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Avon Council
reacts to lifting
of French Creek's
liquor license
5
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Valentine's Day
See heart warming
messages
- pages 28 & 29
says$1QQ$QQ
in court fines
remains unpaid^...
44th Year, No. 15
February 9,1994
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Serving Avon ® Avon Lake • Sheffield • Sheffield Lake
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Community 54S owe more tf?an $27,000
Pulse
AL ponders how to collect overdue trash biiSs
"We have no tiH'th with what we're dothony A».ram, 32JG3 Eltclric Blvd.;
...And More By MarccIIa Grande
ing," Kowalski aaid. "We may go the
Avon Lake Municipal Court bailiff and
roulc of a collection agency."
AVON LAKE - Residents who have
past mayoral rvindidaic Thomas Ktddcr,
RJ.HJn
not paid their trash and recycling bills
Kowalski said the city must first ex(142 Avon Dcldcu Rd.
amine how much a collection agency
owe $27,720 to tho city. Twenty-eight
would cost.
residents, who havo never paid Iheir
trash/recycling bills, owe more than
She said another option i.s tc publish
$5,500 alone.
the names and addresses of pcoplo v)hu
are
behind in payments.
-y
Ever sinco the city began charging
Although Council has yut lu decide
residents a fee for Irtish removal and
how to hundlo the matter. Tho PRESS.
recycling, the billing has been handled
in-house. Anyone who isn't paying tho on its own. is publishing tho list of the 2H
citizttns who huve yet to pay the fee. The
bills ore supposed to be taken to small
list t3 public record imd vvus l.i^l upclaims court. But the court can only hear
d.ited Monday aftenioon.
30 mutiy cases at a timo. and with tho
It should be- notLd that some uf the
dolinquen' bills (iccruitig. City Council
realizes another avonuo must be pur- citizens wlin have nuvur paid thuir bill
«rn
nl T;s\ir< with tho rtty bccntiie they
O f l k S PRESS
U«W> f t i i n H i * B » »*oryV
"'_ *3ttfid"!o cfiPcct iKn lnn« r."«?rHn« Iron.
pay hnth a residential trash removal fee
Tnl* information, \s public record and '" Council member Holly KowalsH inimd .i u(iinm(!rcial Fuu for the same
LvaUable to anyone who asks. The tlicntotl In u mtimo to follow mombcrs
iidrirtiHH.
•nemo was eventually intended <o bo that a totnl of 348 rusidtiuc«s »ru oillmr
Ftir oxiiinpli 1 , o fiirm w h i c h n»:t!ivi.'t
behind or havu never p»kl the montnly
made public. .
COtiuriLT^'nl (rush n-lnnvnl s^rvlci;, iil.'tii
bill.
Mrs. Kowablcl Indicated In her memo
ns a rt!«i'l«iu:i:. Since the fee furTbo total Fuu is S12 pwr month, but the .; nerves
that at Council's work session on |an.
initht is IniHed on ill! huiiHithotdt in the cicity
picks
up
a
third
of
the
cost
and
p;iys
31, she would bo discussing thu traeh
ty. tliCMC estKbtishiimii's urn I.eing billed
billing which will soon bo handled by S4 per each household, whiln residents
fur buth res id out in I mid cotiunt.-rciiil
removal.
BFI. She continued on and wrote..."Our are charged Stt a month.
Kowalski indicated that tho law direceyiitlng delinquent residential acNames of some of the delinquencies
tncludii past mayoral candidate, Ancounts Hro a different is«L3. I do not tor is exploring different methods of
collection.
want to gel into a dlscuislon of this
Utu«
while reporters am present."
1
Since this particular subject is not protected under the Ohio Sunshine Law I
wonder when Mrs. Kowalski intended
to discuss this issue.
SHEFFIELD LAKE -- Friends,
I spoke with Mrs. Kowalski Monday
relatives and colleagues filled St.
evouing and she indicated she never in- Thomas Tho Apostle Catholic Church
tended to keep information from tho
on Harris Road yesterday morning to
noramunily. She indicated publishing nil
pay their last respects to a beloved husthe names was a possibility, and her proband and father and respected surgeon,
posal forituch action wasn't quite ready.
Dr. Ernesto Punsalan, 57.
:
Thus, her request for silence.
Ur. Punsalan was stabbed to duath
^Th« bottom lino here .folks is Mrs. while sleeping at hb Lake Road home
kowalski can't and shouldn't pick and
Friday night. His son. Ricardo (Ricky).
20. is charged in connection with his
Continued on page 10
death and wa?
arraicnud in court Monday morning1.- Ricky, who pleaded not
guilty, is being held in the county jail.
Lorain Municipal Court Judge Gus
Nunez ruled that he wuuld bo hold
without band.
yCorps
The father of five. Dr. Punsalan and
his family, of 3913 Lake Rd., were
]jcjty should
preparing to fly to the winter Olympics
in Lillehammer. Norway to watch
$ b l i i
daughter. Elizabeth. 23. and her husbreakwater delay
band, Jerod Swallow, perform in the ice
Dr. Ernesto Punsalan
dancing competition.
Shoffiold Lake Chief of Police 1 homos
Throughout most of Fiiciuy. Dr. PunSchmidt said the case will bo referred to
salan hud been in sUTgory. After an
t'.ie county prosecutor's office and a
evening dinner, he wont to sleep in the
grand jury.
,
bedroomThe grand jury is expected to return
He was stubbed once in tnu tiUdumun
an indictment.
.
and once in the heart. He was dead on
Police said that upon arrival nl the arrival at St. Joseph's r lospitnl. 1 Its wife.
faml!y"« hlsluricul lakefront home in
Thern'sn, who was in nnolher room at
Sheffield Uke. Rit*y was pacing obou
the time, heard a acrenm and found lier
and (old the first policeman whu arrived
husband, then called police.
mat ho had just stabbed his father.
There are reports that the family
Kicky, whom family members said has
believes Ricky was given medication lor
u history or drug and muntol problems,
his condition tlint produr.wl a violent
had ceen home for a Few '.lours from Hie , reutilion.
.
psychiatric unit of St. Joseph Hospital
IV. Piinsnliin WJIS known us a taring
and Health Omt'::' in l.ui.Hii. _ .
Are yoo on the Hit? I obtained a copy
•f a memo this past week, authored by
Councllwomarj Holly Kowalski. It was
written to Mayor Vinct. Urbin cx\d council members.
<i ne memo described in detail how 348
Ayon Lake residents owe 527,720 in unco'dectod tresh foes. Of those 348 delinquert home owners, 28 have never paid
a penny of thuir obligation since the
H fee ordinance was volstl Into luw,
28 names are printed in this
Others are: Margaret Miller, 231
Moore Rcl.; Gerald Lunato. 32G05 Bolmont: Louis Emcick. 5G5 Avon Beldon
R<1.: Kurt Fuchs, 2-19 Inwood; Patiiciu
Costin. 159 Inwood: Isaac Roby. 322D7
Electric Blvd.; Eileen Rupert. 329
Dellwood; Ceurgu Kr«jci. t30 Parkwood;
Richard E. Zsuberan. 15H 1'arkwood;
Slwven Borbash. 210 Uelinur; Micjiopl.,
Shitiultnr. IB'l Moore Rd.;-&andra
Neinnjt*. ''"-I .~'.uxiit}; Margaret Burke.
232 Avondale; Mark Sullivan, 437 Armour; Mrs. M.F. Bannorman. 166
Tomahnwk: Jextorskt "StfrtiTOfr. IUV MOI-
man: |amos Ukan. 231 Lear. Kalph
I'inkerinK. 357 Wiiliamsburg; W.D.
Eldred II. 7011 Fowlor Avo.; George
l?lile. 730 Wedgwood: Denisu McGuiro.
2UH Sunset; Monica [.ink. 153 Vinuyard:
Claire Houcliebel. 1D3 Forest Hill: Pnuln
I. Miimiuum). 3237!) Orch.irJ Purk;
Dmi^liis Fnlr. 7H Crji-Cull; uml G,
Hiiritii'iHter. 22(1 Avon Ilelden.
Kiicli oT those uili/fiia mms Sliin.
Continued on page 13
Family, friends mourn beloved SL doctor
COVER; fo COVER
and compassionate physician by friends
und colleagues. He had como to the
United States in 19(12 from the Philippines and had been on stuff at Elyria
Memorial Hospital Regional Medical
Center for the last 22 years. He hau lived
in the Elyrin-Shoffield Lake area for 20
years.
In 1961. Dr. Punsalan received his
medical degree from the L'nKe^sity of
St. Thomas in the PhilipDir.a3. Ho served
an internship in New York and a
residency in Baltimore, and was a doctor in Houston before coming to EMU
Regional Medical Center.
A member of several medical
societies. Dr. Punsalan was a self-taught
piuno ptJiynr and also supported civic
causes s^ch cs the Fraternal Order of
Police. thb-March of Dimes, the Salvation Army. Mothers Against Drunk
Driving iind Junior Achievement.
According lo Elizabeth's statement
from her publicist, she und her husband
will not withdraw from tho ice-dancing
competition Feb. 18-22. Tho publicist
said Ms. Punsalan. 23, will skate in hor
father's memory. She and her husbnndpartner, Jerod Swallow, were married in
lieptembnr.
Ur. Punsalan's survivors includo his
wife of 33 years, Theresa: daughters
Elizabeth of Pontiac. Michigan, and
Kllen Nagor of South Euclid; and sons.
Ernnslo Jr. of Sheffield Lake. Ricardo of
Sheffield Lake, and Robert, an Ohio
Stiitu Universily student. Dr. and Mrs.
Punsiilnn also havo two grandchildren.
Dr, PunMiliin's mother resides In tho
P h i l i p p i n e s .
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have abo had tho privilege of serving on
the Avon School Board for the past three
years and am currently tho vice president of the school board.
My husband. Jim MarsigHa. was asked
by former Mayor Oloarcik to servo on
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tenure. Although ho was honored, ho
was unable to accept at that time. Hn
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and praised for a job well done. I would
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beautiful Western Reserve architecture
office/shopping complex plans thuy
have created for French Creek "Rusurvn
on Detroit Road in the French Creek
District in Avon. They not only have
preserved the original 1830 house iinti
barn but have incorporated thn t!«w architecture to blend with the old.
Mnny thanks for a job wtill done. Let
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Health Cure Inc.) at Kt. 83 nnd Rt. 254
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AVON LAKE PUBLIC LIBRARY
FINANCIAL REPORT
GENERAL FUND
Balance - January 1, 1993
Receipts:
Taxes
Fines & Foes
Interest on Investments
Gifts S Donations
Miscellaneous Rf venue
Grant-Mini-Discovery Center
Total Receipts -
BUILDING FUND
Balance, January 1. 1993
Receipts:
Interest on Investments
Expenditures:
Capitol Outlay
Balance. December 31. 1993
147.265
759.924
31.600
11,281
1,497
2,851
11.985
819.138
72.770
4,179
1.552
75,397
Expenditures
Salaries & Benefits
Supplies
Purchased Services
(Insurance. Utilities, etc.)
Library Materials
(Books, magazines, etc.)
Capitol Outlay
Other Expenditures
Total Expenditures
Balance, 0ecomber31, 1993
462.622
16.320
98.477
128,158
7,351
6.343
719.271
247.132
CONSTRUCTION FUND
Balance, January 1, 1993
•0Receipts:
4,000,000
Levied - Bonds
182.209
Interest on Investments
4.182.209
Total Receipts
Expenditures
261.768
Purchased Services
13.713
Library Materials
176,028
Building Improvements
17,114
Caoitol Outlay
470.623
Total Expenditures
Balance. December 31. 1993 3.711,586
A copy ol the complete year-ond report including balance sheet, statomenls of
revenues, expenditures and changes in fund balances may be obtained from tho
Avon Lake Public Library, 32649 Electric Blvd.. Avon Lake, OH (933-8128). The
Library is open from 9-9 Monday thru Thursday, and 9-5 on Friday and Saturday.
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Erievicw Happenings. Kindergarten students recently attended thu Cleveland Children's Museum. This
children participated in two programs- "Water. WJVT
Everywhere" and "Bridges." Science concepts wore introduced through active learning experiences.
First graders are scurrying around their classrooms
loofcins for mice. Mice arc the subject of books, projects, computer programs, poems, and choral readings.
Each studont will be creating two boolw which can be
read and enjoyed with their families.
t h e second graders in Ms. Mitchell's class are learning how their heart works as well as the important
habits and attitudes that lead to n lifetime of good
health. Student* created collages on paper plates of
balanced meals. They are also studying abuut the importance of regular dentul care during national
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AL1IS NINTH GRADER TO lit , HONOKF.D.
Ntclissa Iliiilitv-Hanis. a Uth grudor at A -W LakisJIiph
Si:houl. will b(j hutnir«d for her acati.Miit' .ticliit-vf, ; nut
Fitb. 27. On tliai day. thu I.orain County Alliance far
Black Schoul Educators will sponsor ;m\ lonors Hanqunt at Duluca's I'liurts in lh« Park. Ail s t i ^ n l s attv.'nding the banquut will havi: uuhiuvutl A's am'('UV.iHoiior
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Melissa, whose favorite subjects are l'.a:h and
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trumpet in Marching Hand. She is alsu n meml,»r of the
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CliUdmii's Dimtnl Ituutlh Month. Tliu sludutils lnivu
been reading a variety of literature books which include
Katy and the Snow. Balto. George and Martha, and Sty
First Presidents'Day. Numerous writing activities have
been taking place such as creating a winter rebus story,
making stop and pop up books, creating candy heart
sentences, and big pet adventures.
Third grade students in Mrs. Szegedy's and Mrs.
Molners' classrooms are currently in the process of
preparing for their "Healthy Fuod" luncheon. This
special event follows an extensive food unit study in
their health class. The students were made aware of the
modern changes in Ihe primary food groups, and
number of servings recommended per group. (The
traditional four food groups are now based on a
pyramid dosign grouping which includes: fats und oils,
breads and grains, vegetables, fruits, meats, milk and
dairy products.) As a culminating activity, a food
ropresunlativo from the Avon Lake Rini-Rego grocery
store camo to visit the students to reiterate the important concepts of making healthy choices.
Fourth graders are busy learning ubout rocks and
minerals and their relationship to the earth as a planet.
They arc in the process of growing crystals and studying them. Mrs. Weber's students arc reading Mr. Poppar's Penguins by Atwater. They ore learning all about
Antarctica and creating their own penguin rookery.
Mrs. Dietoiich's class just finished reading Bunnicula
as port of a detective unit. They held a court session putting Bunnicula on trial for being n vampire. In thu end
ho was found not guilty because of reasonable doubt.
The class has also enjoyed many wonderful mystery
readers from all over Avon Lake and are busy writing
mystery stories of their own to he published by the
Erieviow Eagle Publishing Company.
Some parents of elementary school children recently
completed an "Active Parenting" course which was offered through the Guidance Dept. The six weekly
classes, which were ' led by Ann Joyce. Eriovimv
Counselor, and Ann Dunn, parent, focused on
understanding the goals of children's behavior, and the
use of natural and logical consequences for changing
behavior. "Active Parenting" classes will be offered
again hi the spring.
First and fourth grud'irs will soon be starting lessons
in "Personal Safety." The counselor-led activities will
help the children recognize and avoid and/or protect
themselves in dangerous situntinns. Through the usu of
role play and practice. Ihe children will Irani -'(issisrtivoness skills" to protect tliumsulvos.
Fifth grade students in Mrs. fud.tott's iiinf Mrs.
Koarns* cesses have been diligently fulfilling Irresponsibilities of their assigned jobs for the schutil
year. The following squads «ru in place Tor thu tit'l.V.M
school'year; Computer squad-Alisluir Wiitls, MarNi
Ralston. Ion Miller, Kurt M'irllii, MfllJn Krun.-|iire<]
Melissa Bailey-Harris
School Lunch Menu (Subject to Change)
Feb. 14 - Sweetheart Pizza, Heartthrob Vegetables,
Dreamer's Peaches, Valentine Cookie, Milk.
Feb. 15 - Deli Sandwich-Ham-Turkey-Chuese-Tomato,
Chips. Pickle Spear. Vruit Cobbler. Milk.
Feb. 16 - Toasted Cheese Sandwich, Tomato Soup. Coleslaw, Pears. Milk.
Feb. 17 - Cheeseburger. Fries. Pickles, Mixed Fruit,
Milk.
Feb. lU • Large salad w/cheese and meat. Soup. Cornbrend w/Honey. Choice of Fruit, Milk.
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Thu Rcnlty Oi.e Advuntuge:
Make it jour iiwn.
ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 21) Tho New Moon could sea you getilnga
new computer or software and It shOik) be good for you prolessionattv. You may postpone a mooting and upset some peoplo and
thoy could doddo (a proceed without you. You'll be 8 little slow
;whilo Mercury Is rotrogr&do and sriould let others do youf thinking.
\\ TAURUS (Apr. 22-M«y 22) • This Is trio time la solidify arty acV'lomplishmen; you want to retain for the long haul. Get off by
yourself this weekend and examine who you are and wherw you
want to go. You will be asked for your opinions or advice wnerevar
you go and you may know Ihings you didn't even know you know.
GEMINI (May 23-June 21) You will discover or loam something
thnt you have been concerned about. This is a truly feflito time tor
you if you'll slow down tong onough to a poly I s r a e l i . You may bt
doing something you don't want known but ;*e all know what It Is.
and if we find out who it's with you're in trouble.
CANCER (June 22-July 20) An auspicious time to talk over Ihe
future with your boss, you need the security of long term security. A
Pisces will be trying to psych you out and you both may be swimming in foreign waters. You could receive a windfall that will make you
happy and make If possible to take a dream vacation.
••m
m
LEO (July 21-Aug. 20) You may be doing something sneaky and •m
your conscience will bother you. You wilt get I ho chance 10 do-youfduty in a new area aid you'll really shine, and that could give you an
idea for \he future. Good weekend to go house hunting, you snoutd
got lucky if you work at It systematically.
VIRGO (Aug. 21-Sept. 22) You are repressing your emotional
nature and you'd bettor start living a little less Inhibited. What's
this? A lazy Virgo? Oh well, I guoss you'vo earned a little break. You
could be working on a creative project and not want to tell about H
yot. but whatevor you do. you'll get a great reception.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 25) You'll be a dud compared to your
usual charrring, creative self and you'll havo to spend more money
to keop your position. Your homo will be anything but a home for •
little while. There could be fun 'n games around the neighborhood
but they rmty not bo much fun and could cause extra work or
expense.
SCORPIO (Oct. 2fi-Nov. 23) A slip of the tongue could lot the cat;
out of the bag and the Now Moon will see it "meowing" all over
town You may bo displaying your emotions more than usual while
Morcury is retrograde. A Pisces will have romance in her/his eye
and it will be on you. so get oui your chock booh and live a little.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 74-Dec. 21) You could got the sudden urge
to buy a now vehicle but you'd belter wail until no»t week. You may
do someltiing looliah that could pul your security at risk. butyouwiH
have tho opportunity to turn li around. You mighl tcwl like canceling
a get-together and |ust aackiny oat
CAPRICORN (Doc. 22-Jan. 17) You can casli in on your genius
now and a Now Moon is iho perfect timo to Siart something new.
You will bo trying to do something lhat is over your head but you'll,
gel there il you'ro just patient. You won't bo able 10 Sit Stilt over the
woekond although you probably won"t accomplish much.
AQUARIUS (Jon 18-Feb. 1ft) Perfocl timo to break up old
routmoa and start something original You are going 10 soo kits of
action over iho woukend. 9omt» ol it unexpected and. no doubt.
some ot it unusual. You may bo in a dithor about what to do while
Mercury is rotrogr.vJe — your best bet is to do nothing.
PISCES (Feb. 17-Mar. 20) An Aquarius will bo attractive because
you will be ol liko minds A si-cfet love altjir could come yot iway
but thoro will tm something nuon more secret ttxar, you know'; You
may b« too acquitjicertl and not (jot anything accomplished, and
this is a Itmo when you should be creating a now image.
Letters
tiifti tin.1 t m i t i v i ' i n iI I I I J M 1 u h n i i i " M : Il i
i i r y t t i n r i i t 1 * tn'<:.iii-->' I in-l!>".i' t h . t i h i i t h
<m<l r i M s o n -riiuulil [ i n : v a i l I A I . T l i t sh-ii.i
A n . t i n I .tin u u m p t . ' i k ' d to a s l . tti i t ' s rc.i/Ji
n:i \ o i i i ;IJ.;I'IKI'I? Y O U s a y t h a i i t m r r
| i r , i u ' r is tin- an-i-.'.i.'r t o su<:ti;lv's p r o iilt.'ins. U'I.-'VI? a l n - . n l v e s t a b l i s h e d tli.it
students r a n pray. What rise an1 you
Continued from page 3
Students CAN
pray in school
To tl>c Ktlitut:
1 ;im prompted lu writu by a recently
published Setter rfi^rdiiiy schoo!
prayer. The letter from Mr. Rudders was
unu of many that I have read un thu matter and they all stem to have some coninicit thomes that I consider erroneous or
mislead in j;.
One common theme is that prayur in
schools was outlawed by our supreme
court. Let's set the record straight - THE
SUPREME COURT DID NOT MAKE
PRAYER IN SCHOOLS ILLECAL. As
far as I know, students are free tc prsy
in schools. I have personally witnessed
students reading tho Bible during study
hall without being punished for it. My
guess is that lots of praying goes on that
we don't even know about, especially
before exams, and I have not heard or
read that students were disciplined for
it. The supreme court never told
students that silent prayer or meditation
was illegal. What the supreme court did
was to tell school boards arid administrators that they could no longer
stop classes and other school.events in
order to recite proyers or conduct
meditation sessions. The court did this
because of lawsuits which raised the
issue that public, tax-supported institutions were being used to support .
religious activities, and this seemed to
run counter to what our constitution
says, about government-sponsored
religions. Tho act of stopping class at a
certain time each day for the expressed
purpose of ongaging In religious activity
was perceived as "sponsorship" of
religion on !ha part of the school administrators and the court said nc to
such activities.
Tliis loads mo to bcllovo that tho issue
is not whether prayer is allowed, but
' w h e t h e r p r a y e r is p u b l i c l y
demonstrated. At this point I'm compelled to ask why it's necessary far such
public demonstrations. What is to be
Robert Ri)(!.irhv
Canned, boxed foods needed
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SHKITiKU) l,.\Kl-: -- NurtliiMst l.urjiti Cuutity Social Si-rvicrs is in need ufca.'in- m
vd ami hux.-.l fuoiK for tht: fiuc-r^ncy Corn! i;ii|ibo;ml Tin; greatest need is for ca.'in- 3
i;d u-^-t.ibli-:,. fruit-,, IULM!-,. ii.i.stiis. CITIMIS. sum-"*, p.iptjr produrts and soaps.
w
IF.in>i][ii; is able to ln-Ip. plcise drop oir MUJT donated goods at tho Shetfiuld Lake f"
Cominimi'v tltvic Ccnti-i at 4573 l..tk« Kd.. Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 3
CD
Learwood students shine
Tu the Eilitor.
Over three weeks :ij;o it xv.is brought to
the dttunlicm of th.u Learwood community that there was a situation that needed
[ill of our assistance. A benefit dance
was held on Friday, [an. 'J« from 3-5
p.m. Learwood's sixth, seventh and
eighth graders shuvv;u that not only can
they be helpful • ;, tunes of nt:ed. but lhat
in limes or trouble THEY SHINE!
The students went beyond iust buying
the tickets, they ntudi; donations, sought
donations, and tried lo do what ever was
necessary to make this benefit dance a
HUGE SUCCESS. It was wonderful seeing students excited about giving tc help
someone else.
There were others who assisted in
making the benefii dance a success.
Domino's Pizza of Avon Lake donated
15 pizza3: Learwoods PTA provided
baked goods; Sandy Detikat and Barb
Cooper donated snacks from Sam's
Club; and the Learwood's Studert
Forura donated pop to complete a well
stocked concession stand.
A huge thank you for the support and
enthusiasm of the Learwood teachers
and stair who promoted the event and
did all the background work that seldom
is noticed unless it is not done. And
finally, the students YOU REALLY DID
SHINE!!
Alison Taylor
Get on with business
st hand
To the Editor:
It's time for our elected nnd appointed
offices and the employees of Iliu Cily of
Avon to start expending the energy they
NortliL-ast Lor.iin County Social Survkt-s is ;i n.in-profit organization serving the
coimnunitius of Avon. Avon. I..ike. S'uffrii'ld and Shuffiuld Lake. Funding Is provid.-it through :i gniiU front til.; Wustern Kt^orvo Art:;i A^eivy on Aging and from the
four citiijs scrvud.
For rnori: itirormation. cull Lisa M. Uanevich -it «•»!*-«146.
Feb. Food Distribution
SHEFFIELD LAKE-:--The February Foo.l cli^tnbi.tion date is Wednesday. Feb. ISi
From !J a.m. !o t p.m. PIIMSI; bring jour own i:ontaitu;rs.
Free tax help for retirees
SHEFFIELD LAKE - \y,inn this year. I mined AAKP personnel will be at the Community Center to help kith income tax returns. Reservations arc a must. Gather
your papers including LI copy of last year's ruiurn mid call 949-8146 for an
appointment.
Help unite county, AL asked
AVON LAKE - Frank DeTillio of the Lorain County Chamber ol Commerce, and
FraVj Bostuwick of l.orain County 20/20. approached council about hiring a consultant to help Lorain County Grow.
.
They believe a consultant will help bring resources of the communities within tno
county together, making Lorain County competitive with other regions for federal
monies and economic growth.
"Change is coming whether wo want it or not." Bostowick said. "Wo want to be
prepared."
.
.
Bostowick advocates long term, systemic changes such as coordination ol services and land use planning across boundary lines.
According to DeTillio. S30.000 is needed to hire n consultant. He saio about
$25,000 oF that is available through a grant, and believes (hi? other half should bo
divided among the communities, according to population.
_ ,
Avon Laku's 15.066 residents make up almost 5 percent of tho county s population, said DeTillio. He asked for a S625 contribution from Avon Lake.
"When we're talking ibout economic development we'rn talking about keeping
our residents' tux bast:\.own." said Mnyor Vince Urbin.
Clean-Up Weeks set
'
AVON - The weeks ol Miiy '1-14 and Sopt. 12-17 nro proposed lor1994 Clean-Up
WM> in 0 rowlutlon which w III b« vot«d on nnxl weuk. Hours would bo 9 a.m. to 5
p m F.-u*. wilt romiiin the- same as in 1993. Tires will not bu accepted.
put into all **»>" 'irt~ f'million, li'jrk- uliiia.
by toTclns-rtudenls to do ihuli- "and meddling over who-did-what-to*
praying or meditating simultaneously?
whom nnd worrying about how rmich
ii seems to me that by insisting on
monny someone docs or doesn't niakis
R ain«l
public demonstrations ot such activity,
into guiding the city into n successful,
tho advocates of school prayer have
financially stable and wull planned comsomething more on their agenda than
munity. It's time to CROW UP ami got
on with the business at hand. That is
the students' ability to pray while <n
what Avon is doing, (trowing up. with or
school. Why don't they share their entire
" agenda with us so lhat wo can decide tor without you. Wouldn't it bo best if we
ourselves whether it has any merit?
did it right?
Another common thomo is that we
Antoinette Barnhart
ought to go back to the "good old days"
When wo all slood up every morning in
class and rocited our prayers liko good
Bail guests thanked
ChrisUans should. This would Imply To tho Editor.
I that our socioty has not ch?ngad In tho
The place to bo Feb. S^was the Avon
': last 40 years and ignores tho fact that we Oaks Country Club wbiiire the fifth anarc a decidodly more diverse culture nual CRS Charity Ball Vas in lull swing!
which Is growing In terms of diversity
More than 207 pcoptc attended and
with each passing year. Besides. I m not enjoyed dinner, dancing, the reverse raftoo sure that I want to revisit a., limn fle, and trying to outbid their friends on
when pregnant teachers worn IOWK. XO the Silent Auction items.
leave school whon thoy started to
The/Dig winner of the evening was
? -show" lest we corrupt tho minds of our Community Resource Services!
little ones with thoughts or how babies Cenftrous residents raised moro than
nro brought into this world.
S2O.0OO.
The last common thomo that 111 menMany thanks to all of tho people who
tion Is scare tactics. Many of the have supported the CRS Ball by conaraumonts for public religious tributing to this ovent with donations,
demonstriUons in school use extreme advertising in our program or becoming
examples like the cno Mr. Andrews used a sponsor and by attending the ball.
regarding students turning in their
We look forward to your continued
money because ot the "In God Wo support.
all proceeds from
Trust" motto on the coins. Docs he real- this eventRemember,
stay in Avon Lake to help
ly think this Is going to happen? Usitm those in need.
this sort of example makes mo think that
Sincerely,
tho intent is to raise unreasonable fears
The CRS Charity Ball Committee
rather than to Inform. It makes mo qucs-
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The Knights of Columbus will spousur
a Family I'ancuku Bruakfiisl/Brunch un
Sunday. Kub. 13 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. it
will be hitld at tin; Father Ragan Council
K o r e Hail. 1783 Moore Kd., Avon.
.Ml proceeds will bu donated to support Pro-Lifu activities in La rain County. Cost U 53.50 foi adults and S2 for
children agtxl C-12 (children 5 and under
are fre«.) The menu will include pancakrc., sausage. fmil cup, juice, milk,
cotlco. *oa.
The Knights of Columbus Hall is
located off Rt. 611. south of 1-90. (near
the 1-9G-RI. Gil interchange.)
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ALPS Day at McDonalds
Spaghetti dinrer, Feb. 16
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Polka Mass, Feb. 19
A Polka Miiss will be held uti -Saturday. Feb. 19 ut ihe Knights of Culumbus
Hall at 1783 Moore Kd.. Avon. Mass will
be ;il ti p.m. with an ethnic dinner tu
follow. Music will be by Al Hattiitelli.
Free set-ups and beer. Cual is S13 per
person. Advance tickets
unly. Call
93-HJ172. 933-3646 or 93r>-5744 tu order
tickets.
The men of Lake Shore United
Wisdnesdny. Feb. 9 is ALPS Day at Methodist
Church will serve spaghetti
McDonalds in Avon Luke. Plate your dinner
at 3311') Electric Blvd.. Avon
order between 4 and 7 p.m. and to perLake on Wednijsdjy. Feb. 1C from 5:30
cent of each ordpr will benefit thu Avon
tn 7 p.m. You j;et tasty sauce, fresh
Lake Play Space IThi! ALPS) at Dluser
salad. Texas tuust and a drink for only
Park. You can dine in or carry out and
$4. Ages
12 to fi coil $2.50 with children
still help the ALPS.
5 am1 under FREE,
Construction week for the ALPS \s
,tt tin; Frvm.h Creei. ."Jaime Center,
ihu'rc '.vill h»; u m:ir»et liankut workshop
t.iu^ht by Lareinj lordun. Call
Nature Scene
(.«(m-l.CM-l'AKK tu Ond out what kidd
• Winter Days Festival - ThiTi: will of
materials tu briiiK and to rej;r.tL'r (by
b>: i;tu->i country sluing, hurs- ilr.iwn
Fob. HI- The fee is S15 per basket.
wiijion riik-s. a winter
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I'licirnp• Lake Erie Scries - Ducks In Winter
meiil. winter na«"«s. '<-•' sculpture:-...L-.\peritriicif ail ihi? un'i more al the festival - Come to French Creyk on Saturday,
on Saturday jnd Sunday. Feb. 12 and 13 Feb. ID from 2 tu 3:30 p.m. and learn
from noon to 5 p.m. ;jt the Eqimstr.an about the many species of ducks, geese
Center of the Carlisle Kcwrvation. and gulls you can expect to nee it a
Wdt'm up with a big bonfire. For direc- LaUefront walch. scheduled for the next
day. Sunday. Feb. 20 from 11 to 1:30
tions, call 1-ai)U- LCM-I'AKK.
• Winter N«ts - Saturday. Feb. 12 at p.m
• Audubon Scholarship • The Black
the French Creek Nature Cei.ler. come
look for animals' nests, from 2 to 3 p.m.
River Audubon Society is offering a
Moderate hiking.
S55O scholarship to anyone who wishes
• Sweetheart Hiku - French Creek to attend an Audubou Cump or
Nature Center will host a hike with your
workshop in order to further their
favorite Valentine from t
2 p.m. on education in natural history. The camps
Sunday. Feb. 13.
r.re located in Connecticut. Maine,
• Meet the urlist - Susan IX-Mars will Wyoming. Minnesota and sum? other
create her art in pursun at the French
states. The recipient must use this
Creek Nature Center un Sunday. Feb. 13 knowledge to further educate others in
from 2 Io 4 p.m.
ecological or environmental understan• Astronomy • The Celestial Cinema
ding. Although full tuition for collepu
will taku place at the Frerch Creek
credit and some incidentals art) not
Nature Center from 7 tu 9 p.m. at French
covered, it is an excellent opportunity. If
Creek on Sunday. Feb. 13. Experience
interested in more information, or a
some far-out movies.
scholarship application, writo to Mrs.
• Critter Corner - This month's pro]oann Wagner, 547 Park Ave., AmheTSt.
gram, highlight ins live animals, will
Ohio 44001. before March 1.
focus on the chickadee. The program
Ticket payment is due
Vickrt payment is due for the Party
Hearty Danco by Feb. 14. Mail checks
to: Kathleen Wilhclm. 32335 Cable Lane,
Avon Lake. OH 44012.
Make checks payable lo: ALHS
Boosters. Checks received will have
tickets placed in "Will Call Paid' at the
door the night oi the dance. There will
be no tickets sold at the door. Cost per
ticket is $12.50.
There is still time to call nnd purchase
tickets for the dance which will bo held
'£ -
Feb. 26 from 7 p.m
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Ticket price includes pt&a. snacks,
wash, A Silent Auction, disc jockey and
live band are all set for the evenins at the
Irish Heritage Club on Rt. 83 near h
railroad tracks. This Is a B.Y.O.B. IeaDi
and c a s u a l a t t i r e . Mako it
neighborhood event.
For tickets call Kathleen
933-6459 or Ron Pallinger. 933-2959.
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The Avon Lake Preschool Parents
Association recently spunsoi ed its
winter party for the children. Th« theme
wps "Kiddie Town" and the setting was
very Avon Lake! Storefronts v;er>_- constructed and painted to resemble the
movie theater, the past office, the
grocery store, the beauty salon, and the
Ijundmmat. Real firemen and real
policemen were on hand at thefirestation and police station of Kiddie Town.
As one mother said, "Now this « a
party that was really designed (rith
children in mind!" Thanks to all for your
help!
School age child care offered
Tin: Nurlh L'ua.st VMCA has several
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openings in both hoforo and after school
care. The SACC program is held at
Calvary Hapti.st Chiirc',1 located at 32607
Electric [llvci. in Avon \j\\c. The
church's new j^yni offers u modern,
clean facility for our. licensed child care
program.
B«foru school care is provided from
t» 30 a.m. to 9 a.m. and after school care
is provider! from 2 p.m. to (i:30 p.m. Bus
t'trvtce is provided for nil Avon Lake
s. .ifhints who need it whether they atle id public or private schools. An a5turn ion snack and beverage are availahle
di-rint; after school caro. Organized
spirts activities, (irt.i and crafts, tutorin), outdoor activities during nice
weai!iiT and speci.-i] -loiivilius such as
puppet shows, plays and service proI«CIM itru nil iivuikible (or your youngster
to participate in.
Parents and their youngsters may slop
in anytime the SACC site is open and
visit with the staff.
The SACC program also provides Fun
Days, whole day child care during
school vacations, in-service days and
conference days. Suvniner Day Camp
provides weekly earn for yn'ur youngster
for the entire summer break or Just one
or two weeks.
Scholarships arc available for School
Age Child Care. Fun Days or Summer
Day Camp.
For more Information pleaso contac*
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033-9100 or 835-9622. or Sue Vorhey at
the West Shore YMCA. 871-6885.
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ALHS vocalists rated Superior
Tlie Avon Lukri High School Vocal
Musii: nepartmeiit participntwl in the
atuuiitl Ohio Minic Kducntion Ajfsorialinn District I.V Soltifl.Kei-iemble Contest
;ind earned 11 nut of t-I Superior
Kiitiiijis in vocal events. The tronlcst was
held nt North Kid^'villu liif;h Schciot on
Satiirdiiv. |iin. 2<l. I'iirtiuiputinK students
are rei|uin:il to prepun- munic ivlitcli is
ciiostju (rum a list of si-tedious published |jy the OMEA. The students are
nrsponsihli; For luarninn and memorizmj! Ihe music to lit; performed at the
contiist. Tin- solos and ensembles are
rated hy an OMKA sanctioned iudgc
who evaluates tl,,; students %vith a I-V
rating system with cuinmunls substanliahnK thi- Kiven rating. Oftentimes
students will sin x in a room crowded
with spectators which adds to the thrill
ot a live perform a nee.
ConHMtuliilions l u the follnwinu
si)loists and ensembles wlio participated
in the i:,,iil«st: Amy C.'nnklin. Suzanne
i^'lf Andy Ruil.l. Kelly Moff,,lt. Devon
HontiH. Aubrey Ashlmrn. Yoshika
Okiimuru. Stephanie RU(],(, Mur,,!,.,,
Sii/ann.! 1'fi.ff, Au'-rey Ashburn. Krisla
Und.iii. Karen .lohnston. Andy Rudd.
Brandon I an.1i2.jn. Chris Albnjcht. ami
Kyan Vander Sluis] and Mermaids w»ru
all rated Superior; Mary Grosa. Brfunnii
Kolcun, and Mermon were all ratwl Ex-
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an outstanding effort! Mr. William".L _
Zurkuy is the vocal music director at tie ' "
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French Creek Tavern's license lifted; Council reacts
^ By Kart-n Drastor
• l li this a[Ji»Ml ^ t u r n e d down.
jj)[j'-\i! •>v,.:uu" -said Koger Zki.?b.
s.ii«l hi; b-jlitni.-. th(.Tt? will b«j one
hall
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£ Enterprises to runnw (lie liijuor •fusrmir
K r w m v A i •> i u l
c for the Tavern at 37040 Untroit Kd. w r.
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3 den:tid by /he Ohio Uupartmi.-nr oi Li- w i ; r e t i n t ' • i i ' h i i ' . i . i - . t K . . N r v - > f ' > ' . * . ' ' ' t . i ' • • ) ! > !
§ quar Coeirul on |nn. 25. A ruijUfsi to
in: l:u;j..'-, ttn>;. v. ill lliitik aijoul i'. 'IM.T tinJJJ Iriinsfur the permit to tho now owni^r-i if
rii-xf wi'i-Ik .ui'l n;>.unsi(l>T.
yj- the bar is sold was also denied.
",'f !!••.• [il.ii:>1 !'!>*••» i!s ln|»;jr ln.t'iiii 1
J3 At rj work, session Monday nij>hi. City
ami is i.lu-ii.'ii iiuv.il i'ii!!! lor a iluy. thi.1
ijuilihim ivmjld h . r . c \n b e b m i m h t UDIIItt Council members said they were iurplt-l'.'ly •:[( lu CIJII-: in ord'ir In n'uji.-n,
u prised by how quickly the licens;: v.-iis
I'vuii u i t h ;i lii.unsi; from .iiinth<:r Uic.t£ liitcd. President t!d Krystowskt taid htj
is concerned about financi;il loss to the tion. It's not u p l'i c u d e n u w l»'i:auv.' it's
been HRind!'.it(it;n.'d.
owners, and alia about the building
becoming an eyesore if the Tavern is
" T h e r e ' s been a SUHOTVIUII tavern
forced to close.
business in lli.it Iuoiiii;n for m a n y , m a n y
"Mayby we should recommend to the
years. If i t \ vacant it'll be an eyesore. As
Ohio Liquor Control that they allow t!ie
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Irurn .1 siiMlIrr b.ir u m l . l b - tr>nsli;rr«d
td th-Tavurn. statinK tii.it thon; .ire too
many liuurjr p • rtnits fur i!i|i nurnhor of
[jeople
Avt'ti
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k b ffamily \vhu owns French
Tlw Zkiib
Crvuk Tavern had JO days from fan. 25
to appeal the .State's rulinK- They have
already fil-.ni.
ZIJ.IIJ said tii': family has new it
m;itiim ni tin: i.urr»;nt apoeal.
,.,! in discuss wh.it it is.
Dtiriim th« f.'T>t year, the Tavern was;;
citud 1'ur M.'ilinB liquur to a minor. While'
il was under suspension for that, from
Auy. 27 to Sept. 4. it was cited forconti. ;
iiuim: to st-ll liqur.r.
Avuii uffid-ils opposed renewing iha
[jortmt at the Department ofUquorCoo-.
trol hearing b s t fall, painting out that
police had recuived 20 complaints In
about the Tavern by August. 1993.
Corps says city shou!d share blame in breakwater delay
Engineer Meriz both indicated that the
sequence nf the project had been changed. Originally, the plan called Tor
BUFFALO. N.Y. - Officials from the
Ming the new breakwater and then
'/ don't want to get into a nut
Army Corps of Engineers said they are
not entirely to blame for delays in the shouting match with the city rehabilitating the old brcakwall. hut
then the plan was reversed to work on
Miller Road Park breakwater project - a
engineer; we will continue to the existing breakwall hflfnro building
project engineered U> reduca sand
%vork with the city,' Nasemann thu new breakwater.
buildup around the boat launch.
Latt! last year. Na3emar.n^"aid ho acsaid.
Alan Nasemann. biobgist with the
cidentally discovered thai more of ihfe
Carps, said the city unilaterally changed
plan had been altered: The city wanted
plans without Informing the Corps,
*o shift the east breakwall 75 feet to the
which greatly contributed to the lengthy
permit process.
review, Avon Lake was told toreviseUs east.
iNasemann said Avon Lake believed
"The city could have been given the
plan by incorporating an impermeable
their design changes wen* trivial but the
permit last summer." said Nuscmunn.
material into the breakwater in order to
changes warranted a nev/ public notice,
stop the sand buildup. The city submitA few weeks ago. The PRESS first
he said.
ted the revisions after October JO. 1992,
reported on the holdup of the Miller
(', Mertz acknowledged that some
said Nasemann.
,,
Road Park breakwater project that may
changes were made with the sequencing
subsequently delay the openirg of the
"At the end of 1292. wo felt w receivfit the phases and tho cast breakwall, but
boat launch facility this summer. City
ed everything," Nastrnann iaid.
Engineer Wade Mertz earlier slated that
During this time, Avon Lake had a he believed the change] were rather insignificant, and was unaware that a
the Corps was to blame in Ihe delay
part-time interim city engineer: Mertz
because it had taken a year and a half to
came on board with the city in the sprgrant a permit for the project.
ing of 1993.
Corps officials ?nid they initiated their
In June of last year, when the Corps
first procedure in August of 1992. when
was set to initiate anothur procedure a public notice was issued for Avon
the environmental review process Lake's breakwater plan. Upon initial
Nasemann said Mayor Vince Urbin and
By Marcel la Grar.de
whole new public notice procedure Wa*'^|j
needed.
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On Dec. 29. 1993. the city indicated,!!
did not w a n : to go through a new pubficJ
ncticc p r o c e d u r e , w h i c h would havaj
reiiulted i n further delay, s o the city
went back to t h e original p l m .
C1£
Corps a p p r o v a l w a s granted the natt_
day o n Dec. ^ 0 , 1993, Nasemann said.
'•We b r o k e o u r backs to get that done,"^;
said N a s e m a n n . " I t h a d to go through",
six p e o p l e . "
, -i, •;;;
"I d n n ' t w a n t to "get into n
match with t h e city engineer, we
c o n t i n u e to w o r k with t h e _ city,"
N a a e m s n n said.
j
Mertz said h e . a s well, did not want to j ^
get into a conflict w.Uh tho Corps.
Both parties stated that they strivB.to'^
maintain a positive
relationship.
working
Summer means new sewers
for Curtis, Sunset residents 1
More
Continued from page 1
choose what' information you as
residents got to hoar. Tho only reason
you shut out report ore is because they
tell you. tho citizens, what's going on at
City Hall.
Granted this isn't some juicy piece of
LaVogatc, Mitchollgate. Sand build-up
gats or Chiofgate. But tho more Intention
to shut tho cammunity out for whatever
well-meaning reason is entirely wrong. I
^m sure she meant well, but the flow of
Information from City Halt should ncvor
bo stopped. Wo all havo a right to know.
They thould be proud. A very special
congratulations to all tho people who
worked so vory hard lo ensure the Fifth
Annual Cammunity Resource Services
Chwrity Ball was a success
From all tho sponsors and support
people along with the committee which
is comprised of Rick and Stephanie Andrews, Scott and Amy McKintoy. Kevin
and Carol Miller and Rick and Mary
Ann Urbin, everyone should be complimented on a first class evening.
The night's events, whiclr included
silent auctions, n reverse raffle with
numerous sido boards, and of course
those all important sponsors, helped
raise in excess of S20.000. Thii money
will go toward holpi/ig man^^eople in
By ]im PetmzzI
need. (See photos and letter to thfl
editor.)
Hereeec's the Citizen of the Day.
Mayor Vince Urbin has been chosen as
a Smythc. Crumer Co. Citizen of the Day
by tho Avon Lake Sales office. Mayor
Urbin, recognized for his civic invo'tvemunt and contributions to tho cumiminity. will have his name announced over
Cleveland radio several times as the
Citizen of tho Day on Friday, Feb. i l .
The radio stations that will notti this
distinction during thctr d-.'Iy broadcast
include WDOK (ID2.1 FM). WMfl
(105.7J, WLTF (1Q6.5 FMJ. WNWV
(107.3 FM) and WWWE (1100 AMJ.
"Mr. Citizen" will also be the guost
speaker at the Tuesday. Fob. 22 AvonAvon Lake Rotary Club meeting, which
begins at 12:15 p.m. with a lunch at the
Amber Oaks -restaurant in Sheffield
Lake.
Congratulations, Mayor Vino*.
Avon-Avon Lake Rotary Club also
welcomes Shcrrod Brown.
Congressman Brown will sprn1* to the
Rotarlans nl the regular Tuesday
meeting on Feb. 15 at Amber Oaks
Restaurant. All are invited to join. Make
reservations by calling 933-5500. Luncheon cost U S5.50 per person.
AVON LAKE - "I know you don't
have much faith 'in us after driving over
Walker Road for nil those years." said
Mayor Vince Urbin, "but we definitely
plan to start in May."
Urbin was speaking to residents who
live on Sunset Drive regarding tho upcoming sewer project. He said the project was almost canceled duo to changing personnel and other problems over
the years. Pluns were presented to
residents apd Council at Monday's work
session.
Tho Curtis Drive 3ower will also be improved this year. Council voted to advortisn for bids for the Curtis Drive se-w-..
project Monday. This project will •» '*i '^ ,-•
l.E>OOfoot storm sewor to Curhs flrive
between Redwood and Electric. It will
also give Electric Boulevard SCG'it**.^';'
storm sowur between Belniar i/ncT'
Curtis.
Both sewer projects should reduce or
eliminate basement flooding. Although
Council has so far okayed advertising
for Curtis Drive bids only, both projects
nre e x a c t e d to take place from midMay to mid-August
"The scope of the (Sunset Drive) project is lo lake the existing combined
sewor and change it to a storm sewer.'"
said Wade Mertz, city engineer.
Both locations presently havo stotpi
and sanitary waters combined in 'l
same sowar pipe. Unllko the Curtis project, which plans to odd a storm soww,
(he Sunset project will 'add a
sower.
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According to Mertz. any doteriorfctSi
pieces of the existing combined
will bo replaced. It will then bf! used on-^
ly for storm water. An 8-inch unitary
sewor will be laid next to it along the totire 3,000 foot length of Sunset Drive.
Driveways and tree lawns will be
restored to original condition.
Drains from nouses will be rerouted
the new sanitary sewor, but the old
J i s will be available if any i
to hook a sump pump or dowo*i
fv^tc;:he storn sewer. Hump pumpi?3
h-e??.her bo hooked to tho storm ~
scwotr or discharge onto tltrt ground. ••"!*
- f^H-he city will pay foi- Iho cost of the
sewer, improvements with monay.
gonorated by tho half-pcrcont - Incoma
tax increase that voters had passed twp,i^
yoars "qgo. Residents will havo to pay for
the rcconncctlon of sump pumps. ''-••'!"-&
"The increase in income tax helps va>
get going so fast." said Council Presi*.
dent Greg Zllka.
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.i ant prize winners {splitting 52.500 four «aysj were
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Gary and Mary Aufdenkampe and Laurie and Doug
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Eleanor Boylo and Paul Herman
David and Colleen Branch and Grey and Patti Zilka
AVON LAKE — The fifth annual Charity BulL lo
'l^oSrei^wtawTralsoTmo^ThiinVaooarKn'to
•10 287 guests who attended.
Tho event, which took place Fob 5. was held at Avon
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ruvisrsw ™M«.daiicmRmitl tryiny lei mithid rhuir_fri«n_ds
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Mayor estimates $100,000 in uncollected court fines
By Karen Draslcr
AVON - Mayor Jim Smith said Monday night there may be$lGUU0U uwt'd t()
tho nity in unpaid finus from Mayor's
Court.
'/I have a stack of tlitise (unpaid linL-i)
on my dusk. Then I discovered there's a
wholo drawer full of them in the I'olicti
Department. We should clean this up.
although collecting con be expensive
too." Smith reported.
"We're going to finish this one way ur
another." Smith added, saying some
documents go back to igti7 and 1U88.
It's riot just an Avon problem, according to the mayor, who s&id nearby
cities have tho same problem collecting
fines.
Law Director Daniel Stringer counsel-
ed.
| would suggest suspending
driver's licenses uf people who don'l
Pay."
Smith said a persun who doesn't pay a
fine is cited for contempt of court and
fined for tliat. II the fines stdl aren'l
paid, the person is charged with i:onlempt again. The fines keep building up
Tilt? city ends up paying tniinoy to the
slate even when it doesn't collect
sewer project cost. According to Smith
tin; gr.inl was almost canceled at the last
minute because of a ch.ingu in administrators in ColumSius.
"1'i'ople don'l realize how iit.uiy people lii'Ipeil u<;t this thruugli. Utilities
Superintendent Uavid (Conrad. ServiceD i r e c t o r Holier! Kolibins a n d
Krystnwski worked on it. and State
Representatives John Mender and Alan
Zaleski got involved. Even North
Ki'Jgevilli; Mayor Jeffery Annbruster
and Avon Lake Mayor Vinci; Urbin were
willing to help us." Smith said.
"We have to send $1!I> to the state of
Ohio fur esch uf these court actions."
Smith said.
• An ordinance to place tru1 income
tax credit issue on an election hullut
again will bt: voted on by Council next
Monday. According to Stringer, action
is necessary on Monday to get the issue
In other business
on the May ballot. Uthcrwise a special
e'ection would be required, which is
very expensive.
Issue nine in November, in effect, raised taxes by a half percent for Avon
residents who work in other citius.
The required l.tlO valid petition
Miniatures were delivered to tho Clerk of
Council by attorney Cerald Phillips,
who headed th'i drVvi to put the issue on
tliu ballot again. Phillips cUiii:.* the warding on the November ballot was confusing because it contained a double
negative, so peuple weru not sure which
way to vote.
• Council will vole on an agreement
with Ron Paull to continue as grunts
coordinator for the city. Ho will be paid
$50 per hour fur his work which he does
from \\'n home.
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Auditor reports findings in Sheffield-Sheffield Lake Schools
"/ SHEFFIELD - The State Auditor's of,£.-.'fice reported two "findings" in an ox• ••: animation of Sheffield-Sheffield Lake
Board of Education's financial records
;,. for 1992-93. But John Conloy.
^spokesman for tho auditor's office.
7: -stated that t>e district is substantially in
t^ compliance with state regulations.
.-.._. "It was basically a good audit, with
•. only two findings," School Treasurer
: John Streett. "Most districts have many
r 'more than that."
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Conley confirmed Slreett's statement,
yr
M and said.. there were no penalties
r- involved.
;...-, T j 1 Q jphooi board is In noncompliance
;-;bc*^usolt borrowed $114,320 moro'than
;-"authorized without a vote of tho people.
'Tho state limits borrowing to one-tenth
A^OF one percent of tho value of all proper-
• The city received a grunt check last
week for 75 percent of the Chester Road
ty in the school district.
"Now school buses, seven I think.
were purchased with the borrowed
funds. We weru not aware that we were
borrowing more than the limit. The last
payment for tho buses will be made in
July." Streett said.
Conley said once the buses are paid off
there will no longer be a problem.
"It's an example of something we
check each year until it's corrected. The
local entities do a good job of following
up on our findings," Co nicy added.
Ironically, Streett said he thinks the
borrowing showed up in the audit
because the district
does not have any
debt on schoo1 buildings, so it does not
have a bond retirement account.
"Most schools do have bonds to pay
off." Streutt said.
The other noncompliance was in two
prospective bids by contractors that did
not contain a required statement under
AL ponders how to collect
overdue trash bills
Continued from page 1
Four-house plan in Dakotas OK'd
LAK£ - Planning Commission
. revised preliminary plans for
Dakotas Subdivision located off
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JjbBtwwnSlonoy Brook and •
Gable Lane.' 'X " ""': ' ' '
This, subdivision, to bo built by tho
'Brock Corporation, consists of four
houses. Tho revision was a reduction in
iy,.1r1the number of homes the developer
V? i ' originally planned to build.
" .;, There aro roughly 12 homes in The
Dakotas, and some of tho homeowners
;Vaio concerned that incontfnuity within
•; tho Dakotas will result in lower property
. values.
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Uv"Wo're worried about tho dovelop,^mont getting chopped up." said one
"jf-Dakota
homeowner.
t~r- Tho developer is awaro that a variance
w will bo nooded for storm water drainage.
will not be addressed until im-
provement plans ore brought beforo tho
commission. "'"
The storm waier plan is currently being
reviewed by lone* A Henry enjjinfiflrinn
Mayor Vince Urbin said the city has
won the fow cases that have gone to
small claims court. When tho halfpercent income tax increase was passed
by voters in 199Z, Council allocated a
portion of that money to apply to the $4
supplement for each household. The
sum of Si 2,000 wns also allocated
towurd paying the trash bills in full for
families who meet the federal poverty
guidelines, a local program that the city
asked Community Resource Sorvic<;s lo
administer.
A«<-<ir<linu l» M«riori«ir:«lkirniorCRS.
residents bad to apply Jar the program
which ran from May throush Lcccaiber
thai easements could not bo obtained
of 1993. The program has since disconfrom two property owners for storm
water drainage, thus tho probable neoi
tinued, and plans are in the works for
for a variance.
the trash~removal contractor. Urowning
Commission member Judy Murray
Ferris Industries, to take over tho
said Brock's improvement plans would
billing.
be the first timo the city ha3 had a reWhen the program was in place.
quest for an exception for the storm
Calkins said. "We look people's applicasower plan.
tions, and if they qualified, (finance
Mayor Vince Urbin. a commission
director) Don Shupok issued a check
member, said he wouUi not expect to see
from the city to tho trash utility.
future exceptions. to tho storm sewer
"I know we didn't como close to using
plan on Jaycox Road.
it (the $12,000 available). We qualified
"Tho developer who owns tho re- about 30 families." Calkins said.
mainder of this property will control the
Considering Calkins' fiRures, the city
fate of (hose four sublots," Urbin said.
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Avon Lake Junior Women's C/ub/GFWC
Avon lake Press
_ Avon Lake Printing
Avon lake Rotary
Avon Lake Travel
Avon Oaks Country Club
B. F. Goodrich
Anthony E. Bacevice, jr., M. D.
Bearings, Inc.
Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company
Consumers Builders Supply
Continental Cablevishn of Ohio, Inc.
Custom Engraving
Delta Air Lines •
Diversified Benefit Plans, Inc.
Ernst 6> Young
ESTBank
Ferragon Corporation
Ford Motor Company
Vie Gibson Insurance Agency
Joyce Bukk-Ponliac, Inc.
Kopf Construction Corporation
has supplemented close to $2,000 worth
of trash removal fees for poverty level
families out of tho $12,000 originally
allocated for this purpose.
Calkins said CRS could not help
qualify people for trash bills that wore in
arrefirs, unless they demonstrated extreme need, "like if it meant they would
be evicted for not paying tho bill." she
said.
Aside from the 28 residence1". 320
more residents aru in nrruars on their
trash bills.
Fcdurol K»»l«!«llnu» R'v" P°vt>ny status
to a family ol two with income not moro
tt,*>n tin.Hiui: ..r «IH.r.m) for n fnmlhr « r
tour.
.. -. Future phaseout of $4 supplement?
Concerning the $4 supplement all
residents receive. Kowalskl suggested a
phase-out bit gradually eliminated beginning in 1995 - porhaps by $1 oach year.
Tho additional half-pcrcpnt income
tax increase was promoted tD bo used, in
part, for supplementing everyone's trash
removal fee.
,
,
While. Council is arranging to have
BFI take over residential billing. Mayor
Urbin said tho city would maintain tho
responsibility of collecting ovorduo fees.
Reaoarce
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Lcawood Square MerchanlsflNO Properties
McDonalds Corporation
McKinley Machinery, Inc.
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Mitchell Htating & Cooling, Inc.
MMMC Associates, Inc.
Personal Travel Corporation
Phoenix Products, Inc.
Rilcy, Kcury 6- Retar, Attorneys
Rini-RegoSlop-n-Shop
Riverside Drives, Inc.
Smith & Smith, Attorneys
Joseph M. Smith Junket Enterprise
Sunrise land Company
Sylvester Builders
Thomas Packaging Corporation
Tom-Car Foods
Trademark Homes
Dr. Dennis M. Ward
Waritola, OToole, Loughman, Alderman
6* Stumphauier, Attorneys
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MERPLES TO SING IN LAKEWOOD JAZZ FESTIVAL. The Avon Lake
High School Merples will perform in the annual Lakewood Jazz Festival on Feb. 11
in the Lakewood High School Civic Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. This annual event comhines area jazz choirs in a workshop with one of the region's finest jazz educators,
Mr. Duane Davis of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Each school will have a private work
session with Mr. Davis during the day. and all schools will perform a concert for the
public in the evening. In addition to the host choir, Lakewood Harmony Roadshow,
and the Merples. will be jazz choirs from Bay Village and North Olmsted. The
Merples will sing "When I Fallin Love," by Elton, and an arrangement of "Ccndy,"
made popular by the Manhattan Transfer.
WE ARE A NON-DENOMINATIONAL SPIRIT-FILLED CHURCH
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Schedule of Services: 10:30 A.M. and 6 30 P.M.
Kids On The Rise: 10:30 A.M.
Royal Rangers and Missionettes: 6:30 P.M.
TLC Home Groups: 6:30 P.M. (First Sunday of Each Month)
Healing Service: 6:30 P.M. (Last Sunday ol Each Month)
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515 MOORE ROAD • SUITE III • AVON LAKE
(HEAR THE CORNER CF MOORE 4 WALKER)
PrvftMi<mjt Vision Ciit
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•li:\Vi- IKVINU PAKKLuud muiic. Ruport.
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I5^a - HOLL-CumpUinl cf IrMpas^ioK Report.
1332 • WARWICK-Unit uviiittnl Ketcitt; Squud.
IAN. 20
2342 - U\KE KD.-MVA. R«pott.
O035 - IRVING J'AKK-M.ile urrusted on wiirrant
uut of 1-Ofiiin I'olicu Unpt.
0324 - LAKE RD.-Disturbmice. Advbi-J.
lO3fi - KOU IN WOOD-Domestic. Rupo-t.
I4l« - LJ\KP: RD.-Comulaint of 'mpiclous p*>rnun. Report.
1H3S - HAKK1S RD.-Report of ti-UJtilt. All purlies advised.
IAN. 29
IJ24H - LAKE RD.-Roport of dliturbancu. Male
urtvsted for D.C tntoxicHtioo.
1207 - RICHELIEU Rf port of liiinisaing calls.
Advised.
1S44 - HOWELL-Theft from vuhicle. Roport.
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• Optional OornlraR Prulmilon
Bill Masturson of Avon Lake recently
received Liberty Mutual Insurance
Company's LIFE-PLUS award in
recognition of his outstanding achievement in sales of life policies. He also
recently received the company's HOPLUS award in recognition of'his
outstanding achievement in sale? of
homeowners* policies.
Masterson, a sales representative at
Liberty Mutual's Westlako office, joined
the company in 1992. He anrl his wife,
, havu throe children.
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01 IB - LAKE/LAKAYErrE-Truffic stop. Mala
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0247 - l_AKE KD-Keport of disturbance. All
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Ojliti • IRVING I'ARK-C'jmpluitit of loud music.
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IMU2 - I.AKK KIJ.-K»port of tfluuhone harassiiu-nt. Adviiiid.
2 *JV\ • LAKE RD -Re|ji»rt of inioxicillwl person.
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JAN. 31
IHJJ") - 1.AKE RU -Unit ussiitt-J Fire Dept.
1410 - HARRIS RU.-Unit cwhtud Kim Dopl.
1430 - ALAMEUAMVA. Report.
15O4-RICHEL[EU/lJ\FAYElTE-MVAwiUiUijuriei. Report.
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11527 LAKE RD.-Complaint of theft. Report. 1654 - COVE BEACH-Unit osalitnl Fire Dopf.
FEB. 1
1031 - HARRIS-Complalnt of telephone baraw
merit. Report.
142B - ROBINWOOO-|uv«ailo RghL lUport.
150O - COVE UEACK-Suspidou* vahiclff.
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1B05 • WEST U^.-Iuvenllo problem. Advtaad.
182'J - LAKE RD.-MVA. Report.
i s a j - LAKE RD.-MVA. Report.
1QOJ • LAKE RD.-Hit-sUp MVA. Report.
1917 - LAKE RO.-Cmoplolnt of then. Report.
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MGP seeks patrons/advertisers
"TIIL 1 MM'.'II ill'tin: liriMsup.Miit. the rn.ir
uf the crtjvvti" • nil sl.ijje, on sljj"t;. l»injJ"
stiij;e - your uunumuiity vu!unlet<rs .ire
(iist ni.ikiTii; n.',iily Mighty Uulijth I'roiliictionN J5lli i;m!t'.'nir tii suppurt
A I D I I Laki-'s I'TAs witli ii musical |>rodui:lion lit' liinst jm.iH'ur ({Utility. Yiiu
just h.iu; ID see it tn heli^ve it.
MIGHTY GQUATH FHQ0UCHCfJ3
tion lor tfo years
Cflarlcs D G'aclunin. 3263T tit'll" Rd . Avon
LJKC, « J S fined S2GQ nnd sw.iten^ed to 30 t!,i»5
SHEFFIELD LAKE MAYOR'S COURT
m
|ail on J chd/gu ol pa'iimrj bad ch<!C>>3. «il*i ttw
Gary J. Hmjse, 737 Oakwood. Sheffield Lave
sentonci1 '.My'Ted on tfit> taS'3 o' no sirnljr VIC'JApril 15. Hi. 17 jiiiif J^.2:j;iri: dates for
v>33 fined S75Q and sentenced to 90 djys in jail
lJOfi'3 nitriir. ^n.; y>>y
on a crtarijo of possession al drug Da/ach«rnaJu.
veil ID lake a trip tu OkLihonu vvithuut
1
David
Gcn^ilt
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219
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Lcram.
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with 3500 ol the fi/ie and the sentence suspendeven leaviiiB the county. Ranchers,
dried S '00 on j crwu IJU ol speodirq
ed. He was also lined S50 for disorderly conduct
Terry L Ootz II. 1 ^39 lemngton Attf . Lotaui, iiuvvhoy-i. fanners (dau^liti.'rs included)
Fined St.000 and sentenced to sis months m
will b« whoupin' ^iine real fine unlt-'rmas fined SI00 Icr J 3<if«ty vioialion.
lad on charpps o' underago consumption were
Mai tin T. Caydok, 1G0O Field Crost C(t . A^l- tainmunt up fur you right on the Avon
Aaron M. Sto. 810 Woodland. Elyria. and K«nyour preference on the convenient foryn
•"flton.
TX.
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fired
S60
lor
seceding
end
S25
Lake High School stage. Don't miss this
neth S. Payne. 213 E. J5th. Syria
and mail today. Deadline is March 0. ';
(or a seast bett violation
Rogers and Hjninierstein winner.
Matthew Peoples. 486S Ncrthwood. snelf.eld
Advertisers can purchase ad spots as
Dttinb
M
Jaras.
32567
Oakhurst.
Hcrth
Lake, was fined $250 and sentenced to 30 days
Hidgevilte. wai lined S55 for speeding
With the theatrical pa it well underfollows: S!5 - 1/4 page (business caril
in Jail tot a minor's culew violation, witn S200 of
Albena A. ODonntfJ. 325t1 Lake Rd.. Avon
way, all we need is community support
size]; S50 - 1/2 page: $100 - whole pagu."
the Hna and the sentence suspended.
Lake, waa fined $50cn acha/ge oHailure to y>eW.
and (hat's where YOU come in.
You will iilso receivu complimcntarj'
David C. feller. 264 Moore Rd. -#49. Avon
Fined
S35
on
charges
at
speeding
were
Duffy
JLake, was fined $100 for waJWng on tfie highway
I'aIrons/Advertisers, ycur names won!',
tickets of your choosing. MGP's Ad
Shannon. 21 15 Northland
Ave . Lakewood,
'wttte intoxicated.
1
be up in lights, but they will bo printed
Volunteer. Anita Hlava, will be in touch:
Elizabeth H Shick. 327 Oak St.. Sheffield Lake.
Michael P. Donovan. 907 Root Rd.. Lorain. was
Oklahoma's program along vvilh Mighty
with you throughout February. Please
and Dma M. Oublo. 32360 Nottingham. Avon
.fined $50 on a charg* of disorderly conduct, with
Goliath's
show
data.
Sign
up
today!
Uko
say "yes." We need your support. IFyou!
$25 of the fine suspended.
Joanne J Godlewaki, 32150 Hampton. Avon
need additional information, please call
Patrons, your S15 donation awards
• Fined 540 on charges of speeding were Susan
Lake, was lined S35 for a stop sign violation
TJudcec. 346 W. 23rd. Lorain. and Scott A.
yau two complimentary tickets to the 933-4474.
Isaac B. Keaton. 3233 E. 1 tSth St.. Cleveland.
McKonde. 4289 Onter Rd.. Avon.
program of your choice. Please indicate
<vas fined S2S on a seat belt violation.
Fined $35 for speeding were Sonja S. Terrell.
Anthony T. Selvaggio, 336-*2 Detroit Rd . Avon.
32960 Chestnut Ridge. North RidgevUle; Bryan J
was
lined
$S5U
on
a
physical
control
violation,
Mertz. 33402 Chatam Or.. Avon Lake: and Kevin
with S200 of trie fine suspended. He was also finGutter. 609 Pasadena. Sheffield Lake.
ed $65 for a left of center violation.
Fugene C. Bors. 1906 E. 39th St.. Lorain. was
1994 Patron Drive
Rose M. Cocita. 37274 Certtenniai Avo.. Avon,
lined $35 for an assured dear distance violation
was fined $850 on a violation ot physical control,
February 9 - March 9
- NeaA.Pr«brook.5224ParkhurstDr..Sheffield.
with 3300 of the fine suspended. She was also
Oklahoma!
m s fined $30 for a bike path violation.
fried $50 for weaving, with S20 suspended.
A lift»«n dollar donation Includes (wo Uckstt to th« pertornanc* ol your choica. Your rt«m« witt abo appxar
Fined S30 for speeding were Eugenlo
Stanley fl. Wright. 2788 Stoney Ridge. Avon,
!n
m«
program.
It
*ill
snow
your
appreciation
ot lh» tin* and laUmt gn«n so g*nerouafy by tb« caal «Ad
Matendox. 4216 Tattwf Ln.. LoraJn. and Steven
was Fined $250 and sentencedto30 days in Jail
crww of MOP -tort M family «nl«ruinm«nl th«y pfovk» and m» iappon th«y giv« tn« ctiildfsn ol Avon UXa
Hudrak. 672 trvtio. Park. Sheffield Lake.
on a charge of using weapons while Intoxicated.
Schools.
Robert G. Church. 248 Berkshire, Vermilion,
with the sentence deferred on the basis of no
Uaka ctwdu paytbta lo:
dried S2O tor a snowmobile prohibited
?-••••- D M
similar violations within one year
Mighty QoUatft Productions
vtoUton.
Christopher S. Lundberg. 2S3 Cove Beach.
31635 Elacirc Boulward
' Mwtki Joyce at, 750 Kerdworth. Sheffield Lake,
Sheffield Lake, was fined $250 on a charge of
Avon LaMs, Ohio «4O12
was fined $15 on a charge ol dog at targe.
underage consume bon, with $100 of the fine
RoMrvvd Ion
'. ',
suspended.
Mam*.:
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AVON LAKE MUNICIPAL COURT
Marvin J. White. 2716 Rita Dr.. Lorain. was finJeffrey A. Gamer, 4845 Rosewood. Sheffield
ed $ 100 en a charge of unlawful transfer of plates.
CKy'SUla
Lake, was fried $500 and sentenced to 90 days
He was also fined $60 on a charge ol no
Phon* _
fei Jai on * charge of DW1. with 80 eaya of the operator's Bcertse.
Tlduts raquMtad Tort
sentence deferred. Ssflcanscaraa suspended for
Daniel A. WoH. 136 Rwhin Ln. Apt B. Elyrlo.
Apr.l 15
cn^ymae.
was fined $ 100 for contempt of court failure to apAprti IB
Anthony C. Gregg. 31770 Krebs Bd.. Avon
pear. ChrHfopher B. Robinson. 1123 West
April 17 .
Lake, was fined $30O and sentencedto180 days
AprU22.
Ave., Syria, was fined $ 100 on a
In )•> en • charge of making false alarm*, with tho
April 23
charge of speeding.
Many Thank*!
a a n H w deferred on the basis of no slmBor violaJerome Remhofer. 451 Blaine Ave.. Marion.
Boottorone y««r.
was fined $100 on a chnrp* of contempt of court.
' CnrtaUna Briuno, 5242 Edge*Hter, Sheffield
MeBssa A. Synwetz. 6572 Miller Dr.. North
Lake, W M fined 3200 and sentenced lo 30 days
Rldgevtte. was fined $70 lor cpeeding and $40
In jai on * charge ol no operator's Icense. wrth the
for no operator's Icense.
Mrttance deferred on the basis ol no traffic violaOat ok li-Jorwood. 1BO3 Gth S t . Sanduakv
tions ove* two points tor one y*ar. STw *aa «*ao
was tinea $1OO on a charge ot contempt or court
flrwd $50 for speedtog.
__
failure
to comply.
.Ttowthy Twmr, 3311 swoey RWQ«. Avon
Keith A. Kinxet. 37195 Colorado Ave.. Avon.
w v hwd $t 50 and sentencedto180 days In |ad
was
fined
$70 for failure to control.
on a charge of aggravated menacing, with the
Ffcwd $70 on violations of assured clear
tantanc* aiapended. He wow also fined $150 on
distance
were
Patrick D. MaJoy. 2564 Elizabeth
• charge ol telephone harassment
Dr., Avon, and Rodman A. Putt. 5901 Cornell
»Jason L. Hendncks: 264 Moore Rd. 4-K. Avon
Ave.. North flidgeviBe.
Lake, wasflnad $100 and sentenced to 60 days
Jane E. Kotaun. 299 Laar Rd.. Avon Lake, was
g i a charge of theft, wtth the sentence
fried $70 on a violation of reasonable control.
auBpendtd. Marc J. Bmcor 20480 Loram Rd.
Angel Alvarei. 1948 E. 2Bth St.. Lorain. was
Treasured Mr
. #20. FaWew Park, was hned 5200 and
.Bouquet
UneC $70 tor speeding.
awtoncwlto180 days m taH on a chugoof passGre-jory A. Smith. 2137 W. 4tst St.. Lprata.
ha bad checks, with the sentence defwred on the
was fined $85 on a no passing zone vtotatkxi.
' basis of no repeat vtoWJons and no checking acFined $65 on charges of speeding were
Michael K. Martm. 17700 E. Parkway. Lngrango;
TIT/
^SStTfSSSi^
3601 Lake Rd.. Sheffield
Edward T. Michael, 418 Xavier. Elyria; and Sandra
Lake, was fcwd $80 on a cf^rg* d passing a
L Tennant. 539 Jaycox. Avon Uke.
ttoDMd school bus.
Send the FTO*
Kevin E. Psber. 3981 Long Rd- Avon, was fincOBryinC. CowaB. 207 Oufl Rd.. Avon Lako. w w
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ed $80 for a atop sign violation.
ft^*55
on • charge of speedlna
;
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Bouquet
Mark Ruby. 884 Reglna Dr.. Vermilion, was finFined »50 for speeding wore Timothy M. Hoag.
ed $80 for failuretoyield the right ol way at a
4120 l « r y KayOrcto. North Otmsteo, and
Hoed $80 for speedtnQ were Mary Jo RusseB.
Lovely
Harberto Ua«na. 2120 E. 29th St.Lorafc .
4851 Lake Rd.. Sho'ftefcl Lake; ^odneyL. James.
Oregory Jay. 4283 Brockley. Shoffiokl Lalw.
Boxed Flowers
Large Rotes
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5869 Paula Blvd.. NorthflkJgevBto;Pntwntf K
• waa ftt«d * 3 5 on a vtohtton of assured dear
Carnations
Raj 1695 Setters Reserve. Westtake: Pamela J.
sit •;• ?X
Mixed Flowers
OlsimisW. 5257 N. Oak Court. Toledo.
^Susa»b. Lyden. 342 Bayvtow Hd.. Bay Village.
LoisD Rowley. 38525 Detroit Rd.. Avon, was
W M fined $35 for speeding.
tlned $60 for a violation ofright-of-wayat a private
drive, with $40 of the fine suspended
AVON MAYOR'S COURT
Howard T. WeOs. 120 Brookfield. Avon Lake,
Qrsmenny C. Dumboff Jr.. 2709 W. 37thi St.,
was fined $80 for excessive stow speed.
U o h . was flrwd $500 and sentence.!I to 90 days
Richard P. ABoger. 124 Shakesooare Ln.. Avon.
• T u i on a charge of DWL with 80 days of the
•entmca deferred. His d k v t r t _ticer»e was
wasflned $80 on a violation ofright-of-waywhen
wipended for one year. He was also fined $50
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'I'luMsts s.Miii all iNMtis lor On: p.ifi.T Hi
U> Ami Mi:F.;!l. r.fj^'J M. Liikt- Kil.. S l i d n«;Iil Liki:. O i l 4-itJ")-4 or cull '<4>'-r.r,:i 1
iiml k-uvi; ;i mi-ssa«*.'. Al! ik-ins nnist lit-*
[I'l.i.'ivml by n o u n on this Wt'thiosihiy
huUmi tht.'y «m> In apptJ.ir an l!u* pifLT.
Reid trips are fun. Mrs. Mahnke's p.m. 4 yr. old class.
Jack-N-Jill registration
Jw:k-N-)U1 Nursery School will be
celebrating its 25th anniversary when it
opens in September for the 1994-95
school year.
A community service project of the
Avon Lake Uni'ctl Church of Christ, the
school is licensed by the state of Ohio
and staff qualifications surpass state requirements. The teachers are degree
recipients with a Master or Bachelor
Degree in Education or an Associate
Degree In Early Childhood.
Tho kindergarten readiness program
is designed to meet the needs of the
whole child in his physical, social, mental, and emotional growth and welfare.
The program is based on the philosophy
that each child is unique with nueds being specific to liim/her. Our main emphasis is "Learning is Fun."
Registration for the 1994-95 school
year will be Tuesday. Feb. 12 in the
education wing of the church from 10-1 1
a.m.. 1:30-2:30 and 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Classes are available for 3. 4 and 5 year
old children. At the time of registration,
the Nursery School will be accepting
September's tuition in lieu of a registration fee.
For more information concerning the
school or registration, please call Marie
Rodgers. director, at 933-3241.
Women's Club to Meul. Tli.- tnm:linK
ut tiii.-StiL-iiit'ld Uiku WniiL-ti's Club ni!l
[>u O«.t. 10 at tin-' Ciimmunily Civic
Ctsnli.T. Ki!|Kirts wilt liv j;ivun hy the
diairnt.in. Gladys Kustlur will be "ivmy
a [irescnLition on
MmiticL'llu. the
beautiful hume or. Thunias )ufl't;rson.
Ku fresh men ts will he surved and guests
art; wdcume. The inwting will begin at
1:30 p.m.
Computer Orientation. Third graders
through adults can learn how tu use the
I3M compatible computer that is
available at tho Uomonkas Library. To
be qualified to use the computer you
!iius1 attend an Orientation session. The
next session will bis held Feb. 10 at 7
p.m. No pre-registration is required. For
more information call the library at
!(4<J-74 10.
Board Meeting. The Community
Civic Council Board will meet at the
Community Cunter on Feb. 16. The
mit'ting will begin at 7:30 p.m.
One is a Whole Number. This support
group for singles will meet at the Community Civic Center on Feb. 10 at 7:30
p.m. Mr. Herbert Zickuhr will show the
use of gliders in World War 11 as the
LOANS
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will l»? s.trvi'd.
SltippinK Stone-. Nursery School fall
RoKistration. Tim Slopping Stones
Nursery Schuul lus openod registration
lur liiu l!W4-«J5 school year that will
busiii in Seplombor of iy'J4. The school
is lucalwl in the United Church of
Christ. (iOJ Sunset Ave.. Sheffield Lake.
Classes are huld or. Monday. Tuesday
and Wednesday mornings and afternouns. Tho school is license by The
Ohio Department of Human Services
and provides a pre-kindergarten program for children 4 years of age:'The
aim of our program is to provide for Cie
alt around growth of the child which
will contribute to a happy and successful adjustment to his formal education. It is our atm to foster your child's
own creativity, self-reliance and positive
self-image.
For more information or to register
your child, ploase call 949-5171 or
U33-4731.
LPS meets
The LaMmood Photographic Sodety wilt hav*:
a regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday. Feb.
15 at 6 p.m. The program win be « print
competition.
One haH hour earlier (al 730 p.m.) Uoyd KeUer
win present
a mini- lecture on "The Zone
System.1* Visitors ol on agis are welcome.
Both the meeting and ihe mini-lecture will be
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Avon Lake Police Log
Deer collides with Jaycox motorist
A man was traveling nurlii uti Javcux
Road rridtiy night. Ian. 29. when suvurul
dc«r uro-ssud m front of him. OUL- dwr
was struck. datiiaKiiiB the left door,
render and headlight oT the car. Thy
driver wus uninlared. lint the devr did
not survive the accident.
In other pulico matters...
Saturday, Jan. 29
• Sevuii officers wuri: sun! In K.itun
Tmvnslii|i for Ha/m.it training.
• 1'ulici; won; u;illnl to Carrkigu l..nu;
for <i domc'jtiu dispute invulvinj; u cuitiplaimint who had just served her liusluiui with divurce papers ;md lit- wns
unhappy with it.
• A Lake Road resident reported a
dug was un the ice uver the lu\.u. He
• Thursday, Jan. 27
to get the dow. but was advised
• Police received calls from a wanted
tu go out on the ice. Police have no
Bcachwood resident who was reciviug nut
further
information
cuncermtiR the fate
harassing phone calls.
ufthe duK• A Voider Blvd. resident repotted
that a child locked hersulf in the • Owners of a car parked overnight at
Avon Lake High School reported that -sobathroom.
• Police lusted a new laser speed meone had flattened each tire.
• Continental Cabtevision reported a
detection unit.
rear duur to the building was open, and
• Gastoivn, on the corner of SR 83 an
inner door was forced open. Nothing
and Walker reported that the driver of a appeared
to be stolen.
maroon van drove off without paying
Tor gas.
• Thu YMCA reported a theft. Later, Monday, Jan. 31
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items were recovered which turned out
• Police voiced concern about one of
not to be a theft because the items
thought missing were found in the their cruisers parked at Bleser Field. Someone or something had been pushing
building.
the vehicle into tho snoiv.
• A Lake Road resident called to say
The man churned last week for tybe got his stolen car back. He said the ing• up
and aasau'.'^ig his ex- girlfriend
thieves did not take his garage door
turned himself in today. He was relbnsopener or keys to the house. Police paid
ed on S20.000 bond.
special attention to the home anyway.
333S2 Walker Rd.
Avon Lake, OH
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Friday, Jan. 28
• Kopf Construction reported the
windows of a power shovel at a Leeward
court construction site had been broken
overnight.
• Gastcwn on the comer of Route 83
and Walker reported a shoplifter had
stolen several cartons of cigarettes.
• Juveniles playing street hockey on
Meridian Street were told to stop.
• A woman called police wanting her
boyfriend removed from her Village on
the Green apartment. Tho disputo was
resolved. A short while later police were
' again called to the Village on the Green.
The matno man woi tlghting with tho
apartment manager behind one of tho
buildings. Ho was gooa on arrival.
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Scot Towels
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At - 5:30 a.m.. Lakewood Avenue
residents reported a prowler in tho urea,
pjlico were unable to locate anyonu.
Lear Road residents reported vandalism lu ltuids^upiiig.
Farm Fresh Grade A Extra Large Eggs 760
•.; We Now Discount
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consecutive Monday evenings (excluding Easter week) from 7-9 p.m. The
cost of the eight-week session is just 525
per person or married couple, and includes the S.T.E.P. book and other
materials. Class sizo will bo limited. To
roglster, or for further information,
please contact the CRS office at
933-5639. Monday through Friday from
tO a.m. to 1 p.m.
'""Vlie program will be "A
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63.
$388
Tuesday, Feb. 2
S.T.E.P. classes to begin
Attention - parents of children ages
birth to six! Community Resource Service* will sponsor Early Childhood
S.T.E.P. (Systematic Training for Effective Parenting) classes at Avon Lake
High School beginning on Monday. Feb.
28. S.T.E.P., facilitator. Maria Bonlk.
/will lead tho class through a series of
videotape presentations, followed each
-' week by amplo time for discussion and
tharing of ideas.
' These classes will bo held for eight'
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• Frozen Yogurt
Tuesday, Feb. 1
• A Curtis Road resident complained
of vehicles blocking the sidewalk.
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• The Avon Lake Animal Clinic
found a dealer license plate. It was
returned to Bob Morris Puntiuc.
• A Lake Road resident reported his
Kawasaki Jet ski had been stolen. He is
uncertain of thu exact day of the theft.
TtttYMT
Including Sundays
vyJOd
Prices Effective 2-9-94 thru 2-15-94
Diane Tarone,
Technician Practitioner
Available whether we prepare
your return or not
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By Michael Greco
AVON LAKE -- The beat gous on lor
. the Shoremen wrestlers as they wun
their sixth straight dual match. 4i)-ia.
over the Amherst Comets last Friday
night.
Avon Lake had four pins, two decision
victories and three forfcil wins, while
losing two decisions, forfeiting once and
getting pinned once.
Jeff Fanner (119) started the pins at the
1:24 (5:2.1 of the match) mark of the second period. Shawn Bristow (125)
followed thai performance with a pin at
almost Iji'e Mcntical mark. 1:23 (3:23) of
(he sanv. home. Brian Reed (145)
jumped ofi" It a ti« lead at 14-3, before
finally pinntag his opponent with 57
seconds (3:51,1 left in the second period.
Heavyweight Is™! Scott hud lo over-
come .1 deficit. After a slow sl.irl. he
managed In ilu MjimMhimi that cu-idn.'s
and fans wure Irving to net hi.ii Ui du •get to the side ul his oppuni;nt. and that
resulted in c pin jusl 22 second1; 1 : 22\
into the third period.
"The kids that wun. we expected to,"
said head coach Ken Weaver. "They
forfeited several matches to us as their
kids wrestled on the )V team."
Luke Jackson (112) jumped out loa big
lead and cruised to a H-l win. Likewise.
Jason Eisemnann 1135) scored seven
quick points in the first period and
never looked back with a 13-1 decision.
Eric C'intz (140|. Kevin Watkins (152)
and Ryan Pa-linger (183) all won by
forfeits. Keith Concar (103) forfeited for
the Shorunn,^ because he didn't make
the weight cla't according lo Weaver.
Ryan Stewart (VM) lost a tough 3-0
iii-cKiun with .ill tlinv piints ujmir.n in
the third peri.nl. [Jri.iu tliiwdun jtuUI
lust it h«artbre.iker. 3-^. I»«n Kudgers
II71J lost on a fall in the closini; sucuiids
(ii his match. Uefure that, the •.cure was
tied a' till.
"Amherst is at tho bottom of the
SWC." the coach said. "Our kids were a
little flat and maybe overconfident,
especially wilh the amount of forfeits.
They didn't wrestle quite as well."
Weaver said the kids have gained c«nfidwice during Ihe streak.
"They've been working hard all year,
he said. "Finally, they've started to feel
good about themselves afler winning. 1
think there are seven or eight
sophomores for us wrestling on
varsity."
Things certainly don't get easier for
the Shoremen as they took on Fairview.
the number itne team in the state in Division II. last night (due to deadline, the
scores of thai match were not available
In report).
"A lot of times rankings aren't deserved." Weaver said. "Theirs is. They have •
one stale champ, another that placed
third and two other state qualifiers
back."
in junior varsity action, there,,wewi.
several forfeits. In action that was com-,
pleled for AL. Josh West (145) ovenWi
a deficit and won his match 16- It. ErtL
Mathisen shut out his opponent, HHJ^JV-,
John Northcott (119) lost a 6-4 declshnffcfl
and Craig Forster was pinned Just 1.-49 *
into the match.
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After Fairview. Avon Lake takes an *jjj
another tough conference foe at Bay on
I'FHday.
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Eagles get revenge on Brookside
Cardinal head c^ach Gene Leonard,
who saw his team fall to 3-11 overall [2-ti
LCC). "We've had -n Iri cf close games
SHEFFIELD LAKE - The much anbut we're noi geniu^' Jlie breaks at the
ticipated Feb. 4 rematch between
cross town rivals Drookside and Avon. end. 1 wish • had more to say but it's
been the same story, over and over
lived up to its steamy advanced billing
again."
aiid tnen some.
Unlike the two Lorain County ConAvon has had its share of heartbreaks
ference foes* previous meeting in Avon,
and ill-fated luck, as well, losing ID
which the Cards won. there was no
straight ballgames this sti.son. before
altercation, causing the removal of the
winning their last two. including Friday
Eagle and Cardinal fans, so those in atnight's barn burner.
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tundanctj witnessed every bit of Avon's
No one was happier thar/£agle head
thrilling '--5Ql
:'"• como-from-behind coacli Dave Kvidela..^t.6says it all
victory.
-^s-comes down to diinse. and a little good
fortune.
Tho Cords faithful, Vvcro probably
"I tlilnL thnt wn w»r« Fitrtunnln In
mad uftat -.•-•alehiils thntr nijund
. cumu uul wilh a-winar—
quarter to the midway point of the comes ba=k to defense. The kids played
fourth, only to squander away that ad- hard down on the defensive end tho envantage down the stretch, with a little tire game, instead of spurts. It was an oxhelp from the Eagles.
citing uallgame. I'm happy and the kids
The guy who provided Avon wi'h th« are happy."
biggest push at crunch time was senior
Avon was indeed fortunate to escape
point guard Phil Sherrill. who scored 10 the Brookside gymnasium victorious,
of his team high 17 points in the second
with tho kind of performances the Carhalf, including the biggest shot of the dinals got from forwards James Kingcry
game with a little over a minute and u and Eric Henderson, who combined for
half remaking in th& contest.
42 of their loam's 49 points and 18 reWilh Ihc Eagle? trailing 49-17. Sherrill bounds on the night.
broke the Cards' hearts, when he Dulled
It was because of the two seniors' first
up from behind the three-point arc and half efforts, that Brookside held a 29-26
drained the eventual game winner that advantage at the half. Kingcry. who led
sent Brooksldo off tho floor on the heels his team with a game high 22, had 13
of ianothor heart- breaking defeat.
points and his frontcourt part nor tossed
//'It's been like a broken record." said in 11 during the game's first 16 minutes.
By Chris Asscnhelmer
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Baseball/Softball Signup
SHEFFIELD-SHEFFIELD LAKE - All boys and girls
between the ages of five and 17 may sign up for,baseball
and Softball on Sundays. Fob. 13. 20 and 27 from noon
to 4 p.m. at tho Sheffield Lake Community Civic Center
on Lake Road. Children who register must celebrate
their fifth birthday before Aug. 1 of this year.
• . Fees: $10 for T-ball. $30 for city league; $35 for Thurman Munson and $45 far girts and boys Hot Stove
League. Fees must be payable nt the time of registration.
First-time registrants musl bring birth certificates.
Rini-Rego Strikers
The lead was still three at Ihe end of a
third quarter in which Henderson was
unstoppable inside. He had nine paints
in the period, but the Cards failed to get
him the bail in the fourth quarter, and
they paid for it.
After Sherrill hit tho big trey.
Brookside had a couple of chances to
win it. due to the Eagles inability to hit
the front end of consecutive cne- undone free throw opportunities.
However, u Henderson offensive foul
and subsequent Kingery misfire, with It ;*
seconds left in the game, was afl'^Brookside could muster.
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Both teams were back in action Sato$ ; |
day night when the Eagles took
leasue-lead ing Oberlin. while
traveled to Keystone. "
Wrestler goes
'beyond all bounds'
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School is pleased to have on its wrestling squad, Robert Huang of Avon Lake,
who has the highest GPA (4.6) in hla
senior class of 207 students.
Huang is being recruited by Ivy
League schools. Seven of his classmate:!
on the wrestling team aro also scoring
high honors in academics. There arc ill
members of the St. Edwan;'; wrestling
squad.
"We are very proud of our wrestlers'
pursuit of excellence both in tho
classroom and on the mat," said St. Edward Heach Coach Greg Urbas. "Our
coaching itaff places emphasis on our
young men reaching 'beyond all bounds'
in all life's o^dcavors...and that is
especially true of academics."
and 17-yeur-olds to play hardball in our combined
Avon, Sheffield, Sheffield Lake and Avon Lake recreational league. This will bo a now league for people In
this ago group only. If thoro is sufficient interest, a draft
will be held for Avon Lake teams in March.
Avon I.ake players should register at tho field house
on Wednesday Fob. 9 from 6:30 to 9 p.m.; or on Saturday Feb. 19 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Recreational league
players may be on a high school team, but may not play
on a travel team.
Playors who register after tho deadline aro not
guaranteed placement on a team. The ALYDF is looking
for munagers and volunteers to run the older loague.
For more information, call the ALYI1F President Hob
Mathisen nt 033- 9025,
SHEFFIELD-SHEFFIELD LAKE - Week *2 - Tho
Strikers took on tho Mighty Ducks, and this was ono the
most oxcitlng games they have played, there wns end-mend action with plenty of great plays on offense and
defense. Tho Strikers gave it a great effort hut in Ihe end
they had to settle for a 3-3 tie.
Week #3 - Tho'Strikors won th^amri by forfeit when
tho Eagles did not show up, so ((..'.-..juni challenged tlmir
parents as the Strikers won by a score of 3-1. The injury
report on Iho parents is too long to list.
AVON LAKE - Registration for Youth Baseball (major/mi nor, Thurm.in Munson. 10/17-year-old league,
Girls Softliiill) will be held Saturday, Feb. H) from H)
a.m. to I p.m. at the field house lobby behind Al.HS.
An writing nrfjiitriition time is set for Wmlnesiluy
Feb. !) tnun lir.'lO to »:;») p.m. at Ihe field house.
r'trsl-tiine registrant* should bring birth uertiticale.s.
Baseball Hardball League
Sports Card Show
AVON LV*iti£ - Tho Baseball Federation's Thiinniin
Munson LoiSguo will take registration this year for 1 fJ-
SHEPTIiaD LAKE - The Recrejition Department is
hosting a Sports Card Show. Friday, Feb. 25 from 7 in g
Youth Baseball Registration
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St. Edward senior Robert Huang
a T-shirt with tho Greek wordtj*|
"Beyond All Bounds." The snirts
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worn by this year's squad since it
the Greeks who first elevated wrestling^
to the status of a sport.
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p.m. nt the Community Civic Center. Tho ovent is f o t ^
youths to show and trade their collections.
Residents ages 12-16 who want a tablo must ..„
by Feb. 21. Forms aro avaflable at no cost at City _
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays, and at tho Civic'|jj
Center Wednesday and Saturday, 2 to 4 p.m., and •**
Thursday, 7 to 9 p.m.
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For moro information about tl.e event, call Rocreetlon.
Director Pat Hist Engirt 919-8940.
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Free Country Line-dancing
AVON LAKE - The North Coast YMCA. at 32795;,
Walker Rd.. will offer a free country line-dancing clou}
on Tuesday. Feb. a or Tuesday. Fob. 15 at 5:30
Learn the newest lino dances: slop leather, lush i_ „
and boot-scoot 'n boogie. A pair of comfortable tonnlt ,i
shoes nre nil you need lo get startod. For more Inform*-;v
lion or to register for either of thoso free class, contact:
the North Const YMCA at 933-S100 or R35-9622. '%
Baton Classes at the Y
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AVON LAKE - The North Coast YMCA is offering;
h.ituii c nssi;sfaryoungsters ages five lo eight and nino; 'f
lo 12. Classes will be offered Saturday mornings beginii<.jT
ing r-iib. 15. This seven-week session will offer your;-;;
youngster the opportunity lo learn the basics of baton'..-,
twirling. For mure details or to register your youngster,- Xt:untact the North Const YMCA ill 033-0100 or 835-9622. ,
Lady Eagles top league leaders
By Michuul
AVON - Th.r I-aiiy K.JKI.IS roller
coaster season is riding clnser In lln.' lup
these days.
Aftur a four-KJiitiL' lusiny streak urinj;
Christmas. Avon lias cutm; back to win
four of the last five KUHH-'S. thu Ijtusl a
59-42 beating over thn It:;ij4uc luudinji
Keystone Wildcats. It is Keystone's first
LCC loss after 11 straight wins.
The Lady Eagles used their big puople
inside for scoring and rebounding and a
standard man-Io-man pressure defense
that made liFu difficult for the Wildcats.
They had trouble with turnovers and
avon when the shots were there, they
just didn't fall in.
A pair of 5*10" post pluyers. Patti
Hricovec and Carrie Stocfcard. enmbined for 35 points whilo. as a whole, while
Avon outrebounded Keystone. 44-24.
' "The wing peonlo are unselfish; they
throw the ball well in the post." said
head coach Marty Yonkof. "We wanted
to get the ball Inside, which in turn,
would open up the outside."
The defense held the Wildcats to 30
percent flB-50) from the Field. Leading
scorer Jodi Roimer. who averages 17
points per game, had 14 points (5- 15
from thefield).She scored zum points in
the third quarter and earned the rest of
them.
"The kids came to play tonight." the
coach said. "They wanted this game
coming in and did a good job on the
boards. Our quickness and putting a
hand in their face may have thrown
thom off."
Avon came out firing right away, jumping out to an B-l load. Keystone cut it to
B-4 at the 5:32 iu<i'k on a hoop by
Reimer. That is »he only two- painter the
Wildcats would see for the quarter as
they trailed 14-4 (the other two points
wore off free throws) al the end of one.
They wore |ust 1-12 from the field.
AVON LAKE YOUTH BASEBALL -•
REGISTRATION
Tin- L.tilv K.mli's s u i r r i l !'i>-- l!r>t tunr
,)UiiN uf llit' s e c o n d fr.imi' (u U'> H[> Wi--1
ht'furo A m y |i»!nismi sctm-d a\ ilit.' H.!H
m.irk. M.irnii' ).Hiik IJJIIU! ')lf I hi.- bt'tuili
in si.nnr s i x (joints a m i Imlp c u t tin;
ik'ficil to li.VM iit tin.' :t:i4 rn.irk a m i
•H-2A with W si.'i.inuls left btftire
halftinit;. Mricuvei: hit a 17-fnulfr at t n c
buzzer lu p u s h ihe l e u ! back iiji to ei«ht
at 34.'Jli.
T-Sall. Pee Woe. Vajor/Minor. TJiurman Munson.
16-17 yr. old Leagues and Gifts Softball
Saturday, February 19th
1O.CO a.m. -1:00 p.m.
Early in the third [leriud. thu lead w.«cut to' 34-28 on a b-isk.-t by AiirianmMonday. However. Stocking whu
played in the Firs* half, really made her
presence known with seven thirdi|utjrter points. Meanwhile. Keystone
committed 10 turnovers and went
almost three minutes without a point or
rebound. Slrckard hit a jumper with
seven seconds loft in the quarter Ui push
the advantage to 5CKJ4.
Hncovec really iced the contest with a
three-point play at the 5:22 mark to make
it 53-30. She punched in a deuce with
3:08 to go to make the score 57-39.
Hricovec led the Lady Eagles with 22
points am! Stockard added 13. Amy
Scappucci contributed nine points.
Avon shot 4D percent (2G-56) from the
field.
Janik aided Reimer with 12 points.
The win also avenges an earlier setback to Keystone, a seven-point difference on (an. 5. YonVof said a similar
situation happened last year in that
Avon won the second game between the
two schools to knock Keystone out ; of
first place.
Avon made it a sweep on the night as
the JV squaa won also. 49-26. jamie
Lunato led the squad with 11 points and
Lynn Wernert added nine.
As of Feb. 2. the Lady Eagles improve
to 10-7 (7-4 LCC) and in third place.
They pbyed at Clearviow Monday night
and host second-place Firelands tonight.
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"White Owl." ridden by Andrew Henderson, age eight of Avon
AL swimmers garner several
places at Rocky River Jheet
"Undeniable." ridden by Jeff Gogul and owned by Mrs. Karen Hritz of Avon.
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with horses competing In a alx-stato
• radius (Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, New York and Indiana) for
top bailors.
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Linda Hondorson and her horse "West
Palnl" woro ycar-cnd champions in the
Novico Amaicur and the Adult Amateur
Working Hunter Divisions., .
Mrs. Honderson also placed fourth nationally with tho American Horse
Shows Association's Zone 5 Adult
Amatour Division over 30 years of age.
•-•; Karon tyitz's horse. "Undoniable,"
was chemylon with tho Ohio Professional Horcemon's Association Tor the
Pre-Greun Working Hunter Division.
"Undeniable" was shown exclusively by
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- trainer's Beth Niolson and Jeff Cogul of
^ Maypiho Farms, Willoughby Hills. Ohio.
dolling. Diane Riborson.. Ulrich a
Beth Sutton earnetl a 10th place in 1
girls 10 and under medley relay.
Jon Ulrich, swimming in the boyi
and 12 age group, scored,* 6th place rib-^
bon in the 50 froe and an 8th place In ttie^
50bac!t.
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Tho 13-14 year-old boys were paced by^
Matt Webor who earned a 5th place tog.
the 50 free and an 8th place in tho 1003$
free. Dan Froohlich also scored in this^A
ago group earning a 9th place in tho
2Q0'j
backstroke.
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Nicule DeMartinis led the local
swimming in the Open Age Group tcbi
ing a 3rd place siwm in the 200 butterfly!
and two Sth-place finishes in tho 100 fly$
and 100 fntermediate as woll as two 81*
places in the 50 .('roe and 200 free. Br'-Sam Putkonen's horse, "Case in
Earley swam to a 9th-placo finish ii» ...<,,
Point." (owned jointly with Linda
50 free followed by Aubrey Concar who
Henderson) was Reserve Champion in
finished 10th.
the Pro-Green Working Hunter Division.
"Our younger kids have made
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my assistant coach. |an Alurovic, a lot of
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Elizabeth Boiling placed seven times
credit," Coach Gary Fahey sold. "An11n1 I lPoint"
was rated as one e.f in tho girls 10 and under events: 50 free
thony Damolio, Jay Conroy and Josh
(7th), 50 breast (8th). 50fly(9th). 100 Brown had a great meet thanks to her
the top four-year-olds in tho country.
guidance."
Sara will compete year locally and na- back (9th). 100 breast (ethj. 100 free
(10»h) and 100 individual jnodley i*llth).
tionally in tho Children's Working
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Both Allison Hritz and Andrew
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AVON - Five residents woro
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AVON LAKE - The Swim Team fared
very well against slitf competition at the
Lake Shore Swim Team Ctub s moot
held (an. 22 and 23 at3o=ky R»"er High
School.
[erf Conroy paced the 8 and under
boys uge group witn a lst-placo finish in
the 25 free with a time of 18.31 seconds.
Conroy followed with a 3rd-placo swim
in Ihc 25 back. 4th in thb 25 (ly. sixth in
the 25 breast and two sevenths in the 50
breast and 100 individual medley.
Matt Haban scored four times earning
two 5th-place awards (25 breast and 50
free), a 6th in thn 50 back and 0a 10th in
th", 25 fly. Anthony Darnel* scored
twice In tho 7 and under boys: 25
backstroke (10th) and 25 free 112th).
Sovnn-year-otd Amanda Ulrlchlook a
4th placn in the 25 breast and a Bth place
in Ihr 25 butterfly.
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(5lh) and 25 backstroke (7th)- Julio was
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WInaen again: This is galling to be
redundant, but Facts are fads. Ai.d th'_>
facts are that the Avon Lake basketball
teams continue to spotlight the area
sports scene.
The Shorcgals remain second in the
state with a 16-0 (10-0 SVVC) record.
Megan Chawansky is averaging 19.9
ppg. leading the team. She scared 32 in a
77-58 win an Jan. 29 over Fairvinw and
had a 18 point effort in a 59-19 win over
Amherst last Wednesday.
Chawansky cortainly has be«n the
most noticeable name mentioned.
Howaver, Beth Loro, who is doing an excellent job inside: steady Stacey Fifer.
who b headed for Wright State next
year; and other players have really stepped ll up and should be given some
recognition also. This Is a solid team
that can go sight or nine poople deep.
The Shoremen are ranked 14 th in tho
state. After a loss to powerhou^
Benedictine on Jan. 27, AL came back
with a 95-S7 throttling over Fairview the
very next night.
Sean Deosy led the team with 18
points and 10 toammatoa found the boxicors. Like tho Shoregals, the Shoremen
havo gottfjn gocil balanced scoring,
dospito missing Injured leading scorer
Chris Potts. Van Harter is scoring
around 15 per game.
Brookslde 3-9 (2-5 LCC) is lod by Eric
Handorson, who Is averaging 16 ppg,
while fames Klngory is at 15.4 ppg
Meanwhile, Avon picked up its first
LCC win on Feb. 1, a 69-62 victory over
Firolands. Dave Gendok led the squad
with 18 points.
In girls play, tho Lady Card* are 8-6
(6-5 LCC) with wins over Elyria West.
50-33 and Cloarviow, 41-37. Kathy
Honsloy led the toam with 12 points
agatost EW, whllo Colleen Serowski.
pumped In 11 against the Clippers.
„• AL WrwlHng, too? Whilo much of the
:BttentIon is «>irrounding the basketball
teams, tho Shoremen wrtMlllng program
has quietly started to move forward.
AL is on a five-match winning streak.
ovor Rocky Rivor. North Olmsted. North
RidgovUle, Firelands tnd Columbia.
c Leading tho way is Shawn Bristow
(125) ot 16-3; Jeff Farmer (119), 14- 3:
:
Ryan Pallingor (1891. H-4: Eric Canto
(140), 13-5; and Koith Concur (103). 8-5.
"I wasn't sura how woll wo would do
since we were so young." said coach
Kon Weaver. "Then. 1 was concerned
about losing tho first two contests, hut
thoy kept working at it."
Tho Shoreman wrostlod Amnerst rriday night (BOO relatad story) and had a
makeup with SWC poworhouso Fairviow last night.
AL travels to Olmstod Falls for tho
confore»icc moot on Fob. 19 and, for the
second straight yeor.^he sectionals on
Feb. 25 and 26.
BHS U putting tho urrops on their
V resular season also, with a 5-3 record in
"dual niolchoa. Coach BUI McPhia roaf0
firmed that four wrostlora have boon
leading the way. Kon Chandler 1140) is
16-1. The junior is on pact* to set thr.
school record fur wins. Tho otliors art;:
Chuck Schill (15:>) 14-1: Hector Apontu
|18U). H-l; and Huuvyweight Lou
Tiirone. 15-2.
"The rest of the squad is roi-1 young."
the coach said. "They're improving, but
it's taking <nvhitf> and everybody elue has
improved also. The key is getting out of
the sectionals because anything can happen after that."
Next up fen the Cards is th« conference tournament this Saturday at
Firelands. a tri-malch on Feb. 19 involving Lincoln West and Nupoleun and the
sectionals Feb. 25 and 26 ut Otmstud
Falls. This is the second straight yjar for
H rooks id e at this locution.
BHS Gymnasts: The Lady Cards had
two matchL>3 recently. One was prelty
positivo: the other not so good.
On Jan. 20. BHS (101.4 score) fell in
tri-match with Medina (1.10.101 and
Cloverteaf (108.8). Heidi Moran finished
fourth on the vault.
Things were much better on Jan. 29 in
trl-match with Elyria (105.75). BHS
(101.7) and Rocky River 196.0). Moran
and Missy Dader tied for second on the
vault. Bador was third and Moran fourth
OP the bars. Bador was third and Moran
fifth on the balance beam, and Moran
was second while Bndcr was fifth in the
floor exorcise. Both Moran and Bador
tied for third in the all-around
competition.
"It has been a very good year, despite
tho injuries," said coach Stephanie
Wolanski, noting seven of her 13 performers have been hurt recently. "Our
scores have been consistent (team
overage around 101 per match).
The Lady Cards host a 2C-team sectional tournament this Saturday.
Fan behavior again: Thoro was n letter to tho Editor in the Jon. 26 edition of
The PRESS, concerning AL fan
behavior at tin Sboregals-Wcstlako BB
3amo on )an. 15.
I was at the game and concur totally
with the anonymous writer. I heard
almost everything ho/she described: the
people's negativism about the other
team and rofs. except the racial slurs.
At anothor recent Shoregals game, a
North Olmstod fan wasn't rani ahv ohoitl
his feelings for the referees. ' And
everybody knows what happunud at u
Avon-Brooksidu game BB earlier in this
season.
Liston. folks. This is JUST a GAME.
Obviously, fans want their team to win;
but at what price—berating a roferoo.
who is jusl doing his/her Job.
Let the kids bo part of thu victory or
defeat, tho joy or heartache and
PLEASE lot tho people in charge do
their job. without grief.
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car is accurately repaired to factory
specifications by our fiify troined
lochnlciano.
Preschool parents meet
Tha Avon Lake Preschool Parents Association
will hotd its next gcnoral meeting en Monday.
Feb. 14 In the cafeteria of tha Avon Lake High
School. Tho featured speaker is Glna Shaffer, a
fitness instructor tronrthe YMCA. who will lead
all willing participants In an actual workout (aim
tor 30-40 minute* ot owreiso she warm), so
crieaso dross tor the occasion. Tha Avon Uko
Preschool Parents Aaoociatlon la a non-profit
organization of parents ot young children, from
birth to 6 years, whose main objective is to team
more about our children In order to become bettor parents, helping our children to grow sa'er/
and happily.
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^
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Phone 216.933-3500 Cleveland 835-5900
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Tonight, Wednesday, Feb. 9 the Lumberjacks will battle
the "Russian Penguins" (the Central Red Army Team)
in a 7:35 p.m. game at the Coliseum.
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By Mtihael Groco
COLUMBUS - A Shulliuld l.ak«
nalivu lias heuti ;ippoint«J to the riink t»[
cotonul. assumiiiB '!'•- posit" 0 " t i [
Tiies. 8c Frt. 9-7; Sat, 2:30-6
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Shipley.
,
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Urgent Care & Family Practice Occupational Health Services
• No Appointment Necessary
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• Most Insurances Accepted
• Physicals
On Slto X-Hay & Lab Faculties
Horn:
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Wc&er Rd.
l
33398 Walker Rd., Avon Lake (Next To Drug Mart)
lion on Jim. 21. iff is the 11th
suiwriiilvnilBiil or the Ohio HiKhwuy
Patrol, succeeding Coloiml Thomas
Kicr. who retired.
Uiivii^. 51. is -i l'J0*> Rruduatu oi the
71st Academy Class. He h a t had
numerous assignments ivith the Patrol
since lttG'3. including Delaware Post
Commander (1978). district commander
(IUUJ-B7) and commander oT Field
Operations in 1U9O. prior to his promoU. Warren H. Davies, superintendent
tion in 1391 to his present assignment as
Statu Highway Patrol
.*{
commander of the Office of Investigativn Services.
Covurnor George Voinovich noted, i|
-We'll deal primarily with traffic
"The Ohio Stato Highway Patrol is one
crashes, continuing our efforts to reduce of the most respected law enforcement
the number of fatalities through DUI
agencies in this country." he said. "Maand speed unforcomunt and more volunjor Davies has the support of this office
tary compliance use of safely bells."
in maintaining that respect, and In tho
Davics .saitL
pursuit of the Patrol's mission." •/•"•
Prior to joining ihc Highway Patrol in
Davies is married with two children, ^
1966. Davies served with the U.S.
lives in Columbus and is au avid runnar.^S
Marino Corps, and maintained a iopHo holds an Associate Degree oi*gLp$M
secrot White House security clearance
plied Science in Public Administration.^
as presidential security and honor guard
from LCCC and a Bacholorof Science In^a
at the White House. Camp David and
Psychology from Heidelberg Colloga I B ^
Blair House during the Kennedy and
Tiffin. Oavios also completed a course o ^
Johnson administrations.
study at Northwestern University TrajL
As a trooper. Col. Oavios served seven
•He Institute.
:. v'.f."j-,
years at Elyria. where he was honored
Shipley
noted
that
Davies
was
selected;
as Post and District Trooper of the Year
from a field of 18 applicants.
-'^
in 1972.
Avon Police Log
Definitions of some of the abbreviations found
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JAN. 28
I1
0041 . Traffic ivtop Moore & tracks. Male arrested
lor DUI.
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0318 - SuapKloiJS person riding a tthe down
Schwartz Rd. - Juvenile out of North Ridaovtlle.
0423 • High water on Nagle south of Schwartz.
0451 - Alarm di'op at Assembly Partners. Checked OK.
0541 - Flos, alaim on Long Rd. Checked OK.
0617 - DMVon Waofo.
0811 • DMVRt. 011 S 1-90.
1B14 • LockouriH AOCC.
JAN.29 ^
!
00t2 • Prowler at1 a residence on Jay cox. UTL
0139- Dog hit bi a car on Frmich Creek Fid.
1457 - OMV 1-90 between Joycox a Rt. 83
1916- 0MV WB 1-90 at county lino.
2339 - Natural gal teak Jay CO» 4 Schwartz
JAN. 30
0027 • A 4 wheel ATV on Jayco*. UTL.
00-10 • Squad run to Detroit Rd. address
0132 - DMV al 76 Station
014fl • Suspicious vehicles! McDonalds. Check--:
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0822 - Vehicle In the ditch on Stoney ft Mils. .'• >,
1600 • 0MVW8 t-90 at 151mm
JAN. 31
2127 • DMV WB 1-00 & SH 83
2138 - DMV WB 1-90 at county Bne
FEB. 1 .
0325 - Suspicious vehicle on
Checkwd OK.
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0325 • Alarm drop at Duoont. Checked OK.
0725 - B&E at AOCC
1040 • DMV Milter & Rt. 811.
1249-DMV EB 1-90 Bt 154mm
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1929 • MVA SR 83 S I-SO
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2324 - MVA Rl. ?54ftSR 63
FEB. 3
0728 • Drums In roadway WB 1-90 east of S«! U><d
1713 • DMV WB I-BO at county Hne
2037 • DMV WB t-CO at 151 .Smm
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Avon IJM-, Ohio
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INSURANCE
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Open 7 iUp a nwli
Wt mil* ( i m r t Lixrn orrunwnfv
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AVON OAKS NUESNG HOME
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Our Linuly serving a m
fjnulks for 27 yrar*
3TKO French Crert Rd., Avun
9M-52O4
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215 Miller »d
Avon I, ike
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RESTAURANT &
LOUNGE
SISSON'S FLOWERS,
CARDS & GIFTS
690 Avon Beklen Hd.
Avnn U k * . Ohio
Phone 433-3253
33W)L»k«Rd.
Avon Like. Ohio
Phone 933-KW7
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Or. Doruld R. Rowles
516 Avon BeUen
Avon Lake. Ohto
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4786 Lake Hd.
Sheftleld Lake
THE PRESS
TOM'S COUNTRY
1H Lear RdVP.O. Box 300
Avon Lake, Ohio
Phone 933-5100
"W«dn«d»y Ittft
Wednesday/ Without
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PLACE/
CATERING
3430 Staney Ridge Kd.
Avon
934-4533
THE CHILDREN'S
CENTER
AVON LAKE
PRINTING
Avon Lai* Community
33467 Lake Rd.
Avon Lake. Ohio
Phone 933-2800
1-S00-27M43I
Eduatlcn Center
237 Deunar Blvd.
Avon Uke Phone 933-515*
"Helping Young Children Learn'
MEL0D1E AUSTIN'S
SEASONS I N COLOR
and IMAGE OF SUCCESS
BONNIE'S LAKESIDE
SALON
« Moore RdAvonUVt, Ohio
Phcnc $33-9074
PenonaUwri haintvUng for men,
womtn k children
DR. ROMAN DOIWKA
... . Optometrist
513 Moore Kd., Suite 3
Avon Uikc, Ohio
933-EYES or 933-3333
2630 Dover Center Rd.
WruUke 44143 835-FACEOU3)
"Why look toed, when jou
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RAY'S AUTO &
TRUCK SERVICE
30219 Colorado Ave.
Avon. Ohiu
rhcne 914-431B
"Cog-sootl It's Vatantlna'a Day and my
Bwatthaart hastoftma-our lowtopptodInto ruins.
What ami to do?"
Dont daapalr, my canlr,* Caaanovn. tpdng t*
In th* air and low la on th* horizon. Thara'a a
Valentin* (of ycu. You'll M t .
.low k indatd "a iptandtd thing"—moat of
tha URW. In this caaa, pafhapa It waa only "puppy
low," but moat of ua have auffarad a brokan haart
only btar to tvallxs a mora appropriate tnolc*.
Thla Valantlm'a Day, II you ara hcppUy In h>v*
with "tfM ont," calaont* your tracaun. If you an* not
In -yn -apadal ntatlonaMpr but would Ilk* to ba,
worship Ood,hava faith and talabuli th> constant
tqva that H> b—tow upon i x —ch momant
God's low should mate you «nlk»_and that's
wondtrfuL Somaom who naada your unite ]ust might
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EASY STORAGE
Mini Storage/Ail Sizes
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B20 Center Rd.(RLK»
Avon. Ohio
phone 937-68M6
"All your tundymtn" n « d i "
38390 ChnlerRoMl
1-90 &Rte. 611
ArotxOhio
Phone 934-6300
PHIL'S
SHELL SERVICE
HRELANDS FLOORS
"Serving the tmt for
ear 30 ymrj"
An
449 Avon Brtdrn
933006^
Wrrwlllm
1W8 Sute Rt 60
967-8775
Opvn Daily? a.m. to 10 p.m.
Oprn Sundjy H a.m. to S pm.
iXjIB iJk* KiMtl. Avon Uhe<
9.WB710
32W0 Drtnill Rd.
Avon. Ohio
rnone 937-6201
PAINT & PAPER
PLACE
BURMEISTER-BUSCH
FAMILY FUNERAL CHAPELS
Wjtkvr Squ-ire 3Uft
3274* Walkrf Rd.
Avon LJW. Ohm
31000 Drtroll Rd.. Avon
163 Avon Driden
Avon Lake, Ohio
Phone W-3202
AVON LAKE
B.P. OIL
ALLEN HEATING Sr
COOLING
"Full scrvke facility"
Ccmer of W«lkrr * Rta-. 83
614 Moore Rd.
AvunLakcOhki
Phone 933-2535
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SKUGGEN & BENSON
INSURANCE AGENCY
3(165 DrttoilRd.llOl
A»on
934-1603 • 8 3 5 * 5 2
H 4c J AUTO SERVICE
1300 Moore Rd, Avon
934-4746
EPA Inspection Sutton'
Full fcrvkc auto repairs
All n u k n of o n it Uucki
GREAT LAKES
GYMNASTICS
33600 Pine Oak P*rtwny
Avun Lake, Ohio
COMMUNITY CHURCH SERVICES
AVON LAKE
ST. CLEMENT OF OHRID N1ACED0NIA
AVON LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
LAKESIDE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
ORTHODOX CHURCH
321 L « r Rd. 933-9524 .
Elroy Holt, Minister
5unday 9O0 a m Fellowship It refreshments
10 am. Sunday School; 11 a.m Worship
6 pm. Bible Study; 7 p.m. Worship
Wed. 7O0 pm. Prayer Ic Storing
33149 Uke Rd. 933-1115
Pastor Gary BUby
Sunday Worship U t f ) a x i
Wfdnnday Prayer Meeting 7 p m
3B665 French Crerk Rd.. Avon T
Boiko Klprovski. Minister
Sun. I0-J0 a.m.
FREEDOM CHAPEL
CHRIST EVANCEllCAl LUTHERAM CHURCH
LAKE SHORE UNTTED MHHODIST CHURCH
32747 Uke Rd.
933-6263/P»itar Lynn 5chlc«man
WonWp Scrvfn I&15 a.m.
Sunday School 9 «.m.
AVON LAKE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
3X340 Etcctric Blvd. 933-6240
Dr. Alfred A. Hart, Patlor
R M . I71-90M * •
Sunday WunWp 9-J0 and 11:00 a.m.
Church School 900 and 11 a.m.
AVON
ST. MARY o( the IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
AVON LAKE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
32W1 Electric Blvd. 933-3241
';••
Dr. E. WUllamt Malhewi, Interim Mlntoler
JUv. M*rkP«mt»rton, AmocUte Minister
Sunday Wonhip k Sunday School 9 » m & 11 a.m.
Crib Room k Nursery Available
Vnper »ervlce*Saturday 5 pm.
'
2M0 Sloney Ridge Rd. 934-4212
Avon, Ohio
Arthur D. Eg*n. Minuter
. MJiiae* Sat-500 p m
Sua » a.m.-10 a.m.-12 Noon
Wed. 700 pm.
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST
31B47 U k * Rd. 933-3330
Sunday 10 a.m.
Wednesday 7J0 p.nv
CHRISTIAN HERITAGE
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
HOLY SPIRIT CHURCH
|410 Lear Rd. 933-3777
WUliitm B. Psdavlck, Pwlor
Weekdity* BJO a.m.
JSJIL 4 JO & 700
^
p.m.
Sun. WXM0J0O2 Noon
IsT. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH
h * 9 » U t * Rd. 933-3152
I ) . Norman Riley. Mintsier
|sun. 4 S) l .'m.*00«m-10-30.m.l2
Noon
SHEFFIELD LAKE
NEW HAVEN BAPTIST
AVON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
37711 Detroit Rd, Avon 934-5121
Minister: Dr. Davkl W. Bloor
Sunday 10 a.m. Worship Service
Sunday School 9:00 a.m.; Bible Study - Wed.
7JO p m : Chiiir Practice 9:15 a m.
36090 Chesler Rd., 937^326
Rev. John Bunney
. , . . , .
Morning Worship and Children s Church
9:00 a.m. and 1045 a.m.
Evening Worship 600 p.m.
Thursday Family Nighi
(CompWe Chrtslbn Ed Program) 7O0 p.m.
UNIVERSAL LIFE Comou'K Chiptl
Home nt the "ln'l rhurcl.ous* BIS"
Home Computer T « h - 1ICT - Mlruslry
Connect 11 p.m.-B a.m. Frl -Sal. It Sua
Call 937-6150 ]im Ullle, Puslor
CHURCH OF GOD
374C5 Oetrolt Rd., Avon (Ch. 934-5110)
Rev. Daniel Svagetko
,. ,
Sunday Schnol 10:00 a.m.
Sundjy Morn. Worthlp HOT a.m
Surday Eve. Wot»Wpfc00 p m
Thursday FamilyTMlntngltowr7*0 p.m.
33601 Detroit Rd.. Avon 937-5363
Father John J. Corskl. MlnWer
Sat 5 pm.. Sua 9 a.m-10-30 a m-12 Nron
Garden and Lakeland D r . Avon 934-4710
Rev. Wayne D. Decker
Sunday School. Adult Bible C L I M 1&45 a.m.
Woohlp 9-JO > m.
326C? EtocWc Blvd. 933-8S2D
Gary R-Schroedcr. Mlnlilcr
Sun. fc« a m Sunday School
SJO a.m. * 11*0 a.m Morning Wonhlp
Ev«ni.nsS«rviortJOp.in.
W«d. &3M:15 p m AWANA Clubs
(Non-Denumiiu Uonal)
1175 Sloney Ridge Rd.. P.O. Box 205
Avon. OH 44011 Ph. 934-6252
Sunday: IftOO«m. "CROSSWALK" r»dk< 104.9 FM
11 «J Worship Service
Wednesdiy: 700 p.m Bible Study It coJfee
HOLY TRINITY ROMAN
CATHOLIC CHURCH
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH
if
•
33119 Electric Boulevard 933-5238
Meredith D.Colenun, Minlaier
Wonhlp 10-DO am.
Nursery flnd Crib Rcom Care b Available During
the Wonhlp Hour
, - '
Sunday School 11:10a.m.
(
5290 French Cnrk 934-4293
ShrfMd. Ohio 44054
RicKird Whltr. Pastor
9.45 a m 5unday Schrol
11.00am Worship
600ChuichTralnin«
7ft) Worship
..,..,
Wed. 700 Prayer It Bible Study
SAINT THOMAS THE APOSTLE
CATHOLIC CHURCH
715 Iform Raid. ShelfieU Lake949-7744
John J McCalFrcy. P.»tor
Sit, < p.m.
Sun. fl ,W a m-tOJO a mV.200 p m.
UCC OF SHEFFIELD LAKE
(03 Sunset It Ktcrtrtieu
(316)949-5171
The Caring Commu.tity Church
PrtHor Robert Reich
Worship Service - 1000 a.nv
"Share, Prayer.Care" »3O-1O:15am
Nursery avalUble
GOOD SAMARITAN
NURSING HOME
CrrenhxiM & &nlen Ccnlvr
(Since 196A)
We grow uur own «o w« ore!
5422 Detroit Ra.
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937-5161
SPARKLE MARKET
33479 Uke Rd.
Avon U k * . Ohio
Phone 933-6203
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LUPE CHEVROLET
TRUCK and GEO
607 MUler Road
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Cleveland line 835-3333
CHURCH OF GOD, SHEFFIELD
THE CHURCH LOVE IS BUILDING
2290 North Abbe Rd. 934-6223 or 934-6992
John P. Yeoman, Minister
Scot! Skeem. Minister of Youih * Murtc
Sunday School 1000 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a-m.
5unday Evenlrg Worship 620 p.m.
Wed. LLF.E. 7£0 pJn.
HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH
4792 Outer Rd.. Sheffield, W9-26J0
Worship Hour: Sunday- Momtafs 10O0 a j n , Nunwry
Avatbbte. Educational Study OppomirdUtK Sunday
Momlna adull/ehildren 9:15 *.n; Tuesday 7-JO p j n . In
home WWe «udy. Wed. 700 p.m. Communltjr B1W* Study
bill denMntaaUorw welcome)
LAKE BREEZE CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN
1430 Uke Breeie Rd, Sheffield
Carroll Starker, P«"or
900 a.m. Sunday School. 1000 ajn. WonWp SenrJr*
7flJ p m WidmMlajr Bible Study
949-7SUor2W-U4B
HRST BAPTIST CHURCH
633 lUrris Rd., Sheffield Lake M9-O9S
Rev. BUly B. Cooper RM. W9-7S70
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Youth Dlrettor-Loreol Schneider
Music Director-Jim Watson
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Sun. School 9AS a.m, Mominf Wonhlp 1W0 «-m.
Evening Worship 6M) p.m. Youth Wbte Study 7:15 pJr*,
and Mid Week Pnycr Swvk» 7:13 p.m. Wednesday. ,
SAINT TERESA CATHOUC CHURCH
1878 Abbe Rd.. SheflleU 934-4237
Rev. Edward J. Luca. JCD. Pastor
Sat.: 400 p.m.
Sua 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
BAY VILLAGE
BAY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
29931 Lake RIMG ii'1 VilUce, Ohio
fJl-Tfxa Reverend Au'nd flubler
9:30t UM5unday WorshipServkt*
9O0 Church Schcd-All Age*
tO-JO Coffee Fellowship
ST. BARNABAS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH
468 Bradley Ro*d al Wolf ROM], Bay Village
The Rev. R. James Tasker. Rector
Sunday Servicr. S:00 am. Holy Communion; lOiX) a.m.
Holy Communion; iftOO a.m.
Sunday School Wednesday 1000 a.m.
Monday 10:00 am. Bible Study
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BAY VILLAGE CHURCH ON THE RISE
NMV Denoml rational
Located al V) mile East of Huntlngtort Bnch.
on the south skle of Lake Road.
Sunday Servka 1030 a.m. and 600 p.m.
Kids on the Rise 10J0 a.m.
Royal Rangers and Mhakonctie* 600 p.m.
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Call 933-4944
Pastor P»ul Endrd. ChUdrtm Patlor Jim VVUkw
event in which over 400 study projects are exhibited byj,
students from gifted programs throughout Lorain Coun-3
ty. The Fair serves as a culminating activity for thesej
student projects and it is made possible by the Lorala,
County Cifted Consortium with the aid of critics who||
lire local professional educators and community,
members. This is the largest Independent Study Fair in
thu Stale of Ohio.
Sheffield
Sheffield Lake
City Schools
Independent/Group Study Fair. On Ian. 29 approximately 3D students from ShoffieM-Sheffiuld Lake attended the Lorain County Independent/Group Sludy
.Pair at Lorain County Joint Vocational School.
Each student ur groups of students exhibited a study
which they had been preparing since tht> beginning of
the school year. Students chose the topic for their indeplh stories which wore extremely varied ami structured to Bloom's Taxonomy which is a progression of
higher levels of thinking anci learning.
S.E.E.K. (Super Educational Experience for Kids)
students from Mrs. Graltan's classes in grades four and
five pnrticipatcd in this event. Each student presented
their projects to a critic who evaluated their work.
Jessica Jacob, Jessica Blaseg and Danielle Logar Many hours of rusoarch, creativity and preparation
working on their projects (or the Independent/Group were put into these projects.
Study Fair.
The Lorain County Independent Fair is an annual
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Mrs. Ria Terranova-Webb presented tn the William
VV. Uarr and Forest Inwn Elementary students u
challenge to develop their lliealer interests. She is tho
artistic director of the newly created Rainbow Theatre
Workshop. The workshop will be held on Tuesdays
from 3:30-5 p.m. in thu knullwnod Elementary School
Cytn from Feb. 1 lo April 2t>. The 13 week classes will
cost $-18 and school bus transportation is availablo to
Knollwood after school.
The Rainbow Theatre Workshop is a theatre prograir
where students will cooperate to develop skills in communication, concentration, observation, characterization, and improvisation using thcatru games, creative
movement and rhythms. Students will also craato and
use simple costumes, props and sots.
The first performances will grow from workshop ex•: periences. As tho ensemble skills improve, more ambilious productions will follow. This is a pilot prograj
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Refreshments included a variety of donuts. milk, juico to
and just for the dads, coffee.
PTO hostesses for "Donuts With Dad' were Gail
Cifranic. Dawn Nichols and Uavvn Klingshirn.
We aru all looking forward to our PTO dads hosting
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5 p.m. to Thursday evening at 7 p.m. beginning
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be unchanged in formac
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"Donuts with Dad" held at Knoltwood Elementary.
WORKSHOP IMPROVISATION PARTICIPANTS. L-fl:
Ria Terranova-Webb, Crystal
Schuster, Sara Neuman, Jim Gruenloh, Jennifer
Carlson; Melanie Ritter.
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tiun of Communion each
week as always. Prayer requests for intercession aru
part of the service. All arc
welcome to this Informal
mid-week s e r v i c e .
Dorothy Moldonhaucr is
the sponsoring Deacon.
Academic notes
DONUTS WITH DAD. Knollwood School held its anTarn a m S a k u c h .
nual 'Donuts With Dad' on Tuesday. Jan. 25. This daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
special event is sponsored by Knollwood PTO and is Dennis Sakach of Avon
just far our kindergarten students and their dads. Laka, has been named to
the dean's list for the 1993
fall semester at Miami
University. She is a third
year student majoring in
secondary education
mathematics.
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933-6195
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Remodeled bath! Completely painted • In 4 out! Don I miss tn.s
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KATHY KREEGEH
(654322J(HOT 7131)
Amherst
3 Colonial
Avon
Avon
Avon
Avon Lake
Avon Uke
A»on Lake
Aven Lake
Avonlaie
Avon Lake
Avo,i Lake
Avon Lake
Avert Lake
Lorain
Lorairt
North Ridgevilte
North RkJgeviile
Marblehead
Mddle Bass Uland
Rocky River
Rocky River
Rocky River
Sheffield Lake
Sfoffidd Lake
Sheffield Lake
Sheffield Laks
Sheffield Lake
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Westlake
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PRICE
Schmeltef
$122,900
Bern*
S245.W0
586,900
597,900
Mayet
S99.900
Kroner
S84.900
Claycomb
SS2.900
$434,900
Krasin
$169,900
Moran
S99.000
Wakefleld
595,000
5134.900
Tetofakis
$55,900
Wiley
$204,500
Krasin
564.900
Block
S74.900
Mazur
SS6.50Q
TiWen
592,900
Moran
555,000
Hisey
$4,900
Hisey
$139,900
Wiley
5122.900
Wiley
$196,500
Wiley
569,000
CoughRn
$83,900
Kreeger
599,900
Krasin
J83.900
Hoou
563.900
Gremling
J 109.300
TBtorakis
$118,500
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A HOME YOU'LL BE PROUD TO 0WN13 bedroomranchin the
sflo't, Uodwn, apactous kitchen, delightful finished basement. 3
bedrooms, garage. Avon U k e . P l c * » hufiy! This gem won t last
TRADITIONAL BEAUTY - Over-slied lot. * bod. 2V% bath!
Neutral! Finished basement, period for family gathering! Worth
your lime lo Investigate - $244,9001 933-8195.
KATHY KREEGER
(«8159)(HOT 2027)
933-7700 or 871-8880
NEW LISTING. - LAKE ERIE VIEW - The next best thing Ic
lakclionl is North s k i * Of Loko Rd. In Avon Lnke. Featuring 3/4
bedrooms, beautiful brick fireplace, hardwood floors, rcmodoied
kitchen & 2 full baths. Nice, deck oil master bedroom overlooks
Ihe lake. Just shy of Vi acre & a rower 3 car garage. 933-6195.
PET^TETORAKIS
<655752)(HOT10M)
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yowih d uch Rubor. and a* ttch. a»raion tt>
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YOUn DREAH HOHEIt Impresslvo marble tile reception hall
wtteometti Cooking isn't dutl in th« efficient kitchen, a beauty. A
tarnfly room, formal dining rm. 1st ft. laundry - V, bath, office and
IMng room, complete) U» 1st floor,'4 bedrooma on 2nd, ba*omont. 3 y n . old. Can and let us ten you about it. $230*s. Avon
Lako, 93*6105.
MAflY V0RI3EK
(W4008HHOT 7001
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Commercial
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LORAIN INDUSTRIAL PARK
Industrial M M 2-50 H U M . WUI salt or
burid 10 *i»\. Two 6.000 sq.IL SpOCM
now available. Located odiacant to
Ford Motor Co. off Brunswtck Hd. bet*s<in Hti.2/90. Loiain. Otiio.
Contact Dtnrtf DeMarco, CoWwell
Banker Lss Crage Hwlty. 1?I6) 32>
1BGO.
Academic notes
Tho following area
roaidenU havo boon named to tho dean's list at
Aihbnd Univorelly fop
tho fall 1093 lomostor.
To be eligible for this
honor, a student must bn
enrolled full-time and
maintain at feast a 3.5
grade point avorage on a
4.0 scale.
Thoflo earning a 4.0
GPA includod: Anno M.
Shlnko, 32345 Detroit Rd..
Avon: Mnry L. Brooks, 90
Gra-Gull Dr.. Avon Lako:
Mary Smith. 33790 Lake
Rd.. Avon Lako; Nicole E.
Bianco. 5303 Appiu Creek.
Sheffield Village: ond
Mlchollo D. Darmstadt.
879 Alamoda Avo., Sheffield Uke. The following
students earned a 3.5 to
3.99 GPA. Avon LnkeLibby K. Carswcll. 3tfl44
Lake Rd: Susan M. Mock,
32672 Bellu Rd: Kobyn L.
Tanzilti, 128 Curtis Dr:
and Michnel ]. Triska. 272
Avon Belderi Rd.. Sheffield Lako-Sarah ).
Kruoger. 934 West Or..
and Stophon 11. Withers,
910 West Dr.
Every Thursday evening from 6-8 p.m. a loan
officer from First Ohio Mortgage Corporation
will be available for pro-qualifications or any
questions you may have.
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NEW USTlN/3 - SHEFFIELD LAKE • This 4 bedroom. 2 bath cotonlal has bewn well taken care of. New roof in 1992 & privacy
lenco & pool in 1993. Also all brick fireplace In the family room,
plus large living room. Formal dining & eat-In kitchen. For a
private tour call 933-6195.
PETETETORAKIS
(055752J(HOT 1084)
Visit us at 32730 Walker Rd. D-1
Avon Lake in The Landings
TO OE BUILT-W1TH YOUR APPROVAL - You can pick your own
cabinets, carpet, tile, e t c for this 3/4 bedroom Cope Cod. Priced
at $116,900 in Avon Lake with basement optional. The builder
win also consider your plans or blueprints. 9 3 3 ^ 1 9 5 .
PETETETORAKtS
(B5B094)
10
Homos For Sale
AFFORDABLE HOME LOANS.
REFINANCE/PRE-OUAUFY.
Call Mark Lurn*y.
FAMILY HOMfe
MCRTOAOE CORP.
AvonLWo.OH933-710C
AFFOHOAOLE UVINO
COLONIAL OAKS
10425 Middle Av«r>ue. fcfyrta
* Now & Used Harm) Solos
* Pool, playground bUkotOafl
' 24 hi. security, roc hall
Moo-Sat.9^Sun. 93O6.30
Or By Appointment
t-60Q-aa>-6665.323-1717.
DAY VlLLAOE. *3J Vlntlwld. 3 PR
fiome, 2 b a t h , livlnoroom.
tomityroom. oat->n hitched. 2-1/2 «w
g a r a g e , c o n t r o l a i r . Nowly
remodeled By owner. SI32.SO0.
OPEN HOUSE: Sat.& Si>n.. l^pm.
Ctan^27
NORTH OLMSTED, by Owner. 3 BR.
1-1/7 tum. bnlevel. S119.900 37868
SoutNw.iA»B.OPEN:Sat.«Sun.. 1.
5pni. 734-1265
PRICED FOR QUICK S A L E
157,500. Contemporary Condo with
oil row upgrades. By Appanimont
only 933-1754
For Rent
J-OEOHOOM CONDO Smuggler
Cove. SS5O month Avaiiabla March
lit. Call George Adams t-216-8424153
APAHTMEHTS FOn RENT, newly
remodeled. .333-6347. I & 2
oetirooma.
AVON LAKE RANCH
Fifoplaco. doubto garage, walk to
Cwacfi, schools, park. No pots. $640
FORECLOSED GOVERNMENT 933-B337
HOMES AND PROPERTIES! HUD. BEREA: Nico studio apartment. Now
VA. RTC. etc. Listings for your area Cpl. A rotng 777-7372.
Financing stvwlab'o Call Toil Free' EXECUTIVE RANCH AVON op)(BQO) BS6-3377 f-H. R.gQSJ
pronmately 3000 sq II of living
GOVEnNMENT HOMES, from Si. space. 2 acres fenced in yard wiih inRJ repair). Delirtquerl lax piDpu'ty. oiDurx] pool. Fcr moro inlo. call 937FiepoMoiswrii, Your area \1)BIX> 56T? or 365-9381.
962-QOOO E«t. GH-2iai lor curfenl
lepo hai.
LANDINGS CONOO. TwabodroonT
,
NEW CONSTRUCTION
•aruen, J690 00 pmc. Mr. Stella, tAVON LAKE
419-621-6134
OPEN SUNOAY 3-5
3 n«w homes starling at SI25.900
NEW AVON LAKE DUPLEX. Fnrmry
Lako ana Millor roads Low Oown loom, two UUOQ bedrooms. 1.5 baths.
Paynwnt. No Points. No P.M.I. Call utiliiy room and cminify setting.
O * M. Construction Coinpany. 933- Owner maintained yard. No pots.
AvatlaOla Feb. 1st. Slatting ai
»a
iarjOnwilft. Call 933-5771 lrom9-5.
WESTLAKE. 2-Story Capo Cod. i
BR.Z-i/2bath, wtil. 2-caigarage. All
appliances. J120O. B92-2BS4.
Commercial
For Rent
52
FOR REKT-COMMERCIAL. Avon944 so It In neww snoppmrj center.
Available immediately. Plenty ol
parking. 934-1033.
55
RENTAL
45
Call 933-7700 for Details
Office Space
For Rent
FAIRVIEW PARK. 21400 Loran Rd.
Easy access to 1-480. l-7t. 1-90.
Beautiful brick bidg. 1400 sq.lt., 1st
II. Private entry from heatod garage.
Available immediately. 331-0422/
days. 77?-5i37/eves.
OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE"
Downtown Lorain, all or part of
10,000 sq.'l. Contaci: Denny
DoMaieo, Coldweli Banker Les
Draqe Realty, 1216) 323-1860.
OFFICES ACCOMMODATING
YOU. Compare savings, rent Includes utilities. Sign 2 yr. contract,
gel 2 mos. tree rent. Call lor
npconiment. 933-6056.
60
Rooms For Rent
ROOM FOP. AEHT Avon Lake. S325
per monih. Includes private room,
semi-private tuuri, laundry tocilities.
as, electric, water, 1/3 garage. Nonrnokor, Molute adurl 933-2706.
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Autos Wanted
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Buying Used 4 Junked Cats
Running w Not
Free Towtng
441-441BorS03-0008
80
Help Wanted
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Reaulrlng putAc contact and taokkeeping akuia. Send Short Resume to
THE PRESS
P.O. BOX MOP,
AVON LAKE. OH 44012.
LAW MFORCEMEHT JOBS
NO EXP. NECESSARY
Now Hinng. U.S. Customs, Otficcra,
Ftc..For Info Can
(219) 794-ooi0e«I2536.0AMto
10PM. 7 days
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L O C A L S A L O N , under now
management; would hk« eiDfrlencod
hair stylist to (oin our sun. Full or
part-lime, some chenisKa prolontd
Call 933-3069.03k lor Lwlte.
LOOKINO FOR BABYSITTER lor 2
small children in my homo. 933-fl279.
HAIL T E C H - H A I R DRESSER
Managers licance preferred, wanted
lor busy salon. Call Rocky 933-5974
or 9 4 9 - 7 6 0 4 Booth RanialCommission.
NOW HIRING, closing stun. 5 p.m. to
12 am Apply in person34299 Center Ridge Rd.
PART TIME Various duties. Apply in
person. Rnige Cleaner, MB Lear
Road. Avon Lakti.
Part-lime Mcretary needed tor
buay ottlc*. S*mJ resume to «7»
Moore n d . . Avon Lako or call
JofMlla at B33-4M9 bt(w»en 1 t
4pm.
POSTAL JOBS Stan 3to.?9mr. For
fliam and application inlo. Call
(219)769-8301 EXT. OH510, 0«m9pm, Sun-Fn.
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OPEN HOUSES g-5 ON SUNDAYS FEBROARY^, 1994
Sheffield U k e
Avon Lake
Avon Uke
Avon Lake
ADDRESS
4322 Belle Ave
31906 Lake
255 Avon Belden
411 Greenbriar
STYLE/BEDROOMS
Ranch/3
PRICE
563.900
5399,900
$163,500
Col/3
H34.900
Col/4
CALL 833-6195 FOR DETAILS
REALTOR
Ken 4 Jam.1 Gre>nl'ng
Loreno Coughiin
Joanne Ames
Kaitiy Kreoger
Resolved To Move?
Call me and let's talk about
it professionally!
DMica!«d, caring pro'au>onaJ realtor
tinea 197S; broker. Graduate of Ifw
Raul Estate Institute, rrujmbsf ot 1M
two million dcular dub. p»o!wsionaJ • '
the Y—T. tilling I«a4«r. * l |m «» ' « * piant of trie Realtor's National Satss
Awwd tor having *arrwd in the lop S**
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work and maintains a portfolio wi the
trinuto by mirtu-a etwnow in all
aspects « t h e mw fcetplac* In wow JD
batter MnN> everyorte *tio contacts
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AFFORDABLE LUXURY $169,900 - Quality built 1970 sq ft
Colonial with basemen!, rogh efficient turn ace. certrji air, family
rm with fireplace, fully decorated. 2nd Moor laundry, a master
suite with all the toys Call 933-6195.
MARKUORAN
(655314)(KOT7703)
ADA TAYLOR
P1*aa* can ADA TAYLOR about ttws* listings m* wall st
9334195. 871-7273 or 365-3761.
109C Savannah Pkwy. 2 FT J118.900. WoMlako
32851 Redwood Blvd. 3 AR $97,900. Avon Lake
SRHigglef's Cove #A-0. RANCH CONDO $64,500 SOLO
32847 Rodwood Blvd. 4FS. $149,500 Avon U k e
258 Oakwood. 2FR $48,900 GraRon
7 « Harris Rd.JVC $143,900 ShtfHeid Lake
15 New Construction Home Sites from $133,000
Vacant SuUdobto lot 135x100, $23,500 Sheffield Lake
32300 Acacia CL. 4VC $246,500 Avon Lake
GREAT FAMILY LOCATION - Only 2 yr. young, this 3 bedroom
Capo features taroe rooms, toads of storage, bay windows, basement and lots of charm! 933-6195.
MApV ANN TtLDEK
{640720HHOT 7434)
•FOR RENT - AVON LAKE • Only $700 per month for this 3
bedroom lake front • for more details call 933-6195.
BETTY WAKEF1ELD or UARY ANN TILDEN
(649263)
RAY
ANDERSON
(642461)(HOT2730)
3. Ent«r lha 4-dtgit *HOT«" number to
hur a cteUitad dMcription o* that property.
Tha KolLb* oH«r» no, U-haMr I
toraslH U I I inlomution ind ««« R
On* prorarty lo* aah. Try B!
691*2349 w1-80O-691-2345
BUILDERS. INVESTORS, DEVELOPERS Asking $32,900 for
(his 75 ft. tot In North Ridgeville with used pro buitt ranch home
ready to move to site. Fof Information cat! 933-6195.
ERNIE HISEY
(64799 OXHOT 4726)
SPACIOUS 8PUT - huge rooms, ZVi baths, tarn. rm. & Ftorida
rm. Lowly wooded lot. $149,500. Very open floor plan, appro*.
7. From any touch-* O M phona, cal
S S a O » 4 S
WAKEFIELD'S
CORNER
25 Years Experience
Million Dollar Club
National Sales Award
933-6195
GREAT FAMILY HOME1 Newty listed in'Avon Lake. This 3
tradroom homo is clow to school), churches fe'd recreation.
Family room with fireplace, basement. I V I baths, basement, 2
car garage. 933-6195.
BETTY WAKEFtELD
(8*5755) (HOT *.0M3)
NEWLY USTEO AVON LAKE! Cozy 3 bedroom ranch. Beautifully decorated and maintained. Country kitchen, newer furnace
and air. Detached garago- Priced in the S90's. C*n 933-6195.
BETTY WAKEFIELD
(655790) (HOT 1085)
PERFECT FOR THE YOUNG FAMILY! Spaciouu rooms. Four
bedrooms, family room with uoodburning fireplace, formal dininq. basemont, situated on a treed lot.
BETTY WAKEF1ELO
(645919) (HOT 1653;
Realtor, G.S.A.
Never too busy to
give you the
"Best Service"
CHARMING COLONIAL AVON LAKE! Beautifully maintalnec
home situated on a 120*180 lot. Family room with brlcWec
flreplacs watt, formal dining, acoanod porch, txtftemant, linlahoC
rec room - much more! S163.500.
BETTY WAKEFIELD
(647808) (HOT 4203
TRULY A BEST BUY!! Gracious 4 bedroom Lakefront cofooial
Spacious glassed room overlooking the lake. Formal dining
family room, master suite with sun deck featuring panoramic view
ol Cleveland skyline. Situated on a 100«300 tot! Much more, call
for more details. 933-6195.
BETTY WAKEFIELD
(641579) (HOT 2628
FEATURE LISTING OF THE WEEK
Avon Schools News
l^r
Lamed about children ia their Child
D e
class. Thoy were: Kathy Bnim. Tncio Davta. Joel Benion, Heather Miller. Jenny Bonds. Rachel SUvjson
Rachel Wallcer. Cheri Wallets. Nona RcdinSBr.
AVON BRICK RANCH - Throe bedroom. 1 'h batli brick ranch on
quiet street off Lear Road. Second garago b heated and wirod for
workshop. WBFP has heat Insert. House has gas. hoi water heat.
By appt. 933-6195
{651B20) (HOT 5301)
RAYANOERSON
YEAR ROUND MARBLEHEAD COTTAGE Vacation winter and
summer at this tow maintenance two bedroom homo within sight
of Lake Erie. Features stave woodburnlng fireplace. Sold furnished for $55,000. Call today. 933-6192. •
ERNIEHISEY
(B55371)(HOT7829)
PaiRu. Rob Mitchell, Jenny Covuy. and Chris DoTardo.
They dnvolopod skills in forming teaching strategies to
run a nursery school for one hour a day for four weeks.
They planned crafts, snacks, slorios. oxercises, songs
and finger plays. The instructor was very proud of tiio
performance of the high schoo'rstiidonts. The .course is
being repeated in the spring and tho.'nursery school will
tukc place during the month of Mr.y. Everyone lunrncd
from each olhur - thn little onus/from the high school
students, and thu liigh school students from the little
ones. Tht high school .students experienced "pnrentiiiR" fur an hour n day und learned what loy children
bring to our lives, Evoryone tivud happily ever after...
Avon ChcerlcadinK MinUCIinic. Avcn High School
cheerleaders will bo offering a mini-clinic on Sunduy.
April 17 from 12:^0 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Flyers containing
morn information will bt> distributed through thu Avon
schools.
Academic notes
Joseph M. Challos. son
of Chnrlcs and Carolyn
Chatlos of Avon Uke. has
been named to the dean's
list at WaUh University
for the fi'll semestor
199 3 - 9 4 . Ho Is o
sophomore, majoring in
mathematics. Chnttos is a
g r a d u a t e of Lorain
Catholic HighScliool.
To bn eligible, students
must achluva a 3.5 griido
point average nr higher
for the semester.
These Avon High Art students were honored at LCCC
lor having the most pictures accoplsd In the
Scholastic Art Sho<v...Melanle Matty. Andy Schober,
Jessica Lawman. David Wernert and Joe Rak (not pictured). The Scholarship Show Is now on display at
Stocker Center. Fifty pieces were accepted Irom Avon
High School which includes grades 7-12.
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835-4260
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Wlnilwr Hollow l i 1/2 mil* im ttw ttxhl
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Mention this ad for 2C*. discount.
CAKE DECORATOR, part-nmo.
flexible hours. Call Jan. Bay Village
87I-IJ15
CLEANING HELP. JoM available lor
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doamr>g. Hooir tof a
Tfansponation available Aoo'y Ql340BB Center Rid|ia F>d.. N
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Ifnivtdua's with good tctwoU
conwnoniry cootacls to placa lor twfl"
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333-3387
O6MTAL OFFICE NEEDS a0 part0m« till tn asaistant-recap'io ''1 I o
covff vacabo^ t x t mck days- Call
PJ3-2710.
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FEHT1UZATIOH APPUCATOR. Experienced prererred, win train. Apply
vi person only. 8-5 Mon.-f-t. Lawn
Tech Inc. 755 Moore Bd- A.L 835416flor933-a<at.
FULL TIME DAY CARE. < W ' 5
montrt ok) and one 2 year okl. Your
Avon Home. 334-541 a of 934-6145.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY We nave
pan-lime positions available Irom
7am. to 12 noon nnd 1Or3Oarn. to
3:30 pm. In our WssHake tadbry. If
i n l e r e x e d , apply at Western
Enterprises. 875 Bassait Road.
Westtake Oh. 44145 between 6am.
to 5pm.
HANOYMAWMAWTENANCE
WesOaka Company seeks a depe*>dobla kxJMdua) lor part-time bulWnQ
tnaimonancv and HoW warehouea
work. For interview call 210-8356652.Morv-Frl..9-Jpm.
HELP WANTED OPTOMETIIIC
A S S I S T A N T . For A * o n Lake
practlca. People ortented and outgoing personality. No exporienca
neceesary. FutHime positioa Send
resumes to P. O. BOX 300 D A.S.
HOME TYPISTS, PC users needed.
S3S.0O0 potential. Details. Can ( ' )
BOS 962-8000 E»t B-2163.
Your Search for
VALUE, PRICE and LOCATION I
is OVER!
"UPDATE YOUR
RESUME!
PT-T1ME HOME HEALTH -MO. I hi
daily. Ute altornoon. So.ne lilting
ronuirwj 933-7944 Q-O33-0762.
RECEPT1ONIST.SECRETABV
AUIUTODVO rg3t>linq compdny joohs
a p'oleSJiona' 4 eniriuslajtic
Iniii^idud'. Duties include: pnorm
answonng. gnsclinq cuatonws, filing,
general atcoiinltnq skills. suDely
ordering, computer <}aia untry &
typing aii'Bnmoris. Mucessar/
On a Job Soa
SECRETARIAL can help »uu *t«o.
r ^ a and !a<mal your Beiumo
Q u ! l a n d « M « n a B l j Your
2«;'J,« « * t» kept on a disk lo-tULaser Printing
u ,« u r - 1 ^ " "
porio-iuQIe. jfiicu'ale. accuralo tAvdiiada
can he4> >"« " f " a , B r t'/wng. 1'lnw & computer knowitjdQ'i •KM7C?«rweLetten.
J'Mtoll ?' '•"
ho'Dtu' Appy 2-10 lo 2-19, I0-3pm in aiiOres"os tortatters
and *» U got
at Roman Cha/iet. 10630 Be>ea HO , ifium cut' For attentivo settee
and a
Clevilarni.
RETAIL CASHIER/CLERK
Part-tlm*
BaJLk's Boc*Jio*0 is Icctuna lor an
enwgei ic person win KnoviieOye ot
interest in boohs S magiiinoa. rh«
ability to vtorii a Mcr-day & WoCrwsday shirt (t t-4, nrulo iho kids am In
schocv ttm count acrurmoiy are We
qual'Hcatiorw. Boluk's oters gooO
wagos, generous b^nalits Including
books, stare discount and much
mora. Apply today at Baluk'i. 2S.93T
a. wnstioke.
SALES ASSISTANT. Ml lime. 1-?
years morketino eipd ienco. Me«j
comouter Iino*letf3e. CaB for acol.
236-3944
SECRETARY TELE-MARKETER
Eipenenca necessary to work in
SnoHieid Lake insurance oince. PnrtWT», 10-lSHrs. fWVIM*. Call 04»6104
;
SERVERS WANTED
FRATELLO'S RESTAURAKT
CALL 833-3380
STATE-TESTED
NURSINQ A5S4STAKTS
The Oakndge Homo, a 118 bod Skilled Nursing Facility located in
West lake, has Immediate opportunities (or State-Tested Nursing
Assistants. Slop by and talk to us
about your experience, and we wilt
talk lo you about our superior benefit
package whtcfi includes:
* On Time and Attendance pay of
$30 00 per pay. $500.00 per year.
* Weekend srun anereniial ot SI.00
per hour for all shifts.
* Double time paid for prescribed
shifts.
* Baas wage rate begins ai S6.00 pet
hour plus experience compensation
up to $6.50 per hour.
- Weekday shift dirterential of 525
per hour hx the 3-1 land 11-7 shifts,
• d01 K retirement incoirt* plan.
* Health insurance.
II one of your professional gsals Irv
etude being a pan of a 'esponsh1^
caring neatm care team, come in '>xJ.
see us. or contact BJ Slam. Assr^ tant Oirecto' of Nuning at:
THE OAKIttOOE HOVE
26520 Center Hidge Rd.
Westlako. OH 44145 ~
Tetecftone: 871-3030
Equal Opportunity Employer
TELECOMMUMICATIOHS
Experience tr> Service, InsdJatioo
and Piograrnmlng of Business
Telephone Systems. Resume with
OuatincaUcos/WBQe requWmertU to:
630 Centef flood; Avon Lake 44012.
TF1E6 WORKERS WAHTED.
GROUND MEN AND CUMfiCRS
CALLT34-2674.
UNPACKING ETC. a In need ol mature responsible persona wtx> would
enjoy helping families moving into We
Clevotand Metropolitan area lo urv
pack & get crganlied In Uwir new
homes. Part-time. Transportation
required. 8T1-0606.
T JUOE NOVENA Way trw _ . _ _
Hoart ct Jeaus tw adored, tfonfifld.
kwKl i preservtrf throughout the
*tiole world, now artd laravar.
Sacrud Hoart ol Jesus pray for us.
Si Judo. V/oiVor of Mi/ades & H«ip
ol the Hopeless, prjy for us. Say va
prayer 9 times p«r day lor 9 deya.
Putjhsn It tva nover t»en known to
rail. V.C.
120
Personals
ANYONE INTERESTED IN CIVIL
WAR history, who would l*e lo torm
u group call 033-6650.
Novona ia Si. Jude - May tne Sacred
Heart ol Jesus be adored. ptonEgd.
loved, and prw«rvod throughout Vm
world, rro* and lorew;. CC S f O d
CALL 899-1424
Hoart ol Jtfsus pray tor us. St. J u * .
Bay village
1
o' rmrados. prav tor us. SL
Montiun iriis aO 41 nl «•*'» Q' "! yo° worker
Jud«. lumper ol the hopefess. pray tor...
us SAY THIS PRAYER mnotlmwa
wiTtTED; Maturu waitrws. good day. By lh« eighth day your prayer
'lios part-timtf or l u l l limewill be answered. It has nev«? bMn
fl!.tt.mrunl. 934-5194.
hnowr- lo fjil. PublwattorHi musi he
WiLDUFE-CONSERVATIOH
promiaed. THAN YOU ST. JU06.
JOBS. Came wardens. Security,
FOR FAVOBS GHANTED. M.D.
Maintenance, VK.| i r iNo
experience
n
F:
JUOE NOVENA - May I M
nuceasary. N o . r
9 ; n » ' " ' o ^ S ; ST.
Sacied Heart ol Jesus t » adored,
lion call (219)794-0010 E»t 7260
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h e d . l o v e d & preserved
q.^nto I Com. Tdays.
. throuohoul
the wfide wortd. now and
WILDUFeCOHSERVATKJN JOBS
&«rccJ Heart ol J«u» pnw
Game
warden*.
s e c u r i t y . farovw.
lor
us.
St.
j^de.
Wortcw ol M»w3e« &
maintenance, e t c . No e«p. Help of the Hooeieos.
pnyjtor ua.
necessar>. How Hiring. For Into Say this prayer fi Umoa per
for 0
CaLLlItSJ 794-0010e»t. 72609AM days. Publish- It h « n eday
w been
lo 1DPM. 7 Oaysknown lo fail. C.B.
ST. JUDE NOVRHA - May the
85 Situations Wanted
Sacred Heart of Jews bo adored.
BABYSITTING B t TAMMY, respon- fjlorlUed, lowed & preserved
j4ti» girl will care Icr your children, throughout th« wtwle world, now and
forever. Sacred Heart ot Jesut prav
evenings, or weekends. 327-4455
lor us. Si. Jude. Woncer o» Mradts &
leave nie»aoe.
•
Help or me HopeJasa, praytorus.
CHILD CARE PROVIDER has mv Say this prayer 9 Umta (W daytor9
rneduite openings lor tmi Omedavs in days. Publish; It haa n«v*f been
my North Ftidgevtlle h o m e .
hmwntolaa.1
Fiaferftnces. Ooreia 327-8068.
CUSTOM CLEANtNQ
Private homesftoff ices.
COMMERCIAL
Experienced. Fees negotiable,
openings available, evening hours
also. 288-5918.
Incomo Tax
132
EXPERIENCED MOTHER will
Services
babysit in my home, weekdays. Play
area m bock yard. * « provide runch, afternoon snack S T.L.C. Eastvlew
BEST BOOKKEEPING
School area, B33-W10.
& TAX SERVICE
FULL TIME CHILD CARE NEEDED
Tederal-SUW-Oty
IN MY AVON HOME. 2 1/2 yr. old
Reasonable Rate*
and infant. 937-5191.
Free PickupftDettvery
LICENSED BEAUTICIAN MAKES
331-8118
HOUSE CALLS IO the housebound
Irwpormve. quality. 934-1480.
aREOOBY SHANNON ANOASPROFESSIONAL NANNY seeking
8OCUTES 33S01-H LBk* Road, (4lull-ltme employment. Available
doors from Avon L*k* Pott Otnca).
March l . I?yrs.exp. Exral. Western
Year round ser.«e~tonc« IBBt. tnsuburbs preferred. Own transp. Call
mwtduai-Partftersnrps-Cofporttt.
734-6581.8-9. leave messagetfnee
SpeciaNilno In small business.
Evenings, weekends availably..
OUALTTV CLEANtNQ
Please call lor an appotntrnjni 0330187.
Hnnest Reliable indrvUual
Personailied service eaCi ttme
LTAfAXO#«lria»[
Notacfeaningtoam
Wmether we prapsn or you. 80ijn.
Excellent relerencaa
•"Perk*** WdBEfK^ioppino
Ff e« Estimates
^ ^ Cwttr-157-7881.
Elyria 322-1183
Drol-SSOn.il looking Pesumc
360-4740
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NOTICES
Card Ol Thanks .
ST. J U D r » H O V W * M a y W
SKTOd Heart olJetus ba adorn).
ntonned. loved and uraserved
lhrouohou« the work) now & forever.
sacred Heart of Jews, pray lor us.
SL Judo, h*p ol tfw rm^teWip/JV
(or u*. Suy txWay tor B days. On the
Bih day you win rec*ve a " • " " * ' •
Musi pubUsh theroaner. MM.
INCOME TAX PREP. •_
New Ciert* Pay hart of i*»al you
paid lor your wrvtca Ual yefir.
^
ji«WOOtUM,CP*
835-1143
ItlCOM TAX PRIPABATICH
.FocwonTwSt*™
-Profosstonnl Sandtrdi
-fleasonatteFeea
-,
Dennis Stephens
CertBedPuMc Accountant .
IHCOMB TAX WnVICfL Ponor*,
Samil Busirwaaaa. Starting at S3S.
Hay Schma. 327-0730.
AVON LAKE
miATEjafiP-UEANCY.
The HIGHLANDS is the best kept secret in Avon U k e .
With only 27 beautifully wooded homcsilcs, you can
imagine how fast they're selling!
In fact, only 13 prime sites arc still available!
Kopf Builders is featuring eight innovative designs to
choose from on a quiet cul-de-sac strcct...Thcre s even a
community park!
Nowhere else^willyou find everything you're looking for
right in your neighborhood...!ncludmg the PRICE!
' New homes starting at $ 175,900
On Highland Avc, off Lake R d . 1/4 mile West of Bay
Village?in Avon Uke. Mon-Fn ' ^ ^ ^ j J i L j j L L 2 ^
| i 933-7709/899-9587
Features this newer vinyl-sided 2 bedroom ranch with living
room, eat-in kitchen, family room area, hardwood floors,.
,'woodburning fireplace.. Detached 2 car garage. Situated on
a well manicured lot, this is a must to see. $85,000. Call
Mary Louise Gamellia today. Appliances remain.
3274S Walker Road • Avon Lake
871-52551
MEW LISTING
Features this 3 bedroom ranch with 2 lull t_'hs.
eat-In kitchen, family room with wooyburnins
fireplace, living room, 2 car attached garage.
Neutral tones throughout. A pleasure to show.
$83,500. Cat) Mary Louise Gametlia
SUPER SHARP HOME
639953. Features one lloor living with 3 bedrooms,
living room, kitchgn, 1st floor utility area. An extra
\ d«>ep treed IU ol 50 x 200. Walk to everything.
Y$e!,500. Ctill Steve Polinski.
2te :j^nr&itf^-^&i~<* *.*\v!*:>-"ar*;'!'
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FVee Market Analysis
Pre-Quali^uig with Lenders
!
OOWDQ UVINOAT JTS
646120. Trite fove!y townhouse features 2
bedrooms. 2'A baths, a dining room, living room
with woodbumingfireplace,eat-in kitchen, 1st floor
laundry. Park-tike setting. Also featured Is an
' onclosodpatio12x7anda2caratti}criedgarage.
$139,500. Call Mary Louise or Cheryl Slater.
H*.
COLONIAL - LORAIN
651729. Features 3 bedrooms, living room, dining
room, eat-in kitchen. Also leatured is central air
and full basement. This home has lots of potential.
$49,900. Call Cheryl Slater.
GftMClUfl
a
Minimum 1/3 acre wooded homesites.
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY - AVON LAKE
Features Ihl3 newer vinyl-sided 2 bedroom ranch
with living room, eat-in kitchen, family room area,
hardwood floors, woodburning fireplace. Detached
2 car garage. Situated on a well manicured lot, this
is a must to see. $85,000. Contact Mary Louisa.
- only Locally Owned Company With Over 30 Years of Service
The Surrounding Communities . . . OPEN 7 DAYS To Serve You
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935-2500 • 3 2 7 4 5 Walker Road
132
Income Tex
Services
OtAUTlFY WTTH UQHT lorp
a night Land—~pe Uantinq Systems
by tho prolesslartBtai triHKim_T£S.
Cad lor InM ectimalo, B33-S77I, 180&522-577I.
Cantury and Oldar noniS
tpKtallits.
TAX PRirerUTiOON Protvs- Addntona,ramodadng,porcnas, inta
itonaJv trained and eiperitnce-rior and c-erior Mm r»crmion. Let
Can. Cheryte ai 327-0747 lor an • ua hetp you roslor* your older hema
•
>
&
cnmwooD-FunNnunE REPAIR,
44BS JAYCOX.«VOH.«37--H>a.
cSNOW PLOWING
Call 933-7604
24 HOUR SERVICE
FORD HOME
IMPROVEMENT
KNchonvSamroortts
Countenopa-Replacement windows
Window trMmeno-Drywall
140
Avon Lake
Buslnoss
Opportunities
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY LORAIN • Newer Oowntown otlSe
complex with parking deck & surface
parwng. Two bidgs. (olned Oy common area. On© Bdg. 40.000 salt,
l e a s e a b i e . 9 8 % l e a s e d by
governmental agencies. Ono Wdg20.000 sq.lt with tO.000 aq.ll. leased
by Slain ol Ohio. Will lease space c
sell logeirwr or separately. Contact
Oeriny DeMarco, CoMwell Banker
Les Oraqa Realty jSi 6} 32J-IB60
EARN WO, S100,1200
to «"• origin- tx^ifly. Donl hire a
C Q PD
new home contractor to wont on your'
Disabled remodeling and more.
T A X I * MfiJ>A*CD nSASONADLcUusict
SHOWROOM • 33445 LAKE RO,
In your homo or my office. Auto
931-2990.
Kller CCT»tWCUon 218^47-3408.
. employe* discount. Formally with
CL-AHMQ SERVICE: Owner su~
IRS.W4-16I7.
:
HANDYMAN
pwtaaa awry ctaoned house. W«
AND MORE • EVERY DAY
ara a local company. Wo can design
25 YEARS EXPERIENCE
IT'S EASY • Wttt SHOW YOUI
134
Garage Doo r e
a planned regular maintenance
PlumOng. Electrical. Carpentry
Call Ron or Margaret
program as cfien as you rwod. We
DICK MILLER
OARAOE DOOS • InttalWJont»
878-0000
can perform en externIM cleaning
Gmfea. Door & OperatorinstaHed.
SECURED LOAN wanted StSOanyUma throughoul the year or just '
327-6922
Broken Springs & CaO-s Replaced.
200.000 a l 10% Interest, credit
one small leryice. evon windows.
hAULINtVMOVlHQ, noraOtoo small unions, trust funds, limned partner;24 rr. Srvtc*. 777-3822.
You'd la*o pf«Jo In tha appoarance ot
ycur clean home. (WE ARE HOT or too large. Reasonable, call 933- ships lor private parties or Invesiors.
Call Bob 81671-0420.
COUPLETELY RMISHED UNTIL
135 General Services" YOU ARE COUPLETLEY INTERIOR PAINTING, long tima TniQh and nip cream. NEWVAYS
SATISFIEOI) C A L L CLEAN
area resident, r e l i a b l e . Free SKINNY DIP DISTRIBUTORS
COHNEnS FOR FREE ESTIMATE,
AVOH LAKI wcoawon
needed Immediately. Smooths apwttmater 934^1707.
pearance ol bulges. National Media
. CO, lite* mad* of wood. we c a n * ;
337-44M.
.
UDERTY HOME IMPROVEMENTS. Coverage. Nov. S23.95- l-BOO-741• r BooMheMa. ca-nett. custom
CLSAMNO. CommercUU.resK)entiai.
all
types
»'
remcdeling.
ceramic
tile,
ctoeet*. aniartalnmant cemara,
new construcbon. belof« or after you
linoleum, batnrooms. decks, pottos. fjoea
Wehan panUtM. Fre« estimates.
move, apartments, offices. P«f- kitchens, replacement windows.
T
sonoiued
servtco.
Bonded
A
msureFREE ESTIMATES, 10% discount
Batmuba.
ror senior citizens. Call Doug Ball
~ Free estimates. Aft work guarafifeeu.
•Wa.cwwnlcUla.-rBQlittadif
2C4i
For more InlormaHon call DAY'S
homa lor a Ifacuon ol removal co*L
EASE. I N C 327-6346. Others sand
155
Cemetery Lots
Siva
llmo,
money • " « '
TVLTTO.
you a cleaning team...wo send you '
Inconvenience. Professional,
aervtca
TWO CEMETERY PLOTS tor sale,
OFFICE CLEANING
in
Elmhursl
Park
Cemetery. Ashing
REASONABLE RATE1
«Cm_e. COR PERMA-OUZC 835CLEVELAND
$.U5 CallWt.3727atierepni.
Thotougn
*«;
_ _ _ _ _
CALLIGRAPHY
Elhcienf
Quotes for display, cwtthcates. lamc
Impeccable References
BOB'S MAINTENANCE
160
Construction
ly ireas. Invitations, signs, place
Bonded - Insured
; HANDYMAN SERVICE
Es'imatM : '
caxds...You r n r w lit Cusiom wo«k.
CONCRETE REMOVAL *
• i Completa homa & mobile n o ~
reasonable rates.
REPLACEMENT
•
835-5036
" repairs, custom Docking and i
Coll Mate al
ROUGH a FINISH ORADINO
Older tiome ana torn remodeling and
• •
potties
We
Handle
Alt
Jobs
321-2521
resioraliOfl. AdiJiWns, porcfwi. Oi"•, Nojoblol>gorlosm_l.
Bto or Small
!8(KH and interior Inm. twami, joists
;
FREE ESTIMATES.
WO-2081
j n d slructural repairs.
CALL 306322-6202QD3 ENTERPRISES
KUER COMSTHUCTION
SUCK'S HAROWARE.
_,
647-2405.
DatroK ffct. Avon. Storm window ana
PHILLIPS VACUUM CLEANER CO. UNION C R A F T S M A N "
icrean repaif. CaB » 3 4 - 6 i l 8 _ _ _ _
BMCK, CLOCK ft
SALES AND SERVICE. New and
• U S I H B S S - RESIOE
STONEWORK
rebuilt cleaners, guaranteed lowest
TILEFHOHR SYSTEMS. Seles,
Ornamental Decorative.
prices on now ci«-ine'S. Vli repair all
__ttor«, movea and changes. New
nna Restoration
makes, wa'ranly H0»e lor Hoover
or uaad ocMpment available- Se
and Eurekn. 151 16 Detroit Rd..
3rd Generation
any sue
on m o * major brands- Rw
Lake wood Pick-up and delivery
PETER SCHOnx IN
wiring. Roasciabie raies. Lako
THE PRESS
avaiiaDlB Call t-228-0730.
871-7490
Tele;om. 933-5771. 1-800-522PROFESSIONAL RADIO DJ now
WLE FRO
6771.
.
Froo Estimates
twohing wMdrngs. class reunions,
AVON LAKE
dances,
parties
lor
B4-95.
All
(ypoi
ol
C A C
170
Landscaping"
music. Call Gary nt 3IV-52I9
ELECTRICAL 8 TELEPHONE
MAINTENANCE,^-.
LANDSCAPES EXTRAORDINAIRE^
WORK. Uc«nMd. bonded & insured.
HANDYMAN
RUBBISH
RoasonoWo rotes. 933-1953;
Landscape service spod-TlUing in
.
••
REMODELING
lighiing. waterfalls. Ppnds- w"**
HAULING
•
WumbWo. Etoetncal. Catpentty.
Garago o< small sirucluros removed.
3 «»*aiks and panes. Cell Dan. 937' No|obloob*gortoosmali•
q7S3
Cemorrt or any typo rubbuh/spplian835-0837
cos removed, also g?'oges cleaned.
Painting
185
BOB'S
GENERAL REPAIR
PainUnQ-Wailpaper
Comptete Drywall Work
18 yrs. experience
BOBCOWHARO
331-5749
O.C. POLOVICH. Easy Roller
Painting. Cleaning & HKSI P.ussuro
Washing. Call 937-5400 lor I r w
estimate.
EUROPEAN PAINTtNO
« SERVICE, M C
835-8468
-. ln.eitor - Exlerior
Power Wnsh homes, drives.
Senior Discoort - Insured.
For Proltaiiunal Work A Free
EstimaHi, call 038-14M.
EUROPtANPAINTINa
4 SERVICE, INC.
835-8468
Inteitor • Eilerior
Power Wi»h homes, drtves.
Senior Discount - Inoured.
For Prolossional Work & Freo
EstrmaM. call 835-8408.
INTERIOR
P.O. DECORATING
• Hang All Wancovcnng " All Intanor
Panting • Texture Ceilings * Piaster
Drywall' Relirxsh Hardwood Floors
Stain • Olaio ' Woodgrain.
• Including OiW Jobs.
38 Yrs Eip. • Injittod.
WOM Guaiantoed
FREE ESTIMATES
B7t-lMa •
PAINTING
Interior
GENERAL CLEANING
CELLAR POSTS
BEAMS
ln«»an«J*n»pac
SAQQING FLOORS
Lavaled
Moral & Son, Inc.
11340 Brookporti
Clootand M7-U23
THE PRESS
I M LEAH no.
AVON LAKE
221-9204
SHIP PACKAGES UPS at the INK
WELL in Norm Olmsied. Also, ai
NAPA siO'CS in Roctiy Riwor A Bay
Vil'aQo. Scnuenonwn TV-Appi.. SholIIBU Uak8 & Marc'ai MoveHoes in
LAWN MOWING
GARDEN ROTOT1LUNG
EDGING
Call Dennis Breese
933-3613
Firewood
198
FIREWOOD
Spin, S«a«onad, DvUvtrwL
33O.ARtC-
937-4300.
nnewooo
SEASONED
FIREWOOD
S60.00 oar Rk*
Dellverad. ,
871-3623
SEASONED FIREWOOD, spill.
qeJwwod, 419409-4773. SI40 run
cord.
• .
Tree Care
200
HORVATH
TREE SERVICE
And Landscaping
Tree & Slump Removal, Topping,
Trimming. Scrub planting & care.
New lawns. Cleanup & maintenance.
871-3623
SWEAT
BROTHERS
TREE - trimming, removal, slump
grinding, slorm damage, planting, lot
clearing. Tractor work & brush
chipping, also available, insured.
734-2874
892-3910
PAINTINO.PAPERINO
PLASTERING
Premium Work
Hes. I Apt. / Indus.
'It's Donefl0,11
Tho First Time"
FREE ESTIMATES
Call Dob
8
PAINTING-DRYWALL
lH&?g-Finis!>-Patcn) Also. ce<Hr>cs
suppled, other textures repa>n>d a
wallpaper removed. Fast &
f rolwaionat. InterKir-Eiterlor.
Free Estimatns.
Ctirl* Imperator*
331-7092
195
'/•
Want to get B out o< the yard. You
make the reasonable offer. 9492203.
[
FIREWOOD. »1J5 C O H O . 9333244.
.
Neat • Reasonable
insu'ed. Freo Estimates
Call Murray
COPIES
MADE
"25GENTS
FAX
SERVICE
3MOW FLOWmo. 24 hour BorvKa.
Shailietd viiiace. Shel'ield Lake.
Avon. Avon Lota and East s k » o!
Lorain. Residential $5.00 and up.
Commercial CO. and up. 94B-2BI f.
SALES
Flea Markets
225
EARN MONEY, SAVE MONEY at
Flea Markets & Swap Moots. A txx*.
-The Flea Marketeers' by West Life •
staffers, Howard Swlndri 4 Mary
Hooper leUa you how. Send $3.00
postage included lor aacn copy to:
1522 Victoria Avenue. Lakewood OH
44107 or phone £26-8341.
FLEA MARKET
Sat. Feb. 1_»-2p.m.
CARTON CENTfcn
14300 Oetrott Avenue
Lakewood
FREE Admission.
Parking off Marlowe at RR trucks.
Snow Removal
SNOW PLOWING
Small bus'-iossas and residential
CALL
TIM
or leave message
327-738?
232
Regale Shops
FEORUAHY HALF PHICI SALE,
Throe days loft. Sato ends Fed. 12.
GOOD NEIGHBOR THRIST SHOP.
140 Lear, Avon Lake.
240
Moving Sates
CSA ALPINE TRACKER.
5Ki mjchiit
MOVINQ SALE. Dmirq trjom la£4e. 4
n
SB5 mmvn St30 Call 933-
1
252
SUPERIOR'CLEANING CO: NCr
CLIP&SAVES10.00
- TV. - i f ^.-^•J1^^'. i [
Mu-jl •!•••• ••,V-tj/1-1'.1
HEALTH,
RECREATION &
EDUCATI
280
Education &
Instruction
HOLLY HILL RIDING STABLE teaching all agas. boarding &
training. Our school a knmn by its
quaftly ol teachingrawn f c way).
933-&OS.
HORSEBACK niOIHQ LESSONS.
Laoin honarnansnlp and nO^Q «iufl^
Beginnon tnrgugri aJuwcso. North
C t E l * "
Ca
U S O r THE OnoUP LESSON
APPROACH? Show Numeraire, olItn private, IncBvKJualuod rW.ng
programs for all ages and lo-.eU.
Hum S«aL 937-6666.450-6305
290
Entartalnmant
MEMK1HT CONNECTION
gy
- Top 40/otdM
238-0294
Health & Beauty
295
LOSE WBQHTI FCEL OREATt
All Natural Harbal FormuL-i
S3TJ0 rex 1 Montn-jSuppry
-MONEY BACK GUAPANTEEIrdflrMUxl?
Can Ron or Margaret
B7WKM
Musical
Instruments
300
PIANO TUNING
and
c
5 * YRS. EXPERIENCE
1-033-5028
Sporting Goods
SKI RACK
For Ctwvy 8-10 Biaztf.
Holds sin *ats o.* aWs. rocunty be*.
$60. B33-7UB or B33-7BM.
MISCELLANEOUS
Appliances
320
APPUAHC&3ALKS A SERVICE:
RatrfQarotors. ranges, wrunors and
drvart. Wa sorvica aU makes.
323^03S
HESCO 12 OT. ROASTER OVEN
wttti rack, phis 'Mam uCto and bake
kit. Black, navaf used. Originally
S349.rJ05omnglo>Sl!S0.
SCARS COLO SPOT 20 CU. a ,
sidabyikla
REFRlGERATOfVFREEZEH
y
933-714S daya or 933-7990 «vos.
325
Antiques
OUYma ANTIQUES - WANTED:
waif t * comer cupboard*, desks.
chairs, blanket chests, hooked ruga.
lamps or anyttng okL Can Kelly ai
Korty's AntlouQs. 033-0844 (collect
cam. accepted) -
327
Clothing"
COLD
IMG
K-l KEROSENE...Smitti's Counlry
Counter. Avon. 934-5403.
KIRQY HERITAGE vacuum U I M " - '
SUHOUE5T WOLFF TANN1HG
BEDS
Maw CommofciaJ-Homu UntU
FnjmS199.GO
Lamp
ofUhiv p a y e
Catf Today FFEE NFrt Color
Catalog
M629'°T
ANIMALS
360
Animal Services
CRITTER CARE
Wo'rt ITwre when you canl be. Cnlter Care alters lender, smciaiucd
canog vtsils tor your pet in your home
when you nave to be away. We can
also piovide iraruportaiton to and
trom trie vet and Ihe groorrw when
you need us to tva'p. For I Jty insured
pto'esslonol vet recomr ended pet
core vtsils to your home wfulo you
are away.. .Calf us anyi'me.
Don A Louise Sundbarg
Featured on PAL Magazine
835-12*0
Well pa there when you need us.
PROFESSIONAL
PET & PLANT CARE
in-home core. Eidusivery designed
r e the professional by professionals.
We gne TIC to your m i s & your
home In your absence. Fully Insured.
Vet recommendod. Vet tail service
avertable.
365
Household Pets
SIAMESE KITTENS, blue point &
Ham* par*. S75. (4191M8-J901.
Household
Goods
MOVING SALE: Wa*her and dryer,
slove and lalfgeraiof. aimngroo'n
sot. microwave, more. Sut.. Sun. by
oppr. KM-44B2 or 871-4224,
SOFA, t2" smocked curved Dach. 2
cushioned. !Dfe*«l) Eicellent
coodtbn. Sealoam green. Si2500.
777-7049.
tO-h SEMCB CITIZEN DISCOUNT
C.I'tH'l * Fu'ti'
; i i " [ J * Wai Fii
W.lH W.11h'"f|
937-6482-AVON
1-80O-762-9K1-TOUffiEE
Limit 1 coupon per customer
Learner & Vinyl
UPHOLSTERY
CLEANING
to tinn d Maw Craffsmw Eifl
• Commercial/Offices
• Residential
• New Construction
• Personalized Service
• Bonded and Insured
» Free Estimates
• Alt Work Guaranteed
TOPS SHOP 3o5-7445|
The
Premier
RpsidcntiaJ
Cleaning Sflrvico
PLUMBING, Inc.
RESlDEnTlAL & COMMERCIAL
HEW • REMODEL • REPAIR
I State Certified Backflow Inspector
9334969
Autos For Sale
1954 FORD. 2dr. custom sedan.
Oriernal 339 O.H.V.. V-8 (compwel>
pro'osaionajiy rebuilt, not yet
iratallea.) FORO-O-MATIC, very
•ocxt cwWHion. 53500 negobabto.
(419)066-4775.
1980 MEHCEOCS 300 CO Sun root.
Florida car. excellent condition.
S4.000 or beat otter. 693-557"
79 LINCOLN TOWN COUPE, i door. V-8. PS. PB. PW. power seats.
leathor Interior, new txos. eihaust,
fxJv QOCO, runf we». 84.000 Mies.
S700 or omt oiler. 933-819?
U ESCORT Ql_ Am-Fm casene. air.
S-speed. p». pa. mini condition.
90 OODGE GRAND CARAVAN SE.
Air, t i l l , ciulse. high mileage,
e>cellont.S7.105.
D33-7J3I
Bob Weddl - Owner
WEST SHORE
etc
EASE,
INC.
327-6346
' Thorough
CoRsIslant Quality
Professional
' Berried & Insured
, 1-0OO-552-5692
OTHERS SEND YOU A
CLEANING TEAM-WE
SEND YOU SERVICE!
933-2066
Interior/Exterior Painting
Wallpaper Hanging
- FREE ESTIMATES Russ Harkins
949-6075
• Amur Stooe Bratwilk 4 - 7toirrfffVx*™g Bootooe •
•Found Kanfcrad Coootte fotttwal •
• lile Frod Etonlico
•Pranpai Coocrdc
•Staintobe L i b »Dedj •
Office
933-8197
A
RICK'S TREE SERVICE
SERVING LORAINANO CUYAHOGA COUNTIES
FOR OVER 16 YEARS
TREE & STUMP REMOVAL
• TRIMMING
• LOT CLEARING
• ROOT FEEDING
FULLY INSURED
TRANSPORTATION
390
2* ItOfR-
Inland Marine Construction
HOUSEWORK
892-9122
933-8959
Blanchard's
PAINTING & WALLPAPERING
933-4150
Exterior
Interior
/RliDINGER
INCOME TAX SERVICE
FEDEB*-JT- STATE - CITY
(Serving Avon Lake and Surrounding
Communities For Over 20 Years)
9 3 3-885 7
CONSTRUCTION
HOME REMODELING
ROB Sf-HNAUTCR
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
933-9495
EMISSION TEST
MAJOR ANO MNOR REPAIRS
USED CARS
•87 CAVALIER STATION WAGON
12999
V '85 GRAND AM S199S
'-"" •B8CAVAUER»9»5
•8SNOVAJ1WS
Drad Smith >
RoofinqCo.
MAC'S AUTO CARE
4Bt8 UL-« Rd..Shell. Lake
949-^286
Furnishings
335
933-5976
il31Bene«S2
VEHICLES UNDER S200! Cars auctioned By IRS. DEA. FBI ratio"wjo.
Trucks, boats, molofhomes.
computers, and more! Call toll tree*
l-flQ0^36-e8678«t.A-1560.
834-6036
FPINOE LEATHER JACKETS.Ono
VEHICLES UNDER SlOOt CAHS
mens M M 3S ona womerts stzo a. AUCTIONED BY IRS. DEA. FBI.
S20. each.
GSA
DOD NATIONWIDE.
Womons Lambs wool fw lackpl uio TRUCKS. DOATS. MO1ORHOMES.
COMPUTEHS. AND MOREI CALL
S. SM. Call 949-2203 after Epm. '
TOLL FREE' 1(900) 955-33^7. EXT,
- M-I209
LARGE FANOACK
WICKER CHAIR.
CALLM9-2203
AFTER 0PM.
CLEAN & SHINE
FLOOR CARE
WATERB€S Be^'KUl Otach lucr»jat«** -""5 " « waietoed. 75%
CUSTOM WE00INO DRESSES TO
ORDER. Srtdai parto*. head Ptocw.
Prom Dresses, Firs! Communion
Dresses and Head P M O M and
Smocked Christening Gowns. CAIL
ANN
330
- flvon lake
Hu* Thnj March 19. VJ*M
Noi Valid *iin an ( om»f w c a
Minimum aftc iJiitiu"! 125
Special Events
HOME A QARDEN SHOW. March
5m. I-X Cenler. SI .00 off account
coupons available at your local
f<ra\t. Ocnl m.is i).
310
ROBERT J. OLE,—
405 Campers a Vans
19WCH6V. Cll^M
400
Boats & Motors
24' FLVOniDGE. New motor, intwor
and exterior Rendy to fish. Gown
Rumors. P-boa»dS. Lcran. 2-1isft
linrjers. Sa.5OO 94 &-8808
430
Trucks For Sale
THE CITY OF FAIRVIEW PAHK
OHIO WILL DE TAKING SEALED
D1DS ON AN OBSOLETE FIRE
TRUCK DESCRIBED 1ELOW:
1
We Now Do
Home
Improvements
INC '
* Ifrvkrii S|irlji|{ S ] H
• Windows
• Painting
FREE
Estimates
• Carpentry
• Siding
835-3377
Gutters
Masonry
CALL 24 HRS.
A DAY
* fual Svnkc
• Kt-pulr on All M j h
Wcitlufci
835-4O83
OUAtlTY
WELDING
ALL TYPES OFHBLI-ARC
• Aluminum • Pipe • Stainless • Cast
Minor Fabrication
No lob To Small
CHRIS BRITTON
937-6067
Personal lifestyle planning'for
your outdoor living areas..
DMtpt «nd ImUHttMn el
T I « M , Vwub* and
1955 AMERICAN LA FRANCE
PUMPER MODEL * 1 2 H SERIAL
19389.
WHIRLPOOL OAS RANGE, 2
yrsok), S200. Dmingioom sat w i n
bullet & cfiina cabinet. St.OOO.
Vehicle may bo seen in me fenced in
779-2554.
,.
rear yard area ol the FV City Hall
complon nl 20777 Loraln Rd. between Ihe hours ol 8-4pm. Mon. thru
Miscellaneous
345
Fit.
For Sale
Sealed bids aro lo be returned lo
Carmine ai City Hall no later
49" OB BIO 8CRIEN S400. 7 H.P. Helen
t2 noon on Thurs., Fob.]?,
Powo, Wairw. « W r e i J » f t B * ihan
1994. 80s win be opened ai 12 ncan
in yvm condition. Call 933-4978
on F«.. Feb.18,1994. B«ls must conA.RE. truck ««lor Uti. b - & « t w lam currunt addiass A phone number
Kont windows. Dark;t£». $550.0TJ. ol the Udder.
cull after 6p.m.. 92S-2W9.
Amount bid is to puid to Ihe Cily pi F v
BAHAMA c n t n t l t 5 days* rwoMs. Pit. tn lull no later Ihan Mon., Feb 21.
Underoookedl Musi Selli S249/ 1994. Vehicle is to be removed 'mm
CoSptB. UmitDd Ttckets 407) 767- City proporly no later triiin Fti
SrEXT 3041 Mon-Sai9am-I0otri Feb 25.1994.
GARAGEDOORS
*0PERATORS
Residential & Commercial
Service All M a k e s *
Models
Furnace Repairs
Furnace Installations
Humidifier ft Air Cleaner
Service & Installation
24 Hr. Emergency Service
ind Debl Mitchell. O«nir»
934-4400
and Timbw W « a
WMrdMm
-
8/1 H^fl.
m
••>T*T;
RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL
Tree Service
SNOW REMOVAL
FAIRWEATHER ROOFING
INTERIOR
PAINTING
Q
Cloanlng-PainHng
•
• Rosldontial-CofrvnOfCiaMnauslrtal •
• Ovr Ooanino Product* are EnviforvnontaLV
5a)o and NorvToxlc •
• Fuiy fcTjurod • FREE ESTIMATES •
• 10% Discount Icr SonJon •
BUILO U
n00« MA
OR TOLL FREE
CALL
1J3-M17
I 933-5590 or 252-5039
FREE ESTIMATES
PHONE: 934-4716
rflMFORTHOFER^
Builder-Contractor, Inc.
•NEW HOMES
• AddlUons-Garagcs
• Remodeling-Repairs
• Kitchens
• Decks
• Doors-WbidC(W3
LICENSED
BONDED
Sales • Service • Installation
Custom Sheet Metal
FREE Estimates
,„». w ,,
M> lB«UKir
937-6430
"If It's Made Of WOOD...\
We Can Do 1L"
THE
—ICROWJ
AVON LAKE
- 4 C U S T 0 U CLOSETS
SNURRS
Th«? BIGGER little Store With More
HARDWARE
FINANCING AVAILABLE
S Home A Garden Center
- ALSO VINYL & ALUMINUM SIDING FREE ESTIMATES 233-6450
949-6296
WOODWORKING
:
1-800-B75-SNUR
CO.
933-3676
UlcRCfhepRoh/
Sun. 10-2
Mon.-Fri. 8-7
5254 EAST LAKE ROAD
Corn*/ A6be & Laha Roads
SHEFFIELD LAKE. OHIO 44054
Sat. 9-5
933-449?
Free.'
I Estimates
934-61
3O
24-HOUR SERVICE
933-3514
KRUMWIEDE CONSTRUCTION
i«i>< 11:4-4
I HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
— SINCE 1947—.
325-7907
l-«0CM«BfrO7D1?
2 0 0 V J W R D E N - ElYTHA. O H K J
—4KTTCHEN CABKETSPAKTRIES
—JEfnERTAlNMOn- CENTERS I;
Aw CowOaSons wtf Esdoatm
"Your Tottit Remodeling Co. "
Third Generation
,,
Additions • Rooms Finished • Rot>f» • Siding
Major or Minor Repairs
Emergency
Service
Free
Estimates
Installation
J.<B. Indoor Comfort
\ SPECIALIST^
ing & flir Conditioning
(216)933-9450 ...
S«rvlny La rain CaunM
[lOENTJXt. & COMMCRCl
HEATING *t COOUNQ
Shingles . siatB - Hubbor Roonng • Wood Shako
Gutters/Downspouts • TearOKs • Haroofs • Repairs
HANDYMAN SERVICE
SALES • SERVICE
- IIMSXALLATIOM24 HOUR SERVICE > Free Estimates
Cwpwitty • EI«ctricaJ • H O U M Painting • Plumbing - DrywaB
OTIMTOT* rwHUTwe '•
CONTRACTOR
UCBNStO.
BONOCO,
< INSURED
Call JIM
MUZZY
Quality Renovation or Century Homes
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INTERIOR - EXTERIOR WORKERS COMP.
SHOWROOM
949-2623
871-0820
HARTSEL
ELECTRIC
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Easy Roller Punting & Cleaning
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PAINTING, INC.
933-7898
NEMETH
MASONRY
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REMODELING SPECIALISTS
934-6274
937-5750
Distressed by
Pregnancy? Cali
Birthright at 3224652 or 244-4652.
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Since I960 -
CALL: 933-8686
or
621-6332
Lenny's Glass
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Service Company
CALL 949-5442
ANYTIME
Storms-Screens Repaired
KEARNEY
CONSTRUCTION
Neod an upttmra Inlahsd. adding
on • family room or garaga? For
major or minor ropairs. call for a
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WHY DO SO
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FREY
PLUMBING
AND
HEATING, INC.
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"OWNER OPERATED-FREE ESTIMATES
COMPLETE
PLUMBING. HEATING
AND SEWER CLEANING
SERVICE
KO JOB TOO SMALL!
937-5826
• W« are a local
ccnoany prtvaloly owrwd
and oporaled.
• Wo can design a
planr-ed regular
maintoruince program as
nfton M you nood to your
homo « office, '.
* W B can perform an
iV" attonsivq cloon^ng
KATHY'S
EXCAVATING
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5EHVCE SEPTIC TAM* REPAIR I
NFW INSTALLATJQH5
937-~5020
LICENSED & BONDED
GRNERS?
...OWNER SUPERVISES EVERY CLEANED HOME
937-6337 «,
K7
AVON. OHIO
MARK DU021AX, PRESIDENT
FIRST IMPRESSIONS
LAST FOREVER. . .
'Custom Gutter Presents
PVC S«aml«n St»«) Siding*
-SINCE 1953"
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IBO Eamt 10th Strwrt
I^rtiln. OH 44003
inc.
RESIDENTIAL
BUILDING AND REMODELING
24 Hr. Service
INSURED
HYEARS
FXPEJIIENCE
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For Your FREE ESTIMATE Call.
SUE LEUENBERGER
327-4455
service. ev«n w>ndows.
• Wo add afl Iho peisonat
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lhal you would do
yourself.
- We are finished when
you ore taltifrrd . .
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• Kug Dr. Rental
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! 5 i K £ Sal*.
. Pig Roast & Clam Cooker Rental
.5-PhotoCopTec
.Wholesale Foods
Avon's ONLY Family Owned & Operated
Grocery Store Since 1950
37500 COLORADO RD.. AVON. OHIO 44011
.934-5403
THIS AD GOOD THRU
TUES. FEB. 15
OR WHILE
SUPPLIES LAST
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M-F 9-9
SAT. 8-8
SUN. 9-6
MEATS
U.S.DJV. Choice, Beef Chuck Old Fashion
U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Chuc]
Round Bone
Roast
Blade Cut
Chuck Roast.
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Chuck...
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Canned Fruits
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Superior
Beef
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Briskets
Del Monte Regular or Lite
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79 I Bulk
Bacon
Corned
Purchase
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Thick Sliced
Chuck
Steaks
English
Cut Roast
Choice, Beef Chuck Boneless^
Family
.Vb.
Steaks
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.lb.
U.S.D.A. Choh
U.S.DA. Choice, Beef Chock Boneless
79
Boiled
Ham
Beef
Neck
Bones
Fresh
"u.8J)Jt Choice. Beef Chuck Bone««s
Chuck
Roast
Lean Meaty
Braun- ^n
schweiger
lb.
Ib.
With Every S10'Purchase
With Every $5 Purchase
Paper Towels
Coke Products
Coke &
2 liter
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17 oz.
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6/99'
California
Oranges
Idaho
Mix or Match
Royal Premium
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Ice Cream
D'Anjou
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Pears
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Large
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Cauliflower
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Large Stalk Pascal
70c
Pierre's
Ice Cream
Bars
Potatoes
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8oz.g
Mushrooms
Explosive
Popcorn
Bulk
Pecans
DAIRY DEPT.
FROZEN DEFT.
PRODUCE DEPT.
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Smith'stt&
Coffee \,
Cream
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119 Toft's
2% Milk..—
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2/99
1 pint
,6ct.
HUlandale "A" a
Butter
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Pierre's
Crunch Bar?
.6ct.
Hillandale Grade "A*
§199
Butterfinger
Bars
.Oct.
Large
Eggs
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GROCERIES
La Choy Bi-Pack
Oriental
Dinners
River
White
Rice
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, 16 01.
Jiffy
Kraft
Macaroni &
Cheese
109 Pizza
Crust Mix ..
Betty Crocker ;!
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Ratfu
Spaghetti
Sauces
Prince Medium
Pasta
Shells
Mix or Match
JeUo
Gelatin
3«.
30 ««.
Buds
13* «•
Honey Nut
Ckeerios
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KeUogg's
Pop
Tarts
Scot Lad
Tomato
Juice
Tone
Bar
Soap
p.p. si.80
2/4.78 CM.
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