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The Optimist Club of

St. Clair Shores hosted


the 2nd Annual First
Responders Recognition
and Appreci at i on
Breakfast last Thursday,
Oct. 10, at Lakeland
Banquet Centre.
The event honors
some of the citys top
first responders and
serves to show these
men and women how
much their efforts are
appreci at ed, sai d
Optimist Club President
Debbie DePape.
The club puts this
and one for the police
department as well on
in recognition of what
our police and fire do for
us all year long,
DePape said. Im so im-
pressed and so proud.
We are honored to be
able to do this.
The breakfast is also
an opportunity to single
out the efforts of indi-
vidual members of the
department.
This year fire depart-
ment driver/engineer
Chad Hyvonen was rec-
ognized for his efforts in
organizing arrange-
ments for fallen fire de-
partment member, Lt.
James Nichols.
Walter Jenuwine re-
cei ved Reti rement
Recognition, an emo- tional honor during
which Jenuwine was
surrounded at the podi-
um by those who
worked side-by-side
with him.
You never leave,
Jenuwine said. This is a
family and you never
leave it.
The 2013 Optimist
Club Award went to a
trio of firefighters,
Derek Haarala, Dan
Sebastian and Adam
Walleman who took part
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Ghoulish festivities
St. Clair Shores resident Jim Defer, above right, dressed up as The Ghoul, poses with the actual Ghoul, last
Saturday night during the Nautical Mile Yacht Clubs Halloween Party at Brownies on the Lake.
The St. Clair Shores
Memorial Day Parade
Committee is experienc-
ing several firsts this
year, beginning with the
selection of a woman to
head the group.
Ive been on the com-
mittee for four years and
worked very hard,
Chairman Cheryl Furdos
said. They nominated
me and I accepted.
On Saturday, Nov. 9,
the committee is switch-
ing from planning a pa-
rade to being in one.
Furdos said members
will be carrying a ban-
ner with the commit-
tees name during the
Veterans Day Parade in
Detroit. Sam the eagle, a
recently purchased in-
flatable that made his
debut at last years
Memorial Day parade is
going too, she said.
Also this year, instead
of deciding amongst
themselves, the citys
Memorial Day Parade
Committee is looking
for residents to help
them choose the 2014
grand marshal.
The decision to seek
nominees for the grand
marshal post was based
on the committees de-
sire to give those who
have served but have re-
mained silent about
their dedication a
chance to lead the pa-
rade.
We wanted to provide
the opportunity to open
up the selection process
to the community, she
said.
There are a lot of un-
sung heroes out there
that we dont know
about.
To be considered,
nominee must be an ac-
Several firsts
for this years
city parade
committee
By Debra Pascoe
Editor
See PARADE, page 2A
Retirement Recognition Award recipient Walter Jenuwine is all smiles surrounded by
his former colleagues.
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Bella, dressed as a bum-
blebee, took part in last
Sundays Howl-o-Ween
Party at Maloof-Statler
Dog Park. For more pho-
tos, see page 7A.
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
See BREAKAST, page 2A
By Debra Pascoe
Editor
To shore things up, at the suggestion of City Manager Phil Ludos, any sign
requests will now be handled by the community development and inspection
department.
Prior to councils change Monday, Oct. 7, residents and business owners re-
questing temporary, grand opening and sign arbitration appeals were han-
dled by the city clerks office. All other requests went to CDI.
Ludos made the suggestion so were not sending people to two or three
places before they can get the sign.
CDI to take over all sign issues
By Debra Pascoe
Im so impressed and so proud. We are
honored to be able to do this.
Optimist Club President Debbie DePape
See SIGNS, page 2A
We wanted to
provide the
opportunity to
open up the
selection process
to the community.
There are a lot of
unsung heroes out
there that we dont
know about."
Cheryl Furdos, Parade
Chairman
tive member or veteran
of the United States
Armed Forces, a resi-
dent of St. Clair Shores,
active in civic or mili-
tary organizations and
willing and available to
participate in the pa-
rade and related festivi-
ties Sunday, May 25.
Nominations are due
no later than Dec.1, and
must include the full
name of the nominee,
military affiliation, a
brief explanation of why
this person has earned
the honor of serving as
grand marshal and both
the nominees and nom-
inators contact infor-
mation.
Send entries via e-
mail to SSCSParade14@
gmail.com or mail to
City of St. Clair Shores,
27600 Jefferson Circle
Drive, Attention Parade
Committee, St. Clair
Shores, MI 48081-2093.
The winner will be no-
tified by March 1.
In the meantime,
Furdos said the commit-
tee is busy seeking pa-
rade participants and
lining them up as soon
as possible before they
make other commit-
ments.
Their first fundraiser,
a spaghetti dinner, is
planned for Thursday,
March 27, with details
to follow.
Furdos said it takes
about $20,000 to put on
the parade and while
the committee is city
sanctioned it does not
receive any funding
from the city.
The committee is also
seeking entries for its
parade logo contest
bearing this years
theme, Honor, free-
dom, family. Details
are available on the
committees website, sc-
smpp.com. The entry
deadline is Friday, Nov.
22.
in the American Lung
Associations Firefighter
Challenge - Fight for Air
Climb.
Walleman, Sebastian
and Haarala climbed
more than 1,000 steps,
carrying nearly 70
pounds of gear, at
Detroits Renaissance
Center to raise more
than $300 for the
Ame r i c an Lung
Association.
The club is honored
to recognize each of you
for going above and be-
yond your role as a fire-
fighter to help those in
need, DePape said.
St. Clair Shores Fire
Ch i e f Ge o r g e
Morehouse said he is
grateful for the event
and the effort made to
recognize members of
his department.
A lot of these guys
that are here today were
at the Gilberts fire this
morning, Morehouse
said referring to the
early morning blaze at
the popular local eatery.
It goes to show you
how much they appreci-
ate this. Theyre tired
and fatigued but want
to make sure theyre
here for this. Its some-
thing we really appreci-
ate.
Prior to her recent relocation to Salon
Muse in St. Clair Shores, Maria owned and
operated Michael Dennis Salon and Spa for
more than 19 years, and worked at the Bart
Edmond Salon for 15 years. In addition, she
has trained under some of the best stylists
worldwide, attending the Vidal Sassoon
Academy in London.
Marias expertise and dedication to
client satisfaction make Salon
Muse a new destination
for precision hair services,
including mens, womens,
and childrens haircuts, as
well as color, highlights,
lowlights, updos, feathers
and extensions.
Were a family-
oriented salon, and
we specialize in
everything, she said. We have it all.
At Salon Muse, Maria aims to please
-creating styles that are both fattering and
easy to care for.
I love creating new styles for my clients,
but I make sure that it is something they are
able to manage everyday, she explained.
Maria is also committed to maintaining the
health of her clients hair.
I have sometimes refused to (process)
a clients hair, she said. I have a degree in
Tricoanalysis (the study of the strand of hair)
and I can tell if your hair can be colored or
permed safely.
Salon Muse is also using the new Kenra
Smooth system, which is one of the best anti-
frizz smoothing systems around.
Working alongside Maria are professional
stylists Amy, Cynthia, Suzana, and Tayre. Te
entire talented team is devoted to providing
their clients with all of
their hair care needs and
more. Additional services
at the salon include waxing,
pedicures, manicures,
acrylics shellac and
facials. Salon Muse
is located at 25408
Harper, just north of
10 mile in St. Clair
Shores. Te salon is
open Monday - Saturday
including evening hours.
Salon Muse will adjust
hours for clients
convenience. Te
salon is closed on
Sunday. To make an
appointment, call
(586) 443-4440.
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BREAKFAST
Continued from page 1A
Derek Haarala, Dan
Sebastian and Adam
Wallemen, above, are
honored by Optimist
Club President Debbie
DePape. Chief George
Morehouse, at right, em-
braces retired SCSFD
member Walter
Jenuwine.
C o u n c i l w o m a n
Candice Rusie pointed
out CDI enforces the
citys sign ordinance any-
way and requested the
verbiage in the ordinance
be changed affirming
non-profit organizations
are not charged a fee for
temporary signs advertis-
ing their events.
Councilman John
Caron tweaked it more,
suggesting adding non-
and not for profit organi-
zations to the exemption
list.
Councilman Tony Tiseo
expressed concern about
CDI handling requests
as quickly and efficient-
ly as City Clerk Mary
Kotowski.
Ludos said the city gets
between 20 and 30 re-
quests annually and was
confident CDI could han-
dle that very small num-
ber.
And besides, more
work has been added to
Kotowskis department
over the years, he said.
Its the same process,
different desk, he said.
SIGNS
Continued from page 1A
PARADE
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2013 ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION 3A
Rehabilitating foreclosed properties purchased by the city isnt sup-
posed to be a money-making venture its a way to improve neigh-
borhoods and keep slum lords at bay, city officials say.
In 2012, the city purchased 14 houses through the Macomb County
tax foreclosure program and demolished four.
Work is finally complete at 21601 Bayside purchased for $19,980
and currently listed for $149,900. The $80,000 rehab budget includes
a new kitchen, HVAC system, roof, electrical rewiring and complete
renovation of the kitchen and main floor bathroom.
A $152,000 offer for the house, appraised for $128,000, was accept-
ed by city council Monday. The offer, submitted by a current St. Clair
Shores resident, is contingent on the sale of his current house which
is expected to close Nov. 20. Three offers were submitted.
A new garage was added to the 54-by-201 lot along with a new
driveway and patio slab. Other upgrades include refinished hard-
wood floors, basement repairs and corrections to the handiwork
done by the previous owner.
Councilman Chris Vitale, who sits on the mayor-appointed sub-
committee to oversee rehab projects along with Councilman Tony
Tiseo, City Manager Phil Ludos and Community Development and
Inspection Director Chris Rayes, opened up the house to the St. Clair
Shores Connection to view the results.
I would buy this house, Vitale said, proudly standing on the new
front porch.
Neighbor Dan Bigelow is just as pleased.
Its come from tear it down to what it is today, the four-year resi-
dent said, adding he had been inside the house prior to the city pur-
chasing it.
Of neighborhood inconvenience during construction, Bigelow said
he cant complain in the least.
He was contemplating attending an open house scheduled last
Sunday to take a look inside.
Vitale said an open house is now a requirement for all city-owned
properties undergoing rehabilitation.
Next on the docket is a house on Deizel just about ready for the
market. For photos and story, stay tuned to the St. Clair Shores
Connection.
By Debra Pascoe
Editor
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
The house, top left,
halfway through ren-
ovation.
The house, top right,
after exterior up-
dates and landscap-
ing.
A garage and drive-
way leading to it,
above, was added to
make the property
consistent with the
neighborhood.
The hallway, above
left, in its original
state.
The hardwoood
floors throughout the
house, at left, were
refurbished and dry-
wall repaired or re-
placed.
The bedrooms, far
left, were spruced up
and windows re-
placed throughout.
Bottom left: A view
of the living room
and front entryway
featuring a round
window to brighten
the space.
The kitchen, below,
was ripped to the
studs and a wall con-
necting it to the fami-
ly room was re-
moved, creating a
more open concept.
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4A ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2013
Students from Lake
Shore High School joined
exchange students from
China and Germany for
the districts fourth annu-
al International Summit
at t he Tayl or
International School.
The event brought to-
gether students for a day
of learning, conversation
and fun, Assistant
Superintendent Donald
Kling said.
Its really a way for
these students to get to-
gether and talk, he said.
Talk about the differenc-
es in cultures and the
similarities.
A question-and-answer
session, along with other
organized activities,
helped encourage dia-
logue, while tours of the
dormitory and lunch fea-
turing dishes from all
three countries were also
part of the days activi-
ties.
This is something that
the students really enjoy,
Kling said. They have so
many differences cultur-
ally, sure, but ultimately
theyre still kids. Theres
a lot of common ground
there and that comes out
quickly. Before too long
theyre having these
great conversations with
one another and really
having a good time.
In years past, the sum-
mit concluded after just
a half day, but this years
event stretched nearly
the entire school day.
Its something the stu-
dents wanted to hap-
pen, Kling said. We got
their feedback from last
year and that was one
thing that we heard a lot,
that it didnt last long
enough. So, this year we
extended the time to just
about an entire school
day.
Like last year, this
years summit brought
together students from
the districts three cul-
tures Germany, China
and the United States.
Kling says the district is
currently working on
adding Spain to the ros-
ter of exchange students
coming to Lake Shore,
and in the near future
they may also be part of
the International Summit
event.
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Summit students take a tour of the dormitory at the Taylor International School.
Teens interested in tak-
ing up to 20 trips to the
slopes this season can join
the St. Clair Shores Ski
and Snow Boarding Club.
The club, open to all stu-
dents in grades six-12,
heads to Mt. Holly every
Friday, weather and condi-
tions permitting, at 4 p.m.
and returns at midnight.
Membership includes
transportation on a charter
bus, which leaves St. Clair
Shores Civic Arena, the
first ski or snow board les-
son, supervision and other
perks for $180 a season,
according to longtime
chaperone Mike Fremont.
The club averages 10
trips per season and offers
discounted lift tickets and
rental equipment.
Fremont said several
amenities set this club
apart from the typical
school club. First, he said,
schools typically offer four
to five trips and return by
10 p.m. The St. Clair
Shores club takes up to 20
trips and doesnt leave the
slopes until 11 p.m.
Its nice when the other
school clubs leave. Weve
got the hill to ourselves,
Fremont said.
Another bonus is the
charter buses have a rest-
room facility and some
have DVD players, allow-
ing club members to watch
a movie during the esti-
mated one-hour ride.
Parents also get a re-
duced rate if they tag along
in their own vehicles,
Fremont said.
Those that already know
how to ski are required to
demonstrate their skills to
Mt. Holly personnel and
are told which hills they
can use.
We dont do any of the
teaching, Fremont said,
adding the club is open to
beginners and experi-
enced skiers and snow
boarders.
The first trip can be as
early as the second Friday
in December.
If theres snow and
Mount Hollys open, were
going, Fremont said.
Another advantage to
the club is theres no mini-
mum participation re-
quired. The bus is paid for
and goes regardless of the
number of people that sign
up for a particular trip.
Fremont also suggests
club memberships be giv-
en for holiday gifts.
It can be a tough sell to
the parents that havent
skied, but those that have
they see its a good deal,
he said.
Were trying to get
them out for exercise other
than just exercising their
thumbs, he quipped.
Being a member of the
club is also a right of pas-
sage for teens, he said.
We dont hear from
them unless someone gets
in trouble, he said. They
are pretty much on their
own, but they must stay
within the facility.
Members are allowed to
pack a lunch or snacks,
but cannot eat on the bus.
For those that prefer to
purchase food or drinks,
Fremont said there are
plenty of opportunities at
Mount Holly. A meal, he
said, can be purchased for
about $10.
If the club gets enough
participants, Fremont
would like to hold a ski
swap among members
who can either sell or do-
nate their used outgrown
equipment. He also said
Mount Holly holds its own,
typically in November.
For more information
about the club, call Gary
Sopfe, ski club coordina-
tor, at (586) 445-5350.
By Debra Pascoe
Editor
The newest eatery in
town, Buffalo Wild Wings,
on Harper just north of 9
Mile opened its doors last
Saturday to a packed
house.
Before the official open-
ing to the public, however,
the popular bar and grill
played host to charity fun-
draisers for Lake Shores
Quarterback Club last
Thursday, and South Lake
Athletics the following
evening.
According to Buffalo
Wild Wings General
Manager Matt Wagner the
fundraisers are a win-win
for the restaurant and the
community.
Its a night for us to
give something back to
the community and to
those people who have
helped us out to this
point, Wagner said.
Last Thursday night
benefited the Lake Shore
Quarterback Club, a non-
profit organization aimed
at helping improve safety
and the experience for
See BWW, page 2B
BWW helps raise money for school athletics
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
PHOTO COMPLIMENTS OF ST. CLAIR SHORES SKI AND SNOWBOARD CLUB
Members of the ski and snowboard club are trying to learn the identities of previ-
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During the Powder Puff Bowl, at right,
the boys dressed up as cheerleaders
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Lakeviews Bran Moy, below, tries to
avoid a Shorian tackle in last weeks
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to members of the band during Friday
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2013 ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION 7A
Cody, dressed as sweet corn, poses for the
camera.
Dozens of pooches, most dressed up for the holiday,
including Louie, gathered for the party.
PHOTOS BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Howl-o-Ween Party costume contest contestants line up.
Mickey came to the Howl-o-Ween
Party at Maloof-Statler Dog Park last
Sunday dressed as a referee.
Dusty was one of dozens of dogs enjoying the Howl-o-
Ween Party at the dog park.
Phones swiped
Police are looking for
the person or persons re-
sponsible for throwing a
cinder block through the
glass front door of the
T-Mobile store on 9 Mile
and stealing 3 iPhones
Saturday, Oct. 20, at about
4:10 a.m.
Upon investigating the
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side and outside the door.
Once inside, muddy foot-
prints were spotted near
the Apple iPhone display
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A chunk of cinder
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of the display case.
The store manager was
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the cash registers and
some cabinets had been
rummaged but nothing
was missing other than
the three phones.
Surveillance cameras
were on the property and
copies of which are being
sent to the police depart-
ment for review.
Nature calls
A 29-year-old Roseville
woman imprisoned at the
St. Clair Shores Police
Department made a run
for it after completing a
visit to the restroom.
The woman, held on a
warrant from 40th
District Court on a third
degree home invasion
charge, requested a more
private area to address
personal needs and broke
away from a police officer
escorting her back to her
cell. The woman headed
out the west entry door of
the police department
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The officer gave chase,
assisted by a sergeant and
another officer working at
the front desk.
The woman headed
southbound into an area
off the parking lot sur-
rounded by a privacy
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climb it, one officer
grabbed her around the
waist and another
grabbed her leg and wres-
tled her to the ground.
The woman tucked her
arms underneath her to
avoid being handcuffed.
One officer hit her in
the back of her arm with
a closed fist once or
twice and the woman re-
lented. She was hand-
cuffed and returned to
her cell.
Tire thieves
A 23- year- ol d
Southfield man was
pushed out of the get-
away car after he and
three other black males
attempted to steal the
tires off a Cadillac CTS in
the Don Gooley lot on 9
Mile.
A security guard con-
tacted police a 8:13 p.m.
Saturday Oct. 20, report-
ing four men were at-
tempting to steal the
tires. The men, wearing
ski masks and gloves,
tried to escape under a
chain link fence later dis-
covered to have been de-
tached from a post, al-
lowing the suspects to ex-
it to a silver Chrysler mini
van.
As the vehicle headed
northbound through the
parking lot, the
Southfield man was
ejected from the mini
van, which continued
west on Nine Mile.
The Southfield man
ran across 9 Mile toward
the Bow Wow Dog
Resort. An officer giving
chase on foot found a
black ski mask in the
Dumpster behind the
business.
Shortly thereafter, an
employee at the Mobil gas
station at the corner of 9
Mile and I-94 called police
to report a man meeting
the suspects description
and sweating profusely,
saying he was jacked,
asking for directions to
Detroit.
The man was later
found and arrested while
walking along the I-94
shoulder near Shady
Lane.
Officers on the scene at
the car dealership found
lug nuts and cement
blocks on which the vehi-
cle was raised. A car jack
was also found.
A surveillance tape of
the dealership is being
handed over to police.
Police are seeking in-
formation on the three
other suspects.
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FEATURES
5-7B CLASSIFIEDS
SECTION B ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2013
1B
Bill Oliver of Atlanta
would like help with an
identification issue.
He and his family, de-
scendents of former
Grosse Pointer Felicitas
Voss, have 70 fading pho-
tos of nameless faces, ex-
cept for Voss.
I have a photograph al-
bum with photos from
about 1910 taken probably
at the Academy of the
Sacred Heart, which in-
clude my mother, Felicitas
Voss, and many of her
friends, his e-mail began.
Moms best friend was
Gertrude Healy, daughter
of D.J. Healy of the DJ
Healy Shops, and she
must be in one of those
photos. She comes up in
the social register when
Googled. Would love to
find out which one she is.
The album was discov-
ered in the spring by
Olivers oldest sister,
Evelyn. The photos, now a
faded sepia, were glued in
place and taken between
1900 and 1910, he said.
They (the photos) were
fascinating. Although
mom could be recognized
in many, to find out who
else was in them and when
and where they were tak-
en, required lifting them
carefully from the pages
with the hope that some
clues could be found on
the back." Although none
were found, it could be
seen that of the 70, 26 cen-
tered around his mother
and her friends.
Voss is not alone in seek-
ing information. For years,
families have taken photos
and dropped them into
boxes, secured some in al-
bums and others were
framed sans dates, names
and places.
The photos fade and
those who have informa-
tion about the photos for-
get or die.
To preserve those mem-
ories for another genera-
tion, Grosse Pointe pho-
tographer John A. Martin
provides advice. He said
when cataloguing photos,
never write on the back or
on the CD or DVD con-
taining photos. The ink
can break down, leak onto
the photo and or fade.
Using an indelible pen on
a CD can destroy the data,
Martin said. Also, dont
use a sticky note because
the glue can destroy the in-
formation either on a pho-
to or CD. Instead, he ad-
vised, write on the CDs
case and store the infor-
mation a second time on a
hard drive.
For photos, the best
thing to do is write the
name on a paper with a
pen. Frame the photo with
the paper behind it, he
said.
Martin went on to say,
people should emulate an
archivist and think about
where pictures are stored.
All boxed photographs
should be stored in a dark,
cool and dry place.
If its real humid and
photos are stacked up, the
humidity will affect the
emulsion and will destroy
the photos, he said.
Rather than storing pho-
tos in the attic, place them
in a room with a tempera-
ture of 65 to 70 degrees
By Ann Foughty
Special Writer
Former Grosse
Pointe resident
Bill Oliver
needs help
identifying
people in pho-
tos that include
his mother,
Felicitas Voss.
The photos are
from about
1910, he said,
and probably
taken at the
Academy of the
Sacred Heart.
At top, Voss is
on the lower
left.
These are
women, at left,
who attended
high school in
1909 at the
Academy of
the Sacred
Heart, Grosse
Pointe on
Lakeshore.
See PHOTOS, page 2B
with 50 percent humidity.
Martin urges using a de-
humidifier for preserva-
tion purposes.
There are things a pro-
fessional is able to do to re-
store the not-too-faded im-
ages, but, once the photos
images have faded beyond
recognition, there is no
way to bring them back,
he said.
The photographic pro-
cess, from the camera to
paper, has improved tre-
mendously since the late
18th century when pho-
tography began, though
the general principle re-
mains the same, he contin-
ued. Treating the photos,
whether on paper or digi-
tal, should be done with
thought.
Keeping photos out of
direct sunlight and using
high quality glass in front
of framed photos is a way
to preserve memories.
Protecting it does cost
more with the UV protec-
tion built in (the glass), he
said.
The best way to pre-
serve images is to create a
CD, store it on a hard drive
and have a backup, just as
a precaution because, he
said, everything has the
potential to loose data.
So it is with Oliver. He
has the images but little
written data for his mother
who was born in 1891 in
Cincinnati. In 1905, her fa-
ther moved the family to
Detroit to build a small
factory and 20 houses for
his employees in Delray at
the intersection of Voss
Street and West Jefferson.
Growing up, the Vosss
playmates were the Stroh
and Ford children.
To contact Oliver, call
(404) 784-3431.
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football players at Lake
Shore.
Im having a great
time, said Lake Shore
Quarterback Club sup-
porter Dan Gleason. Im
getting a great meal, hav-
ing a great time and its for
a great cause. Whats not
to like about that?
The $20 donation in-
cluded tickets to the event
for a pair of patrons, an ap-
petizer and an entree.
The event is a two-fold
success for Buffalo Wild
Wings, Wagner said.
It not only lets us help
out, he said. It also is a
dress rehearsal for us and
the staff. We get to go
through the whole night
and see what happens,
work out the kinks before
we officially open the
doors.
L a k e S h o r e
Quarterback Club
President Craig Manning
said about $2,500 was
raised for the organization
as a result of the event.
South Lake Athletics
raised in excess of
$2,500.
Lakeview Public
Schools officials said they
contacted the eatery about
a similar event but got no
response from Buffalo
Wild Wings.
BWW
Continued from page 4A
Continued from page 1B
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Michael Holowchak, Alec Maluchnik, Brent Johnston and Grant Khalil, all mem-
bers of the Lake Shore football team, pose in front of the Shorains mural at Buffalo
Wild Wings.
Cultural Committee
seeks artist
The St. Clair Shores Cultural Committee is seeking artists for its annual
Holiday Art Mart. The committee is searching for artists in a variety of me-
diums including oils, watercolors, photography and pottery among other
artistic mediums. The event is juried and runs on weekends from Saturday,
Nov. 30 through Sunday, Dec. 22. Artists must reside in St. Clair Shores or
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Or urt tlna IOr wall
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WOOds. Craut O-
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-3,000 nllas/ waak
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nadl cul & nOra.
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u h d r a l l u D l a .
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un 5 yaurs axarl-
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yaurs axarl ahca
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ACENTS Naadad.
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dully, llIa- tlna ra-
hawuls, cOnlata
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wOrk dlractly wlth
Oha OI tha cOn-
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u Iust ucad wOrk
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crOsOIt WOrd/ Excal
a x a r l a hc a r a -
qulrad. Multl- tusk-
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suna wl th sul ury
raqul ranahts tO.
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22725 Crautar Muck
Avahua, A 100, St.
Cl ul r ShOr as Ml
48080. Or Iux tO
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October 24, 25, 26, 27, 2013
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ahcas, truhsOrtu-
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AMERl CAN hurd-
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daahduDl a, ral l -
uDla. 15 yaurs ax-
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axarlahcad, axcal-
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305 HOUSE CLEANING
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vlca. BOhdad uhd
lhsurad, 18 yaurs
axar l ahca. Cul l
Kln (58)48-8408
UKRAlNlAN ludy, 13
yaurs axarlahca.
Wl l l cl auh yOur
hOusa, dO luuhdry,
atc. Craut raIar-
ahcas uvul l uDl a.
( 58) 30- 238
307 NURSES AIDES
HACKETT & FABRY
HOMECARE- Lat us
hal yOu cura IOr
yOur lOvad Oha. Ll-
cahsad, DOhdad uhd
l hsurad. Owhar,
JOhh Huckatt, ls u
l l I al Oh Cr Os s a
POl ht a r asl daht .
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LlvE-lh Cura Clvars
Dully Rutas/HOurly
Cura/ COOk/ Clauh
Llcahsad-BOhdad
Cura ut HOna
Est.184
58-772-0035
310 ASSISTED LIVING
l'n uh axarlahcad
cura lvar IOr tha
al dar l y, saakl h
wOrk. RaIarahcas.
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P R Ovl Dl NC u s -
slstad cura IOr sahl-
Ors lh thalr hOnas.
Craut raIarahcas,
uI I OrduDl a rutas.
Cull (58)8-038
400
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COLLECTIBLES
MANCLE, l rOhrl ta
AutOnutl c l rOhar.
151 vlhtua, OOd
cOhdltlOh, Orllhul
chulr uhd nuhuul.
$500 Or Dast OIIar.
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401 APPLIANCES
DURACRAFT dahu-
nldlIlar lhcludlh Ill-
tars. COOd cOhdl-
t l O h . $ 3 0 Cu l l
R l c h u r d
(58)873-4241
406 ESTATE SALES
144 NOttlhhun lh
tha Purk. Frl duy,
S u t u r d u y u h d
Suhduy. un- 4n.
Evarythl h Oas!
Furhltura, uhtlquas,
tOOls, clOthlh, ra-
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NO straat hunDars.
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CROS S E POl ht a
Furns, 452 Culvlh,
(SOuth OI KarDy/ E.
OI Muck) . Frl duy,
un- 5n, Sut -
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Al l uhcas, I ur -
hl tura, uhtl quas,
lusswura, lOts OI
jawalry! COhductad
Dy. Al l Tl nal ass
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MACOMB. 47747
M a u d O w D r O O k
D r l v a , F r l d u y -
Suhduy, un- 5n.
(NOrth OII 21 Mlla
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ROnaO Pluhk ROud).
COl l actl Dl as, I ur-
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hOtOs ut uctlOh-
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( 5 8 ) 2 2 8 - 0 0
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MOvlNC SALE! Sut-
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Eytluh Puyrus,
tOOls, hOusawuras,
dacOr uhd nOra.
23323 Cl ul rwOOd,
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408 FURNITURE
TWO Dlua IuDrlc Oc-
cuslOhul chulrs. TwO
nur Dl a cOckt ul l
tuDl as. Excal l aht!
$30 auch.
(313)884-2147
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11 Wast Clulr-
vlaw COurt, CrOssa
POlhta WOOds. Sut-
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TOOls, hOusahOld.
255 Rl danOht ,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
Fur ns. Sut ur duy
Ohl y. un- 1n.
33 BrlurwOOd Pluca,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
Furns. Suturduy,
OctODar 2, un-
3n. BadrOOn Iur-
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chah t uDl a uhd
chulrs, nutchlh ls-
luhd stOOls, dask,
I r unad ur t wOr k,
ausy chul r . Pr a-
sul as cul l
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8 1 L O c h nO O r
BOul avurd. Mul tl -
Iunlly sula! Frlduy &
Suturduy, OctODar
25 & 2, un- 3n.
Chlldrah's clOthas
Dlrth- 8 yaur, tOys,
hursary ltans, Iur-
hltura, talavlslOhs,
cOnutars, staraO
aqulnaht uhd Oth-
a r h O u s a h O l d
O O d s .
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GARAGE / YARD /
RUMMAGE SALE
5 SOut h Eda-
wOOd, hOrth OI var-
hlar, OII LukashOra.
Frlduy un- 3n,
Sut ur duy , un-
1n. Matul urdah
ur c has , ur dah
l tans/ tOOl s, Iur-
hltura, hOusahOld,
tuDlawura, Dlshay,
FrOhtuta hOllduy,
C u t a r l h / u r t y
OOds, sOrts aur,
ur l ht I r aaar ,
DOOks, CD's, tuas,
SOl OIl ax, j awal ry/
haw jawalry urn-
Ol r a, uhd nuch
nOr a! Cush.
FARMS, 41 Hahdrla
Luha. Frlduy Ohly,
un- 1n. Muhy
chl l drah' s l tans,
c r l D , s t r O l l a r s ,
cl Othas. NO aurl y
Dl rds.
COODl ES. LOts OI
hOna urtlclas. MOv-
lh sula. Suturduy,
OctODar 2, un-
2n. 20075 Mur-
IOrd COurt, CrOssa
POlhta WOOds.
MULTl- Iunlly yurd
sula tO DahaIlt COl-
OrudO IlOOd vlctlns.
Furhl tura, DOOks,
Dlkas, skutas, wO-
n a h ' s u h d
chlldrah's clOthlh.
13 BadIOrd, CrOssa
POl hta Purk. Sut-
urduy un- 3n.
409
GARAGE / YARD /
RUMMAGE SALE
OCTOBER 2 uhd
OctODar 27, un-
5n. YOur lh luck lI
yOu waur u lura Or
axtru lura. Hua
urua sula OI wO-
nah's clOthlh. St.
JOhh's khlts, avah-
lh Owhs, cusuul
clOthas, cOuts, da-
sl har sul ts uhd
nOra. MOst clOthas
ura ahtly wOrh Or
avah haw. Daslh-
ar huhdDus uhd
shOas, I urhl tura.
214 LOthrO ROud.
B I G
RUMMAGE
SALE!
G.P.
CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
240 CHALFONTE
AT LOTHROP
FRI., OCT. 25, 9-4
SAT., OCT. 26, 9-1
TREASURES
GALORE!
412
MISCELLANEOUS
ARTICLES
BEANl E BuDl as ,
l ur a cOl l act l Oh,
nlht cOhdltlOh, $5
auch lhcludlh tha
Daurs. Cush Ohl y.
Sut urduy, 10un-
3 n , 1 7 2 2
B O u r h a n O u t h .
413 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
STEl NWAY Pl uhO,
138, nOdal S.
COOd cOhdl t l Oh,
uskl h $20, 000.
( 512) 5- 0474
500 ANIMALS ADOPT A PET
CROSSE POlhta Ah-
lnul AdOtlOh SOcl-
aty, Pat AdOtlOh.
Suturduy, OctODar
2, 12- 3n, Cun-
BOwWOw Trulhlh
Cahtar, haxt tO Pat
Sullas Plus ut
Mlla uhd Muck, St.
C l u l r S h O r a s ,
( 313) 884-1551 Or
www. CPAAS. Or
CROSSE POlhta Ah-
lnul Cllhlc hus Ia-
nul a Pl tDl l l nl x,
BOxar nlx, uhd BOr-
dar COllla nlx uhd u
nula Multasa nlx.
(313)822-5707
510 ANIMAL SERVICES
HEATHER Cluta DO
Wulklh & Pat Slt-
tl h. $12 ar 20
n l h u t a w u l k .
( 3 1 3 ) 7 3 - 7 0 0
600 CARS
EXCELLENT COhdl-
tlOh 2002 FOrd FO-
cus SE. 4 dOOr uutO-
nutlc, POwar wlh-
dOws, lOcks, Drukas,
un/ In/ cd, clOth
saut s l l ka haw,
Ml l aua 5, 000,
nust sal l , wal l
tukah cura OI Dy
sahlOr cltlah Owh-
ar. Craut Il rst Or
sacOhd cur. $4,500
O r D a s t O I I a r .
(248)87-3417 uItar
PM
600 CARS
2002 TOyOtu Cunry
XLE Saduh, 74,000
nllas. EXCELLENT
cOhdl t l Oh! MUST
SEE! EhjOy DOth lux-
ury uhd acOhOny
wlth hO sucrlIlcas.
SnOOth 2.4 lltar, 4-
cyl l hdar, 4- dOOr
saduh, uutOnutl c
truhsnlsslOh. Sllvar
axtarlOr wlth ray
l aut har l ht ar l Or .
FrOht whaal drlva,
hautad IrOht sauts,
uutO cllnuta cOh-
trOl, Owar nOOh
rOOI, lh- dush CD,
JBL sOuhd systan,
ranOta sturt, haw
tlras, ullOy whaals,
l aut har wruad
staarlh whaal wlth
c r ul s a c Oht r Ol ,
Owar sauts, Owar
wlhdOws, lOcks uhd
nlrrOrs. SuIaty ls
cOvarad wlth ABS
Drukas, IrOht uhd
sl da ul rDus. 23
MPC/ clty, 32 MPC/
hlhwuy, astlnuta
nux dlstuhca ar
tuhk OI us. 52
nllas. Thls cur hus
Daah lh Our Iunlly
slhca haw. Excal-
l ahtl y nul htul had
l hsl da uhd Out .
MOva I ust , t hl s
Dauutl Iul cur wl l l
hOt lust ut $5,00.
Cull Or taxt (248)
-7883
602 FORD
200 FOrd FOcus
SE. 4 dOOr, 4 cyllh-
dar , uut Onut l c,
l Oudad, hl hwuy
nllas. Oha Owhar,
$7500.
(58)741-885
603 GENERAL MOTORS
12 Cudllluc Dav-
llla- OOd cOhdltlOh.
100,000 nllas lus.
$00.
(313)215-1042
1 POhtluc Cruhd
An SE. v, uutO-
nutlc, lOudad, hO
rust! 130,000 nllas,
$2800.
(58)222-3011
2002 Cruhd An CT.
Excallaht cOhdltlOh,
l Oudad, rad wl th
ruy lhtarlOr, nOOh-
r OOI , haw t l r as,
1 5 2 , 0 0 0 nl l a s .
$3, 200. ( 313) 717
8850
CORvETTE COua,
14, Excallaht! 4
saad nuhuul, rad,
lauthar, Iual lhjac-
t l Oh, 375 hOr sa
Owar, OsltructlOh,
khOckOII whaal s,
$35, 000.
(313)882-07
606 SPORT UTILITY
2002 Chavy Truck-
ar, 4 dOOr, hurd tO,
4 X 4, hlca cOhdl-
tlOh, ruhs raut, 30
n, $2,50.
(810)488-745
612 VANS
2002 HOhdu Odys-
say EX. Savah us-
sahar, hlca cOhdl-
tlOh, dacaht nllas,
25 n, $3, 450.
( 810) 488- 745
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RENTAL REAL ESTATE
700
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
POINTES/HARPER WOODS
ATTRACTlvE 1 Dad-
r O O n , C r O s s a
POlhta. Alluhcas,
$725. lhcludas haut/
ulr. (313)83-317
FARMS- SuclOus 3
DadrOOn, uar.
HurdwOOd, haw klt-
chah/ Duth. CrOssa
POlhta SchOOls. Cur-
ua, ulluhcas. NO
s nOk l h / a t s .
$ 1 , 2 5 0 .
(313)51-843
CROS S E POl ht a
Fur ns. 2. 5 Dad-
r OOn uar I l ut
wlth urua suca,
ucrOss IrOn COt-
tua HOsltul. LOOk-
lh IOr slhla rO-
I assl Ohul ( s) , hO
snOklh, hO ats.
Bast raht urau l h
tha POlhtas! Cull IOr
suar Iull saclul tO
12/ 31/ 13. Wllllun
(313)82-170
CROS S E POl ht a
Purk. 2 DadrOOn
uar, rlvuta Dusa-
naht. lhcludas wu-
tar uhd ulluhcas,
OII straat urklh.
$25 lus sacurlty.
(313)885-445
700
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
POINTES/HARPER WOODS
LOWER 3 DadrOOn
Oh BaucOhsIlald lh
CrOssa POlhta Purk.
Bruhd haw curat,
t l l a uhd kl t chah
Il OOr. Al l uhcas
uhd Dusanaht stOr-
ua. RausOhuDl y
rlcad ut $750. COh-
tuct Jln ut
(734)778-147
PARK- 1 DadrOOn
uar, lura uhlt,
hurdwOOd IlOOrs, OII
- straat urkl h,
$575/ nOhth, sa-
curl ty.
(58)212-10
SOMERSET, 3 Dad-
rOOn uar, ra-
c aht l y ul ht ad,
hurdwOOd Il OOrs,
huturul Il ral uca.
Alluhcas, Dusa-
naht, urua. NO
ats. $750, lus sa-
curlty.
(313)320-335
UNlQUE, lura, lOIt-
l l ka, 1 Dadr OOn
uur t naht , Ovar
1,000 squura Iaat.
Lura kltchah! Cus-
t O n h u r d wO O d
IlOOrs, 12 IOOt call-
lhs. $550/ nOhth.
Uhlt cOuld Da usad
cOnnarclully. BOD
(313)331-334
700
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
POINTES/HARPER WOODS
UPSCALE r aht ul .
Oha hOusa Duck
IrOn tha luka. Wlhd-
nl l l POl hta urau.
2,500 squura Iaat. 3
DadrOOns, 2 Ilra-
lucas, lura llvlh
rOOn, suh rOOn, 2
nustar DadrOOns,
Oha Oh tha I l rst
I l O O r , h a u t a d
carunlc uhd hurd-
wOOd I l OOrs. Al -
l ar y I r aa. var y
u h l q u a h O na !
$2500/ nOhth. BOD
(313)331-334
701
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
DETROIT/WAYNE COUNTY
1 7 7 1 0 Ch a s t a r
ROud, Dat rOl t , 2
Dadr OOn dul ax
uhl t IOr raht uhd
r a u t l Oc u t l Oh.
C l O s a t O h a w
Ac u d a ny Hl h
SchOOl . Naur St.
JOhh HOsltul. $50/
nOhth- haOtluDla.
(313)530-8720
22120 MOrOss, Da-
trOlt, slda Dy slda
dulax, 2 DadrOOn,
1 Duth, hurdwOOd
Il OOrs, hawl y ra-
nOdalad, ulr cOhdl-
t l O h l h . $ 8 0 0 .
( 3 1 3 ) 3 4 3 - 0 2 2
NOTTlNCHAM DU-
PLEX- MORANC
AREA, 2 DadrOOn,
llvlh rOOn, dlhlh
rOOn, urua. $550
ar nOht h. Cul l
( 248) 588- 7844
701
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
DETROIT/WAYNE COUNTY
702
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
S.C.S./MACOMB COUNTY
$ 1 . 0 0 MO t a l
ROOns, Slhla Oc-
cuuhcy, Waakl y
Rahtul. MlcrOwuva,
WlFl, RaIrlarutOr,
Sutalllta. ClOsa tO
X Wu y s 4 /
ShOraOlhta MOtOr
LOda, 20000 E. ,
St . Cl ul r ShOr as
( 58) 773- 3700
1 DadrOOn ut. Oh
Luka St. Clulr. Utlllt-
las lhcludad $700.
Oha yaur l ausa.
( 58) 23- 822
702
APTS/FLATS/DUPLEX
S.C.S./MACOMB COUNTY
ONE uhd twO Dad-
rOOn uurtnahts-
St. Cl ul r ShOras,
EustOlhta, Hurar
WOOds. Wall nulh-
tulhad, ulr cOhdl-
tlOhlh, cOlh luuh-
dry uhd stOrua.
$55- $5. Tha
Bl uka COnuhy,
313-881-882. NO
ats/ hO snOklh.
705
HOUSES FOR RENT
POINTES/HARPER WOODS
$1,150. 2 DadrOOn,
Dusanaht, ul l -
uhcas, clauh, qulat,
dOuDla urua, haur
schOOls.
(313)220-5450
1050 Whl ttl ar, 4
DadrOOn, 2 Duths, 2
hulI Duths, Ilhlshad
Dusanaht , l ur a
Iunlly rOOn, caht-
rul ulr, urOxln-
utal y 200 sq. It.
$2850. (313)580
7188
1440 LukaOl hta,
CrOssa POlhta Purk.
3 DadrOOn, 2 Duth-
rOOns, DuhulOw,
I u l l D u s a na h t .
$1,000 ar nOhth.
(313)31-5430
705
HOUSES FOR RENT
POINTES/HARPER WOODS
CROS S E POl ht a
WOOds, 4 DadrOOn
cOlOhlul, 2.5 Duths,
2700 squura Iaat.
$2200. (313)88
0478
WOODS ruhch, u-
dutad kltchah, ull
ul l uhcas, Irash
dacOr, lnnadluta
Occuuhcy. $1,300
(313)402-7125
707
HOUSES FOR RENT
S.C.S./MACOMB COUNTY
ST. Clulr ShOras, 3
DadrOOn, uttuchad
2 cur urua, ull u-
lluhcas, hO ats.
$1,100.
(58)0-1703
709
TOWNHOUSES /
CONDOS FOR RENT
CONDO, St. Cl ul r
ShOr as. $1, 250/
nOht h. Oh Ol I
cOursa ucrOss IrOn
luka. 2 DadrOOns, 2
Iull Duths, luuhdry
rOOn, uttuchad ur-
ua. Prlvuta utad
utlO. NOh-snOkars.
l nnadl uta Occu-
uhcy.
(313)343-0213
711
GARAGES / MINI
STORAGE FOR RENT
CARACE IOr raht
$70 ar nOht h.
( 313) 88- 4574
716
OFFICE / COMMERCIAL
FOR RENT
OFFl CE Dul l dl h,
C r O s s a P O l h t a
WOOds. FOr sula Or
lausa. 5,700 sq. It.,
urkl h. l daul IOr
usar Or l hvastOr.
313-28-2000
RENT StOra lh ShO-
lh Cahtar, Eust 10
Mlla ROud. 40'x150'
suca.
(58)45-102
721 VACATION RENTAL-FLA
BOCA RutOh FlOrldu,
2 DadrOOn cOhdO
O h t h a O c a u h ,
$ 1 , 5 0 0 / wa a k .
( 3 1 3 ) 3 7 8 - 8 4 8 5
726 WATERFRONT
COZY, vary uhlqua,
Oh wutar, Klahk ls-
l uhd, 1 DadrOOn
DOuthOusa. OtlOh-
ul DOut wall. $575
(313)331-334
(313)882-6900 ext. 1 (313)882-6900 ext. 1
918 CEMENT WORK 934 FENCES
Tom's Fence Co.
All Types of Fencing & Gates!
Quality Materials
& Workmanship
Serving the Eastside
for Over 35 Years
(586)774-2045
22901 Stadium Dr. SCS
www.tomsfenceco.com
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903 APPLIANCE REPAIRS
MR. FlX-lT APPLl-
ANCE REPAlR. Suna
-duy sarvlca. RaIrl-
arutOrs, stOvas,
wushars uhd dryars.
Cull us
(58)32-753
907
BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING
THOMAS
KLEINER
Construction Co.
BASEMENT
WATERPROOFING
CONCRETE
MASONRY
Walls Straightened
&Braced or Replaced
Drainage Systems
Trusted name 30
years in the Pointes
Licensed & Insured
(313)886-3150
G. P. Resident
Member BBB
All Credit Card
Accepted
911 BRICK / BLOCK WORK
DELl Sl uhd SOhs.
Saclulllh lh Dusa-
naht strass crucks,
tuck Olhtlh, Drlck
Or ch t Ol hs,
Drlck wulkwuys uhd
chlnhays.
(58)-772-3223
THOMAS Kl al har,
Orchas, chlnhays,
axart tuckOlhtlh.
30 yaurs axarl -
ahca. Llcahsad/ lh-
s u r a d . C r O s s a
POlhta rasldaht. 313
-88-3150
912 BUILDING / REMODELING
P l ONE E R P OL E
BUlLDlNCS- Fraa as-
tlnutas. Llcahsad
uhd l hsurad. 2x
trussas, 45 yaur
wu r r u h t y , Cu l -
vul una staal , 1
cOlOrs, slhca 17.
#1 l h Ml chl uh.
( 800) 22- 07
914 CARPENTRY
CARPENTRY ROuh
& Flhlsh Sarvlcas.
Turh tO uh axarl-
ahcad wOOdwOrkar
whO dallvars quul-
lty wOrk Oh ull jODs.
Mr. RastOrutlOh Sar-
vlcas, lhc. ls cOn-
nlttad tO custOnar
sutlsIuctlOh. Wa da-
l l v a r u l l y O u r
rOjacts Oh u tlht
tlnallha sO thut yOu
havar huva tO Irat
uDOut whah u cOh-
tructOr ls Olh tO
Da dOha. Wa cOh-
d u c t t h O r O u h
clauhu OI ull Our
wOrk lOcutlOhs Da-
cuusa yOu shOuld
havar saa uh uh-
slhtly nass whah
wa'ra Oha. Wa OI-
Iar uIIOrduDla sOlu-
t l Ohs t O u wl da
ruha OI wOOdwOrk
u h d h u h d y nu h
rOj acts. Wa cuh
huhdl a. I r unl h
wlhdOws, rOOIs, uhd
wulls, wOOdah rulls,
trln uhd nOldlh.
(58)275-24
C A R P E N T R Y ,
carunlc tlla, dry-
wull, ulhtlh. 20
yaurs axarlahca.
RausOhuDla rutas.
Burry,
(58)75-277
916
CARPET INSTALLATION /
REPAIR
FREE PADDlNC wlth
curat lhstullutlOh!
Suva u tO 33 cahts
ar squura IOOt!
Surana FlOOr COv-
arlh (58)87-015
920 CHIMNEY REPAIR
THOMAS Kleiner
Chimneys repaired or
rebuilt. 30 years. Li -
censed/ i nsured.
Grosse Pointe resi -
dent. 313-886-3150
929 DRYWALL / PLASTERING
( 3 1 3 ) - 1 0 0 3
lukashOralustar.cO
n Crucks, cOvas,
dacOrutl va, skl n
cOut s, ul ht l h,
stuccOs. All cradlt
curds.
ANDY Squlras. Plus-
t ar l h, dr ywul l ,
ulhtlh. StuccO ra-
ul r. Sruy, tax-
t u r a d c a l l l h s .
( 5 8 ) 7 5 5 - 2 0 5 4 ,
( 5 8 ) 2 1 4 - 8 2 1
930 ELECTRICAL SERVICES
( 5 8 ) 4 1 5 - 0 1 5 3 .
HOnastur Elactrlc.
Oldar hOna saclul-
lsts. Clrcult Draukar
DOxas , Out dOOr
l us, r acassad
llhts, uddltlOhs, ull
tyas OI alactrlcul
wOrk. Llcahsad, lh-
surad. www.hO
nOraIusas.cOn
934 FENCES
ALL Iahcas, utas,
ut a Oar ut Or s ,
sulas, sarvlca, lh-
stul l utl Oh, raul r.
MOdarh Fahca, 58
77-545
936
FLOOR SANDING /
REFINISHING
FLOOR sanding and
finishing. Free esti -
mates. Terry Yerke,
586-823-7753
CASKlN FlOOr Suhd-
l h. RaI l hl shl h,
5% dust Iraa, Ra-
u l r s , Nu t ur u l /
St ul hl h. Sl hc a
187. Fraa astln-
utas.
(58)722-3370
943
LANDSCAPERS /
TREE SERVICE/GARDENER
A F F O R D A B L E
Waakly Luwh Sar-
vlca. Full clauh us,
uttar clauhlh. Al-
wuys lh tha urau,
Iraa quOtas. ShOw
ranOvul . vursl t y
Sarvl cas.
(58)243-334
ARE yOu tl rad OI
cOnuhlas? AIIOrd-
uDla haxt duy sar-
vlca. Full clauh us,
c ut ar ahhl ul s ,
luht DulDs, trln-
nl h, waadl h,
adl h, l uhtl h,
uttars, shOw ra-
nOvul, nOra.
(313)377-147
DERK BrOwh Luwh
Srlhklars & Llht-
lh. WlhtarlutlOh!
Sarvlca/ lhstullutlOh.
l hsur ad. Exar l -
ahcad, 810- 75
277
DOMlNlC's Stun
Cr l hdl h. Buck-
yurds hO rODlan.
Stuns Ohl y. l h-
surad. Slhca 172.
(58)445-0225
FALL cl auh- us,
cOra uarutlOh, sllt-
saadlh, Owar ruk-
lh, luwh cuttlh,
ut t ar cl auhl h,
luhdscua daslh &
l hstul l utl Oh, Drl ck
uvars, ratul hl h
wulls, sOd, nulch &
tOsOll lhstullutlOh,
shruD trlnnlh, &
urdah nul htah-
uhca, traa luhtlh,
srlhklar wlhtarlu-
t l Oh, l uhdscua
llhtlh & raulrs.
www.lucluluhdscu-
lh.cOn
( 3 1 3 ) 8 8 1 - 2 4 1 .
FREE ESTl MATES!
FALL Shr uDDar y
Trlnnlh uhd Cut-
Bucks.
(313)283-1437
NEW SOd/ Luwh
O v a r - S a a d .
( 3 1 3 ) 2 8 3 - 1 4 3 7
943
LANDSCAPERS /
TREE SERVICE/GARDENER
K&K LAWN &
SHRUB SERvlCES.
COnlata OutdOOr
Mulhtahuhca &
Luhdsculh Sar-
vlcas. FREE ESTlM-
ATES. Llcahsad &
lhsurad.
(313)417-077
MACS TREE AND
SHRUB TRIMMING
COMPLETE WORK
Serving The Pointes
For 30 Years
Reasonable Rates
Quality Service
Call Tom
(586)776-4429
SPARKMAN LAND-
SCAPlNC- Luwh cut-
tlh, Iull clauh us,
srlhklar DlOw Outs,
urdahlh uhd trln-
nlh, IartlllutlOh,
Chrlstnus llhtlh,
s h O w l O wl h .
( 5 8 ) 7 7 - 2 0 0
SPRlNKLER wlhtarl-
utl Oh uhd raul r,
daslh uhd lhstullu-
t l Oh. Luhdscua
llhtlh lhstullutlOh,
r aul r s uhd u-
rudas. Drul hua
systans. WaldOh lr-
rl utl Oh Muhua-
naht.
(313)88-2244
WEEKLY LauI Sar-
vlca & Full Clauh-
U. (313)283-1437
944 GUTTERS / SIDING
CENTlLE rOOIlh uhd
s l dl h. Cus t On
saunlass uttars.
Llcahsad, lhsurad.
(313)884-102
945 HANDYMAN

A uIIOrduDla rlca.
Ml ka huhdynuh.
Elactrlcul, lunDlh,
curaht ry, hurd-
wO O d I l O O r l h ,
carunl c, nurDl a,
ul ht l h. ROOI s,
DuthrOOns, Dusa-
nahts, kl tchahs,
dacks. COda vlOlu-
tlOhs. Snull Or Dl
jODs. 313-237-707,
58-215-4388, 810
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