.            2004 GMC En~oy SLT.
                                                                       cyl 1996 Jeep Grarld Char. 2002 Satum Vue, redl                                            ~-                      1988 Grady. White Off. BOWRIDER           22ft, 1993
                     low     miles,
                                              4x4-      4 2L,
                                              14500 miles Loaded,
                                                                              okee Laredo 103000              tan     28,000    Great                                   AECREAnoNAL          shore     24',    walk     Baylmer, 2250
           condl1K>n    must c:;ee            'P~"'lPI'" heated sO.J.ts,       miles Very good con.          cOrldlbOrl      $12495/                                                        =~~I~~bl~~~                  lraller  SOL     Mere
           $10,000        313-885-           Onstar,          moonroof        .:J ~V"             ~ oW       best (313)884-2242                                                             V-6, 235 H      15 H P'               P,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        GPS, potty, loaded
           2610                              plu s more         Excellent     (313)884 1935               1998 Yukon, 4 door, 4x                                                            locker, fUlly ngged lor     $8,5OQI best       313-
                                             condlbon,          $26,500    1996        Jeep    Cherokee      4 White! tan leather,                                                          tlshlng  $16,500   Call     61Q-6757
          SUBARU Forester AWD                248 5214514             ~        Sport 4 hter automat.          AMlFMI       CO     Rear                             1967 20HP Mere out.       for details, 313-821.
             wagon, 1999 excel.              lee@hotmall com                                good             he         I                                           board  Gas tank In-     0106                    -----                     _
                                                                              IC, very             condl'       aI, nal guard tires                                 eluded   Runs   well --                         DONATE        your    boat!
             lent arr, 68 000 miles,
                                          1999 GMC            Yukon 4        lion         new       bres,    Immaculate condrtJon                                   $5001 besl (313)881. 1981 Se,Ray Weekend-          clean lake St Clair!
             silver            $9990                                         $4 000            (313)886      $125001             best                               3599                    er, 26 454, 2 tops,        W A       He F       da.
                                             door       4x4      Leather,
             (313)882-n84                                                    2235                            (586)468-4549                                                                  good          ooOOlbon         e re    re oun
                                             heated        seats     Red
                                             123,000                miles 1995 Jeep Grand Cher.                                                                   1996 Four WlrlnS 258                         $8,950         (313)417:                     bOrl    (586)n8.2143,
                60b AUTOMOTIVE
                                            $9,900            (586)344-      okee Limited V-8, 4x                                                                   Vista Cruiser, excel.                      0242                                         1000/0 tax dedUCbble!
                 SPORT UTIlITY
                                            8896                                   9                                                                                lent        condition,                 --------                                         non-profit
                                                                             4        1 000 miles, all 2001 Ford Ranger, ex.                                        $24500      (586)771-                  BOSTON Whaler 2000
        2001 Ford Escape XlT.
            29,500 mrles Loaded,
                                         2002 Jeep Grand Cher.               opllons,      no sunroot       tended      cab power                                      soo4                                    145ft         Dauntless                    OPTIMIST.   '98 white
                                            okee Laredo- Black               White! gray leather,           Windows, locks, auto-                                ----____                                     50hp Mercury        Shor-                    hull 2 SlUls Spar &
            leather, moonroof        6
                                            perfectl 43 000 high.            rlon.      smoker,      rlew   mane aAr CD V. 6                                     1973 O'Day, 22 ft, like                      lander Il'llIlar   Excel.                    SaJI bags, cover Ex.
           CD player, extended                                              tires                $6 900            '"                                               mint condition 6 HP                       lent            condition
                                            way miles          $180001
           servICe plan $16,500                                             (313')881.7869'                 Tonneau            cover,                               Evenrude      5' salts                    $15,500        (313)822.                      cellent      condlbon                      653     BOA 1\ PAR IS AilO
                                            best 313-590-3979
           (313)822-2985                                                                                    41,000 miles, $9,000                                    $1,900 firm (313)886-                     0438                                          $1,550 Contact Nan.                                MArNT£NMj([
                                        1999        Jeep      Cherokee 1994 Jeep Cherokee, 4                 313881-3210                                            3666                                   -B-ERT-R-A-U--33ft--S-,port-.                    cy,313-822.7207
        -'993--F-o-rd--Ex-plo-re-"          4X4, all power 4L~ V..                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  MARINE WOODWORK
                                                                            door, 2 wheel dnve,                                                                                     ,                        fish 360 hours TWIn -C-H-R-IS-C--ft-2-,,-n-84-                                           Custom D6Slgned
           147000 miles, power             6, 95K mrles, $7500              automatIC 6 cylinder,                                                                1978 SeaRay, 20 198                         Mererulser   454    AIr          ra    '7U"" 19
           Windows, loclls, seats,         734-476-3170
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             & Buill Cabinetry
                                                                            103,000 miles          Sun. AAA cash. best p~                                          h p,    loaded, good                      COnditioning     Salon   New engine, out dnve,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Repairs, dry-rol 23
           $1 ,800        (586)296- ClassIikliii' 31:J.88U900 I 3           rool         Black!      tan,  paid for cars, vans,                                    condltJon, 500 hours,                     completely     redone    new     Intenor,    new
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Years expenence Have
           3915                        ';.;~           ...   fl-O'P-        $2.800            (313)884-    trucks Running 0000,.                                   $2,500       (313)821.                    Baat       Immaculate    palnl  (586)212.7668,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     POrtfolIO & Refere~
                                                                            7251                           lion 246-722-8953                                       9686                                      313-363-2580            lust $9,900

          903 APPLIANCE REPAIRS                  907 IASEMENT
                                                WATERPROOFING                        911 'RI<K/.LOCK            WORK         911 ~RlCKI BlOCK \'IORK                     91-1 CARPlNTRY                         91S CEMWT I'/ORK                                                                       936    flOOR SANDING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         919 DRY\'IAll      PLASTERING
       17888 Maell. 4 execu.                      DEROCHE                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     REFirHSHING
         bve offices, 2 adJOin'              CONSTRUCnON
                                                                                 AFFORDABLE        Ilghl ma. SMALL       repairs    Tuell. EXPERIENCED carperl' M3 Concrete-            panos,                                                           PLASTER & drywall re-                    .lnnovatlVe H61ctwoocr
         Ing surtes wrth pnvate                   Basement                         sonry Save on tuck.         polnttng,        concrete,    ler Roors, WindOWS, stamping,         dnveways,                                                               pllJr  and    palntrng                 Hardwood FIoors-19851
         bath recepbon area,                    Waterproofing                      pointing,     bnck     re-  porches, chimney ,e-         doors, declls, porch-    waterproofing        Free                                                             Grosse POinte reler.                    Sanding-Refinishing-
         sunken      confere~                All Concrete Work                     placements,        mortar  pa,rs    Steve Kleiner        es, garage stralghten-   esbmates       lJcensed,                                                              ences    Call Cha~es                   RepBJrs-New Installation
         room wrth built        In              Bnck Repairs,                      color matching       Estl. 586-215-4661,          810-   Ing        References    Insured    Bnan. 586-                                                                 "Chip'        Gibson                     LJcensed & Insured
         shelvmg,        kitchen,                                                  males     Strong refer.    765-8602                        586 n9-7619            481-3538                                                                              313-884-5764                                 TIm Tarpey
         bathroom,      storage              Drainage Systems                     ences                MIke,                                                       jOi~~~~~iOOCi                                                                                                                             (586)772-6488
        Approximately       2,000                References                        (313)884-0985                                                                                                               WINTER                                   PlASTER               repBJl'S, AA      Hardwood Floors
        sq It Metered parklng                                                                                                                                                                  Se rv                                                                                               work,
        available In back lot
                                               313-478-8482                    --------
                                                                               ALL      masonry      work.                BLONDELL           eon ......-        GARY'S            Ca
                                                                                                                                                                                                             CONSTRUCTIOH                                 pamllng
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Job too        Cheap'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ...... '        ,

        $3,000 Includes ubht.              JAMES KLEINER                          Tuckpornt,     chimney,                   lion Ki1chens               ..
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                                                                                                                                                                                 a..on,           re-        Li----.l Build-
                                                                                                                                                                                                              ~           -                               anylfme            Insured      ces. Member InstaJl~
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Sanding      &   BBB.
        les    Shown by ap-               WATERPROOFING                              bncl<s, blocll, stones                 rooms,        addlllons,                           padRePaJl1'S
                                                                                                                                                                  (J'erpeltchln2                           16,..... ia,.,... <DJll ......   ~             (586)n4-2827                          tlons Prompt, -'lable~,
        pointment, Jim Saros              Basement                                   Lay pabo slate Ce-                     basements       Design!                 a              aval a.                  oCom:rec. n.:-..                                                                                  ""
        Agency,       (313)886'         Waterproohng                                 ment steps Reinforce                   bUild Refere~s        LJ-             ble 586-228-8934                                         - .... ~-7                   PLASTER!     dry                wall.   courteous.  (248)249-
        9030                          InSide or OutSide                              house      foundanons                  censed,        Insured                                                             - Pui ..... w.lJro                         Water   damage                  18 _659_2                 _
                                            Method                                   References     586-n9-                 (313)882-7472                                                                          - Footiap                              years experie~                  1I- FLOOR sanding and fin-
     GOOD and rehable ap-            Walls Straightened                            7619                                                                                                                    -Water/Seom Hoo""""                            censed, Insured               Joe,       Ishlng.         Free  esb-
       pliance     repaJrs    by           & Braced                           BRICK   rePaJrs                   SmaJl
                                                                                                                         FIVE Lakes Construc-
                                                                                                                           bon Additions, klIch.
                                                                                                                                                                A.A. CODDENS
                                                                                                                                                                  FamUySln<;.,9'..                                -1Iaemaua,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          (313)51Q-0950                            mates
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Teny Yertce,
       'Promrse       Apphance,    Footings Underpinned
                                                                               lobs welcome                    Steps.      en & bathroom      re-               oDriveways                                          Dag/PoJwed                      SEAVER'S             plaster,       dry.                                      _
       Inc' No extra charge          Drainage Systems
      fo r weel<end or eve- All Concrete & Masonry                                porches, tuckpolnllng                     modeling.      FinIShed              oP8tlOs                                        -AdditaDllGanpo                           wall, textures, paint.                   G & G FLOOR CO
      ning              servrce
                                                                                  Code        vlolabons                     basements,     garages              °Walks                                            'Buemmt                                 Ing ElectnceJ repwrs
                                    LJcensed & Insured
      (800}895-2111,                                                              (586)n9-6226, KeVIn                       New home construc.                  °ExpoBad Aggregeta                              WoIaproofiag                              24    years-   Grosse                      Wood floolS only
                                           10 Year
      (586)465-8016                                                                                                        lion, mtenorl extenor                °Bnck Work                                                                                POinte 313-882-0000                        313-885-0257
                                 Transferable Guarantee
                                                                             CUSTOM bnell, block &                         paJntlng    All    fimsh             oCtllmneytl                                     -1iee 1l.emonJ                                                                      Roors of distinction
      90~ ASPHAlT PAVING             Owner - Operated                          stone RePaJr or new                         work SIding, Windows                 313-886-5565                                      wiUl'Cdi
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Lic:e.nsed                                                                                    SInce 1964
               REPAIR               (313)885-2097
    C & J Asphalt Improve               PrOViding Dry                             ~~)sa:~e:59                  5p m ,      ~~o~e~=t                     ~        L=-l                       In.suml       586-790-1923                              (588)415-0153.                Unlver-               Bob Grabowskl
      your dnvewayl Expert        Basements s,~ 1977                                                                        censed builder, fully ANTONIO'S               Cament                                                                   '1     sal ::JFlectnc.   Older      Founder 1 PresIdent                             \
      seahCG8llrig. 586-U3-                                                       JAMES KLEINER                             Insured       All     maJor   23 yeam expenenee                                                                               home sp8C1a1lSts    Qr.       LJcensed, Insured
    , 8087,586-756-7935
                                            R.L.                                Bnck/l;llQCl<ilIl>ll"tonel                 .credit co.r<15 ll(:QI~      - J\ a11.types    ...cament ,  at                                                                curt breaker- -boxes,            member of The
                                       STREMERSCH                             I,meslOneituckpomnrlg                         (586)nS-7522                   worll & waterproollng I                                                                       outdool:"~I~:'-       Ii- .. rBustIleliS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Free EstfInatea
    COMMERCIAL       Asphalt
      Sealing Co Dnvewayl
      parkmg 101 seal coat.
                                                                              Pabas, porches, walks,
                                                                             chimneys, walls, borders
                                                                              For the past 25 yeare
                                                                                                                        T.N-J     Home Improve-
                                                                                                                            ment 20+ yealS expe-
                                                                                                                                                            JAMES KLEINER
                                                                                                                                                            Dnveways, pabos,           CHIMNEY SERVICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                          SAFE FLUE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         cessed     lights  addl'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         nons, all typeS'Of Blae. We supply,lnstall, sand,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         tncal work. licenSed         stam and finish wood
                                          WALLS REPAIRED
      Ing! slnplng 18 years                                                   thousands      of homes                       ne~       In      palnbng,    walks, garage floors        • CllPmney iean~ng
                                                                                                                                                                                                 C                                                       Insured, owner operat:         Iloors, new & old.

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                                           STRAIGHTENED                         repaired .YQyjust                          plaster, roofing, cer.            (313)885-2097,           - Caps and                                                         ed                               SpecIaliZing in
     expenence     Referen.
     ces     Free esbmale,

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                                      Some ClassificatIons
                                      are requIred by law to
                                                               34 YEARS
                                                                            Brick repairs- porches,
                                                                                chimneys, steps.
                                                                            Mortar color matChed.
                                                                               24 years. Insured
                                                                                                                            (231 )881,5740                     ways,
                                                                                                                                                                       fl oors,

                                                                                                                                                               ed (313)527-8935
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ed, II natural stain, In-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  sta allon, repair, 18
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 years Free estimates
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 20%          off    June.
         Free Esflmotes                 Check wtth proper                        (313}882-OOOO                          T. A Beaudette        remod-                                                                                                                Upgrade                       (586)m.1982
       l.Jcensed/lnsured                    State Agency                                                                  ellng Complete   Inte-                                                                                                  CUSWORTH         Electnc. PRIMA        Roors,    LLC.
                                                                            SEMI-     rebred    mason,
       248-789-8088                      to verify ffcenae.
                                                                               50+ years expenence,                       nor renovanons, exte-                                                                                                    SeI'V1Ce upgrades, re-     Hardwood 5peclalrsts
                                                                               licenseei'      Insu red                   rlOr repaJr & maJnte-                                                                                                    PaJrs,   heanng      and   New Installation Re-
          907 USEMENT                   THOMAS KLEINER
                                                                               Reasonable      We do                      nance 586-764-5113                                                                                                       cooImg Since 1965          finishing.        Guaran-
        WATERPROOFING                      BASEMENT
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     By Brad Lindberg
            SPEEDWAY, Ind - Hot
        sun and hIgh humidIty
        encase the Indlanapohs
        Motor Speedway as RobbIe
        Buhl walks from pIt row to
        hIS team's       garage     on
        Gasoline AIley.
           LIght winds flicker check-                                                                                    Photo. by Brad LmdberB
        ered rBCJng flags above the           By sh1ftiDt from the cockpit to the other I1de of the pIt wall, Buhlls maIt-
        grandstand roof four stones        lag the same career move 88 Eddie Cbeever Jr. and MlCbael Andrettl. seen
       over turn one                       ta1JdDg with driver BI')'8D Berta, who Buh1 coached 88 a begi.Dnlag racer.
          At the bottom of the 5/8- popular gestures to Its 95- laps lead, 644, at the my salary m terms of
       Dllle front Str81ght, where a year-old past, datmg to 1909 Speedway                                      being an asset to tlus
       V of alummum bleachers when 3 2 mJlhon paVIng                            Unser stands outsIde the team," he s8.Id.
       and glaas-walled pnvate bncks were l8Jd 10 63 days Indy RaCIng League office on                             He'll mvest more tUDe
       suites fashion motor sport's to form a Jaw-Jarnng dnvmg Gasolme Alley. At 65 years buJldmg relationships
       grandest canyon, !U1' IS too surface Thus the Dlckname old, he's fit and speaks 10 a WIth sponsors and man-
       still to blow away the heat "The Bnckyard,"               around gentlemanly          manner     He ufacturers, such as the
      and stick:mess.
                                          which the town of Speedway, r8Jses and lowers IDS vOIce makers of Purex laun-
          DeSPite forecasts oflsolat- a         western    suburb     of WIth the ebb and flow of race dry detergent, Aventls
      ed thunderstorms, the only Indianapolis, grew                         cars domg practice laps 100 ph a I'm ace UtI Ca Is ,
      thing Te1gnmg tins day are             When the track was resUT- yards away                               Chevrolet engmes and
      sunburns.                           faced WIth asphalt In 1937, a        Unser IS thoughtful, but Dallara chaSSIS.
         It's a few days before the 36-mch st1j.p qf the ongInal gets to the pomt, Just as m
      88th IndIanapolis 500               bnt,!ts - a yard of bm,ks k\l,7;Q        when takmg iwl tQr-
         Dubl, co-owner of Dre~r ftotn the stoned Bnckyard b'lllhallJW;d "" ,,' cJIlb.nny The team
      & Rembold Racing,. has - wall pres~rved at the ,I11ghtD1ng racel car - tl) Jthe . ,!iluhlhQ()ropleted                                ius
      come from watchmg one of start-finIsh Ime                             wmner's CIrcle The car was        'wallilb)'Gasolme Mle.Y'1
     IDScars takmg practice laps             The yard ofbncks extends navy blue WIth yellow 1Ight-                In the team garage,
         BuhI, a 40-year-old Grosse beyond the track mto the nmg bolts pamted on the top mechanICS                                  removed
     Pomte Farms natIve now mfield                                          and sides                          bodywork from the No
     settled In Cleveland WIth a                                                                               24 car, revealing the
                                             HIgh-revvmg daydream-             "Robbie, as I dId, knew the
     WIfe and two children, saw ers who'll never have a total dnve was not there engIne, radIators and
     lus first Indy 500 m 1970                                                                                 webs of electncal WIres
                                         chance to race through the anymore," Unser s8Jd "Once
         He was 7 years old and canyon stream Into the you don't have the nght EngIneers                                          reVIewed
    taggmg along WIth his dad mfield to have their pIctures dnve, you should step down computer dats from the
    That was the year AI Unser taken standmg on the start- I dIdn't want to hold any- practIce session
    Sr led 190 of 200 laps to win fimsh Ime                                body back"                            "RetITement's
    lus firat of foUTIndys                                                                                    word           for
                                            Some fans go the extra            "I look at hfe as you look what's gomg
        Buhl drove the race eight 1D1le They 1D1ffiJC WIn- at a year," saId EddIe
    tImes, the first m 1996                                                                                   on        here,"                                                                      always been
                                        nmgdnvers'tradItIonofget-         Cheever Jr., 1998 Indy 500
        Other roolnes that year tmg down on theIr knees WIDner and owner of Red Buhl                                      saId                                                                      honest about
    Included future NASCAR and klssmg the yard of Bull                                                        "I'm not the                                                                          makmg every-
                                                                                    Cheever        Racmg guy dnVIng
    star 'Thny Stewart and for- bncks                                     Cheever didn't dnve all last the car, but                                                                                 thmg nght
    mer Formula         1 Ferran            WhIch IS what three gIg- season, but hasn't retired I've probably                                                                                          HIS atten-
    wheelman MIchele AIboreto gly httle gIrls, probably 12 offiCIally                                                                                                                               tIon to detaIl
        And there was RaCln years old, were domg when                                                        created more                                                                           hasn't
                                                                              "There are dIfferent sea-
   Gardner.        Racm had a Buhl almost stumbled over sons and dIfferent tImes you work                                   for
                                                                                                                                                                                                    changed the
   momker from central cas- theIr upturned backSides do thmgs," he said. "Nothmg myself                                    I'm
                                                                                                                                                                                                    least     little
   109, but he never left the whde rushmg to the garage                                                      eXCIted about                                                                         bIt"
                                                                          IS worse than bemg m WIn- my new chal-
   chorus. Suspension prob-                "rve never done that," he tel' when you want It to be lenges,                                                                                              "There's so
   lems dropped the curtBm on smIled at the children's spnng or summer~                                                    but
                                                                                                                                                                                                   many dewls,"
   lus only appearance ill rac- grasp of Indy lore                                                           I'm nervous                                                                           Buhl       said
                                                                             "It takes a tremendous          to see where
   mg's greatest show WIth                 Buhl has never dnven to amount of readJustmg m It all goes"                                                                                             "I'm always
   more        than   300 mdes an Indy 500 VIctory, but he your mmd," Unser S8Jd                                                                                                                   wntmg notes
   remammg                                                                                                      "Don't                                                                             to      myself
                                       might WIn the race as an              "As a dnver you control thmk lap by
       In Buhl's second outmg In owner                                   the final stage of the equa- lap," adVIsed                                                                                about what I
   1997, he finIshed mnth                  He retIred from dnVlng 10 tlOn because you're m the                                                                                                     have to do If
       "That was the year we had Apnl but WIll contmue 10 machme everyone's worked Cheever                                                                                                         you let It get
  a car to WIn," he saId                                                                                    "Thmk            In
                                       the sport as co-owner of so hard on," Cheever saId                                                                                                          to \OU,   \t \\111
       He started fourth and led Dreyer & Rembold Racmg                                                     three-month terms Racmg               perspectIVe from In "de the   eat   yOU   up -
                                                                         "As an owner, you have more
   16 laps in the second half                                                                               IS no dIfferent than any              cockpit at the ,am, t n"
                                          "There      are   definitely ImmedIate control of what
  An unlucky pIt stop seconds bmes I WIsh I were out m hapnens Bemg behind the other busmess The more                                             thmgs are h1pp, r1T1~ H ,             ~t'f'   HI HI.. pag-t' 4("
  before a yellow flag put hIm the car,~ Buhl s81d, "but I scenes, you can affect how effort you put In the better
  a lap - 2 1/2 mdes - Just have to shIft that same the car and dnvers are pre- off you'll be I have a great
  behmd the leaders He fin- passIOn to the other SIde pared a lot more than you time It's very mtense "
  Ished eIghth.
      "We never got that lap
                                      That's what takes a while"
                                          He startled
                                                                        could Just slttmg and dn-
                                                          the open- Vlng"
                                                                                                                As Dreyer & Rembold's
                                                                                                            dnver ementus, Buhlls In a
                                                                                                                                                                Grosse Pointe
 back," Buhl saId                                                                                           natural pOSItIOn to work
                                      wheeled world by leaVIng              "No questIon about It,"
      In the 2001 race, Buhl the cockpIt pnor to the Indy Buhl saId "It's defimtely a WIth the team's new on.
 SpUDhIS blue and yellow No 500, hIS and almost every dIfferent perspectIve As a track talent
 24 Purex!Dreyer & Rembold other Amencan                     dnver's dnver, you come to the track              A week            after     Buhl
 on lap 166 when passing favonte race                                                                      announced hIS retITement,
                                                                        In the morning asking whIch
 leader Heho Castroneves of                                                                                the team hIred Fehpe
                                         "'Ib be honest WIth you, I way the WInd's blowmg and
 Marlboro Team Penske                                                                                      Glaffone, 29, of BraZIl In
                                      really thought I'd dnve a what you want to aecom.
 Buhl brushed the wall In couple more years," Buhl phsh Now I come WIth dlf- 2001, Glaffone was Indy
 turn two, recovered and fin- saId "I was thmkmg of ferent presqures - what Racmg League rookIe of the
 Ished 15th          Castroneves                                                                           year In 2002, he fimshed
                                      gomg through thIS race we're trymg to accomplish
 kept the lead to wm hIS first Then, WIth more thought, I as a team - whIch IS a new thIrd at Indy
 of two consecutive Indy saId let's do It now Get sensatIOn"                                                   "I've known Felipe from
 500s                                somebody else m here and                                              hIS days In Indy LIghts,"
                                                                                                           Buhl saId "We had him
    "If I hadn't spun trymg to start bUlldmg ~
 pass Castroneves,"          Buhl       "You have to gIVethe man
                                                                        Stepping back
                                                                           Buhl said he'll probably saw the commitment It all
nearly Sighed "'rr IS the a lot of credIt for what he take a year to settle m
                                                                                                           come to the race shop He
                                                                                                                                                         Saturday, June 5 ~
bIggest word In the d1ct1o- has done,~ saId AI Unser Sr                                                    happened In SIXhouT!',"
nary"                                                                      "I Ilon't want to Jump m
                                     "I assure you he stili gets and hurt what we've bUilt as                 "Everythmg happened so
                                     the same dnve ThIs 18 a a team and what rolM peo- fast: Glaffone saId "The
                                                                                                                                                             8:00am      ~
Tradition                            very hard month for hIm ple plav: he qald "It's tough team really wants to grow
    StIll makmg hIS way to becauS(' of commg here He when you want to get In
Gasoline Alley, Buhl took a knows hp'q made a commit. there and give your opm-
                                                                                                          and WInracE's"
                                                                                                              "rt'q heen a IImooth transI-
                                                                                                                                                          at Kerby Field ,:
                                                                                                          tIOn." BAld Bnan Fran7oSI.
shortCJJt through a portion ment to himself and the Jon"
                                                                                                          Buhl's former crew chIef
of mfield off thp front team and has to live up to
atralght                            It"
                                                                          When       dnvmg,        Buhl now aSSigned to Glaffone
                                                                       earned hiS Income from "Felipe hall a !:Teat attItude                         For details see our website
   The route took hIm across            Unser retired m 1994 but pnze money
one of the Speedway's most retams the record for moqt
                                                                                                          Rnd fit In nght Away RobbIe
                                                                          "Now I havp to generate can qtond back Rnd gwe us                  
 _4C __                    S:eorts                                                                                                                                                             May 27,2004
                                                                                                                                                                                    Grosse POinte News

 South wraps up fourth straight division baseball crown
 By Chuck Klonke                     Blue DeVIls head mto state         DeVIls 54, banchng them            the four-hit pltchmg of Ben           South's wm, coupled With    On     Monday,       South
 Sports Editor                       tournament    action next          theIr first 1088 10 11 league      Jenzen. Jenzen struck out          Utica Ford II's loss to     dropped a 3-1 deciSIOn to
    Grosse Pomte South's             week                               games.                             seven and walked two. Only         Fraser, wrapped up the      Fraser Jenzen pitched well
 semor baseball players have            ~e need to play better             "Tom SaWlckl pitched            one of the Crusaders' four         MAC White title for the     but chdn't have a lot of sup-
 been leachng a charmed hfe          defensively," he said. "We've      well," Gnesbaum 881d of his        runs was earned                    Blue DeVIls It was their    port 10 the field or at bat
    "They've won two league          hit well We've pitched pret-       startmg pitcher "He didn't            LCN scored three tlDles 10      fourth straight league cham-  South had only three hits
 champIOnships, two dls-             ty well What I'd lIke to see       deserve to loae "                  the fourth mnmg to take a 3-       pIOnship and sIrth 10 the          smgles      by     Kyle
 tneta, a regIonal and a quar-       us lDlprove IS our defense It         SaWicki allowed only four       1 lead, but South regamed          last eight seasons          Humphrey, Abraham and
 terfinal game, and hopefully,       hasn't been anyone area            hits, but hiS teammates            the lead With three runs m                                     Jeff Stephens
 we'll be able to add to that m      It's been throws, fieldmg          made five errors behlOd            the bottom of the mmng                "We had that as our m8Jn   The Blue DeVIls are 11-2
 the weeks ahead," swd Blue          errors and mental errors.          lum                                Smgles by P J Janutol,             goal - wtnnmg the fourth In the MAC White and 21-10
 DeVIls        coach        Dan         "Our fielding has been             A three-run rally m the         Bedan        and    Anthony        stt8lght," Gnesbaum lIwd    overall
 Griesbaum after South won           erratic all year Up to tlus        Sixth mmng helped Mott             DeLsura produced one run
 Its fourth straight Macomb
 Area Conference          White
 DiVISion champlonslup last
                                     pomt It hadn't hurt us that
                                     much, but It wI If we don't
                                     get better"
                                                                        overcome a 4-2 South lead
                                                                           South's Nick Andrew led
                                                                        off the game with a horne
                                                                                                           Another scored on Ryan
                                                                                                           Abraham's double and the
                                                                                                           third     carne   home    on
                                                                                                                                              North pitcher gets a
 week WIth a 74 wm over
 L'Anse Creuse North
    "Thts has been a great
                                        South suffered ItS first
                                     two MAC Wlute defeats last
                                     week, and errors played a
                                                                        run Drew Bedan drove m a
                                                                        run with a sacrifice fly m the
                                                                        third, and Lucas Coffman
                                                                                                           Coffman's single.
                                                                                                             The Blue Dews added a
                                                                                                           run m the fifth and two in
                                                                                                                                              victory; hits homer
 accomplishment       for our        role m each of them.               hlt an RBI single for the          the slJ:th
                                                                                                                                              By Chuck Klonke                      Kaiser A walk to Miller
                                        Warren-Matt scored four         Blue Devils m the fourth             Andrew went 2-for-2 WIth            Sports Editor                     loaded the bases and a walk
 seniors "
    However, Griesbaum had           unearned     runs    as the           South bounced back With         a horne run Janutol also                It was the Zac Matthews         to LeWIS forced m the lead
 a few words of cautIon as the       Marauders beat the Blue            Its VIctory over LeN behind                                             show In Grosse Pomte               run
                                                                                                           had two hits
                                                                                                                                                North's 9-5 VIctOry over             A walk to Wagner, a Wild
                                                                                                                                                Warren-Mott tlus week             throw on a pickoff attempt
 Perfect game lifts Regina to division title                                                                                                       Matthews picked up the
                                                                                                                                                VIctory WIth 3 1/3 mnmgs of
                                                                                                                                                one-lut rehef pltchmg, and
                                                                                                                                                                                   and an RBI smgle by Km.ser
                                                                                                                                                                                  made It 64 m the fifth. Matt
                                                                                                                                                                                   scored a run m the sIXth
  By Bob St. John                     nght now, but I don't want the event by staking the                      The 4DD-throwers relay he proVIded some msurance                    mmng, but Matthews took
  Sports Wnter                        to toot our horn yet because Saddlebtes to a slim one- team of Carlm, Armtia With a three-run homer in                                      off the pressure With Ius
     Sophomore Nlkky NelDlu           we still have a lot of softball meter         lead,    and    Kikl Golson, Savage and Nancy the sIXth mnmg                                  homer m the bottom of the
 threw a perfect game last            yet to play," Laffey said         BarkoVlc was able to stretch Diehl placed fourth to earn a                 "He has pitched well his       frame
 week, leading Regma's soft-             The Saddlelltes finished the league to five meters at medal                                            last two times out," said            LeWIShad two hits, scored
 ball team to a chVlsloncham-         last week by edgIng Lake the half-way pomt.                                    o
                                                                                                               MAll f our guols have real- North             coach       Frank    three runs and drove m two
 piOnshIp With a 2-0 win over         Shore 2-1 as NelDlu earned            Lu: Stone turned the s1Jrn Iy worked hard t1us season Sumbera                                         Wagner went 3-for-3, mclud-
 second-place      FarrnlOgton        thewm.                            lead mto a comfortable 13- to help us achieve our suc-                     Matthews was the losmg         mg a palr of doubles, and
 Hills Mercy in the first game           "The girls were a httle meter               advantage,      and cess," Golden said             "We pitcher last week m a 4-3             walked, and Miller had two
 of a doubleheader.                   flat, but that was to be Ashley Couture put an need everone's contnbu- loss to Utica Ford II m the                                          walks and a double
    The SaddlelItes had to            expected after they were so exclamation mark on the tIons."                                               Macomb Area Conference               "Wagner continues      to
 gam at least a spilt of the          !ngh after sweepmg a big victory,                 helpmg        the                                       White DiVISion, but he            swmg a hot bat; Sumbera
 doubleheader to cl8lJn the           doubleheader        from nval Saddlelites WID the event by               Golf                             deserved a better fate as the     swd. "He's ove